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 .,.,...'���. i     <[      mmmmmimmmmmmmmtmimmmmmW^mmmmm^  VOL. VU.   NO. 26.  "P  WE  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIATHURSDAY, MAY 20, 1915.���6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Mies Will Retiate  Againsi Poison Gases;  Changes in C. P. R.  It:  In the House of Lords Tuesday afternoon  I   The new C.P.R. time,   tables    have  jUst been issued and reveal somo rath  secretary V'  .vir KitWiviicb _   . ,    ,     , ... ,  said he wanted 300,000 mmm reoru��tfl"   'raP��rtant   ��hmg��*   "' tmin mi  to form new armies.  He expressed h;s con'idmoo thit ia  the very near future the n.ii-itry  would    be in a   satisfactory pi nit ion  with regard to the supply of ammuni  tion.  The secretary for war also said that  the British and Frenoh Government*  felt that the Allied troops must he adequately protocted against poisonous  gases by the employment ol similar  methods. These would remove tho  enormous and unjustifiable advantage  which must otherwise exist.  Rutland News  (from our own Correspondent.)  Tho Hev.*Gordon Tanner and Mr.  Gay left this week for the coast  attend the Methodist conferenoe.  FIRST, POS13D PHOTO OF SIH   IOHN FRENCH AT FLANDERS FRONr  Reports from London state that Sir John French will be mado a Duke  at the conclusion of the war if the Allies win, and a oash paymjat of Jl'-  000,000 will also be given him. This was recently decided by the cabinet  and approved by the king.  Not Illegal to  Deliver Monthly Bills  ���    The Postal Department    al Ottawa  has issued the following eirculur:  As repeated enquiries have been  addressed to the Department concerning the right of merchants and other  persons to deliver their bills, accounts  eto., through their personal messsngers  the   following   rules   may   serve   as  guides for postmasters and il a public:  insistent demands from every part   ot  May Intern All Enemy  Aliens in Canada  While the Canadian authorities have  hitherto exercised considerable leniency  in connection with those individuals of  German and other enemy origin who  have shown a disposition to Irtliavo  themselves, thero arc indicatbiu o' a,  early tightening up.  The Lusitania horror   has   brought  1. Bills, accounts or invoices,  whether in olossd or open addrsssed  envelopes, are letters not cuoii'pt  from the exclusive privilege of tbe  Postmaster General, and then'orc  must be transmitted through the  mails.  2. However, any merchant or person, may, by himself or his messenger,  deliver any bills, etc., of whim ho is  sender, or any letters connoraiug his  private affairs.  3. But no person may make a business of delivering such bills, etc.,  whether on behalf of one meiohant or  or several.  4. BHls, etc., not enclosed in envelopes, do not cease to be letters,  if in fact addressed to persons or delivered according to some prearranged plan,  Whieh, being interpreted, would seem  to mean that a merchant or any per  son may deliver a letter or bill himself, or may direct anyone in his employ to do so, but he may not arrange with anyone to perform tuit  service who would thereby be acting  in competition with the post office.  MUSICAL SF.BV1CF AT METHODIST  CHUROH SUNDAY EVENING  A musioal service will be given at  the Methodist churoh, Pendoii street,  on Sunday evening next. The items  are as follows:  Anthem, "Sun of Hy Soul" . Turner  Solo.    "Jesus   Lover of   My Soul,"  (Champion) Miss P. Pitt  Solo. "When   I survey   the wondrous  Cross. (Thompson). .Mr. F. Pedlar  Anthem. '.'Seek Ye the Lord." (Roller)  Solo "Peace and Beat." . . .tBatlun)   Miss F. A Pearson  Violin solo, "Cavavina"    . -v  , Raff)   Mr. Drury Pryoe  Duet. "Lovo Divine." . . . .(Stalner)  Miss F. A. Pearson and F. Pedlar  Anthem. "And the Glory of the Lord.  .., -. (Handel)  _ o   Mr. Thos. Bain, of the government  fruit inspection staff arrived in tho  city on Wednesday and will remain  for some time in the valley. This is  Mr. Bain's second visit to Kelowna,  having spent some time hen during  the fall of 1013 assisting Mr. Brydone.   O   The population of Ireland Inoraased  last year by F.000, ths first annual  gain in many years.  the country that Germans, irriNpectivo  of behavior and regardless of whether  recently naturalized or tot shall at  once be taken in hand and registered  or interned.  This, of oourse, may be an extreme  view of the situation, but news of tho  celebration ol the sinking of the great  liner in German olubs in various Canadian cities, ol the ringing of joy  bells in German communities, and ol  rejoicing in the German settlements  of the west have come to the attention  of the authorities and an investigation will follow which may lead to the  placing in concentration camps a  goodly number of those who havo  been enjoying freedom.  Meantime there is an increased inclination on the part of unnaturalized  Germans at large to seek speedy naturalization. ' It is not expected that  their application will be granted  any oase,  The situation is particularly acuta  on the Paeifio coast, where, as a re*  suit of jubilations. 181 Germans In  Vancouver and Viotoria vicinity have  been interned. Thoro are now 13,000  alien enemies, 8,000 of whom ars Germans, out on parole.  These report at regular intervals, lu  the internment camps there are 2,S00  aliens, about one-fourth of'which are  Germans.  AIRSHIP RAID ENDED BAD FOR  GERMANS  Both Zeppelins which took part jn  the raid on the British coast Sunday  night have boon destroyed, according  to two despatches published in different Loudon papers on Tuesday.  According to these advices, one of  the German raiders was seriously  damaged after attacking Calais and  fell within the Allied lines near Dunkirk, forty men aboard her being captured.  The other Zeppelin, it is reported,  waa hit by shells of a Frenoh Awtrjy-  er near Cape. Oris Nes and fell iuto  the sea, all on board losing their lives.  A new oircular bulletin has been  added to tbe literature now stocked  by the department of agriculture,  which deals with the successful raising ol geese In the province. The  bulletin haa been written by Mr. J.  H. Terry, chief poultry Instructor,  and will bs ready for distribution to  applicants wltUn a km days.  At the meeting of the Methodist  quarterly official board hold recently  the Rev. Gordon Tanner was invited  to continue his pastorate for another  year, which invitation he accepted.  The ohoir of the Methodist church  will give a song service next Sunday  evening in the absence of the pastor.  The ohoir will also visit Ellison in  the afternoon and will render the samp  servioe at 3 o'olook.  The Methodist Ladies Aid, are planning to hold a strawberry and icecream social about the third week in  June.  Church ol England servioe will be  held on Sunday afternoon at' 3 p.m  The oommittee who have arrangements in hand for the flag-raising  ceremony and sports on Victoria Day  are anxious to see a large number ol  visitors from town and the surrounding districts, and if the weather ie  at all favorable can promise to make  the day an enjoyable one. The flag-  raising will be accompanied by patriotic songs from the youngsters, speech-  making, and sports, which latter will  include a baseball game.  BLACK MOUNTAIN SCHOOL  REPORT-SECOND DIVISION  Senior Second Reader.���Martha Woolsey,. OKve White, Elva Fleming.  Junior Second Reader.���Minnie Mon  ford, Verna Ford, Noris White and Geo  Mugford, equal.  First Reader.���David Warden, Ian  MoMillan and Everett Wilson, equal;  Alan Dalgleish.  Second Primer.��� Dudley MoMillan,  John Harrison, George Elder.  First Primer.���Doras White, J essic  Plowman, Edith Wilson.  many Reaching limits  of Reinforcements  Boy Scout Entertainment  The scouts have been busy rehearsing all the week tor their concert and  oan promise a very fine evening's entertainment for their friends tomorrow. This is the ons occasion of the  year on which the scouts themselves  ask for financial assistance from tho  publio, aod according to the financial  sueeess of the concert depends the suc-  i of the annual summer camp which  is the ohief event of the year in scooting circles. This year the Penticton,  Naramata and Summerlaud troops  wish to font) a combined lamp with  Kelowna, and if this is possible it will  mean over ons hundred boys in tamp  together.  The assistant commissioner is ins|wot  ing the Kalowna troop on the Satur  day afternoon following the conoert  and all the boys' parents, friends and  ths publio will be very #elcomo at  this inspection, to be held nt ths Anglican church hall grounds.  The Rutland sohool trustees havo  also asked the Kelowna troop to take  part in a flag raising ceremony to  take place at Rutland school house on  Monday, 94th instant, at half-pest  two. The troop will gladly do this  if any ol their friends who have automobiles would be good enough to  transport them out there, anl il any  motorist oould possibly do this nnd  would notify the scout master, tbe  troop would   be very grateful to them  boat schedules  On tho lirst of June the S. 8. Sioa-  mous iB to resume the lake service  but tho times show considerable alteration. Tho up boat in the moruing  will' not be due to reach Kelowna un-  il 10 a.m., instead of 8.30 aB ut pres-  _ it. The down boat in the afternoon  Will be due at 3.35.  There will be three trains each way  -once more on the main lines, Loaving  Sicamous as follows:,  West bound.���7.16 a.m., 5.43 and  7*07 p.m.  East bound.���5.16 and 10.34 a.m.,  and 10.17 i m.  The new service on the Kettle Valley  line is also announced, but proves so  far aB Kelowna people are concerned  somewhat of a disappointment, inasmuch as at present it would take the  best part of a day longer to the coast  than tho old route via Sicamous. This  is due to the round-about way via  Spences Bridge, When the direct line  is completed to the coast it will no  doubt be found of more service to  Kelowna.  The westbound trains arrive at Penticton threo times a weok at 10 p.m.,  leaving at 8 a.m., on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. This train arrives  at Spences Bridge at 9.30 p.m. that  night, getting into Vancouver at 8 a.  m. the following morning. Thus a  peraon leaving Kelowna by the ufter-  noon boat for Pentioton on Monday  aftornoon would get to Vancouvor at  8 a.m., Wednesday,���just a day lator  than if he had gone up Monday morning to Sicamous.  The east bound trains on the K.V.R.  leave Penticton at 6.30 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  ENGLAND'S CALL TO ARMS *  Throughout the United  Kingdom the street cars are being used lo  vertise for recruits for Kitchener's aimy.  ad-  Agricultural Education  in Public Schools  A despatch to the London Moruing  Post from the North of France says:  *There are signs that the Germans  have reached the limits ol their available reinforcements. The extraordinarily heavy losses which. they recently  Buffered (they are said to have a casualty list of 11*0,000 in connection  with the last battle of Ypres alone)  have upset all their plans for a renewed onslaught.  "Meanwhile there is a tremendous  artillery action in progress, and there  is no longer any doubt that the Allies are obtaining the mastery over  the German gunners. As regards thc  Frenoh advance on Lens, there is reason to believe that General Jollro,  with his accustomed level-headed caution, has been most conservative in  his official statements ol the advance  claimed.  'The readjustment of the British Hue  north of Ypres has proved of groat  advantage to the British and their  Allies. It has given the British a  muoh sounder base and has rendered  any offensive movement by the tier-  mans so costly to them that thoy  have practically ceased to attempt any  since.  Notwithstanding the difficulties tnat  the Yaer presents because the German  right bank is considerably higher than  the Franco-Belgian left bank, ths river has been crossed at various points,  and the enemy'h positions have or in  carried at the point ol the bayonet.  All along the line, in a word, the continuous blows dealt by the Allies aro  viBiblv producing an effect now."   O   MAY BE NO PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION THIS YEAR  Unless the Knanoial horizon showi  a marked improvement and definite  assurances are forthcoming that tlis  war will end shortly, there will be  no provincial exhibition held in 1915.  The direotors met last week to discuss the project and unanimously decided to endorse the resolution ol llw  executive that the fair should not lie  held. Later a qualifying motion, filing the executive power to act should  things brighten, was passed.   O   s  The marriage took place this morning at the Presbyterian manse of Chas.  Edward Best and Miss Lillian Getty,  both of Oyama.  Agreements havo been entered into  between the Dominion department of  agriculture and two ol the provincial  governments to provide for impel tant  advances in agricultural instruction  under the Agricultural act. Ontario  and British Columbia are the two provinces with which agreements hi  been made so far, but agreements with  the other provinces are on the way  near future.  The Ontario agreement provides for  and will probably be completed in the  an expenditure of (266,013.05. A good  part of this amount will be spent on  the extension work already in progress.  The British Columbia programme  provides for an outlay of $53,265.94,  out of wbioh tho usual demonstration  work will be carried on and t*15,HI'il  will be used for agricultural instruction in the public and high soli' els of  the province.  The Rev. J, C. Switzer is this week  attending tho Methodist conference at  Now Westminster.  The Vernon-Edgewood road is to be  completed by interned aliens now under guard at Vernon, according lo information from Viotoria and an engineer from Victoria will organize lhe  working force in conjunction with Major Clarke, the offioer in charge oi in  ternment operations at Vernon.  Monday, May 24th, will be an open  day to the public at the Bankhead  goll links, and all interested are invited. There are to be open and handicap events, lor both ladies and gentlemen, commencing at 9.30 a.m., the  prizes for which aro being donated by  the merchants in town.  AU contributions for the Country  Girl's Hospital Aid sale of work, cake  fruit and candies, whieh is to be hold  at Mr. Challenor's house, "Woodlawn"  Burne avenue on the 20th inst., should  be in the hands ol Miss Irene father,  526 Harvey avenue, Miss M. Dykes,  106 Parke avenue or Miss Hewetson,  Glennwood avenue, not later than tho  27th, alao the articles entered for the  competition. Cakes and other eatables  however may be brought in on the  morning of the 29th.  Splendid Program for  Tuesday's Concert  Below is given the program ror the  piano and violin   recital to be given  ��� at the Aquatic club on Tuesday even-  > ing. May 26th at 8.30 p.m.  I This program has been very caretul-  ly selected by many well known Musicians and will bo rendered in aid ol  the local Rod Cross Society. The ea-  tortainment is open to ue general  publia and will no doubt be largely  patronized, not only for the su'.oy  ment derived from such occasions but,  also, to assist the worthy cause for  which it ia being held.  The price of admission has boon  placed at twenty-fice oents, making it  within the reach of all.  THE PROGRAM  Pianoforte solos:���  "Conoert Study No. 3." . . LUit  "Marche Funebre"  .... Chopin  "Soherzo No. 2." Chopin  MISS ALISON  H0GAJIT1I  Violin solos:���  "Romanze."     Rios  "Adagio" R'ea  MR. DRl'RY PRYCE.  Pianoforte solo:���  '"Polonaise." Chopin  MR. HERBERT 0. SMl'IH  Pianoforte and Violini��� ,  "Sonata No. 9. (Kreutzcr Honatt,   Beetho.un  MISS ALISQN HOGARTH  and MR. DRL'RY PRY'']"  Pianoforte solos:���  "Romanze" Schumann  "Khapsodie,'' Brahms  MR, HERBERT C. SMI HI.  VioHn solos:���  "Logende" Wicnawski  "I,e Prociouso , . Conform Kreisler  "Vtnriations on a Corolli Theme,"   Tartim Kreisler  MR. DRURY PRYCE.  Aoconipaniments by Mr. Harold Tod  Boyd.  GOD SAVE THE KING  ELLISON SCHOOL REPORT  APRIL  FOR  Pupils attending ..              28  Average daily attendanoe . . .  23.71  Senior IV.���Stanley Silke, Lois Ho-  muth, Elisabeth Conroy.  Junior IV.���Annie Conroy, Eunice  Teather, Ernest Homuth.  Third Reader.���Arthur Geen, Frank  Guest, Louis Hereron.  Second Reader.���Agnes Conroy, Percy Goon, Herbert Teather.  First Render.���Robert Molnnes.  First Primer.���Stanley Teather, Alex  Booth.  GOOD TEMPLARS WILL HOLD  PICNIC ON EMPIRE DAY  Mrs. H. W. Swordfager, Supt. ol  Juvenile Purity Temple No. 26, of tSo  International Order ol Good Templars  takes this nw.ins of inviting all rai-n-  bera of families of members ol Juvenile Temple, to unite with then* and  the Senior T.odgo in a basket picnic lo  be held in tho grove near the exhib*.  tion grounds on Monday, May 24th,  Victoria Day. A 11 intending joining in  this -outing aro requested to bring  baskets and meet at tha Lodge room  promptly at 10 o'olook in the fire-  noon. An excellent program ol spoils  raoes, etc, is being provided and pivot  will be givon tho winners.   O   BIRTH  LAWLEY.-On Saturday, May 1.1th, to  Mr. aad Mre. Ernest Lawley, a  daughter. PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1915  KELOMNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kelowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIFriON RATES  JJ !.���'*!)    per   year;    76e.,    six    months.   United  Sititc-i 60 centa additional.  All lubscrlptioni payable in advance  Subscribers ut the regular rate ran have  extra papera limited to trlends at a distance  nt HALF BATE. i.e.. 7B cents per year.  Thin special privilege Is granted lor the  uurpose ol advertiiitii! tbe citv ind district.  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 25 cents per Column Inch per week.  LAND AND TIMBER N0TIOE8-80 dave. 15;  lit i  daya >7.  WATER NOTICES-I9 lor live insertions.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Flrat insertion. 12  cents per line: each subseuuunt InHertion. 8  cents  per  line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cents  uer word first insertion, 1 cent per word  each subsequent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inohes  and under. SO cents per inch lirst insertion  over two Inches 40 centB per inch flrdt insertion: 20 cents Der inch each subsequent  insertion.  AH chances in contract ndvertisementa must  be in the hands ol the printer by Tuesday  evening to ensure publication in the noxt  issue.  THE HOSPITAL PROBLEM  (GILLETTSi  b*t�� LYF ��.�����  1     CLEANS-DISINFECTS  Cracow in thc  Heart of Poland  If you take nny man in ordinary  good robust health, one of the hardest things is to convince him of. tho  necessity fof making provision for possible ill-health. If he feels strong and  vigorous with the good rod blood  coursing through 1hb veins, ho hates  to let his mind even contemplate Imposition, should accident or disease  overtake him. He is nearly alwuya  caught unprepared. And in some respects communities are the snmo. Kelowna has happily a good record in the  matter of health. We live in a hnul-  thy country and n healthy olimii'e,  but at the same time wo need our hospital, and like some other things,  when wo need it, we need it 'awful  bad." It would be a bad day for Kolowna, whether tho man in the street,  or the smart Alec critic wherever he  may bo, realm* it or not, if tho hospital should be compelled to close its  doors.  Just now tho hospital board ara  finding it a hard problem to make  ends meet, nnd the end where the debits aro bids fair to get, away out of  sight of tht* shrinking credit ond.  Scarcity of money generally, and possibly somo not altogether fair, discontent nnd criticism hns reduced voluntary  subscriptions, and lack of patients has  reduced the earned revenue. This is n  condition which no business or Institution enn stand long, unices it has n  reserve of capital, and the hospital  has not. To leave debts unpaid is  not fair to the creditors, and beau to  it would mean trouble sooner or liter.  Unless, conditions improvo then, tho  directors arc Heinously considering  closing up.  There nre only    two ways in which  more revenue can come to tho hospl-  '   till���by   moro   generous   subscriptions  and by greater use being marie of its  facilities by paying patients.  In' regard to tho first little need be  snid���except this: if there are any  regular suhscrjlwrs who have felt disposed to with-hold their support on  account of adverse tales and jritioism  thoy nre taking a wrong stand. Let  them get closer to facts than more  street talk, nnd if thoy aro still dissatisfied, then let thorn got after (ho  directors. Tn nine enscs out of ton  such yurns wil] bu found to DO nil  moonshine, prolmbly started by some  person who has Invn asked to pay his  just debts.  Al to moro use being made of the  hi-Hpitnl, that is a point which lmj  not beon urgod vory much. For in  stance it does not seem to have boon  generally realized that in connection  wilh the general hospital there is a  ��� maternity branch which for convenience, equipment and supervision tl  second to none in B.C. The charges  from 92 to $3 per day or $3.50 for a  private ward are low enough to make  it a real economy to make uso of the  hospital! not to mention the superior  convenience. This is a dolicato mib-  ject and we are conscious of n dosha  to.handle it carefully, but it is a matter* of surprise that the facilities offered by the maternity hospital aro not  made more uso of���that ib���er-^woll���  you know what we mean.  It seems curious, perhaps, for a hospital to be going after business but  the fact remains that if a little more  use were made of it, most of its financial problems would be solvod.  The hospital, both general and ma  ternity, are open 'or inspection at certain hours, and the secretary, Mr. A.  P. McKenzie, whom office is in the  Leckie Block, will, give information at  any time.  For Benefit of British  Prisoners in Germany  From timo immemorial prisoners of  war havo evoked pity and sympathy.  Tho agony and humiliation of the British prisoners must bo indoHcribnbl;,  and galling. Hut from thnt state of  suffering thoro can be no redress, it  being part of the fortunes of war, but  the lack of comforts and food stands  in a different category. This want  will grow in volume and intensity as  tho days go by.  As n result of an official organization having been created recently to  carry parcels to tho British prisoners  in Germany, insuring proper transmission through a neutral carrier, the  "Kkaki" maga'/ino of Imperial llov.so,  Kingsway, London, has started a fund  to supply food and comforts for those  who have no relatives or friends to  look after them, as it is known that  these poor fellows are not getting a  proper supply ot food.  An appeal is made to you for two  dollars only, as there are so many demands made upon you in other directions. This money will go for the  diroot benefit of prisoners, as there is  no cost of transmission and no wnste  of any description, information having  been established-showing the kind of  food and clothing etc., whioh can be  sent without confiscation by tho German government.  This appeal should get a large response as there is no other fund which  deals with this particular condition.  Tho "Khaki" magizine and Cabled  News Sheet was created primarily ns  a gift for tho Overseas soldiers, bringing them late news from their homes.  It is now supplying, freo of charge, in  addition to tho soldiers at tho front  and in training, the various hospitals  in Kngland and France, as well aB the  Grand Old Fleet. It is a purely patriotic endeavor and in no way commercial.  When tho "Khnki" magizine ��vas  founded, amongst the many who gave  their support and expressions of goodwill for thi* work it had undertaken,  woro: The Duke of Wellington, K.G.;  Tho Duke of Manchester; First Lord  of the Admiralty; Countess of Zetland;  I.ndy LoveUj Mrs. Leopold de Rothschild; Lieut. General Sir Robert Badeu-  Powell, K.O.V.0.'] Right Hon. Austen  Chamberlain, 1 I'.C.M.P.; Lord Desbor-  ough; Karl of Essex; Viscount ilryce;  Lord Willoughby do Broke; Earl ol  Ronnltlshny; Viscount Milner; Earl of  Kintore, Sir Gilbert Parker, M.l'.; 8k  William Bull, MiP.j Mr. Evelyn Cecil,  M.P.j Right Hon. Sir Charles Johnston, Lord Mayor of London; Right  Hon. J, K. Rayner, Lord Mayor o f  Liverpool; Right Hon. W. fi. Bowator,  Lord Mayor ot Birmingham; Right  Hon. .fames Taggart, Lord Provost of  Aberdeen; Right Hon. Crawford Mo-  Cullagh, Lord Mayor of Belfast.  All subscriptions will be published in  this paper and you nro requested to  send yours to nny office of the Royal  Bank of Canada, nnd mark it "Khaki  Prisoners' Fund." The subscriptions  will nlso be duly acknowledged in the  magn/ine nnd various newspapers in  Kngland from timo to time.  LA RGB QUANTITIES OF WAR MATERIAL WILL BE PRODUCED IN CANADA  Word has boon received at Ottawa  that a representative of the British  government is coming to Canada tu  engage machinist* to work on the  manufacture of ammunition, i'here  have been many unemployed machinists in the west. Orders have been  given in every city but one in Western Canada amounting to ovor ten  million dollars in value. This is exclusive of Winnipeg, whore enormous  orders have been plaoed.  Tho shell committee has been work  ing on tho question of placing western  ordorB for somo tirtie^, and every company whioh has facilities which could  be utilized has been given a ihnre of  contracts. Ten Vanoouver firms share  in the contracts, five Viotoria, and  other cities accordingly. The placing  of those ordors will greatfy help the  unemployed of western Canada  Around tho ancient capitnl i�� Poland, Cracow, which tho Russians  hope to capture, clusters most "f the  glorious memories of that last but  not forgotten kingdom.  There for more than four hundred  years tho kings of Poland wore  crowned and buried, and f>r more  thnn three hundred years it w,is their  sent of government. There lis buried  dan Sobleski, who delivered Vienna  ���and Hereby all Europe��� <>! the  Turks; Pnntatowski, the famous gen-  oral, who became one of .napoleon's  marshals; Mioklewicz, tho poet of  Poland, und Kosciusko, the pi. t not  hero of the Polos.  Tho tombs of all four are in the  Stanislas Cathedral, a beautiful  Gothic church, built in 1859, thnt  crowns tho Wavel, a rocky bill thut  rises on tho odgo of the town. Thero  are other fine churches in the city  the Auguatininn and Dominican  among them; and thero is clso the  great Royal Castle, which was lung  tho residence of tho kings of Poland  which fell to tho uses of a Diw.To.cki  after tho kingdom was divided, ana  which has within tho last titcy yesi'fl  been restored.  Tho city also contains a very famous old university, which dates from  11164, nnd in ago is second onlv lo)  Prague among tho universities (f Europe.  Tho intellectual and artistic uc-  hiuvements of the Poles and tho Bir  hemians, attained six centuries nnd  moro ago, show that tho Slav is gap-  able of tho highest things. He is  weakest perhaps in the organization  of government, for Poland, long the  bulwark of civilization against the  Tartar and tho Turk, foil at last because of tho endless dissensions  among its bravo and /brilliant nobility.  Cracow itself was founded about  700 A.Df Moro thnn onco it was destroyed by the Tartars , rebuilt and  recolonized by Polish, Gorman and Do  hemian settlers.  From 1305 to 1610 it wob tho oapital of Poland; later it was part ol  the grand duchy of Warsaw, and from  1815 to 1816 it was, with its immediate neighbor, n free and neutral stato,  a distinction it lost when internal disorders gave Austria an excuse to Step  in and tako possession of the town.  One of tho most interesting things in  Cracow is Kosciusko Hill, a mound of  earth on tho top of the Borislava hill.  It is made of handfuls of earth  brought by Poles from overy corner  of the Kingdom, and thrown together  to fonn a memorial to the PolWn pu-  riot, composed of tho sod. of the  country he loved so well. Across the  river Vistula on Knukus Hill thero is  a similar mound, which is saii to lie  almost twelve hundred years old; it  was, so tradition sayB, raised in ths  same way to tho memory of Krukus,  tho Slavic prince who foiudei tho  city.  If the war results in an nut-mom vis  or semi autonomous Kingdom pi Poland, Warsaw instead of Crnwcow may  bo its capital, since it is -i ore tot**  trally situate 1 and mir-h large. Hut  to the patriotic Pole, Crawoow is always the spiritual centre of his fatherland���tho "heart of Poland."  Reports from Constantinople confirm  the discovery of a plot, originated by  Armenians and Turks opposed to the  new regime, to assassinate tho Sultan,  Envcr Pasha, Field Marshal von Der  Goltz and General Limnn von Sanders,  REPLACING THE RUSSIAN VODKA  SHOPS  A Router despatch from Petrograd  says: "As n substitute for tho vodka  shops, which havo boon abolished,  there have boen erected in the opeu  places throughout Russia 'People's  Palaces' and smaller buildings where  tho people mny meet for entertain-  tmmt nnd instruction. Considerable  progress has already been made iu  carrying out this schermo, the scale of  which oan be inferred fsnm the fact  that in the govvrnment of Poltava  alone 300 of thoso popular recreation  plaoes have been opened or projected.  The contain reading rooms and halls  in which concerts, exhibitions and other entertainments pan bo givon."  Despite the heavy fighting of the lust  fow wooks, s ays the Times, General  Joffre haB not yet struck his blow.  Enormous British nnd French resorves  have not yet been near the fighting  line. ,  Flighting in tho Dardanelles continues vigorously and the losses on both  sides are probably very heavy. Tho  Allied forces aro concentrating their  efforts on tho capture of two heights  that overlook the approaches to, tho  narrows. Tho Turks are offering resistance, but the steady advance of  tho Allies under terrible fire from their  ships is said to be weakening the morale of the Ottoman troops and thoir  confidence in thoir German preceptors.  Camera  Days  The valley is filled  with wonderful views,  which you can catch  and keep b..- means of  a camera.  All people should use  a camera. It is .cfining  and educational, and it  is a most interesting  diversion.  We stock Kodaks  and  all   Supplies.  P. B. Willits & Co.  NYAL DRUGGISTS  Phone 19  Kelowna. B.C.  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorles8  when in  use  Sanitary at  all times  ���   Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Boerd of Trade Office  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leave, Kelowna 9 a.n., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leave* Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  Saturday Specials  Summer Socks, 3 pairs 50c  Children's Straw Hats  Fresh Peanut Butter Kisses  25c per lb.  B.C. Variety Syndicate  The Home of Dig VJues  Bernard Ave. Kelowna  o��  ENGRAVING-  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ARE NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA BY THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN TO THE WORLD  THE "ACID BLAST" PROCESS  MAKES VOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK   HANUrACIUKD IN 4l.sll.KN CANADA  By ihiCuiahd-Dirbli.hgJt  IGOR   WOFUD   'il i)<-  /���bunts  THE KELOWNA RECORD  TO ARRIVE NEXT WEEK  Pure Eastern  Maple Syrup  This Syrup is the Pure Sap  of the maple tree boiled  down. It is not the kind  that goes through evaporating plants, but is direct from  a farmer who knows how-  to make Pure Syrup  Book your order RIGHT NOW before  it is all sold.   Guaranteed to be the  best that ever came to this city  THESlWEOrPULNl  PHONE 35 PHONE 35  FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON MONTHLY ACCOUNTS  Builders* & Masons' Supplies  Hard and Soft Coal  Phone  66  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Printed Butter  Wrappers  According to the new  Dominion Government  regulations ell farmers  who sell butter either  to the stores or privately, are required to have  it properly covered in  a wrapper on which.  MUST appear in prominent letters the'words  "DAIRY BUTTER."  Tha fact is also emphasised that all butter  in such packages must  be of the full net weight  of sixteen ounces, and  in default of tame a  fine of from $10 to $30  for each offence is imposed. Whey butter  must bs so labelled  even when mixed with  dairy butter, and dairy  butter retains it* label  though it be mixed  with the creamery pro-  duet.  You can be supplied  with neatly - printed  wrappers for your  butter at the Kelowna  Record Office, for the  following prices:  100pap^lS�����$1.50  200  500  1000  >��  2.00  2.75  3.75  These prices include Both ihe  Paper, which is the best obtainable  for Ihe purpose, and the Printing  of same.   Please note this.  Kelowna Record THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1018  KELOWNA   RECORD  PAGE TESXI  KELOWNA OPER> HOUSE  Monday, May 24t||  Special Engagement of the  '1915 FOLLIES'  " The .how wilh * repuUtion."  Presenting a miscellaneous programme of originalities  including their acknowledged success  "The Follies in France"  Rend what lhe coast paper. My  Prices:' $1,75 cents aftd 50 cents  Plan and aeat sale at Crawford's Store  Communications  *Kffitf"Ce(r*0BI��rM*38ie36^  .,     ij ;y  ��� Mr. A. H. B. Ferrier and baby  daughter of Pentioton were amongst  the victims ol the Lusitania. Mra.  Fcrrior was rescued.  Lloyd's 'Weekly says that Detective  Pierpont ol Liverpool arrested three  Germans aboard the Lusitania. When  the ship was torpedoed they were  drowned.  B.C. Fruit Industry and It's  future  I gave my reasons in my last letter  lor my belief that there was a splendid future for our fruit growing industry. The best of its kind.grown on  the continent, proximity to markets,  splendid service by rail, natural pre-  cooling in transit, fair protection an<J  a. growing sentiment among the buy-  ing public favoring our goods.  Some will ask: having these advant.  ages where is the money? Why debit,  notes at the end of the season? Why  haven't we change to jingle in our  pockets to hear the music and (eel the  comfort of? Our own fault, our short  sighted policy of producing without  limit and not developing our market  at the same time. Our needless losses  in the past three seasons are, I believe  Conservatively estimated ut $600,000  in the goods sent to Alberta and Saskatchewan .alone. In 1912 we lost  1300,000 in needless waste and $100,-  000 in over expense in marketing; in  1013, $75,000 in ovor expense in marketing and $36,000 in waste. About  the same figures will apply lo the  marketing of the 1914 crop. Our losses in not having our own by-products  plants, any one in the valley can estimate. The demand for cider, vinogni',  jams, apple butter, evaporated fruits,  crushed fruits, fruit syrups, etc,   oan  be  store.  by  You  going into any gi'ocijry  will   find these "goods  ooming from London, Pittsburg ind  from Ontario. Coming that long distance, paying freight and duty, do you  not think we can compote with these  people, thus utilizing what would bfch-  erwiso bo waste?  I have given an estimate of out  needless loss in Alberta and49askat"he-  wan as haK a million dollars in * the  past threo years. If we add to thai,  what we havw lost in the same way of  marketing in Manitoba, arid the ooast  with an estimate added ot. wasted byproducts, it will bring our newUess  losses up to the million mark! Startling figures in these hard times, but  just do a little figuring for yourself  and sec what you make of it. '  Now let ub see how this loss could  have boen avoidod. We will go back  to 1908. Wo knew then an immense  amount of stuff would soon have ' to  be marketed. Did we send out a committee of shrewd, able business men,  not necessarily fruit iften, to investigate the markets, find out what it-  coBt to market, how that cost oonld  be reduced, how needless waste could  bo eliminated, what by-products could  be sold, what margins the wholesalers  and retailers took? Having suoh reliable first hand information to work on  did we adopt a real business like distributing and marketing plan? ffE  DID NOT! We took chances. Baok  from IM8, we would sometimes soil a  car of fruit at a good price. If th'*  markets were favorable, when it-  reached its destination, well and good:  if not, wo got a wire: "Fruit in bad  condition, wire instructions." The only  thing we could do was   to wire, "D<>  Prices that Bring the People  and Sell the Goods at Rae's Closing-Out of Richmond Stock  JVearestill hammering away at the Price-Cutting and Getting Out the Goods  Dry Goods Dept Men's Furnishings  Ladies' Best Lisle Thread Gloves, colors White, Tan, Greys,  ��� Blacks, teg. 35c and 40c.    Sale price  , '..25c  Ladies' Black  Cashmere Hose,  summer, weight, res;.   35c,  . and 40c quality.   Saleprice , 25c per pair  Ladies' Cotton Hose, colors White, Tan and Black, guaranteed fast dyed, reg. 30c quality. Sale price 2 prs 45c  Gingham, reg. 15c and 18c qualities. Sale price 12Jc peryd.  Ladies'   Corset   Covers,   lace   trimmed,  sizes  32   to  42.  Special���Sale price .'     ....25c  Apron Gingham, 39 ins. wide, regular ISc and 20c quality  Saleprice \   13c yd.  Best English print (fast dyes), reg. 15c and   ISc quality.  *        Saleprice I21cyard  Pillow Slips, reg. 20c.   Saleprice         15c  Coates' Thread, White  and  Black,  No.'s  10, 12, 16, 24,  30.   Half price ' 2Jc each  Papers Pins, reg. 5 c.   Saleprice        2 for 5c  White Bed Spreads, full size, reg. $ 1.75.   Sale price   .. .$1.25  Boot and Shoe Dept.  Men's Gunmetal and Box Calf Boots, in all sizes, reg.  $4.50and $5. Sale-price .$3.25  Men's Vici Kid Boots, reg. $3.50 and $4. Sale price.. $2.25  Men's High Cut Boots, reg. $5 and, $5.50. Sale price $3.50  Men's Strathcona Horse, high cut, reg. $9.50. Sale... $5.95  Men's Cowhide. Boots in odd sizes, reg, $2.5(Wnd $3 $1.25  .Men's English Boots, reg. $7.    Sale-price  $4.95  Men's fine Box Calf! reg. $5 and $5.50, now  $3.95  Men's Cushion Sole Boots, reg. $6.50 and $7.   Sale.., $4.95  Little Boys Boots, sizes 8 to 11, reg. $2.50.    Sale  $1.65  Box Calf Boors, sizes 11, 12, 13 and I, reg. $2.50 and $3, and  Boys' Heavy Grain School Shoes, Leckie's make. reg.  $3.50 (sizes I to 3).   Saleprice  $2.65  Boys' fine Box Calf Boots, sizes I to 5. reg. $3.50  $2.50  Little Gents'Boots in all sizes, reg. $2.75. Sale price $1.95  Men's Walk-Overs, in Black or Tan, low shoes, reg.  $6.50 Saleprice   $3.95  Men'a Box Calf Low Shoes, Goodyear welts, reg,  $5.25. Sale price  $3.50  Men's Slippers, reg. $1.50 and $1.75.    Saleprice  $1.00  Men's Pullman Slippers, reg. $2.50.   Saleprice...  $1.65  ��� Ladies'  Pumps, Tans and Blacks, reg. $3.50 and $4.' Sale  price        ..' $2.45  Ladies' Oxfords, Tans and Blacks, reg. $3.50 and $4.00.  Saleprice         $2.45  Ladies' Walk-Over Boots, reg. $5,  $5.50 and  $6.    Sale  price     $2.50  Ladies' High Rubber Boots, reg. $3 50, for .....$2.25  Ladies' fine Vici Kid and Box Calf Boots, or Patent Leather  reg. $5 and $5.50. Saleprice        $3.45  Ladies' Onostrajj  Slippers, low heel, comfortable last, reg.  $2.50.   Saleprice $1.50  Children's Box Calf Boots, reg. $2.25.   Sale price ...$1.50  Children's  Dongola   Button Boot., reg. $1.50 and  $1.75.  Sale price .........       ./.   $1.10  Ladies Dancing Slippers,  reg, .$4 and $4.50, best English  makes.  Sale prices $2.50 and $2.75  Reg. 25c Polishes 5c  Two-in-One Polish ,.,..,', 5c  UNDERWEAR  Men's Summer Underwear, reg. 65c.   Sale.  35c  Men's Fine Mesh Underwear, reg. 75c.    Sale  45c  Men's Natural  Wool, medium weight and light weight, reg.  '       $1.25 and $1.50.   Sale ;  95c  Men's Light Wool  in summer weights, the very finest make,  reg.$2.   Sale '.   $1.25  Men's Silk and Wool, in Penman's Ellis' and Turnbull's, reg.  .       $2.50/ Sale :   $1.50  SHIRTS  Men's Fine Outing Shirts, reg. $1.50.   Sale  95c  Men's Working Shirts, reg. $ I and   $1.25.   Sale   75c  Men's Ceylon Flannel Shirts, reg. $1 and $1.25.   Sale...  75c  Men's Silk and Wool Shirts, reg. $4 and $4.50,   Sale..  $2.25  Men's English Flannel, reg. $4.   Sale   $2.50  Men's Hickory Shirts, reg. $2.50.   Sale    $1.75  Men's Fine Dress Shirts, reg, $ 1.50.   Sale   75c  HOSE  'Men's Hose in great variety, at, per pair    15c  Men's SilkTand Lisle thread, reg. 50c and 60c, per,pair 35c  Men's Fine Cashmere Hose, reg. 35c and 40c, per pair.. 25c  Men's Fine Llama, reg, 50c pair, 3 pairs for     $1  Men's Cotton Sox, 3 pairs for;  25c  , HATS  Men's Summer Hals, in light weight and colors, reg. $2.50.  Saleprice     95c  Man's Working Straw Hals, reg. 25c.   Saleprice   10c  Men's Canvas Hats, reg. 75c and 90c.   Sale price  50c  Men's Panama Hats, reg. $8.50.    Sale price   $5.50   reg. $6.50       ",.   $4.50   reg. $5.00  $3.50^  John B. Stetson Hats, reg. $4.50.   Saleprice  $2.65  Men's Fine Imported Hats, reg. $3.50.   Sale price ... $1.95  MISCELLANEOUS  Men's Braces, reg. 50c and 60c.    Sale price  35c  Men's Braces, reg. 35c and 40c.   Sale  25c  Men's Outing and Tennis Pants, reg. $ 1.75.   Sale price... $ I  Men's Flannel Pants.   Sale price One-third off regular  Men's Suits in lines at  Hair-Price  Men's Blue Worsted Suits at...     One-third off  Men's Pants in Dark Colors and Light Homespuns-  Reg. $3.50 i   Saleprice   $2.50  Reg. $4.00;   Saleprice    $3.00  Reg.$5.00;   Saleprice   $3.50  Reg.$6.50i   Reprice ?....'.   $4.95  Men's White Overalls and Jumpers, reg. 75c,   Sale   45c  Man's good Working Coats and Jumpers, reg. $1 50   95c  Men's Best Overalls, reg. $ 1.50.   Sale price  $1.15  RAE'S  Selling Out of the Richmond Stock  Bought from the assignee at a-low rate on the $  the best you oan/' A literal interpretation of thia message would be:  "Do us as hardf as your conscience will  allow." Hatl we in 1908 begun a systematic way to-develop our markets  ourselves,* or to see, and insist thnt  jobbers and ��� commission men were doing this for us; that they were wording on a reasonable margin of profit;  that if they found the markets hoary  because they had over bought, - they  must stand this loss themselves instead of wiring us our fruit had ar-'  rived in bad condition; and taking  such losHt'a out of us���had we done  this the glut of 1912 would not havo  taken place as it did. Jobbers are  like any other individuals. They tako  chances on a king margin of profit  when the risk is great, when thoy  know if the venture turns out bud  they nan pass the loss on to someone else; but if it,'s a certainty they  will have to absorb nny losses themselves, they' will not take the risks.  Mud ,tlie jobber* known that any tosses in 1912 would have been theirs the  markets would not havo been glutted  with American fruit beforo ours came  on.  1913 was no glut. A short crop  year and a hungry market. In 1014  there was no glut and it wns a hfeHvy  crop year. We won our markets iu  1912, but were persuaded that wc were  beaten and that it would be necessary  for us to pay a long prico for marketing or wo would again face a ('.tut  of American fruit. Wo would nothiiv--  had to face an American glut hut we  did faco an American bluff and tho  bluff won.  Let meBtato a few of'the principle  of a fruit jobber: "Buy only on a  hungry market; ��� on a heavy market  tako only on consignment, take no  losses, pass them on to the shipper.  Take profits today, tomorrow thero  may be none.'* Tf theso are good  principles the exact reverse should bo  good principles for the shipper: consign on the hungry market, sell on  tho full one, and make the jobber  tako his own risks.  I will endeavor to make this plainer.  On a hungry market know what your  stuff is worth, sell it at that prico,  and bo in a position to protect tbo  sale at destination. Remember always thnt whon a jobber buys he i is  entitled to a .profit. He should have  cost of handling, protection from risk  of falling market, nnd reasonable waste  A buyer has to have a larger margin  than a commission merchant. When  consigning have an agreement that  the commission merchant does not  have goodf of his own to sell in \>va-  .ference to yours or hold yours back  while disposing of his own, you taking  loss of deterioration and falling markets; that he must not handle competitive goods from outside points,  either on'consignment or straight purchase, the penalty being the toss of  your consignments.  Just remember that the middlemen  should be an economic factor. The  jobber and commission houses have  largo investments, keep office, wire-  house, salesmen, invoicing and collecting staffs. These wo cannot do  without, as it is manifestly impossible  for us to do this work ourselves  In my next letter I will endeavor to  show how those pan become an economic factor and where neodleis losses  can be avoided.  , Yours' truly,  t J. W. WOOLSEY.  Corporation of  The City of Kelowna  Public notice ia. hereby given,that,  hereafter, the. Municipal Council ol the  Corporation of the City ol Kelowiia  will refuBe to pay for services rendered  or goods supplied to them or their  employees, when the number of ths  official requisitions for such services or  goods are not entered opposite the  several items on the bill for same when  rendered.  Tho snid Corporation hereby disclaims nny liability lor goods supplied  or services rendered, 'when an official  requisition covering same is nol hold  by the vendor. All requisitions must  be signed by the City Clerk.  G. H. DUNN.  Kolqwna, B. C. '    City Clerk.  May 1st, 19115. 21-7  Corporation of  The City of Kelowna  TENDEBS FOB COKDWOOD  Tenders will be received by the undersigned, up to five o'clock in the  afternoon on Tuesday, 1st June, for  supplying tho City with a quantity 61  cordwood Said wood must be* cut,  oiled, an., ready for hauling on or be  foro July 15th; l'JIS. Prices quoted  to covfcr delivery of tho wood at lho  City's Power House. Tenderers to  give lull particulars ol the wood thoy  propose to supply, and state the number of cords they can deliver. The  lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted,  ���G. H. DUNN,  Kolowna, B. C. City Clerk.  May 10th, 1015. > 28 7  NOTICE  Notice is hereby givon that tho business heretofore carried oh by. the undersigned in partnership at Kelownu,  B.C., u. Electrical Contractors and Hi-  cycle dealers, undor the firm name o!  James 4s Trenwith, hos been dissolved  by mutual consent. The undorsignod  James H. Trenwith will hentJofoith  carry $n the business alone, and will  discharge the liabilities of the late  lirm, and all monies duo tho late lirm  are to be paid to him.  CLAUD H, JAMES.  JAMES H. TRENWITU  Dated the 30th dav of April, 1913.  lo-S  NOTICE  All accounts, and all professional t c-  counts, owing to the undersignod, are  to bo paid to Mr. H. G. M. Wilson,  who is empowered to collect, and to  give receipts for same.  JAMES GABVIE MoNAUGHTON  C.M.,M.R.C.,M.D.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meetings every Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m.,  at the residence of S. M. Cora, Patterson Av.  Public invited.    Lending library.   0.   Jt. C. Noyos of Naramata, and Herbert Vivian of Sicamous wero among  the list of killed in Franoe, and Vul  entino Hiokn ol Peachland among the  woundod.    Private G. A.  Mitchell    of  Armstrong has died of wounds.  W. B. PEASE.  President  S.M. GORE. Sec.  P.O. Box 38��  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furnished for all classes  of work  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  Friday, May 21st, 1915  Kelowna Troop of Boy Scouts'  Annual Entertainment  ^Curtain at 6.15 prompt  Singing,        Drilling,        Gymnastics,        Sketches  Presentation of Medal and Badges by  The Hon. Rer. T. R. Heneage  *.     Asst. Commissioner ol British Columbia  POPULAR PRICES      ,  Reserved Seats, 73c      Gen. Admis., 50c     Children, 25c  Reserved Sett Plan at Crawford's Store  mimmMX,..^ PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA   RECORD  TBimsn��gr, uw?,��; ins  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., LtA  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard-  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Ulack.mithing done.      Weighbri<l|;e.     Oat. crushed.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoea, Apples, &c, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.    Plione 2202 i   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  City Office:  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12 i   I to 5.30. excepting Thuraday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 580  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  your lumber needs.  We have  a  large  stock  of  local  and   coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  I Want to Say  tli.it when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean/  EVERYTHING made   of  Leather���including Harness, Boots  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c. *  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  THOMLINSON, Harnetunaker  Phone - 347  WATER. STREET  KELOWNA  Next door to 25c Store  "MADE IN CANADA"  Ford Touring Car  Price $590  Your neighbor chives a Fold��� why don't  you) We are selling more Fords in  Canada this year than eveV before���  because Canadians demnnd the best in  motor rnr service, al the lowest possible  cost. I he " Made in Canada" Ford is  a necessity���not a luxury.  Runabout $540; Town Car piice on application.  All Ford car. ore fully equipped., including  electric headlights. No cars sold unequipped.  Uuyera of Ford cars will slime in our profit, if  we ��ell 30,000 car. between August I, 1914,  and August I, 1915.  BUKBANK  MOTOR CO. -  KELOWNA, B.C.  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  km.    JVnl  F. B. Hirst, formerly of the power  house staff loft yesterday morning lor  England.  , ,  .  *   *   *  . Mr. Bort Treadgold lelj. on Tueadiv  morning - for Vernon where he expect  to join the military forces now cor.  contrating at that point.  * #   *  Mrs. Frank Hill arrived in tho oitv  on Saturday to join her husband wh"  is in ehargo oi the Dominion l'xpre- ���  Co.'s office here during the absence oi  Mrs. Mclntyre in the old country.  * ��   ���  lted Cross "Sock- Day" is to be held  on Saturday noxt, all ovor tho pro  vinco. Arrangements aro being m-rda"  with somo of the stores in Kclownn to  receive donations of socks for l\i  Canadian soldiers at tho front.  tat  Tho baseball which was scheduled for  this afternoon between a local team  and 1'cnchlnnd has beon postponed on  account of the ruiny weather. The  gamo will be arranged later, whon due  notice will be given out.  * *   *  A quantity ol second hand musio is  at present on salo at Coas' store on  Water street. This wns donated by  Mrs. J. T. Campbell to be sold for  tho benefit of the lied Cross, and the  proceeds arc being handed over to  that fund.  a  a   a  Tho Eov. A. I'vans will conduct services at tho Baptist church next Sunday und will speak in the morning on  "Tho Jiock of Ages" and in the evening on "Faith'B Steady Step."  * ��    *  Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Martin,    of  Strnthcona Plaoe, announce tho engagement of their daughter, tlraci  Ethel, to Dr. James Thomson ol  this city. Thef marriage is to tako  place Juno ilth'in tho Korrisdulo Methodist church.���Vancouver Provinco.  a   a   #  Tho Kolowna Philharmonic Society  havo decided to givo another popular  orchestral concert in the Opera Houso  on Tuesday, Juno 1st. A very oxe.il.  lout program ol musio has been arranged including a number oi pieced  novor given hero before. The orchestra will bo assistod by well known local vocalists. Full particulars will be  givon noxt week.  * *   *  A Kolownn party motored to Penticton for a protty wedding which was  celebrated last Wednesday. The ceremony was.performed by Bev. Mr. tJo-  land at St. Saviour's church at nine  o'olook. The gruum was Mr. Kohort  Desmond Sullivan, ol Kelowna, nnd  the bride Miss Jean Macdonald, of the  same city. Mrs. Barbara Johnston assisted tho bride, while D. Barnes, ol  Kolowna, noted as best man. . The  brido was given away by Mr. U. I.  Johnston. Mr. A. Raymer, ol Kolownn, was among tho guests. A wedding breakfast was hold at the Hotel  incola, after which tho party motored  to Fairvicw Ior lunch. Mr. and Mrs.  Sullivan and two other members of  tho parly continued south by motor  with the intontion of autoing to the  Panama-Pacific exposition at San  Francisco.���Penticton Press.  Who said this was the* dry belt?  ��� *   *  Tho meeting of the oity counoil call-l  ed for last Monday was postponed un- |  til tomorrow (Friday).  ��� ���'.*   ��  ('. Dain of Westbank, was a passen-1  gor by yesterday's boat, on his w��y. |  to England,  Private Harry Small, ol the B.M.H., I  bridge guard, who is stationed nt <  (���lacier, B. C. is home this week   or*|  leave of absence.  ��� ��   ��"  Claude James, who has reoently ��ov-  ered his connection with the firm    <-,'  James & Trenwith intends leaving fori  F.nglnnd on the lirst ol June.  ��   #   ��  Whon thoso refreshing showers have  censed nnd the sun comes ���out bright I  and warm again, a very appropriate  ditty will be "Hoe, brothers, hoe, the |  weedt grow fast."  -Or-  "HARD TIME SOCIAL" PROVES  GREAT SUCCESS  It is as well to take our troubles  lightly and even mako merry over our  misfortunes if wo oan. Tho Good Ten>  plars believe this at any rate, and put  it into practice last Tuesday ot their  '"Hard Timo Sooial". Everything con  nected with tho social bore some .suggestion of tho "finanoial stringency"  and exaggerated economy. Songs were  chosen appropriate to this sentiment,  and tho refreshments told the < same  tale, and the costumes for which the  prizes wero gvon indicated endeavors  on the part of the wearers to livo on  nothing a month! Mies Jennie Ritchie won the ladies prize and Mr. Sworn-  fager, whoso comfortable figure and  well-fed smile somewhat belied bis  patched garments carried off the men's  prizo. Altogether the event was a  great success and productive of much  good humor. ;  BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S S0-  ���   CI1STY  The young people ot the Baptist  church had another literary evening on  Monday when "An evening with  Scott" waB the subject, and in spite  of the "growing" weather a good  number were present to hear aome  thing of the life and work ol Sir Walter Scott.  Tho program waa in charge of Miss  Evans who opened by reading a short  paper on the life of this great writer.  This was followed by a synopsis ol his  most popular novel "Ivanhoe", attca  whioh the following selections were  road: "Isaac of York," and "Tna  Friar of Fountain's Abbey," (Mra. H.  C. Jenkins)': "The Black Knight's Ballad" (Miss Duggan); "The Bare Foot  od Friar" (Hiss Wilson); and "The  Storming of the Castle" (Mr. Blackaby).  A short but interesting discussion  closed the ovening.  Noxt week there will be no meeting,  but the following Monday will be  missionary character.  Hay Time will be  Earfy This Year  x Look over your equipment now, and  be ready with a reliable outfit when  the rush comes. We are agents (or  and  have in stock, ihe > following  Haymaking  Machinery  McCormick Mowers, 4J and 5-foot cut  Deering Mowers, 4�� and 5-foot cut   ;������  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgage  HEWETSON and MANtLE, Ltd  Crockery, China & Glassware  Direct from'the potteriei of England to you  White & Gold China Cups and Saucers      - $2.10 dot.  Blue-band 6t Gold China Cups and Saucers - $3.30 do*  Willow Pattern       ��� ���    '���    ��� - $3.25 dm. =  Th�� regular priea of th.se is $4.50 per dot  Tea Seta and Dinner Sets made up to suit customer from  '  open stock patterns.  The largest stock of Crockery in Kelowna.aoldia* a minimum i  profit.   In many lines our priea am lower than mail order houses.  A.E.COX  Wator Street  THE 1915 FOLLIES  Appearing at ths Opera Houss oa Monday evening next' May Mtk  'Kdowna Record" Office   ,  The place to take the job you want' Printed Nicely*' THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1815  ''  urn i Ii    i      i     *=  KELOWNA  B.ECOKD  !*.    PROFESSIONAL AND   *������  .**       BUSINESS CARDS      "  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.        . :: fi. C  E. G. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  9, Wllllt's Block   ���   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member of Ihe B.C. Society ot Architects  Architect  Kelowna, B.C.  P.O. Box. 509  C. Harvey. B.A., Sc., C.E., D.LS., B.C.LS.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  HR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resumed his tesching classes and will  receive  pupils as  before in his studio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374     .  Ti&mVWE  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  dvIL ENCINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. an. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Report, on Imsstion Work.  Applications for Water Ucen  KELOWNA, B.C  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Box we Phono ss  Coiner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR m BUILDER!  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings,Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Crsdime McCill University)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Message* mar ba left at the office of  Messrs. Kattenbury fit Williams  Save 50 p.c.  on your Boots and Shoes  Have them repaired  Promptly,  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Hrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr  Mathie's (over tailor shop, Pendos  street between the hours >f 2.30 aad  5.80 p.m. Saturday of eaoh -.v��e'k to meet  ladles wishing to ordsr oorseta. P. 0.  Box mm, Kelowna. SOU.  The game between the High sohool  and Publio sohool teams at the park  last Saturday proved an easy victory  for the High sohool team, the score  being 23 to 4.  The High school team played ono  of their brilliant games and missed no  chances to pile up runs while the  Public sohool team, in their weak condition were unable to cheek them.  ELLISON WINS AT RUTLAND  At Rutland the game with Ellison  resulted in a victory for the visitors  by the soore of 4 to 2 and proved to  be one of the best games played in  the league this season. For several  innings the teams fought desperately  in an effort to hold the opposition  away from the plate and both succeeded until the fifth round was reached,  when both sides managed to score,  the winners going into the lead by a  2 to 1 score. Rutland other run  oame in the seventh, whsn a couple  of hits combined with an error lurnod  the trick. This evened up the score,  but Ellison got busy with the stick  during the eighth and ninth and added  two more, making the final total ���'���  to 2 in favor of Ellison.  ' The games next Saturday are as  follows:  Mav 22.���Ellison at Public school.  Mav 22.���Rutland at High sohool.  LEAGUE STANDING  Following is the standing of the  clubs to date:  Club ......   P W     L T Pot,  High school ... 7 S     2 0-.71S  Rutland 7 4     2 1-.572  Ellison 7 4     2 1-.572  Publio sohool . .   7 0     7 0-000  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alber-.  ta, the Yukon Territory, the' Nmtii-  west Territories, and in a nortion of  the Provinos oi British Columbia, may  be leased for a term ot iweii.y-one  years at an annual rental oi $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leased to one applioant.  Applications tor the lease most be  made by the applicant in peraon to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district  in whioh the rights applied for aro  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must-  be desoribed by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory tha tract applied lor  ���hall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Eaoh application must ba soooin-  panied by a fee of 15 whioh will be  refunded if the rights applied for  ara not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine ahall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay tha  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns shall be furnished av least  ones a vear.  The lease will inolude the ooal min-  Ing rights only, but the' lease* may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available anrfaos rights may ba considered neoessary for the working ol  tht mine at the rate of 110 an aore.  For full information annlioation  ahould be made to the seoretary of  the Department of the Interior,' Ottawa, or to the Agent or-Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorised publication of  thia advertisement will not be paid lor,  White Wyandottes &  Bnff Orpingtons  BARRON STRAIN  Eggs for Hatching from the  above strains  $ 1.25 for 12 - unfertiles replaced once  or  $1.25 ii   15 - unfertiles not replaced  $3.50 ��� 50-      -  $6.00 ��� 100-     .  A. W.C00KE   ������    Benvoulin  Bos 663, Kelowna  W.EASTON  Picture Framsr and Cabins! Msker  General Jobbing  i yrniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Opsort. Iks BurUnk Motor Cuss*  The following list of wild flowers is  a continuation of the list published  last week:  21.. Hairy Stiokseed, (Lappula Tox-  ana, or Echinospermum Sedowskii),  six inohes to two feet high. Minute  white or bluish-white flowers,' 5 oWt  corolla. The racemes an leafy braflt-  ed.   Borage family. , .  22. Common Fleabane, (Erigeron  Philadelphicua). The rays oi this pretty  flower are light ross in eolor, i.:0 to  150, being narrower than those of the  aster (Michaelmas Daisies) of late  summer.  23. Jacob's Ladder, (Polemonium,  humile). Flowers in clusters, showy,  blue with yellow thrust. Timllots 15  to 21, rather narrow and suggesting a  laddor.   Phlox family.  24. Small flowered Jacob's Laddor.  A low spreading plant. . Flowers  * 1. 'te, Polemonium misorantbum.)  25. Mensies' Phaoelia, (Phaeelia  Menziesii).    A showy lilao-blue flower,  carolla f-lobed. The genus is named  from Greek, a    cluster.   Some leaves  deeply deft.- The plant is bristly.  26. Cream colored Vetohling, (Lath-  ynis Oohroleuous). Pea family. Leaflets 3 to 5 pairs, large, broadly oval.  27. Water Speedwell, (Veronioa Ami-  galKs-aquatiea). Carolla unequally, 4-  lobed. Color nearly marine blue, pur-  plo stripes.  28. Sea side Crowfoot, (Ranunoulus,  Cymbalaria), a dwarf butter cup, April and' Hay. A compact little plant  with roundish toothed leaves.  29. Choke cherry, (Prunus Virgin*-  ana). Shrub or small tree. Plum family, 5-petaled, cream-white flowors-  some thirty to over forty in raceme  whioh may be over 3 inches long ind  about one inch broad.  30. North-western June berry or  Servioe berry, (Amelanohier alnilolia).  Apple family. Racemes short, white.  Leaves roundish, toothed above the  middle. "Saskatoon."  HOLY WILLIE'S LATEST PRAYER  ' OLD OR YOUNG AT FORTY  A physical director in tho Young  Men's Christian Association who Las  examined more than 2,000 city men iu  the past year, says that he finds the  type physically deteriorating. The  average business man, he says, grows  old before his time. At forty Ira  finds, the business man has many ol  the symptoms of actual old age, and  often seems on the verge of a physical  breakdown.  This is familiar talk. The difficulty  is that so muoh of it is so nearly  true. The encouraging part of it, on  the other hand, is that few men' need  to be old at forty unless they choose.  In a large measure, it is an optional  matter. If one keeps his nose to the  grindstone of business, eats-too much,  indulges himself too freely, gets no  physical exercise and takes his business cares home and to bed with lum  every night, he iB pretty likely to be  what the director says he is.  The suggestion that a man-or woman���is old at forty ought to be ��b��  surd. That it is not absurd is somo  thing of a reflection. upon thai por  tion of us who because we are unwilling to take little trouble, ate actually  bringing on age at forty.  The new post offioe building at  Greenwood is complete and will be  opened in a few days.  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF YALE  Holden at Vernon.  In   the   matter   of the Estate ol  Lum Lock, deceased.  Notioe is hereby given pursuant to  Section.27 of the Trustee Aot, lt.S.li  C. 1011, Chapter 232, that all (Jre.ll-  tors and1 other having claims against  the estate of the said Lum Look, deceased, are required on or before the  20th day of June, 1915, to send by  post or deliver to E. C. Weddell, room  9 Willits Block, Kelowna, B.C., Solicitor for the Estate, or to Kong, I'J-uiu  Hop Lotk, Kelowna, B. C, Administratrix for the Estate, their full  names, addresses and descriptions, thu  full particulars of their claims, tho  statement of their aoequnts, and tin  nature of ths securrties, if any, hold  by thsmi  And further take notice, that ' after  such above mentioned date tho said  Administratrix will proceed to distribute the Estate of the deceased among  the parties entitled thereto, having  regard only to tha olaims of Whioh she  shall then have notice, and that' she  will not be liable for the said assets,  or any part thereof, to any person or  persons ol whose claims notice shall  not have been reoeived by her at thci  time of suoh distribution. >  Dated at Kelowna, B. C., this 20th  day ol May, 1915.  E. C. WEDDELL.  Solicitor for Kong Quan Hoo Lock,  Administratrix nf tne said Estate.  0 Lord, wha in the Heavens'does dwell  1 fear that things ara no gaun woll,  Hoo this can be I canna tell;  Baith "cultured" courses  And "frightful" methods fail to quell  The Allied forces.  Lord, I set oot to slay a Bear,  And hunt a lion to its lair,  And thraw the neok o'Cbantiotair;  The Cock was game,  And a' I've got's a Belgium Hare  I canna' tame.  0 Lord, I hope Ye understand  It was at Thy express command  My people took the sword in hind.  Their foes to chasten.  II Thou would'st help the Germeo Band  0 do Thou hasten.  Ye shairly canna realise  My army's dwinin' doon in sise.  An' sausages are on the rise:  It's maist distressin'.  Some'miracle, 0 Lord, devise,  And reap my blessin'.  0 Lord, my faith iB sairly tried;  1 looked to Thee to turn the tide.  I thocht Thou ever would'st abide  A friend to Willie;  But noo wi' foes on ilka side  ' I'm near driven silly.  'The day' 0 Lord hast Thou forgotten?  Thy blessing I was shair I'd gotten.  Yet herle wi' grief an' rage I'm stottin,  Ahint the trenches,  While Jolfro nibbles like a rottan  At my defences.  Lord, I beseeoh Thee, hear 'my prayer;  Bless me on land, an' sea, an' air.  Preserve me frae the Russian Bear;  Clip Thou its claws.  Or set it dancin' at a fair.  WJ' muzzled jawB.  I've oa'd dood kirks, 0 Lord, but those  Were filled wi' French and ither foes,  Wha live on haggises an' broee,  An' worship Burns.  An' wear extraor   nary olo'es,  That gie .oik turns.  0 Lord, destroy thae Scottish chiel��,  That dress like lasses, fecht like deils,  They're slippery as conger-eels,  I canna matoh them,  O lay Thou saut upon their heels,  That I may catch them  0 Lord what made my spies a' think  That Britain was at ruin's brink,  Wi' Ireland seething like a sink  Wi' civil strife,  And Scotland's glory drooned in drink,  Devoid o' life.  Sink Thou, 0 Lord, tho British fleet.  For puir auld Tirpie's fairly beat;  Stop this infernal rain and sleet  That fills the trenches.  And grant me something to defeat,  F'en Wanes an' wenohes.  O Lord, excuse this hurried prayer,  My armies need me everywhere.  And I maun travel here and there,  Frae east to west,  And so hae nae mair time to spare--  Excuse the rest.  ���St. Andrew's Citizen.  ASTROLOGICALLY SPEAKING  The moon is in the second quarter  during the coming week���May 23rd to  29th, the full moon occurs at 1.33 p.  m. on the 98th.  The beet days for planting are the  26th and 97th.  Storms and thunder may be ixpeot-  ed on or about the 23rd and 24th and  the night of the 24th is likely to be  very cool.  Many adverse aspects make tho Mlb  a somewhat unfortunate day both for  business matters and social affairs.  Avoid any risky ventures on this day  and start no now undertakings if you  wish to avoid annoyance  From tbe 16th to the 26th is an unfortunate period for aviators and electrical engineers.  The evening of the 25th is a good  time for arranging business matters,  collections, etc, and the evening of  the 27th for asking favors or dealing  with superiors or employers.-Mrs.  Gore.  While admitting the gradual retreat  ol the Russian forces in Gelloia, tho  war offioe declared that- the lossos being suffered by the Germans In this  fighting era the southeastern front are  staggering, T he Russian losses it is  admitted have been heavy, but the  Germans are said to bo sacrifielag  men in the most reckless fashion.  A number of Pentioton ladies have  lately developed on enthusiasm foS  the formation of a gun olub, so that  they wonH be able to shoot should  the emergency arise. Visitors to Pentioton should be oareful to provide  themselves with bullot-proof clothes.  Oven is a wonderful baker. That's because  the heat flues completely encircle if.  *i}aifdi?  "ft**-**-*8 tne  m08t elScting  MytmUymT COQel Qn evefy p^j j^,t the  McGlary dealer demonstrate the fact.       M  MADE IN CANADA  ���  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  misnames  Grass Chairs Have  Advanced 40%  in Price  This is your last chance to  purchase a few at our old  and extremely low prices  Kelowna Furniture Co.  We have what you want in  Common and Finish  Doors Windows Shingles  Prices right       Delivery prompt  atisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, limited!  D. 1XOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  An Interesting Display of  New Wash Dresses for Children  There are many effective styles to choose from in  Ginghams, Crepes, Drills, and other fabrica  auitable for summer wear  Dress for Small Children Smart Style in Crepe  la Cheek Gingham, with Skirt of  Plain Blue.  75c each  with small Flower.   Agee for children from 3 to It years.  $1.95 to $2.25  Two-Piece Qarment for Children  From 3 to 9 fears... Made ia the Middv style, wilh plain blouse  of Red, Navy or Butcher Blue, and has a Tartan Skirt to match  ���' $2.25 and $2.50 each  One-Piece Garment Made of Check Gingham  Cuffs, CollsrSiBelt of White, trimmed Blue $1.50and$l .75  Watch Our Bargain Counter  Do not overlook the Bargain Counter at the end of the atore,  where where we shall clear discontinued lines, oddments, and  special purchase lots  Dry Goods Store  Jerman Hunt  mmm '  tfttttM  laaSSSBBBl PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  TTTOESDAY, MAY 20, 1915  "1915 Follies" Here Monday  The visit of the "1915 Follies" to  the Opera House on Monday next,  May 21th is a theatrical event of unusual note. This sparkling company  hus in a very short time scored a sensational success in the coaBt cities and  on Vancouver Island, including a  seven-weeks engagement at Vancouver  and and lour weeks in Victoria, and  much interest is being evinced in their  tour of Canada.  It was II. (1. Pelissier who originated the type of entertainment .whioh  the "1DI5 Follies" present, tho Apollo  Theatre, London for many years being  the rendezvous of those in ..o.mih ol ft  bright, clean ant] witty entertainment.  l'robably the main renson 'jf'tht) sue-  Qeaa of PeHeeier was tho versatility of  his company & in tne Follies ��[ 11(16,  versatility is the rock upon whieh they  stand. I1.. C, tlillium (often known  na "British Columbia Hilliam") is the  Folly chief. Me has boen hailed by the  press as tho second Orossmi'.h,     nnd  comes with a big reputation from the  Steinway Hall and Bechstein Holt concerts, London. Hilliam. however, dots  not believe in a one man show, and  with him is probably the tinest aggregation of individual talent that  has toured this country.  Included in the bill is Victor Dyer,  late of Norman V. Normans company, who, in impersonations of Geo.  liobey, Wilkie,. Bar.1 Mark Sheridan  und other favorites of' the music hall  stage, will reviv* many me.noriuft.  Hiss Militant Ward has b��en spring  heavily in her monologues and dances;  she was leading Gerald Du Maimer's  "Passers-by" company, and also play  ed with Benson. Anna Lockoad* who  will appear is tho recognized leading  soprano of the Pacifio coast, and with  Henry Anstio in "Topical Stuff." and  Noran llayde-n, a dainty and venvfi.e  entertainer, tho Fillies will Undoubted  ly prove a bi(f drawing car.l. T�� n  coast papers have devoted column* ir.  praise of this company, and everything  points to Kelowna having a JrTOat  treat in store.  Jf you like the girl and she likes you,  Then take her to The Rendezvous.  OH, SAY!-  Just a gentle reminder:   Have you been to  'THE RENDEZVOUS'  BERNARD AVENUE OPPOSITE.ROYAL BANK  Anew and up-to.date Ice Cream Parlor and Tea Room.  Only the Best Kind of Syrups supplied at our Fountain  We make Our Own Ice Cream Freah every day  W. M. EDWARDS  c  WANTED! 1  FOB  SALE  FOB SALE. Lefevre estate. Now is  vour chance for a good improved  ranch, the best buy in the Okanagan  One hundred and forty-three aeres,  all fenced, a fine creek runs, through  the property, best of land, with ita  own irrigation system, in the heart  of the Orchard distriot, on the main  road, onlv throe miles from Kelowna  mail delivered at door every dav  Must be sold to wind up estate. Address P.O. Box 167, Kelowna, B.C.  UAY FOB SALE.-Clover anl.nUnllr  delivered. Price on nnnliorition ' ���  Box 195, Kolowna. 9tf.  FOB SALE.���Pony broken to ride or  drive, cheap. Apply P.O. Box 453  Kolowna. l**tf.  INCUBATOR FOB SALE.-Ooo Pela-  luma Inoubator, 120 egg, Apply A.  E. Cox, Becond hand store. Ifltl  HAY, baled or loose, delivered in Kelowna, $15 per ton. Thos. Bulman, phone  306 or 3206. 22tf  FOB SALE Five   paBBonger car    il  good condition, cheap for oash, or  will consider trade lor runabout. Ap  ply P.O. Box 672, Kelowna.      2M,  FOE SALE.��� Eegistered Jersey bull,  rising three years. Terras. Apply V  0. Box 158, Kelowna. 25tt  FOE SALE.���Horse, harness and buggy. $75.00. Apply Gordon Tanner,  Eutland. 2o-7p  FOE SALE.���The prettiest homo in  Kelowna will be sold very cheap r.nd  on easy terms. Apply Box "E" ite-  cord. 26tf.  TO KENT  Auction Sale  -AT-  South Kelowna Land Co.'s Mission Ranch  (About three miles from Kelowna)  Thursday, May 27th, 1915  At 10 o'clock a.m.  Lunch served at noon  45 Horses  and Colts (Work' Horses,  Saddle  Horses,  Pack  Horses and Drivers 20 Collars 6 Bridles  30 Sets of Harness (work and driving harness)  Sweat Pads Blankets Many Parts of Harness  Farm, Blacksmith & Carpenter Tools     Wagons & Implements  TERMS ���Under $25 Cash;  Over that amount twenty-five per  cent, cash, balance in approved joint notes at 3 months at 8 p.c,  PIANO TO EENT.-At low monthly  Eental. Apoly P. 0. Box i'3, Kelowna. lbtf.  SITUATIONS WANTED  SITUATION WANTED.-On ranoh Ir  married man. Experienced. Apply P  O. Box 453, Kelowna. 25-0p  MISCELLANEOUS  MEN SUPPLIED for odd jr hs. . Ary  one wanting a man for temporary  work or odd jobs snould 'phone 1*6  4302. *  EXCHANGE,���We have inquiries from  Vancouver and Prairie Provinces for  fruit land. If you wish to sell or exchange your property we shall be pleas*  ed to receive particulars. Bulman et  Cross, Willits Block.   Phone 306     22tf  MOWING.-W. H. H. McDougaB's team  is available for haymaking in Glenmore.    Apply ranch. 2fl-7p  FOB HIBE.���Heavy work horse, suitable for dray or farm work. Apply  W. H. H. McDougall. 26-7p  J. C. STOCKWELL, Auctioneer  LARGEST SALE EVER HELD IN VALLEY. SEE POSTERS  Safety Firstl Whether you be housewife  or maid, employer or employee���if  you desire safety���if you insist on convenience���you'll want an  EVEREADy  ELECTRIC HOUSE LAMP  Not merely because It Is a handy little electrfa  light to have about the home. Not merely  because it will safeguard you against the  dangers of matches, candles, etc., but because its genuine Tungsten long service  battery and Mazda lamp ara a guarantee  of satisfaction. It will pay you to look over  our aseortmept of other styles of Flashlights.  James H. Trenwith  FOR EXCHANGE. - Cookshutt dire,  hi first class condition for good i-'iii-  ocrat. Apply J. H. Kitson, V. 0.  box-180. *>-8p  IN POUND  One Buck i It in mare, branded f on left  thigh. One bey horse, branded * on left  shoulder A and T.on right thigh. K not  claimed    J u within ieren days will  be sold bv auction.  A. R. DAVY, Poundkeeper.  Licence No. 4.  Pure Jersey Milk  Delivered Daily  600, Borden   H. D. Rigg*   pllon<! mi  "THE ELECTRIC SHOP'  Bernard Avenue  Kelowna  A by-law is under consideration by  tbe Vernon council to prevent ohiokims  running at large.  Seven inohes ol snow fell at Koss-  land during the latter part ol l.'iat  week.  The road ambition travels is too  narrow for friendship, too crooked lot  love, too rugged for honesty and too  dark lor science.  Dr. Dernberg, who has been acting  as publicity agent\m America for lier-  maay, has been recalled to Berlin, according to widely circulated reports.  Dr. Dernberg has been living in New  York.  Merchantmen in the future are to be  armed as fast as guns can be mounted  on them, according to shipping men  who said they have not beon armed  before, but sines the sinking ol tihe  Lusitania, they must seek sell protection.  The city council of Hevelstoke have  purchased a number of eleotrio stoves  which they are proposing to sell tn  the publio' on small monthly payments, tba idea being, of course to inorease consumption ol electricity during the day.  Fruit & Vegetable  Growers���  ATTENTION!  We are prepared to  handle your Fruit and  Vegetables on commission basis. Mark carefully and advise us.  The John Irwin Co.,  LIMITED  Calgary - Alberta  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  ICE  Delivered to any part of the  city.   Apply to  !'    H. B. Burtch  Phone 180  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given, that at the ,  next statutory meeting of the Board  of Licensing Commissioners for, the  City of Kelowna, B. C, I, Arthur  Peabody, intend to apply ior a renewal of my licence to sell liquor by  retail in the premises known as the  Palace Hotel, situated on the north  side of Bernard avenue, betweeu Water  street and Pendozi street, in the City  of Kelowna, B. C. 26-29  Hunt's Supreme Quality  CANNED FRUIT  Thia time of the year is the time when everyone is using Jam,  Syrup, Evaporated' Fruits and Canned Fruits, because there  is no other fruit to Use. -  All these have their  place, but when it cornea  to a matter of Canned  Fruit there is one brand  that standa out pre-eminently, and that brand ia  the one that haa made  the name of HUNT  BROTHERS aby-.  word where Quality is  concerned.  Lemon Cling Peaches  Bartlett Pears  Egg Plums  Green Gage Plums.  Royal Anne Cherries  Hawaiian Pineapple  ���   and Apricots  from the factoiy of thia  firm are on our shelves,  and if you have them on  your shelves you will  have the best in Canned  Fruits that money can  purchaae.  TkUtabMTl^NU  These are the  California Fruits you  should serve in your  home. Of highest quality, tree ripened; delicious orchardflavor; they  satisfy the most exacting  taste.  Try them.  Look for this Trade Mark.  ���M$  ���IMI,  Wastttanir  The McKenzie Co., Ltd.  HUNT'S SUPREME QUALITY CANNED FRUITS  IN 2|-lb. TINS AT 40c EACH  The McKenzie Co., Ltd.  " Quality and Service " our motto. Phone 214  What Would Happen?-  if We didntin some way celebrate our good Queens birthday  For a great many yeara the Children aa well aa grown-ups, throughout Canada  have celebrated the 24th of May.   Let us give the children a day of it even  though conditions are not conducive to much merry-making  See our Bernard Av. window  for Sporting & Athletic Wear  WOMEN'S WHITE MIDDIES, made of nice quality dress  drill,trimmed Blue snd Red $|, $1.25, $1.50  WOMEN'S DRESS SKIRTS, made nice and Hare out of  all sensible materials, suitable either for Dress or Tennis.  We have never shown better values than these���  From $1.25 to $5  PANAMA HATS of Chile manufacture, in real nice pure  whits leaf.   Severs! shapes.   Prices���  $8.50, $10, $12 and $15  MIDDY LACES. Have rou a nice middy lacs in Navy,  Red and White)    Each |5C  Children's  Hats  Every kiddie wants  a new Hat, and we  have a splendid\ange  in Straws, Panamas,  Linen and Towelling,  in all the new styles,  with prices to suit  every pocket, ranging  from 25c to $2  Some Very Dainty White  Dresses���and Parasols  We have some very dainty little while dresses  made up of Embroidery, Lawns and Marquisettes, and trimmed with the fincot lace and  embroidery in the neweat styles���  From 85c to $7.50  One very pretty dress is made of fine emb.  lawn in the Empire effect; trimmed with  beading and ribbon.  Do not fail to have a look at our Children's Parasols,  We have a batter range than ever. before in Cottons,  Muslins and Silks. We have every-shade, plain colors,  with colored bordsrs and flowered Japanese silk, and  one very pretty style is msde of Flowered Muslin, with  frills of plain to match flowers. Prices...25c to $1.50  Thomas Lawson, Limited

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