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 tut:'.  w*n*mm^  aasaasMaassjaaj  !'��� Ml.I  VOL Vff. NO. Ah  -saassasmnisaes-a-aaass  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUl\WlA/i}R��SDAY, SEPTEMBER ^,1915-10 PAGES  sis  $1.50 Per Anaum  City Council  Will Colleet.all Arrears of Unpaid  Light Rates - Dsjothng Motor  Headliihls Illegal        '  .    Th. oounoil held their regular  ing Friday morning laat with a. lull  attendant*.  A r��oorajn��lavion was received from  ��� the Ktiowna   Fir. Brigade regarding  ���' the appointment ol tn. Ore truok driv-  : er. and advising' tho council to   _giv*  tba position to A. E. Naah at' a sal-  i ary of WO per month, irom September  lrt.    This was lu aooordanoe with   a  .; deoision ot a meeting of the Fire Brigade directors. ' ..'���'.'.'-/  ' The Eire Protection committee reported having hsd'-(our applications  {or the position. - Of theee they had  recommended to the Brigade W. N.  Armstrong at ��40 per month as their  firat choice and A. E; Nash at ��60 as  thete second choice. The Brigade hav.  ing decided" upon Mr. Nash, the committee advised tie confirmation by the  council of their choice. It being the  intention of Mr: Naah to reside in ehe  Shepherd block the Brigade had suggested that the oity pay th. telephone  rental for .his residence.. This, however the council did not consent to aa  if waa felt that.Mr. Nash was being  granted a concession in being permitted to sleep away from the fire hall.  The report of the committee was  adopted.  A commtmioation was read from tha  Kelowna Agricultural Association salting the council, to provide fifteen special policemen during the tall fair on  September 28th *nd 29th. This was  referred to the police committee.  'The Agricultural Association also  wrote asking the council to write off  their indebtedness to the city for insurance premium and water rate..  After soma discussion the counoil  -���>'��;i(gM''1*';*1s>^s^'-sW *��* amount W  '&0?yrm^xtad .'in tl*-farm... ot a  \t\mmit%'.  '   t^siw' teesirtd 'fc��m tha  "&V":i*Wii$i^^  of the Aevention to be  -held at CH-fliwack tb tie Jflfd oi Sep-  length the oormcil deoided that it  would bs In the best interests of all  concerned if the ratepayer, knew they  would automatically place tha bill for  their rata, in the small- debts court  for coBeotion tt payment were neglect  sd.  ~ Th. olerk was therefore Instructed to  take action in the oourt to oottsot all  accounts remaining unpaid at the ex  p'ratlon of forty-five days after the  dat. of any biU or account covering  any portion of tuoh ratas. The stand-  ing rule prohibiting the acceptance of  the payment ol a portion ol rates due.  to ramain in forte.  Th. Mayor reported that the Clerk  had prepared anew lea.se for the police offices at a rental of135 per  month and this had two handed to  the owners for signature.  The report of the Chief of Polio* for  the month of August .drew particular  attention, to complaints which he had  "reoeived about the improper use of  powerful headlights or_ searchlights on  motor cars, such lamps belnj so das-  sling and blinding that they were a  nuisance to other users of the roads.  Clause 24 ol the Motor fraffic Regulation Act, it was pointed out, distinctly, stated ,that '.'no motor shall carry  what; is   known   to the trade - as  Spealring of theoonvtattimthe May-  ,- or pointed out that as usual matters  of very great importance to .municipalities would be discus** and he  thought the oounoil should not neglect, to keep, in touch with their pro-  ceedisgs. He believed the oounoil  would be well advised to reoonffder its  decision not to send a delegate this  year. In his opinion arrangements  should be made each year tb enable  at least the city clerk to attend the  convention.  ��� Alderman Sutherland said the only  reason for the action of the Finanoe  Committee in regard to this matter  was their doubt aa to whether the  item of expenditure was one of absolute Moess'ty under present finanoial  conditions.  After some further discussion it, was  decided to pay the cost of .transportation, for one delegate, and the oity  olerk was appointed delegate.  Alderman'Sutherland made a further  suggestion that the delegate be in-  , struoted to propose at the convention  the expediency of MunimpaKt'es being  given the option of railing property for  on*'year's.taxee'only when the taxes  . on such property are in- arrears (or  more than oa* year.  Two, by-laws oonsoKda'ing Oertain of  the Local Improvement by-law* were  given three reading*.  By a resolution the Mayor and City  Clerk were authorised to sign a con-'  tract for supply of 800 cords of wood,  at 12.75 per cord delivered, mode with  Cacoia Ambrogio, and to add that th*  city had an option for an additional  500 oord* at the same prioe.  The la>-ge^mount of water and light  rates in arrears was the subject of a  report by the City Clerk, who submitted a statement to show that on  August 31st there were amounts in  arrears totalling S832. On thi* statement wer* the names of fourteen ratepayers whose total indebtedness  was 8168. He sard that during th*  past year no aotion had been taken in  the small debts court for the ooHee-  tion of outstanding rates, "but all the,  delinquents had been threatened with  such action. In same cases the chief  '( of polioe had been instraoted to o0lleot  -tbe rate* but he had met with very  little suoosn.  After disousriag th. mattes et  Kelewoa io Semi Mmey  tor Patriotic m  Committee is Appointed to Manage  Local Branch'  Oa Monday   evening  last following  for the purpose of forming a  of th* Patriotio Fund.  Mayor Jones, who toes: obtprg* of  the meeting, said he had chosen thi*  opportunity a�� the most favoralna ,(sr  getting a large number of  tereated together. Briefly tut stuteswi  the circumstances attending the. laeep-  tion of the Canadian. Patriotio Fasti,  and its objects, namely to provide re-  Irof .where required to the wives Sad  of soldiers on active" e*r-!  vice, where the regular allowance front  the milKary deparement proved inailij-  quate.  Owing to a mieunderstanding of the  real objects of the Fund, no attenfpt  had -been made in Kelowna to ettab-  lish   ajjranch. the oounoil having un-  Private MM DM  His Bit  llalalalalalalklaTiTill  LIEUT.-GOV. BARNARD WILL  OPEN THE FALL FAIR  Telle of Thrilling Experiences in  the Trenche*  Private Bob   MoCurdy   who has reoently returned wounded from the front  the drill' of the Volunteer feesm;;*) has been in town during the'past week  meeting Was called in the school roonvj and on Monday night after drill gave  eearohlight or . any htternrittent"flash[der'shea to provl*, fc*;aR local cash)..  light." Experiments had been carried  out, the report continued, in order to  ascertain the best mode,of dimming  headlights, and the conclusion had  been arrived at that a satisfactory  tight, whi*e not so dealing and at the  same time sufficient, for driving purposes waa obtained by chalking the  top portion of tho lamp glass. The  hope wa* expressed that owners of  motorcars would assist the police in  this matter as far as possible.  The report also gave six <s tto total  number ol cases appearing before the  magistrate, all drunks, or illegally  supplying drink. Two oersons had  been interdicted, and a total ol #l?.50  collected in fines.  A letter from the'office of the Agent  General for B. C, contained a request  that a supply of good photograph* of  the city and district be sent.,  .The following accounts were passed  for payments  I13S.40  5.75  9M  9.90  9.25  6.00  .fKelowna Courier, printing aad  ���tfttlOMBfy  s    ixiis  ���*'��!�����   n>  Crawfeni* Co.. stationery ...  W. 8. Trench, stationery    P. B. Willfta * Co.. stationery  & chemicals for fire dept. .  Burbank Motor Co. supplies for  fire dept.    Pre. Knox ck Campbell, examining a lunatic    City Park Restaurant, prisons' meals .....'   Jaa. Copoland,  August street  watering    Harry Dillon,  August   street  watering'   G. H. Dunn, petty cash, July  and August i...;   H. Worth,    fees for inspection  of steam boilers       41.75  E. Bonjean, street work  '   26.50  Okanagan Telephone Co., rentals and long distance tolls  D. Colquette, salary    E. Fowler, salary    J. L. Wilson, salary   F. Varney, salary .,.���. ���.  F. Freeman,  salary (.   B. M. Hill, salary*   G. H. Dunn, Salary    F. V. Royle, salary  .'  P.' T. Dunn, salary    R, W. Thomas, salary ".   Albert Gibb, salary    F, Swainson, salary    G. Bahrllie, salary.-,   E. WeadeH, salary    W.  Sabine, salary    A. W. Andrews, salary  '  J. A. Bigger, salary    A. B. Davy, Balary    Wm. Andrews, hauling fuel at  power house    Dr. Keller, rent for August .  H. I. Johnston, rent for Aug.  Jaa. Patterson, Balary    4.60  109.60  110.35  46.21  31.90  135.09  looioo  95.00  80.00  80.00  8500  l-..'.(\ll.  10*1.1(11  90.00  106.00  80.00  80.00  70.00  67.50  90.00  71.50  5.00  126.00  29.25  ���27.60  40.00  rKU<0  A special meeting of the counoil was  held Tuesday, principally for th* purpose of forwarding oertain formal Local Improvement by-laws which were  finally passed.  During the meeting Alderman Copeland informed the oounoil of the proposed visit of the Lieut.-Govemor pf  the province to Kelowna ta open the  fall fair. He asked whether the council would be willing to make a grant  to the association to enable them to  entertain the L'eut.-Governor.  Alderman Copeland waa assured every    support   from   the oounoil, and  This' however had been impossible and  grants from the fund amounting in  J637 . had been reoeived without any  corresponding effort made "to collect  towards its support. .The purpose of  the meeting was to remedy that defect.  It had been suggested, the Mayor  stated, that two representatives from  eaoh of. the local churches be appoint  ed to the committee, so that in that  way all' classes would be reached,, and  the following names had been selected  to plaoe before the meeting: Meesr*.  J. F. Beale and E. M. Cam-there, (An  gKcan); C. Quinn and J. Casorso:,:'  (C'atholio); P. B. Willits and D. ��.  Sutherland, (Presbyterian); W. E. Adams and Dr. Gaddes, (.Methodist); awl:  J. B. Knowles and S. J. Weeks, (Baptist).  On a resolution put to the meeting  this oommittee waa elected, and it sr^'r��xa*n  arranged that thty should meat in the  course of a few days and elect a eom-  mJtfee of investigation to determine  tk* validity of application* for asetst-  and also to appoint corps of  young lady collectors.  btafoV a talk to a mooting in the sohool  'house on his experiences in the trenches, and the memorable fight for the  orchard at Festubcrt, where the Canadian troops distinguished themselves  though at heavy cost. In that oharge  Private MoCurt)}- was hit by la shell  and badly wounded, 'though told  with'becoming .modesty, tha audience  Was thrilled with the story of his  jitruggles after ooming baok io consciousness and totally blind (or the  trine from the effects of the she!*, to  get clear of th? bloody battlefMd.  After a stay in hospital, and'with the  permanent loss of hi*"Tslght eye, Pri-_  vate MoCurdy haa returned lhotne having done bis little bit for the/F.mpire.  > He left Victoria last February With  the 30th Battalion for the old country  and after a brief six weeks training at  Shorncliffe he was sent over, to France  and his company drafted into the 48th  Highlanders which had only 180 men  left out of 1050 at the time he joined  thenl, so badly had they suffered . in  the. fierce fighting them in progress.  With several others he volunteered for  tho machine gun section. He .was  warned that this was little better than  a suicide club, but he would-see soma  good fighting. . Alter only six days  drill he was called- to go somewhere,  he "did not know where, but finally  landed Hip in the rear trenches .under  shell fire from the Germans. _ How he  came to take part: in the famous  xharge and how it turned out far him  was vividly told.  MisCurdy's brother at Keremeos volunteered for active service a few days  after Ais return home and as now   at  The Lieutenant-Governor of  i British Columbia, the Hon. F.  fjjj Barnard, has signified his will-  H bigness to open the Fall Pair.  fl this year on Tuesday after-  H noon, September 38th. Arrange-  H meats are accordingly being  IB made to suitably entertain the  ���'.distinguished visitor during) Ms  stay here.  m  i  a  a  i  [4  Wtlson Landing and  Westside Notes  Indian summer has come.  Several prospective land buyers have  been looking up lako-side properties in  the distriot recently.  On Tuesday last Mrs. E. A. Orchard  of Vernon and her son "Master Christopher .accompanied Mra. John Powell  and her small son on a visit to Mr.  Wilson and Mr. and Mre. G. C. Browse  returning north on Thursday morning,  ���     ���  Lieut. P. A", Atkinson write* cherry  letters from the front. Ht* friends are  glad to hear of his well-being. . Also  of Mr. McNalr, these bang amongst  the very first from this district to join  the colors. We are glad to see a photograph of Mr. Cyril Powell who has  passed through a fisrc* engage*****, In  one of the first line trenche*. Sergt.  P. Ninon and Troopers Somerset, G.  Powell' and Vaughan are at Shorn  cliffe watting to go to the front. Mr.  Arthur Johnston, has recently joined n  oorps of engineers.  The local Nimrodi complain of the  small number ot birds to b* found.  Perhaps if-they organised an owl hunt  they might find more another season.  Judging from the way th* Honed Owl  preys upon th* domestic variety, there  is no wonder at the scarcity of grouse  etc. After many unavailing efforts  and after Mr. Owl had accounted for a  good half ot this year's chicken crop,  on Wednesday morning early he found  his way Into a trap especially prepared for him by Mil* Alice Goodacre.  Th* owl measured over two feet between the wing tips and had test  nearly four inohes between claw*, eyes  like carriage lamps and was a great  ventriloquist. He spares no art that  will make Us prey discover their  whereabouts,   0   Amy.���Jimson   is     i'ie   lightweight  champion of the district.  Fanny .-That so?  I didn't know he  promised, to supply further particulars was * boxer.  st the next nwstiag.  Amy.-Bs Isa'tl   He's * grossr.  Wsd��lsnsu^l#pjrthlMeinlilsn^SlgBitH)  is up on  Charge of Fraud  to Fix  Did you ever take part _iji a real  oUMaahioned "bee"? If you didn't  you have missed one of the genuine  pleasures of life, and one whioh far  from leaving a bad taste in the mouth  alway* remains a pleasant memory. If  yon want to know what a "bee" is  tike get out next Thursday afternoon  with a hoe and a rake, and make a  bee-tine (oucht) for the new pubho  sohool grounds.  Funds are low thi* year and though  ihe trustees are very desirous of levelling and seeding the terrace* around  the school, the oounoil find thehwelvea  unable to put up the oeoeuary tuna's.  So they are going to take off their  coats and get into a pair of overalls,  (Reg. 11.75, now loo.) and have issued a general-invitation to all who  oan to oome and help. There is a big  patch of ground to cover, and fifty-  helpers wfll not be too many. ,So get  there at 1.30 and do your bit.  The seed has been kindly donated by  Messrs. McKenzie tt Co.,   and Mr. S.  Weeks has consented to superintend.  . -O  The big sales announced last, weak  by the Oak Hall, the Morr'ssn Thompson Hardware Co., and the Kelowna  Furniture Co., opened promptly at 9  o'olook yesterday morning according  to ���ohedule, and immediately a big  business was commenced. At the  stroke of nine a crowd of people extending across the sidewalk were waiting outside the door of the Oak Hall  and a few minutes after the doors  were opened the store wa* filled Jrom  and to end with eager buyers, and the  rush continued without .abatement  throughout the day. Some astonishing bargains are being offered and  having been widely advertised the  people flocked from far and* near. The  sain* conditions applied at the Morrison Thompson store and the Kelowna  Furniture Co., and an enormous quantity ot goods were sold during the day.  Th. 'tales are to bo .kopt up for the  next sixteen dnys. They are in charge  of the Franoe Adjustment Co. .  'mm "-0��� ,  The   Trades   Union Congress,  than three million organised SngHsh workmen rejected hy *���  overwhelming vote a resolution calling  upon the parliamentary committee ot  the Labor party to formulate and advocate teams of peaoe satisfactory to  ths washing slaaw*.  Michael Kehoe, a corporal in .the  54th Battalion is at present in the  city lock-up awaiting trial on the serious charge , of obtauvng monoy by  false pretenses.' Kehoe, who was supposed to be on leave from the Vernon  camp has been in Kelowna*since tho  beginning of- the -month " and during  that time has managed to pass quite  a batch'of cheques drawn.upon the  Vernon branoh of the Bank of Montreal. Suspicion was aroused _ when  these began to come baok marked  "no aooount", and the police were notified. In the meantime Kehoe had  left Kelowna and gone down to Summerland and afterwards to Pentioton  where he had played the same game.  On Monday on instructions of Chief  Thomas he was arrested in Penticton  and brought up to Kelowna yesterday.  This morning he was brought up before Magistrate Weddell but remanded  until later in the "da.v in order to  await the arrival of a representative  of. tiie Bank of Montreal from Vernon.  The total' sum of the worthless  cheques reach a considerable sum, his  chief local victims being the three hotel keepers, with whom, he ran up bills  for board.  Had Record Butpet  36,000 Cans of Tomatoes Put  Through in One Day  I. C...S. ISSUES NEW COURSES  That the work oT the International  Correspondence School throughout the  civilized world is progressing well in  the present hard times is well prov.ni  by the steady preparation and teaching 'of new courses of study aB weeks  go by.  During the past, year, while naay  large concerns were passing through  great financial difficulties, the International Correspondence Schools completed a number of new courses, each  of which has filled a positive want  amongst the masses.  A few days ago, local Manager Ralph  Kendall received notioe that a course  in "Chartered Public Accounting" is  now ready, this study of necessity covers the subjects of accounts from many  angles, and takes up cost accounting,  analysis of accounting, auditing, accounting for systems of water supply,  gas and eleotrio corporations, telephone companies, express companies,  Electric railways, steam roads, mining Insurance companies, municipal accounting, bank accounting and many  other subjects that are necessary to a  chartered accountant.  It ir reported, on the very highest  authority, that the ground now actually held by the British extends to  something over' 109, miles, and that  the British army in France amounts  to just a million men. In the ' first  week in August the British had 750,-  000 men at  -the front.     Since    thon  Kitchener's third army" has been  taken aoross ths channel.  The cool weather of the past, tew -  day* had an immediate effect upon, the  hauling ol tomatoes, sad th* trsmim-  dous rush of the, past Week or ��� two  has slacked off somewhat. To say  that the cannery was working at high  pressure is to put it mildly for several  records of out-put have been made and  broken. One day last week over 36,-  000 cans ol tomatoes were put. through  representing two carloads of finished  product, the biggest amount ever  achieved since the cannery was built.  This, huge pack consumed over. 70 tons  of tomatoe*. On the same day over  100 tons were received at the weighing  platform from the growers, and an  average of over 70 tons a day was.  maintained for several days. During  this busy time the outlat for fruit  and labor amounted to over 81,090  per day.  After a brief spell of cooler days the  weather seems to bp warming up again  and there is every reason to hope that  the season will continue for a little  wnile yet.  KELOWNA   WINS    TENNIS MATCH  FKOM MISSION 5 TO 4  Tbo local tennis club defeated the  Mission club at men's doubles, last  Saturday afternoon by 5 Bets to 4.  The match, was played at the Mission  courtB.  . Mission   team.���H. C. Mallam   and  B. H. Stubbs; K. A. Bartholomew and      ,  R. Fordham; K. A. Barneby and ,1, B.  Ford.  Kelowna team.���W. E. Adams and Hi.  A. Willis; H. G. M. Wilson and E. L.  Hopkins; H.��� 0-, M. Gardner and 0. B.  Draper.  '-Mallam and Stubbs beat Adams and  Willis, 8-3, 77-5; Wilson and Hopkins  6-4, 2-6, 6-3; Gardner and Draper,  6-3, 6-2.    '  Bartholomew and Fordham lost' to  Adams and Willis 2���6, 4���6; Wilson  and Hopkins 2-6, 6-4, 4���6; beat  Gardner ano] Draper 6���3, 6���1.  Barneby    and Ford    lost to Adams  and Wijlis 3j-��, J-*o, tT-6;,WiIson and ��;  Hopkins 5���7, 4���6; Gardner and Draper 1-6, 6-2, 1-6.  THE GIRL FROM NOWHERE  The biggest event of. the,theatrical  season in Kelowna, in fact the biggest,  attraction that has ovjr visited the  Okanagan, is F. Stuai'. White's production of "Tho Girl From Nowhere,"  which comes to the Opera House for  one night only, Wednesday, Sept. 22.  Stuart Whyte's productions have  been made famous by the "Versatiles"  but this is the first time he has attempted anything of the magnitude of  his present production in Canada.  "The Girl From Nowhere" is a musical oomedy with it's scenes laid in San,  Francisco during the exposition now  running, and many well known views  of the big fair ara. reproduced in the  lavish settings. .  '  The company is beaded by Miss Zara  Clinton, Billy Oswald and Harry Hoy-  land. In addition to a long cast of  principles, the company boasts the  cleverest, best dressed chorus of pretty  young women ever gathered together  under one management.  Mrs. Steuart of Summerland is visiting Mrs. Peabody this week.  Seen* from the "Versattles" at the Opera Bouse, Wsdaseday, Sept. MM.  ttav.v3*^>-ittaw^^��6.^'^i.<'/��a, I'AGE TWO.  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915  KELOAniNH RECORD  TubliBheH evary Thursday at Kolowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor nnd Proprietor  SVJllNCRII-TlON   RATES  ? 1 .���r>0    per    your;    75c,   nix    nionthri.   I'ditcd  Sill tCH    "ill    Ct'Iltr)    llililitiotllll.  All Bubaorlpitoiu pnvablo in ndvntice  Suliucribera    ut   tliu  retrulnr  rale   toil ba<  uxtra papers mailed to (riendu at a digtaoce  lit HALF RATE, i.e. 75 cults per Vear.  This special  priyili'tru   i��   ttwntod   lor   the  purpONO of HtlvtirtirtiiiL' tire city ntnl dlwtrtot.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARPS  ETC., 1-5 eonU per loIuuiu inch per wcuk.  LAND AND TIMMER NOTIOJBS-30 daya. *iY  60 duvn 87.  WATER  NOTICES--*'.! tor live innortioiis.  I.KCA1.   ADVERTISINO-Kiral    insertion.     .2  . cent* iwr line: each tHili-tequont inner Mon, S  cento per line.      .  CDASStFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 wait  Dor word    first iniertiou,  I  cent per wool  oui'li si.iis-'inu-j.t insertion.  UISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS - Two   Indies  und  under. SO cent!- iwr inch first iDserlimi  ovor  two tiichfirt -It) ttintit per inch first   lit-  section:    20  rent**   pi-r \->'h  each subwciilonl  insertion.   .  All ''luii*���.������'������ in cuutruet tidvorttsementfl musl  he in the limtda bj the printer bv Tuesday  ��� veuinu  to ��� ensure   publication   in   the   next  BOTANICAL NOTES  Below are given the additions to the  list of wild flowers fount! in the district:  154.���Fragrant or liushy (loHen Uod  (Holidago graminifoliu) atom much  branched, 2 t<j 4 feet high, leaves num-  i t'ous, linear-lanceolate, usually qrnerv*  ul, rough on margins, yellow (lower  clusters arranged in a more or less  flat-topped cynic; brndts of the involucre in several series, oblong. Fields  and road Bides. Angus! and September' Tt should be noted that there  are between 80 and IQfl hilTerrni. spe-  aiesvp| Golden lied, (Solidago), nearly  aU being Xorlh American.  155.���Fetid Uaykss fiolden Uod, .(Ui  gelovla gravedlens), Hranched and  leafy, while-woolly. . Leaves- linear,  Yellow head-* numerous in terminal  compound cymes. A low shrub in  sterile, esf.ovu ly aluiHno soil. Knox  Mountain. August lo Oitobef.  156'���White Maillot, Sue. t ('lover or  Honey-lot us, (Me'ilolus alba). IMon-  nial Herb, with U-foli-ite loaves; 3 to  10  feet high,  branching;    pod    ovoid.  NO ALUM  ,-v\��aREDj*P*$->  kvSRE PLAINLY"7"*  Ming  ��J2AlN�� NO��$  "simple but popular guide to tho  names and descriptions of tho flowers  lhat bloom above the clouds." It'  includes many of the most charming  of wild flowers and is illustrated by j  pictures from photographs. j  Certainly the study of plants undisturbed  in their habitat of peaks     or i  mountain valleys has a peculiar inter-,  est.    Tho amount of disturbance, both  intentional  and  unintentional, effected (  by human settlement h*as probably not ,  been fully estimated.    An    interesting  note I'omes from the botanical    ollice  regarding the use as food by thc    Indians of many roots and bulbs,       It  appears, on enquiry j that these odihli  plants am by no moans diminished by  being used,    for the    digging of  ground involved in obtaining the r  is so beneficial to tho plants that the  quantity is actually increased another situated.  I     SYNOPSfS OF COAL MINING  i REGULATIONS  Ooal mining rights ol the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the North-  ! west Territories, and in a portion of  ' the Province of British Columbia, may  bo leased for a term of twenty-one  1 years at an annual rental of 91 an  acres. Not more than 2,600 acrei  1 will be leased to one applicant.  j Applications for the lease muat be  ' made by the applicant in' peraon to  I tho Agent of Sub-Agent of the distriot  ! in  whioh   the  rights applied for  are  year bv it.  Leaves fragrant in drying, as in other  species of the genus, -lurie to November.  157,���Blaok or Hop Medic or Hop  Uo'.er (Medieago Lupulina). Low and  spreading olover, leaflets nearly round,  rtowprs yellow, pod black when lripo,  curved into a partial spiral. Native  of Kurope antl Asia. Annual. March to  December.  153.���Crimson pr Italian Clover (Tri-  folium" incarnituin). Erect, little branched, >3"inches to '1 feet high.' Annual,  inlrodueed from Kurope. Waste places.  Called also Napoleons.   Summer.  Among popular hand books of native  flora, Mrs. Sulla W. llenshaw's "Moun  tain Wild Flowers of Canada" should  have honorable mention.    It is understood    that    the new    edition of thi  'year (William Ibiggs, Toronto, $1.25.)  has the modern names, the author be- j  ing in  touch with  the  Kew botanical i  authorities.   The plan of classification  of the     different    genera of flowering j  plants  being    partly  based  on color,!  though not without some justification,  is certainty a drawback in the opinion  of most botanists, accustomed to studying    more important, functions and  characteristics in plants;  and thc aim  in this method to simplify botany   for  novices,  is probably not fulfilled.  Yet '  it may be conceded that the older bot- j  an'sts have l^cen at fault in neglecting,  the study of co'or, and    in observing  and   describing colors;  and  some     of j  their errors., such ns those comprising  green and pink,    suggest actual color ,  blindness,  and yet havt* been     copied  into successive lext-books. ^  "Mrs.  llenshaw's book claims to be a'  Your Pet  Corns  Corns are often treated  as though ihey were  something that had to  stay but could be kept  in subjection by trimming.  The better way is not  to tolerate corns at all  but take them off with  Rexall Corn Cure  Thijs remedy loosens  lhe corns and detaches  them from the healthy  tissues.  Price 25 cents  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19   KeUiiia. B.C.  Are You  In surveyed territory the land mult  bo described by mwtioni, or legal iub-  iliviniuus ol mictions, and in unsurvoy-  cd territory tbe traot applied for  shall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Each application must be  panied by a fee oi $5 whioh will ba  refunded if the rights applied Ior  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on tha merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full qunatity of  merchantable coal mined and pay ihe  royalty thereon. II the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the ooal mining rights only, but the lessee may  be permitted to, purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol  the mine at the rate of 910 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the seoretary ol  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa,' or to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COEX-  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication ol  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  The season is here again when we think  of the hills and small la'ces, and the pleasure of spending a few 'days away from  business and home. Let us supply you  with your eatables for the trip. Following  are some things you will need���  CANNED GOODS  Something that you cannot get along without.  We have Canned Salmon, Sardines, Herring,  Lobster.'Corn Beef, Roast Beef, Geneva Sausage,  and many other palatable preparations,  SUMMER DRINKS  Something to make the water taste good. We  have Limejuice, Lemonade, Grape Juice, Cherry  Wine, Sherberl, 6tc, &c.  COFFEE and COCOA  and Condensed Milk. Something good and  easy to prepare.  RELISHES  We have choice Pickles, India Relish, Olives,  Catsup, Sauces, &c, otc.  For everything that's good to eat go to  THE SIWEOFPLENA  PHONE 35 PHONE 35  WE STILL BUY LOCAL BUTTER AND PAY 35c PER POUND  * ' 1* *   ' -     - .'������"���* '  History-Making Prices on High-Grade Hardware  Store Packed All Day With Crowds of Bargain-Mad Shoppers  GET THE MONEY SALE  is saving the people of this valley hundreds of dollars every day.     We are too busy to write big advertisements and  quote prices.    Have just mentioned a few to give an idea how deep we have cut the regular prices of our goods  EVERYTHING ON SALE ^^ NOTHING RESERVED      '  Free! Free!  $ 10 Washing Machine  $4.50 Monarch Sweeper  $2.75 Disston Saw  Guess number of nails in window and win one  of the above prizes. A guess with each purchase  HEATING STOVES  p 7.50  8.50  9.50  10.50  14.00  Hepting Stoves.   Sale Price  $ 5.95  6.75  7.30  8.15  .  11.80  Ladies Read!  75c Enamel W  are  Special lot of Grey Enamel Ware  Preserving Kettles, Dish Pans,  Double Boilers*, etc. Values to  75c.   Your choice for  25.  PROFITS HAMMERED TO PIECES  $1 Lanterns  $1.50 Kettles *, ��.  Nickle plated, copper S1.Z5  bottoms.    Only  Bath RUom Fittisgi, 50 p.c. Discount.      Builden Tooli,*c., 25 p.c. off  The reg. $1 cold blast   60c  Lanterns.   Only  STOVES AND RANGES  $16.00  19.00  22.00  63.00  87.50  Ranges.   Sale Price  McClary Range.    Special  $11.50  13.25  14.95  47.75  55.00  ison-  Store Open Daily, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m  son  KELOWNA  B.C.  9 �����������  Store Open Dqily}from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  ������ ������  THURSDAY, SEPXJSMBEB 16, 1��1S  SB!������aWesar��!SMB?J"SK=H"S=SK=  KSLOWKA  &BCORD  ....... I ,    "  "MADE IN CANADA"  We have been appointed General Dealers  for the Ford Ca* fathe Okanagan and h ve  arranged for local representatives in the  foUowing towns:  Salmon Arm  Endetby  Armstrong  Vernon  Kelqitna  Summerland'  Penticton  W. F. Buchan  Mack, and Mann,  R. J. Fletcher  Megan) Motor Co.  Burbank Motor Co., Id.  & L. Hatfield  Chm% Greer  A sufficient stock of Ford Parts will be carried by the above  dealers in thtir respective; territories, and we are pleated to  announce that your wants as Ford!: owners will be looked alter  ia a businesslike and satisfactory manner.  Burbank Motor Co., Ltd.  S5P  Great increase in. recruiting throughout England is reported aa the result  of the recent, raids by Zeppelins. Fifty  thousand men joined the colon last  weolf, and this weok an oYon' greater,  increase in the army is indicated.  Sandon Bed Cross workers serve tea,  to passengers on the C.P.R. trains at  that point one day each.  Fernie claims to have already supplied over 900 men lor the various  Canadian overseas contingents.  Vernon's water sdpply is none too  ample this year. The establishment  ol the mobilization camp creates a  heavy demand.  Rare War Samps  The first art of postage stamps issued by any of the European countries  containing war scenes, has jutt been  issued by Austria. While available tor  postage, they are really charity stamp*  a* they are sold at a prioe* slightly  higher than the prevailing postal rate.  There are five stamps in the aet,  their respective value* being three, five  ten, twenty and. thirty-five heller, the  heller of Austria being equal to the  German pfennig, about one quarter of  a cent. The stamp* af*. oblong in  attope, very neatly engraved, with the  war scene in an oval surrounded by  the, words,' "Kaiserliche Konigliche Oi'  terreichtische Post"-"The Imperial  and Royal Austrial Port."  The three-hell* stamp is purplnh in  color, with a view showing fighting  in the trenches. The five heller stamp  is green with a cavalry scene. Tha ten  heller! stamp ia red, showing one ol the  big howitzer guns being prepared lor  firing. The twenty heller stamp is a  dull blue green with a war vessel ol  the dreadnought type, and the thirty-  five heller stamp is ultramarine oolor  with, a beautifully engraved view of an  aeroplane in flight.  The valuea are in' figures in the corners at the, bottom of theee stamps,  with the additional charity tax value  in the centre. The three heller stamp  represent* an additional value of one  heller, the five and ten heller stamps  have an extra value ol two heller*,  and the. two highest values, have an  additional valu? of three hellers over  the regular postal rate.,  Renew for the Record  GOOD BORROWERS  Home time since a little girl who  lived in a rural community appeared  at the back door ol a neighbor's  house with a small basket in her  hand.  Mrs. Smith," said she, as the lady  answered her timid knock, "mother  wants to know if you won't pleats  lend her a dozen eggs. She wants to  put them under a hen."  "Put them under a hen?" was the  wondering rejoinder ol the neighbor  "I didn't know that you had a hen!"  "We haven't," waB the frank rejoinder of the little girl. "We are going  to borrow the hen   Irom Mrs, Brown.  Kelowna Opera House  ONE NIGHT ONLY  Wed., Sept 22nd  F. Stuart-Whjrtc Presents  The Girl From  :  With a company of Eighteen  this is positively the biggest2 tnd' best Musical  Attraction ever seen in Keiewnv-  JtmSmmmm  2A MUSICAL NUMBERS  24  A carload of scenery and costumes  1      '    '      ' i     zx~=--^=smsmmmmm  WarPlfices   -   50c, TScaalff  THE KELOWNA RECORD OFFICE  We are tom-time* met with this question: "Do yon only  do newspaper work at the office ? The impMSMion it,  perhaps, made by the jingle of the monoliiie keysas day  by day they tap the columns of news. But in the rear ot  our office there stands th* heavy presses which turn dot  all kinds of JOB PRINTING from delicatehalf-torfe *��rk  to the'common hand bill one is so accustomed to see.  .)  ,1  ^im^mfsmmmm  WATCH the Crowds Fighting Their Way htfo RAE'S  It takes something more tifoit ordinary Sale prices to bring such an enthusiastic crowd of cash  bwyess day by dig**     Bring up the Guns and Fight the way Through tht Big Fail Sfoci|  Pill in a double charge of hv* prices and make the cash spea^ faster than" any machine gun on the British firing line;  ���spiBaaajajp  ammgmmmmmmmjmmat,  Mfen'siRefr $45 -Suits All Boy's Suits to go Men.'s Winter Overcoats       Men j Heavy Sho&<Sojitsv  Cfea&ng out at $6,59' at HALF PRICE       of Best Imported Quality      for Wording orBwhgJfll?  "     ���      ���   ���   ���    * -��*���" At almost HALF PRICE  All sizes up to 39  All sizes up to 27  ���m  spaa  Regular price $30 clearing at 117.50  ��� $25 clearing at |l 5.00  ..    $15 clearing at $9.95  aaaBaaaana.'  I Ladies and Misses New       HWt Overlook Your  11 iITi.i       -I'lii     Thi ill i uiu ,-          ��� ' '" ,, ,  c' Fall and Winter Coats* Underwear Wants Come to theKapid  a ii      "v ���        ' '���'   ' ��� "  a     Gpjng atpricetvyou willitiever see,again��     Eor the.whole family while this stock is  '.*��� in KJowna.   Sgace will net pern***u* tot btmR'asjJ*.  ^giv^list|oday; come aitf see thiaralwas.,     Noajrjs.the.time to buyl  Men's Boots, Leather  Lined, Regular $3,50  Merchandising Sale msmsof9.i0and.il  Where prices close the talking. clearing out price  '!. $4,25  .petition, as we buy goods for Cash at 50c on the dollar, and gwe  it  Yam choice m Boots & Shoes, MmYFumi^wm, Dm Goods"  Kelowna PAGE FOUB  .glrTsW���  ...   KEtOWNA   RECOW)  THURSDAY, SWEllMR 16, 1915  '���     ���   ' -ll'-'f' ftillli1  THE  CORPORATION  OF  THE  CITY OF KELOWNA  TAX  SALE  ��� ���?'  NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of the provisions of the " Municipal Act" and amendments thereto, and of a resolution of the Municipal Council of the Gty of Kelowna  passed on the 27th day of August, 1915,1 will.on October 12th, 1915, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Board of Trade Building, Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C��� sell at Public Auction  the land situated within the said city, also the lands situated within the Kelowna City School District and hereinafter described, for delinquent taxes and rates, and taxes and rates in arrears  and for interest, costs and expenses, if the total amount is not sooner paid:--- ���*���.. '  Assessed Owner  AdauiB, ChnrlcB  l.s ' |014  Adams, Charles  J lost,  Adams, Charles  2 1036  Adams, Charles  fi ||K*6  Adams, Charles  7 1036  Adams, Charles      ...... 8 HKHi  Adams,  Charles  7<i \\ir>  Akaroytl,   Miss   Katu        15 |" 202  Allbrighton Ci.lt., Olemtnts, .J.H.  Deo,   II.  (i.,   Hodgson,   John.  Ogden, M,, Scales, John.. . .. 5      ]      1448  Allbrighton O.K., ClomcritB, J.H.  Doe,   H. 0.,  Hodgson, John.  Ogden, N., Scales, John .... .. 0      1-    1448  Allbrighton O.K., OlementB, J.H.  Dee,  II. (i., Hodgson, John.  i     Ogdon, M,, 'Stales, .John  7       1      1448'  7-     AllbrightonG.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,  H. 0.,  Hodgson,  John.  OgdenV-M, Scales, John'.'. 8       1      1448  Allbrighton O.K., ('leniente, .1.11.  Dee, H. (!.,   HodgBon, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John.     . ..' 1)       |      | |.|jj  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee', H. (I.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  10       1      1418  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H..O.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Sicilies, John  11       1      1448  Allbrighton (Ml., Clommts, J.H. 1  Doe, H. (!.,    Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  12       1 '    1448  Allbviglitoa-O.K., Clements, J.H-.  Dec, B, (i.,    HodgBon, John .  Ogdtrn, M. Scalua, John  13      J      144fl  Allbrighton U.K., Clements, J.H.  Dae, H. (I.,    Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  14       1      | (43  Allbrig.htonU.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. (I.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  lu       ]      1449  Allbrighton U.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee, JJ. (I.,    Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John .'. .. .. IB       I      1418  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Doe, II. (!.,    Hodgson, John ,  ,   Ogden, It: Soulos, John   17       1      1448  ��� Allbrtghtontl.lt., Clements, J.H.  Dee, 11. 0.,  'Hodgson, John . .    '  Ogdim, M. Scales, John  3      2   ��� 1448  Allbrighton U.K., Clements,' J.H.  Dee, 11. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John .. .. '.. 4     '2      1418  .  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,' H. (,.,   Hodgson, .k>hn .  Ogden, M. Scales', John ...... a      o      1448  Allbiighton (J.]'., Clements, J.H.,.  1)08,^41. fjU��i Hodgson, John ,���'-,"���  Oge\ifc.JL;:����alefl;. John-... .. .._. -. .-..ftV. .:2'.  "WIS -  . Allbrighton(1.II., Clements, J.H.  - Hoe, II. 0.,    Hodgson, John .  ' Mgden, M. Scales,'John  7      2      1148  Allbrighton CIS., Clements, J.H.  Deo, JJ.'G.,    Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, JoIir .... .. 82      1118  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Ueo, II. (>.,    Hodgson. John .  Ogden. A. Scales, John .. .. '9      2      1448  AllbrightonC.K., Clemrnls, J.H.  Dec, II. 0.,    Hodgson, John .  Ogden,. M��� Scales, John. .  . . HI      2      1418  Allbrighton (JR., Clements, J.H.  Dec, II. G.*,   Hodgson, John .  'Ogden, M. Scales, John  11      2      1448  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, .1.11.-  Dee, II. 0,(    Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scolcs, John .. .. *.. 12       2      1418  Allbrighton O.lt., Clements, J.H.  Dee. 11. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John   13       2      1418  Allbrighton G.H., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. 0.,    Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John .'. .". .. II      2      1448  ��� AUbriehtonG.lt., (laments! J.H. ���.��� ���'..  Dee, H. (',.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogtlen, M., Scales, John  15      2      1418  Alihrighton O.K., Clements, J.n.  Dee; H. .0.,., Hodgson, John-.. -, ���. ���  flgden, H.,''Scales, John ...... 10      2    ' T418  AllbrirhtonG.R.; (''omenta, J.H.  (Dee. II. .fl.,   Hodgson, John .        , .  Ogden, M- Scales, John '.  17      2    ' UI8  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Deo, H. ft.-,'   Hodgson. John ." ' .'  Ogdea, M. Scales, John   18      2      1418  ABbrlglrton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee, II. 0.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John  19      2      I US  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H. -.  Doe,- II. G.,   HodgBon, John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John  20      2   ��� 1448  AlH)pghUn-fi.R,j('lenwnt8, J.H. <  *WH*V.HlWob, J<*A-  ...      - -       -  Ogden, M. Scales, John,,.,,,. ������ ,,.   21      2      1118  Allbrighton eJ.R., Clements,'J.H.'-'    - '*     ''  Dec.1!!. C.,   Hodgson, John .  Ofcl*, tt. Scales, Jonn ..      .. 22      2      1 MS  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee.iH. G.,   Hodgson, John...  Ogden, ,��. Scales, John'.: ,.���'..    ���-  23      2      1418'  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,. Hodgson, John...  ..  Ogden, JtV'Bcales,' John ..-.. '24-2      1448  Allbrigl.tofa G.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, J.ohn .  Ogden. M.-Scaleo, John ... ....        26   ' 2     1418  Allbrighton G.R., Clement's,. J.H.  Dee,   H. 0.,   Hodgson, John .     *  Ogden, M. Scales, John          26      2     1448  AllbrightonwCX, Clements, J.H. 1        ���      '  Dee,   H. C,   Hodgson, John . 1  Ogdeti. M. Scales, John  27      .2      1448  AHbriehton G.R., Clements,.J.H. |.  Doe,   H. G���   HodgBon, John ., .1  n��|ten. M.' Scales', John          28      2     1448  Allbr'gbton.O.R., Clements, J.H.  Dae,   H. <?.r Hoda*on,-.lobn ;������ ������.."'  Oidm, M.B..hT5olM-."         M      2.-M448  AlUrrigbton O.K., Clements, J .11.  IW    HO..   Hodeeon, John .  �� il. Se��l��, John .. ���; .;        �����      2     1��6  Al"*i^W.mJJ,R..CIemon's..l,TI. .  H���   It  G,TH��rgao*., John .  irnrti.-*. mi ^��K;,-,i.l,n."',; ii        r     *     ���  AlH��r!)cl*"n'!;,t" ("kr��>mif,.I.V.  Ilrw    II. <!., 1|ode��>n, 'l����1 ���  ���!*-!3 I  ill ��  B-ll I  ]Z X    ' tn  MA &  S7.10 *2.35  (i.!)7 2.35  0.117 2.35  0.07 2.36  0.07 2.35  0.30 2.40  18.70 2.03  11.01 2.58  0.07 2.35  0.07 2.35  'O'.O? '    2.35  fi.07 2.35  0.07 2.35  0.07 2.35  6.07 2.35 ���  0.07 2.35  6.87' 2.35  0.07 2.35  0.07 2.35  0.07 2.35  9.30 2.46  ' 8.97 2.35  0.07 2.35  0.07 2.35  0.97 2.35  9.30 2.46  0.07 2.35  6.07- 2.35  0.07 2.35  0.97 2.35  li'.O" 2.35  0.07 2.35  6.97 2.35  6.97 2.35  0.97 2.35  6.07 2.35  0.97 2.35  0.07 2.35  0.97 2.35  9.39 2.46 ,  9.30 2.46   ���'  6.97 2.35  6.97 2.35  '6.97 2.35"  6.97 2.35  0.97 2.35  6.97 2.36  6.97 2.36  6.97 2.35  6.97 2.36     '  6,g7'���:.; ,i&  $9.45  9.32  9.32  9.32  0.32  11.76  21.72  11.19  0.32  9.32  0.32  0.32  0.32  0.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  0.32  11.70  0.32  9.32  9.32  0.32  11.70  9.32  0.32  0.32  9.32  0.32  9.32  0.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  1.1:70  Assessed Ownor  t  4. ft    ���  11.76  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  1.82  9.32  9.32  9,33  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Diu,   II. (!.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, Jonn   Allbrighton U.K., Clements, J.H.  Doo,   11. (1.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements, .1.11.  Dtw,   II. G,,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John .. .. ..  AllbilghtonO.lt., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   U. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Doe,   H. G.,. Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Sgden, M. Scales, John   Air-i'iglrton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John .. ....  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M, Scales, John   AllbrightonG.K., Clements, J.H.  Deo,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John  .  Ogden, M. Scales, John .. .. ..  Allbrighton O.K., ClementB, J.H.  Deo,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, .*!., Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. 0.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. .Scales, John .. ....  Allbrighton O.K.,.Clements, J.H.  Deo,   H. 0.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John    Allbrighton O.K., ClementB, J.H.  Dee,   11. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.K., Clements, J.H.  Deo,   II. (,.,   HodgBon, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton (I.R., Clements; J.H.  Doe,   11. 0.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John    Allbrighton O.K., Clenunls, .1.11.  Doe, II. G.,, Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M., Scales, John . . .  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee, H. G��� Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M., Scales, John . . .  AllbrightonG.It., Clenunls, J.H.  Dee, II. G., Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John .. ..'..  Allbrighton U.K., Clements, J.H.  Doo,   II. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John    Allbrighton G.R.,Clements, J.H.  Doe,   II. 0.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John ..... ..  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   11. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M,. Scales, John   AllbrightonG.R., Clenunls. J.H.  Doc,   II. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M, Scales, John   Allbrighton 0.1$., Clements, J.H.  Doe,   H. 0.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogdon, 81.-.Scale*, John    Allbrighton O.K., Clenunls, .1.11.  Doo,   II. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements; J.H.  Doe, II! 0.,, Hodgson, -John .  Ogden, "M. Scales, John ;. .. ..  Allbrighton O.K., Clenunls, J.H.  Deo,   11. G.,  HodgBon,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales. John   Allbrighton O.K., Clenunts, J.H.  '  Dec,   ll.'O.,   HodgBon,. John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John    Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  l)oo,   II. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton (I.R., Clements, J.H.  Doo,   II. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., ClementB, J.n.  Deo,   11. G.,i llodgson.   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Doo,   II. 0.,. Hodgson.   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John    Allbrighton O.R., Clements, J.H.  Deo,   it. G.)   Hodgson,   John .  Ogdon, M. Scales. John   Allbrighton O.R., Clements, J.H.  Doo,   II. G.,   Hodgson,   John .  linden. M. Scales, Johh   Allbrighton CM., Clements, J.H.  Doo,   II. Cl,   Hodgson,   John .  Oi/don, M. Scales, Jonn   AllbrightonG.R., Clements, J.H.  Dou;   II. G,,, llodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Soalos, John .. ,. ..  AllbrightonG.JI., Clements, J.H.  Doe," II. G.,  Hodgson,   John .  Ogdon, SI. Soalos, John   AllbrightonG.R., ClementB, J.H.  Dee,   H. Go, Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Doe, Jt:'G., Hodgson,   John.!,'.  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.R., Clements, J.H.  :\he,   II. G.,  Hodgson,   John.  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  ' Dee,   II. G., HodgBon,   John .  Oe-den, M. Stales, Jonn .. ....  Allbrighton G.'R'., (lament's, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,  Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton G>R., Clements, J.H.  Dee;   H. O.,.-Hodg80n>   John ���  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton G.H��� Clements, D.H,  Dee,   H. G.,  Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, H. Scales, John .. .. ..  Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,  Hodgson,   John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighioh O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dec,   H. O.,   Hodgson,   John .   '  Ogden, M. Sealer, -John .... .'.���"'���-  Allbrighton G.B., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. 0.i - Hodgson, John .  ^gdm^-tl^tiat, Johp. ,.���,.,.  33 2      1448 0.97 2.35  1 3      1148 9.30 .   2.40  2 :>,      MIS 0.07 2.35  3 3 1418 0.07 2.35  ���1 3 1418 0.07 2.35  5 3 1118 0.07 2.35  0 3 1448 0.97 2.'*6  7 . 3 1448 6.97 2.35  �� 3 1418 6.97 2.35  9 3      1448 6.97 2.35  19 3      1448 6.97 2.35  11 3      1448 6.97 2.35  12 3      1448 6.97 2.35  13 3 1448. 6.97 2.35  U 3 1448 6.97 2.35  15 3 1448 6.97 2.35  10 ���)      1418 6.97 2.35  17 3      1448 0.97 2.35  18 3      1448 9.30 2.40  19 3 1448 9.30 2.46  29 3      J448 0.97 2.35  21 II      1448 6.97 2.35  22 :i      1448 0.97 2.35  23 3      1448 0.07 2.35  24 -3      1448 6.97 2.35  25 3      1118 0.97 '   2.35  26 3      1418 0.07 2.36  27 3      1448 6.97 2.35  28 3      1448 6.97 2.35  29 3      1418 6.97 2J35  30 3      14(8 0.97 2.35  31 3      1448 6.97 2.35  32 3      1448 6.97 2.36  33 '3      1448 ��� 0.97 2.36  M 3     1418 0.O7 2.36 -  35 3      1418 6.97 2.35  3�� 3.   1148 9.81V 2.46    j|  1 4      1446   ��� 9.30 2.46  2 4     1448 6.97 2.36  3 I     1448 6.97 2.36  4 4      1448 6.97 2.36  5 4 1448 6.97 9.36  0' 4 1448" 6.97 ��� 2.86  V 4 1448 8.97 - 1..36  8 -4      1448 6.-W 2,35  J ...4-  1448.  '6.1*7.. '8J8- "  9.32  11.76  9.32  9.32  9.32  '9,32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  11.70  11.76  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  0.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  9.32  0.32  9.32  9.39  1;  9.39  9.32  11.76  11.76*  9.32  9.32  9.39  9.39  V.39  9.32  '/  9:32  9JH  Assessed Owner  Allbrighton G.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   II. (!.,   Hodgson, John ,���  Ogden, M. Soalos, John .. ..'..  Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  DoeJ   Hi (!.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogdon, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. Cl.,   Hodgson, John .-  Ogden, M., Soalos, John    Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Deo,   H. O.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M., SoaleB, John    Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Deo,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Soales, John   Allbrighton O.K., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, H. Soales, John   Allbrighton G.R., Clements, J.H.  Dee,   H. G.,   Hodgson, John .  Ogden, M. Scales, John   Allbrighton, G.R., Deo, H.G...  Andrews, J. E ,. ..  Andrews, J. IC   Anson, Arthur, H.B   Clement, E. L. tt W. J. .. ...  Arnold, W. R., estate   Bailey, William   Dailey, William    .  Bailey, William   Bailey, William   Baillie, James 11   Bakor, Hrs. Sarah A   Baker, Hrs. Sarah, A   Baron, John F. R., Leggatt  Goo. T '  Bartlett, Samuol   Bartlett, Samuel   Barton, Frank   Bator, Kenneth C   Bator, Kenneth ft ..-..    Bentley, J. I,. B   Bentley,. J. li. B   Bird, Frank   Bird, Mre. P. 0   Birkett, Harold E 47.1  Bishop, Azariah   Bishop, Azariah   Bishop, Azariah   Bishop, Azariah   Blaokwood, Caldwell '. ..  Blaokwood, Caldwell   Blaokwood, Mrs.  Caldwell ..  .  Blackwood, Mrs.  Caldwell ..  .  Blaokwood, Mrs. Caldwell ,.  .  Blackwood, Mrs. Caldwell  ..  .  British North Amerioa Tobacco Company, Ltd   Brown, Harland .. ; -.  Brown, Harvev   Brown, Harvev t   Brown, James 6   Brown, T. H   11  12  4  5  6  10  '7.  90  26  9  16  101  14  4  Brush, G. H       Brush, G. H. ..   .'.      Brush, G. H   Brush, G. H   Brush, (i. H ,   Brush, G. H  ,  llnish, G. II. -.. ..   ���     Brush, G. II   Brush, O. 11   Bryant, F. MY ..   Bryant, F, M.   Buddon, Geo. F.   Butler, C. A. V   Campbell, John T   Campbell, John T   Campbell, John T ������. .  Campbell, John T   Canak, Luke      ...  Carlilo, Frank ���-   Caswell, Charles , .. ..  Cavanah, J. H, ,!   ..   .. .. ,. ..  Chapman, David   Chapman, David   Checkland, Sydney T -.  Oheokland, Sydney T.   Christian, O. H., Frost, J. F.  Stolzenburg F, Wheedon L..  Christian, G. H., Frost, J, F.  Stolzenburg F, Wheedon L. .  Clement Biggs, Ltd .. . S.W. 7  Clement Riggs,'EW ..'.  Coates, F. 5    ;   Coates, F. 9   Fleming, W. H   Coates, F. 8., Edwards, A. Il  Gowen, 0. B.  10  Cookett, L         86  6  9  ~4  6  6  7  8  'Il  19  3  65  3  8  15  16  SO  97  16  9  4  40  41  93  94  Wi97  11  19  11  M;| ! ! :,  . '��� : I !.| ! ' I L,  10.   4     1448  11  nm  1448  6.97  0.97'  13      4     1448       6.07  13  14  1448  1448  6.97  *6.97  17      4     1448       6.97  18  19  51  69  15,  16  6  7  8  39  33  39  1  9  12  26  9ft  7  11  19  5  ft  17  30  19  17  66  17  17  17  17  9  9  9  9  9  18  18  18  3  1448  1939  1240  1940  1940  1109  469  1102  1109  1109  1109  969  ' 1306  1306  744  1306  1306  1306  1306  1306  130ft  1306  194ft  1940  962  909  909  209  '209  .463  462  469  469  469  469  860  1306  .439  1011  1448  1940  046  1091  1091  1141  1141  1141  1141  1141  1141  1306  1306  469  483  576  578  046  646  1349  1277  1806  909  1178  1178  1940  1940  148.96  106.48  97.11  97.11  16.96  11.61  9.30  683.99  33.93  18.61  6.97  6.97  49  16  V  1ft  Coffey, Mrs. Elizabeth  86  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, 8.T. . 64  Copeland, B. A., Elliott, 8.T.. 14  Copeland, B,A., Elliott, S.T. . 16  Copoland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 16  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. .. 93  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. . 81  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T. . 86  Copeland, B.A.. Elliott, S.T. . 86  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 87  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, 8.T. . 89  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 89  Copoland, B.A. Elliott, S.T. . 40  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 41  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. . 49  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, SrT. . 43  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. . 44  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. . 46  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 46  Copeland, R.A., EUiott, J3.T. . 47  Copeland, R.A., ElHott, S.T. . 61  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . 69  Copeland, R.A.,-Elliott, S.T. .    ,      9  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat . 9  Daigle, Frank, Noel, August ..'  .'     8  Daigle, Frank, Noel;. August '.. 4  Daigle, Frank, Noel, August... 6  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. 6   ���  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. 7  Daigle, Frank, Uoel, August ��� 8  Daigle, Frank, Noel, August ... 11 .  Daigle, Frank, Noel, Auguat .. 12  Daigle, Frank, Not), August .. 13  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .      . 89  Davies, David H.  13    16  DeHart, F.B.E.-.. N60ftW Wpart49  DeHart, F.B.E  NKOftlWpart49  White, 0. ... ....  ..  ;..'���  .. ..   '     J~  DWari, P.B.B., Uwsoo, *.-.,   ... Ill  909  ���W8  tftfl  468  693  468  1977  1940  1087  1946  1946  1946  194ft  1946  1946  1946  1946  1946  194ft  1246  194ft  194ft  1246  1946  194ft  1946  1946  1946  1346  1946  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  887  1946  1806  462  469  1184  M9  6.97  74.88  18,96  116.39  181169  96.20  116.99  U.61  ft.97  18.96  16.96  18.96  18.05  16.96  18.96  18.96 '  18.96  19.96  19.96  16.96  16.36  19.96  19.96  19.96  16.96  18.95  13.96  13.96  19,96  47.38  16.36  13.96  13.96  13.96  19.96  18.96  13.96  13195  13.96  18.96.  13,96  16.9ft  9.80  47.88  16.50  9.38  3.36  3.86  3.36  9.35  9.35  9.30  6.97  ft.97  9.97  6.97  0.30  898.14  9.30  9.30  9.80  9.30  151.61  11.61  9.30  63.76  N 9.30  9.80  9.30  9.80  9.80  9.30  9.30  16.96  16.96  27.90  11.61  11.01  11.61  U.61  125.11  197.24  58.14  58.14  190.31  125.11  99.78-  9.80  6.97  9.30  37.08  16.61  18.61  58.70  56.70  30.06  99.00  20.06  20.08  18.61  16.96  193.25  1389      9.80      3.46  9.85  6.73  9.70  7.81  8.97  8.81  7.81  3.58  3.86  3.70  3.61  9.70  9.70  3.81  3.70  9.70  9.70  9.70  9.70  9.81  9.81  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  3.70  9.70  4.86  3.81  9.70  3.70  3.70  3.70'  9.70  2.70 .  3.70  9.70  9.70  3.70.,  9.81  4*.  3.89  a.a��  8.16  I  9.32  9.83  9.32  9.39  9.32  2.46  2.95  3.36  9.86  9.85  3.46  39.16  3.46  . 9.46  9.46  9.46  9.58  3.58  9.46  5.14  . 9.46  9.46  2.46  9.46  2.46  3.46  3.46  3.81  3.81  3.40  3,58  3.58  3.58  3.58  8.36  11.86  4.90  4.90  8.53  8.36  6.99  3.46  6.14  8.16  3.36  2.46  . 3.35  9.98  3.93  4.83  4.83  3.00  3.00  3.00  ' 3.00  3.93  9.81  8.11  6.94  9.44  7.83  3.35  3.36  3.81  3.59  3.46  86.30  8,16  9.98  9.85  9.85  11.76  9.82  9.89  9.83  9,39  11.78  866,80  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  161.19  14.19  -11.74  67.90  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.78  19.07  19.07  31.80  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  188.36  909.10  69.04  89.04  138.83  138.88  .108.77  11.76  88.97  26.88  9.33  11.76  3048  31.54  31.54  61.63  61.53  33.06  23.06  23.06  23.06  21.54  19.07  130.86  105.77  168.40  119.76  99.46  80.46  19.07  14.19 *  11.76  790.19  91.88  31.54  9.89  9.89  11.76  9.93  80.10  16.66  194.10  148.49  90.61  134.10  14.19  9.83  16.65  19.07  16.65  16,65  19.07  18,66  16.66  16.66  16.65  16.65  19.07  19.07  16.66  16.95  16.86  16.65  16.85  16.65  16.65  16.65  51.64  19.07  16.66  16.66  16.66  16.66  16.66  18.66:  18,66  16.66  16.86  16.65  19.07  11.76  59.97  19.39  81,39.  98JJ8 ;>��!m��.  ���mmmmmmmmmmm  HI.'. ��� I "J'l1  ���sssaM^p^kSJ^s^^iil^^flpaji^w  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916  KRLQWNA   RECORD  MM mi  Assessed Owner  ,1 i   i; i  '.$    I' .      Vi iS    *pT' M&   'I  DeHart, F.R.E., Lawson, T. ..         11        . '933 23.22 3.10  DeHart, F.B.E., Lutz & Pott* '        '62 .962 627.96. . 33.40  Budden, Geo., F. .'. ..-;.'���- . .'.   . 4   .8 '462 111.64 7.58  Budden, Geo. F. ,. i :. .-      -5      5 '469 HO.li 7.50  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. . ���;     49 1316 16.96 .   2.81  Devereux, W. H. ............ .'..:,   64",.. 1240 6,97.    2.35  Dick, Hrs, Mark .............-'    16   . 896-    9.30 2.46  Duocommun, F. .. ,*.'  .,   ..       .         15      4 1448 6.97 2,35  Dunster, Mrs. L. E. ..     ..    ...      17     13 469 638.03 33.40  Woolsey, Mra, J. W,           7 1808 34.87 3.74  England, Ernest               7 623     26.20 3.31  England, Ernest  . '      8 . 639 26.30 3.31  England, James. ..             ...         43 1039 11.61 2.58  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. .48 124ft 16.38 2.81  Flaok, Walter, B      ......     36 1392 6.97 '   3.36  Fuller, J.B. tk W.A         34 483 9.36 2.40  Fung Yee ..' ..;.. N95H 3   .4 463 71.95 5.56  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .         12 1348 16.26 9.81  Gill Mrs. Rosa. ........'.... '      39 1232 6,97 9.35  Gill, Mrs. Rosa. ....;.... ..        83 1393 6.97 2.35  Goddard, Alfred  .. .. ...         19    . 1240 8.97 8.35  Grand Paoitio Land Co. Ltd ,          5    14 1308 9.30 2.46  Grand Peoilio Land Co. Ltd ...        15    14 - 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand P'aoilio Land Co. Ltd'.         19,    14 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoilio Land Co. Ltd .        31     14 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Pacific Land Co, Ltd ..       .10     15 1308 9.30 2.40  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd....         18     15 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. .         16     16 1306 9.30.    3.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd ..         28     15 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand PaeHio Land Co. Ltd ,.         34     15 1906 9.30 2.40  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ud. .          3    16 1306 9.30 2.40  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. ..          4    18 1306 0.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd ..          5    ,16 1306 9.30 2.46  " Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. .          6    16 1306 9.30 2.48  Grand Paoifio Und,. Co. Ltd. .          7    .16 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co, Ltd. .-         8    16 1306 9.30 2.46'  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd ..       ^9    16 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand PaoHio Land Co. Ltd ..         10    16 1306 0.30 .. 2.40  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd ..         11     16 1306' 0.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd.            12    10 1306 , 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd ..'        18    16 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd ..         19     10 1306 9.30 2.10  Grand Paoifio Land Cor Ltd. .        20    16 1306 ;   9.30 2.40  Grand Paoific Land Co; Ltd. .         21     16 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd ..         22    16 1306 '  9.30 2.46'  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd ..���       23    16 1306 .. 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd ..         24    16 1306 9.39 2.46  Grand Pacific Und Co. Ltd. ..         35    16 1306 9.30 ���'  2.4��  Grand Paoifio. Land Co. Ltd ..        26    16 1306 1161 2.58  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd....           2    18 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. ltd. .'          5 .   18 1306 9.80 2.46  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. .          9    18 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand.Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. .         18     18 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. .   .    .19    18 1308 9.30 2.40  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. ..-        24     18 1800 9.80 2.46  Grand Paoifio. Land Co. Ltd. .          1  .19 1306 20.89 8.04  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. .          2    19 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoilio Land Co. Ltd. .          3    19 1306 '9.30 9.46  Grand Paoific Land Co. Ltd. .           4    19 1309 9.30 2.46  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd.',          5     19 1306 9.30 9.46  . Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. ..          6    19 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand.Pacific,Land Co. Ltd. .          7    19 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. .          8    19 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand 'Paoifio Und Co.. Ltd. \      '  9    19 1306 9.30 2.40  Grand Paoilio Land Co. Ltd. .         10    19 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .         11     19 1306 9.30 2.16  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. .         12    19 1306 9.30 " 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. .         13'   19 1306 0.30 < 2.46.  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. ���..        14     19 1306 -9.30 2,10  Grand :Paoifio Land C0. Ltd...         15- 19 1306* *' 9.30 2.46  Gland Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. .         16    19 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. ;   ,     17     10 1306 9.30 2.46  Grand Paaifio Und Co. Ltd. .         18   ' 19  ��� 1306 20.89 3.04  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. .          1  i 23 1306 13.05 2.09  Grand Pacific Land Co. Ltd. ..        .2    23 1306 13.05 2.89  Qrand Paoilio Liud Co. Ltd. .          3    23 1306 13.05 2.69  Grand Pacifio Land Co. Ltd. .   part 4     23 1300 9.30 2.46  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. .'put 8    33 1306 6.97 .' 3.84.,  Grand Paoifio Land Co. Ltd. S.W.eorft   23 1306 3.83 8,11*  ������ Gray. Joha P. .-. .. i \: 16          17 303 - 11.81 9.56  Grove, Charles ..          7 694 ���' 6.97 9.35  Grove, Charles .'....������.          8 694 6.97 2.36  Hall, J. E      IB    18 1306 16.26 981  Hankinaon, E. E. .. . ;    Si 5 590 17.79 .2.89  Harden, Guitavus ..           6      6 463 73.16 5.66  Hehner, C. .....       ..   .. .,' ..'*         9 622 28.55 3.42  HIolu, H. B. .. .'        10         , 439 49.51 ."  4,47.'  Hill, Geo. Wilson, Allan .... .         10      6 462 68.70 4:93  Hill, Geo., Wilson, Allan ....         11      6 469 68.70 4.93  Holes, Harry ,. .. .'. ��� ..:       .... 14           17 203' 11.01 2.58  Holman, L. .. .*, .. .. ..   ..   ...    1   445    7 315 29.33 3.40  Holman,.L...    '......'. 9 4*5    7 316' 33.85 9.60  Holman, L  .. ....   3  4&5   ..7 315 36.78 3.83  Holman, L         4   145    7 316 36.7ft 3.83  Hohnen, L. ..   ..   .. '.. ... .. . ' 5 4&5    7 316 36.70 :. 3.83  Holman, L. ............. ...    6  4&5    7 315 45.09 4.25  Holman, L ' .' ..   ....    7  445    7 316 48.48 4.17  Holman, L. .. ..           .... ..    8 46-5    7 316 97.90 .3.39  Holman, L. .. ���        5 635 31.86 3.59  Hookham. David   19     .    17 209 11.61 2.58  Hudson, H. G. E ;.18ft. U4-12 8 462 104.19 7.20  Hudson, G. H. E  ....'.:   -    40 483 90.32 3.01  Hunljord, "Gillis   ", ������ 1 Wpart49 469 '40.12 4.00  Hunfjord, Gillis    ..           ....    2 Wpart42 463 40.13 4.00  Hunljord, Gillis ..        ..    3 Wpart42 469 40.19 4.00  Ulintjord, Gillis ���'..   ...  J5Wpart42 463 ,40.12 4.00  Hunfjord, Gillii  \.S29.6*t 6 Wpart42 469 .20.53 3.03'  Hunfjord, Gillia  S29.5H 7 Wpart42 483 5.73 3.38  Hunljord, Gillii      ..    8Wpart42 493, 11.74- 9.58  Hunfjord, Gillis  ..-9 Wpar'42 483 11,74 3.58  Hunljord, Gillis  .. ,  10Wpart42 483 11.74 9.68  Hunljord, Gillii ���'���' UWpart42 463 11.74. . 2.68  Hunljord, Gillis      19Wpart42 469 11.74 2.58  Hunfjord, Gillia , .   14Wpart42 463 9.41 3.47  Hunfjord, Gillis '..   15Wpart42 403 11.74 2.58  Hunljord, GiUis    16Wp��rt42 462 15.37 3.76  Hunfjord, Gillii ... ..   ..        ���   20 1014 9.41 2.47  Hunlord, Gillis .... .   ......      51 1014 30.06 3.00  Hunfjord, GilUs ���;.        68 1014 90.06 3.00  Johns, W. H    ..  '., ., \- '���    �� 1940 6.97 3.35  Copeland, E.A. EUiott S.T. .         .7 1946 16.96 9.81  Johnston, H.I., Sulivan, B.D..         .4'    19 469 442.16 34.10  Johnston, H.I., SuKvnn, B.D. ....5   12 462   1254.14 64.70  Josielyn, 0.0., Cooper, T.E. ..9          17 303 19.75 3.64  Joiselyn, CO., Ooopw, T.E. ..4          17 303 13.95 3.87  Jonselyn, O.C., Codper, T.E. ..    9          17 90S U.61  ' 2.58  Jomlyn, 0,C, Cooper, T.E. ..   10          17 909 11.61 2.58  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. ... U"         17 303 11.01 3.58  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. ..18          17 ' 303 18.95 3.67  Josselyn, O.O., Oeiopir, T.E. ..; 19         11 303 18.95 3.67  Josselyn, O.C., Cooper, T.E. ..   90..         17" 203 11.61 2.58  Josselyn, O.O., Cooper, T.E. ..  31          17 303 11.81 2.58  Josselyn, CO., Cooper. T.E. .. 89:         17 309 11.61 2,58  Josselyn, CC, Cooper, T.E. .. ,98.         17, 209 11.61 3.68  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. A 94          17 202 11.61 3.58  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T:E. ..  35          17   ., 303 U.61 9.58  Josselyn, C.C., Cooper, T.E. .  36          17 309 11.61 3.58  JoswByn, CO., Cooper, T.E. .37           17 909 U.61;. 2.68 .  Josselyn,' CO., Cooper, T.E. .  98          IT-.. 808. U.61- 2.58  Josselyn. CO., Cooper, T.E. . 39.-        yt 303 11.61" *��� 2.58  Josselyn, CO., Cooper,, T.E. .  80;        17. 309- U.61 . 2.58  . Jonelyn, 0. C, OoopSJ, T.E. ,  81-         W' 202 U.61. . '2.68  Josielyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. .  99 - '    17 209 U.61 9.56  Josielyn, CO., Coop*, T.E. .  93           FN 303 18.95 2.67  Josselyn, CO., Coopor, T.E. .  94,   '    17 J. 903 11.61 2.58  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. *, 35          17 809 U.61 2,58  Josielyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .   36          17 303 11.61 9.58  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .*  97":       17 303 U.61 9.58  Joiselyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. .   88   ..     17. 902 U.61 2.58  Joeeelyn, CO., Cooper, T.E, .89          17 203 11.61 2.58  Josielyn, CO., Oooper, T.E. .  40          17. ��� 903 19.95 2.67  Josselyn, CO., Cooper, T'l". . tt   -,     It^jMl U.61.. 3.68  :,'Josss!yu, C.C, Coop*. T.Bi .  49-1.'.   n *. 902 U.61 2.58  Josielyn, CO., Cooper, T.E. .48   -.-.. n;i^909 1,161 2.58  ��� Jossslyh/CC'., Cooperr'TA.. *4i         17- **a03* U.61 fl."68  26.38  661.36  119.22  117.61;  lOiOT  9.32  11.76  9.32  061.43  .38.61  29.51  ���   29.51  14.19  19,07  .     9.32  11.76  76.81  .   19.07  9.38  9.32  ���  9.82  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  . 11.76  11.76  11.76  .11.76  11.76  11.761  11.76  11.76  '��� 11.76  11.76  11.76  11.76  ���     \\M.  U-70  14.19  11.76  11.76  .11.76  11.76  11.76  11-.75  23.99  11.76  11.76  11.76  .    11.76  11.70  11.76  "   11.76  , "11.76  '   11.76  :   11.'76  11.76  ���Uv76  11.76  U.76  11.70  U.76  93.93  16.64  16.64  16.64  11.76  9.31  V.-4.44  ,,14.19  ���9.39-  -   9.89'  18.07'  90.60*.  78.82.  .. 81.97  53.98  63.63  63.63  14.19  32.79  .37.54  40.59  .   40.59  40.58  49.34  47,66-  31.29  36.45  14.19  111.32  93.23  : 44.12  ,44.19  44.12  :.' 44.12  ;23.55  >m  14.32  14.32  14.39  M.32  11.88  14.32  18.03  11.88  33.06  33.06  9.32  19.07  408.36  1318.84  16.39  16.62  14.19  14.19  14.19  16.82  10.62  14.18  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  .14.19  14.19.  14.19-  14.19  ' 14.19  14.19  16.62  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  16.69  14.19  14.19  14.19  14.19  -:!  Assessed Owner  ������-a-  1  I   I  �����   ��  Josselyn,. C.C.,- Cooper, ,T.E. ,r45  Josselyn,, C.C.,- Cooper, T.E. .46  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .'47 .,'���"  Josielyn, C.C,, Cooper;, T*." L 48 ;  Joiselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.B;"-'i i 49*  Josielyn, C.C, Coop*, T.E;i.'; 80  Josselyn, C.C, Coopen, f.K.. ^~H  Josselyn,- CO., Cooper, T.i. .'53 '  Joiselyn, C.C, Cooper, T:K.-.  53/  Josselyn, C.C;, Cooper, T-E. .  54  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ., 56 .'  Josselyn, CO;, Cooper, T.F,. .56  Josselyn, C.C., Cooper, T.E. .  67 .  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ,58  Joiselyn, (J.O., Cooper, T.E. .   69  Josselyn, ��� C.C, .Coopor, T.E. .60  Josselyn,' CO., Cooper, T.E. .;61  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .. 02  Josielyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .'-88  Jossolyn, S'.V., Cooper, T,E. . 84  .  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. ,  66  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  86  Josselyn, CO., Coopor, T.E. .  67  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E.1.  68  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  69  Josselyn, C.C, Cooper, T.E. .  70  Josselyn, -C.C, Coopor, _T.E. .  71  Josselyn, C.C., Cooper, 'T.E. .   78  King, Charles Edward .. ., ... 37  Kingibury, D. 0. .. .',   .,   .. ���.. 17  Kingsbury, D. ('. .'. ., .. :. .. , *,18  Knowles,' J.B., Ritchie,'Geo. . . 7  Knowles, J.-It., Ritchie, Geo'. . ', 8  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. . 18'  17  17  17  17  17  17  . 17  17  17  17 '  17  17.  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17  17\  E70ft. 1&2  Elliott, S.T.'  13  18  .28  35  ,4:'  75  .5  '4.  95  08  14  18  12  12  13  14  8  22  ,7-  1  '2  14  15  16  17  18  ���20  30  1  Lee, .Sam  Leo, Sam   Iioquimo Bros. It Co. ..  MoKoe, Tho��. .. .. .... .  ,Lnck, Luke .. ,", ..- ������  Maokenzie, G. 0'.:.. .....  Magee, F.  II   Magee, It. A   Marboouf, Mrs. L. .'. ..  Marriott, A. H. ., .,,v,  Marriott, A. H    ;.  Marsh, Carl and Ralph  Maundrell, G. H   Mawhinney, Frank   Miller, Frank   Miller, Frank .... ;.   ..'  MiHer, C. M; .:   Copoland, B.A.,  Moy, Ernest J, ., .., ,. .  Mullcr, J. J.    .'. .  McCabo, Mrs. W. Parker  McCabe, Mrs. W. Parker  Mcllwraith, Miss May ..  McKay, Angus   McKay, Angus   McKay, Angus   McKay, Angus   Canadian Northern Pacifio Rail- -  way Company .... .. .....  Canadian Northern Paoifio Rail-  ��� way Company .. '..   . Canadian Northern Pacific Rail-  ... way Company  ,.W 785ft.l5i40  Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company  47  Canadian Northern Paoifio Railway Company  .. .. ... 49  Canadian Northern Pacific Bail-..  way Company .. .i... .. .-.. .       .50  Canadian Northern Paoific Bail-  way Company 1.34 acres 48  Canadian Northern Paoific Railwav Company .������        Canadian Northern Paoifio Baii-  "'   wav Company.. .. ..... .  - Canadian Northern Paoifio Kail-  r;way Company .;..'..;,.',  Canadian Northern Paoifio Bail-'  wav Company ..   Canadian Northern. PaoHio Railwav Company   Canadian Northern Paortio Bail-  way Company   Canadian Northern Paoifio Bail-  way Company  :,,...  Canadian Northorn Pacific Railway Company'.'-.. ..' .'. ,.'.  Canadian Northern Paoifio Bail-  '   way Cortipaoy ������ ���-, ������ '��� ������  Canadian Northern Paoific Rail-  ,   way Company .. ,. .... ...  McVallun, John B. .. ;.'.'.- .. .  Nixon It Rutherford   Nixon ii Butherford   O'Connor, Matbew   Paisley, W. H. ....   .,   .. ...  Paisley, W. H. ..  ..  ... .. .. ...  Papworth, E. Claronce   Copeland, H.A., Elliott, S.T  Perdu, L. Boy ... .,   ..  Ifoit, E. fl. .. .:.,. ,. .; ..  Most, E. B r.r. fry*.  Pfdst, E. B. .;   Ponfret, V. B. ..      Powers, J. E. T   Powers, J. E.' F.   Pretoe, Joseph .. '.   Preece, Joseph   CJuinn, Charles S 60ft 35  Quinn, Charles ,   .. .        49  guinn, Charles ., :, ., ..;.     <9  Quinn, Charles..,. .. '         44  Rao, Mn. 0. J      :  '&  Richards; W. Austin  6  Boss, S. S  3  Ryder, Samuel         16  Soroggin, Charlea    18Wpart42  Simpson, A, H    Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T.  .Sterling Security Co. Ltd.  Sterling Security' Co; Ltd. .. ..  Straohen, William ���   Strauss, B. F   Strauss, B. F   Ttipp, Miss Ethel ..   Ttipp, Miss Ethel   Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  'Tyler, Mrs. Maild   Valle; B.'   Valle, B       Van Praagh, Fred   Wheeler, T. A. ~ .'.   Willis, H. A. ..   .,   ..      Wood, Ernest ..  ..      Woodward, W. J    ,.   .. ..  Wright, Stanley  .. ..  Wright, Stanley   Wright, Stanley   Wright, Stanley .'.  Yates, George.   Ayerl, Mrs. L. K   Blaokwood, Caldwell,   Blaokwood, Caldwell   Canadian. Northern Pacific Rail-.  .   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'  2.82  9.63  .3.53  2.46  8.14  3.09  3.09  Assessed Owner  I  ..��� ������  868  700  ���700  1173  ���i\s\ m  4.7* v. J.14 ���  8;88"-j:!.S.'ia.  1:68'    3.08 *  761.52  729.74  563.62  '685.74  84.93  31.29  21.54  16.65  26.78  26.78  26.78  26.78  26.78  Ui.78  86.78  '   7.11  43.39  43.89  Ul;76  . 14.19  14.19  > 21.54  91.54  14.1*9  47.70  ' 17.70  47.70  9.32  11.78  11.76  14.19  16.64  61.82  81.54  91.54  31.54  98.80  9.33  31.39  39.13  44.13  9.33  19.07  9.83  9.33  9.83  U.76  11.76  li:76  9.83  19.07  U.76  9.33  9.33  64.06  9.32  26.38  M.OE  U.76  19.31  19.31  13,16  13.16  U.76  5.18  .4.01  4.01  9.48  ���4.88  3.71-  Copeland, B.A., EUSott, S.T. .  (-opeland, BvA,, EUiott,.S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S,T  Copelaod, B:A., Elliott; S.T. /  Copoland, B.A., EUiott, S.T  Copeland, B.A., EUiott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., "Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, BiA., EUiott, SX'/  Copoland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. .  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Copeland, B-A., EUiott, S.T.  CoiWand, B.A'., Elliott, S.T. ,  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T.  Copeland^ B.A., .ElUott, S.T.,  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. ,  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Copeland, B.A., ElUott, S.T.  Copeland, B.A., Elliott, "S.T. .  Copeland, R.A., Elliott, S.T. .  Canadtan Northern .Paoifio Railway Company ;.'.'.. ..10  DeHart, F.B.E...  DeHart, FJJ.E, ..  Easton, W   Easton, W. . .  Jennings, S. B. ..  Kerns, Jesse ....  Ken, G. H. ..  Kerr, 0. H. .. ..  Lequime, Bernard  Lewers, Russell ..  Paisley; W. H. ..  ISonshaw, Mtb. C  Renshaw, Mrs. C  Rensnaw, Mrs. C  Renshaw, Martin.  Renshaw, Martin  Renshaw, Martin.  Schmidt, K   Small, H. K   90  01  92  93  94  95  96  ���   97  98  . 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P.T. DUNH  /;���....���-���'' (Elector,  Corporation of the City o| Kdowna.  WASTE NOT, WANT NOT  Wanted, for the  We are now preparing to contract*for ��1I i  j-nd culled Apples (bruised or otherwise).    HefttWid  ��� , . .  rYj >t V     ^S��''- (j'.. j t 1' .''  opportunity to -get good rhoney for mat whicjlit hat-  hitherto rotted on the ground,-; Sack up all Apples, of  ; this kind until about October |j)th, when we earpect  to be in a position to handle any quantitji  ;\y."��- D*;::W^V.J!^!6nj^^p^..% _ -^   vv  ���;'���?���������  *'^;..'V- ^'-���/A::v.-:^^^:-;'v^M^���Jl*,:^ i.���-.'*     ,\  .'Ufll.J:.N4#;J!l.".��^'f?' ���!! "��� w ','"'lwr��;"il.w.iHlJ','" .irp.iajus. .   "L^IJi'.lli. 'in.  ^^WSfWP  111    in mi   i mm ii in      i jiiiii i ij.jiirws.wijs.s^^  'W  a.  11  i  i  1  311  $  %  si  ���P  Vi-  [1  li  Jt-  SIS.  t  -^  II  or  OQv Cist.  3  II  1  1  tot  ��� ���;. !    ...  '.: ^^MMmUm^Mkkmmmm^LmmmmmA ' .���!.>.' ' .".!���i^rrr  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1��,. 1916  THE SEVENTH WONDER OF THE AGE  OAK HALL'S GIGANTIC  ADJUSTMENT  France  the    Price-  Wrecker  in   Charge  France  the   Price-  Wrecker  in   Charge  The sale that is making everybody scramble and fight for the wonderful  bargains. It's the greatest Money-Saving Opportunity ever known in this  Valley.    All new clean-merchandise absolutely slaughtered without mercy  WAIT  another minute  COME RIGHT NOW-TODAY  MEN! LOOK  On sale at 9 o'clock  Saturday Morning  $20 Overcoats  A special lot of Heavy  long Overcoats. Values  to $20, at 9 a.m.  $6.95 '������������  A FEW REASONS FOR THE MAMMOTH CROWDS  50c Hose Supporters  A special lot of Armbands  and Hose Supporters. Values  to 50.    Your'choice  10.  35c Cashmere Hose  I  lot of  Men's Black cashmere 35c Dress Hose,  now only  I0<  Read! Read!  On Sale All Day Satutday  $7.50 Slater Boots  I lot of the famous Slater  Boots, values to $7.50, in  button and lace,black or tan.  Now selling for  $3.45  $1.75 Flannelette  Nightgowns  Ceylon   Flannelette   Nightgowns.    Values   to  $1.75.  95.  75c Neck Ties,  Pure silk Neck Ties, Values  to 75c. A special lot. Your  choice now at  15c Handkerchiefs  A reg. 1 5c white Handkerchief, narrow border  large size.   Now selling  $7.50  Auto Robes  Regular to $7.50, wool Auto  robes, in dark patterns. Now  $2.95  $3.50 Wool Shirts  1 lot of Men's heavy  ^ool Shirts, values to  3.50.   Your choice at  WATCH FOR NEXT WEEK'S SPECIALS  SALE OPEN  DAILY  9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Oak Hall Clothing Co.,Ld.  France Adjustment Company in Charge  KELOWNA, B.C.  SALE OPEN  DAILY  9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Victory Through Retreat  i<ll|l.a.lg..t..��^.i��.^llt.^itMtiig.l>.^i.��.iMtii"�� j  *   PROFESSIONAL AND   ������  BUSINESS CAEDS     *  It ia   generally believed that     the  steady retirement of the Russian army  from Galieia and Russian Polan.1, wai  due primarily .to the immense sups* ior  ity whioh the Anstro-German   armies  had suooeeded   in attaining in heavy  artillery, by the assembling ol a very  large number ol their   most powerful  'guns and also (for some cause whioh,  | yet remains to be explained) to an altogether inadequate supply ol amir.u  jnition upon the part ol the Russians,  with whioh to serve, even suoh artillery as they possessed.   Although this  may be aooepted readily as an    adequate reason lor the retreat until tho  vi-inity of the Warsaw line was reaohed, it does, not appear to offer a sufficient reason to account for the farther  retirement from that line     eastward.  ���The series ol strong fortresses established by the Russians in Poland contained doubtless many guns oi large  calibre and likewise    vast stores     of  ammunition known to be reliable. The  German guns, on the other hand when  that line was reaohed had been in active . use lor two or three months and  | in tho natural course of   vents   most  havo    deteriorated considerably.    Notwithstanding this alteration of oondi-  tions in favor ot the. Russians,     the  retirement oontinucd with muoh    th  ' same    clock-work   regularity,    whioh  marked its progress through Galieia.  The onlooking world is   now, beginning to realize the faot, that let   the  causes whioh started that retreat   be  what they may, the splondih genius of  the Grand Duko Nicholas, out of what  began as a retreat has developed   one  of the   greatest    and most successful  strategical moves of the war to date.  He has challenged the diversion upon  the part of the Germans and the Austrians, of the last regiment-and of the  last item of equipment that they oould  spare from every other front, for  colossal    duel between   them and his  own    unaided    armies.   He   has constantly provoked the greatest armies  that the Germans could muster    and  the best generals ol whom they    oan  boast, to thoir utmost effort, through  campaign    ot several' months.    He  has continuously tantalized them   by  the     prospect    of a great    cnoiroling  movement, no��t here, now" thoro, whioh  held out enticing promise of a- great  German victory, only repeatedly     to  slip out of theii\ clutohes, leaving t  only an area   ot barren territory,   a  dismantled fortress or a oity despoiled of all but its bare walls. Notwithstanding their   most desperate, efforts  there has ever confronted and   there  ���till confronts tho German hordes   an  army ot   Russian veterans, unbroken,  undaunted, desirous   and   determined,  which, when the time arrives will   be  ready and eager to drive baok the invader as steadily    and as surely     as  they have allowed him fo advance.  As to net results, the Germans have  gained control for tho time of GaHoia  and of Russian Poland, it is true, but  at what tremendous oost. It is sal  that this oampaign has oost the* enemy  at loaet ono million men in kHlod and  wounded. The loss te the Russians has  been a fraction of that number. It h>  declared that the German generals are  appalled at the terrible, havoo that has)  been wrought upon their ranks by the  merolkms toH exaoted by the ever re  tiring but ever resisting Russians.  North Shore Press.  Illll s.s S SMS I S I HI SIS SIS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors, '  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc  KELOWNA, :: EC  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. ::  B,C,<  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Wlllll's Block   ���'  Kolomna, B.C.  PIANOFORTE-  mr, HAROLD TOD  BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  pupils aa before in his studio-  T��    ���-���������'���  eeelve .   .  ranch Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box374  f. W. GROVES  .   M. Cm. Soc. C.E.  Consulting, Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Lsnd Sui-peuor  Surv.ya.nd R.porta on IrriiWion Works  AppHcalionafoiWoonUciHiM.  ���KELOWNAA.C-  H. C. ROWLEY   '       ��� ���. ' ���'    F REYNOLDS  A.M. Inat C.E., A.M Can. Soc. CE. B.C.L.S  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Surceuora  Water Supply, Irrisalion. Sobdiviaions, tec  P.O. Box 261  ' Phone 131  3, Crowley Block  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  I'BNTIST  p.o. Bouse       i> 'Phoo.se  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue. '  JOHN CURTS  con wrroi* a- bum der  Plans and Specificationt Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  iugs.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93 V      i  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Cndu*. MeCill Urdwsir/-     '  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Messages may be left at the office of  Messrs. Rattenbury tt Williams  THE FOOL AND OUR FOREST  DOLLARS .  Goodbye to the fool with   the empty  gun;  Forgotten his bid for fame,  Though he   kills his    friend, it   only  . counts one,  And that, nowadays, is tome.  The fool who playfully rooks the boat  Is on the front page no more,  He may   rank   Ugh   with   tho fools  afloat  But his glory has gone ashore.  There's the fool with women, tho lool  with wine,  And the tool who games with strangers, -  And the joy-ride toot (he does well in  his line  By combining these ancient dangon).  Rut they're all still down in the primer olass,  Mere novioes taking a flyer,.'  Compared with the prize-taking criminal aw,    .  The fool in the woods with Bre.  A few    hearts   break   for   the doeds  they've done  In their pitiful amateur way,  But fire slays dozens Where they   slay  one  And scourges a. state In a d-y.  For the ruined home and the   smokeless staok  And the worker unemployed   '  Know   a   hundred   years shall never  bring baok  The things that his matoh destroyed.  B. T. ALLEN,  (Western Forestry Conservation   As-  'sooiatlon).  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furniahed for ell classes  of work  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU hind9 of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Save SO p.c.  on your Boott and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  . Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  For Sale  On K.LO. Bench, 20 acres  Bearing Orchard. Would  consider City House as part  payment.  Apply Box K, Kolowna Record  ������  MM I '  "   .;.  sastjatntsssni  ���"sSSBSP  ���HVHHHBm  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, IMS,  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co,, Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)      Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  Feed Your Cows  on Alfalfa  When the calf  is three weeks old  ta^eittotheK.L.O.  Ranch and get for  it a ton of Prime  Alfalfa Hay.  Other Animals  ta��en in trade for  Hay.  KELOWNA ^eoUD  .: ���||,i,nji -  i         ���     '     -���- -  ���-. ������ i'fr                       ��� I,  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  j  Mrs. Wynne Price   will    reoeive . on  Friday, September 34th.  *Sohoo| Inspeotor Anstey is in town  this week and is visiting the sohools  of the distriot.  Lance Corporal Clarke of the (U'h  spent last week-end in town ratttra'ng  to Vernon Monday.  ��� ���   o  Mr. and   Mrs. A. l'eabody'returosd  Friday last from their visit to the  coast.  ��� ���   ���  Lieutenants H. .1. Hewetson nnd K.  MoLaren returned Mondav morning to  Vemon after spending a short .time  here. ���  f -��   *  The limit o> time, for making entries  lor   the Distriot   Exhibits at the tall  fair has been extended to Friday, September 17th. '  ��   ��   ���  A preacher in California wants to  know where we will (ind the dead. He  can find some ol thorn In the stores  that do not advertise.  Builders* & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  .Phone  66  W. U|AUG  P.O. Box  166  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Financial Agents       Rents Collected  Properties Managed  Accident, Fire, Life, Marine and Employers'  Liability Insurance      '  NEW FALL  MILLINERY  ���'����������������������*���  Hats for Fall are Now  Here in the Latest Styles  All the latest colors.    We respectfully invite you  to View these and make your selection  Runnels at  ihe old price  We have to Jiand a consignment of French Cream  Flannels at tha old price.  50c.  65c.  75c.  PER YARD  New Separate Skirts  Separate Shirts in Blac$  and White chec$. Tweeds  and Serges in the latest'  Shape's.  Are now here direct from  the manufacturers.  From  $3 .50 up  JERMAN HUNT  LIMITED  Phone 361  Kclowna  The Ladies' Hospital Aid are holding; their annual Tag Day on the last  day of the tall lair, Wednesday, Sep  tember 39th.  ��   ���   '���  Mr. Sam McOuire and wife of Salmon Arm are spending a few days in  the oity, having arrived yesterday  by oar after stopping lor the military  review at Vernon by the Duke of Connaught.  ��� ��� ,* .  An Auction Bale ot household furniture, horses, Implements and an automobile is to be held next Thursday,  September 23rd at the residence of the  R��v. W. T. Beattie, Renvoulin (opposite Mission school). The goods to be  sold also includo the effects ol Mr. D,  C. Kingsbury.  to   ���  Mr. J. W. Cibson, director of elementary agricultural education for the  province has announced his intention  ol visiting Kelowna on Tuesday next,  September 21st. Ho wiil givo an illus  trated lecture in the evening in the  auditorium Of the publio school' on  "Sohool Hardening and School Groued  Improvements."  ��� ���   ���  The Kelawna Philharmonic Sooiety  will commence practice for. she winter  season on the first Wednesday in October. They hope to hold lour concerts during the- season, and their aim  will- be tb fully maintain the high  standard reaohed last year. The society is fully entitled to the public  support, not only for the high qu.-Oity  of their productions, but also because  the services ot the members are ull  purely voluntary, all profits ou tha  conoerts going to local benevolent  funds.  tat  Mr. Neil Gregory is offering a special  prise of t3 for the best and f 1 for the  second best essay by a pupil of the  publio sohool on "The Fair and What  I saw there.!' The contest is confined  to boys and girls of tbe publio sohool  only. Bev. Thos. Greene and Bev.  A. Dunn are to bo the judges.,  e   ���   ���  The announcement is made that the  business of Messrs. DalgMsh tt Harding has been taken over by the former's uncle, Mr. N. S. Dalgleish, of  Kamloops, whose large stores in that  city are well known. The Kalowna  business will be carried on under the  same management as heretofore, but  wjll be run in conjunction with the  Kamloops stores. It is the intention  of the management, too, to plaos the  business on a striotly oaah basis. The  change, though rendered neoessary in  the first plaos by the prevailing business depression following a period of  too rapM development, cannot fail to  plaoe the firm in a very muoh stronger position through its aseodnt'on  with the extensive Kamloops business.  nerjan  Mrs. Swerdfager and family returned  Sunday last after a lengthy stay at  the ooast. j  ��� at  , Mr. It. Archibald ol Vancouver ieat  present on a visit to his sister, Mrs.  I). MoFarlane. '  ��� ���   ��  Several car filled with Kelowna people went up to Vernon yesterday   for  J the military roview.  ��� e   *  Mrs. J. M. Johnston, oame up liom  Iftntlolon Sunday to meet her sister  who is on n visit from Winnipeg.  ��� a"   o  "The ladies' Aid ot the Methodist  Churoh are holding a sale oi homemade cooking on Saturday afternoon  ia the ttore formerly occupied by Mr.  A. B. Muirhead.  t   t   t  The grouse shooting season opened  yesterday and no doubt some good  bags will be brought in as grouse appear very plentiful in the surrounding  hills this year.  t   t   t  Entry forms and special prize lists  for the fall fair can be obtained by applying to the secretary, Mr. W. M. Edwards at his office in the Crowley  blook, or by writing to !'. 0. box <67.  Phone 233.  .* * *  Mr. and Mrs. M. T. I.ovoll and family are leaving Saturday to spend tbej  winter at Coatioook, Que. Mr. Smith  who has been visiting Mr. I.ovell during the past lew weeks will return at  the same time.  t   ���   ��  The committee in oharge ot tbe floral display ol the Women's Institute,  which is to be bald at the fall fair request all Institute ladies to send ii  their exhibits not later than the afternoon of the 27th. The ladies are all  urged to send flowers- so as to make  this first fair as large as possible.  Those exhibiting should also send vases for their own display.  t   t   t  W�� havo been asked to oorroot a mi*  iken    impression    in regard    to too  poultry division   ol tho fall fair.    In  the report of a recent meeting of   the  directors it was stated that no prizes  would be given for poultry but diplomas instead.   This   was wrong.   The  | hiteuthm fs*"to extend the number   of  awards and to givo in addition to the  lirst,    second and third prizes, diplomas as fourth, fifth and sixth prizes,  t   ���   t  The committees in oharge of the fall  fair are especially desirous that all  entries should be ia plaoe and ready  for the judges by the afternoon of  Monday, the first day. This is very  neoessary in order that the judges may  carry out their work without loss of  time, so as to have everything completed lor the opening at the hour arranged. Exhibitors should therefore  note that it will be impossible to ac  cept any entries after Monday.  C. Nicoll  Dray and Transfer Agent  Phone 132  Wil| more you quick and cheap  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 years' ex.  Krience in the Auctioneering  sines., particularly in lhe  . line of Cattle, Form Imple.  meats ant) Household Furniture; and this experience.is  at your dispose). It means  better r.suits from your auction sties.  Anyone wishing to arrange for  an Auction' Sale should sse or  write to  G.H.KERR  Auctioneer  P. 0. Box 195, Residence tt  Kelownt, B.C. GLENMORE  Wr*  3'EIEIc'lii'IBjaii^^  Choicest Seasonable Groceries at  Attractive Gash Prices  Choice Alberts Creamery Butter,  Friday and Stturtay Extra  ',-    Special. 31b. for ��l  Choice Salmon. Jib, tins 4 (or 25c  Western Brand Salmon  lib. nts 2 for 25c  Anglo-Saxon toilet piper, Roll 5c  Premium Boiled Hun,  Sliced to tute.par Ib. 35a  THESE PRICES ARE  BAKING POWDER SPECIALS  Your choice of either "Eggo" or  White Star, both guaranteed  '2W>. Has 45c. 51b. tins 75c.  Kri��Ut Corn Flake. 3 for 25c  Huntley tt Palmers and McVitie  tt Price biscuits in half lb. packets  anv variety per Ib. 30c  FOR SPOT CASH  ��� more Btrgaint it tht Cath Grocerr      Canst in and See  CAMPBELL 4 PRICE  Kelowna's Cash Grocery Pb,oot30  Firebox linings withstand years of urn b*>  cause raade^of McClary Semi-Steel. Sse a  .1  Kootenay  m^BildO You>u notice thc ItoSf* �����  *xlM &     made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McGlary dealer.     M  On $��le at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  Prices of DeLaval  Cream Separators  No.        Gal|, per hour ' Price.  4 -      135 - $40.0Q  .;.    5 -     200 - $50.00  io -    335 - : $65.00  12 -450 - $75.00  15 -      675- - $90.00  17    -    900    -    $110.00  We can arrange very liberal terms or give good Discount  (or Caah  We also carry in stock ������  Cream Cans 5 and 8 gallon  Milk Bottles Qo��'�� ��nd p������  Bottle Caps  Rubber Rings  Separator OH  ,     ���   ' ... j   ������'"���'.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Phone 150  Pendozi St. and Lawrence Ave.  Kelowna  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mesa'  EVERYTHING'made of Leather���including Harness. Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, flee.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Nut door to 23c Store; Phone  -'347.  WATER STREET.  KELOWNA  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Art now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coatt  ROUGH AND RN1SHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SH1NCP3  ^jS&jjj^^ ���BJatl  PAGE TEN  KELOWNA  RECORD  THUBSDAV, SEWBKBEIV16, ��1��  ( WANTED! )  FOR  SALE  MAY, bsled or loo.e. delivered.in Kelowna, $15 per ton. Thos. Bulman, phone  306 er 3206. 22tl  FOR SALE.���The prettiest home in  Kelowna will be sold very cheap and  on easy terms. Apply Box "E" lie-  cord, anti.  WOOD FOR SALB OR TRADE.-Very  choice Hr, 16-inch. For caah or will  trade lor stock saddle, shot gun or  ride.    Particulars at Record.     36tf,  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED.-Woman, middlv aged preferred lor store work tin 1 houseworlf*  Reference required. Apply in person  of phone 2103, I'.nnl Kolownn. W.L.  Chapman. 43tf.  NOTICE  All persons having in their  possession Orchard Boxes belonging to the WESTERN  ANNERS, LIMITED, are requested to Return them at  once to the Cannery.  W. G BENSON,  Liquidator  WARNING  Sportsmen are hereby warned that  Shooting is Not Allowed  on the Eatalrs of the KELOWNA  LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY.  LTD. and the SOUTHKELOW.  NA   LAND   COMPANY,  LTD  Trr prisser. will be prosecuted  MISCELLANEOUS  EXCHANGE.���We have inquiries from  Vancouver and Prairie Provinces for  fruit land. If you with to sell or exchange your propeity we shall be pleased to receive particulate. Bulman &  Cross, Willits Block.    Phone 306      22lf  WANTED.���Second hand demoorat or  road wagon, in good condition and  cheap. Apply P.O. Box 180.     41-3  WANTED���Board and lodging lor lady  and won, vicinity ol Ke'owna. Send  terms and references Box "A.M."  Record Office. -l2-*lp  SILO  Superior Band Iron (or Sale.  , Enquire of Okanagan Loan &  Investment Trust Company.  42.5  WANTED.���Woman want, work by day  week or month, nleep in or out. Apply Bov *D" Record. 42tf  LAMES HAIR DRESStNfS and cutting, singeing and shampooing, at  moderate charges by Mrs. J. Wilkie,  Woodlawn, Kelowna.  Glenview Dairy  When ordering MILK, or-  order the BEST; the cost  is just .the same  Phone 2302 JAS. B. FISHER  We have what you want in belli Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Price, right.     Delivery prompt.     Satisfaction guaranteed. ,  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES . - - Msnsgine-Directo  "J  Furniture Values at this store are Undoubtedly Attracive  An all-new stock, priced within reach  of all pocket books. Qualities and designs as found in all up-to-date stores  It's na trouble to show you. DjVt buy elsewhere before  visiting our display. We are prepared to furnish your  home from top to bottom, and guarantee you satisfaction  and money saved.  Just a Sample:  I -4 cut Fumed Oak, Round Extension Tables  Reg. $26.25 ;   Now $17.50  s,  I -4 cut Fumed Oak, Round Extension Tables  Reg. $19.75.;   N'ow $13.50  1-4 cut Fumed Oak Diners (set of six) ���  Reg. $29.50 ;   Now $20.00  1-4 cut Fumed Oak Bullet  Reg. $28.00 ;   Now $18.75  Heaters, Ranges, Cookstoves  Here is a display that pleases. The time has come when you  have lo figure on how to be comfortable for the winter. DO IT  NOW. We can aupply ranges at almost any price you want  to pay.    Heaters for conl or wood, or both from       $220, Up  Hardware Bargains in every section  Cash Counts Here���the Motto of this Store  Dalgleish & Harding  m WALK?  Automobile Service  to Fair Grounds  We have arranged to have three  cars running between Bernard Av.  and the Fair Gtv unds September  27, 28 and 29, and will charge 10c  per passenger, going or coming.  Cars will slatt from the Lakeview,  Royul and Palace Hotels. Competent drivers have bean secured  and we guarantee vou satisfaction  Burbank Motor Co, Ld.  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Hrs. J. H. Davies will be at Hr  Hathie's (over tailor shop, Pendof  street between the hours >l 2 'M aid  5.30 p.m. Saturday ol eaoh -iritk to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Rox 624, Kelowna. SOU.  Auction Sale  of Household    Furn ture, Horses and  Farm Implements, on  Thurs., Sept. 23rd  at 1 p.m. sharp at residence ol  Rev. W. T. Beattie, Benvoulin  HcEachern Ranch, opposite the  Hission School  Mr. 0. It. Kerr has been instructed to  sell the following property: One Slu  debaker Automobile,' 2 years in uso;  Day Gelding, 8 years old, weight about  1,000 lbs.; Brown Team GeMrngs, rising 4 and 0 years, weight 2,600; Hay  Mare, rising 8 years, about 1,650 lbs;  Grey Hare, rising 8 years old; about  1,600; Bliiok Gelding, 8" years old,  aliout 1,600) Lumber Wagon, A 1 order)  Cooltshutt Cultivator, new; F.uroka  Combination Seeder, ncw; Three-Star  Olivor 12-in. Plow, new; Ono Team  Harness, heavy. Light Democrat:  Light Harness.  PROPERTY OF THE KEV.  'W. T. BEATTIE  I Light Buggy, in good condition; lit  Brown and White Leghorn Hens, ono-  year old; Tent and Irnme, 12 x 11 It.;  I Fumed Oak Buffet; 1 Fumed Oak  Hound Extension Tablo; Oak Rockor;  Fumed Oak Dining Chairs, live small,  one arm; Large Fumed Oak Uooker;  Seagrasa Rocker; Child's Hooker; 1  Fumed Oak now Fdison.Disc Diamond  Point Phonograph, and 6 double records, cost 1115.00; 1 Improved Scam-  stresB drop-head Sewing Hachine; I  Oak Dresser nnd Stand; 2 Iron Bedsteads, Springs and Hnttresses; Kiteh-  n Stove; 1 Kitchen Cabinet; 1 New  Fairy Queen Heater, size 21; 4 Small  Rugs; 1 Wringer (ball bearing); 2  Wash Tubs nnd GIbbb Washboard; 1  Toilet Set; 1 Brussels -Square, 9 x 10,  'ootj 1 Aladdin Stand Lamp and shade  Kitchen Utensils; 2 Hand Lamps and  I,antom; 1 small Oak Table; 1 Two-  burner Oil Stovo; Set ol Asbestos  Irons. The furniture mentioned above'  is all practically now.  PROPERTY OF MR.  KINGSBURY  D. 0.  1 Singer Sowing Hachine; 1 Sowing  Cabinet; 1 Extension Dining Table;' 1  Arm Chair; 2 Hookers; 31 yards Linoleum, 6-leot wide, nearly hew; Toilet  Set; 2 Doublo Reds, springs and Hat-  tresses; 1 Drossor; 1 Single Bed, spring  and mattress; 1 Lounge; 2 Camp "ids;  Parlor Table; Good Kitchen Rang . B  burner Gasoline Stove; 1 Krtch'n Cupboard; 2 Kitchen Tables; 1 Washing  Hachine; Hall dozen Kitchen Chairs; 1  Wash tub and board; 9 Hand and 1  Hanging Lamps; 1 Dinner Set and other Dishes; 1 Dash Churn and Butter  Bowl; Pots; Pans and other Kitchen  Utensils; Lawn Hower; Dozen Brown  leghorn Hens, ono year old; 2 dozen  Pullets, cross between Brown and  White Leghorn, bred to lay strain.  TKKMS.-llorses and Wagons one-  third Cash, balance threo months on  joint note. Furniture, etc., strictly  Cash.  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer  Auction Sale  at the residence of  J. R. BEALE, Cadder Ave.  Saturday, September 18th  at 2.30 p.m.  Hr. Ci. H. Kerr has boen instructed to  ���ell by auction the following goods;  Solid Oak Dining Table. Set solid Oak  Dining Chairs, Iron Bed, white, Spring  HaHress, lelt Reetmore; Iron Camp  Bed, Camp Bed Mattress, Child's Cot  aod Commode, Hanging Lamp and  Piotures, Grass Rocker, 2 Chairs, Solid  Oak Desk, Buffet, Centre Table, Grass  Table, Stand Minor, Small Heater,  Chinaware, etc.  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT ".  ����*e4^����*)��������������������<����������e��we����������<����'>��e����e<  Notice is hereby given that;- pursuant  to the "Creditors Trust Deeds Act"  (Chapter 19) Alexander H. Dalgleish,  I'ercival F. Harding, and John F.  O'Neill, carrying on business as Retail  Hardware and Furniture Merchants under the firm name and style ot Dalgleish' It Harding, Kelowna, in the  Province of British Columbia, have  made an assignment, (or the benefit of  their creditors, of their real and personal property, credits and effects  which may bo sized and sold under  execution to Stanley G. Collier, Accountant, ol 573 Cnrrall Streot, Vancouver, B. C, which assignment la  dated August 30th, 1015.  A meeting ol the creditors will be  held at the offioe of the Canadian  Credit Men's Association, in the city  ol Vancouver, on Tuesday the 7th day  ol September, 1916, at -the hour of 8  p.m., to receive statement of affairs  nnd for tho general ordering of the  businoss.  - All claims must he.verified bir statu  lory declaration and be fried with the  undersigned, anil to entitle any creditor to vote, his claim must be- filed on  or before the date, of the meeting.  All persons indebted to the said Dalgleish and Harding are requested to  pay the amount due by them, to the  assignee forthwith.  And notice is hereby further given  that aftor the 7th day of October, the  assigneo will proceed to distribute -the  assets ol tho debtors amongst the par  ties entitled thereto having regard only to thc claims ol which notice shall  then have been given and that he will  not be liable for the assets or nny  portion thereof so distributed to any  oorson or persons of whose claims he  shall not then have had notice.  Dated this 2nd day of September,  1015.  STANLEY G. COLLIER,  Assignee,    Vancouver, B.C.  i:  70 Carloads 70  During the past week over Seventy Carloads of fruit  and Vegetables were shipped by our local dealers.  Sixty-eight in straight cars and the balance by local freight  and express. Seventy cars in one week is aome boast for  the Kelowna farmers.  During the past week over 400 tons  of Tomatoes went into the Cannery    ;  400 tons in a week is some boast for our local Cannery.  We are doubtful if any city of like sise can make audi ���  boast for one week's handling of produce, and Optimism  runs high amongst all utdt-assake ani thinking people.  We have still another boast  we want you to make note of. We still carry the most  complete Grocery atock in the Valley, in fac! it has often  been ssid that we have the most up-to-date retail grocery  in the interior. <  We give the best SERVICE of any store in the cily; our  VALUES are the best; and the QUALITY of our gobds is  the highest obtsinable.     This is some boail for ourselves I  Ws wast tow buses*.       We Merit year badass*.  Ws spsrscists year ksaiaiii.  The McKenzie Coy., Ltd.  " Quality and Service " our Metto Phone 214  One Sunday morning a deacon observed a boy industriously fishing.  Alter the lad had landed several, he  approached and said: "My son, it is  very cruel to impale that poor, helpless beetle upon thnt sharp hook.'*  Said the hoy: "Oh, say, milter  this is only an imitat'on; it ain't a  real bug."  Bless    me!"   replied    tho   deacon.  "Why I thought it was a real bug!"  The boy, lifting a fine string of fish,  said: *So did those suckers."  .  Millinery  Opening  Mrs. Rattenbury announces  her usual Millinery Opening  on the 17th and 18th of Sept.  A large ahowing of Trimmed  Hats with the newest novelties,  also a large assortment of ahapes  All the newett colors and  latest styles  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lssvss Kslswas ��� ..���., 3.30 ym  Lssvss Wastes.* 1.30 s*., 4>.sj.  Extra Service on '  Wednesdays & Saturdays  lssvss Kelowaa 11 a.s*.  Lssvss We.tb.sk 11.30 s.p.  TERMS STRICTLY CASfc  Cl H.KERR   -   Auctioneer  Whatever��New and Correct  You Will Find In Our Style Guide  To picture for you in the most  understandable n anner the new  models for Fall and Winter a Guide  has been prepared which will be  jn your hands at once.  It is timely and wholly reliable,  and the distinctive styles will instantly meet with your approval.  The quality, reliability and value  ol our clothes st from $15 to $45  sre beyond question. They .represent the acme of clothes making.  Our fabric .election is wide in  range and strong in quality.  We invite-you to inspect at c'oss  view -llie wonderful showing we  have ready. Ws ars hers to satisfy  you in every particular.  Some New Arrhralt in  Men'8       ^fe>"  Furnishings     "jl^gi  Ballantyne's Sweater Coals Pride of the West Knit Goods  Jaeger's Heather Sox and Wool Helmets  English Armv Motor Caps, "iust right for the beys at the front UNDERWEAR���Mens and  Boys'. Stanfield'.. Ceetee, Wataon's Penman', snd Tiger. " Are there any other.? " NEW  NECKWEAR. HATS sad SHIRTS.   New Gloves and Milt. (Fownes) for fine wesr, aad  A. R. Clarke's for the man that works  P.S.-Our special samples of materials for Women's Coata and Suit* MAN TAILORED ara now la.   Ss* than  I I I ������������.������S������������Iegg������������ !��    ' '   ���       i ���!' ���  Thos. Lawson, Limited

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