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 VOLWlKMe,  KELOWNA. BRITISH CQ^JMBIA, ti^ItSDAY; JULY 31. 1913.  $1.50 Per Annum,  Armoury May be lfeijt"N��t  Year���Motoriit* and ihe  Speed Limit   \  Than was a full attsndanoe ot last  Friday's meeting of the city council,  meeting, which however,, wet only ��  short on*. _..- ,'  The first.item of business wa�� a  letter from the Minister Of Militia, the  Hon. Sam Hughes, injrepjy to a oom-  munioaiion from the council offering  a free site in the park for tan armory  for the local- eoptingent of the B, 0.  Horse.  City Clerk,     >-'���>  Kelowna, B. C.  Dear Sir,-1 am in .receipt of your  letter of the 8th instant relative to  tbe establishment of an armory for  your squadron of i the B.C. Hone.  I am-erecting two or three drill  halls in the viohlity of Kelowna, this  year, and I am afraid it will be impossible to give you one this year. I  shall be pleased, however to consider  the claims of Kelowna at the very  earliest possible moment.  I,thank the eity very much for their  kind, offer of a free site in your public  park and shall hope to avail myself  of the same within a very.short time.  Again thanking you.  '��� '���'��� Faithfully,  . '   .' / SAM HUGHES.  Commenting upon the letter, the  mayor said they had hardly* expected  to have'the armory built this year,  as no definite site had been, fixed upon, .and it would tie necessary- also to  take �� vote of'tlie' ratepayers before  any site in the park could be given.  AU thi* would take considerable Vtime.  He thought yt 'was very probable that  the armory would be built herajj however.  The Finance committee recommended  payment of'the. following account.:  J. A. Morrison ft Co UM  Max J��nkins It Co. Teaming . 16 **  H. Q. Blair... . . .*,  -. ���  ���    W-&,  D. Leekie   .   ���      ���  W.-i.  A. Forsyth, sewer work . . . 10*)  J. Conlon, sewer work . .'.   .   10.80  ' F. Bruno, sewer work ....    9.00  T.Farre, tewer work ....    ��������>  J; Cutts, sewer work. 6-����  F. Pattesei, sewer work . . .. 9.00  H. Herbert, sewer work ... 9-00  J. .iors., sewer work ...   ���    9.00  L. Anion, sewer work     9.00"  W, Tindley. sewer work . . . 9.00  A. Trberi, sewer work . .��� .  . . 9.00  E. Taylor, sewer work . ... 9.00  P. Candle, aewer work     9.00  C. Petria, sewer work .......    9.00  D. H. Batienbury, W 10 feet  of- lot 1, map 710 . ...�� . .9.00  E. E. Erskine, W. 10 feet of  lot 8, block 21, map 830.. . 106.00  6.P.B. Co., freight ., , . :  .    1-98  C. P. R. Co., freight :.. .  . .91.40  E. C. Weddell,' fees for, at- ..'  tending police court. .,. .,.    19.00  Sewer pay roll 'for 1   days  ending,June,,30, 1018. . ..766.00  Sewer pay' roll for 16 days  ending July 16, 1918 1717.96  Respecting the payments included in  the account. for'lend taken in whining Pondori etreet, the mayor asked  if all tho payments'had now bees  made.  The city clerk replied in tha negative. The mney) waa .available, and  all had been notified, but delay had  been caused in many oases by the parties failing to have the necessary certificates ol title, etc., ireedy.  Alderman Sutherland reported that  the Finance committee had not considered it advisable to do tke filling  work asked tor by the school trustees,  and the board! had been notified to  that effect.  Alderman Thompson said there had  been talk last year 'of .having, a wire  guard stretched under I tne water at  the edge of the bathing beach when  it,-dropped off into deep water,r so as  to prevent a recurrence of last year's  accident, tine Park committee had  consulted the.bathing instructor, Mr.  Foote, and he had not been vary, favorable to. such a plan, He said that  if .the wire netting was put below tha  surface e*t the water St would ba a  J very dangerous thing,, and if.left  ���ticking out of the water it would  be 4n 'obstacle to boats'going is and  out. The suggestion had been mads  that a Vpaae bs enclosed where boats  would not need to pass.''  It wae tbe opinion-of other members  ot the council, that whether a .guard  of'any Und we. placed'there or not,  notices'should.be .ported conspicuously informing the public of the danger  *i�� to the beach ending a short distance from tht shore in a sadden (hop  lata deep water.  Alderman Cosens said he would ribs  to see notice*' posted in the streets  cautioning motorists against exceeding the speed limit. The way in  which some drivers were racing along  the streets Was a danger to the pub-  He. Such notices might sane to remind them that they were breaking  tbe law. i,  ' Alderman Calder aaid he had notio-  ed that after -matches at the exhibition grouhds enotors were raced down  ESis strec' In a most disgraceful njan-  nen Last .Thursday, for instance, j he  Was sure soma of them must' have  been going at 60 miles an hour.   ,-  This, brought, a remonstrance from  Alderman Taylor, whose sense of accuracy prompted him to maintain that  tbere were no care\in the distriot  which could travel at 60 miles per  hour on these roads.  Alderman Calder, however, white  not insisting upon the 60 miles an  hour,, said that drivers ot cars certainly "let them out'" in a very dangerous way on the return trip to  town.  The council' had actually adjourned  its session when a belated deputation.  consisting of Messrs. F. M. Buckland.  D. W. Crowley, W.', Crawford and1 A.  L." Meugens, appeared on behelf ofth*  Aquatic Association to ask for a  grant from the: council towards the  expense of the forthcoming regatta.  Visions. of financial stringency and  empty publio. coffers, caused a broad  smile to overspread the features ot  the worthy ' aldermen, as the word  "grant" was mentioned, but they listened patiently to the persuasive eloquence-of the" deputation, as they explained that the regatta this year  was to be a bigger event than over  before, and that they would consequently like a larger sum than last  year.' ���    I ������'. .'������      ���    ',  The mayor-said the,Finance ctun.it-  leo had been preparing tlid vatiaiai.es  of money to be appropriated for tbe  various committees,' and t hey lad  come - to the conclusion that it was  impossible to make any increase of  grants this year. They would hy, hnw  ever, to give ths same as last year,  namely, 8160,  The deputation admitted the difficulty of the' situation, and had perforce to' retire with this assuranoe. \  Motor Cycle Club Formed  Tne Okanagan Motor Cycle Club was  inaugurated/���*! a meeting last Thursday in the Kelowna Garage Co.'s office, and already, considerable interest  is. being shown in it. It was proposed to hold a number of tours during  the present summer and fall, and arrangements were., dismissed for tbe  holding of track races and contests  locally..  T|ie following officers were elected:  Hen. President, Mr. Pearoe; President  H. A. Burbank; Seo.-Treas. H. Le-  qnesne; Chairman of competition committee, K. Sutherland; Chairmen of-  membership committee, W. S, Petri*;  Chairman ol .ocial oonunittee, Freer  Muller. Tne annual membership lee  wae fixed at 81.00 with an initiation  fee .of 11.00. AH interested, are Invited  to become members whether owners  ot machine, or not.  A.further meeting is to be held tonight at the garage, where a club-  room is .being fiMed up,  THE BAND CONCERT  Following is the .program for     the  weekly band concert at the park   tomorrow night: ���  March, "Greeting to Bangor." ., Hall  Overture "Eldorado." Bowman  Tranmerei .Schumann  Golden i#tod Mazurka .... Hermann  Spanish Waltz "Ynita" .... Brown  Dixie Land Cakewalk  ...��-. Beyer  Selection  "Mascot" Andrau  March ."Kelowna" Bornholdt  0 Canada.  N. .BORNHOLDT. Conductor   1   A meeting of .the Kelowna Poultry  Association will tie held on Thursday  August 7th at 8 p.m. In tbe Sons  of England room, Keller block. AH  members are requested, to make a  special effort to attend. Also any  poultry t fancier, who wish to join ths  association. The -Winter Show date has  been fixed for JDeo. 2, 3, and 4 and  there is a lot of business to arrange.  Members aro invited to bring somo  young oockereUs on whioh a diecumion  will be held on utility and show  points.  Special Scow Will Cie*r Up Fr  Sunday Boat Service  Shipment* During the Night  Resumed This Week  Recently the C.P.R. have been paying special' attention to the expeditious handling of the fruit and , produce of the Okanagan valley which  is increasing in volume,year by year.  The matter "has been seriously considered by the company's chief officials  and it is gratifying to hear that no  stone wilt be left unturned to bring  about a satisfactory condition of  things. ~-  "We intend to clear up every ounce  of freight eaoh ' evening," ' was the  statement of Superintendent J. M. McKay in the course of an interview yesterday morning with Mayor Jones  and Mr. S. T. Elliott, Vice-president  of the Board of. Trade, i "and in order  to. give effect to this we will put on  an additional evening scow to. clear  ii 11 all the fruit and produce remain  other points along the lake. To carry  this into effect we must ask your cooperation in .placing lights on the Kelowna wharf while the freight is being handled." ,  Hia worship at onoe intimated that  this would be done, and Mr. McKay  eaid that steps would be taken to  commence the new iservice without  delay.  Mr. Robertson, tbe manager of the  Central- Selling Agency, who. was also  in Kelowna yesterday morning, expressed extreme satisfaction with the  prospect of,the service. Mr. McKay  was accompanied by Capt. J. C. Gore,  superintendent of the companyja lake  and river service.  Another interesting point on which  a" pronouncement wss i made yesterday  morning was the question, of the resumption of the eastbound Sunday  passenger service lo Okanagan Landing The Board of Trade have bad  this matter up with the C.P.U., aad  had pointed out to the company the  great    inconvenience    caused- through  ing over each day at Kelowna and the- there being    no northbound    steamer  from tlfe Saturday to Monday morning to enable the public to join -the  main, line; at Sicamous. The announcement is new - made that the Okanagan will,'resume this service on Sunday morning jaext-.  Remains ef Serg.-Major Pettman  Inferred Willi Military Honours  One of the saddest events in the  history of this community -was enacted  on Tuesday last .when the remains - ot  Arthur Coles,Pettman were interred in  thc cemetery with military honors.  About six weeks ago an accident occurred, near the Presbyterian church  ih whioh a vehiole was overturned and  its three occupants were thrown out,  two of. them sustaining bruises, while  the deceased received aiblaw entailing  concussion of'the brain, complications  following from which he.hied on tjpn-  day last.  Deceased was well known, in the city  having been associated with most- every form of sport, especially football,  lacrosse, the war canoe, and the gymnasium. He wae a member of the fire  brigade and a Sergeant-Hajor in the  local squadron of the, It. C. Horse. It  was on this latter account that the  funeral which took place Tuesday afternoon was of a military character,  being attended by the oity band and  detachment of the B. C. Horae.  members of tbe lire .brigade were also  present and the Sons of ' England  lodge, of which deceased was president.  Possibly 'the most pathetic sight in  the procession' was the deceased man's  horse whioh was led immediately behind his (ate master, with saddle and  bridle draped with black and tbe boots  reversed in the stirrups. The pomp  and oaremony of a military funeral  were enhanced by the slow strains ,of  the band which the whole procession  kept step. The pall bearers .consisted  ot six members ol the Son. of England. The coffin which was covered  with a Union Jack bore a wreath and  the deceased's military cap and tunic.  Tbe procession started from the residence at - o'clock and prooueded along  Riohter street to the new English  church, where a most impressive nervier- oommenoed with the well known  hymn, "Days and Moments Quickly  Flyinrf." This wns followed in the  usual way by n psn'lni nnd the inspiring passage from .the Epistle to the  Corinthians, after which a short address was delivered by Rev. C. H. Meyrick, in whioh he drew the large congregation's attention to the appropriateness of his' text. "In the midst ol  life we are in death,"  The service concluded with a hymn,  "Rock of Ages", .after which the sad  procession wended its way to the cemetery, headed as before by the' band.  On arrival the firing-parly lined up  at the side of the grave into which  the coffin was lowered, and prayers  were read as the body was committed  to the ground,   f  The firing party then gave a salute  of three rounds in .slow succession, the  echoes reverberating through the bills,  The solemn notes ol the "Last Post"  concluded the ceremony.  Floral tributes were sent from the  officers of the- B. C. Horse, the noncommissioned officers and ihe rank  and file, and representative!) from the  Vernon squadron hleo brought a  wreath. 'The Sons of England provided  a beautiful wreath of fed and white  roses, typify(ng the' two degrees of  their brotherhood. Messrs Edwards and.  Finch, business . partners of tho deceased, and more fortunate sharers in  the accident, sent flowers, also. Mr.  J. L. Macready. Tho wreathe ware  furnished by Meesrs Palmer and Ilog-  erson, and the funeral arrangements  were in the hands of it. Minna 4 Co.  Deceased, Who was only 31 yeas* of  age, leaves a wife And two small children to mourn him. ;  He waB born at Margate n England, and enlisted In tho liilh ; l.aucer.  serving with them lor eight years including the time of the .South African  war; after the proclamation of peaoe  he joined the Cape Mounted/Police.  He oame to Canada in 1907, spending  a few months in Itbe east sjad. Veroon  before settling in Kelowna in N "ember of IK0H when he took his position  with the Rank of Montreal. This position he retained until March of this  year when be entered int ������-rship  with Messrs. Finch and Edwards,  painters and decorators. As an evidence of the (esteem in which Pettman  was held is seen in (be lact that the  Sons ot England monibere made a  collection jn town last week to provide .for what was feared might prove  a very protracted iHness, and in a  comparatively short Bpace of time  the sum of over three hundred and  eighty dollars was given or promised,  and it ia hoped that thia will be raised to at least five hundred shortly.  s.s. "Aberdeen" Will Run for Regatta Excursion  Boards of Trado are frequently caH-  ed upon by a variety of organizations  associations, and individuals, to endeavor to right a wrong or to give  their support to some worthy .cause  or object, This week tbe local Regatta and Carnival committee approached the Kelowna Board of Trade  and stated that the C.P.R., had refused to allow them the, steamer Aberdeen tor the usual, carnival excursion  nn August 14th. They pointed out  that this would oause great disappointment  throughout  the     valley  and the.carnival would practically be  a failure as a number of the competitors came from thc (owns down  the lake,  Thc board. Immediately took tht  matter,up with thc C.P.R., hoadquar-  tei, al Vanoouver. and also the.Vlca-  President ol the company, and after  the exchange of several telegrams and  letters the Publicity Commissioner received the following aatiafactory wire  last evening' "Will arrange to furnish  steamer for your celebration as requested," .  RESULTS OF HIGH  SCHOOL EMMINATIO..S  High Percentage of Successes  Amongst Kelowna Candidates  Ths results of the July examlnetiant  held.in the high schools,of tht provinoe are announced by i the department of education.  The Victoria high school belongs  tho ihonor of having the , individual  pupil who: ranked highest in ��� each of  the first two grades Miss Hazel Mc-  Connell in heading tbe preliminary  course, junior grade, with a total of  842 out of ,1000 marks, and Jl. Lincoln .Marshall, heading the advanced  course, junior grade with 867 out of  1000 maximum. y  Of the. 1729 candidates who presented themselves, 1218 passed, the number at the several centres 'being as  follows:  Candidates  Passed  Armstrong S3        '14  Bridgeport 32 27  Chilliwack  .......   42 35  Cranbrook .11 6  Creston 12 7  Cumberland 10 10  Duncan 12 8  Enderby 6 0  Fcrnio    13 7  Grand Forks 13 9  Kamloops 36 23  Kaslo 18 16  Kelowna 26 22  Ladner H 8  Ladysmith 12 8  Mission    ;   .   .  27 16  Nanaimo   51 32  Nelson 38 24  New Westminster 153 83  Peachland .......    -7 5  Penticton ,22 15  Prince Rupert     15 lu  Revelstoke . 21 14  Rossland 17 u  Salmon Ann ......   13 11  Summerland 16 7  Trail     7 6  Vancouver ....   .   .   . 711 5H  Vaacouver, North ���...,. 31 30  Vanoouver. South ....  35 35-  Vernon If n  Victoria . . 262 191  Total 1729        1218  Kelowna Results.  In this examination too Kelowna  has made an exceptionally good showing, thanks to the careful tuition of  Principal Rogers and his staff. Out  of .tie total of 26 who were examined  22 passed, a percentage of 84.61 at  follows:  Prelimihary course, junior' gracW;  maximum marks 1000. Number of candidates 14; pane J 13.  Mary E.  Day .  . 737  Annie -'M.  Ketannan 693  Everitt W. Faulkner 664  Jean C.  Kincaid    669  Hazel  H.  Ritchie 643  Mildred 1. Renwick 618  Beatrice M. Campbell 614  ���tildred  Wilson 691  Jessie C. McMillan 565  Dorothy G. Leekie 563  William S. McKeown 561  Everitt i Fleming i. .......  512  Alice J. Perry 511  Advanoed courts, junior grade, maximum marks, 1000. Number of candidates, )0; pasted 8.  Nellie Hereron 706  Bessie Thompson' 633  S. Alma Magee ........  631  Jeanetta Reekie 628  D. Herachell McLean 616  J. James Carney 614  Gladys I). Clower.   ...   .'   .   .   .899  J. Gordon Whitehead ...   .   .   .544  Full course, junior grade, maximum  marks, 1200. Number of candidates 2;  passed I.  Phoebe W. Brown 749  Matriculation Exams.  Of: the five pupils of the Kelowna  high school who wrote for the Mo-  Gill matriculation examination two  wore auoosssful in passing; Jas. Carney  and Margaret A. Reid. The other  three, Bruot Fletcher, Clarence Jones,  and Ian Cameron, failed in i one subject oach, whioh i they will write at  the September examination.  MIsb Evelyn Sykes Story, a pupil  of the King Edward high school,  Vanoouver, made the highest total oi  all the candidate! in Canada. Thia  year, in thit examination 910 candidates presented themselves In the  Dominion and fully half of these were  prepared ln British Columbia high  schools where the examination serves  BASEBALL TFAM LOSES  The Kelowna baseball team met defeat yesterday afternoon at Kamloops  by a score of 8 .to 6, while the Vernon team were outclassed again  at Revelstoke by. 8 to 3.  The local team started on their long  journey shortly after noon on Tuesday and arrived at Kamloops about  9 o'clock the same evening, alter  spending some little time at Vernon,  The trip was one of which the local  automobilists may well feel proud.  The entire trip was made by the three  oars, driven by F. R. E. DeHart,*t3eo.  Bowser and Alec McQuarrie without  any troubles of anyf sort. .However  an incident occurred whioh luokily did  no damage to the car or its occupants  further than a severe shaking up.  Near Barnes' flats, about 25 miles  from Kamloops, a government*, road  gang sre at work constructing a new  road and on entering the new road  from this end the road waa very good  but after going about a mile to where  the gang'were at work the cars encountered a wide culvert being built  directly across the new workings  on a curve so that the.drivers could  not see it until within some 40 or 50  feet of It. The culvert wear covered  with plank laying loose and when the  car driven by DeHart hit this  it skidded slightly and fell over  the opposite sihe into a deep  hole where a huge stump had  just been dynamited out. The accident  however, caused the delay of only a  few minutes to gather up Lesley and  Lisle Coates, who were thrown out on  one side and D. W. Sutherland who  found his way out of the other. , The  car i was unhurt and'after a, short delay proceeded on the way.  Tho road gang were severely censured  for allowing such'a dangerous spot to  remain unguarded after they had finished the day's; work, as there wat no  hotice or even a post to warn the  speeding cars. i  After a good night's rest all -those  who wont along felt I quite refreshed,  aad the basebaU boys got out for a  short practice at 10 o'clock.        I  The game was oalled promptly at 3  o'clock with Buck of Kamloops aad  Webb of Kelowna handling the game.  In the opening innings Davis failed  to,'get his usual good control and  kept Syers busy handling wide and  low shoots, many of which, went at  passed balls on which Kamloone,'soor-  ed their first tour runs, and. this before-they lhad secured a sate hit off  Davis' delivery. After tbii the local  twirler settled down and tht remainder of the gamo was bawbollof the  brand seldom seen in this part of the  country. However we may say that  as far as baseball.is concerned tha  local team playwl a tar superior class  of ball to the home club, but, tbe runs  gained in the early innings, on errors  proved too great to overcome. Kamloops secured only six hits i off Davis  while Kelowna secured fourteen off  Cosgriffe, who worked, for the home  team.  Fallowing is the score by innings:  Kelowna 001130010-6  Kamloopt  .  .   .   12 0 12 0 0 2 0-8  The'return trip was made last even-  ing, the cars, arriving home about <1  o'clock this morning.  The Dominion botanist, Mr. H. T.  Gussow, hat .intimated his intention to  visit Kelowna some time during August, and will address a meeting of  fruit growers and others. The exact  date of the visit is not yet known but  will be announced later.  The Rev. J.C. Switser, was at Naramata last Sunday conducting anniversary servioes both morning and eve  ning His plaoe here was filled by Mr.  Bunt, from Naramata. ,  Mrt. John MoCannell and daughter  who have been spending -a few days  in the city left for thorns on Tuesday  morning.  Mrs.. Pettman desires to thank ths  many kind friends who have extended  help and sympathy to her so readily  in her sad bereavement.  as a leaving examination recognised  by the department ot education. This  examination is also considered as a  leaving examinations in the province ol  Quebec; in this way it might be said  that HcOill University Minduots tht  high school leaving examination in  two provinoes, British, Calumbia and  Quebec. Oil of 010 Canadian candidates who wrote tho examination 303  were successful. K.E-.QWNA sUSCOHD  ���SslMSaiil  THURSDAY, .JULY Slat, IMS.  KELOiUNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kolowna,  Britiah Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Jubscription Rates:  $1.60    par  vo.tr;    76s.,  nix   montbi      Uu  litat.m  SO ciutt  udJitiotifcl.  AU ���ubieriptioiu pi.Ye.bU ia Kt-vuiuti.  laubiuritMtra at tha regular rata cau have  ���xtra uapur. aiailud tu Irieudi at a diaituiw-  at HALF It AT hi. i.e., 75 oeuta par year.  Thi* upftciaL privilaiia ia crantad fur tha  purjwaie ut (lavtiiti.irn.  tha  citv  auti district,  In the current issue ol the British  Columbia Magazine appears an interesting article on Kelowna and its  surroundings from tbe pen ot Mr. W  Beaver Jonw,. secretary to the Board  of Trade.' Mr. .Tones has managed  to compress into some three op four  puges a comprehensive survey of the  attractions which the city and district offers to the farmer and fruit'  grower, the tourist and holiday mak'  or. and to the seeker after, a healthy  und congenial place to live. The  story is well written, uud while doing  full justice to the many inducements  which the city possesses, is shorn of  exaggerations, and conveys withal just  tbe kind uf information a prospective  settler or visitor would desire to have,  His facte and figures are marshalled  in a most convincing way, and then*  is no doubt .that the article will do  much to deepen the already favorable  impression which the world at large  has ' conceived    of     Kelowna.        The  .���i.a,....hj..i. aiivkuusku.lat.h   i ..,���.��� j# flrticU U Moated by several   well-  werd tint inanition, l caut par word eat.,   chosen  photographs.  subsequent .niartion. ^   j .g wurki      h rd to mftke  display  advertisements-Two   inche"L,  ���       .A,   ,       *      . .  aud under, 5o wat* par iucU firat Lawtlon, 1 Kolowna widely known, and is engag  avar  twu  iiuihtw  4U  cuta  par  in... firat  lu- | ^ at prWent on Beveral guch articles..  Advertising Kates:  LODGE NOTICES, PROFESSIONAL CARDS,  ETC., 1.5 ctrnta Par uulumo. iuub  par  waak.  LAND AND TIMBER NoTlCES-30 days, 16;  UU dava, $7.  WATER N0TIOES-49 for live iuaartioiid.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Firat iuaartion. 12  casta par limt; aacb aubaaqueut .nsu-tiuti,   a  cauta per  li.ua.  aertiua; 20 uauta  per  iucti    aacb  aubwauuaut |  inaartiua.  All uhaatraB ia ooatract advui tisun. >nts must  ba iu tha haada uf tha priutur bv Tuaadav  vvimm.ii. tu auaura publicatiuu ia tha next  IttUS,  which ars appearing from time, to  tiins in the best known publications  both in  Canada and the old couutry.  lu a late exchange we note the report uf the pnwd'ti'?;* <t the .ecunt-  ly formed B.C. MauutacLurerej Asvoc.-  a tion. At that meeting one of ibe  members brought up a qu.biion of  noine Intereat to our city et/ Its present moment. He .'OMp.niuH that  manufacturers in Vanoouver are obliged to pay taxes like ordinary indi-  The big freight and passenger revenue that Kelowna is giving the C.P.R.  is deserving of' something more than  mere passing reference. The figures  were given in our last issue but perhaps it was not made sufficiently clear  that they referred,to the revenue derived by the O.P.H., from handling  the freight and not to the va.ua  of the freight itself. The outward  freight revenue paid to the company  laBt year amounted to #92,182,56 os  vidua Is, and that they are net given ' compared with 349,481.77 the previous  free sites ua in the case uf Ulttuv -visl- year, showing an incroasp'of 842,700.0(1  era oljaes,' of 86 percent.     The inward height re-  The question of free nitdf. nnd free-.venue in 1911 was 8132,732.28 com'  dom from taxes for mnnu.AOturin^ es- pared with 3191,740.28 last year, an  tablishmonta has always been a Bouice increase of $59,008, or 11 percent.,  tn" .rouble and dispute in V'CMteiD while the revenue from the, passenger  towns. Many cities offer both tl eee traffic amounted in 1911 to $59,974.20  inducements. Others give free flitos, as againRt 964,635,0] last year. This  and retain the power of taxation, or year the increase will be still greater.  give freedom from taxation or nominal I  luxation,  but not free mtiw.  In every oase the matter resolves  itself into (he question whether a eity  shall or shall not pay a manufacturer  to  ostablish  his  factory   in  one   place  in   preference   to  another.      Those    In -    ,        ,    ,  , . ., .,   ,  ,. 4.   .user oi the telephone. She has  favor ot the system argue  that it the   . .���,, ���.,.  , .  , .. .   . ,       in use 400,000 .phones, an increase in  Oity pays for a site a certain number i ,     , ,,     \ ^���, ���,���  Canada's Telephone*  Canada     is  becoming an  invetonito  now  of  men will be employed'who will re  i twelve months of 201.843.  lhe  Statist ics  just   issued  ' iy  fiuire homes, who will  also need' tooa;   , .* ,   .        .','..  1   ..... ., ul   I phone and telegraph branch ot     th  and    clothing;      consequently   taxable   ' .... . .   ,  _jtl     . \_    ,   ,   department of railways and canan !c  j the last fiscal year, of which there is  1 a record shows an increase in Lhe telephone interests of  the Dominion  that  ' is truly remarkable.  The number    of  [ companies to make a return of Btetis-  tioal data for the year ��rat ftiS,     an  increase  over  the preceding year     of  146 .companies.  I'npitnl liability aggregates 916,-  976,851. an increase of more than 6,-  000,000. There arw.now almost .1,000,-  000 milts of wire in use for telephone  purpose* throughout ; the , Dominion.  Over.a mile of telephone wire is in use  for every eight persons and one telephone for every nineteen persons.  property will increase and  business will be stimulated'. They  claim therefrom that it is good policy  to tax all the people to purchase sites  for manufacturers, as the city will be  more than recompensed eventually in  the  increased taxation.  Other things being equal, about four  considerations govern a manufacturer  in his choice of a location for his factor*. These are. Aral, his raw material, its quality, quantity, and proximity; second, cost of manufacturing,  including labor; third, his market,  local and foreign, aud fourth, transportation. Having earofully estimated *vtry item, he kdowi, or ought to  know, beforehand the cost to him of  the tiuished product -wheu<placed upon  tht market.  It is scarcely reasonable to suppose  then, that any manufacturer, having  ralnilated the advantage* of different  lunations on these basos, is likely le  lw inrluomrd by paltry eonjdderations  such ni ths payumnt ot a lew dollars  more m !<�������� in taxes.; Any manufae-  iuiti proposing to locate at any particular point nn Un* condition of re-  tttl. Ingfavofl of \h\f* kind liiyi. himself open to t li*- charge on the one  ban,I of lack of proper investigation  into the comlilinni that lead to suc-  "OH* in his eiilei^irias.or on-tht othej:  hand, of the qu.-Htjonahle ��iid��AVor to  make tha city pn.w for the fact already  au'Mlained by bun. lhal It ill the best  pi lira lo eilnltliah his pari ioular industry.  If a cm-lain |alu< .��� contains more of  Ihe condition)- ne.TSi.ary tn success in  itn> elans uf uifsnufncUirc than another  thai plait will, be chosen In the prudent inn induct ui i-r withuiit ulterior in  duc��meiii, And if it docs not contain  ih cue rnnditiosiN, no amount of bonus  wil! ensure Ihe uhiniiiU1 success of the  industry in that  locality.  Applying the* pustulates to the  MM ol this city, we should deem it  an unwise priMMsiuie to adopt the  bonus principle B>y promising a<mone-  tary conHtdernttion to any industry  proposed tn b.i tatahlishcd here. Not  only is it bad fn.m an economic, standpoint, but il is unjust to alnsndy established indusUtrs, and it institutive  a precedent which is OfMII to abuse in  the future.  Of eouroit we do not mean to infer  from the above remarks that no effort  should be mmle to secure industries  for the town, but -hett these efforts  should be along ,the perfectly legitimate lines of bringing before,interested persons tha undoubted advantages  which Kelowna offers for certain kinds  of manufacture and commercial enterprise.  Jockey Trust and English  Racing  The fair uame of the English turf  received a blow in the decision rendered' last week, in a libel notion brought  by It. Wootton, a l.rnii.er, againtt li.  S. Sievier, editor oi the sporting paper, "The Winning Post." ^Wootton  who is an Australian, is onnfof the  most prominent trainers in England*  lUs two sons are jockeys and in the  constant' employ of the best atablvs  tKoro. Dievier is a well known racing  man.  The Winning font ..charged that  Wootton and other trainers and jockeys belonged' to a ring which made  enormous sums bv betting, firat entering into an agreement as to which  horsefl should win or Jose, and by othor methods,  The trial occupied eight days and  several men conspicuous on tne turf.  jookeya and stable boys, testified for  cither side. The jury gave WooWon  one farthing damages.  On tho witness stand Wootton admitted that he hnd made a fortune  by betting and he had often won $95,-  000 on a i race. His son. Frank, am*  assod' 'more than . $150,000 in a few  years of riding in England.  Provincial Premiers to. Meet  It In ��� been definitely determined  that a conference of the premiers of  the difference provinces will be held  at Ottawa in October.  The question to be discussed Will be  that of; representation and an increase  of the federal subsidies to ths different provinces. Another question is that  of the incorporation of inter-provincial companies.  Publicity Items Attract  Attention  Evidences are continually cropping  up, and from unexpected places ���onetimes of the widespread publicity  which is bslng given, to Kelowna by  the news items whioh ate beingf furnished to newspapers aU over the  world through the activities oi tha  publicity commissioner. Mr. W.. Beaver  Jones.  An Item which appeared some time  ago in a Scotch newspaper induced  Mrs. Ford, with her son and daughter, of burvie, Scotland*, who are  making a most interesting tour ol the  world to. include Kelowna amongst  their travels, The tour is ths result of a promise made by Mrs. Ford  to her son, to make' an old-fashioned  world tour (though by newer methods  of transportation/ on hie passing the  preliminary examination for Cambridge.  The party have visited most of the  principal centres in Canada and the  United StAtes and had got aa tar  north as Skagway. Alaska, when they  were reminded that they had uot been  to Kelowna, an account of whiebhad  interested them before they started on  their journey. They accordingly returned all the way from the Paeiiie coast,  aud arrived here last week, leaving  again Friday after a most enjoyable  stay. They were much interested io  the fruit growiug industry and thoroughly appreciated a motor tour of  the district made under the guidance  nf Mr. Heaver Jones, as the.following  letter will show;���  Mr. W. Beaver Jones,  Publicity  Commissioner,  Kelowna, B. C,  Dear Sir,���Before leaving Kelowna 1  would like to thank you for all your  little attentions in making my brief  stay in your city a most enjoyable  one. Tn company with my. son and  daughter I am making a round-the-  world tour and having read some of  your descriptions of your country in  Scotland I determined to include Kelowna in the itinerary.  All I can say is that you have not  over-rated the magnificent country you  have here and I shall not' fall when  I get back home to speak of its splendour.  From Kelowna we are going to  Vancouver land on ' to New Zealand  and Australia and will afterwards >'ir  it Korea, V"l.ina and Japan, returning  home to Scotland via Siberia.  Again thanking you 'or your courtesy while here, Yours very vruly,  Marjory Ford.  WINNERS  ol tht Fret Gilt Draw list wttk  wert i  I ot, C. Conrad - $5  2nd,G. Allogia- $3  3rd.W.Evani->2  This marks the end  of the  GENERAL SALE but there  are still tome  Men's Suits  left that I prefer to sneri- '  fice and make room for  the large stock of New  Gooda that are in transit.  There will be a chance  to gat these at Reduced  Price* (or a short time -  onhr  I  c  K  S  Water Street  (lal Block North)  Nur B.nlc of Montreal  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lea.ei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30 p.m  Leaves Weitbsnk 9.30 a.m., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Lesvei Kelowna 11 a.m..,  Leave. Weitbank 11.30 a.m.  Headquarter for Sporting Trophies  Urhf  Shield.  We have the facilitiet for making Gold, Silver or Bronze  Medals in our store.   Give ua a trial.  E.tlmtttt tnd de.ign. furni.heti frt* of charg*.      Ptlrotiut hotat imJu.tiy,  W. M. PARKER & CO.  THE QUALITY JEWELERS  Crowley Block, Kelowne, B.C. - ��� 'Phone 270   Planting Season, 1913-14 ������  "RELIABLE" NURSERY STOCK  1 am offering a limit.il number of tree, in ai.ndmil varieties, all frown in  my own Nuraorioa. and guaranteed true to nam. and fret from dia.aae or  froat injury, i] My treea arc all " Budded Stock oa 3-Yoar OU Root.,"  which requir. 2 year, to produce from the tint tht import.d French Seedling  i. planted out, snd ehould not be confounded with piece root graft, made in  . cellar during wint.r and Mid the following ���  1 moat cordially invite all intending purchaaer. and (other, to impeet my  atock aad winter atoms* ayattm at " CLOVERDALE " (located oa tho road to  Vernon oppoaito 25 mile poet). My experienct in growing orcharde i. that  budded tr.ee are unqueationably auperior to thoae root grafted.  THOMAS BULMAN  THIS it headquarters for all  kinds of information concerning prospective homes.  We can tell you what to avoid���what to look for���  where to look for it. At this office you will find  listed the best opportunities in this section of the country  for the right kind of homeseekers.  Safer* deciding It will pay you to m what  we have to offer and how wa caa half. tea.  Call or 'phono to-day���Tkon. 31  E. W. WILKINSON & CO.  Years of Victory  For the Fourth Successive Year  the annual endurance run of the New Jersey  Motor-Cycle Club, May 30-31, waa a sweeping  YALE victory. Four YALES started and all four  finished in good shape, the only machine that had  all starters to finish.  The big team trophy was won by the Yale team,  George Ri*chey, P. W.Stevens and O. W. Stevens.  It was a clean-cut victory with no other machine  able even to give clone competition, foir nd other  team had all three riders to finish the grueUing  two-day, 450-mile grind over towering hills and  primitive roads. The test was ao severe that it  brought YALE superiority out prominently.  'trfJnrl ...'��� ;i '  One winning might be called luck or accident, but when the same machine  wins decisively year after year, as the YALE hat in thi* annual New Jersey  content, it it convincing proof of iu superior ro��.d ability. The " Big Y " is the  kind of machine YOU want.    Step at this stare aad have us shew you.  THE KELOWNA GARAGE & MACHINE WORKS CO., Ltd. THURSDAY, ,TTJT,Y 31 si, 1913,  KELOWNA RECORD  *��� #* ��# ** ��* *�� *�� *�� *i�� ** ��*  as  �����    PROFESSIONAIv AND  **       BUSINESS CARDS  .. .* *. ** ��#. ���**��***��*������ ����  BURNE & TEMPLE:  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, B.C  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. :: B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  HeweUon Block. Kelowna   ���   Phone 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harray, BA., Se��� C.E, D.L8., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  BASEBALL  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD TOD  BOYD  EiUUtieaar Royal CoIIm. ol Mu.ic. and laloly  mlh Kaadriak FVoo, Mua. Due., Orsanial .1 tha  RECEIVES PUPILS  Al Ih. JhiaUo. T.aoeh Block. K.lown..  Mu.ic  of  avcy  dc.cripH'on  auppliad.  .41/     .  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P; 0. Boa ita 'Phon. tt  Comer Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  gives lesson* in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  alio  French Lessons  Convcrantionol or otherwi..?  STUDIO -Morri.on-Thomp.on Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  ingt.Tov. n ana Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint, Kc.  STANLEY HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Aaaocieb of lb. Royal Colin, of Onwu'ata, Lond.)  Give, leaoon. in the above subject..  Qualified  by examination.    Many  PIANOFORTE  ���ucceaae.  at local  examination.  (Trinity  College. London)  15 year.' aucceaaful teaching experience  Studio   -   Raymer Block  S. W. THAYER,  D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (Gradual. McGill Univaraly)  Retidence :  GLENN AVENUE  MeiMgei  may  be  loft at  the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury 6t Williams  Miss FRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  teaches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 3o6, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office.  E. C. WEDDELL  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, snd  NOTARY PUBLIC  Oocr Royal Hank   ���   Kelotona, B.C.  VIOLIN INSTRUCTION  DRURY PRYCE  Late Principal and Soto ViolinistCry-  stal Palace Orchestral Society, and  City of London Orchestral Society  Particular, and Terma on application to  P.O. BOX 262, KELOWNA, B.C.  First-Class Five-Passenger  Tudhope Automobile  FOR HIRE  REASONABLE CHARGES  Phone Royal Hotel,  Kelowne, B.C.  KELOWNA v.. VERNON  With Big Jesse Davis on the firing  line tho Vernon. "Wings" never had a  look-in on victory in the game .with  the Kelowna "Apples" kast Thursday  afternoon. Davis did not have to  extend himself, but showed real class  by holding the Vernpnites to .our hitB  and being entirely safe when be found  things breaking away against him.  The "Apples" fairly won their victory by superior fielding gnd ba-tang,  and all round team work. While the  11 hits that gathered in off Williams  were scattered over the entire eight  innings in which- they appeared at bat  their bite were hard and timely. in  nearly every  inntanoe,  Four of the eleven runs .secured by  the locals wereO shoved aoroes on  errors by the Vernon infield, but\they  never looked like anything but winners  from the sound ol the gong when)the  umpire called  "play ball."  Jack Kincaid was out of the game  with an injury to his eye, sustained in  a practice game last week, and hia  place in the batting order was filled  by A. Henning, who performed in the  right, field. He played, a steady game  in the field and secured two ipice bin-  gles in five trips to the plate. Tom  Syers came up from Penticton to fill  in behind the bat and surely | brought  his batting eye with him for he secured four hits out|of,fivei -timet up,  three pretty singles and a triple to  deep centre. The Kelowna iniield wa.  a tower of strength and worked together, killing off base hitB in true  class "A" style, while the outfield performed in the same, manner. Holgerson  played a nice game in left and got  two hits, being robbed ol another in  the eighth innimr bv ���, fine running,  one-hand catoh by Atkins.  Williams, on the Blab for Vernon,  pitched a pood game, striking out 14  men. He . also got two of the five  runs Secured by his team. Connors  and Moir fielded in fine style and had  Capt. Eastman played up to bis usual  form there might1 have been a slight  change in the story. Eastman waa sure  on the blink. "Hard luck Easty, better luck- next time."  By winning Thursday's contest the  Kelowna boys put themselves in second place. Kamloops, Revelstoke and  Kelowna now being tied for- that honor. Kelowna fans are happy, they  believe the "Jinks" is dead for this  year and Kelowna is going to play  out the remainder of the season in  their true form. Some 400 people  witnessed  the contest.  Following are the details of play  by innings.  First inning.���Vernon.���Fossat struck  out, Hoir out- Henning to\Casatr, Conners was hit by pitched ball, went  to aecond on passed ball, Dale struck  out. No hits, no runs.  Kelowna .���Henning flew out to  Stokes, Purdy struck out, Alberts  walked and went to second when  Eastman misted' the throw to catch  him at first and scored on Casads  double to left, Casad going to third  on the throw home, Henning fanned.  One hit, one run.  Second inning,���Vernon.��� Eastman  got' a life on F. Henning'a error and  went to second on passed ball, Atkins  struok out, Stokes struck out, Eastman out trying to steal third.. No hits  no runt.  Kelowna.���Syera singled, Holgerson  scratched an infield hit, on Patten's  infield hit Holgerson was out at aec-  and, Connors to Hoir,, Davis fanned,  Henning fanned,i One hit, no runs.  Third inning, Vernon.���Fulmer struok  out, Williams out Purdy to Catad,  Fotsas flied to Holgerson. No bjti  no runs.  Kelolwna.���Purdy walked, Alberts  fanned, Purdy went to third on Cas-  ad's out Moir to Eastman, Henning  Henning singled, scoring Purdy, Henning out- stealing second. One hit, one  run-  Fourth, Vernon.��� Moir fnnnod, Conners out I'u.rly to Camel, Dale fanned.  No hits no runs.  Kelowna.���Tyors tripplod nnd 'floored  on IpiiMieil ball. Holgorson doubled,  stole third and, scored on passed ball.  Patten tunnel. Davis walked, Henning  fanned, Purdy walked, Alberts struok  out. Two hits'two rune.  Filth. Vernon.��� Eastman hit by  pitohed ball, stole second and scored-  on over throw when he attempted to  steal, Atkinfl fanned, Stokes fanned,  Fulmer walked but wan nut stealing.  No hitB no runs.  Kelowna.���Casad safe on Eastman's  error, Henning singlcl. Hyvei triplet,  scoring Casad und Henning, Holgerson gut Moir to Enstman, Patton  walked and went to second as DWvis  fanned, Henning singled, scoring Syera  and Patton, Honning^ out steeling.  Three hits, Jour runs.  Sixth, Vernon.��� Williams walked,  Fossas scratched a hit, Williams going to third, Moir flew to Patten,  Williams scored on passed ball. Conners, singled, Dale hit Wring Conners  Dale was forced out on Eastman's  drive to F. Henning to Purdy, Atkins  hit by pitched   belt, Stokes   walked,  Fulmer fanned. Three hits, three runs.  Kelowna.���Purdy safe on Eastman'e  error, Alberts fanned, Casad walked,  Syers singled scoring Purdy, Holgerson fanned, One hit one run.  Seventh, Vernon.��� Williams singled,  stole second,' Fossae out F. Henning  to Casad, Moir flew to Alberta, Williams scoring, Conners out, Purdy to  Casad. One hit one; run.  Melowna,���Patten fanned, Davis Hied  to Fulmer,, Henning fanned. No hits  no runs.  Eighth, Vernon.���Dale out Da/vis to  Casad, Eastman out Casad lo Davis,  Atkins fanned. No hits no runs.  Kelowna.���Purdy doubled, sto'e third  , Alberts out at first, Casad out Fossas to Eastman, Purdy scoring on the  play, Henning singled and scored on  Syer's fourth hit, Holgerson out to  Atkins. Three hits two runs.  Ninth, Vernon.���Stokes fanned, Fulmer out Davis to Casad, Williams fanned. No hits no runs.  Vernon 000013100-5  Kelowna 10134102 x-11  VERNON  Fossas 41   1010  Moir 400130  Conners. . . 3   112 0  1  Dale 4   0   1 14 18  3  Eastman 110-115  Atkins 400100  Stokes 300101  Fulmer 3001   00  Williams 3   2   1   000  Totals 32   5   4 24 21 11  KELOWNA  F. Henning 501121  Purdy 3   3   1   1   3  0  Albert 410100  CaBad 4   117   10  A. Henning 5   2   2  0  0  0  Syers 5   2   413 '1   3  Holgerson 512   100  Patton 410200  Davis 3   0   0   113  0  Totals 38 11 11 27 23 4  Summary.���Two base hits Casad,  Holgerson, Purdy, three base hits, Syers; Stolen bases, Holgerson, Purdy 3,  Patton, Connors, Eastman, Williams;  Struck out by Williams 14, by Davis  13; Base on balls off Williams 6, off  Davis 3; Time of game 2 hours, Attendance 400. Umpires Vincent and-  Berry.  REMAINDER OF B, C. LEAGUE  SCHEDULE  The schedule of the British Columbia  baseball League is. now more than half  completed. The, following is the. schedule of the remaining games.  July 30���Kelowna at Kamloops.  July 30���.Vernon at Revelstoke.  Aug. 6.���Kamloops at Vernon.  Aug. 6.���Kelowna at RevelBtoke,  Aug. 13.���Vernon at Kamloopa.  Aug. '13.���Revelstoke at Kelowna.    -  Aug. 21.���Kelowna at Kamloops.  Aug. 21.���Revelstoke at Vernon.  Aug. 27.���Kamloops at Kelowna.  Aug. 27.���Vernon at Revelstoke.  Sept. 3.���Kamloops at Revelstoke.  Sept. 3.���Kelowna at Vernon.   t   Canadian Wins King's Prize  at Bisley  Private Hawkins, 48th Highlanders,  Toronto, won tho King's prize for 1913  at Bisley, with an aggregate af 330,  out -al a possible 355, carrying with it  the National Rifle Associgtion's gold  medal and gold badge, and 81.250 in  cath.  Cok Sergt. Perry of Vancouver won  the King's prize -in J 1)04 .and Private  Clifford of Toronto won the trophy  in 1911.      '  The Association cup, ten shots at  1100 yards which carried1 only one  prize and has the alternative of the  cup or ?100, was won by Straff Sergeant F. 0. Hawley of tho 90th Regiment, Winnipeg, after a tie, shoot-off.  Corp. Mortimer won it for the Canadians last year   ���   The government of British Columbia  has established live poultry breeding  stations through the province. They  are:���Bella Coola, Comox, Graham  Island,, Wilnier (Columbia River Valley,) and UcUiolet (on the west coast  of Vancouver Island.  Free settings of oggs have also been  distributed in thc Peace River and  Skeenn iRivcr districts.  Changes in British Navy  The Britishi navy is undergoing a revolution only comparable in importance to the. substitution of steel (or  wood, steam for sails and breech-loading for muzzle-loading guns. In all'  of those changes Gregt Britain lagged  behind in development, 'though what  she lost at first ahe made up afterwards by improving and adding to  the work done by others. But in tho  latest revolution, the substitution of  oil for coal, as fuel for warships, Britain ris leading the,.rest of the yorld.  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217  Leckie Block  G. H. | HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largeat Studio, in tht Interior  Portrait, by appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  W. C.AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  Standard Bred Pacing Stallion  Local Option  Color: Seal Brown  Local Option raced in Indiana and IIHonoli  in 1910 as a three-year-old. principally  over half-mile tracks. That campaign was  one of the hardest ever given a three-  year-old, and enly a great colt could hire  stood it.    He started in 16 races that year  and took a mark of I3|,  His breeding is as follows:  Sired by Leland Onward, 2-4J; firat  dam, Oltie Osborn, by Hawthorn,  a son of Nutwood; aecond dam,  Trilby Wilks. by Nutwood Wilks.  TERMS: $5 cash, and $25 when  mare proves to be in foal  Stands at staLle of owner,  J. N. CAMERON  MAIL CONTRACT  Sealed tender., addressed to the  Postmaster General will- bo reoeived at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the  29th, August, 1913, lor the conveyance ol His Majesty's Mails, ona proposed contract lor four years, three  times per weak each way, between  East -Kelowna and Eelowna, from the  1st ol October next,  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions otpropo.-  ed contract may be seen abd blank  forms of tender may be obtained at  the post offices of East Kelowna and  Kelowna and at the office ol the post  office inspector. Post Office Inspector's  Office, Vancouver, B.C.  JOHN H. GREENFIELD,  Post Office Inspector.  Post Office Inspector's kOffioe.  Vanoouver, B. C. 38-7  18th July, 1918.  LIME! LIME! LIME!  Quick Lime  Hydrated Lime  Agricultural Lime  The Shell Lime Co. (OK Brand), will be prepared to sell any of  theae products  PRICES, otc, ON APPLICATION  SHELL LIME CO., Okanagan Falls  J^ord  Wherever the strain is greatest  there the Ford is doubly fortified  ���with Vanadium steel. And there  is more Vanadium used in Ford,  than in any other automobile construction. That's the reason the  Ford is strongest, lightest, and  most durable.  Here's the test: 300,000 Fords now in ssnritt.  Runabout $706; Touring Car ��63-~f.o.b. K.l-  own. with all equipment. Cat catalogue aad  particulars from the Kelowna Garage and  Machine Work. Co., Ltd., Kelowna,  'Phone No. 104 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m-  BRICK  AND  TILE  We have an assortment of 2J, 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-RlGGS,Ld.  Office in Raymer Building.  KELOWNA, B.C.  The Incola Hotel  -   PENTICTON   -  Is a most desirable place to spend the Week End  RATES AS FOLLOWS:  From Friday Night, Including Sunday Dinner - Six Dollars  Saturday Night, Including Sunday Dinner ��� Three Dollars  Music in  Spacious Rotunda  8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturdays.  Mil.  FOR  PICTURE FRAMING  Cabinet Making and Repairing,  Glazing and  General Household Jobbing Work  SEE  W. EASTON  'Phone 187 Pendoxi Street, N.        P.O. Box 552  Workshop over Claude James' Electrical Store (behind  Dalgleish fit Hardings'.)  CITY TRANSFER  EXPRESS AND DELIVERY  All kinds of Light Hauling  PROMPT ATTENTION  GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS  'Phone 65, or call at Horrock's Second-Hand Store   '  W. P. MEREDITH    -    Proprietor  When wanting tha  PLUMBERS  for your repairs phon* up the  Standard Plumbing:  CO., Richter St.  'Phone 5203.  Residence three doors south  ol new English Chuch.  Warehouse and Office t  Glenn's Old Plsce ���  Leon At*.  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  LadW and Gent.' Rubber Hack  ol the BeM Make.  >^a^a������aa^*a*a^��^a����aaMa*a��Wajaii. a, a,^, ��� KEI,OWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, JTJiY 31st, 1913.  Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.  LIMITED  Proprietors of The Priests Orchard  I lave for sale  ORCHARD  LANDS  Planted and Unplanled  RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTIES  On the K.L.O. Bench  Hay Lands,  Meadow Lands,  City Properties  o  ose in on  REASONABLE TERMS  To Suit Purchasers  OFFICES:  Belgo-Canadian Building.   'Phone 5  P.O. Box 174  \  J_jJJj>M   i.  MmM<gi  mE^mt  All complete line of Samson & Royalty brand of  HAY & HARVEST  TOOLS  PRICES  THE LOWEST  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO, Ltd.  Phone 154  P.O. Box 19  /. A. BIGGER  Contractor and Builder  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Litimatea Furnished on all kinds of buildings.       Residences and Modern  Bungalows a Specially.  Interior Finishing, House Painting, &  Decorating by Contract  I have a full line of interior deeorttlc.ni, consisting of the latest and most up-  to-date wall hangings.     Call and inspect mv stock uf Wallpapera and get my  estimate on your spring painting and decorating.  City and country patronage solicited  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  The Bound of joy comes 4th when  i ln> baby gets the lat 2th.  * * ���  \V, Stickler,',ol Pontioton was in tho  city the latter pun of last week     un  business.  ��� #    ���  The first nirloud of cherries to bo  Bhippod from Kolowna wns consigned  to u coast firm last week by Siitling  k  I'itrnirn,  * tt   ��  Mr. I'ei'cy Dunn in spending it liol'i  da)   nl   thu const.  * ���   ��  Mrs. Johnston, of the government  telegraph office staff returned from her  holiday al the const on Thursday of  Inst  week.  ��   ���   *  Tho Baptist Sunday school picnic  will be held this afternoon at South  Okanagan. The gathering will leave  the  city   for   the picnic  grounds     at  12.80,  * ���   ���  Rev, I). J, W.-lsh of the Baptist  church preached the first- of a series  of sermons on "The religion of tho  Poets." I.nst Sunday's subject was  "Homer". Next Sunday ho will Bpcab  on "Virgil."  * ���   ���  This is thc time of ���'your for picnics,  and ..very family should plon so as  take/ in at least one or- two. A  little wholesome recreation is not to  ,e despised by anyone,        ,  Judge Swanson was in town last  Thursday, holding u session of the  oounty court.  *   ��   *  Mr. lloy Belli a prominent meat  dealer of Kamloops.was in town on  Tuesday, having motored over from  thai   cily.  * ��   ���  Mr. J. ('. Stockwell is holding an  auction sale ot furniture, glassware  elc. at his new auction rooms (old  Stirling & I'ileal in bldg.) on Saturday  afternoon.  * ���   ���  Repairs to the new boat acquired by  ilie .towing Club have been effected by  a represent a tipe of the builders, Messrs. I'ocock Bros., of Vancouver, who  brought material from the coast foor  (hat purpose. The various teams art-  putt ing in strenuous practice for tli��  purpose of affording what should be  one of  the best   ileum on  the program  of tho forthcoming regal ta.  * ���   ���  A runaway accident, which happily  hud   no   serious   consequences,      except.  lo the vehicle Involved, happened on  .Vondny   evening.     Mr. Goodrich   Jr.  was driving a buggy along Main St.,  and had taken his horse to the water  trough lo quench its thirst. On starting uji again, the tvheol of the buggy  came iu eonluel with the end of th*  trough. Finding itself held fast, the  horse made a plmnge forward, with  the result lhal the wheol mounted tho  trough and the buggy was overturned, young Goodrich was dragged in  the buggy top for Home distance, but  eventually rolled ont unhurt. Tlie horse  continued ils career for some distance,  but i was stopped down the road with  the wreckage of lhe shafts dangling  round  its legs.  MARTIN-HIDE  On Saturday. July Stitl), the wedding ceremon. Look place of Mr.��� Frederick1 Allan Martin and Miss Enid  Hide, iu the new Anglicao church at  I p.m:, the service luting performed by  ���lev. C. IJ, Meyrick. Mr. tt. W. Thomas assisted in the capacity of "beat  man," the bride being given away by  Mr. li, W. Wilkinson, while Miss Todd  was in evidence as bridesmaid. Ths  bride and her attendant carried show-  r bouquets, (he gift of, Mr. 0. Koger-  son. ,���  Mr. Martin, who has not long reaid-  il in Kolowna, comes from London,  and his bride, eldest daughter of Mrs.  and tho lato (Jcorgo Hide, arrived  from her home in Manchester on July  17th. After tho ceremony tho bridal  party and a number of friends repair*  ed to the,residonoe of Mr. and Mis,  J. B. Whitehead, where several photographs were taken, after which all  partook of a dainty repast,  Mr, Martin ifas made himHelf a prominent figure in church work, | bring  a member if the choir und honorary  dooietary of the Church of Kngland  Men's Society,  Mr. nnd, Mrs. Martin wore the recipients of n number of handsome pres-  ���tits, notably; Knives, rrto., from Mr.  and Mrs. li. W. Thomns, spoons.from  Miss Todd; bread knlfo und trancher,  from Mr, K, Wilkinson; silver vase,  porcelain lined fi >m Church of Kngland Men's Socioty; silver cako stand  from (he choir, and many others.  The welding cake, whioh was a beautiful piece of work, was supplied 6by  Mr.   A.  C.   i'oolo.  Mr. A. Peabody returned ou Saturday last from his trip south.  Delegatus, representing .various local  companies havo made arrangements to  visit Lethbridge, Alia., next week  to -be present at > the Western Canada  Inigation Convention to be held iu  lhat city, August 5th to 7th.  ��� *   ��  Several buseball fans from Penticton  came up on Thursday last to see Tom  Syers work with his olid battery mute  Josso Uavis who is now a, member of  the Kolowna club.  ��� ��� ��  J. M. I...-ber I mm, of Kamloops motored over from the interior capital on  Thursday, bringing with, him his wife  aud daughter, who are at present the  guests of Mr. und Mrs. A. Dalgleish,  J 1c reports splendid roads. Mi*. .Robert-  sou returned to Kamloops Friday.,  ��  t ���  Messrs. S. T, Elliott, T. Bulman and  B, McDonald have ��� received their new  '"Atlas'' automobiles from the factory  at Broekville, Ont. .They, are built  on thu latest style und are fine looking' cars.  *   ���   ���  The agent of thu Canadian. Explosives Company at Victoria was in  Kelowna on (Sunday, and left on the  Okanagan the next day .after , making  arrangements with tho secretary of the  Farmers' Institute for tho supply of  stumping powder at a reduced rate  to members of thc institution. The  Canadian Explosives Co., is in competition with the Giant Company of  Vancouver who havo supplied the commodity hitherto to tho Farmers' In'  slitute and they claim ability to deliver  tbeit goods without delay.  ��� ���   ���  Tho .building committee' of the A. &  T. Association is meeting tomorrow  night-to consider tho tenders which  have been received for the erection of  tho proposed  new exhibition building.  ��� *   *  Mr. and Mrs. Dan. McLean and family left this week "for their new homo  at Kerrisdale, Vancouver. A sale of  their household effects was held lost  Saturday. .  ��� *'   *  A Swede, named Anderson met  death in a shocking manner ^vhilo employed at one of Grant-SmHh, & Co.'s  camp last week. .He was seated ona  keg of (dynamite when . the contents  suddenly exploded' .and blew him out  of all recognition. Tho scattered portions of the body were collected and  brought into town by tho provincial  constable and were buried in the  cemetery ��� on SuudftQi last. Another  man who was in tho vicinity was badly injured and now lit;s in the hospital  erected for the use od the camps of  i H.jumea.ii Mission. 'I'he explosion is  thought to be due1 to the victim's  smoking.  ��� ���   ���  (���routr interest attended* the drawing  at H. F. Hicks' Clothing store last  Saturday, night, for the free gift prize  of $5.00 offered to every purchaser during thu week of, $1.00 worth of goods  uud upwurds. After the announcement  of the winner, additional prims .were  added of J3.00 and. $2,111. each ,and the  unlucky ones were the recipient of cigars so thai every ono wont away  happy. i  ��  ���  ���  In accordance with a notice. served  upon the council some timo ago by  tho government the city has had to  find firosh quarters for the holding of  its police courts, uud also, for a lockup. The palatini building on Bernard  avenue of course belongs to the pro-  vincinl authorities who have given notice that they can now no- longer allow the city to use them. The city  police, therefore, nro without a home.  Courts urn being held for tho present  in tho Keller block, und ,'a temporary  .(j.il has been fitted up in ,'Lawson's  old warehouse This arrangement will  h,nvo to serve until something better  c��n be done. 'It was- the council's  imtention to erect a city hall' and po-  Jico court but the condition of the  dobonturc market (has mark that im  possible for  tho present.  J. B. KNOWLES  Optician  Bernard Avenue       .-       Kelowna. B.C,  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA  Phone 135  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town,  *ko and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miaa the opportunity of Delecting a few acrea of thia deairabla  property.  If you wiih s cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ���how you our tub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  Juat four bit .Ica.from the centre of the town.    Pricea low.   Terma eaay,  monthly payment! if to desired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the beat board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA. B.C.  First-class Fruit Lands  For Sale on the Hepburn Flats  A large acreage will be planted this spring   with  standard varieties  Lots from Five Acres and Up.  Easy Terms: One-Fifth Cash, balance to suit purchaser  Absolutely  pure water.   Domestic supply piped lo every lot  The Belgo-Canadian Fruitlands,  LIMITED  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now  completely .quipped  to supply aH yoar  lumber  We have now a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality and tn splendid  condition.  A complete lias of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES THURSDAY, JULY 31 st, 1913.  KELOWNA RECORD  Here Is An Offer  that can never again be repeated or secured elsewhere  in   Western   Canada:���  Solid Fumed Oak Buffet - - - $32.00  do. Round Pedestal Ex. Table- 25.00  do. China Cabinet - - 22.00  do.     Set of Six Chairs     -  20.00  Less 10 per cent, cash discount  $99.00  9.90  Total for the complete Dining Suite   - $89.10  ���3 This is not a surface oak imitation, but good solid oak throughout,  of the latest design, and will do  credit to any residence. Arrange  for a set at once as we have only  -   - five sets to offer       ' -   -  REMEMBER���Our terms are 10 per cent, for spot cash  with no discount after date of purchase  Kelowna Furniture Company  SAVE YOUR  PICTURES  BY  HAVING  US  FRAME THEM  THE GREENHOUSES, Richter Street  (Between Preabyteri.n and new Engliah Churche.)  HOT HOUSE  FRESH CUT  Cucumbers and Tomatoes  at atore pricea  CUTFLOWERS     Veget.bl. .nd Bedding Pl.nt.     pot PLANTS  Order, taken for  BulD8   Wimer Pl.Ttiig  Late Cabbage and Cauliflower Plants  Phon.es        PALMER & ROGERSON      P.O. Bo. 117  Boy Scout  Notes  "Bb prepared"  BY MAGISTBB  'Jlic next badge is one of the ..an1-  est tho scout has to conu-i.d ivilU,  it ia called tho '''Pathfinder."  To obtain thia badge, ihe only compulsory one (or a "King's Scout", the  candidate muat know every lane, bypath " and short for a distance of  at least two miles in evvry direction  around tho local headquarters., if in  the country, or fur one mile, if in a  town, and have a general knowledge  of the district within a five mile rud-  iua of hia' local headquarters, so as  to be able to guide people at any  time by day or .by night.  Kuow the general direction of tho  principal neighboring towns for a distance, of twenty-five miles, and be able  to give atrangers- clear directions how  to get'to them.  In the country hi a *twb mile radius  ho must know tho names of the different farms, their approximate acreage and atock; or in a town, in a  half mile radius, muni know the>prin-  ciple livery (.tables, feed dealers, bakers and butchors.  In, town or country he/ must know  whero tho police stations, hospitals,  doctors, tolegraph, telephone offices,  firo engines, hydrants, blacksmiths'and  factories ior establishments, j where over  a dozen horses arc kept are.  Know something of the history of  the place, or of the oldest buildings.  As much as possible of the above  information should be entered upon a  large scale map for permanent reference at the local headquarters.' 6  Pilot  Must be ablo to sail a boat, . lack,  wear or roof, mako and .shorten sail,  muat have a full know.edg. of thr1  admiralty chart for tho nearest port  and.the coast on each side of it. Ho  must know the beacons, buoys and"  landmarks into and out of the hnrfcotf,  and must be able to heave'"the lead"  He must lfcnow tho rule of the Road1  at Sea, (the lights carried by all classes of vessel.., the danger and storm  signals nnd the Mercantile code of  signals. He must be able to fix posu  tions by means of cross bearings, both  from land and sea, and must keep "a  log" for nt least ji -.month, registering  the wind, weather, barometer and thermometer, as generally carried out at  sea.  ,    Photographer  Must take, develop und print twelve  separate subjects; three interiors, three  portraits, three landscapes and three  instantaneous "action" photos, and  have a >kno.��jedgG of the theory and  uso of lenaes, the construction of cameras, and action of developers.        s  Pioneer  Must, show extra efficiency in the  following��� Well a nine inch tree or  scaffold pole neatly and quickly. | Tie  eight different knotB quickly in tho  dark or blindfolded. T,nsh spars properly together for scaffolding. Build  model bridge or derrick. Mako a camp  kitchen. Build a hut of some kind  suitable for three occupants.  Piper  Must be able to play a march and  a reel on the bagpipes, i and to dnnoe  the sword dance,  Plumber  Muat make wiped and bronze joints.  cut and fix a window pane, repair; a  burst pipe, mend a ball or faucet tap,  and understand tho'hot and cold water systom of a house.  Poultry Farmer  Muat have a knowledge gained by  practice of incubators, foster-mothers,  sanitary fowl houses and coops, and  runs, also of rearing, fading, killing,  and dressing birds for marked, and  muBt be'able to pack birds and eggs  for market.  New Railway Act Gives  Power to Municipalities  Provisions to protect municipal and  public rights are outstanding features  of the newly consolidated railway act  of Canada which will be introduced at  the opening opening ol the next session of parliament. Since the original  act was passed there have been a great  number of amendments, and for the  past year Samuel Price, K.C., of St.  Thomas, who was retained by the  government to do the work, has been  engaged in consolidating the different  amendments. A number of new clauses  aro to be inserted. Tho work was completed too late for last session, but  the bill has beon printed and will bo  introduced as soon as parliament assembles.  It is specially provided in one of  the new clauses that no company shall  erect telegraph, telephone or power  lines without tho consent of the municipality where the works ure located.  Such consent also is essential to power distribution, while rates to be charged muat be approved.by the railway  commission.  Strong penaltiea aro provided for  those who fuil' to obey the orders of  the railway board. Kailway officers  and directors from president down  who disregard orders are Bubject to  penalities ranging from $20.00 to 96,000  Similar penalties are made applicable  to mayors, aldermen and municipal  councilmen.  A company which without consent  of the railway board, removed a spur  line to any industrial establishment is  made liable to a fine of 31,000. Thore  are some technical changes respecting  proceedings in arbitration, while a  now clause inserted provides that the  board may order the opening and operation of any new line on its own motion or the initiative of any one else.  The new act contains over 100  clauses and embodies every amendment  made since the original act. Tt is believed that the increased control given  to municipalities in respect to their  streets and highways is the result of  the litigation which has resulted disastrously to a number of municipalities whose powers are overridden by  the sweeping authority conferred on  private companies by federal and  provincial enactments.  The Kelowna troop of Hoy Seoul..  propose going into oamp near Long  take on  August   18th  to 92nd.   This  will be a joint camp of many boys  throughout tho valley and should  prove of inestimable instructional  value.  The ambulance .badge, an described  in these columns recently, haw been  won by R. Keller, second rank in the  "Wolf" Patrol.  MoBBi-B Fraser A* .Co., of 051 Dran-  villo street, Vancouver havo been appointed tho official outfitters for tho  scouts in this province, in place of  Messrs.1 A. P. Brown, who wore unaluV  (o carry a sufficiently .lul'go stock to  meet the requirements of headrpiftrlori.  A statement has been issued by the  provincial headquarters for two years  ending Dec. 31, 1IU2, showing receipts  "by loans, government, grant, sale of  badges, and bank interest" to Ih*  811511.03.. The expenditures amounted  to 8059,38, leaving a balance in hand  of $551.65 whioh, with stock, eto.,  makes the assets total 8610.10.  Heavy Dominion Loan  Almost Due  Tho last of tho Dominion Joans at 4  per cent., matures on October I. Ali  tho others aro at a rate below 1 per  cent.  The loan in question totala $8,173,-  000 and was floated in 1807 for gener-  ul purposes. It carries the guarantee  of the Imperial government. In what  manner it will bo disposed of is believed to be now under consideration  by i the government. . l'.ast year the  $67)00,000 loan, which matured, was  liquidated und wiped out. Tho federal  revenues continue buoyant and the  surplus on the operations in the last  fiscal year, is substantial, but at tho  aame time, heavy expenditures have  beon authorized by parliament. In consequence it is not yet determined  whether the loan will Ixj paid off or  renewed.  Next year a 830,000,000 loan bearing interest at 3j per cent., falls due.  but attached to it is the option of  ronowal to 1019. After that is disposed of there will be no more maturing obligations until 19&8.   it   Parcel Post System  Tho (lost office department hns under  consideration the wholo question ofthe  parcel post system. It will not lie iu  a position to announce any plans for  some timo, however, n�� to tho rate to  be charged and other details of the  undertaking. The depaitment itBolf  intends to work out tho scheino ns it  did tho postal note and other branches  of tlie service without going abroad  for advice. Conditions in Canada are  peculiar to the country and cannot  bo guided by experience elsewhere.  It had been hoped to inaugurate ths  sen ice on .January 1, but as to this  there is no definite announcement. Before that is done many preliminaries  will have to he arranged and a decision as to ratings reueherl by tho  Pontmaster-fleneral.  Meanwhile tho rural mail service is  constantly oxpanding, a t.rtal of 1.500  routes are now in operation. The bulk  of thorn are in Ontario, but all the  provinces havo aome, and petitions are  coming in Btoadily.  j:PRODUCTIVE LAND!:  ���     ' ' "'���-  If you are seeking  | Good Hay Land,  Established Orchards,  Small Holdings,  Fruit Acreage j;  apply to  R. L. DALGLISH, Okanagan Mission J !  Telephone   -LI , ,  Okanagan Mission is the prettiest lake point adjacent to Kelowna ' ���  Last of properties for sale on application  l^���,l������^,^,^,I,,^���^,^���^,I.^,I,,^���^,,^���,^.^,^���^,,^���,^���M���M^H-M���^"^l"I * M H i*h 11  Should the prosont favorable oondl-  (ions continue until n fair proportion  nf tho grnin harvest is gathered in,  ft totfll yield ol 270,670,000 bushel, of  wheat, onto, bnrley, and flax will be  realized trom tho soason'a farming in  Saskatchewan, according- to an estl-  mate based on the statistic of th*  department ,of agriculture.  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. HAUG  KELOWNA B.C.  TaUoHo..  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows.  Mouldings, Etc  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  WATER NOTICE  For a license to store or pen baok  water.  Notice is hereby given that Cecil  Henry Bond of Rutland, B. C, farmer,  will apply for a license to store or  pen baok 37jn ere feet of water from  Mill Creek, a stream flowing in a westerly dircotion and emptying into Okanagan Luke, near Kelowna. The water  will   be   stored   in   a   reservoir   of   capacity   (sea plan    of  Kelowna Irrigation Company Ltd.,  on file) built, or to be built at, and  will be used-for irrigation purposes as  authorized by Water Record No ... .  Water Lioenso No. ... or under a notice of application for a license to take  and use water, posted herewith, on the  land described as part of Lot 34, plan  264, 25 aores.  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 15th day of July, 1918. The  application will be filed in the office  of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Objections may be filed with the said  Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. C,  CECIL HENRY BOND, Applioant.  W. E. Adams, Agent. 34-7   .   WATER NOTICE  For a Hoense to take and use water.  Notice is hereby given that Cecil  Henry Bond of Rutland, B.C., farmer,  will apply for a license to take and  use 374 acre feet of water out of Kill  t'reek, whioh flows in a westerly direction through Kelowna Irrigation Co.,  Ltd., Reservoir and empties into Okanagan Lake, near Kolowna. The water  will be diverted at Kelowna Irrigation  Co.'s headgate and will be used for  Irrigation purposes on ths land described \os part of Lot 31, plan 264.  This notioe was posted on the ground  on the l.ll h day of .luly, 1913. The  application: will be filed in the office  of the Water Recorder at Vernon.  Objections may be filed with the said  Water Recorder or with the Comptrol  ler of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. 0,  CECIL HENRY BOND, Applioant.  W. E. Adams, Agent. 34-7.  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended ta  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  AU kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  CONCRETE  WORK  1 have a complete plant cf power  mixera and all appliance! for concrete  construction of every kind, and am  devoting all my attention to thia work,  in which I have had many yeara'  experience.  AH Kinds of Cement Work,  Concrete Buildings,  Foundations and Sidewalks,  Excavating Contracts  ITWITTER  OFFICE: RESIDENCE,  Clemen! tr RlW .See. WooWer Ay.  Rarmer Block Richter Street  'PHONE 104 'PHONE 4304  City of Kelowna  COURT OF REVISION  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER A CONTRACTOR  Plana.   Specification,   .nd    Eelimatea ',  Furni.hed  1 Notioe is hereby given that the first  sitting ot the annual Court of Revision  of the Municipality of th* City of Kolowna   will    be   hold in tho   oounoil  chamber. Bernard avenue, Kelowna, B.  C, on Monday, the 11th day of "Kiip-  ust, 1913, nt ton o'clock in the   foro  noon, for tho purpose of hoaxing com*  plaints against tho assossment as mod's  by the assessor, and for revising   snd  correcting the assessment roll.  City Clark's Offioe,  Kelowna, B. C,  July 4th, 1913.  0.11. DL..W  33-7 Clitry Ohrk KELOWNA RECORD  THURSDAY, JULY 31st, 1913,  ���'Hiinniiinr in nil mill  OBjQI  CASH STORE  WE have decided  to  make SATURDAY the last day of our  Sale.   The wondeiful success that has attended this store  in our stock-reducing and money-raising efforts has quite  fulfilled expectations, and we wish to thank all our friends for their  patronage and will endeavour to   make   Saturday's   Prices   more   -�� startling than ever   Come on Saturday and get the Benefit of this Last Day of Sale Prices  Remember, everything in the store at great reductions.   This means  not just what we want to sell, but everything you want to buy  Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ladies'and Children's Ready-to-Wear  Boots and Shoes, Mens Clothing and Furnishings,  Specials in Men's Suits  Values iu men's suits that arc ccrtainlv deserving of  your attention if you appreciate highest quality of  suits at the lowest prices offered this season.  812.50 values for $7-5��  $15.00 values for 8-5��  $18.00 values for 9-5"  $21.00 values for II .50  $22.50 values for i   12.50  $25.00 values for 13-5"  S27.50 values for 15.5��  $32.00 values for I7-5"  $35.00 values for 19-5��  20-Centurv brand clothing at the same above prices.  Men's summer flannel shirts, plain and fancv stripes  all wool, sizes 14% to 17, Regular $4.00 and $5.00  Sale Price $3.00  Men's clastic-ribbed, unshrinkable, combination  unionsuits, spring needle made, closed crotch, summer weight. Regular $1.50 values  Kale Price 95c.  Men's fine white lisle underwear, Zimmerknit, sizes  36 to 40. Regular S1.00 values  Sale Price 65c.  25 dozen of men's fine silk lisle socks in plain   and  fancy colors. Regular 50 and 65c. .Sizes S'/l to 11  Sale Price .' 35c.  Ladies' Footwear  .lust received another shipment of ladies fine shoes  direct from manufacturers, who are using this store  to dispose of their surplus stock at less than manufacturers prices.  50 pair Ladies' Patent Calf Blucher Bals. Light soles  and mat uppers, worth at least $5.00  Our Price $2.50  25 pairs Ladies Gun Metal Blucher Bals. Splendid  boot for walking. Regular $i).5o  Sale Price $2.50  25 pairs Ladies' Black Dong. Blucher. Nice and light  for the hot weather. Regular 84,50  Our Price $2.25  Children's White Wash Dresses  Misses white Lingerie dresses. Reg. $4.95 for . I3.00  Misses while Lingerie dresses, Reg. $3.50 for . $2.50  Girls white dresses, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 years. Regular S2.75 for fi.75  Misses Bathing suits. Reg. ��2.25 for .   .   .   .   $1.75  Ladies Bathing Suits, Reg. $3.75 for .     ... $3.25  Children's Sox, black, white, tan, sky, etc.,   white  with fancy tops, Reg. 20c. 2 for ....   250.  Turkish Towels. Reg. 50c 35c. pair  Art Sateens, Cretonnes, Reg. 25c. a yard for . 15c.  Muslins for dresses, Plain  and   figured. Reg,   35c.  for 20c.  Men's Boots & Shoes  50 pairs Men's Black Box Calf Bluchers. Goodyear  \yelts. Regular $5.00 to J6.00  Our Price 1J2.95  25 pairs Men's White Canvass Bluchers. Regular  $3.00.     Our Price 5i.95  All other lines are being rushed out at the same  deep cut prices.  Men's Walkover Oxfords, Button, Tan of Black,  Regular $6.00 for S3.95  Men's Walkover Oxfords, Lace, Tan or Black. Regular J6.00 for .' f3.95  Men's Black Dong. Oxfords, Turned sole. Regular  J3.00.     Our Price J1.50  a  50 pairs Men's Working boots. Good strong serviceable boot. Guaranteed all solid. Worth $4.00  lor J2.50  We have the famous Amhurst Shoe for men, in black  or tan. Recognized by all as the most reliable boot  manufactured in Canada. We are sacrificing all in  this great money-raising sale.  Richmond's Cash Store  KELOWNA, B.C.  A ITHURSDAY, JULY Sl.t, 1918.  JCElaOWNA RECORD  SROwM,  take all  htdoors a  udygfound for  Mile Folks & Big  >n  ameras  Give all the fun of photography without any of the  bother. Are to simple a  child can use with good  results. Capable enough  for the experienced amateur.  hownies, $1 to $12  \ B. Willits It CO.  )RUCGISTS and STATIONERS  Kslowns,    B.C.  .ONE 19  SYNOPSIS Of COAL HDIING  BEGULATIONS  Coal mining tight* oi ths Dominion  ln Harftobo, Satlte/tiihewan andAlbtx-  ts, tks Yukon Territory, ths North-  wsst tsnttorlss, sad la ��� portion ol  the ftorino. of British CMvnbss, My  bs leased . tor a tarn el twenty-cm*  year* st an annual nsntsl si f 1 aa  ���an. Not nor. thaa 1*00 e*r*s  wiU bs swsst. to oaf swill tsat.  AppUMtioa   (or ths Ittvss   sssst bs  na*. by th* awlleanl ia   ptsese  to  ths Agent or iSub-A��ont ol tbs tHsU  in which tW rights applied tar    i  la suvsysd territory th* lead sesst  bs described by list laws, ** legal subdivisions ol nrtisas, aad la un*ur.*y-  ���4 tsnitoty th* tract applied lor  shall bt stslttd out by th* appUtant  Eaoh application must bs am  paaM by a it* of 98 wbieh will b*  rrfundtd il th* right* applitd lor  ar* not ovalUbls, but no* oUMrwit*.  A royalty shall b* paid oa tha raer-  ahaDtabl* output ol tb* mint at ths  tats ol five out* pax loo.  Tb* parson operating ths tolas shall  furnish tas Agent with sworn saturna  accounting for ths hill qoeatlty ol  merchantable ooal mintd and pas' ths  royalty thtnoa. II tb* ooal sdniae  rights an not being operated, suoh  returns should b* furnished al Issst  one* a year,  Tbs lays* will Inslud* th* coal mining; righta only, but th* Isasa* may  bs psiinittsd to puiohar* whatever  availabl* curiae* tiahta nay bi eon-  tidsrsd Dfoaisary lot th* workiae of  ths min* st tb* rats ol f 10 an aon.  For bill Information application  should ha aad* to th* tsorstaiy of  th* Dspattmaat ol th* Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agsnt  ol Dominion Land..  W. W. CORY  Deputy Mlnl.ter ol tha interior!  N. ...-Unauthorised publication of  thia advertisement will not bs paid  ior.  Late  Cabbages  Now Ready  H. LYSONS  Kelowna. Greenhouse.  R. MINNS & CO.  Cabinet Makers,  Undertakers and Embalmers  ELLfc STREET, KELOWNA  Telephone, 91  On call day and night  'Phone 240  P.O. Bos 147  Kelowna Machine Shops  Machinist* and Engineers  (Carags in connection)  W<S ReDair   S"w Mi" Machinery, Factory Machinery.  pan   ��^m Enginas. Steam Fittintt, Boilers, Gas  Engin**,Molor Boats, Elevatoia, Cement Mixers, Road Machinery  ���    Automobiles  C Stock   CoU Rolled Snaftin>* Bo,u* Screws, Nuts,  and Engineers' Supplies  w  , Ag.tiu for th* famous  CADILLAC CARS  also for  Dunlop Traction Tread Tires,  Morgan & Wright Tires,  and all kinds of MOTOR ACCESSORIES  For REPAIR WORK we have engaged the services of an  automobile expert who has had years of experience in first-clan  shops.   We are giving satisfaction to a great many car owners  in ths valley and can satisfy you.  Kelowna Machine Shops  A. McQUARRlE, Proprietor.  ABBOTT STREET - - KELOWNA, EC.  Marking Imported Fruit ���**��� rf ��� **��j"�� <**�� *r  to Hit Pal  A circular has bean issued by th* B.  C. Fruit Grower.' As-oeiation and  signed by ths tsorstaiy, Mr. K. M.  Winslow, dealing with tb* now bill regulating th* importation ol foreign j  fruit.  Under th* Fruit Marks Act all Canadian thippttt of fruit, hav* bam oom-  psllsd to comply with its requirs-  uwnts. This British Columbia Grow-  an havs faithfully and cbssrfully don*,  though imported fruit coming in direct competition with us wat allowed  te bs sold without hiadranos without  In any way complying with th* law.  IU* situation (mated a coadition of  unfair oompetition whioh ths Dominion  government r*cognix*d, and in 1919  endsavorod an our representation!, to  rtmovs; in this thsy wer* untucosssful  iu** the law did not apply to imported fruit, and even if it had, tier*  waa no adequate provision ior its enforcement against foreign shippers,  Ths B. C. Fruit Grower.' Astochv  tion, at Ita annual msating In January, passed a strong resolution citing  th* injuatios and uniairtMM under  which our industry was laboring and  asking ths Dominion government to  formulate regulations, making H Incumbent on foreign Shippers to comply with our Fruit Marks Aot before  ths packages wore allowed in Canada.  A committee ,oomposed of W. S. Fog-  go i of Vernon and Thomas Abrisl ol  Nakuap, and the secretary of the.association, prooeedad to Ottawa in February, to press thit and other matters  before the Dominion government. Ths  Hon. Martin I Burrell, minister of agriculture, and member for Yale-Cariboo,  met them in a moat helpful spirit and  gave them all possible assistance; hs  fully recognized the injustice!, iu the  Fruit Marka Act and had legislation  prepared to remedy it. The bill ��o-  oured precedence inthe House over  many othor. whioh wart .dropped, and  despite the crowded and contentious  character of tha session and tome opposition, tbs bill was passed.  Under ths.bill, as paaaed, ths governor in council had power to make regulations, and that* are duly published  and ao igiven^ tho>force of the law, in  the "Canada Oaattta' , of July 6th,  Itioy read at follows:  His Excellency  tbe    Administrator  ia oounoil it pleased toj order that th*  following    regulations shall bs     and  the same ar* hereby made and established under th*, provisions of section  330 A, of Mis Inspection and Sal* Aot.  1.  In these regulations:  (A)���"Importer" means   ths person,  fiim or corporation is Canada  to whom fruit from.outsid*   ol  Canada, it sold, shipped, consigned or delivered.  (BJ���"Fruit" meant   applet,    crab  i    apples,     pears,     plum*    and  peaohss when shipped in closed  psokagM.  (C)-J"Inspeot!or" means an inspector  employed.by th* Department ol  Agriculture   ol   Canada   to enforce th* provisions ol Fart IX  ol tb* Inspection and Sal* Aot,  chapter 86, Bsvised Statutes ol  Canada, 1006, and the Regulations mad* thereunder.  I 3.  No fruit ahall b��) imported   into  Canada etotpt a* hereinafter provided.  t.  Every importer ol fruit, or   ail  representative shall  cause alb    grade  marka foundi on closed packages eon-  ig    imported   fruit to bs    completely removed, erased or obliterated,  whan, suoh,grade marks an   different  to, or inoontietent with th* marking  or branding required by (eotion* 380  and 831 of th* Inspection aad    Sale  Act, or SMtioa 4 of these reguMaoa*.  4.   Every importer ol fruit, or    hi*  representatives    ahall cause all olosed  package,    containing   suoh   imported  fruit to be marked or branded in    a  plain and legible manner, in   letters  and figure* not lets than hall an inah  long, and in the'following form:  (riao. bn th* )  (l'laoo bar* th* )  (proper grade marktk (oorraot nam* ol)  (    the variety  )  Imported by  (Intent hare th* nam* and)  (addree. of tha imporUr)  6.   Th* removal, oraaure or obliteration ol original grade marka or brands  on olosed   package* containing    imported fruit,and re-marking or branding ol aaid oio.ed packages to    eon-  form   with   the Iprovisions of th* Inspection and Sale Aot aa required by  the** regulations, ahall be don*    at  th* tiro* when tb* taid '���package,   an  being taken from the railway oar, th*  steamship or other oonv*,, anoe in whioh  they have i bate bnought into Canada.  �����   Tha marks oar brand, epeoitied in  ���totion 4 ol the** regulatipnt thoil bs  placed on th* end of the packages.  The association .has just received a  letter from Mr. J,. A. Huddiok, Dairy  and Cold Storagei Commit tiontr, who  is charged with tlie entorcrmont ofthe  Fruit Marka Aot, saying ithst a oir-  oulnr it In tha blends of aha printer.  lor distribution. 'Hit circular makes  publio th* provision* ot the law, which  mast now be obtryod by th* importer  under th* penoHlie* ol tbe Aot.  It should be a matter ot eongrstu-  lation to Brili.b Columbia fruit grow  er* that thia  uafolrseta h��. been re  In whidOhmurlallic. Kalowna h����.anl����aloMi.  Sidney Hoipw, ol Vanatmra.. B.C.  Dear Sid,-Ohl Wi..! oht rapture!  We oome the happy throng, bearing  palms of victory in our hand*, ringing peons ol joy and gladness! Ton  atk me th* cause ol thia outburst ol  childish merriment?    Know ye,    then,  0 most nobis Sid, that on Thursday  last our ball team roused them from  their Rip Van Winkle trance, and accompanied by the plaudit! of the  teaming thousands, humbled th* proud  cohort, of Vemon���yea, humbled them  ���van unto the dust I There wat lots  ��f dutt that day, too. My boy, M  was some victory, or rat'iar aoine  slaughter. Our team batted like *  bunch of eraty men, and fielded ae il  their tnlts were covered with glue.  But one pathetic thing marred an  otharwiss joyous occasion. That waa  tbe umpiring. Tb* gentleman in question may have had tb* best Intention* in the world, but hit elocution  wa* very much to th* Roquefort*!  There wat toms strong talk of lynching him, but it was Anally decided to  let him suffer on.  All thit earn* aa a complete sui-  prias to ut. ,Wo all thought the Vernon hoy. hod our team trained ao  thay would eat from their hand*.  Whon lol and behold! the uneipeoted  happened! the worm turned I and laid  out that Vernon .outfit in seven shades  of lavender. "How are the mighty  fallon'l"  The other day the bos. heard'ol a  musical artist who it taking a rest  down at Penticton (and by ths way  that's about all you oan do down  there), ao he says to me, "Jimmy,  we need that gink.in,our business,  and we'll get him if he's .to bo got."  No sooner taid than done, and we've  landed him for next Friday and Saturday. He is supposed to be the  greatest one oi hi* kind in captivity,  Hs plays on anything from a beer-  bottle to a cheese box. Granville is  bit name. I think he it tha tarns  guy they named tha street after in  Vanoouver. After leaving here he it  going to tour Pantaget circuit; you  will see him in Vancouver in several  weeks.  I suppose of course that you have  heard of tbe Kolowna Regatta. This  year is going to put the previous one  to',far,in the shade that they will be  but hazy memories of the past. The  committee in charge are going .to out;  loose, and do things in suoh stylo  that this regatta will make history in  the, Okanagan. Ona great new feature  will be on i tha last night, when an all  fool', oonfetrti carnival will be held.  Then ought to, be a large crowd at  this. From where I tit it looks a* if  the otltbration wat going to be a  howling success.  I hats to mention it again Sid, but  we an having elegant weather herr,  but you know when you have a good  thing you ahould push it along.   With  1 could thove you a slice oi our climate. It can't ba done, though. II  you want any you'll hav* to come  and get it, ao get a move on and  oome to.the town'where lite it a tue-  cestion of tunny days and eta' lit  nights.    "���>  JIMMY.  Pay Taxes in Monthly  Instalments  Among the many matttr* ditouittd  at tbs annual msating of the ' Union  of Canadian Municipalities at Satka-  toon, *wa�� a recommendation to. permit the enaotmenta which would enable muniolpalitiee to ooilest taxes in  monthly instalment*. In (vary buti-  neae it had been demonstrated that  the collection ol 'payment* wan, profitable to all partite oonotrned. It  wa..pointed out that under th*.present syttsm ol annual payments,muni-  oipalitits wan forced to borrow large  turn, of money in advance from the  bank., on whioh they, paid inter**.,  thut .welling .the/tax rat*. With th*  monthly payment of text* then  would'|b* a constant supply of money  on hand, and in tha aggregate a vatt  saving to ths taxpayer.. In many  a* it would also provide a much  mon convenient way of meeting th*  tax for the taxpayer.  A resolution embodying then recommendations waa carried. ���  Rtoommsndations for provincial  guarantees for municipal bonds wen  also passed, it being agreed that th*  requirements, for a provincial guarantee would act at' a deterrent in many  cases where municipalities had acted  unwisely in the issuing ot bonds to  oover works that were not requirrtd.  mMG$Jbrt  WHENEVER YOV NEED A CHURN OR ANYTHING  rOR THE KITCHEN. COME STRAIGHT TO VS AND  YOV WILL FIND IT.  WE SEE THAT THE MATERIAL VSED IN MAKING  ALL Or OVR KITCHEN THINGS IS THE KIND THAT  WILL LAST.  MAYBE WE HAVE MANY KITCHEN CONVENIENCES  THAT YOV KNOW NOT OF.   COME SEE.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  D. H. RATTENBURY  REAL ESTATE e. INSURANCE  Office:   Rooms 7 & 8, Leckie Block  Good Stable for Rent, close in  Phone 257 P.O. Box 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  [Succor, to the Morriaon-Thomuson Co.]  Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating)  Ventilating Systems, Pumps, &c  Pipe Fittings of all kinds  Coates. Edwards & Gowen Garage       KELOWNA, EC  WE HAVE FUNDS TO  Purchase Agreements for Sale  AND TO  Loan on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUIU5ER AND CONTRACTOR  Jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna   ���   B.C.  Dr. ORNER-  moved. We are confident that tha  change will east*, materially in securing lor our fruit a market at a  fair prio*. Th* aucoee. of the H.( 0.  Fruit Growers' Association in thit  matter* will be ol benefit to all ths  fruit grown* oi Canada and ahould  greatly encourage us to improve the  oonditions of th* industry in  wayi.        _   j  SIGHT  SPECIALIST (Ute of Kamloops)  hss now permanently located in Kelowna in the office of  G. Albrighton & Co., Real Estate,  Raymer Block  -     26 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE    -  A Perfect and Scientific Examination Free  Accuracy and satisfaction guaranteed KELOWNA RECORD  VHUBSDAY, JULY Slit, ins.  ... i. i. ).i . M    'v L g *���  1 WANTED! }  Prepaid Rates: 2 cents per word  firat. insertion and 1 cent per Word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., in-  ..ei'ted for lest, than 25 centi.  All classified advertisements must bt  paid for in advance owing to the coat  attending the booking and charging of  .-mall Hems.  t'opy may be received for these ads  up to, 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  HELP WANTED  WANTED- l.irl   a��   household      help,  In  ���.mull  fa.nily.   Apply Mrs.  J.    A.  ilonistiti.   Burne  avenue,   Woodluwn.  36ti  WWTI'.D-- ...><>d. capable, general  servant, Cooking. Apply fcdx '1.''  lioeord. 36  WANTED TO PURCHASE  WANTED TO PURCHASE, Second  hand power spraying outfits. Apply  giving price and particulars to Moon  Urns., Spray Factory, Box SfiO. Kelowna, B.C. 32tf  I'KOPI-.ttTY FOB SALE  ['OH SALK-Two lakeside lots. Lake  shore drive extends full length of  property. A bUUp io a CjU.-ik pur-  ohaser, 8660 cash, &.IH) down, balance in quarterly payments. Apply  A. I'.vaus, "Mission City News." Mission  City,   B.C.  TOR SALE- 20 acres fine fruit and  hay land, six miles from Kelowna on  Vernon road; nNo 7-roomed houu  and two (fine building lotn onWilson  avenue. AH at very attractive figures. Inquire F. S. Coates, Lata*  view hotel. 'JUtf.  VO.U SALE, 10 ACRES hoarn<j or-  chanl at Rutland. AJbowb .'On trees  good commercial varieties, also small  fruits, good S-room house and out  buildings. Terms easy. Also a number of colonies Italian bees. Apply  T.  Barber, Rutland, -x  FOR SALE- This is for a bargain-  hunter. i.0-acros. all under cultivation, 7UU two-year-old trees, house,  good water, etc Trice S.3'5 par acre.  Will take lots or city property as  part payment for quick sale. To- particulars write to Box. "D". Kelowna  Record. 24tf.  GOODS FOR SALE  FOR SALE ��� "Champion" potato  digger, cheap. Apply fleo. W, Sohell.  Rutland.   'Phone   3103. 36-8  FOR SALE���Team ol horses, about  MOO lbs., harness, wagons, also  about twenty young horses, Will be  sold cheap. Apply GilUf Uunj.ord,  Kelowna. 30-t*  Growers Exabange Preparing  for Busy  ?OB  SALE���Mars (14.2) 7 yean old.  .iilr  lor  Imlii'H  ami  r-liililivn.   Hiitf^y  null  harness,   Mrs. 'P.  ('.  Kurr, oor-  hit  Sutherland nml Pendoal ttreet*,  nr  '.0. Box 275.                          III!  FOR KALE���Horse, single or double  driver. 0. W. Dickson. P.O. box 289,  "Phono 128. 85t.  "Granville" a nmsical novelty artist will be an evtra added attraction  at  the opera  house on Friday     and  I .Saturday in addition to the usual  program of selected moving pictures.  Mr. Granville plays n marvellous variety of instruments, including saxophone, a larionet, concertina,   jnuslcal  i glasses, coins and flower pots. This  is nn interesting and clever act that  is sure to please both old and young  alike. Mr. Granville will also perform  at tho matinee on Saturday, ;  FOR SALE- Thoroughbred Holatein  Bull', at Harriss' Hawkeedale Ranch.  Apply Et Marvin, Manager. ,l0tf  FOR SALE��� Fence postB, Fir. Apply  Cather. 'Phone B4. 22tf.  FOR SALE��� Young pigs; registered  Berkshire first class breeding stock;  also eggs for hatching. Barred Rpcks  Ruff Orpingtons, r.-c. Rhode Island  Reds, r.-c. Brown Le {horns. Apply  .1. Rateman, Vernon Road, Kelowna.  sain  FOR SALE- Solid rubber tired buggy  ball bearing bicycle wheels, and single set driving harness in first class  condition. English saddle and.bridle.  Apply, H. W. Wilkinson. ?. O. Box  951. 2fitf.  FOR SALE-- Driving horse, buggy and  harness. All in perfect condition. Rox  448. x  FOR SALE.���Four-hole cast iron cook  stove, good order, 815. P.O. box 416 |  "Gold l>eads forornamenting " Rose  beads, two dozen for 25c. 'Necklet  clasps, 20 to 50 cents each. ��� "Knowles,  the jeweler.)'  White Restaurant  50c.  DINNER  50c.  6-8 p.m.  August 2nd, 1913  Tomato Soup  Boiled Halibut,  Dutch Suuce  Roast Duck  Boiled Mutton  Caper Sauce  Creamed Carrots   Peas  Compote of Fruit  Jelly    .  ES^-eAX  _ COT PRKIS >*T  SB MENS GOOD CLOTHES  When toe sock thc axe into prices, toe  put it into real prices on real clothes.  Our reductions may not- appear as great as  others, but when toe sell you, say, ��� $20  suit .or f 15, you saoe $5 of real, sure-enough  money. Our ttoenty dollar suits are worth  ttoenty dollars the year around. We put on  the lower price to quickly mooe out of our  store tohat is left of the season's stock.  Gome in; toe can fit you now, but our reduced prices will soon sell us out of clothes.  "��*-  Men's Summer Suits  TWO PIECE  Reg. $12.00 for j, 8    Reg. $18 for $13.50  ���     15.00 for   10        ���     20 for   15.00  ���     16.50 for   12       ���     22 50- 16.50  Men's Summer Suits  THREE PIECE, TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS  Reg.$27.50-$18.00 Reg.$16.00-$13.50  ���    25.00-   16.50   ���     16.50-   12.00  ���    20.00-   15.00   ���     15.00-   10.00  Men's Shirts  English Oxford Shirts.  $1.75   Reg.  ...$l  Men's Socks  Fancy Lisle Socks. Reg. 50c.  and 60c 3 pairs $1  Men's Underwear  Balbriggan, Mesh snd Porous  Knit Underwear, also Grey  Elastic Knit. Reg. 50c. to  65c.. ....35c.  Pink and White Lisle. Reg.  85c. and $1 60c.  Men's Oxfords  Tan and Black Oxfords.  Reg.  $4.50 and $5   $2.95  Men's Caps  Reg. 75c. to $1.25 50c.  Men's Straw Hats  Reg. $2.50 to $4 $1  Boys' Suits  Reg. to $9 $4  THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.  The new Kelowna Growers' Exchange  iJ.Ul'., and .uflw. Met t led in ,th^ -.J^axtOTO  {hitherto occupied by the.Fanners Ex-  | change, and under the management of  I Mr. 0. W. Woolsey, are preparing .for  I thu busy shipping season, which will  shortly commence, Large quantities of  orchard boxes and box, materia}' have  been purchased, so that the complaint  of former years of a scarcity of these  necessary articles may be obviated.. A  slight change,of mfthod is to le adopted1 this year in that most of the  apple packing .will be done in the districts where the fruit is grown, For  this purpose, the'shed built last year  At Kutland is to be utilized and a  new packing shed is in -process of erection at the Mission. The basement  of the Exchange Building in town is  being Improved and rendered watertight, this will practically double tho  storage capacity of the building and  give, moreover, a place where the fruit  can be unloaded and given a chance  to cool of! before being shipped in the  cars.  The manager reports that contracts  are being readily signed by the growers and the new. Concern generally Is  receiving most encouraging support.  Thc share*, in the company have been  taken up with almost surprising eagerness, over 700 have been sold to  date. This will place the exchange in  a fairly strong position and although  the numerous > delays incident to its  commencement and incorporation have  interfered somewhat vwith the shipping  of the early cropB of 4.0ft fruits,  things are.now getting down to business, and1 several cars of potatoes and  vegetables have been sent out. The  staff has also been busy with fresh  shipments of cherries, etc   ���=   FOH BALE  One house in Abbott street looking  down Beach avenue, full view of lake,  7 rooms, 2 verandah's hall, cellar,, hot  and cold water, bath room, private  W.C, Also one Bungalow on Hospital  Road, near lake lake. 8 rooms, veranda, bath room, H.C., hot and cold  water. Buy terms. Apply to  Sfltf. R. W. BlTf.V.K.  ���*��� nv  "Whatihtheworld shall  We have for dinner??  This question is being asked by '  nearly every woman in Kelowna at,  , the breakfast table.This meat busi-  ��� nets is a tough proposition attiring  the hot weather any way, arid w| have  anticipated thia fact and have ordered  ,f f'  Practically Everything in  Canned & Bottled Meats  that ia rtiade  Clark's & Heinz baked! Beans, Clark's  Corned Beef, Roast Beef, Roast Mutton, Ready Lunch Beef, English Brawn,  Jellied Veal, Cambridge Sausage.Beef-  steak and Onions, Corned Beef Hash.  Stewed Kidney, Pigs Feet, Lunch  Tongue, Ox Tongue and Pastes  for sandwiches innumerable  t  You have only tried a few of these and they are all  good.   Our pure food laws .ompel the manufacturers to  put them up that way :  In Glass we have a full line of St.  Ivel, goods, well known by all Old  Country people as the best, cleanest  ,   and purest of Bottled Meats  Don't kill yourself by the fire.  It's good  Buy   canned  meat.  The McKenzie Co., Ld.  Auction Sale  in StockwelPs Auction Rooms  (C.P.R. Wharf)  Saturday, Aug. 2, at 2 pan.  I will sell  250 Cases Peachland Canned Peaches.  These will be sold by the esse of  two dozen cans, in lots to suit  Stock of Crockery snd Glassware, consisting of  Dinner, Tea, Soup snd Pie Plates, Cups and  Saucers, Platters. Vegetable Dishes, Puckers,  Tea Sets, Mugs and Bowls, Glass Tea Sets,  Sauce Dishei., Side Dishes, Beautiful China Tea "  Sets, Ponidge Sets, Fruit Dishes, and, in fact,  just whst you require in this line  Fine Extension Oak Dining Table, wilb Sat oak  Leather Seated chairs to match. Also a general. < - %������ ������  stock of Household Furniture and Effects. Also  ��� imported Upholstered Davenport  This will be my last sale until my return from  the east on September Ist  TERMS~CASH  J. G STOCKWELL  'A     '������  / tt  Delivered to any part of ths) city at  lc. per lb. retail  ^c. lb. in lots over 200 lbs.  20 per cent, off all retail  monthly accounts if paid  by 10th of following month  Apply H. B. BURTCH  PHONE 3J04

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