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Array m"m^F  litlotom  ctotb  VOL. XI.   NO. 35.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1919.���4 PAGES  ~  Z  $1.50 Per Annum  "She machine which mill he used by Captains Hoy and "Dixon in their visit to Keloana on August 13th and 14th  Still Dissatisfaction  Felt Over Road Work  Board of Trade Invites District  Engineer to Meet Committee  Will Consider Important Pretty Garden Fete  Road matters still continue tu  hold the attention of the Board of  Trade, and much discussion took  place on this subject at Tueaday'a  meeting.  A letter from the Hon. J. H. King,  minister of public works, was in  answer to the Board's suggestion  that an official be appointed solely  in charge of the roads in the Kelowna diatrict. Dr. King did not  see the necessity for appointing  further officials as the government  now had a competent and efficient  staff in district engineer Gvvyer  and road superintendent McAlpine,  He was satisfied they were doing  all in their power' to take care of  the road situation in the district so  far as the money granted them  would allow. He was of opinion  that the roads were being taxed  with heavier traffic than was anticipated when they were constructed,  but it was the intention to improve  thero from time to time to take  care of this traffic.  This raised a good deal of protest, especially from Mr. Hereron,  who claimed that much of the read  work being done was useless.  Mr. S. T. Elliott said that nine-  tenths of the people in the district  would not agree with Dr. King as  to the competency of the staff, as  resolutions had been sent in from  all sides asking for the road superintendent's resignation. One had  only to look at the roads, he aaid,  to prove they were right. He contended further that they were not  putting the proper material on the  roads.  It was finally decided to ask  Engineer Gwyer to pay a further  viait to Kelowna and meet the  Transportstion Committee of the  Board.  Mr. L V. Rogers reported the  result of an interview with the district road engineer, Mr. Gwyer,  respecting the new road from Wilcox's corner lb the Postil Rsnch.  He said that notwithstanding the  protest of the Board the road would  be built along the new line laid  down by the engineer. Mr. Gwyer  also stated that as soon as the ordinary grant for roads had been  expended the emergency grant  would be used and the money  spent on the main travelled roads.  The engineer had not been enthusiastic over the prospects of a  Kelowna-Naramata road, but had  promised to look into the feasibility of its construction.  A letter from the chief inspector  of fisheries stated that an effort  was to be made to introduce the  fry of Kamloops trout into Okanagan Lake.  A number of delegates were appointed to attend the convention  at Vernon regarding the hydroelectric development at Shuswap  Falls.  Mr. Knowles reported that the  special committee appointed to  consider  the  advisability of tbe  Hydro-Electric Scheme  for Okanagan Valley  A convention is being held in  Vernon to-day to consider the matter of developing hydro-electric  power from the Shuswap Falls east  of Vernon and the Adams river in  the Kamloops district.  The idea is to start a campaign  to develop the power at these two  points by means of the co-operation of the Dominion government  and the various municipalities interested, with the object of providing electric energy for lighting systems and industrial purposes, with  the possible ultimate object of  electrifying the Kamloops-Kelow>  na branch of the C.N.R.  The invitation to thia convention  haa been extended to all the municipalities, boards of trades, and all  farmers' organizations from Kelowna to Kamloops.  Board making exhibits at various  exhibitions during the year, had  recommended that only the provincial fair at New Westminster be  selected for this purpose. It was  admitted that even in this case  little enthusiasm had been shown,  and it was decided to take no action until next meeting.  The publicity agent of the C.P.R.  gave notice that a cup would be  offered for the best half bushel of  hard spring wheat exhibited at the  Kansas City Exposition on Sep  (ember 24th, and it was decided  to advertise the fact for the benefit  of local farmers.  The Vernon Board of Trade  asked for a contribution of $7.50  toward the expense of putting up  signs at Sicamous calling the attention of passengers to the Okanagan  This was agreed to.  A complaint that the destruction  of beavers had something to do  with the shortage of water, it being  maintained that their dama aerved  to hold back supplies of water in  the hills, was referred to the Game  Association.  A letter from the Hon. Martin  Burrell enclosing a communication  from the Dominion Minister of  Public Works made it clear that no  post office would be erected in  Kelowna this year, ar no public  buildings were being erected in the  small cities owing to financial demands created by the war.  Replying to a complaint regaid-  ing rubbish by the roadside on  Bankhead hill, Supt. McAlpine  stated that it was the intention to  do some grading and filling at that  point and the rubbish would be  either burnt or covered, and further  deposits prohibited.  Some further discussion arose  regarding the probable location of  the suggested union atat.on in Kelowna, some favoring aaking the  railway companies to place it on  the Main street. As a difference  of opinion existed on this point,  however, no definite action was  taken.  R.  D.  Sullivan waa elected a  oftbr  Held at Benvoulin  ���Under the auspices of the United  Farm Women of British Columbia,  a most enjoyable garden fete was  held at the home of Mrs. J. B.  Fisher of Benvoulin on Thuraday  night last. Owing to the lovely  evening a splendid crowd turned  out. Mr. Trenwith had kindly installed the Delco light and lanterns  which added greatly to the aetting  of the programme, which was  lengthy, and to which many musical numbers were kindly contributed by Kelowna and Rutland.  Mr. J. v7. Jones. M.P.P., opened  with a few remarks which were  followed by a Japanese aong and  dance by the Misses Bouvet and  Black. Patsy Anderson and three  others of the small pupils of Mrs.  P. Anderson added considerably  to their already enviable reputation  during the five numbers which they  contributed, of which the toe dancing was a special feature. Miss E.  Fleming in a solo and Miss Ritchie  and Mr. Bamling in a duet gave  great credit as pupils of Mrs. Her-  ga Ambler. Three solos given by  Mr. McKenzie were enthusiestieal-  ly received, as were those rendered by Mr. Brown. Other solos  were contributed by Mrs. Gordon  Scott, Miss Dalziel and Mr. Con-  nell. Everett Fleming favored with  a reading and Miss W. Homuth  contributed a splendid pianofoite  solo. Accompaniments to the various solos and choruses were played by Meg'damea Braden and  Ambler to whom thanks are due  Another splendid feature of the  evening was the playette "From  'way Down East" put on by five  members of the club. Following  the play, Mra. DeMara, retaining  her costume as "Jeremiah Pike,  recited "Grandpa's Toot to the  City," which was well received by  her many hearers.  Altogether the evening was a  most successful one, both with regard to programme and refreshments which were served by twelve  little Dutch girls, as well ss from a  financial standpoint. The proceeds  which amounted to $109, will go  towards the building of a community hall (Benvoulin's war memorial),  which the farm women of the district intend to erect this fall.  Many Returned Hen  Med This Week  Retumd men have been coming  in fast during the paat week, every  day's boat bringing one or more.  On Saturday Sergt. Chas. Kirkby  and Capt T. Leader came in. The  former enlisted with the 48th early  in the war, .and the latter joined  the Imperial Army in England.  On Monday J. H. Thompson of  Okanagan Mission was the arrival.  He has been with the Canadian  Railway Corps in England.  On Tuesday Lt. Claude James,  S. Neil, W. Easton and G. Reith,  jnr., arrived. The former has had  many exciting adventures with the  motor boat patrol and has alao  aerved on a British destroyer.  L-Corp. Easton has served for over  three years with the Medical Corps  in France, leaving here in 1915.  Yesterday Serg. Hirst, formerly  second engineer at the power  house, returned. He left in 1915 to  join the Imperial Officers' Training  Corps, but transferred to the loth  Canadian Scottish. He was wounded at Ypres and again at the  Somme. He ia staying with E.  Fowler on Manhattan Beach for a  few weeks.  Vernon Man Takes Over  New Theatre and  Moving Pictures  Training has commenced for the  bigg-r events in the regatta programme, and almost every evening  either the light fours or the war  canoe are to be seen. Much training will be needed for the crews of  the former especially.  The British dirigible R. 33 Tuesday began final preparations for  her flight to India. She expects to  leave this week. She will go via  France, Switzerland,* Italy and  Egypt, landing at Rome and Cairo.  Keep Friday, 16th free for the  dance in the Glenmore school  house given in aid of the Kelowna  District Memorial Fund.  A deal has been closed this week  by which Mr. H. E. Berry of Vernon  becomes proprietor of the local  moving picture theatre, and in addition, of the large new modern  opera house which ia in courae of  erection. Purchase of the business  from Mrs. Raymer has been under  consideration for some time and  final arrangements were made at  the beginning of the week. The  deal is an interesting one to Kelowna people for many reasons. Mr.  Berry is in the "movie" business  on a large scale, having control of  the theatres in Kamloops, Vernon  and Penticton. The acquisition of  the local house will therefore complete a strong circuit which will no  doubt enable the management to  bring in many attractions otherwise  beyond our scope.  The building is now being pushed forward again, some changea  having been made to suit the views  of the new proprietor.  The opera houae in Kelowna has  been associated with the Raymer  family ever aince the town could  boast anything of the kind. The  first Raymer's Hall was upstairs in  the old wooden building which  occupied the corner where Law-  eon's atore now stands. Later the  late H. W. Raymer built the Opera  House fronting on Water street  and recently destroyed by fire.  The moving picture business  was first started about nine years  ago by a man named Farquhar in  what had been Campbell Bros,  electric ahop and now the Bowling  Alley. After a few months the  business was taken over by J. I.  Campbell and later purchased by  Robt. Duncan, who alao leased the  Opera Houae and combined the  two.  las) Visitor is Drowned  miMki  Efforts of Friends on Shore to  Save Her Unsuccessful  Just aa we go to press the newa  comes of a sad drowning accident  off the city park, in which Mias  Alice Stuart, a lady visitor, lost her  life. Miss Stuart, who was a teacher in Saskatoon, has been spending her vacation here with her  cousins, the Harveys. Shortly before six o'clock she had gone down  usual to bathe and chose a place  about fifty yarda beyond the Aquatic Association grandstand, possibly unaware that that is a most  dangeroua place, as ths beach  drops o.f so quickly into deep  water. She was accompanied bv  Mrs. Jim Harvey and Mias Peggy  Harvey, but these two ladies had  not joineo her in bathing. Apparently Miss Stuart got beyond her  depth and not being a good swimmer took fright and sank almoit  at once. Her two companions  made desperate efforts to reach  her, Mias Harvey herself almost  getting into difficulties aeveral  times. Being beyond the regular  bathing place no help was at hand  and by the time Mr. Foote, caretaker from the aquatic pavilion, and  others could be summoned, the  unfortunate young lady had been  lost sight of. Mr. Foote dived in  several times but was unable to  locate her. Finally Reg. Weddell  caught sight of her lying in deep  water ana she waa brought up  with grappling irons, having then  been under water about , twenty  minutes.  Dr. Knox was in the pavilion at  the time and Dr. Campbell was  also summoned, and they used  every means to restore her but  without success. Naturallv the unfortunate occurence has caused the  greatest distress.  A telegram has been sent to Mr.  Robert Stuart, of Vancouver, brother ot the deoeased lady, and he  will no doubt be here as quickly  as possible to make funeral arrangements.  Misa Stuart was well-known in  Kelowna, having paid similar visits  previously. She was to have left  to-morrow for the coaat  LEAGUE  STANDINGS  BASEBALL  Teasa        fltni Wets Last  Enderby    6        5 I  Kelowna    6       2 3  Vemon    5        I 4  LACROSSE  For  Af *o>  56  46  35  46  47  44  Team  Armstrong.  Kalowna    5  Vernon  5  Flared   Won  6        6  Coals  For Aa'n.1  48      19  IB      31  IS      34  The Vemon baseball and la  teams are both to viait Kelowna  today to meet the local boys in  League matches in tbe Park. The  baseball game will take place at  4 p.m., while the lacrosse match  will start at 6.30.  Preparing to Float  New Victory Loan  Preliminary preparations for the  Dominion loan which is tb be floated in the fall are under way. Now  that the war is over and financial  conditiona are normal, it is regarded as probable that the loan will  not be tax-exempted, as was its  war-time predecessors. Should the  government decide to follow this  course, there is little doubt that the  rate of interest will be made quite  attractive as compared with the  rate at which Victory Bonds can  now be bought in open market.  The terms of the new loan and  getting the organization togetlier  for making it a success will be one  of the first problems to be taken  up by the new miniater of finance,  when he is appointed.  Picture shoss Captains ($. Hoy and Qeo. 'Dixon, who ��/'/ p'rform  tome  rtmmkaUe fying hate at tht Kelowna Tt^ftta next month PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, July 17,191  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rightB 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 u term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2.500 acrea will be leased to  on*-'  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  mnde by the applicant in person to the  Arsfent or Sub-agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  liach application must be accompanied hy a fee of $&, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  .ivailable. but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  oenta per ton.  In surveyed territories the land must  be described by sections or legal subdivisions ot sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked  out by the  applicant himself.  Tha person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such re  turns shall be furnished at least once  i  year.  The lease will include the coal mln-  .ng rights only, but ihe leasee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  ut  tlie rate of $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be mnde to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for).  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  ; We sell all kinds of Fresh Fhh in  season and Shell Fish  j Phone 243 Delivery  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second ��� Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next  lo the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BbRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  AUCTIONEER  Having concluded satisfactory  arrangement* with Harvey,  Duggan Ac Davies to look after  my interests in Kelowna and  district, I am now prepared to  place at the disposal of the  public my 27 years experience  in the auctioneering business.  This experience has covered  auction of every description  but more particularly in the  line of Catile. Farm, Implements and Household Furniture:. I am also prepared to  make an offer of purchase on  all movables such as Farm  Stock, Implements and Household effects. Arrangements for  sales and any information required can be obtained at the  offices of Harvey, Duggan &  Davies.  G. H. KERR  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOltfNH RECORD  fnUiahasi array Tanraaaay at Kalarsmar,  Brillek Columbia  JOIN LEATHLEY  Baiter and Proprietor  SUB8CWPT10S  RATI*  months.  tlnlud  li.no   dsc   raar:   Tie.,   ail  statu 10 esata arirllaVlaal  subscribers   at   tha renter rat.   oaa aavs  ���sua  papsr.  marled  to trisods  at a dist.se  Bt HALF HATE. La., Tl soot, psr raar.  This sDsclel privUeas   la   araaestl   lor   tks  rmrposs of adv.rti.iar *b* ettr aad district.  All strbsertptioae oarabts ia edveaes  ADVERTISING  BATES  I DIME NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  inc.. '..ft  cents dm  column inoh nsr ��ask.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICS8-S0 dars. Mr  to dars 17.  WATER NOTlCES-ta tor Sre laswtlosa.  r.EUAl. ADTBRTISINO-Ftrst inssrtloa. IS  osnts par lias: aaoa sabasoasat inssrtloa. A  cuata  osr  lias.  HSPI.AY ADVERTISEMENTS-!wo laakss  and under. 50 osnts taa- Ineh tint itusrtlon  nvar two Inohss 40 osnts por inch first insertioa: 20 cant, usr incb <teeb subesaosnt  insertion.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -t osnt.  nsr word first Insertion. 1 oent per word  each subsequent inasrtloa.  All chances in contract advertisements unit  I* iu the hands ol tb. printer br Tuesdav  nvsnitv  to   ensure    poblieation   ia   tbs   salt  Rutland News  /��� Packet of  /v.WILSON'S' \  ��PAi)s  VWjli'lfi'tt MORttFtlES THAN /  IS���WORTH  OF ANY J  'STICKY fLY CATCHER.  ;.n f i liandlc  .-., Gi'OCi im ;  Sold by all Drug-  rid General Stores.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  PREPARED"  Kelowna Troop.  Troop First;  Self Last  Edited by Pioneer. July 15th, 1919  Mias Olive Caythorpe returned  to her home in Vernon on Monday  after spending a ahort visit with  Miss Annie Gay.  A service to celebrate the signing of peace ia to be held on Sunday, July 20th, in the Methodist  church. There is to be special  music and if the hot weather con  tinues the service will probably be  held on the parsonage lawn.  A dance is being arranged for  Friday, July 25th in the Rutland  schoolhouse. The affair is being  arranged by the young people and  any proceeds are to go to the Athletic Club. Refreshments will be  provided, and the services of a  Kelowna orchestra have been secured.  The annual meeting of the Rutland school district was held last  Saturday evening and was very  poorly attended. . The retiring  trustee, Mr. Barber, was induced to  stand again, though he at first declined to do so. Other nominations being withdrawn he was declared re-elected by acclamation.  The estimates of expenditure for  the coming year were presented  and amounted to $3,000.  The monthly meeting of the  Women's Institute was held at the  home of Mrs. "v*/. McDonald last  Thursday evening. Several important matters were discussed.  Mr. D. McDonald, who has been  keeping bees in this district for  eleven years, gave an interesting  talk, which should prove a great  help to those who intend taking  up this industry. A hearty vote of  thanks was given the lecturer. Refreshments were aerved by Miss  Gay and Mrs. Gray and a collection taken up (or the Special Comforts Fund, which realized $4.  The baseball game last Saturday  between Rutland and Ellison was  cut short aomewhat by the late  start. Only five innings could be  played and even then the last one  had to be finished by moonlight.  Moonlight, of course, is all r ���ht  foi certain paatimea, but it is not  just the thing (or baseball, and the  game waa a very ragged and uncertain one. Ellison got off with a  good 1-ad at the star! and although  Rutland pulled up considerably  towards the end, they could not  quite regain all the advantage thev  had lost, and the score ended 9-6  in (avor of Ellison. Carney and  Ferguson made a good battery (or  the Ellison team while Rutland  had Quigley and Armstrong. An  effort is being made to make arrangements (or a series of alternate  (ootball and baseball games.  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. and Mrs. Burtch have visiting  them, Mr. and Mra. E. Hall (rom  Sarnia, Ontario.  Mr and Mra. Friar (rom Winnipeg, spent a part of their honeymoon at the home of Mra. Friar'a  aunt, Mrs. J. B. Fisher.  In the Benvoulin Presbyterian  Church on Sunday July 20th, Peace  Sunday will be observed with appropriate music and special addreaa.  Misses Lucy and Myrtle Brock  led on Tueaday morning's boat  (or Revelstoke where they intend  spending a (ew daya before going  on to Vancouver. Miss L. Brock  will return to teach at Oyama.  Miss D. Day took her Sunday  school class (or a picnic in the  park on Wednesday. Lota of good  things to eat were provided and  the girls enjoyed the day swimming  and had all kinds of (un.  Monster Dirigible  Under Construction  Don't (orget the garden part} to  be held on Thursday, July 24th on  the lawn of D. Lloyd Jones, Bernard  ave., in aid of the I.O.D.E.  Tractor  Work  We are prepared to contract (or Ploughing, Discing  or Grading with Cleveland  Tractor.  Power Belt work up to  20 H.P.  KELOWNA  The 1919 troop camp has now  passed into history, with its six  preceding ones, and while we missed some of the old familiar (aces,  particularly a certain patrol leader  who always used to sit as far away  from the head o( the table as he  could, still it waa a good camp.  We had fine weather, if anything a  little too fine, aa some rain would  have helped to cool things a little  and lay the duat.  The trip to the railroad was  most enjoyable and as one scout  said, worth a whole camp in itself.  Twenty scouts with the scoutmaster and Messrs. Barnes and  Sulivan took part in this two day  trip, and 14 of them went as far as  Chute Lake. We are very grateful  to Messrs. Barnes and Sulivan for  getting in there with the pack-  horses, and ss we propose publishing the winning camp diary in this  column we shall say no more here  about the trip or the camp. While  the mountaineers were away th.  camp was left in charge of P.L.  Taylor and Mr. H. J. Hewetson.  We wish to thank Mr. Hewetson  ior his kindness in this respect.  Some kind (riend whose name  we do not know sent us down one  dav a box of black Bing cherries,  whom we wish to thank very much.  We al*o wish to thank the following : Mrs. J. W. Jones for 2 cakes;  Mrs. Calder for a pot of baked  beans; Mr. E. Weddell (or a box  of cherries ; Mrs. Aitken (or lettuce;  Mr. Cunningham (or more pctatoes;  Mra. boyee (or two boxes of  candies ; Mr. Poole for bread, and  Mr. R. L. Dalglish (or a donation  of $2 50 towarda the camp expenses. We also wish to thank the  following gentlemen (or further car  trips to camp since the last column  was written: Measrs. F. C. Buck,  L. V. Rogers, Geo. Harvey, Chas.  McCarthy. F. A. Tavlor, G. W.  Cunningham, Geo. Rowcliffe and  J. W. Jones, and Mrs. Windsor (or  notifying the different ones of our  friends who had offered to make  the car trips and arranging (or the  aame.  Aa we left camp on Saturday the  Cubs came in, and we left behind  our camp outfit, including Fred the  cook, (or whose good work and  never (ailing good temper we also  wish to express our thanks.  There will be nr further regular  troop meetings (or a time, but we  hope that there will be many teata  to take. Now is the time particularly (or obtaining the Swimmer's and  Rescuer's badges.  a ���  .  S.M. Zimmerman of Summerland  paased through Kelowna on Mon'  day with Mrs. Zimmerman on their  way to Enderby (or a trip, and he  reported a very successful camp  for the southern troop at Osoyoos  Lake. They had one exciting  sport which we omitted (rom our  daily routine, and that waa rattlesnake hunting. They obtained a  bag of 20 altogether, the last one  of which had taken a stand in  front of head-quarters tent.  o        a  o  We have received an offer at our  request (or the sale of the Cedar  Creek site, and aa camp sites such  aa we require on Okanagau Lake  are   not   likely   to become  more  numerous, it is a very important  matter (or the (uture  of the Bov  Scouts in Kelowna.   Al an early  date therefore we propose to call  a meeting of all   our parenta' and  friends to consider the question o(  permanently securing control of the  site.  The British Government has begun the construction of the largest  dirigible that has yet been undertaken in the world, one that will  carry an equipment of six air planes  for its own protection against  heavier-than-air crafl.  The dirigible and the two hangars  to be built for it will cost $9,000,000.  It will have a capacity of 10,000.000  cubic feet, will be HOO (eet long,  137 (eet in diameter and capable  oi lilting 100 tons, which would  be more than double the lifting  capacity of the. R34, which has  just made a round-trip voyage  across the Atlantic.  The cruising radius of the new  dirigible, which will be finished in  from eighteen to twenty months, ia  given as 16,000 miles, and could,  it is claimed, easily undertake the  voyage from England to Australia.  c��  Half a million head of cattle in  Southern Alberta are on the verge  of starvation and their plight ia such  that immediate steps on a considerable scale must be taken if they are  to be saved. Such is the pessimist  tic report of the delegatea assembled  at Winnipeg (or the meeting of the  Canadian Council of Agriculture.  The continued drought has destroyed all (eed and the council had  under advisement what relief  measures it could recommend to  the Dominion government to save  the industry.  Professional Cards  NURSE M. BENT  P.O. Box 396  Phone Mra. Windsor', residence, Harvey  Avenue, Kelowna  BURNE * ,VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. G. Weddell.    -   John P. Burne.  KBLOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA,  B.C.  BURROUGHS  ADDING  MACHINES  Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide  402, Pender Street, Vancouver  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc.CE.  Consulting Cloll snd Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeijor  Surveys and Reports on iniaaaoa Work.  Applications [or Water LicMise.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street  and   Lawrence   Aaonue  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished (or all clauses  of work  Motor Car Ownen  Now is the time to get your car overhauled ready  the fine weather. "A stitch in time saves nine,**  a amall adjustment  may save you a big bill later  The SMITH & McCUBBIfi  GARAGE  All kinds of Accessories Agents  Dodge Bros. Touring and  Business Cars  The best car on the market to-day  The Famous Chalmers Car  With the "Victory" motor  Republic Trucks and Tracto  For all hauling and (arm work  Agents for GOODYEAR   TIRES  LA WRENCE A VE.    Phone 232. Night phone I  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. i - 60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2-  58c  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  Premises on Lawrence Ao.  Woodcraft  Manufacturing Co. h.ht  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittings. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand  and  Antique  Furniture and Goods of all kinds  bought or sold on commission.  Sewing machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  Just Arrived���a carload of  Agricultural Lime  Try some on your lawn or vegetable garden  WM. HAUG   - S  CI  osin  reaci  in your tire with our up-to-date vulcanizing process is  like healing a wound in your body, and the way we do  it stays sealed. You can run your tire over the roughest  cobble stones and treat it the same as you would a new  tire, for it IS a new tire to all intents and purposes.  GOODYEAR 7ires service station  Gat CoalCHl Lubricating Oilt  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi fie  Lawrence  J. W, B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephones  Day 2(17  Night 67 bursday.july 17,fl919  KELOWNA  SSCOSO  PAOKTBim  jnt-A****-*^ tfc^*^  mf ������ itt**/rctx -  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  "Where are you going to.  my pretty maidf"  "I   at*   going   a-mitking,  *w/' the said.  "May I go with you, my  pretty maidf* *  "You'r* kindly  welcome,  sw," th* said.  CiffiEls  Sox for Tots  Unless you have aeen  "Cuties" you are not  aware that such dainty  and durable sox for tots  exist.  Store will be closed  for Peace Day Celebration on Saturday.  Open late on Friday  Night.  lis  The  Beautiful Colors  of Sox for Tots are fast,  and there are no seams  to hurt the tender feet:  We are getting out' of  sizes quickly, so make  selection now.  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucke  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  A Suggestion  Kill three birds with one stone by ordering a  crate of choice Cherries, Peaches, Plums or 'Cots,  to be expressed to your friends on the prairie.  1} I.   It will please your friends.  Q 2. It will advertise the country in which  you reside.  fl 3. It will assist us to maintain good prices for the Growers by getting a still  wider distribution for our products.  ORDER NOW  Occidental Fruit Co., Ltd.  32-5.  %  THE Dominion of Canada offers  you every safeguard for your  investment in Thrift and War Savings  Stamps.  C Your postmaster will register every War Savings  Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or  other cause, you can still obtain your money, with  the accumulated interest, at the office where the  stamps were registered.  Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps  will buy a $4.00 War Savings  Stamp worth $5.00 in  1924.  NATTONAi  WAB  SAVINGS  COMMITTEE  (Hrlllf.li Columbia DIvlBloa) Vrurnrgrar, B. ��\  Iw'D.wft -Stamp*  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Mr. and Mra. Haigh, of London,  Eng., were in town laat week.  E. Marvin, once a resident of  Kelowna, was in town this week  from Salmon Arm.  Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Johnson, of  Saskatoon, were visitors laat Thursday.  Mrs. W. M. Armstrong came in  from Summerland Monday to atay  for a while.  Billv Crawford left for t' j coaat  laat Saturday, where he hopes to  take part in the Peace Day Celebra  tions.  Miss Arbuthnot left Monday for  a holiday in the east where she  will attend millinery openings in  some of the large centres. During  her absence Mias Patmore will be  in charge of the atore.  Mrs. W. E. W. Mitchell and family returned to Kelowna Saturday.  Mr. Mitchell ia expected to follow  from the old country aa soon as  possible.  Following the heat wave of the  week, the winds of yesterdav after  noon and last night were very welcome to cool things off. It blew a  little harder than was necessary to  accomplish that end, however, but  it did the trick.  The Hon. J. H. King, minister of  public wores, was in Kelowna last  Friday and Saturday. Dr. King  was accompanied by A. E. Foreman, provincial engineer, and W.  K. Gwyer, district engineer. The  purpose of the visit was an inspection of the road work which ia  being carried' on in the district,  and besides motoring in from Vernon the partv covered some of the  principal roads of the district.  The wedding took place June  18th at' Falmouth, England, of  Thomaa Drury Price, of Kelowna,  B.C., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.  Thomas Price, of Falmouth, to Miss  Irene Constance Cox. Mr. and Mrs.  Price are leaving tomorrow tor  Kelowna where they will reside.  It is good newa to know for certain  that "Dru" is coming back again,  but still more pleasant that he will  be bringing his bride with him.  The Okanagan Canning Co.,  which has been operating successfully at Benvoulin for the past two  or three seasons under the ownership of Messrs. Duncan and Sehell,  ia to make a considerable atep forward this season. With the entrance  of two new partners, Messrs. Jas.  I. Campbell and Clarence Burtch,  the concern has been regularly  incorporated aaa limited company.  The plant is being reorganized to  conduct a' much larger buaineaa,  and new plant is being added  which will greatly increase the output and the range of producta  handled.     .  The Jack McMillan Chapler,  1.0 D.E., are having a garden party  on the lawn of D. Lloyd-Jones,  Bernard Avenue, on Thuraday, July  24th. Admission 25c. Excellent  programme and amusements for  the children.  The hospital authorities desire to thank  the following lor their donations during  June: Ladies Hospital Aid, oxygen tank  and $200 cash; Alex. McLellan, 2 sack potatoes; Mrs. R. Sweney, 3 lba. honey;  Watson Broa, 3 dox. eggs ; Mrs. Temple,  Groceries. 27 qta. canned fruit ; Mrs. Ben.  aon. 2 do/, eggs; Mrs. F. Small, set ot  dishes for tray; a friend, chicken; Mrs.  Small, rhubarb. Cash received from pa.  tients $446.25.   Disbursements $981.49.  With the gallows already erected and the hangman through from  the east, Alex, lgnace, of Kamloops  aentenced to pay the extreme pert.  salty of the law for the murder of  his wife, has been granted a reprieve by Mr. Justice Morrison for  one month. In the interval petitions  will go forward to the department  of justice in a final effort to save  the   Indian   from  the hangman's  There is a Refreshing Satisfaction  in wearing light, neat and comfortable well.fitting shoes in the  aummer time. They give one a  relaxed feeling, which helps to  make the fine daya more enjoyable and the extremely hot weather more bearable. One muat  fe��l comfortable to be pleased,  and the pleasure ia increaaed  with the knowledge that you an  paying a FAIR price for your  shots.   See my window.  Chas. Dark  The Fair Shoeman  Mr. Hay left this morning on a  visit to Rochester.  Mr. and Mra. H. E. Harvey, of  Vancouver, were visitors Thursday  last  Miss Nilda Green, who has been  visiting Miss Seon for the past  month, left Tuesday for the coaat.  Mrs. P. E. Wilson and daughters  of Prince Rupert, were viaitora in  town last week-end.  The local stores are to atay open  Friday evening on account of the  holiday Saturday.  Mrs. Marvin is a visitor from  Vancouver for a few weeks, and is  staying with Mrs. Todd of Abbott  street.  Aid. W. J. Mantle is a visitor at  the coast this week. While there  he wili attend the hospital convention at Victoria.  H. W. Swerdfager has this week  been promoted a step and will now  be general agent for Kelowna, having charge of both passenger and  freight services.  F. Winterford and family left  this morning for the coast. Mr.  Winterford had the misfortune to  fall from the new theatre building  some weeks ago dislocating his hip  and is not yet able to undertake  heavy work.  Judging of gardens in connection  with the Women's Institute Flower  Show will take place the beginning  of next week. Entries in the gardens competition must be in the  hands of the secretary by Saturday  July 19th. Results will be madr  known at the Flower Show on  August 2nd.  Capt. Brown, superintendent of  the C.P.R. Lake and River Service  for the province, passed through  to-day on a trip of inspection.  Special efforts are being made-this  year to handle the crop of the valley and no difficulty is anticipated.  Plenty of men are now available  to man the different boats and the  service will be much improved in  consequence. The s.s. Okanagan  is to be put on again for fruit handling at the beginning of August.  The Okanagan Valley Lawn  Tennis Association is holding an  open tournament in Kelowna on  the Club courts from Auguat 4th to  9th. This event which has now  been revived was an annual affair  before the war and productive ot  much interest throughout the district. It is expected that there will  be a large entrv, representatives  being looked for from Kamloops,  Salmon Arm and Vancouver, as  well as. all the valley pointa.  Orchard City Evaporator Add New Branch  By the purchase of the aerated  water manufacturing and bottling  plant of the former Western Canners, Ltd., the Orchard City Evaporator has added a large and  important branch lo its growing  business. The plant is a very complete one and though quite an  extensive business has been done  in the past, it is capable of considerable expansion. Bain Calder,  eldest aon of Mr. W. B. M. Calder,  who lately returned from overseas,  is to take charge of the outfit.   o���������  Lt. C. W. Stoess. R.N.V.R., left  Tuesday for Vancouver after a  stay in Kelowna of several weeks.  He is returning shortly for the regatta and tennis tournament.  Rev. and Mrs. W. Riggs left on  Monday for their home at Glen,  California. Mr. Riggs occupied  the Baptiat pulpit last Sunday night  giving a farewell address.  Kelowna Dairy Co.  N. E. DAY GEO. BROWN  m  PHONE 146  Daily Deliveries of  Milk and Cream  Milk Tickets, 7 qrts. for $t  Cream, ptr pint 30c  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmera  who aell butter either  to the itr res or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which  MUST appear in prominent letters the words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The iact is alao emphasized that all butter  in auch pacltagea muat  be ofthe full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of aame a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be ao labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and dairy  butter retains its label  though it be mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter atthe Kelowna  Record Ofnce>f or the  following prices:  IOOPAT3&!^$l.50  200  500  1000  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for the purpose, and the Printing  of same.    Please note this.  Kelowna Record 'ACE FOUB  KELOWNA   -LECOBJ)  Thursday. July 17,1919  Large Auction Sale  Tn lie ln-lcl nt the residence of  Mrs. L. B. SIMEON  Old Meadows Road, Okanagan Mission, on  Thursday Next, July 24th  1 a i o mm ence at I. M) p.m  Hit*  following listed furniture  ranch is sold : ���  ;)ak Beds complete, ami Dressing labia  liurenu   ami   Stand,   fumed   oak  I   Iron C'ribs 2 Camp Cots,  Medicine  Cupboard       Folding Screen  Child*! High ' fiair 2 Mirrors  Bedroom Jtipant-tte Mattii.-.*  5 Kaittan Chairs and Rockers  Child's Kalian Chair  Kalian Work Basket  Rattan lira-Jlc and Stand and Corral  Child's Playhouse (furnished)  Roll Top Writing Desk  Large Knglish Upholtteted Chair  Morris Chair, oak  Folding Card  I able  i oak Bookcases and Books  Curtains anrl Rods  fish Rod and Net Set Scales  0 dozen Sealeis  Cooksluve and Pipes  Coal Heater aud Pipes  Swinging Clothes Rack  No.  TERMS CASH  No rrserve as tlie  hon   Bed,   complete, Bureau and Stand  (enamel)  holding Iron Bed 2 Baths  fc.xpensive Carpet Square, 10 x 15  2 Kitchen Tables and 8 Chaira  Kitchen Cabinet and Groceries  Full China Dinner and Tea Set  Quantity other Dishes and Glassware  Meat Safe Eiderdown  Pillows       Bed Sheets        Table Linen  Toweling Sofa Cushions  Ready-made Clothing  Boy's Wagon and Coaster  hire Screen, Tongs and Fire Dogs  Lawn Mower Scythe        Pails  Washtubs Baskets  Kitchen Utensils  Quantity Aluminum Ware  Porks, Shovels, Hoes, Garden Tools  10 ricks dry wood  Many other articles not mentioned  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  tod & Baldock  CONTRAC I'ORS  Brickwork and  j        Concrete  j relephona    -   -   4804  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  KbRMARD  AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  HARNESS and  Harness Repairs  We are now fully equipped   for ill kinds of Repairs to Harness  and Leather Work and wili,give PROMPT SERVICE  SECOND-HAND HARNESS BOUGHT AND SOLD  New Stock of both Heavy and Light Harries* on hand  At rock bottom prices  Everything here for th1-* horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Ttieda Bara  in the magnifi-    ���  cent production  Do Barry'  Foi Standard   Picture under the direction ot J. Gordon Edwards  THURSDAY.  JULY 24  COMING   "SHOULDER ARMS."  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m.  SEALED TENDERS addreaeed to the  undersigned, and endoraed VTender for  Wharf at Okanagan Centre, B.C.." will be  received at thia office until 12 o'clock  noon, Tuesday, August 5, 1919. for the  construction of a public wharf at Okanagan Centre, Yale District, B.C.  Plans and forms of contract can be seen  and specifications and forms of tender  obtained at this Department, at tie office  of the District Engineer at Chase, B.C., and  at the Post Office, Okanagan Centre, B.C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on printed forms supplied by the  Department and in accordance with conditions contained therein.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, equal to 10 per cent, of the  amount of the tender. War Loan Bonds  of the Dominion will also be accepted as  security, ��r War Bonds and cheques if  required to make up an odd amount.  Note.-Blue prints can be obtained at  this Department by depositing an accepted  bank cheque for the sum of $10, payable  to the order of the Minister of Public  Works, which will be returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 27, 1919. 34-5  PEACE CELEBRATION  and Soldiers' Re-union Rally  VERNON, B.C.  August 4th and 5th, 1919  Two monster days of Games, Contests, Displays, Music  and Fun.    Aeroplane Exhibition, exciting night attack.  Parade  of  Floats  and   Decorated   Automobiles , Athletic  Games and Sports;   Military Contests; Monster  Banquet to Returned  Men  ��� Make a point of being in Vernon on these two days.   Arrange early  and come prepared for the two biggest days ever held in the interior  WATER NOTICE  USE AND  STORAGE  Want Ads.  THE  Take Notice that James Inglis, whose  address is Kelowna. B.C., will apply for  licence to take and use 57 acre feet and to  store 70 acre feet of water out of Duck  Lake, which Rows North and drains into  Woods Lake about S.W. quarter of Sec.  22, Tp. 20.  The storage-dam will be located at outlet of Lake. The capacity of the reservoir  to be created ii about 538 acres. The  water will be diveited from the stream at  a point at the S.W. cor. of Lake, near the  N.W, cor. of Dist. Lot 119, and will be used  Irrigation'purpose upon the Land described as Lot 2, being the North Easterly 23  acres of D.L. 122, Tp. 23.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 27th day of June, 1919. A copy of  this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will  be filed in the office ofthe Water Recorder  at Vernon. Objections to tbe application  may be filed with the said Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliement Buildings, Victoria. B.C., within thirty days after the firat appearance of  this notice in a local newspaper.  The date of the first publication of  this  notice is Thursday, June 26th, 1019.  32.6 JAMES INGLIS, Applicant.  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS PHONE 116  We handle Real Eatate exclusively. Rales oi com mission as follows; j  5 per cent,  up to $5,000, and 2i  per cent, over that amount.  TO RENT, Furnished Houae on Abbott  Street, overlooking the lake, until November lat.   Terms reasonable.  FOR SALE, beautiful Bungalow on Glenn  Avenue, lawn and half acre in fruit trees  and garden truck. Price $3,000, one-  third cash and the balance easy.  FOR SALE. 4-roomed Bungalow on Sutherland Avenue, lot o0 x 240 feet. Price  $1,600, terms.  FOR SALE, 100 feet on Bernard Ave,,  near Ethel Street, 6-roomed houae, fruit  trees, stone cellar, &c. Price $3,000 on  terms.  WANTED, Listings of City Property,  vacant or otherwise. Must be close in  and terms reasonable.  Miss M. E. WEBSTER  Public Stenographer  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WHARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 Box 116  FOB   SALE  FOR SALE, Piano (Kingsbury), good  condition, $200. Mrs. C. A. V. Butler.  Pendozi. j  LATE 1917 FORD CAR, very good condition, 4 new non-skid tires, spare tires  and tubes. Price $500. Also Ford  Truck, used only four montht, good aa  new. Seat and rack. A snap at $650.  Act quickly as 1 don't expect to have  these long at such low prices. M. A.  Alsgard. 34tf  PAIR   Imported  White  Fantail Pigeona,  prize bred.   P.O. Box 374, Kelowna.  34-5  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, smart Young Lady Clerk. Ap.  ply Alsgard's Confectionery. 28tf  SMART GIRL WANTED as Telephone  Operator. Apply Head Operator, phone  213, Kelowna Exchange. 30tf  "A chiel'* ���asaaf y�� talrin' notes end fcth. he'll  prent them."���Bumt.  There are men with a marvellous faculty  for finding out things. One of thia species  while discussing the war with a group of  gossips recently, made the startling statement that our fighting men "were not  fighting aU the time;' that they played  football and indulged and other sports behind the linea, &c. Ha capped thia amazing assertion by intimating that he knew  of men who were never nearer the fighting  tine than 40 miles I How these army  secrets do leak out 1 It paaaeth aU understanding. Incidentally, I would like to aay  here what everybody knows, that vast  numbers of our troopa, not much if any  nearer the firing line, were killed and  wounded. 1 waa not there to aee, but men  who have been in the thickest of the fight  have told me, that at certain times 'the  reserve lines were not nearly so free from  danger aa the extreme front.  During the whole period of the war we  were always hearing of German substitutes for food, cloth, leather and such like;  alao the ingenious not to say gruesome devices for procuring fata. Altogether our  late enemies were constantly demonstrating the truth, that "necessity is the mother  of invention," and, to amend the proverb,  of deception. That country of camouflage  is still proving its iertility,of resource, even  unto the finding of substitutes for the  Kaiser with regard to hia trial for crimes  against civilization. If those highly-placed  gentlemen are actuated by brave and chivalrous motives in offering themselves, the  beauty of their action is marred by the  known impossibility of the offer being accepted. Assuming that these parties are  moved by such honourable feeling as here  suggested, then they provide a surprise  packet for the world in general. Such  qualities as honor and chivalry were most  successfully concealed by the enemy  throughout the last campaign.  The building of the new theatre wil) go  on now straight to a finish, and will prove  a decided asset to Bernard Avenue and the  city. Let's hope that in addition to the  movies we will have some good vaudeville  shows with an occasional production of  the legitimate drama.  Where is the Kelowna Musical and  Dramatic Society gone to ? They used to  present some fine programmes of music  and drama. Perhaps this admirable combination will get together and let ua have  some of their first-class entertainments  again. Looking ahead to such a possibility I would beg to suggest that we might  have a presentation of that old familiar  Highland drama entitled "Rob Roy."  There is a big enough number of the can.  ny folk in the district to ensure a bumper  house, and the play itself affords great opportunity for the exercise of histrionic and  musical talent which this town and district  have in abundance.  ���       a  a  There appeared in one of the coast papers the other day an amusing and ilium  inating article on Scotland and the High  landers of that ilk. According to the  paper in which it appeared, the article  was written by a German for the Germans.  As a mixture of fact and fancy, it might  have been written by a cockney.  E. W. Wilkinson & CoJ  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 2$4 Dext door to Post Office)  PENDOZI ST.-2-storey Hou��e, 8...  bisth, hot tad  cold  water, lot 50 x 12  stable and shed, root cellar, with  trie light.    Price $3,000, one-third  Houm insured for $1,900, paid up  rear..  CORNER Harvey Ave. and Vemon Rottd|  Bungalow and   I  .ere in orchard, lu'  bearing.   $3,500 cash.  HARVEY AVE.-2.storey house. 6 room;  and   hallway,   cement   basement,   ha*  acre  of land.   Price $3400, half caal  balance in 5 years at 7 per cent.  BUSINESS   LOT,   comer   P.ndoii  an  Bernard.  Price $7300, term, to arrange  CAWSTON AVE.---2 Lots.    A ant  quick sale.   Price $200 each, $50 .  balance in 6,  12, 18 month, at 7  cent.   IndefeaaabU title.  SUTHERLAND AVE.   7-roomed bung.  low, basement, stable and shed.   Lot it  60 x 242, bordering on creek.   Pries  $3,500, on term..  HARVEY AVE.-2-.tor.y Houae. 5  lot 50 x 124.   Price $1,000 eaeh.  IN  THE MATTER  OF   THE  IN.  SOLVENT ESTATE OF THOMAS  DUGGAN, late  ol  Kelowna,  British  Columbia. Farmer, deceased.  NOTICE  is  hereby   given  that   Clara  Duggan,   widow,    and    Thomas   David  Ossian Duggan, farmer, both ol  Kelowna,  B.C., the administrators  of  the  estate of  the above-named  deceased, have made a  declaration dated  the I Ith day   of  J tne,  1919, under Pott VII  ol  the "Administra.  tion Act," lhat the said estate is insolvent,  and have hied the same  in  the Supreme  Court Registry, at Vernon, B.C.  NOTICE ia further given that a meeting  of creditors of the said estate will be held  at the ollice ol the undersigned at 7, Row.  chile Block. Kelowna, B.C., on the 30th  day of June, 1919, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, for the giving of directions with  reference to the disposal of the estate.  NOTICE :s further given that all persons  having claims against  the  estate of the  aaid deceased are required to send in particulars of the aame verified   by   statutory  declaration to the undersigned on or before the 28th dav of July, 1919, after which  date the  administrators will  proceed   to  distribute the estate, having   regard   only  to such claim, as shall have been received  by the said date.  Dated the 16th day of June, 1919.  R. B. KERR,  Solicitor for the Administrators,  31.5      7, Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna, B.C  WANTED. Help to work in kitchen during meal hours.   Apply Palace Hotel.  34tf  FOUR CARPENTERS WANTED. Apply  A. C. Bennett. 35.6p  LOST  LOST on the way to Crawford Falls, a  girl's Raincoat. Communicate Grote  Stirling. , 34tf  After a highly painstaking and scientific  description of the methods and operation,  of a fish in swimming, the teacher of a  class in a Scottish school asked any of the  member, to give in their own way, a ahort  explanation of how fishes swim. One  eager youngster on being invited to give  his account of the operation replied :  "They sheogle their thingummies."  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  KELOWNA  REGATTA  August 13th and 14th, 1919  TENDERS are invited for five concessions for selling refreshments in the park  on Regatta days. Highest bidder, to have  choice of sites. Tender, must be in not  later than August 1st.  32.6 H. G. M. WILSON, Uc.  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phon. 287 P.O. Bos 351  maCKLLANEOUH  IMPORTANT TO FRUIT GROWERS.  Ship your fruit direct to the Prairie  Markets. Prompt settlement. Moose  Jaw Co-operative Fruit Mart, 414 Main  Street S, Moose Jaw. Reference Hitchcock & McCulloch Bank. 33-Sp  WANTED, Furnished House  lor  two or  three months.    E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  34-5p  TENDERS lor the supply of Drugs,  Groceries, Meat, Bread and Milk, for  the Kelowna Hospital from Auguat l.t  to December 31st, will be received by  the secretary. Tenders must be in the  hands of the secretary by Saturday,  July 26th. 35.6  WANTED, Hay Mower, in good repair.  State lowest cash price. Boa M, Record  Office. 35.6p  Prime Beef & Veal  We are gradually convincing the people of Relowna that we CAN supply  the best of meats nt a low price, and  have access to some of the best stock  in the district, giving our customers  the advantage.  Twelve good Store Piga for sale  Veteran Meat Market  J. E. Jamas    .   Prop.  Phone 163 Bernard Avenu.  Cub and Carry  Bicycle Supplies  Electric Wirinf -  and Supplies  J. R. CAMPBELL  Abbott Street, corner of Park Ave.  Phone 347  ANY woman who has supervision of  **��� home likes to have a modern  '���atli room���the kind her guests admire.  Ouri ��re the kind that charm, aad  every time we inatall one we know how  it detishu thc wife, and we know her  huibund who pays for it. has made aa  inve-rtment that adds vahi* to their  property.  J. Galbraith  Heating, Ventilating and  Sanitary Engineer  Phones:  Store 100 P.O. Boa 81  Residence 5705     ;  MNeirs, li  KELOWNA  We sell the following lines of  goods at the Lowest Possible  Prices. It will be to your interest to buy from us.  Paints, Oils. Varnish,  Furniture and Floor Stain  Kaleomine, Shingle Stain, Brushes  Wall and Building Paper  Ranges, Heaters,  Stove Pipe, and Boards  Tinware, Glassware, Ironware  Large and complete tin. of Alumi  num ware and Granite ware  Stoneware, Crock.,  Churns,. Jugs,  Butter Jars, Bean Jar.  Flower Pot., Hanging Baskets  Electric Stove, and Iron.  Shovel.,   Hoes, Rakes  Axes and Handle., Wrenches  Hammer, and Handles  Cross-cut  Saws, Buck  Saw.  and  Hand Saw.  Washing Machine., Wringers  Hoosier Kitchen  Cabinets,  Household Safes, Lawn Mowers  Sewing Machine, and Needles  Cream Separators and Supplies  Garden Sprinklers       v  Flour Bin.  Trays, Pails, Milk Cans  Congolaum Rug.  Steam Cooker.  Fruit Cane and Top.  Lamp, and Chimneys  Dust Mops, Broom, ond Brushes  Household Scale.  Chair Seat.  Chicken Wira  Mosquito Netting  Bread Mixer.  Screen Door.  Safely Razors and Strop.  Wash Tuba. Boiler, and Board.  Kitchen Sink.  Dual Mop. and Polish  We will make it worth your  while to buy from us  We still conduct auction salea  StockweH's, Ld.t Kelowna  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repaira  Now is th. time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy siat and mak. it  Ilk. new.  Mattresses     ,     Pianos, 4tc.  Re-made Polished  Cotcy Corneri  Mad. and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  .Lai. with Kalowna Furniture Co.  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phon. 5502  i. GRANT

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