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 HMHLi  Kdnttma  VOL, VII.  NO. 7.  KELOWN/V BRITISH COLUMBIA, THUPSDAY. JANUARY 7, 1915.-8 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Council Reaches End  of Term of Office  Grant Made to Fire Brigade���  | C.P.R. to Build a Lighthouse-  SOLD1EBS SLEEP WHILE CIVILIANS PRAY  Scene in a Belgian church showing civilians praying, while Belgian  diert are'sleeping in tne straw in the foreground.  sol-  Nan Awaiting Trial  Was Charged With Complicity  in Recent Shooting Affair  The final chapter ol the ''onlicton  anonymous letter writing episode cutne  Tuesday when Elgin C. Mvera, formerly teoretary ol the Kettle 1'ullev Itail-  way Company shot himself in his  room above the C.P.H. depot.  Myert had laced a ureian.in.iry trial  tomeweekt ago on a charge of firing  into the Aquatic Club building one  night when cititens were bidding lare-  well to members ol the K.M.U., leaving lor camp at Victoria witb the second contingent. Two men were wound  ed by the bullett. It was alleged  that Myers had thot at hit roommate  J. H. McCoy, formerly manager ol  the Bank ol Hamilton and a member  ol the continarent. For tome months  anonvmoua lettert reflecting on the  character ol MoCov had been tent to  prominent residents, and placards were  Dotted up throughout the district.  Suspicion pointed to Myers at beina,  the person responsible. At the preliminary trial on the shooting charge  ho was bound over lor trial, and was  to oome up at Vernon on J-nuarv 13.  The vounir man took his life about  6 o'olock Tuesday bv firing a bullet  through bis heart from a rifle.  He waa lound lying on hit bed by  friends five houn later.   1   Recall English Interpreters  from France  There are no more Britith interpreters with the Allied foreet in Fran*.  AU ot the big' assemblage ol British  linguists who were assigned to aocom-  pany tbe unite ol Britain's expeditionary lorce lor tbe purposo nl onrloying  with French and Flemish peasants und  interviewing German prisoners ol war  have either been recalled or assigned  to other duties. Their nlaoea have been  taken bv Frenoh interpreter!. ' Tho  reason lor thit step it that tha French  interpretera are privates of n n-cam-  missioned olTioert and draw pay tor-  responding to their rank, whereat tbe  llritiah all had commissions tnd received officers' salaries. This ia a niaive  in tho direction ol economy: nut what  it more important it that it provides  the war office with a large number ol  well educated youths, who, through  their exporiencee on the firing line,  have gained a certain amount of military training and can be turned into  real offioers for Kilcbener't armv with  very little training.   1   A lawsuit in which the clgim reaches  the huge figure ol $500,000 ia being  heard in tbe Suptomo Court, Meaars.  J. MoHwee is Sons, railway oontrno-  tort ol Denver, Colorado, at plain1 ids  aneiag Messrs. Foley Bros., and Messrs. Foley, Welsh & Stewart. The action arieee out of thc boring of the  live-mile tunnel under Mount VoUcmld  at Rogers Peat in the Selkirk mountains, lor which ths defendantt are  contractors in chief and the plaintiffs  were sub-contractors. Soma ditagree-  ment between the parties led to tbe  sub-contractors having their contract  cancelled alter they had been at "oik  on the pioneer tunnel for lour or five  months.   ���   Thit it one ol tbe mildest winters in  the history of the north.' The thermometer hat not been more than 28  below tiro any time at Dawaon, and  laat weak it etayed only 30 below.  Oddfellow. Instal Officers  At tbe regular meeting of the 1 0.0  F., held on Tuesday evening the M  lowing officers were installed for the  ensuing year by District Deputy Grand  Master, L. V. Sogers:  Noble Grand, Harraau 1.. Willits,  Vioe-Grand, J. C. Hichards; Jlec. Secy.  John MoMillan; Fin. Secyi, II. II. Millie; Treasurer, Win. Harvey; Warden,  A. A. Jones; Conductor, S. II. Green;  OuUido Guardian, A. Kdwards; Inside Guardian, W. B. M. Caldor; R.S.  N. G., E. Marvin; L. S. N. G., H. 1..  Glenn; H.S.V.G., W. Patterson; L. S.  V.G., B. J. Bawes; H.S.S., Elmer Big-  gor; L.S.S., C. E. Cowel; Organist,  W. M. Parker; Chaplain. It. A. Johnston.  Following the installation a banquet  was held in the lodge rooms and a  pleasant evening spent with various  delightfully^ entertaining numbers.  ��� a   Kelowna Debating Society  The next meeting of tho above socially will be held on Friday the 15th  instant at tbe old school house,  southeast entrance at 8 o'olook.  The subject for debate will be the  "Canadian Naval Policy". Mr. It. li.  Kerr will move a resolution to the fallowing effect:  "That Canada Bhould contribute towards the support of an Imperial  navy."   1   The local school boys are playing B  hockey game against Kutland at the  latter place today.  Mr. J. Duncan and bride ol Rutland  returned from Cnlgarv on Tuesday.  .   a   ���  Servicei will be conducted in St. Andrews, churoh Okanagan Mission, on  Sunday at 8 a.m., and at 9 p.m., at  East Kelowna.  ...  In an advertisement of the Growers'  Exchange of whole corn for poultry or  stock feed the price nnnearcd last woek  as $3.15 per 100 lbs. This should hnve  been $2.05.  ...  Mr. K. F. Oxley is tho latest to  adopt the motor delivery in connection  with his grocery business, having purchased a fine Lambert car, which is being hendeomelv decorated in it manner  befitting the "Pioneer Grocery."  ...  "Special Union Services" are being  held this week and next in the Methodist church at Rutland, conducted by  lho Rev. Gordon Tanner, .m.l the liev.  W. T. Beattie. Tho services be,;in cacg  evening gt 7.30.  ...  At the meeting ol tho ilnptiet Voung  People on Mondav, Mr. A. Evans gave  a New Year's address whioh was much  appreciated.   Neat Monday,   Germany,  itt people, customs, religions, etc., will  be discussed bv four of the members.  ...  Many would bo clad, saye a Correspondent to see Miss Porte elooted on  tho school board. .She is woll known  in our oitv tor her inte'ligeut svmpa-  thv and'travelled experience, and ir  well fitted <n strenarthen the links between home and schoail which are to  valuable in school life. A Winn-" school  trustee is no pew th'nr in the west.  Polh Victoria end Vancouver, and  a'so Calgary and Kamloops and recently Winnipeg have elected such rep  resen'atives. Mitt Porte is to be nominated *bv Mr. R. II. Kerr and Mr.  H. H. Millie.  t  An Australian hat invented * .-' -  with a slightly curved keyboard     so'  that all Parti ol It oan be reached hy  a player with equal effort.  The council met laat Thursday morning for a brief session the principal  business being the winding up of  avail's for tne old year, and the passing of tho resolutions neoessary to  the election of the new council.  The auditor's report and financial  statement for the year v/as ra<ci\cd  and adopted.  Alderman Sutherland informed the  council that heretofore the oounoil  had made a small grant to the Kelowna Firo Brigade after large fir. a,  but recently, owing to funds beuu. so  scarce, they had been unable to make  such grants. He suggested that although the counoil was not in a position to pass a grant of an aniou.it  sufficient to recompense the brigade for  their valuable services during the past  vear, thev Bhould make a small donation as evidence of tbe council's appie-  ciation of their services.  Alderman Rattenbury said that h:  as chairman of the Fire Protection  committee was. in sympathy with Aid.  Sutherland's remarks and would be  pleased to support a resolution ��� to  that effect.  Accordingly on tho motion of Alderman, seconded by Alderman Taylor a  grant of $100 was made to the Fire  Brigade in appreciation of the excellent service furnished during 1914.  .tlnevniun Adams reported that he  had taken up with the power bout  engineer the complaint oi the brigade  regarding the weakness of the sound  of the fire syren on several occasions  lately. The engineer had given as l.ia  opinion that the trouble had been due  to atmospheric conditions as the syren was in perfect condition.  Alderman Sutherland reported tbat  tho C.P.R., had under consideration  the construction of a light houso  Manhattan Beach and would like la,  know the rate of the laity's alcc-  tricitv for that nurposo. The aun'-i!  decided to give them the power rule  for oleotricity used in connection therewith.  Referring to the relief work which  had been started by the oity, the Mny  or stated that if thit work was to i>,  continued to the end nf February it  would be essential that i lo-.u of  $1000 be raited by tome means. Several persons had been -*-mroached in reference to such a loan, gnal ono oerson  had offered to lend $1000 to the city  for eight months with interest at the  rate of 10 per cent., per annum.  After giving the matter due consid  oration the council decided that it  would he advisable to consult the city  solicitor as to tbe best method of negotiating a loan, and also to endeavor  to obtain funds at a lower rate of  interest,  Mr. A. Bornais renewed his applies'  tion for assistance to oonstruot u retaining wall along the bank of thu  creek whero his property was threatened bv the action of the water. He suggested that in the event of tho coun  cil being unable to' assist him in any  other way, exemption of hit property  from taxation lor fivo years would be  acceptable to him. He also requested  that the council open the lane at the  rear of hia lot aa at present it was  necessary ior him to drive over private  property in order to deliver materials  for tho building of hit house.  His Worship replied that tbo council  had decided to take no action in reference lo the retaining wall, but Mr.  Bornais waa at liberty to renew bis  application before the new oounoil. As  to opening tbe lane the only work the  council could undertake at present was  to lav a plank orosting over the sidewalk at the EK avenue entrance to  thi, lane, and tho Board of Works was  instructed to see to this.  Resolutions were passed fixing tho  time for re-nomination of Mayor, Al-  hermen and School Trustees lor Monday, January 11th from 12 o'clock  noon to 2 p.m., in tho council chamber, and ntillin r il necessary for Thursday. January nth, between 0 a.m.,  and 7 p.m.  The correspondence inoluded a letter  from the secretary of the British Columbia Active Service Emergenov Fund  suggesting thao the Mayor form a  branch of the fund in Kelowna. The  clerk wat instructed In reply that owing to the oity having to provide  large amount of relief work they  would be unablo tg comply with th  suggestion.  New Law Covering  Weigiitsof Vegetables  Standard Weights Fixed for  Bushel and Bag Measures  Beginning with January ltf 15, according to new Dominion laws, a sack,  bag or package of faour men!, ra lied  oats, rolled wheat, 0r feed must have  the weight of the contents marked distinctly upon it. I'niform weights have'  also been established for the whole of  Canada for the "bushel" and for the  "bag" of vegetables of various Lin.Is.  These now regulations which are of  great interest to all agricultural Communities are contained in an amendment to the Inspection and Sale Aet,  which was passed at the last session  of parliament and came into forcj or.  'January  1st.  In section 337 of thc amended    act,  the weight of the bushel measure     ii  laid down an follows:  jed 'sqj  bushel  Artichokes    Beans     Beets    Carrots    Onions    Parsnips   Potatoes     Turnips     .")0  The weight of the standard  bug  in each case:  lbs. per  bag  Artichokes     84  Boots     75  Carrots     75  Onions  i     75  Parsnips      05  Potatoes ..'.    'JO  Turnips ,     75  Tho penalty Ior selling or olTerinr  for sale such v -gctablcs in bags nit  confairmin"- to the above standard will  be liable to a fine of $25 for the first  offence ami $50 fnr each subtei^urnt allien*.  In the abovo tables on'v thos. vegetables affecting B. C. are iriven, but  copies of the .-Vet may be obttt'ned  from T. C. O'Hara, deputy ministor of  Trade and Commerce, Ottawa  58  60  50  50  50  46  60  A Norwegian merchant captain who  hus iust returned to Copenhagen from  Gibralter, says the Hamburg-American  liner Graecia attempted to cross tbo  Atlantic flying the Nosweginn fug nod  under the name of Blni-wv'n, but she  was stopped by a British cruiser,  whloh discovered that her real nunto  hod been painted over. Tha cruiser  thereupon took the steamer ,.s >>riw  to Gibralter. The steamer oarried a  cargo of provisions for the German  warships in the Atlantic.  Opium Den Keeper Fined  ..con-.- Coy, .a Chinaman of Leon  avenue was tried before Magistrates  Weddell this moraine on charge o"  keeping an opium joint. On Tuesday  afternoon, the Police, acting under sua  picions, raided the pluce, tinri though  not finding1 any victims actually en-  "���fli'od in smoking- discovered nines, opium, ashes, scales and other paraphernalia* connected with the practice.  Mr. il. F. Burnt- prosecuted, whilo Coy  wU8 defended by Mr. E. C. Weddell. He  was fined 9100 or six months. Thc  fino was paid under protest by Coy's  local adviser who gave not iee that he  would appeal against the decision.  Mine Explosion at Fernie  A bad mine explosion, I'ut in which  onlv one life was lost occurred at I'er-  nio Saturday in the Coal Creek mines.  Just after the men had gone off  shift and beforo the new shift had  irono to work a roar wis t."nrd and  the ground seemed to lift over the  workings. Following the cxplot'on,  Mibe Inspeotor Evans, equipped with  rescuo apparatus, entered the mine,  seeking anyone who might be there.  He wat overcome bv gr.ses and died  the lollowing day. Several liuulivil  men narrowly escaped death in the  underground workings of the mine  from the mere fact of changing shifts.   a   Sir Donald Han, in Ottawa on  business connected with the militia department, made the definite statement  that tha Canadian Northern would not  nnnly to Parliament this year for additional aid. Tho only C.N.It., legislation would be a few bills to extend  tho timo for tho construction of the  branch lines in tho west, including  British Columbia, the construction ef  which must be deferred until after tho  war. Sir Donald intimated thut the  Cunadian Northern proposes to go to  tho New York money market lor  fundi.   ���   A remarkable telegram from Ovcr-  ticlt. in Belgium, states that all voung  Belgians available f0r 1915 ���nd 1916  levies have been ordered by the Germans to pretent themselves at the  town hall lor enrollment in .ho German army. Commenting a-n this the  Amsterdam Telegraf says il hat received the telegram from a reliable  source, but as forced enrollment of  llelgiant in the Gorman army is absolutely against precedent it publishes  tho statement with all reserve.  In the vear 1685, only 22rt vears ago  all Kna'land had a Population of'only,  5.000.000.  So many preeente for thc snlallors  at the front are being' received that  tho transportation department of the  French armv it virtually ovorwheloeal  lor the time being. The gifts of private persons inolude 1,400.000 gallons  ol wine from the dtnartment ol flor-  aalt alone, while the Angott region  nave 130,000 gallons-  IMPORTANT FHENCH COMMANDER  General Berlin, who is General Joffre's right hand man and an important factor in the control of the Fundi forces.  Items from Ellison  On Tuesday last a large natty of  friends, some coming from far distant  South Oktinagan Mission, invaded the  peaceful homestead of our respected  neighbor, Mr. Hereron aod sjxnt the  evening in the good old fashioned  style. After passing tho evening in  Song, story gnd dancing, the merrymakers accorded their ponial host a  hearty vote of thanks along with the  best compliments of the season tinl  wended their wav homeward under the  hrii/lii moonlight, just in time to ���,oni-  mence their next dav's labors.  On New Years Da-* a few hatehclors  assembled nt the Woodlawn homo of-  Mr. G, Weedon, ��nd spent the first  day t>f the new year in festivity    and  iov.  ��� *  A social evening was held in the  school house on Wednesday, tbe 31.-th  of December, under the auspices of the  Whelan Methodist church. Quite a  largo number of vounir lolks attended  and spent the evening in the usual  Christmas fashion- Towards the close  of tho proeeedine's refreshments were  handed round, after which "Auld Loti"  Syne" was sung and everyone went  home well satisfied with the evening's  entertainment.  ��� #  A peleef party of friends ,*ath-M-ed  together bv that energetic organizor  of sori.il functions (Mrs. Lon-r) assembled at lhe home of Mr. ami Mrs.  J. J, Carney, on Monday night last,  when �� very pleasant evening WeJ  spent, the musical "--.rUon of the pr0-  i-rum, consist ini: of pianoforte solos.  violin ami pianofortes, duets nnd solos, contribute*:! bv Miss W. Lang,  Miss M. Conroy, Mr. Martin Conroy,  Mr. P, DeCaouoray and Mr. fi. Whi't-  aker being the chief feature of the  evening.  Mr. .1. J, Carnev. ir., left for Flagstone on New Years Dav to resume  his    duties us teacher in  the     public  school at  that place.  ��� *  Miss \. Hereron returned to Kdnum  ton on Monday Inst to resume     hni  studies  iu  the  metropolis  of  the  north.  far  A pretty podding took "laeo on  Thursday evening last at the homo of  Mr. and Mrs. McCurdy, when Miss  Man' Adelig Mefiill and Mr. .Iiick  Harris were united in marriage. The  bride who was dressed in pale pink  sjlk and carryin carnations, was attended by hor sister, Mrs. C, Fowler.  Mr. F. Pedlar acted as best man. At  the conclusion of tho ceremony, which  was performed by tho Rev. J, C. Switzer the guests were entertained to  luncheon, the tnbles beim- tastofully  dooorated with carnations. Tho hnppy  ���ouple will reside in Kelowna.  A Heme despatch says tho <Yoth  sentence of Private William Lonsdale, a British prisoner of w*r, con-  lemned at DoberU, fiermanv will not  be earned out, but that it was h ssrd  with the object of terrifying ihe prfl-  ���ors of war who, according to the  Germans, are not verv anvnithlo.  Thousands or men are employed at  eight cents an hour to dig tr-nebes  w.i-st and south of Antwerp sr^ervised  bv Gorman engineers. All approaches  to Antwerp have been mined. \ silver  smelting works has boon Convened into a depot for tho incineration of German dead, which are hrou/ht in. at  night bound together in twos and  threes. Fear of British twin hsl be*  oome a mania, and Patrols are b'dor-  ed to detain all m-dest rians who appear to bo British.  Six Canadians Receive  New Year Honors  Knighthood Given to Acting  High Commissioner  Six Canadians have been Knighted  in the now years honors.  Hon Q. II. Perley, acting High Commissioner for Canada, and Hon llil-  iord Sifton are made knights commander ol .St. Michael and St. George,  while the list ol Knights Bachelor contains tho names ol Hon. Francois Savior Lemieux, acting chid justice ol  tho Superior Court of the l'rovm  Quebec.  Herbert S. Holt of Montreal, president of the Koyal Bank.  Cnptain Clivo 0. L. Phillippe-Woollev  of Viotoria.  William Price, Quebec.  Mr. Harmar Greenwood, M.l'., lor  Sunderland, is made a baronet.  The Order ol C. M. G., is conferred  on Geo. J. J. Desbarats, denuty minister and controller al naval service,  ('lan-'laa. and Surgeon-Maior-General  Eugene Fitet, M.D., D.S.O., deputy  minister ol militia and defend:, a ,.  nda.  Among other distinguished men,  not Canadians, to be knighted are  Henry John Newbolt. barrister and  author, and Frank Watson Dyson,  astronomer-royal sinco 1910.  No new- peers aro created, but the  ICarl ol Aberdeen, lord l.icutcnsnt ol  Ireland and formorlv GovemonGener-  al of Canada, is raised to the rank ol  Marquis and Viscount St. Aldwyn  (bolter known as Sir Michael Hioks  Beach*, is made an carl.  The Order ol tho Garter is conlerred  on thc Karl ol Derby and tbe I'arl  of Chesterfield, whin the order ol the  Thistle, is bestowed on Lord I.ovat.  Mr. Arthur Henderson, Labor leader and M.l'.. lor the Barnard Cattle  division of Durham, is a*wointed a  l'riw Councillor.   a  A cidor anal vinegar industry is lo  bo established at Vernon.  Kleven bulow zeio is the record  cold dip for Grand Forks so lar  this winter.  Tompornnce advatoatee in Penticton  are suiting on loot a movement to  circulate a petition calling for a tcm-  iiiTiince vote under the provision! oi  The Cnnnda Temperance Act, better  known as Scott Act.  Vornon ratepayers' Allocation Passed a resolution favoring (he issuing ol  tramsury bonds, ns more easily handled and lets liable lo lead to error  than tho sinking lund sytt in, gnd that  such could be sohl locally.  More than !26.<MIO,000 have been  spent in British Columbia in 1914 in  railway Construction, aoeording to an  announcement recently by Sir Biohurd  MoBride. On the ('nnadi-n Northern  thc expenditure was $8,195,000; on  the Pacific Great Kastern, S13.8Sn.0lt0  nnd on lho Kettle Valley. (5,000,000.  Xinolcan-fifteon will be a uood luck  vear. It is written in the start, according to thc lore ol astrologers, Jupiter, "superior planet" ol r-enefioenee.  will be in the ascendent atnd atead'lv  displace the evil inf'tii'itoe .,1 Patt rn.  Ronslanal maintains the lend as tho  most, active and prospermia m ning  camp in tho province todnv. with a  production of about 35,000 tons a  month or about 1000 tons a month  moro than the average-monthly production lor the earlu nut ,,f the vear.  The largett shinner is tpc Centre Star  Groiin: and it is closely run bv the  Le Hoi. Pi0E TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 19TJ  KELOWNK RECORD  PaWlthtd .rnrnj TtaMetay i  JOHN IEATMLIT  Wi tar tat) Pnprtttor  NO ALUM  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  SI.10   par   yaar;   75c.   all   months. United  ���states to oanta additional.  All eaibseriDtione parable ia aalvataoe  ADVEltTISINQ RATES  I.UfiOE .NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC,. 2J oaata ear column Inch Mr wwk.  LAID AND TIMBER N0TICE9-30 dan, IS-  09 daya IT.  WATER NOTICES-IB Ior live laaaartiona.  I.EQAL ADVERTISINQ-Fltst   inaertion.   12  eents car Una: each subsequent inaertion. B  cant, per line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 cent.  ear aierd lirat insertion. 1 cent per word  eaea auntsguent insertion.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Tiro Inoliea  aod under. 00 centa n��r inch tint inaenia,n  aver two inches 40 a*tats nor inch lirat inaartion:   20 cents oer inch each eubeeaaienl  AU chaoses in contract advertisements nmnt  ba in the handa ol tbe nriuter by Tuesdav  evenioff to   eaaura   publication   in   the   next  Probable Price of Peace  One of thc greatest military a*.  thorities in England, and a member of  the Privy Council, hus contributed to  the Century Magazine a forecast of  what the Allies will demand as tho  price of peace. Since it iB in line  with all other forccusts that we have  read it's interesting as showing that  in thc British Empire at least there-  is practical ununimitv as to the teima.  that will be offered. The item that has  provoked most discussion, nnd that is  in most doubt, is thu fate ol the Kaiser. There is a universal belief that  he is chiefly responsible for the war,  and probably the German People know  bettor than anyone else who rules  their country. In victory the greatest  honorB would be accorded thc Kaiser.  In defeat the deepest disgrace will he  his. The writer ol the Century i.rticlc  says that the German Royal family  will be iooked upon after the war  as was the family of Napoleon HI,  when the French nation 'Vjis overwhelmed by the military illsiislere of  1870. Should the Kni-aer survive gll  vicissitudes the probability seems that  he nnd his family will be exiled from  Germany.  But before the terms of peace ure  agreed upon, it is believed thnt Germany's internal political conditions  are likely to exert a pressure hardly  loss strong thnn the military pressure  of her enemies. This is likely to toko  one of two forms. Either I here will  be a Socialist movement in favor of  founding a Gcrmnn republic, a movement thut would likely be resisted bv  thc present ruling classes with all thoir  remaining strength, or there will be  a movement to resolve the German  confederncy into its original parts,  some of which may continue as  monarchies, and some resolving themselves into republics. Probably the  victorious Allies would have something to Bay on this point, having re-  gord to their luture safety, and would  insist upon the present empire under-  aroing the change that promises most  lor thc peace of the world. Whatever  change is made the most that the  Kaiser could hone for, should he ob*  cape banishment, would be the title of  King of Prussia. It is impossible to  ooncolvo him in the role of President  of Germany.  Britain Docs Not Want Colonies  That Alsace and Lorraine will bo  restored to France is taken ior grnnt-  ed, nnd that France also will want  roturned with interest tho 81,D0O,0lK)..  000 that was exacted ot her in 1ST1  mav also be assumed. The indemnity  will be a huge one, but the Privy  Councillor does not think it will be as  large as the Allies might wish, for thc  simple reason that none of them will  want to bankrupt Germany. In liict,  she must be left solvent in older  that their own trade will not sutler,  and in order that their own security  may be maintained, which is an argument used by Mr. Norman Angcll.  Germany's colonial empire will nlso  pass awav but the writer says that  Britain has enough colonics and  should content herself with Togoland,  leaving Russia nnd Frnneo tn alivide  up the others. He neglects to say,  however, that u strip of German East  Africa is very neoessary to Great  Britain if the Capo-to-Cairo railroad  Is to be an "all-red" line.  What Belgium Will Receive  Denmark is likely to expect the return ol ner lost province oi Schleswig-  Holstein as a reward for hor neutral  ity. Servia will get Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Italy will also help herself ' to the Irrcdontn, which formed  part of the old Yenolinn Empire, and  wns filched by the Hnpsburgs. What  will be done for the greatest sufferer  of all, heroic little Belgium? There  can be no doubt that Belgium can  have anything she asks for; but  orobably she will content herself with  a money indemnity. Territory is ol  littlo use to her, anl, besides, the  world now understands pretty well the  utter folly ol handing over to Belgium, for instnnco a territory inhabited and owned bv indiviilun, Germans.  Europe is not likely to make ai;ain  the great mistake that Germany mnde  whon Bhe took Alsace Lorrnin* to lie a  thorn in her flesh.  Disarming Gormnny  Turkey will be bundled baa anal  baggage out of Europe, and probably  Russia will be able to file the strongest claims upon Constantinople,' or it  might be that the remaining Turkish  empire in Europe would be attached  to some Balkan state in sympathy  with Russia, so that if she did not  actually get Constantinople she would  be thc commanding influence there  Roumania whether she remains neutral  or enters the war with the Allies, is  certain to be enriched at the expense  of Austria when tht'day of reokon'n,  comes. Should she draw the sword  against Austria she will also receive a  former Roumanian province from Russia. Tho writer believes that tho Allies will not bo satisfied with merely  changing the man ol Eurnne. They  will demand hostages for Germany's  future good conduct. Thoy will insist  that tho Gorman army be greatly re-  aliiced, and that if anv ships survive  thev also shall be cut down so that  never again can thoy threaten British  interests. Austria, loo, will have to  scale down her army so that onlv  ?nough remains to defend her ncuinst  Slav aggression. The victorious Allies, finally, will come to some undor-  standinrr anion', themselves to limit  armament so that somo of the a,i"an-  tic sums that now go for military  purposes may be diverted into channels of social reform.  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd  Arc now compl��t��ly equipped to supply all  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and  coast  ROU HAND FINISHING LUMBER  ol liif h-giade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND  WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  The Store of Plenty]  Begin the New Year Right bt,  Ordering Your Groceries frot  OXLEY  Our stock is of the Highest Quality;  Our Prices are Lowest;  and���  We guarantee Satisfaction  Some Cash Specials for Saturday]  Choice Eggs        - - doz. 35c|  Corn Flakes - - pkg. I OcJ  I -   lb. 40c  -   tin 25(  Choice Prunes, new stock  2 lb. 25 c]  Pure Jam, 5-lb. tins -   tin 75(  New Zealand Butter  Not New South Wales  Sodas, in tins  Don't Forget���We give 5 per cent. Discount on  Monthly Accounts  Let Us Have Your Orders  THE STORE OFi  PHONE 35  PHONE 35  STOCK-TAKING SALE  OF HARDWARE  A Big Two-Weeks' Sale, commencing Tuesday, January, 5th  and ending Saturday, January, 16th  EVERYTHING IN THE STORE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES  Heating Stoves, Rifles Heavy Hardware. Brushes  Aluminum Ware, Silkstone        Shelf Hardware, Cutlery  Paints and Oils, Tinware Alabastine,   Varnishes ;  Cook Stoves, Graniteware Skates, Tools, Sleighs  Everything marked in plain figures. No inflation of prices in order to show big reductions.  This is the time to buy your Spring Hardware and save some money  The Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ld. ���{:������; **�����;.  ���P  ��������  TBUBSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1��15..  KELOWNA  BECOKD  *���   PROFESSIONAL AND   ��  **      SUSINESS CARDS    ;*���  BURNS & TEMPLE  Solicitora,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA, EC  -ilTi'Tiir  R. B. KERR  Banister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA. B.C  WEDDELL & GHIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Wlllit'a Block'  ���   Keloio.ia, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member of the B.C. Societja of Architect.  Architect  Kalowna, B.C.  P.O.Box. 509  ARTHUR P, PELTON  ARCHITECT  P.O. box 531  Phone 4602  Kelowaa, B.C.  C. Harver. BA, Sc, CE, D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY.  QVIL ENGINEER and  LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD TOD BOYD  haa resumed hie teaching claeaea and will  teceive pupila aa before in hia atudio-  Trench Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR,  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cioll and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Survey, and Reports ee Irriaatton Worka  Application, for Water Lketaaea  KELOWNA. B.C.  H. C.ROWLEY F.REYNOLDS  XW.lM.C.E..A.M.Can.Soc.CE.       B.CLS.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers snd Lend Surceuors  Water Supply, uiiaaliora. Subdiviaioraa. tec  , -     ,     bi   l PO. Box 261  < 3, Crawley Block Phone 131  Dr. J*W. Nelson Sheptierd  DENTIST  P. 0. Box IM 'Paoaa ta  Comer Peneozi Street and  ��� Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR a BUILDER  Plan* and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  >  ings,Town and Country Residences  j JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. fa. THAYER, D.V.S.  VBTERINARV SURGEON  , (Grad��ateMcGIIIUnlyer��ty)  Residence): GLENN AVENUE  Meseages may be  left at the office oi  .     Meeara. Rattenbury At Williama  Giving Up  Business  \/\Y complete stock, consisting  m of Millinery, Hats, Trimming*, Featherst Flowers, Fancy.  Work, Ribbons, etc., the latest  creations and confections of New  York snd Paris, valued at $4000  will be sacrificed for Cash regardless of cost.  This is a Genuine Sale, a* 1  am GIVING UP BUSINESS, and  the stock must be sold.  The following is a sample of  the Bargain Pricea:-  UNTRIMMED SHAPES; $2.50  to $3.00 reduced to 50c  TRIMMED   HATS,  $5.00  to  $7.50. reduced to $2.50  $8 to $10, reduced to $4.50  $12 to $15, reduced to $8.50  Mrs. D. H. Rattenbury  (nee Miss Hartin)  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIMNt.  REGULATIONS  Coal mining right* oi (ha Dominion  in Manitoba, Saekatohewan and Alberta, th* Yukon Territory, tha A'oilii-  weat Territories, and in a portion ol  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leaaed for a term oi iwoiiv-one  years at an annual rental of $1 an  aore. Not more than 2,600 acres  will be leased to one applioant.  Applications for th* lease muat be  made by tb* applicant in person to  the Arrant or Sub-Arrant of the district  in whioh the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be desoribed by sections, or legal sub  division* of sections, and in uniurvey-  ed territory tha tract applied ior  shall be staked out by the applioant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of tfi whieh will be  refunded it th* rights applied for  un not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty ahall be paid on the merchantable output of tha mine at the  rate ol five osnts per ton.  The person operating th* min* ahall  furnish th* agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  marobantabl* ooal mined and pay th*  royalty thereon. If tbe ooal mining  right* ar* not being operated, snob  return* shall be furnished at least  one* a vear.  Tb* leeao will include the ooal min  ing rights only, but th* lease* may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available 101100* right* may be con  sidered neoessary (or th* working of  the min* at tb* rot* ol $10 on acre,  For fall information annlioation  should bs mode to th* secretary of  th* Department of the Interior, Ot-  taara, or to the Agent or Sub-Ag*ut  of Dominion loads.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of ths Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  thii edvertiaement will not be paid for.  of War News  1'he Hudson's Bay Compani has  been   appointed   purchasing aucnt   in  Canada for the French .government.  e   e   a  French aviators drowned bombs in  the vicinity of Brussels Saturday,  partly destroying a Zeppelin shed under   construction, aod killing several  soldiers.  a   .���   a  A member of the Empress of Japan's compliment declare* that Americans at Manila are breaking neutrality  by helping German ships to e*�� away  with supplies.  ��� ��� .  Investigations made reoently aro  said to have disclased the fact that  l.ody, the German spy who was executed in the Tower of London , about  n month ago, was a resident of Vancouver for a year previous to trans  ferring bis activities to Eur<-"e.  . . ���  The London Stock Exchange re-opened lor business again after having  been closed on account of tbe war  since July 30. Several restrictions  were plaoed upon trading in order to  .prevent anvthir- approaching" panic  selling or the unloading of securities  by hostile countries. .   .  . . . .       ^  President Poinoare in a New Yearn-  address to the dinlom->tic cnr"S said  he bad no doubt that "next vear at  this trnditional reception we shall celebrate together the establishment of a  heneficient peace wUcn nbrorute)" ^ea  ed on rectitude and reBpect for international treaties, will give necessary  security to the nations."  e   *   .  An Amsterdam correspondent says he  learns that the condition of Emperor  William, ol Germany, who recently was  reported as having recovered from an  illness, is worse than is generally sup-  nosed. The correspondent says he is"  informed that sooner or later tho Em-  poror must return to Berlin for an  operation on his throat, but is deferring the trip because he is (anxious  to return onlv after having secured a  crushing victory.  ...  The persevering steps which have  been taken to bring about an understanding between the Christian Balkan states, and with the idea of 'securing the neutrality of Bulgaria, apparently have not met with complete  success, according to despatches received in London from th* Near Eastern capitals and Greece, Servia anal  Roumania are preparing for eventualities.  .  . .  A hint that the British government  contemplated tbe introduction of conscription for increasing the atmy and  navy was dropped by Dr. Thomas  Macnamara, parliamentary secretary  of the admiralty, while speaking, at the  Browning Settlement recently. Referring to the fast that there were thousands of voung men in,the I'uited  Kingdom without dependent* who had  not answered the call to the colors,  Dr. Macnamara said: "If they IhV  they are going to enjoy a life of freedom at the other fellow's expense  they won't enjoy it much longer."  ��� . ..  In the oa**' of the calling of Aus  tria's last reserves, medical examinations appear to have been dispensed  with and every man is considered fit  for service although he may be suffering from beart or kidkey disease or  even have weak lungs. Highly signifi  cant is the following passage from  army order* from the Auatrian monarchy calling out the landstrum: "Fur  thermore, when those reoogniaad as fit  for military servioe actually job tho  ranks, they must bring with them a  bowl from which to eat their food  and a knife, fork and a spoon, stout  well-fittint?. comfortable boots, warm  clothing for winter equipment, and if  possible a blanket." Thia looks as if  thc Austrian war office was n�� longer  in a position to afford to equip the  soldiers adequately and therefore  throws upon them the duty of equip  ping themselves. .  BETTER LIGHT  It LESS EXPENSE tnm OOAL  (I  THIS wonderful new incandescent rnantle lamp gives  more than ten times as much light as the common  coal oil lamp. At the same time it burns less than  half as much oil asrthe old style open flame, center  draught lamps. Beaisetectric,gasolineora��tylene. Tbe  ���   Aladdin  Hanging Lamp  is equipped with ths sdjuitable aKenolon cMraneyand baffle generator  which make It ths most ��U��%lnc.r��tfc*r*jt mantle oil lampi ever  made. For evening reading; writing or sewing there is no light that  csn%npsnTwltnthe powerful, steady white light of the Aladdin.  Sale, durable sod ecortojrdcsl, beautiful in detJgn, no noise, no odor.  Women snd children cSh operate It You curt sppreciate the great  difference between the light of thi* lamp and the common coal oil lamp  ���til you see it Itta-ssUt&goodqus-UUesoltl^^  with the advsntage of being as simple M the ordinsry coal oil lamp.  Lat Ua Demonstrate It To You  You'll never wsat to go back to ths dtagy, rsMtaiv ttdwlM  light of your old style lamp*. You can hsvs thsmost cheerful  sad best lighted home injrour neighborhood bygating an Aladdin  Mantle Hanging Lamp.  n your i  There  ss table Ismps, bracket lamps, stc  srs slso other  t styles such  P.O. Box 379  JAMES & TRENWITH  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  ���  KELOWNA, B.C.  187  Atelegrani reeeived^v Beater's from  Pretoria says: "It is officially announced that tho arovcrnment intends  to commandeer men for service in  German Southwest Africa and in the  Union of South Africa, as the union,  cannot be defended by depending on  the volunteer recruits. As a reason  ior this action it is pointed out that  Lieut.-Col. Maritz who escaped . to  German Southwest Africa with a fow  hundred rebels, is now attempting to  return with German reinforcements,  armed with field guns and rifles, to  stir up the rebellion afresh and rrose-.  cute it more effectively.:'  ...  Germany is putting forth Herculean  efforts to cause publio. opinion in tho  United States with reference to the  war, to veer in its favor. Numerous  lecturers specially chosen from the German universities are understood to I  touring the United States delivepinar  lectures for the purpose of influencing  publio opinion. Numerous periodicals  in the form of daily or weekly publications are being scattered broadcast  throughout tne land plybjg -the publio with specious articles adroitly presenting information and arguments designed to gain favor for the Jermnn  oause.  ...  The blowing up of the battleship  Messudieh by a British submarine  made a great impression in Constantinople, as it was considered that the  Dardanelles ' were inaccessible. On account of this fact the commanders of  the forts and of a torpedo-boat destroyer have been held responsible. On  the third day after the disaster a  special court martial, presided over by  high Turkish and German officers was  held to try twenty Turks at.,, ten  Germans. Throe were condemned to  death, it being held that they had  shbwn neglect. Less severe sentences  were passed on seventeen others  among them some Germans.  .   e   .  A German airman paid a visit to  Dunkirk during Christmas week but  he dropped no bombs, only peaceful  Christmas greetings. The hazardous  trip from the German lines was undertaken at the request of a Prussian  colonel, who wanted to know where  his son, killed at Soissons, was buried, and the parcel of letters and cards  which the aviator dropped into the  prinoinal Bquare of the oity contained  letter asking for this information,  together with letters from several  Frenoh airmen, prisoners in thch���mls  of the Germans. . The. cards were signed by the aviator himself and bore  thc conventional greetings of the season, together witn a message that he  had been led to undertake tho mission  hv his admiration for the gallantry of  tho captured French airmen.  ���<m 'WSjl*  We have what you want in  Common and Finish  ... * q  Doors Windows Shingles*  Prices right       Delivery prompt '   .  atisfaction' guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company. Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing.Directoi-  P.O. Box 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Pl��nt\   Specification!    and    Esti ma fa*  Fur milled  We Have Funds to Invest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd*  Our FIRST SALE Begins  SATURDAY  Balance of our Winter Stock to be Cleared  Below are shown a few of the lines we are offering, but there are innumerable   other bargains    Dress Materials  Melton. Cloth,  in  Navy, Green  and  Grey, 40-in. wide  20c jd.  Priestley'�� Coating Serge,  in   Navy,  Brown and Red (all-wool), 42-in.  48c yd.  Mixed Tweed*, 56-in 65c yd.  Corduroy Velvet, in Navy and Saxe  colour*, 28-in 40c yd.  Silks  Large assortment of Fancy Sillta, $1.25 and  to $1.50 per yard, for    95c  Black ot white check Silk, 36 in., per yd.. 55c  Brown ot white atripe Silk, 36 in. per yd.. 65c  Twill Silk Lining in Navy, Brown, Grer and  Cream, 36 in., per yard     45c  '       '        .1 ' i'  MILLINERY  All   our trimmed and untrimmed hats will he  sold at Less than Half Price.  Special line of trimmed Felt Hata which hav* not been in the atore for more than 3 weeks  $1,25  Uetial pricea from $3 to $4.50.  Sweater Coats  AU wool and wool mixture Sweater Coata,  Regalar pricea from $2.25 to $3.25 for $ 1,65  Theee include Grey, Brown, Navy, Helio. and  White Children'a Sweater Coata in email  aiiaa to aell at      65c  Waists       ;��*  Large assortment of Waiats to sell at. .   75c  Pretty Crape de Chene Waiats in all colore w itla  White Organdie Collate    $3.25  Engliah Silk Waehing Blouse*, uausally aolj  at $2.95 for     $175:  Ladies' & Children's Coats  W* ahall  Children*  sell all our Ladies' ct Cahild ren'e coata at Half frit*  a White and Colored Bear Coats at Half Price '  Blankets  Special line thick Crey Blanket... $ 1.95 pr.  58 in. a 78 in. a   .,  Heavy Mixture blanket.. 60 x 78.. $2.65 pr.  All wool white blarrketa. 64 .84.. $3.75 pr  Smaller siia, 60 a 80 $2.7*5 pr.  Heavy White blankets, all wool, 64 x-82  Regular price $7.25 pair for $5.50 pr.  r-r  Comforters  or EIDERDOWNS  thintiComf, heavily filled, lull aire. $1.95  Paire DownComfortere,60x72, eaeh    $3.75  Good Sateen Covered Comfortere,  Regular $9.25 far.. .*'.' $7.25  Silk Covered Comforter!, lull efWv  Regular $14.50 for..;;.: :.:rT10.75  JERMAN HUNT  m  y  .  J-^J-fa*-- KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, JANUARY 7,. 1915-  ^^mmmm���m������a���������^  ���3  it  a  ���*zJS-e  1?     0) .  a j ��"��  3      --  du ��  6 .3 s tl I  Setae. THURSDAY, .JANUARY 7, 1915  KELOWNA   RECORD  TAOrnXntM .;r?**:-'-S **��*r*-:��? w~. v ����� :. a., ;   .   ,if,  .. ;'i..^ -  f AGB SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, MB  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (Incorporated 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are now taking orders for  . all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blackemithiog done.      Weighbridge.     Oats crtished.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Apples, &c, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5 j   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS i  Head Office :  9 to 12;   1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office:  9 to 12;   I to 5.30, exceptiaag Thursday, closing at 12 noon.  P.O. BOX 274  Belgo-Canadian Block  PHONE 5  IT'S ALL OVER!  The rush and bustle of Christmas  and New Year Shopping.  We offer  here a few Cash Prices in staple  groceries to stimulate trade  2-lb. cream soda Biscuits 25c  2 cans Peas  25c  2*Cans Corn  25c  3 cans String Beans   25c  2 3-lb. tins Tomatoe* ... 25c  Onions, Carrots, Turnips  Beets and Parsnips  12 lbs. for  25c  2-lbs. Fresh Ginger Snaps 25c  New home-made preserves- Raspberries.Slraw-  berries, Peaches, Plums  aStc, per quart sealer... 35c  Wagstaff's Jams���Strawberry and Rasp., pail.. 90c  Good Cookg. Apples.box 50c  Choice white mealy Potatoes, per sack... $1.25  It Pays to Buy for Cash at  D. D. CAMPBELL  Phone Three Oh!  Phone Three Oh I  f.  I  udlow's Meat Market  Moved to New Premises  j We beg to announce that we have   moved  "       from Water Street into  Bernard  Avenue,  Opposite  the Post Office, having rented the West half of the  Kelowna Grocery Co.'s Store  The Grocery Business is still being continued by Mr.  W. J. Edward* in the East Half of the store which is  large  enough  at  pressnt  for  both our needs.  See Our Windows this Week  -T-  f  $  RTailori  J  ing  R. Mathie, Pendozi Street,  ^bas a choice selection of Gents'  Suits and Overcoats in latest styles  ���' Sole agent for Semi-Ready limited  , Stock.offered at Special Sale Price* for December.  B:atdea the lowest cut prices a good fit is  guaranteed.  Call aod inspect..''   '  (Stor* opposite the Kelowna Furniture Co., Pendozi Street.)  ���i..     .a*.  ���    - r      - ��� ���.  ������' l.:T.:.'*���.  1   -  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  Sir. ltobt. KhreL left on Tuesday Ior  Portland, Oregon.  Mr. E. Hoy, who spent .New Years  at his home at the coast roturned to  the oity Tuesday.  ��� ���>   ��  Tho Woman's Christian Temperance  Union will meet ut the homo of   Mrs.  (Juris on Tuesday, Jan. 12th ;t 3 p.m.  ��� ���   *  The annual mooting of tho Kelowna  Farmers' institute will bo held next  Saturday week. January 10th in Ilay-  mer's small hall at 2 p.m.  ��� *   ��  The ratepayers annual public meeting  is to tuke    placo    tomorrow  (Ifriday)  night in tho opei'u house at 8 o'olook.  ��� ���   *  Mrs. Finch is at present visiting in  Kamloops whero her husband is stationed with tho K.M.H.  ��� #   ���  Tho Country Girl's Hospital Aid will  meet at the home of Mrs. (��us    Moon,  ou Saturday, Jan. 9th at 3 o'olock.  ��� *  ���  Provincial Constable McDonald paid  u visit to Kamloops this week, bavin* ���  taken un Indian prisoner sentenced to  two months thero.  Mr. A. M. Dalgleish returned from  a visit to lhe coast on Monday afternoon.  ��� ��- ff  Messrs. Wm., Uladie und Keg. Fuller  left on Monday morning's boat for  New Westminster whoro they will take  up studies at Columbian College.  ��   ��   #  Mr. Ben Smith, for some time connected with the clerical staff of the  McKenzie Co., left on Tuesday for his  home  at Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ives returned to  tho city on Saturday after o brief  honeymoon. Thev will remain in the  citv a short time before to leaving for  Armstrong where they will make theii  home for tho present.  ��   ��   ���>  Bev. Jus. Wood, of Armstrong, lute  pastor of Wesley ohuroh, Vi^jria will  preach both morning ,,nd evening in  (he Methodist church on Sunday while  Key. .). C. Switzer will conduct Missionary Anniversary services at Armstrong.  ...  We ore in receipt of the following:  Mr. Editor,��� Your lady friends notice your wrongfully, stating last week  I hat "the motion was lost" at the  meeting of the Kelowna Debating Society, when the resolution was "That  Woman should have the vote." Ke-  lowna is not so for Iwhind tho times!  Thev Would like to forgive vou if you  will kindly moke correction by mentioning the fact that tho affirmative  IKon by 2fi to 10 votes.���One of them.  The Greenhouses  RICHTER STREET  Between the Presbyterian andEnilUh churchei  Cut Flowers for  the New Year  Carnations, $1 per doz.  Chrysanthemums, 50c per doz.  Violets, 25c per doz. Stevin, 50c per doz.  Pot Plants  for New Year Gifts  Primula,   Cyclamen,    Ferns,    Palms*  Arum Lilies  FloweriDg Bulb* Hyacinths, Daffodils  fltc.  Agents for Coldstream At B.C. Nurseries  Orders taken for shrubs and trees  Palmer & Rogerson  Phone 68 Box 117  January Clearing  * SALE  and General Relief  The General Relief Sale has served it's purpose and now it is  necessary to clear out all the remaining, winter stock and odd  tines before the annual stock-taking. This will end the Sale, and  if you are "wise you will lay in a  stock of all the clothing you can  while pricea are low. The rapidly*  advancing cost in manufacturing  will prevent such prices being  obtainable for some years to come  20 to 25 per cent, reduc-  tions on a large proportion  of the stock   m  H. F.HICKS  PIONEER CASH CfiOTHlNG S^rE  Mr. W. B. Pease left on Tuouhay for  Uceanside, California, whero he will  remain for aome time.  Mr. W. M. Parker and family returned on Monday from a Wait     to  friends at Vernon.  ...  Mr. i'oid Johnson was a business  visitor to Penticton on Monday, returning Tuesday morning.  ...  Tho ladies of the Benevolent Society  wish to sincerely thank all those who  so liberally contributed to their special  Christmas work.  ...  The Benevolent Society will meet   on  January 11th, at 2.30 in   the Mifiai-  hall.  Mrs. Glen Ives will receive with her  mother, Mrs. W. A. Hunter at her  home on Pendozi Btreet on Friday, 8th  ���January.  ��   ��   ���  Mr. L. V. Kogers   paid a visit     to  Penticton Mondav last to take part in  un Oddfellows' celebration there.  ��  ���  ���  Mr. F. A. Taylor went up to Sicamous Saturday to meet his brother,  0. H. Taylor who was passing through  from Viotoria on hia way to the old  country, as one ol a contingent of 100  picked men who were being sent forward to reinforce the "Princess Pats"  who are now sharing tho heavy work  at the front.  * *   ���  Much amusement was Caused among  the scholars of the public .school Wednesday by a nanny goat, whioh follow  cd them into school. Though vo longer a kid herself, she seemed to le very  anxious to be with the other 1 ids, who  we hear are revising the ohl*thyme  ubout Mary who had a little lamb.  # #   ���  There arrived in town last week end  a magnificent specimen of the bovine  species in the shape of a fine HoUteln  bull. The animal was one which had  been shipped bv the Dominion government in pursuance of their policy of  improving stock breeding throughout  the country. Ten farmers of the Kliison district have undertaken to be responsible for the care of the animal  which has been shipped in absolutely j  free. In two vears the government  will remove lhe bull and replace it  with a fresh one. Its permanent  quarters will bo at tho ranch of Mr. M.'  Hereron. The advantage to farmers  who aro endeavoring to work thoir  way into dairy and mixed farming of  having a bull of this nunKtv in the  district will at onoe be realized, for  it has already carried ofT considerable  honors, including first prizes this year  at Westminster and Victoria, and championship of the province.  HARNESS  Single and Double  Driving and Work Harness  TRUNKS  SUIT CASES  CLUB BAGS  Large stock to select from  All Repair parts for same  This department ii in charge of Mr.  W. R. Birtch, who will give you prompt  and efficient tervice  FEED  DEPARTMENT  Wheat     Flat Oats     Bran     Shorts  Whole Oats        Crushed Bone  Oyster Shell   Beef Scraps  FIVE ROSES FLOUR  W. R. Glenn & Son  Dealera in  Farm and.Orchard Implements  Pendozi street & Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  RECORD OFFICE  THE PRINTERS IN YOUR TOWN  January Sale  Everything Cut. Good-selling staple lines  Suffer Same Cut as the "Old Timers"  Iron Beds, I & one-sixteenth-in. post, brass trimmings, any size $2.95  Good quality Spring to match, any size  $2.25  Excellent quality combination Felt Mattress   $3.40  Dressing Table, three drawers, with bevel plate mirror, in any  ,          finish , $6.95  Wash Stand to match    $3.50  Good quality Tapestry Carpet '.  $5.50  I Chair and Rocker   $|.90  Total Cost of Furnishing Room $26.45  Note Prices of Highest Grade Goods  Solid oak Buffet, 48-in. top  .'.    $15:00  Solid oak Pedestal Extension Table    $14.00  Brass Beds, 2-in. posts, any size   $12.00  'Coil spring Mattress, lasts for ever   $5.75  " Restmore " felt Mattress, best quality art ticking     $6.95  Morris chairs, elm 4  $5.00  Morris chairs, solid Quartered oak�� *  $7.00  Princess Dresser, 36-in. oval bevel mirror   $14.00  Oak Couch, upholstered in brocaded velour  $} 2.00  5-drawer Chiffonier, 48-in. top                     $7.75  Kelowna Furniture Co. THUKSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915  KELOWNA  RBCOID  riuur*  For the Office End  of the Business  Wlien Office Supplies  are needed there an but  one nction to take-  come here for  them.  We handle,        *  Carbon Papers.  Typewriter Paper.  Stenographer's Note Hooks.  Legal Blanks.  Blank Books.  Columnar Books.  Loose Leaf Books.  Inks.  Mucilage.  Paste.  F.tc, Etc., Etc.  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in  five  rick lots.'  Orders may be left at the  Record Office.  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA   ::   B.C.  High-Class Tailoring  Now ia tins Uino to ttiiult  ubout your I'&ll mid \\'inter  Suit or Overcoat.  We are Practical Tailors  with higsvclais old country  Hond Street experience, and  can satisfy the moat faitidioua.  Suits to your own measure  at little more limn " ready-  made " coat. NEW PAT-  TERNS JUSr IN.  DYEING, CLEANING, PRESSING  AND REPAIRING  " MY VALET"  J. E. THRUSSELL. Prop.  Opposite Board of Trade Office, kelowtiR  jmmmmXiQntitf  Talcum Powder  ���\$ the most  refreshing  and pleasant of all tales  Ita atu��ve fragrance, coot  nan and antiseptic qualities  hav* placed it foremost  anions; tali-uma and mads it  ths favorite of many users.  Tbs hirb qui.ity of i lie lalc-iu fine-  nssa of texture and the cmtlineM  of the pf-rfume thai pives it ita frag*  rauce are not equalkii in any other  talc you can buy.  AU Druggists, a/jft tins.  Mala by 38  ���OVIKItON PBRPUMIS UMIT1D, TORONTO  )  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorless  when in  Sanjtary at  all times  Call and  inspect  them  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Oilier  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largest Studios in the Interior  Portraits lay appointment  Pendozi Street,   -   Kelowna  For Sale  Good  quality Whole Com,  for poultry or stock feed.  $2.05  per I001bs., cash  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  PHONE 29 7  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Goods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of  Leather���including Harness, Boot.  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Bells, ore.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  THOMLINSON, Harnessmaker  Phone  Next door to -3c Store  347  jftbrcl  Lower Prices on Ford Cars  E'fectivj August 1st, 1914,10 August 1st, 1915. .nd  in.arraaii -til   against  any   reduction during that time.  All cars fully equipped I.o.b. Ford, Ont.  Runabout -  Touring Car  Town Car -  $540  $590  (In ths Dominion of Canada only)  Buyers to Share in Profits  All retail buyers ol new Ford caa'a from August 1st,  IJI4, to August 1st. 1915, a.ill share in the profile of  thi company to the extent of $40 to 460 per car, on  eixh car ihw buy. PROVIDED: we sell and deliver  30,0)) new Ford en's during that period.  Ask for particulars  Ford Motor Company  OF CANADA, LIMITED.   ,3S;  BURBANK MOTOR CO.    -    -    KELOWNA, B.C.  Bowling  LOCAL BOWLERS PLAY AT  VERNON TONIGHT  Owing to the fact that some of the  representatives ol the Vernon a Bc-wliB/  team found it impossible to in iko the  trip to Kelowna toniuht as ��>t lirBt  nrranifi'd, the Kolowna team will play  at Vernon tonight und the return  match will be .played here on Thursday  night of noxt week, January 14th.  Kclowna will be represented by P.  O'Neil, J. Rossi, W. Pettigrew, H.  Treadgold and F." Purdy,  The boys left this afternoon by car  and will play at 8 o'clook. The ar'  I'ungements lor the series will be completed on their arrival in Vernon and  1 n all probability result in a five-  enma] series teing played in eaoh town  taatal pins to count to decide the winters of thc series.  ...  On Tuesday night two picked teams  pluyed a three-game series at the al-  lean to see what the team that will  represent Kelowna against Vernon to  night could do rolling together. The  scores below show that the first team,  which will in all probability be th  lino up against the northerners in tonight's contest gavo u good account  ol themselves, despite the enthusiastic  rooting and cheering, as well as good  natured roasting heaped upon them  throughout the contest by the large  crowd of spectators who were present  to see the games.  The noise during the firBt game was  at times deafening and while the players, not being used to this, doubtless  felt the offect to some extent thiv  rolled lairlv steady, and considering it  is the first time that this team have  rolled together the total oi 2497 pins  speaks well for them, and no doubt  after n few 'games their total will in-  orease considerably.  Following are the scores of the con  tests of Tuesday night:  FIRST TEAM  O'iNeil    145 158 165-468  Itossi 146 158 164-468  Pettigrew   137 143 157-437  H. Treadgold .  .  .. 218 153 141-512  Purdy 223 204 185-612  Totals  869 816 612-2497  SECOND TEAM  Hodges   114 146 235-49S.  Panton     180 164 190-534  Hoalev  149 136 127-412  B. Treadgold .  .  .. 171 131 10i*���411  Hallauer   151 123 151-425  Totalis  765  700   812-2277  Here's Good News for  Dyspeptics  Me huve good news for every pttrson  in this town who has any form ol  stomach trouble.* It is about a remedy for. indigostion and dydpcpsiu tbut  we have so much faith in as vo offer  it to vou with our personal guarantee  that if it d0es not relievo vou and  satisfy you in every way, we will re  fund tho money you paid for it without question or argument of anv kind.  You risk nothing; either Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will relieve your stomach ailments or the money vou paid  for them will bo handed back to you.  Thero is no red tape about our guar  antce. It- means just what it says  Your word is enough. II Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets don't satisfy you, the  money is yours ftnd we want vaau to  have it.  Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets soothe thc  inflamed stomach, check heartburn and  distress, stimulate a hearty soeretion  of gastric juice, aid in rapid and comfortable digestion of 'the food, and  help to apucklv restore the stomach to  a comfortable, easy-acting, hpaltny  slnte. They also aid greatly in promoting regular bowel aotion. Rexall  Dyspepsia Tablets are sold only at  tho 7.000 Rexall stores, and in this  town onlv by us. Three sizes, 25c. nnal  50c, and gl.00.  P. B. WILLITS & CO.    Bernard Av��.  - imttn  ���siwiruffitfua ���  Oja^Brittta^Traara is .^mmTunaa  Tk. Until Man. an Awrfcs'i Onrtert  0ms ton.  City of Kelowna  PUBLIC NOTICE  Box  NOMINATIONS  Mayor,    Aldermen    and   School  Trusted  Publio notion is hereby Riven to the  electors- of tho Municipality ol the  City of Kolowna, that I require the  nreaenco of the said electors at the  Council Chamber, Dei aaid Aveuuo, on  tho Eleventh day of January, L9J5, at  12 o'clock noon, for thu purpuse ol  oloctinu persons to represent them in  tho Municipal Council as Mavor end  Aldermen, nnd on the Board of fr'ohool  Trusteoe as School Trustees, three of  such Trustees to act for a term of  two years, and one for one year, be*  iiiif the balance of a term of two  vears.  The mode of nomination of Candi-  f*-tes shall be as follows:  The Candidates shall be nominated  in writim/; tho writing shall be subscribed bv two voters of the Municinalitv as proposer aud soconder, and  shall bo delivered to the Returning  officer at any time between the date  of this notice and 2 p.m., of flic- dav  of thc nomination; the said writing  mav l)o in the form numbered fivn (5)  in the Schedule of tho Municipal Elections Act, and shall state the names,  residence and occupation or description of each person proposed, in such  manner as sulticientlv to identify such  candidate; and in the event of u poll  being necessary, such poll will lw opened on tho fourteenth day of January, 1915 at thc Council Chamber,  Bernard Avenue, of which overv per  son is required to take notice and  ftovera himself accordingly.  Qualifications  for Muvnr j  Tho persons qualified to be nominat- >  od for am! elected as mayor-shall bo  such persons as aro male British siib- j  jeets of the full age of fwenty-on.  vW'S, and aro not disqualified under1  anv law, and shall have been for tho ;  six months preceding the day of nom-'  ination tho registered owner, in tho j  T.and Registry Office, of land or real1  property in tlio City of Kolownn, of  the assessed value, on tho last rovio&l  Municipal assessment roll, of One  Thousand Dollars or moro pver and j  above any i-egtaterod Judgment or  charge, and who aro otherwise quail-1  fiod as munioipal voters.  Qualifications tor Aldermen  Tho persons qualified to be uominut- j  cd for and elected as Aldermen shull  be such    persons as arc mule Uiitisn I  subjects of tho full ago of twenty-one  vears   and  arc  not  disqualified   under*  any law, and havo been for the    six i  months    noxt    preceding    the day of  nomination     tho roeistcrcd owner, in  the Land Registry Office,   of   land or  real property in the Citv of Kclowna,:  oft the assessed value, on the    last revised Municipal    assessment .-oil,     of  Five  Hundred  Dollars 0r more     over  and above anv registered Judgment or I  charge, and who are otherwise qtiuli-  fled as munioipal voters.  Qualifications for School 'trusteoe  Tho persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as School Trustees  shall bo such persons as are British  subjects of the full ago of twenty-one  vears, and aro not disqualified under j  any law, and have been for -ho six  months noxt preceding tho day of  nomination, tho registered owner, in  tho Land Registry Oflico, of laud or  real property in the Kelowna School  district, of thc assossed value, on the  last revised Municpal assessment roll,  of Five Hundred Dollars or more over  and above any registered judgment  or charge, and who are otherwise  qualified to vote nt an election of  school trustees in the Kelowna School  District,  ("liven under mv hand at Kolowna.  B.C., this thirty-first dav of Decern*  ber, 1914  G. H. DUNN.  Returning Officer.  Business  During Month  of January  and to clear the balance of all Winter  Goods before our New Spring Goods  arrive we are offering goods at ridiculous low prices, and all suitable for  Present Wear.  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Opposite the Burbank Motor Gaaaagr  Our New  Shoe-Repairing  Machinery  has just arrived, and is  now in operation. This  new equipment makes  it possible to turn out  your work  Promptly A Properly  Give us a call,  Frank Knapton  Bernard Avenue  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Lmtm KelowM ��� i.b., 3.30 p.m  Lmtn WMtbuk 9.30 Mk,4M.  Extra Service on  Wednesday* tk Saturday*  LeavM Kelowna II a.n.  Lmtm WhAm-Ic 11.SO a.m.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phon. No, 10s  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  lietirnatea Furniahed for .11 classes  of work  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Meeting, .very Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m.,  at the residence of S. M. Got., Patterson Ar.  Public invited.    Landing library.  W. B. PEASE.  PrMid.nl  S.M. GORE, Sec,  P.O. Bo* 362  BARGAINS FOR MEN  Men's Overshoes, reg. $2.50, at Si 50  Men's blizzard Rubbers, cloth top, reg. SI.50 t| JC  Men's Rubbers, in large size, reg. $ I, for  CA-  Men's High-cut Boots, reg. $5.50 and $6, for $3.95  Men's good Work Boot, reg. $4, for $2.75  Men's box calf and vici kid boot?, reg. $6.50   . _L1 SO  Large shipments will be arriving daily after a few  weeks to be sold at cash prices to please everyone.  You will find astonishing values, and bargains  in every department As  we buy and sell for cash  We Sell For Less.  Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes  Very Special for  this week:  Men's $3.50 Hockey  Boots, to clear, for  $2.25  iust In  Some Ladies'and children's Coat*  Travellers' Sample-*  One-Third  off price  Buy for CASH and thus  save your monty  Rues9 Store  Bargains for the whole Family  L: RICHMOND   -   Mngr.  -a,^-,.^.,.,^...       ....       :A.       ... i^^mm^^mm   !���'.  J' .��-���"- ' ".  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, JANTJABY 7, WIS  I WANTED! 1  Prepaid Bate.: 2 cents per word  first 'notion and 1 cent per word for  each subsequent insertion. No ad., inserted for leas than 26 oents.  AU classified advertisements must be  paid for in advanee owing to th. oust  attending the booking and charging of  small items.  Copy may be received for these ads  up to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  FOB SALE  FOR 8ALE, Lotevre estate. Now is  vour chance for a good improved  ranch, the best buy in the Okanagan  Ons hundred and forty-three acres,  all fenced, a fine creek runs tlira,ua,|t  th. property, best of land, with its  own irrigation system, in tho heart  of the Orchard district, on tho main  ronal, onlv three miles from Kolowna  mail delivered nt door every day  Must !w sold to wind up estate. Address P.O. llox 157, Kolowna, B.C.  SITUATIONS WANTED  Wanted.��� Italian family man and  wife with three children all able to  work, wants position on a futm or  ranch. Apply 1'. 0. Box 651, Kelowna. 6-9  ENGLISH GENTLEMAN would -��are-  ciate working on farm, main consideration homo comforts.     Box   F. V  Kelowna Record.  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED.���Organist and Choirmaster  for St. Michael and All Angels'  Church, Kelowna. Knowledge of Anglican music essential. Apply to  Rev, T. Greene, Rector, Kolowna.5-7  MISCELLANEOUS  FOUND.���A waterproof bag of light  brown hair combings near the Guisi-  chan ranch. Apply Record office,    x  WANTKD.-On behaK of the Directors  of the Agricultural and Horticultural Association, applications will' be  reoeived up to 6 o'clock, January 10,  1915 for the position of tccrctary of  the association. Applicants to state  salary required as well as cnnability.  Address P. 0. Box 152.  LOST.���On Vornon roaal or Harvoy  avenue, an Auto tiro nnd two rims.  Kindly return to Burbank Mota,r Co.  NOTICE  Anyone found caittin - up sawlogs  along the lake shoro will be proseout-  ed.  0. K. LUMBER CO., LTD.  5-8 Kolowna, Bf C.  Strange Cry From a Prison  Out of 1,478 persons confined in thc  eastern penitentiary of Pennsvlvanm,  1,01)3, apparently without anv instigation or influence from within or within their prison walls, signed a petition  to tho Pennsylvania legislature asking  for the passage of a state-wide prohibition law. Many of the iren volunteered to go before a legislative  Committee to tell how the saloon had  wrecked their lives. Here is an anti-  saloon argument ovorwhelm'njly Convincing.���Christian Horald.  Uo not worry; eat three square men Is  a day; Bay vour prayers; be courteous  to vour creditors; keep your di eBtio.i  good; exercise; go slow and oasv. Mav  be there are othor things your spoolal  easo required to make vou hti*  but  mv  friend,  these, I reckon,  will    pivo  vou a good lift.���Lincoln.  If you want that  Superior Finish on  your collars, Shirts,  and Spotless Linen,  bring them to the  PENTICTON  STEAM LAUNDRY  AGENT-  The Smokers' Store  J. B. WHITEHEAD    -   Prop.  Next to the Post-Office  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds oi Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  DRAINAGE AND DYKING ACT  Rutland Drainneo District.  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr.  Mathie's (over tailor shop, Pendozi  street between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturday of eaoh week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 626, Kelowna. 20tf.  Notk? is hereby anye,-; that n Court  of Revision will be held at tho Rut.  land nublio school, Kutland, B. C, at  tho hour of 1 n.m., on the 18th day  of December. 1914, for the Revision of  the Rutland Drainage Distrist Assess  ment Roll.  (Sgd.)   Allan C. Loosemore.  Ira E. Clever  Willis T. Schell.  Commissioners.  14tE November, 1914 .12-5  Its EGGS That Pay Now  And the " Barron " Strain Produces 'em  White Wyandottes & Buff Orpingtons  1 have a few Cockerels of the above breeds  (or stock birds. They are direct from the  celebrated Barron strain, of Lancashire,  England, and are of good egg-laying type  I will take a reasonable price for CASH  Also Timothy and Clover Hay for Sale  A. W. COOKE  Benvoulin  P.O. Box 663, Kelowna  Edward's Cash Grocery  Opposite the Pott Office  Edward's Grocery Bulletin for Month of January  Purity Three Star Flour.   An excellent bread maker.   98-lb $3.50  Tomatoes, Corn and Peaa 2 tine..25c  Efgo Baking Powder.   16-oz. tina  2 lot _ 35c  Lowney'a Cocoa, quarter-lb 124c  ���      half-lb 25c  Ridgway'a A D Coffee, l-lb tin..50c  Kootenay Jam ia pure. 2-lb tin...30c  Keiler'a  Strawberry  Jam.   4-lb,  tina 60c  Gray'e Raspberry Jam. 4-lb. tin..60c  Climax Jama and Jelliee. 4-lb. tin 45c  Chiver'a Jams. 3-lb. tins 75c  Tickler's Marmalade. 2-lb. glass 25c  ��, ��� 4-lb. tina..,50c  7-lb. tina ..75c  C At B. Red Currant Jelly, glasa..25c  Canned Strawberriaa, Raspberries   '  Lawtonberriea and Blueberries  per tin    15c  Bartlett Pears, Crspes and Black.  borriee, large tin    20c  St. Ivel Meats, Jar,/. 30c  Mixed and  Chow Chow Pickles,  bottle 20c  Snider's Blue Label and  Heinz  Cataup, bottle  25c  Lea At Pernne' Sauce, bottle 30c  Delmnnte Spinach, tin 20c  Royal Crown Cleanser, 3 pkgs..,25c  Pearline, 3 pkta 25c  Celluloid Starch, pkg 10c  Tar Soap, 4 pkga 25c  Shredded Wheat, pkg 15c  Poat Tavern Special, 3 pkg ......23c  Chriatie'a Graham Wafers, tin..,35c  Jello, 3 pkg 25c  Our special blend tea, worth 50c  lb, in 3.1b pkga $1  Ginger Snapa, 2 lba 25c  Preserved Ginger, per lb 25c  Molasses, 2-lb, tins 15c  Fancy  New Zealand Butter, Dt-  fiance brand, I Ib 40c  Choice Egga, per dozen   40c  Spuds, per aack  $1.50  We guarantee attention and sstisfsction to sll customsra.   Phone your  orders te 39 and they will receive our prompt attention  's Building at the  Panama Exhibition  The Canadian commissioners to the  I'ananiu-I'nci'ic International Exhibition have built und fitted the Dominion paviliam with an eyo wholly to  business. From^basomcnt to roof tho  big {100,000 structure���the largest for-  oiffn building on tho grounds���is do-  voloil to a-shibits of products and of  moda-ls and panoramas designed to fill  the visitor with tho lure of tho north.  Of ball rooms nnd club rooms, ta.  which most of tho other foreign und  stataa buildings aro largely devoted,  tha- Canadian pavilion has noho, with  tho inception of n smoking room fan-  men and a rest room for women.  Explanation aif this strictly buui-  naMs polioy is faniaad in tho fact 'tlml  ilia- building nnal its contcnU aro    of  government origin, and maintTnunce,  and designed chiefly to promote immigration and commerce.  Covoring an area of 450 bv 225  foot, the ground floor is divided into  a loggia 60 x 40 f?ot. square and tbe  offices of the commissioners. The  throe courts communicate through  numerous square arches, and tho  whole olfect of the interior is that of  a vast arcade, with cardinal and gold  prominent in tho upner decorations  nnd rustic grills, throuarh which  transparent panels can be seen depicting Canadian scenes, mostly rural,  nn all sides. To stand in any of the  eaaurts and survey tho environment is  it pleasurable experience.  f'iaakwl out of a newspaper: "Tho  procession at .ludge Orion's funeral  was'vary fine and marly two miles in  lengllt, as was tho beautiful prayer of  tho Kev. Dr. Swing of Chicago.  W. M. EDWARDS  Every step counts these Hard Times   i .   It will pay you to take a few steps on  Water Street to  get a Bargain at the '.  Second-Hand Store  I'll Guarantee   You From  10  to 50 per  cent, on every purchase you make  I have tiie most varied assortment of Household Goods ill  Kclowna. Come in and inspect the good*, it will pay you for  your trouble.    A line  of China and   Crockery always in slock  A. E. COX  SECOND-HAND STORE  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Lump  Pensylvania Egg  Pensylvania Stove  Pensylvania Nut  PER TON  $10.50  17.00  17.00  17.00  Phone  66  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W. HAUG  P.O. Box  166  Our Two Months  Cash Special Sale  has still a few weeks to run  This week let us talk about Four well known lines.  Christie's Biscuits  The Best in Canada  Regular 25c a lb.   Cash Special   20c. a lb.  Heinz Sauer Kraut  Made in Leamington, Ont.  Regular 2 lbs. (or 25c.    Cash Special 4 lbs. for 25c.  Heinz Mince  Meat  The Best Mince Meat in the World'  Reg. 25c. a lb.    Cash Special  20c. or 3 lbs. for 50c.  Okanagan Jam  In 5 lb. Pails.  Last year Okanagan Jam sold for $1 a pail. This year  the Reg.price is90c. Cash Special..., 75c. apail.  These are only a Few.    Drop in and we will show you  many more Cash Special Prices  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  Our Motto:       "Quality and Service"  Bona Fide January Clearance Sale  FOR some years past we have considered it good business to have TWO Sales each year: Midsummer  to clean up Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, &c, and any merchandise which would be out of style if kept  over; JANUARY, our Regular Clearance Sale, of all Heavy Winter Goods, and so make ready for our  new Spring Goods which commence arriving in January.    We have never put on a sale of any better  merchandise than we are now doing, and never at such reductions.   Every article in the store is cut good  and deep for only Two Weeks, from January 2nd, to January 16th, both days inclusive.  Men's Suits and  Overcoats  825.00 values for   119.00  822.50 valuea for  117.00  $20.00 values for   815.00  81(1.50 values for  812.50  813.50 valuea for 810.20  Men's Hats & Caps  85.00 valuea for   $3.76  14.50 values for   83.40  83.00 values for   82.25  81.75 values for   81.35  31.00 values lor     75c.  75o. values for      60c.  Boys' Suits and  Overcoats  815.00 values for   111.25  812.00 values for   89.00  810.00 values for 87.60  87.50 values for   85.70  86.50 values for   $4.90  $5.00 values for   $3.76  84.50 values for   83.40  Boys' Underwear  ���2.60 suits reduced to   $1.90  $2.00 suits reduoed to   81.50  $1.60 suits   reddcod   to   $1.15  $1.30 suits reduced   to   $1.00  Bedding, &c.  Pure Woo  1 Blanktes  and  Lovely  Eiderdowns  Eiderdowns  $20,00 values for  $15.00  ���  $15.00      "  ,,  11.26  a.  $10.00      "  7.50  il  $7.60      "  ,*  5.70  aa  $6.60      "  ,,  4.90  (f  $5.00     "  ���  3.76  EXTRA  Extra Specials  These will be displayed on tables:  Remnants, Gloves, Linens, Neokwear,  BootB and Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear  specials, Sweaters and anything; that  may come forward durinp our taking;  of inventory.  Furs Specially  Priced  We have some lovelv small neck pieoes  and large Huffs ai great discount.  8100.00 sets of Grey Mole   $70.00  830.00 seta of Marmot ...-  822.50  820.00 sets of Marmot   $16.00  $15.00 sets ol Marmot   $11.25  Womens Evening Gowns  and Street Silks  $40.00 Creations for    $30.00  835.00  (1                       II  27.00  $30.00  H                      1  22.50  $25.00  19.00  $20.00  ft                      SI  15.00  ���16.50  12.60  $15.00  Every ono in proportion  11.36  Wonien's and Children's  Underwear  $4.00 1  Suits and Combinations  $3.00  $3.50  ��*     u          t*  9.66  $3.00  tt     it          t  3.25  $2.00  **     tt          tt  1.60  $1.60  *t     tt          t*  .1.16  $1.26  tt     ti          a  .96  $1.00  it     u          u  .75  $.75  it         it                 It  .60  $ .66  ,tt         it                 tt  .45  Staples. Dress Goods.  Silks. Satins  and House Furnishings  36-inch Silks $1.25 values at ... 95o.  36-inch Silks, $1.60 values at . $1.15  Serges, navy and black $2.60 atll.90  Serges, navy and black $2.00 at $1.50  Serges, nav- and black, $1.58 at $1.15  Tweeds, 76o. values for   60o.  Tweeds, 65o. values for   46c.  Thomas Lawson, Limited


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