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 T ������~  iai9  iietotoma  l/t0ttsm** ss****1*'  V'etttria. ��.C.  VOL. XL  NO. 50  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1919.���4 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  City Will Pot Funds  into Victory Bonds  Bonds Will  Be Accepted  Payment of City Taxes  in  Satisfactory arrangements have  been made, Mayor Sutherland reported at Monday's council meeting, (or the city to accept Victory  Bonds in payment of tales. Canvassers for the Victory Loan have  been instructed as to the exact pro-  cedure to follow in cases where  the purchaser of a bond intenda to  turn it over to the city.  Aa to the city'a own contribution  to the Loan it waa suggested bv  His Worship that as soon aa the  total amount of tax receipts was  ascertained the Finance committee  be advised to hold a meeting and  that they be authorized to invest  such part of the city's sinking fund  as they deemed expedient in Victory Bonds.  City Clerk Dunn, who had been  sent by the council as delegate to  the convention of the Union of  B.C. Municipalities, gave a brief  report of what had taken place  there, mentioning aome of the  more important suggestions which  had been made to the government  for inclusion in the new Municipal  Act which is at present under consideration.  Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cushing left  Monday  on a 'visit to Coaticook,  N.S.  The I.O.D.E. dance announced  for November I Ith has been postponed, tg  A new regulation to take effect  Nov. lat changes the hours of the  local C.PR. telegraph office to  weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and  Sundays 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.  At the whiat drive held laat night  by the Women'a Auxiliary of the  G.W.V.A. nearly a hundred people  were preaent, the affair being a  most successful one. As a result  of the event a sunt of $40 will be  turned over to the building fund  In disposing of surplus military  supplies the authorities at Ottawa  are giving to all returned men the  opportunity to supply their needs,  and last week an order amounting  to about $250 was sent off on behalf of local members of the  G.W.V.A. The articles most in  demand are blankets, sweater coats,  flannelette and cloth. A further  order is to be sent next week.  The Women's Auxiliary of the  G.W.V.A. are arranging to decorate  the Morrison Hall for the War  Veterana' dance oh "Armistice  Night," November Uth, on an  elaborate and unusual plan. Various battles in which the Canadians  took part are to be represented in  the scheme.  Okanagan Teachers  Meet at Vernon  Department Grants Holiday to  Attend Convention  Kelowna Aims to Raise  -$180,000 of Loan  Canvassers Are Now Busy  Throughout the District  Rutland News  (Tram oar own oorro.DondsQt).  Messrs. Clarence Duncan and  L. Wanless, having announced  their intention of leaving shortly  for the Peace River country, a  farewell dance is to be given in  their honor next Tuesday in the  school house.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid are  giving a social in the school-house  next Friday, with a good program  of muaic, games and refreshments.  The Rutland War Memorial  monument will now very soon be  erected. Efforts are being made to  have it here and in place by  "Armistice Day" November 11 th.  Those in charge are anxious to get  in all subscriptions by that date,  and all who have promised assist  ance are asked to make their payments as soon as possible, leaving  them in care of Mra. Hardy at the  store. Cheques should be made  payable to the secretary, Mrs. S.  Gray. Announcements concerning the unveiling ceremony will be  made later.  TOMATO GROWERS  A general meeting will be held  in the Rutland school-house on  Monday, November 3rd at 8 p.m.,  to discuss the future price of  tomatoes with the canners. All  growers are urgently requested to  attend.  The teachers of the Okanagan  and Similkameen met in convention in the Vernon courthouse last  Friday and Saturday. The Department of Education granted Friday  aa a holiday to all teachers attending the convention. Nearly 100  teachera were preaent and as a result the convention waa a real live  affair. The president, Mr. Jamea  Gordon, of Kelowna, was in the  chair, and opened the convention  with an inspiring and able address  on the status of the teaching profession. In the course of his ad-  dress he stated that the low status  of the teaching profession was due  to the low salaries paid. In a  world which still believed that a  man was worth what he earned  and earned what he deserved,  there was no room for leadership  originating from the teachera, for  only the so-called leading citizena  could get a hearing even in educational leadership. He contended  that the business of the teacher so  far as men were concerned was a  good enough side-line, but as a  serious life work it was an absurdity. The tenure of office was too  insecure. No-one wanted an old  teacher and a man might find him-  self after years of faithful service in  the interests of the children of a  community, merely an object of  pity and patronage.  He contended alao that the appointment of teachers should be  taken out of the hands of Boards  of Trustees and placed in the hands  of officials who knew the needs ol  the various schools and |he qualifications and records of the teachers. The salaries of teachers  should be put on a similar basis to  the Civil Service and thus the degradation of approaching school  boards for advances in aalary  would be abolished. He thought  that the appointment of those who  were to teach, train, and influence  the young life of a community  should not be left to chance aa it  often is at present. Boards of  trustees in a large measure represented the ratepayers alone. Many  trustees were not even parents;  some had families grown up, and  were more interested in keeping  down the ratea than in advancing  education. His solution of the educational problem was the attraction of a high type of teacher into  the profession by better salaries  and greater security, making the  profession less dependent upon  the whims and prejudices of changing trustees and of faddists. At  present the teaching profession  was a profession of slavery, but  the fact that teachers everywhere  were organizing showed that they  were starting on the road to freedom,      s  A good deal of business was put  through in the afternoon, including  the reports ot the various committees. The salaries committee  reported that it had been successful in influencing the' School Boards  to increase salaries. In most cases  small increases had been granted.  In the evening the convention  listened to a highly instructive paper by Mr. Mitchell, of Kelowna,  on Manual Training, in which he  showed the educational value ot  manual  training.  Several resolutions came before  the convention, the moat important  being that the teachers of the Ok-  anagan and Similkameen unite  with the B.C. Federation, The reaolution was carried with enthusiasm.  The convention met again on  Saturday morning and finished up  all business left over from the previous day. It was resolved to hold  another convention in the spring  for the discussion of purely technical matters connected wilh school  work. The annual business meeting of the Association was fixed to  be held each fall. The new officebearers appointed were : President  D. J. Welsh, Enderby; first vice-  pres., S. Macdonald, Summerland ;  second vice-pres,, Miss Cavers,  Vernon; recording secretary, Miss  Brown, Summerland; corresponding secretary, A. S. Matheaon, Penticton.  Kelowna's objective in the present Victory Loan "drive is $ 180,000.  This is rather less than last year,  when nevertheless the allotted sum  wa. largely over-subscribed. The  cotps of canvassers, which is now  hard at work, ahould have a much  easier task, and it is possible the  amount will be reached long before  the three weeks period of the  drive is passed. Though possibly  the drive lacks the glamour and  attractiveness lent bv a war almost  won, yet all sensible, people realize  that need of the money is just ss  great, and the purposes to which it  is to be applied just as patriotic.  Up to last night the total subscription turned in by the town  collectors was $29,500. To win  the Prince of Wales' honor flag it  will be necessary to reach the  figure of $ 120,000. For $ 150,000  one crest will be added, and for  the full amount of the objective,  two crests will be added.  The local office of thc aecretary,  Col. Belson, is located in the  G.W.V.A. room, and all information can be obtained there, or from  any canvasser.  Coldstream Estate is  Offered to Govt.  The famous Coldstream ranch is  lo be sold, according to the statement of Mr. R. E. Lundy, the representative of Lord Cowdray, and  Mr. Buchanan, who ia at present on  s visit from England.  This ranch comprises about 13,-  000 acres and includes the largest  orchard, in one solid block, in  Canada, there being 750 acres of  bearing trees, principally apples of  standard varieties. There are also  thousands of acrea of range and  hay meadows, as well as large  areas of cultivated agricultural  lands all of which ia under irrigation.  In connection with an offer of  the eatate to the government bv  the Cowdray interests, Premier  Oliver stated that no offer had been  made by the government at any  lime. More than a year ago, however, the Land Settlement Board  caused an inventory  to  be  made  Local Couple Married  The wedding took place yesterday afternoon of David Lawson,  lately returned from overseas service with the 54th Battalion, to  Mias Helen Duncan. The ceremony  which waa performed by the Rev.  E. D. Braden, took place at 5 p.m.  at the reaidence of the bride's  brother, Mr. Iss. Duncan, of Cadder  Avenue. Miss S. Simpson acted  aa brideamaid, the best man being  Mr. D. K. Gordon. Following the  wedding a reception and dance  were held, attended by many  friends of both bride and groom.  This morning Mr. and Mrs. Lawson  left by the morning's boat for a  brief honeymoon, after which they  are to make their home at Armstrong.  and placed its own estimate on the  properly at somewhere in the region of $900,000. The matter did  not get any further and the government now has been offered the  property as it stands for .f 1,500,000.  Frost Gives Farmers  Anxious Time  Damage    Done   However   is  Comparatively Small  The past week has been an  anxioua one for the fruitgrowers of  the Okanagan owing tu the un-  unusually severe frost and wintry  weather which the valley experienced in common with other parts of  the country. Temperatures fell to  ten and twelve degrees of frost in  some places, sufficient to do considerable damage to the apple crop,  a large percentage of which still  remains unpicked. Fortunately  the frost has been followed hy  snow and a gradually rising thermometer, and it now seems certain  that the loss will be comparatively  small. All picking operations had,  ol courae, to be auspendea, but  have now been resumed, the fruit,  apparently, being little worae.  Japanese privy council Monday  last approved the German peace  treaty.  All Canadian soldiers are expected to be home by December 1st  Only about 3000 remain in Britain.  The Kelowna Athletic Club is to  hold a meeting in the club room  behind Morrison Hall on Tuesday  next, November 4th, at 8 p.m.  Arrivals on today's boat were  Lis. Gladstone and Walter Fuller,  who have been serving with the  Royal Air Force in England.  That a large portion of the Alberta potato crop has been entirely  ruined by the recent heavy frost is  the report lhat is now being received from many sections of the  province What the loss will actually  amount to ia not at the moment  known but this has been variously  estimated at from 50' to 80 per  cent.  A movement is beginning to take  form in New Westminster to abandon the present method of city administration by a mayor and council and adopt instead the commission form of government.  Hon. Dr. S. F. Tolmie, minister  of agriculture, was returned at lhe  head of the poll in the federal  bv-election held at Victoria Mon-  day, his majority being 2,082. The  figures were: Tolmie (Unionisl),  7,105; T. A. Barnard (Federated  Labor Party), 5,023.  Bank figures for August show a  total of $1,196,632,931 and the depositors in savings banks are thus  in the happy position of being ahlr>  to subscribe the $300,000,000 aaked for during the present Victory  Loan campaign almost four times  over. Such gratifying evidence of  prosperity as these figures furnish  the success of the new and final  Victory Loan should be outstanding.  Messrs. W. D. Walker, Claude  James, W. Craig, A. C. Poole, and  Geo. E. Thompson are amongat  the jurymen attending the Assizes  at Vernon this we-k.  A party of CP.R. officials consisting of T. C. Macnab, district  superintendent, W. B. Harris and  H. A. Plow, car service agent and  diatrict freight agent respectively  at Vancouver, and L. K. Curtis,  car service agent at Winnipeg, accompanied bv R. M. Winslow, of  the B. C. Traffic Association, came  down to Kelowna Sunday and met  a number of the fruit shippers to  to discuss the present car situation.  In Admiral Lord Jellicoe's report  upon the question of naval defence  for the British Empire and her  colonies in the Pacific Ocean and  the Far East which is now before  the Australian House of Representatives, he assumes that future danger to the Empire and her colonies  lies in the Pacific and the Far  East.  Victory Bonds will Not bo Taxed  OFFICIAL PROSPECTUS  "The Bridge from War to Peace"���The Prince ot *���*���.�����.  Jf ���'':�����* Ms.  The Minister op Finance or the Domoniooi of Canada offers for Public Subscription the  Victory Loan 1919  $300,000,000. 5H?0 Gold Bonds  Bearing interest from November 1st, 1919, and offered in two maturities, the choice of which is optional  with ths subscriber as follows:  S year Bonds due November 1st, '"34 18 year Bonds due November 1st, 1934  Principal payable without charge at ths Office of the Ivlinigter of Finance and Receiver General at  Ottawa, or at the Office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal,  Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Victoria.  Bonds may be registered as to principal or aa to principal and Interest, ss hereinafter provided, at any  of the above-mentioned offices.  Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly, May lat and November 1st, at any branch In Canada  of any Chartered Bank. ^J  Principal and Interaat payable la OuM.  Dssmmlnstlonsi $M, $1M, $M0, and'fl.M*  Issue Prices 100 and Accrued Interest,  Income Return 5^% per Annum  The proceeds of the Loan will be u.od to pay Indebtedness Incurred, and to meet expenditures  to be made In connection with demobilization (Including the authorized war service gratuity  to our soldiers, land settlement loans, and other purposes connected with their re-establlshment  Into civil life), for capital outlay upon shipbuilding, and other national undertakings forming  part of Canada's Industrial reconstruction programme, and for the establishment of any necessary credits for the purchase of grain, foodstuffs, timber and othar products, and will be spent  wholly In Canada.  Payment to be made as follows:  10% on application: 20% December 9th, 1919; 20% January 9th, 1920;  20% February 10th, 1920; 31.21% March 9th, 1920.  The last payment of 31.21% covers 80% balance of principal and 1.21% representing accrued interest  at &M% from November 1st to due dates of the respective instalments.  A full half-year's interest will be paid on May 1st, 1920, making the cost of the bonds 100 and interest.  Subscriptions may be paid in full at the time of application at 100 without interest, or on any instalment due date thereafter, together wttlwiccrued interest at the rate of 5H% per annum.  This Loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, ana both principal and interest are  a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.  The amount of this issue is $300,000,000, exclusive of the amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of  bonds of previous issues. The Minister of Finance, however, reserves the right to allot the whole nr any  part of the amount subscribed in excess of 1800,000,000.  Payments  All cheques, drafts, etc., covering instalments are to be mads payable to the Credit of the Minister of  Finance. Failure to pay any Instalment when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture, and  the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions other than those jrald in full on application must be accompanied by a deposit of 10%of the amount subscribed. Official Canvassers will forward subscriptions or any  branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank will accept subscriptions and issue receipts.  Subscriptions may be paid in full at time of application at 100 without interest, or on any instalment  due date thereafter, together with accrued interest to time of making payment in full. Under this provision,  payment of subscriptions may be made as follows:  If paid in full on or before November loth, 1919, par without interest or 100%.  If remaining instalments paid on Dec. 9th, 1919, balance of 90% and interest (190.82 per $100).  If remaining Instalments paid on Jan. Oth, 1920, balance of 70% and interest ($70.84 per $100).  If remaining instalments paid on Feb. 10th, 1920, balance of 80% and interest ($81.08 per $100).  If remaining instalment paid on Mar. Oth, 1920, balance of 30% and interest ($31.21 per $100).  Payment of instalments or payment in full after November 18th, 1919, can be made only on an instalment due date.  Denomination and Registration  Bearer bonds, with coupons, will be issued in denomination of $60, $100, $800, and $1,000, and may be  registered as to principal.   The first coupon attached to these bonds will be due on May 1st, 1920.  Fully registered bonds, the Interest on which is paid direct to the owner by Government cheque, will be  issued in denominations of $800, $1,000. $8,000, $10,000, $28,000, $80,000, $100,000, or any multiple r'  $100,000.  Payment of Interest  A full half-year's interest st tha rate of 6H% per annum will be paid May 1st, 1920.  Form of Bond and Delivery  Subscribers must Indicate on their applications the form of bond and the denominations required, and  the securities so indicated will be delivered by the bank upon payment of subscriptions in full.  Bearer bonds of this issue will be available for delivery at the time of application to subscribers desiroui  of making payment In full. Bonds registered aa to principal only, or fully registered as to principal and  interest, will be delivered to subscribers making payment in lull, as soon as the required registration can be  made.  Payment of all instalments must be made at the bank originally named by the subscriber.  Non-negotiable receipts will be furnished to all subscribers who desire to pay by instalments. These  receipts will be exchangeable at subscriber's bank for bonds on any instalment date when subscription it  paid in full.   AU receipts must bs exchanged before lat June, 1920.  Form of Honda Interchangeable  Subject to the payment of 28 cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without  coupons will have the right to convert into bonds with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will  have the right to convert into fully registered bonds without coupons, at any time, on application tt> the  Minister of Finance or any Assistant Receiver General.  Forms of application may be obtained from any Official Canvasser, from any Victory Loan Committee,  or member thereof, or from any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank.  Subscription Lists will close on or before November 15th. 1919  Department of Finance, Ottawa, October 27th, 1919. 1 ���  .-  PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, October 30,1  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and in portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of fl an aore. Not  more than 2,500 acreB will be leased to  one applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  made by the applicant In person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the distriot In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application muat be accompanied by a fee of |6, which will be refunded If the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions of seotlons, and In unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for t'ac full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty tnereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, aur.lt returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at  the rate of $10 an acre.  For full Information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.R��� unauthorized  publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all kinds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243 Delivery  G.W.  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to  tlie C.P.R. whatf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All ftinds o*P Repairs  BhRNAKD AVENUE.  KELOWNA.  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phon. 287.    P.O. Box 351  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  Pabliahad evrsry Thuraday at Kalowna,  JOHN LEATHLEY  WKer    td Propriotor  SUB8CBIPTI0N  BATES  ysar:   7S...   six   month..  rjtaitss)  H.SO   _.  Htatss 10 aatk addMoasU.  Subscriber. .4 th. ragular rats oaa b*v.  sltra Mttsrs mailed to friends .t . dlstUM.  st HALF KATE. I.S.. 75 cenls osr vsu.  This  sneri.1 orirlbes   Is   rutsd   lot   tks  unrtKMM ol .dv.rtisin. ths trite sad district.  All .nbsoiiotlODS rssvabla 1. .dv.nos  ADVEBT1SINO  BATCH  I llllUK NOTICES.  PHorBSSlUNAL CABDB.  ETC.. fcA osnts iter column inoh osr ssssk.  LAND AND TIMBER  NtvnOEH-SO .U.S. SrV  SO davs ST.  WATER NOTIOES-SS lor live inurllons.  1,80*1  ADVERTISINO-Klrst    insertion.    IS  osnts nsr Host saoh ssbsstttren! Inmllon. B  osnts osr lias.  nlSI'I.AY    ADVERTISEMENTS - Tare  tasks.  and  under.  SO oente nsr Inch  lirst rnsertiop  over  two indie.  40 osats  [mm   inch lirst   la*  sertlo.:    20  oent.   DM   lunh  cch   subsequent  .   Inssrtlon.  i-l.AS.sll.-iKI)   ADVERTISEMENTS -S corns  osr word    lirst  insertion.   1   asst per  word  eaoh sabasuuent insertioa.  Why is it necessary lo have another Victory Loan ? Have you  heard this query? Or have you  asked il?  The Victory Loan ol thia year  stands out as the bridge between  war and peace. 1 he war ia over.  Cur boys won that. The reconstruction period is dawning and we  at home must win that.  Much ol the money that Canada  is asking (ot will be needed to clean  up the war debt. The expenses ol  demobilization were heavy, and  there is still much of it unpaid.  Now that our men are back, let it  not be said that we repudiated the  debt (or bringing them back.  The sick and wounded soldiers  still in hospitals are expecting that  Canada will care (or them and their  dependents until they have been  returned to health and strength.  The hospital services must be maintained at (ull strength as long as  there are returned men needing  attention.  Many men through disability are  unable to return to their pre-war  occupations. The Department o(  Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment is  doing a fine work in training returned Boldiers in trades and professions lhat they can earn a living  at, and is following up the training  and seeing that they obtain remunerative employment. The maintaining of this branch of reconstructive  service calls (or much funds, and  the Victory Loan will be used to  pay (or it as well as the other purposes.  Under the Soldiers' Land Settlement Act, enough monev is lent to  returned soldiers to enable them to  buy and stock a (aim. This money  will be repaid at a low rate of interest. The soldier is thus given a  chance to re-instate himself in civil  life, and production is given a boost.  Of the total amount of the forthcoming loan, $24,000,000 has been  appointed to finance the soldier--  farmers.  Pensions to the disabled and dependents of our glorious dead, as  well as the authorized gratuities will  be other items on the expense  sheet. These are some of the obligations owing to the returned  soldier who is now in health.  The maintaining of Canada's  prosperity is an important reason  why the Victory Loan should be a  smashing success. The money is  needed to finance the credits to  overseas countries so that they may  continue their trade relationa with  us. If Canada cannot give these  credits other countries will, and  then Canada will lose all that great  overseas trade that haa been the  mainstay of our agricultural and  industrial life (or so long.  As an inves'ment Victory Bonds  are eminent. Paying 5J per cent.,  selling above par on the open market, and guaranteed by the Dominion ���what furth-r reason can you  have for hesitating? The Victory  Loan 1919 ought to be oversubscribed, and all right-thinking citizens will do their utmost to see  lhat such a result is obtained.  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract for Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland'  Tractor.  Powev   Belt   work   up   to  20 H.P.  Bankhead Orchard Co.Ld.  KELOWNA  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "at prepareii'       Kelowna Troop.  Troop First;  S.IILa.1  Edited by "Wolf."   Oct. 28,  1919  ORDERS by command for week  ending Thursday, November 6th.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week. Eagles, and also for the week  following; next for duty, Otters.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Tuesday, November 4th, at 7.15  p.m.  In future at parades, shorts wil)  not be required as a necessary part  of the uniform. Thatistosa> when  patrols are being inspected for  neatness, it will be possible for them  to obtain full marks without wear-  ing shoits.  a        .  The annual meeting of lite Boy  Scouts local association will be  held at the clubroom on Thursday,  November 20th, at 8 p.m. We  hope that all parents of the scouts,  and also all friends of the troop  will make a point of attending this  meeting. Officers will be appointed for the year, and all business  will be considered in connection  with the welfare of the troop. We  intend to have the accounts of all  members of the Iroop straightened  out before this meeting, so that we  ahall be able to make an exact  estimate aa to how the finances of  the troop stand at present.  Wo would ask all scouts who wish to  volunteer (or service in the 1919 Victory  Loan Campaign  to  let  tha  Scoutmaster  have their names as soon .a possible, as  the campaign is at present ill progress, and  there ia a good deal ol work in connection  with it which might be dona by any who  find they can spare the time.  .       .  .  The Scoutmaster is at preaent engaged  in determining which patrol ia entitled to  to the Aquatic Shield for the years  1918  and 1919.    We might unofficially announce,  however, that the Otters appear to stand a  little better chance than the roet for having  their names inscribed on this ahield.  a     . a  .  At a recent meeting it wa. given out that  in all probability each patrol would  be  called upon at different week, to write an  item for the scout column.   We did not  expect that patrol leadera would be wildly  enthusiastic about this, a. thay appear to  want ua to think that they have no genius  in the literary line, but it standa to reason  that the writer ia not able to find out what  is going on amongst each patrol, and alter  all the idea of writing the  column i. to  make known what the troop Is doing from  week to week.   During the winter month.  thia will not ba such an easy job,  as the  activities of acouta are necessarily lessened,  so if any of the P.L's feel that ihey would  be able to contribute an item,  it  doesn't  matter how amall ao longa. it i. something,  why for goodness sake "dan't be backward  in coming forward."  A new scout magazine, the "Canadian  Roy," haa been published in Canada, and  ia our official scout paper, juat a. the  "Scout" ia the English official paper. We  have subscribed to this, and have one or  two copie. which we ahall distribute  amongat the troop at the next meeting. If  you are thinking of subscribing to a scout  paper, thia ia probably better than the  "Scout" aa it deals with the life of tha  Canadian Boy Scout, and this we would  be able to appreciate more, alao it haa  some verv good editorials. However, you  will be able to judge for yourselves when  you aaa it.  At the meeting on Tuesday evening, the  21 at inatant, there was a marked improvement noticed in the attendance aa compared with that of th. previous Saturday. The  troop waa divided into three section., and  these received instruction in gymnastics,  physical training and tumbling successive.  ly. Wa hope to become experts at  tumbling ao that we may be able to put  thia on aa an item in the coming concert,  and to do thia we shall have to aaa good  attendance at the regular meetinga, which  we hope to have if certain membera of tha  troop can only drag themselves away trom  their lessons (?) for an hour or ao a week.  Govt, to Supply  Educational Facilities  The government agent at Kamloops has been notified that the  government is willing to assist in  the education of all children who,  for certain reasons, are unable to  attend the public schools either in  | the cities or rural districts. Free  text books will be supplied and a  correspondence course carried out.  Parents whose children are in these  particular circumstances should apply at once to the department of  education at Victoria and take advantage ol this opportunity.  Short Pieces for the  Wolf Cubs  By the Old Silver Wolf  We had our hike to Knox Mountain on  Saturday and the boyi who went ���aid it  wat the bett and mott enjoyable held thii  year. It tnowed mott of the time but a  big fire wat built (which many of our  chumt in town taw), and mppur wat prepared. At one time there Wat steak, bacon  potatoes and applet being cooked, betidet  five cant on to boil, which waa a fine ahowing. 1 have often noticed a good tpirit between the cubt, and when one boy had  brought nine tlicet, two potatoet, three  tautage rolls and an apple for tupper, and  then found he had actually forgotten hit  cake���why, the others all shared up and  taved him' disappointment.  Six of our leading boya have been transferred to the tcoutt, where, we are ture  they will make a name for themtelvet and  for the Pack in which they got their early  training. We are torry to lose them, and  especially Alwin and John, who have left  town. Alwin waa one of the bett cubt I  have known, and the way in which the  boyt tpeak of him proven thit to be right.  I have never heard him grumble or known  him to be scared. "Bill," who uted to  keep ua amused with hit sayingt, hat alto  gone.  Now we have got to get together and  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that J. C. Curtis, whose  addreas is Engl.nd, will apply for a licence to take and use 25 acre feet of water  out of Sutherland Spring, which flows  North-Westerly and drains into Okanagan  Lake through District Lot No. Nine (9).  The water will be diverted from the  stream at Intake T. Map 8,400, near the  N.-W. corner of District Lot 137, Osoyoos  Division, and will be uaed for Irrigation  purpose upon the land described aa Sub-  Lot 43, Rag. Plan 202, Oaoyooa Division.  This notice was posted on the ground on  the 27th day of October, 1919. A copv  of thi. notice and an application purauant  thereto and to the Water Act, 1914, will  be filed in the office of the Water Record,  er at Vernon. Objectiona to the application may be filed with the Mid Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildinga, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty daya after the firat appearance of thi. notice in a local newapaper. The date of the firat publication  of thia notice is October 30. 1919.  J. C. CURTIS, Applicant."  H. G. M. WILSON, Agent.  50-2.2  Professional Cards  BURNE * WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. G. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA" B.G.  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, t: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR et BUILDER:  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. CE.  Consulting Gloll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Surveys .nd Rsports on Ininuon Work.  Applications for Water License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Reiidence       313  Vernon. B.C  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentiit,  Willita Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  (Ut. 29th B.��.)  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson fit Mantle Block     -     Kelowna  Moving in in October. Addreas meanwhile  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phonea: Business 164; Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  HERGA AMBLER SS2T  Lessons in Voice. Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  keep our Pack up to scratch. We must  all "Do Our Best ��� There will be no parade to-morrow as ita Halloween, but next  Friday we ahall meet and every boy must  be there as new sixers will be appointed  and new sixes made up. We shall meet  at 7.15. lam sorry to say that no newboys  can join the Pack until we get another  aubmaster. Several boys ate waiting to  join and have been asking when they can  attend.   We ara sorry to say: "Not yet."  The Newest Auto Horns  are shown here and will prove interesting.   Come in  and look at them.   While here you may remember you ,  are out of motor oil or that your brakes need new lining.  Such things are to be found here, of course, aa are all  sorts of auto supplies. Same high quality, same low prices  Battery Service Station  GAS        OILS TIRES  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi  cc  Lawrence  j. W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephonaa  Oar 287  Night 76  The Independent Meat Market, Ellis Stat  Has a fine showing thia week of  Beef, Mutton, Veal  Pork and Lamb  Than which no better is to be found.   One trial ia I  we ask and can guarantee to suit the moat fastidious-  AND   THE  PRICES  ARE  RIGHT  POWICK & NEWMAN -      - Phone li.  The KELOWNA THEATR  FRIDAY and SATURDAY  MARY PICKFORD in "THE HOODLUM"  Evenings, 8.15 only. Children 25c, Adults 5(  Matinee Saturday 3 p.m., 20c. and 35c.  MONDAY and TUESDAY  "JOAN OF PLATTSBURG," featuring Mabel Normand  Coming soon~"HEARTS OF THE WORLD"  AUCTION SALB  Property of A. H. HOMUTH  To be sold at his ranch on Vernon on Vernon road,  Six miles from Kelowna  Saturday, November 8th, 1919  Reg.  2-year-old  Aberdeen   Angus   'Black   McGregor."  No.  Reg. Clyde Stallion "Dasn Swift'  (English registry No. 5397 ; Can.  adian 12936)  I0.year.old Mare,     1300 lba.  6      ���       Mars,    1400   ���  4      ���       Gelding, 1400 ���  4      ,. ���       1200 ,.  4      ���       Mara.     1200 ..  2 Milch Cows, (rash laat Auguat  3-year-old Cow, (rash  3 Yearling Heifers  Yearling Steer  4 Heifer Calves  lag. 2  Bull,  17800.  1917 Overland Car, wire wheel.  2 sets Heavy Double Harness  1 aet Light ���     .    ���  Set Single Harness  2 Stock Saddles  Lady's Stock Saddle  2 pairs Chapa  4 Horse Blankets  6 Horse Collar, and Halters  Frost ot Wood Mower, 4}-ft.  Deering Mower, 5-ft  Hay Tedder  Set Iron Harrows  2 Plow.  Scuffler  Buggy  New Cutter  Sat Bob Sleighs  3 Buggy Cushions  Democrat  Road Cart  Sat 4-ton Springe  2 seta Horse Forks and cable., 160  feet each  3 sets Slings  3 pair. Derrick.  Many articles  Piano, coat $1200  Complete Parlor Suits  Complete Dining-room Suits  China and Glaaawara  Carpet. Pictures  Chaira Small Table.  4 Bedroom Suite.  Oliver Typewriter  Steel Range  Large Meat Safe  Lard Pro  All Kitchen  Utensils, Dishes  Cutlery  2 Hay Knives  3 Hay Slipa  2 Ladders  Quantity Pulleya and Ropes  10 tons No. I Seed Oata  Sat Scales, 1,200 lb. capacity  Platform Scale, 5-ton asperity  Complete Blacksmith Outfit  Complete Carpenter'. Outfit  2 paira lea Tongs  Bicycle Knife Grinder  Power Horee Clipper  New Bicycle  Cream Separator and Barrel Chi  . 3 oak Barrels  Lawn Mower  4 sets Doubletreea  Set 3-horse Doubletree  40 roda Hog Wire  40 Hens  12 Hand and Manure Forks  2 Post-hole Augur.  Scythe  Crowbars Shovels  Rake. Hoaa  Canthooka 6 Chain.  Winchester Rifle, 38-55  Remington .22  5 k W Revolver .38  TERMS CASH.  not mentioned.  No reserve as ranch ia so]  Sale at 12 o'clock noon sharp.   Furniture will ba sold firat.  G. W. CUNNINGHAM    -    Auctioneer     > ��� ���  ���f������  Thuwday, October 30.1919  KSLOWNA  ftlttOlD  PAGE THREE  *tlo  Voir Clothes Express  Yew OnrKter  Jutt think for a minute of  th* alert, wide-awake cKp-tbl*  chapt you know. Don't thay  dma tha parti* Would their  clot hem, by any chance, laad  yon to mlttaka thorn for ne'er-  do-well* or fallurei?  Not much!  Uffey-TrtaMe  limited  i Master Clothes  Builders  TORONTO  li a MeetMfMt ijtllor-  ln| orfulaatloa that  knowi bow to produce  the tort ol ck-'has that  M-muni) Man mar.  Da lore you order your new clotbei  you will want to iee thetr new line.  It U here waiting lor your Inspection  uid It will gto us Um greatest pkftiura  t* recafva a call from you at vow  coavtalanc*.   The eoorar Uie better.  Oak HaB Clothing &.J  KELOWNA  Dark's 'Remedy*  For moat of the winter ailmenta ia���  Rabbet.  MEN, NOTE-  *i I ask you to bring the  catalogue of any mail or-  der house���I don't care  which it ia���place it on  my counter, and ask (or  MY STOCK at THEIR  PRICE,   lean do it.  LMy price, are Fair and thay  rve   ma  with   aa  Honest  Profit.   I soak no-one.  ���J My Rubber Sale, will dou.  ble. or mora, those of laat  year���because the man are  fast waking up to tha fact that  MY PRICE IS FAIR.  fl My atock ia complete aad  open to inspection���so ars tha  the Ca.h Prices. Ill talk, ex.  plain, reason, ahow and con.  vince you my Prices are the  cheapest in town.  fl The Grade ta tha BEST-  Canadian made. You can aak  for the brand you want.  3 A man put his head in tha  oor and asked for my price  on a certain rubber he had  been figuring on getting. On  hearing ths pries ha came  in, bought two paira, and aent  two friends ifc the next day.  fl Profiteering ia not practised  in my atore. Live and let live  ia tha alogan.  Chas. Dark  THE   HONEST   SHOE    MAN  Alsgard's  ARE   SPECIALIZING   IH  HOT DRINKS &  LIGHT LUNCHES  THESE   CHILLY  DAYS  Drop in before going home or after the show  ICE   CREAM   4l>~rVAYS   ON   HAND  Fresh shipment of Moir's, Paterson's and Ganong's  Chocolates Just arrived.  WINTER & CHAPIN  'Phone 110  Printed Butter Wrappers  Printed on Vegetable Parchment with  ink that will not " run," can be obtained  at this office at the following prices:  100. $1.50: 200, $2: 500, $3.15:  1000, $4.50  The Kelowna Record  Phone 94  Cull Apples wanted for Evaporating  Highest Cash Pricee paid (or all Culls  and Sound Windfalls. The apples can be  delivered in sacks or boxes which will be  returned without delay. For particulars  phone 131 or write  Orchard City Evaporating Co., Cawston Ave.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. Jensen left yesterday on a  visit to Gviynn, Alta.  Mrs. J. W. Jones returned Monday from Vancouver.  Miaa Latta waa a passenger to  Calgary yeaterday.  Major P. Brooke left thia morning for Victoria where he expects  to get his formal discharge.  The Rev. David Lister, formerly  of Benvoulin, has received a call  from Victoria which he has accepted.  Mr. G. R. S. Blackaby, formerly  of the Bank of Montreal stall here,  and lately of Armstrong, is to be  manager of the new branch at  Summerland.  Mrs. L. V. Rogers and Mra. W.  J. Austin were delegates to the  Women's Institute convention at  Salmon Arm last Friday and Satur-  day.  Mr. and Mra. Goddard left Tueaday on their return to Victoria after  spending the summer here. Mr.  Goddard have been engaged since  his return from overseas, on survey  work for the -government.  A tea will be held at the home  of Mrs. D. Lloyd-Jones on Saturday  November 6th, under the auspices  of the W. A. of St. Michael's and  All Angela' Church. A musical  programme will be rendered during the afternoon.  The local officers of the Salvation  Army wish, on behalf of the organization, to thank all those who so  generously contributed to the Red  Shield Home Service Campaign  which was held here October 14th  to 18th. The aubacriptions amounted to $713.65, and the tag day,  $186.35, making a total of $900.  Two of our local poultrymen,  Messrs. A. E. Cooke and R. Johnson, sent out yesterday a carefully  crated shipment of birds to Pulman,  Waah., where they will take part  in the North Western Egg-laving  Contest. Mr. Cooke aent a pen  selected from hia Wyandottes while  Mr. Johnson will be represented by  Buff Orpingtons,  The regular monthly meeting of  the Women'a Institute will be held  on Saturday, November 1st in the  Institute rooms, when a paper will  be given by Mrs Murdoch' on  "Highland Legends," and Mrs.  Rogers will report on the recent  conference at Salmon Arm. Afternoon tea will be served. On Wednesday, the 5th, a sewing bee is to  be held in the room in preparation  for a bazaar which the ladies are  hoping to put on the first Saturday  in December. A apecial attendance of tbe members is asked for  at thia meeting.  Benvoulin Notes  Mrs. DeMara and Miss Almeda  Oakes apent the weekend visiting  friends in Vernon.  D. McEachem has sold his property on the east aide of Mission  Creek to the Berard boys, who  moved onto it a ahort time ago.  The next meeting of the Benvoulin United Farm Women will be  held at the home of, Mrs. A. Patterson on Thursday afternoon, November 13th.  The Benvoulin Auxiliary of the  W.M.S. will meets at the home of  Mrs. J. B. Fisher on Wednesday,  November 5th.  The opening meeting of the  Kelowna Local U.F.B.C. will be  held at the Mission Creek school  on Tuesday next, November 4th, at  8 p.m. All members interested in  the reduction of the.high cost of  living, come along and take part in  the discussion.  DOMINION LANDS  INCREASE IN RATE OF INTEREST  PUBLIC NOTICE ia hereby given that  in accordance with the provisions of an Act  to amend tha Dominion Landa Act. paaaed  at the laat Session of Parliament, and commencing from the 7th July, 1919, where  interest ia chargeable, tha rata ot auch  interest on all ne sr transactions in connection with Dominion Landa ahall be six  par centum per annum, alao that trom tha  lat of September, 1919, tha rata on all  overdue instalments in connection with  both paat and future transactions will be  increased to aeven par centum per annum.  By order,  L. PEREIRA,  Secretary.  Department of the Interior,  Ottawa, August 26,1919. 48-51  Mrs. Fox was a passenger to  Vancouver Tueaday.  J. G. Currie of Penticton was up  1 uesday on a short visit.  Markets - commissioner J. A.  Grant was in Kelowna for a ahort  time this week.  S. P. Birch, of London, Eng., ia a  visitor in town this week.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bishop were  visitors from Penticton Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hogge of  Toronto are visitors this week lo  Kelowna.  The quarterly communion service  will be held at the United Church  on Sunday morning next.  J. A. Bigger went up to the Landing Monday, returning with Mra.  Bigger who has been visiting at  Winnipeg.  Next Sunday in the Baptist church  services will be held at 11 a.m. and  7.30 p.m. At the evening service  the Rev. W. F. Price will preach  on "Twe Ideas of Life."  Mr. J. W. Jones, M.P.P., paid a  visit to Naramata last Thuraday to  open the fair there. In the evening he addressed a meeting at the  Men's Forum, in Penticton, on  "Canada's Future Citizens." Mr.  Jones alao took part this week in  the opening of the Summerland  apple ahow.  An interesting visitor to the district next week will be Dr. Jas.  Robertson, the well-known agricultural authority who was sent  by the Dominion governmrnt to  visit Europe to investigate agricultural conditions there. He is to  address a meeting at Rutland on  Thuraday, Nov. 6th.  An article in the Province of  Saturday last draws attention to the  progressive Benvoulin organization  of Farm Women, which has set out  with a firm intention to "better the  social life of the community." In  addition to various social functions  the society haa purchased during  the year a community canning  plant, and has put up and sold  over 1000 cans of (ruit and vegetables during the season, as well aa  their own household supplies. The  proceeds of the sale are going to  the new "community hall" which ia  projected.  "We notice a tendency," says the  Prairie Markets' Bulletin, "to put it  over this year in marketing onions  grown by Orientals from Kelowna.  Theae are small in size, ill-assorted  and thanks to the prevailing sunshine fairly well cured. From the  aame district comes well grown  onions carefully graded with smalls  removed. We have been rubbed  over by e ahipper because we objected to this careless practice as  described above. We intend to  continue to object and may add  more force to it, we know that there  are only a few offenders and we  will not allow these to injure our  reputation."  The Corporation of the City of  Kelowna  VOTERS* LIST 1920  All "Householder." who have paid their  Road Tax and all "Licenae Holder." who  desire to qualify aa Voters at the Municipal  Election to be held in January, 1920, may  obtain the necessary forms for that purpose  at the office ofthe City Clerk who ia authorized to take tha necessary declaration in  that behalf. Declarations muat be delivered to the undersigned within 48 hours after  being made, but no auch declaration will  ba accepted unleaa delivered before 5  o'clock p.m. on the 3lat day of October,  1919.  C H. DUNN.  Kalowna, B.C., Gty Clerk.  22nd October, 1919. 49-50  LAND  REGISTRY ACT  Re Lot I, Map 508, Oaoyooa Division of  Vale Diatrict.  NOTICE is hereby given that I ahall at  tha expiration of one month from the date  of tne firat publication hereof issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned landa in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Carruthera, unless in the  meantime valid objection ia made to me  in writing.  The holder ot the following documents  relating to aaid landa, namely:���  Deed dated 15th November 1904, The  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company,  j Limited, to R. Aldam Peaae of 26.2  acrea of Diatrict Lot 219  (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgage dated 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 26.2 acrea of District  Lot 219.  ia required to deliver the aame to me  forthwith.  Dated at tha Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C, thia 6th day of September,  1919.  C. H. DUNBAR.  49-3 Diatrict Registrar of Titles.  AVERY 5-10 Model B TRACTOR  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THIS is an ideal Tractor for the fruit farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horses, and will accomplish.  as much as four horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half, 2 and one-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour. Rear wheel  38 inchea high, 10-inch face. Turns in 101-foot radius.  Total length 135 inchea; wheel base 76 inches; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested may have a demonstration.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street  Phone 150  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Quality in Meat  NEXT to  Service we  pride ourselves on the uniformly High Quality of our goods.   We have  spent large sums of money on the improvement  of our herds and we can safely say THERE IS NO  BETTER IN THE COUNTRY TO-DAY.  Our Meat is Home-Grown and  mostly fed on our own extensive farms, and we can  guarantee everything we sell to be of the best.  Watch our Windows for Displays of  Prime Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c.  Casorso Brothers  -   The Sanitary Meat Market..      Telephones 178 and 179  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  The New Victory Loan is  Now Open for Subscription  4TT Your applications will have ex-  ^3l pert attention in this office and  further your present holdings of  previous Bonds can be cashed here  at market prices and the proceeds  diverted to this equally good investment, which Canada so urgently  needs.  Okanagan Loan & Investment Trust  Company      Capital, $406,500.   Reserve, $86,000  Chairman: Commander T. W. Stirling, O.B.E.  Manager | W. G. Benson. Secretary : O. St P. Aitken. M.C. r\r.F. roim  KELOWNA   IJ5COK.D  Thursday, October 30, 1919  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone  116 Box I16  Opposite the CP.R wharl  FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY  Buy Victory Bonds  Lend to Your Country  and Build Up Your Own Fortunes  Be Safe  Put Your Farm Profits Into  Victory Bonds  The Okanagan Brokerage  COURT OF REVISION  In the matter of the Scotty Creek Development District.  A Court of Reviaion will be held at the  :Llliion Schoolhouse. Vernon Road, Kalowna,   on   Thursday, the  6th   November , now  text, at 10 a.m.  Random Remarks  "A chiel'a am wig ye taltii.' notes and  fetb.  he'll  prent them."���Burna.  Then gently scan your brother man,  Still gentler sister woman;  Tho' they may gang a kennin' wrang,  To step aside is human.  Who made the heart, 'tis He alone  Decidedly can try us;  I Ie knows euch chord, ita various tone,  Each spring, its various bias ;  Then at the balance let'a be mute,  We never can adjust it;  What's doije we partly may compute,  Rut know not what's resisted.  And that is true. How very apt we are  to judge another by certain unwise actions, and never give him credit for temptation to folly successfully combatted. 1  think usually we are fer too censorious -  too ready to perceive the mote in the  other fellow's eye while while suffering  from badly blurred vision ourselves. I  have the idea that if we could persistently  cultivate and practice the habit of rejoicing in the truth rather than iniquity, we  would have a much happier time all  round.  There is, of course, such a thing as constructive criticism, and this can be- I  should say perhaps���only exercised from  a charitable motive, and maybe vou will  grant me this motive when I say how disappointing it is to read of the doings of  "Society" as chronicled in the daily press.  Whist drives, dances and freak entertainments seem to constitute their principal  leisure pursuits.  By the bye, what do you think of the  pmposal to include playing cards and tobacco in any or every form in the new  prohibition legislation? I don't suppose  it will go through, but one never knows.  I he people have already put up with so  much curtailment of their freedom���tak-  ing it lying down as it were���that one  cannot be surprised at anything happening  I  do  wish that those good people  would do a little self-examination along  with their soul-saving efforts on behalf of  others.  imagine anyone trying to kill time���one  of our most precious possessions, shall 1  say ? Yet so many people do it, or pass a  large part of their lives devising means to  that end. 1 think it ia a pity that more  facilities are not offered the young folk of  the district for profitable employment of  the winter's leisure. Continuation classes,  for instance, would be a good thing if  taken advantage of, wouldn't they ? The  wise man says, "There is a time to mourn  and a time to dance ; a time to keep and  a time to lose." But this simply implies  that dancing all the time is not wise expenditure of the same. Why not more  intellectual recreation for the winter than  is usually taken?  Victory Bonds are Good Investments  47tf     i who are responsible   for such reforms (?)  Campbell's  Bicycle Shop  Well-equipped workshop  for  Cycle and other repaira  Agent for  Massey - Harris   Bicycles  A Dependable  Canadian Machine  ELECTRICAL  Supplies and   Repairs  Electric Wiring and Installations.  EDISON MAZDA LAMPS  Campbell's  Bicycle Shop  Pendozi Street.     Next door to Club  Unreserved Public Auction'  24 Registered 24  Head Red Polls Head  The Ideal Farmer's Cow  Having been favored with instructions from  Mr. Leslie Dilworth,  I will  sell  by   Auction at  his  ranch, 3J  miles N.E. of Kelowna,   B.C., on the Vernon Road, at 1 p.m. sharp on  Wednesday, Nov. 12th,  13 Mature Cows  6 Heifers, 5 to 15 months old  5 Bulls, 4 to 10 months old.  All bred cows have been served by. and  all young heifers and bulls are sired by  "Royal Charmer of DuLuth," 2598-29652.  This bull has 374 Per cent, blood of  Teddys Best, 17603, being 32 times a  champion, snd out cf the richly bred cow  I "Gaxelle," 32011, with an A. R. Rocord of  I 430.9 lbs. of butter fat, and in show con  | dition weighed over 1400 lbs.  Don't miss this  opportunity  of  getting  some real "Milk plus Beef cattle.  )     All   born before   February,   1918, have  been tuberculin tested.  Catalogues containing full particulars  can be obtained from the owner or the  auctioneer. TERMS CASH  MAT   HASSEN    -    Auctioneer  Armstrong, B.C.  Auction  At the Keller Block  Every Saturday,  Commencing Sat, October 18,  At 2 o'clock  We have listed quite a" lot of  Household Furniture, several good  Horsea, Harneaa and Wagons, and  also a first-class Jersey Cow, due  October 23rd.  List with us aa early aa possible anything you wian to sail.  Stockwells, Ltd. - Auctioneers  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5502  J.   GRANT  -*-  Piano Tuning  With a reputation and  ON   MERIT  Endorsed by  the best  authorities   in  Canadian piano manufacture.  Alvin E.Perkins  Wili  be in Keiowna in a few weeks  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1693  Real Estate .nd Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door to Post Office  We" have aome exceptionally good buys  in noru.hold property.    Cheaper   to   buy  than build.   Pricea and terma to suit  buyers.  LAWSON AVENUE. 4-room Cottage,  lot 50 x 140, with fruit tree, in full  bearing.   $1,200 on terms.  HARVEY AVENUE.   Two-atorey hour  and lot, 50x124.   $1,000.  PENDOZI STREET. Bungalow, i  rooms, in first-class condition, furnac<  heated, one acre of land, with good oul  buildinga. $5,500, half caah, balance i  five annual payment, at 7 per cant  RICHTER  STREET-Two-storey  hour  in first-class condition, 420 x 175. $7,50),  $2300 cash, balance I and 2 yeara.      ]/  BURNE AVENUE. Ona-atoray houae,  rooma, large sitting room with opai  fire place, IJ acrea of land, surrounde  by creek. An ideal site for a homr  $3,000 on terms.  Listings wanted of Farm & City propertiei  Want Ads.  FOB  SALE  HAY FOR SALE.   Baled No, 2 Timothy!  $30 per ton in 5-tons lota;   baled No. I  Alfalfa. $35 per ton, in 2-ton lota.   Alad  No. I Timothy Baled, any quantity tfj  market prise. Apply 5. T. Elliott."phon-lf  252 or 5 or 3108. 48tf  FOR SALE, good Blackberry Roots. Planl  now. For price apply Lanadown, Rut]  land. 48tf "  FOR  SALE,  Bungalow, 7 rooma, wid.  verandah, lawn and ahade treea, cloar  in. $1,000 caah, balance arranged.   Owl  ner, box A, Record Office. 46.1pf  FOR SALE. Bay Mare, coming 4 yeara ok  weight about 1100 lba.   Apply J. Butlet*  FOR SALE, McLaughlin Six Special,  good as new.   Will be aold cheap. Acffl  ply S. T. Elliott, Kalowna Garage.   47tJ  FOR SALE, nice Houae, five rooma ano  back porch, bath, hot. and cold waters  on good street, central.   Apply box 474.J        50-lpt  MARQUIS SPRING WHEAT for aale, No*  I.   Apply M. Hereron. 30-lp  LOST  LOST, new fawn-colored Horse Blanketl  laat Monday, between Bume Ave. and  K.L.O. Finder please communicate wit'f"  Stirling & Pitcairn'a office. 50p  LOST, a crescent-shaped pearl and diafl  mond ornament from brooch. Reward*  for return to Record Office. 50p  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED, on to my property, one twos  year-old Holstein steer, no visible brand*1  or mark.   W. Price, Vernon Road. ***"**  43lf  WANTED  TO RENT.  Fruit  or  Dairy!  Ranch, clow in, by capable and energetlf  ie  man, with  experience.   Apply  Box  M, Record Office. 47tf  SECOND HAND CARS: 1915 Ford in]  good running order, $400; 490 Chevrolet]  good condition, good tires, $4/5; 1911  Overland, juat overhauled, good tires!  $750. All theae cara ara bargains. M]  A. Alsgard, 49tf  LOAN WANTED. $300 for one yearj  Will pay 12 per cant interest. Good  security. Apply Box M, Record Office!  Kelowna. 50p J  STRAYED, from  Wollaston   ranch, sorrel'  pony, about   14 hands.    Finder   pleast  phone J. Spall, 3006.   Reward.     50-lP  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia tha time to have  ;."Jyour Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired.   1  can re-upholster your auto.  or buggy wat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, tke.  Re-made Polished  Cotey Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kalowna Furniture Co.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished lor all classes  of work  '{^**'VS^^aa\.a��>.��^^t>^ViVv^v^^v>4^^i^V%A<-V**i^i>*j  -sftU

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