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 '/   I  I   ��  OCT! -���!*��  ��EP  ffelrtmm Kctort.  da, B.C.  VOL XI.. NO. 45  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1919.���6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  rince Will Spend  /ill Arrive From Vernon by  Tuesday Evening 6 o'clock -  Reception in Park  Next Tuesday evening Kelowna  ���will have she pleasure of welcom-  ling Hit Royal Highness the Prince  [of Wales and future King of Eng-  lland, who will arrive from Vernon  (about tht o'clock. Thit it a revert-  lil of the original arrangement  ���whereby he wat to com<> up by  (boat from Penticton about noon  and be coveyed bv cart to Vernon!  The complete pertonnel of the  party which it coming with His  <oval Highness it at follows:���  Chief of staff ��� Rear Admiral Sir  Lionel Haltey, K.C.M.G.  Attached Canadian officer, Major  [ General Sir Henry E. Buratall,  IK.C.B., C.M.G.  Military secretary, Lieut.-Col. E.  1 Grigg.  Private aecretery, Sir Godfrey  (Thomas, Bart  Three equerries, Capt. Lord  (Claude Hamilton, the Hon. P. W.  gh, Commander Dudley North,  :.m.g.  There will be in attendance  on  'Hit Royal Highness,Lieut.-Col.the  I Hon. H. G. Henderson, the Gov-  ] ernor-General's secretary representing His Excellency; the Hon. Mar-  f tin Burrell, representing the Dom-  inionagovernment; Major-Geneial  |; J. T. Fotheringham, C.M.G., phyti-  f cian attached to H.R.H.'e staff; and  1 alto  F. L C. Pereira,   governor-  ; general't office, aecretary to Col.  Henderson ; and  secretary to the  Hon. Martin Burrell,   and   R. J.  Chamberlin, special commissioner  of police.  A large party ot Canadian, English and American press representatives will come withkhe prince.  Preparation! are being made to  give the royal visitor a hearty reception. The approach of the  party to the city limits will be tig-  nailed by blasts from the powerhouse siren, all other whistles and  bells joining in.  The main street upon which the  cart will travel, are to be kept cleat  of vehicular traffic by special policemen. Arriving at the entrance  to the park the Prince will proceed  to the'platform which wilt be decorated for the occasion the children tinging "God bless the Prince  of Wales.'' Here will be assembled  the war veterans, school children  and boy scoutt.  The hr*t proceeding will be the  presentation of an addrett bv the  Mayor, the addrett being accompanied by a gift of aeveral boxea  of Kelowna applet. Theae the  Prince will no doubt mark ill tome  .way and they will then be shipped  wherever desired. After making  his reply to the add res i the Prince  will have time to inspect the war  veterans and bov tcoutt and will  then proceed to the boat, which  will be waiting to take him to Penticton.  In o'rder to give the city as festive an air at possible all thoae  British Fruit Buyers  Coming to Valley  Of interest to fruit men ia the  announcement of the coming to  the Okanagan this month of Mr. C.  Simms, of the well-known British  fruit concern, Garcia Jacobs & Co.,  Ltd., of London, Liverpool and  Glasgow. Mr. Simons hat been  visiting. California, Oregon and  Washington in the interests of his  firm. Other English fruit men coming to thit province are : Mr. A.  Aldridge, representing McGeorge  and Jardine, fruit importers, Temple Court, Liverpool, and Mr. Wil-  then, representing a large London  houte.  Is Victim of Many  Auto Accidents  For the fourth time in as many  years, Matt G. Wilson, of Surrime.--  land, haa happened a serious automobile accident. Mr. Wilson was,  with Capt. W. J. Kane of the government sawmill at. Camp McKin-  ney, riding last week in a car driven  by Capt. Beddall of Kaleden, over  the Kaleden hills, when in avoiding  another car they twerved from the  road and were overturned down  the bank. Mr. Wilson was driven  through the windshield and besides  a fracture and dislocation,of tpe  thigh he wat badly cut about  head and face. Capt. Kane  also much cut and bruited.  uoveraaent Roues,  Ottawa,  lat Septtabar 1919,  ��j+*K S^ **aA**,  t aa platted to be ths holder of a Canadian War  Savings Certificate.     I aa delighted to rind that in  Canada you have War Savings Steeps on sals., stallsr^to  those vs have In England^    .  1 trttb ths War Savinga "esmpMgn every suooess,  tie  VMS  The wholesale fruit jobbers of  Western Canada will hold their  annual Convention in Vancouver in  Janua.y, according to a despat :h  received from the Alberta capi al  today. The jobbers will first attend  the B. C. Fruit Growers'conventi in  in Vernon before coming to t ie  coatt. It it hoped by the prai: ie  men that many marketing problet it  affecting the induatry will be d s-  cutsed with the growert and th is  further improve facilities for getti tg  B. C. fruit to the prairie consumers,  Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Taylor are  Winnipeg visitors thit week.  A branch of the Royal Bank hat  been opened at Lumby, James  Baxter, a returned soldier, formerly  of the Vancouver -branch having  been appointed manager.  The Hon. Francis (Frank) Cochrane, former Federal minister of  railways and canals, died at Ottawa  at 3.30 o'clock Sunday morning.  He was*"bom in 1852.  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gowan, from  King's Lynn, England, are at. present visiting with Mr. and Mrt.  Palmer.  possessing flags or decorations are  asked to display them on that day.  It should also be noted that in  order to afford the public chance  for a good view of the Prince no  cars will be allowed to park along  main street from Pendozi street to  the park entrance, or to enter the  park gatet.  Sir Herbert By km  Chairman  National War Savings Comttteo,  Ottasray  Facsimile of the letter sent to the Chairman of tb* National War  Savings Committee by His Royal Highness tha Prince of Wales, at  the time he purchased In Ottawa ��� Canadian War Savings Certificate containing the full number of ten War Savinga Stamps.  Renews Injunction  in Big Fruit Case  Mr. Justice Martin laat Friday  granted a renewal ot the injunction  restraining Mr. Kidston from selling applet from hit orchards to  any othei fruit packing organization than Stirling and Pitcairn, Ltd.,  of Kelowna. The proceedings  followed a supreme court action  in Vancouver for breach. of contract. E. C. Mayers represented  the fruit firm and R. L. Reid and  W. E. Ladner represented Mr Kidston. The renewal ttandt until the  cate comet before the Court of  Appeal in November.  Lieut. G. K. Trim flew in hit  aeroplane over the royal train as it  arrived at Kamloops, and was afterwards presented te Hia Royal  Highness.  John McMillan formerly connected with the city market at/Vancouver, and well known to' fruit  men in the valley, died at the Coast  last week.  Messrs. E. F. Cook anil H. S.  Blanchard have purchased the  Hotel Summerland trom the Development Company.   /  The new Parliament buildings  were the scene of a fire Tuesday  and but for the fire-proof construction a conflagration tuch as that  of February, 1916, might have ensued. The blaze occurred in an  inside room in the basement among  some boxes containing asbestos and  the firemen had to drag thel? hose  through the corridors in oi  reach the fire. The dam;  property wot about $21  whether the dense smoke  resulted hat injured any of thi  paintings or platter it unki  yet.  Kelowna Agricultural and Trades Association  ANNUAL FALL FAIR  October 1st and 2nd, 1919  itf       Indications point to one of the most successful exhibitions in  V   I    the history of Kelowna, and Farmers, Dairy! and Stock Men,  il    Fruitgrowers, and others are asked to cooperate energetically by  entering their produce in the various classes.  SECURE A PRIZE LIST AT ONCE and set about the  task of selecting your exhibits.  Thia is an opportunity to show the many visitors and strangers who will be in the district just what Kelowna can produce.  Secure Prize List and all information from the Secretary,  H. G. M. WILSON (c.o. Mantle & Wilson, near Post Office).  Miss Isolde Menges  is Returning Home  After a long vacation in Kelowna, where Mitt Menges and her  talented accompanitt. Miss Eileen  Beattie, have been recuperating  after a six months' tour in the  States, the time draws near when  they leave for their last tour on  this side previous tb their return to  England.*  Miss Menges' itinerary after leaving here, will be a very full one.  After playing the larger western  Canadian cities, her engagementt  will take her via Seattle, where the  will be heard in the Brahms Concerto with the symphony orchestra  down to California. From there  in extensive'tour, including Chicago and New York, brings her to  the dote of her activities on thit  side for a time. In January -she  leavea for England to play the  1920-21 seasons there. Her first  engagement io at a Liverpool Philharmonic Symphony Concert on  February 4tb, after which appearances with all the important societies, including the Queens Hall  and Albert Hall concerts, will keep  her in England until 1921.  So many requests for different  favorites have been made at her  previous recitals here that Miss  Menges will be pleased to include  any pieces specially requested at  the concert to be given on the 8th  of October if notified by letter in  time to arrange her programme  accordingly.  Governor-General to  Visit Kelowna  Duke and Duchess of Devonshire Are Making Tour of  Western Provinces  Closely following the visit of the  Prince of Wales, Kelowna it to be  honored by a vitit from the Governor-Gene, al and Duchess of Devonshire, who will arrive here on  Thursday, October 9th. The Duke  and Duchess will be accompanied  by Lady Dorothy Cavendish and  Miss Edgerton.  Their Excellences, who are making the trip weat with a view of  seeing as much of the country as  possible, and visiting the chief  placet of inteiest, are to arrive in  Prince Rupert Io-morrow, and before coming to the Okanagan will  visit Victoria, Vancouver,��New  Westminster and other places.  They will arrive at Penticton by  K.V.R. in the early morning, leaving by boat at 8.30, calling at  Peachland for a few minutes on  the way up. They will arrive at  Kelowna at 12 noon and will  spend an hour and a-half looking  over the city and district. Leaving  Kelowna at l.3S>- I���" ��hey will  reach Vernon at 4.50, where the  rest of the evening will be spent.  The party will pass the night on  the steamer moored at the Landing, leaving in the morning in time  to reach Summerland at 10.30 and  Penticton at 12.45. On Saturday  the party will continue their journey to Trail, Rossland and Nelson.  So far no arrangements have  been made for the entertainment  of the distinguished visitors.  Recover Bicycle Stolen  Year Ago  A man named Patterson hailing  from Calgary wat up before the  magistrate Saturday charged with  being in possession of a stolen  bicycle. The bicycle was lost about  a year ago by Dick Parkinson and  although diligent search waa made  no trace of it could be found. A  watch wat kept, but it wat only  recently that the owner wat able  to recognize hit wheel in the pot-  session of Patterson, and give information to the police. Some  effort had been made to remove  marka by which the bicycle might  be identified, but when Dick Parkinson's name waa found scratched  in an obscure place under the  saddle all doubts at to itt ownership were removed. Patterson  claimed to have purchased the  wheel in Calgary and brought it  with him, but the magistrate rrfus-  to believe his story and fined him  $10 and coats.  Staff Serg. E. C. Harvey was an  arrival by Tueaday'a boat, having  just returned from overseas, Charlie did not return alone, foi he  brings an English bride, formerly  Miss Ethel Fox, of Reading. He  hat been engaged for the most  part in motor transport work and  also in the army motor repair  shops,  Rutland News  (Prom oar ova oorrerrpondsatl.  W. Gay, demobilized at lost, returned.**** Saturday from the coast  wilh Mrs. Gay, who haa also been  staying there for aeveral months  past. Mr. Gay has been for the  most part stationed on the Island  and at North Vancouver, and has  had charge of plumbing work in  connection with the military hospitals.  The Harvest Festival at the  Methodist church last Sunday wat  well attended. The decorations of  fruit, flowers and vinet, were tastefully arranged and made a ditplay  which fully reflected the preaent  year's bounteous harvest. An excellent sermon wat preached by  the Rev. Mr. Haggeth, of Banff,  whilst the special mutic contisted  of a solo, "The Lost Chord," by  Mr. Williams, of Vancouver, and  anthems by the choir, the solo  parts of which were taken by Mrs.  Mugford, Miss Amy Fleming and  Mr. J. HalL Mrt. Griffiths pretided  at the organ.  A shortage of orchard boxet is  causing great inconvenience at  present to the fruit growers, and  the worst ot it is the situation is  almost impossible to remedy.  Misa Mann, the newly-appointed  principal of the Rutland school,  arrived this week from New Westminster.  Claire McPhee returned yesterday from overseas.  Mrs. Packham left yesterday afternoon on a visit to Calgary.  Mr. and Mrt. T. B. Lebeau, of  Vulcan, Alta., are vititing Mr. and  Mrt. Swerdfager. Mrs. Lebeau is  a sister of the latter.  Stanley Wade was an arrival  from overseas last week. He went  across with an artillery corps but  haa apent a good deal .of time in  army office work in London.  The annual Sunday School Rally  Day tervicet of the United Church  will be held Sunday, Sept. 28th.  At 11 a.m. a parents' and teachers'  service will be. held and at 2.30  p.m. a grand rally of all lhe Sunday  School scholars and their friends  will take place. Bright music with  orchestra will be a feature of thii  service. In the evening a service  for young people will be held. Mr,  A. C Williams will sing at the  evening tervice.  Honey Half Subscribed  For Veterans' Club  General Service and Victory  Ribbons Will Be on Hand  in a Few Days  The regular meeting of the  G.W.V.A. was held on Saturday  last. A supply of General Service  and Victory ribbon had been sent  for and it expected in a day or  two, wat the announcement made  at the meeting. The General Service Medal is to be issued to men  who left for overseas, and the Victory Medal to all allied troopa who  served ih an actual theatre of war.  Nearly half the capital required  by the building committee to purchase and improve the new club'  houte it wat stated hat been promised. . There are nearly two  months yet in which to raise the  balance necessary. Tenders for the  alteration! to the building have  been called for and close on the  30th intt.  Regarding the proposed Ladiea'  Auxiliary, the following reaolution  was patted unanimously: "That  the Kelowna GW.V.A. welcome  the help of all ladiet who wish to  form themselves into an Auxiliary  of the G.W.V.A." It ia hoped that  there will be a large attendance at  the organization meeting at the  club rooms on Saturday next at 8  o'clock.  Lt.-Col. Belson wat nominated  to act at aecretary for the local  Government Loan Campaign Committee.  The iasue of the queationaire  forma by the Dominion executive  wat approved and the information  obtained thereby should be valuable to tbe committee appointed  to consider the question of further  help to the returned soldier.  As H.R.H. the Prince of. Wales  will be in Kelowna at 6.30 p.m.  on Tuesday next, it is requetted  that member<aBarade at the club  r*..iifr��. ih  possible, but it. is quite immaterial  if mufti it worn.  The GW.V.A. executive would  be much obliged if emplojers  would allow membera of the Association sufficient time to get ready  for the inspection by H.R.H. the  Prince of Wales.  The Chief of Police haa requested the assistance of 20 veterans to  keep automobiles off Bernard Ave.  until the Prince's car hat passed.  Members willing to do thu will be  taken in cars to their posts, and  driven to the park in time for the  inspection. Parade for thit duty at  5.45 p.m. at the club roomt. Pay  $2.       ,  After the inspection the Veterans  will escort the Prince to the boot  Geo. E. Thompton returned thit  week after a long, and enjoyable  holiday spent at hit old home at  Truro, N.S. R  Mr. and Mra. A. R. Lord and  family came in Tuesday. Mr. Lord  it now school inspector for the  district. They will reside iu Ritchie's houte on Glenn Avenue.  An aeroplane wat observed flying at a considerable height on  Monday in the direction of Penticton. It wat presumably Lieut. Trim  on hit way to Nelaon.  Five masked men bound and  gagged the mail clerka on the  Ocean Limited of the Canadian  National Railway, near Harlaka,  early Friday morning and robbed  the mail car of $75,000 in paper  and silver, which was being shipped from Montreal to Halifax.  The Corporation  of The City of Kelowna  VISirOF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS  THE PRINCE OF WALES  NOTICE is hereby given that the follow  ins will be closed to Automobiles and ait  other Vehicular Traffic from 5.45 p.m. to  7.30 p.m. on Tueaday. 30th September.  1919, on the occasion of the visit of Hia  Roval Highness, the Prince of Wales, to  Kelowna:��� I  That portion or Bernard Avenue from  Pendozi Street te Abbot Street;  That portion of Abbot Street from Bernard Avenue to Lawrence Avenue;  The whole of the Public Park.  D. W. SUTHERLAND.  Kelowna, B.C., Major.  SSeptember 24th, 1919. PAGE TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, September 25,1919j  SYNOPSIS OP OOAJj  MINING  KKCTLAT.ONS  Coal mining rights of ths Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, thc Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and in portion ot the Province ol British Columbia may be leased for- a term ot twenty-one years at  an annual rental ot *1 an acre. Not  more than 2,600 acres will be leased to  olre   applicant.  Applications tor thc leaBO must be  rrrrrrle by the applicant in peraon to the  Agent or Sub-agent ot tire district In  which lhe rights applied for are altunt-  ed.  Kirch application must be accompanied by a fee of I!., which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royally ahull bo paid on tire merchantable  output of the mlno at the rate of five  cents per ton.  In surveyed territories the land muBt  bo described by sections or legal sub-  dlvlHlona ot sections, and In unsurveyed  territory tho tract applied for shall be  striked out by  the applicant himself.  Tho person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with aworn returns  accounting for f.ic full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If tho coal mining  rights nro not being operated, auch returns ahall bo furnished at least once  n year.  The leaae will Include the coal mining rights only, but tho lesaee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at tho rate of $10 an acre.  tor full Information application  should be made to thc Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to the Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. COBV.  Deputy Minister of the Interior  (N.B.��� Unauthorised   publication   of  Ihis advertisement will not be trald for)  The Fish Market  Nearly opposite wharf  We sell all k>"ds of Fresh Fish in  season and Shell Fish  Phone 243 Delivery  li.W.C.llNMMillAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  The London Times  History of the War  20 VOLS.  Price, Terms and Sample  Copy on application to  GEO. LANE  Bernard Avenue, Kelowna  Phone 202 P.O. Box 489  J. H: CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BfcRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O.Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Ma-wu,  British CerambU  JOHN LEATHLEY  fiettt-er and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION   RATE8  11.80    ptr   mr:    7fta..   six    month.-..   Halted  Mtntei 10  oente  sulditlo..).  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All chantree in oontraot ad\*ertl*winenta nioet  hh in the hands ol the nrlater bv Tueediw  fVfiii.it/ to anion oublleatioa la tha neat  tSSlISi  The Prince's Visit  The change in the arrangements  (ot lhe visit of the Prince ol Walrs  next Tuesday is unfortunate. Instead of reaching Kelowna by  boat in the early part of the day,  and having a chance to see something of lhe country on his way tn  Vernon, he is to come down from  the latter city by car, and is due to  arrive here about six or six-lhi.ty  o'clock, being due out again at  seven. This means that should  any delay occur, the parly will  reach Kelowna after dark. The  city will no doubt make arrangements for some temporarv illumination of the portion of the park  where the reception is lo take  place, but the affair would not be  nearly so satisfactory. ���  The original arrangement provided for the party leaving the  boat at Kelowna on the northbound trip about noon, and being  conveyed by cars to Vernon. Why  the plan has been switched around  as it has, and by whom, is something ot a mystery as yet. 'No  official notification has been received from Ottawa regarding it,  but C.P.R. officials have received  definite instructions which leave  no doubt as to what is to happen.  Whatever the circumstances,  however, the Prince is certainly  not to blame, and he must have a  hearty reception just the same and  be made to feel lhat he has the  goodwill and loyalty of Kelowna  people.  To be bluntly honest and candid  with ourselves we have to admit  that in this intensely democratic  age, reverence for kings and royalty has evaporated somewhat. It is  to the glory of our British constitution, however, that this democratic  voung Prince stands for something  more than autocratic pomp and  power. He represents the unity of  the great British Empire, a unity  which haa been proved during tde  past few years of war to be not  merely a faded sentiment but a  great reality ���and what is more, a  stern necessity for the future.  Personally, the Prince is just a  typical well-educated, well-trained  English boy, with a riper experience than most of his age are privileged to acquire, and with good  judgment. He is inclined to be  impatient of unnecessary formality  and exclusiveness. He has seen  the stern reality of war and its  squalor as well as the pomp  and panoply of militarism, and has  rubbed shoulders with ordinary  humanity more perhaps than any  of his predecessors. Certainly he  has created only lhe most favourable impressions during his tour of  the Dominion.  B. McDonald left Monday on a  visit to the coast.  HERGA AMBLEBSS."  Lesiona in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repairs  Phones: Business 164: Residence 91  P.O. Box 22  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "M PREPAaBB*"      Kelowna Troop.  Troop First; Self Last  Edited by "Wolf."   Sept. 23. 1919.  ORDERS by command for week  ending October 4, 1919.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for  week, Beavers.  PARADES: The combined troop  in full uniform, without staves, will  parade on Tuesday next, the 30th  of September, with the Wolf Cubs,  for inspection by H.R.H. the Prince  of Wales, who  is  also  the Chief  Scout for Wales.    We cannot give  the exact time for this parade as il  will depend upon the time of the  Piince's   arrival   here.     The   last  word is that it will be at 6.30 p.m ,  and he will  be   leaving  Kelowna  again at 7 p.m.    Further particulars  will be given to each Patrol Leader  for transmission to   the  Scouts  in  their respective Pat.ols. There will  be no further parades this week.  e       ���  m  If there are any in the Troop who  would find Tuesday, or any other  evening of the week more convenient for meetings, will they kindly  notify the Scoutmaster, giving written reasons.  a        s  With regard to the passing of  tests, the following orders have  been made:���  Patrol Leaders must repass their  tenderfoot and aecond class tests  by the end of October.  All scouts who held tenderfoot  badges at the concert, must pass  their second class by the end ol  November, all other tenderfoots by  the end of January.  All who held aecond class badges  at the time of the concert must have  two new proficiency badges or their  first clasi badge by the end of the  year. ���  All scouts who fail to make this  progress can not remain any longer in the troop.  ��� . '  A continuation of the winning  scout diary:���  After a fine camp dinner we  packed our belongings and started  for Cedar Creek. We left at 2.30  and after a very hot and slow trip,  reached camp at 5 o'clock. We  immediately went in swimming and  had a good wash. Feeling much  better we got dressed and had free-  in-bounds till supper. After supper  (at which the waiters were the non-  railroaders) we had Court of Honor.  At this the various crimes during  our absence were dealt with. Just  then Mr. Packham and Cubmaster  Gordon  arrived.    Camp-fire  soon  followed with cherries and music  and then bed.  Wednesday July 9th, I919.-Re-  veille was blown at 7.30 and we  fell in for washing parade. When  dressed we had prayers and hoisted the fisg. Then came breakfast  with the Eagles as kitchen patrol)  After breakfaat came tent inspection  won by the Wolves. Physical training and fatigues were the next item  and then we had some games and  then free-to-patrols. Dinner came  at one and then diary writing, and  compulsory rest. After compulsory  rest we had a good scout game.  The troop waa divided into two  parties and stationed about a mile  apart. There were two referees  and the party that went wilh one  referee had to report to the other.  Each scout had a tail or scarf and  if this waa taken that icout was ott  of the game. After this fine game  we had a good swim and then came  free-in-hounds till supper. A daily  Court nf Honor was held alter sup  per while the rest of the troop  practiced races for Thursday. A  night game was played as soon as  it was sufficiently dark, Afler the  game we prepared for bed.  Short Pieces for the  Wolf Cubs  By the Old Silver Wolf  Cubs, alert I and just form the  Rock Circle in your minds for a  short while, so you may pay attention to what follows. The editor  of this paper haa been good enough  to allow us a little space when we  want it, so that we can have some  chats together and you can aee  orders, like the scouts do. Everything will be printed in easy words  and I want you to read the paper  each week ao that you will know  what parades and outings are to  be held.  Last Saturday we had n fine  hike on Knox mountain, which  was disappointing to thoae Cubs  who had to work. A big fire waa  built on the highest point of the  turtle back, and after supper a  game of Despatch Bearer waa  played, in which one of the Cubs  showed remarkable wit. We are  planning a bigger outing ao that  all the pack may attend and play  this great game.  Perhaps there is no need to say  that the Prince of Wales will be  here Tuesday, so that all uniforms  must be washed and shorts ironed  besides faded braid removed and  new sewn on. Tell your mothers  about this. Of course every Cub  will clean his own boots and sew  on any missing buttons. There  will be a parade on Friday night  at the cub room when every Cub  who is going before the Prince  must attend in full uniform for inspection.  The assistant cub master tells me  a new cub master will be appointed Boon to take Mr. Gordon's place.  ���tSSii  MEN ARE BECOMING  BETTER CLOTHES BUYERS  ' MU  ��  BEFORE the war many men were  careless buyers of clothing, becaue  there was an abundance of trustworthy  materials to be had.  But now it is different I  To-day every man realizes the need of selecting carefully hit tailor. Choose fabrics only from  a dependable line that ia nut tainted with adulterated  fabrics. ��� tt   f  MADE JTO-MSASUM  CLOTHES TOR  MKN  rapraaant only tbe choicest of honest fabrics and the skill of  an organisation of conscientious tailor craftera who produce  ferments of aach superior tailoring and stylo that we are  proud to attach our name.   Come see us to-day.  H.F. HICKS   -   Kelowna  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Friday & Saturday���"Heart of the Wilds,*' starring beautiful j  Elsie Ferguson.  Monday & Tueaday���"A Pair of Sixes," with Taylor Holmes.'  Rapid action���laughs and lovea.   Also the last chapter of ]  "A Fight for Millions."  Wedneaday & Thursday���"Too Many Millions." Also a good j  comedy.  Evening, 7.30 & 9.  Matinee Satnrday at 3 p.m.  TAKE A TIRE REPAIR KH  with you. You may not need it at all. But if you  should it will be worth many times its cost, Our tire  kits contain everything requisite to repairing ordinary  accidents. With the aid of ita contents you can drive  your, car to a garage where more permanent repairs  can be made.   Takes but little room and but little cash  GOODYEAR Tires service station  Coal Oil Gas Lubricating Oils  THE OIL SHOP  Corner of  Pendozi   <St  Lawrence  J.  W. B. BROWNE, Proprietor  DAY and NIGHT  SERVICE  Telephones  Day 287  Night 76  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations all farmera  who aell butter either  to the atrrei or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on whioh  MUST appear in prominent lettera thewords  "DAIRY BUTTER."  The fact is alao em-  phaiized that all butter  in such packages must  be of the full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of aame a  fine of from $10 te $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must be so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter and dairy  butter retains its label  though it bo mixed  with the creamery product.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  J00PAP!Sctu,SrNO$1.50  200  500  1000  ����  2.00  3.15  4.50  These prices include Both the  Paper, which ts the but obtainable  for the purpose, and Me Printing  of tame.   Please note this.  Kelowna Record  HARNESS and  Harness Repairs  We are now fully equipped! for ell kinds of Repairs to Harness  and Leather Work and wiU give PROMPT SERVICE  SECOND-HAND HARNESS BOUGHT AND SOLD  New Stock of both Heavy and Light Harnett on hand  At rook bottom prices  Everything here for the horseman  C. RUTHERFORD, Water St., Kelowna Thursday, September 25,1919  KSUOWfA  KECOHD  PAOBTHBSB  Ward & Baldock  CONTOACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  J"^*J^^s^^rtS^V*^^V\*'*f^r*t-v+^s\s\/\s*s*s*^^s-  WANTED  AT ONCE  TWO GIRLS, for facing  Evaporated Apple Boxea,  Nice clean work and  good wages.   Apply  OrAard Qy Evaporating Ce.  Announcement  Having purchased  Alsgard's   Confectionery,  Ice Cream & Tea Parlors  we wish to solicit your patronage, and we  can assure you will  uae every  endeavor to warrant your confidence.  Mr. Winter comes from Souris, Manitoba, having  conducted for thirteen yeara a large atore such se  Alsgard's. Mr. Chapin comae from Vancouver, B.C  where he hai carried on business during the lest ten  yeefe. With our combined experience���and with  our mono SERVICE FIRST, we hope to prove  worthy successors to Mr. Alsgard.  WINTER & CHAPIN  Britain Will Restore  Forests  Two hundred thousand acret of  forest land in Great Britain are to  be replanted at a cost, for planting  and maintenance the first ten years,  of $17,000,000, according to an  announcement by the government.  The trees will replace some of the  heavy timber cut down during the  War and provide additional forests,  so that the country may be independent of other timber sources  in case of emergency. Foreatere  ate being trained and the necessary  saplings are being prepared. If the  experiment is successful, it is pro  posed to increase the acreage of  re-forested lend to 1,770,000 acrea  within the next 40 yeara.  yy oodciTart I ^rcmi)es m low���^ a^  Manufacturing Co.  Phone 267  For Furniture of all kinds made to order, Store and  Office Fittitig8. Good storage to rent.  Building Contractors' Estimates Furnished  Second  Hand  and  Antique  Furniture and Goods of all kinds  bought or sold on commission.  Sewiqg machines cleaned, repaired and overhauled.  Upholstering done on the premises.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re Lot I, Map 508, Osoyoos Division of  Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that I shall at  the expiration of one month from the date  of the first publication hereof issue a Car.  tifieate of Indefeasible Title to the above-  mentioned lends in the name of Alfred  George Harrison Carruthers, unless in the  meantime velid objection is made to me  in writing.  The holder of the following documents  relating to said lands, namely:���  Deed dated 15th November 1604, Tbe  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company,  Limited, to R. Aldam Pease of 26.2  acres of District Lot 219  (Lot 7,  Map 362)'  Partial Release of Mortgage deted 17th  October 1904, Arthur B. Knox to  Okanagan Fruit and Land Company  Limited, of 26.2 acrea of District  Lot 210,  is required to deliver the same to me  forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B.C, thia 6th May of September,  1919.  C H. DUNBAR.  43.7 District Registrar of Titles.  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  MOTOR EXPRESS  and Heavy Hauling  L>. CHAPMAN  Phone 287 P.O. Box 351  Invite Stockmen to  Show at Penticton  The Penticton Agricultural Society are inviting oil dairy stockmen  to compete in their exhibition to  be held Oct. 15th and 16th. At  an inducement they are offering  cash prizes equal to those . of the  big Vancouver exhibition, also aa  special prizes a sterling silver challenge cup preaented by the Bank  of Montreal, value not less than  $50, for the champion Holstein  Cow ia the valley, and ailver challenge cup of the same value pre  sented by the Bank of Hamilton  for the champion Jersey cow in the  valley. With handsome prizes like  these all ownera of pure bred stock  in the Okanagan Valley ahould  enter into Iriendly competition (n  order to stimulate the dairy business. The) also have $800 devoted to fruit and field producta and  are offering $15 as first prize far  five-box exhibits, and for one and  two-box exhibits are offering other  generous prizes. They are devoting to the pure seed exhibits $100  in prizes and to poultry $200 and  $150 for women'a work.  Doctor Hugh Dobson, who has  charge of child welfare work at  the provincial fair at New Westminster, will give lectures during  the exhibition. Medals and diplomas will be given for babies  getting the highest points in each  class and all mothers exhibiting  their babies will teceive a chart  free, which ia a prize in itself. Thu  department is open for all mothers  in the valley.  Random Remarks  Br Ilia Cluel  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  ^veaaaaaa aaaa. MimM)  TAKE NOTICE that Robert Story Hall,  whose addreaa ia Kelowna, B.C., will apply for a licenae to take and uae one cubit  foot per second of waste water flowing  down public road from East Kelowna to  Mission Creek, which flows westerly near  tha N.W, corner Sec. 9, Tp. 26, and drains  into Mission Creek. The water will bo  diverted from the atream at a point about  the centre of tho north line of Sec. 9, Tp.  26. and will be uaed for irrigation purpoee  upon tho land described aa part Sub-lot 3,  Map 187, part sec. 16, Tp. 26. Thia n mice  wai posted on the ground on the lat day  of September, 1919. A copy of thia  notice and an application purauant thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914," will bo  filed in the office of the Water Recorder  at Vernon, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with the said Water  Recorder or with tho Comptroller ol  Water Rights, Parliament Buildinga, Vic,  ori��-., B. C, within fifty daya after the  firat appearance of this notice in a local  newspaper. The date of the first publics  lion of this notice is September 4th, 1919.  424 R. S. HALL. Applicant.  "A chiel'a amana ye takin' notea and fcth, he U  prent them."���Burns.  Foxes can talk if you know how to listen���  My Paw aaid ao;  Owls have big eyea that  sparkle and glie-  ten���  My Paw aaid ao;  Boars can turn flip-flaps  and  climb ellum  trees,  -An' steal all tho honey away from the  bees,  An' they never  mind  -winter becoz they  don't freeze 1���  My Paw said so.  Car For Hire  (McLoughlirr Six)  Day Phone 116 Night Phone 5902  J. TGRANT  SPECIAL  Return Engagement  ELMER'S  ORIGINAL  JAZZBAND  TWO NIGHTS  Saturday, September 27th  Monday, September 29th  IN THE MORRISON HALL  KELOWNA  NOW OPEN In Our NEW PREMISES  PENDOZI STREET  Next Door to the Club  Campbell's Bicycle Shop  Electrical Supplies and Repairs  EDISON MAZDA  ELECTRIC LAMP  The lamp which has proved itaalf to be  all ita maker* claim. Canadian made  and absolutely guaranteed throughout.  We have a  workshop  equipped for Cjstle "Repairs of any kind-  Electric Wiring and Installing. Motors repaired  MASSEY- HARRIS  BICYCLES  A dependable Canadian made bicycle  which  will give good service under all  conditions met with in the west.  When 1 read the above linea in an old  mita-Hne 1 picked up the other day, my  atte*r...on was arrested not ao much by  the natural history facts stated, aa by the  excellent authority on which thoy were  based���"My 'Paw* aaid ao." To the ordinary child mind thia ia all conclusive,  but standing in the relation of a paw my.  eelf, I have not the child's reverence for  tho authority quoted. You aee I know the  average paw's limitations. About maw >  Oh well, maw is a person no fellow can  understand, you know.  *       ���  ���  Talking of the mind of a child though,  my memory is not ao ahort but I can  remember clinching an argument about  the size of the stars, by quoting the au<  thority mentioned in (he verse at top of  this column. On that occasion, however,  with a precocity that, on reflection, haa  often surprised myself, I sensed the possibility of my authority losing weight from  its being my dad who was the scource of  information and not the other boys'. I  made the assurance doubly sure by adding that the Bible said ao, tool  a       e  ���  What is the reason that the Prohibition  party and the Moderation League have ao  completely closed the controversy so ardently pursued aome time ago. While it  lasted, it was positively enjoyable, and I  for one can't understand it ending without  a decision. One regrettable feature of the  discussion waa that one could not say a  word in favor of moderation without being  regarded by ita opponents aa approving of  sin and unrighteousness. In short, it  seemed to me that not only did the self-  styled reform party object to freedom of  action, but even carried that objection into  the realm of thought and speech.  a        a  ���  In this connection 1 remember the parable of the man out of whom an unclean  spirit went who "walketh through dry  places seeking rest and finding none." He  returns to his house, finds it clean and  empty and goea off again and brings aeven  more wicked than himself, and the result  is that the poaaessed one goes pell-mell to  the "demnition bow wowel" What I  mean is, that cutting off willy nilly the  privileges of the people without having  something ready to take their place, ia  never an unmixed blessing. Witness the  untimely deaths throughout the whole  country From the use of dope and unwholesome stimulants.  The latest public building to be completed in the city waa rather a puzzle at  firat to the uninitiated. Now, of courae, we  all know it as a telephone call office.  With a regular cab rank adjacent to it end  a proposal to institute ailent policemen to  regulate the traffic we are becoming aome  city. Eh I what ? Next thing we know  will be the placing of "islands" at pointa  on Bernard Avenue.  NOTICE  The store of Wing Chong, on Eli Avenue, has been purchased for the use of the  Chee Kung Tong (Chinese Free Masons)  and is being refitted as a meeting hall.  43-6p  igllllllli  Dominion  .22's  I Add real joy to the gopher I  j hunt by using these accu- [  j rate, dependable little cart-1  I ridges  that give genuine |  I results.  Dominion .22  Mushroon I  bullets mean a bigger bag I  and quicker riddance ofthe I  pest  Dominion  .22's are not I  only backed by the  big  "D" trademark but by our I  personal guarantee, which I  I is behind our entire stock I  I of   Dominion Cartridges I  I and shotgun shells, rifles, |  I shotguns.  D. Leckie  pi  Auction  To be held at tha  Old English Church  Back of the Keller Block  .Saturday, October 11  Commencing at I p.m.  Property of Mn. DUNDAS  Upright Piano, Parlor Pictures, Morris  Chair, Japanese Corner Cupboard, Chippendale Chair, Mahogany Chair, Gilt  Chair, Writing Desk, Small Tables, Indian  Rug, 17 a 24, 3 oil Paintings, 5 Water Col.  ore, Aladdin Lamp, Grandfather's dock,  10 framed Pictures, Spinning Wheel, Persian Rog, Mahogany Dining Table, 6 oak  Dining Chairs, Mahogany Cupboard, Leather Morris Chair, Butler's Tray and Stand  Largs) Mahogany Bookcase. Book Caaea,  oak Writing Table, Cun Rack, pair old  Engravings, Cheat of Drawers, 4 Mahogany  Dressing. Tables, 3 Mahogany Framed  Mirrors, Clothes Basket, 2 Small Mirrors,  Medicine Chest, Bed, Mattress and Springa  Mahogany Washetand, Flower Stand, 3  Single Beds complete, 2 Sets of Drawers,  Shaving Mirror, 3 Chinese Picturee, old  and valuable, Oil Stove, Oil Heater, S  Golf Club, and Caae, Mahogany Leather  covered Chair, 2 Bedroom Chairs, solid  Leather Trunk,Curtains, 2 Kitchen Tables  6 Kitchen Chairs, Monarch 6.hole Renge,  Lot of Lino, Glaaa Decanters and Glasses,  Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Grindstone,  30-30 Rifle. Dickson Double-barrelled  Shot Gun, cost $150, 22 Rifle, Mauser Revolver, 2 Lawn Mowers, Cultivator, wheelbarrow, Garden Tools, Carpenter's Tools,  Tent, 2 Buggies, Cutter, English  Saddle,  2 Seta Driving Harness, Weighing Machine  3 Horses, 1 Mare and Foal, alao a very  large nember of books, and many other  articles. TERMS CASH  Stockwells, Ltd. - Auctioneers  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now ia the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. I  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy aeat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, Ice,  Re-made Polished  Coiey  Corners  Made aad Upholstered  All Charge* Reasonable  =**=  A. Homewood  Late with Kolowna Faraiture Co.  Professional Cards  BURNE *- sVEODELL  Barriater,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    -   John F. Burne.  KBLOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public  KELOWNA. :: B.C.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans und Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  inga.l own and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Cn. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Ctoll and Hudraulic  Engineer  B.G. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Report, on Irrigation Works  Application, (or Water License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST  Pendozi Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTHIE, VA, D.V&.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443  Retidence       313  Vernon, BjC.  Calla left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentitf,  Willita Block, will ba promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  CUt.29lKB.tt.)  B. C. l-and Surveyor  Hewetson ��c Mantle Block ��� Kelowna  Moving in in October. Address meanwhile  REVEUTOKE, B.C. PAGE TOCB  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, September 25,1919  TO THE VETERANS of  KELOWNA DISTRICT:  THE following form is now available at the G.W.V.A.  Rooms and lire Rutland, Westbank and Okanagan  Mission post offices. Thc Great War Veterans' Association have undertaken this work wilh the object of proving to  the Parliamentary Commission now sitting that there is in many  cases real need of government assistance to re-establish the  returned soldier in civil life. While the G.W.V.A. are doing  this wotk for all relumed men and bearing the expense of same,  it is pointed out that there are still many returned men in thia  district who have not joined the Association. The stronger thr  Association is the more weight thry have at Ottawa in presenting claims or requests to the government.  There is no need for nny returned soldier to fill in one  of these forms if he is satisfied with his present position and  prospects, and special attention is drawn to the note at foot of  form.  Forms may be cut out of the local newspapers and mailed to the Secretary, G.W.V.A., Kelowna, if others ate not avail,  able.    It is essential thai forms be returned quickly.  An additional questionalre will shortly be issued seeking  information as to dependents of men returned and of men who  will not return.  B. H. BELSON,  Secretary-Treasurer.  Great War Veterans' Association of Canada  B.C. COMMAND  Form to be filled in by Returred Soldier for Information  of  Special Commission re Civil Rehabilitation of Ex-  Members of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces.  Name   Regimental No. and Unit    Rank   Address Prior to Enlistment   Age.  Present Addreaa .  Married, Single or Widower..   No. of Dependents, Showing Relationship .  Length ol Service    }  Date of Enlistment   Date of Discharge. -���  |     In Canada ���   In England   In France   On Other Fronts   Amount of Pension    Can You Obtain Life Insurance    Length of Vocational Training      Are You Employed aa a reault of Vocational Training    Have You Taken up Land Under Soldier Settlement Scheme .  HnveYou Application for aame pending    What Amount of War Service Gratuity have you received   The Following Questions Apply to Those Not Vocationally    Trained    or    Settled   on   Land   Under   Soldier  Settlement Scheme.  Are You Now in Employment   Temporary or Permanent   Did You Secure Employment Yourself *.   Did You Return to Your Pre-war Position   Were Yo*> Assisted in Obtaining   Employment by any Government  Department   State Monthly Earninga at Time of Enlistment   State Present Monthly Earnings   Do You Consider Yourself Re-established   It Not, define precisely what measure  of  Re-establishment would  meet your particular need      NOTE���In defining Um requisite measure of Re establishment necessary, CASH AMOUNTS must NOT be stated  excepting a detailed statement ahowing exactly for what  purpose auch caah ia to be expended upon be attacked.  Wind-up of Local  Patriotic Fund  D.itri'outm' Nrmly $48,000   In  th  Kelownn Disnii i  A meeting of lire g r,er��l min-  mltor i I lire Canadian Pntiirtr  Fund waa held irr (hf Council  Ciiamber on Soturday, 20th Sep  tember, for the purpose of winding  up the affairs of the local branch.  The following financial statement  covering the period between June  28th. 1915, and July 31 at, 1919,  and auditor's report was received,  rend and adopted :���  RECEIPTS  Dependents'    cheques    received  the provincial branch and handed to respective beneficiaries  $47,777.23  Dependents' cheques returned to  the  provincial  branch  as  per  contra            riM'],  Subscriptions and donations    15,154.32  $63,425.70  DISBURSEMENTS  Paid to dependents   $47,777.23  Dependents' cheques returned 494.15  General Expenses           317.10  Remittsnces to prov. branch 15.637.22  $63,425.70  The teport was accompanied by  a certificate from the auditor, Mr.  R. E. Denison.  The following resolution was duly  passed: "That we place on record  our hearty appreciation of the support given to the Kelowna Branch  of the Canadian Patriotic Fund hy  "Vlessers. P. B. Willits & Co., the  local press, Mr. R. E. Denison and  nil who assisted in any capacity."  The chairman instructed that  special record be made of the good  work done by Mr. J. R. Beale who  had taken a most active pait  in the affairs of the local branch  from the time it was formed until  this the closing meeting. He pointed out the Bmall number of com  plaints received by the committee  was evidence Mr. Beale 8 work as  collector and secretary-treasurer of  the local branch had given general  satisfaction.  Mr. Beale reported that in ac  cordance with instructions received  from the president he had handed  to the city clerk all books, vouchers  and records of the local branch.  The treasurer acknowledges receipt of the following contributions:  Mrs. N. L. Leigh, $10; J. Conlin,  $3 i F. Varney, ��*>6; Mrs. M. K.  Stubbs. $6; E. M. Carruthers, $15;  Miss M. Hereron, $3.  Mr. Bowser Becomes  Doctor of Laws  Mr. W. J. Bowser, opposition  leader at Victoria, has been honored a few days ago by his alma  mater.Dalhousie University, Halifax  by (he bestowal of the degree of  Doctor of Laws. Sir Robert Borden  and several other prominent Canadians were at the same time, which  was the centenary celebration of  the founding of this famous seat of  learning. Mr. Bowser had been invited to attend, but as he found it  impossible to do so, the degree �� as  conferred upon him in absentia.  Banko Berkshires  We exhibited Ten of our Pedigree  Berkshires at Vaucouver Exhibition  and won First and Second Prizes in  every available claas for this breed  and CHAMPIONSHIP in both  boar and sow classes.  As this herd is being exhibited at  New Westminster Show (Sept. 29th  to Oct. 4th), we shall be unable to  have any of them at the Kelownn  Fall Fair, but after October I Oil. we  shall be pleased to show whet are  undoubtedly the BEST BERKSHIRES in B.C. to any hog enthusiast who cares to call at the ranch.  KELOWNA  A NY woman who has supervision of  ** " home likes to have a modern  t m th[ own���tlie kind her guests admire.  We have the kind that please  and are a delight to the family.  Call in when passing and have  us ahow you how to get your  bathroom properly furnished  J. Galbraith  Heating, Ventilating and  Sanitary Engineer  Phonea:  Store 100 P.O. Box 81  Residence 5705  MAXWELL  \  Touring Cars  -***���T" ���"  " ' ' '   " '' ���-".!'''��������', ���     .'������ iSW  and /.Trucks  ��TT ANNOUNCEMENT is made hereby that Mr.  VI S. T. Elliott has been appointed general agent  II and distributor for thia famous line of automobile over the following territory : South Okanagan (to Peachland), North Okanagan, Lillooet, Cariboo, Kamloops, Revelstoke, Yale, east of Thompson  River, north of Hope and to Fort George. As a local  sales centre the showroom of the Kelowna Garage Co.,  Lawrence Avenue, has been leased, and a carload of  Trucks and Touring Cars is now on display.  Maxwell lj-ton Trucks  Are Used in ALL  Commercial Fields  Their flexibility makes them readily adaptable to varied  service and especially to the needs of the farmer and  orchardist. Thousands of these trucks have been tested  under all haulage conditions and have proved their  durability and economy.  The Same Qualities Distinguish  the Touring Cars  A Maxwell Car was in Kelowna last week which had  travelled over 120,000 miles. A Maxwell Truck made  the phenomenal run with a 2,200-lb. load from San  Francisco to New York in 17 days���3,428.7 miles.  ALSO AGENT FOR  NASH Touring Cars & Trucks, PICKARD Touring Cars & Tracks  Cockshutt Plow Company's  Agricultural Machinery  Gasoline Engines       Separators  Frost & Wood Farm Implements  S. T. Elliott  Kelowna, B.C.  Showroom at the Kelowna Garage Co.  Lawrence Avenue IThiijsday, September 25,1919  KELOWNA  BJRCOBD  PAGE FIVE  Dressing Gowns  for Winter  ANEW assortment of Dressing Gowns of good  quality materials are now on display.   These  come in excellent colorings and at prices th  re not unreasonable.  Good colorings in Flannelette Dressing Gown* in  pretty styles, at  $3.50  Heavier quality Dressing Gowns, from $4.95 to $ 12  Bedroom Slippers  [New styles in Bedroom Slippers are now in stock. They  [come in delicate colors of Pink, Mauve, Pale Blue, Saxe  I and Rose, also deeper colors of Green, Brown, Red,  f Maroon and Black, in materials of Kid, Suede and Felt.  Prices from $1 to $2.75  Flannelette Nightgowns  of Quality  'Exceptional values are being offered in White Flannel-  < ette Nightgowns for women and children. These include  I styles with long and short sleeves.  At prices (or Women from ...$1.95  Children's Flan'ette Nightgowns, (rom 75c to $1.25  New Corsets  Now in Stock  New assortments in good quality Corsets are now being  shown. A large variety of different makes have been  placed in stock and we shall be glad to show you these.  Prices (rom $1.25 to $6.  <?&*Ur  PHONE   361  KELOWNA  Apples Wanted  We are prepared to buy Windfalls  and Cull Apples in any quantity and  will pay $20 to $25 per ton if in  reasonable condition for Canning or  Drying  Boxes Supplied  Turn ALL Your Apples into Money,  inion Canners B. C  LIMITED"  CREAM PRICES  from June 13th, 1919  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  60c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 - 58c      ,,        ,,  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  tswxaorxs&aac&x^^  Mrs. J. F. Burne returned yesterday (rom a visit of several months  to Toronto.  Miss Margaret Clarke left Monday (or the coast to resume her  studies at the University.  Archdeacon Greene left Monday  on a visit to Armstrong and  Enderby.  Lynn Watt waa up (rom the coast  last week renewing old acquaintances.  Mr. Fordharn, sr., after spending  some time with his son Russell  Fordharn, of Okanagan Mission,  left yesterday for England.  Joe Casorso came back a few  days ago (rom a trip to the Peace  River Country. He was greatly  imptessed with the character of the  country and ita possibilities (or  stock ranching and (arming.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies Hospital Aid Society  will be held in the Board of Trade  rooms on Monday afternoon, Sept,  29th at 3.30 o'clock. As this is the  annual meeting and election of  officers, a full attendance is requested.  Mrs. G. R. Venables, wife of a  well known (ruit farmer of the  Coldstream district, died on Thursday at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital.  She was a native of England and  had been a resident of the Okanagan for about twelve yeara.  The October meeting of the  Women'a Institute has been cancelled, owing to Miss Dutcher's inability to give her demonstration at  present. Sewing meetings are being held each week in preparation  (or a bazaar to be held in December.  The Harvest Thanksgiving services will be held at St. Michael &  All Angels'Church on Sunday, Sept  28th, when the church will be suitably decorated. Holy Communion  will be celebrated at 8 a.m., and  Matins followed by Holy Communion at 11 a.m., with Evensong at  7.30 p.m.  F. Napier Denison, Victoria sup  erintendent of the Dominion Met  eorological Service for B.C., was in  town this week conferring with the  ranchers and others interested in  regard to the establishment of a  weather forecast, especially as regards frost, to be arranged for in  Kelowna, and other parts of the  Valley. Mr, Denison is a brother  of R. E. Denison, of Kelowna. The  government hopes that such  special arrangement will prove of  great value to the (ruit and tomato  men of the distiict.  At the Baptist Church on Sundav  next special services will be conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. F.  Price, in connection with the annual  Rally Day of the Sunday School,  In the morning, sermon for parents  and teachers, afternoon at 2.30,  open session of the school, with  special object address, subject "The  Magnet of Souls." The evening  service is to be for young men  and women especially, and will be  of a unique character, the choir illustrating thf sermon ("From Death  to Life") with musical selections,  Mr. Price himself will sing.  At the Fall Fair  A Great Exhibit  of Dark's Shoes  These will be on view all over  the Exhibition, not, of courie,  ���mongit the fruits and vegetables  or tucked in end around the  ladies' preserves, although 1  do expect to hove ��� good showing in the grandstand end near  the race track. Just take a look  at the visitors' feet to see Dark's  Fair Price Quality Footwear.  Chas. Dark  Jas. Harv-y, sr., was a passenger  to Vancouver yesterday.  Mrs. Knox went down to the  coast yesterday.  H. W. Campbell, of Penticton,  waa an arrival by yesterday's boat.  G. Greenwood, who recently  took over the Morand Hotel at  Lumby waa in town during the  week.  Arthur Quesnel and R. W. Bam-  (ord were amongst the visitors (rom  Lumby Saturday last.  G. J. Shin, a Chinese missionary  (rom Vernon, visited Kelowna last  weekend.  A. G. Parker of Penticton was  in town last Thursday.   '  Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Burpee of  Penticton were visitors last weekend.  G. L. Ormsby, of Vernon, was a  visitor last Thursday.  W. Bennett came up from the  coast last Saturday on a visit to  friends in Kelowna.  Ben Hoy, district horticulturist,  w��s down from Vernon over the  weekend.  G. F. Adams, of Calgary, waa  here Monday in connection with  (ruit business.  Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Spears, of  Vancouver, were arrivals Monday  on a visit to the district.  Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank came  in Monday (rom Victoria and wiil  spend a few days here.  Messrs. W. and G. C. Renfrew,  with Wilfred Morand went up last  week to the neighborhood of Harris  Creek where they enjoyed a few  days grouse shooting.  Aubrey Fumerton left last week  for Toronto, where he will attend  the dental college.  Church of England service will  be held at Rutland on Sunday next  at 3 p.m.  Mr. and Mrs. W. E. W. Mitchell  and family took leave of their  numerous friends at the wharf last  Monday, on their leaving (or England.  A. McGregor and A, J. Hunt  were visitors from Okanagan Landing Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown and D  E. Luce, of Enderby, and G. E.  Avery of Golden, were a motor  party who spent Sundav here.  Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Savage, of  Calgary, were visitors to Kelowna  this week.  R. Haliday, who has taken over  the barber shop opposite the wharf,  and installed new furnishings and  fittings, opened (or business Mon  day.  The C.P.R. is now evidently  making strenuous efforts to obviate  any further shortage of cars this  season, and every available car is  being turned in this direction  Yesterday the report showed 274  empties on their way into the  Okanagan.  Mrs. J. Atkinson arrived on Monday afternoon's boat from Hastings,  England, to join her husband, Pte.  John Atkinson of Manhattan Beach  who recently returned from overseas. Mrs. Atkinson is one of the  war brides coming to Canada.  The local agitation for a free  ferry has become one of the "hardy  annuals" with the Board of Trade,  and it ia therefore interesting tn  note what is being done and said  in other places in the same connection. An announcement by the  provincial government that they  are considering the advisability of  placing all ferries in the province  on a toll-paying basis, that iaelimin  ating the free terries at present  operating, has raised a storm of  protest (rom Nelson, and also from  New Westminster. There are forty-  six ferries in B.C. which are either  entirely maintained or assisted by  the government.  WM. HAUG  Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY for ycur winter's  supply of  COAL COAL  AVERY 5-10 Model I TRACTOR  Price $825, f.o.b. New Westminster  THIS is an ideal Tractor for the fruit farmer. Designed  to pull the load of three horaes, and will accomplish  as much as (our horses in a day. Selective Gear  Transmission���three speeds, I and one-half, 2 and one-  eighth, and 4 and one-quarter miles per hour. Rear wheel  38 inches high, 10-inch face. Turns in I0*t-foot radius.  Total length 135 inches; wheel base 78 inches; weight  2,600 pounds.  Anyone interested may have a demonstration.  W. R. GLENN <5c SON  Pendozi Street  Phone   150  THE CANTEEN'  Every man in Kelowna and district should  know that "The Canteen" is now open in the  old bowling alley on Water Street. We have  Soft Drinks (ice cold), Fresh Tobacco and  ���      Cigars, and the  BEST OF BILLIARD TABLES  Give us a trial one of these hot days and you will not regret it  Bernard H. Rayiiner and Ian MacRae  Props.  The Jenkins Co., Ltd.  Service Day or Night  Phone 20  Up-to-date Livery  Auto Trucks  OVERLAND CAR  (FIVE-PASSENGER)  Ripe Peaches and  Ripe Plums  FOR  CANNING  Three cents (3c) per pound  Kelowna Growers* Exchange  Packing House  CHEVROLET  ^B��noinlcal!DssnsportatioQ  Flexible       Powerful       Comfortable  as any Six  THE  CHEVROLET  BABY GRAND  is th. B��st Value tor the money on the market today  PRICE $1,750  F.o.b. Kelowna  Agent:  Showrooms:  M. A. ALSGARD      THE OIL SHOP   ���t  m^^ P \GE SIX  KBLOWKA   -tECOM  Thursday, September 25,1919  VISIT OUR  NOTION  COUNTER  VV7HENEVE.R you 'take a notion'  ** that you need anything, come  to us for it and you will find it; find  it right in Quality, right in Style, and  right in Price. The beautiful things  you will see and the Low Prices on  them will give you the notion to buy.  Beads for trimming.    In bottles at 15c  Dome Fasteners on tape, in black and white ..35c yd.  Parisian Binding, in black and white IOc yard  Featherweight Hair Wavers 5c each  Electric Hair Curlers  7c each  Real Human Hair Nets  10c each  Invisible all-over Hair Nets 5c each  Hair Ornaments in Barrettes, Fancy Pins, Side Combs  Shell and Amber Hair Pins set with brilliants,  also in plain, Bone Hair Pins.  Cabinets of Hair Pins from  IOc up to 35c box  Children's Adjustable Hose Supporters attached to  shoulder straps, at 35c  Children's Turkish Feeders, in assorted colors  25c  Children'a Wool Jackets, in white and colored.  Ladies' Smoked Pearl Bucl.es���Cape clasps for coat  or suit trimmings.  Black, White and Tan Silk Dress Fringe.  Fancy Edging in assorted fast colors, 3-yd. cards .. 15c  Fancy Cinderella Braid for wash dresses,3-yd. cards 20c  Rick Rack Braid, in 4 and 6-yard cards.. IOc, 15c, 20c  Assorted Letters for working over  3 for 5c  Colored Silk Cords, in assorted sizes...3c, 5cand8cyd.  Soutache Braids       Silk Tassels       Gold Braid  File Silk 3 for IOc  Dressing combs, at 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c  Buttonhole Tape 3c yard  Cambric  Handkerchiefs,  hemstitched, good  quality,  at 1 3 for 25c  KIMONA CLOTH  For children's Wear, in Pink and Blue,  with pussy-cat design, at, per yard, 50c  Children's   Hats   and   Bonnets,  in  Corduroy���Silk Poplin and Cashmere, with Ribbon  Rosebud and Swansdown Trimming.  Children's Corduroy and Eiderdown  Coats, in assorted styles.  Save One Dollar  The Designer Magazine delivered at our pattern  department each month for twelve months fcr  For 80c instead of $1.80  Also the Designer for 12 months and a copy of  the current Quarterly, with coupon good for 15c  in the purchase of any standard pattern.  AU for 95c  Use Standard Patterns  Make your own Clothe.  Lea. Outlay  Better Style  Better Workmanship  Better Material.  J. F. FUMERTON $ CO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to Pay Cash."  Dry Good, phone 58;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hour.:  Morning-9.30 and 11       Aftemoon-3 and 4  |E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate and Insurance  Phone 254 Dext door to Pest Office  STRATHCONA AVENUE-Thsee-storey  houae, 13 rooms, with basement, fully  modern. $6,000 ; $1,000 cash, balance  to be arranged.  CAWSTON AVENUE-Why pay rent  when you can buy a nice little Bungalow  for mO cash.  ST- PAUL STREET-Two.storey Houae,  fully modern, close in. $2,900, on terma.  Will consider a cash offer.  PENDOZI STREET-Two-slorey house,  S rooms, bath room, hot and cold water,  barn and shed, root cellar. $3,000.  $1,000 cash, balance to be arranged.  LAWRENCE   AVENUE - Bungalow, 5  rooms,  pantry, wood ahed, stable, close  in.   $2,500_on terms.  We have some exceptionally -Rood bargains in city property.   Call and  see our  listings if you are interested.  Listings wanted of Farm ot City properties  Want Ads.  THE  Okanagan Brokerage  JAMES INGLIS  PHONE 116  The Best Quality  of Meat  at the Lowest Possible  Prices  This is what we aim to give the people  of Kelowna, and   increasing   business  ���hows that we are doing it.  Veteran Meat Market  J. E. James   -   Prop.  Phone 183 Bernard Avenue  Cash and Carry  NO SHOOTING  Notice is hereby given that  Shooting and Hunting is strictly forbidden on Dr. Boyce's  property.  42.5  1  LIMITED  KELLER   BLOCK  KELOWNA  All New Stock���Make your  Cash Count  Come in and see our  New self-sealing, wide mouth  Sealers  All sizes Stone  Jars for Jam  and Egg preserving  Mixing Bowls, Milk Bov/la  Bean Pota, Flower Pots  Jam Kettles, Double Boilers  Sauce Pans  Alarm Clocks  Dust Mopa and Polish.  Floor Brushes and Brooms  New atock Ranges  Paints, Varnishes, Oils  Turpentine, Stains  Paint Brushes  Scrubbing Brushes  Wall Papers  Fruit Strainers  Fruit Presses  Garden Toola  Household Safes  Screen Doora  Mosquito Netting  Poultry Netting  Axes, Hammers, Saws  Fry Pans (double bakers)  Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets  Congoleum Ruga  Washing Maehinea  Wringen  Electric Stoves  Electric Irons  Curtain Extension Rods  Nickel Towel Racks  Sewing Machines & Needles  Horse,  Harneas  and  Buggy  for sale  We will make it worth your  while to buy from us  We still conduct auction sales  Stockwell's, Ld., Kelowna  We handle Real Ettate exclusively. Rates of commission as follows:  5 per cent up to $5,000, and 2 j  per cent over that amount.  WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE SALE of  several ten-acre blocks in the Ellison  District *t a very reasonable price.  Three of theae lota are in bearing orchard, the balance being in truck.  Terms over ten years. Small cash payment will handle.  This property is good for one week only  at present price.  Full particulate at this office  Miss M. E. WEBSTER  Public Stenographer  Terms moderate  -   THE  -  Okanagan Brokerage  OPPOSITE THE WH.ARF  KELOWNA  Phone 116 Box 116  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  - P.O.Box 110  St Paul Street    Kelowna  FOB  SAXE  FOR SALE, 5 -passenger Car, in good  condition, three new tires, two spares,  five inner tubes, spare front spring and  tool set, tour reliners and other accessories.   Apply H. Burtch. 43tt  FOR SALE, 100 good grade Oxford and  Shropshire Ewes, suitable (or breeding.  Also about 25 Ewe Lambs. These will  make a good foundation for anyone  wanting to go into sheep rawing. Thos.  Bulman, Vernon road (opposite 25-mile  post).   Phone 3206. 44-7  GOATS FOR SALE.   Four grade Nan.  nies and one Billy, well-bred Saanens,  three milking. Would trade cow in part  payment. Apply S. C. Cosens, Kelowna.  44-op  FOR SALE, pure brad, 2-year-old Hoi.  stein Bull, faultless and from a good  milking strain. Thos. Bulman, Vernon  road (opposite 25-mile post). Phone  3206. 44-7  FOR SALE, Ford car, in good mechanical  condition, two new tires. Apply Geo.  Ward, Kelowna. 45tf  HAY FOR SALE. About 15 tons Clover  Hay at $25 per ton in stack. Apply J.  Wallace, Rutland. 454  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED, a roung lady Clerk in our  Dry Goods Dept. Apply to J. F. Fumerton tt Co. 43lf  LOST  LOST, between Benvoulin and Kelowna,  Black Pluah Coat. Finder please leave  at Record Office.   Reward. 45p  LOST. Gold Snake Necklace. Believed  to be lost on K.LO. or Belgo. Finder  please return to Record Office. Reward.  HOUSB8 VAMTD  SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE wanted in  Kalowna, lat December to March 31 at.  P. A. Lewis, Glenmore. 45-6p  HOUSE WANTED. House or Bungalow  wanted to purchase. Modern if poaai-  sible. Close in. Price from $2,000 to  $3,500. Principles dealt with only.  Write Box R, Record Office. 45tf  MISCELLANEOUS  STRAYED, from vacant lot in town. Dark  Bay Mare, 4 years old. No brand, shod  all round, clipped mane and foretop.  Weight about 950 to 1000 lba. Reward  for information leading to recovery.  Anyone unlawfully detaining aame will  be prosecuted. W. H. Fleming, Vernon  Road. 42tf  STRAYED, on to my property, one two-  year-old Holstein steer, no visible brand  or mark.   W. Price, Vernon Road.  43tf  WANTED, to rent, or will buy. 5 to IJ  acres of orchard or good truck land.  What o6ers> Charles Tucker, Eaat  Kelowna. 44.5  TWO COTTAGES, cheap f.r quick aale.  Apply Box 254. 454  TOWN LOT. fenced, 2-roomed Houae-  furnished, for aale or would trade for  Ford car.   Write Box F, Record.   45p  TYPEWRITER FOR SALE, cheap for  cash. No. 7 Remington. Bartholomew,  Record, s  Kelowna Dairy Co.  N. B. DAY GEO. BROWN  PHONES 146 AND tSt  The people who are in a  position to supply your  every want, winter or summer, in pure milk fie cream.  We are also agenta for the celebrated  Empire Milkers  ���       Separators  t.        Gasoline Engines (with  a guarantee)  Papee Ensilage Cutlers, Ax.  Your Friends in the Old  Country are short of Fruit  SEND   THEM A BOX OF  Occidental  Apples for Xmas  We have a car of choice No. 1 Cox's Orange  Pippins rolling for London: Send us your orders.  this week if possible.  Price $5.50 per box  Delivered to any address in the United Kingdom  Occidental Fruit Co,, Ltd.  PHONE 24  I  Kelowna Theatre   -   October  To commence al 830 p.m.  VIOLIN RECITAL  8th  ISOLDE MENGES  At the Plant:  EILEEN BEATTIE  Tickets, $1.10 af Crawford's  Admiubn-9tc  BRING YOUR BEST STOCK  -TO  Penticton's Fair  October I5lh and 16th, 1919  Prizes on Registered Holsteins, jerseys and Ayr-  shires equal to those given at Vancouver Show  Fruit, Pure Seed and Women's Work  Exhibits.   .    .   Competition welcome.  ���U'j'rVj   mil Bt  Reially   Enterlaintd.  Write to T. H. BOOTHE. Show Sec., Penticton, B.C.  CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP  Messrs. F. POWICK (late with Casorso Bros.)  and F. NEWMAN  beg to announce that they have purchased the Butchering business known as the  Independent Meat Market  ELLIS STREET  A full line of the Best Quality Meats will be carried at  prices which will enable you to Save Money. ���  In turning over tha business Mr. Davy begs to thank his numerous customers  (or their patronage, and hopes the same will ba extended to his successors.  IIISIMMIII  ���H


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