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 aaaaaaaeappaa  ^6XcwwOw��\  iConVTIMHVl^l  ICdoUma  7asaa����^iaaBsasBsa-s-~     iin.ri ^ .1  \  //- Jri  VieHK**. <����"  VOL. XII.  NO. 27  KELOWNA BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. MAY 20 1920.-4 PAGES  $130 Per Annum  [Big Day of Sport Id  Kelowna Park Monday  [Baseball, Football, and Lacrosse  [League Games Figure in Day's  Programme of Events  Given fine weather, Monday, the  J 24th, should be a big day (or Kel-  I owna.   A   programme   of  tport*  | luting from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., hae  I been prepared winding up in' the  I evening with dances in the Morrison Hail and the Aquatic pavilion.  [.In the morning  will ..be  the races  and athletic event! of the school  children, and this promises, to be  1 an interesting part of the day as  ! there is likely to be keen compeli-  [ tion amongst the youngsters.   At  111 o'clock ia scheduled a league  baseball match between Vernon  I and Kelowna.   At  I  o'clock the  Fire Brigade competitions will take  [place, contestants being present  \ from Vernon and  other  places.  [ The Fire Brigade boys can usually  I be depended upon to put up a  > good display and they have been  tuning up fcr aome time so as to  be ready to defend the honor of  the city.  Following this ia another league  game of football, also between  Vernon and Kelowna, and a programme of flat races and athletics  for adults. To wind up the sports  will be a league lacrosse match  with Vernon.  G.W.V.A. Notes  The Monday's sports committee  have prevailed upon the Park  board to permit the use of the new  athletic ground in the park for the  carnival. An effort is .being made  this weekend to get it into shape  for the events. The grass is being  cut and roller is also at work.  Another of our successful smokers will be held on Saturday next.  A large supply of new blankets  has arrived.  There should be an exciting  contest for the tug-of-war trophy  on the 24th inst, as several other  teams besides ours are entering.  Our stewsrd, Mr. Pashley, is  organizing a Pierrot troupe and  has got some fine talent together.  The Women's Auxiliary are making  the costumes, which, like the  troupe, will be specially good.  The exhibition of war trophies  and sale of home cooking held at  the club on Saturday afternoon last  was well attended and in the evening the concert drew a large  audience. The Women's Auxiliary  worked hard to make the day a  success, and as a result there will  be a substantial sum towards paying our indebtedness. The war  trophies occupied two large tables  and were a very fine collection.  High School Notes  The tennis tournament mentioned last week is progressing favorably.' The winning parties of the  three sets which have already been  played are as follows: Hazel Williams and Jack Groves; Miss Caldwell and Dalzeil Walker; Miss  McNaughton and Ralph Ball.  There are atill two more sets to be  played.  e       e  ���  The proximity of the examinations is beginning to terrify us. All  the examinations but the Departmental, will be over by the 18th  of June. This leaves only four  weeks for study,  Bankers' Competition  for Boys and Girls  The public have now become  fairly familiar with the Canadian  Bankers' competitions for boys and  girls, in which prizes are offered  for calves or pigs to be exhibited  at the.Fall Fair. The contest is  only open to those under seventeen, and the exhibitors must themselves feed and care for the animals thev exhibit for at least six  weeks before the fair. All the  conditions governing the contest,  as well as an application form,  may be obtained at any of the local  banks.  Hospital Aid Lunch  The Hospital Aid are preparing  to provide lunch on Monday the  24th, in the Royal Hotel, commencing at 12 noon. For this  worthy purpose they are asking  for donations of piea,ibeans, bread  scalloped potatoes, pickles, scones  meat, apples, and, in fact, everything that goes towards making up  a lunch. These should be left at  the Royal Hotel not later than 10  o'clock the .same morning. Both  town and country residents are  invited to help and any further information may be had by phoning  Mrs. Knowles.  P. Burns & Co. are starting a new  creamery in Vernon.  The condition of Dowager Queen  Alexandra, who is suffering from  a bronchial cold, is causing anxiety,  says the Star. The newspaper cites  the fact that Queen Alexandra is  now 75 years old, and declares that  such a cold must be considered a  serious matter to a person of her  age.  "Ye,, madam, thi, ia the grade of Imperial Polarine specified tat your  car by the Imperial Pokrine Chart oi Recommendation,, and yon  Will alwaya find Imperial Premier Gasoline of uniform high quafity.  My customer, have learned that operating cost* are capt at a  minimum through uaing Imperial Polarine ".xduaively."  Reduced Operating Costs  IMPERIAL Polarine reduces automobile operating costs in msny  ways. By providing a piston-to-cylinder seal which assures  maximum power. It helps to save friction waste in every moving  part, keeps the engine running smoothly and out of ths repair shop  smi minimizes depredation. ,  Imperial Polarine prevents friction by coating every westing surface  with a heat and wear-resisting oil film. It seals all the power in ths  piston chamber. Imperial Polarine gives correct lubrication to every  part of your car.  One of the three grades described below is specially suited to your  motor. Look for the Imperial Polarine Chart of Recommendations  when you buy oil snd learn which grade to uae.  Imperial Polarine is sold in sealed gallon and four-gallon cans, 13*4-  gallon steel kegs, steel half-barrels and barrela, by dealers everywhere.  There is an appreciable saving In buying half-barrels and barrels.  flPSpt-i  IMPERIAL POLARINE    IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVT    IMPERIAL POLARINE k  (LiihtaMaWnkd,) (Maafcai heavy Mr) (bra Ui-/ha*,)  A GRADE 3MCIALLY SUITED TO  MUt SfOTOR .  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  PQHVer - Heat  .....!:   i    Brant IK;  ���   Lubrication  CltlCS  Criticizes Law Changing Role of Road  Council Asked to Put Referendum Regarding Free Hotel  Site in Public Park  The new regulations changing  the "rule of the road" which were  passed at the recent session of the  provincial legislature and which  are to come into force on the 15th  of July, were the subject of some  warm criticism at Tuesday's meeting of the Board of Trade, when  ex-president W. A. Pitcairn proposed a resolution asking the government to delay action.. His  resolution, i pon which hi enlarged  at some length.opposed the change  on the grounds that there was no  widespread demand for a change  whish would upset the habit of a  lifetime to most of the inhabitants  and the government had been given no mandate for auch legislation  the only support having come  from interested parties. The statistics and arguments advanced were  "fallacious aud misleading." The  greatest objection, however, was  the fact that only the interior ot  the province and not the coast  districts were to have the change  imposed upon them, a state of  things which it waa claimed would  be fraught with great danger as  well as being discriminatory. Very  little publicity had been given to a  matter which was vitally important to all. The resolution asked  that the "government be requested  not to bring any such charge in  the rule ot the road into effect until such change is made throughout  the province, if such change should  ultimately be made'at all."  While receiving support from  many members, chiefly on the  grounds that the difference between  the coast and the interior would  be~a source of confusion, the resolution was lost by one vote.  Mr. S. T. Elliott said that he  believed that practically every  motor driver in the province would  be in favor of the change which  would , make B.C. uniform in its  rule ot the road wilh all other parte  of the Dominion and with the  States to the south. This was supposed to be a progressive country,  he said, and he did not see why  we should be held back because  of an old Britiah custom. He wss  of opinion that the tourist traffic  from the States wss only just in its  infancy, and that the time waa ripe  for the change. He admitted,  however, that the law should.be  enforced rll over the province.  "Daylight Saving" was mentioned by Mr, A. A. Ballard, who stated that he had been requested to  bring the matter up in order to get  the opinion of the Board.  The meeting, however, showed  little inclination to deal with the  question. It was pointed out that  the scheme waa not general this  year, although several towns had  adopted systems of their own.  The Merchants' Association had  already discussed the question,  also an alternative proposal that  the clock be left undisturbed, but  that the business places close an  hour earlier each day, snd had taken no action. Finally, it was decided to leave the matter entirely  with the Merchants' Association.  The delay in getting started on  the new station buildinga and in  announcing aome more definite arrangement was the subject of some  discussion, and it was decided to  write the chief engineer to obtain,  if possible, the latest information.  Some further cotrespondence  respecting the new post office waa  read but did not aeem to throw  much light on the question.  It waa decided to send a further  request for some war trophies for  Keiowna.  Mr. Pitcairn drew attention to a  road at Okanagan Mission which  started near the tennis courts and  ended abruptly without affording  any outlet towards town. The  secretary was instructed to draw  the attention of the |road committee to this.  A letter was read from Capt. W.  H, Roberta of the Imperial Veterans' Association, stating that Mr.  R. Coulthurst had been instructed  to deal with the question of establishing an office in Kelowna.   A  very different communication hand  ed to the Board by -Mr. Neil Gie-  gory and written by Major Macdonald, an ex-Imperial officer oi  Victoria, strongly condemned the  action taken by Capt. Roberts and  his organization as misleading, the  immigration of all ex - Imperial*  being under strict supervision o  the British government.  In the report of the executive,  read al the commencement of the  meeting, the recommendation was  made that the city council be asked to submit a referendum to the  ratepayers askirg for a free site in  the park for a hotel as it was considered that no headway could be  made until this question was definitely settled. After some discussion it was decided that this request  be made;  A letter had been received by  the president from the Vernon  Board of Trade announcing that  the imperial press delegates in  their tour around the world would  visit Vernon on August 24th, and  the Vernon Board was making arrangements to motor the party to  Kelowna and take them back.  A letter was also read from Mr.  F. Napier Denison, superintendent  of the Dominion Meteorological  Service in B.C., and addressed to  Mr. R. E. Denison, in which it was  stated that arrangements had been  made by which weather forecasts  would be received and posted  daily by Mr. L. E. Taylor at the  Board of Trade building, also that  Kelowna maximum and minimum  temperatures would be published  daily in the coast papers. The  secretary was instructed to thank  Mr. R. E. Denison for the trouble  he had taken in securing this service.  in connection with the proposed  direct telephone connection with  Woods Lake, Aid. Rattenbury informed the meeting that in conversation with the general manager of  the company he had been told that  the plan would be too expensive  and that the only feasible scheme  waa to establish a separate central  office at Wooda Lake and give  connection with Kelowna in the  usual way by long distance.  Rutland News  S. Gray has been appointed registrar of voters under the new  Provincial Elections Act for the  South Okanagan division.  A number of the school children  and teachers went up to Vernon  last Thursday to take part in the  sports connected with the celebration by the Hudson Bay Co. of  their 250th anniversary. Some  half-dozen cars made the trip.  Several prizes were won by the  local scholars.  Great interest in shipping circles  centres around the statement that  an attempt will be made to raise  the Lusitania. A well-known salvage firm is mentioned as likely to  undertake the project.  Captain Hose of the Canadian  navy will probably succeed Admiral Kingsmill as director of the  Canadian naval service. Formerly  he commanded the Rainbow and  latterlj has had much to do with  the reorganization of the service.  He will leave shortly for England  to take over the naval craft consisting of one cruiser and two destroyers which have been presented  by the Admiralty to Canada. The  ships will not likely arrive till the  latter part of the summer as they  have to be overhauled thoroughly.  r own nnrrr..nnno*fltl.  Church of England service will  be held at Rutland on Sunday  afternoon at 3 o'clock.  A dance haa been arranged by  Ue R.A.C. for Friday, May 20th.  Ewart Hardie has started work  on the s.s. Sicamous.  Wilfred Marr has now returned  home from hospital alter undergoing an operation for tonsilitis.  At a meeting of the R.A.C. last  Monday arrangements were made  to purchase baseball supplies at  once, and to get to work polishing  up the team for the summer season.  Also two football games were arranged, one for tonight (Thursday)  at Glenmore, and another for Saturday in the school grounds, when  the team will meet Ellison at 6.30.  Owing to the good offices of Mr.  Hubbard of the Telephone Co. the  flag once more proudly waves from  the pole in the school grounds.  Someone cut down the ropes a  while ago, but Mr. Hubbard scaled  the dizzy height and replaced them.  The Rudand War Memorial ia  to be unveiled Monday, the 24th,  at 10.30 in the morning at a apecial  service, and it is hoped that all  Rutland, including veterans and  others, will turn out to take part in  the historic occasion. The actual  unveiling will be performed bv  Lieut.-Col. Moody, president ofthe  G.W.V.A., the Ven. Archdeacon  Greene delivering the dedicatory  prayer. Addresses will be given  by Mr. J. W. |ones, M.P.P, and the  Rev. T. Griffiths, while all will join  in singing "O Canada" and the  National Anthem. An invitation is  extended to all Kelowna veterans  (not necessarily in uniform) and  others who wish to take part, and  means of transportation wiil be  provided.  The Athletic Club concert laat  Friday was a great success, and  the good crowd which turned up  had a real treat The musical  programme rj'fl��ided by the pupils  of Mrs. Ambler was much appreciated, as well as the additional  numbers by Mr. J. W. R Browne,  Mrs. DeMara and Mrs. Trenwith,  while Mr. Drury Prvce gave some  excellent violin solos. The members of the Athletic Club won enthusiastic plaudits for their chorus,  and realty should include a glee  club amongst their other organizationa. A vocal novelty by Messrs.  A. Gray and G. Traske. also took  well. Mr. Money.s decapitation  scene was very cleverly carried  out and produced some real thrills.  It was erroneously slated last  week that Mrs. F. A. Taylor had  gone to the old country. She did  not.  The Jack MacMillan Chapter  I.O.D.E, is offering a prize of $10  to the pupil gaining the highest  marka in the coming entrance  exams. The school principal will  award the scholars' marks covering the various tests and the winner chosen by the* totals.  Wagstaffe Limited, One of the  biggest fruit preserving plants in  Canada, has been forced to close  down on account of the sugar  shortage. This is the firrt time in  its history the factory has been  compelled to close owing to lack  of sugar. s���  IUII TWO  KELOWNA   RECORD  Thursday, May 20,192  City Dairy  Early morning delivery of pure fresh  Milk,Cream, Butter  milk, Skim Milk.&c  PHONE 4709  Murdock & Siielder  Proprietors  Burne Avenue     -     Kelowna  WOOD  DRY GREEN  Fence Posts  Also Heavy Hauling   '  and Orchard Spraying  Wid Thompson  Phone 5002 P.O. Box 418  G.W.CONNINGHAH  AUCTIONEER  and  General Commission  Merchant  Second - Hand Goods  Bought or Sold on  Commission  Flour and Feed Always  in Stock  Next to the C.P.R. wharf,  Kelowna  Ward & Baldock  CONTRACTORS  Brickwork and  Concrete  Motor  Express  Heavy Hauling  D. CHAPMAN  Phone 287.    P.O. Box 351  '  Htgh-class  Portraiture  Landscap   Work  Amateur Finishing  Enlarging  Call and see as in oar new studio  PICTURE FRAMING  McEwan  Pholtgtapher  Creation ot a Canadian bureau  ol scientific research at an initial  cost of $600,000 for the site and  construction and equipment of the  building and $50,000 for the firat  year'a salaries and upkeep, was  endorsed by unanimous vote of the  house,, following its introduction  by Hume Cronyn, London.  KELOWNH RECORD  Published miy Thursday at Kalowna,  British Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  E<Htor and Proprietor  ADVERTISING RATES  LODGE  NOTICES.   PROFESSIONAL  CABDfl.  KT(\.   26  runts set   column inch twr wash.  I.AMI  AND TIMBER NOTICES-80 ���is.-.o. |A:  60   dava   17.    '  WAT Kit NOTICE.3-S9 lor lira Inaertiona.  LEGAL ADVERTISING-Ft-nt inaortioa. 12  oenti  dm*  Una; each  aabeaatunt  iaawrfcloa. ft  cents   iht   lino.  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS -Two inches  and under. 60 eenta oer Inofi firat insertion  ovar two inches 40 centa \#r inob llrnt in-  rvrtiuvj: 20 (wots Dor Inch t**cb aabaeoaaat  inMirtjon.  (CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS - I twnts  Der word lint Insertion. 1 oent twr word  each  sutiHouuent inaertion.  All chanBM in contract ndvsrtlaerueQts mnat  tu- in thtt bands o( tbs or in tor by Tueediw  evening to   I'nHiiro   publication   in   tbs   nsxt  iSSQt.  Luxuries Will Be  Heavily Taxed  The new taxation proposals submitted to the House at Ottawa on  Tuesday afternoon are intended  primarily to hit the purchasers of  those things which are generally  classed amongst the luxuries of  life, or of necessities which are  priced so high as to rank amongst  the luxuries.  "Articles of luxury," Sir Henry  Drayton said in presenting his annual budget, "should bs lieavilv  taxed. Food commodities and othr  er necessaries of life, not produced  or manufactured in Canada, should  if taxed at all, bear only such imposts aB were necessary for revenue purposes.  Boots and shoes over $9, men's  suits over $45, overcoats over $50,  fur coats and robes over $100.  women's dresses over $45, women's suits ove.- $60, hats, hose,  neckwear, shirts, purses and gloves  costing above certain figures, fans,  opera glasses, cut glassware, velvet  and silk fabrics, lace, ribbons, silk  embroideries and sporting goods,  trunks over $40, valises, suitcases,  &c, over $25, are to carry a ten  per cent, tax to be paid by the  purchaser at time of sale. A similar tax of ten per cent, will be paid  on pleasure boats, yachts, canoes,  firearms, chewing gum, &c. Twenty  per cent, is placed on fancy goods  and jewelry, gramaphones and records, while as high as fifty per  cent, is placed on articles of gold.  Liquor taxes are increased and  the excise tax on motors cars.  Prior lo stating his taxation proposals, Sir Henry gave an extensive  review of the financial and economic position of the Dominion.  Conditions obtaining not onlv in  Canada, but all over the world, he  taid, were very different from the  conditions which prevailed while  the war waa in progress. Then,  the compelling necessity of the  moment required the raising of  large sums of monev. It was absolutely imperative that there be  no check on production, no hindering of the war effort. Today  conditions were changed. The war  was won. The country was faced  with a pyramid of debt. The task  of reducing the nation's debt was  heavy, but not so severe as the obstacle which Canada had overcome  in the five vears of war and stress:  The Corporation of   the City  of   Kelowna  TENDERS   FOR   ERECTION  OF  HOUSES  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon on Monday,  May 31st, for the erection of a number of  Houses under the Better Housing Scheme.  Plana and specifications may be seen at  the office of the City Clerk. The lowest,  or any, tender not necessarily accepted.  G. H. DUNN,  Kelowna, B.C., City Clerk.  May 19th. 1920. 27-8  Reward of $50  for information that will lead to the  conviction of the party or parties  who destroyed a wagon load of  Cement Pipe on the Vernon Road,  at Orchard's corner on Sunday night  last.  THOS. BULMAN  CIDER  FOR SALE  In Large or Small Quantities  DOMINION CANNERS B.C.  LIMITED 27-8  SYNOPSIS  OP  OOAL   MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rlg&ts of the Dominion  III Muni'aba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, thu Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories, and In portion of the Province of British Columbia may be leas-  til for a term of twenty-one years at  nn annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acreB will be leased to  one  applicant.  Applications for the lease must be  mude by the applicant ln person to the  Agent or Sub-agent of the district In  which the rights applied for are situated.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $6, which will be refunded If the riKhtB applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on the merchantable  output of the mlno at the rate of five  Oents per ton.  ln surveyed territories the land must  be described by seotlons or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  .staked out by the applioant himself.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the agent with sworn returns  accounting for tlie full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  loyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rij'.ht:; are not being operated, suoh returns shall be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the, mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full . information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or  to tho Agent or sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  W. W. CORY,  (N.H.��� Unauthorised publication of  this advprtlsement yr\\\ not be paid for).  Professional Cards  BURNE Sr  .VEDDELL  Barrister,  Solicitors and  Notaries Public,  B. C. Weddell.    -    John F. Burne.  KBLOWNA   B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary  Public.  KELOWNA, :: B. C  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR S. BUILDER  I'luris and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings.Town and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA  F. W. GROVES  M. Csn. Soc. C. E.  Consulting Cioil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Suroeyor  Surveys and Report, on Irrigation Work.  Applications for Water License.  KELOWNA. B. C  Dr. J. W. NELSON SHEPHERD  DENTIST     .  Pendozi  Street   and   Lawrence   Avenue  R. C. DUTH1E, V.S., D.V.Sc.  Veterinary Surgeon  Office Phone 443 ., Qn  Residence      313 V**"*n- B'C'  Calls left with Dr. J. E. Wright, Dentist,  Willits Block, will be promptly attended to.  H. H. B. ABBOTT  B. C. Land Surveyor  Hewetson & Mantle Block      -      Kelowna  Phone 320  herga juniasr-  Lessons in Voice, Piano, Monologues  HIGHEST REFERENCES  W. G. SCOTT  Plumber and Tinsmith  Jobbing and Repaira  Phones: Buaineaa 164; Residence 91  P. O. Box 22  Mrs, P. C. A. ANDERSON  TEACHER OF DANCING  Classes   Forming for the New  Year  Phone (or an appointment  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatea Furnished for all classes  ��f work  Local Boy Scouts  Edited b'y Pioneer. May 18th 1920  ORDERS by command (or week  ending May 2t7h, 1920.  DUTIES: Orderly patrol for the  week, Eagles; r.ext for duty, Otters.  PARADES: The combined troop  will parade at the club room on  Friday the 21st and Tuesday the  25th of May at 7.15 p.m. and the  bugle band at the fire hall on  Ihuraday, May 27th at 7.15 p.m.  ��� s  ���  There is only the short period of  two weeks now before the concert  and a great many finishing touches  are still required, but we are still  fortunate in not having any outbreak of the mumps with which to  contend (wi- here tuuch woodl).  So faithful attention to the remaining rehearsals will, we believe, enable us to put on an entertainment,  worth the modest admission charged. Everything has gone up except  the price of our concert. We have  to add an additional live cents this  year Out thai is the war tax. The  general admission on Friday even,  ing will be 55c with 242 reserved  seats at 80c. At the Saturday  Matinee children will be admitted  for 30c' The tickets will be given  out to the scouts for sale at the  parade on Fridav, the 21st instant,  and as before there 'ill be three  prizes for those selling the most.  a a  Scout Percy Geen of the Otters  passed his second class ambulance  tests on Monday evening last,  which now completes his work for  this badge. We again remind you  that no testa will be taken during  the ten days immediately before  the concert, except those for which  examiners have already been asked.  Scout A. Geen of the Beavers  Iran had quite a bad spell oi illness,  pneumonia with a mild attack of  typhoid, but we are very glad lo  know that he is now recovering  rapidly.  ���       ��� "  a  As a- troop we have always been  short of scouts holding their 1st  class badge. One of the tests for  this badge is that the scout must  be able to read the conventional  signs of a map correctly and draw  an intelligible rough sketch map.  How many of you on reading thia  can draw the two signs for a road  going through a cutting and a road  going over an embankment respectively? There is not much difference between trie two, or rather it  is easy to get the two mixed up.  What carelessness in this respect  may mean has been told by the  Chief Scout as follows:���  "In the war between France and  Germany in 1870 the German general was using a map in which the  scout who drew it had carelessly  drawn a road which went through  Rev. George Lem Yuen, the first  native Chinaman to become a  clergyman in the Dominion of  Canada, waB ordained aa priest of  the Church of England by Bishop  de Pencier at the Ascension Day  service at St. Paul's church, Van-  a cutting without the outer line  round the shading of it, ao that it  looked like a road on an embankment.  Heavy fighting wa* going on at  this spot, the French guna were  aimed straight at the cutting, and  the German troops on the road  could not get shelter from the fire  and were being mowed down.  The general was at some distance  from this part of the battle-field,  but when he heard of it he looked  at his map and said : 'The road is  on an embankme: t, so the men  have only to get down to one side  or the other and they will be protected from the fire'.  So he ordered more and more  men' to be sent. These were mowed down in their turn. Still the  general sent more, until in the end,  by force of numbers, they at last  succeeded in getting through the  place, but they lost 3000 men at  that one spot.  The general would never have  attempted it had he not been misled by the mistake in the map. Just  two lines left out through carelessness caused all these deaths! It  shows how important it ia to be  careful even in the smallest thing'."  Bulletin on Corn Bo  In certain sections of the'eas  United Statea the notorious E  pean Corn Borer has bee  established and in view of  grave danger of this'serious for  pest being brought into Can  the Entomological Branch of  Dominion Department of Agr  ture, have issued a apecial circ  dealing v/ith thia inject and ot  which bore in corn and which;  be mistaken for it. Thia haa I  prepared by Mr. Arthur Gil  Chief of the Diviaion of Field (  and Garden Insects. It comp  fourteen pages and has a  illustrations. A limited ed  only of this circular haa  printed. Agricultural workers  othera specially intereated  obtain copies free of charge  application to the Publicati  Branch, Department of Agricult  Ottawa.  The coat of the weekly fat  budget of staple fooda avera  $15.99atthe middle of Apri  against $15.98 at the middl  March, $13.35 in April, 1919.  $7.51 in April, 1914.  Waltham  Watchwords  - Care Counts  LIKE  any  other  good   machine   a  watch needs clean-  * lag and oiling occa  sionally. That's only  natural, isn't it? Continuously working mechanism gradually  uses up the lubricating material. Unless  this is replenished,  and the tiny particles  of dust removed, friction is created. Friction means wear. It's  better to prevent than  cure. To keep your  Waltham in the best  of good condition  bring it to us about  once every two years.  We'll clean it, oil it,  and make any necessary adjustments at a  Very moderate charge.  We are skilled in  Waltham movements  and equipped to give  you the service that  satisfies.  CHEVROLET  You will be aurpriaed how little it coats to operate the Chevrolet car. Twenty  five to thirty mile* on a gallon of gasolene ie not an unusual rocord. The  care-free, regular performance ia the Chevrolet rule.  Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring Car is a handsome, roomy, comfortable car  ���a car you can be proud to own.  Touring Car  M. A. ALSGARD  LOCAL DEALER  New Show Rooms and  Service Station  Lawrence Avenue i  THE OIL SHOP  J. W. B. Browne, Proprietor  GASOLINE COAL OIL  Accessories and Tirea Lubricating Oils  BATTERY SERVICE STATION  FREE AIR  VULCANIZING  DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE  Lawrence Ave. ind Pendozi Stree  Day phono 267  Night phono 67  Now is the Time to Plant  the Garden  And haoe better Vegetables & Flowers  GET CARTER'S TESTED SEEDS  Also Vegetable Plants and Bedding Plants and Hardy Perennials  We shall have oa sals, shortly a fins assortment of tha colobrator"  PORTLAND ROSES  PALMER & ROGERSON  RICHTMR STREET GREENHOUSES  PHONE 88 ��� P.O. BOX 111  LUMBER  MANUFACTURERS OF  Pine and Fir Timbers, Boards;  .Dimension, Finish  I PHONE   1693 |  MUNSON SAWMILLS, Ld.  ENTRANCE TO YARDS AT K.LO. RANCH Thwiday, May 20,1920  KELOWNA  ttKCOKJ)  Page three  &��****��'  PHONE 361  KELOWNA  Dresses for the Baby  Exceptional values in White muslin Dresses for  the baby are now on display. These are priced  extremely low and cannot how be purchased at  the prices quoted.  Wash Goods for Summer  Cotton materials for Summer Dresses are now  much in demand. We have some excellent designs in Voiles and Fancy materials from which  to choose.  RICE BRAN  FOR  Onion Worms  SPRAYS  FERTILIZERS  SEEDS  .Try our No. 1 Chop  Better than Bran or Shorts (or Stock, Hoga or Poultry.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  Phones:  Feed Store 29 ;  Office 37  Free City Delivery  Phone 40 P.O. Box 613  PEMBERTON & SON  BROKERS  We   have clients for 5  to 20  acrea Improved Farms  and Orchards.  listings of every description solicited.  A. B. BARRAT.  Near CP.R. Wharf.  Abo at  VICTORIA  VANCOUVER  CLOVERDALE  CHILLIWACK  and MISSION  Bernard Avenue,  Kelowna, B.C.  The Jenkins, Co., Ltd.  Livery and Transfer Stables  WAREHOUSING CARTAGE DISTRIBUTING  Touring Guts always on hand, day or night (all new)  Excursion Tally-Ho  Capacity 25 passengers.    Special rates.  Contracts taken for Heavy or Light Freighting '  Furniture and Pianos moved with care -  Our Trucks are all new snd up-to-date  PHONE 20 DAYOR NIGHT  For Sale by Private Contract  Fifteen or Twenty Teams of  First-Class  Percheron Horses  (Marea and Geldings)  Age 4 to 8 years. Weight. 1200 to 1400 lbs.  For further information apply  G. H. KERR, Auctioneer,  Kelowna  or atthe office of Harvey. Duggan and Davis.  1                      ~ll  TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES  L  ���                 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crawford  and Beth went down to the coast  Tueaday.  J. P. Miller left Tuesday on a  visit to the coast.  Mrs. H. W*. Swerdfager waa a  passenger to Vancouver Tueaday.  Mr. T. R. Grainger, who has  staying in town for a short time,  left yesterday on his return tb Saskatoon.  Mias M. Blain waa a paasenger  to Bellevue, Alta., yesterday.  Mrs. Coles left yesterday on a  visit to Vancouver.  R. Haldane waa a paasenger to  Vancouver Monday.  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Preston  went down to the coaat for a holiday last Saturday.  Mrs. Napier, who haa been staying for some time with friends in  town left Saturday last for Regina.  The sale of home cooking to  have been held in Wesley Hall on  Saturday by the United Ladies'  Aid is postponed till Saturday,  May 29th.  The sheep and goat industry of  British Columbia is now attaining  considerable importance in the  view of the federal department of  agriculture. It ia taking itr. place  alongside the other provinces, and  to help in its development the  government has appointed Mr.  Arthur Morton, B.S.A., to the position of sheep promoter for this  province, with offices in Vancouver.  Blister Mite is becoming quite  common on apple trees throughout  the valley and, under aome circumstances, is quite serious. Effective  control can only be obtained by  using lime sulphur, dormant  strength, just as the leaf buds are  beginning to swell in the spring,  and before they have burst. It is  too late this season to do anything  with it as spraying after the leaves  are out has no effect whatever on  thia organism.  The C.P.R. has awarded to the  Nixon Contracting Co.. of Vancouver, a contract for building a tug  and car barge to operate on the  Okanagan Lake between Okan-  agan_,Landing, Kelowna, Summer-  land and Penticton, The car and  barge were provided for under the  1920 appropriation, and are. rendered necessary to the service because of the growth'in traffic on  the lake, which increased greatly  last year. The barge will be built  for two tracka, with accommodation for ten cars. With these ad-  ditions the CP.R. will be operating  two tuga and four barges on the  lake.  **��*****~****a*t8WB08*^^  Mrs. Mollis McDougall left on  Monday for Princeton.  Mrs. McLaren, who haa been  visiting in town for a ahort time,  returned yesterday to her home at  Vegreville,  Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Ruffell and  aon returned from a visit to Eng.  land Wedneaday.  Miss Vivian Jonea left Monday  for Irvine, Alta., to make her firat  essay as a school teacher.  W. D. Freeman of Esqutmault  was a visitor in town Friday.  Mr. and Mra. A. J. Hobson of  Fairview were viaitora here laat  week.  The high wind and dust storm  which swept over the district Monday was one of the worst of the  kind ever experienced here. Comparatively little damage, however,  ia reported as the result.  Effective July 15th next the "rule  of the road" in the interior of the  province will be changed to conform with that of the provinces to  the east and the states to the south,  which will be "turn to the right."  Mr. N. D. McTavish has this week  taken over the business of' Messrs.  Hewetson & Mantle, combining it  with his own. The business will  be carried on in the premises of  Hewetson & Mantle, next to the  Bank of Montreal.  The operations of the street department in reaurfacing the upper  end of Bernard avenue are being  watched with interest and pleasant  anticipations of a really good road  The work is being done more  thoroughly than for many years  past, the material being probably  the best ever put on to the city  streets. We can only hope that  the money will not give out before  the roller gets in sight of town.  Several cars ot railroad construe  tion equipment came in last week,  including a steam shovel, train of  dump cars and two steam tractors.  These are intended for use in the  excavation of the cutting through  the Bankhead hill. During the  past few days gangs have been  busy moving them out to tha scene  of operations and alao in laying  temporary tracks for the cars. The  excavating work has been in progress for some time, teams and  wheel scrapera having been used  up to the present. The cutting has  made necessary a slight diversion  of "the old Glenmore road, which  haa been atraightened and re-  graded.  Charlie was  found hammering  aad making a lot of noise about  it���but he waa determined to get  the high prices off the hook so  that everybody could afford to  treat" themselves to at least a pair  of Shoes for the holiday and the  hot* summertime. Charlie haa  some Shoes called "K" said to be  the best piece of footwear made  aince the time of Pharaoh and  guaranteed to last pretty near at  long ! Have a look at theae for  your own satisfaction.  Chas, Dark  The Fair Shosman  COLUMBIA  STORAGE  BATTERY  SPRING, 1920  Your car has been all tuned up  ready for the road. How about  your Storage Battery ? Is it in top  notch condition���full of pep and  ready,for action > We will test it  for you FREE OF CHARGE. If  required, we will recharge, repair  or overhaul it at reasonable rates.  In case it needs replacement we are  the official station for the  famous  COLUMBIA  STORAGE   BATTERY  That marvellous little box of nerves  ready at all times like a coiled  spring to spin your engine, light  your lights and blow your hom.  Drive in today and become acquainted with our Free Service Dep.  Service on All Batteries  Don't uka it to "George," let Barney do it I  Alfred A. New-strand  Automobile  Electrician   ���  Tho Sign of the Pyramid  Lawrence Ave.    East of Pendo/i St.  VETERAN VULCANIZING  Corner   ElUs   UfflDIfS and Bernard  Street flUllllU      Avenue  NET PRICE LIST  Complete repair, one vulcanizing operation  Punctures, Blowouts Rim Cuts  From $3  Tread Cuts, Sand Blisters, Loose Treads  From $1.25  Casing Repair, new section, from $2  Bicycle Tire, from 50c  For quick and correct repaira  ship your tirea to us  Reinforcements Vttlcanized  3-inch Urea $1*50  3J-inch Tirea $2.00  4-inch Tires  $2.50  4i-inch Tirea $3.00  5-inch Tires.. $3.50  5i-ineh Tires $4.00  Reliners from $6 to $8, according to size  30 per cent, off above cemented���  your option  Service and Satisfaction  Tube Repaira while you wait:  Small Puncture  20c  Blowout, 2-inch  30c  Blowout, 4-inch    40c  Blowout, 8-inch  SOc  Valve Seats   50c  Volvo Imidca   /Oc  Material and workmanship guaranteed  Geo. Lane - Prop.  Ex R.S.M.  We carry a complete range of Tire and  Tube-Repair Outfits including small Vul-  canizera for car owners.  New Tirea and Tube* obtained to order.  HAVE YOU HAD A LOOK AT THE NEW  1920 Gray Dort Models  MTR Don't neglect to drop into our show  ^J room and see the most snappy and  Jl attractive little car in town ���' lower  in price than most of the cars in their class.  We are prepared to give first-class service  with every car sold. Don't listen to criticism ; come and see for yourself and we  will guarantee that Gray Dort will fight its  own battles. We also have some good buys  in Second-Hand Cars.  W. R. GLENN & SON  Pendozi Street Phone  150  (gsmpAew  FRIDAY  AND SATURDAY  NORMA TALMADGE  in  "The Woman Gives"  Taken from one of Owen Johnson's most successful novels.    Always beautiful, always individual and vibrant with emotional sincerity, Norma Talmadge  gives a performance that is not often paralleled.   She plays the role of Inga  Sanderson, a model, who riske happiness to pay in full a debt of gratitude.  Alao a Chester Outing and a Christie Comedy.  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Matinee at 3.30, 10c and 25c  MONDAY  AND  TUESDAY  SPECIAL HOLIDAY BOOKING of the Star Without a Rival-  NAZIMOVA  in  "THE BRAT"  Maude Fulton's famous stage success. This is an artistic achievement for  Nazimova, who displays a wide range of talents that aimply amaze the spectator. This oilers the study of an American chorus girl who* refuse* to have  har bills paid by the wealthy young chaps who hang round the stage door.  Evening one show only, 8.15.25c and 55c  Matinee at 3.30, 20c and^c  W ED  WILL ROGER  and a big company in  "Almost a Husband*'  lt is all about a achool  teacher who  allows  himself to  be married at a  party in fun and finds that the marriage is legal, and then the fun begins.  Alao one of *thoae big Sunshine or Sennett Comedies.  Evening, 7.30 and 9. Admission 20c and 35c  Matinee at 3.30, 10c and 23c  CREAM PRICES  from May 15th, 1920  Kelowna prices: No. 1 -   70c per lb. butter fat  No. 2 -  68c       ��� ���  KELOWNA CREAMERY, LTD.  A Splendid Day's Sport  24th of May. Don't miss it.  CORRECT TIME  IS  ESSENTIAL  The ELGIN WATCH  is a real timepiece; strong and durable.   We invite  price comparison and can promise you  a considerable saving.  W. M.  PARKER & CO.  JEWELERS  W. W. PETTIGREW.        -        .        -        MANAGER  _______ PAGE FOUR  KELOWNA KECOUI  Thuraday, May 13,1920  Fix Up Now For  the Holiday  Ours is the store lo come to-where jiour  money goes a long way  Of course, you want a New STRAW  HAT!   Come in, see our's, you'll buy  Men's soft chip Hats assorted shapes. $1, $1.25 $1.50  Men's stiff straw Hats in plain or rough..$l 50 to $4.75  Men's Panamas in bleached or natural...$3.50 to $8.00  Men's assorted Hat Bands, at 35c, 50c and 75c  Men's Outing Shirts in plain white and blue, also  white with asst..colored colors,...$2.25 and $2.50  Men's Leathei Belts in  black,  tan, grey and  fawn  at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75  White and Tan canvan Shoes for men, with leather or  rubber soles, in a big range   of   sport styles  from $2.50 to $5 pair  Ladies, White Wash Skirts in P.K., Poplin, Rep and  Middy Cloth materials,  made up in  the  new  summer styles, priced $1.75 to $5.50  Ladies' Middies in plain and smock styles, some have  navy serge collars.  Ladies' Middies in assorted colors, fancy embroidery  trimming.  Ladies' Middie Ties, assorted colors, at..25c up to 85c  Ladies'  Patent Leather Belts in black,  white,   tan  and red, assorted widths, with French buckles,  from 25c up to $1.00  Ladies' Sport Veils in black, white, navy and violet,  at 25c and 35c  Ladies' Silk Gloves in white, black and grey, with  double tip fingers, at  $ 1.00 pair  Ready-to-wear Panama and  Straw Hats  in a good range of styles.       Moderately priced.  Children's White Poplin Dresses, from 2 to 6 years,  at $1.75 to $2.25  Misses' White Poplin Dresses from 8 to 14 years  at $2.75 to $3.50  Misses' and Children's White Middy and Jean Cloth  Separate Skirts, from 2 to 14 year sizes..$1.50 up  Misses' and Children's Middies in plain and fancy  styles.  Misses' and Children'a Straw and Wash Hats,  from 25c up  Ladies', Misses' and Children's Outing Shoes in Sandals, Oxfords, Pumps and high top Bals, at very  close prices.  To enjoy the holiday you must have "GOOD EATS"  Our Grocery Dept.  is well stocked with dainty appetizing (ood,  at the low down Cash Price  Pride of Canada pure Maple Syrup, in large bottles,  at $1.35  1 -lb. Glasses of Pure Raspberry or Strawberry Jam,  at 60c  FOR LUNCHES  Scotch Snack to spread on bread or crackers..40c glass  Olive Butter, Peanut Butter, in glass jars or tins.  Beef Ham Loaf, Veal Loaf, Tongue, Ham and Veal  Paste, at 30c i-lb. tirs  Clark's Ready Lunch Beef in l-lb tins 50c  Sardines, at   10c, 15c, 30c and 35c per tin  Heinz Beefsteak Sauce 40c bottle  Sweet Relish, ! 6-oz. size 45c bottle  White Onion Pickles, 12-oz. size 40c  Heinz Tomato Chutney. 45c bottle  Royal Salad Dressing Maroma Appetiser  Good assortment of Christie's and Huntley & Palmer's  Fancy Biscuits,  Neilson's and Robertson's Chocolate Bars, any variety  at 4 for 25c  Marsh Mallow Cake Chocolate 5c  Neilson's Milk Chocolate Rosebuds, J-lb boxes 40c  Lemonade Powder in tins 30c  Crosse & Blackwell's Raspberry Vinegar 35c bottle  Marsh's Grape Juice 45c bottle  Lemon Squash Lime Juice Kia-Ora  Oranses Bananas Grape Fruit Lemons  Fresh Roasted Peanuts and Pop Corn  J. F. FUMERTON il CO.  THE CASH STORE "It Paye to Pay Cash."  Dry Good* phone 58 ;   Grocery phone 35  Regular Delivery Hours :  Morning-9.30 anrl  11        Afternoon-3 and 5  -   THE   -  Okanagan Brokerage  Phone 116 Box 116  Opposite the CP.R. wharf  FOR SALE  43 acres on Vernon Road  adjoining School and Church.  5-roomed house, large barn,  chicken house, hog pen, two  wells close to house, root cellar  and wagon shed.  Three acres in Potatoes, five in  Tomatoes, ten acres in Alfalfa,  acra in carrots, 3 acres Timothy  and Clover, five acres in Macintosh Reds and two acrea in  pasture.  Also 101 acres rented for $65  per acre, which is now in  Onions.  Estimated crop this year, $5,300  If sold before June 1st crop to  go to the purchaser.  Price $16,000 cash.  Okanagan Brokerage  Talking Film is  Latest in Photoplays  A remarkable talking or synchronizing photoplay has been produced bv Sergt. J. J. Atherton, of  Kelcvna, and this will be shown  at the Empress Theatre at an early  date, lhe film story is entitled  "Shell-Shocked," and is an up lo-  the-minute story. The picture is  unique primarily because it is the  first successful talking picture ever  produced, and secondly because  Sergt. Atherton played the principal role before the camera.  The recording of some 2500  words is done entirely with the  human voice, and the synchronization is absolutely perfect. Sergt.  Atherton ia an elocutionist and  actor of considerable ability, and  it goes without saying that big  crowds will welcome him at the  Empress when "Shell-Shocked" is  screened. We understand that  Sergt. Atherton ia commencing his  tour of Rritish Columbia right away,  and those who have been fortunate  in witnessing a private screening  prophesy a triumphal tour.  Phone 116'  Automobile  For Hire  H. B. BURTCH   -   Phone 180  FOR SALE  Apple Tiees, large size, for fillers.  Varieties: Jonathan, Wagner, Gtimea  Golden, Wealthy and Mcintosh.  Each $1.    Per  doz. $10, or 60c each, in  quantities, if called for.  Japanese Walnuts, excellent shade  trees, fast growers.  Each 75c, 5 (or $3  Blackberries, Snyder  Each 15c        10. $1.25        50. $5  Loganberries. Each 25c; 10, $2.50; 50, $10  Strawberries, Magoon.     100, $2;   500, $8  Rosefield Nunery, Gellatly P.O.  25.6  Upholstering  Polishing & Furniture Repairs  Now is the time to have  your Furniture overhauled,  re-covered or repaired. 1  can re-upholster your auto,  or buggy seat and make it  like new.  Mattresses Pianos, occ.  Re-made Polished  Cosey  Corners  Made and Upholstered  All Charges Reasonable  A. Homewood  Late with Kelowna  Furniture Co.  PIANO TUNING  with a reputation and on merit  ALVIN E. PERKINS  has been delayed several  months owing to a long illness but will be in Kelowna  aoon.  Delco Light  Electric Light and Power  for the Farm  WILLARD   BATTERY  SERVICE STATION  Batteries Sold, Repaired ot Charged  GENERAL WIRING CONTRACTOR  W. R. Thomson  Phone 342  Want Ads.  FOB  SALE  FOR SALE, $13,000. the house of G. E.  Seon, Harvev Avenue, Kelowna. Apply  Messrs. Mantle & Wilson or other agents  or owner. 6tf  $2,200. Well, built Cottage, Manhattan  Beach. Concrete foundation, cellar,  roomy attic. House 32 x 28. Chicken  house and workshop. Apply P.O. Box  25.    . 21tf  FOR SALE, few good Jersey Cows.   A.  W. Dalgleish, Rutland, B.C. 21 tf  FOR SALE, high-grade Ayrshire Cowa,  fresh j thoroughbred Holstein Bulls.  B. F. Boyee. 23tf  FOR SALE, two second-hand   Automo.  biles, in good condition,   H. B. Burtch.  23tf  FOR SALE, Seed Beans, 8c to IOc pound  Apply W. T. Barber, Rutland.        24tf  FOR SALE, Saddle Horae, cheap. Apply  Seon Jnr., Kelowna. 25tf  FOR SALE, Team, Harness and Wagon.  Apply John Sutherland. 26tf  Weather Report for April  FOR SALE, Separator and Churn. Rhu.  barb roots, $ I per dozen. A. E. Harrison,  Rutland. Phone 3507. 26-7c  FOR SALE, thick Carpets and Curtains  from G. E. Seon, on sale at Stockwell's,  Lid. 27th  FOR SALE, vertical Grand Piano, by  leading Canadian maker. Nearly new.  Phone 171. 27  FOR SALE, good Horse, rider or driver.  Apply Mrs. H. G. M. Wilson, Royal  Avenue.     27tf  TEAM, mares, aged, registered imported  Clyde and grade Percheron. $450.  A. W. Cooke, Kelowna Field. Box 126,  Kelowna. 27-8  FOR SALE, Houses. Bearing Orchards,  Cattle Ranches, City Property. Pem-  berton ot Son, Bernard Ave. 27tr  FOR SALE, 1918 Model Chalmers Car in  good condition, mileage run 14600 miles,  self starter and electric lighting, on inspection Vernon, B.C., apply P.O. Box  220, Vernon. Highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted. 27-8  SITUATIONS WANTED  WINDOW, Ofhce and House Cleaning,  and other odd jobs wanted. Arthur  Gardiner, Box 482. p  WANTED. Returned soldier, experienced  bookkeeper, wants work keeping-books  morninga 9-12. Excellent references.  P.O. Box 372, phone 113. 26-7p  mSCELLANEOUS  VACUUM  CLEANER for rest.   Apply  W. R. Thompson, phone 342.       IStf  WANTED, good Mare, about 1,500 lbs.,  to work single.   Apply Norris, Ellison.  22tf  HAVE YOU ENROLLED for your LCS.  courae yet ? Free booklet on request  to International Correspondence Schools  Canadian, Ltd., 6 Leckie Block, Kelowna. 25tf  FOUND, young Colt, black. Owner 'apply  Campbell, near Brick Yard. 26-9c  LOST, a Lady's Gold Watch and Long  Chain. Good reward for return to Record Oflice. 27-8  LOST, a sliding silver Purse with a Canadian Pacific pan enclosed. Mrs. S. C.  Graham. 27-8  Orchard (or Sale  53 acres. 26 acres in trees, all good  varieties of Apples, 8 to 10 yeara  old. Balance of 27 acrea is good  orchnrd land, at preaent uaed for  pasture. Water for domestic purposes on property all the year round.  Alao connected with good system  for irrigation.  THOS; BULMAN  Cloverdale Ranch  Vernon Road      Phone 3206  PAISLEY'S  General Motor Delivery, Ac  Ready for Anywhere at Any Tims  PHONE 5102  I guarantee prompt service  and satisfaction  April  Compiled by G. R. Binger  Max.         43           Min.  22  30  15  30  33  30  35  25  34  26  28  34  37  32  38  39  37  33  39  40  39  38  40  40  30  41  50  42  36  42  34.56  2         37          3         38          4  43         5         45         6         4<1         7  51          8         48         9         52         10         51          II         54         12         52         13  14  IS  16         55         53        -         43                52         17         55         18         46         19         47         20         52         21  22         53                55         23         56         24         60         23         59           26         66         27         65           28  29  30         59         55                50         sTso  Total rainfall 1.31 inches  Auction  Thursday, June 3rd  at the residence of  W. W. Grummett  Harvey A v., opposite Palmer's greenhouse  at 2 p.m.  E. W. Wilkinson & Co.  Established 1893  Real Estate aad Insurance  Phone 254 Next door to Poat Office  LARGE BUNGALOW, fully modern. 6'  rooms, hot and cold water, built-in buffet  | {in dining room, open fin place in sitting  room, entrance hall, cupboards in three  bedrooms, lot 50 a 120. Tha nicest  bungalow in town, just finished. Only  $5,500.  TWO-STOREY Frame House. 3 barrooms, dining and sitting room, kitchen  fitted up with cupboards and bins, bathroom fully modern,' hot and cold water,  verandah back and front, woodshed,  house practically new. $3,500 on terma.  Ready for immediate possession.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, fully modern, bath, hot and cold watar, cement  basement, lot 1201 100, large stable and  garage. A snap, only $4,500. Half cash  balance to arrange.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, bath, hot  and cold watar, 6 rooms, stable, woodshed, including two largo lots. $3,200  $1,500 cash, balance to arrange.  BUNGALOW,*5 rooma, bathroom, fully  modem, verandah bask and front, wood-  shod, chickanhouee. $4,400. half cash,  including two lota.  TWO-STOREY Frame House, 6 rooms,  kitchen, woodshed, chickenhouae, stable  large cement basement $2,200 caah,  worth $3,500. Don't miss this chance  to pick up a snap.  BUNGALOW, 5 rooms, bathroom, fully  modern, large verandah on front, woodshed, lot 60 x 120, ready for immediate  Question. $3400 on terms.  'O-STOREY Brick House, 7 rooms,  fully modern, with furnace heating, full  baaement, 'garage, chickenhouae, large  lot, 70 x 150. Only $4,500, lass than  what it cost to build.  Wa hava soma choice Lake Shore Pro-  Irty for sale  situated   at  Okanagan  lesion.  Office hours, 9 to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 to  10 p.m.  Driving Mare Cutter      Top Buggy  2 seta S'agle Driving Harness  Stock Saddle and Bridle        2-horse Plow  I-horae Plow    Cultivator    Wheelbarrow  Set Moulding Planes, Stanley Mills  Set iron Bench Planes      2-inch Augur  Lot of Carpenter's Tools Buggy Jack'  Hay Fork and Pulley Crowbar  Iron Pump and Piping complete  Hay Knife Forks, Shovels, Chains  And various other articles.  HOUSEHOLD  FURNISHINGS  Dining room Table Kitchen Table  Large Mirror      Stretcher and Mattress  Bedstead, Springs and Mattress  Sideboard Writing Deak  Oak Centre Table Rattan Rocker  Lounges, one Leather       Cook Stove  Sewing Machine, Raymond  Wood Heater Coal Heater  Washing Machine and Wringer  Copper Boiler      Waahtub and Board  Stone Churn .   Bread Mixer  Cream Separator, one or two cow size  Stesm Cooker Parlor Lamp  Hanging Lamp Angle Lamp  Dishes and Glassware 4 Lamps  Quantity Sealara QuantityiBooks  Set Practical  Reference  Library in  six  volumes  Clock 3 Toilet Sets  Many other articles  TERMS CASH  Stockwell's, Ltd., Auctioneers  -AN-  Important Auction Sale  of 150 Head of Cattle  will be held by T. J. Trapp & Co.. Ltd..  Auctioneers, for Messrs. McAllister ot Co.,  on the premises  Half-mile from Vedder Sub-Station  Sumaa Prairie,  Tueaday, June  lat, 1920. at 11.30  Terms caah  Where cattle  are ahipped by rail Messrs,  McAllister & Co. will attend to ahipping.  Write the auctioneer tor further particulars  Car For Hire  (McLaughlin Six)  Day Phone 116        '     Night Phone 5502  J.  GRANT  Plastering  BY   SKILLED  WORKMEN  J. ROSSI  P.O. Box 110  St. Paul Street    Kelowna  poi  TWC  pert  Mis,  MWa1FN^s��*%/V\^Ai��,**^^",^**^V\/\/N^Sr��^*��^��i*N��i  THE VETERAN  AUTO TRUCK  SERVICE  ______   �����  DISTANCE NO OBJECT  PHONE 1702  This Washer  Pays for Itself  In One Year  The Time Saver Electric Washer  saves enough money to pay for  itself the hrrft year. It saves the  washer woman t wages; it saves  laundry bills; it saves the clothes,  for they last four timet ai long  when washed in this machine. It  saves doctor's  bills, for it  cuts out back-  breaki ng  drudgery.  Time Saver  Electric  Washer  Costs lest to mn than the washer  woman eats. It operates for 2c an  hour, and is easier to run than a  tewing machine.  It it moderate in  price. We have  a Tune Saver  ready to show  you. Let us  demonstrate it in  own home.  r Phone or call  at out Sssss.  W. W. L0.4NE  Phone  349  Opposite Sawmill OSes  WM. HAUG & SON, Phone 66  Get your order in EARLY (or your winter's  supply of  COAL COAL

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