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Array tutfii.  ViettHia, B  ,C.  VOL. X.   NO. 22.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY. APRIL 18, I9I8.-4 PAGES  $130 Per Annum  Regular Meeting of  City Council  Patriotic   Fund   Deputation -  Sidewalk Men Seek Increase  _ The city council met Monday  evening in regular meeting, their  first business being to receive a  deputation consisting of Rev. E. D.  Braden and Mr. R. E. Denison, representing the local branch of the  Patriotic Fund,' who stated that  they had been desired by their  executive committee to ascertain  the council's views in reference to  the office of secretarv-treasurer of  the branch. There was a general  opinion that Mr. J. R. Beale had  been appointed to the office by thc  city council, and that the monthly  grant from the city was conditional  upon his occupying the office. The  executive committee duly appreciated the manner in which Mr.  Beale had discharged hia duties as  secretary-treasurer, but at the same  time they felt that it would be in  the beat interests of the Fund if it  were generally known that- they  had a free hand jn_llbe appointment of their secretary-treasurer.  It wm found upon reference to  the minutes of a previous meeting  that the council had confirmed the  appointment of the present secretary at tbe request of the president  of the Fund, but the deputation  was assured that neither the council of 1917 nor the present council  desired to have any voice in the  appointment of the officers of the  Fund.  The deputation then informed  the council that the salary of the  secretary-treasurer was fifty dollars  per month, forty of which were  subscribed by the city and ten by  private indiuiduals for that purpose. It was suggested that the  city increase its grant to fifty dollars per month in order that the  committee might be able to inform  the public that no part of their  subscription* were going towards  payment of salaries.  After considering this request,  however, the council decided that  in view of the many claims which  were at present made upon them  they would be unable to grant  such a concession. They assured  the deputation that the grant of  forty dollars per month would be  continued.  SEEK  WAGE INCREASE  A petition was received from  nine men now engaged upon the  city sidewalks and streets for an  increase in wage from $3 tp $3.50  per day. This was not agreed to  however it being argued that the  city is alrradv paying the maximum  wage in the city for such labor, and  they would not be justified in raising it.  The B.C. Evaporator who stated  their intention to enter the canning  business this year applied for definite permission from the council  to discharge clean 'water into the  lake, as had Jjeen suggested at a  former meeting.  There waa aome discussion over  this point, and an alternative suggestion made that the canning companies might secure permission  from the C.N.R. Co. to discharge  theii clear water into Wittup's  Pond. It was finally left to the  Health Committee to investigate.  The Fire Brigade wrote pointing  out that the new hydrant placed or  Haynes Avenue was not accessible  to the apparatus without some  grading being done. The matter  was referred to the Public Works  Committee.  Mr. W. Haug sent a cheque for  $ 118.28 being the amount of a rebate which he  had  secured from  fCttsUsatai oat Frsta 4.1  Though the war news of the big  German offensive during the past  week has been one disappointment  after another, further alipping back  of the British lines and capture by  the Germans of more and more  territory, it is remarkable that nothing but confidence is expressed  by the Allied leaders as to the ultimate outcome, and scarcely one  word of pessimism has come from  those in a position to know. Wait  aad see, is their significant ad-  sice.  Good Programme for  Six Day Chautauqua  June 5th to I Ith are Dates For  Kelowna Event  Some particulars have just come  to hand regarding the big six day  Chautauqua Festival which is to be  held from Wednesday to Tuesday,  June 5th to I Ith  On the first day your programme  will be opened by the Ionian Ser-  enaders��� four wonderful artists.  They give a varied programme,  are splendid musicians, and play a  number of instruments ; they also  sing well. In the evening they will  give a prelude, but a good share of  the programme will be taken up  by one of the world's greatest entertainers, A Mather Hilburn.  On the aecond afternoon the  well-known violinist, Ferdinand  Fillion, with a noted American  singer, Miss Fern Goltra, will appear, whilst in the evening Whitfield Ray, a member of the Geographical Society of London, a  Canadian by birth, will appear. He  is an author and traveller of great  reputation.  On the third day the Clare  Vaughan Wales Players will give  one of the most attractive evenings  of the week. The play that they  will deliver is entitled "Rejuvenation." In the afternoon tliey will  give a short prelude to be followed  by probably the greatest inspirational lecturer that will appear on  the Chautauquas this summer, Dr.  William Rader.  The fourth day of the programme  will be Music Day���by the Witep-  aki's Orchestra. Thev will give a  prelude in the afternoon and a full  programme at night. Wiss Emily  Waterman, a splendid literary interpreter, will complete the programme in the afternoon. In the  evening Miss Gladys Shaw, prima  donna, of whom so much has been  written'of late in musical papers,  will make two appearances. The  orchestra will accompany her.  The prelude of the fifth afternoon and evening will be given by  Canada'a leading baritone, H. R.  MacDonald. The afternoon will be  what is known as Farmers' Day  Tbe Hon. T- A. Crerar, Dominion  Minister of Agriculture, has arrang-  ged this program, and it will be  definitely announced later. The  evening lecturer will be Captain  W. J. Hindley, who formed so  popular a feature of last year's  Chautauqua.  The last afternoon the Ladies'  Festival Orchestra (not the same  as last year) will give a short pre  lude, followed by one of the biggest lecturers of the last summer's  circuit. The evening will be one  of the great programme* of the  week and the Ladies' Orchestra  will close the Chautauqua with flying colours.  o ���  Speaks on Food Control  At a well-attended meeting last  Thursday evening in the Board of  Trade room, Mrs. Jean Muldrew.  who is touring the west on behalf  of th e Canada Food Board, gave  an address full of information as  to the present food situation, and  of the methods by which food can  be conserved in Canada for the  supplying of the soldier* and let*  favored Allies. The speaker emphasized the great scarcity of  essential articles ot food overseas,  especially in France, and urged  that every effort be made to carry  out the wishes and plans of the  Food Board in the way of saving  and substituting.  Mrs. Muldrew spoke of the difficulties of food control and the task  which had faced the Board in its  efforts to build up this entirely  new organization. Many plans had  been tried and railed, but the new  regulations promised to - be effective especially if the co-operation  of the public could be secured.  Food rationing was impossible  In Canada and a campaign of education was the onlv means of effect  ing their object. Housewives  should use every endeavor to save  such things a* -flour, beef, bacon  and sugar, both by economy and  by substituting other thing*.  Mr*. Muldrew urged the utmost  production of vegetable*, and every  . iece of vacant land possible  should be planted. What could  not be eaten freah should be dried  and preserved for use in winter.  local Choir Oives  Successful Concert  Excellent Programme of Part  Songs and Solos  Great War Veterans'  Reception and Dance  To Provide Funds for Furnishing Club Room  Important Changes in Coining Campaign for  Not only,do the local hospital  and the Red X fundt benefit very  substantially from the concert  which was held Tuesday evening  in Knox Church, but the music loving public were treated to a most  enjoyable evening. The program  with the exception of two or three  solo* and violin selections consisted of choral music, a happy selection indeed of some of the old-time  favourite glees and part songs.  The training of the choir had been  in progress for some weeks under  the direction of Mr. H. Tod Boyd,  in itself a guarantee of real musical  excellence, and the performance  of the choir showed evidence  the greatest skirl and care.  The parts were well balanced  and in spite of the fact that Mr.  Boyd combined the duties of con.  ductor and accompanist, actual  conducting being limited to thi  more critical passages, there was  almost perfect unity of action. Such  apparently simple music as "The  Song of the Pedlar" and "Who Will  O'er the Down* so Free," are in  reality a aevere teat of a choir'*  ability, but they were admirably  rendered.  Mr. Drury Pryce has been so  often praised for his wonderful  ���kill with the violin, that it is possibly superfluous to say more than  that his playing was one of the  features of the evening. Special  mention however should be made  of the piece he had selected for  the second part, which was an original composition by Mr. Tod  Boyd, "A Serenade." Though  ahort the number was most pleasing and effective, and received a  tremendous ovation.  There were three soloists, Mrs.  Hayman, with "Happy Song," a  truly happy and appiopriate contribution which was loudly encored ; Mrs. Trenwith with "Land of  Hope and Glory," and Mrs. Braden  with "When You Come Back." the  latter responding to an encore with  the new popular wartime song, "In  Flanders Fields."  The whole concert was a great  success musically, and it will be  n oted with peasure lhat it is the  intention to repeat next Tuesday  evening, affording those who were  unable to attend an opportunity to  heer what was undoubtedly one of  the best concerts ever given in Kelowna.  After vthe concert through the  kind hospitality, of the ladies of the  church the choir were supplied  with supper in the adjoining schoolroom.  The proceeds from last Tuesday's concert were in the neighborhood of $190 to be divided between the hospital and Red X.  Next Tuesday's concert is for the  joint benefit of the Patriotic Fund  and the local War Veterans' Fund.  The Kelowna Great War Veterans haVe organized a reception  and dance to be held in the Morri-  aon Hall on Thursday next. April  25th, when the B.C. Dance Orchestra of Vernon, are- to attend and  furnish the music.  The Great War Veterans have  formed an association, and desire  to furnish a club room and dormitory in Kelowna on a permanent  basis.' ' Already a number of men  have returned, some, of course, to  their homes, but others who are  foot-loose require to rest up, and  accommodation is necessary. A  of j start must be made now, and as  the association grows, as it will, to  hundreds, and visiting members  from associations in other towns  drop in, larger provision will be  necessary.  The occasion is unique, and  there is no doubt that residents of  Kelowna and district will recognize  the opportunity afforded and show  in no half-hearted manner what  they feel towards those who have  done their bit and received honorable discharge as now unfit to serve  us further.  Contributions of food suitable  for the supper will be gladly received if you will communicate with  the organizing secretary, Mr. H. G.  M. Wilson, at his office next door  to the Post Office. Tickets 75 cents  each, including supper, may also  be obtained from him or at Crawford's store. Mesdames J. C. Richards and R. W. Butler have kindly  undertaken the arrangements for  supper.  Rutland News  A very interesting Red Cross  meeting of the Women's Institute  was held on April I Ith in the  schoolhouse. After the regular  business was finished, a short musical programme was given: Miss  Edna Magee, Miss Amy Fleming  and Mrs. E. Mugford rendered  vocal solos, and Mrs. B. Pelch  played pianoforte selections; Miss  L. Craig gave a reading on Red  Cross work in France. Mesdames  Leithead and Fleming served af.  ternoon tea for the benefit of our  Red Cross Material Fund, the sum  of $5 being raised. A collection  was also taken up for Rutland's  adopted prisoner of war (Duncan  Stewart), which amounted to $6.85.  Lance-corp. W. Gay who has  been home on a short furlough, returned to Vancouver Monday.  Mrs. Gsy accompanied him as far  Vernon where she will spend a  week visiting Mrs. Vance at the  Methodist parsonage.  The Presbyterians gave a social  last Friday evening to say farewell  to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johnston  An unfortunate mishap occurred  at the close of the evening when,  upon leaving the church, Mr*. Fitzpatrick slipped down the steps  and sustained a slight injury to her  spine.  Still another fruit packing and  shipping firm is to enter the field  this season in Kelowna,' a new  warehouse building having just  been commenced near the car track  for the uae of Harvey, Duggan, 6c  Davies. Last year the firm disposed of several carloads of produce,  and the fact that they have been  approached from many quarters  by bo'h buyers and growers has  encouraged them to take the present step.  School Curriculum  Result of  Recent  Conference  of Educationists  ���  Hon. J. D. MacLean, minister of  education, announced Tuesday, at  Victoria, that the changes in the  high school curriculum foreshadowed by the recommendations of the  recent conference of educationalists will be brought into effect by  regulation immediately and will  apply at the commencement of the  next school term. The result will  be the elimination from the high  school course of the formal study  of English grammar; the linclusion  of a more detailed study of Canadian history, as well as the study  of civics.  The new regulations will make  it compulsory to study only one  foreign language, instead of two,  as heretofore. It will be made possible foi the high school course to  be covered in either three dr four  years as desired.  NO MORE EXAMINATIONS  Other change: that will go into  effect under the new arrangement  apply to public schools and will  provide lor the elimination of written examinations for entrance into  the high school, applying specifically to students who are attending  the former in the larger cities. The  pupils affected will in future be  promoted on the recommendation  of the principal of the public school  and thus his entry into the higher  institution will not be barred by  failure on a technicality ; but rather  will his general standard be a guide  to the principal as to his merit for  promotion. On the other hand,  on faiiure of the decision of the  principal to meet the wishes of the  pupil or parent, the pupil will be  permitted to take his written examination as formerly.  lu connection with this very important departure from the school  system of the province, the minister states that if the new plan is  found capable of satisfactory working, it will be extended to the  smaller towns and the outlying districts of the province.  Referring to the night school  branch of the department's activities, the minister says that no less  than 118 classes are being conduct-  r. M. C. JL Funds  Local Plan is Part Big Nationwide Drive Early in May  For the purpose of making preliminary arrangements for a big  campaign to raise funds for military Y.M.C.A work a meeting was  called together last Friday in the  Board of Trade room by the Rev.  H. G. Estabrook, who ha* charge  of the canvassing movement in  this part of the province.  The campaign, which takes place  Map 7th, 6th and 9th, is a nationwide one and aims to raise throughout the Dominion the sum of two  and a quarter million dollars for  this great work amongst the soldiers. B. C's portion of thi* it is  hoped will reach $100,000, and to  do her share Kelowna must raise  not less than $2,500.  It is felt that once the people of  thi* district can be made to realize  the enormous value of the work  being done by the Y.M.C.A. organ,  ization in France and elsewhere,  that this objective will be easily  reached if not exceeded. Information is being prepared at headquarters in readiness for the campaign and literature will be freely  distributed.  Details of the campaign for Kelowna have not yet been worked  out, but a working committee has  been organized with Mr. L. V.  Rogers as chairman, Rev. D. E.  Braden, sec, Mr. P. DuMoulin aa  trees., and Messrs. J. Ball and J. B.  Knowles as members of the executive.  A vigorous advertising campaign  will be conducted and sub-committees appointed to handle every  detail of the work.  It is expected that Lieut. Whittaker, the well-known Vancouver  preacher who has earned the soubriquet of "the fighting parson,"  will address meetings in the near  future. Mr. L. V. Rogers ia to apeak in  the Rutland Methodist church next Sunday evening.  ed in British Columbia at the present time, in which attention to the  more practical subjects is devoted,  in some cases pupils taking elementary courses while others are taking  up work that will qualify them for  admission to the university.  Fight with Food  A Call to the Whole Dominion for the Utmost  Effort to Produce Food for our  Soldiers and Allies  OUR ALLIES  are  i  desperately short of  food. In the midst of plenty ourselves we  must face the stern reality of England on  shorter'rations than she has been for over a  hundred years, and France with only three days'  food reserve. Even from their present small  supplies they are saving Italy from collapse  through hunger.  Since shipping must be concentrated on the shortest  routes, Canada and the United States must continue to  be practically the only source of supply.  Canada must provide wheat and meat in increasing  quantities to meet a situation that imperils the issues of  the war.  Men who can be spared for work on the farms must  serve in this way. Those who are obliged to remain in  the city or town can at least raise vegetables in their  gardens or on vacant lots.  Every effort wiU be made to see that labor is forthcoming to harvest the maximum crops that farmers can  produce.  An increased spring acreage in wheat and other grain  Is vitally needed.  Stock raisers are asked to provide the greatest possible  production of meat, especially pork.  Starvation   is   threatening   our   Allies.   Everyone   in  Canada must fight by doing his or her utmost to pro  stoce and to conserve food.  CANADA   FOOD  BOARD  Chairman and Director  of Conservation  Director of  Agricultural  W��  *mm*mm^m PAGE TWO  KELOWNA  RECORD  Thursday, April 18th. 191 (  PROFESSIONAL AND *  BUSINESS CARDS  *  9m+m*mMs*1ttm+*amlm*mtm* ����� �� >-����������. ������������������1  BURKE & WEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  (. C. Weddell.    ���   John P. Burne  KELOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. B.C  KELOWNA RECORD  Published avary Thursday at Kalowna,  British Colombia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  PIANOFORTE  MK.   HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  receive   pupils  as   before in  his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Ciot) and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeijor  Surveys snd Reports on Irrisation Works  Applications [or Wster Licenses  KELOWNA. B C  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Life, Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary.   Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in Inaurance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 and 216  HEKGA  AMBLER  (Mrs  J. S. Ambler)  Coloratura Soprano  mill receice  a  limited number of  pupils for cocal training, musical  monologues and the piano  HIGHEST   REFERENCES  For terms apply in care of Mr. J. Fumerton  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All Rinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 2i yeara' experience in the Auctioneering buunc.i,  particularly in the Hae of Cattle,  Farm Implements and Household  Furniture ; and thit experience it.  at four disposal. It meant better  results from your auction aalet.  Anyone withing to arrange for an  Auction Sale ahould aee  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna. B.C. C-LENMORF.  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I,  Leckie   Block,  ii  aciing  at  agent  in   Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements for conducting of talet  Phone 217  TO   ALL  Automobile  Owners  I  have  installed  a  complete  up-to-date  VULCANISING  Plant, and am prepared  to take care of your Tire  Troubles of evrnry description.  GAS      OILS     TIRES  ACCESSORIES  COAL OIL  CAR FOR HIRE  TOe OIL SHOP  On Water Street, rear of Oak Hall  P.O. Box       Proprietor Phone  294  J. V. B. BROWNE   207  ADVERTISING BATES  LODGE  NOTICES.  PROFESSIONAL  CARDS  ETC..  1.5  ��nU oat  column loci, osr vaak.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-SO dart. W  60 dava  17.  WATER NOT1CES-S9 Ior liva  insertions.  LEGAL   ADVERTISINO-Plrtt    insertion.    12  cents  our Uae:  each  sabasoucDi lntarttoa   ft  rents  osr  lina.  CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cvnts  oar   word     firat   insertion,   t   oent   psr   word  eai'h  subaaattaDt insertion.  DISPLAY    ADVERTISEMENTS-Two   inches  and   aadtr.  SO  rents   oar inch   lirst   insertion  over   two inches   40  cants   oer   inch  first  sertioa:    20   cents   oar   turn   each   subsequent  insertion.  SUBSCRIPTION   RATEH  raar;   7oe..   tix   months.  United  ���L60    .  Statea 10 oaata addlUoaal  All subscriptions paTabls la advaaoe  Subscribers at tha regular rata caa have  extra papers mailed to friends at a dUtnix*  at HALF RATE.  La.. 76 casta oar raar.  This special privilacs ia (ranted lot taa  uurpose of advartisiiur *he rit*  aad district.  AH changes in contract advartisameata mast  be in tha hands of tha printer br T'losdrvv  evening   to   ensure   publication   in    tha   next  Voluntary System for  Patriotic Fund  Tlie Lieutenant-Governor of  British Columbia, the Hon. F. S.  Barnard, has addressed a letter to  the local secretary, in which he  states that the main reason why it  is preferable for the Patriotic?und  to be raised and operated in a voluntary way, rather than as an official department*of the government.  As s voluntary movement it is pro-  bablv fifty per cent, cheaper, and  its resulting flexibility makes it of  much more real and personal service to those whom it is sought to  serve.    The letter is as follows: ���  " Upon reviewing the recordp of  contributions received through (he  provincial branch of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund, I have felt that  special acknowledgment should  be made to a number of places in  this province.  While the contributions from  the Kelowna district have not been  so large as they have from many  other similar points, still the amount  sent in, to the end of February���  $6,856.64���is a substantial one. 1  feel quite sure that the time will  come when every man who has  contributed anything toward that  amount will feel that he has been  well repaid.  The Patriotic Fund has not only  made it possible for many men to  enlist in order to serve their country in this great war, but if has  been of vast assistance to the Federal Government who require all  the resources they can possibly  raise for the active prosecution of  the war. Monev raised through  channels of this kind assists tremendously in conserving the country's resources, and conservatii n is  he crying need of the hour.  As has been frequently pointed  out that, what the Canadian Patriotic Fund is able to do fortweive  million dollars per annum, would  cost the government double that  amount. Obviously, ihe difference  would be that much money wasted.  In addition, the Patriotic Fund is  able to, and does render great services to dependents, many of whom  are not capable of looking afler  their own business interests. The  Fund also acts in an advisory capacity for the Militia Department  in connection with the payment of  separation allowances, pensions,  &c. The organization is so complete, covering lhe entire Dominion, that serious delays are eliminated and information is readily  obtained which, to Government  officials, would be a most difficult  and expensive operation.  ' hile thanking your committee  and the contributors in your town  for what they have done in the  past, I desire to take this opportunity of again appealing for a continuation of the same generous  support.  ' So long as we are at war, it will  be necessary, if we are to succeed,  that every individual shall do his  or her utmost to assist the government and the army and navy in  the tremendous undertaking in  which they are engaged for the  liberty ��� nd freedom of the world.  I shall be very glad if, when you  have had an opportunity of placing this letter before your committee, you will let me have a reply  as to the prospects and probable  amount which may bo\expected  from your diatrict for the current  year. Yours very truly,  F. S. BARNARD,  Licut.-Gov.,  Chairman Provincial Branch.  Telis of the Work  of ioe T  To those who are interested in  development of the nation's manhood, it must be a source of great  satisfaction to observe the efficient  service conducted among the Canadian Expeditionary and home  service forces by the Young Men's  Christian Association. So important has become the work of the  "Y" secretaries and of such effect  is tlreir influence upon the morale  of the men, that everywhere, in al)  warring nations, the khaki officials  of, the international organization  are received with open arms and  every possible facility is provided  for the carrying-on of the work.  Army and navy officers have been  very generous in writing unsolicited letters telling of the faithful service rendered by the "Y" officers,  bul the men themselves are perhaps  in a better position to recite the de.  tails of this service as is instanced  by the following which has just  been received in Vancouver:���  I am not going to tell you what  the Y.M.C.A. did for us all overseas, because that is too well known  but 1 do want to tell vou what the  Association has done for me and  is doing for other returned men  here in Canada. To make my  slory complete I'll begin from the  time we landed in Quebec ; as that  will stand as the 'start of the jaunt.'  When we were put off at Quebec  Cily, Capt. Jones and the other  Y.M.C.A. officers at that pott met  us and saw that we had proper  accommodations allotted to us, and  just as soon as possible afterwards  we were shown the sights-in and  around Quebec City in automobiles,  were well fed, taken to see a show,  and returned in better shape, physically and every other way, than  when we left. I'd just like to say  that Mr. W. H. Wiggs, pf Quebec,  helped a whole lot in seeing that  we were comfortable all the time.  Mr. Wiggs may not be what some  people term a Y secretary, but he  certainly is carrying on real Christian Association wotk.  "After we were through with our  'business' in Quebec, we were taken  to lhe train, on our way home.  Reading mailer, fruit and a few  'dainties' (believe me they were  dainties to most of us after the  army racket at the front) were  given to us ; and every possible  care was taken to see that we were  as 'homey' as could ,be.  "My destination was Toronto. It  really would not matter where 1  had landed because I would have  been accorded the same wonderful treatment, but I'll speak of my  own case as I know it the best.  When we pulled into the home  city, we were met by members of  the Military Service Committee  taken in nutos to the Red Triangle  Club (which by the way, is a long-  Lfelt necessity for the returned men)  where we had a good breakfast  (we landed in about 6:30 a.m.). a  clean up, a look over the building  and then we were taken (those of  us who lived here) to our homes  in cars. Not a single sou did it  cost any of us. The men who were  going out again to other points  were taken care of by the Red Triangle people until train time, when  they were driven to the station and  seen safely on board���adequately  supplied with reading matter and  a snack' in case of necessity.  "Had the Y.M.C.A. endeavour  to help the returned' men stopped  there I'd have admitted they were  doing fine, but this was not the  case. Even though I had not been  a Y man before going overseas I  Arar given a membership card, entitling me to free use of the Association buildings (wherever I might  happen to be) aa long as I was in  uniform, and after I got out of  khaki I was given a free membership to Central for six months. I  could have had a year if I'd wanted it.  "But, they didn't stop here. No  sooner was I out of the khaki uniform than the Y.M.C.A. located a  position for me. I am still in this  position, by the way, and if there  is a more welcome member of the  Central Y.M.C.A. than I am, I have  vet to see him. 'Paid up member'  did vou ask? You ate right, I am  more than a paid up member. I  am what you might almost call a  special doubly paid up member���  and so are the rest of the returned  men at Central and the other Associations.  "My experience is not an isolated  instance of being looked after by  the Y.M.C.A. but I feel I'd like the  people to know that I appreciate  what has been done for me and  my comVades. My slogan has always been: Tell about the good  thinga'."  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "m MEPAosar  Kelowna Troop  Troop Tirst;  Self Last  Edited by Pioneer.  April 16, 1916  ORDERS by command for week  ending April 27, 1916.  DUTIES: Orderly palrol for  week Eagles ; next for duty, the  Otters/  PARADES: The combined tioop  will parade at the club-room on  Wednesday and Friday the 24th  and 26:h of April, at 7 p.m., arid  on S11urday the 27th, at 3.15. On  Wednesday we were only lacking  one of a perfect attendance and  that one was unavoidably absent.  There was also a good attendance  on Friday evening and on Saturday, but at the two latter parades  there were some absentees who  had no right to be absent. It is so  very important too thst we should  attend the parades punctually and  not come straggling in for half an  hour after the time for which the  parade has been called.  Remember the tickets for the  concert will be given out on Wednesday.  Uniforms must  immediately be  gone   over   and   replenished and  made to look like new ones again.  a        s  .  We shall be having  the  annual  troop   photograph   taken   shortly,  and  this  time  we  shall have the  Lieut-Governor's shield with us in  the picture.   We shall also have a  picture taken of the pyramids  ���       a r  a  We thank Mr. L. Taylor for the  gift of three mattresses to the troop  and Messrs. Guernsey and R. L.  Dalglish for handsome additions  to our library.  a       ' a  Mr. O. F. Zimmerman, scoutmaster of Summerland Troop, was  a visitor to Kelowna with his wife  last Saturday.  Mr. Zimmerman besides being  the teller at the Bank of Mbntreal,  Summerland, is a married man  with a family of small children and  has also a fruit ranch to look after,  yet' he still finds time to be scoutmaster of the Summerland Troop���  and that reminds us: with Mi  Gordon, cub master, leaving town  at the end of June, we shall have  to look for some local gentleman  to take his place with the Cubs.  Mr. Bartholomew who has acted  as assistant cub master, will retain  his position, but cannot take the  position of cub master.  a a  a  .Several of the local young girls  are also very keen to form a troop  of Girl Guides but have as yet  been unable to find anyone to take  charge of their proposed troop.  We wish them every success in  their efforts and trust that a volunteer will soon come forward to  take them in hand.  Premier Oliver in the legislature  in response to questions asked by  W. J. Bowser, said the government  exercised no control over the  workmen's compensation board.  The board in being appointed was  given supreme powers and it came  under no department head in any  manner. The legislature had no  legal right to obtain information  regarding its operations.  Choral concert to be repeated  next Tuesday night in Knox church.  LAND REGISTRY AC f  Re Block 35, Map 462, City of Kelowna  NOTICE is hereby given that 1 shall at  the expiration of one month from the date  of the first publication hereof issue a Car.  tincate of Indefeasible Title to the above  mentioned landa in the name of the Royal  Trust Company (Trustee) unless in tbe  meantime valid objection is made to me  in writing. The holder of the following  documents relating to said lands, namely:  1. Release, dated 14th day of July,  1894. of Mortgage, S. Mel. F. Mclver  Campbell to Leon Lequime of one  half interest in Brock 35, Map 462.  2. Deed, dated 2nd July, 1894, Bernard  ���nd Leon Lequime to William Haug  of Block 35, Map 46 2.  3. Mortgage, dated 4th July, 1894, Wil.  liam Haug to Thomas Willing Stir,  ling of Block 35. Map 462, and  RELEASE of aaid Mortgage dated  November 5th, 1895.  4. Mortgage dated 19th March. 1901  Colin Simson Smith to Rone Hadfield  of Block 35, Map 462, and Release  dated 18th October, 1905, Rose Ann  Hadfield to Colin Simeon Smith.  ia required to deliver the aame to me forth,  with.  Dated at tho Laud Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C, thia 14th day of March, 1918.  C. H.DUNBAR,  18.2 Distriot Registrar,  Extr.fi No. I Feed Oats- $64.00 per ton  Barley and Oat Chop - 68.00   ���    ,,  Shorts       -       -       - 41.50   ,,   ,,  Bran -       -       - 36.50   ,,   ,,  Wheat       -..'."���.\-       -   3.75 - .-.sack  Rowcliffe's Feed Warehouse 1  Opposite Government Buildings, Bemud Avenue  Phone 204 Prompt Delivery  Reliable SEEDS. From Grower to Grower j  SOWING to  discouraging  results  in   planting seeds obtained  from seedsmen, we decided  to grow our own seeds, and j  have a surplus over our own requirements for sale.  BEANS���Wardwells Kidnew Wax.  One of the beat butter bean, for market.  ONIONS���Selected Yellow Globe Denver. Gov. germination test 97 p.c, 1918.'  PARSNIPS���Selected Hollow Crown.   One of the best quality and croper.  POTATOES-VSelected Burbank.   White superior quality and croper.  POTATOES���Selected Green Mountain, white.   Or e of the best.  TOMATO PLANTS-2,000,UOO ready May 10th.   Place your order, early as j  demand will be heavy.   Write for prices.  D. E. GELLATLY & SONS  Gellatly, B.C.  Announcement to  Automobile Owners  HAVING taken over the Garage lately occupied by  the Burbank Motor Co., and having secured the  services of Mr. jack Mayor, whose ability is  well known to automobile owners" of this district, we  are prepared to do al! kinds of  General Auto Repairs & Overhauling  Automobile Tires and Accessories of all kinds in stock  Tires Repaired Gasoline and Oils  GIBSON'S GARAGE  R. H. GIBSON A CO. )  Phone 232 Burbank Motor Co.'s old stand  CREAM PRICES  from March 1st, 1918  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -  50c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  48c ���     ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  UPHOLSTERING  Our Mr. Homewood is an expert upholsterer, having  worked in the largest   upholstering   houses in   both  England and Canada.  Old Goods Recovered. New Goods Made to Order.  We have a large line of Coverings.  KELOWNA FURNITURE COY.  We have what you want in both Common and Finished  -LUMBER  DOORS WINDOWS SHINGLES  Prices right.       Delivery Prompt. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Co., Ltd.  D. LLOYD-JONES, Managing-Director. Thursday, April 18th, 1918 ..-  KELOWNA  RECORD  fucfe  Hosiery Worth its Price  EXCELLENT VALUES have been procured in Cot;-'  ton, Lisle and Silk Hose for the coming season.  The continued advance in Raw Cotton make the qualities  shown very desirable.  Women's Black Cotton, Lisle & Silk Hose, from...25c io $1.75 pr.  Women's Mercerised Cotton Hose, in Holeproof quality...6 prs. $4  Hose of Luzite Silk in Dark Brown,. Navy, Pale Blue, White and  Gun Metal.  Children's Black Cotton' Hose in a large range of qualities foi  Boys and Girls   Prices from 25c to 65c pair  House & Morning Dresses  NEW ASSORTMENTS are now. being shown in  House and Morning Dresses of Gingham, Crepe  and Chambray. Many of the styles are different from  the usual run of house dresses and come neatly trimmed  From $1.75 to $3.95  New Import Millinery  This week we have received many  fresh shipments of Hats suitable for  the coming season. Among these are  new import lines that have been hard  to procure. These are now open for  inspection, and we would like to show  you these new models.  Kelowna  Phone 361  New Spring and  .   Summer Suits  IF YOU want a good Tweed or Worsted Suit fpr.  Spring and Summer wear call and see our stock  of New Suits just arrived from the east.   We can  give you as  good value for your money as you can  get by sending your money out of town.   Be loyal to  your home town and buy your Clothing from us.  We have also just opened ��ur new stock of  SPRING BOOTS  We are sole agents for the celebrated "ASTORIA"  Shoes for men. See them before buying any other line.  Oak Hall Clothing Company. Ltd.  "THE HOUSE OF FASHION"  Carters Tested Seeds  in 5c, 10c and 15c packets.    A full stock now on hand  Vegetable Plants now Ready  Cabbage $ I per 100; Cauliflower $1.50 per 100  SHRUBS SHADE TREES FRUIT TREES, tec. ,  DAI If CD   *   DArCDCnU    the greenhouses  r ALWltK    &    KUuEJtVdUfll    Richter Street    -< Kalowna  New Stock Wall Papers  My new stock has arrived, and includes all the newest  things in Wall Papers���  Textiles,    Mosaics,   Aligator.Leather  Varnished Tiles,   Cheap   Hall,  Kitchen & Bedroom Papers  Cut Out Border", Strappings and   Plain Borders and  Ceilings.   A nice assortment and at the RIGHT PRICE  CALL AND LOOK THESE OVER  J. C. STOCKWELL  -  Keller Block  V%>S*J^(<��yMa��Ar'*a*>r��^<^^r^'VVNrl%'V<*\s>^A,yt^A*'V<'V'^T>^^  J  Dominion entomologist R. C.  Treherne was in town this week.  Mr. E. L. Homey, from Lanseer,  Sask., was a visitor in town this  week.  Mr. J. Gibb who has been conducting fruit packing classes at  Vancouver is in town this week.  Mrs. J. B. Knowles returned Saturday from a visit to the coast.  Mr. J. Haworth left for Vernon  Tuesday.  Mrs. Teague was a passenger to  Calgary Monday.  Mr. C. Orser, a well-known cannery man of Ontario and B.C., was  in town this week.  Mr. A. McMeans who is working under the government in the  interests of the seed-growing industry, paid a visit to the district  this week.  Mrs. H. Andison was a visitor to  Vancouver yesterday. <  A meeting of the shareholders  of the Kelowna Growers' Exchange  is to be held on Wednesday next  to enable the directors to submit  their plans for the extension of  warehouse facilities.  Messrs. A. B. Sv/ezey and C. A.  Whitelock, officials of tbe Cunard  Steamship Co., Were in Kelowna  this week in the course of a tour  ot the west.  Lieut Atkinson who has just returned from a visit to England in  charge of a draft of men from  Hastings Camp, came in Monday  on a few days' leave,  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thomlinson  returned from the coast Tuesday.  It ts the intention of the family to  take up residence here again.  Mr. Neil Gregory has gone out  this week to spend the season with  T. W.S.Taylor at the Creekside  Ranch, Rutland.  The heavy frosts of the past few  days have delayed gardening operations somewhat and literally cooled off some of the enthusiasm of  war gardeners. Fortunately there  is very little either in the vegetable  or fruit lines far enough advanced  to be hurt.  On Monday morning Mr. and  Mrs. J. w\ Currie and family Wt  for Calgary. It ia much regretted by  his friends that business changes  have made necessary Mr. Currie's  removal from Kelowna, and the  good wishes of many will follow  him to his new home.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist church the Rev. Arnold  Bennett will preach on '" The Vision of God on His Throne." In  the evening his topic will be " If  any man die ��� Russellism, the  Devil's mask." The ordinance of  believers' baptism will be administered at both morning and evening  services. The song service will  commence at 7.15 p.m.  A request is being made by the  Benvoulin and Kelowna Red X  Societies for contributions of old  iron, wrought or cast, rags of all  kinds (except greasy), old rubber  (except hose), and kindred junk.  The ladies are not collecting this  for souvenirs, but will endeavor to  gel enough to make it saleable, and  people are requested to have a  good clean-out and deposit the  relics in Mr. W. Lloyd-Jones' barn  on Paul street as soon as possible.  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. and Mrs. M. Byrns entertained a few Rebekahs and Oddfellows  at their home on Monday night, a  very enjoyable evening being spent  with cards, after which refreshments were served.  ' Mrs. J. J. and Miss Campbell  were passengers Tuesday for Vancouver.  Mr. Young whp has been visiting Mrs. D. D. Campbell, left Tuesday for Nakomis, Sask.  Corp. J. Symonds was a passenger Tuesday for Edmonton.  i  Pte. A. Gibb, who has been  here on a couple of weeks' leave,  returned to the coast Wednesday.  Mr. A. E. Latta and daughter  went down to Va��couver Monday  for a visit.  Mr. George Ritchie went down  to Penticton Monday on a business  visit.  Mrs. Pitcairn left Monday on a  visit to Victoria.  Mr. J. R. Fuller left this week  for Winnipeg where he will take a  course in applied art.  During the absence of Mr. Braden who will preach anniversary  sermons in the Penticton Methodist Church on Sunday next, the pulpit of the United Church will be  occupied by Rev. H. A. Estabrook  who for tbe past two years has  been connected with the work of  the military Y.M.C.A. in British  Columbia. Mr. Estabroojc will speak  injhe morning on "War Work at  a Home Base" and in the evening  his subject will be "The Y Man  Carrying On."  The choral concert held Tuesday  evening in the Knox Church is to  be repeated on Tuesday next. Owing to the limited seating capacity  there were many who were unable  to obtain tickets, and the second  performance will give everyone a  chance to enjoy this really excellent affair. The proceeds of the  second concert will be divided between the Patriotic Fund and the  Great War Veterans' Fund.  The reception and dance being  arranged under the auspices of  the Great War Veterans Association in order to provide funds for  furnishing and equipping a club  and hostel for returned soldiers,  promises to be a big event. It is  to be held in the Morrison Hall, on  Thursday, April 25th. Supper  will be provided durin? the evening.  The series of four special sermons begun by tbe Rev. Arnold  Bennett appear to have aroused  considerable interest. After providing as many extra "seats" ns  possible last Sunday evening the  ushers reluctantly had to turn seven  people away.  Keep Saturday, April 27th open  for the Cafe Chantant, in the  Hewetson-Mantle Block, in aid of  Returned Soldiers Fund, and Red  Cross. Mrs. Soames. and other  local artistes are to assist in the  program. Among the attractions  will be raffles, home cooking, home  made candy, etc. Everybody  come. ,  Both the Boy Scouts and lhe  Cubs are now busy making grcr.t  preparations for their annual concert which is to take place Friday  and Saturday, May 3rd and 4th.  For several years past each concert  has been just a little ahead of the  last one, and according to reporls  this is to be no exception. The  programme is not yet complete  but we understand that there are  many attractive items.' .Swedish  drill, tumbling and gymnastics generally and first'aid will form Is patt  while being a concert, of course  the musical part will not be neglected. There is to be an interesting ceremony in the presentation  of silver crosses for saving life, to  Scouts G- and J. Groves, and other  badges will be given by Arting  Commissioner Heneage. The Wu.f  Cubs too are to take a prominent  part this year, with songs, drills  and pyramids.  IMPLEMENTS for  THE FARM AND GARDEN  Walking Plows, one & two-horse, 8-in., 10-in., 12-in.  Planet Junior Seeders and Cultivators  Gang Plows       Diamond Harrows       Cultivators  Disc Harrows, 8, 10 and 12 plate  Lever Harrows, 30-tooth Wheelbarrows  ADAMS  WAGONS  Grey Campbell Buggies and Democrats  W. R. GLENN 6c SON  Pendozi Street  AGENTS  -    Phone 150  re808oa8grae����eao808��^  I        It aid of the Great War Veterans and        j  Canadian Patriotic Fund J  CHORAL CONCERT  Toh  on  be held in Knox Church,  Tuesday next, April 23rd  Commencing at fl p.m. prompt  Part Softgs by Choir of Fifty.   Vocal  solos by  leading  local  artistes.  Violin solos by Drury Pryce.  OC_ T"����"  ZDC   Twaj  Tickett may be obtained from Messrs  Willits',    g\ I*  ' *��� or - .awaon'a stoirs, any member of the    .sbftjC  Ladies  committee, or Mr. J, ft Be��Y      ***>*"*��*  SEED CORN  Owing to failure of  crops  in  Ontario this year Seed Corn i   very scarce and  local farmers  are  advised to book their orders with us without delay aa we  can dispose  of our  entire  output  in  other  dietricte, but would prefer to  supply .local demands firat,  Selected North West Dent, price 15c per lb.  BANKHEAD ORCHARD CO., Ltd.  FOOD production���that is  the big cry for 1918.  Everyone must produce  as much as possible���which  means every available square  yard under cultivation, and  the widespread use of Rennie'.  seeds.  BEANS���Rennie's   Strinjless Pkt.    ox.  Green Pod 10  BEET��� Rennie!. Spinach Beet   10     .36  CABBAGE���Rennie's Worldbeater .10 .76  CARROT���Rennie's Market Garden .10 .40  CORN���Rennie'. Golden Bantam.. .10  CUCUMBER���White Wonder 10    .30  LETTUCE- -Rennie'. Selected  Nonpareil  .06     .30  MUSKMELON���Delicious Gold  Lined    PARSLEY���Champion Moss Curled  PEAS���Little Marvel   Improved  Stratagem   RADISH���Cooper's Sparkler 06  TOMATO���Bonny  Best . t 10  Early  Detroit .10  TURNIP���Golden Ball(OranjeJelly).06  LOOK FOR THE  STARS  Every item in the Rrmnie 1918  catalogue represents nwSTraUri.  value, but the Items In star  borders are simply wonderful.  Klb. lb.   5 lbs.  .10 .66   2.60  1.00 3.00  2.26  183 -  .00 J.M  .90 2.76  i  Prepaid     Not Prepaid  ONION SETS--Yellow Sets���Selected.  '    ~       FLOWER SEEDS  Lavender Gem Aster          ���������������.  Early Blooming Cosmo.���Mixed .���������������������....���������������..  Giant Yellow Tulip Poppy���California   New Red Sunflower |"1   Rennie's XXX Mammoth Flowering Hollyhock���MattsTS...  Mastodon Pansy���Mixture   Rennie's XXX Select Shirley- Mixture���Single   When buying from dealers, Insist sn Rannla's.    If your  dealer hasn't them, we will ship direct. s  Pkt.  . .16  . .10  . .10-  :|  THE WILLIAM RENNIE CO., Ltd.  872, Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.  Also at Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg  WM. HAUG  Masons' Supplies  HARD AND SOFT COAL  Phone No. 66  The KELOWNA THEATRE  Saturday (April 20th)���' The Years of the Locust," with Fannie  Watd; Comedy, " Clothes and the Man."  Tuesday���" The Slave Market," with Pauline Frederick.  Thursday���" Wooden Shoes," with  Bessie  Barritcale ( Charlie  Chaplin in " One A M."  Two Shows, 7.30 ft 1  Admission, 25c ft Ik ��     PAGE FOUR  KBLOWJKA  'Thursday, April 18th, 1918  ( wanted! ) Eggs ior  FOR SALE, baled Hay, Timothy and  Alfalfa. Apply Kelowna Feed Co., S. T.  Elliott, Rutland, Manager.    Phono 3108.  I 111  FOR SALE, a few good  horses.   Apply  S. T. Elliott, Rutland. Phone 3108.   I8tf  FOR SALE. I Lumber Wagon. 3 Head  Horses. I Bicycle, I Buggy, I Plow. I  Road Cart. Apply H. B. Burtch, Har-  risa Ranch. Ivif  TWO SMART GIRLS wanted, at once,  as Telephone Operators. Experience  not necessary. Apply Local Manager,  Telephone Co. I9tf  FUR SALE, choice Seed   Beans.    Apply  R. J. Sproule, Rutland. 2l-2p  SETTING  HENS FOR SALE.   2 each,  Apply J. M. Harvey. 2l.2p  FIVE DOLLARS REWARD-Lost, a flat-  bottomed white rowboat, new kael.  Pleas, inform phone 138 or box 113,  Kalowna. 22  WANTED, Furnished or partly-furnished  House.   Phone Record Office.      22p  Dr.  MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  Penticton  Steam Laundry  Laundry will be despatched  from  Kelowna  every  Tuesday  Afternoon  returning Saturday  Morning  R.H. BURNS, Agent  At the Club Barber Shop  Two pens Barred Rocks headed  by cockerels from Johnaton, bred  to lay strain, brought from Meaford  Ontario, jhia spring  13 Eggs for $1.50  1 wo pens Rose Combed White  Leghorns,  the  kind  that  lay all  winter  13 Eggs for $1.50  One pen White Wyandottes, good  laying strain  13 Eggs for $1.50  J. C. STOCKWELL, Kelowna  MAMMOTH Pekin Ducks and Langahan  Hen Eggs for sale, $1 per setting. Geo.  Dean, Burne Avenue, Woodlawn.    20-2  Buff Orpington and  White Wyandottes  Specially selected and bred   for Egg type,  keeping as near standard as possible.  Eggs For Hatching  First Pen-$3 for 15 ; $7.50 for 50;  $12 for 100.  Second Pen-$2 for 15 ; $6 for 50 ;  $10 for 100.  A few stock birds still for sale  A. W. COOKE  Kelowna Field.  Box 663. Kelowna.  I9tf  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished foi all classes  of work  For  Small  Chicks  CHICK FOOD _  " Our Own Make" .~. 6 cents per lb.  We have a full line of   Grit, Shell, Beef  Scrap, Bone, &c.   Also  Corn Whole at    -    $3.45  Corn Cracked at -    $3.60  Lea* 5 per cent, discount for cash on Flour or Feed  SPRAY!       SPRAY!  Our stock of material, for Spraying is complete  Rex Lime Sulphur, Soluable Sulphur, Black Leaf 40,  Arsenate of Lead, Quassia Chips, Whale Oil Soap,  Blue Stone  and Paris Green  ORDER NOW TO ENSURE YOUR SUPPLY  Kelowna Growers Exchange  Phones 29 and 37  Crockery,  Glassware,  Stoneware  Wedgewood Dinner Sets, regular.$36, for $29.50  Genoa Dinner Sets at the old price $18.75  Butter Crocks and Flower Pots in all sizes  fr  The  White   and  .nameiware gfgriSSl  Rugs,  Baskets, Seagrass   Rugs,  Rag Rugs,   Lunch  Baskets,  Clothes  Baskets,  Cutlery, Toys, Trays, &c.  A. E. COX  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  Get After Plum and  Prune Worms Now  Blum and prune growera in the Kelowna diatrict who were troubled with the  amall brown 'worm' which attacked the  fruit on the tree* lait August and September, will be interested to receive the information that this ii about the time of  year to spray. Lime-sulphur 1-9 ia the  proper mixture to use and thia solution  should be applied with considerable pressure into the angles* and crotches of the  wood of the recent yeara growth. The  worm' has been wintering as a very small  caterpillar in a minute chamber in the  smaller crrtches of the trees. Atthistime  of year (he 'worms' commence to leave  their winter quarters and atart migrating  to the opening buds and growing twigs.  Lime-sulphur if applied correctly wil)  penetrate the chambers in crotches and  destroy the worm. Arsenate of lead at  the rate of 21hs. to the 40 gallons may be  added to the lime-sulphur solution if desired.  Land Registry Act  NOTICE UNDER SECTION 36.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has  been made to register the Corporation of  the City of Kelowna, as the owner in Fee-  simpler under a Tax Sale Deed from the  Collector of the Municipality of the City of  Kelowna, to the Corporation of the City of  Kelowna bearing date the 30th day of  November, A. D. 1916, in pursuance ef a  Tax Sale held by said Municipality on or  about the 13th day of October, 1915, of  all and singular certain parcel or tract of  land and premises situate, lying, and being in the City of Kelowna in the Province  of British Columbia, more particularly  known and described as the Easterly 70  feet of Lots I and 2, and Lot 4 in Block 4,  Map 462.  You and those claiming through or under  you, and all persons claiming any interest  in the said land by descent whose title is  not registered under the provisions of the  "Land Registry Act" are required to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within  forty-five days of the service of this notice  upon you. Otherwise ypu and each of  you will be for ever estopped ond debarred from satting up any claim to or in respect of the said land, and I shall register  the said Corporation of the City of Kelowna as owner in fee.  Your attention is called to section 36 of  the "Land Registry Act" and amendments,  and especially to the following extract  therefrom which relates to the above  notice:���  "And in default of a caveat or certificate  of lis pendens being filed before the registration as owner of the persona entitled  under such tax sale, all persona ao served  with notice, or served with notice under  subsection (6) of section 155 of the "Muni-  cipal Clauses Act, 1906," or section 293 of  the "Municipal Act," or section 139 of the  "Assessment Act, 1903," or section 253 of  the "Taxation Act," in cases in which  notice under this Act is dispensed with as  hereinafter provided, and thoae claiming  through or under them, and all persons  claiming any interest in the land by virtue  of any unregistered instrument, and all  persons claiming any interest in the land  by descent whose title ts not registered  under the provisions of this Act, shall be  for ever estopped and debarred from aet-  ting up any claim to or in respect of the  land so sold for taxes." '  Dated at the Land Registry Office, af the  City of Kamloops, Province of Britiah  Columbia, this 27th day of December,  A. D. 1917.  C. H. DUNBAR,  To Sam Sing, District Registrar.  Quong Hue. 21-5  The Corporation of the City  oi Kelowna  TENDERS FOR STREET WATERING  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up lo 5.00 p.m., on Monday, 29th  April, for a team and driver for the City's  street sprinkler, for the months of May,  June, August and September of the current year. Forms of tender may be obtained at the office of the City Clerk.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  April 17th, 1916. 22-3  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  IUEGULATION8  Coal mitia*. rigfcte el tla Domiaioa ta Manitoba, SasUtohswaa tud Alberta, tks ��.uko  srritorr. tks Nortkweat tttritoriss. aa* a  ortion ol tk- Ptmiam el UtiUib Colaabte.  uy ba Isnssd lee a tana ol tweatv-oaa vears  . aa aaa i>d natal ol SI aa mm. Not  on teaa i.>00 sons wil ba Isassd te  ADoUeatfem lor tke base mart he taafe bv  Had lor an attaats-i.  "���Wtttti  A��r  mat appllsS lo.  nnlisaat k'aud.  bs os aPwfclsl'��iiB to lil.ll rTlTtto nails  DollsdTor aw Wt araliabls. bat MS otter-  ias.    A roraltr sktXlTMid *a tha  beatable outrtat ol taa sate at tha rat  t sirens vritb swot. Mtm. nsontiac __  . lall qruMtitr os trsmSsmsasA east mined  ad    dot  lartsisa  la. Ioe  ., .���   _, ��� -....,  ���..._  mined  .T   tha roraltr/ thataoar.    H tha   ooal  af tks latsrrtoc.  '"������ '���'���ftafsMs'sSKa- ** ���*  REGULAR MEETING OF  crnr council  lOoaUaasd trom Pans 1.1  the coal company (or the city on its  supply of coal during the season.  Permission was granted to the  Occidental Fruit Co. ti cross Cawston Avenue with a railway track to  serve the new cannery they were  erecting.  The assessment roll (or the current year was returned by the assessor together with a report showing the assessed values oi city and  school district property. The assessed value of all property within  the city was given as $3,394,2657  and lor lands outside the city but  included in the school district  $167,175. The former figure was  made up of taxable lands  $ 1,669,915, taxable improvements  $1,398,725, and lands and buildings exempt for various reasons  $325,625.  The mayor reported having received a i.umber of complaints in  reference to cattle running at large.  He thought that as there was a  pound law in operation in the citv  it should be unnecessary for people  to have their places (enced in order to protect them fron, straying  cattle. It was decided to instruct  the police to watch for stray cattle  and to notify the pound keeper,  It was also decided to advertise  for tenders for watering the streets  for the coming year.  The,annual Court of Revision  was arranged to take place on  Monday, May 27th, in the council  chamber:  A resolution was passed, that the  necessary steps be taken to acquire  title to the properties falling to the  city atthe 1915'tax sale.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that I. H. Kitson,  whose address ia P.O. Box 160, Kelowna,  B. C, will apply for a license to take and  use 500 gallons per day of water out of  Unnamed Spring, which sinks underground  and ia situated near the North-West Cor.  ner Post Lot 3111. The water will be  diverted from the stream at Spring 200  feet Noith of North.West Corner Post  of Lot 3111, and will be used for Domestic  purposes upon the land described as North  West 60 acre, of Diatrict Lot 2924. Thi.  notice was posted on the ground on  the 12th day of March, 1916. A copy  of this notice and an application pur-  suat thereto and to the "Water Act,  1914," will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Vernon. Objections  to the application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within  thirty days after the firat appearance of  thia notice in a loci newspaper. The  date of the first publication or thi. notice  is March 14th, 1916.  17-8.22  J. H. KITSON, Applicant  BERNARD KITSON, Agent.  FOR  Come and select from our  new lines of  Curios, Silks and  Fancy Chinas, &c.  The Japanese Store  Kelow  Phone  112  Automobile  For Hire,  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  G.W.CUNMNGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  i  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  In Stock  Next to the CP.R. wharf,  Kelowna  MAPLE SYRUP  This year Maple Syrup is exceedingly difficult to'  get, and to, aa in the case of many other things, we  have had to substitute. As a substitute for Pure  Maple Syrup we are offering  WAFFLE SYRUP ff-  In bottles at 65c, in cans at 60c  for small cans; at $1 for 5 lb cans, and at $1.85  for 10 lb cans  This is a nice smooth maple-flavored pure syrup, and  unless you were told different you would take ;  it for Pure Maple Syrup.  We can alio give you Puro Maple Syrup in bottle*  at 85c, and in half-gallon cam, at $1.55  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  British Have Lony-Raoge  In the Houae of Commons this  week J. 1. MacPherson, parliamentary under secretary of the war  office, informed a questioner that  steps had been taken to construct  a British gun capable of throwing  a shell more than eighty miles.  A proposal by Irish Nationalists  to omit the conscription of Ireland  clause (rom the government manpower bill was rejected in the  House of Commons by a majority  of 172 latt Friday. The total vote  ahows that a large section of the  House abstained (rom voting.  Of 200 German divisions on the  west front 115 have been engaged.  Seventy-five of these have been  withdrawn because of losses. The  probsble losses average 2,500 each  division. Adding the-estinated  losses of divisions still engaged the  total German losses are probably  300,000.  During the month of March the  Prisoners of War Committee collected $218.20, of which $120 was  paid to the Prisoners of War Fund,  $78.50 to the Red X and the balance $19.70 retained (or expenses.  The amount collected consisted of  $166,20 for teas, $23 (or whist  drive and $29 collected by the residents of Westbank. Donations  of butter (rom the Kelowna Meat  Market and prizes given by Mr.  Thnissell were gratefully acknowledged.  Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice who  have been staying in Kelowna (or  the past few weeks' left Monday  for Rumsey, Alta  There was a considerable gathering of friends on the wharf Monday to take leave of Mr. H. Gurn-  sey and family who ay leaving  (or Vancouver.  The potatoes irom the experimental station at Summerland will  be ready (or distribution on Satui-  day afternoon at the Farmers' Institute office.  It hss been learnt this week that  Creighton Stewart, the only son of  Mr. Chas. Stewart, a former resi-  nent of Benvoulin, was killed in  action on March 30th. Creighton  was in one of the Highland regiments.  AUCTIONEER  I have had over 21 yeara' experience in the Auctioneering business,  particularly in theiine of Cattle,  Farm Implement* and Household  Furniture; and thu experience ia  ��t your disposal. It means better  result* from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sala ahould tee or write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORE  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room  I, Leckie Block, i. acting a.  agent ia Kelowna, and wilt make all  arrangement, for conducting of sale.  Phone 217  WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS and BABY CHICKS  Either Exhibition or " Laymore" strain. Mad. a clean .weep at the B.C.  "Provincial", Kamloops, Dec, 1917. Won ALL FIRSTS(5),ALL SPECIALS.  "Provincial" Show, 1914, 4 First., 1915. 4 Firato, 1916, 4 Firsts, 1917 FIVE  Firsts. Eggs 13.50 for 15.   Chick, (any quantity), 38c each,  Mar I st 19c sach.    Don't ba disappointed, book chick orders NOW.  BROWN'S FINE FEATHER FARM  Boi300R "Breeds Flna Birds" Kelown., B.C.  Say, Men  GetBusyNow!  Another  consignment of  Shoes has arrived and I  intend selling them at the  same prices as before  QUICK REPAIR WORK  DARK, the Shoeman  Opposite Royal Bank Kelowna  THE  Green Tea Rooms  Moved to new premises on Ellis  Street, near Baptist Church (formerly known  as "The Garth")  Board- Residence  Board, or  Rooms  EXCELLENT COOKING  Meal, served at Regular Hour., including Afternoon Tea  Miss KEARNS - Praprittrsss  '   IH  Paaa.WstsrA.y-  wksr.fsf0m.Csal  ftflMGaletJ.  Why  pump wa-  * r by hand  Leader  tsrbyhsnd whso  a Leader Horn.  Water System  wllldallver It under high  ���enywhere���for  less thsn leper 100 gallons7  Than IsaLesdsroutnt dsslgnsd to trt  avsry possible requirement���dssp well  -shsllow wall���clatsrn���lake���aprioa"  HOME WATER SYSTEMS  Pump and tank so In treesmtnt or  othsraonvsnlsntpl.ee.  no parsons! attention it r squired for  sstlefaotory oper-  stlon of this outfit.,  At th. turn of a  aucat you will  hav. plant, of  water snywDete,  .ay time.  We are ready to  Install a system faff  you now.  ImBpj WisUst to Otte  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. j. H. DAVIES  Boost No. 1. Oak Hail lie* bs-  wean ths hours' of 5.30 and 3.80 n.ra.  a Saturday ei ��m* wet*, or at saw  tewHsMt* i


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