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Array VOL VI  Regular Meeting ot the  City Council  By-Law Passed to Open Up  Leon Avenue  "The proposal to open Leon ave.  from Riohter street to Ethel street  was advanced another step at last  Friday's council meeting when a  report was presented by Mr. A. L  McNaughton as engineer A bylaw was also introduced authorizing the work ae a local improvement, and assessing the cost against  property owners benefitted. This  was given first, second and third  readings.  At delegates to the forthcoming  Irrigation Convention at Penticton  the Mayor and Aid. Duggan, with  Dr. Dickson were namedjto represent the' council {  Aid. Adsms presented a report  from the Light and Water committee recommending that the order  for a apeeial meter for measuring  the total output of the power house  ba cancelled.   Thit wat done.  The following accounts were  passed for payment :  KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1914.  SCT  EVE ABLAZE WITH WAR  $1.50 Per Annum.  Horse Burned to Death Little Boy Drowned Near  In Stable Fire  Great Britain, France, Russia, Belgium and Servia Arrayed Against Germany and Auatria  German Land Forces Making for France and Invading Russia  supplies 1173.10  189.113  171.78  1400.00  3.28  1.80  8.00  U7  8.04  I7.1V  Tht following    aocounts were   'pasted  for payment:  Dalgleish ft Harding  D. Leokie, supplies ...  The Morrison-Thompson.Hard-  ward Co., supplies    Wm. Haug, oement    for sidewalk construction ...  W. P. Meredith, teeming  E. W. Zuill, work on sewer con  Motion    J. Evans, work in park   C. P. B., freight    O. P. R��� freight  .'.   R. W. Thomas, petty oath ...  R. W. Thomas, disbursement,  aoot., Chinese gambling  ease.   J. Plant, Waterworks, work .  H. Harrison, cutting weeds .  Mikado Cafe, prisoner's meals  a. Markham, creasing offer*  fire hall for Jan.  ������;���  Burnt ft Temple, sundry feet et  rttsbursements    H. O. Blair, Waterworks aoot.  H. O. Blair, ttreet aoot   Kelowna Oarage ft Machine  Works Co. Ltd.,'Waterworks  supplies    ' T. Treadgold, sign for polioe  offioe   Standard Plumbing ft Heating  Co. work ia park    W. Easton, work for power  houso      G. Dillon, teaming ..,;   Canadian Engineer, advt   J. A. Morrison ft Co. plumbing and supplies     08.03  J. B. Knowles, repairing docks  ato   W. M. Parker ft Co. repairing  water meter    MeKnuft Co. Ltd. power houss  supplies    0. A. Morrison ft Co., drinking  fountains for park and installation of  139..I0  6.40.  .67.10  sons  8.00  4.78  3.86  11.60  0.90  8.76  1.00  X30  The only topic ol conversation just  now is the war and every available  souros ol information is eagerly ��� besieged for news. Telegrams continue  to pour in at intervals but for the  most part these are mere guesses at  tht real state of affairs. The tile-.  I graph and telephone serviocs of Europe are praotioally aU in the hands  of tht various powers, and the censorship exorcised is so striot that lit-  the inlormgtion is allowed to leak  out as to movements of the armies or  navies involved in the conflict.!  From the mass of contradictory material which is being passed around it  ill difficult to sift out muoh, wnich  boars ths stamp ol truth.  The ultimatum sent to Germany by  the British government to respect ths  neutrality ol Belgium expired at midnight Tuesday, and on Wednesday definite news was received that both  Germany and England had declared  war.  In a statement made in the Houss  of Commons Tuesday Premier Asquith  stated that Sir Edward Grey had sent  to the British ambassador in Berlin  a telegram informing him ol the appeal ol King Albert ol Belgium lor  diplomacy intervention. He proceedVd  toi state that Belgium has categorically refused to sanction the flagrant violation ol tlio "Law ol Nations" aod  [announced that the German govern-.  ment had been asked to give satialao  lory reply by midnight on the quon-  tion ol Belgium neutrality.  "The British government," said Pre  wier Asquith, "had repotted,, Uiat  the neutrality of Belgium be respeottt,  by Germany and has asked an immediate reply. The German ministry has  ;   Summary of the News to Date  France it invading Germany wilh two corpt numbering 55,000  men with heavy artillery.  Hurrying through with ammunition and military tuppliea for the  arsenal at bsquim.lt, tis train, were made up in Quebec and hurried  weal. Hopping only where neceatarv.  A squad of German cavalry that invaded France to destroy telegraphic lines early Tuesday north of Nancy was completely annihilat.  ed. fatty-being killed and teventy.five taken pritoners. The Germans  stood the French off for an hour, but their ammunition waa finally  exhausted and those who were left had to turrender. The German  commander blew hit brains out rather than yield his sword. At  veileticot the Germane created the border three timet but were  repulsed.  The Britith Parliament haa voted $525,000,000 for war purpote,  which it ettimated to last for six weeks.  ^��n.any_ie reported to have seized all islands off Finland and  defeated the Ruttian fleet in those walen.  Canada ia raiting 20,000 for service abroad and these will proceed across the Atlantic at the earliest possible date.  A bill was introduced into the German Imperial Parliament this  week providing the the approprialion of $1,250,000,000 to meet the  expenses of the war.  President Wilton hat issued n proclamation of neutrality.  Martial law has been proclaimed throughout England.  The Canadian militia frustrated an attempt on the part of German  sympathisers to blow up th? Will rid ciaal.  Premier Asquith yesterday nnnounced that the British government  would ask for another credit of $500,000,000. It was officially stated  that Viscount Morley and John Burnt had retigned from the cabinet.  Reginald McKenna. the home tecretary, hat announced that  twenty-one spies had been arrested in the British Islet during the past  twenty-lour hours, chiefly in important naval centres.  Diplomatic detpatchet indicate Sweden wil) join Great Britain,  I*ranee and Ruttia, if she finds herself unable to remain neutral  No Telephone Service���Long  Delay Turning in Alarm  notified Belgium that at that oountry I       An order has been issued giving the government control of all  had declined tht wolf-intended offer ol|������ railroada in Great Britain.  906.00  Alderman Rattenbury Joina  Benedicts  An interesting, though quiet   wedding   took   place yesterday at    St  . Andrew. Ohuroh, South Okanagan,  when Alderman D. H. Battenbury waa  united to Mist M. Martin. The otre-  mony wat performed by tht Rtv. Thee  Greene, rtotor. The party motored  out bom Kelowna, arriving a* th.  ohuroh at noon. Mr. 0, H. Jackson  provided the musical pari ol the sor  vies. Returning to Ktiowna, a re.  oeption was held at tht horns ol Mr.  and Mrt. S. D. Colquolte, about Ht  tten guests partaking of a tastefully  served luncheon. Tht room was prettily decorated for the oooaslon with  swttt peat and other flowtri.  Amongst tht guests was Mr. Viotor  Hartin, brother of tne bride, who It  at present engaged in railway ootv  struotioa work at Pentioton.  .     After hut* Mr. aad Mrt. Eattanbury  mti by automobile amidst a shower et  riot and confetti for a honeymoon trip ������u  whioh is to be spent camping amongst] loss,  the hills some tbirty-iivs mlka   "  from Ktiowna.  Both the bride and   the bridegroom  Germany it   is neoessary to carry   ..  out by fores of anna."  Continuing, the Premier ssid that  Germany had assured Belgium that it  would compensate her lor any dam-  age whioh it might suffer by. march ot  troops across Belgian territory.  "The British government oan not  regard this as in any way satislao-  tory. We must protect Belgium's neutrality to prevent what means to her  quest ian of life or death, the advance of troops through Belgium"  said the Premier.  Germany had declared war on  Ruttia some days ago after en ultimatum regarding the latter'a intentions in mobilising her troops.  At toon aa war between Great  Britain and Germany waa announced the flood of telegramt wat aud-  denly stopped and only the mott  meagre reports ate allowed to pass.  The inlensest excitement prevails as to the whereabouts of the  British fleet which sailed out under  sealed orders and which hat not  been heard of since except in vague  telegrams which apparently throw  very little light upon it. Reports  were received earlier in the week  of a great naval engagement in the  North Sea in which seven German  vettelt were supposed to have  been sunk and two British.  Two German foreet are converging front tee eatt in t(ie direction of the French capital. German  troops crossed the frontier into  France near the village of Cirey  between Nancy and Straasburg,  and are reported repulsed with  heavy lott.  Military observers believe -the  German plan it to altemyt to van-  quiah France in the interval before Russia will be able to create  serious trouble on her northern  frontier. It is tuppoted complete  Russian moblization will take three  weeks.  A report at Liege, France, tayt  that 20.000 German troopt crossed  tha French frontier near Nancy  and were repulsed  with  heavy  An Ottawa despatch states that German warthipt are shelling  Glace Bay in an endeavor to gel control of communication between  Canada and Great Britain.   ,  Lord Kitchener has been recalled from Egypt to lake command  of the British land forcat, with General French at hit chief of staff.  . The German army is reported to have been repulsed with heavy  losses at Liege by lhe Belgians.  Italy hat refuted Germany's requett to go to her aid and haa  repeated her determination to remain neutral.  Vague rumours have repeatedly come to hand of a great naval  engagement in the North Sea off the coasts of England and Scotland.  POULTRY   ASSOCIATION. TO HOLD  FALL SHOW  An executive meeting of the Kelowna  Poultry Association was held Saturday evening last at 8 o'clock in Met.  rt. Harvey, Duggan ft Davits'   Office.  Mr. 0. C. Prowse, vioe president of  the association was voted to the  chair. Others present were; J. M. Hor  voy, D. C. Middleton, S. J. Weeks, D.  M. Ershise, Hack Copeland and tht  secretary, E. L. Ward.  It was proposed and seconded and  unanimously Oarried that th. attocltri^��'��'*���i��s��T.no �������� ewaoei ay tne  36th and 37th, 1914,   whloh Is     two .a,, precautions tekan to amir, the  weeks before the   provincial show,   to, dafenc ef this port.  '      ���  be   held at Vernon.      This will give  Canadian Coast Defeoces-to  .   Be Strengthened  Dispatches from Great Britain to tt.  Canadian Government have been received  urging that steps be taken at ones to pises  the coast defences of Canada on a war  basis. On th. Atlantic th. [two stratrgie  points ar. Halifax aad Quebec. Halifax  it hearilv fortified and is s British ratal  station. Its forrJficatiooa snd splendid  haibo-i tasks it an excellent naval blaster  British cruiser.. Th. harbor defence, ar.  now (anisonsd bv the Royal Canadian  Garrison Artillery and tha citadel hy   '  looal    breeders a   chance to try out  their birds hero first.  A good show Is anticipated as an  improvement in the quality of poultry  shewn here has staadily been bettered  sinoe the association started. The association should have the support of  all poultry raisers to oo-operate together for the benefit of all  Poultrymen    an    reminded    of the  creamery meeting August 14th at 2.30  o'clock.   A creamery would be a great  [help to looal poultrymen.   O   Mr. J. K. Reekie, president of   the  There srs 14,000,000 bushels of whest  la Canadian granaries aad the crop that it   .. b��ng harvested ia eetimnted at  (75,000..  are well known to mott people In tht' W V**. Tht "��"!b" ol !,0"w H?-  Mmri*i   .~i   .iu���     ...    ......,,,."***"rtssBttnrworhla aot large.  Tho.v*,      r���  ejetnet   and   there     are    numerous Ceaedlaa eeatiagents preq.bly would use aad haisse for esvalry aad artillary service  Haadt who wtH wish thsm wtU.        srtfrrrtlrtMt mrylr ' KiT ,--.-*��-   ������  Okanagan United Growers returned  lest, week end from a visit to tbe  coast. He bring, the pleasing report  that Okanagan produce is being very  well reoeived there this year, and the  prospects an bright for securing a  Hrm hold ol the ooast markets.  Ths Imperial authorities have asked  Canada hr a statement of the food euppliee  aad harass for cavalry aad artil'  ��ow available ia tbe Doaxlaic.  BAND CONCERT  The usual weekly band oonoert wQl  bo held tomorrow ovening in tha oity  park, commencing    at 8 o'clock.    Tha  program will be as follows:  Ruls Brittania.  Selection. "Krnnni"   Vordi  Walts, "Okanagan Waves" . Bornholdt  Dedioated to Aquatic Association.  Spring Song   Mendelssohn  Song and Danoo, "Dear one Far a Way'      Casey  Songs ot all Nations  Beyer  England, God Save the King; Inland,  The Wearing of the Green; Orange Tea-  ther; Scotland, The Campbell's art  Coming; France, La Marseillaises Italy  Die Wacht am Rhein; Russia, National  Hymn; Spain, Royal Moron; Germany  Die Waoht am Rhsin; Russia, National  Hymn; Japan, Processional Tune;  United States, Tbe Star Spangled  Banner; Canada, The Maple Leaf.  ������sta^Li^eiH  Horns Sweet Home.  Through the fast that tht telephone  service was not   working, and    tha  much valuable time wat lott in summoning the fire brigade, a fire   which  broke out soon alter midday last Sunday in a barn and workshop   to the  rear ol Mr. M. J. Curts' house on Bernard avenue, very nearly became     a  much greater disaster. The barn whioh  was a large one and hemmed In by a  number of stables, ebioken bouses and  other buildings, was completely    destroyed, and only the strenuous efforts  of tbe neighbors who got   busy    at  well as thoy oould with garden    hose  to protect surrounding buildings, prevented a vory serious conflagration.  A sad feature of the fire was     the  burning to death ol a horse, belonging to Mr. Curts.    At the .time    the  lire was discovered by Mr. W. T. Pitt  who lives next door, the flames   had  [almost surrounded the poor brute and  it was impossible to get near to cut  loose tho rope which held it in    its  stall.   The screams and frantlo plunging ol the unfortunate animal before  it finally succumbed to suffocation by  smoke   will   long be rememberod    by  those who were there.  In addition to the horse some scores  of   chickens and rabbits were   burned  | before   they could be released  Tho origin of tho fire is not oertuin,  but it seems to be ihe   opinion    of  those who    wero on the scone     first  that   it   started in the loft when   a  [quantity    of hay was stored.     From  there it broke through the floor Into  the stable near the door,  thus shutting off any chauoe of getting out the  | horse.  From there    it spread baok, taking  an ice house     and a wood shod   anil  reaching the rear ol Mr. Curts' houso.  In tho other direction it readied Mr.  T. Pitt's house.   Tbo brigade arrived  however in rflhe tu' save any serious  demage to the two houses, though in  the meantime the furniture had   been  taken out.  Burning shingles flying around eaus-  led considerable anxiety for a     time,  |and several    small fires wore started  from these, but  fortunately extinguish  [ed in time.  In the Impossibility of getting an  alarm through by telephone, Mr. Leslie Dilworth went in his oar to th  power house and gave it in personally  FuHy twenty minutes elapsed between  tht first discovery ot tht fin and the  arrival of the brigade.  Tht lost it estimate*! ai about $1080  none ol whioh, unfortunately is  covered by insurance. Rebuilding ���>������  already bttn ormmsnred,  Body Recovered Early on  Sunday Morning  A tad drowning accident took place  last Saturday in whioh xttle Tommy  Stewart, the seven-year-old ton of Mt.  J, A. Stewart, baker, lost bis lite.  Exactly how tbe poor little fellow  ame to be drowned it not known, but  his body was found near the Sawmill  Co.'s wharf and it is surmised that  he had fallen in while fishing.  Early Saturday morning he left his  home, along with hia brother, and  from the stories of his playmates who  were examined ai the inquest Monday  afternoon it appean that he was lust  seen Saturday afternoon, playing On  tho Sawmill whurl and on th. steamer "Orchard City," belonging to the  Sawmill Company. Aooordlng tn theil  story the other boys left him there  during tbe afternoon and never taw  him again.  It ia a common thing for boys at  this time of the year to fish at that  spot, though the practice is attended  with some danger as there iB no protecting rail around the wharf and  moreover tho youngsters are not oon-  t.-tit to stay on the wharf, but are  in the habit of jumping to and from  the boat. It is supposed that whils  attempting to do this he had misted  his footing and fallen between tha boat  and the wharf.        i  No particular anxiety was felt about  Tommy's absence from home until  supper time, and ai he did not arrive  lor that meal, his lather and others  et out to search for him. Tho neighborhood ol thc wharf and lumbar sheds  wore scoured until long alter dark  but without avail. Ib  It was on Sundgy morning about  I a.m., that Nick Avender, the night  watchman at the mill, who had been  made aware ol tbe boy's disappearance, happened tn Jook over the side  of the whart when ho caught sight ol  a white object, whion upon investigation proved to be the body ot the  little fellow lying between the bow of  he boat and the filling of the wharf.  Ho took the body out ol the water,  and summoned night constable Gibb,  who at once communicated the shocking discovery to the distressed father.  The remains wen removed to the undertaking parlon of Mr. Minns.  An inquest was held Monday afternoon, the    jury giving . verdict     oi  'accidental    drowning."    Immediately  after the inquest    the funeral     took  plate.  Tha greatest sympathy is felt     Ior  [the boy's parents.  THE MAN WHO STARTED ^HMWAB  The, aged emperor Frans Joseph 1 of Auatria-Hungary, now eighty-lour  Fran. Joseph was born August 18,1830 and wat proclaimed Emperor of  Austria, alter the abdication ot his unole, Ferdinand 1 on December 3,  1818. Ho was orowned King ol Hungary June 8, 1867. His wile, Elisabeth, a daughter ol Duke Maximilian of Bavaria, whom he married in 1854  died by tho hand ol an anarchist in Geneva, Swltssrland in 1898  Frans Joseph is the head ol the famous Haptburg fenrily, ol which King  N    Bomkoldt    Ommmmmm.'^STal'  ��� "s ""'f     "*   hMU*'   **&&**.   ����   tt   tt   UUtilBely  N. BorahoIcH, Conductor tad la Mexioo, alter a short   reign at Emperor PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914  KELOWNH RECORD  Publuhtd svssy TbarstWy at Kalowna,  Britith Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  Subscription Bates:  ��1.��0   tis rear:   7ia.. six   saoatka    Ua  Slats. SO oaata .itxnl.aal.  AS sabasrisUoa. pavaMe ia advanos.  Advertising Rate.:  LODgaj MOT1CCS,  PBOKMSIONAL CARDS.  aTO.. St esais psr aottuan inch oar week.  LAMP AND TIMBER NOTIOES-SO day.. M:  00 stars. 17.  WATtt N0TICE8-W lor live insertion.  LMib ABVBRTlSlMQ-rirrt   tnsarllon.    II  casta tat Ua.: seek submu.nl Insertion, i  easts set Haa.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTiaEMENTS-2 osnU pss  ward lirat iaaarttos, 1 cat par word em l  lassrllao.  DISPLAT IDVKRTISMENTS-Twt, inc-l,.-.  aad aaiat, SO cant, per Inch tarn Inurllon  ever tan laakaa 40 eaata tar leak lint ia  asrtlMjfpS0 cants pw Inch    Met sulis*iosn��  la aoatraot ndvartHein-nts nausi  ��� aaads al tha prlalsr br TtiMdu  Is   sasurs  Dubliaatlon la  las    ant  All  ba ia I  sTsalat  We don't want to fight.  But by jingos! il we do���  We've got tho men, we've got the ships  We've got the money toot  Nothing that wo can think of tit tho  present moment, would better etprcss  the temper of tho British public both  in the old land and throughout the  great empire, in tho face ol the terrible catastrophe which has set the nations of tho world at each o there  throats, thao the old doggerel rhyme  ing faster than the growth of anna  ments. But thnt day is not yet, am}  here wo are in the thick of what prom  ises to he tho bloodiest war the worloj'  has ever seen.  So sudden has been the calamity, so  rapid the course of events in which?  diploimicy has broken down and beon  thrown to the winds, and so overwhelming tho magnitude of tho straggle which has commenced that the  mind fails to grasp what is the meaning ol it all.  When we rend only a few weeks ago  of the assassination of the heir to tht  Austrian throne, thc affair vat dismissed as only another ot those outbreaks of fanaticism, which wo hate  long become accustotnod to in tho  troubled soa of European politios. VY'.io  could have foreseen that it was but  tho first spluttcrings of a fuse which  would set the world on Urn?  Even tho announcement o? Aus'ria't  ultimatum to Sprvia, and subsequent  hasty declaration of war, .id net  at first seem to bear suoh a tremendous significance. It was not intil  Germany began to show her hand and  to evince whnt to us at this dVfmoe  seems like tho most amazing eager-  noss for a trial ol strength, did tho  world awake to find iiself on tho verge  ol tho long dreaded "European war."  Tho ambitions ol Germany lor military and naval supromary in  Europe have become too obvious to bo  longer doubted and the only feasible  explanation of hor conduct in impatiently brushing aside nil attempts at  mediation is that sho must have lolt  that tho hour had -onto ici hr to  reglizo those ambitions. 'Cvcn .vhile  negotiations woro in progress har armies wore advnnoing on Franco, and  the  formal declaration  ol war     was  which added a now word to tho   Aug-  reduced to o mere farce,  lish language. |    As for Britain's share in 'lie     >vBr,  Wo don't want to fight. Novor, per^jt j��� too late to discuss whath* wo,  hapB, in tho history af tho race hat ,9 'a nation could have avoided HtUDg  thero boen a greater desire for poace; drawn in. Wo presume that e.cay-  nover has there boen suoh a wide- 'thing that diplomacy could do was  sproad abhorrenco of war, and all tho 'foae to keep out and to keep others  frightful bloodshed, misery and suf- j out. At any rate the die is now  loring which it entails.    Wo woro bo- j ca9I.    K���gland has put hor hand     to  the sword and until hoc   work is   accomplished thero is no turning back.  about 12.80 and the phone servioe  was then out of commission. People  in the neighborhood forgot this in tbo  excitement of the moment and mnda  frantio efforts to get the exchange, but  of course it was no good. Curses  loud and deep were heaped upon the  instruments, the service aid the company generally. Had it not been for:  the timely arrival of one- or two automobiles the drivflk of which turned at!  once to get assistance, Mr. Leslie Dil  worth, going to tho power house and  giving the alarm, and Mr. Geo. Ritojv  ie making for tho fire station to bring I  up the brigaae hoys, at least two or-  three houses, and all the out-buildings  would have beon involved. The tiro  wns burning fully twenty minutes before tho first hose was laid. '  It. is realized beyond question that  something must be done and a special j  mooting of tho Board of Trade is  called for tomorrow night to discuss  tho matior. Tho opinion has boon  freely expressed during tho week that  if tlio telonhone Company can not Iw  brought to grant this continuous servico, steps should be taken to form  a looal company on the lines ol Summerland, which acoording'to a report  just issued is proving very successful.  Local Militia Prepare  for Call  Communications  ginning to assure ourselves that    the  day was approaching when the settlement    of international    disputes,    at  least amongst tho more civiliied peoples,   ..'otild bo attained, not by     tht     Tho dangerous position in which th.  mad-dog methods    ol a bye-gons agoj city is placed by ronoon of the refuaal  when might wub right, and the sword of the Telephone Co., to provide con-  was the only convincing argument but  tinuous Bervico on Sundays and holi-  by the saner counsels ol the mtlons'i days was very noutoly realized during  leaders, and in that spirit of universal; tho lire which broke out in Mrl M. .1.  brotherhood which wo felt was grow-  Curts' barn.    Tho    lire ooourred     at  *'D" SQUADRON ORDERS  30th Regiment, B. C. Horse.  The following    orders have been issued   from tho heacVruarters, Kelowna,1  yesterday.'  PARADES  The squadron will parade in Dr.  Boyoe's field opposite the Exhibition  Grounds, on Thuraday and Saturday  evenings next, tho Ah, and 8th, inst,,  at 7 p.m. The attendance ol July  officer. N.C.O., and man is compulsory.  HORSES  Any    person    having saddle horses  suitable    for    military work,    weight'  nol  under 050 pounds, will please no-  tlly dipt. Temple immediately.  MOBILIZATION ORDERS  All officers N.CO.'s and men will  hold themselves in readiness for mobilization at a moments notice in the  ovent of mobilization orders being received. Warning is now given that  each man must hold in readiness ihe  following articles of kit sVcure-ly packed, labelled with his name, rank, squadron and regiment:  1 pair boots, 3 pair socks, 2 shirts,  I pair under pants, razor, brush and  soap, hair brush and oumb, pints,  knife, fork, spoon, mug.  RECRUITING  Orders have boon received that tho  squadron shall be brought up to lull  war strength immediately, i.e. of aW  ranks. Men willing lo join between  the ages ol 18 and 45 years, height]  not tindor 5 fit, 4 in., chest measure-j  ment 34 in., will apply to Capt  Temple or Lieut. Pyman.  ANTHONY D. TEMPLE.  Capt. "II" Squadron.  30th Rogimcnt. B. C. norso.  Kditor Kelowna Record.���  Dear Sir.��� We wish to cobtradict  through the medium of your paper  a false report, which has boon circulated throughout the oity, relative tithe employment ol Orientol in prefor  once to' White labor at the oannery.  It has bo.-n the po'icy of this company  sine? its incorporation in 1008 to give  prolerence lo white labor wherever*,  possible, eon-islt'tt! with the lest interests of the company, nnd bo Ion; as  we can procure white labor nt a price  which wil) enable us to meet the com-1  petition ol lhe castrn manufacturer  wo shall continue to do so.  Thanking you in ant icipation of your  kindness in publishing this letter,  I    We ��re Dear Sir, Thc loCB, compnnv of Ho(,ky MollnJ  tain Rtingors, under Capt. Rose    haa  also beon warned to bo prepared for u  I summons at any moment, but so far  Leopold Hayes,    Secy.   I no definite orders have been issued.  Yours faithfully,  WESTERN  C'AN'NKHR LTD.  In the best society the  luncheon goodies used  are the kinds we sell.  That means that when you wish  to give your family or friends a  treat you show wisdom in choosing from our extensive stock. Our luncheon  goodies add to your reputation as a hostess and  give increased delight to your family. A selec-  of all the best and most delicious is carried. You  can pick delicacies here to please all tastes.  Big Cash Special for Saturday  Pickles, sweet, sour, &c, Ace, Reg. 40c and 45c  Saturday, 30c bottle  THESTOREOFi  War Has Been Declared  l  Tremendous Slaughter of High-Grade Footwear  at our Big Sale.   Low Prices Cause Great Excitement and  Many Satisfied Customers are the Result  JUST A FEW OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS  Men's Oxfords in Patent,  Tan and IGunmetal  Reg. $4.50 and $5 .'. Special $2.95  Reg. $5.50 and $6 Special $3.95  Men's Canvas Shoes  Reg. $1.75  Special $1,35  Reg. 12 -...Special $1.45  Reg. $2.25 Special $1.65  Boys' Canvas Shoes  Regi $1.25 Special 95c  Reg. $1.50 Special $1.10  Reg. $1.75 Special $1.25  Extra Special Prices on Children's  Shoes  25 p.c. off all Women's Tan Shoes  Women'sJPumps & Oxfords  in Patent, Suede fitGunmetal  Ren-$3.50        Special $2.45  Hv lm  Reg. $4.50..  $3.15  25 p.c. off all White Shoes  Saturday Extra Special:  Women's Tan Button Boots for $1.60  OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN  Broken Lines of Women's Shoes  at      ��� .   -    /,      ���    COST  Broken Lines of Men Shoes at COST  Phont  256  E. TAIT & CO.  P.O. Box  233  dm ^mftm^^n  THUHS6AY, AUGUST 6, 1014  BXSSBgimmmmmmmm i .Hajigjj  e��M  ..)' '  '    .'  '    ��..  K8LOVWA  RECORD  "MY VALET"  i r it i'n'i-s-i>  fl Suits made to order, Repaired, Cleaned and Pressed.  Dyeing and Cleaning of every  description.  J. E. THRUSSELL  P.O. Box 621  Opposite Bo.nl of Trad. Office  MY SHOEMAKER  EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING AND GENTS' SHOES  Specials for Friday and Saturday  Men'. Strong Men'a Tan   A _-   Men'* Fine   . ���,  Work Shoe  3,25   W"k Shoe  jjjjj      Shoes      4,75  R.��. $4 R.f.M.50 R.��.��5.50  WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR SPECIALS  For Repairing Shoes as New ��� Try Ua  C. DARK  BERNARD AVENUE SHOEMAN Opposite Board of Trad.  P. O. Box 336  Phone 337  GR.G0SS  Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Market  ELUS STREET. NORTH  Mr. Goss bogs to announce he is now opening a  Fruit and .Vegetable MARKET to facilitate the sale  of Local Produce.  Only best quality goods at lowest possible prices  for CASH.  -THE-  "WIGWAM" TEA ROOMS  (Three door, north of Bank of Montreal)  English Cooking. Tasty, daintily-served meals al moderate rates  AFTERNOON TEA  IS cents  Orders taken for Crumpets, Home-made Cakes, otc.  BREAKFASTS LIGHT LUNCHES DINNERS  If youi pocket-book could talk, it  would recommend the Ford. The  man who practises economy and  wants utility invests hia dollars in  the Universal ear, He knows it  serves his every purpose best and  at lowest cost And don't fotget-  Ford servioe and guarantee.  Six hundred dollm la the price of th. Ford  runabout; th. touring ear It tut fifty . th.town  ear nine hu.jdr.d-f. o. b. Ford, Oat, complete  with equipment. Cm catalog and paitJaaUrs from  BURBANK MOTOR CO. . KELOWNA. B.C.  Modem street paving   ia    virtually  unknown in the cities of Japan.  e ��� *  The corner stone ol tbe new Bonus  Catholic Church   wai laid hut   we.  in Pentioton.  ...  Mr. Niblock, late superintendent o'  tbe C.P.B., western division, ha. just  died at Victoria, Hr. Niblock wa  well-known in the Okamgan, where  he had considerable interests.  .  .  a  The Turkish government haa announced its desire to remain na)utrBi  in the war betweon Austria and Sor.  via. Diplomats believe however that  the Porte will attempt to regain the  territory lost in the Balkan war ii  hostilities come.  a   a   a ^  Reports are in circulation that the  Emperor ol Austria yielded to th*  plea from the Pope to prevent the  War, but that the Austrian ruler is  overruled by hi. suite and the military party, who are forcing Hue country into war.  sea  The steamer Robert Rhode*, ol Montreal, with a cargo ol 51500 bushel, ol  wheat loaded at the government dent Port Colborne, Ont., lor Montreal,  sank in the Wetland canal at llowoti  locks, this morning. Navigation k  interrupted a) vessels cannot pass the  steamer at this point, where the oanal  is narrow.  The Armstrong Lacrosse olub  make another effort to oarry off  will  the  Mann cup. A few day. ago the play  era got together and talked over the  situation, deciding to < make one mora  assault -on the golden trophy. The club  will be immediately reorganized. The  challenge has already been forwarded  to Joe Lally, tbe Mann cup trustee, at  Cornwall, Ont.  a   .   .  The Grand Trunk Pacific have ondei  construction two hundred and fifty  steel tired refrigerator cars for operation out of,Prince Rupert. These cars  are designed for the shipment of  Iresh fish. They are built to run on  last express trains or to attach al  head of passenger trains. The company expects to Carry several carloadr  ol the famous Paehio Coast fish carl  day out of Prince Rupert.  ...  On the ranch of the Reade Fur Furrr  ing Co.,'on the outskirts ol MonotoB,  N.B., a oat which had recently giver.  birth to kittens was brought into re  quisition as foster-mother for some  foxes whon own mother was killing  them by too much attention. Tbe oat,  It waa said, took very, kindly to hor  foster children, being apparently will  satisfied with the. exchange, while tht  young foxes seemed to thrive under  the care of their new mother.  . �� .  The British postmaster general, Hon  Mr. Hbbhouse, stated in the lions, of  Commons that the present rate of  postage'on British newspapers, maga  sine, and trade journa.s, Irom the United. Kingdom to Canada would remain  is force until December 31. He added  that he hoped to be in a position Hr  make a statement as regards tbe conditions ol the.servioe after that date  see  The wheat crop of Manitoba und  Alberta is otimated to be about 7fl  per oent of an average. The ecaloo  an tbe whole has bean dry, with soar  oely sufficient rains to bring the orop  along as 'well as'desired. With ordinary good fortune in the 'way of weath  conditions, the grade should bt  good and tbe whole crop will possibly  be better saved than though it wer*  heavier.  see  The tax sale held at the oounoil  chambers, Pentioton, Thuraday last  Was very well attended, and bidding  for the numerous lota was irisk.  About 70 lots, were paid up during  the salo. The municipality will have  to assume oharge of certain proper  ties, but only a few, as 144 parcels  turned over. Messra. DeGero,  Baker, and Stevens were the heavknt  buyer., and very few. outrider, .ore  present.  a  a  a  Neator Wilmart, Belgian banker, railroad nan, newspaper proprietor and  tporUman was sentenosd to ten years'  imprisonment. and WOO fine on a  oharge of swindling tbe public out ol  13,400,000 by over-Issuing share* in  the Ghent-Torneuzcn railway in 1913.  Five aooompliees alto were amtenced.  Rasquin, the traffio manager, to wven  years and 1800 fine; Waerhter, to lour  yaara, and three others to three yaws  each. Tb* railway I. the only privately owned line in Belgium, and the  operation ot Wilmart and his attoii.it-  ee placed a number of small banks in  dloVultfe*. He disappeared In 1913 and  after a World-wide search was arrested  In Minims, France.  A conference ia to be held in Europe  to prevent the extermination of the  "elephant and rhrnoceror. I  *  a  a  The Dominion Canners, Ltd.,     will  not operate in Summerland this vi%c,'  some disagreement having arisen  tvn  the leasing of the cannery plant. I  ... - j  Coating eggs with a paste made oi  sea salt, vegetable ashes and water,'  Chinese ship them long distance, in'  good condition. I  .   a   .  The United States will keep her  hands off the European crisis and will  make no move to maintain peace in  the present situation, tne president  stated a day or two ago.  a   a   a  Because of modern fashions, a Philadelphia scientist has figured that women must eat 10 per cent more food  than formerly to maintain their normal temperature.  ...  Twenty-live people were.killed an-J  fifty others injured, some of them  fatally, by an explosion of fireworks j  during a festival at Tudela, Spain.  Host of the deadwere decapitated by  the force of the explosion. '  ��   a   .  Two Austrians were probably fatally '  injured in a fight with Servians on the  streets of Los Angeles last!week.   Ao |  cording    to    accounts    gjyen, sever tl  Austrians   walking    along the street  were attacked by Servians, the leaders  crying "we shall kill all Austrians be.  fore they go back to fight us."  see  Jean Leon .Inures, the noted French  Socialist leader, wns assassinated in a  small restaurant oear the Bois. Th.  assassin was arrested, but refused to  disclose his identity. Later he wa*  identified as Raoul Villain, 39 year,  old, and is said to be the son of th*  clerk of the oivil court of Rhoims.  mm  mmmm*  ���MS.  mm  MO*  maa  Defidou!~Cboked by Electricity  ���This is the finest steak I ever tasted."  "Why, Harry, if s my 'Hughe. 33.' I find new  things about it every day. Now this steak is broiled  on top with live, radiant heat The juices can't run  off before the surface is seared. The broiler slip?  right out and I turn it over. Then when it is done,  I turn off the current and it keeps nice and bot in  the oven till you get home."  Hughes Electric Ranges  The Hughes Electric Range, Mr. Master-of-the-House, not only  saves hours of work each day���not only brings a cool, dean, sanitary kitchen, but adds the perfecting touch to cooking.  the heat is uniform���always tbe aim. ao it cooks evenly and  thoroughly, It really roasts and broils meats where other oven,  bake. The live, red hut by oVrecf contact sears tbe surf ace snd  retains tbs flavor.  Remember that i Hughes Range preserves health snd beauty.  The Nmk srs nested���nol the kitchen and the cook. The fire Is  absolutely .oil-less. And tbe kitchen is a. cool and pleasant as  tnepartor.  Corns Into our office snd see this range. We will give yon  fmtta that will astound you.  James & Trenwith  THE ELECTRIC SHOP  BERNARD AVENUE  KELOWNA. B.C  One killed, one fatally injured and a  dozen others were painfully injured in  fire whieh destroyed the Grr.nd  Trunk Pacific pier, and damaged the|  Column dock, Seattle'* largest pa��  senger wharves, last Tuesday, causing  a loss of half a million. Many nov.  pants of the pier offices had narrow  escapes, tome being carried down ladders by firemen; others jump-id into  the bay, so quickly did the fire .proud  The Steamer Admiral Garrague, lying  'afongSMe lhe Grand' Trunk pier, was  forced to cast loose, in order to  cape,damage. The *o#ir toppling into  the bay nearly engulf -d several small  boats.  a   a   a  The dead body of a big whale, with  two cuts on its aft quarters, waa  found stranded on an island near  Prince Rupert last weak. It is supposed to be the leviathan which roi  up in front ot the steamer Prinot  George at 3 o'olock on the prevlc  Tuesday morning, when the G.T.P.  liner was slashing along at a speed  of eighteen knot, off Egg Island. Tb.  tail ol the monster a* it prepared to  make a hasty dive wa* visible .bo-/,  the forecaBtle rail of tbe Prince Gaorg.  just as tbe vessel struck the whale.  a   a   a  Considerable work is being done in  the southeastern part oi the province  whioh, before the summer is gone will  result in aU the town* in the mining  Notion being connected up by mean,  of the telephone, with connection also with Cranbrook, Fernie and other  point* east of Kootenay lake. Up  to the. present, dhrirloU have l>e*a  separated from eaoh other. Silverlon,  Nsw Denver and Sandon were in ia-  t)r-oommunlcation, but over the mountain. Kaalo on Kootenay lake, was by  itself. With the completion ol th*  O.P.R., to Kario ' it will be posribl.  to extend the telephone lines to chat  place, while that part ol the system  ol the B. C. Telephone oompany will  alto be connected up to Nelson. Thi*  will enable Kaalo patrons to talk to  Rosaland. Grand Forks and othet  pointt. Slocan City has a local ey��  and it will have tbe benefit of  the Increased facilities.  If a lion and a hone were to pull  in opposite directions the horse would  pull the lion backward with comparative eaae. But if the lion were hitched benind tha hone and faciag in  the same direction and were .allowed  to exert it* strength in backin; lie  oould easily mill the hone down upon  hi* haunches or drag him across thc  ring, so much greater i* hi* ��tres<lh  when exerted backward Irom the kind  legs than in forward pulling.  ��� " O  Gab*.���Ha', always talking about  shady retreats, sylvan view*, mossy  garden, and balmy breeeee.  Steve.���Is he a poet?  Gat>e.���No, he's a real estate man.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat uaily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  KELOWNA, B.C.  Phone 135  Phone 237  P.O. Boa 191  J. A. MORRISON & CO.  PLUMBERS  REMOVED TO NEW PREMISES  at the rear of Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co.  (Entrance through the store)  If Its Made of Leath  iaae or Learner  WE CAN REPAIR IT  See our stock of New .nd Second-Hand  Harneaa.   Special Sanitary Sweat  Pada and Back Pads,        They can be wathed.  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  THOMUNSON  Telephone - 347 ���  Store adjoinina;  tha 25c store  WE HAVE ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK OF  Brick, Hollow Brick, Building Blocks,  Agricultural Drain Tile  IN VARIOUS SIZES  SAND FOR SALE  THE CLEMENT - RIGGS, Limited  PHONE  .   104  ri #fa-*j"^.--.    -���J PAOE FOUB  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (incorporated J904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  HAVE FOR SALE  Orchard Lands  on the K.L.O. Benches, in blocks of 10 acres  or more. Planted or implanted. Under  irrigation and with Separate Domestic Water  System.  Bottom Lands  Suitable for dairy and general farming.  City Property  Lots, with or without Lake Frontage.  For particulars apply to  The General Manager       -   -       at tbe Head Office  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 274  PHONE 5  THE RANCH  BUcksmithing done.     Weighbridge.    Oats crushed.     Fence potta, Milk.  Potatoei, Apples, &c, for Sale.  Apply to (he Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.       Phone 5;  P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  Head Office :  9 to 12;  1.30 to 5.30 throughout the week.  Ranch Office: 9 to 12;  1 to 5.30. excepting Thuraday, cloaing at 12 noon.  Hose Nozzles and Fittings  Lawn Sprayers and Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers, $4 to $30  Grass Catchers  Nico Soap Summer Spray  Morrison-Thompson  phone 44   Hardware Co., Ltd.  COAL  COAL  Famous Taber Smokeless Lump and  Pensylvania Hard  In Nut, Stove and Egg size.  W. HAUG  'Phone - 66  OK.LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply ell  your lumber needs.  We have a large stock of local and coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of high-grade quality and in splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES  TOWN AMD COUNTRY NOTES  1  Mr. and    Mrs. Newby and Leo left  lor a visit to Vancouver Saturday.  MisB Pearson is paying a visit  lahc coast this weok.  to  Mrs. F, Ileim loft yesterday morning  lor tho coast.  ...  Mrs. Geo. Ritchie and her daughter  were passengers on Saturday's     boat  on their way to Vancouver.  ...  TJiore will bo no Church of Kngland  service at tho Hast  Kelowna     BChool  houso next Sunday.  ...  Tho Rov. Mr. Schorfield will conduct  the services on Sunday in tho Angli-  cau, church. ,  ...  1'hi; Church of England sprvicos at  the Mission on Sunday will be held at  8' and 11 a.m.  ...  The early bird gets tho worm and  thc early greon apples gets tho small  boy.  .   *   .  Mrs. II. T. Call, formerly Miss Lily  McCurdy, left on Monday morning to  join her husband at Ucdclilto, Sask,  Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Stewart desire  to oxprcss their sincere thanks for  the assistance rendered, and tho many  expressions of sympathy during their  recent bereavement.  ...  Tho Kelowna Polo Club has entered  the contest for thc Kamloops Polo  Club Challenge Cup. Thc event takes  placo on the 13th, Uth and 1.1th ol  the present month.  ...  Mr. L. Richmond roturned yestordny  from Vancouver, where he had been  called owing to tho Biidden douth    ot  his mothor,  ...  A special   meeting of   tho Kelowna  onrd of    Trade will bo held tomorrow  (Friday)  at 8 p.m.,  to oonsii*  tho situation ro continuous  tolephono  norvice.  Rig bush fires to tho south hava  kept the air filled with smoke during  tho part week. Bad fires have been  raging around Penticton Creek and  parties have boon out fighting them.  ...  Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Pitt wish io  heartily thank tho many friends who  so ably helped to rcmovo tho household furniture and oxtinguish Ih6 fire  which threatened thoir homo in Sunday last.  ...  The services iu tho Mothodist a hutch  on Sunday will bo conducted ly ' tho  pastor, Rev. .1. C. Switzor. Iri lhe  morning he will discuss tho quotation,  "Does Prayer Count in War," and in  Iho evening "Should a Christian Nation go to War."  ...  Reid .lohnson cam�� in this week to  lake chargo of thc C.P.R. telegraph  business hero. Roid, who is a son of  Mrs. Johnson of tho government office  is of oourso well-known in Kelowna.  .1. McLean who was temporary opera  tor has gono to Reva'lstoke.  ...  Tho public, and especially tho larnv  ers of the distriot, are reminded of ths  public meeting ta be hold in Rayraer'l  Hall next Friday, August. 14th at 2.30  p.m., to discuss tho advisability ol  establishing a oroamory faar the dial  I riot.  as.  Last Thursday marked the second  Kon/io So whioh waa colobrated  nnmiyersary of the birthday of tho Ma-  with a picnic. Throe nutomobtlca oon*  veyed the party, cansisting of mem*  Iters of tho staff and thoir wive*  nnd���or��� mothers: to tho number ol sov  a'nteen, and they certainly make the  volkin ring as they passed up the  main street. Thoir rendezvous was at  (Jouth Okanagan, near the wharf, and  if is unnecessary to say "a pleasant  ime was had!" Tho picnioors return-  nl in the evening by tho light ol' the  silvery moon.  Tho Kelowna Junior Lacrosse team  mot defeat at Vernon yesterday by a  score of 9 to 3. Vernon it is report-  ik! had strengthened their team considerably and one of the new players  pioved tho undoing of the looals, he  scored six of the home lub's goals.  Tho Vornon team will again v'lit Kolowna on Thursday afternoon (al lex!  week,    when tho boys hopo lo     turn  Ihe tablos.  ...  Miv.'or Leonard, until lately a mom-  ber ol tho Board of Railway Commissioners was in Kolowna last weok. He  happened to be passing through tlio  valley and on tho invitation of Mr.  Kunnoth Mndnron stopped off for some  time at Kelowna, making a tour of  inspection of tho district. Ho was  vory favorably impressed with what  he saw.  ...  Miss Rosa Patterson, aooompanicd  by her mother left this morning lo  Winnipeg. Mr. A. Henning will join  them at Winnipeg, where he will bs  married to Miss Patterson on Tueaili/  next. After a short honeymoon the  couplo will make their homo in Minneapolis, whero Mr. Honning Ib employed  by the Grant Smith Co.  ...  Tho recruiting of tho various companies of tho B. C. Horso has reoeived  a big impetus from the war fever  which is in the. air. Tho officers of  the Kclowna company have boen busy  during tho last day or two in the  district and Lioutonunts Pyman and  Barlee went down on Wednesday's  boat to swear in a largo number of  recruits at Penticton.  WE ARE ENGAGED IN CONDUCTING OUR JEWELRY  STORE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY. OUR LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS BUSINESS HAS  TAUGHT US WHICH MANUFACTURERS MAKE THE BEST  GOODS, AND THIS KIND ONLY DO WE HAVE IN OUR STORE.  WHETHER IT IS AN ENGAGEMENT RING OR ANY ARTICLE  OF JEWELRY WE HAVE IT FOR YOU AT A FAIR AND  SQUARE PRICE.  W.M. PARKER & CO.  THE RELIABLE JEWELERS  CROWLEY BLOCK PHONE 270 KELOWNA, B.C,  DEATH   OF .JOHN DALfJLKISH  KAMLOOPS  A'I  Mr. John Dulyloisl., who haa resided in this city for the past several  months und who recently recovered  from a couple months severe, illness  ptiBsed awuy at Kamloops ubout 12  o'clock Friday night. Alter his recovery  here, he decided a visit to hia late  home at Kamloops would do much  iu building him up to his former  good health and strength.  After spending a few week*, apparently gaining slowly ho suddenly  encountered a set baok and waa again  confined to hia bed. The illneaB this  timo proving too muoh for him to  standi he failed very rapidly for  about a week bofore finally passing  away on Friday night,  Mr. Dalgloish was well-known in the  district, having i*oaided in Kamloops  for a number of years, More which he  lived in Saskatchewan and moved, with  his wife and family to Kelowna some  aoven months ago.  Mr. Dalgleish, who was 57 years of  age leaves a wife and five children, aU  of Kclowna with the exception of one,  Mrs. Fred Nicholson, who resides in  Kamloops.  Tho funeral took place at Kamloops  on Monday aftornoon.  False Economy of  Cheap Spectacles.  Sight Is too precious to trifle with.  When buying spectacles buy a good  pair.  We use perfect lenses.  They cost a little more than the  commoner kinds, but the difference  in comfort Is worth many times thi  difference in price.  J. B. Knowles  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  D  To our Local Business and Tradesmen  Send your    m  % long Railroad ���  , W   hava an idea  PRINTlHt  ���  ���   Journey out    W\  Ll     that nich  ORDERS    ���  M   of town be*   1  H work .��� done  ���Way on i     m  mmW     eauM you    jX  M     Chaaply!  T  HOW  can tod expect Your town to prosper if yon do that 7  CALL AND SEE US ABOUT IT  Phon. 94     THE KELOWNA RECORD     Phon. 94  Make Your Pickles  Now   The vegetables are good,  our spices are pure, and  so are our vinegars. We  have Heinz s Pure Malt  and White Wine, 75c  gal., 25c bottle.  Holbrook's English Malt  Vinegar 25c bottle  Crosse    &    Blackwell's  Malt Vinegar....25c bot.  These vinegars are all absolutely pure and guaranteed to  keep any kind of pickles lor any  length ol time.  During Regatta Week let us supply your  Lunch. Don't stew over a hot stove boiling  soups and roasting joints. We have Ready  Lunch Meats in endless variety. Come in  and look them over.  Campbell's Soups. Any variety, per tin...15c  Meats  Roast Beet. I.lb. 25c; 2-lb.. 45c  Corn Beef���Fray Bentoe, beat in  the world Mb. 35c  Lunch Tongues I-lb. tine, 50c  Canadian Potted Meats  10c tin; three tins :25c  Pastes  Fish Paate���Anchovie snd Bloater. Cross St Blackwell'a (in  Slaaa)  25c  lolbrook'e Fish Paate (glsaa)20c  Boiled Ham  aliced     ..50c Ib.  Chicken and Fith  Boned Chicken 50c  Lobster (maple leaf) 35c  ,.      (St. George) 1.1b 25c  I-lb 50c  Salmon, Sardines, Shrimps, etc.  Fruits  Oranges, per dot. ...40c and 50c  Bananas, per dos 40c  Lemons, per doz 50c  Patches, Plums, Apricots  D. D. Campbell  Phone Thi-M Oh!  Phone Three Oh!  Wilson  Avenue  Dairy  D. MIDDLETON  Proprietor  <J All our cows have been  tested by Dr. Ilsley, government veterinary inspector, and certified free from  bovine tuberculosis.      ��  VVW>AWSr^^><<��^r\��iaAr^a><%��fW  Firewood  For Sale, Dry Poplar Wood  $2 per rick  delivered in five rick lots  Ordera may be left at the  Record Office. THUBSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914  ��� ���iimiii "���"������ m m*M  mmm  KEWWKA  mmmm  PAOKflVI  SATURDAY  SPECIALS  There are quite a few odds  and endi of Summer Goods  still left over which will be  cleared nt Sale Prices. Size*  may be broken but you may  find yours. Come, and see  if its here. You may find a  bargain in any of the following lines:���  Men's Suits  Men's Pants in Duck  and Flannel  Men's Straw Hats  Men's Muslin Underwear  B.V.D. and C.B.G. make., ox.  H. F. HICKS  Pioneer Caili Clothing Store  WILLITS* BLOCK      KELOWNA  It is Hot  But you will forget that it is  hot if you come to our parlor  for a Pure Ice Cream Soda,  S.indas or dish of Ice Cream  Our Parlor is cool and  restful; our Ice Cream  ia delicioua and absolutely pure--and you  will think ao, too, alter  you have tried it  Try our  Horlick't Malted Milk  with or without egg,  and properly mixed  with our new Cyclone  Mixei." Itasimply great  And don't forget���For the beet go to  AlsgarcTs  PHONE 110  KELOWNA-WEST BANK  STEAM FERRY  Leatti Kelowaa 9 a.m., 3.30 p.*  Learn Westbuk 9.30 a.a., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leaves Kelowaa 11 a.n.  Learn Weatbaok 11.30 a.n.  TBRMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone No. 108  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait    .  Photographer  ���     Largest Studios in the Interior  Portraits by apf nUtwient  Pendoii Street,   -   KsUwm  s/\ZS^^^VS^^N/VS/*^WV"��^��*^^,*\^V,\/V,��^\/VNs*^  CONCRETE  WORK  I here a complete plant tl power  misers aod all appliances lor. tow*  oonstruction ol every kind, andj era,  devoting all my attention to this work,  ia which I havo had many, year*  experience.  All Kinds of Cement WojrJu  Concrete Buildings,  Foundation*: and Sidewalk*.  Excavating Contract*  H. WITTER"  OFFICE. RESIDENCE I  Cl.rn.iat a RWoSm,        WoolsalsrA..  rtomwlkck rUctosrStreet  PHONE IQy 'PHQNE.4��M  Gleaning^ qjf Wcm News  The Swedish government has issued  aa official notification ot its., strict  neutrality in the European conflict,,  ' The headquarters ol the. Women's So  cial Palitical Union, the militant sut  fragette organization   sent a proqlam-  ' ation to all its branches in the United  Kingdon, ordering the cessation pi all  acts ol militancy during the continuance ol the international crisis.  The German Federal Counoil issued  a decree prohibiting exports ol graiq  Hour, foodstuffs, meats, animal products, automobiles, trucks, motor  cycles, p?troleum, coal tar and"ooal,  oils.  The Bank of England printers, who  work on the premises, are engaged  night and day in turning out now  notes, as the bank has arranged to  issue bills to the maximum extent ol  its machinery and its charter permits,  with a view to conserving its gold  reserve.  There are 150,000 Austrians in <:,i'i  ada and those who are soldiers oan'��  ordered to their ranks by the Austrian  Consuls at Winnipeg and at Vancouver  Though there are many Servians, in  tho west the government has no i  rescntative in this part ol Canada  In regard to the financial situation  in the Bank of England, which Jt  been called on to supply an unprecedented amount of gold raised its rats  to 10 per cent., which is higher thin  it had been since the Indian Mutiny in  1867. The next highest point was 9  por cent in 18731  The trans-Atlantic service betuiun  New York and continental Mercantile  Marine Company, which controls the  White Star, Red Star, American, Left  land, Dominion and Atlantio Tram-  port lines. Sailiogs for British oofi*  via these lines was not interrupted.  NAVAL STRENGTH  In naval strength the triple entente  would be nearly twice as strong in  number of ships and men as the triple  alliance. In tho triple entente Gro.it  Britain leads with 509 ships of nil  kinds, battleships, cruisers, torpedo's,  destroyers, monitors and submariu-.'s.  To man these she has 137,000 man.   0   NATIONS WHICH MAY FIGHT  HAVE TREMENDOUS ARMIES,  Servia, one of the little nations,ol  the world, has not much of an urnvy.  Latest figures, prepared this yc.ir  shows that her army in time of peace,  numbers 32,000 men. Her w-,i  strength is 240,000 and in addition to  this lorce she has an unorganVad.  body of men who, in case of dire necessity, could be called on lor .servico,  number 60,000 more. This body oi  men would be but a speck eompurod  with the tremendous armies whioh  would be called upon to shoulder  arms if Russia, France and Great Britain, composing the triple entente.  took, up tho cause oi Servia.  Russia leads all the big countries  mentioned both in peace strength ami  war footing, although her war looting, is but 300,000 in excess ol lh.it  of Germany. She has 1,290,000 mon  in times of peace and 5,000,000 as >  war footing.  ���    ss.   Chi.i    ���  ABMIBS OP TRIPLE ENTENTE  . France has 720,000 lor a peace guard  and 4,000,000 as a war footing. Great  Britain has a peace footing of "ii,-  000 and a war footing of 730,0(1 >. Tha  total armies of tha triple entente number 2,261,500 in times of peace and,  the gigantic number ol 10,230,000 in  times ol war. The same three cv.iv  tries have a combined lorce ol 8,200,-  000 unorganized men of military and  who could be drawn on in caoa oj  emergency. This would make tho ctii'  pendous number of men available., Ii.r  aotual service in tho triple ont nts, <��,  elusive ol those of Servia nearly 20,  000,000.  The total ol the throe countries com  posing thc triple alliance, Austria!  Germany and Italy, are almost as  staggering. The total war footing, ol  tho combination is 8, 400,000. Th*  peace strength 1,510,000. The  countries have aa unorganised    force,  01 men of military age whloh numbeni  5,200,000, or about 14,000,000 nun  who could in.a pinch bo called on loi  service,  Three ol the Balkan states, which  might- possibly become involved In tha  imbroglio are Roumsnia, Bulgaria em}  Greece. The combined peace lootiag  Us 1,020,000. In war footing Rouman-  la leads the three with 500,000. Bulgaria comes mat and Gtosco last.  Hollanda and Belgium have niobihmd  their forces. The latter has a lotos  of 40,000 with 45,000 reserves; tho former 30,000 and 78,000, respect ivel  a ���  T It is stated that Sir Edward Grey  told, | Mr. Andrew Bonar Law, loo hit  of. i the, opposition, that the outlook  was .perfectly hopeless and that in liis  opinion a war. lasting: twenty years  might arise out of tho present situation.  * ..  > Tho Japanese Foreign minister, Tu-  kaakki Koto, in an interview with the  Tokio correspondent ol the Times ie  cently said: "II hostilities unfortunately are forced between Great IMtain  and tho other powers, we aro ready  to do what devolves upon us in virtus  of our alliances.  . .  . King George, in a final effort 'o  prevent the outbreak ol a general European war and the meeting ol millions of men in armed conflict, saat  a despatch to Emperor . Nicholas of,  Russia and his message was understood to contain an ultimate appeal  for thp preservation of peace.  7%��< Churches  ANGLICAN  i    S��,.Mieli^aailAUlAj|gol*,,aVreh.  Mania* Prayer,  Lstaar on ths first .ad third Saaslan.  MiiilsaPwraMtJI >'*jkk Eaoktaa Fra>�� at  St Andraw'a, Okanagan Miasiqn.  First .pd third Sunday ia month, Matins ...at Litany  _       ,. at 11 a.m.  5.&MKa Sunday. Holy Conaaauiniora .1,8 a.ra.  REV, THOS. GREENE, B. A.. R*w.  I'HESBYTEfilAN  !   K��>oi Presbyterian Church, Kolowna.  Mmmk9mylfua,at II a.tSH.Mala>^rjitsasat7a30  p.m.   Su.aUy Sohoolat 2'30p.m.  W.��>ly Prarsr Msstins an Wsdnasdsys at I p.ra  Rev. A. DUNN. B.D., Pastor  Firebox linings withstand years of use because made of McClary Semi-Steel. See a  %3fe  You'll notice tbe iininga are  made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McGlary dealer.     H  On Sale at the MorriMn-Thoiqpson Hardware Go., Ltd.  BENVOULIN 1'SESBYTEBIAN  BETHEL CHURCH!  Serric 7.30 p.m.  Sunday School 2 30pm.  RUTLAND  Sanaacs 11 a.m.       Sunday Schwa] 10 a.m.  GLENMORE  Sorvic. 3.30 p.m.  Rev. W. T, BEATTIE. Pasta,.  METHODIST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service .1 11 ��.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sanday Sdaool .11 JO p.m.  Midwcak Mi-yte. w>de��sqVr st fl p.m.  The Montenegrin royal yacht Daga-  |arg was almost ooptured by the Austrian fleet! blockading Antivari. The,  yacht was appfoacuing the port, but  when she sighted the blockading ileot. J  slip turntai and (led, She. was pursued by Austrian destroyers, but arriv  ,ed salajy. oti Corltj,  ...  I Germany's population is 67,612,000,  This is un increase of 931,000 In a  year. In forty-two years sho has  gaincxl. 26,000,000, white Frniice t is  but. 3,'000,000 more, people than .hi  .had t honv Germany, Austria and Italy  which, lorn, the Triple AlKanos,   hav-i  population ol 152,000,000. England  Franco..snd Russia number 253,000,01.0  It is. Rauwia's vast population tli.it  gives thia advantage. The population  of Great. Britain is about 48)000,000,  while France contains nearly. 40,000,-  OODpeople.  BAPT1ST.  . Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellas Si.  Sabbalh S.rvics .1 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  ���bbMh School >t 9.30 ��� m.     All welcome  Wed. 7JO. p.m. Ray, D. J. Wcl.li, Paalor  IJA.BLE TO SEI&UHE.  mm  ENGRAVING--.  ETCHINGS AND HALFTONES  ��� ARE, NOW BEING MADE IN  WESTERN CANADA.BY;THE  MOST SATISFACTORY PRO-  CESS KNOWN to IHE..W0RLD  THE "ACIQ B(-ASJ" PROCESS  MAKES YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS   LITERALLY TALK ���-  MAfJUFACIURtD IN HESTERS  CANADA  KvTHtO.l:lAN0i)|8nlttHC(ol  Many inquiries have been- reoeived ut  shipping offices as to whether a ship  leaving,port, while the nation whoso!  flag-it flies-is at.peace is.liable to  sauure.at sea by an-enemy which declares wat. batons, tha ship. haa. nude  its port, Tha question is one- which.  has<baarM>u>zling~the officials.ol many  ol the shipping companies, and moat  at) them.;were not., uninjured to answer  iit.  Many steamship man behsvod that a  iship.loa.ving port uudor. tha. conditions  stated, would he, safe until; it reached  its part. Thia view,,however, is. a  mistaken one, according, ta Professor  George,. W>. Kirchww. of. ColumiJe  University, one, oi the. foremost auth*  orities on international law in thii.  country.  "A declaration ol war takes effect,  all over the world at the moment oil  declaration," said tno professor last'  week. |  "As soon as a nation haa decla.'ed  war, it may seize any ship on the aea  flying the flag of an enemy, whether  'or not that ship left port before , the  'declaration of war was made,  "Similarly, a vessel flying a neutral flag, but carrying contraband ol  war, is liable to be confiscated ind  soizod as a prise by n belligerent power at any time after the declaration  of war, whether the vessel loft (or!  before or after the war was declared."  LOuh     rVUHlij    lUiH  AOMITS  THE KBLOWNA IIECORD  sasaimiiaw   m   Are YOU Getting �� Profit From  Eyerjr Square Inch ctf Floor Space ?  ���yHIS Book will tell you  *   how  you_ can doubJs.  your available floor space  without adding to your present building. It will show  you how to make every  square inch of floor space  pay a profit. It contain, a  wealth, of valuable informa-  ������� far the retailor. whoJe-  aala rnerchan. aad muufec-  lunr. It may prove worth  huoA.* of dollar, to YOU.  Il it brimful of sthjgtatisu  for tb* widaawaka businau  maa who dasiras to increase  hisoficitney. Wo'Il gladly  *mi it fiat upon request.  OTIS-MiNSOM   CLCVATOR COMPANY  60 BAY 6T��� TORONTO  LIMITM  5i CONTRABAND i OP WAR  The following is a. dailnition oi what  ia contraband, ol war undw the. Treaty  of I-oftdon, drawn up In lttOlt. Thia  traaty ostabliRhod throe classifications  of enrgaes in neutral vowels, namely:  Absolutely free cargoes or parts of  cargoes.  Ahaalutely ciuitrabund,  C'oniitiionaliyi contraband.  , Absolntoly free article* include col  tons, nilks, andi other textile materials, eithiu; raw or manufactured-, gums  resins and comutoditiea ol that class;  hides, Inirna and fertilizersl earths and  saina "lays, am? stone and articles manulac  tund. therefrom; chemicals, agnail  . tural machinery and a numbat- of ar-  tide* not, of. value, in warfare.  i Ahaalutely. contraband- articles in  elude, arme,! ammunition, military  wuiipment, ol every Und, includlnr  horses.  Conditionally, contraband are food  supplies, money, airship, and flyln;  machines.  The treaty ol London only relates  to. neutral vessels.  mmmrmmm  This space will be /��// every  week of interesting announcements concerning Ladies' and  Children's Wear, Household  Linens. &c.  r  OPPOSITE THE CASORSO BLOCK  mmmm m  PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  ft    ;'.'  -*v*i  Build Concrete Barns  and Barnyards  VOU will find that they are best  * at first and cheapest in the end.  CoMreta bvaUinn cannot burn and many dol  Ian aw saved in War insurance ratio). They  need practically no repairs and never need  paintMf.  Concrete barnyards make tha beat kind  of ��� feeding floor and save many dollars in  feed hum, h your Hock gets every particle  that you feed to the*.  ���teas' for thu free book"What ths Farmer  Can do Whs, Concrete," It shows just how  *�� ButM yew ewa concrete bam, feeding-  \ mmm my other buikttaf ihM you mayoNd.  Farmer's UfaamatJea Bureau  Cauda Carnal Ceapuy Laafted  Mi Herald BeiUiag, Meaereal  ���y  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  Phone 3302 Box 493  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and Masonry  ���Made of the highest quality  talc money can buy���milled  to infinite smoothness, and  then perfumed with the  genuine "coasoM" perfumes.  ,   Ideal Orchid  OrSOtl S Peauader  VieUt  &  Don't buy (heap, iaferior tales,  co.rs.ly ��� Hlea ant ckaaaly  scentsd, whaa by askan. for  COUON'I you caa fstthaW  Ask your Druggist  Miil.br ��  aovaaatoN paaruMss lusitbd, Toaoaro  il"Mil  Better to be Safe  Than Sorry  MOST people, when not feeling well, think���"I  will wait and see; perhaps I shall feel better tomorrow. At such a lime the prompt use of  Eno's "Fruit Skit" rids tha system of disease germs and  prevents the spread of the malady.  ENO'S "FRUIT SALT  keeps the liver working, preventing lhe accumulation of  poison in the blood, which, when allowed to continue  unchecked, might develop into Fever. Without tuch a  simple precaution as Eno's "Fruit Salt," the jeopardy of  life is immensely increased. Better be safe than tony.  Eno's is much more efficacious than the effervescing waters  of potassium or soda, and it supplied to you at less than  one-tenth the coat  Order a bottle TODAY from your looal dealer.  Pftpatti only by  J.C.ENO, Ltd, "Fruit Salt" Works  Londm, England  Afoot* fat Caaadai HareUr.MsehUOCevLMlasi,  .���MoCaallt.Torwie.  Description of  Noxious Weeds  WHICH MUST BE DESTROYED  BY PROPERTY OWNERS  J.���Canada Thistle. Plant wilh deep  running root stalksl stem 2 to 4 teat  high. Loaves variable in shnpo, but  very prickly and somewhat downy  beneath. Flowers variable iu size and  Irom a pale purple to white pink,  2.���Perennial sow TltUtlo. A deop-  rooted plant with large vigorous iana  ning root-stalks. Stems ono to live  feet high, hollow and branching nt top  Loaves long, deeply out. ond edged vith  solt spines. Flowers bright yello-v.  IJ inohes across. Whole plant Mini  with bittor, milky juice.  3.���Pull Thistle A tall, widely  branching, coarse appearing plant.  Flaiwers purple, ono and one-hall inches high by ns much across. Seed similar but larger than that ol the Canada thistle.  4.���Russian Thistle. A large, bushy,  prickly appearing plant, containing  small prickle-tipped leaves when young,  and spiny braots (leaves) when older,  When i|uitc young, it assume* a somo-  what spherical top. Seeds aro borne  in axils ol loaves. Found mostly in  hard dry soil.  5.���Wild Mustard or Charlock. An  orcct, rough appoaring, branon'ag  plnnt, one to three loet high, rovcred  with still, somewhat downward direot  ed hairs. FloworB bright yellow, fragrant, two-thirds inches ncrosB. Heed  puds 1 to 2 inches long, nnd contain  about 10. to 15 seeds. Leaves large  and wry rough on odgos.  6.���Tumbling Mustard. A pin ,'lo stem  broadly branching plant, 2 to 4 lent  high. Flower pale yellow, one-third  inch in diameter. Seed pods 2 to 4  inches long and contain about 100  seeds. LeaveB skeleton like, or com-  posed ol pairs ol small leaflets, ileopW  serrated. Very few hairs on plant in  comparison to wild muBtard.  7.���Ball Mustard. A tall, crest sparsely branched plant. Flowers orange-  yellow, one-eight inch across. Stud  pods on snort stalks, touaiii-ih and  contain but one socd oaoh. Lowor  leaves lnnce-shapcd, stem leaves arrow  shaped, not indented on edges.  S.-Stink Weed. A bright green  erect, smooth appearing plant, slightly  branches. Flowers white, onc-clghth  ol an inoh across and at first in small  flat clusters. Pods flat, three-quarters  inch across, containing ,6 to 16 seeds.  Leaves rather long and coarsely toothed, Plant has characteristic odor.  Often known as Pennycross.  9.���Ragweed, Coarse branching plant  with hairy stem, 2 to 4 feet high.  FloworB small, yellowish, .Seeds small  brown, somewhat pear-shaped. Leaves  skeleton-like or composed ol pairs ol  leaflets not unlike those of the tumbling mustard. Plant has a very da  testable odor.  ln.-Bluc Bur or Stick Weed. Plant  erect, branching, and entirely covered  with numerous whito hairs. Flowers,  small, pale blue, about .'one-eighth inch  across. Seeds about one-oighth Inoh  long, pear-shaped and dark brown in  color. Lenves vTry long, narrow, and  hairy and stockless,  11.���Dodder. Plant with long slender  reddish stems, which twino arouad host  plant (usually alfalfa or clover).  Flowers whitish or pinkish in dusters.  Seed small, brown, irregularly shapo-l.  Plant appears to have no loaves. Has  roots but draws its noiiiishmrnt Irom  host plant.  RADIUM AS EGO PRODUCER  (���real and manifold as are ' the  wonders of radium, it might be will  to receive the following information  with some reserve.  It is reported that an American  farmer named Cyrus Whiffle has  been prospecting in Paradox Valley  Colorado, and oame home recently  bringing with him a small sack ol  radium-bearing ore, dumped some nf  the pieces in the drinking fountain  used by the Whiffle hens,  As a result, aocording to Whiffle, tho  wator became strongly radioactive, tne  hens drank it, and their eggs prod lotion almost doubled. Many ol the  hens began laying two eggs daily.  Whiffle says that his entire family,  since beginning to oat the radioactive oggs havo gained steadily in  strength, and that all their ailments  have disappeared.  Queen Wilhelmina ol Holland has issued an urgent decree ordering tha  general mobilization ol the Dutch  army.  Every berth ol the trans-Atlantic  steamer sailing Irom France before  September 15th haa been sold abd  many thousands of Americana travel  Ung have become almost panteotrlok  en. Oae .of them gave 11000 recently  ly for a steerage ticket.  Game Wardens'  Annual Report  PROPOSED CHAEGES REGARDING  GUN LICENSES  THURSDAY, AUGUST 0/191* ���  ���a _jl   .'     ' V)   i  The ninth annual report ol tbe Provincial Game and Forest Warden, Mr.  A. Bryan Williams, has just been issued from the government printing office. It contains an exhaustive explanation of the reasons which actuated  the government in enacting the new  amendment, making it compulsory for  e.erybody who carries firearms to  take out a license. Apropos ol the  fact that tho Game Act has again  been tbe source of many Complaints,  tho important announcement ie made  that an entirely new aot haa bean  drafted, whioh, it is hoped will bo  bu more Satisfactory and intelligible  to the general public.  In the, question ol licensee tor Carrying firearms.   "It is to be regretted",  says the report, "that many ol the issuers of licenses took   little    or    no  trouble to  inquire into the eligibility  of tho   poople   applying   lor     them.  Thorc is no doubt that a good many  were    issued   to boys under    sixteen  years ol ngo without the request     ol  their parents;  "also the free licenses  issued to the farmers and prospectors  were given to many people who    .had  no right to them.    The section ol th]  act with regard to these lioenses needs  amending.   At the present time    any  body with a tree miner's license   can  demand a free firearms lioenae and it  lias to be issued, though it may    bu  vory obvious to the issuer that he   '.a  not a prospector    at all. Free    prospectors' licenses should only be issued  for the district intended to be    i-rof I  pected, and also ior limited    periods,  it this were done it would be possible'  to    refuse    the barristers,     totelttt'n,'  merchants, etc. who have minors' li J  censes simply for the sake of   holding:  mining rights, many of. whom irobab-;  ly shoot for sport on their fi jo    li-!  censes. j  "With the   introduction of   the gun'  licence there   havo been demands   for;  more game wardens from every distri it I  in the province.   Some moi-'e aro cei  talnly needed, but it all the   requests I  were complied with about treble   laat  year's appropriation would be needed J  There is no doubt, however. that some  districts without* deputies ahould have  them, and one; or two need additional  men, particularly so ia thia the oase on  Vancouver Island.  At the present time  apart Irom   the offioe staff, there ar  twenty-six permanent salaried deputies  and with dose   on to 40,000   licena,  issued, taking Indians into consideration as wdl, the average number    c  men shooting to each deputy will ar>  proximate 2,000.   Ot course, there art  a lew specials put on at timea,    and  the    provincial and    munioipal polise  have given a great deal ol help, Mr  ticularly so in onioning the hunting license.   That the taws have bean    enforced, as well as they have by    than  lew men speaks well lor the work they  have done.    There is, however,    still  room lor improvement aod a few more  permanent men would make a vast dii  terence.  FRANK KNAPTON  Shoe Repairing  NOW REMOVED)  Next door to Tab's  Shoe  Store    -    Bernard Avenue  V V UUU ��� Guarantee.  ineandFir, 16-in.  Guaranteed drv wood ready for burning  CASH PRICES  One to four ricks... $2.75 riok    Five or over... .$2.50 rick  Delivered anywhere in town TELEPHONE 183  Maclaren & Co.  Orders may be left with the Okanagan Loan & Investment Co.,  (Phone 98)  -.SS-^Ci^"  /  s  How to Save Money.  If there is a better way of doing your work, a  way that will cost less in money or require less  labor, ycu are losing something if you do not  know of it.  That knowledge is available for you, in fact  every effort is made to induce you to acquire it,  through ths aUvertising columns. If you do not  take advantage of that information by reading the  advertisements, you are neglecting opportunities  that r..i{,..t benefit 5-ou very materially. You may  not have immediate use for all the things advertised, b:!t it is more than probable that you will  see something to meet your personal and particular requirement::.  Re2d ths advertisements regularly.  -ti.-ra.TT.: ;m.  jasva-aainto ibis  IKik.j'uliHhU!;  SBSV  BBica-F SVNOICAIS kiiLJH  iias:��';,.-...-��i-s.,.'!'!i  SEKVIA AND ITS RULES  King Alexander ol Servia is only 26  years old. Uis father, King Peter, recently issued a royal' proclamation  declaring that owing to ill-health he  was unable to perform his duties, and  in accordance with the Servian conati-  tutioni "confided, the government oi  Servia to my heir, the Crown l'rinoe  Alexander, during my illness." Thus  Alexander ol Servia, is one ol the  youngest European sovereigns. Ha is  a beepootaoled, well built young man  with a studious and refined tcmpiru  ment that commands respect regardless of his rank and position, and was  popular as a prince among the S��  vian people, and was educated in St-  Petersburg, where hia eyes and ourr  were always kept open for ideas and  reforms in his own country. But dee  pite his popularity in some quartets  there is much dissatisfaction among  certain classes in Servia, and 'the path  ot the young monaroh is not apt to hi  a rosy one. The estimated popula  ti'an ol Servia ia 3,800,000, which ia  loss than that ol a number of individual American states, The civil Hat is  1325,000 and the army consists ol oi,  000 on-a peace footing, 308,000 reserves, and 340,000 as a total wat  strength. Servia recently came in lor  some severe criticism for her attitude  in the Balkan troubles, and her population is rather heterogeneous, considering the site ol'the oountry. The S��i-  vians played a rather important part  tn European affairs for many yet *  hut it was only In 1S7\ alter iho  congress oi Berlin, that Montenegro,  Servia and Roumania became independent.  Misa Merle Thompson celebrated her  18th birthday yesterday.  Milk From Healthy Cows  Our cowa have all been teated during the paat week by  Dr. Haley, government veterinary inspector, and have  baen certified FREE FROM BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS  THE A. L. L. DAIRY A. Lance   ���   Prop.  Our Dairy and Afternoon Tea Room is now open  on Pendoii Street, for aale ol Teas, small fruits and cream  Two Deliveries Daily  TERMS CASH  Rstail Dairy. Pandosi Street, Phone 27  Ranch Phone, 3307  ASK FOR  The Worth Beit  Send for Five Roses  Cook Book-  COVPQN  WHm Ntttt m4 a4m lUUy.  D��l fctfM M mmm* To* CMYto  mnmm '  MAMt O* DCMI* mt  BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES cmfjly  dtom from tko eoMriWwM of ovor two thoumd  ���ucccMful turn of Fi vt RbM* Flow throughout Cwvtd*.  Abo UnM Nmm m tho vwmmm clmw of food iHlngi  to 0A ill of wrtkfe hwt bttn ctielolljf chocUd hhJ  M-cImcM b)r cOta|Mt*nt ���ulhorfcy,  mmmmmmmmM*mmmWM��mtom^  W. R. GLENN 4 SON, Ag.nte   .   Kelowwt, B.C. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914  KELOWNA   RECORD  PAGBSMTIM  Agents for  McCormick and Deering  Rakes  Mowers &  Hay Tedders  AU the different sizes in slock  Feed'  Baled Hay  ���       Poultry Supplies  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealera in  Farm and Orchard Implements  Pendozi street fit Lawrence Avenue   -   KELOWNA  PHONE 150  ��� 42 -  Moth Proof Cedar Chiffoniers  Size, 4-ft. wide, 5 drawers, $7.75  ��� 38-ins. ���  3      ���      $6.00  These goods were purehaaed at 50c on the dollar and are aold  at half price  20  I  Discount on Baby  Carriages, Go-Carts,  Grass Chairs, Upholstered Goods, Musical Instruments, ficc.  Restmore Felt Mattresses    -    $7.50  Guaranteed (or 10 years, full aize, reduced (rom $10  Kelowna Furniture Co.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  .  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings, Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Furnished Cottage to Rent  Fully Modem.   Within two minutes of the lake.  Rent $25 per month  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  Rival Naval Strength!  of European Powers  In the event of war developing between the nations of the Triple Entente and thoae ol the Triple Alliance  approximately 2,000 war vessels of all  classes would be involved in the struggle. The following tables will afford  an estimate of the warships of the  principal powers.  TRIplE ENTENTE  (Irout Britain  Built  HujKr-alroudnaughts   ...   13  Dreudnaughts     16  Other battleships     486  Armored cruisers     34  Cruisors    72  Destroyers  ,   21S  Torpedo boats     108  Submarines         .  ...   77  Bldn'g  n  ,    Totals ..'.   ...  France  Stiperitrcudnuughts   f  Dreadnaughts    Other battleships    Armorod cruisers    Cruisers    Destroyers    Torpedo boats    Submarines    503      100  . ... 2    27  ... 22    15  ... 84  ... 324    78  ...    552  Totals    RusBia  Super-dreadnaughts    Dreadnaughts   Other battleships     13  Armored cruisors ...... ,     6  Cruisers     8  Destroyers     50  Torpedo boats     42  Submarines   31  Benvoulin Notes  ttram oaf am OorrcsDoaad.nl.)  Rev. W. T. Beattie will preach a  Temperance sermon next Sunday evening taking as his subject "Three Reason's Why I am a Total Abstainer."  The young people of Benvoulin desire  to thank all those who so kindly a dj  efficiently assisted in the programme  at'thoir lawn sooial last Thursday  evening.  A very successful lawn social -van  given by the young people of Benvoulin on Thursday ovening of last  week nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs.  Iteid.  The lawn, booths and tables were  tastefully decorated with cut flower*  and bunting.  There was a large crowd present and  everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy  themselves.  The following program wa�� rendered  by local and town talent and by tht  number of encores demanded the program seemod to be highly appreciated.  A feature of tho evening was an address by Mr. I,. V. Rogors, of Kelowna  whioh evoked loud applause.  Vocal solo.��� Mrs. Fisher  Vocal duet.���Miss Fleming and     Miss  Dilworth.  ."���ornet solo  Mr. Thompson  Vocal solo  Mr. Mawhinney  Recitation  Mr. Coven.ro  Totals     159        88  TRIPLE AU.IANCK  Germany  Super-droadnaughts  Dreadnaughts    Other battleships ...  Armored cruisers ...  Cruisers     Destroyers    Torpedo boats    Submarines    . 17  . 30  !)  . 37  141  . 47  .  27  Totals    Austria  Super-droadnaughts .  DrcadnaughtB    Other battleships ....  Armored cruisors ...  Cruisers    Destroyers    Torpedo boats    Submarines    .. 2  14  3  5  18  63  113  10  51  Totals    Italy  Super-dreadnaughts     ...  Dreadnaughts   4         2  Other battleships   11  Armored cruisers   10  Cruisers   13  Destroyers   32        10  Torpedo boats   ��T         8  Submarin'as  118 9  Totals   185        37  The foregoing figures do not incluah)  scout cruisers of the lesser tnincellene  ous ships of tho several fleets. In  addition many of the ships desoribed  as building have since these figures  were compiled boen placed in commission. It is impossible to obtain an  accurate estimate of the commissioned  strength of the different European aa  vies, but the figures quoted afford a  comparison whloh gives an exccHont  approximate idea of bow the floote  rival each other numerically.  WAR WOULD COST IMMENSE SUM  Vocal solo  Address    Vocal solo    Instrumental solo  Vocal solo       Vocal solo      Vocal duet ���Mi  Munson  Miss ('lower    Mr. Rogars    Miss Munjnn    Miss Newman  ...   Mrs. Thompson  Rev. W. T. Beat,,.  0 lower and   Miss  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate i* duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type.  WQar/s  %*#  will take extra large pieces of  wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McGlary dealer to show you.  On Sale at the Morrison-Thompson Hardware Co., Ltd.  WEATHER REPORT FOR JULY  July 1  Lo    suro you    can obey   good laws  More you alter bad onw.���liuskin.  Houses to Rent  7-roomed house on St. Paul street, all  modern conveniences. Beat 130.00  per month.  4-roomed Bungalow, Richter strut,  electric light and city water. Rant  120.00 per month.  6-roomcd house, Woodlawn, good garden. Rent 120.00 per month.  4-roomod house, good location. Rent  ���12.00 per month.  Okanagan Loan k Investment  Co., Ltd.  The cost of a general war in Kit-  rope would be (19,755,625,000 a year.  If such a war comes and lasts five  years tho cost without indemnity  claims will reach the amazing total  of t08,778,125.000.  These figures arc based on the coat  of a general war involving only tier-  many. Franco, England, Russia, Italy,  Austria, Servia and Roumania. The  following figures show the daily cost  ol a war involving tho eight power,  named:  Provisioning of troops, 112,500,000.  Feed for horses, 112,000,000.  Pay for soldiers and sailors $4,250,-  000.  Wages (arsenals and harbors,) II,  000,000.  Mobilization, 12,000,000.  Transportation of arms   and  stuffs, 14,000,000.  Ammunition (15,625,000.  Fitting out army, t4,000,000.  Ambulance servioe 9500,000,  Movement of ships, 1500,000.  Reojuiaitions, property damage etc  12,000,000.  Support   (or     population  means, 26, 760,000.  Deficit in taxes 154,126,000.  Annual coat, for eaoh man  fighting forest: Austria 1186;  9322; German}-, 1336; England,  Italy, 1379; Russia 1312.  food-  without  in    lho  France,  tBaOi  SPECIAL SALE of  Baby Carriages & Go-Carts  Continued This Week  PRICES RUN  $2.95, $3.60, $4.00, up to $25.00  See Our Windows  Dalgleish & Harding  Hardware  Fumiti  ure J'-fiW.  PAGE EIGHT  KELOWNA  RECORD  tHTJUBDAT, ATOCST ��, ��U  Mountain Playgrounds  of the Dominion  An unusual government public,.tion  hus recently been issued by the Dominion Park* Branch of the Department  of the Interior. It consists of -,  souvenir booklet, artistically bound in  duplex leather wild grass paper und  tied with un olive green Bilk 'ord.  Tin- lettering is embossed in gold and  u very unique design has been chosen  for the cover. The latter is cut out  so ns to form a sort of frame and in " ��P0HI lon-  this is    insert ft spray of     Canadian  sources of revenue a nation can possess. The tourist revenue ol Switzerland per year is placed at 160 million  dollars, that of France at 600 millions, that of Italy at over 100 millions. The sum which Americans an  nua.ly spend abroad is estimated at  the enormous total of five hundred  million dollars. It would .appear,  therefore, thut the creation of national parks, which are one of the best  means of attracting and providing for  tourist travel, may well bo considered  as it is now being considered in the  United    States,    as a "solid business  It is on other grounds than     oonv  heather from the Rocky Mountains mercial, however, that the parka lay  Park, tho purplish flower of the heft-,oItti�� t(> ^cognition. Chief of these  ther against tlio wood-brown back- ,is A" ftid to producing otTioient citi-  grottnd making a very attractive cot- j^ons. These great natural reserves are  or combination. Tho matter is sot reservoirs of vitality for tho race,  up In 10 point fusion old Btylr typjAs ���� antidote to the ills of over-  ond the booklet is illustrated through-]civilization and the complex life of  out with vignettes of scenes in lhejmod��'n <ritio11 tnoy olT,'r tnG ��PP��rt����  liunlF and Yoho parks printed in gol- ;>*>' (i>r life >n the wilderness and   the  don olive by tho offset, method. JJy  this method, which hns so far l-km  but little used in Canada, the difficulty which formerly existed in printing  hall-tones on anything but smoothfaced paper hus beon overcome. lhe  process involves taking nn impression  from tho plate on a cylinder covered  with a rubber blanket nnd then transferring or offsetting it to the paper  whloh is carried round n third  cylinder.  It  will no    doubt be a matter     of  best sort of recreation where fresh  air, sunshine and beautiful scenery uic  combined. The problem of tho preservation of tho vitality of tho raor  is admitted by all conservationists today, to be the first of all conservation  problems and the value of parks, playgrounds and recreation in this respect  is each year being given a larger  placo.  The educational and patriotic. influence of the parks is also touched  upon ns well as the work whioh     lhe  Surprise to many to learn that Can- Dominion Parks Branch is doing in  ftdu possesses n heather of her own. the preservation of native wild life  This plant is not, as it has some-j in connection with the buffalo, elk  times been called, a "poor relation/' j antelope, etc., as well ns bird life.  of the Scotch heather, but 1ms u mm- There is also pointed out tho need foi  ily connection and standing of Us the creation of Historic Parks as a  own well recognized by botanists and moans of preservation for our historic  is nearly allied to tho heather of lhe sites, many of which we are allowing  British    Tsles.    The booklet gives    an   to disappear.  interesting aceounl of tho locality 1 A now line of development which ir  from wnich the souvenir was gathered, worthy of consideration, is suggested,  Simpson Pass, ubout thirty miles I viz; the provision of national narks  south of Banff, and of some of thi; not,* our congested centres of popula-  leginds and stories connected with thu'tion. AH modern town planning  heather in other lands. Its main makes provision for parks and play-  purpose, however. iB to call tho ntten 'grounds within    tho city   itself,     but  while these are useful and necessary  they provide a means of recreation for  the attractions they offer to those'a few hours at most. The national  who are able to visit them, but also parks would reserve largo aroaB whore  to their value in the national life, 'people would bo free to go as long  Their commercial potentialities nre ias they desired. Such parks would he,  somewhat startling. It is poin'ftd Mn reality, 'people's estate' and would  out that owing to the increasing mod* afford to tho ordinary citizen many of  tin taste for travel, striking scenery ! tho advantages which tho man of  hus become one of tho most valuable j wealth possesses in his country estate.  tion    of   Canadians to thc National  parks of the dominion,  not only     to  In the words of the booklet they  woulh be places where the poor could  get a summer cottage or camp site  for a nominal rental, where boys and  men could camp and fish and study  nature, where the sick and delicate  could find new stores, of health in the  groat out-of-doors, by right of-citizenship, without leave or hindrance of  anyone."  There is still within easy rcavh of  many of our large oities, land available for such a purpose which is oith-  or publie domain or procurable tt* low  cost. Tt would seem worth while considering the advice given by Ambuss \-  dor Bryce in Ottawa, before his return to Kngland, namely, that the  time to set aside public domain for  the future needs af the people is now,  not whon the encroachment of civilization has rendered this almost impossible.  Moving Picture Teacher  WORLD'S RECORD FOR tiUN  MOVING  gui n  hitch  wliicb  The world's record for transporting  guns hy road was recently aooompliuU-  i-d by the Yorkshire Territorial but  I cry of Artillery at London.  Misprinting with horses, the  nnd ammunition wagons were  od to powerful nutamobilea,  hauled them to the coast, a distance  of 116 miles, in 74 hours without my  mishap. Horses would have taker  three or four days to do tho jourmy.  The feat was performed as nn experiment in rushing guns to lhe  coast to repel possible invasion.  Rlnie��� After I wash my face I look  in the mirror to see if it's clean. Don't  you?  Bobby.���Don't have to. I look at 111 J  towel.  Any cownrd can fight a battle whtn  lie's sure of winning, tint givo me the  man who hns pluck ta fight whon he's  sure of losing.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Estimates Furniahed for all clai  of work  Few people, Bays a writer V The  World's Work, realize to what extant  the cinematograph haa come to bo  used ae an instrument of education.  It means a true visualization and realization of life where hitherto only an  indefinite printed description of It wus  acquired. Members of the Aoademiq  Franeaise, in reply to a question tiom  the Paris Figaro, have declared themselves in favor of this living photography in the schools of France. Last  winter the Prussian authorities used  the cinema in some of the most advanced educational systems in th��  world���the schools of Berlin. An American university has introduced a four-  year, courso in the art and science of  cinematography.. In this oountry  gatherings of teachers and thoae con  corned in education have voted strongly in favor of animated photography  ns part and paroel ol the curriculum.  Il briifgs vividly before one the intense cold, atmospheric conditions,  blizzards and life peculiar to the re-  gions around the Polos and the sweltering heat, vegetation, methods ot  living and transport of the tropics;  on�� is brought faco to face with the  primitive life, habits and customs of  tho aborigines of the least-known Corners of the world; while oven life Im  mediately around us is rcvoaled in a  manner which hitherto was impossible.  Far moro important, however, is its  mission in teaching how to combat  disease and death. Tho animated photograph is an unrivalled vehiole for  demonstrating the right way to Uv  Films are being shown to illustrate  the ravages of consumption and the  methods by which they can be arrest-  ed. A Cambridge investigator hes  prepared a lengthy ribbon emphasizing the relations of sound teeth to  general health end how the teeth may  bo preserved. The welfare of the blind  iB one of the most powerful orusades  of the moment, and here again the  film is being utilized to impress the  subject moro indelibly upon the public  mind than has been the case hitherto.  Institutions nnd organizations have  been established to    wage   campaigns  upon subjects of infinite variety by tho  aid of the cinema. Ono brings home  tho disease propagated,and dissominn-  tcd by the common house fly; another  explains tho menace of the unhygienic  methods attending thc distribution of  milk; tho third illustrates the proper  way to rear the baby.  ���a    PROFESSIONAL AND  ��      BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public  Conveyancers, etc.  U&cWfAM.Caa.Sm.C.ln^.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Surceuore  Water Supplr, Im'sation. SaMmskxn, mc  S.CW.., Block ���B��26j  KELOWNA,  B.C.  R. B. KERR  Borriater  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C,  WEDDELL &GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Willlt'a Block   -   Kelowna, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Hewetson Block, Kelowna   -   'Phone 206  P.C. Box, 509  C. Harvey. B.A., Sc.. CE, D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Box 231  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  ENTIST  r. 0. Baa tie  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue,  Mr. B. tt. MEYRICK  give, lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN and ORGAN  also  French Lessons  Conversational or otherwise  STUDIO -Morrison.Thompson Block  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR ta BUILDER  Plana and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or publicBuild-  iiigs,Town and Country Reaidencea  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  S. W. THAYER, D.V,S.  VBTERINARY SURGEON  (Graduate McCill University)  Reaidence :  GLENN AVENUE  Messages may  be  left  at tht office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury At Williams  PIANOFORTE  MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  Organist and Choirmaster of Knox Church  Kelowna, will Not Receive Pupils until  hia return (rom the Old Country in September,  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENGINEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can. Soc. CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeuor  Surveys and Reports on Irriaation Works  Applacsnons for Water Licenses  KELOWNA. B.C  Mr. W. H. PARKER, A.R.C.O.  (Assodete RomI College of Onjwttsts  London, England}  Organist ol St. Michael et All Angela'  Church, receives Pupils (or  Organ, Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Theory, &c.  at his own or pupils' reaidence.  Specual Mention to children  P.O. Box 641. Telephone 120  Address Abbott Street  CHINESE CONTRACTOR  MEE WAH LUNG CO.  Chinas. Merchants and Employment Office  Contracts of every kind undertaken  Sstasfsctoay work fusranleed  ELI AVENUE  Botw.enAbbotttiW.Mr Streets  Nssr Amor 9owt Bridie  'Telephone 141  P.O. Boa 263  ONLY EIGHT MORE DAYS  OF WONDERFUL MERCHANDIZING AT  Richmond's  Midsummer  Sale  We have never sold Men's and Boys' Suits at such low prices as we will Saturday.   Look where you will, you  will not get suits like these at the prices quoted  Men's Suits  Reg. $ 15 and $ 18 suits. To clear... $9.95  .,    20                ��� Going at $12.50  it    25   '             ��� Reduced 10*$ 15  ..    30                ��� ���     $19.50  Boys' Suits  Boya, do not let these bargains pass without securing one of these fine suits  Reg. $5.00 values.   Sale price $3.75  ..    6.00       $4.50  .,    7.00       $5.25  .,    7.50       $5.60  Men's Negligee Shirts  Soft Cuffs and Detachable Collars  Reg. $1.35.   Sale price $1.10  ���    1.50       ���     ���  $1.20  ���    1.75       ���    ���  $1.40  ..    2.00       ���    ���  $1.60  Men's Half Hose  Men's Cashmere Hose, Linen Spliced  Reg. 35c quality, reduced to 25c  Men's Heather Mixed Sox.   Rag. 35c..25c  Man's Black or Taa Cotton 3 pairs $1  Good quality  Men's Soft Felt Hats  All Shades  Reg. $3 and $3,50.    Clearing at $ 1.50  Boys'Shirt Waitts  Neat Stripes, Ate   Regularly sold at 65c  Sale price, 45c  Men's Odd Pants  in nice Stripes, Worsteds, Tweeds, tec.  Rag. $2 and $2.50.   Reduced to $1.50  ..    4 ���  $2.95  ,.   ,5  $3.95  ��    6  $4.50  Boys' Wash Suits  Reg. $1.50 for 95c  Mothers will need no telling that  95c  would hardly pay for the cost of tha  -    material in these suits.  Be at the store early on Saturday.   We're simply cutting the life out of prices.   Every day now, until the Big Sale  closes, is filled with surprises for everybody  Richmond's Cash Store for Big Bargains  Kelowna, B.C. Palrri-Olive  Special  Tiie manufacturers are going  to give you the benefit of their  advertising,   instead   of   the  magazines  With every purchase of  Palm-Olioe Cream or  Palm-Olive Shampoo,  at 50c a package, wa will  Give you��� '  Three large cakes Palm-Olive  Soap, with the manufacturers'  compliments.   This soap sells  regularly at 15c a cake  IWHENBUYINGYEASTI  INSIST ON HAVING  1     THIS PACKAGE  Census Taken of  - Indian Empire  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  P.B.Waiits&Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  LAR^E COUGAR ATTACKS  BOY  Phone 19  Kelowna, B.C.  Si'NOrSJ.S OF COAL MINING  BEGULATHMJS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbia, may  be leased for a term oi twenty-one  years at an annual rental of $1 un  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will bo leased to one applicant.  Applications   for   tho lease must bo  mado by the applicant in person    to  ' the Agent or Hub-Agent of the district  1 in whioh    the rights uppUed   for   are'  situated.  In'Surveyed territory the land must  ; be doscrilbed by sections, or legal bub-  divisions of sections, 'and in unsurvey-  ert  ..territory    the    tract applied    for  shall be staked   out   by   the applicant  himself. ,.  - Eaoh application must be accompanied by a feo of $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output oPtho mine at tho  rate of flvo oents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and,pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, tuch  returns shall bo furnished at loast  once a year. I  The lease will include the coal mining rights only,   but   the leasee may  be permitted  to    purchase    whatever  ' available surface rights may be   <'on-  i sidoiwl necessary for  the  working   of  the mine at the rate of $10 an acre.  For-   full    information    application  shot-Id be made   to the secretary    of  'If   Department   of tho Interior,  Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion lands.  W. VT. CORY.  Ila'pi ty Minister of tho Interior.  N.B.��� Unauthorized   publication    of  this advertisement will not be paid for  Some consternation was caused    at  Sea Ofctor Cove, near Bella Coola, tho  other day by a cougar attacking tho  10 year old son of Mr.  Frederiokson.  [The   monster came out of   the   bush  to the beach and sprang at tbe  boy, who in the ensuing- struggle was  Scratched  and  mauled rather    badly,  but was, however, saved from further  harui by the    appearance of   several  I persons attracted to the scene by   the  cries.     The    cougar vanished for     a  time, but roappeared some hours   later, staying in    tho    vicinity of    Mr.  Froderickson's house for quite a   long  whilo���probably iu the expectation of  some youthful and easy prey.    There  is a growing alarm in tho    neighborhood and    residents are taking    precautionary  measures far    tho protection of tho children.  At a cost of only ��135,000, and by  menus of a stall numbering about 2,-  000,000 persons,',   a general census   of  India    was    taken    on tbe   night ol  March 10, 1911,    the results,of whioh  aro embodied in a large volume issued by tho India office as a blue book.  The dilTiculty of taking a census nf a  population numbering about 300,000,-  OOO.over an area of  1,803,657 square  miles, were onormous.   They were   es,  pooially   great   owing, as tho   report  puts it, ''to the~long lines of railway  tho big rivovs on which the boats travel somo times for days without coming to the banks, the forests to whioh  woodcutters r6sort_often for weeks at  a time, and the numerous sacred   pilgrims."   i'eoplo had to  be enumerated  wherever thoy woro caught.   In     the |  case of railways,  for / instance,     all  persons travelling by rail    who   took,  tickets   irfter 7 p.m., on the night of  tho census were enumerated either oa  the platforms or    in the trains.    The  latter were all stopped at   6 a.m.   on  tho following morning in order to include tiny travellers who up till then  had    escaped     notice.    The summary  iablos show that tho total population'  of India (including native Btates)   vu  lho night   mentioned was 315,135,306,  ns against 294,361,05(1 ten years pro  vinusly, of whom 21,586,891 were Hin-  aloos,  66,li47,'29!l woro Moslems,     10,-  721.153  wero    Budhists  and 3,876,203  were    Christians.    The    literate numbered only 15,539,578 rorTons and agriculture claimed    the   labor, of   224,-  095.909.  The RECORD  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISEMENTS  There wus considerable oxcitement  iu Craabrook during the past weok,  which caused a stumpedo   to   a    gold  field     on     the     St.     Mary's   river.  Lamples WQCQ   brought in.o Crunbroefc  pi   placer gold. On Monday morning,  after the whereabouts of thu new fields  had leaked out, the grand rush took  place, Automobiles, wagons and 3ay-  uses, laden with prospectors went tu  the fields on the south bank of ot.  Mary's river about, four miles went  of St. Kugeuo itiisson grounds. Bonn  30 or 40 locations wero slaked. The  surface gravel was, punned and in all  cases fine gold was found, with some  samples running as high as 20 cenis.  Russia's Interest  in Servia  POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS  A special mobilization order in connection  with  the  A us tro-.Servian War  has been issued to apply to    western  Canada.   The order is dated July 26.  George  Reininghouti.O  Austrian   con- ,      .".i'"  ~ r-~-     r"",,w '"!"*  i a laTAAAn     i    a .      ' im����w ut tho oxpense of the orthodox  sul savs there are  150,000     Austrians    .      ,  Tlio London Times says: "Russian interests in Sei'viu nre ��t once political  and religious. Most of the Serb orthodox churches in Old Servia, Hos-iiu  arid Herzegovina woro built wilh Rue  Mtxu money.  ''The political interest of Russia  Servian independence'lies mainly in  the fact thut Servia stands athwart  tho Austro Hungarian lino of ndvancu  toward Salonika, and is a bulwark  I of i independence for, the .Balkan- Pen*  ["insula.  "The aim- of tho House of Hupshurg  constantly hus been to obtain ,>)lii  cal hegemony in the Balkans by    r  tending its po'iHtvil influence and    by  subsidizing the Balkan Catholic propa  Big Results for  in western Canada, and those- oqn  corned are notified individually by  letter that their corps hud been ordered to the front.  Proclamation as to mobilization will  be published in the German und Ruth-  cniiiN newspapers of the west,  John Robinson, of Peachland, who  is a veteran of tho Fenian raid of  1860, received last week a    medal and  churches _^^_^^__  "The question of Servia. however is  not tho only point at issue between  Russia ��nd'the dual monarchy, Tha  Ruthcniun, or Little Russian, question  is equally formidable. Twenty-fi.u  million Ruthenians, or Little Russians  live in the southwest provinces of Russia and 1,500,000 Little Russians on  the line of Galicia and northeastern  Hungary.  "A majority of there Aus4ro-Hun-  gariun Little Russians are members of  .--... tmaamm t gmuiu i,uno missians are members o  brooch made of bronze from Nelson's i tho (J reek United Church, a churoh or  flagship "Victory.*' Mr. Robinson was i thodox in its rites, but Roman Oath-  stationed *Hh *��*�� *��� * *��� *--*-*      "    * nllegiance to the govern-  stationed with tho troops at GoderUh  but the only time they came In oon-  tact with the Fenians was near    Ma-  Ijara, when the enemy was soon over-  ' come.  "Pa, what is Lent?" -  "lent, my son, is a short parl&d  of ponitonco entirely surrounded by so-  oial dissipation."  olic in  its  I ment       ^^^^^^  J "Vienna h-is, duribg recent years, en >  couraged lho Greek United propaganda  among the little Russians on both  sides of the frontier. Russia has replied by subsidizing the orthodox propaganda among tho Little Russians in  Hungary and Austria.  "The contest  is one of political in*  fluenoe under a religious cloak."  L:  e  c  \s%~- 3H-  A host of satisfied*advertisers attest the power of  these little advertisements  to get results  One advertiser, who had inserted an ad. for two Weeks,  called in to-day to cancel the  second one as one issue had  brought him more replies than  he knt-W what to do with  r-n  Try One and be  CONVINCED  The rate is Two Cents per  word for first issue and  One Cent per week after  mmm. mmmmmmmmymm  *"W>!  l'AUE TEN  KELOWNA  KECORD  ( WANTED! 1  Prapaid Bataa: 2 aaaU par ward  brat iasortion and 1 caat pat wont ior  sack anmmmmi Inaartion. No ad., b-  ssrtsa ior leas than 36 easts.  All alaaailiad aa>artilss.eais most bt,  raid tor ia adranaa owing to the aoat  aWaadiag tba booking and charging ol  aatall items.  Copy nwy ba raeaWad tor these ada  ap to 10 a.m., Thursday morning.  nmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmn=mm=Tmr=m  FOB BALK  HAY,FOB SALE. -AltaUa, Timothy  and Clover. Also Mixed. Central  Okanagan Lands Ltd. or Glenmore  Ranoh. Mtf  FOB SALE OB BENT.- Six roomed  house oa Wilson Avenue. Prioe  11,000. Terms arranged. Apply E.  England. ����  FOB SALE VERY CHEAP.- House  aad lot, 11360, oloea ia. Apply Ban  U�� Kelowna.  lttl.  TEAMS FOB SALE.-Heavy draft and  general purpose. Apply .1. Morrison  B. B. I. Phone 3*10. Mtf.  FOB SALE.��� Pun Brad young Berkshire pigi. Abo twa seated eurrey in  good condition. Apply Leslie Wl-  warth. SOU.  FOR SALE.���Pedigreed Persian Kittens, lira. J. S. Mackenzie, Glenmore. 38-7p  FOB SALE.���Canning plant and equipment.   140.00  Apply J. Gather, Kelowna Machine Shops.     Phone 340.  37-40  GRAYS  PHOTOGRAPHIC  STUDIO  It open on  Thursday  Friday &  Saturday  10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  New mountings have arrived���and  will please you  Rowcliffe Block ii.tXmlk  Notice to Growers  Farmers having contracta with  the undersigned are requested to  haul their Tomatoea to the cannery on and after Monday neit,  Auguat 10th, Saturdays and Sundays excepted. Thoae without  contracta are at liberty to haul  until further adviaed.  WESTERN CANNERS, LTD..  Leopold Hayea,  Secretary.  FOB SALE.���Property producing revenue 15 per cent. Price 14,600, terms I  12,000 cash. Also for sale liO.OO  per acre, 160 acrea good oedir and  water. Owner, Box "G" Reoord.   37  TO BENT  FOK RENT.-One of the best ten room  houses on Bernard avenue, furnished  for 125.00 per month. Apply W. H.  Fleming. 37tf,  FOR RENT.���8-roomed house with all  modern conveniences on Bernard avenue, juat east ol Presbyterian church.  Rent very reasonable. Apply H. it'.  Williams, or P.O. Box 616.        34tf.  TO BENT. ���Furniahed rooms on Lake  shore.  Apply P.O. Box 186.       Ittl.  r�� BINT.��� Sevan room houss on  Wilsan avenue. Bant tlt.io per mo.  Apply W. H. Flaming, Kalowna. Mtf  ���-���������- ������a���-^-g=B  SITUATIONS WANTED  WASHING AND HOHSEWOBK-Want  ad by hour or day. Apply Miss Berg  or Min Nelson, Ellis St.  WANTED.���Steady job on fruit farm,  by lad 18 years old. Apply J. N.  K. Long, Rutland. 37 x  WANTED.���Advertiser desires position  of trust with wholesale or retail  house. Practical experience in produoe and fruit. Age 38. M arried.  Highest references. Apply Box "W",  Record.  MISCELLANEOUS  CALVES WANTED.-M. Hereron will  pay ths highest market pries ior  heifer or bull calves of anv age. 81tf  TWEED SANITARY CLOSETS.-Con-  venient and satisfactory for r  dences without sewer or water. Call  and inspect. Dark the ahoeman opposite    Board of Trade office 3740  KELOWNA AQUATIC ASSOCIATION  Tenders wanted for refreshment  booths in the park during regatta days  Tenders must be In by July 31st,  Full particulars from H. G. M. Wilson, secretary. 36-7  TO EXCHANGE  Old country small grass farm, (13  acrea) borders of Devon and Cornwall.  Good house, gardens, and orchard tot  ranoh in Okanagan, preferably near  Kelowna and on lake shore. Photographs and toll particulars from 0. 0.  Fuller, box 496, Kelowna. 85-op.  8PIBELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will bs at Mr.  Matkls'a (over tailor shop, Paadoii  street) betwssa tba hours el 1.30 and  ��� p.m., Saturday of each wssk to meet  todies wishing io order corsets. P. 0.  Box ��M. Kelowaa. Mtf.  Ktltwaa Aautic AnedatiN. Ltd.  Notice to Members  All member* most produce membership ticker* to obtain entrance)  to the park daring the Regatta.  Ripe Fruit at  Reasonable Prices  STIRLING & PITCAIRN. Ltd..  in the courae of packing often  have tree - ripened Peaches,  Plums and. Apricots too ripe to  ���hip out, but in splendid shape  fof preserving.  Cash Sales        Do not deliver  BENNETTS  FIVE MINUTE  Mosquito Bite Core  Works like a Miracle  Unprecedented Discovery  An indispensable summer resort  companion, making camping and  boating a positive delight. Absolutely cures in five minutes, or money  refunded. Causes every trace of  swelligg and inflammation to quickly  vanish.  Pot Up in 50c bottle, oily  Bennett'i Universal Sain  An exceptionally rapid healer of  Burns (whether from fire, steam or  chemicals), Bruiaea, Cut., Boils, &x.  Heala or your money refunded-50c  Mail Orders received at  M. B. Bennett's - Penticton, B.C.  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing work a specialty  Office: No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box SI I  Still Room for a few More Customers  FOR OUR INCREASINGLY POPULAR     "  WET WASH  Coats much less than any form of washing at home, and incidentally the  goods are better and more correctly washed, and will wear longer.  Twelve more boxes to give out before we close these lists.   Rough dry  lists already closed for new customers  75c -   PER BOX  -  75c..  KELOWNA STEAM LAUNDRY  Off Pendozi Street South  Phone 139  Miss SINKINS0N  Room and Board $8.00 ap.    Table  Beard $6.00 weekly.   Late diner  Steam heat, open fire-  places in eittingrooms,  piano, lovely grounds,  tennis ot croquet lawns  926, Humboldt St.  37-0  VICTORIA  B.C.  THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Lending Library; inquire,  Secretary, Bos 382  W. B. PEASE, S. M. GORE  President Secretary  INQUIRIES INVITED  EXCHANGE WANTED  Will exohange a ohoioe block ol city  lots, situated one and a hall miles  from post office, Moose Jaw, a money  maker, for a dwelling house in Kelowna, or ten or fifteen acres of ben',h  land, suitable for' growing tomatoes  or onions. Apply Box 910, Kelowaa,  B. 0. 364  Launch for Hire  for Picnics, ox.  Apply to  Kelowna Machine Shops.  m  ICE  Delivered to any part of the oity In  wholesale or retail quantities. Prices  on application to  H. B. BUBXOH  Phons 180  .<*.  31(1.  R. W. BUTLER  BUILDER fe CONTRACTOR  Estimates furnished on all descriptions  of woodwork,  Plans aad Specifications prepared for  town and country residences  THREE HOUSES FOR SALE  OR RENT, all fitted with bath rooms,  W.C., hot water, tke  WAR DECLARED  High Pi ices Meet with Defeat  in every quarter as you mobolize around our  store. New Goods are arriving daily. Every  article among our big variety an honest value.  Children's & Ladies'wearing apparel at astonishingly low prices  gc to ggattr  ST0RE  TWraSDAT, AUGUST 9, WM   mm.  mmmMmmm.  mmm  Advanci  ng  A LREADY there has been a rapid  stiffening of the sugar market  and our advice is that there hat. been  a rite of 60c per hundred. We have  altered our price a little, but very  little, only making an advance of  25c per hundred. There it likely  to be a further advance if the war  assumes definite proportions. For  the pretent our price on sugar it  at follows:���  100 pound sacks $6.75  50 ��� ��� 3.45  20    ..      ,.      1.40  ����  �����  We would not guarantee that these prices  will hold aa thit it the season when we  look for a sugar advance anyway, and, of  course, war has assisted the rite  The  McKenzie Co., Ltd.  QuBtytSm.es ..a**        > ^IZul'mT'  Special Saturday Snaps  New Arrival To-Day of those Famous  EDAMY APRONS  UANY will be the tail  '"* end Snaps (or fast  Saturday selling. Some of  the Midsummer Sale Bargains have not yet gone.  Real Bargains for Satur-  day-Remnante; Odd lines  of Boots and Shoes; A  special Whitewear Table,  including Corsets, Drawers  Blouses, Dresses, Ace, at  $J,7Jc,50c,25c.  Our special order materials for Men's Fall and  Winter Suits and Overcoats, are just to hand.  Come in and look them  over. We'll be glad to  take your meaaure anal  guarantee you a fit or no  ���4.  Telephone 21$  FVERY arriving boat  brings cases and bales  of new Fall Merchandise,  which we will have open,  ed and marked for inspection. We have been very  careful in our purchases  of Ladies' Readv'to-W.ar  for fall ae styles seem to  change over, night We  have, therefore, arranged  with our wholesalers in  Montreal, Toronto and  New York, for tha newest,  latest and NATTIEST  which we will show from  Jim. to time.  Thomas Lawson. Limited  i -

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