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 VOL V.   NO. 25  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,  MAY 15, 1913.  Meeting of  City Council  Further Extensions to Water  and Light Plant  The Mayor and Aid. Calder, Cup*  Und, Coaen,, Thompson, Suthorlnmf,  were present art latt Friday's n^gular  meeting of the City Council  The correspondence included a letter  rom the Attorney-General regarding;  the disposal of municipal pri-onora; it  was stated in thi* connection that  prisoners who received sentences here  would now be taken to Vernon  stead of Kamloops ua heretofore..  Tenders for installing a new boiler  at the power hause were received from  The Robert Hamilton Co., The B.C  Equipment Co., and The Canadian  Fairbanks Co., all of Vancouver. The  tender of the first-named firm waa accepted, subject to the approval of the  Chief Engineer.  By-laws No. 132 and No. 133 were  then laid on the table. Theae by-laws  provide for the raising of $10,000 eaoh  for extension* of tbe water and light  systems respectively.  Commenting upon the by-laws, Aid.  Sutherland said that tbe revenue for  the first four months of this year in  the light department showed an increase of 60 per .oral., while in the  water department the increase for thu  same period was 77 per cent, as compared with the corresponding period  of last year. He further stated that  last year there wa* a surplus on the  light and water accounts of over ffiOOO  and it might ba fully expeeted that  this amount would be doubled if these  by-laws were sanctioned by the rale/  payer*. Up to the present there were  56 new applications for electric Hght  connection*, of which 33 hod been  made, and 74 for water, of which 45  Had been inatalled, the remaining 20  being now in the hand* ol the workmen. It would be necessary tn get :���.  large amount of waler pipe this year  for connections. The water and light  systems were undoubtedly ihe best  paying investments tbe city had at  the preaent time, and the revenue  would naturally increase in proportion  to the extensions made.  With regard to installing a new  boiler in the power houso, Aid. Sutherland said that up to the present two  had been installed for the first unit,  but since then another unit had been  added, and it was necessary to have  another 'boiler in order to run both  unit* to their full capacity. He did  not think it would be necessary to  have a public meeting to diacu** these  two by-laws.  In view of the absence of the Mayor  who would be away at,tbe coast for  a short time, AM. Sutherland was  elected to net as mayor until his re  turn.  Aid. Copeland reported on the work  being done by the Board of Work* on  Eli avenue, near the briikju ou Abbott  street, and the levelling of Water street  stating that it had been carried on iu  a satisfactory rammer. He also referred to the filling on Pendozi street,  south of the Creek, where approaches  were wanted for the new houses of Mr.  Forman and Mrs. Shayler across the  sidewalk. lie thought these ought to  be put in as soon as possible, SB there  was no other entrance to the premises  owing to tbe proximity of tlia&voalt.  Aid. Copeland then produced a apnei-  nien of a name hoard whioh he saiil  should be placed at the street corners  for the guidance of strangers uud  others. Ho said they should be at the  corners of all the principal streets and  avenues. He pointed out that tho  merchants especially, who ware often  changing their delivery van driven,  had great difficulty in locating the  addresses of their customers. Such  signs as he suggested, pluced on ihe  light poles at the corners of tho streets  would eliminate most of tho difficulty  It was mentioned that the scavenger  had asked for permission to erect  stable and shed on the sewerage  grounds. This was considered a good  suggestion, as it was not considered IH  that the garbage tanks should be kept  in the oity.  It    wa, moved by Aid. Sutherland,  and seconded by Aid. Calder, that residents on the Bankhead subdivision be  allowed to instal the oity water   *ub-  jsot to the'following conditions:���  ���That all expenses of installation be  paid    and    nil material supplied by  the installing oompany.  ���That a charge of 11.00 per user be  made in addition to the charge   for  th* amount ot watajr used, the min-  imum being 10 cents per thousand  gallons.  ���That monthly payments lie made  foy one party who shall be duly  authorized by the company to make  such payment*.  ���That a proper agreement be entered into between the city and the  company.  Aid. Sutherland said that this arrangement would give water to the  residents on tho Bankhead subdivision  at almost the same rate as the uBer  within the city limits, there being n  difference of only u few oents. The  motion wus carried.  Aid. Thompson reported on the work  of preparing the new recreution ground  in tliir Park, stilting that it had re*  quired more money than had been anticipated. He would like to hnve had  the water extended to the ground, but  it was impossible to consider il at the  presuut time.  An account wus submitted by Messrs  Palmer & Rogerson in reference to the  planting of (rees, etc., recently curried  out, with a report in the same connection.  The city clerk said it Inul lieeti impossible lo have this report in shape  for the council's consideration ut the  present meeting us there were meny  separate items involving separate payments, but he suggested that the account lie passed by the ahairmnn of  the Purk committee, und that he be  given authority to issue the che |Ues,  andthe report would be submitted at  the next meeting.  The  following   accounts   were  passed  for payrhenei^gfaM^  Can. Gen. i-H |p^auppliea  c P. R., frlPJ!!r���r^  C. H. Jamea. aewer supplies - - .. ��  P. Henderaon Co., lawn graaa aeed 100 00  EL. Lyon, work on atreeta       . 9 00  A. E. Boyer, collector of  customs,  duty on grow aeed -  J. L. Doyle, custom, br kerage fee -  K. Taylor, sewer time cheque  G. Markham,  cleaning   office   and  Fire hall-        ....  Water works time cheques  T. L Legee, refund of water rate -  P. E.Corby, plumbing inspec. fee*  A. R. Devy. atreet wrterinct April  G. F.'Teal, April aalary -  Mayor Jones, expense acct., trip to  Vancouver and Victoria on city  business 70 00  ft. Sutherland, ex enae acct. lending lunatic to New Westminster    49 25  R, Sutherlend, refund of disburse-  menta, police acct. -       -       .    17 ?0  $1.50 Per Annum.  Okanagan United  Growers, Ltd.  Meeting Discusses Report of  Vernon Convention  $ 42 35  25 75  2100  10 00  I 00  4 65  12 00  213 32  I 20  77 00  JOSCu  100 00  Mr. J. A. Bigger went to the ootid  this morning. .  Mrs: J. W. Jonea and Mrs. George  Kobison left this morning for the  coast to attend the Methodist convention, the latter as a delegate from the  Women's Missionary Society.  A meeting of the St. Michael's  Church committee and others in t on si i d  will be held to-night (Thursday) at 8  p.m. in Mr. 1'. E. Corby's office to  meet the Itov. Mr.Solly.of Summer-  land,  "The Shaughran", the well-known  and popular Irish drama by Dion  tioucicoult, huB been douc up in thro.1  reels of pictures which will be shown  in the Opera House ou Friduy night.  The "Kulem Co.," travelled to Ireland  to get the correct local atmosphere for  the pictures, and they will undoubtedly prove a rare treat. They will lie  accompanied by Irish music und song.  The Rev. n. A. Solly, late Iteotor of  Summcrlund, und recently uppointed  Finunciul Secretary to the diocese ol  Kootenay, will Ire at a mi>oting ot St.  Andrew's Church members at Okanagan Mission on Friday, Mav ltith, at  8 p.m. Any interested ure invited to  attend. Mr. Solly will also preach at  the Sunday evening service ut 7.80.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that meetings  of the Provincial Agricultural Commission  will be held at the following places:���  Salmon Arm, May 27th, 10 a.m.  Enderby, May 28th, 11.30 a.m.  Armstrong, May 29th, 10 a.m.  Vernon, May 30th and 31st, 10 a.m.  Kelowna, June 2nd and 3rd, 10 a.m.  Summerland, June 4th, 10 a.m.  Penticton, June 5th, 10 a.m.  The Commission will hear evidence on  all matters affecting agricultural conditions  in the province. All persons interested  are invited to be present,  W. H. HAYWARD. M.L.A.  Chairman.  C B. CHR1STENSEN.  Secretary.  About sixty people gathered in thu  .Small Halt of tho Raymer Block yesterday to hear the the report from  tho convention which met at Vornon  hint wut-k to draw up a working plan  for u Control Soiling Agency, Ai that  meeting a scheme had adopted on  which to opera to for the current year  as ;i trial. A form of Agreement Imd  also been prepared by th" legal advisors which amounted to a coo tract  to be entered into by thre- parties,  namely, tho individual grower, the  local association, aud tho central  agency, binding tin- (ii'Ht lo s II through  tho local ussooiation oidy, und the  centra, agency to use every cfForL to  dispose of (he grower*' produce to ihe  liest possible advantage. The gist of  the agreement wliich was loo long to  road was given by Mr. RoberWonjWho  stilted that tho delegates ut Vernon  had spent all the afternoon and even*  ing until a quarter past cle.in (lis*  cussing the various clauses.  Meetings had boon held, said Mr,  Robertson, at Vernon, Armstrong,  Salmon Ann, Sutnnieilund, aud Pontic! on, at which tho report had I eon  received without   a  single d'Ssoinieul.  With regard to incorporation as the  first clause in tho by-laws to bo adopt-  erf, tho solicitor, Mr. Rill ngs, had advised the delegates lo adopt the Companies' Act to govern their actions.  The Dante which was considered iimsj  suitable for the organization was "The  Okanagan United Growers, l,:milod."  The only district which had taken exception to tho name was Salmon Arm,  the ground! that they could not  very well consider themselves In th-'  Okanogan  Valley. *  Tho'capital w��s placed at Jjjtli 1,000. in  shares of one dollar each, and the  location of the head office was thought  belt at Vernon, the sole reason for  this     bablg   the  fad   that   they  had  u  little better telephone and telegraphic  ���ommuuicutiori.  At this point the ohninnnn, Dr  Dickson, advocated putting questions  to tin speaker during Ins remarks,  somo points might be overlooked if  left to the end. Tho result of this was  a derated approach to heckling on the  part of some of tho audience, who de  dared they were unable to see light  through tin--scheme, und who ultimately subsided, though not cnmiiioed.  This constant cross-examination drew  (ho mooting out unduly, so Unit many  had to hurry away before the end,  und tho business was to a certain extent  loft unfinished.  Mr. Robertson wont on to say that  it had boon thought advisable to allot  votes to each town according to its  output of marketable produce, and it  was founds that hist year's output tot)  Kelowna was about 000 carloads, or  about the same as Vernon and Armstrong. These throe places were there*  fore allotted six votes each; in other  words, they could elect six representatives to the central selling agency.  Other places were given votes according lo thoir output, the total number  of representatives by this arrangement  being "Jo. These 26 nominees Were to  bo holders of stock to the extent of  only one dollar each, tho object of  this being to maintain tho agency in  tho interests of the farmers only, ami  to prevent tho possibility ol the directors making investments iu town lots  or other speculations not sanctioned  by the Individual growers themselves.  The 26" holders of Block would elect  a certain proportion of their number  to'act as directors, bo that oach town  or district would l��o represented on the  board, At this rate the number of  directors for Kelowna, Vernon, and  Armstrong would be two each, the  other,places represented in proportion,  tho total number of directors under  existing conditions being eleven. 'In.*  number would be increased, howovor,  if the Increase of output in any dis  diet warranted it.  , The   qualification  of adircetor    was  lhat ho should be a grower of fruit on  commercial scale.    From their num-  r    tho    directors   would appoint an  executive of three.  The association wrb intended to act  aH a body, net as individuals, and on  a purely cooperative basis.  It was obvious that there would bo  immediate expenses to moot if the  agency were organized,  and for these  Thin was considered a liberal allowance and sullicicnt to operate on until  tho fruit und vegetables begun to bu  moved. Working on tbe same proportion us before, Kelowna's share of this  would be 4(1200,  The question of pooling the fruit  was next discussed. Hie report recommended that it be the polior of  tho central agency to pool all fruits  and vegetables of like grades, sizes,  ami varieties in like packages, marketed through the agenay. Fools to ex-  trend over such time as may bo agreed  upon in order that aU might abaro in  tho distribution of as large a tonnage  as possible, thus securing an equitable  dietribuifidn of the proceeds derived  from sales. Homo of. the arguments  in favor of pooling wore as foi ows:���  (a) To   prevent  local   jealousies    by  reason     of    one    d its i riot,    getting  slightly higher price than another  because of a special market at the  time, or some special sale, and to  do away with the suspicion that lha  management gave one district any  advantage over another when Sides  are mado at specially high prices,  thus relieving tho manager of tho  difficulty of deciding who shall get  the hnieiit  as to price.  (b) Simplifying book-keeping and  lessening expense to an enormous extent.  (c) Ensuring the average price when  there is a loss in <my shipment.  (d) 'i'he reputation of tho local districts will bo conserved by having a  huge portion of their crop grade th  highest    grades,    and    by    tho local  brand.  The    local    branch     would  bo called  tne "Kelowna Growers' Union," in  order to be in uniformity with tho  rest of tho local institutions in the  Valley.  At the conclusion of Mr. Robertson's  address tho resolution that the mooting approved of tlie, report of the delegates wub put, 2.i being in favor and  3 against.  ,'Vtthis j>oint the time was found to  be so far ' advanced that many had  boen obliged to leave, so that those  who remained were not eufficiently  large a gathering to appoint the six  representatives required. It was accordingly moved and seconded that "a  mooting bo called for May 23rd (after-  ards altered to Saturday, May 17th)  of thoBe who had subscribed stock in  the "British Columbia Fruit Exchange'  and of those who wished to subscribe  for shares, prior to tho hour of tht  said meeting, for the purpose of electing six representatives provisionally to  Suicide in the Lake  Prisoner jumps from  Boat  Body Not Recovered  On Tuesday, the "Okanagan" waa forcibly reminded of the incident which took  place on board this time lest year when  Conatable Aaton waa murdered by H.E.  Jamea, for a Penticton policeman waa again  engaged in bringing a prisoner up the lake  when he eluded justice by jumping overboard.  The prisoner, John Brokenahaw, who  recently jumped off a precipice near Penticton, had been consigned aa a lunatic to  the New Wettminater authorities, and waa  being escorted thither together with another prisoner for incarceration. When juat  off Westbank, however, the lunatic rushed  ont of the cabin and took a flying leap  over the aide and down into tht ice-cold  water. The escort juat managed to grab  Brekenshaw'a clothing aa he cleared the  rail and a portion of the coat came away  in Ida hand.  The captain was immediately notified,  the engines were reversed and some time  waa spent in searching for traces of the  man, but the icy water had proved too  great a shock for him and he had gone  straight down in the unfathomed depths  of the lake.  Rutland News  (From our own correspondent)  Mr. Gus Quigtey left for Vancouver this  morning.  Mr. Hartley and family are now occupying their new residence.  The Rev. Wm. Vance left on Monday  to attend the Methodist conference at the  coaat:  Band Concert in the Park  Tomorrow  evening  (Friday)   will    be  given the first of the weekly bund per-  foi mancea in the city park, the local  Hand having made arrangements to en-  n the summer evenings in that way  under thc- conductorship of Mr. N.  Bornholdt, The concerts will commence at 8 p.m., tomorrow's programme being as follows:���  1, March "FortPopham"    Hall  2. Overture... "Enchantment'' Herman  3 "Spring Song "...Mendelssohn  4 "Love's Golden  Dreams"   Pedofva - Stevens  5. March "Kelowna" N.Bornholdt  (Reapectfully dedicated to D. W. Crowley)  6. Selection " 11 Trovatore " Verdi  7 " Genee Waltzes" Levi  8. Medley on Southern Melodies,   " Southern Stars " Asher - Mahl  (Synopaia : Turkey in the Straw-Old Black  . joe - IX-je - Old Folks at Home - SsJlff's  Hornpipe-My Old   Kentucky   Home-  Listen to the Mocking Bird,  " The Maple Leaf "  "God Save the King "  hold stock in the central selling agency  and to appoint two directors for the  Kelowna district; the votes to be by  letter addressed to the secretary of  the Kelowna Farmers' Exchango, or in  person  at the meeting."  Mr. Robertson was then obliged to  leave in order to address a meeting at  Peachland tho Bamo evening. It was  on his return to Kelowna this morning that the date of the meeting was  altered to Saturday, May 17th, at 2  o'clock, he himself- deciding to stay in  town to attend it. Mr. Robertson  wishes it to bo known however, that  it is essential for him to leave Kelow-  Owing to the absence of Rev. J. Davidson, there will be neither morning or evening service at the Methodiat church Sunday.  In the first league game oi the B.C.  Interior League Kamloops beat Vernon  yesterday by 12 runa to 2 I  Mrs. Daniel McLean and baby Jean left  last Thursday for New Westminster on a  visit to her daughter Lillian who ia attending Columbia College.  The Rev. H. A. Solly, Dioceaan Finan  cial Secretary will preach at the morning  aervice in the Engliah church on Sunday.  Mrs. Flwood L. Cross will receive on  Friday. May 23rd, for tho first time  since coming to Kelowna.  Birth  LEACH-On  Tuesday, May   I3tn,  to  tlie wife of William Leach, s daughter.  na at 3 o'clock on Saturday, and he  therefore desires the utmost punctuality so as to start tho meeting promptly  at two.  The following is taken from the " Mohawk Cross Roads Clarion ": " The meet-  ing of the Ladies' Aid was held last week  at the home of Mrs. Green (Mias Craig)  who was attired for the occasion in a costume both very large and fine. The mem-  bera had the pleasure of being made acquainted with the Boston ladies���Mrs. De-  Lloyd Fitz Hammond (Mrs. Elder) and  Mra. Kindly (Mra. V. Dilworth). On the  arrival of the president (Mra. W. Fleming),  the business commenced as usual with a  critical survey of each others' dreaaea,  which were varied and strange, and the  Cross Roads is to be congratulated on being able to display such a collection of  styles, ranging from A to /.  A depaiture from the regular routine  was made when two members, Mrs. Dale  (Mra. D. E. McDonald) and Misa Harpe  (Miss A. Gay), made an impassioned appeal for votes for women, a movement, we  understand, imported from the Old Country, headed by a Mrs. Spankhus, whom  some people think should be treated in a  manner suggested by her name I Very  little busineas waa transacted although a  serious question waa raised, viz., * Into' nw  many piecea should a pie be cut?' This  is an important matter and we are glad to  find that the ladies did not decide at the  meeting. On aome future occasion the  ' Clarion'will introduce thia queation to  its readers with an editorial. One Boston  lady claimed that no pie was eaten in her  home town, but a diet of baked beans and  codfish was indulged in as intellectual  food, but judging from her comfortable  appearance one would naturally imagine  a few aide trips to the pantry were alao  indulged in !  Mrs. Wise (Mra. R. Sproul) criticized  the report of the treaaurer Mrs. Day (Miss  L. Bird), claiming that ' Business ia Buai-  neas " even when the accounts are a fraction of a cent wrong.  The secretary, Mrs. Grey (Mrs.  Sam Gray), was rather ruffled at not  having her ability recognized, ahe  being considered an authority on pics,  but aome people think that thia good lady  instead of straining her congested vocal  organs by attempting \o sing, ahould  use her culinar.-arts at home and try to  thicken out her poor husband's rail-like  condition. Mra. Growler (Mra. Wiggle-  worth) aa usual could not refrain from  quoting the wise sayings of her jeivel of a  husband, and when Mra. Jonea (Mrs. W.  McDona'd arrived the ladies availed them-  selves of the pleasure of giving free ad via t  on infinite ailments. After the business  was concluded Mrs. Green poured the  tea ; poor nervous Mrs. Bruce (Mrs. Stod-  dart) spilled tea on tha velvet pile carpet.  This lady should try a treatment of Dr.  Chase's nerve food I The meeting adjourned at tbe sound of the six o'clock whistle  and thoughts of cows to be milked and  animals, including husbands, to be fed  caused the ladies to take their departure  in a hurry. A few friends came in after-  wards to help Mrs. Green entertain her  visitors.  Mr. Crowcroft, our genial store keeper,  contributed a laughing song. Mrs. Crow,  croft charmed with two selections. Miaa  Edie say apoke a piece about the lireleaa  ' Ladies Aid.' Miss Annie Gay recited an  amusing sketch about 'A Jiner.* Mr. Kelly  called to aee if anybody wished to see htm  and on being pressed sang about a viait to  a city department store. Mrs. Gee Whitaker when singing caused the visitors to  imagine themaelvea at the Conservatoire  of Muaic at Boaton. The entertainment  paaaed off with great eclat and a pleasant  time waa had.���Exchange.  The entertainment ia to be repeated by  special request at Ellison School at 6 p.m.  on Tuesday May 20.  25-8 it would be  to havs   eoOOO.  THE DANCING EIGHT  Jt lhe Optra Home, Wednesday, May 2hi, in " Tht Prince of Vo-Night' KELOWNA fcECORD  Thursday, Mag   6  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  P*UleheJ etiery Thursday at lhe Office,  ACWou.no. B.C.  IOHN LEATHLEY, Editor and Proprietor.  Stsiscripthn SI.50 pet annum.  T* United Slates $2.00 pel annum.  Adeeriistng rales upon application.  New Offices for  Board of Trade  Mr. A. W. Bowser, the president ul  thu Board ol Trade, in to be congratulated upon securing a concession from  theCanadian Pacific Kuilwuy which  will 1�� oi great value to the city.  With the new publicity policy that  the Hoard ha, adopted, suitable oUico  accommodation in a prominent position waa suggested, but thia could  only be obtained at an exceedingly  high rental. To Mr. Leckie belongs  the credit of the remark that the ('.  RR. might allow the Board to build  on the land owned by the Company  adjoiningthe Kelowna Sawmill Co.'s  office on Bernard avenue, but this appeared somewhat doubtful. Mr. ()��,.  Bury, the vice-president of the O.I1.It.,  wan approached by Mr. Bowaer, however, on Friday last while he wus  passing through the eity onhis Spring  tour of inspection. After the situation liad been explained to him, he  granted ill- reiuiroil ppr.nl <ion, add  ing in his usual business-like way,  "You can have the laud for a dot ar  a year." The executive council are  now arranging details and building  operation, will be started forthwith.  The concession thus obtained will no  doubt materially assist in the publicity campaign.  Vico-presideut Hury is a great advocate of mixed farming. In the  course of an interview he remarked  that there was no doubt but that the  Okanagan could produce excellent  fruit, but why, he asked, should  everything bo put into ono basket. He  stated that the imports into the Okanagan in one month alone amounted to  no less a, sum than 1166,000. "When  one considers rt moment that all this  produce could have been ratted at  your very doors," he said, "it. will be  sen what great sources of revenue are  lioing turned down. No district in  tho province," he added, "favored  mixed farming more than thr- Okanagan."  Mr. Bury expressed thorough agreement with central selling agencies,  which he considered an exceedingly  good schemo.  Gl  enmore  Notes  Mr. McCarthy left this we?k for a  short  vlflit to Kamloops.  The Glenmore peoplo are glad tu  note the improvements being made by  the government in tho Valley roads.  Mr. Thos. M, Ryull has purr-hased a  Shorthorn cow.  Mr. Geo. Hume hna been busy for  the past few weeks planting potatoes  with his planter.  Mis. Stanley and her young sun  arrived on Friday to join her husband.  Dr. and Mrs. I. Kerr und their son  arrived last week from Sherbrooke,  and are staying with Mr. Geo. TI.  Kerr.  Minn. Ra'dtoti wan the guesl of Mi's.  C. 0. Prowse,   of   Morningelde Ranch  on Sunday.  Wilson Landing and  West Side Notes  (From our own correspondent)  (Too late for last week)  Mrs.  .1.  ('.  Clarence,  of  South  Van-  iuver. arrived here on Wednesday lasl  on a vinii to Otter Point Ranoh.  Miss It. A. Goodaore i*  Mrs. P. M. L. Seeley'a.  siting    at  The weather is bringing on tho fruit  well, and things look promising for a  good season.  Mr. Cyril Powell lefl for Vancouver  >n Tuesday last.  M>rd  Printer's in1: won't make the car  go. There's only one reason why  200,000 new Fords can't possibly  satisfy this season's demands. The  car itself is right with a rightness  that is unmatched anywhere at any  reasonable price.  Our factories have produced nearly a quarter  of a million ModelT's. Prices: Runabout $766;  Touring Car $863 ��� f.o.b. Kelowna with all  equipment. For particulars get " Ford Times "  ���an interesting automobile magazine. It's free  from Wakerville Factory or from the Kelowna  Garage and Machine Works Co., Ltd., Kelowna.  Notice  All growers of Tobacco, or those who  think they have suitable lands and would  like to experiment in this branch of Agriculture, are invited to meet our Mr. A. W.  BOWSER and discuss the subject and  plans proposed for the season of 1913.  Call at Manager's Office, new Factory  Budding, Ellis Street, Kelowna.  British North American  Tobacco Company, Ltd.  Watch   P.   Burns'   window   for  bargains.���Cash only.  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna    -    B.C.  KELOWNA OPERA HOUSE  WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st  ONE NIGHT ONLY  Le Comte & Flesher offer  The Gorgeous Musical Spectacle  PRINCE  OF TO-NIGHT  By Adams, Hough and Howard  A Musical Gem with a Beauty Setting  Outclassing all Fancies of the Imagination  50  PEOPLE  CAPABLE CAST  BEAUTY CHORUS  All the Girls are Dreams  50  PEOPLE  $50,000 MUSICAL FANT.ASY  Prices:   $1.50, $1, 75c. and 50c.  Phone 4801  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans,   Specification,   and    Eatimate.  Furnished  Building of every deacription   undertaken in Town or country.  None but the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specialty  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  ���5Vou> Open =====  CITY PARK  RESTAURANT  AND BAKERY  Comar Abbott Strctl and Eli Avenue  First-Class Meals, Chop Suez &  Noodles (good cooking)  Meal Ticketa, U.iO.   Single  Meala. 25c. up  Furnished Room, to Rent  QUON TAPE   -   Proprietor  ICE  Wholesale or retail delivered to any part  of the city  at the tame old prices.  Apply to H. B. BURTCH  or 'phone 3304  "Phone 240  P.O. Box 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinist* and Engineers  (Garage in connection)  "We ReDclir   ^aw ^'" Machinery, Factory Machinery,  " Steam Engines, Steam Fittings, Boilers, Gas  Engines.Motor Boats, Elevators, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  .   Automobiles  We Stock   CoU  R?lled Skaftin'> Bo>"' Screws' Nu"> '  and Engineers' Supplies  LAWN MOWERS  Repaired and Sharpened  Get your mower in shape for the spring  It will soon be needed '  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRIE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET -  - KELOWNA, B.C-  Hatching Eggs  White  Wyandottes,  Rose-  Combed  Rhode Island Reds,  Barred  Rocks,  White Orpingtons, Red Caps  1 have mated up my breeding pen. of  the above prize-winning bird, and will  aell egg. for sitting thi. season  *2 for 13 i   fS for 50  J. C. STOCKWELL  Kelowna, B.C.  ManlyByrm  Auctioneer  Kelowna, B.C.     'Phone A a  J  D. A. CAMERON  Painter       Paperhanger  Apply t  Above the " Record " Office  Pure bredClydesdale  Stallion  'ROSEWOOD'  No. 12062  Foaled May 14th, 1908  Light   Bay,   Stripe,   White   Feet.  We Are Busy  But Not Too Busy  to give you the Best  and Quickest service  in any matter involving  JOB PRINTING  .  .  *     This horae will stand at  MRS. MARY HERERONS, MOUNTAIN  RANCH  Will take mares (or pasture $2 a  month per head extra.  TERMS:  To   insure   a   foal, $16 (or  one  mare or $ 15 each (or two or more  mares (rom the same owner.  Fees   payable  March   1st,   1914.  For further particular, apply owner  ALPHONSE 10ULF.T Kelown., B.C.  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BBRNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Our plant is modern  and growing all the  time, and we can  well satisfy you and  all your printing  requirements  .������������   '  ������  Office Stationery,  Advertising Booklets,  Posters & Handbills,  Programs & Tickets,  Company and  Legal Forms  PHONE 94  or call in at the office  Kelowna  Record  Printing Department Thursday May 16  KELOWNA tBCOftl  1913 STYLES  Top Buggies,  Driving and Road Wagons,  Democrats,  Light Express, and  Delivery Wagons  The particular style you like is here  .:���   Ask to See our No. 257    ���'���  Yours for  HIGH-GRADE VEHICLES  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealer, in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi Street or. Lawrence Avenue     -     KELOWNA  'Phone  150  THE  High Cost of Living  Is due to Reckless Buying  <J During March three of our citizens  purchased White Sewing Machines in  Vancouver at $65 each. We deliver the  identical same machine -in their houses  for $45.  <J The Singer Sewing Machine Co., of  Vancouver, sent us for collection six contracts with Kelowna people for machines  purchased in Vancouver at $65. We sell  the same machine at $40.  <J A few days ago a Kelowna resident  . purchased an old second-hand Gerhard  Heintzman Piano for the exact price that  we charge for a new and up-to-date  instrument.  We sell and haoe sold for }>ears  Singer Sewing Machines -     -   $40.00  White    ��� ��� $45.00  Heintzman & Gourlay Pianos- $375.00  All other goods in proportion  Kelowna Furniture Company  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Presbyterian and new Engliah Church..)  QBMCFIQ   Carter's (England), 10 cents a package  OEsEtUD   Simmer's (Toronto) 5     ���  Valual.lt prizea will be dven at the Fall fair for collection! of Vctetablei and Flowtu  from aeedi and plants lypplied by ua.     Particular* on price list later.  Tomato, Cabbage & Bedding Plants  Cutflowers, Ferns and Easter Flowers.  English Rose Trees and Climbers.  Phon. w PALMER & ROGERON      p.o.iwii?  Boy Scout Notes  By "MAGISTER."  Having described in thetw colunuiB  the f.ii.ia, objects, and needs of the,  Boy Scout movement, it is now my  intention to take up . thc various  points of Scout Law, as given in the  latest issue of Regulations, and to  submit tnem to my readers..by *ay of  exhibiting the standard aimed at in  the training. But lirst it may be well  to quote the letter written by the  Chiof Scout to all Canadian boys as  a preface to the Canadian edition of  the ollicial handbook:  'Ta every Canadian Boy,���  " In tho Suuln African war I had in  m.v force an oflicer who was a first-  rate Scout, who could follow a track,  conceal MmBelf, watch, untj report tlie  movements of an enemy, and waa us  brave and hardy us anyone could wish  but ho had one failing���he oould not  obey orders.  "One day we were lying in ambush to  surprise u party of Boers who were  coming along. My orders were thut  everyone was to lie low and not to  stir out of our hiding place. But this  young Scout thought be knew beet  what was wanted, and slipped away  from tho column to do a bit ot scouting on his own. Sliotly nfterwards  bIloIh were heard, ll.i had met u Boer  scout and they had Hredat eaoh other;  the Boer was killed, und our scout  mortally wounded. Other Boer scouts  hearing the shots, came up, and on  finding a British scout there, they  guessed that more of us must be in  the neighborhood, so they searched  the country more carefully, and thus  discovered our ambush iu time to warn  their main body. No, 1 have no use  for u fellow who cannot obey orders,  even though he may be a good scout  in other ways.  From what 1 have seen of Canadian  boys i have a great admirutiou for  them. They are absolutely good  HCouts in the woods. But to be perfectly reliable they must also be sure  that they are disciplined and can obey  orders, however distasteful ;hey may  be, without hesitation���and cheerily.  "Cunada is growing and will be a  very big nation iu a short time if each  boy determines to do his bit in making it so. A nation is not made  merely by ity territory or wealth, but  by its men. li they are men of grit  and energy, who work Logethi'r like a  football team, each iu his pluce, and  "playing the game" in obedience to  the rules, and to thu order* oi the  captain, they will win, they will make  of it a great nation. If they only loai  through the game, each in his own way  it is not likely that this country will  succeed against others.  "So���play up, Canadian boys! Tlay  the game,' and sink your own personal comfort; think for your country,  and work hard, each one of you, to be  an all-round good scout, who can   be  LAND BEGISTBY ACT  lie iN.W. yuarter-Sootiou IU, the S  Half-Section 14, and S.K. Quarter-  Section 16, all in Township 27, Osoyoos Division ol Yale Distriot, Province of British Columbia.  NOTICE is hereby given that 1 shall  at the expiration of one month from  date of first publication hereof, issue  Certificate of Indefeasible Title to tne  above - named lands in the aamr el  THE BELGO-CANADIAN FflUIT*  LANDS CO., unless in the meantima  valid objection be made to vo in  writing. The holder of tbe following  deed of conveyance of said Ituid*, vis.,  Thomas Ellis to Benjamin de Furlong  Boyce, dated the 30th day of October,  1003, is required to deliver same to me  forthwith.  C. H. DUNBAB,  District Registrar  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C., this 14th day of  March, A.D., 1918. 28-7  C  omox  Tho SIX THOUSAND acre, we  own in thii ideal district in large  and small acreage*, cleared and uncleared, sea and river frontage*  [town Iota], ii the pick of the land  with the beat of transportation  facilities aaaured very ahorllv>  WE ARE NOW BUSY  running around with new arrivals.  Ihe $500 reward we offered to  anyone proving that there was a  better apot on Vancouver Island for  the farmer or manufacturer lias i.ot  been claimed or disputed.  British Columbia  Investments, Ltd.  Farm Land Specialists  Courtenay, V.1..B.C.  See our agent  Mr. W, D. STOKER  KELOWNA  for further information  relied upon in a tight corner to stick  it out and obey orders.  "Your friend,  "'ROBERT BADEN POWELL."  To become a Scout a boy must be  between tho ages of twelve and eighteen; he must satisfy his Scoutmaster  that he knows the Scout law, signs,  and salute; the composition of the  I'iiimi .lack, and the right way to fly  it; and he must be able to tie the  following knots: reef, sheet - bend,  clove-hitch, bowline, finherman's, and  sheepshank.  The Scout T.aw is as follows:���  1. A Scaut's honour in to bo tniHt-  ed. If a Scout says "On my honour  It* is so," that means that there can  be no doubt about it, just as if he  hud taken a most solemn and binding  oath. Similarly, if a Scout officer  suys lo a Scout, '% trust you ou  your honour to do this," the Scout is  bound to carry out the order to the  very best of his ability, and to let  nothing interfere with his doing so.  If u Scout were to break his houour  by lying or by notcarry.ng out an order exactly when trusted on his honour to do so, he may be directed to  return his badge und never to wear  it again, or he may be dismissed/ from  (he whole organisation.  2. "A Scout is loyal to the King  uud to his oflicers, his parents, his  country, und his employers." It is  his duty to stick io them through  thick and thin against anyone who is  their enemy, or who even talks badly  ubout them.  3. "A Seoul's duty is to be useful  and to help others," And he is to do  his duty before anything else, even  though he gives up hia own pleasure,  or- comfort, or safety to do it. When  in difficulty to know which of two  things to do, he should choose that  which is best for other people, for that  is Mb dtity. He must Be Prepared at  any time to save life or to help injured persons, and he must try bis  beer to do a good turn to somebody  every day.  (To be continued)  Something for every home���and  everybody,���a brand new stock of  hot weather and fly-time necessities. See Dalgleish & Harding's  window displays.  CONCRETE  WORK  This is to announce that J have purchased the contracting plant and business of Clement-Riggs and shall devote  all attention to concrete work, in which  1 have had many year's experience. I  have a full equipment of power mixers,  Ace, and will give good work.  All Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete' Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  H. WITTER r  OFFICE: RESIDENCE:  Clement 0c Rina' Ute office,    Wootaley Av.  Water Street  Richter Street  = 150,000 =  Tomato Plants  FOR SALE besides,  Bedding & Cabbage Plants  H. LYSONS  Kelo  Greenhouse.  Reliability  is ��� word tlml sounds good but is  often used indiscriminately. My  reputation (or dependable merchandise is based on this principle com.  bincd with a willingness to make  good any possible defects. Hence,  NO dissatisfied customers.  Men's Serge Suits  Navy   Serge.   Beat   value  obtainable at        -   $12.50 ��t $20  Men's Pants  $1.75 to $6  Waterproofs  That are waterproof     -   $9.50  Men's Belts  New large auortinent just received       -      -   50c. to $1.25  H.F.  ���nur1  Water Street  (lat Block North)  Near Bank of Montreal  I PRODUCTIVE LAND}  ��� If you are seeking ',  | Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage |  apply to  :: R. L. DALGLISH. Okanagan Mission J  , , Telephone   -LI (( ,  '' Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna  ' ���  List of properties tor sale on application  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -  $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)     -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless    -     -   $12.00 per ton  W. HAl/G    -    KELOWNA B.C.    -    T-fc��  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  te*  te*  <s*  te*  te*  ��  <e*  ���*  te*  te*  <e*  te*  <s*  te*  <e*  <s*  te*  ��s*  <e*  ��s*  te*  The Full Value  of Coal  You will never derive the full value of the  money you pay for coal unless your stove is controlled by the Gurney Economizer. It actually  saves 1 ton of coal in every 6 you would ordinarily  burn in other ranges.  It also assures a thorough, steady, even heat  throughout the entire stove. There is no waste  heat going up the chimney.  The Economizer makes sure that the purpose  for which fuel is being burnt is carried out.  The Gurney Economizer is a simple device that  requires j-jst a light pressure on the lever to result  in a consistently heated oven���the secret of successful baking.  No sau.? person can afford to ignore this saving  in cc^l bills, so make sure that your new range  lia-> an Economizer.  The Gurney-Oxford is equipped with other  exclusive devices, the Divided Flue, the New  Special grate, and the Broiler attachment.  It also is made with a perfectly smooth polished  top which forever requires no black lead.  .There are no crevices where dirt may lodge  ���above all it is sanitary.  No intelligent housekeeper to-day can afford to  ignore the benefits which science has brought to  her through the Gurney-Oxford.  D. LECKffi, Kelowna  te*  te*  ��c*  <e*  <s*  te>  ��e*  ��H* KELOWNA RECORD  Thursday, May IS  Iactory^o the People  RICHMOND'S  Ready - to - Wear House  BIGGER and BETTER  VALUES THAN EVER  As we Near the Finish of Grocery Department  You will need to hurry if you wish to share in the Bargains still in stock. We  have moved the Balance of the Groceries into the back wareroom and are still  slashing and cutting prices for a speedy clearar.ee as we need room for our   READY-TO WEAR ��� ���  Clearing Prices on All Our  Merchandise  Men's Clothing and Furnishings Boots and Shoes  Dry Goods Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear  ALL ON SALE  BLl  Money-Saving Prices from the Grocery Department:  Canned Vegetables  Pumpkin, 3-lb tin, reg. 20c 2 for 25c  Tomatoes, 3-lb       ���      20c  2 for 25c  Corn, 2-lb tin ���      20c 2 for 25c  Peas, 2-lb tin ���     20c 2 for 25c  Beans, 2-lb tin       ���     20c 2 for 25c  Seeds  A very limited quantity of Garden Seeds  which we will sacrifice at Half Price. Also  Big Reductions on the balance of our  Timothy, Red Clover, Alfalfa, Alsack, Beet  Seed, Field Carrot Seed.  Canned Fruits  Blue Berries, 2-lb tin. reg. 20c 2 for 25c  Plums, 2-lb tin ���   20c      10c  Peaches, 2-lb tin ���   25c       15c  Apricots, 2-lb tin ���   25c      15c  Cherries, 2-lb tin ���    25c      15c  Crosse & Blackwell's 2-lb glass, reg 30. 20c  ���       Marmalade   ���       ���     reg 30..20c  Wagaluff'ii JamB, 5-lb pails, any variety. 75c  Evaporated Fruits  Prunes   3 lbs for 25c  Figs, reg. 12Jc        5c Ib  Evaporated Apples, reg. 20c 10c Ib  Pears, reg. 10c 3 lbs 25c  Sherrif's Fruit Extracts  Sherrif's famous Extracts, all flavors  2-ounce bottle, reg. 20c      2 for 25c  4      40c   25c  8 75c   50c  18 $|     75c  Olive Oil - Sauce - Vinegar  Olive Oil, Map of Italy brand  Large|bottle, reg. $1 75c  ���     reg. 50c            30c  Fine old English Worcester Sauce  Large bottle 10c  Holbrook't Vihegar.quart bot., reg. 25c. 20c  Coffee   -   Tea  Finest Coffee, reg. 50c lb. sale....3 lbs for $1  Nabob, Empress, Braid's Best, &c.  Special price in bulk Teas in Quantities  Finest Tea, reg. 50c Ib sale, 3 lbs for $1  Excellent Tea in bulk, specially blended,  reg, 40c and 50c Ib sale, 4 lbs $1  Miscellaneous  Canned Meats, all varieties.  Baking Powders:  Dr. Price's, Magic, Blue  Ribbon Bovril, all aizec  Salmon, Codfish, &c. Loaf Sugar  Toilet Soaps Washing Powders  Jelly Powders Mustard Tin Milk  DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT  We are rapidly clearing our lines of  Ready-to-  Wear.    Never have audi bargains been offered  in this city.   All our stock of  PLAIN AND FANCY WAISTS  in both Lingerie and Silk  to  be  cleared  regardless of cost.  Waists to suit all purposes at prices from 75c. up.  LADIES* WEAR  Ladies' Coats, House Dresses, Skirts, White Wear, Corsets,  Hose. Gloves, Waists Fan<;y Collars, Be(ts.  All the above linesj will be sold regardless of cost.  New Prints, Zephyrs, Flannelettes, Linens, Ginghams, Laces,  Galateas, Underwear, Muslins, Sheeting Ribbons, Towels,  Embroideries.  BOOTS AND SHOES  Working Boots, mule skin, reg. $2.50...$1.25 Good Working Boots, reg. $2.75 and $3...$2 Box Calf, Vici Kid  Boot, good material and wprkmanship, reg. $3.50 and  $4 . $2.75 Box Kip, Blucher,reg. $4.50 and $5...$3.75  Gun Metal, Blucher, reg. $5 and$5.50...$4 Walkover  Boots, reg. $6 and $6.50...$5 ' Walkover Boots, reg.  $7 and $7.50...$6  Boys' and Girls' School Shoes  $2 Boots for $1.50 $3 Boots for $2.25  Ladies' House Slippers  Good and comfortable, reg. $1.75 and $2 $1.25  Ladies' Strap Slippers  Fine Kid, reg. $2 to $2.50   '. $1.50  Ladies' Oxfords  Black or Tan, Button or Laced, reg. $4 $3  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  A Fine line of Overalls...$ I Hats, reg. $2 to $2.50 $1  Hats, reg. $3 and $3.50...$2 Hard Hats, reg. to $2.50  ...25c. each Soft Hats from $ I to $2 Shirts, reg.  $1.25. $1.50 and $1.75.. $1 and $1.25 Working Shirts  in colors of Karki, Tan, Black and Nnvy, made in a good  heavy cloth, reg. $ 1.50.. .$ I Splendid line of Negligee  Shirts in sizetfrom 141 to l7,reg.to$2.25...95c Odd  and broken lines at your own price. ' Men'i Collars to  clear at 10c. each.  CLOTHING  The 20th Century Brand and W- R. Johnson's. " The clothing with a guarantee."  $!5to$l7.50 .$10      $20to$22.50 $15  Boys' Clothing and Knicker Pants. Men's odd pants,  fine and heavy.  RICHMOND'S READY-TO-WEAR HOUSE Kelowna  From the Factory to the People Thursday, May IS  fl ��� People are measured from their feet up  quite as often as from  their heads down.  <J Probably the most  noticeable parts are your  feet.  KELOWNA BECOBJJ  Amusements  fl    Therefore   add   to  the    attractiveness    of  your  personal  appear^  ance by wearing  "Invictus" Shoes  fl This season's shades in " Invictus " tans are more  varied and attractive than ever���the 1913"Invictus"  Oxfords being exceptionally " natty."  tw Oak Hall Clothing Co.  LIMITED  Bernard Avenue  Kelowna, B.C.  Phone 257  P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & GO.  [Successors to the Morri.on-Thomp.on Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, &c.  Pipe Fittings of all kinds  Office and Shop i  Coates, Edwards & Gowen Garage        KELOWNA, B.C.  SPRING SALE  OWING to the late arrival of  some of   our early spring  lines we are forced to clear  them out to make room for new  summer stock  Coats, Suits,  Silk Waists,        '  Silk Petticoats  at reduced prices,  From  May   Ist to May  10th  WALTERS'  LADIES' & CHILDREN'S WEAR  Lawrence Avenue  Kelown  SPRING SALE  i  ��� PRINTING ?  Yes, we do all kinds of it.  It's no idle boast when we say  our  up-to-date machines are  continuously running off jobs  1 '  both   neat   in   design   and  -   -   excellent in finish   -   -  " The Priace of To-Night"  Possessor! of a merit whioh strikes  the elusive but unmistakable popular  note more unerringly than most of the  musical comedies now before the public, "Tho Prince of To-night," whioh  will be Been ��t the Opera House next  Wednesday, ranks an one of the most  notable- achievements of tnose prolific  writers of muBioal successes. Adams,  Hough, and Howard. "The Prince,of  To-night" is a production of tastefully conceived and elaborately executed scenic ideas. Tom Arnold, a  popular actor and whose artistio  ability uud splendid baritone voice  have long held him a favorite, is the  predominant figure in the plot, which  is one of real substance. The play  opens ut I'alm Heach, Florida, on the  night that a century plunt blooms,  when (he air is full of myBtory. Mr.  Arnold, as n young collegian, in  despair at being jilted by his sweetheart, is aided by the virtue of the  century plant to become a mythical  prince of I.uuitunia for the night, ut  the end of which he isto (fie unless he  in kissed by the girl he loves.  Mr. Arnold is surrounded by a large  custe of well-known principals and a  big chorus. Kach of the three acts  Oilers really notable Btage pictures,  the first "The Breakers," Palm Beach,  then the beautiful Delft Forest in Mke  mythicul country of Lunituniu, the  bouse.boat at the picturesque water  fete, a scene of kaleidoscopic beauty  and a banquet on tbe lawn in front of  "The Breakers."  The musical numbers are said to  possess a merit which closely allies  the "Prince of To-night" to comic opera. Among the many song hite are  'To-night will you never oome again,"  You won't know anybody there,"  'Can it be love," "Her oyes are blue  for Yale," "Follow the ltminbow  Trail," "I fell in love on Monday,"  'It is a dear old world after all,"  and "1 can't be true so far away."  ANGLICAN  St. Michael and All Angels' Church.  Holy Communion, first md third Sundaya in the  month at 8 a.m.; attend and fourth Sundayi, after  Momins Prayar.  Litany on the firs! and third Sundaya.  Morning Prayer at 11   o'clock:   Evanins Prayar at  7:30.  St. Andrew's, Okanagan Mission.  Firat and third Sunday in month. Holy Communion  nl ft ii.m.   Matini and Litany, II a.m.    ���  ��� Evensong 7:30  Second Sunday, Matini and Holy Communion at 11  Evensong 7:30  REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A., Rector.  Rev. C. H. MEYRICK, Assistant Prieit.  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelownn.  MorningServioaaat II a,m,;evanJnf lerviceiat7:30  p.m,   Sunday School at 2i30 p.m.  Wackty Prayer Masting on Wedneaday* at ft p.m,  Rev. A. DUNN, B.D.. Paslor.  BENVOULIN PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH  BETHEL CHURCH  Service 7.30 p.m.      Sunday School 2 p.m.  RUTLAND  Service II a.m.       Sunday School 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Service 3.45 p.m.       Sunday School 3 p.m.  Rev. J. ROWAN O'BRIEN. Pastor  Now is the Time  to get that Pair of NATTY SPRING  SHOES. DON'T wait until your ��ize is  gone.     Come in NOW and let ua Fit you  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church,  Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Midweek servicfe Wedneaday at fl p.m.  REV. J. W. DAVIDSON. M.A., B.D.. Pasto  BAPTIST  Ketowna Baptist Church, I-Jlire St.  Sabbath Service! at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School at 2.30 p.m.       All welcome.  Wed . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welsh, P..lor.  The Lay of the Ancient Egg  I am tke ligg;   i wus laid.  I'm the Uou that Laid the Egg.  1 got a place to rooat and part   ol  my board.  I'm the Farmer who Owned  The Hen that Laid the Egg.  I got twenty cente a dozen.  I'm tbe Man who Took the Egg to th*  Station  For the Farmer who owned the Hen  that Laid the Egg.  I got two oenta a dozen.  I'm the Express Company thut Shipped the Egg  From the Man who Took the Egg   to  the Station  For the Farmer who Owned  The Hen that Laid the Egg.  I got six oenta a dozen.  I'm the Bailroad that Carried the Egg  For tne Express Company that   Ship;  ped the Egg  From the Man who Took the Egg   to  the Station  For the Farmer who Owned  The Hen that Laid the Egg.  I got four cents adoten.  I'm the Wholesaler who ColdLatoraged  the Egg  Alter the Bailroad Carried the Egg  For the Express Company that, Shipped the Egg  From the Man who Took the Egg   to  the Station  For the Farmer who Owned  The Hen that Laid the Egg.  I aold the eggs for forty oenta   a  dozen.  I'm the Jobber who Passed Along the  Egg  Fromthe Wholeealer who Culd-storiiged  the Egg  After the Railroad Carried the Egg  For the Express Company that Ship-  pod the Egg  Fromthe Man who Took the Egg   io  the Station  For the Farmer who Owned  The Hen that Laid theEgg.  I aold tho egga for forty-eight oenta  a dozen.  I'm the Grocer who Sold the Egg  I got   from    the Jobber who Pawed  Along the Egg  From    the Wholeealer who  Cold-etor-  aged the Egg  After the Railroad Carried the Egg  For the Express Company that   Shipped the Egg  Fromthe Man who Took the Egg   to  the Station  For the Farmer who Owned  The Hen that Laid the Egg.  I    aold  the   egge for sixty oenta   a  dozen.  I'm the Poor Devil, who Ato the Egg  My Wife Bought, from the Grower who  Sold the Egg  He got from, the Jobber who  Passed  Along the Egg  From the Whole., 'er   who   Coldstor-  eged the Egg  [After th* Railroad Carried, the Egg  ="Clovel!y"=  Transport Service  M. BELLAMY   -   Manager  General   Lake Freighting  Contracts for large quantities  Picnic and  Fishing Parties  Accommodated at Moderate  Rates  ���   We are showing  A Great Variety in  all the  New Colors & Leathers  including  Black and Grey Suede, White Canvas  and Nubuck, Black Velvet Gunmetal,  Tan Calf, Chocolate and Vici Kid  A Large Range of Children's Footwear  at Money-Saving Prices Always on Hand  Give us a call.  Our quality and prices will convince you  Mail orders carefully & promptly filled  W. E. TAIT & CO.  THE CASH SHOE STORE  'Phone 256 P.O. Boi 233  I  Model Na E. 5S5  A Summer style of some  novelty. Note the pleated back, wilh belt fastened m wide seaim, giving a form-fitting back-  In Athlone tiveeds, Ban-  nockburm and Done-  gals.  Notice i. hereby given that the partnership heretofore exiating between M.eara.  Simon T. Elliott, Robert A. Copeland and  Henry G. Lenardaon. under the name of  the Orchard City Land Company, doing  biiaine.. aa real estate, in.urance and general agent., at Kelowna, B.C., haa been  di..olved. The undersigned, Simon T.  Elliott and Robert A. Copeland, will continue to do liiiaincaa under the name of  the Orchard City Land Company.  Dated the 22nd day of April, 1913.  S. T. ELLIOTT  R. A. COPELAND  "Deftly  Tailored"  Dissolution of Partnership  Notice ia hereby given that the partnership heretofore sub.i.ting between John  II. Davie, and Robert C. H. Mathie, carrying on business a. Davie, and Mathie,  Merchant Tailors, Kelowna, B.C., wa. di..olved on November I.t, 1912, by mutual  consent. The business is now being carried  on by the said Robert C. H. Mathie by  whom all debts incurred since the above  data will be paid and to whom all account,  aince that date are payable.  JOHN H. DAVIES  ROBERT C. H. MATHIE  For the Express Company that   Shipped the Egg  From the Man who Took the Egg  to  the Station  For the Farmer who Owned  The Hen that Laid the Egg.  I GOT PTOMAINE POISONING I  A -Iifc.  THOSE of you who  haven't yet discovered the  wonderful clothes value  represented by the brand " Fit-rite," will  do well to get in touch with us this Spring,  and let us show you just what specialized  tailoring can accomplish at a moderate  price,  The talented tailors engaged in the production of " Kit-rite " garments, h ive thitt ytar  excelled their own previous efforts���the Kit-rite  suits anil overcoats we're showing now, ict a  Ben murk in clothing values.  All the style distinction yna've been accustomed  to associate v ith high-priced custom tailoring.  All ihe details nf tine lai uring that the most  particular men demand.  TAiLORaCLOYKftro*  THOS. LAWSON, Kelowna KELOWNA RECORD  . ,1.    Thursday, Mag J5  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  have for sale the following  Nursery Stock  Apples        Pears  Cox's Orange  Bartlett  Gravestein  Spitzcnburg  Northern Spy  Wagner  Boussock  D'Anjou  Flemish Beauty  Winesap  Doyen DuComic  Wealthy  King David  Cherries  abs  Black Tartarian  Hyslop  Republican  Florence  English Morrello  SPECIAL PRICES will be quoted on orders of  100 trees and. over and 1,000 trees and over.  THIS STOCK is grown on the finest imported  French seedlings and is guaranteed by us.  PRICES are f. o. b. nursery, and  TERMS are strictly c. o. d.  RANCH OFFICE:  P.O. Box 209 Kelowna.   Phone H2  HEAD OFFICE:  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  REFRIGERATORS  Refrigerator and Screen  Door Time is here and  we are here with the   goods.   Our large assortment of these has  just arrived direct from the manufacturers. No middle man's profit;  so you will find our prices the  ������������������ lowest ���^���  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO, Ltd.  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Estimates Furnished on all kinds of buildings.       Residence! and Modern  Bungalowi a Specially,  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  1 have a full line of interior decoration., consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspe.    .ly stock of Wallpapers and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  Gty and country patronage solicited  Town and Country  PROFESSIONAL AND  .BUSINESS CARDS  Mrs. Dan McLean left for the  coast on Thursday.  Remember the Talent Tea in the  Aquatic Pavilion on Monday, Mav  20th.  The mayor, Mr. J. W. Jones,  started on a business trip to I the  coast on Monday of this week.  Messrs. E. M. Carruthers and F.  E. R. Wollaston left for a visit to  the Old Country yesterday.  Mrs. Geo. A. Robison will not  receive on Friday, May 16th bul  will receive again on the 3rd Friday in June.  Mr. and Mrs.,Downing wish to  thank their neighbors and friends  for their kindness during their  recent bereavement.  Rev. J. W. Davidson went to the  coast on Monday for the purpose  of attending the Methodist conference, which will detain him until  the end of the week.  The Funeral took place on Saturday last of Verna McGregor, aged  I 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McGregor of DeHatt Ave.  Mr. H. Millie has been making a  considerable improvement to the  appearance of his house by the  addition of a large verandah and  also a sleeping porch for the hot  weathet.  Great sympathy is felt with Mr.  and Mrs. Downing in the loss of  their little five-year-old girl, Dorothy Mabel, who died Saturday last  from heart trouble. ��� The funeral  took place Monday.  There will be a meeting at Mrs.  Crowley'8 home on Saturday, May  7th at 3 p.m to arrange for the  Ladies' Hospital Aid Talent Tea.  All interested are requested to attend.  Mr. W. D. Morgan, formerly with  Lequime Bros, as manager of their  shoe department, has accepted a  position with W. E. Tail &Co. and  will have charge of their new store  here. His many friends will be  glad to know that he has bettered  himself considerably by the change.  The Ladies' Hospital Aid will  hold their annual Talent Tea at  the Aquatic Pavilion on Monday  afternoon, May 20th from 3 to 6.  You are cordially invited to attend  and learn how the ladies of the  aid use their vaiied talents to earn  money for this estimable cause.  Tea will be served for 25c.  The orchestra which played  selections of. popular music at the  Opera House last Saturday proved  a very popular leature and attracted quite a large number of people.  The experiment is to be repeated  to-night and oh Saturday and prot-  vided the public show sufficient  appreciation of this effort to combine an instrumental concert with  the usual pictures it may be made  a permanent feature.  The new order of the Moose  celebrated their formation in a  jovial manner on Monday with a  smoking concert in their new lodge  room' over Alsgard's store. A large  number of members filled the room  and the items of the programme  were of a most festive nature arid  much appreciated judging by the  lusty participation in the choruses.  The party broke up in the early  hours of Tuesday morning with a  sense of a most successful inagura-  tion.  An amusing incident was witnessed on Water Street on Monday  when a foreign laborer committed  the unpardonable offence of spill  ing some tar on the sidewalk.' He  was so chagrined at his blunder  that he moat laboriously went to  work lo rectify the matter by  wrenching up the planks involved  and relaying the boarda with the  tarred aide downwards. This act  of reparation brought a smile of  gratification to hia face which  would have made the fortune of  any photographer.  BURNE & TEMPLE  ���Solictors.  Notaries' Public,  Conveyancers, etc,  KELOWNA, :: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, :: B. C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna   -   'Plione 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harwy, B.A., Sc. C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  ,   .      and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER  and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  ' Kelowna,   B. C.        ,  Phono 147. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  Wr, nXrtotp Tod boyd  Exhibitioner Royal College  of  Music, and Uuly  with Kendrick Pyitv,  Mill. Doc, Organiit of the  Cathedral, Manchester, Eng.,  .     RECEIVES  PUPILS  Al tb. Sludi.,  Trantli  Block. Kelowna.  Muaic  of aviwy  description  auppltad.  .0.      437.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr.J.W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. 0. Boa Its 'Phono BS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  give, lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO -Morrlson.Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plana nnd Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  irigs.Tov.'ii and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PW6NE No. 93  PtatioSorte', Oi'flun, Voice Protfii'ckion  Singing, Harmony,Counterpoint, &c.  STAflLEY  HtfUftiNSON  A.R.C,0.  (A inn: ial e of the Royal College: of Organi111, Load.)  Givss loosons in the above subjects.  Qualified   by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  ��� uccenei   at local   examination*  (Trinity  College, London)  15  years' successful  teaching experience  Studio   -   Raymer block  S. W. fHAVER, DiV.S.  VRTBKINARY SURGEON  (Gradual. McGill Univ.r.ll.)  Residence :   LAWRENCE  AVE.  Monagaa  may   be   loll   al   lire   office  of  M.Mrs. Rattenbury ft Williama  Miss FRANCES A: PEARSON  LrT.A.W. (torlBbn)  lea.:liti coWKt  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply "Racord" Office.  E. C. atfEblDELL  HARRISTBR, 'SOLICITOR, and  NOTARY PUBLIC  Goer Roual Band   ���   Keloicna, B.C.  ������' "��� '���'��� '"���''���      :   i  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Barnard Avanua      . ���      Kelowna. B.C.  w. c. mm  BUILDEJR & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office i No. 6, Crowley Mock, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  ..     ii        I  Gaddes-iMavi.*  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  i  'Phone 217     -     Leckie Block!  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT N^RtHANTS  Jjgu  Fresh lAgEft Daily  Full supply JttiarifrtiHcl Bacon  Fresh feih*'<8et��6n  13 ii ��� ��������������?������������ ���  W. LUDLOW; lltkflger  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, end being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town.  ��ke and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Clofte to Town aiid Market.  There ia only one GLENM6RE. Don't miss lhe opportunity of selecting a few acrea of thia desirable  property.  If you with 0 cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and we will  ���how you our sub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ��  Just four blocks from the centre of the town.    Pricef low.   Terms easy,  monthly payments if so desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A luge acreage will be planted this spring with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Ternis: Ohe^FiftriCasli, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely pure water.   Domestic supply piped to every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  OK. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply al yonr  lumber  We have now a large stock of local auU coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality  and In  atpIefrfM  condition.  A complete line of  doors and Windows  lath and shingles  a. Thjiredag, Mag 16  KRLOWNA EECORD  Cut   Worm  Medi  wine  |The early bird gets the worm  md that is the only way to  treat the Cut Worm.  [If you don't get him first he  will get your crop.  Merger's Paris Green  Arsenate of Lead  Tree Tanglefoot  Iny of the above ingredients  ill get him if properly used  and in time.  '. I Wits I Co.  )RUGGISTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  HONE 19  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  JflE^OWNA    =     B.C.  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal  mining rights oi the Domin-  Hamitoba, Saskatchewan end  Alberta, the Yukon- Territory, the  North-wont Territories, and in a  portion ol the Provinoe ol British Columbia, may be leased ior a term ol  lo fl an aroe. Not mon thsn 2,560  acres will be leaeed to one appliuuit.  Application lor the lease must be  made by ths Applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights applied for  are aituated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions o! sections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory tbe traot applied lor  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Eaoh application must be accompanied try a lee ol tS which will be  refunded il the rights applied ior are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall bs paid on tbe merchantable output ol the mine at the  rate of five oenta per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting ior the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. II the coal mining  rights are not being operated, suei  returns should be lurnishod at least  ones a year.  The lease will include the ooal mining rights only, but the leases may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available aurf'-o rights may be con  sidered necessary lor the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For lull information application  should be made to the secretary lo  the Department oi ths Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. W. COBY,  Deputy Minister oi the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of  this   advertisement   will   not   be paid  Wireless Service to be Established with England  The Hon. L. P. PeUetier, postmaster  general, gave to ths House the other  afternoon the details of a new arrangement which hae been effeoted with a  British syndicate to provide a thoroughly up-to-dato wireless service between this country and Great Britain.  The arrangement brings with it a  considerable reduction in rates, and it  is to bo in working order within a  year after the contractis ratified.  Free Supplies of Farm  Implements for Indians  For tho first time in the history of  the Dominion of Canada the Indians  have been supplied with a complete  outfit of implements for tilling their  land, and are now actively engaged in  the pursuit of agrioulture. The tribe  favored by the government in this experiment to interest the redmen in  something besides idle hormytrading, is  the Rarcee nation living on a reservation a few miles south of Calgary.  Plana are now under way to send a  party of three hundred British educationists to tour Canada in 1918,  The Right Hon. H. L. Samuel, Britain's postmaster general, will visit  Canada shortly.  The government annuities aot is to  bo amonded by resolution ol which the  Hon. Mr. PeUetier has given notice,  and whioh will increase the total  amount which may be paid by way of  annuity from $600 to $1000.  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agent for the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry despatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  We have made arrangements with  the Taube Optical Co., of Vancouver  and Calgary, that their eyesight specialist, Dr. S. L. Taube, who has had  forty-two years experience in the optical business, to bo at our store on  Wednesday, May 28th. Tf there ie  anything wrong with your sight, do  not fail to consult him. All workmanship absolutely guaranteed as  tested.    TRENCH'S DRUG STORE.  It has been  said that the  AVERAGE  person has a  PHOTOGRAPH  made once  every  FIVE YEARS.  Give your  friends  PLEASURE  by making an  APPOINTMENT  with  S.GRAY  "The photographer in your town "  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landsoape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largeat Studio, in tha Interior  Portraita by appointment  ON TIME  Psadoii Strest,   -   Ktiowna  CLAUD H. JAMES &TRENWITH  ��r <������   '     Pendozi'Street North, Kelowna, B.C.  We Sell Everything Electrical  i   i i i   i i    i i  For Bargain Day  this week we feature  THE FAMOUS  E��EREADY  IGNITOR  BATTERY  v ���  . Sold regularly 50c. each  1 . *  SATURDAY.May 17 ONLY  =35 cents  i .   ���  .: _  House Wiring Electric Motors Electric Fans  . Electric Fixtures and Supplies  Electric Heating Appliances  Launch Lighting Outfits, Magnets, Ate.  ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED  1#~��*S  ��TOO  swift  arrives  aa tardy  * aa too alow.*'  Evan Shakeapeara appreciated  what punctuality meant to the  individual. Time ia the eaaence  of everything. Meaaure yours  accurately with an ELGIN or  WALTHAM purchased in this  store. We make a splendid showing of practical popular models���  $5 to $65  I I PARKER  & CO., Jewelers  Crowley Blk. - Kelowna, B.C. < >   i >   !  ,  ,  ;i Telephone-270 ;;  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leavei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leave. Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  LAND REGISTRY ACT  In the matter of an application for duplicate Certificate of Title No. 10490a for  S.W. quarter of Section 14, N.W. quarter  and N.E. quarter of Section 11, Township  23, ^ ale District, Oaoyooa Division (except  Lot 122, Group I, and except travelled  atreeta, road., &c.).  Notice is hereby given that it ia my intention at the expiration of one month  from the date of the firat publication  hereof to iaaue duplicate certificate of title  to aaid landa iaaued to JOHN CONROY  unleaa in the meantime I ahall receive  valid objectiona thereto in writing.  C. H. DUNBAR.  District Regiatrar  Dated thia Slat day of March, 1913,  Land Regietry Office.  Kamloops, B.C.  Brown Leghorns  Egg (or Hatching  $1.30 per setting, special terms (or  quantities.  Also a (ew good cockerels (or sale  Apply  W. A. SCOTT, Benvoulin.  SPIRELLA CORSETS  including waiata for children from I to Myra  Mra. I. D. Daviea will be at home each  Monday to receive ordera between the  houra of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., at  Maldwyn Cottage, Wilson Avenue  P.O. Box 626. 'Phone 4602.       23.6  TO RENT  Thre very desirable Dwelling Houses  in town.     Furnished or unfurnished  LEASES GRANTED IF REQUIRED  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Dr.J.CHAS.ORNER,oPhD.  The well-known Sight Specialist  aaaaMaaaaaaaaaKaaaaasM ��' Kamloops, will be at the  Palace Hotel, Monday and Tuesday, May 19 & 20  COMING  He will give you an accurate and scientific examination, absolutely  (ree  and  aupply  you  with  properly-fitted   glasses   at  lowest prices  Don't Miss this Chance  REFRIGERATORS  ALL REFRIGERATORS ARE NOT ALIKE. YOU WANT  TO GET THE RIGHT KIND-THE KIND THAT INSURES  PROPER AIR CIRCULATION.  WE SELL THE  KELOWNA REFRIGERATOR  THIS REFRIGERATOR WILL KEEP YOUR FOODS  FRESH AND PREVENT VEGETABLE ODOURS FROM  MAKING YOUR   BUTTER AND  MILK "TASTE".  WE SELL ONLY THE BEST IN HARDWARE.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  PLANET JUNIOR  IMPLEMENTS  FOR THE FARM AND ORCHARD  Combination Drill and Cultivator  One and Two-Horse Cultivators  A full line of Parts and Accessories  See our special line of  HARNESS  FOR  LOGGING, TEAMING, &  GENERAL FARM WORK  and complete assortment of  Single and Double Driving Harness,  Saddles and Accessories  Carload has just arrived of  McLaughlin Carriages & Democrats  Stylish and exclusive designs  One grade only and that the best  SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY  Coates, Edwards & Gowen  BERNARD AVENUE  'Phone 17 KELOWNA RECORD  Thuradaq, Mat) IS  'Phone No. 104 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2.J.4 and 5-inch Drain Tile  on hand.  Weather permitting we will have new brick  on the market by May Ist, 1913.  SAND FOR SALE  TheCLEMENT-RIGGS.Ld.  Office in Raymer Building.  KELOWNA, B.C.  H. & K. TRADING CO.  Penticton  PURE  ICE CREAM  ICE  PURE  AERATED WATERS  Local Representative: W. T.   FLEET,  Phone 24 Headquarters :   Brooke's Livery  FRUIT, HAY AND MIXED  FARM LANDS  Irrigated.     Any sized acreages.  Prices: $125.00 per acre.  Terms:   Quarter cash down, balance I, 2,  3 years at 7 per cent, interest.    Soil, black  mellow loam.  Also 2,000 acres en block, very choicest of  land. Reasonable prices and terms. Best  large investment in B.C. Prices one-half  less than what other Okanagan companies  sell for. Aa for quality of soil we invite  personal inspection and comparison with  other high-priced lands in thia valley.  Alberta Farm Lands for Exchange  Choice Alberta improved farms and city  lots exchanged for Kelowna and Okanagan  fruit, hay and residential lots. Alberta  property rising in value rapidly.  I Panhard Levasson Automobile  45 h.-p. Cost $6,000 new. Will sell for  $800 cash, or will exchange for lots, horses  or cattle.  HITCHNER BROTHERS  Westbank, B.C.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that at the next  statutory meeting of the Board of Licensing  Commissioners for the City of Kelowna, I,  Aithur Peabody, intend to apply for 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, between Water Street and Pendozi  Street, in the City of Kelowna, B. C.  Dated the 15th day of May, 1913.  25-28  TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS  Auction Sale  1 have received instructions to sell without  reserve all the Household Furniture and  Utensils of  J. H. MIDDLETON. Paul Street,  on  MONDAY, MAY 19th, 2 p.m.  Terma Cash  J. C STOCKWELL   -   Auctioneer  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  FOR  PICTURE FRAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  SEE  W. EASTON  'Phone 187  Pendozi Street, N.        P.O. Box 552  Workshop over Claude James' Electrical Store (behind  Dalgleich &, Hardings'.)  B  COME SEE THEM  PRICES ARE RIGHT  nK^Bt  Mm  M  m  \ \mi  7 W^  ��:lji  Ladies' Suits  For the next two weeks we will  offer the balance of our Ladies'  Suits ,-it  Cost Price  Now is your chance to procure a Good Suit CHEAP  Our stock is not very large but  we have a very nice selection lo  choose from yet; so don't delay  if you are  in  need  of   a  Suit  yrfggSjgr-v.  JlPr/t  IB  Wm  J  �� r  I til  Wi  I  1 i JP^oll  t  11 llPr*^  THOMAS LAWSON, Limited  The Kelowna Board of Trade are requir-  ing tenders for the erection of  their   New ;  Office Building on Bernard Ave., adjacent  to the Kelowna Sawmill office.  Plans and Specifications, also   forms   of  tender prepared   by   P.   Edmund   Corby, '  Architect, can be obtained from the  Pub-,  licity Commissioner at his   office   in   the .  Crowley Block on and after Saturday I7tl  inst.   Tenders will close   at   5   p.m.   or  Tuesday evening next.  FOR THE  CHICKENS  Ground Bone   25 lb. sks.     .75  501b. ���   $1.25  1001b. ���   $2.50  >���      ti  �����      ����  Beef Scraps    501b.  ,,   $2.50  1001b. ,,   $4.75  ���� M  Clam Shell     1001b.   ���    $3.00  Crystal Grit   1001b.  ,,   $3.00  Chick Food   1001b. ���   $5.00  B1BBYS CREAM  EQUIVALENT  FOR THE CALVES  Per   501b. sack  1001b.  ( WANTED! )  2 Centa per word, firat inaortion and  I Cent per word each aubaequent  insertion, minimum 25 enta.  FENCE POSTS FOR SALE  Fir.   Apply Cather.   'Phone B4.      22tl  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holatein Bull, at Harriaa'  Hawkeadale  Ranch.   Apply   E.   Marvin,  Manager. lOtf  FOR SALE  Horae. buggy, and harneaa.   Price $175.  Apply P.O. Box 12. IStf  FOR RENT  10  acrea  improved land with water, at  Rutland.     Apply Robert Hughea, Box 82,  Kerriadale, Vancouver, B.C.  HORSES FOR SALE  The Belgo.Canadian Fruit Landa Co.  Ltd.. having completed conatruction work  have for aale a number of teama and ain-  gle horaea of all grades, at vary reasonable  pricea. Alao aeveral acta of good work  harneaa.   Apply at the Office. 20tf  STRAYED  to our place April 23, one white aowl  Apply to Duncan, Wallace and Patteraon.;   23.6  FOR SALE  Thia ia for a bargain-hunter. 20 acrea.  all under cultivation. 700 Iwo-year-oldj  treea, houae, good water, &c Price $375  per acre. Will take lota or eity property  aa part payment for quick aale, For par-'  ticulara write to Box D," Kelowna Record."    24tf  FOR SALE ,  Seed   potatoe*.   Aahcrofta. Excellent-  condition.   Apply N. H. H. McDougal.  Glenmore.      24-3  FOR SALE  Good young aow j fit to be bred.   C H.  Pitt, Rutland. 24-6  INCUBATOR FOR SALE  Peerleaa, 130 egg. in good condition, alao  brooder.   Apply, J. Campbell, Rutland,  x  WANTED  Young  Girl   for   light  work   in   ataam  laundry.   Apply  at once Kelowna Steam  Laundry. 20tf  VIRITE  Mo��t effective and economical Mumping  powder on the market. No poisonous  fume.. Nn headache, from .handling. No  freezing. High aafety. Apply at magazine  near S.K.L. Co.'a aurvey camp.        21-5  FOR SALE  Cheap, one  bay   pony mare.   May be  ridden or driven.    Apply Box 152.     2ltf  MONEY TO LOAN  Limited amount of money to loan.   Ag.  greemente of aale preferred.   Apply G. A.  Fi.her. 22tf  FOR SALE  Young Piga ; registered Berkshire firat-  claaa breeding atock ; alao Egga for hatch.  inp-Barred Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, r.-c.  Rhode Island Reds. r..c. Brown Leghorns.  Apply J. Bateman. Vernon Road. Kelotv-  na. 22tf  LAKE FRONTAGE  I In lota of 5 acres and upwarda. Perfectly  flat ; four miles from Kelowna. First  I waler record. Government wharf. Creek  .through property ; $800 per acre. Apply  1" Record " Office. 22-  FOR SALE ~  Pure-bred   Houdan   Cockerel.  C. II. Leathley, Rutland.  Apply  FOR SALE  20 acres fine fruit and hay land, aix  milea from Kelowna on Vernon road i also  7-roomed houae and two fine building lota  on Wilson avenue. All at very attractive  figures. Inquire F. 6. Coatea, Lakeview  Hotel. 23tf  ENGLISH YOUNC LADY  wiahea  position as governess, lady help  or housekeeper.   Disengaged  May 23rd,  Misa L.     inchbeck,  Okanagan  Landing,,  B.C. 25-6  FOR SALE  Two Holatein cow., coming fresh  right  away.   Would exchange ona for Jereey.  Also pony for aale.    Apply  Benvoulin  Manae. 23  FOR SALE  Heintzman piano in perfect condition.'  $250.   Apply Box 226. 25-  '      TENDERS WANTED  To put up 60 tona hay.   Could arrange  to do mowing and help with hauling,   O  A. Peaaa, Creekeide, Kelowna. 25i  STRAYED  on to theae premises February   lal one  roan cayouse,   white   face,   branded   JB  (joined) on right shoulder.   R. Munson.  25-6  WANTED  to purchase a strong row boat.  Box C, Kelowna Record.  Apply  25  LOST  , Large brown mare, white star, branded  ? lazy 4 , and on hind hip (J. Laat seen  at old sawmill, Dry Valley, on Sunday  morning, I Ith. Reward. A. G. Farrier,  Bankhead, Kelownn. 25-6  WANTED  Young lady for probationer nuiaa at  Kelowna Hospital. For particulara apply  G. A.  Fisher,  secretary,  Crowley  Block.    25tf  FOR SALE  Large water tank, $10; cost $100. Good  as new.   Apply P.O. Box 149. 25  FOR SALE  i wo muiea aaddles nearly new.   Apply  Mrs. Woodmaas, Okanagan Mission.   25-7  WANTED  For B.C. Horse Camp for 12 daya commencing June 2nd next, 2 camp cooks, 2  waiters, one servant, one labourer, four  dismounted men to leern military engineering. For further particulara apply tn  Major Clarke or Lieut. Temple. 25  WANTED  Two girls for sewing. Apply  Mrs. Far.  rell, Ellis St. S. 25tf  FOR SALE  Solid Rubber Tired Buggy, ball bearing  bicrcle wheela, and single set driving her.  neaa in firat-claaa condition.   Engliah sad.  die and bridle. Apply P.O. Box 251,   25tf  MOTOR CAR FOR SALE  or exchange for real estete in Kelowna.  Apply P.O. Box 149. 25  WANTED  10 dozen   mixed   laying   hens.   Phone  2002 or address Geo. Chew, Kelowna.   25  _

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