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 yr  VOL. IX.   NO. 16.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1917.-4 PAGES  P.sfer Annum  "7=!?*  B. C. Legislature  Opened Thursriay  W. J. Bowier'ie Uader of  Opposition--]. W. Jonea  is Deputy Whip  Discuss Repairs to  Pendozi St. Bridge  Council Again Asked to Give  Cheaper Water Kates  For Gardens  Tbe Pendoii street bring* was again  the subjeot oi disoussion at the regular  roasting of the oity counoil lost Holiday morning. .On behalf of ths Board  of Works, whioh had been instructed to  take the matter up and obtain expert  opinion, Aid. Harvey suotoittod a report whioh included a map snowing  repairs considered necessary to put  the bridge into a safe and satisfactory  condition for traffic, lhe plan oaUeu  for concrete abutments on eaoh side oi  the creek, oarried up so as to lorm  supports for the central span oi ' tbe  bridge. Mr. Harvey explained that  these abutments could bs made to  servo the purpose oi retaining walls,  and at some future time the eartu  could be filled in behind them, thus  cutting i down the length of tbe oriole  by more than hub, and doing away  wish the necessity of renewing tne tons  which were already in an aavanceu  state of decay, and couid not be expected to last more than a year or  two. A rough estimate of the cost  was but ween feOO and ��U00.  'ihe necessity for spending so muoh  money evidently came as a shook to  the oounoil, though they admitted  that to carry out tne plan would make  ' good permanent job. li  . _lu. Kuttunoury said he had thought  that by driving a few piles and jacking up the bridge and, supporting it  where necessary, it might huvs been  put into snaps to last several years.  Aid. Harvey said that the contractors had given it ua their opinion that  to drive piles in the way suggested  would cost at least four or live hundred dollars, and as the job would be  a'very temporary one there .would not  be muoh to show ior it. Also in a  very short time they would have to  renew the ends, whieh would be a Very  expensive job.  Mayor Sutherland suggested aa an  alternative the oarrying out ol a portion oi the proposed plan, putting in  concrete loundationa whioh could be  used as supports for tne present struc  tore. The rest oi the worn could then  be completed at some luture date.  U wal eventually decided to have  specifications prepared, aad to oall tor  tenders.  Mayor Sutherland oalled aetentation  to the tact that there waa at present  no regular medical health ouicer for  the city, and the matter was referred  lo the Health oommittee to make arrangements.  It was mentioned that Mr. D. Mo  Hilian bad asked permission to place  irrigation water on to hia land on  ltichter street, connecting with tne  ditch in IStnel street, and conveying  the water down one oi the lanes noitu  of Bernard avenue. It was arranged  that Aid. Harvey and Duggan should  go over the ground and report.  Discussion on the former subject  brought up the old question of tne  oity allowing a oheaper rate, for waist  used for gardens and lawns, ft was  Aid. Buck who pointed out that in  view of the present demand oi the  government for greater production, it  was very desirable that some such ur  rangement should be made.'  Although a report obtaiuol bat  year had shown such a scheme *o be  beyond the capacity oi the present  pumps, it was deoided to go into the  matter again.  Announoement was made that tit,  offer had been received tor some r*tfp-  erty which had oome into lhe Vowes-  ���don of the oity through the tax sale.  The price offered waa the acouiu.ibiled  arrears oi taxes and interest, A email  amount had been paid as a deposit.  Aa the oounoil desired to give tho dig-  inal owners every ouanoo to redeem  their properties, it waa decided to  hold the matter over until the f< rour  owner had been notified.  The monthly polios report showed  five oases before tbe magistrate, and  ths amount of fines paid, $87.50. Trade  licence fees ooUected had amounted to  $160.00, and dog licences to $12.00.  A total oi 87 complaints had been received by the police and investigated.  O   Mr. Wilson Maodonald is arranging  to produce "In Sunny France': In  Vanoouver as a part oi the coming B.  C. Commercial Travellers' War Dance  programme in aid ol the Patriotic  Fund.  Provincial Taxes Will  Likely Be Raised  Must Have Increased Revenue  from Somewhere���Consider  New Taxes  The intention oi the provincial government to raise existing tax rates  and to impose new forms of taxation  in order to raise funds ior provincial  administration purposes, including  maintenance and bond interest is forecasted in what is apparently nn in  spired article in the Victoria 'limes.  In part it says:  "A number of suggestions have bee  made to the government as to method  by whioh the revenue liny he iiu-reas-  ed and new sources of income wuich  might be lapped. The 401 ir ament has  also before it the systems of other  provinces, and these in nil beiuj considered together with the plans whieh  the members of thu executive then-  selves have to suggsst.  "It it certain that efforts will bo  made to get the income tax piirl rrg-  ularly, and to secure the large amount  of arrears whioh are outstanding. It  is not unlikely that the rate of taxation on the larger incomes will be in  creased.  "There will be a revision of th.  taxation on automobiles beyond a  doubt. One of the matteri which is  before the government is that of a  tax on theatre! tickets, a method ol  taxation whioh hae been introduced in  Quebec and other provinces. Consideration is being given to lhe rate o  taxation on real and personal property, wild lands, coal lands, corporations, railways, and other sources from  whioh a considerable proportion of  inoome now oomes. ,  "Whatever tbe deolsion of the minis  try may be, tbe one thing that stands  out clearly, as has already been stated  is that there mUBt be a larger revenue  found somewhere. By what means it  will be raised will be seen when the  budget speech is made."  '    '    ���'������nn O'      'I".)     ������  Westbank News  (IVora oar on Corrs.pond.flt.I  Mr. A. Nicol, onr., is spending a  few davs with friends in Kelowna.  Mra. J. H. Campbell has b -en  visiting at Glenrosa this week,  being the guest of Mrs. G. Elliott.  The . packing school has been  postponed on account of severe  frost and not having a convenient  place to hold it in.  Mr. Ben Hoy has been conducting a pruning class here this week.  Seven students were seen to take a  great interest in the " art."  Mrs. J. W. Nichols, of Okanagan  Landing, and son Fred, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Marren, of the  Lakeview hotel. '  Miss Gellatly was a visitor to  Kelowna on Saturday ancK seemed  tc have had a busy time judging  by the parcels.  Miss L. Morrison, of Peachland,  arrived on Monday's boat to take  up her duties at the school during  the absence of Miss Weeks.  Miss Weeks left the hospital on  Friday to go to her home at Pen-  tiCon, but was in a very low condition, having to be carried on and  off the boat.  The school trustees have been  obliged to appoint a substitute tor  the school owing to the illness of  the teacher, as there are quite a  tew boys trying for their entrance  this year.  The King Edward clock has arrived and has been placed in position this week. It makes a decided improvement in the school, and  just appropriated the funds to five  cents.  Mrs. Curtis Hitchner, of Glenrosa  was a passenger on Saturday's boat  accompanied by her son in khaki.  He sure looked fine, with three  stripes on his arm. , Bert. Hitchner  also made the trip.  Mr. Butt, one of the trustees, was  in Kelowna Saturday looking out  for a teacher for the school. The  Rev. Mr. Dunn kindly offered to  fill the vacancy if one could not be  found, which was very kind of  him.  There was a large number of  passengers to Kelowna Saturday,  the Liberal Association holding a  Kelowna Creamery  Enlarges It's Plant  Heavy Cream Shipments Are  Looked For This Year  ' Extensive alterations and improvements are being made this  week at the Kelowna Creamery in  preparation for the coming heavy  shipping season, which it is expected will show some big figures in  butter production In the first place  the premises have been enlarged  by the- addition of the adjoining  store, a doorway having been made  to connect the two. In this new  addition space will be provided  for storage of cans, boxes, etc. This  will relieve the overcrowding  which has been gradually getting  worse, and makes room for sever-1  al important additions to the plant. I  These include a 250 gallon ripener.  thus more than doubling the capa-'  city of the creamery in this respect  by fifty gallons. A larger print cutter, handling a whole fifty pound  box of butter at once has also been  purchased and several smaller items which have been rendered  necessary. I  All this necessitates considerable  rearrangement, and it will most  likely be a few days before the]  creamerp will be in proper shipshape again.  Since the creamery has started  there has been a gradual  increase  the number of cattle in the district. Many good cows have been  brought in from outside points,  and farmers have been paving  more attention to the raising of  their young stock. Much of this  voung stock will be coming in this  spring, and from present indications the receipts of cream from  farmers  will  show  an  enormous  Dairying, Stock Raising  and Seed Growing  Excellent Series of  Farmers'  Institute Lectures���Endorse  Advertising Campaign  Money no Irrigation  Will Empower Banks to Lend  Money for Protection of Users  Irrigation legislation whieh the provincial government will bring down  this session is generally expected to be  in the nature merely oi' a temporary  expedient, a sort of stop-gap ior' the  protection of thu irrigationists until  ths time oomes when a mofe perms  nent policy oan be nettled upon.  in the series oi meetings held in the  distriot this weak under the auspices  of the tanners' Institute, special emphasis was laid upon dairying      und ..    .  stock raising, and the list of npeukers government, it is ooiuadsd, does   not  included several well-known exports in  M ��bl�� ���* **?��� PW' '"��  '��  ��'"  this branoh of agriculture, which Lids- "P0"   any- uwisrtirlrumr to% irMHrnpeeJ  fair in the not distant future to rival, "rfc"'011 bonds, to assist in the tak-  thnt    of fruit-growing.    Farmers are "a* over ��' watar systems By munici-  coming gradually to realise ehat   for P"1 corporation or water munimpalities.|  io*. climate, soil, and general condition or, to develops government ownership  the distriot is admirably adapted   to.0,'*tonWs reservoirs and main di'.men.  the raising oi com, alfalfa, nnj other I   Au that 0M1 *�� doM thi�� �� H i8  valuable fodder mops necessary      for understood, will consist of malting sur,.  successful dairying, and that moreover that the various systems are kept   in  miied farming methods are saier than operation for the season, so that   the  a   coo   exclusive   elianoe upon   fruit- fntfsrowers    will   not hava their or-  growing, alone.       Serf-growing     was ciuaia ruhwd by re"on ��* ,l8 V���'  another line upon wMoh muoh enlight- jtlon ol watw 9uPPly'  emng   information   was    given,    and I   The proposed legis'.at'o.-i  though yet, so far as this district    til tie m  Brewster government 'ill Ul��!y be r>  concerned, in the experimental sta.e, mea'nre enabling l.a 1 m 10 le.-.l money  it is safe to predict that the proline- to nr��ation oomp-'iniis ior moii.ien  tion of several kinds of seed will "in-,;anoe and -W'1 i"?'**' ",i1 c" ^��"  crease, and lessen the dependence of "* ��� firBt charga against tne seasonal  the distriot upon outside sourock revenue.     At the present  time;  bankB  The meetings commenced in Kelowna hav0 n0 Particular status in the mat  Tuesday morning with a demonstra ter' aad naturally if, thsy must rank  tion of live stack judging at the Bank- *�� ordinary mediloI��- ,,''J"1'1 ��!" to  head Farm by Prof. J. \. Mcl.oau auu lend monev to the ������W����#5 ,n9  fir. Anight, and those who attended ffovornment appar*ntly,does ncit intend  received some valuable pointers. lo Put out anv of ils own monev ,or  Prof. McLean is recognised aa me ol the P1^1"1 ��' ^e. irrigationists,  the leading live sloe* aiiihoruiss 0' although doubtless its legislation will  the rontinent. He oame from New ���*" h 9ulhority tor that purpose if  England to take the ptofessorei,:,, ol !n any particular instance a company  animal' husoandry at the College M " not able to borrow trom the 'bftnk'  Agriculture at the B. 0. University, ***& th�� ��^M? **- B<*, be  aS hi. remaraa are always replete able to borrow more than .a-tew thou.  with practical live start, sdoas snrt ^dollars from the banlr*,.ajtf-that  suggestions. Dr. luught is the .hW butJor ^Po���? repairs.^  provincial veterinary inspect jr, and he ehe  South Okanagan Member  Gets Busy at Coast  Our new member for the district, Mr.  J. W. Jones, M. L. A., is already giving evidence, lhat he has not gone  down to the coast merely to enjoy a  good time along with the rest of our  British Columbia legislators. Mr.  Jones is nothing if not energetic, and  according to accounts whioh reach us  through the coast papers, ha is already getting on to the trail of sonsl  of the obstacles io South Okanagan's  progress.  In an endeavor to get Vancouverites  a little closer to the interior orchards,  says a recent issue of the Province,  the South Okanagan member has just  interviewed the "Dominion Express  ofiicialswith a view of obtaining a  cheaper express rate vsr the Kettle  Valley Railway and ihe 0. P. R. from  Okanagan Lake points to Vanoouver.  At the present time the same express  rate to the coast from Penticton or  Kelowna holds good on either the K.  V. R. or 0. P. R. Sicamous route, although via the K. V. R. from one to  two hundred miles is lopped olf tke  distance.  On acoount (,( the shorter tuol by  way of Penticton nnd tb.i # irsqucnl  saving in time, he South Irkai-.gun  member argucn thnt if a lower o*rreSB  rate were given by tlu erp.'Sss com  pany that way a good deal more Kelowna and other Southern Okanagan  fruit would be expressed into Vancouver as it would have a better chance  of competing with Washington fruit  sent in over night trom Seattle.  In addition to taking up the RUit'sr  of reduced express rates on fruit via  the K. V. R.��� Mr. Jones also uracil  the appointment of an express ngsnt  at Naramata, with the result thai t'le  company has practically agreed to  give favorable consideration to lhe re  quest.  With the Dominion postal authoritn"  in Vianoouver V(v. Jones has urued tho  extension of the Kelowui rural mail  delivery to oovcr the Nortn Kelowna  and Woods Lake disorict. lie stales  that the post office at Vancouver has  agreed to recommend the exteniioa t >  Ottawa.   fruit from America and   Eastern  had muoh oi interest to say euout ;the Canadawnioh had been goiag to hnu-  core and treatment of stork in health land would be offered on the proiries,  alii disease.    I it   would., thus   be seen that it B. '.,  In ths afternoon Mr. A.. C WiauoU, was to hold the market she had gaiu-  dairy instructor with the [.rovincial ed there, a very vigorous roller/ 01  department oi agricaltire, and 1 ne oi advertising would have to bo followed,  the best known dairymen in the prov- x,ast year ths province'spent <o,0l0  ince, gave an interesting talk in in advertising its fruit. Kl.biiU of this  dairying matters, lie laid etptrinl was oontriuuted by the.nhvpini at trie  stress upon the nesd si fo, Jiing 1 cow rate of one doJar per car, and tne  testing association 10 the district for balance by the B..(.'. governni>iat nnd  the. purpose of improving the milk- a special grant of 11,000 from uie  producing efficenoy of dairy herds aud Dominion.  weeding out oi unprofitable "board- This year i was desired to raise  era." Greater, oare in the handling of $10,000, and growers: were'to be asked  cream was also advooatad, so that a to contribute through the -oippers nt  high standard of butter might te the rate of one sent a Lox, oi enly  maintained. Speaking of the dairy one-fortieth of a cent a pound,  industry in Denmark, Mr. Wiauoko was a trilling sum compared with the  mentioned that a farmer in that benefits to be received from such a  country who brought in a poor   quel- campaign.  ity oi oream to the creamery w is held It was apparent that Mr. JUvTiigijatt  in disgrace by bis neighbors. He wus-had produced a deep impresriion upon  pleased to note, the success whioh lad the growers present, for af tr the no-  attended the establishment of .1 cream dress a meeting was (">H aim tlie fol-  ery in Kelowna, and believed that lowing resolution endorse!: ' That wc  conditions in tbs district were liiis'luy endorse the idea of continuing ana ont  The British" Columbia' 'legislature  opened on Thursday last with, tbe usual ceremonies, after being postpone!  The 'or several days owing'to the death ol  the II,on. Ralph Smith, to whom sympathetic reference was made by valines  spsakers.  " The address troSi the throne, tko reply to wbioh was moved by Mr. 11. f,  Lane, of"'' Victoria, ss the youngest  member of the House,''gave'little h  dioation of the legislation which is to  be brought up - during the if* don.  There are, . it is stated, some thirty  bills now in course-of: prepare, ti in,  some well advanced and others as vet  hardly ready for drafting. The law  officers-' of the government are busy  whipping . the -various measures into  shape.  W. J. BowSegM^I,, A'y wAH.lud tie  opposition forces. At a oaosus of tin,  Conservative .members Mr. Bowser ��ai  unanimously selected, to fill the potation, t. W. Shatford, of SirniHtumce'i  was selected* lis ohal'irmnu of thu caucua  James* B. Scndineldr<)l*iriiil was appointed party whip,-and J. W.   Jones,  Spnthi Okanagany lo^��w. we'P-  Ne indication, has. yet.sieen given as  to the attitude of tho^ govern moat *���>  wards tho PruhSation,V'jt.% nor rs to  the course it intends .to. :nc3uy  Amongst the more important nieas  ures will be the-Civil Servise Bill,' u  new Elootions' 'Act,' and * h - complete '  revision of the- Land Aot.- - *  There will bo loo, a" change in tho  ^���etem'af roacf.'supervision. The old  method of appointing ro. il supixui-  tendenta foi- various distriot* will be  eliminated. The province will lie dry-.  jded into a number-of districts, over  each of which will be placed a qualified civil engineer, who. will bave_under  his direction rand frtremon.  favorable to the budding up oi a profitable dairy industry.  Mr.    J. R. Terry, chief poultry *ip-  tending the B. C. fruitgrowers' net er  tising campaign for B. 0. fruit, aid  to make this possible wo approv 0 the  struotor, and an energetic "chicken contribution of one cent ner box on all  man," gave a short talk on this mi. ��� small fruits, apples, ersbspand peaSs,  jeot, and Dr. Knight supplemented his and io per box on ail s.'it iruil* irar-  remarks of ths morning with a   mors keted in .Western i'a��.li. * \  ' '  detailed aocount of ths common stocn ;   Tha    probable    effect of th* Br��tish:|  ailments. embargo   was also discussed, and the  In the evening Mr. Terry, by special following resolution was passed: "That  gave a more extended lecture on pou< this meeting of growers having dis1  try keeping, and the little wrinkles Ob cussed th*-serious situation whioh hair  incubation and bsooding which make arisen owing to the. embargo placed  th* difference between SHOWS* and fail- by the Old Country on ihe inipoVtSt--  ure. '; tion ol apples it ia resolved that' the  On Wednesday oltemoon Prof. Mo British Columbia Fruit Grawara' Asso-  Lean dealt with soma oi th* economic ciation executive be asked fortV.v<th'  aspects af live stock raising, while Mr. to take active steps' to' ssotttara if iu  W. K. McTaggart, whose valuable all government and other quarters  work last year as prairie markets what can bo done to alleviate th* sit-  commissioner is well-known, gavo uution, and il necessary to call moot  an instructive address on this very inge of tho growers throughout ..the  necessary and of th* fruit business. fruit-growing districts of B. 0.' to'fur-  Mr. MoTsggart pointed out the need ther ��o"tslder th* question." : '-  for the vigorous advertising oempaign! In tb8 evening Mr. A. MoMean, of  which is being projeoted by the B. C. tb�� Dominion Seed Branch, spoke b'  Fruitgrowers' Association, moro es- the production ol root and vegetable^  pecially in view of the embargp whut **>&>' 'or "hioh the  governmeot     Isj'jMan   pn  meeting in the city to recommend  appointees for government positions. Mr. J. H. Campbell, president of the Westbank Assn., and  M, A. Nicol, jhr��� secretary, were in  attendance. Mr. D. E. Gellatly represented the Gellatly district.  it is, proposed to place oh fruit fro.n seeking the cooperation of farmers   at  America to Great Britain. tbe present time.   Mr. Ben Hoy leotur  La*t y*ar a total ol 5,400,000 holes '-*d on the control of'Fire Blight -iana'|  of apples went from the United States othor orchard pests, and Prol. V.'  to Great Britain, and Irom Canada .Clement, whq is in oharge of the'nof'  3,600,000 boxes, and il fruit shipments ticullursl branch of the Agricultural  were stopped, this ������� million boxes College of the B. O.^tijiiveraity, gave^  would have to be marketed eliewheie a timely aoMtlsBf oi orohard manage  The prairie provinces were the natural ment. ....'.  market lor B. C. fruit. Last year tho Similar meetings were held TueedaV  tots! prairie consumption was 1,143, at Rutland and .Glenmore. .At Hut-]  600 boxes, ol which British Cjlnmbbs land the speakers included Mr. " S"  contributed 648,800, or ovar two Hogan, soil and crop instructor' for  thirds ol th* total 000,000 boxes p<>- ths provinoe, who particularly ampha  chMrSd in Un orovlno*,   it mm*     cf shed ths importance ol good SNA.  Moreijitler^lM front  ���Friends^ of Ssrgt: ian Maclla��lribrm-  erly. police constable :in. Kelowna, and  now with the -Canadian forces in  Franpe, who have, been repeatedly  worried by rumors !8! his death, will  be glad 0 learn that *a tettnjr has ibeen  received from him and' that Tie Tsralive  and well, or aT..any ra.>3, nearly veil,  for he itr just recovejfltgr-ifrom a four  months' afray in bj)i|lrta^gghither h��-  TlugfWj,^ Ho  exgects, however, BT.be ba��'��; in the  Bile iny day now. trBi two brothers  have not been sxTfortunate, for Pete,  also well-known . in .I^elownsi is in  .^nghvoVl, minus'his Iert arm, whdp his  IeldosV brother Has 'died' of' jrjounds. In  spile of these misfortunes jBergL Mac  Rae shows tbe Highland blood that is  n" him by his declarai'on oj "never  give in!" '      '       .^   .,'.',.���,  Dan. McMillan' also writes from  France,' having volunteered ior 1, ie-  cent -draft for. the front. Ho is-.in tiie  best'of'heartn and spirits, and look  ftfji-'lorward' to a/ohance.a,^. fr.itz."  I'wno, he says, is not so nnx'tnus ( to  most them, as he was.  :a'4f  1 ln> Mexico there is* a "fSftfoot  bridge.over a.��i verth'at it cbtiipos-  ed entirely; of mahogany, Trortrt, at  the present price ot wood, rrlrtiost  $2,000,000. "*���.�������������  Ah English fartri is devoted . exclusively to raising butterflies,' of  which more than 30,000 are sold  a'hn'uallv. ,  , \  :��� Kaiser- William has' issued'a proclamation to the' German 'Eriipire  anriouncintt that; the railway systems, are ndls/ under nrilitety control. ���;, * \y' -;     1  The government has:now, under  consideration the daylight-saving  ..irposed .by  Victoria,City  Authorities who want the clocks of  the province set ahead, onjsi hour  Jfrom March   l'4th.  to ,Sep'temfcer  p5fh'tach' year.    No dicisipri^Jias  been reached by the  government.  A young engineefWnti' atchifect  ef Pittsburg, has inventesi' a ^ire-  Jets device that may be' used to  destroy submarines by causing: an  explosion of g��e*eS?that are alleys  present in submarines.' For'S'eiver-  al years the inventor Vyas connected with the United States Corps of  Engineers. ��� mm  TWO  III  KBLOWNA  ftSCOBD  THURSDAY, MARCH 8th, 1917.  ��� I'.iiisimni.ssi   *���    raOWSS^ONAL AND  *���       BXJSINSSS CARDS  SiSiajn.ia.us irsli* l III I is  BURNE & WEDDELL  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  E. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne  IBLOVNA, B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public  KELOWNA.  B.C  PIANOFORTE  MR, HMOLD  TOP   BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes snd wi...  receive ptfplls is before In his studio-  Tt.nch Block, Kelown..  P.O. hex 374  JOHN CURTS  COWTtACTpR t BUILDER  Pnvns and Specifications Prepared  and estimate* given (or public Build-  tngs.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  F..W. GftOVES  (. ���    M. Cf*.&it;.C.,��.  Consulting Clell and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Survw. and Reports nn Irrif.'-itm Work.  Applications lor Water Licenses  KtlLOWNA. B.C.  Nn. MJmfl$t A. PEDLAR  ,.  M��,".w.  Give, lessons in  Voice Production & Singing  100, Orshsm  Street,   Kelotcna, N.  CLffFORD G, BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life. Acsidenl, Sickoaaa, Fir*. Automobile,  Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee  SpecioiUina in Insurance, therefore service  to th. Assured  Phones217 ec 216 Boom 1, Ucltte Bid  J.A.BI&GER  tsVtUXiX AND CdNTRACTOR  Estimates Furnish.d far ell classes  of Work  IVWWy*rVWVy>lVVyV>aiV^W,��'>lr��W*<fVVV  Furniture, Door*  and aSash  REPAIR  WORK AND JOBBING   \  Sawa Filed and Set, Skates  Hollow Ground  9. lit SIMPSON  On. door sotith Fireh.ll. Phone 312  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  BBGULATIONS  C��al aia** right* ol U  in Ms��tooa, Bajkatdaswa* and Alta*.  tt, ths Yukon Territory, tt* North-  waist T��rritort��s, s*d in �� portion al  th* Previa** ol British Colussbia, m*f  hs less** Ur a tern ot freaiy-we  year* at an annual rental of $1 aa  acne. Not Dior* than 3,800  will be leased to ok* applicant.  Applicatioas for the teas, must hs  resale by th* applicant in person to  th* Agent or Sub-A|*at ol to. disirktl  in.which ths rights applied for ar*  situate*.  In survsyssl territory, ths lsnd i  be rMBrito) by sections, or legal subdivision* of seotioas, and in nnsurvay-  ���d   Urritcry    th.    tract applied   Ion  bs' slsL��l out by th. .ppUsoM,  Eaeh   applieatioa   must   b*  panisd by a fee *i IS whioh Will    be  refunded  if the right  applied to�� at*  not available, bnt.  aot ulhaMsM.  A.  reyalty *.ll ti, paid on th. nsrohi  able, output ot tk* tnln* ��t the raUot  Ta* pirtoa opwating th* miae AaU  famish th. Sfsat with .worn mm.  accountfsrg, for th* full quantity el  rierehaaWbU oo*l mined and pay th*  royalty (hereon. If the seal  rights ar* not being operate.,, sMfe ,  returas shall he furnished at least *sar�� ,. Hi  ��� y��*r.  11a leas, will iacluee th. cfaal nht-  iag rights only, hut th*   IsMJm,  be   permitted to   purchase   whs;  available surface rights ia.y bs , SS��  aider*! 'ecessary for th. ��**���*   *s  th. mike at tltj rate ol *M> 'a* ,er��.  For full inionhetion appli****  should be rn'ade to tke .setetery of  3s tt&rittht of tnetnieiior, 0>  t.WW> ;io 'th. AgAt ot ShtvAasin,,  of Dortrelo* ISO*. j     ...   ���  V.'ir. C0BT.��  Deputy Minister of tbe Interior.  N. B. -Unauthorized pubtkr*��j*�� of  this eslvortiseawnt wUI not be nsltj It*.  KELOMNJt RECORD   \tm>. -dt^.-is    iVi-. ..<*  r9BHm   m**MWf   m\W*W*MmW*'  H   KsawWaaB.  job* liahlct  mtrn *ssi fmsMm  VMs*  suDscitirnoN rates  All tnbacthrtto��� mnbU \* advuw,  flubBcrlbem   al   the neater ra*��   on h*v  vxtvm MD��n tafrlfed to Unit m\ * dlstaao*  ���i HALF RATE, l.t,, 76 oents wr rmr.  Thit iimcU) orivlltn   !���   ftuM  to*   ttw  DorpoM of advsrtiilrur th* ctltv <Utd dlitrlct.  ADVERTISING BATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL qAHDS.  ETC., '.A not. oer column Inoh Mr mmtk.  UND AND TIMBER NOTICES-30 davt. |Rr  60 dan 17.  WATHfc NOTICES-SJ lor Kv�� iMtrtiww.  LEGAL ADVEBTISING-Fln.   Imrtloi.   l��  centB Dtr  lit*: wch  iDbMqutiit tttttrlion   *  onto mr line.  OLASRHTtKll ADVERTISEMENTS -2 otnt*  Mr word, lint ioMrtlon, 1 toil i��r word  Mtih iubnatiBnt iMiritoa.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS-Two iaohu  ���nd oodvr. lO.cmta xm inok ttnt insertion  ovir two inches 40 cents per inch Hrst In-  ttrtioa: 20 otDtl Mr inch Mch aabMuutat  InstrtioD.  All okftDtM in conUtut *4vkVtiMu��ntt must  M in the hands of the winter by Tuesda*  ���vsninir to   sunn   publication   la   tbt   utit  School Report anil Honor  for February  Present  Enrolment  every eeesion  Petc��Qlage  I.  49  23  96.52  11.  37  24  91.00  k  42  27  95.73  39  23  92.63  V.  40  29  95.99  VI.  32  19  93.28  VJI.  34  14  88.58  I  35  18  89.57  36  21  90.14  X.  35  19  90.57  Total Enrolment 359.  Number present every session 217.  Average percentage 92.40.  Th. Nelaon Shield is awarded to Division V.���Miss Psge's. The entrsnee class  will not compete for the shield during  this term.  The following pupils have donated books to the library: Beth  Davis. Theodore Neish, Ronald  Todd, Jeannie Black.  Division I���  . Hazel Wil  .Hors/M  lliams  , 3. Nel|ie Jones.  Honourable mention ��� Charles  Gaddes, Willjam Thomlinson, Gilbert Clarke, Hugh Brunette.  ���vision 2���  1. Bessie Haug  2. Theodore Neish  3. Donald Balsillie.  HonourabTe mention ��� Ronald  Todd, Jack Parkinson, Dorothy  Grahm, Nellie Whitehead, Mary  Ritchie, Winnie Longley.  Division 3���  1. Dorothy Morrison  2. Ralph Ball I   even  HughMcK��ntleS even  3. Earl Wilson  Honourable      mention ��� John  Krimmer, Mirihie Curt*, Gettrge  Oliver, Willie Sanders, Winifred  Atidrews,   Catharine   McQuarrie.  Division 4���  1. Charlie Richards  2. Margaret Fumerton  3. Winnifred Dibb  Honourable     mention ��� Ruth  Rowcliffe, John Aitkcn, Bertie  Adams, Wallace) Meikle.  division 5.   Section A.  1. Maude Kincaid  2. Elwyn Williams  i,   3. Bertha Thompson   .  Honourable      mention ��� Lily  Hoarc, Mabla Graham, Kathleen  Campbell,   Margaret  Sutherland.  Division 5.   Section B.  1. Florence Ryder  2. Fences Bay lis  . 3. Frances Treadgold  Honourable mention. ��� Jack  Butler. Thelma Dillon, Douglas  Buckland, Ellis Todd.  division 6. Senior Second Reader.  nes Marty  Powick  cca Frost  rable mention ��� Harold  tain,  Annie   Curts, May  ussell     Williams,  Alice  femeht, Leslie Adams.  Division 7.'Junior Second Reader.  2. William knowlei  . 3. Erna Knippel  onourabfe     mention ��� Dora  Wfi. Frstik 'Ptittlittton,, Robert  Ichie, Margaret Gore, 'Dorothy  TKonias, Daisy Birch.  Division 7. Senior Second Reader.  1. Roy Duggan  2. Jean Rowcliffe  3. Irene Cooper.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  ~t��� MCPAMD*  Kelowna Troop  Troop First; Self Last  Edited by Pioneer.    Mar. 6, 1917  Orders by command for week  ending 17th of March, 1917.  DUTIES: Orderly Patrol for  week, Wolves; next for duty,  Eagles.  PARADES: There will be the  usual Patrol meetings duiing the  week at the call of the Leaders.  Patrol leaders and seconds will  parade at the club-room on Wednesday the 14th of March at  7.15 pm.  The Troop is suffering a loss it  can ill afford on Saturday of this  week when Scoutmaster Keown together with Mrs. Keown is leaving  Kelowna for Vancouver. Mr.  Keown is enlisting with lhe  Engineers for active service and  our sincere wish is that the ordinary course o( his training will not  permit him to reach the front before peace is declared in order that  he may be back with us again.  At a little dinner of the leaders and  seconds on Saturday night last Mr,  Keown was presented' With a  Thanks Radge which he haB earned so well, And which will be his  talisman 'to bring him luck in all  places of danger in which he may  find himself. EVer since coming  to Kelowna he has actively identified himself with the local troop  Snd his eager keen enthusiasm for  stouts and all things Scouting lias  been a stimulant to us all. It is  h'ard to imagine how we are going  to be able get on Without him, but  it is up to Us to carrv on, in the  best way we can, so that when he  returns tb us he will find a troop  of active scouts welcoming him  back to his empty place in the  councils of Kelowna First.  We are indeed glad that four  members of our troop, Troop  Leader DuMoulin, Patrol Leader  Godfrey Groves, Second Leonard  DuMoulin and Scout Jack Groves,  were able to rescue Holland  Burne from a very perilous position on Friday last. Mr. Burne  was. skating on the lake opposite  Mr. Stirling's boat-house when the  ice broke from underneath him  and he was in the water up to his  neck. The water was very deep  there as it was along way out, and  the water at, this time of the year  is not exactly like a hot bath. In  addition he was encumbered with  a long heavy, overcoat, but very  fortunately had his hockey stick in  his hands when he went in. Burne  was unable to get out as the ice  kept breaking with his weight  every time he tried, so he just supported himself with his stick held  out at arms length in front of him  on the ice.,  The ice was very thin and unsafe all around and it was a very  serious situation. Some of the boys  got a boat from'the shore, but as  soon as it struck'the thin ice the  bow jambed in it.and although they  tried to break the ice and paddle  atthe same time, navigation was  very slow and difficult.    Another  Honourable mention ��� Murray  McKenzie, Agnee Thomlinson,  Gordon Haug) Elfriede Knippel  Helen Campbell, Lyle McKinlev.  Division 6. First Reader  1. James Dunn  2. Alfred Alsgard  3. Eleanor Palmer  Honourable mention ��� Alma  Cooper, -lean Morrison, Bessie  Hawes, Meneen Dixin, Lillian  Marshall.  Division 8. Second Primer  1. Alan MacGibbon  2. Iwafnatsu Gamaoka  3. Jo* Elder  Honourable mention ��� Margaret'Cosbett, Audrey Oliver, Martin  Akeroyd.  Division 9. First Primer Section A.  McMaster  ...��.__jirie Poole  Honourable mention.  ��� Betty  Irichton,   Lloyd     Williams,   Eva  ackwood.  Division 9. Section B.  I. Eric Cawfliorne  2.;AbeTGaghon  3. Gordon Cooper  Honourable mention ��� Robert  Dick,   Peter   Avender,   Nicholas  Krih.msr.  Division 10. Receiving Class  1. Flora Sewell  2. Muriel Jenkins  3. Ivan Murray,  1. Jessie Dv  2. Grace Mi  3. Madeline  boy ran for a ladder somwhere  but the tout above named skated  to the boat-house and were able  to cut a rope from Mr. Stirling's  yacht there. With this n pe they  skated away round on the thicker  ice to where Burne was, bu* they  could not reach him over the thin  ice by throwing the rope, so they  tied it to a hockey stick one ot  them had, and with each one holding the rope, they got down on the  ice flat On theit bodies in single  file, the one behind holding the  feet of the one in front, and slid  ing over the ice in this manner  Second DuMoulin was able to get  near enongh to Burne to l*t him  grab the rope. They were then  very fortunately able to haul him  out without any further duckings,  After a little stimulate to take away  the effect of the icy water, (as he  had been in it about ten minutes  sltogether), Burne was as well as  ever and everything ended well,  for which we are all very thankful.  It waa very good work on the  part of our scouts and we congratulate them most sincerely on the  splendid way in which thev used  their opportunity. Particulars of  of the rescue have been forwarded  to Headquarters and all that we  can say now is that we shall hear  more of it.  The new rules relating to Tenderfoots and Second Class scouts  which were recently applied to  this Troop have now been applied  to every Troop in the province,  and are supplementary to the  Policy, Organization and Rules for  Canada. They also include rules  relating to the First Class Tests,  and we shall begin publishing  them next week. In the meantime  they are on the notice board at the  club-room and you can also obtain  full particulars from your leader.  The British gunboat Firefly,  which was lost at the time of the  retreat from Ctesiphon, hss been  recaptured. One Turkish ship has  been taken and one destroyed.  Seed  Good seed corn is very  scarce this year. We have the  only large quantity of B.C.  grown NORTH WEST DENT  CORN, from specially selected seed. Local growers of  ensilage corn should order  now before outside districts  secure all our seed.  Winners of First Prizes Provincial Seed  Fair Armstrong District Com competition  ALSO  Sunnybrook  Earliana Tomatoes  Specially selected hand cleaned seed  Pitrsnip Onion  Strawberry Plants  Raspberry   Canes  Bankhead Orchard  Company, Ltd.  MOTOR 0)., LTD.  CWer new management  We are now in shape to  handle your repairing, and  our work will stand the  closest inspection. Ask  those who have tried it.  Cbme in and talk over  your winter overhauling.  We specialize in Electrical troubles. Don't leave  your starting-systems to  take _ care of themselves  this time of year, as a battery in a partlv discharged  condition will freeze vury  easily. We tell you in a  few minutes if they are  safe.  Our card system leaves  little chance of mistakes or  over charges.  A few good bargains  in used cars.  OF course you want a new HAT; you cannot  afford not to have one. To succeed you must  appear well. Stacks of new Spring Hats (the  " Nobby " styles) have come in. You come in and  see them. You'll find the one to " (it your face"; the  price will fit your pocketbook, too. We have Hats  for the head of the family and down to the little tots.  Children's Corded and Plain Velveteen Hats, colors brown  grey and blue.   Priced from 85c up to $1.75  These styles are just correct for eaily Spring wear  Furnishings For All  the Family  TRY our Underwear and Hosiery, it will fit wall,  feel well and stand the wear.   We sell the  " away up " quality, the Price is what we keep down.  We have a Special for you this week in small-  sized Children's Cashmere Hose    -   25c pr.  Children's fleeced Hose, in all sizes -    25c  Misses' ��� ��� ���          30c  Ladies' ��� ��� ���   35c  New Spring Underwear for Ladies, Misses and Children  in a splendid range of materials, in light and medium  weights.   Prices most reasonable.  Ladies' Silk Sweater Coata in Copenhagen, rose, white  and assorted stripes.   Priced at    $11.75  New Braids and Fancy Trimming Buttons in a very nice  J   assortment.  Stylish new Check Dress Materials, in 40-inch width, in  assorted colors, at  $1 and $1.25 yd.  Ladies' Moire Underskirts, in a range of colors, for.. $3.75  Ladies'Black Poplin Skirts for  $3.50  Ladies' White and Tan Wash Skirts, neatly made  up, at : $1.50 and $1.75  For the convenience of our Dry Goods customers  we have installed a telephone, No. 58  Call us up when there is anything you wish to know  about in this department  Grocery Department I  SPRING Housecleaning time, will soon be here  We are well stocked with all kinds of Cleansers  Gold Dust, Pearline, Old Dutch, R. C. Washing  Powder, Bon Ami, Sapolio, 6tc, and all kinds of the  best Washing Soaps, Brooms, Brushes and Whisks,  at Close Cash Prices.  ��������  Choice Okanagan Tomatoes  2 tins fot 35c  Qusker Brand Pumpkin      2 tins for 25c  2-lb. Glass Jars of pure Strawberry Jam for  ... i  35c  4-lb. tins of Wagstatfe's Mincemeat for  65c  20-ounce bottles of Melon Mango Pickles for  35c  l-lb. glasses Lemon Jelly  2 for 35c  Garden Seeds  A good time is RIGHT NOW to make your selection  when all varieties are in stock.  A GOOD BUY���40-inch Cotton, in light weight, also  8-4 sheeting for your hotbed or cold frame at the preseet  prices.  J. F. FUMERTON & CO. |  THE CASH STORE        " It Pays to pay Cash "  Regular Delivery Hours:  Morning-9.30 and 11       Afternoon-3 and 5  l.iranilr.iiiisi THUBSDAY, MARCH 8th, 1917.  KBLOWHA   IJKMtt  FAQS THME  <#^/^  AfenJ .Sm'fe, Shirts and  Coats for Spring  THE spirit of Spring is in the air, and thoughts turn  to garments of lighter weight. We have now in  stock a good selection of the latest styles in Suits, Skirts  and Coats. We would like to show you these new garments which will meet with instant approval, nor are the  prices unreasonable.  OYAL  WORCESTER  ^CORSETS���  Critical Corset Buyers'will Appreciate  Our New Models  ROYAL Worcester Corset, as illustrated, which is very suitable  tor young ladies from 13 to 18 years  or Women's Riding Corset, being a  short and very flexible garment.  Made in White Coutil .....$1.75  Another model in White Coutil has  long skirt and back���a pleasing style  finished with four suspenders. A  wonderful corset at the price   $1.95  Phone 361  Kelowna  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right.       Delivery prompt.      Satisfaction guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES - ��� Mu.ging-Dir.ctor  COAL  COAL  Pennsylvania Hard, $17.50       Taber Smokeless, $11.00  Princeton Lump $8.00 Princeton Nut $7.00  TERMS CASH  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  >  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  1  Mr*. R. F. Morrison left Tuesday on a visit to the coast.  A memorial service for the men  of the congregation who have fallen in the war, will be held at St.  Michael and All Angels' church,  on Sunday morning next, Maich  I Ith, beginning at 11 o'clock.  The lake presented Kelowna  skaters with one of the finest sheets  of ice we have seen for many years  last week-end. It was very thin,  however, and our Boy Scout column contains details of what  might have been a fatal accident  but for the prompt action of those  around.  At a meeting of the Kelowna  branch of the United Farmers of  B.C., held last Saturday, it was resolved that the standard of wages  for this year should be: White  day laborers, a maximum of 22Jc  per hour ; teamsters $40 to $43  per month and board ; and Oriental labor $40 to $45 per month,  without board.  The children's entertainment at  the public school was repeated  Thursday evening last, this time  for the benefit of the Red Cross.  The popularity of the entertainment waa shown by the large attendance, probably even larger  than the original performance. A  sum of $56.85 was handed oyer to  the Red Cross funds after deducting $6.50 for expenses.  The Okanagan Ambulance League financial statement for February shows cash receipts to the  amount of $108.25, added to the  balance from January of $116.41,  making a total of $224.66; expenses for the month were $108.55,  leaving a balance in hand of $ 116.  The following have been sent to  headquarters: 127 pairs sox, 31  suits pyjamas: 20 day shirts, 20  ties, 18 vermin suits, 4 hotwater  covers, 2 scrap books, I scarf, I  bundle odd bandages, 4 pairs bed  sox. The ladies thank Mrs. Draper  for 12 pairs sox and Mrs. Coventry  for 3 pairs; also the Mission branch  for 5 pairs of sox and 4 pairs bed  sox. A 'special request is made  this month for financial assistance,  as it will be a heavy one for expenses.  Miss Buchanan invites the ladies  of Kelowna and district to her  millinery parlour on Friday and  Saturday, the 16th and 17th, to in  spect her stock of trimmed and  untrimmed hats. The smartest  things in the trade are to be found  here this season.  When the Children  Grow Up  one of your most prized  possessions will be the  Photographs you had of  them in their young days  Don't Neglect This  McEWAN  Pkotofraphtr  Rowcliffe Block     ���     Kelowna  SPRAY TALK  BY  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  PHONES 29 and 37  ORDER NOW-  Lime-Sulphur, Per Gal., 22c  Manufactured by us in Kelowna from the best of materials and guaranteed I  Black Leaf Forty Arsenate of Lead Blue Stone Paris Green  Soluble Sulphur Whale Oil Soap Quassia Chips  Wanted, Empty Spray Barrels, in good condition  d  Mr. J. Richards was a passenger  to Vernon yesterday.  Mr. J. E. Reekie was in town  over the weekend from the coast,  leaving Monday morning.  Service will be held at St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission, Sunday  next, at 3 p.m.  The monthly meeting of the  Country Girls' Hospital Aid will  be held at Miss Batchelor'a, Wood-  lawn, on Saturday, March 10th, at  3 o'clock.  At Bradford, England, on February 8th, a daughter was born to  Capt- and Mrs. P. Brooke, formerly of Kelowna. Capt. Brooke has  been for some weeks in hospital  with a painful affection of the eyes.  TheWA, of St. Michael and  All Angels' will hold their annual  meeting on Friday, March 16th.  Corporate communion with address by the rector in the church  at 10.30 a.m. Business meeting  at 2.30 in the parish hall.  Mr. E. W. Wilkinson enlisted  last week in the new overseas  draft of the 2nd C.M.R.'s which is  being raised in Vernon. He is  down this week on a recruiting  trip'with Troopers W. Lupton and  R. H. Perry. It is understood that  only a few men are now lacking  to complete a draft of fifty.  Rutland News  Mr. Goidon Caspell left this  morning for Alberta.  A good programme is being arranged for the eve of St. Patrick,  March 16th, when the banquet to  raise funds for returned blind and  disabled soldiers will be held in  the school, commencing at 8 p.m,  The social and concert held  last week by the Girls' Enterprise  Club came quite up to expectations, and the handsome sum of  between $60 and $70 was raised  The chief item on the programme  waa a playlet entitled ' Not a man  the house," in which Miss Far  ch M>s  of the 1  ris appeared as lady of the house,  with her niece, Miss Joy Fleming,  and the Misses Katie Campbell  and Blanche Ford (maiden ladies  of "the superior" type), whilst  Miss Quinn took the more humble  part of Uie servant, whose ambition  seemed to be to break the iron  rule of discipline and introduce  man into this stronghold of the  weaker sex. A very amusing scene  was witnessed when s mouse, supposedly liberated bv the servant,  presented itself amongst these  dignified custodians of mannerisms  A sketch by Harrv Lauder followed, in which Rita Maxwell took  the part of- a Scotch soldier (dressed to perfection), and Annie Gay  who was introduced to her part  only the night previous, of an English servant.  Songs followed by Miss Farriss  (" Caroline, don't ye hear me calling"), Mrs. Whitaker ("Some,  where in France"), and Miss  Magee (" Nuthin'"). The chair was  occupied during the evening by  the club's president, Miss Zel  Monford. The short programme  was supplemented by a whist  drive after which supper was served.   A candy stall realized $ 17.  Grandmother's  Horehound Drops  ���"PHIS is the weather in which  * to use this good old-fashioned remedy for Coughs and  Colds. Try some and you will  appreciate them���  20 cenU for Half Pond  We also have a fine quality of  the genuine Anise Drops at the  ssme price  P. B. Willits & Co.  REXAU, DRUGGIoTS  Phone 19 Kelowna. aC.  Implements & Wagons  VT^ITH the Spring rapidly opening up, the fanner will  will be taking an inventory of his implements, &c,  with a view to starting th; season properiy outfitted.   We  have the Goods and can make immediate delivery.  John Deere Plows      Oliver Plows     P & O Plows  Spring Tooth Harrows       Leaver Harrows  1 and 2-horse Disc Harrows  Eureka & Planet Junior Garden Seeders & Cultivators  Agents for Cockshutt Plows and Grey  Campbell Vehicles  Let us have a list of anv Repairs you may need early  W. R. GLENN & SON  ' Pendozi Street Phone 150  BWbOoOBQpwUP's^  KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday-A Bluebird production of merit.  . Tuesday-WiU'am S. Hart, in " The Patriot."  Thursday-" The Iron Claw," episode No. 5, &c.  Coming March 21st���"The Battle of the Somme"  Two Shows, 7.30 & 9, Matinee Saturday.   Admission, 20c & 10c  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in'splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  Wanted to Purchase  Old Bicycles & Parts  or will take in trade for New Machines or Accessories  Bring them along to���  J. R. CAMPBELL'S  BICYCLE WORKS  Corner of Abbott Street & Park Ave.     P.O. Box 221, Kelowna  ^st*ii*stl'Sst*it>it*st*t++t,**^^+s^**S*sS*^%r*S*^**JS*il*s**S*t,^^  rfffifo)  ,\M,\VX\\V>\\v\V\\\\\\\XXVVXV\\\V\\\  . fl\ I 't\VvVNXX\V\\VV��XV\V\\NVV\V.\V\ V  7  ���   ���  . ��        N  Men Wanted for the Navy  The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer  Reserves wants men for immediate service Overseas* in  the Imperial Navy &  Candidates mast be Irom 9  18 to 38 ytsrsof s|. and sobs  of natural Bora British  ���ubjsots.  PAY SI.lOp.rd.y snd upwards. Fran  *��� * * *   Separation allowance, $20.00 monthly.  Experienced men Irom 38 to 16, and boyi Irom 15 to 18  an wanted (or tha CANADIAN NAVAL PATROL!  Apply to  Nearest Naval Recruiting Station  or to the  Department of Naval Service, OTTAWA. m*m  PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECOW)  THURSDAY, MARCH 8th, 1917.  ( WANTED! )  WORK WANTED. Man. or man ��nd  wife, experienced in farm work, aeek  situation.   Apply box.S. Record Office.  WANTED.:. rent, burins orchard. Apply with lull particulars in first instsnce,  to Boa Y, Record Office. 7t(  WANTED, to rent, small   cultivated acreage,  with  bearing   orchard  and small  house.   Apply Bos Z, Record Office,  lit!  TO RENT-On west side of lake, 420  acres, fenced, 20 acres in cultivation,  Good irrigation system. Modern six-  roomed dwelling, stsbles, ore. Telephone  connection. Three years' leas., with or  without liv. stock and furniture. Apply  P.O. Box 274, Kelowna, B.C  V  WANTED, to exch.ng. for mixed farm  land in Okanagan, .ne quarter-section,  three miles from town, fair buildings,  good Und, rolling, sis. another quarter,  about 2J milea Irom town, in central  Abort., be.t mixed farming section.  Address C. H. Leathley, Bashaw, Alta  FOR RENT OR SALE-Lota 8 ��nd 9, map  426, situated .bout 3 miles from Kelowna, containing 20 acres, all cleared, fenced and irrigated. Submit offers to N. H.  Cranfield, 2711, Fernwood Road, Victoria, B.C. !4-6p  WANTED, competent Boy, who enn milk.  Apply Cameron, Guiaiachan Ranch.  15-6  HONEY���If you want to be a producer. I  have a nice up-to-date apiary auitable  for one man, with all equipment for extracted or comb honey. Box M, Record  Office. I5-7P  HOUSEKKEPER WANTED, for bachelor  on farm, three miles out. Apply A. W.  Cooke, " Kelowna Field," Benvoulin.  P.O. Box 663. 15-6  WANTED, a   few Pigeons, state   variety  and price.   E Gray, Okanagan Mission.  15-7  NURSERY STOCK. Smell quantity of  first.class apple trees for sale. Thos.  Bulman. 16-9  FO.t SALE, general purpose Horse, coming 7 years old, sound and quiet. Apply  A, Record Office. I6p  FOR SALE, cheap, lady'a and gent's bi  cyclea, in good ccndilion. Seen any time  108. Richter Street. I6p  BALED HAY for aale. Timothy and  mixed. T. W. S. Taylor, Creek Side  Ranch, corner Vernon end Black Mountain rosds. I6lf  FOR SALE, well-equipped 20-acre field  and dairy farm, close to Rutland achool  end store.   Box J, Record Office.    l6-7p  SEED. Southport Yellow Globe Danvers  Onions, grown from selected bulbs; Improved Sunnybrook Earliana Tomato  aeed; alao Paranip, Radish and Danish  Bold head Cabbage.   Tiros. Bulman.  16-9  Ladies   Visaing   to   Order  SP1RELI.A    C0B8ETS  caa assst  MRS. J. H. IIAVIES  �� Saturday    ol weh week, or    aBy  ,a Room No. 1. Oak HaU Iiloek, between the hours ol 3:30 and 5:30 p.m.  Automobile For Hire  O. D. CAMPBELL  Phone 219  J. GALBRAITH  Plumber and Steam Fitter  P.O. Box 81 Kelowna, BC.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Section 24)  In the matter of  an application for  duplicate  Certificate of Title Number  3202D.  i��ueH   to  Clare   II. Duncan,  covering Lot 2, Map 736.  NOTICE ii hereby given that  it  ii my  intention at the expiration  of  one month  from the date-of tha first publication here  of to  isiiie duplicate Certificate  of  Title  covering the above lands to Clara B. Duncan unle�� in the meantime I shall receive  valid objection thereto in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office, Kam-  loops. B.C.. thia 15th day of February, 1917,  C, H. DUNBAR,  M���8p Diatrict Registrar.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds off Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.       *��*\  Advertise your Poultry Wants and  Requirements in this Column  FOR SALE���lncubstor, in good condition,  capacity 120 egga. Also brooder. Apply Mrs. J. T. Graham, Ellis Street.  !5-6p  Eggs for Hatching  From Single-Comb ond Roie-Comb Rhode  Island Reds. Utility and exhibition ste**-.  Two to Five Dollars per setting.  MAGIC HEAD THE  NOBAKINGLABEL  & POWDER  Wilson Landing and  Westside Notes  "  J, M. HARVEY  Box 122, Kelowna.  15.3  Germany attempted to engineer  a plot involving Japan and Mexico  in a conspiracy against the United  States. Full official information of  Germany's intrigue was given at  tin; White House, the state department and in the Senate.  It is stated that agents of the  German Government at a cost of  $20,000, instigated and carefully  engineered all of the food riots  that have occurred in New York  Cily during the past weeks.according 10 information which reached  United States secret service men.  Sn ti list worthy is tlie information  that the powerful machinery of the  service was immediately set in  motion to round-up the men and  women alleged to have been involved in the plot.  Buff Orpingtons and  White Wyandottes  I i;.:s (or hatching from strong, healthy,  vigoious stock, specially selected for  EgX Production and good WINTER layers.  Special pen, $5 per 15  1st pen, $3 per   15;   $7 per 50;  $11   per 100  2nd   and   3rd   pens,   $2   per   15;  $6 per 50; $10 pel  100  A Uv White Wyandotte CVkerels left  $2, $3 and $3 each  A. W. COOKE  (From ear own Corre.noml.ot.I  Mr. R. Denby has returned from  Armstrong, and will be at home  for some weeks longer.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarance and  Arthur are leaving for Okanagan  Mission on Thursday March 8th.  M. Chas. Clarance left Bear  Cteek for Rocanville Sack, on  1 Imrsday last, taking with him the  good wishes of the coumunity.  Mr. M. B. Ellis, our Westside  novelist paid us a visit on Wednesday last, coming down to the  lake and spring, leaving winter  and som" feet of snow on his  ranch up the hill.  Mr. Childers is, we are glad to  hear, progressing favorably, alter  his recent operation, his illness  h.iving prevented him joining his  regiment the Strathcona Horse,  ['he Bear Creek ranch is, we hear  to be rented for the ensuing season.  , Field.  Box 663, Kelowna  K^LOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  il-jilar scheduled service now  in operation as follows:  Le.ivea Kelowna 9 a.m. 3.30 p.m.  ���    Westbank 9.30 a.m ,4 p.m.  EXTRA SERVICE ON  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY  l.eaoes Kelotcna 11 a.m.  l.eaoes Westbanh 11.110 a.m.  TERMS  CASH  L. HAYMAN  A wealthy lady in Grand Rapids, Mich., went  to New York to purchase furniture, believing she  would thus get better designs and fashions.  When the furniture arrived, she found that it  had been manufactured in Grand Rapids, a few  blocks from her home.  Distant fields look green, but if you will refer  to our advertising columns, you will find that you  can supply your wants right here, quite as well as  by sending your money to mail order or other  out-of-town houses. Give your own towns people a chance first, "anyway.  My',::::.  STOCKWELL'S  AUCTIONS  Saturday, March  I Oth, at 1.30  At Auction Warehouse  Saturday, March 17th, at 1.30  At Auction Warehouse  Saturday, March 24th, at 1.30  My Own Household Goods on  Bernard Avenue  Mai th 3rd, I Oth and 17th are open aalea.  You can bring in anything you wish sold,  snd I will sell it.  Wanted���Horses, Cows, Farm Implements, Wagons, Harneaa, ore.  " 1'roduce more in 1917"���Horn M "tin Burrell, Dominion  Minister of Finance.  ROYAL STANDARD  FIELD SEEDS  WE are extendi..;- our already extensive field seed bucineu for 1917. It  is the desire of tlie Cf.natl.nn Government that the people produce  aa much as possible during the ensuing year, and we are arranging  with the leading dealers ti.ro,,nli<iiil British Columbia and Alberta to carry  n complete line of ROYAL SfANDAKO FIELD SEEDS. Thewaeeds are  the choicest it is p issible t secure In the Worl j's Market. Thoy are Gov  eminent Inspected an 1 carefully selected for purity.  Seeds should be purchased envlv as prices inevitably advance aa thi  Season progresses. In all probability the market will be short and it will be  difficult later in tlie year to njake purchases.       _  Order ROYAL STANDARD Field Seeds NOW. If y..ur dealer can.  not supply you wrile us and ';ve will ship to you direct.  WRITE  TODAY   FOR   FULL j INFORMATION   AND  PRICE  LIST  Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  |HOSE WHO, FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVfc FUNDS REQUIRING  INVESTMENT MAY PURCHASE  AT PAR  DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK  IN SUMS OF *SOO OR ANV MULTIPLE) THEREOF.  Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.  Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (frco of exchange tt  any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent vper annum from the date of  purchase. f  Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and accrued Interest,  as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment made ujider any future war loan Issue  in Canada other than an issue of Treasury Bills or other like short date security.  ���   Proceeds' of this stock are for war purposes only.  A commission of. one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and  stock brokers on allotments made In respect of applications for this stock whioh bear their  stamp.  For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finanoe, Ottawa.  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA,  OCTOBER 7th, 1916.  We Want to Sell  You Seeds  ��� t       e e  ALL our Grass Seeds, including Alfalfa, Re"  Clover, Alsike and Timothy, were bought  at a specially good price, and we wish to give you  the benefit of that price. We have a few hundred  pounds of the best Yellow Globe Danver Onion  Seed left, also some Earliana Tomato Seed. A  full line of Feed Seeds, such as Sugar Beet, Mangel, Carrot, &c, will be on hand in a very few  days now.  We want to sell you Seeds right,  You want to buy Seeds right-  Let's get together.  The McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Phone 214  Our motto: "Quality and Service "  turn  Wall Paper  This i3 the time to make your selection. Our  new stock is attractive. Old lines are cleaned  out at very low prices.  WINDOW CURTAINS  AND  DRAPERIES  In these lines we have a very large stock. We  guarantee the price to be better than you can  get elsewhere, and lower than present wholesale prices.  Let u* have the pleasure of showing you our stock  The New Wash Fabrics  ill Interest You!  A   w  vKffif  White Wash Materials-  Piques, Kipps, Middy  Cloth Drill, Indian Head,  (or skirts and middies,  all widths.  Prices 25c and 65c  FANCY awning stripes  Tuuah Silk, 36-inch $1  and Basket Cloth, one yard  wide   30c to 65c  Fancy striped Organdies,  Ginghams and Galateat,  26-inch 25c and 30c  Voiles in Floral Designs, Plain  colors, Checks and Fancy  Stripes, 36-inch 65c Ot 75c  Florida Cloths (or Suits and  Skirts, in old rose, green,  Copenhagen, mauve, sand,  white. Width 36-in.... 65c  Sun- Reaista    Fast    Colors  risida, hlue, cteam and tau  36-inch   35c  Bridal Cloths, Nainsooks,  Madapolan, Cambric (or  Underwear, all widths.  Prices from.. l8cto45r.  Special Underwear Cambrics, width 54-in .. 30c  Thomas Lawson, Ltd.  --

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