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Array utOvrtA  $ltt&vb  SSs    I  VOL. IX-   NO. 3.  JCELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1916.-6 PAGES  1 f i  tl JO Per Annum  Regular Meeting of  the City Council  Council Consider   Resolution  From Penticton-Court of Revision to be Held Mpnday  At the meeting of the city coun  cil held last Friday morning, con-j  sideration was given to a communication from the Penticton Board  ol Trade dealing with the proposed  Transprovincial Highway," the  completion of which would lurniah  communication for automobile  tourists with the prairie provinces  and also-open up road communication rorh the interior to the  coaat. Only two short stretches of  the road remained to be constructed and the Vancouver. Board of  Trade had lately been stirring up.  an agitation.' to' have the government finish these.  "Within the- past few weeks,"  stated the letter from Penticton  addressed to the council, "you have  doubtless received, a resolution  from the Vancouver Board of  Trade with regard to the 'early  completion of the Hope-Princeton  Road.  ''With this resolution we have no  quarrel. It is a necessary road.  But it may be that "you are not  aware that the Transprovincial  Road crosses the Okanagan Valley  at a point close to the International  Boundary line where there is comparatively no development. Unless touring motorists were to make  a wide detour to the north they  would not see the developed section of the Okanagan Valley at all.  "In this connection this Board  haa a counter proposal to make to  this effect: That between Kere-  meos and Rock Creek the route  of ths road should be changed.  Instead of running through Richter'a Lqwer Pass, through Osoyoos  'and then up that notorious steep  aand hill, climbing Anarchist  mountain, that froth Keremeos th'  the rpad should run via Marron  Lake-'eleven hundred feet lower  than the road running via Clarke's^  and completed all but a few milea  ���to Penticton, and then up to  Carmi on a good hard road and a  lower summit than at Osoyoos, and  .from Carmi down the Kettle River  to Rock Creek on a water grad  On the other road there is a very  ateep high hill on each side of  Rock Creek���the creek, not the  town. A goodly portion of the  road from Penticton to Carmi is  already finished.  "The advantage of the change  is obvious. At Penticton the touring motorist could be easily induced to take a run up the Okanagan  Valley and the other towns might  be expected to reap some advantage. Crossing at Osoyoos, where  there is no hotel or garage, touring  parties would have to go to Oro-  ville for accommodation, and if  they .wanted to take a aide trip into  the fruit distiicts, would he as  likely to run one hundred ind fifty  miles to the south into the American Okanagan, as to run one hundred and fifty miles north into lhe  Canadian Okanagan.  "A special committee is drafting  a resolution which ia being carefully prepared. You may expect  to receive a copy shortly. In the  meantime we would suggest that  you take no action, unless you are  prepared to qualify your endorsa-  of the Vancouver resolution by  endorsing our position with regard  to a change of route.  "We believe that our move is of  sufficient importance and interest  to your district and the whole Okanagan to warrant this request for  your assistance. We should be  glad to hear from you,  "Penticton Board of Trade."  THe council expressed their approval of thepropoaed change, but  desired to have more complete information regarding the location  of the road. The clerk was therefore instructed to write for this nnd  also to suggest that the information  be sent to the two -members for  the district and also to the Minister  of Public Works.  A communication from the Comptroller of Water Rights respecting  a licence to'the city to take water  from Mill Creek waa left over for  the incoming council to deal will  The secretary of the Union of  B. C Municipalities wrote enclos  Great Britain^New Premier|ImportanJ Convention |  of Fanners' Institutes  Form District Institute for the  Southern Ukanagan-lnterest-  mg Address and Discussion  _ ________________________________    What was virtually the initial  quith, however, came as a complete s_ep   in   a   new movement   to  surprise, ancrsiow appears lo have revive and reenergue the i'artu-  The sensation in old country  politics this week is the resignation  of Premier Asquith and the placing of the oiuia-.it forming a new  government upon David Lloyd.  George. Ii Ini3 buen apparent for  aome time that trouble was brewing and thai some shake-up in the  cabinet would have to com: before  long.    ' I he resignation of Mr, As-  been thc outcome of  pressure   by  Mr. Lloyd-George and othcis for  more vigorous prosecution  of th  are' Institute   organual'.mis all  over   the   province,   was t.ken  Tuesday   at a convention  a large enough scale to deter-  mine thc diiierence in costs and  yields between hand and horse  cultivation. Mr. Casorso submitted iigures and data gathered over a number ol years in  small experiments, the idea being to hnd out whether the lar-  mer could not do better by  smaller yields to the acre under  horse cultivation than by large  .yields under the half-shate system with Uriantols. Incidentally, the horse method would reduce enormously the amount oi  labor needed, an important  ��� actor at the present uuk.  last  LABOJi QUESTION  The   question   oi   a   possible  cVoauncil<ra re"m��dellin8 of ,he��war S3d in Kelowna.   Aa waa stat  ' ���______ e^ by the president oi the local  ���.      ,   .,       ��~     ~ Institute   and   chairman ol the'. labor shortage next year     was  onareiiolders of the QticKc meetings, Mr. Lionel li. lay lor, > again discussed at considerable  tmii,t? ra^ed,the. 'nerecr the conference had been called length, though.it must.be ad-  v/J .wt ? .v?VV .7 . , Canada together by Mr. J. it. lirown, ol muted that the discussion, largest., l5 thelatter takes over Vernon mem0er for tll_ dlsU..;, , r_traced .ha. a^ady gone  the business of the Quebec Bank. on   the   advisory   board of the over at the Board of Trade and   : . Central Institute with the   ni>- 'upon other occasions.   The plan  ject oi paving the way tor    the joi importing Oriental labor  was  District   lus'i- | urged by some and just as vig-  ing a copy of a resolution   passed , ,-. ,  at the last convention of the Union |0'mftl?n'��il.-���.--"---;      -  "   i--    ,- . -, ,,  aaking the government to take over tute      for the Somii iiMsagan orously   denounced   by   others,  Ihe  Tranquille  Sanitarium.     The rldmfi' 'wnUe lue immigration oi "wai  resolution was as follows: I    *ue   scheme, said Mr. Taylor I widows" irom   linglaid or Bel-  "I. That the Union of B.C. Muri- m *" address, was the outcome j gium was apparently beset with  icipalities recommend to the Pro- ��* ^ action taken at thelast | too many dlluculties in the way  vincial Government that provision Antral Institute meeting in'ol housing and providing occu-  be made in estimates of years appointing an advisory board to' palion all the year round, to  1917-1918 for. a sum sufficient to advise the government upon ..11; be seriously considered,  construct and equip a building at matters of interest to the "gti-j Several more or less delinite  Tranquille for the treatment of cultural community, I'rov'won suggestions, howevetj were fin-  advanced cases of tuberculosis '  "2. That   this   Union   of    B  C.  Municipalities further recommend  that the Provincial Government bi  urged to take over the Tranquiilt  Sanitarium and operate same as a  provincial institution.  Women Will Have Candidnte fScliOOl Report lllf  For School Trsstee m ��� ^^  1 he Kelowna Women's Institute  met on Saturday, Dec. 2nd, in the  home of Mrs. Dayton Williams on  on business and pleasure bent.  One queation which came up for  consideration was that of lady  representatives upon the School  Board. There was no adverse  criticism of the present Board or  its administration, bul the discussion showed a unanimity of opinion as to the desirability of co-  representation of those most deeply  interested in the education and  general welfare of the young. A  resolution war passed endorsing  the principle and a committee appointed to secure a candidate for  a place on the School Board at the  next election. o "  A social hour followed the conclusion of the business, during  which the following programme  was rendered: Pianoforte duets  by Mrs. Leslie Dilworth and Miss  Jones, and Mrs. L. V. Rogers and  Miss PhrIi; reading by Mrs. Colquette and sole by Mrs. Dilworth,  with selections on the Victrola  while refreshments were being  served. y  a law prohibiting the use ol  scrub breeding stji.k. He  strongly advised farmers to  keep goad stock, as it was only  in   that way that their   larms  for the appointment of s eh.    a ally   adopted,   one being to ex  board had existed since the   in- tend   tne   period   of the school  auguration   of    Kirirurs' lusii- holidays so as to enable the old-  tutes, but prid"r to litis vear no er boys and girls ttf'assist     in  board had been Lppuntid    'ihe fruit   picking   and other work, I Q ,d   ^ ^de self-supporting  general   feeling ' at   the Ccnral and   another calling lor the es- impossible too  to cou-  meeting was that the time  hud tablishment   oi   labor bureaux I ^ {(��ilit   ���, l|w BoU ,u.  J.  lhat this Union recommend come for farmers to take   more: "ior   the purpose ol mobilising i iess stoci, were kept    He    was  that the Dominion Government be part in the managoiiflait ot their, all, capable  ol rendering a;sist- V. . th   , /' numi,_r Cil  requested to pay for  treatment of own allairs,   and to be iuilvpei;- lance,    and    making their labor |��.,       ^hich were -Wup   all  al   cases ot trmerciilosts of patients dent of government spoon   ieed ; available where it was most re-1 *V__   ...   ���-,_���.���.���    n J,,,    ���  who have not  resided in this Pro- ing,    and that the appoints nt! quired." . rover   the   provmce.   It was    a  vtnee nt least one year previous to of an advis.uv hot.-1 ill unoid-j    A plan was also discussed "of P����L._i!.i.'     ���.  ft,. nasf hi��torv  the,, admission to Tranquille Ssni- once   with   the    Au w .. ru    lie bringing up panics of the older I   , ��VS ;�� v    r     RrnSr   tl  ta���m',u ,   ��� *   steP   �����   ^ **< direcMon.'boys8 and   girls from the VaJ^Jfjto* J"JL��j��S J5  Furthermoved  that a copy o   The formation oi these Di,H. t couver schools to assist in fruit jffi'**ff ^^SSSS  this. Resolution   be   sent   to   all Institutes   was   ,he ...Hro ue ol picKmg during the summer hoi- S^eWn^TStS land tn   tht  women. organizations throughout the    hoard's    uea/i'.tes,     auudavs. m much good farm land m  the  the Province" t.    u        ���       "t,       ' ,j       .   ./. ���     ,,,,"���      .. neighborhood of cities being cut  It waT eoueste 1 th t H        I      ^     m^l S? f   'T     *]' , ?J" W lab��r <1UeStl0n Y" UP int�� subdivisions, and   was  It wai requested that the vartous Uon.     lhe w ork of I lie I i-niral discussed   from    many    angles,  _L_ ,.      ���_ w���pri_ _Ls :A\en~~  womens- organizations of the dis- Institute had been turnpwrl   in and   although   no definite solu- ^T l^A   tfJivT tome of m,r'  trie, and .Uo the Board of  Trado the pgst through too much time tion   was   arrived at, the ittjer- Stakes   however   and for  the  be  urged  to  take  the matter up. being taken up>ith discussions cltange oi ideas and plans   will S_S��2SS^Stun had  1 he conned unanimously endorsed. of matters of more or less local no doubt have a good ellecl.       {^  ���'   J"   ffirtf had  Vh     h   r     .11 ��� r mtereSt'    such   as gophers   and,    The evening meetmg was very I H��S&?L)8E&   hi  1 he chief constables report fo, Doukhobors, -and   it   was   felt much better attended, and     in ���"!?��� P  the month of November showed a that if the details of these local addition    to excellent addresses I    tS'were *c\me retardinrr in  total of nine cases brought  before problems   could   be worked ouWronr Mr.   WMS. Scott  deputy L were some retarding m-  .hemag,s��ra,e seven., which^ere locally,   and only mejor points miSgt^of ^^jW-lJ^^ftftS Sf fi*  Chinese gamblers.   The fines col- discussed at the Central   meet- V.   Gibson, director o   agricul-i0f ,,���?    ,    ��l        ,' bUl these  ected and bads forfeited amounted ^,foretime would be, avuii- tural   education, ^VK-|gf   Zo^��  In his report the chief mentioned ffl SffSb lit' assistant instructor in the fc^   was   p%   . organiia.  that of late many  complaints had ^flRkTSSStt. ���Bed rf ^L ^t    blmCh'  the ^^ tio�� and cooperation glong real  been   received   about   the   over- farbL,watL ,,ntn ll     retl��1 Mons on ^ various resolutt.ius business   lines.      The Farmers'  crowding of the post office   which Sft   'i^^'r^^^ri1"?*"*    ��ight    be   made    a  takes place  daily  soon  after   he SS^fti^rite " T ' "If "S^f* ^u^ * ^       P��werful ���*��� in ^ direction  arrival of the boat in the afternoon. ^sZrtkltlT'k    rt   bC��?' "^ T ElVm    * hc Pointed out' ****&* some  t-l_ . li i.j ^. l_    j try~to an extent which had uev  hearty welcome by the meeting ..��.".  Divis-  Presant  Ensol-  Percent-  Every  ment  ate  Scsion  1.  6  32  88.35  11.  17  33  85.00  III.  17  37  89.4J  IV.  18  36  92.61  V.  16  29  90.25  VI.  21  39  88.62  VII.  16  35  87J7  VIII.  17  43  ���5J3  IX.  19  45  88.53  '�� 329 87.24  ���  * i  -l/Murv, in  n/-M t  The trouble seemed to be  caused  er      before      been   attempted. !pointed out the great power and  i!^I&&f**&&*^ Apathy Ind suspicion"were   the 'possibilities ~fo7 "good "work  greatest obstacles to united ac  __ -��� . .,   ,    tion   and this must be replaced  there^talking  until the by   ft   spirit of help[m ,.0f,^ra.  tion if the farming industry was  heard the boat whistle, immediately made for ths post office and  remained ^^^^^^  mail was sorted. This was unreasonable and hindered and annoyed the officials inside. It would  facilitate matters considerably, it  was Dointed out, if the general public would wait at least mi hour  before going to the office for their  mail, 03 this would give the sorters  a chance toget through their work  without hindrance, due to the  noise, etc. The hope was expressed that parents would alio  assist by instructing their children  to keep out of the post office unless they had business there.  Aid/ Copeland submitted a letter  from Mr. H. C. Seddon requesting  that the continuation of Abbott  Street giving access to his reisdence  which lay in the .farmers' Institutes, now numbering over S,ooo  members, ii. tthey could be got  to act .together in the right  it j spirit., The advisory board ap-  in- J pointed   at   the   last   meeting  would   do   much to coordinate  and consolidate the efforts     ct  I the Institute.   The "get togelh-  to be raised to the position  should occupy unionist the  dustries of the province.  Visiting   delegates wers present from the Institutes of   V��'r-     uon and Summerland, the lor jer" spirit was one of the lessousr  mer being represeu'.ed by Mr. 1 of the war, and every ooiurry  R. Brown, ifnd the latter bvjwas facing the necessity of or-  Messrs. J. Tait and ^ Young, iganizing its resources. Wiat-  There was a very decided feeling jever we might say about the  in favor of formtBfl the District | Germans we could not but ad-  Institute, and this was accom,-Inure the splendid organization  plished later at the evjcir'nj. which had very nearly accuin-  meeting bv the passiu,; of a ' plished what it set out t.; do.  formal resolution providing tot j We had got to get ready ior the  representation of each local In- end of the war, and it was a  stitute   in   the   riding, and in-'problem   which   would tax the  be made passable,   lie s'tated7hat eluding Penticton and Kaleden, ibest brains in the country.    We  it would cost a considerable ....       . .���  had been living a life ot artificiality, selfishness, and indulgence, and this must give way  ���to greater simplicity and co-operation.  .       . In   the   meantime it was the  in preparing supplementary ag- Jduty of those farmers who couldlearning.    There were indications  thnt it was once more moving back  to its original purpose  in   the   proportion of one dele-  to put the street in good condition ?ate to each fifty members,  but that it could  be  greatly  im-!    Resolutions   were also passed  proved al a small outlay. , asking the Central Institute   to  Aid, Copeland was authorized appoint   a   committee   to   act  to do sufficient work to make the with the Education department  passable. i^Laiiii���saiiiii.....��.i���s.aiii.......��........s.........s����......s.........s........���s................���  Aid. Millie reported lhat the | "cultural reading matter for not fight to help bv incieased  Fire Brigade had made a request juse in the schools, and also up-.! production. He appreciated the  for twenty rubber suits for itsmem- on the suggestion of Mr. Georgel"    " '      '    "'  bers  and   he   recommended   the Chick,    the department of agri-  council to sanction the purchase,     culture   was   asked to continue  It wis decided that the suits be the instruction   of   the packin?  purchased at a price of $7.25 each, schools through the vear  to   as  Aids. Copeland nnd Millie, act- near the actual shipping period  l^ng in conjunction with the Mayor,, as possible.,  were appointed a Court of Revisit*' Mr. Casorso brought up an  of the Municipal Voters' List for interesting matter in connection  the vear 1917, the Court to be held with the growing of onions in  in the council chamber on Mori- submitting a resolution peti-  day. December I Ith, nt 10 a m.     ' tioning the department of agri-  A lengthv budget of accounts culture   to   conduct   an experi-  wai passed for payment, ,ment in thc Kelowna district on  of the many ways in which the  organization had already been  of service. Cooperative buying  of materials and feed, land  clearing and spraying outfits,  and pure bred sires; boys and  girls' clubs and competitions;  fruit packing and pruning  schools, and demonstrations bv  trained experts; all these things  were good Institute work.  He thought the difficulties over  the labor problem had been some-  wl at exaggerated, but the government was prepared to di all in its  power to assist. It was difficult lo  get men from outside, however,  and every district must make the  most of its own people. We  should not forget that every extra  pound of produce wrs helping to  win the war.  Mr. Gibson's address dealt with  the value of agricultural education  to all classes, but more particularly  to the young people in rural districts. Education had originally  meant that which best fitted th  young fur their life's work, though  it had been deflected for a time to  the study of letters and symbols of  HONOUR ROLL  Entrance Class:���  1. Hazel William.  2. Nellie Jones  3. Doris Teague  Honourable Mention:���diaries Gaddes,  Evelyn Fletcher, Kathleen McKenzie.  Leonard Gadde., Isabella Reid, Effie Neil.  DIVISION II.  1. Bessie Haug  2. Dorothy Graham  3. Myrtle Swerdfager  Honourable   Mention;���Ivy  Laws,  Alberta  Small,   Winnie    Longlcy,   Ronald  Todd, Donald Balaifrie, Margaret Senders,  Mary Ritchie, Theodore Neiah.  DIVISION III.  1. Ralph Ball  2. Howard Leathley  3. Hugh McKer.zie  Honourable  Mention: ��� Dorothy Morrison, Winnifred Andrews, Rosalie Wilson.  John Krimmer, Edward Small.  DIVISION IV.  1.    Charlie Richards  -2.   Jean Swerdfager  3.   Reba Willits  Honourable Mention:-���Margaret Fumerton, Jessie  Paisley, Muriel  Dillon, Teddy  Groves and Bertie Adam..  DIVISION V  1. Maude Kinsaid  2. Hurry Mantle  3. Florence Webster  Honourable  Mention: ��� Lilly    Hoare,  Bruce Colquette, Kathleen Campbell, Ll-  wyn William., Bertha Thompson, Lcuiaa  Cunningham, lack Butler.  DIVISION Vl:-Sen. 2nd Reader  1. France. Treadgold  2. Douglaa Buckland and  Florence Ryder (even)  3. Frances Baylia  Honourable  Mention:���Thelnra Dillon,  Rupert McLoughey.  Junior Seco: d.Reader c  1. Rebecca Frost  2. Willie Longley  3. Lillian Webster  Honourable Mentir-r:��� Hemic.  Bl.ck-  wood. May Hill, Annie Curts, France.  Patterson.  difficulties imposed bv the high  costand scarcity of labor but  much might be done by beltu  methods of farming. Manv  farmers were not getting what  they coulcf from the land, and  might double their output bv  proper scientific methods. Knife  morei and better crops; r;,ise  more and better sloe!;- this  should be the farmer's aim for  the future.  So far ?,s stock was concerned,  if he had; his way, he w ould pass  Second Reader  1. Roy Duggan  2. Murray McKenzie  3. Lyle McKiniey  Honourable Mention:��� Billie  Knowles,  Francea Trench, John Powick, Jean Row-  elirTe, Roy Ludlow, Jack McKenzie.'  First Reader  I.    Erna Knippel  .2.   Dan Hill  3.   Robert Ritchie  Honourable   Mention: ��� Dora  WiUop,  Frank Fumerton,   Margaret  Gore, Amy  Powick, Margaret Burtch, Hedley Craze.  DIVISION VIII  1. Jean Morrison  2. Stella Lupton  3. Iwematau Yamaoka  Honourable Mention:���Marcel  Gagnon,  Bessie Harves, James Dunn, Douglas Fraser, Raymond Webster. Joe Elder, Kiyo.  matsu Yamaoka, Walter Sinkinaon.  DIVISION IX-Receiving Cl.ss  1. Sidney Tucker  2. Eva Blackwood  3. Doris McKiniey  By the" inttoduction of simpl  nature study, which formed the  first step, boys and girls were made  more appreciative of the things  around them. The first studies of  animal and plant life followed the  natural lines of child interest, leading on to a study of natural laws,  and then to the\ application of  those laws in agriculture and such  constructive studies as the growing  o_fjplants.    1 hat was the meaning  (Ostltlnosd en Pars I.)  Major C. W. Gordon (Ralph  Connor) has arrived in England  from the front, and will shortly  sail for Canada, where he will conduct a special recruiting campaign.  The royal sepulchre at Ctlften  de Arges, in western Roumania,.  m which the body of King Chailra  reposes, has been placed Under  the protection of German troop*.  Emperor William haa ordeied tne  Germ" forces which pass through  the city shall deposit wreath* In  the tombs ol the king and queen. PAGE TWO  K.BLOWNA   RECOOD  Thursday, Qecember rh. 1916  KFLOWNH RECORD cities'   ^^  ldea   "ghtl/being  Published .vary Thursday at Ketowna,  t��) tne p_ov_nce from the pioVld-  Brittt* Colamlria  JOHN I.EATHLEV  Editor and Proprietor  fa>  SUBSCIUWfON RA.TEM  SI.SO    par    .our:    It....,    six    months.   Unitftd  Slrrtc  SO osnts additional.  All subscriDtions  DAveble in advnnos  Subscribers et ths reffulnr r.r. ceo bev.  .xlrn nrvrwr. mailed lo triendi at a distance  at  HALF RATE. i.e.. 75  cents Der v��'ar.  This special miviliva rs irraatsd tor tbs  Diirii-ise  ol  adcertisins IrYs citv  and district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL CABX1S.  BTC.  ift  cents ner column inch per *.��sk.  (.AMI AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 davs. IrV  60 davs S7.  IVATltR NOTICES-ID |or _v, inserllons.  LEGAL   AnvERTISlNQ-Flrst   Insertion.    12  cent,  twr  line: each  .ubseouent  Innertlon.  S  cent,  rwr  line.  CI.ASSIFIF.il   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cents  ner  word     first  Insertion.   1   cent  ner  word  each Bubs.QU.nt insertion.  DISPLAY ADVKItTISEMENTS - T  anil under. SO cents tier loch lirst insertion  over two inches 40 cents Der inch tirst insertion: 20 rciit' tier inch each .ub.squ.nt  insertion.  All chunni'H in contract advertisement, must  be in the hand* ol the printer bv Tuesdav  evening to ensure publication ia ths next  issue.  ing of a through road for the  tourist traffic fjrom the prairie  provinces and from the Unitrd  States which is expected in very  great abundance nejr.1 vear. A  comparatively small uortion of  this highway remains ra be  linked up and thc government  is to be urged to fill these gaps  as soon as possible.  A very strong case is bcin^  made out for the briny >r.,y ol  the road through Uw soathtrn  end of the Okanagan Vu'.ley,  and the support ot all towns  and cities interested, including  Kelowaa, for the following _es-  olittion which has emanated,  from the Penticton Hoard of  Trade is sought:  " Whereas, the route of a  transprovincial highway has  been surveyed across British  Columbia;  "And    whereas, the highway  inches passes through Keremeos, Rich-  ter's   Lower     Pass,    Osoyoos.  Bridesville and reaches the Kettle Valley at Rock Creek;  "And whereas, the location of  this toad between Keremeos and  Rock Creek is open to objection  on many   points, the most ser  - ious of   which    being: That it  .,..,.. ' crosses the   Okanagan valley i at  Trans-provincial Highway   ! * .><>��* **��* there is little or  ol ii �� i , i no development, and the tour-  SnOUlQ TOUCl. LaKe r^1"010^^ would see nothinp,  I of the beautiful lake and valley  i district that has become famous  Suggested New  Route Would  Bring Tourists   Through  the Okanagan  j for its fruit; there is no hotel at  Osoyoos to provide accommodation, and no garage between  Princeton  and   Greenwood; the  j touring motorists would have tcj  go across the line to the American town of Oroville to secure  hotel and garage accommodation, and this would probably  have the effect of deflecting tra-  ' vel to the American Okanagan,  in  case   the touring parties de-  for sired to go through a wellknwn  rs-  fruit   district   without   leaving  The people of Penticton aro  taking up with trrcat enthusiasm the (luestion of diverting  the proposed trans-ur ivincial  ��� hig'Mvav in order to tap the Okanagan Yallcv. . There has been  latelv a renewed agitation  the completion of this road  pecially   on bchalt of the coast-the highway for anv considera-  Th  Second-Hand Store  Can Save You Money  C" ET the habit of dropping in and looking around  our stock. If you don't s>-e anything you are  in need ol just now, there is no harm done, and we  are glad to see you anyway. But tbe chances are  you will find the very thing yon were wanting, and  at a low price.  Staple and Fancy China and Glassware  Furniture and Kitchen Hardware  TOYS  and Useful Presents for Christmas  A. E. cox  Second Hand Store Water Street  ble distance; the sand hill at  Osoyoos is very steep and a  very hard hill on cars; between  the Osoyoos Summit and Rock  Creek village there are ijvo very  steep hills���one on each side of  Rock Creek; it would cost a  great deal of money to put" this  road in shape, especially the 0-  soyoos hill, which is sanrlv, and  there being no eood road material nearbv: the road between  Osovoos and Keremeos via  Richter's Lower Pass, wo'iid require the expenditure of ���_ grVt  deal of money, .to put it in eood  condition for through tourist  travel.  "And whereas, there is an excellent alternative route bv w iv  of Marron Lake to Penticton,  and then over thc summit and  down Williamson Qreek to Cai -  mi, and down to Rock Creek on  a water grade, the principle id-  vantages of the new '."o.itj being:  That the road via Marron Lake  is almost finished and would  cost vcri' little to complete the  elevation is' low, almost as low  as Richter's Pass and the toad  is better in every respect. All  motor men appe-,r io he aprped  hat there is no comparison 'h  Ithe two roads. That in I-nuking at Penticton io'irin_( fatties would nave the iiilvatltaVc of  the accommodation of a first  class tourist hotel, in addition  to other hotel accommodation,  also two first-class garages;  that this town and district possess very many attractions for  the;tourist in the, way of good  fishing, and an excellent bathm?  beach, said to be the finest in  the interior of the province, a  claim that we have never heard  contested, the water being i|uite  shallow,/ with' a bed of dean  sand free from, pebbles or sioues;  beautiful fruit orchards; a point  rom which*motor partieswould  be likely.to make a detour to  the north and see theCanadi in  Okanagan Valley, which produces about 80 per cent, of the  fruit crop of the province; that  a splendid road can be secured  to the summit, part of whieh is  road , which was made in 1012,  already completed, following a  from the summit on the east  survey of the P��nticton Carmi  down Wilkinson Creek to Carmi]  and on to Rock Creek the road  would be on a water grade the  whole; way. This road would  serve some four to six thousand  acres of undeveloped larniiu."  land ten milea east of Penticton  which the government has gone  to a great deal of expense in  surveying, and which will be  idle until a good road to Penticton is bu It. ^Settlers along  Wilkinson Creek- above Carmi  would be served by, the same  road. It would thus be seen  that this road is a necessity for  local purposes, aside from forming a link in the proposed diverted route ofthe trans-provincial  highway.  "And whereas we believe that  the cost of completing the highway on the proposed route  would be less tnan making ��  good road on the old route;  "And whereas we believe that  an impartial consideration of  the two routes would show  there is a distinct advantage in  favor of the Penticton-Carmi  route;  "Be it therefore resolved that  we petition the provincial government to have the route  changed forthwith, and that the  links uncompleted be finished as  soon as possible; ,and that copies of the resolution he forwarded to the members oi tl.e government and., to the various  boards of trade and other organizations in the province ' for  endorsatlon."  MAGIC ��ap7��j  ^um POWDERi  The Free Trade Lea.rue ol  Canada, which wis organiz*..  in Winnipeg last spring, is preparing for an active campaign  at once. A series* of public  meetings has been arranged to  b�� held during the fall and winter throughout the west.  Tho following platform of immediate demands has been a-  dopted:���  (I) Free trade with" Great  Britain by annual reductions of  at least 20 per cent, of existing  customs tariff so at to ensure  complete free trade with the  Mother Country within five  years.  (a) Immediate legislation  making effective the reciprocity  agreement of 1411 with the United States.  (..) Abolition oi customs  duties on agricultural implements, farm machinery and ve ���  hides, coal, lumber, and cement  and ��11 articles used in primary  production,! and all natural products.  (4) A general lowering of the  customs tariff on the necessaries  of life so as to'securc a measure  of relief from the present high  cost of living.  Those in sympathy with the  movement are invited to send  in their membership or to write  for literature and information  to the headquarters of the  League at Winnipeg.  Census of Germany Taken  The cenaua of the population  was taken this week throughout  the Cerrnan Empire. Formerly  army officials were employed to  do this work, which is repeated  at regular intervals of five years,  but thia time landlords were required to send in the names ol all  persons who slept in their houses  on the night of November'30th.  Blanks were provided for the purpose. The emeus will be used in  the enforcement of the new civil  service law. A census of cattle and  certain other domestic animals  took place at the aame time.  There waa a revolt io Antwerp  on November 30. in which between two and three hundred inhabitants and' many German soldiers are said to have been killed.  The reported revolt was due to a  call upon the inhabitants for work  in Germany.  I VOU will enjoy looking over  our stock of book* for lhe  Kiddies " and older children.  We have never had as com-  1 plete a stock nor have we ever  been able to secure as beautiful,  instructive and interesting books  aa we have this year.  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXALL DRUCGI9T9  Phone 19 Kolowne. B.C.  Suggestions for Xmas  Thi. i. the Twelfth season we have   been   purchasing Christmas '  Gilts  (or our Kelowna  patrons, and believe as usual you will  find us well in the lead in this department.  We have an unusual selection of  Strap Watches, Expanding Watches, Silver Photo  Frame* and Parisian Ivory Toilet Articles  The Ivory articles we engrave in Blue, Green,  Pink and Red Enamel  In the first instalment of iaoi  sent through the provincial  chapter of the Daughters of the  Empire, there were 14,000 tbs  or seven tons.  The casualty lists showed that  Great Britain lost 18,632 killed  in November, 48,063 wounded,  and 6,427 mitsing. These figures  include all military, naval, and  colonial losses  A large German submarine attacked the Brixham fishing fleet  without warning last week and  sank three trawlers. The remaining vessels were N shelled.  The crews were all saved  It is reported that a determined effort is to be made during  this month in France hy the  liquor interests of B. C. to defeat the Prohibition Bill, a  vote amongst the soldiers  there having been authorizeh.  Two cars of Chinamen passed  through Cattg-da westwards this  week. They were 'n bond, most  of them from New York cfly  They are going to China, hav  iiig imade enough in thc .'States  to live on for the re3t of their  days.  Diamond Rings  Pearl Rings  Brooches  Pendants  Lockets, Ate, &c.  Cut Class  Fine China  Ebony Goods'  Safety Razors  Fountain Pens, &c.  Alwsy. . picture lo show sny goods  J. B. KNOWLES   ���   Kelowna  Storm Windows  and Doors  If you value - comfort and  fuel  economy you would be wise to  consult us about these.  Christinas Gifts  W. ����> carry out yoitr own idaas in  Special Article, of Furniture or in original toy. (or the children  ,  Furniture, Fruit Ladders,  Sash and Doors  REPAIR WORK AND JOBBING  S. M. Simpson  One eloorsauth of Fiich.ll.   Phone 312  Bracelet Watch  (or jronr  Christmas Gift  The reliability and beauty of  these watches ia unquestioned, and the price $18 up.  W.M. Parker & Co.  Casorso Block      Phone 270  Christmas is Coming  WE WILL WELCOME YOU  IN OUR STORE "  npHIS is to advise you to do your Christmas shopping  now. We can wait on you better now than when  the Xmas rush comes. Your friends will welcome the  presents you buy from us. They will know it is something good, though not necessarily expensive, because  we sell good goods at the low price.  Ladies' White Japanese silk  Waists, made  up   in   the  very latest style. Price.. .$3  ���  Ladies' colored Japanese silk  Waists with fancy collar..$5  Ladies' colored Crepe silk  Waists, assorted styles.  Price $5.50 and $6.50  Ladies' color'd Chiffon waists,  over net at   $7.50  Ladies' Feather Boas, in black  white, black and white, and  brown arid white. Specially priced at $3.50  Ladies' Bedroom Slippers, in  cozy Felt with Leather soles  and all silk with canvas  sole.  Ladies' Black Sateen Underskirts in ��� splendid quality  of sateen, with deep frill  of taffetta silk. Very special price $3.50  Men's Felt and Vici Kid Slippers at $2.25 up  Men's .Handkerchiefs in Khaki, Irish Linen and Silk,  Price .2 for 25c up  Men's Handkerchiefs, in  Frilled Silk at  75c  Men's wool Gloves, in pure  wool, leather bound, at.. 75c  Men's Cashmere Sda, in nice  even weave. Good wearers.  Good 75c value for 30c pr.  When in the city come in and see the   many lines  we are showing that make useful Xmas Presents.   You  . will be sure to buy when you see the price.   ���  J. F. FUMERTON & CO,  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to Pay Cash "  Regular Delivery Hours:  Morning���9.30 snd 11;   Afternoon���3 and 5  Cotton Has Advanced in  Price From 6c Per  Pound to 20c  ��] We are selling 40-lb. Felted Cotton Mattresses for $8.50. There are only a few left  at this price.  f|   The price on New Goods will be $12.  t| Don't miss this bargain. Don't wait for  the higher price. _-  Kelowna Furniture Co* Thursday, December 711, 1916    ,  KBLOWNA   RECORi)  FAW VDtflft:  CRAWFORD'S TOY LAND  aapsw  Our New Premises in the Keller Block  fresh and up-to-date Collection of  for Christmas Presents  are now stocked with an entirely  Fancy Goods and Toys  _-_i��(_M___aai  Pick out your Christmas  Toys at once, and don't get  caught in the rush. We will  carefully put away anything  you may wish to select.  A large assortment of  Pipes  Match Boxes  Tobacco Jars  Ash Trays  All  these make acceptable  presents for the men folk  Cigars, Cigarettes,  and   all   Smokers'  Supplies  Search the wide world over and you will find no  joy like the Christmas joy of the little child. Joyous  anticipation is now filling the hearts of old and young.  Fancy Goods, Toys, Dolls, Games,  Galloping Horses, Books, Novelties,  . Toy Pianos, Guns, Sleighs.  .^������-<:  %   ^��^  V*  tm��% '���������*.a * sj  Visit New Piano Saleroom of Mason & Risch  SPECIAL VICTROLA DEPARTMENT  Showing a complete line of their famous Talking Machines in many new styles and case designs. Victor Records and  Music Rolls always on hand.   We have a few Slightly Used Pianos and Players at Bargain Prices.   Easy Te  ...  A special new selection of  most artistic designs in Photo  Frames. Fancy Work Baskets  Children's Books.   A specially large assortment of the  newest publications for the boys and girls.  Copyright Novels and books of all kinds.  Lending Library now complete with a new collection  of good books.  Edison Phonographs, N-V.. .-  man Fountain Pens, Fancy  China, Gillette's Safety Razors  Everything is on the Go. Airships, Flying Machines  Trains,  Whizzing Boats,   Whirling  Toys, Performing  Animals, &c, in a large and varied assortment.  Children Tea Sets.  Dolls, in plain and fancy dresses.  ���  STATIONERY       BOOKS       BRASS GOODS  DIARIES AND CALENDAR PADS  Christmas & New Year Greeting Cards & Calendars  W^k PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  Christmas Gifts for  Smokers  Noatly  all your man friends  ���re smokers, and you cannot  please them better than by a  well-chosen gift of  Cigars, Pipe or  zarettes  CigE  It is an economical gift, too,  and one that is sure to be  appreciated  We have CIGARS in boxes  of I Os, 25* and 50s; CIGARETTES in 50s and 100s, and  a nice range of PIPES with  or without cases.  For the convenience of Ladle,  who can not visit our store in the  daytime, we are open every  evening until 10 o'clock.  The Club Cigar Store  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  BKGULATIONa  '^^^/���WV/N^S^*V^*\^^,i^*^^,��^s^^/%^.^,^VW*  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given, that at the next  statutory meeting ot the Board of Licensing  Commissioners for the City of Kelowna, I,  Arthur Peabody, intend to apply for a renewal of my licence to sell liquor by retail  in tli. premises known aa the Palace Hotel,  situated on the North aide of Bernard  Avenue, between Water Street and Pen-  dszi Street, in the City of Kelowna, B.C.  Dated November 15th, 1916. 52.4  Coal miniag rights ot ttw Doasjaiaa  la Manitoba, Saskatohswsa aSd Austria, tha Yukoa Territory, ths Northwest Tsnitosiss, isd is , portioa ol  th* Province oi British Columbia, otay  ht Waste ior a term ol twenty-oas  years at aa aaim.l rental of II aa  acre. Not moro thai 2,A00  will be leased to oar applisaat.  Applications for tha leaas must ba  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the distriot  ia which tbe rightB applied ior are  situated.  In surveyed territory, th* laad Bust  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions ot sections, and in unsuyvsy-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall   be1 st_ked out by the applieaat  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimate. Furniahed ior all classes  of work  Kaon application must be accompanied by a fee of 15 which will be  refunded II the right applied lot an  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of tha mine at the rats oi  live oents per ton.  Th* person operating ths mine stall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  Bccounting for the full quantity ol  merchantable coal mined and pay ths  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall be furnished at least ones  a ye,r.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may  bo permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights m_y be considered aocessary for the vorkl^g al  Iho mine at the rate of $10 an tore.  For full information appliontion  should be made to the secretary of  the Department ot tho interior, Ottawa, or to tho Agent or Sub-Agant  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of tho interior.  N. B. ���Unauthorized publication ol  this advertisement will not he naid for.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "%�� POEMRED"  SKelowna Troop  Troop First;  Self Last  Edited by Pioneer.  Dec. 5th.  REMEMBER THE DATE  Okanagan Valley Poultry Show  DECEMBER 20-22  AT PENTICTON IN  STEWARD'S  HALL  , B. PENTY, Show Secretary, P.O. Box 184, Penticton, B.C.  Printed Butter  Wrappers  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following, prices:  $1.50  2.00  3.15  4.50  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations ell farmers  who sell butter either  to the stores or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in pro-  mi nent letters the'word ���  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Tha tact ia also emphasized that all butter  in such packagea must  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of same a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy <  butter retains it*, label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  AAPAHER 6t PRINTING t  V/V        INCLUDED  200  500  1000  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.  Owing to the extraordinary rise in the price of butter.  parchment (which has gone up over 100 per cent) we  have been reluctantly obliged to raise our prices slightly.  Nearly all thia paper waa previously manufactured in Belgium, and needless to say this supply has been entirely  cut off. Unfortunately thero is no guarantee against further increases, indeed, thoy are more than likely.  Kelowna Record  Orders by command for week  ending 16th December, 1916.  DUTIES: -- Orderly Patrol for  week, Kangaroos', next for dutv,  Wood Pigeons.  PARADES:-The Otters, Eagles,  Wood Pigeons and Beavers will  parade at the Club-room on Tuesday, December 12th, at 7.15 p.m.  The Wolves, Curlews and Kangaroos will parade at the same time  and place on Wednesday, December 13th. The combined troop  will parade at the same place on  Saturday, December 16th, at 2.30  p.m. The Wolf Cubs will parade  at the old school house on Friday,  December 15th, at 7 p.m.  Weather permitting, we hope to  be able to arrange for another hockey match with the Bankers' Team  on Saturday of this -week.  We ask every Scout in the troop  to bring to his parents' attention  the fact that the Annual Meeting  of the Local Association will be  held on Monday evening next, the  I Ith inst., at 8 p.m. in lhe Club  Room.  We shall have our Annual Bun  Feed on Wednesday, the 28th of  this month.  On Friday, the 24th ultimo, Recruits C. McKenzie and 1. Thomas  passed their Tenderfoot tests successfully and Scout J. Parkinson,  of the Wolves, also re-passed the  same. On Wednesday, 29th ult.,  P. L. G. Groves, Second B Davis  and Scout T. Taylor also re-passed  their Tenderfoot feats. There is  very little time left before the end  of the year and we certainly will  not be able to spend the last few  days of the year in taking Tenderfoot Tests entirely. Also, if a Scout  does not try until the last few davs  and then fails, he will probably  not have a chance of trying again.  There will be no exceptions to the  new rules.  We re-print the following from  the November Headquarters Gazette, commonly known as "The  Green "un."  He being dead yet apeaketh.  Before going out to the front,  here, we regret to say, he was  killed in action last month, Captain  H. Martin, Scoutmaster Lingfield  and Dormanaland Troop, and District Scoutmaster, Surrey, wrote s  letter to be read to his boys,  hould he fail to come back. We  are verv glad.Jo have obtained  permission to publish the follow  ing extracts from this letter: ' I am  writing this on the eve of my de-  patture. God only knows whether  1 am to return or not, but should  it be His will that I am not to, I  write these few lines to help you  boys as far as within me lies the  power. . . . Remember boys  that each one of you brings an influence on your fellows either for  good or bad. You will have many  trials, many temptations, but if,  when they come, you think to  yourselves how can I help other  people best, or what is the right  thing to do, there is little doubt  but that you will do right. In all  that you do don't trouble about  what people think, just do what  vou believe to be right yourselves.  D>>n't be goody-goody and just do  what vou think looks good, because  y iu want people to think you are  t! rod, but be just simple, straightforward, honest, kind-hearted,  pure-minded boys, and you will  turn out to be men wall worthy of  glorious England boys, and all  er noble traditions."  -o  In 1914: How many mile* will  it go an hour )  In 1916: How many miles will  ii go on a gallon of gasoline ?  Report of Provincial Botanist  In a pleasingly illustrated book  let, which is much more readable  than government blue books usual  ly are, Mr. John Davidson pre.  ���ents his third annual report aa  provincial botanist for British Columbia. The range of the work  covered is indicated by the chapter headings, which include item*  on the herbarium, botanical gardens, lecture* on botany, experimental work, garden competition*  and reports of the several botanical explorations of out of the way  corners of the province. The  botanical office keeps in touch, by  means of local correspondents,  with as many district* as possible  at all times, in addition to sending  out these survey*. Over ninety  such correspondent* are now on  the list. They send in specimens  of any new specie* discovered,  and report on local conditions  generally. Most of them are school  teachers, who supply specimen*  and data for information for their  classes.  The office also supplied data for  and assisted in the judging of the  home garden competition last summer, in which only children were  allowed to compete. Mr. Davidson also helped judge the amateur  gardeners' enmpetition for- the  Mayor's Cup.  The woik ot the office also extended to an examination of weed*  in- connection wi[h the reported  poisoning of some cattle last summer. Farmers requiring information to help them find oi exterminate noxious weeds need only write  to the office.  Revenue Reaches High-  Water Mark  November proved to be the  greatest revenue month in the history of the Dominion. Collection*  from all sources for the month  exceed $23,000,000. Thia ia more  than the total revenue for the  Dominion in I860. For the first  eight months of the fiscal year the  revenue is slightly under $145,-  000,000. an increase of over $40.-  000,000 as compared with the  same period last year.  Expenditure on capital account  was $69,517,000 against $65,345,-  000 for the corresponding period  last year. When allowance is made  for increased interest charges this  i* really a decrease. ��  Expenditure on capital account  has been approximately twenty  millions. Last year it wa* $26,-  000,000. For the eight, month*  there haa been a general betterment of forty million dollar* aa  compared with the aame period  last year.  Ninety per cent, of the Fernie  miner* have resumed work since  the recent strike.  A resident of Owen Sound ha*  a snowball tree in his garden which  burst into bloom early in November.  German mark* normally equal  to 23.8 cents of United State*  money, are new only worth about  16_ cents in New York.  The United State* government  awarded contracts for twenty-seven coast defence and two 800-ton  fleet submarines.  [kelowna-west bank  STEAM FERRY  Regular scheduled service now  in operation as follows,:  Leaves Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���   Westbank 9.30 a.m, 4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY  Leasee Kelowna U a.m.  Leaoea Weatbauk 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES 1. CAMPBELL  Phone IOR or Phone 100  At Christmas Time  your friends can buy  anything you can give  them���except  Your Photograph  Our work is the result  of many years' professional experience.  McEWAN    Rowcliffe Block  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUR,  KELOWNA. ,  Christmas Gifts  FOR BOTH OLD AND YOUNG  Make your purchases early and get tke advantage of a large lelectisn  Christmas Cards  A better aelection than ever.  See our Book* of Private Greeting Card*  Fancy Boxed Stationery Diaries and Calendars  Fountain Pens        Shaving Glasses        Manicure Sets  Toilet Requisites Perfumes Fancy Soaps  Cameras and Photo Supplies  W. R. TRENCH & CO.  DRUGS AND STATIONERY  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  Meat Merchants  A S usual we are making provision for a  ** supply of especially fine Beef, Mutton,  Pork, &c, for the Festive Season. Get your  order in early for the Christmas Tuikoy.  Geese, Ducks and Poultry  L  Phono 135  Opposite Palace Hotel  t kurgday, December 7U. j?h?  KELOWNA   RBCORD  tAJJiftV*  ^^Ur  Vthei fkts on  "Sale This Week  at   -    - $2.50  Trimmed and Un trimmed Velvet  , Hats will be on sale this week.-The  selection offers a great opportunity  ' to purchase a winter hat at a mod-  1 erate price.   A fiood selection to  choose Irom at    - - - -  .  $2.50  '40-inch Poplin This  Week at 85c  . ��� ��� ,...��� ,       . -i ��� t-  "OLORED Poplins, very suitable for evening wear, in  ' colors of Copenhagen, Rose, Cream and Navy.   ' Comes in 40-inch wide  The  Fashion Book  for  WINTER  ol the Celebrated  Pictorial  Review  Patterns  and  January Fashions  Now on Ssle.  Phone 361  material  and   will  be  sold for this week at  85c  A FULL assortment  of Xmas Handkerchiefs, Fancy Linens,  Boudoir Caps, new Collars and Blouses now in  stock.  Kelowna  PRINTED BUTTER WRAPPERS  We call your attention to our advertisement on page 3,  pointing out the alight increase in prices, made necessary  by the abnormal rise in cost of paper owing to the war.  1    Christmas  Cheer  ,  ��n be enjoyed this year as in years gone by.  We may have to curtail bur expenditures on ex  pensive luxuries and decorate   our  Christmas  tables with the more humble and healthful staple  groceries.   In spite of advancing prices in all  lines of Groceries we can still offer exceptional  .'  ralues to the careful buyer.  1  Cranberries  2 lbs. for 35c  Comb Honey  Per square, 30c  1  Popping Corn  2 Ib*. for 25c  Mince Meat  1  Pressed Fige  Per lb. 25c  Arab Dates  Per lb.'15c  Per lb. 25c  Glace  Cherries,     Half-  pound pkg*. Each 45 c  1  1  Wagataffe'a  Jam*,  any  variety, per pail, 85c  Choice White'Fig*  3 lb*, for 50c  1  Clutter Raisins  Per lb. 25c  Ginger Snap*, crisp and  new.   Per lb. 15c  Good Eating Apples  Good Cooking Apples  Per box, 75c  1  N��w Currant*  New Peel*  New Raisins  New Sultana*  y. New Walnut*  \r   Almond*,  "      Peanuts,  Brazil*  ��� New Extracts & Spices  Fresh   Chocolates   and  Candy at reasonable  Prices ; in fact everything necessary  for a  Festive Christmas.  *  P. D. C  A  MPBELL  Phone Three Oh 1                   Phone Three Oh!  ..    -           , ���    ���.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pedlar returned from the coast Saturday.  The Rev. T. W. Scolt, of Peachland, was in town yesterday.  Let Knowles solve your Xu.ae  present difficulty.  Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Harkcr are  are now staying in New York, having gone there from Los Angeles.  The service al St. Andrew's Okanagan Mission, will be at 8 a.m.,  Sunday next, the I Oth inst.  Mrs. Caeaar and Miss Comyn  Ching were visitors in town Tuesday from Okanagan Centre.  Dr. Haley, veterinary inspector  for the district, was in town Tuesday.  The W.C.T.U. will hold it* regular meeting on Thursday afternoon,  December 14th, at the home of  Mrs. H. H. Millie.  Mr. and Mr*. Copeland invited  the Sire Brigade,, their wives and  friends to their home last Friday  evening. Mayor Jones and Aid.  Millie, chairman of the Fire Protection committee, were present.  The Mission Band of the Bap  list church is giving an entertain,  ment in the church to-night under  the direction of Miss Reekie and  Miss Edna Clarke, who have for a  long time been training the children. A collection ia to be taken up  in aid of mission*.  R. Wanless, of Penticton, is reported as having died of wounds  This has since been verified. He  was a brother of Miss Ruth Wan-  less, who was employed in the  government telegraph office here  during the summer.  Please remember the Twigs are  holding a sale of fancy articles and  homemade candies at Morrison's  Hall, on Saturday afternoon, December 16th, Mothers unable to  attend the ladies' weekly sewing  meetings can help the cause by  donating cakes for the afternoon  teas to be served. Donations, how.  ever small, will be gratefully re  ceived at J. B. Knowles' store.  A large number of the members  and adherents of the Baptist church  took advantage of the invitation to  a social evening at the home of  Mr and Mrs. Geo. Patterson last  Thursday evening. Needless to add  a most enjoyable time was spent  and the following programme rendered by members of the choir,  waa given during the evening:   ���  Solo I See Red Rose Blooming  Mr. S. Week.  Quartette.Who Killed Cock Robin ?  Mrs. H. Jenkins, Mr.. A. Clarke,  Messrs. Week, and Bartholomew  Solo A Perfect Day  Mrs. P. Harding  Duet The'Gipsy Countess  Mrs. H. Jenkins and Mr. S. Weeks  Quartette Sweet and Low  '    Mrs. H. Jenkins, Mrs. A. Clarke,  Messrs. Week, and Bartholomew  Duet Larboard Watch  Mr...H. lenkin. and Mr. S. Week.  Miaa Clarke accompanied. An  item which caused much amusement was the first duet by Mr.  Weeks and Mrs. Jenkins, who appeared in costume. Sid, who had  to appear as the count, was garbed  in a Prince Albert and high silk hat  and the gipsy, whose costume was  exceptionally true to style, could  hardly be blamed for " accepting  his fortune " and fixing the date 1  W. R. GLENN & SON  AUCTIONEER  1 hnvo hid ovor 21  years' ez-  Ecrience in the Auctioneering  uiineii, particularly in the  line of Cattle, Farm Implements ond Household Furniture; and thu experience ia  at your disposal, It meana  better results from your auction sales.  , Anyone wishing to arrange (or  an Auction Sale should ace or  write to  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 193, R.sid.nce at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. G. W. CUNNINGHAM  Pendozi Street, is acting ��s agent la  Kelowna and will make all arrangement, (or ths conducting ot sate.  Mr. Geo. Ritchie was a passenger to Vancouver Monday.  Mr. D. Leckie returned Monday  from a visit to Calgary.  Knowles' watch guessing on  Saturday, December 16th,  Mrs. Earl Blackwood and her  daughter went to Hamilton, Ont.,  Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. T. Duggan and  their daughter Mabel returned yesterday from the coast, the latter  being much improved in health.  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rankin  were passengers for Seattle Mon,  day.  Mrs. Fumerton went up to the  Landing yesterday to meet her  daughter/ who was arriving from  Winnipeg.  Although the new picture theatre in the Lequime building has  not been quite completed yet, it is  so (ai advanced that a start was  made Tuesday.  The government dredge has  been at work for some weeks past  deepening the approach to the  C.P.R freight slip.  Pte. Alec Smith arrived home  from the front last Thursday. He  will spend some time in town before proceeding to the coast.  Don't worry over what to give  your friends for Xmas. Go to  Knowles. he will do the worrying  lor you.  The monthly meeting of the  Country Girls' Hospital Aid will  beheld at the home of Mrs. Whitehead on Saturday, December 9th,  at 3 o'clock.  The name of Mr, John Symonda  appears among the list of wounded this week, Mr. Symonds joined up in town during the early  part of the war.  Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bird desire  to thank all friends for their' kind  sympathy and help in the loss of  their little girl, also for the many  flowers and wreaths* and other  tokens.  Mr. and Mrs, Glen Ives returned  Friday from Armstrong where  they have been residing since leaving Kelowna a couple of years  ago. They intend to remain- in  Kelowna over the winter.  I Mr. Percy Harding left Saturday  afternoon for Nelson where he ha*  (secured a position. Percy waa well  known in town and enjoyed the  confidence of a large circle of  friends. He will be missed by the  Baptist church, especially in the  Sunday school, of which he was  secretary for a considerable time  Mrs. Harding is remaining here  until the new year.  Messrs J, F. Fumerton or. Co have  an interesting relic of the war on  view in their window this week in  the shape of a "gas mask," one of  the fearsome looking appliances  which are necessary to protect the  men against German '���" kultur."  It was sent home by Mr. Fumer-  ton's son who is with the overseas  boys.  Dr. Boyee has been appointed  temporarily to fill the position of  medical officer to the B. C. Horse  at Vernon, in place of Dr, Morris  who has left for overseas. Dr. and  Mrs. Boyee went up to Vernon  Monday and will probably be resident there for the next few months.  In the meantime the Red Cross  workers are bemoaning the loss of  their efficient and energetic president.  Pendozi Street  In our Implement Department will be found a  complete and varied stock of  Feed Cuttets Root Pulpers  Sleighs and Cutters  HARNESS IS OUR SPECIALTY  A CARLOAD OF VEHICLES  has been recently placed in stock and your inspection of these is invited  Wool Rugs, Horse Blankets, Trunks & Suit Cases  wmjCHWCH^C8��cC8w  J. GALBRA1TH  Plumber arid Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81     * Phone 5705  Kelowna, B.C.  //  Ladies   Wishing   to   Order  SP1RELLA   CORSETS  oaa asset  MRS. J. H. OAVIBS  on Saturday    of uA week, or    ��__������  in Room No. 1. Oak Hall Block, between thf, kours of 3:30 and S:80 p.m.  C. Nicoll  Dray and Transfer Agent  Phone 132  Will move you quick and cheap  Silks, Fancy Chinas,  Curios and Toys  Select your pretty and inexpensive Christmas Gifts from  our newly imported stock of these artistic Japanese goods  THE JAPANESE STORE  Leon Avenue  Kelowna  OK. LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND F1NISH1NGLUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  COAL  COAL  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50       Taber Smokeless, $11.00  Princeton Lump $8.00 Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Wanted  Buggies, Democrats  Single Work Wagons, Doubfe Work  Wagons,   Ploughs,  Harrows, Cultivators, Seeders, Single. Driving Harness,  Single Work Harness, Sewing Machines, Refrigerators,  Dressing Tables, Side Boards, Kitchen Tables, Sets of  Drawers, Kitchen Tables, Chairs of all kinds, Cook  Stoves, Ranges���  Anything you have for sale sold  on commission  If you want to buy or sell anything see  STOCKWELL, the Auctioneer PACK SIX  KELOWNA   RBCOXD  ���li ss     ��� .,  Thursday, Decninber 7I1, 1916  ( WANTED! 1  FOR SALE���Ford car, $300. Everything  in good running order. Apply D.  Leckie. 44tf  FOR SALE, about 70 Barkihire pedigreed  young iowi and boars, from 3 to 5  months old, and brood sows, also three  ���nares and one horte. Apply J. L. Pridham. Box 49, Kolowna. 46tf  FOR SALE, cheap, 2 safes, I typewriter,  2 ribbon caaea, I small wares case, 1  high desk, 8-day clock, vinegar barrels,  Indian Motor cycle, almost now. J. F.  Fumerton & Co. 50rf  HOUSE TO RENT, Furnished, eight  rooms with bath, on Bernard Avenue.  $15 per month. Apply Harvey ot Dug.  gen. 48tf  FOR SALE-Galvani/ed. single strand,  fencing wire, Nos. 9 and 12. Good as  new; 4c per lb,    Apply A. M. Cowan.   3.6p  FOR SALE, 13 young pigs, ready to wean,  $2.23 each: also 10 brood sows. Apply  Henry Burtch, Kelowna. 52tf  OVERCROWDED-Wil! sell a few good  R. I. Red pullets for $1 each to make  room.    I. M. Harvey, 52tf  FOUND Purae containing sum of money.  Owner can have same by describing  contents. Apply Ira Brisbin, Glenn Avenue.  52-3_  IN POUND  Notice u hereby given that one three-  year-old bay gelding, branded V in a horse*  shoe on left shoulder, blaze on face and  white sock left hind foot, also yearling  gelding, no brand, star on forehead and  white nock on right hind foot, were impounded in East Kelowna Pound November 20th.���J. R. Anderson.  STRAYED, Black Gelding, star on fore,  head, weighing about 1400 lba., brand  similar to a large figure four on left  shoulder (old Leq uime brand), age  about 14. $10 reward. Seeley, Vernon.  3.5p  ������    PROFESSIONAL AND    "  ������       BUSINESS CARDS      "  ^wwansinn<iig..al^s.t..s^��>.��.ss..s>������������������������������������������"������  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. B.C  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Willit's Block   ���   rteloicna, B.C  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  has resumed hi. teaching classes and will  receive  pupils  as  before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  IMPORTANT  CONVENTION OF  FARMERS' INSTITUTES  (Continued Irom I'orro 1.)  of the school garden movement.  The idea was to put something  more tangible before the boys and  girls which would seize their interest and be of more use to them  than a smatter of the classics.  Men in all walk* of life would  be better for a knowledge of agriculture. Bankers, commercial and  professional men would do their  work better for a knowledge of  the agricultural work going on  around them.  In conclusion, Mr. Cibson gave  a hint of. a scheme which would  be tried in the public schools next  year, to interest the boys and girls  in the "Patriotism and Production"  movement. The idea was that  they ahall turn into money something which they had been responsible for growing���it might be  the produce of the school garden,  poultry, pigs or calves. The  schools would thus be helping in  the patriotic movement and at the  same time helping and educating  themselves.  . Mr. Hopkins' address was unfortunately very brief, owing to the  lateness of the hour, but he managed to leave a very strong impression of the value of the stock  and dairying industry in any community. The fact that labor was  occupied all the year round, that  there were no great ups and downs  ot prices, snd that the best of all  fertilizers, barnyard mannre, was  constantly being returned to the  ground were only a few of the  advantages. He was glad to ree  the progress which dairying was  making hrie.  Mr. Hopkins concluded with a  reference to the work of the boys'  and girls' clubs and competitions  wilh which he had been concerned  during the past year, and urged  that every enccuragement be given  to them.  F. W. GROVES  M. Cn.i. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cicil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surceuor  Surveys snd Reports on Irrigation Work*  Application* fo, Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DtfMTIST  P. 0, Box l��S PBoss ������  Corner Pendozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR It BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  tngs.Tov.'n and Country Residences  OHN CURTS, KELOWNA  A BULLETIN OF SWEETS  WE HA VE CANDIES FOR EVERYBODY   ������"���      '    ' ' ��� "'T   ' ,       . .     i       ������   iiiM-����� i.s ���������..,   ���..,.      i in.   i���i,     li-^H I   in        ���������.���������"���     iai    ���!���������������  ^     i^^^SaMS^s^sjpsMsjspssyssjM^i a in    is  Cent goods (or the Kiddies, Fancy Boxes (or the Lovers, and everything you need either in price or in  assortment to please everybody else.  H)ST LOOK OVER  THE LISTS BELOW :    ,' ,  Cent Goods  Licorice Whistles, Licorice  Whips, Licorice Pipes, Licorice  Plugs, Sugar Sticks, Nifty Rolls,  Fig Bars, Hard Men, Mallow  Squares, Teddy Bears, Cocoa  Dabs and All Day Suckers.  Five for Five cents  Five cent Packages  Candy Kisses, Salted Peanuts,  Nut Mallow Bars, Crisp Bars,  Cream Bars, Nut Milk Bars,  Plain Milk Bars and Caravan  Bars.  Five cents each  Merchants' Mixture  25c per pound '  We told you about this one  before as being particularly  good for Christmas entertainments. It is pure candy and  doesn't stick.  In pail lots it sells (or 20c  Here are some of  our 30c lines  Milk caramels, Maple Butter*,  Cream chocolate*, Conversation  Lozenges, Gum Drop*, Humbugs, Scotch Mints, English  Mints, Assorted Kisses, Jersey  Caramels, Jelly Bean*, Cream  Mixture, Asaorted Caramel*  and Peppermint Puffs.  All 30c per pound  For a 40c Assortment  Look at This  Stuffed Dates, Lilac creams,  Cocoanut Squares, Fruit Jujubes, Taffy Beans, Filled Caramels, Peerless Jellies, But-a-  Pats, Barley Sugar, Marzipan  Logs, Mint Fluffs and Crispy  Fluffs.  40c per pound  Snow White Chocolates  in Five Different Flavors, at  60 per pound  At 50c per lb. we have  Some Good Ones, too  Apricot Bon Bon*, Jelly Square*  Sugared Almond*, Cocoanut  Bon Bon* and a Favorite Miz-  ' Hire of Caramel*, Chocolates,  Creams and Marsh Mallow*.  50c per pound  The jjjjc line is Canons'*  They are aaid  to, be, and we  believe  they  are  " The finest  in the land." We have'them in '  a variety of a  dozen1 or  more  kind*.     !        r..  Ganong Bros.' Chocolates,  60c per pound i  Cowan's Milk  Chocolates  In Maple Bud*, Medallion*,  Nonparel Wafer*, Coffe Drop*,  Emblem* and Triumph Chocolates,  Also sell at 60c per pound  In Decorated Boxes we can undoubtedly please you. Every box is a treat in style, shape and design, and every  chocolate is stamped G.B., as our Fancy Boxes are all Ganong Bros.' make. Boxes at 35c, 50c, 65c, 75c, $1,  $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3, $3.50, $5, and a Great Big Beauty at $6.50. They are all just lovely  THE McKENZlE CO., LIMITED  \  J. A. BIGGER*  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished (or all clannei  of work  TOYS! TOYS!  Our stock is now very large and in great variety.   Come  and make your choice early while the selection is good  Fancy China Cups and  V  _ j is*/3i/>e   make usejul and appreciated Christmas  ��wC*tl-t/L// O      Gifts.    Step in and see our display  Will there be a Victrola in your  home this Christmas?  Our Chritmas stock is now in, and there  is a fine and  varied assortment of Machines & Records to choose from  JAMES H. TRENWITH  I  "THE  ELECTRIC MOP"  Private Sale  of the following pieces of  FURNITURE at my residence  on Glenn Avenue, Kelowna :  Oak Arm Chair (Mission style).  Wicker Arm Chair<(leather sest and back)  Wicker Rocking Chair.  Bed Roam Chair (cane bottom)  Screen.  Bed Room Set, Quarter cut Oak, consist.  ing of Dresser. Chiffonier, Wa.hstand  and Bed.  Child's Iron Cot, with Mattress.  The above may be inspected by making  appointment with me over the phone  (Phone No. 47), or calling at my office,  Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  W. E.ADAMS'  The Corporation of the City ot  Kelowna  Voters'List for I9I7  Notice i. hereby given that a Court of  Revision will be held on Monday, December I Ith, I9I6, at ten o'clock in thejfore-  noon, at the Council Chamber, Kelowna,  B.C., for the purpose of hearing and determining any application to strike out the  name of any person which ha. been im  properly placed upon the Municipal Voters' List far the year I9I7, or to place on  such list the name of any person improperly omitted from same.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna B.C., City Clerk.  November 20th, I9I6. I-3  Don't worry over what to give  your friend* for Xmas. Go to  Knowles. he will do the worrying  for you.  The Spokane International  railway b,as finally been taken  nver by the C. P. R. interests���  the bonds having been backed by  thc big road.  A patron of the Myrtle cheese  factory, Ennismaie, was fined  f50 and eosts la*t week for selling  deteriorated milk   to   the  tmoHoty.  REMEMBER THE DATE  Okanagan Valley Poultry Show  DECEMBER 20-22  AT PENTICTON IN  STEWARD'S HALL  S. B. PENTY, Show Secretary, P.O. Box 184, Penticton; B.C.  Comfort, Ease  and Gracefulness  That'* what every woman wants in  Corsets, and that's what she gets whan  she buys  ��_. _.   _ , Corsets  " CtrM tomfort becomes sectmi  nature to wearers ef C/C a U  OrtuCmtls." Each   model  is  perfectly  designed  The boning is light, rustless and properly sewn and the other materials  snd workmanship exquisitely neat.  Come aad look over the new models  ��� and pick out the corset best suited  to you.  77mm. Lawson, Limited  <  j.

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