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 V\bXovwOvm)  Mttatb  H D"  VOL. X.   NO. 18.  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MARCH 21. I9I8.-4 PAGES  $ls50 Per Annum  /v  Regular Meeting  of City Council  Fire Brigade Makes  Further  Protest Againat Riga Tied  in Street   i  In the abience of Mayor Sutherland Monday evening, Aid Rattenbury, was elected to preside at  the regular meeting of the city  council. There, was little busim-ae  of an important nature, however,  and the attention of the meeting  was taken up for the most part in  consideration of .correspondence.  The Fire Brigade wrote a little  indignantly concerning the reception which had been give a suggestion made, recently regarding  the number of rigs tied up in the  neighbourhood of Lawson's corner and possible difficulty in getting near the hydrant to make hose  connection in case of fire. The  recommendations were made quite  seriously, the letter stated, and the  conditions complained of constituted a serious danger to life and  limb of the public as. well as the  Brigade, as well as a serious men.  ace to the efficienc) of the Brigade.  In view of the stand the council  had taken, the letter stated, the  Brigade desired to notify the council, that they would not be re  sponsible for any damage to the  apparatus, men or public vehicles  arising from those conditions,  which in the opinion of f he Brigade  could very easily be remedied  without damaging'in any way the  appearance of the city as a ljusy-  looking town, and without working any hardship on the driving  public. Aid. Meikle was delegated  to discuss the ma:ter with the Fire  Brigade.  Aid. Mantle expressed the opinion that at the last meeting it was  practically decided to make a  charge for pumping to the sewerage disposal grounds the liquid  emptied into the' sewers by the  canning and evaporating plants,  but he noticed that nothing had  been said about this in the letter  to Mr. Hayes.  The city clerk pointed out that  although the matter had been discussed no definite decision had  been made. Owing to the absence  of the Mayor it was decided to  leave the question over until the  next meeting.  A discussion as to whether all  owners of buildings fronting on  the sewers should be served with  notice to connect up at once if  they had not already clone so, also  resulted in no action being taken.  Mr. G. A. Chick sent a request  lhat the council should make some  repairs on Wilson avenue.  A resolution was passed raising  the salary of sewer foreman Sabine  to $105 per month.  Aid. Mantle reported that it was  the intention of the Public Works  Committee to have a cinder walk  constructed on Water street north,  of the CP.R. tracks. He also  stated that one of the packing  houses had constructed a driveway  which had filled the street gutter  lo a depth of three feet, thus flooding adjoining property. The council decided that auch obstructions  could not be permitted.  Rutland News  flfrass w Owa OcwTMooadsaU  Mr. J. S. Fleming ha. been visiting his brother here this week on  his return tg Summerberry, Sask,,  after spending a holiday in California.  The Girls' Enterprise Club are  going to serve tea and hold a sale  of work in the Prisoners of War  tea room on Saturday, March the  30th.  Mr. Mills paid a flying visit to  his sitter,. Mrs. W. H. Fleming,  last week-end, leaving for the coast  intending to travel as far north aa  Prince Rupert and then across lhe  Peace River country back to Edmonton.  At the Womens Institute meeting on Friday afternoon March 16th  a very practical demonstration of  beauty culture was given by Mrs.  Browne of Kelowna, which included face massage, scalp and hair  treatment. &c. Unfortunately ther*  was not time for the manicuring  lesson, but the members are hoping to be favoured with another  visit from Mrs. Browne soon.  Mrs. G. Monford, assisted by her  daughter Leila, Mias J. Clever and  and Miss K. Cam -ball, served a  dainty tea. The proceeds amounting to $7.60, >vere given to our  Fund for Prisoners of War. This  institute now has forty members.  Mr. W. G. Sehell sold his residence and twentv acres last week to  Mr. Hamel of Edmonton, who,  with his family are already in pos-  ession.  The Young Peoples Society have  decided to join with the members  of the Womens Institute, in .the  adoption of a private of the 172nd  Battalion, who is now a prisoner in  Germany,  The Red X Committee would  like to receive donations of old  linen and cotton, white flannel and  blankets. Parcels should be sent  to the Store, c.o. Mrs. Hardie.  There was a good attendance at  the United Farmers meeting on  Monday evening in the school, but  only seven ladies were present.  Mr. L V. Rogers gave an interesting talk on Proportional Representation.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Ashbridge arrived from Toronto on Tuesday.  Miss Blanche Ford returned on  Wednesday after an extended holiday in the East.  Useless to Further  Ask For free Ferry  Board of  Trade   Deaides' to  Urge for Increased Subaidy  Benvoulin Notes  Mr. 0. Leckie came in thit afternoon after a lengthy visit east.  Pte. Gore of Westbank and a  son-in-law of Mr. Balsillie is expected back in Kelowna tomorrow.  IASKY- PARAMOUNT  Appearing at th. local thsatra Tuesday  Mr. and Mrs. A. Burrell have  taken up their resideece in the  Ferguson house at Bankhead.  Mr. 0. McEachern left Saturday  tor his wheat farm on the prairie,  He was accompanied by hia moth-  er as far as Vernon. . ���  Mr. J. Kennedy from Miami,  spent a week-end recently with  Mr. T. Renwick and family.  Miss M, Patterson spent the  week-end wilh Mrs. E. A. Day.  Pte, Roy Fallis arrived home re.  cently and has now received his  honorable discharge on account of  poor health.  Miss K. Conlin arrived home on  Friday morning having resigned  her position with the Trail Smelting Co.  The spring is here It is indeed,  Farmers are planting tomato seed g  Tha bird, have com., just hear them sing-  They srs ths harbingers of spring.  Mrs. Lee, sister of Mrs. Brent, who  was here for a short visit left Monday for Vancouver.  TENDERS  Are called for collecting and delivering  cream to the Creamery for the district  along the main Vernon Road from Mr.  Dickson's Ranch to Mr. Renfrew's corner,  for six month, from tha l.t of April 1916;  three trip, a week to be made, and the  cresm to ba delivered to the Creamery by  10 o'clock a.m. Tenders to be in by the  27th March 191ft, and tha price to be quot.  ed per pound cream.  . In 1917 tha number of cans was 13. The  total weight of cream waa 64,296 lbs. The  highest month averaged 525 lbs. per trip,  lowest month 164 lbs. par trip.  The question as to whether the  Board of Trade thould persist in  its endeavors to induce the government to grant a free ferry service  between Kelowna and Westbank,  or drop the idea as impracticable  and seek instead to have the annual subsidy increased so aa to  'allow for a lower scale of charges  was the subject of a lively discussion at Tuesday's regular meeting.  Although this question of a free  ferry haa always been heartily supported by the Board, there seems  to be a strong feeling at the,present  time that as there is not the slightest chance of the government acceding to the request for a free  ferry, it ia not wise to continue asking for it.  Following upon a resolution "at  previous meeting, the roads and  transportation committee had submitted a resolution as follows:���  Whereas the ferry connecting Kelowna  and the westside of tha lake ia the only  link in the main trunk road between Vernon and Penticton, and is also the only  public mean, of transportation for' thos.  settler, in tbe vicinity of Bear Creek;  And whereas, the tariff on vehicle,  crossing by thia ferry is so high a* to make  it practically impossible for these settlers to  bring their produce to market,at Kelowna,  on their vehicles, thereby making it necessary for them to truck their fruit, and  empty boxes, on thia side, on hired dray.  t\t an additional expense of from seven to  ten doll.rs per load.  And whereas, we are informed lhat the  Provincial Government maintains and  operates a free ferry aervice at Sorsnto,  Mission City, and other place, throughout  the province;  And whereas, this matter, on previous  occasions, has been submitted to the Government without result.;  Therefore be it resolved, that the Kelownn Board of Trade should strongly protest against the discrimination thus "l)own  this district, which materially retardate  development of the district, and also the  increased production so needed at present;  and should urga that a free ferry service  similar to that at other point, in the province be established and maintained by  the Provincial Government, at Kelowna.  Provided that if at tha present time it is  found that conditions will not permit the  granting of aervice equal to that of other  districts, previously mentioned, we would  strongly recommend thst the subsidy be  increased to an amount which would cause  the existing tariff to be reduced to a more  equitable basis, until the time when condition, will warrant the placing of thia  district on an equal basis with other district, of the province which have a free  service.  Mr. H. F. Rees objected to making an alternative request. He be"  lieved the Board should ask for  either one thing or another. Personally he thought the Board would  be wiser in 'view of the circumstances, in asking for an increased  subsidy and dropping the other  part for the piesent.  This suggestion met with decided opposition from Mr. Hereron  who made a vigorous protest  against thia treatment of the report  of the Roads and Transportation  Committee, of which he was a  member. This was the second  time they had brought in a recom  mendation which had been turned  down, and if that was the treat  ment they were going to get he lor  one waa through with il. He dis-  claimed the latter part of the resolution altogether, which, he said,  had been added by the resolution  committee, and believed that if the  Board were to go after the government vigoroualy for a free ferry  something would be done.  Mr. L. V. Rogers spoke at some  length on the matter. He did not  think the committee had any rea  son for offence if their suggestions  were not adopted, aa any suggestion they might make was subject  to the approval of the whole Board.  He felt that in view of financial  conditions in the province it was  quite impossible to obtain a free  ferry, and therefore advocated  aaking for the increased subsidy.  Il had been estimated some time  ago that the operation of the ferry  by the government would mean  an expenditure of not less than  $5,000 a year and wilh the increased traffic suie to come, if it were  free, this would be no doubt very  much increased. There was only  a limited amount available for,  public work in the diatrict and if it  was spent in providing a free ferry  it would not be available for Splitting the roada into shape, a purpose which waa quite aa necessary  aa the ferry.   He moved  lhat the  request of the Board be for an increased subsidy.  Mr. R. 8.,Kerr aaid there was  no such thing as a free ferry. If it  was not paid for out of the fares  of the travelling public it had to  be paid for out of taxes. He questioned whether there were sufficient people interested in a free  ferry to warrant taking' the large  sum which would be required to  maintain it out of the appropriation for the whole diatrict. On  lhat account he would second Mr.  Roger's motion.  Mr. Hereron, however, held to  his original idea, and withdrew in  great disgust when the amendment  carried,  WORK1 ON MISSION  CREEK  The president's report also related what was being done in regard  to protecting Mission Creek from  floods. Late in February the farm-  era affected by an overflow of  Mission Creek asked the assistance  of the Board in formulating some  scheme to assess land owners to  pay for improvements in the creek  bed and banks. The council appointed vice-president Mantle to  meet with the farmers and he reported later that a plan of assessment had been arrived at bv which'  promise of over $600 had been  received. At a later meeting of  the council the road superintendent, Mr. McAlpine and the new  road engineer, Mr. Gw'yer. were  present, and when the matter came  up for consideration the latter stated that he had authority for promising that the government would  put up an amount equal to that  raised by the farmers, and that the  spending of the money would be  in the hands of a committee appointed by themselves.  An effort waa made by the Publicity Committee to induce a party  of farmers who were reported to  be leaving Portage la Prairie for  B.C.. to visit Kelowna, and an in  vitation was wired to the Board of  Trade of Portage la Prairie to that  effect. It was learned later that the  party had not materialized.  A letter from the Kamloops  Chamber of Commerce aaking for  support in a project to have the  P.G.E. Ry. link up with the C.N.R.  at Kamloops ' instead of Ashcroft  was laid on , the table, no action  being taken owing to lack of information. ,  AUTO CLUB   BEING FORMED  ��� A report waa made of some preliminary work which had been  done toward the formation of an  Automobile and Good Roads Club  Next Dairymen's Convention to be Held Here  That the next convention of the  B.C. Dairymen's Association would  be held in Kelowna was the information received in a brief letter  from Mr. T. A. F. Wiancko thia  week. This decision has been arrived at by the executive of the  Association after careful consideration of the claims of various other  districts, and it is no small tribute  lo Kelowna and ita advantages  from a dairyman's point of view,  that thia diatrict should have been  aelected. The convention ia the  most important event of the year  to British Columbia dairymen, and  aa such it haa usually attracted  from 250 to 300 visitors from all  parts of the province, To entertain so large a number of delegates  will no doubt involve considerable  preparation and co-operation, and  although the time is yet far distant  there is no doubt that local committees will need to plan well  aheaVl if the event is to be a success. Last summer a smaller supplementary convention were well  entertained in Kelowna bul the  main annual convention is a much  larger affair and will need careful  organizing. It ia usually held in  January or the early part of February, the last one having taken  place only a few weeks ago at  Chilliwack.  Thia ia "Enlistment Week" for  the "Soldiers of the Soil" and all  boys between the ages of 15 and  19 should give in their names at  once to Mr. Rogers. As already  stated this is a movement in which  all boya too young to fight can atill  do their hit at home in helping to  increase production. A medal will  be awarded for three months ser  vice.  The Importance of  Seed Testing  In these days of stress it is important that no labor shall be lost  in agricultural production, therefore we must be sure that none is  wasted at the start of production,  viz., with the teed. Few in normal limes take the trouble to do  any seed testing���juste taking a  chance that the seed has good germination power. To-day when  stocks of seeds are low, it is known  that seed of fairly low vitality ia  being put on the market the world  over, so that it is very essential  that germination tests be made.  Seed testing is a very simple  matter. -Count out 100 seeds, place  them between folds of moist flannel or blotting paper, and place  these between two plates; keep in  a warm room and count the sprouts  at from three to six days and ao  determine the percentage of germination. Beans, corn and large  seeds should be tested between  folds of flannel, ordinary vegetable  seeds and grain between blowing  paper. Start the children off at  seed testing, it will interest them  to procure this useful information.  Official certificate of germination  can be obtained bv sending samples of seeds to J. A. Fryer, Dominion Seed Analyst, Calgary.  for Kelowna. The' committee,  which consisted of Messrs. L. V,  Rogers, P, DuMoulin and M. Hereron, had a few days ago issued  circulara pointing out the advantages of such an organization, and  had already received about forty  favorable replies. It was decided  that there must be atleast 75 members before going ahead with definite organization. It was stated  that the club would not be confined to owners of cara only, but all  who were interested in good roads  might join.  Mr. Johnson, lately from India,  and now of New Westminster, is  on a visit to his mother and sister  this week.  Miss Lena Wilton returned thia  week from a visit to Chase, where  she has been staying with Mrs.  McDonald (Fannv -Copeland).  Mr. G. A. Melville, of Glenmore,  has this week moved into town  with his family having rented his  farm for a while.  A dance has been arranged for  Easter Monday in Morrison Hall  in aid of the Red Cross.  Mt. D. Leverington and Mr. M.  Edie of Glencoe, Ontario, who have  been spending the winter in Kelowna visiting the former's aunt  Mrs. Grigg, left by Monday morning's boat for Rosetown, Saskatchewan.  HARKER-To Mr. and Mrt. A.  N. Harker, at Harewood House,  Birkdale, a aon.   (By cable.)  5*  mm  Income  Tax Forms  Are  now   available  Returns must be filed on or before 31st March  THE Dominion Income War Tax Act requires you to fill in one or more of  the five special Forms provided before 31st March, 1918. In order to  assist the public to understand just what is required of them, information  on each Form is given below. Read carefully, then get three copies of the  form that fits your case and fill them in. Answer all questions fully and  accurately. For making false statements, a penalty of $10,0*6 ar (Ix months'  imprisonment, or both, la provided.  Individuals.���All persons unmarried, and all widows or widowers without dependent childtat,  ���hose Income Is $1500 a year or more, must fill in Form Tl. AU other persons whose Income la  ���3000 or mom, use the same Form. Where any income is derived irom dividend., list amounts  received irom Canadian aad Foreign securities separarely. Fill in pages 1,1 and 3 only., Do not  mark on page 4. Jr*sitnetshlps, as such need not file returns, but ths individuals forming tha partnerships must, /  Corporatism and Joint attack CempanhM, no matter how created or organised, shall pay the  normal tax oa income exceeding $3000. Use Form T2���giving particulars of income. Also  attach a financial statement Under Deductions, show in detail amounts paid ta Patriotio Fund  and Canadian R< I Cross or other approved War Funds.  Trustees, Exscutere, Administrators of Estates and Assignees use Form TS. Full particulars  of the distribution of lnooma from all estates handled must be shown aa well aa details of nir���mW  distributed.   A separate Form must be filled in for each estate.  Employers must use Form T4 to give names and amounts of salaries, bonuses, SSssaatsaaWS sari  other remuneratbn paid to all employees during 1917 whew such remuneration trnmrntssi ia tha  aggregate to $100) or over.  Corporation Li'ts et Shanhalders.���On Form TS corporation, shall give a statement of all  bonuses, and dividends paid to Shareholders residing in Canada during 191? stating to whom paid,  and the amounts.    ,  Figures in every cms are to cover 1917 income���aU Forms must bs filed by Slsd March.   Var  neglect, a Una of SIM for each day of default maybe Imposed.  In the case of Forms Tl and T2, keep one copy of the filled in Form and file tha other two with  the Inspector of Taxation for your District.   In the case of T3, T4 and TS, heap one copy and Us  tbe other two, with tha Commissioner of Taxation, Dept, of Finance, Ottawa.  Farms may ba obtained from the District Intaactsrs et Taxation and tram the rat*.  masters at sal leading oantrss.  tmsatbsfaltmdlhtkrs  and documents hrmrdti fty wuli  hliutteltrt/TtmHitm.  rf Financt,  Omwm, Ctlmmmt PAGE TWO  KELOWNA RECORD  PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & WEDDELL  Barriater,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  G. C. tVeddell.    ���   John F. Burne.  KBLOWNA  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, B. C  KELOWNH RECORD  Published svssy Thursday at Kalowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLET  Editor and Proprietor  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  hs. resumed his teaching r-lasses and will  leceive  pupils  as  before in liis studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR tr BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or public Build-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. C. E  Consulting Cicll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Reports on Irrigation Works  Applications for Ware, Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C.  CLIFFORD G. BUCK  INSURANCE BROKER  Lile. Accident, Sickness, Fire, Automobile,  Burglary,   Fidelity Guarantee  Specializing in In.urance, therefore service  to the Assured  Phones 217 and 216  HERGA  AMBLER  (Mrs  J. S. Ambler)  Coloratura Soprano  mill receioe   a  limited  number of  pupils for oocal 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,  KELOiVNA.  AUCTIONEER  1 have had over 2i years' experi.  ence in the Auctioneering busmen,  particularly in the line of Cattle,  Farm Implement! and Household  Furniture; and this experience ib  at your disposal. It means better  results from your auction sales.  Anyone wishing to arrange for an  Auction Sale should see  or  write  G. H. KERR  Auctioneer  P.O. Box 195 Residence at  Kelowna, B.C. GLENMORF.  Mr. C. G. BUCK  Room   I, Leckie  Block,  is  acting  as  agent in  Kelowna, and will make all  arrangements for conducting of sales  Phone 217  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES  f 1 .SO    per   rear;    76c.    six   months.   United  Statea (0 osnts additional.  All subscriptions oavabls ia advano*  Subscribers at tbs rwmUr ra*�� can bavs  oxtra points mailed to friends st a distant*  at TIALF RATE, i.e., 76 esnts per rear.  This special nriviltve Is granted for tbe  uurpose ol advsrtiiin.7 *he olir *ad district.  AU changes'In contract advertisements mast  he In the hands ot ths printsr bv Tuttdiw  svenlns  to   nnanrs   publication   la   tbs   asit  Issus.  Orders for  Local  Scouts  "sM PREPARED"      Kclowna Troop  Troop First;   Self Last  Edited by Pioneer. Mar. 12, 1918  ORDERS by command for week  ending March 30, 1918.    .,  DUTIES: Orderly Palrol for  week Eagles ; next for duty, the  Otters  PARADES : The combined troop  will parade at the clubroom on  Wed. and Sat. Mar. 27th and 30th  at 7.15 and 2.IS respectively.  .        a  At the Wednesday parade with  the assistance of Miss E. Jones at  the piano and Mr. Geo. McKenzie  as instructor, we shall hold our  first singing practice for the concert. As the time is short we therefore wish to make the most of the  time our busy friends are able to  give us. We are putting on four  songs thia vear and the Cubs another, so shal. have lots of music.  Whether the Kvzoo Orchestra  materializes remains to be seen.  At the moment of writing we  have been neither able to borrow  nor rent a piano for our rehearsals  and it looks serious, but we live in  hopes.  .      . *  The time has been extended to  the last of this month for those  Scouts who have failed to obtain  their First Class or two Proficiency  Badges within the year, and at that  time thev have to report further to  the Court of Honour. We have  difficulty in always finding examiners for those who wish to try tests  so it is not altogether the fault of  the scouts. Scout Robert Duncan  of the Otters passed his signalling  and Kim's game tests for the Second Class badge laat Saturday. Miss  Miller of the Kelowna Hospital  was also good enough to give a demonstration of the requirements  for the Missionera Badge to several  scouts on Saturday, and will take  the tests later. We appreciate very  much indeed the assistance Miss  Miller is giving us in this respect  and the call it makes upon her busy  At the basket-ball matches on  Friday last the Eagles and Wolves  defeated the Otters and Beavers  resp ctively. Penticton says, she  wiU be able to give us a game if  we can field a senior team against  them. ��� e do not mean the Penticton Troop but the city generally.  We hope to be able to arrange a  game with them, and we again  challenge any has-been, present or  MOTHER GAVE  IS DELICATE  CHILD VINOL  And He Got Well and Strong.  That's True  Monaca, Pa.���"My little boy, who  is the youngest of three, was weak,  nervous and tired all tha time, so he  was most unfit at school, and nothing seemed to help him. I learned  of Vinol and gave it to him. It has  restored his health and strength and  he has gained in weight���Mrs.  Frederick Sommers, Monsca, Pa.  Vinol is a constitutional cod liver  and iron remedy for delicate, weak,  ailing children. Formula on every  bottle, so you know what you are giving them.   Children love it.  Sold by  P. B. WILLITS & CO.,  Kelowna  Also at the best druggist in all British  Columbia towns  would-lre basket ball players to  match.  You must all have read and  heard of (he Soldiera ot the Soil  movement during the last few  weeks, and this week sees the close  of the enlistment period. We understand the movement has "caught on" in great style amongst the  boys at the const, and it remains  to be seen whether the farmers of  the province also take up the plan.  It is not meant as a remedy for the  high price of Oriental or alien  labour by providing & cheaper  substitule therefore���the interference with the bovs' education by  taking them from school is far too  serious a thing lor that���but it is  meant ns a plan to keep up or increase the production of those food  stuffs and products which are necessary to the winning of the war,  by providing help where there, is  none to be otherwise had. In our  particular district the help is generally required more in the latter  half of the season in connection  with the harvesting of the crops,  but whenever it is required of us  we must be prepared to give it with  a will. If during the first two weeks  in July, when we always hold our  troop camp, local production is  suffering a want of labour, then we  shnll not hold a camp. It is there-  fore ot the utmost importance to  us that the farmers should let us  know whether and what help they  require of us through lack of available labour. The moro serious  question is tha leaving of school  now, but we understand that even  if you sign the enlistment "forms,  your leaving school is subject to  your parents' consent and your attaining a certain standing at school.  We trust, therefore, that every  member of our troop attending  school who is of the required age  will sign the form, and work hard  to reach the standing which will  enable his services to be used if  called upon. As you will be remunerated for your work it cannot  count in connection with our War  Service Badges, but it ia war work  of vital importance just the same.  Famous Danish Violinist  Coming  "Skovgaard," Denmark's greatest  violinist, and the Metropolitan Company will appear at the Kelowna  Theatre next Monday, March 25th,  This eminent artist needs no introduction to the music lover of Canada. In the past nine years he has  filled more than 1,500 engagements  through America and his name is  as well known as Ole Bull's and  Rememji'a. He ia a pupil of Joseph  Joachim, the king of violinists. He  has appeared before King Christian,  king of Denmark, King Oscar of  Sweden and won honors at the  Royal Academy of London. His recent tour through the United States  has been most successful, playing to  packed houses in every city.  Alice McClung, who will appear  with "Skovgaard," iB a pianist of  national reputation. She appeared  in concert at the age of seven. Her  early instructions V/ere received  irom her mother, a noted Danish  pianist. Alice McClung is a great ensemble player having1 a thorough  acquaintance with the chamber of  music of the great composeri. On  many tours through the United  States and Canada she has won  for herself a large following of  musical people and is an establish  ed favorite wherever she appears.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Re Block 3), M.p 462, City of Kelownn  NOTICE is hereby given that 1 shall a<  the expiration of one month from the date  of the first publication hereof iasue a Cer.  tificate of Indefeasible Title to the above  mentioned landa in the name of the Rqyal  Trust Company (Trustee) unlese in th  me.ntim. valid objection i. made to me  in writing. The holder of the following  document, relating to .aid land., namely:  1. Release, d.ted 14th day of July,  1894, of Mortg.ge. S, Mel. F. Mclrer  Campbell to Leon Leqrrimq of one  helf interest in Block 35, Map 462.  2. Deed, dated 2nd July,' 1694, Bernard  and Leon Lequime to William Haug  of Block 35, Map 46 2.  i.   Mortgage, dated 4th July, 189*;, Wil,  Ham Haug to Thomas Willing Stir,  ling  of   Block 35, Map 462,  and  RELEASE of ..id Mortgage dated  November 5th, 1895.  4.   Mortgage dated   19th March,   1901  Colin Simaon Smith to Rom Hadfield  of Block 35, Map 462. and Release  dated 16th October, 1905, Rose Ann  Hadfield to Colin Sim son Smith,  ia required to deliver the same to me forthwith.  Dated et the Land Registry Office, Kamloops, B. C, this 14th day of March, 1918.  C. H. DUNBAR,  8-2 District it.g istrar.  Auction  Being instructed by Mra. C.  PROWSE, I will sell at her residence in Glenmore. 2J miles  from Kelowna. on THURSDAY  MARCH 28th,all her neat household effects, live stock and  movables, comprising:���  Bay Hone, good worker, weight 1200  lba., large Black Horee, good worker,  weight 1500 Ibi, pure bred Holatein Cow  (freihen May I), Shorthorn Cow ((Vethen  May I), pure bred Holatein Heifer (freihen soon), 60 pure bred White Leghorn  Pullets and Cockerel, 10 Rhode Island  Red Menu. Houtehold Furniture���Mahogany Parlor Suite (4 piecee), Mahogany  China Cabinet, amall Mahogany Table,  Smoker Cabinet, Mantle Clock, Fumed  oak Sideboard, cost $90,2 Aladdin Lamps,  Carpet Squarea and Stair Carpet, 2 Heating Stove*, I ace Curtains, Kitchen Table  and Chain, Brass Bed, White Iron Bed, 2  Box Mattrenes and Springs, Sanitary  Couch and Mattresi, G. R. Prowse range,  Wood Box, DeLaval Separator, Beatty  Bros.' Churn, small Churn, Fruit Jars,  Doll's Table and Bed, amall Rocker, Kitchen Utensil*, Waahtubs and Wringer,  Milk Pails, 2 seta Double Working Har-  ness, Set Double Driving Harness, 2 sets  Single Driving Harness, 2 Horse Blankets,  Single Wagon, with brx- and fruit rack,  Double Wagon Box, Democrat, Top Buggy, Set Heavy Springs, Subsoil Plow,  Potato Digger, Plow. Large Roller, Set  Spring Tooth Harrows, 2 Cultivator!,  Planet Junior Cultivator, Hand Cultivator  and Seeder, Mandy Lee Incubator, "Reliable" Incubator, Brooder, Hot Water  Tank, 25-gal. Oil Tank, Wagon Pole,  Wheelbarrow, Large Vice, Gorn Grinder,  Hot Bed and Saah, Lot of Carpenter  Tools, Sleigh, 5 bundles Page wire Fencing (hog tight), Lot of Chains, Forks  Shovels, Large Roll 9-strand Page wire,  tne. Everything to be sold without, reserve as Mrs. Prowse, ia leaving the place.  Sale at 1 o'clock sharp  TERMS CASH  G. H. KERR - Auctioneer  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Section 24)  In the matter of an application for du -  plicate certificate of title No. 5288D issued  to Simon T. Elliott covering 79.61 acres  of S.W. quarter of Section 25, Township  26, Osoyoos Division, Yale District.  Notice is hereby given (hot it is my intention at the expiration of one month  from the date of first publication hereof  to issue a duplicate certificate of title  covering the above landa to Simon T.  Elliott, unleas in the meantime 1 shall receive valid objection thereto in writing.  Dated at tbe Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C., the 15th day of February,  AD. 1918. ���  *  C. H. DUNBAR.  14-6 - District Registrar.  NOTICE  In the matter of the- estate of Rembler  Paul, late of Kelowna, in the province of  British Columbia, deceased.  Notice is hereby given that all creditors  or other persona having any claim or demand againat the estate of the above  deceased, who died on the 16th day of  November, 1916, and Probate of whose  Will was on the ?|st day of October, 1917  granted to The Royal Truat Company,  are required to send in their claima to  The Royal Trust Company, 732, Duns-  muir Street, Vancouver, B.C., the executor of the estate, on or before the Tenth  day of April, 1918, after which date the  estate will be dealt with having regard  onlv, to the claims and demanda then  received.,  Any claim over $5 must be verified by  statutory declaration.  R. B. KERR,  of 7, Rowcliffe Block, Kelowna, B.C,  16-0 Solicitor for the Executor.  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  - Take notice that Francis J. Nicholss,  whose address is Rutlsnd Post Office,  B.C., will apply for a licence to take and  use 500 gallon, per day of water out of  Buck Creek, which flows South snd drains  into Mission River about centre of Lot  4066. The wster i. to be diverted from  this stream st a. point about one half mile  north of Mission River snd will be used  for Domestic and Irrigation purposes upon  the land, described as lot 4066. Thia no.  dee was posted on the ground on the 16th  day of February, 1916. A copy of this  notice snd an application pursuant thereto and to the requirements of the "Water  Act'* will be filed irr the office of the  Water Recorder at Vemon. Objections  to the application may be filed with tha  said Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Build,  ngs, Victoria, B.C., within 3o days after  the first appearance of this notice in s  local newspaper. The date of the first  publication of the notice ia Feb. 21, 1916,  I4JJ FRANCIS J, NICHOLAS.  =*=  Thursday, March 21st, 1918  -   Ladles Wishimr to Onssr  SPIRELLA CORSETS  ���sus asset)  Mrs. J. H. DAVIES  Boob Ho. 1, Oik Hal) 'Hock fasv  wem ths hour* of 5.30 and 2.30 n.m,  n Saturday ot sash wus*. or r.t any  thsr time by apposataasatt.  DAYS  Easter  Waist  Bargain  A Dollar Saved on every  one, and more on others  See our Window  Display for the  different varieties  All are modelled types designed  to sell up to $3.50  These have not been shown and  are bright crisp new Spring Waists.?  There are   150 in the lot, made  ' from   choice   Voiles,  Lawns,   and  Piques, harmonious trimmings, and  are splendidly made.  When you see them they will suit  your-fancy. When you use them  they will give you long wear. "When  you know the price you will say they  are wonderfully "low-priced."  Price $1.29  ON SALE  Saturday morning at 830  Monday and Tuesday  THREE DAYS ONLY  Those who come early will fully  appreciate the splendid values which:  are being offered.  J. I. FUMERTONJCO.  THE CASH STORE " It Pays to pay Cash "  Dry Goods phone 58;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  -    �����  Morning-9.30 and 11       Afternoon-3 and 5 Thursday, March 21st, 1918  KfiWWWA ttBCOW)  ��i0Bfiu>n  New. Suits and Coats  Correct Spring Fashions.are Introduced tn the Worthy  Displays of New Suits and Coats  THOSE who desire to  make  selection   will  find our offerings particularly replete and specially attractive in points of  style, quality and value.  There are many garments  from which to choose in  colours such as Brown, Navy,  Grey, Sand, &c, also a good  assortment of Tweed Suits  and Coats, and we urge  selection to he* made as soon  as possible.  Suits priced from  $21.50 to $42.50  Coats from     -    $19.50  Extraordinary Assortment of Pure Wool  Donegal Tweeds, $2.95 to $3.95 yard  Shown in attractive colored flake mixtures and novelty  Check designs, suitable for making Spring Suits.  Coats and Separate Skirts.    These are old standard  qualities and unusual values at the prices.  Phone 361 Kelowna  Your SPRING SUIT  In the spring the young  man's  fancy lightly turns to  thoughts of    .   . New Clothes, Hats and Shoes.  A CHEAP Suit  looks well only (or  a few weeks and  then is a constant  annoyance until it  is worn out.  A GOOD Suit  keepa on looking  well and gives more  satisfaction than  two or three catalogue bargain a.  We Have a Large  New Stock  now in transit and due here in the  next few days, comprising the latest  and best goods from such well-  known .firms as      _J  The House of Hobberlin, -  Lailey-Trimble Co., and  , W. E Sanford.of Hamilton  Look over these goods before making your purchases.   They  ���re  of  guaranteed quality and  in  nothing does quality pay  higher dividend* than in the purchase of clothes  Oak Hall Clothing Company, Ltd.  " THE HOUSE! OF FASHION"  Reliable SEEDS. From Grower to Grower  COWING to discouraging  results  in  planting seeds obtained  from seedsmen, we decided  to grow our own seeds, and  have a Surplus over our own requirements for sale. ���  BEANS���Wardwells Kidnew Wax. One of tlrts best butter beans for market.  ONIONS���Selected Yellow Globe Dsnver. Gov. germination test 97 p.c, 1918.  PARSNIPS���Selected Hollow Crown.   One of tbe best quality snd croper.  POTATOES���Selected Burbank.   White auperior quality and croper.  POTATOES���Selected Green Mountain, white.   One of the beat.  TOMATO PLANTS - 2,000,000 ready May 10th.   Place your orders early as  demand will be heavy.   Write for prices.  >-  TOWN ARID COUNTRY NOTES  V  Miss Sarah Grant was a passenger Tuesday for Wolseley, Sask.  The name of J. Carter, Kelowna,  appeared in Tuesday's casualty  list as having been gassed.  Manager Henderson of the Bank  of Montreal, Vemon, was in town  Tuesday.  Messrs. J. E. Reekie and G.  Chick left yesterday for Ottawa in  connection with fruit business.  Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Pridham returned Tuesday from a visit to the  coast.  Mrs. R. J. Sproule is giving the  tea at the Prisoners of War room  on Saturday.  Mr and Mrs. G. Barret, of Glenn  avenue, returned Monday from  Vancouver, where they have been  spending the winter.  The drawing for the picture  presented by Mrs. Brent to be  raffled for the benefit of the Red  Cross, was decided this, week.  Mrs. W. C. Cameron was asked to  perform the solemn ceremony of  selecting a number from the hat  and strangely enough the number  she picked out was her own I  In the terrific storm of wind and  rain which sprang up unexpectedly Sunday night many people were  aroused from peaceful alnmber to  a feeling of uneasiness as to  whether the roof would hold or  the chimney maintain its perpendicular. Those with light, flimsy  and alas I as is only too common,  empty barns, got up at daybreak  half expecting to' see a vacant  space instead of a building. Some  little damage was actually done  but fortunately not much.  In connection with the "Soldiers  of the Soil" movement, the Department of Agriculture has issued  application forms to be filled in  by all those who require the help  of these older boys during the  summer. Mr. W, E. Scott asks  that all who expect to need this  help will fill in an application  form which can be obtained at the  Farmers' Institute.  Next Sunday morning in the  Baptist church the Rev. W. Arnold  Bennett will preach on "The Hidden Manna and White Stone." At  the evening service his topic will  be "The Quest for Divine Wisdom." At both morning and evening services the ordinance of  believers' baptism will be administered.  The Rt. Rev. J. J. Douli. Bishop  of Kootenay, came in Saturday  last to conduct communion service  at St. (Michael's church. He left  Monday on his return to Vernon.  There was a very large attendance at the "Bird Lecture" given  in the public school last Thursday  by Mr. L. E. Taylor, and those who  were fortunate enough to be there  had the pleasure of listening to a  most entertaining and instructive  address. Some startling and unusual facts were ��� learned about  membera*'of the feathered tribe,  and the collection of mounted  birds added still further to the. interest. A sum of $41.50 waa handed over to the hospital as the net  proceeds  Mayor Sutherland and G. Ritchie  left Monday  on  a  visit   to Kere-  meous.  Capt. (Dr.) B. F. Boyee was in  town over the week-end, leaving  Monday for Vernon.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Bigger were  passengers for Calgary Monday.  Mr J. W. Currie left Monday  morning on a visit to Calgary.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Ladies' Hospital Aid will be  held in the Red Cross room on  Saturday afternoon, March 23rd,  and will again take the form of a  " sewing bee."  Mr. Jock Stirling left Saturday  for the coast to join the milita. y  draft, after having disposed of his  household goods here. He will  endeavor to enter an artillery unit.  -- The second of a series Of war  conservation demonstrations will  be given by Miss Alberta M. Mac-  farlane on Monday next, the 25th,  at 3 p.m. in the domestic science  kitchen. Subject, "The Cooking  of Tough Joints of Meat." .  Mr. R. H. Helmer is holding a  "pruning day" at the Summerland  Experimental Station on Thursday,  March 28th. .The demonstration  will be from 2 to 5 p.m. and a cordial invitation is extended to all  who" are interested to attend. The  orchards at this station are younger than the majority in the Kelowna district; but there are sure to be  interesting points under discussion  and as the roads bv that date should  be good for cars, Mr. Helmer hopes  that some of the Kelowna orchard-  ists will motor over.  ����K8dfi����sso8e8Mc��ti:<  a  D. E. GELLATLY &  ���JU _  SONS  Gellatly, B.C.  Kelowna Steam Laundry  Under New Management  On and after April I st, Mrs. C.  A. V. Butler intends taking over  the business connected with the  Kelowna Steam Laundry, free of  all previous liabilities, from S. M.  Gore.  The business will be fun on a  strictly cash basis'and she hopes  all former customers will continue  to patronize the Laundry, and she  and her co-workers will do their  level best to give satisfaction.     |$-9  Say, Men  Just leave off talking about  the Shoes I am selling for a  few days, so tha! 1 can get  another consignment in. If  you* don't, well, all I can say  is, you cannot be supplied  by me  QUICK IMPAIR WORK  DARK, the Shoeman  Opposite Roy��l Bank  Kelo  East Kelowna News  Messrs. Budgen & Taylor, of  Edmonton. Alta., have moved on  to their fruit ranch purchased (rom  Mr. H. B. Lloyd.  Miss Kate Coubrough is preparing Easter eggs which will be sold  at five cents each. These will be  on sale at Eaat Kelowna store, and  the proceeds donated to the Red  X. In order to still further swell  the fund a doll's house, which will  be exhibited in Thos. Lawson's  window, will be raffled, tickets for  the same being procurable at 15c  each. y  .The ladies of the K.L.O benches who are Red X workers, are  requested to attend afternoon tea  at the home of Mrs. Carruthers at  3p.m. Thursday, April 4th, when  tea will be provided by Mesdames  Reejciei and Carruthers. All members that are able are requested to  attend, as all articles will beon  view after they are marked ready  for their sale in Kelowna which  will be held on Saturday, April 6,  in the store near the post office  recently occupied by Thos. Law-  son, Ltd.  Corp. G. H. Fox is at present  visiting his sister Mrs. A. H. S.  Wright, and will leave in a short  time for Kamloops or the coast  where he has to go for six months'  treatment. It will be remembered  that Corp. Fox was wounded in  the shoulder by shrapnel, also  being badly gassed whilst in the  trenches. He enlisted with the  54lli and went overseas more than  two years ago. Everyone extends  a welcome to Corp. Fox, who is  well known in the Kelowna district.  Prsst-piWaterAsv-  wksreforOueCcnt  per 100 Galkrai.  Why   pump v/��-  tsrby hand when  tr Leader Horns  Water  System  111 deliver It under high pressure  ��� onywhsre ���for  less than le psr 100 gallons ?  Thsre Is a Leader outfit designed to Ht  evsry possible requirement���deep well  ���shallow well���cistern���lake���spring  or river.  ' HOME WATER SYSTEMS  Pump nnd tsnb go In basement or  other convenient place. Remember  no personal otten-  tion Is required for  satisfactory operation ofthis outfit.  At th. turn of a  aucet you will  have plenty of  water anywhere,  any time.  Wo are ready to  install a system for  you now.-  Golbraith  Plumber nnd  Steam Fitter  KELOWNA  ��� )  THE DeLAVA  Separator Sure Gets the Business  Don't let anyone fool you on  the cream separator sit ua tio  DeLaval has been the leader for nearly forty years,  and the gap between the DeLaval and the next one  behind (a long way behind)  is certainly growing  wider with the years  W. R. GLENN St SON  Pendozi Street AGENTS Phone 150  SEED CORN  Owing to failure of  crops  in   Ontario this year Seed Corn i   very scarce and  local farmers  are  advised to book tbeir order* with us without delay as we  can dispose  of  our  entire  output  in  other  districts, but would prefer to  supply jlocal demands first,  Selected North West Dent, price 15c per lb.  BANKHEAD ORCHARD CO., Ltd.  War Time Production  THERE must be no "slackers" this year, either among tht  seeds cr the growers. Every man and woman with garden  space, must produce to thc limit of his or her ability. And  that is why Rennie's seeds are so essential���live, vigorous  seeds Irom tested stock, to ensure record crops.  Ml*.  1.75  2.28  JO   1.T6  fs  BRUSSELS SPROUTS ��� Amager    Hrt    HOa.  Market 10  CABBAGE���Rennie's First Crop..       .10  CABBAGE���Early   Jersey   Wakefield (Improked)            .01  CAULIFLOWER���Rennie's Danish  -���� .P^0UJ,h'Resi!ll,.'tl IS * J�� 1.00   3.60 11.00  CELERY���Paris   Golden   Yellow,  Extra Select         ,18 .60   2.00  TOMATO���Bonny Best (Original).      .10 .60    1.TS  Rennie's Improved Beefsteak..      .10 .76    2.60  FLOWER SEEDS nt  New Giant Astermum���Mixed Colors   .15  Rennie's XXX Giant Comet Asters���Mixed 10  Dreer's Peerless Pink Aster 15  Early Blooming Cosmos���Mixed   ,jft  Rennie's XXX Exhibition Mixture Pansy. ..,,,   .26  . Rennie's XXX Prize Ruffled Giant Single Petunia-  Mixture ;,    ,|J  Rennie's XXX Large Flowering Globe Stocks���Mixture...  .20  Rennie'B XXX Mammoth Verbena���Mixture    .10  Giant Zinnia���Mixed 15  Mail Your Order  TODAY  For Planting  Up to April 15th  1 LOOK FOR THE STARS  Turn tbe paxes of your Ratal* catalogue. You will notice a neat many  pintaraphs with stars st ths comers.  These are extra special rains that  defy competition, When burin* from  dealer. Insist on RENNIE'B.  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 (March 23rd)���"The Battle of  Hearts," with William  Farnum.    'Love and Logs."  Tuesday���Theodore Roberta in "The American Consul."  Thuraday���Gloria's  Romance ;  Chaplin Special, "The Cure ; "  other pictures.  Beginning March 30th admission  for children will be 15c on Saturday night.  Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturday Matinee will be 10c.  Two Shorn, 7.30 & 9.  Admission, 25c & 10c u^mmmmm  page rom  KBLOWMA   RBCOBD  Thursday, Much 21st, 1918  ( WANTED! ) Auction  IN VIEW of the large acreage which will  be planted to Tomatoes this year, farm*  era would do well to order their Med.  ling, or plants early. Orders may be  left at the offices of Okanagan Loan &  Investment Trust Co.. orat Mr. Stirling's  Greenhouse, Pendozi Street.  FOR SALE,  baled   Hay,  Timothy  and  Alfalfa. Applv Kelowna Feed Co., S. T.  Elliott, Rutland, Manager.   Phone 3108.  I III  FOR SALE, work Horse,  rence, Glenmore.  Apply Law  I6.9p  MANGANESE and Chrome want.d for  immediate development. We understand the former to be in the vicinity of  Kelowna. Write M. G., 200, Belmont  House, Victoria, B.C. 16-8p  FRESH COW For Sale.   A. E. Harrison,  Rutland. !7-8p  FOR SALE, young Sowa, about 200 lbs.  each, all well-bred Berks. Apply Ca.  sorso Bros. 17-0  50 Ontario Sugar Maple Trees at snap  price, in small lots if necessary. A. H.  Johnston, Rutland. lop  FORISALE, a few good  horses.   Apply  S. T. Elliott. Rutland. Phone 3108.   IBtf  FOR SALE, Three good cows. Thorneloe  Okanagan Mission.  l8-��P  FOR SALE, good Holstein Cow, freshen  end of June. Price $100. Apply R. St  Aikman. East Kelowna.     I8p  EGGS FOR SALE  Black Langshan Setting of 15, $1.50  All tested 175 to 210 egg .lock.  AuD.y G. A. Fisher, Kelowna  vv' I8-9P  Buff Orpington and  White Wyandotte  Cockerels  These bird, ere bred and c.refully selected for egg typo and utility and are big  strong  vigorous birds.  Prices $5, $3 and $2 each, according to their egg type  A. W. COOKE    '  Kelown. Field. Boa 663. Kelowna.^  FOR  Souvenirs  Come and select from our  new lines of  Curios, Silks and  Fancy Chinas, &c.  The Japanese Store  Kelowna Phone   112  At vacant lot next to Keller Blk.,  on SATURDAY, MARCH 23,  at 2 p.m., the property of C. E.  MOON and others.  English Wardrobe with Large Full  Length Mirrors, Upholstered (Chesterfield)  Davenport, Carved Walnut Armchair, Gur-  n.y Oxford Range with Hot Water Front,  Washing Machine, Refrigerator, Dresser,  Wa.h Stand, Mahogany Book Case and  Cupboard, 6 doz. Economy Sealers, Sideboard. Brass Bedstead, Matdreas and  Springs, Chest of Drawers, Oak Round  Den Table. 3 White Chaira, 2 prs. Work  Harness, 200 ft. I { and i inch Steel Cable  with Hooka for Stump Pulling, Rubber  Tired Phaeton with Small Seat for Child,  ren. 2 Seated Surrey, Sprny Pump and  Hose, pr. Fruit Springs, pr. Spring Tooth  Harrows, Bell Organ 11 Stops, Piano Case  Cost $175, and Many Other Articles.  Terms Cash on Day of Sale  J. C. Stockwell. Auctioneer  Sale every Saturday���Bring  in  anything  you want to aell, cheap  WATER. NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that |. H. Kitson'  whose address is P.O. Boa ISO. Kelown.,  B. C, will apply for a licenae to take and  use 500 gallons per day of water out of  - Unnamed Spring, which sinks underground  and is situated near the North-West Corner Post Lot 3111. The water will be  diverted from the stream at Spring 200  feet North of North-Weet Corner Post  of Lot 3111, and will be used for Domestic  purposes upon the land described as North  West 80 acres of District Lot 2924 This  notice was posted on the ground on  Ihe 12th day of March, 1918. A copy  of thie notice and an application pur-  suat thereto and to th. " Water Act,  1914," will be Sled in the office of the  Water Recorder at Vernon. Objections  to the applioation may ba filed with  the said Water Recorder or with tha  Comptroller of Water Rights. Parliament -Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within  thirty days after the firat appearance of  thi. notice in a local newspaper. The  date of the firat publication of thia notice  is March 14th, 1918.  J. H. KITSON. Applicant.  17.8-22        BERNARD KITSON. Agent-  NOTICE  To Steam Laundry Customers  On and after the first of April 1918,1 am  renting my business, known aa the Kelowna  Steam Laundry, to Mrs. C. A. V. Butler,  and can strongly recommend my many  customers to entrust their work to her  care.  Any work intended for me ahould ba  sent in not later than noon, Thursday March  28th.  I wish to thank all my customers for the  business received during, the past seven  '"*"' K M. GORE.  Auction  At residence of W. T. FALLIS,  Vernon Road, 3J miles from  Kelowna, on WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 27. at 2 p.m.  One Driving Mare 6 yean old, 4 Jersey  Cows, 2 Jersey Heifers, 1 Jersey Calf, 2  Heavy Farm Wagons, Buggy Wagon, Cutter, Sleigh, Disc Harrow, Smoothing Harrow, Plow, Cultivator, Planet Jr. Onion  Seeder, Fruit Rack and 3 ton Springs*  Cream Separator new, Road Scraper,  Churn, 2 Heaters and Pipes, 2 Cross Cut  Saws, 30 rds. Hog Fencewire. 100 ft. Rub-  ber Hose new, Lawn Mower, 300 New  Sacks, 20 Ricks Dry Wood, Buggy Harness.  TERMS CASH  Mr. Fallis is leaving for tha prairie  J. C. Stockwell, Auctioneer  MWALL PAPER li  Wall and Ceiling Papor      -    10 cents per roll  Oatmeal Paper -        -   30 cents ���    ���  Varnished Tile Paper -    30 cents ���    ���  A postcard will bring you a sample book  KELOWNA FURNITURE COY.  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal aslaiM riaata af tks Donuajoa la Ma��  srritofy. las Nortaasefc Iwntceles, aaa a  oriloa rat tk. 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B.-Paaatkatlsa< eali��ast��ta art Ms a*  nssat will sat be Mil heal  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  - Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  Wc have what you want in both Common and Finished  LUMBER  DOORS WINDOWS SHINGLES  Pricea right.        Delivery Prompt.   ���      Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Co., Ltd.  D. LLOYD-JONES, Managing-Director.  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  Kelowna Theatre  Monday, March  25  Denmark's Greatest Violinist  'Skovgaard*  AND HIS  $13,000.00  Stradivarius Violin  Including the New York Metro-  politan Concert Company  ALICE McCLUNG SKOVGAARD  -   Pianist  SOPHIA STEPHALI - -   Soprano  MARIE KERN-MULLEN.      ~      -   Contralto  A Real Musical Treat _  Reserve Seats $1.10; Children 55c  A few seats only at 80c  (Prices include tax)  Seata on tale at Crawford's store  IP��V  G. W. CUNNINGHAM  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  (Successor to J. C. Stockwell)  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  WAGSTAFFE  with a reputation first in Manchester, England, and  later in Hamilton, Canada.  I.l        Q       ��� wa find the cellar shelve, containing little els*  n tne Opring   than empty jam bottles and empty fruit jars'!  ���"���",���~~*~*~"_������*   and thia ia where Wagstaffe with his reputation comes in.   We want something to replace what was in those jars  and bottles, and we look to Wagstaffe to aupply it.  Wagstaffe's Plum Jan;        Wagstaffe's Peach Jam  Wagstaffe's Pear Jam       ~ Wagstaffe's Fig and Lemon  Wagstaffe's Cherry Jam Wagstaffe's Green Plum Jam  Wagstaffe's Damson Jam  Wagstaffe's Black Currant Jam  Wagstaffe's Red Currant Jam  Wagstaffe's Raspberry and Currant Jam  Wagstaffe's Red Currant Jelly  Wagstaffe's Black Currant Jelly  Wagstaffe's Crab Apple Jelly  Wagstaffe's Orange Marmalade  Wagstaffe's Strawberry Jam Wagstaffe's Raspb'y Jam  Wagstaffe's Grape Conserve  Wagstaffe guarantees all of his own goods; and besides that, you  know, our store guarantees everything we sell.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Gigantic Auction Sale  -���" ��������" ���������   ii ���������������min ������ i   .1      *********** if ������ ii  Entire contents of the New Royal  Hotel, Vernon  to be sold under the hammer. Two Days of Stupendous Bargains. Positively' no reserve. Everything  ��� ' must be sold.    Sale commences  Tuesday. March 26th, at 11 a.m.,  Continuing Wednesday. March 27  Tables of all kinds, office and other desk., chair, in large variety, safe,  carpets, rugs, parlor furniture, piano, pictures, electrical fixtures, bedroom  furniture of all kinds, blankets, sheets, pillows, spreads, towels, curtains,  linen in large variety, kitchen utensils, cutlery, cash registers, clocks, bar  fixtures, and a great variety of miscellaneous articles, too numerous to men.  tion.   An opportunity of a lifetime to get good furniture at cheap prices.  Chas. D. Simms, Auctioneer  The Season's Neckwear Punch  Pongee nashigi  Beautiful   Japanese   designs direct from  the Orient, in color  effects exceptional  Same $1 seller  "YAMA" NOVELTY PRINTS  Striking;  oriental  patterns  on all Silk,  Wool,   Pongee.   Most  artistic and beautiful colors  75c, $1, $1.50  ' New York, London,  Kelowna, and Paris re- /  port that designs and  colours that " fairly  shriek" will be good  for Easter.  Boys' Dept.*  Certainly not overlooked  Boys' Crepe Blouses  Boy Scout Shirts  Shorts, Belts, Kerchiefs,  Hats, Caps, etc.  Boys* Special  Buy  A shirt with detachable  collar, at $1.75  Something really different  Boys'   Buster   Brown,  black, old time, long  here. 6 to 10$. SOc  Boys Easter  Neckwear  A real snappy line for  the boys to wear with  these nice blouses you  are going to buy.  35c, SOc, and 75c  Top Hole!  For golf and every outdoor sport Eastern Caps are to  the " fore."   The popularity of Eastern Caps with  smart dressers is due" to their extremely clever  styling and swagger patterns.  Sold at all food shops.  EASTERN  BRAND CAPS  "or DA D and his LA D    '  EASTER Small Things  in the Men's and Boys' Dept.  THOS. LAWSON, Limited.


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