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 Kel o tuna  VOL. IV.   NO. 33.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY,  JULY II, 1912.  Meeting of  City Council  Discuss   Power House Plant  and Friday's Holiday  The council met Monday morning, the Mayor and Aid. Blackwood  Raymer, Sutherland and Copeland  being present.  A letter was read from the Robb  Engineering Co., asking for information respecting the new boiler  which the council had proposed to  install.  The subject thus introduced, Aid.  Sutheiland as chairman of the committee in charge stated that the  latter had decided not to put in a  new boiler this year. There were  several reasons for this decision ;  in the first place, the power house  was at the present time consuming  all the sawdust turned out from the  mill, and the committee had had to  give an order for 2,000 cords of  slabs. Fuel was getting scarce and  expensive, and the next council  would probably have to consider  installing oil engines.  Mayor Jones said  the  engineer  I claimed that the new boiler was  essential, that they could not get  along without it.  Aid. Sutherland said the .present  I boiler capacity was 200 h.p.   This  ! was ample for all  needs,   except  I once a month when the boilers had  I to be cleaned of  scale,  etc.   This  i involved the shutting down of one  I leaving the other hardily sufficient  for heavy loads.   If they  kept  on  adding to the steam  plant,  however,  they   would   have   to   find  means of procuring more fuel.   A  new boiler would cost about $3,000  and if Diessel engines were put in  next year, it would be useless.     If  they could possibly  run  through  the winter without it he thought it  advisable to do so.  Mayor Jones agreed that if the  plant was to be enlarged, it waa  necessary to get the iMest anu best  machinery. In nearly every place  where new plants were being installed, the Diessel engine was  adopted.  Aid. Sutherland mentioned that  Vernon was experiencing the same  difficulty with regard to fuel. 7 hey  had found it difficult to get wood  even at high prices, and had tried  coal but had found it too expensive.  Their council had finally decided  to convert the present boilers into  oil-burners until such time as the  Diessel engines could be installed.  A question was asked as to what  advantage the Diessel engines had  over other types.  Aid. Sutherland answered that it  was an internal combustion engine  and much more economical than  steam, its working efficiency as  compared with the latter being as  44 to 12.  A letter was read from the city  assessor, asking the city to have  assessment notices printed. The  Mayor mentioned that in speaking  with the assessor he had understood that the latter hoped to have  the assessment completed and  ready to submit nt the next meeing.  The assessment on land, he might  say, was about $2,750,000, the  assessment of improvements wns  not yet complete.  The following resolution was  passed : "That the assessment roll  be returned on July 22nd and that  the Court of Revision be held on  August 22nd.  A petition signed by most of the  business men in town was address-  to the council, asking them to declare Friday afternoon a public  holiday instead of Thursday afternoon.  The request did not meet with  much favor with the council. Aid.  Sutherland said he did not see the  object in having the stores closed  on Friday afternoon. Personally  he would like to keep his own  open, and he was surprised that  the other merchants did not aee it  in the same light. Here in Kelowna we had aon.e of the best stores  in the valley, and there was a prospect of considerable business with  so many visitors in town. In fact  he believed that many people from  the smaller places actually took in  these excursions for the purpose of  shopping at the larger stores.  Aid. Copeland said the request  had arisen from the clerks, many  of whom were members of the  Orange Order and anxious to take  part. ^^^^^^^^  Mayor Jones said some of the  business men had objected to  changing the holiday but had been  disposed to agree owing to the  clerks.  Aid. Copeland said he did. not  think there were so many members amongst the retail clerks but  what they could be allowed off  without closing the stores. He  thought if the merchants had decorated their stores, it might have  looked better lo keep them open.  There was also the difficulty of  providing meals for all the visitors.  If the stores were open they would  be sure of getting something.  Aid. Raymer said visitors would  get a much better impression of  the town if the stores were open.  Aid. Sutherland pointed out that  the council could not give the holiday any legal standing. They  could just say it was a holiday, but  it would rest with the people themselves to observe it.  It was finally decided to leave  the matter in the hands of the  mayor who would confer with the  executive of the Retail Merchants  Association.  Aid. Copeland stated that the  Orange Lodge also desired permission lo erect arches on the  streets. I his permission was grant-  d. Some mention was also made  of applications for booth privileges.  A resolution was passed authorizing the Waler & Light Committee  to order another car of wood pipe  for water extensions.  Mr. J. B. Whitehead, proprietor  of ihe Pool Room, waited on the  council respecting his trade license  of $60 per year, at the rate of $6  per table. The license which was  six limes greater than any other  store in town, he considered grossly  unfi   ranging for a meeting of all interested in order to get such matters  settled and also to deride upon anv  resolutions to be submitted to the  convention.  Mr. Geo. C. Rose addressed th  council on behalf of the Aquatic  Association. The council, he said  had always been in the habit of  giving a grant toward the annual  regatta. This year he would like  to ask the council to increase the  grant if possible. Owing to the  fact that the Kelownn band was  dead, they were faced with the necessity of incurring heavy expense  in hiring a special boat to fetch  down the Vernon band for the two  days. This would mean considerably more outlay for music than  previous years. The committee  would have been only too glad if  there had been a local band but as  there was not they had no other  course.  A resolution was proposed that  the grant this year be $100, an increase of $25 over last year.  Aid. Sutherland, however suggested that this increase might be  loo small to make much difference  and the amount was further increased to $150. This was  agreed to.  A plan of subdivision of Block  41, Map 462 was approved.  Mr. C. G. Clement, it was mentioned had requested the council  to ascertain what amount of repairing was necessary to the cement sidewalks constructed last year  as he was anxious to get the bal  ance due him on that account. It  was arranged that the council go  over the Bidewalks Wednesday.  Mayor Jones said that people  had been asking what was going  In be done about cement sidewalks  this year.    He had explained   that  $1.50 Per Annum.  air. He said there was a pop- the council were holding off issu-  ' ' that he was making a I ing debenturea for the purpose  owing to the bad state of the  money market. He was afraid,  however that something would  have to be done, as many of the  old plank sidewalks were getting  very bad.  Aid. Sutherland pointed out that  Loral Improvement debentures did  not sell even so well aa other issues  and they would have to take a low  price for them. If the people, however were willing to pay the extra  the council did not object to going ahead.  Aid. Raymer asked if the council would have any objection to  private individuals say like himself  putting in concrete sidewalks in  front of their own places.  Mayor Jones aaid he did not  think there could be any objection  providing the usual city regulations  as street levels, etc., were complied  with. It would be well he added  for the council to go into the question of putting in cement sidewalks  this year.  Aid. Copeland made mention of  the hay in the park, which was sold  last year for $20. He aaid there  was a large amount of good hay  and it might be as well to invite  applications for it.  Mayor Jones said the city engineer, Mr. Mitchell, was returning  the following day from the coast  and would probably be able to  submit plans of the sewage works  at the next council meeting.  Aid. Raymer was appointed  acting mayor in place of Mayor  Jones who announced that he  would be absent at the coast for  the next week or so.  mar idea that he waa making  mint of money from the billiard  and pool tables, but thia waa quite  erroneous. The return from bil-  iards was only half the return from  tobacco, soft drinks, etc., and when  one considered the amount of floor  space occupied by the tables and  the fact that four fifths nf the Jjght  waa consumed in lhat branch of  the business, there was nothing to  justify such an extraordinary licence as $60 per year. He did not  know why a billiard room ahould  be singled out in such a way.  Probably the idea arose when the  west was more wild and wooly  than now and when billiards and  pool were only a side issue to poker  and other such games, He was  conducting his place in a manner  which was above reproach, and he  did not think the council could find  any fault with it. He asked the  council to give fair consideration  to the matter, as his gross turnover  was much smaller than many other  stores who only paid $10 per year.  The mayor assured Mr. Whitehead that the matter would be  taken up in committee.  Dr. Dickson, local secretary in  charge of the coming Irrigation  Convention attended to report progress of arrangements. He said he  had been actively pursuing the policy of getting all the publicity for  for Kelowna which could be got  out of the Convention, and had  been supplying news items and  paragraphs to Mr, Rankine for  publication in " Western Canada,"  and also to the principal journals  which latter were making large use  of them. " Western Canada " was  also reproducing photographs of  the district, the Board of Trade  having offered to pay for the cuts.  He hnd also been in communication with Mr. Rankin on the mat  ter of housing delegates, and had  been urged to proceed with arrangements at once. So far he had  arranged to billet in private houses  some 30 or 35 of the delegates.  The suggestion had been made to  him that cots might be placed in  the achnnl house, and he would  like the council's opinion on the  idea. The hotels could promise  nothing aa ihey were already full  up.  Mayor Jones said he had had  some experience in billeting delegates and thought there could be  no difficulty in ananging for the  accomodation of 150 to 200  people.  Dr. Dickson reminded the council that they, along with the other  bodies like the A. & T. Association,  the Farmers' Institute etc., had  power to appoint delegates, and  advised that this be done early so  as to avoid appointing the same  delegate twice.   He was also ar- j  Overseas Club Meeting  Mr. Evelyn Wrench, founder  and organizer of the Overseas club,  a rapidly-growing patriotic organization with branches in all parts of  the world, paid Kelowna a visit  last Thursday evening and addressed a meeting in Raymer's Hall.  There was an attendance when the  meeting commenced of about thirty  but this was swelled later to some  seventy people. Mi, Lionel Taylor  was elected to preside and briefly  introduced Mr. Wrench's sister as  the first speaker. Miss Wrench is  accompanying her brother on his  tour of the different branches of  the club, and gave an eloquent  address on the part which women  could and should play in the development of a loftier national spirit,  and higher ideals of citizenship  and imperial unity.  Mr. Wrench sketched the history  of the club from its formation and  in a series of incidents cuiled from  his own experiences in the course  of his organizing travels indicated  the great progress which had been  made. The club had its inception  in a remark of the late Cecil Rhodes  of South African fame, who foreshadowed an organization which  would have for ita object the promotion of a batter underatanding  between the widely-placed unite  of the Britiah Empire.  The objects of the club were  briefly: to help one another to  insist upon the vital necessity to  the Empire of British supremacy  on the sea ; lo urge on every able-  bodied man ihe necessity of being  able to bear arms ; to draw together  in the bond of comradeship the  peoples now living under the folds  of the British flag.  In the course of his remarks Mr.  Wrench said he was not in Kelowna at present to organize a branch.  He recognized that the time of the  year was not favorable to such a  plan, but he hoped in the near  future to see a large and enthusiastic membership here. The  work of the club, he aaid, need  not be confined solely to the social  side of life.  Mayor Jones and the Rev. Thos.  Greene also spoke complimenting  Miss Wrench and her brother  for their eloquent addresses.  Rutland News  From our own correspondent  The " spud" growers of the  bench lands are busy digging their  produce. The yield, size and price  are all very moderate this year.  Several carloads are being shipped  this week.  The Methodist Sundny-school  picnic was held at Scotty Creek on  Thursday last. It was not very  largely attended, especially by the  children. These outings should be  for the amusement and entertainment of the scholars, but few things  of that nature were carried out.  The school officials were also ill-  advised as to the date ; lhat fact  alone debarred several from attend  ing.  Stumpage Returns to Break  Records  Indian Chief Deposed  An order-incouncil has been  passed deposing a monarch. It  does not often liappen that a gov.  eminent is called upon to unseat  such a personage, but it has been  done in this instance and one Bap  tist Logan becomes a common  man.  The, owner of this appellation  was the chief of the Okanagan  Lake band of indians. Chief Logan  became addicted to the intemperate  use of the white man'a fire water  Under the Indian Act an Indian  chief can be deposed for intemperance, incompetence or immorality.  This power is rarely exercised,  but Chief Logan imbibed so freely  that it has been necessary to  depose him for three years, during  which interval he may perhaps  mount the water wagon. The tribe  will elect a temporary chief.  The activity in lumbering this  season and the excellent returns  entered for royalties to the crown  hus raised the hope of the limber  office officials that the total revenue  from stumpage this year will touch  the $500,000 mark. This was the  figure set in Hon. Price Ellison's  budget speech in the last Legislature last March. At the time it  ooked much too sanguine an  estimate to the officials, but ihe  returns so far have raised hopes  that the figure will be touched or  exceeded.  The total returns in the Vancouver office for the month of June  were $34,081, an increase of $1,450  over the corresponding month of  last year. June is not regarded as  a heavy month for logging returns,  and the increase in the remaining  months of the year, when the  returns become much heavier, is  expected lo constitute a record in  timber royalties for the province.  Mr. N. D. McTavish has his  brother staying with him for a short  time.  The Rev. C. B. and Mra. Glass  are staying in Kelowna on a visit  to old friends.  Mr. A. W. K. Mitchell, the city  engineer, returned Tuesday from  the coast accompanied by his  mother who will stay in Kelowna  for a short lime.  By an oversight Messrs. A. W.  Baiber &t Co.'s ad. offering sugar at  the special price of $ 1.50 per 201b.  bag until the end of June waa continued one week in July, During  the week purchasers of sugar were  charged the regular price of $1.75,  and Mr. Barber, fearing that people might accuse him with not living up to his advertisement, has  offered to refund 25c. to all who  paid $1.75 cash for a bag of sugar  during last week.  Second Wrestling Match  Next Thursday  The second wrestling match between chief constable " Bob " Sutherland and Pat Connolly which is  being organized by the Fire Brigade  boys has been fixed for next Thursday, July 18th, and there is no  doubt that local in'erest will be  roused to a high pitch. Both men  are training carefully for the event  which is likely to prove a pretty  close thing.  Some difficulty was expeiienced  by Connolly at first in securing a  place in which to train, and it  seemed as though hard feeling  would be aroused amongst his  supporters owing to a rumor that he was  being hindered in bis training. The rumor  appears to have arisen from the fact that  the Aquatic Association had refused to  allow him to uae their pavilion for the  purpose. Upon investigation it seems that  some of the members of the Aquatic Association who use the pavilion during the  day had raised an objeetion to the room  being used foi such a purpose. Sutherland  having trained there for the last match.  For this reason permission was refused  either to Sutherland or Connolly after the  Brat match waa over..  The prices of admission to the aecond  match have been lowered considerably  and there will no doubt be a full house.  There is a well-defined rumor  abroad this week that the C.N.R.  station   site   has   been   fixed   not  here originally intended, on the  corner opposite the exhibition  ground, but on the Clement subdivision between St. Paul and  Richter streets. The location of  the track has also been moved  further south about a block. It is  expected that confirmation of this  will be forthcoming in the next  few daya.  Orangemen Parade to  Baptist Church  People were aroused from their  beds Sunday night last by the  screech of the fire whistle, and  many hurried down town expecting a conflagration. They did not  see it however. The alarm had  been turned in by some peraon  who had noticed volumes of smoke  coming out of the motor garage on  main street. The smoke, however  was caused in the process of running coal-oil through a motor for FOSTER,  the purpose of cleaning it. '    wife of D. C. Foster, a eon.  Acting on their usual custom, that  of hnving a church parade the Sunday prior to the 12th July, the local  Lodge of Orangemen paraded to  the Baptist church Sunday evening  lasl from the Lodge room in Raymer's Hall.  The procession numbered about  forty, and together with the usual  congregation completely filled th  church. Suitable hymns were sung  and after the choir had rendered  " O, Worship the King," the Rev.  D. J. Welsh, in an exhortive address  said in brief: That the great Order  there represented stood for good  citizenship, which could only be  attained through first, fear of God,  and second, the honoring of the  king, as stated in I Peter, ii. 17.  Signs of love, instilled in human  nature through fear of God, were  displayed on every hand, and the  community as a whole would prosper and the fallen be uplifted just  ao much as people were prepared  to recognize God as head.  Honoring the king did not simply  mean the acknowledging of a great  and good personality, but the recognizing of all his position as ruler of  civics and social power stood for.  Good government and fair laws  were determined by the people  themselves, and the permeating of  the province and empire with an  uplifting influence could only be  done when men were willing to  drop class distinction and recognize one another as brothers.  A collection was taken up on  behalf of the hospital.  Report on  British Columbia  Mining  Ihe annual report of the minister of mines for British Columbia  for the year 1911 has been issued.  It shows (he mineral production  for that year to have been of a  total value of $23,499,072, as compared with $26,377,066 in 1610.  The if port intimates thai the decrease iu total value was due to  the shutting down of coal mines of  East Kootenay for eight months  owing to labor diiputes, otherwise  there would have  be an  increase  to record,  A summary of the figures showing the number of men employed  in several classes of mines follows :  There were eighty mines lhat  shipped ore in 1911 (45 of them  more than 100 Ions each, bul only  33 more than 1,000 tons each), and  there were employed in these a  total of 3,241 men 1,008 above  ani*"' 2,233 below the ground. 1 he  non-shipping mines numbered 67.  of which 46 were idle and 21  working: in the latter 353 men  employed- 151 above and 202  below. Ihe total number employed at metalliferous mines was i, 94  men.  The total quantity of ore mined  in 1911 was 1,770,755 tons, which  compares unfavorably wilh a total  of 2,216,428 tons in 1910; the  cause of the decrease being due to  the Crows Nest coal miners' strike.  The gross output of coal mined  ill 1911 (that is including coal made  into coke), was 2,297,718 toes (of  2,240 pounds) as against 3,139,235  tons in 191 I, and 2,600,046 tons in  1910.  Of the total of $426,000 of pier  gold, $225,000 is Irom Atlin division and $170,000 from Cariboo  and Quesnel divisions of Cariboo  district.  Mr. H. J. S. Revnolds, of the  Bank of Montreal, has been moved  to Vancouver, leaving Sunday last  for the coast. Mr. Reynolds will  be much missed by many friends  in the city, more especially by the  Dramatic Society of which he was  a most energetic secretary. He  was secretary, too, of the Kelowna  Football Club and n scout master  for the local boy scouts.  A wedding which will be much  interest in Kelowna took place in  Glasgow, Scotland, on June 20th,  when Mr. W. A. Shanks, formerly  of Kelowna, was married to Miss  Margaret MacDonald.  Publications of   Department  of Agriculture  Birth  On Monday, July   8th, lo  For a number of yeara there has  been a constant flow ol valuable  information on agriculture in its  several lines going out from the  Department of Agriculture nt Ottawa in the forms of annual repoits.  special repoits, bulletins and circulars. Hundreds of publications  have been issued, considerably  exceeding a million copies a year,  and the stream is constantly enlarging. Until recently each of ihe  several main branches of the  Department sent out their own  publications. An advance step has  lately been taken in the organization of the publications branch  which is charged with the sending  out from one office of all the publications ns issued.  As a guide to the agricultural  public as to what publications may  be procured a full list indicating  the subjects treated has been issued  in pamphlet form to be sent out to  those who apply for it.  The Canadian Northern construction department had no less  than 5,400 men employed on the  last day of June, and there are over  6,000 men on the work at this  date, with the probability that this  number will be largely increased  by the end of the month. The Orchard Citu Record.  Thursday Julq 11  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  Published Wery Thursday al the Office,  Kelowna. B.C.  /0//.V LEATHLEY, Edlto. and Froprietor.  Subscription $1.50 per annum.  To United States $2.00 per annum  Advertising rates upon application.  Will Celebrate the  "Glorious Twelfth"  in Royal Style  Local    Orangemen    Plan   Big  Day for Tomorrow  Kelowna in general and the inein  bers of ihe Loyal Order ol Orangemen in particular will spread them  selves in great shape to-morrow  the " Cjlorions Twelfth " the celebration of which here is to be join  ed in by delegates from all tli��  towns in the valley. Special excursions are being run both up and  down the lake, the "Okanngan  taking the dip frum the south i  the morning at the usual time and  the "Aberdeen " arriving with the  Enderby, Armstrong ami Vernoi  contingent about noon. It is ex  pected that ullogelhei lliete will be  about 1000 visitors in Kelowna lo  morrow quite a large number lo  lake care of and feed. Ample arrangements however are being  made for the latter. Ihe Baplia  church people are erecting a bootl  on Josselyn's vacant lot, anil the  Orange lodge ihemselves will run  a refreshment booth in the pink.  Extensive preparations are bei  made lo welcome   the   visitors  lining    style.       Three     triunipl  arches, decorated with green   foliage, flowers and flags are already  erected, one   near   ihe   Bank   ol  Montreal, one at the whnrl ami the  other on Abbott Street.    The merchants are all decoiating their store  windows.      Ihe   stores,   however,  will be closed, the hall holiday be  ing transferred to Friday for the  occasion.  Music will be provided by the  Vemon and Armstrong bunds and  a arum and life band laised loeallv.  On the arrival of the " Aberdeen ' at noon a procession will  be- formed which will proceed  along ihe main streets, returning  afterwards to the park where? ihe  speeclunaking will lake place. The  address of welcome on behalf of  the city will be delivered by Aid.  Sutherland.  Al 3.30 there is to be n lacrosse  match��� Vernon versus Kelowna in  Boyce's field - and at 5 o'clock n  football match in the park. Given  favorable weather the day should  be a memorable one in ihe history  of the local Orange Lodge,  Over two Inns of chenies were  shipped out by express Wednesday  morning,  Dr, Samuel Forliel, chief of Ihe  Irrigation Investigators, Experi-  mental station Branch, United  Stales Department of Agriculture,  who is lo be one of ihe principal  speakers al the coming inigation  convention, accompanied by I I.W.  Ciunsky, were in town this week  in connection with ihe ndminstra  tion of water matters in British Columbia, having been engoged by  ihe provincial government to investigate this subject. They led'  Wednesday afternoon by auto for  Vernon, Dr. Dickson, the local  Inigation Convention secretary accompanied them.  An almost miraculous escape  from deulh occurred al the sports  on Monday, says the " Penticton  I lei aid." Ihe horses had jusl  started for the mile race when a  man lan across the track light In  front. 1 le was struck on the chest  bv Don E, owned by G. Fuller, c!  Kelowna, and thrown under the  fence. Ihe horse also stumbled  and threw the rider right under  his feet. I le escaped being stepped  on by inches. I he mnn, whose  name was Arthur Dunthorne, wns  knocked unconscious by the shock  but he came lo again in a few  minutes after being attended to bv  Dr. McGregor.  " Old Bill " Miner, ihe aged outlaw serving n term for train robbery  in Georgia, e3caped by filing his  shackles last week and with a companion left the state convict farm.  This is the second time Miner has  escaped from the prison farm in  the last few months. In his flight  he was hampered by an il! comrade, and soon he was re-captured.  Miner, whose real name is supposed to be Anderson, is wanted  in Britiah Columbia on the charge  of train robbery, whence he also  escaped from prison some time  ago.  Important Work on  British Columbia  Mr. G. A. Lewis, representing  Messrs. Sells, Lid., ol Fleel St., London, Eng., who are engaged in the  compilation of a history and standard work of reference on the province of B.C , has been spending a  few days in the cily this week in  the interests ol his firm.  Mr. Lewis informs us that a very  large and complete staff ol journalists nnd photographers are engaged  in the woik, the lull title ol which  is, " B. C, its I listory, People, Commerce, Industries and Resources.  All information is seemed lust hand  by the stall engaged on ihe woik  and nothing will be published wilhout careful verification.  T he provincial government has  supported this publication in a veiv  liberal manner, and have placed in  the hands of ihe compilers every  facility lor its successful issue  [here has been a very large demand for the book in Euiopc and  Canada ; in fuel, orders have came  from all parts ol the world.  The natural resources of the  country will be lully dealt with,  and special information will be  supplied with regard to the many  opportunities existing (or the profitable employment of capital. 1 he  services ol the best expert writers  available in the country have been  seemed (or all special articles ol  the program shown by ihe comprehensive syllabus is carried out, anil  judging from ihe stnndutd shown  in Messts Sells works ou other  pails ol the British Empire, and by  their established reputation, lln-re  is no reason to doubt that ihis will  be done. 1 he publication will bt  ol inestimable value to the prov  ince, which it is generally conceded  has long been in need of an authentic woik ol this description.  Il is the intention of the publishers to devote considerable space  in ihe book to fruit growing and  kindred matters, and several illustrations ol Kelowna and dislnel  will be included.  I he li. C, officers of ihe publication aie in Vancouver under I lie  management of Mr. H. J. I loam.  It is the intention of the publishers lo have the book ready (or distribution early this fall. A special  de luxe edition lor circulation only  to subscribers within the province,  i-i being prepared.  Durlna tlie summer nionilia mothers ol  young i l.iMi.-n should watch lor any unnatural looseness of the bowels. When  (riven prompt attention ut this lime Berioua  troulde  muy   he   avoided.    Chumbt-riuiti s  Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy can  alw:i\s   he   depended  upon.    For  sule  hy  dealers.  DREAMLAND  (Wlierc Everybody Goes)  ANGLICAN  St. Miclittel and All Angel*" Cliurcli.  H��ly out svitifj,., firat    nnii  tliirJ  Sundays in tha  montl. *t 6 a in , aeeund ��nJ fourth Sui.iitya, ��ft��i  Moinini Prayer.  ! tinny on tlie firal and third Sundayi.  M .hulk I'mii i ..I I I   .I'll.ni. ,    l.venitiK   Prayer   at  7:30.  St. Andiew's, Okanauan Mission.  Flflt Sunday in il. ��� month, Holy umunit-n atHa.m.  Matins and Litany,   II n,m,  EveiiMonii r.iU  uid Sunday, Matina ana Holy Cumuniuu al   II.  Evensong 7:30  REV. 11IOS. GREENE, D. A., R��tor.  Rev.    ll.MF.YRJK.AaaiaUi.tPiit.it.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.  MemlnB Services al II s.m.isvantltlrsSrviceBat7i30  D.m.    Sunday School .1 i:30 p.m.  Wa.kly Play.i M.alins on Wednesdays al t  p.m,  Hanvnulin Piesbyterian Church.  Afternoon seivice at J p.m. Sunday School at it p.m.  METHODIST  Keluwtia Methodist Church.  ��..bb���ll, Service at 11 a.m. and 7:111 |in,  Sunday School al 2. Ill o.m,  Mnlwrrk servli. Wednesday������ ��via.  REV  J. W.  DA VINSON, .A., B.D., Pailoi,  BAPTIST  Kelowna Hrtptist Church, lillicc St,  Sabball, Ssrvlcoea! 11 a.m. ami 7:30 p.m.  Sabbat!, School el IU a.m.    All welcome.  Wed . 7.30. Kev. 0. J. Welsh, Pastor.  KELOWNA HOSPITAL  Donations ol vegetables, Iruit, dairy produce, eft's, (owl, etc., will be gratefully  received at the I hispitnl,  "HOSPITAL INSURANCE."  Married and Blnglc men may, lot $IU a  yeur, have the free iibc ol all tho hospital  fai iliiiet, in ease ol sickness o, accident,  infections diseases excepted. The patient  pays his own doctor. I his is better than  sickness insurance furnished by any company. For full particulars opply to G. A.  Fisher, Secretary Kelowna Hospital, Crowley Block.   P. O. Box 129.  An   advt. in   the   " Record"  really costs you   nothing     it  pays for itself.  Up-to-date  Moving Pictures  Programme  Changed  DAILY  Admission:  Adults 20c.       hildren 10c.  Matinees (half-price)  Every Afternoon  At 3 o'clock  Evening  Performance  Al 7.30 ami 9 o'clock.  IMPORTANT  REAL ESTATE AUC1ION  TUESDAY. JULY 'HI,  Al Rnllenbury ��t Williams' Real Estate  Office, Kelowna, al 10.30 a.m.  " lake Glen."    K>l) acres, 7 miles from  Kelowna,   propel ly of   P.  V. Fuslieiy.  Good laud, line water, yoml   house, on  good road. Beautiful lake viow, quarter*  mile lake fronlncje,  l-'i.r particulars see posters.  KYI ll-NHUHY r�� WILLIAMS  Real Eslsle Brokers    j C.STOCKWEI I,  lu l> Auctioneer '  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Residence 'Phone: No. 105  OLD C.P.R. WHARF  I am prepared lo undertake all  kinda ol  Lake Transportation  Well equipped with  Steam   and   Gasoline   Boats.  and also SCOWS  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Cntered fnr  To All Paris ol Ihe l.oke  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (BatvsenPresbylarianeinswEnillsh churches)  Bedding   Plants   For  Sale  Annuals    -        -    25c. per doz.  Hi-Aniiuuls      ���    50c   Perennials- 5c. to 25c.   ���      ���  Am  mm  Pot 'Plants- Ferns  A��n��rssus,Msldenl��lrvflenis,lJe w25. scch  H��-in,i,,,is, Culms, riiinulus. IV esi-h  Unlaws, 20,-. ,-uh Cyclamen, 25c. rail,  I ii-.l, Cut Cu,umbers  Cut Plewers and Tomatoes at Ins and al June  PALMER & R0GERS0N - Box 117  Telephone    .    SB  FOR  SUMMER WEAR  Nothing ia him limn n Necklri for  a Ituly, yf.uiiK 0! old.  I lie luce yoke tliul in an invariable  feature   of   tlie  present (lav dock  calls   fur jntil  nudi   a   dainty  nrck  ornament.   We have ihem In all  tlie neWeil clenignt and our prices  are always RIG! IT,  With every sale    -    Quality  With evtry repair    -    .Satisfaction  or money refunded  We live up to our advla.  W.M. PARKER ftGMtaES  Crowley Block - Box 316 - Bernard Ave.  All repairs absolutely guaranteed  Dr.  MATHISON  will be out of town until  about the middle of August  "Gentlemen; The Emperor!"  used to be the cry of  the usher in days of old  when Napoleon entered the room; but, as Shakespeare says, " Times change and we change with  them," and  to-day the cry is:  LEVITT, The Homeseeker's Friend  Why the change?     Because   the aims   of   people  are   different   now,   and  whereas Napoleon's  idea  was  to  place the   earth   at   his  feet, Levitt's idea  is to place the earth at the feet of others  in Lots, and at LOW Prices  Any property you have for rent, sale, or if you are looking for such  see me and I 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, p-o  :   Crowley Block   :  Office open every evening after supper.  .Box 495.    'Phone 194.  A WORD TO THE LADES  At this particular time in the year  The Preserving Season is now  on and we have in stock  THE FAMOUS  Economy &Gem  Preserving  J  ars  There is no need to say much  about  these Jars,  they  have  their own reputation  We have them in all sizes  Special in Sugar  FOR A FEW DAYS  Granulated  -" i i  - ���;  Sugar  18-pound Sacks  $1.5  A chance of a life-time at this  time of the year  We have everything in Fresh Vegeiables  Fruits of all kinds  CABBAGE,  BEETS,  PEAS,  CUCUMBERS  Lequime Bros. & Co.  TOMATOES  RHUBARB,  CHERRIES'  STRAWBERRIES  Telephone  22 Thursday, July 11  Orchard Gitu Record  MASA.N.I   TOJfOHKOW  1'bttts Wh��o lle.��Jco I'ayi Hit llobts  to > -Hsu Who lll.litd Hia AH  to Help Id the Cause.  The heart of Mexico waa torn with  rtrlfe In 1866. Mountains and arid  /Ulna) hid Uhousuiida ol patriots, Max-  n||ilu and hia ambltloua ooaaort, Em-  iress Ctsarlotte, ruled over an uu-  IvMllug people, by the grace of Louis  llapoltoa'a troopa.  I At Use head of tne patriots was  lea. Juarey, now tbe Idolised hero  Mexico; as aide In hia great  truffle lor Mexican liberty he had  ilaa, Oarjuval, and others. Their  uppllas nan low, auppliea failed:  earth by starvation faced them.  Juares dl��pa.tclu>i Oeu. Carvajal to  fashington with a two-fold mlealon  to get the enforcement of the Mon-  x> doctrine and oauae the expulalon  f French troopa from North America  ud to get financial assistance to  irry on the war of Independence.  In Washington, Geo. Carvajal met  -ua. Lew Wallace. "Who will help  begged Carvajal. "I know the  vii you need, he Uvea In Indlana-  olla, Herman Sturm, a veteran and  fighter of the first class," answered  Ifaltace.  General Sturm wae sent for and  lade the secret agent of the Mex-  tan revolutionary party. He sent  touenuds of soldiers across the Rio  rande; $2,600,000 worth of iiiiiniunion, Bdrely needed by Juarez follow-  I: a man-of-war steamed Into the  alf flying the Mexican patriots' ban-  tr. All that Sturm did for Mexican  dependence.  The rout of Kronen soldiers fol-  iwed speedily enough. Juarez be-  uiie president of the republic; other  ivolutlonary leaders were honored,  ��d enriched. Only Herman 8turm  aa forgotten. The soldier of forme that he waa, be ventured hia  ist cent on the success of tbe patriots  Mra there; at the close of the war,  Ib books showed $3,463,000 expeuded  i-.-Hnlillr.hlni;  liberty In Mexico.  Sturm wu'le'J a while for the newly  I ii I) I! shed  republic to settle Ita account with hi in.   Then he sent lu a  III, and  waited.    For nearly a half  (entiiry he kept sending In  bills ���  hd waited.    In 1889 President Dlas,  Imself wealthy  beyoud computation,  Emitted   that   tlie  account   had   run  (���bout long enough and lhat II ought  b be paid.   A b'll In congress to pay  [he amount with Interest was passed,  jut still no money came.  Herman Sturm had moved to Den-  r, and had turned his attention to  Inlng    There was a better chance  collect  In   thai   business.   Several  ears  arjaln   pasFed   by,  Sturm  died  Il   1906  a   broken-hearted  soldier  of  'ortiine, poor, aged, nnd unthauked for  'Is    Mexican    venture.    Ills    'estate'  c-iialsted of the claim UKalnst Mexico,  "le administrator vulued that at $100.  But It seems that there is u national  jsouscleiire In Mexico, although It  he  Diewhal stiigni'iit. The heirs, Henry  Sturm, son: Mrs. Clara M. Heath,  ghter;    and    iwo   grandchildren,  sve  been   Informed   that  Mexico  Ib  bout  to pay Its debt of the sixties.  With   Interest   It   amounts   to   about  97,000,000, but while the Madero government  Is-wllllna-- to-pay the principal It balks at the interest. M-xleo  'thinks  that  $3.��<'3.(lotl la quite a  lot  of money  lo pay  when no one era  force the pavment, anvhow It's a long  time alnce  Sturm  dug down   In  hia  Jeans and bough! nuns and ammunition for the patriots.  j    "What,   Doris!   You   are   going   to  I refuse young Mr. Mufflngton?    Why,  II am sure he's a model.youna man!"  I "I don't think he'll ever proaper,  juuntle. He ulms too low; he only  [kissed ray hand  when he proposed."  Haughty  "Yes, she has refused me."  The   moody    mnn    shrugged    his  [ shoulders.  "She hiiB spurned my suit. She is  per-roud, per-roud. Also huuglily, .'Hut  I tell you I have seen thai per-roud,  haughty girl on her knees. Aye  grovelling. When? When somebody  dropped a quarter on the floor of Ihe  tramear. She WajL.one of the fifteen  women who sprung for it!"  What Ike Hero Wished  0C��O00OOOOOO<XXX>O0OOOOOOOO  IN THE WOULD 01' SCIENCE   X  Jets May be Lit Cp All Over a  Warehouse by Merely Moving  a Switch.  The bugle sounded, luto the barrack  square  tnaruhed  the  regiment;   then  formed a hollow square, and wa.tiJ. bo<XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX��OOOOOO0  For  It  waa  an  Important occasion. niUTAwrv aia nnuTiara  Pa-Wok  Dolan, a  scarred  and  sun- "lDIAJUt, (US-LIUHTlMt.  brun; warlror, wae to receive BOtne ,   ,,   a ,   i���_ii���������  ,     ��,.,���,,   i:���.  little token of hia country's graUude. A -%'-���-   *PP"����*L *>*. .?���*���   �����  A nolaLle act of bravery had brought  Patrick,, into, tbe 1-lmeligh1  "Men," aaid the officer .oininaud-  Ing, "I am proud to pin this medal ueers of gaa for lighting purposes  on the breast of Patrick Dolan ��� a ���iu be Interested in the very useful  Briton and a hero! And, under a spe- appliance for lighting gaa at a ductal order, I shall place five poundB tanoe by means of an electric Bpark.  to bis credit lu the bank, as some Tha whole apparatua Ib compact and  little reward for bile gallant con- Inexpensive, and may be uaed with  duot." existing fittings and be applied to any  Patrick stepped forward and, aa number of lights, and when once In-  heroes do, looked uncomfortable. Still, stalled costs practically nothing for  there was one request he wanted to upkeep, as there is no permanent  make. bypass-Jet used.   The apparatus con-  "If���K it's all the same to you, slats of a small dry battery which  sorr," he blurted out, "I'd rather ye'd generates a current of four to six  pin the five-pound note on me chlat, volts, and measures about twelve by  and place the medal to me oiidlt at alx by three inches, and is capable  the bank, sorr!"  of serving any number of lights up  to five hundred. To each burner Is  affixed a patent valve-tap which can  ba opened or shut as desired by  means of a switch, and this can be  "What started the riot at the performance of 'Hamlet' last night?"  "Why,  Hamlet held the skull und fixed at any conveulent place In the  said: 'Alas! poor Yorlek.   You are not room, Its connection with the battery  the only deadhead in the house.'" and the  valve-tap  being made  with    ordinary bell-wire.    The switch has  SI.IGHT1.V MISTAKEN two buttons, the first of which, on  Although an ed.'.oi- is expected to being pressed, opens the gas-way, and  know everything, and although his at the same time makes a very hot  store of miscellaneous Information Is spark at the point of the burner which  usually large, y .-I th-.-n: ��ro -ome seta It alight; the second button when  tli'nga ol which be - - >f he Is nu presaed shuts off the gaa. To obviate  nvcrute editor ��� has never hw.,,1. 'he trouble and expense of using ln-  such, evidently, was the ease .vi'h sulated wire li the wiring, the cur-  Ji.-.ies Payu, the werll-kiiewu novelist, rent from the battery is altered b:  when he was ed.tor of C'oruliill' means of a trembler, and Ib trans-  One day an unannounced caller who formed to high tension by passing It  had managed lo evade the porter through a transformer which Is fixed  downstairs opened Hayn'B door, ilia to eaoh valve-tap. The transformer  i air was long and hie clothes wore la made of a core of laminated soft  shabby aud untidy. He had a roll uf lrou surrounded by a short coll of  papers In his hand. Payn, surmising th'ck wire and a long coll of thin  a poet and an epic several UlOUKUld wlre; tna epark-leadfl are of stout  1'nes long, looked up. sparking wirea with Bteutlte In-  "Well, air?" aulators, and the spark emitted is of  "I've brought vou soinetuiiiK about tne 8ame strength aa Is used for  sarcoma and carcinoma." firing explosive mlxtureB for Internal  "We are overcrowded w-i'Uh  poetry  combustion, and cannot miss fire. Tbe  couldut  accept  another  line,  uot ��ho,e apparatus Is neat and compact;  'if It weie by Milton " ,lle vu've an<1 tranaformer, being quits  "Poetry!'   the   caller  flashed.   "Do ��"����U,' do nfot 'h.ow au>' ��PParenl 'n"  yOU know anything about sarcoma and * "t,0D   "'   tn,lr   freBence   oa   tne  carcinoma?" fittings.    'Italian   lovers,  aren't  they?" aa!d ��-.- ii��ih�����i���_ ���# ill. a-.,  Payn, lmpertiirbably. T1", �����"����l��'> �� 'Alr.flai.��  The caller retreated, with a wither-     During   the   paat   few   years   the  ing glance at the editor.    Under the utilisation   of    air-gas    for   lighting,  Mine roof aa the 'Cornhlll' was the heating, and other domestic purposes  office   of   a   medical    and    .surgical has advanced  considerably.    Air-gas,  Journal,  and  It   was  there   that the " may be explained, 1b an Inflammable  caller sought  for the disposal of a mixture  formed   by  the  addition   In  treaUee on those cancerous growths v"ry small proportions of the vapour  with   the   euphonious   names   which, of  a  highly   volatile   Bplrit   such   as  with a layman's Ignorance, Payn aa- Pe,rol  with  the  air.    Several  dlBad-  crlbed to poetry.  vantages of the system have developed  In Its use. the must noteworthy being  "Thai friend of yours never comes th" condensation of moisture In the  around   unless   he  has   an   axe   to  grind," said one politician,  "Worse   than   that,'   'answered   the  other.    "I not only have to turn Uie  pipes, which Impedes the flow of the  gaa   and    produces   a   disconcerting  flicker In the light.   This drawback,  however, has now been overcome by  , , ,        , .      previously pasalng the air lo be usao-  gnudstone. but  1  have  to lend  htm ��,���,���, w���n ���,��� vo,a.lllMd lplr|t ov���  I   ,..     1, V I. ... w  the axe.  "Whatever  Fido?"  la    the  a molsture-abaorblng medium such _-  matter    wltn   -a>c,UIn  0hlorlde.    That  the   system  In the main Is reliable and efficient  "Oh, Isn't it horrid? I gaye him to  u d ���y the ,ncreai|n- e,tabllah-  the aundresa to wash, and she starch-   m,nt ���, ,mall  lrj,ta|,atlous  for the  ed  him."  Encourage Ouurllug  lighting of the houses In small com  munltles from a central point. Worked  on  such a principle, It  enables  the  Ills Order  An Irish lallor who went to Ulua-  gow In search of work had not been  long there when he attended a meeting where a good, but shabbily-dressed, speaker present hlmaclf. Now and  again through the speech the tailor  would cry "Order!" All around were  puzzled to know the roaaou, and at  lasl the apeuker spoke out and aaid:  "What kind of order do you want?"  "An order for a decent ault of  clothes," was Ihe tailor's reply.  A theatre manager �����! Teniesvar,  llungivi-y, has Inaugurated the curious  plan of selling tickets according to  the aitaliire of the purchasers. By  this plan short and meilluin-aized persons are all seated in front of tha  taller members of the audience.  A Novel Meetia of preventing drunkenness haa been devised by the Copenhagen police, who convey any person  found lniuxlcntc.1 Ill the strep* to his  home lu a cab. the fare being charged  to the establishment where the liquor  was served.  Mr. Charles W. Morse, of Boston,  Massachusetts who le convinced that  the earth Is flat, offers a reward of  $1600 ��� which he haa deposited In  a Boston bank ��� to the person who  can prove to his satisfaction that the  earth Is round.  A novel plan ds that of the pastor imal|,lt ���,,.  m01t ������,���,. vlM,fe to  of a MethodlM ohurch In Illinois to iMur,   th,   1Bme   illuminating   and  induce young sweetheartlng couples oUl,r COuvenleucea as are possible to  to do their courting  In   Uie church i.r,��� t0WD9 wltn aI1 .borate coal-  pews,  ostead of repairing elsewhere. ga, gensratlug atatlon, and at a much  He win allow young people to stay irnaner  proporUonate  expenditure,  late, with a big room and piano in ,  part of the church, and a hundred Artificial Snails  pews In which they can sit at their ,.  ��� MtonlBhlng  how  often  ���  ���  e**e'        that one hears of strange and secret  u���u' Th si  utuDv proceaaea  through   what U  virtually  i      ,a i \     ! 7.   .       \ the  vaisrieB  of   that  blind  goddess,  An old lady of sixty-four, who says chanc.,   An ln���anc, ot ,B|B occurre(,  ^ "' iT k'rlenl", ��* ' h" ^! ln "ranee a week or ao ago, when a  woman with the smiling face, would workma��� broulht an action against  like us to print her simple recipe for ���,, ,mpi0Vflr t0 rec0VBr aamagee for a  happiness. I have never known It f|nKer lhat had been mutilated In one  fall, she writes. I have induced ���f ths machines. Then In the examlna-  uiindreds of my friends - young and ,ion tBBt followed the fact came out  old ��� to try It, and It always has that tha factory In question was en-  been a success. If even half your gigta |��� the manufacture of artificial  enormoua number of readers would ,nalla. It appears that the shells are  t��ke It as their motto for 1812 and bought by the firm ln question from  act up to It, they would do more good the dustmen and rag-plck��ra, and,  to our beloved Canada than all the after being cleaned, are filled wltn  politicians who ever sat and wasted "lights" or cats' meat, the soft flesh  time at Ottawa. Here Is my being cut Into corkscrew form to fit  little recipe: 'Happiness? It's the the shell by a skllfully-dealgned  easiest hlng lo tbe world to find. Just maehins. The top Is then sealed with  try  to make someone else happy.'" liquid fat, and the escargot la ready   ��� ��0. tlI cpusumsr. The artificial snails  HEROIC WOMANHOOD have a ready sale In Paris and other  Bravery In the face of the elements French   towns,   and   are   presumably  Is  not   usually   placed   ln   the   long sold   as   the   gsnulne   article.    One  lusts of womanly virtues, yet some of wonders   what   the  opinion  of many  the  most  famoua  heroes  have  been epicures or this delicacy la now that  women.    Ida Lewis, the only woraau they have dlacovsred the method by  who has ever been an official light- whioh their favourite dish is soms-  house keeper ou the American coasts, times manufactured.  died recently at Newport, K. I.   Shs ~  had passed practically ber whole life Artificial Resuscitation  at her poet of honor, and eighteen The resuecltaUon of a drowning  souls have bean Indebted to her for person by means of artificial breath-  life. Many thrilling stories of hair- Ing Is not only a laborious uuder-  breadth escapes aud daring rescues taking ,but ths motions must be coram told of this woman, aud she re- rsctly sxaouted or the attempt will  calved medals, plate, Insignia of prove unsuctessful. A Swedish phy-  vsrloua aoolstles and purses of money slclan has constructed an exception-  Ill recogi Ittou of her ability and ally simple and effective apparatue,  courage. In 11107 she celebrated her whioh lightens the task materially  golden anniversary as keeper of the and adds Immensely to Uie chances of  lighthouse, and Andrsw Carnegie gavs success. It consists of a short board  her a pension of $80 a month. Ths on whioh ths pstlsnt Is placed, two  name of Ida Lewis will be written levers to whtob the arme are fasten-  beside that or Grace Darling In ths ed, attached to the board, and a wlds  annals of eMectlve heroism. halt or girdle fastened to ths levers  s snd passing over the patient's breast.  at  last,  and  by  10 o'clock   tbe  two Woen the lavsra are pushed backward,  MolleTs died while perrormlng a  part In one or IiIbowii plays. The  Archbishop of Paris would not ullo'.v  his body to be Inhumed In conseeruteil  (rround. Therefore the king seal for  the archbishop anil expostulated with  hlni, bul he was ohstinaie anil would  not willingly comply wilh his majesty's request. 'Hie klug doalreil lo  know how many reel deep Die holy  ground reached, The bishop replied,  "About eight." ."Well," replied the  k!ng. "1 rind theie Is no getting over  your scruples; let his grave be dug  ei-.ln feel; that Is four feot below  ���agji fc.-_.:nil��,ji ground."  tha arms follow and ths chest Ib In  listed; and when ths levers are pushed forward and down the girdle  preeeee the air out ot the lunge.  truaut Chinese returned. They had  seen Atayals, but were terribly frightened when they learned what had happened.  "The  Buperlntendeut  returned  the "~  next dav    He, too ,wus considerably "��� nirtaluw In Porto Hleo,  alarmed', and Bent the Chinese orr to Annul the varloue dlecovsrles made  ihe  village ror a detachment or dls- "T men of science In their luuumer-  trlrt   guanis.    Had   I  been  h!a  own M* ���f,0I*�� ���? msasurs and map the  brother,    this    Japanese    gentleman �����">   *�����   ">���   '���������'  possible  error  could nol have taken belter care or ��'��� ��"f- wn����� ">��� direction or a  me. or expressed more aympaihy tor pumb line Is not vertical.   Irregular-  the loas or my eyebrow."      - '"������ ��f density  ln   the orust of tbe    globe may produce this phenomenon.  A rsmarkable  Instance In  point was  found In  ths  Island  of  Porto  Hleo,  Would Kind Tliiin I ���clal  al ak! 1. aa SB    al as ea)     ak a  A farmer was the oilier day paid   _,h#M ,,,. aevlat|0n from .������ v.rllca|  la so great that, In mapping the  Island, the northern and southern  coast lines, ns shown In the older  maps, had ench to be moved Inward  talf s mile.  for the first Uine in his life by cheque.  "What's this?" lie said.  "Why,  brass  for  the  beats,"  salrl  Uie cattle-dealer. .   __,  Announcement  fl This advertisement is addressed to the citizens of Kelowna  which City you have built to her present status with less  than 6 per cent, of her available acres in bearing orchard  and without a railroad. You have seen tons of fruit and  produce rot for lack of transportation���have paid ��xhor-  bitant freight rates���yet prospered.  <I Kelowna has captured the cream of the prizes where-  ever exhibited, and drawn the attention of the world to  the most productive fruit land in Canada and to an unexcelled climate.  fl You have compelled two or three great railway systems  to give you transportation, and have laid the foundation  for one of the most important cities of British Columbia,  and British Columbia is the great seaport Province of the  West���twice the size of England and more than twice  the area of Japan, which supports a population of forty-  nine million. Millions must and will come, and Kelowna  will keep on   growing.  Because of these facts a conservative firm  have  undertaken the sale of  LAKEVIEW  on Bernard Avenue East, overlooking the Lake and City  and offers first choice to the citizens of Kelowna. The  reasons for Lakeview are good and follow the natural laws  of good drainage, dry basements, pure air, etc. Lakeview  possesses all these and in addition a magnificent view.  Choice residential districts seek HIGH   GROUND  Less than 120 lots averaging about a-quarter  of an acre and at an average price of  $350.00  E  asy  T  erms  Eventually you will live in Lakeview and the price is cheaper  now.    Buy a homesite in Lakeview at acreage prices and  reap the benefit of steady growth and increasing values.  See Mr. White at the Office of Harvey &  Duggan or evenings at Palace Hotel.  Western Dominion Land & Investment Co., Ltd.  with which is incorporated  Bevan, Son & Elliot,  VICTORIA  B.C.  (A quarter of an acre is 52 ft. by 208 ft.)  am���  asassaSaaaSaui The Orchard City Record.  Thundai), Julu il  i it   r i  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  LIMITED.  FOR SHLE   SPLENDID  TEN - ACRE BLOCK  FRONTING ON  Pendozi and Richter Streets  Thisbloclt cannot be excelled for uub-dinision purposes  In a aub-dioision of this block encni lot would be a  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING SITE  No grading or filling required. No sloughs.  City water aoailable oia Pendozi Street  The Company's terms are reasonable and inoestors  in real estate will find it worth 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.  SUMMER SPRAY  N1CO SOAP  Thr; King of all Insecticides.  Kills instantly:   Green and  Black Aphis, American Blight,  Caterpillars,  Moths, and Scales  of all kinds.    All ready for use.  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Coal!   Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard - $17.50 per ton  Nicola Coal (Lump) - $10.60 per ton  Wellington     -     -     -   $13.00 per ton  W. HAUG    -    KELOWNA, B.C.    -    �����#-  Just About Now is the Right Time  It) call in amJ renew your subscription to the " Record."  j; Town and Country  Mr. G. H. E. Hudson returned  Thursday last from his visit to the  Old Country.  Mr. Bernard Lequime waa a  visitor in town during the last few  clays.  Misaes A. and M. Hunter returned home from Armstrong last week  where they have been teaching  school.  Mr. Thos. Hidson, formerly constable at Kelowna, has been spending a holiday visiting friends here,  Mr. E. England is arranging a  dance to take place to-morrow  evening in Rowcliffe's new packing house near the tracks.  Frank Burns," one armed champion of the world," gave an exhibition at the pool room Salurday,  Mr. W. D. McDonald of ihe  public school went down lo Victoria Sunday. He is to take a  course there in cadet training.  Miss Winifred Herdman, who  haa been attending the High School  here, left this week for New Brunswick. She will be joined en route  by her mo'her and brother.  The right hand of fellowship was  extended to ten new members in  the Baptist church last Sunday  morning.  The Annual Kelowna Regatta  organized by the Aquatic Association, haa been fixed tor Wednesday and Thnrsdav, August 7th and  8h.  The Rev. D. J. Welsh who returned Irom (he coast last week  left for Penticton Monday, together  with Mr. H. McEwen and Mr. Bird  who will act as delegates there at  at the induction ol the Rev. C.  Brillen, ihe new Baptist paator.  The annual picnic ol the Methodist church Sunday school will  take place next Wednesday afternoon when a trip will be taken  down the lake to the beautiful residence ol Mr. J. R. Campbell.  Mayor Jones and family went to  the coast Tuesday morning for an  extended visit.  Mr. A. W. Bowser motored to  Wallachin Tuesday on a trip extending over three or four days.  Several local tennis players went  up to Vernon Tuesday to take part  in the tournament which is in progress there.  Messrs. Rowcliffe Bros, are having a new (ruit packing house buill  by the car tracks opposite the new  cannery. The building is to be  about 30 feet by 60 feet which with  platform will give a floor space of  about 500 square feet. E. England  is the contractor.  Mr. J. M. Robinson of Naramata  has kindly placed his house boat  at the disposal of the local committee who are looking after the  accomodation of delegates to the  Irrigation convention, August 13th  lo 16th.  At the request of the Orange  Lodge ihe friends of the Baptist  church w ill supply both dinners  and suppers to-morrow on account  of lack of accomodation at the  hotels. The lodge estimates that  the visitors to Kelowna will exceed  1,000. A booth being erected  next lo the furniture.  Mias Freda Walt is spending a  few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.  S. Hall, of Glenn Ave. and also her  brother, Mr. G. M. Watt of Okanagan Centre. Misa Walt has been  attending the Bishop Stracham  School al Toronto for the past year,  and in now on her way home, her  parents residing in Victoria. Al  the close ol the term Miss Watl  waa auccessful in passing with first  class honors the Toronto University senior examination in music  (pianoforte), and carried away the  special prize given by her muaic  teacher, Mr. Harrison.  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  C. Harvey, BA, Sc��� C.E, D.LS., B.CL,S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phona 147. P.O. Bos Ul  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  ****^i***��*rV��i***'^^S*o*.<*S***^^  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  V. O. Ban its 'faces II  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  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 k BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  IV. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENClNEER  Am... Mara. Caa. Sac. C. E       Gradual. Toronto  Ualvsraltr  Watorwata. and S.w.iaae Syst.ms. Pumsnns and  Uslilias PlsnU, ConarM. Construction, ale.  KELOWNA, :>. B.C.  Mr. B. 0. MEYRICK  Receives PtipiU M hit Studio in the MORRISON  BLOCK for Lc.ir.TiB in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  3 yenxt previoui eiperience    Will play far duicei  Addrt.. Box 257, Kelowna, B.C.  Buy it now. Chamberlain'e Colic, Cholera and Diarrlicra Remedy \% almott certain lo be needed before tbe lummer it  over. Buy it now and be prepared for  ���ucb an emergency. For sale by all dealers.  SUMMER JEWELRY  Our New Goods are coming in  daily. Among the lateat to arrive  are:���  Rat Pitt from SOc. upward  Dutch Collar PiiuSoc. to ll.So  Waist Pins from 25c. to 2.5e pr  Black and Pearl Beads  From Soe. to $10  J. B. KNOWLES  Jawsler      .   ���      KELOWNA, B.C.  PIANOFORTE  MK.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  EsfaiUak,.., Royal Colin, ol  Mask, sad I.  wltr, Kaadjisk Pras, Mas, Doc., OrsanlM ol  Calhadral, MaacnosU,, En. .  RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al tha Studio,  Tl.ncl,   Block,  Mown.  Musis  ol musty doacrisatoa  supplied.  P.O   .��4)7  MATERNITY NURSE  Experienced  CASES TAKEN IN  HOME  Apply Mrs. JARVIS. Ellis Street  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S,  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Cr.Ju.tr McCIII Univarsilr)  Residence I   GLENN   AVENUE  (East  of  Ethel  Street)  Message,   may  ba   left   at   tha  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury 6t Williams  STANLEY H0DK1NS0N,  A.R.C.O.  Associate of ih. Roysl Colteae of Organist., Londi  PROFESSOR OF MUSIC  Subjects i Piano, Organ, Voice Production  and Singing.  Apply Box 168. Kelowna.  JJ.J6  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  All  Kindi  of  Boot a nnd  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea' and Cents' Rubber  Heels  of the Best Make.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  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  Phone 135  KELOWNA  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ona half roils si town, aid e.lee  about loo feat above lha lake, it commands a beautiful view of tha town, lake snd aurrounding oeualry.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  Thar* ia only one GLENMORE. Don'l mias lha ap.  portunity of .electing a few acres ol this desirable  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua ond wa will  ahow you our sub-division  a>   WOODLAWN  ��  Just four blocks from th* centre of ths town.     Price* low.   Tsrni m��y,  monthly payment* if eo desired.  Fire Insurance  Ws represent only ths beat boaid ssi  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  ..   THE  ..  Royal Bank of Canada  HEAD OFFICE    .    Montreal. Quebec.  NEW YORK OFFICE - 65. William St.     LONDON OFFICE (Em) - a,t..slla��..,frsaasa..e.  Capital Paid Up    ���   $6,200,000      Reserves   ���   97,100,000  Total Assets over    -    9109,000.000  -   Bank by Mail   -  Accounts cap be opened and operated b> mail.    Writs foi particular*, ws shall  bs glad to skplsin.  THE  SECRET OF WEALTH  Has in these four Uttera  SAVE  Start  s  Savings    Account    to-day.      Daeo.it _ regularly   and   watch il   grew.  Deposits of  One Dollar and upwards received.  Secure on* of our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES and plat* your  valuables beyond peril or danger of fir*.  Lodged in absolutely fireproof safe.  KELOWNA BRANCH VERNON BRANCH  H. F. REES, Manager W. A. BUTCHART, Mgr.  Branchee snd correspondents throughout ths world,  The Pleasures of a Motor Boat  depend almost entirely on the motor. If your motor ia  a aatiafactory one, doing good service with a minimum  of trouble, then you need not fear getting your money'a  worth out of the healthful pleasure of motor-boating.  Specify th*  Roberts  Motor  in  your  new  boat  This is ths Roberts Motor Co.'s  FIVE YEAR GUARANTEE i  " We guarantee that Roberta Motors will not back-fire.  We guarantee that each and every Roberts Motor ia thoroughly tasted on  a propeller, that it ia in perfect running order sad has developed its lull rated  horse-power before ehipmsnt.  We further guarantee Robert. Motors again.! all dafeete ol malarial ar  workmanship for five years from date of purchase, and will replace any  defective pari upon return ol the pert lo our factory properly narked, freight  or express props id."  See J. R. CAMPBELL  Or call in "Record" office for deecriptive booklets Thursday, July 11  '������II.'!1  Orchard flitu Record  W. R. GLENN & SON  (Successors to Dalglsish & Clean)  July 9th, 1912.  To our Patrone,-  W�� beg to announoe that with the beginning of the present month we have taken  over the entire buainea* of Dalgleish k  Glenn.  It ia neoeaaary for the proper transfer  of the buainesa that all aooounta due to  the old firm ahould be aettled without  delay.  Thanking you for your patronage in the  paBt and soliciting your further favors,  We are,  Yours faithfully,  W. R. GLENN & SON.  Monument to  "Mclntoih Red."  AVMty Jomtlkinf yott  *>aym  f>OaS..,f.  Aee* esraunlym^  you will haw tbouSle tubnUtf  abound in ou\ ��tobe Without fay-  ittf)SeeauMitti fuUofnew^fie^h  fubnttube fob <fw\ home. lut  when you tubn into oub ��tobe you  wi/lnottubn aw<rWWithout luyinf  what you want., Seeaute you'll  Und not only taUy fubnUube &ut  low jpMeei.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Meek* Homes Happy."  i/\sVVVVVS/VV  Phone" 194 P. 0 Boxl 2  Office Cowley Block  EENGLAND  BUILDER  Deeantmg A Qc.assl Muuas Bestir.  General House Repairs will be  apeedily attended to and abao-  lute aatiafaction guaranteed.  Call  si  office  If  In  writetfaH  'phone or  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDftV  Laundry deapatched twice ���  week.  Prompt attention end careful  work.  A ceremony unique in tbe history of fruit growing took place at  Dundela, near Morriaburg, Ontario,  last Saturday. The fanners of  Dundee county, by popular subscription, have placed a marble  stone close to the apot where  standa the original Mcintosh Red  apple tree, that succumbed only  recently after braving the storms  and other enemies for over one  hundred yeara.  About one hundred and fifteen  yean ago, John Mcintosh, who  came to Canada with the United  Empire Loyalists, and aettled in  Matilda township, found a number  of apple treea while clearing a  place for a home One of them  produced fruit of auch superior  color and quality that he named it  the Mcintosh Red. It aoon attracted attention and hia son Allan  propagated from it and commenced  to disseminate the variety. In  recent yeara it haa been widely  circulated, and now ia planted in  all parts of the continent where  apples flourish. In 1896 the old  tree waa partially injured by fire,  but continued to bear on one aide  until1 1908, when it failed for ever.  The Saskatchewan elections are  being held to-day.  The Dominion Government'a  contribution to the Regina cyclone  sufferers will be $30,000.  David Auvache, the aon of the  Rev. Auvache, of Penticton, haa  had hia foot amputated aa the  result of a ahooting accident some  months ago.  The editor of the " Coalmont  Courier " announcea that in future  he will not accept drinka in lieu of  cu'ih for subscriptions to hia paper.  From all indications it is feared  that   the   caterpillar   plague   will  Seatly injure the apple crop of  e province of Quebec, not only  of thia year, but probably of next  year alao.  Penticton is to have a squadron  of Britiah Columbia Horae if enough  recruita can be secured. Three  troopa will be formed in Penticton  and one each at Okanagan Falls  and Kaleden.  Mr. E. G. Warren, general manage! of the Britiah Columbia Copper Co., haa died at Greenwood,  Boundary district, from the effects  of injuries received in an automobile accident there a few days ago.  At a special meeting of the  directors of the Peachland Town-  site Company it waa decided to  change the office of the company  to Summerland. The Peachland  Townaite Con.pany still hold some  300 acres of land, and have yet a  considerable aum due them in  deferred payments. The company  also owns the irrigation aystem of  that district.  A bad automobile accident  occurred last Sunday week to a  party from Vernon who were on  their way to Kamloops. 7 he car  skidded on the wet road and overturned into a slough, pinning one  of the passengers, Geo. Wilson, of  Vernon, againat a tree, killing him  instantly. R. Robinson and Max  Klausmen were badly burned and  poisoned by the fumes from a can  of carbide which fell into the  water. They, however, are recovering. J. Simmons, Wm. Skinner,  and Wm. Leakey, the other passengers, were unhurt.  The boat built for Mr. Mitchell,  of Kelowna, last year by the Summerland Boat Worka, received  eome damage in ihe high wind of  Monday night. Mr, Mitchell has  gone to Scotland for the aummer  and aent the boat down here to be  beached until next apring. The  men who brought her down moor-  eld her cloae to Dr. Smith's boat,  and they became entangled on  Monday Dr. Smith's boat doing  considerable damage to the planking and stern of the Mitchell craft,  ���" Summerland Review."  Dysentery is always acrioua and often s  dangerous disease, but it can bo cured.  Shamberlain'e Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  omedy has cured it even when malignant  and epidemic.   For aale by all dealers.  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER ud CONTRACTOR  Plan and Esiiuate* Fanushed  Reaideaca,   10 Lawrence Ave.  FHONKM  ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE OF  CANADA, HALIFAX, N.S.  The next examination lor ths entry oi  Naval Cadata will ba held al ths exsmins-  tion centre ol the Civil Service Commission  in November, 1912; parents or guardians  of intending candidates should apply lo  the Secretary, Civil Service Commission,  Ottawa, for entry papers belore Ist October  next.  Candidal,, mu,t be between the ages ol  14 and 16 en let October. 1913.  Cadets are trained lor appointment as  Officers in the Naval Service, the courae al  tha College being two years, followed by  one year in a Training Cruiser, after which  Cadets are rated Midshipman.  Further details can be obtained on application to undersigned.  CI. DESBARATS.  Deputy Minister, Daperlmsnt  oi tha Naval Service.  Department of the Naval Service,  Ottawa. May 6th, 1912.  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leaves Kelowaa 9 ��������., 3.30 p.n.  Leaves Weitbaak 9.30 Mb, 4 a.a.  Extra Service on  Wednesday! Ac Saturday*  Leave* Ktlswaa 11 a.<a.  Leave* W.rtbeek 11.30 a.a.  BEAR CREEK SERVICE, FRIDAYS  Lea's. Kelowna 10 a.m., 4.JO p.m.  Leaves Bear Creek 10.30 a.m.. 3 p.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone Ne. 108  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULTIONS  Coal mining righte of tha Dominion in  Manitoba, Saakatchawan and Alberta, tha  Yukon Territory, tha North-weit Territories, and in a portion ol tho Province of  Britiah Columbia, may ba laaaarl for a farm  of twanty-ona yeara at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acraa will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the Uaae muat be made  by the applicant in peraon to the Agent or  Sub-Agent of the dietrictin which the  righta applied for are aituated.  In surveyed territory the land muat be  described by aectiona, or legal aubdiviaioni  of aectiona, and in unaurveyed territory the  tract applied for ahall be ataked out by the  applicant himself.  Each application muat be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  tne righto applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty thall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five cento per ton.  The peraon operating the mine ahall fur.  niah the Agent with aworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, auch returna ahould be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  righto only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  righta may ba 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 ot this  advertisement will not be paid far.  An ad. In the "Record''  ia the hall-mark of a progroeaive  business.     Insist   upon  people  knowing you're there  (L E E. HUHSQM  Landscape end  Portrait  Photographer  Lareail Stuel.ee la ih* lateiisr  Portraits bv appalatasant  tmdtm Street,   ���  lelewue.  �����>*sjs*��ji*W>a*iar^s<Me*t��sVcvs>��^s��^��>a,t^��*^a��t(*%��as*��>(<*>��i��*��j*^  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOV FOR  Cut Flowera  Carnation*  ChiyMUa&emunu  Violet*  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingle*, Siding, Door*, Window*.  Moulding*, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, United  HEWETSON and MANTUE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   ���   ��T5,0O0  MONEY TO LOAN  On First Mortgage*  .Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE.  LIFE. AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  S. T. ELLIOTT  R. A. COPELAND  ELLIOTT &COPELAND  Real Estate and Inaurancr. Broker*  Room 2     -     Crowley Block  We have aome of the  Choicest Residential & Business Blocks  in the City on our lists, and amongst  them some specially good buys. Anyone  wishing   to   invest should see us first.  We are open to list any or all kind* of city or farm property, and  will aell it at list price. There will be no adding to the price without  the content of the owner. Come in and let ua ahow you come of  our beat properties     If you want to make money thi* is your opportunity  2E The Orchard Clttj Record  Thursday, July 11  "My GURNEY  OXFORD  jumped right in  and helped with  my housekeeping n  Dear Edith,  In a general way I have wished you all the  good things I know of, so now I am going to descend  to the practical and give you some sound advice  from the store I have accumulated since I started  housekeeping.  Housekeeping naturally suggests the kitchen  first-its equipment and management, or in other  words, THE RANGE  My range, I you know, is a Curney-Oxford. I  never enjoyed much of a reputation as a cook in my  younger days, so when I thought of being responsible  for three meals a day my heart sank. I imagined  myself battling all day wilh a sulky range, trying  to coax it into a good humour, and covered with  mortification because of late or spoiled meals. But  my dear, my Gurney-Oxford seemed to sympathize  with my inexperience.    From the day it came it  -in | . ���  illiSSii       .j:  I  i i it  ��� ���>,��':t;j  jumped right in and helped. It has become my  good right hand, and I go my way confident that  my Gurney-Oxford will not disappoint me.  It has the cleverest arrangement for regulating  the drafts, well named the Gurney Economizer. One  small lever put up or down does everything. The  fire will stay in all day, hardly burning any coal at  all���then, presto! It is burning brightly, ready to  bake or roast. An arrangement of flues keeps the  oven always properly heated, so that the biscuits  or bread come out light and crisp and brown. Yet,  Edith, as Bob says, I have developed into " aome  cook," and I often tell him he must give at least half  the credit lo our Gurney-Oxford.  You will understand my enthusiasm better after  you have had your Gurney-Oxford a month or so.  Sincerely Yours,  MARY HOUSEWIFE.  D. LECKIE   -   Kelowna  Anything  h the  Printing  Line  Tliere are few jobs that  can not be done, and done  well, on the RECORD  presses, which are especially adapted for the production of all classes of  commercial printing and  illustrated advertising matter.  If you have a job we  can not do we will tell you  nn and perhaps be able to  advise you to your advantage.  Call and see us.  RECORD  JOB  PRINTING  DEPT.  ooooo^ooocc; ioccoooooooooc.3  R   IN THE SCIENTIFIC WORLD   8  OOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtDO  ,r TALKING BV SIN KAYS  Helloijruiili, It la Claimed, Was Oper.  iid'il lu a Rude \Vn> It)' tbe Red  Man  Aires  Ago.  A recent writer on the subject of  talking by sun rays concludes that  the civilised world la probably Indebted to the North American Indian for  the ldeu ot making use of sun rays,  reflected from a looking glass, ub a  means of transmitting messages or  signals.  Science has taken the idea, modified  aud Improved upon It, aud the now  almost perfect means used by all prominent nations to transmit messages  by means of a mirror and sun rays  are but the outgrowth of the Idea ot  the "untutored saiage," who many,  many years ago conceived the idea of  making the flashes of sun rayB from  a small piece of glass held ln the  hand the medium of conveying signals  and messages from point to point.  Some authorities maintain that ths  Idea came from u period us far back  as the time of Alexander, as some  histories record the fact that ha  piloted his fleets by siguals made by  the rays of the sun reflected from  some bright surfuce.  The Indian with his small pleoe of  shining material could send signal  flashes a distance of over twenty-five  miles. Today the civilized world,  with the Idea Improved upon, and  with fine instruments made for the  purpose, is able to transmit long messages over Beveii times as far.    Ths  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  NORTH KELOWNA SCHOOL  SENATOR I'ASUKAIN,  Stmejor uud Engineer, Montreal  Instrument uutal \n cttlleit h heliograph  or mm   writer,  Th* heliograph muy be described au  au Instrument by which raya of light  are rafltjctuil from a highly polished  mirror, mounted on a tripod so au to  throw the resulting flanl. ou uuy de-  hired point within the field of vision.  The rtlgutUa are produced by musing  the reflected rays to uppeur und dli-  uppear or be obBcured, the Intervals  of appearance and obscuration being  varied ln length bo as to produce tha  combinations ot long and short  fltihea,  WlBatiLEHtt TII.K.'ilONY   ON  TRAINS.  A phase ot humuu activity which  has occupied the attention of muny  Inventors Is tbe devlulug of u simple  system for maintaining wireless telegraphic und telephonic communication  with moving trainu. Numerous experiments have been made ln the  United States, Belgium, uud Uermauy,  an well as In Britain; but the  RUcoew hitherto achieved has not  been sufficiently convincing to warrant oommerclal exploitation. .An Inventor tn the Midlands, however, appears to have solved the difficulty,  Judging from the eminently satisfactory results of tests mude. In this  Invention the method lu udopted of  encircling n railway carriage with  two frames of wires for sending and  receiving nifHsuges. Along the side  of the track Ib carried u continuous  wire, similar tu that used for telegraphing purposes, which may be  burled or carried ou low posts, aud  whioh links up with stations and  signal-boxes, as well as with tbe trunk  telephone and telegraph systems of  the country. In the carriage an ordinary telephonic Instrument is Installed, aud the electric OBcitlutlous  aro transmitted or rooelvfld by either  of tho above-mentioned wire frames  carried beneath the coach. The Hyy-  tem Is described an wireless Inductive,  so that tbe pulsation!* produced lu  the Bending wire frame uie reproduced by induction In the wire, running parallel with tbe track, uud vice  rerun for Inward messages.  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed "Ten-  der 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 Kelowna, in the Okanagan Electoral District, B.C.  Plans, specifications, contract, and forms  of tender may be seen on and after the  3rd day of July, 1912, at the offices 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 mutt 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 so, 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 arty tender not necessarily  accepted, rtiS ftf  J. E. GRIFFITH, ��f G  Public Works,Engineer^  Department of Public Worka, ->���*���  ^Victoria, B.C, June 29th, 1912.  33-4  Royal Naval College of Canada,  Halifax, N. S.  The nest examination for the entry of  Naval Cadets will be held at the examination centres of the Civil Service Commission in November 1912; parents or guardians of intending Candidates should apply  to the Secretary, Civil Service Commission, for entry papers before Ist of October next.  Candidate must be between the ages of  14 and 16 on Ist of JANUARY, 1913.  Cadets are trained for appointment as  Officers in the Nsval Service, the course  at the college being three years, followed  by one year in a Training Cruiser, after  which cadets are rated as Midshipmen.  Further dttaila can ba obtained on application to undersigned.  G. J. DESBARATS.  Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.  Deprtment of the Nval Service.  Ottawa, May 6th. 1912. 31-3  DAV1ES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Boat III  ii  Sult-i'iisi'.  A   I'll 'Ulan   Inventor   hus   devised   a  oraft for netting over the water, whioh  is still ho Unlit und compact Unit It  cu, bo folded up mid pucked into a  box no bigger than an ordinary milt  case. Tho case part unfolds and Joins'  together to form tlie niiilii framework  or hull of tho boat, 1 'ilcli lu of Die  oataniaruii order. The I wo clgar-  sliaped flota are made of waterproof  canvas. When packod up they occupy  little apace, aud when in use they are  blown up with a bicycle pump. The  framework Is fastened between them  by moans of ribs and straps, and when  you have fixed a three-Jointed, double-  blufloil paddle together and put u fold-  Ins; seat lu place you are ull rcuily to  est out on your marine travels.  Overcrowded Anl-llllls  A marvel of scientific research hus  been accomplished by Professor  Yerag, who has been Inves'lgutliiK Ihe  Interior condition of nutliHls. Ily dint  of patient observation, Professor  Yemg discovered that un anthill two  feet In height was Inhabited by 98,781)  ants. Other anthills of almost' the  aame site were found to contain 67,000  RB.000 and 48,000 ants respectively.  TheBa observations and the counting  ol ths tin}' Insects occupied two years.  if .. ... ... ���-��.. .���  A Photograph  of the Children  will be a pleasure now and  a delight to you in years to  come. Your absent friends,  too, will appreciate such a  picture.  Bring thr Utile ones down to  GRAY'S STUDIO  ROWCLIFFE  BLOCK  Ji specially Is made of child studies  Open Thurs., Friday & Saturday,  From 10 till 3 Thursday, July 11  The Orchard City Record  BlackLeaf40  \ Concentrated  solution of Nicotine Sulphate  This preparation hat  been used with great success for the destruction of  Green and Black Aphis,  Pear Thrips and Cherry-  Slug.  It can be used in combination with Arsenate of  Lead for any leaf-eating  insects. The addition of  Whale Oil Soap gives the  spray better penetration,  causes it to cover surfaces  more in the form of a film  and lessens the formation  of drops.  jib. tin makes    47 gals, spray  241b       240   ���    ,,  ,1041b     1000   ���    ���  P. I Wits I CO.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna.     B. C.  PHONE 19  Okanagan Centre  (From our own correspondent)  Mr. J. Goldie, manager of the  Rainbow Ranch, left on Monday's  boat for Vernon and Revelstoke,  and may possibly go as far as Calgary before returning.  We are sorry to learn that Mr,  E. B. Gay hat had to go to the hospital in Kelowna to undergo an  operation. We trust that it will be  successful, and that Mr. Gay will  soon be back home again,  A number of fruitgrowers are  busy picking their crops of berries  which have turned out very well  this year. They experience no little difficulty in securing help for  this class of labor, and in several  cases the fruit growers have had to  requistion their neighbors to help  them out.  The rains of the past two weeks  have done a lot of good everywhere  and while in some instances proving a hardship to haymakers it has  held back the too rapid growth of  the fruit on the trees, and also been  a great benefit to crops of wheal  and oats. The roads too are in  splendid shape for travelling these  days. Altogether, we have every  reason to appreciate such delightful weather during the first half of  July.  The annual school meeting for  the district takes place at 10 a.m.  Saturday 13th, inst., notices to this  effect having been posted up in  prominent places by Mr. N. II.  Ctesar, secretary of the Board of  School Trustees. Mr. N. V. Joslyn  is the retiring trustee, and W. Grant  the retiring auditor. A good at'  tendance is requeated of the ratepayers and their wives at this meeting.  If you are a housewife you cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beautiful  by washing dishes, sweeping and doing  housework all day, and crawling inio bed  tired at night. You must gat out into the  open air and sunlight. If you do this every  day snd keep your stomach and bowala  in good order by taking Chamberlain's  Tablets when needed, you ahould become  both healthy and beautiful. For sale by  all dealers.  O.K. 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.  Okanagan Mission  ~4From our own correspondent)  The half-yearly general meeting  of the sports club was held at the  Beilevue Hotel on the evening of  July 3rd, over 20 members attending, Mr. W. Hobson acting as chairman. The treasurer's statement  shows a balance in hand of about  $320, and there were outstanding  liabilities amounting to $30. Mr.  Ouboin having resigned his position aa secretary, some difficulty  whs experienced in finding a new  candidate for the position. Eventually Mr. J. H. Thompson agreed  to be nominated, Mr. Mallam being elected to the committee. After  some discussion over the committee's action with regard to temporary members, il was proposed that  no one who had resided in the  place for two years should be eligible as a temporary member. A  motion that honoiy members  should have no vote at general  meetings was defeated. Mr. Ford-  ham reported that a cricket tour  was being arranged for August,  with matches against Lavington (at  Vernon), Armstrong, Salmon Arm,  Revelstoke, and possibly Vernon.  An endeavor was made to find out  what support waa likely to be forthcoming for the tour, and about 12  names were secured. It was resolved that the committee should  be intrusted with the getting of the  two new tennis courts ready for  use this fall, and a suggestion was  made that by diverting the present  road to the right and across ihe  lower court to join the new road,  the present top court and the two  new ones would be in one piece  of ground, The committee were  empowered to act upon thia suggestion. Votes of thanks were  passed to Mr. Osborne, the resigning secretary, and to Mr. Dodd, for  the use of the room. The meeting  then terminated.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Opening Announcement  A HARNESS SHOP will be opened up  in the premise* next to Dreamland, Water  street, Kelowna, on JULY 23rd. I have  many years' continual practical experience  behind me and confidently as'c you to  give me a trial  Specialty���Repairs  I w'll repair properly and promptly anything made of leather  Items from Ellison  (From ou, own ronrspniid.nl)  The final arrangements for the  Whelan Sunday school picnic have  been completed, and if favorable  weather conditions ensue, a most  enjoyable day is anticipated. The  parly will leave the school house  at 9 a.m. Friday morning, and drive  to Oceola, where they will then go  on board the s.s. "City of Vernon"  and take the trip up Woods Lake  to the " Railroad " where, through  the kindness of Mr. Rayburn, the  party will be able to have lunch on  hia grounds, which are ideal for  picnicing. A trip around the south  end of Long Lake will form part of  the afternoon's entertaincent, and  then the return journey will be  made to OceolaT  Upon the kind invitation of Mrs.  C. H. Geen, a number of youug  people gathered at the home, Pleasant View Farm, on the evening of  Monday last. Games of all kinds  were indulged in, and all too soon  the pleasurable hours sped away,  until the time came for icturning  home again. Praise is indeed due  to the hostess who spared no efforts  to make the evening an enjoyable  one for all, and the memory of so  pleasant a time will long remain  with those who are present.  Canadian   Pacifc Railway  Tim* Table  Shuswap sad Okanagan Branch  Daily train, both ways   to  Okanagan  Landing.  South bound  read down  9.45 (L��.)  10.18  10.33  10.48  11.1}  11.30  12.00  STATIONS  Sicamous Jet.  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armatrong  Larkin  Vernon  North bound  i.ad up  (Ar.) if.4$  17.00  16.44  16.29  16.00  IS.S2  18.15  GEORGE TOMUNSON  Harness Maker ��, KELOWNA  12.1$ (Ai.)      Ok. Landing      (Lv.) 13.00  Extra Round Trip Daily  13.10 (Ar.)       Ok. Landing       (Lv.) \2.X>  Okanagan Staamthip Servlct  Slmr. " Okanagan '' runt daily betwten  Okanagan Landing and Penticton aa  follow*:  South I omul  rend down  13.15 daily  Wed. only  Ok. Landing  Whiteman '��� Creak  North bound  read up  12.15, l.,lv  Mon. and Fri. Ewing'a Landing  Wed. only  13.33 daily  Wed. only  13.10  Wed. only  13.30 daily  13.40 dairy  16.13 daily  17.10 daily  daily  18.30 daily  H. W. BRODIE.  Cn. Paaasatar As.nl,  Sunnywold  Ok. Centre  Wilson's Ldg.  Kelowna  Ok. Mission  Westbank  Cellntly  Peachland  Summerland  Naramala  Penticton  Vancouvar, C.  9.33 daily  Sat. only  7.43 daily  7.35  7.15 daily  6.45 daily  5.55 daily  daily  5.30 daily  CHAS. CLARKE,  Acant.  K.lowas, B.C.  REMEMBER  It will pay you to do business with us. We carry  the highest class of groceries in the city and know  we can save you money on your groceries. Re.  member we have Mayflower and also Brookheld  Creamery Butter, and there is none better. We also  have Swift's Hams and Bacon at a little lower  price than any person  else.  For the  balance of week  we offer  the  following  Specials :  White Swan Soap  Royal Crown Soap  Gold Seal and Eagle Milk -  Corn Flakes���Post Toasties  Seeded Raisins  -  Jelly Powders  - Reg. 25c, bal. week 1 74c  25c,  15c,  tc.  -    ��    15c,  -       -    ���     10c,  Send your Orders Early  ��� 17  10 for $1  ���10 for $1  9for$l  15 for $1  By an error our advertisement offering special prices on Sugar to  end of June was published beyond end of month. Although not  responsible for the mistake we are prepared to stand by it and  will cheerfully refund 25c. to any person who paid $1.75 during the  week spot cash for 20-lb. bag of sugar.  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  MORTGAGES  Agreements Representative for Kelowr.a and District  for sale The Manufacturers Life  Purchased     Insurance   Co.   of   Canada  INSURANCE  Houses for Sale  and Rent.  Residential Lots in  all parts of the city  SNAPS  For Sale, one of the best buys in the Okanagan to-day  114 Acres of Bearing Orchard (good varieties)  good House on property  Crops this year should net $3,000.       Price is $12,600.  Terms:   Half cbbIi, balance $1,000 per year.  34 Acres with frontage on Harvey & DeHart  Avenues.     Good House, Barns, &c.    For sale at snap price.  Reason for selling owner leaving town.     Good till July 12th.  50ft. by 120ft. on Bernard Ave., with Cottage  Renting for $16.50 per month.       Price $3,200, good terms.  80 Acres, about 44 miles from town,  with Buildings.    Best of water records " free at that."  The Price i* $250 per acre.  Here is an opportunity for the buyer to double bis  money within two years.  Good terms.  ROYAL BANK CHAMBERS  KELOWNA, B.C. P. O. BOX 304 The Orchard City Record.  Thur8dat), July 11  Sen#Gi!  We Love The Children  MANY of the shoppers who visit  our store daily are bright little  men nnd women. And they are shrewd buyers, most  of them, in liicn way. 1 liey are always welcome here���  and you may rest assured that every attention will be shown to  nn order forwarded by them just as much as would be given  to yourself. It is a convenient way of gelling groceries in a  hurry and is used by many of your neighbours.  Send the children for some of the following  specials this week:  Big Specials  for Saturday  Post Toasttes, 10c. package,       Rolled Oats, 25c. per sk.  Choice Afternoon Tea Biscuits, assorted kinds, 10c. pkg.  Choice Sweet Cherries, 4 lbs. for 25c.  Come (iarhi  THE STORE OF!  Telephone  Now is llie time to plan yam   trip to tlie  federal Cupital  Central Canada  Exhibition,  Monster Fair <��( the East  to be lielrl jointly with  Dominion  Exhibition  OTTAWA  September 5 to  16,  1912  Dominion Grant of $50,000 and many spec-  iul grants to improve every feature. All  premiums increased 50 per cent. Exhibition Association pays freight on western  exhibits,  Every province sending its best from field  crop competitions.  Uiiilway rates cut  in two  and  Excursions  fiom all points east of Poit Arthur.  Fruit Growers  Hunk over displaying your products at  this great all-Canada Exposition. Special  opportunities for enterprising fruit men.  Profit from Increased prizes.  1 lundred Acres of Grounds  Buildings worth $500,000  Grand Stand S^ats $12  New Educational Features  1 lorse Races and Vaudeville  Kntiies close August 20th.  Do not decide till you write   (or price   list  and programme of attractions.  E. McMAHON, Manager,  26, Spmks Street, OTTAWA.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KRLOWNA.  THE PEOPLE'S STORE  I leailquarters for the Economic;*! Buyer  reserving oeason  again wilh us.  I his ia the season to get busy wilh  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 fruit 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.  ^OOCKJOOOOOOOOOOC^OOOOOOOOg  jj   IN THE SCIENTIFIC WORLD   fi  GOOOOOCOOOOOOCOOOOCOOOOOOO  Ll'KH  OF  INVENTION  The   Longing   to   Introduce   Some-  tUIng New  Afreets nil Classes  und Conditions of .Hen.  The lure of Invention Is one that  Influences all people and spares no  class or condition of men. From the  clergyman iu his study to the convict  In his lonely cell, It exerts Ita attraction, aud both are found enrolled  among the list of patentees, although  not so precisely identified. The  stimulus la not always the hope of  fee or reward, for we find the millionaire as strongly interested as the  very poor. There is something In the  attraction that cannot be resisted.  Someone has said that writing is like  flirting. If you cannot dn it, no one  can teach you to do It, and if you can  do It, no one can keep you from doing  it. 9o it la with Invention; no one  can teach you to do It, and If you have  the divine afflatus, no one can prevent  you from exercising It. This is fortunate; for the Inventor Is subjected  many times to discouraging Influences  ln the first Instance. Have you ever  noticed, however, the pride with  which anyone will display un Invention even of tbe simplest character?  Surely thia is commendable, for we  all admire originality, and Invention  le originality, often of the highest  order, While the lure may be re-  garded apart from the results, wo  cannot help realising what a poor  world this would be except for the  beneficent works of the Inventors of  all times.  WHAT TDK ALCHEMISTS BOI'GHT  A gramme of radium dispenses  energy chiefly in the form of heat at  a rate which is about one hundred  und twenty gramme-calories per  hour; or, to draw a comparison, u  given weight of nullum radiates the  Hume amount of heat-energy In sixty-  five hours as would be given off by  the cumpiete combustion of nn equal  weight of good coal; and, while the  latter would be entirely consumed) the  capacity of the radium for continued  radiation would not he materially  lessened) for its exhaustion would  only be complete after a period of  from seventeen hundred to two thousand years, Thus a minute quantity  of rut! iu in distributed throughout the  earth would cause a rise iu temperature of the surrounding rock, uud  a scientist has expressed his  surprise that, from an Investigation of  the outer layers of the earth's crust,  the internal heat is not even greater  than It la from this cause.  The experiments of Professor Soddy  show that radium is not directly rortn-  ad from uranium, hut that there la  probably an intermediate substance  formod lu the uranium-radium series,  with a long period of life which may  lv ten thousand years, The radium  tu therefore only one Btage of a series  of transformations which we have  been able to Isolate, and it is hard to  resist the conclusion that lu this  series we find to some extent what  the alchemists of old were In search  of, the transmutation of one element  Into another, though all of them bear  u resemblance sufficiently close to  Justify their common relationship to  a distinct group.  Pure Air and Horses  The 'oldest inhabitant" never re-  memiie-rs a time when the street  odour has been less unpleasant than  was tho case in towns during the  recent heat. Iu the pre-motor days  the smell of horse manure waa ut  times quite unbearable, aud we therefore have to thank the motor with  all Ita faults, for this improvement.  Without it the Intense heat we have  lately experienced would have been  much more terrible. Possibly also  there is more oxygen available for  human use now that the euutue ranka  have been so greatly thinned. During  tho 24 hours a man will vitiate about  1760 cubic feet of air to the extent  of 1 per cent. A horse (as, of course,  a motor) will do much more than thlu,  so perhaps It la Just as well he Is  gone or going ��� so far as the streets  art concerned.  First Railroad Signalling  It was uot until the year 184(1 that  tbe preseut system of signalling wus  firwt thought of. t'p to that date ths  pointsman used to havu tu alt In a hut  near the switch for which he was  responsible, and, at a given signal, gut  up und alter It by hand. It Is to  Hi- lazltiHHN of one of these old-time  pointsmen that we have to look for  the present-day system of signalling.  Ho hud to attend to two sets of  switches some distance from each  other, und ln order to save himself  the trouble nnd exertion of walking  to and fro between them he fastened  the levers together by a long pluce of  Wire. A broken iron chair served as  a counter-weight. The wire ran on  Into his hut, aud there he ant nightly  and worked the (wo signals without  setting u foot outside. This went on  for several months, but oue dav the  old signalman was discovered, severely reprimanded, and afterwards promoted.  Queen Ant aud Queen Bee  It is claimed that tbe queen ant has  not had Justice done her by naturalists Aa compared with the famous  queen bee, she Is regarded by Dr. W.  M Wheeler as a far more admirable  ��reature. In fact, they are, In many  Important resp��cta, diametrical opposite!, The queen bee Is, It la pointed out, a degenerate creature, unable  to nourish either lu-rself or nor  young, to visit flowers, to build combs  or to storo them with honey. With  the queen ant quite the reverse Is  true. She Is held to be a perfect  examplar and embodiment of her ape-  oien, and Ihe worker ant suffers from  Incomplete and retarded development.  Tbe queen ant is a very Industrloua  and Intelligent worker, and, in tho  opinion of tho authority mentioned,  (The forms an exceedingly interesting  subject for study, and has not hitherto  been well understood.  If you have Money  to Loan  I can loan it (or you on first mortgages at 8 and 10  per cent.  If you have Property  to Sell  1 would be pleased to list it.  Have you bought in  LAKESIDE yet ?  If not, call in at the office and see plans of this  beautiful subdivision.  F. R. E. DeHART  Sole Agent    -   KELOWNA  The Benefit of Publicity  will be felt nowhere more than n 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 thati>  A Snap on No. 1 Feed Oats- Remaned  Guaranteed 38 lb*, to bushel.  Now is your time to lay in a summer supply at  $31 per ton spot cash at car  Monday & Tuesday, July 15 & 16  Two days only, and only two cars.  The Kelowna Farmers' Exchange, Ld.  ( WANTED! 1  2 Cents per word, nr��t insertion and  1    ent per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  ICE FOR SALE  Apply H. B. Rurich or phone 132,  30-3  WANTED  Mnn   for   general   fnrm   work.     Apply  P.O. Boi  Ml, Kelowna. 31-33  FOR SALE  Young   pedigreed   Berkshire Pigs, two  months old. Apply R. E. Harms, Hawkes-  rlftle Ranch. Mil  WANTED  Matron for Kelowna Hospital. Dutiei  to commence lit August. Appticatata  state age and experience, where graduated  testimonial!, salary expected. Apply G. A.  Fisher, Secy, Kelowna B.C. 32-3  LOST  Strayed from Kelowna Saturday evening  |tme 24ti,, n hny mare with hnggy harness  on and rope around neck, suitable reward  for information or return to H.E.J, Amyot,  Rutland. 32-3  GIRL WANTED  To assist with housework.   No washing.  Apply Mrs. John Leathley, Glenn Ave.  WANTED  Advertiser wishes to purchase small  Farm within easy reach of town, or few  acres of land capable of* development or  would exchange first-class city property.  This is a genuine application and replies  will be treated in strictest confidence.  Prefer dealing with owners diract. Give  location and price. Address Box 37,  " Record " Office, Kelowna. 32-34  WANTED  Good Girl for general housework. Small  family,    Apply K. F. 0*ley. 33-4  FOR SALE  Ten Ions standing   I lay     Buyer  to  cut  and   stack.     Apply at once, C, I���'.. Weeks,  Benvoulin. 33  PRIVATE SALE  of Household  Furuiture at  Mra. W. G.  I licks', Ellis Street, after tha I Ith of July,  ;33-4  FOR SALE  A two-wheeled Trap, nearly naw. Suitable for horse over 14 hands;   also set of  single Harness.     Apply H. G. Tollitt.   33  Auction Sale  at the residence of  Mrs. HANMORE, Harvey Av.  SATURDAY, July 13th  At 2 o'clock p.m,  List of Goods to be sold  I Oak Bedroom Suite (3 pieces); 2 Iron  Bedsteads and Mattresses; I Child's Iron  Cot; 2 Parlor Tables ; 2 Rocking Chairs;  I Morris Chair; I Dining Room Table and  Chair*; 2 Carpet Squares ; I Stair Carpet;  I Couch ; I Sewing Machine; I Horse,  Buggy and Harness; I Washing Machine,  Tubs, Boiler and Wringer; 2 Kitchen  Tables and Chairs ; Linoleum ; 2 Toilet  Sets, Fruit Jars, Brocks, Pots and Pans;  I Coal Heater: ! McClarv Range (6 hole);  Plumber's Fittings.  A. R. DAVY, Auctioneer

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