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 VOL VII.  NO. 17.  KELOWNA* BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915.-6 PAGES  $1.50 Per Annum  Percentage of Salaries to be  Held Back���Reduction in  Electric Power Rates  The oity council at it* majtiug 4'rl-  day morning had baton them fair (op-  aideration tbe matter of tit* inljun-  mont of salaries of civic emu'oyeo* in  vi*w of tb* pretent- finanoial ci ii'lilions  prevailing. Some weeks ago Alderman Raymet put forward the suggee-  tion td the oounoil that to �� u'tt in  relieving the difficult situation caused  by th* non-payment of taxes, lb* salaries ol all city employee* be reduced,  and at a subsequent committee meeting submitted a schedule of talariea,  showing reductions of 10 io 35, per  osnt. It was decided to let mi* nutter stand oyer to give the various  committee* an opportunity of preparing their estimates of expenditure for  the year, in order that th* i-rotable  financial condition might i-�� more  accurately rouged.  Three of the oommittees prtscntcd  the estimate* Friday morning a* follow*:  FIRE BRIGADE EST1MA .'KB  Chauffeur, salary    $780.00  600 feet hose  Auto maintenance   Painting hall, exterior   Converting hose reel into a  truck for hose & ladders .  Fixing up lot   Suppliea, Lawson Ltd   Supplies. Dalgleish & Hardin"  Incidentals   500.00  n.5.00  40.00  ,      Sl,0��0.95  PARK ESTIMATES  Supt. salary, 7.months .. ..   W00.00  Hot 4. bed* of flowers .. . 50.00  Tree*     15.00  Seed) for recreation ground . 10.00  Feed, for animal* and bird* .. .5.00  lights and lighting  oO.OO  Contingencies  -uo.OO  $730.00  FINANCIAL ESTIMATES  Th* following ar* tk* attinu-te*   >>f  expenditure on tha (treat* and   ride-  walks lor the ourrent year:  Fendoti   (trett,���   grad* and  gravel from Bernard avenue  to bridge, I960 fret'. . . . ��t>O0.00  Cawaton Avenue,���grade   and  shale irom   Ellis street   to  Water .treet, 350 fast .. .  Haynea   Avenue,��� grad* tnd  ah*!*, 860 tot   Bernard Avenue,���grade from  C.P.R. wharf to Pendoii St,  Water street,���*hale, gravri  and grade, ��� from Lawreno*  avenue to Cawaton avenue  Storm water drains,���labor  and pip* for drain* instructed on both (id** of  Bernard avenue (relief work)  Sidewalk maintenance   F. Swainson, (half of salary  for year) ..   Operating steam roller  IJO.cO  ilW.no  500.00  4O0.00  750.00  600.00  510.00  KMajO  Siindrie*     500.00  14,160.00  These wer* followed by a" report of  tb* finana* committee read by Alderman 0. W. Sutherland.  The finanoe oommitt** reported ai  follow* on the finanoial situation for  the ourrent year:  We estimate tba following reductions  in expenditures:  Publio Worlu  18,000  Schools     5,000  Salaries   3,000  Grant*     1,200  Capital exp. from revenue . .    1,300  Interest     1,000  Park* .. .. ,      800  sao,3oo  Front this deduct th* following: Decreased revenues  Water at Light  Polio*   In*, Debenture  Interest .. ..  15,000  800  W.'WO  Estimated saving for year . $13,510  Ths 1015 assessment roll is completed and show* an ���sseeseble 'and value  of $2,486,440, being a reduction of  $449,780, or 11.34 per oent. from 1018  and 1014. Should this assessment  stand at tb* Court oi Revision the  following levy would meet the expenditure of the present year:  General levy       3 mills  Sohool       1 mill*  Debenture    13.4 milts  Total    1D.4 mill*  Th* above would havt bean e-iual to  18 mills on th* 1914 assessment.  A* the citv has a surplus of $10,000  from 1914, we see no reason whv the  general rate could not be further ib-  duoed.  Thar* I* still an unpaid balance rm  tb* bank loan* of two previous vears  tor thi* reason it is not likely that  we will get further advance* naralnst  ourrent revenue for thi* vear. From  th* present time to tbe date wt for  the "��"ment of taxes our only income  will be th* revenue from the water and  electric light plante.  Thi* will amount  New Bishop Will Visit  Kelowna Next Week  The Right Ray. A. I. Doull, D.D.,  Bishop of Kootenay is on a diocesan  tour of inspection, visiting each parish  for the purpose of getting u, touch  with the work whloh is being i tarried  on and consulting with the'clergy,  lay delegate* and ohuroh wardens nnd  church committees. ...He will arrive  at Kelowna on th* morning of 'ifcurs-  day, March 36th. . At 3 o'olock ��B the  afternoon, after a abort servio* in tha  church, the bishop will give an address to tha women of the 'aggregation, and will preach at Evoaiong at  7.30. Afterward* he will mint the  warden* and ohuroh committee ia the,  vestry. Th* bishop will again visit  th* parish about the nd of Mo/ ta)  hold a oonfirmation, classes for wbich  ar* now being formed.  approximately to 70 per osnt of the  salary list. We would therefore, recommend that a percentage of all salaries be retained until sufficient taxes  are collected to pav them in lull.  After reading the report Alderman  Sutherland aaid in reference to the  proposal that the civic salaries be reduced, that the Light and Water committee were prepared to recommend  certain temporary reductions in the  salaries of the power house itm* it the  majority desired it, conditional uiiaan  the counoil being able to pay lhe re-  duoed salaries in full when due. They  would do thia however with reluctance.  They had after considerable I rouble  managed to get together u very a-IIi-  oient stall, and they did not thins it  would be good business to gite them  cause for dissatisfaction and perhaps  make them seek other jobs. Alderman  Kattenbury had informed hii.i that  th* sewer foreman would be satislid  with a ten per oent reduction provided  the salaries of all other employees  were similarly reduoad. In the op ni< n  of tbe finanoe oommittee the -.n'v possible reduction in the salaries of tho  offioe staff was a ten per oent dawoase  in that ot the city clerk, and tlais they  did not reoommend. The clerk, he  aaid nad proved a very valuuble Servant of the city, and his work hnd increased very muoh during lhe last  year or two. He contended too that  the work of a city clerk was one which  required special training and experience aad Ban who underttood such  work thould be atsured ot fixe! salaries whisk, did not fluctuate, ait-ord-  ing to prevailing financial conditions.  Alderman Rattenbury said be had  spoken to the secretary of Ihe scbcol  board a* to th* view* of the trustees  on making reduction* in the liiaohers'  salaries. Mr. McTavish had shown  him a number of letter* from the trustees of other cities, and only ir one  instance had a reduotion boon ninde,  and that only at the rate .if five per  osnt. For thi* reason the boi.rd bud  decided not to make any reductions at  pretent a* anv other course might result in the loss of some of linir best  teachers.  Alderman Sutherland said I Kit us  the finanoe oommittee were convinced  that it would be impossible to pay  salaries in full promptly wncn due,  even if reasonable reduction* were  made, they had decided to reoommend  that instead of making reductions, onlv seventy per cent, be oaid when due,  th* balanoe being retained au I r  whtn sufficient of the years tuxes bad  been collected to enable the S> uncil I o  do so.  Alderman Raymer said he v. as opposed to any suoh arrangement as the  money would have to be paid vooayt  or later, and the council would pia-l>-  ablv be in no better position at the  end ol the year than they were now.  He considered that the schedule of salaries he had submitted wa* fair and  equltabl* under pretent condition*.  There were many people, he said ��l<o  would bt glad to get even smaller tnl-  ariee than thoae jutt now. Conditions  were much tbe same all over Mis country and he thought all should help to  bear the burden. Salaries til found  were too high for present r'rcumstnn-  est,  The discussion continued lair some  time, when finally on the motion being nut the report and euggottion ol  tht finanoe committee carried.  REDUCTIONS IN POWER RATES  Alderman Sutherland announced, on  behalf of the Eleotrio Lioht oommittee  that they had decided to mcommri.d  oertain reduotion* in the rate for  power connections, where the powa r  waa used    tor the running of mote*.  (Continand on Pat. II.)  ROYAL   COMMISSION   WI7.1  INVESTIGATE   IRRIGATION. PROBLEMS  The government has aDnirint-  ed a Royal commission to enquire into the whole nrobltm of  irrigation in the Okanagan, rtid  an exhaustive enquiry it to be  made. This should be good  news to the people in this purl  of the country, and will to tome  ���> extent relieve their minds of  <0�� the uneasiness caused ha* iho  ���> uncertain condition of miny ot  ���> the irrigation companies -lam to  ��� the finanoial depression.  The fire brigade boy* have been kept  hnutually busy lately answering culls,  though fortunately most of them bave  not been very serious.  During ii.u past  week the syren has sounded no fewer  than   three   times.   During   the midnight hours' last Thursday -ind   again  j about 7 o'clock Tuesday evening   the  , brigade* was   called   out -to tltimney  fires, which however were entiagjished  without damage.  A fire vahich broke out yesterday af-  i ternoon about 5 o'clock-, in -.ho home  of Mrs.     Anderson, Lawrence avenue  , was more    serious,    and contadtiai.ble  ' damage was done by both fire     and  I water.   The cause of the outbreak,   it  is supposed was an electric .roil which  | having been    inadvertently left ' with  ' tho ourrent switched on beoamo over-  [mated and ignited some clothing that  was hanging    near.     The promptness  of the brigade who had the hose  I in a remarkably short time, saved the  I house and     its contents from certain  , destruction, as the flames had   beguu  , to iret well hold of the woodwork. As  it wus considerable clothing l.ral bed-  aling was burned and the whole ot the  interior of the house flooded with water.  The house itself is the joint pi op  airly of MeSBrs .1.1). Knowles aud Geo,  I'.. Ritchie.  Though the contamts of vhe house  were insured, much sympathy is felt  for Mrs. Anderson in her misljrcunc.  A Chance for tbe  Boys aod Girls  Farmers' Institute will Hold  Potato Growing Contest  West Side Conservative Assn.  Mayor J. W. Jones is Unaniinous  Choice as Conservative Candidate  Delegates from All Parts of Riding Assemble in Nominating  Convention To-Day���Central Liberal-Conservative  Association Organized  Delegate* from every oart of tin  new ridinp of Southern Okaaagun assembled today in Raymer's nail lot  the purpose of nominating a ranalic-atc  in the Liberal-Conservative iuliresi fair  the forthcoming election. The district  was fully represented, some ac-i'nty-  four delegate* being present from Kclowna, Summerland, Peaohland, Nnra-  mata, Westbank, Okanagan Cent re anal  Wood's Lake. Wilson's   Laaalinar, etc.  Mr. J. F. Burne presided. Prior to  the consideration of the adoration of a  oandidate the organization of I haa Cen-  of Southern Okanagan was dual] wilh,  the following officers being electeat:  President.���J. P. Burne, Koiowna.  Vice-President.���J. A. Kirk, Snmmor-  land.  Treasurer���L. D. McCall, Penc.Uland.  Secretary.���E. C. Weddell, Kclowna.  Executive.���H. W."Eaym�� and Dr.  Dickson, Kelowna; 11. O. Metlor mad  and Jas. Sutherland, Summerland; Dr.  Uuohanan and M. N. Morrison, loach-  land; II. Caesar and M. P. Williams,  Okuuai'nn Centre; T. H. Booth nnj  J. A. Noyct, Naramata; >��� McN.  Steele and W. H. Thaeker, Waal bank.  Other alaoet not yet organized v. ill appoint their executive representatives  later.  Thit businet* accomplished the meet  ing then came to it* real nurp >��o, the  nomination of a candidate.  Th* nam* of Mayor J. W. done* of  Kelowna, was proposed by Dr Dick  son, and it was at onoe eviluit fra.ru  the hearty recaption which was scrord-  ed the proposal that it was verv acceptable to all present. Ths delegates  from Summerland, Peaohland anal other plaoes at onoe announced that at  recent meetings which had bson l.eld  in their district* it had laan-i deriiled  to support unreservedly the nomination of Mr. Jon**. On Iwini' put to  th* meeting the nomination was car-  dissenting voice,  had inaugurated. At the .Mm lime  he wished to give the I'overomont un  independent support and not a slavish  one. He did not want to !.-.! bovuil  by any hard and fast platform or  pledgo but wished to be left tree lo  follow his own initiative. Tliu work  of the government in aid of agriculture would have his heartiest Biinrort  at all timea. In railway matters ho  believed the government had Jonewell  to enoourage and assist railway building in the province. There ua. no  other way in which the wide nnd fertile valleys of British Columbia ci uld  be opened un but by railway builc'lng,  The government had given uo cash  bonuses, but had guu-uitoud the lit-nds  of the constructing companies, personally, he believed these e.niioumcs  had had sufficient guarantee! given to  them, but at the same time ;f it rsnie  to a question of tbe railways l<eing  hold up and delayed indefinitely for  want of a Uttle further assistance for  which ample security oould in given  he reserved the right to use his judgment as the merit* ol the care demanded.  He behoved the greatest ouestion  which would iipaai'iir in the election  was the Agricultural Aid Hill, and in  this he would be right behind lhe  government, as he believed it would  prove to be one of tho moBt beneficial  ineasurci ever introduced. He ref.T-  red to the effect of a similar act in  New Zealand, in which country egri  culture has been resouod from a condition of practically financial tankiupt-  cy in 90 years. He would start! too  for tho ��� -^teotion and i��J ������ ��� ttnmt of  tho fruit industry, and would be ready  to do all in his nower to solve the  problems of tho growers and ensure a  better return for their product.  Arrangements are being m-tdo (or  the holding of a series of meiti-ik's in  all points of the constituency v.hen  Mayor .Tones will   explnin   Ml   views  ried without a dissenting voice,     the    whole assembly to a man, r'l-'iiu     to toTtbe electors"  pledge his hearty support in tl.i coming campaign.  Mayor .Ton** in a brief replv thank  ed the delegates for the honor they  had done him, and assured tb.-m that  if elected there would bo no stronger  advocate of this oart of the province Following the announcement that  than himself. He was strongly in the Osrman submarine U-8 had been  sympathy with the Liberal-Conserva- sunk In tht F.mrlish Channel, the Ad-  tive government now in power, and miraltv *tat��l that six ol tho enemy's  beUtved tn the ability of Sir Hjlinrd' undersea boats have been lent lo the  McBride to carry on to a successful bottom sine* the' beginning of the  Issue the progreesiv* polioy whioh he'war,  Mr. Lionel    E. Taylor and ohildren  left this morning for the old eo*mtry.  At a largely attended mooting of the  above association held at Kvtiiuj'a  Landing, Okanagan Lake, in il.e puo-  lic hall Tuesday March uth, the following officers were elected;  President.���James B. Muirhead, Lw-  ings.  First vice president.���H. B. Knnnaird  Nuhun.  Second vice presidont.���H. it. Miacre,  Whiteman'B Creek.  Seetvtary-trettsurerv���J. il. Kcnyon,  Executive���H, Lenev, O. S. Moliocs,  Ceo. Smith, W, H. Colquhoun, V. Wil-  lett, A. K. Mcallister aid G. 0.  Browse.  - The members of tho West Side Conservative Association inoluilcs practically everv settler from Bear Creek on  ths south to Sis Mile Crock on the  north, who .needless to say are very  strongly in support of the Conservative platform.   O   Rutland1 News     i  (From oar owa OorrMDoaaaaaVt  Mr. K. C. Goodrioh and faiuilv have  removed from town and aro row living on their orchard in the -listi-ict.  *     ��  Mr. Geo. I.ongstaffe and fami'y ore  leaving on Monday to take up theis  residence in Benvoulin, where Mr. Long  stnffe intends to look after the property belonging to Mr-. 0. Duncan.  A very successful social was given  lust night in the Mountview Methodist churoh by the young men of the  Kpworth Leoguo. It being St. Put-  rick's day the program natiu-nllv iu-  cluHcd Irish songs, rcadingB, etc At  the close of the program the mcmlaers  in the audience were oalled upon to  relate any Irish story or jolr* they  knew, several good Btorics being the  result. Thia was followed by u contest consisting of hidden names, Irish  counties, which proved very interesting. Then refreshments were served,  and the social brought lo a clone by  the singing of the national nnt'ia-ni.  L1.I.ISON SCHOOL REPORT FOR  FEBRUARY  Last year the chief soil and orop instructor, under tbe departnucit of agriculture. Mr. J. C. Beadey, iniugu-  rated a moat interesting series of competitions in the growing of point aies  with the objeot of interesting Ins boys  and girls in better farming mithcos,  and the contests proved so ��u .we .afiil  and drew so many entries in all parts  of the province that the experiiiie.it is  to be repeated this year. At u recant meeting of the Kelowna Formers'  Institute it was decided to take < -  the matter in this distriot.  Any boy* or girl between .ho ages  of twelve and eighteen year* of e.ge  may enter, and they will --et not a  little fun and a good deal .if pic fit  and instruction by so doing, aud competing for the various prizes aita.-ia-d.  A special bulletin has been u.ued by  the department dealing with the contents and give full information as to  the rules and regulations, as well us  all necessary details regarding ihe preparation of the soil, treating ;,utl cutting the seed, planting, oultiv/vung  and caring for the crop so ns to pio- '  duce the best results. A copy of this  pamphlet oan be obtained bv --living  to the secretary of the Farmer*' Inf ti-  tute, Mr. K. L. Ward, and should be  procured by every boy and girt v,ho  wishes to compete.  The plot to be planted must lie exactly one-tenth of an aore, only ono  entry being allowed to yncn compc.i-  tor.  All competitors in tbe sr.nai dittriot  muat UBe tho same variety ct seed  (this will be announced later).  Eaoh competitor muat doo all the  work himself, except tint Cue younger  girls or boys may be assisted with  suoh heavy work as Dlowing aito.  Marks will be given and urizos uwar- ���  dad tor (1) the standing field of |i la-  toes, i.e., general appearunoe. eauikii'er-  ing method of planting, stand of crop  and vigor of growth, freedom fioin  blight, scabs, and inseots, method and  thoroughness of cultivation and p-irity  pf variety, and also for tho a- ->t. rent  viold considering number and weight  ol marketable potatoes per hill, quality, color, shape, and amoolhuess,  state and uniformity of maturity and  freedom from sunburn; (2) for the best  30 pounds of potatoes from such a  plot exhibited at the provincial seed  fair at Armstrong next fall; and (3)  for the best score accompanied by un  accurate financial statement of ex-  Deuees and receipts, using a uniform  scale of charges and selling p 'ices.  PRIZE LIST  To all competitors taking 00 per  oent, or over of the field or *uinding  orop score, a ribbon badge.  To all competitors taking CO per  oent., or over of the combined i.t-ld  and certified report score, a < opy of  "Fodder and Pasture Plants.'  For the best 20 pounds nf potatoes  from a plot that has been scored as a  standing crop, exhibited at -\ I'rovin-  cittl seed fair; First, $10; r,econd, ."8;  third, ft.  To the boy and girl who lako the  highest combined score for Handing  cro- certified report, and pro/iaicial  seed fair exhibit, eaoh a puro-'uvd  heifer calf of tbe breed of his or her  choice.  Parents who have the welfare of  their children at heart should oucour-  age them to enter this contact, i.nd  os all names must be sent in to lho  deportment within the next few weeks,  should apply at onoe to tho Institute  secretary for a copy of the pamphlet  giving all details.   O   KELOWNA DEBAmG JOCili'la  Pupils  attending     27  Average attendance     21,1  Senior IV.���Lois Homuth und Stanley Silke, equal, Elizabeth Conroy  Junior IV.���Annie     Conrjy, Eunice  'leather.  Third.���Arthur Geen, Frank Guest  Second Header.���Agnes      'onroy aud  Percy Geen, equal, Lily Bell.  First.���Robert Mclnnes.  First   Primer. ��� Stanley    'feather,  llomas Spenoer.  o '  The minister of militia r.nnnunoeB  that in all 708 horses wero l.o.,gl,t  llritish Columbia, S09 being for tho  cavalry and 280 (or the gunners, '.'ho  average price was 9131.33.  �� *  ELECTIONS POSTPONED  Premier Mollribe made the announcement last week-end that  owing to the unlooked for magnitude of tho task involvod in  in preparing new voters' litis  following U"'.n the redistribution of the political divisions,  the election date previously rn-  nouncod would have to be cancelled and  given.    I'p to tho Present   tht.  At ths meeting held on Friday the  12th of March, Mr. J. W. I lament took  the chair. The subject for debute vas  "That more opportunity should be  given for recreation on :*.i<aaltiy." Mr.  P. E. Corby took the nlf7imulivo and  Mr. A. P. MoKenzie the n.vnUwi.  The following members joined in the  debate: Mrs. Gore, Mest-ia. ('lenient,  Kerr, Thayer, Muirhead and dribble  and Miss MoNaughton aud Mrs. Kerr.  After Mr. Corby had replied, the  resolution was put to tla... meeting und  declared lost by 18 votes to 17.  The next debet* will 1�� In-lal on Friday, the fMth of March, when the suli-  ioct will be "That he presort paovin-  oial government it unworthy ail tha  confidence of the people." Mr. R. B.  Korr will take the allirmol ��� �� and A\.  W, J. Clement tbe negative.  The Ford Motor Car Co., have   issued    a now aeries of moving picturo  filma whieh will be shown in Kelowna  tomorrow    and Saturday.    The ciiir-  mous plant* of the Ford Company are  amongst tho modern industrial   von-  a1 dors ol the world, and the showing of  ,., these   pictures should prove intersdy.  little mora t'ime *' interesting.  ��� ,   W. F. Praetor, manager ot tho Hank  V of Montreal In Armstrong a lied     si.d-  exoot date .has not been fixed,  .>  but it seems fairly certain thnt ���> denly last wook.  ���;���   it will   take   place   during thc <f>  .>  first week in May. ���'���'    Armstrong haa decided to I old    it*  .;. .J, usual   oelebration   on Domini in Dcv,  .:..:-.m..X":��:-:-W"W"M~'>->':��:- >����� July ut, thit year. PAGE TWO.  KELOWNA  RECORD  THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915  KELOWNH RECORD  Published every Thursday at Kdowna,  Brit.ifc Columbia  JOHN LEATHLEY  Editor and Proprietor  SUBSCRIPTION  RATES  SI.50   per   year;    7So..    lix    months.  Unit*!  Ntutus 60 cents additional.        ���  AU lubaorlplloni payable la advance  Sulneriberi at ttie reiru.nr rate ran bave  extra paperi malted to Iriendii at a dir-tniu*  at HALF RATE. i.e.. 75 cente pur vear.  Talis .special prlylleRe it ffranted lor the  purpose ol advartisiiiii the oitv ind district.  ADVERTISING  RATES  LODGE NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  ETC.. 25* cente per column Inch per weok.  LAND AND TIMBER NOTICES-U0 dave. |5t  ���ill daya 17.  WATER NOTICES-**)  for live Insertions.  LEGAL  ADVERTIHING-Flrst   insertion.    12  cents per line; each subsequent liuwrUon. 8  cents per line.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -2 rent*  oer word lirst insertion, 1 oent per word  ���aea aubBflauent insertion,  DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS - Two inehrs  and under. 60 cents per inch lirst insertion  over two Inches 40 cents per inch lirst in-  sertion: 20 cents per inch each subsequent  insertion.  All changes in contract fulvertlsernentg mint  bs in tbe bands ol tbe printer by Tuesdnv  evening to en-iure publication in tbe next  issue.  Tho nearnoBi of the Liberal-Wonserva*  tivo nominating convention which wm  held this morning to the timo uf going to press miilu-H Impossible any  lengthy comment upon ita roftutt, Suffice it to say, howcvor, thnt if absolute unanimity on the nact of the  government BUDPOCtotS in all nuns of  our now constituency of Southern  Okmmgnn as (o the suit nihility of  Mayor J, \V. .Jones to contest ihe election on their behalf could anflUCO hit  return then the question is decided.  Although not by any means entirety  Unlocked for, it must have leen personally extremely gratifying 'o Mr.  Jones that without a linffte voles  being raised in opposition i��V even  alternative suggestion, he should have  boen enthusiastically selected, nn candidate, antl that expressions of confidence and pledges of hearty support  should have come from all elcUs.  The whole question of oleuting a  candidate for this district B*>ms to  us to be not uo much a matter of  politics, but of common eonae local  policy. So manv problems peculiar to  our own distriot are pressing urgently  for solution in many of which direct  assistance and cooperation of the government will be needed, that it would  be a wilful waste of onnortuoity nnd  foolish in tbe extreme to send nr-yone  to represent us at Victoria who wns  not in the closest touch or lad i ot  the widest knowledge and acq..A?ntu-ico  with those problems. Not to mince  mat tern wo aro passing through a  rrravo crisis in this part of the f iiiiim-  gan, and upon the wine settlement of  such mutters aB irrigation, fruit marketing, and belter transportation, cur  whole future depends. These mutters  for the moment should be placed before party considerations, raid the  most capable man to handle ihem selected.  For many years Mr. Jones has taken a leading part in all local movements, bearin*- upon the nd/ancement  of the district, and his (rood judgement, organizing ability and grip of  all our problems has been pcrcrnlly  relied upon. There seems to be not  the least reason for doubt that by  placing Hr. Jones in the house ut  Victoria we should have a irioud ut  court who would have the ability to  make his voice heard at all t'.m-'B in  our behalf. His open declaration that  that though favoring the broad jro-  groseive policy of the government, he  is not a hide-bound follower of every  move of the powers that be, aud his  insistance that he be left a freo l.uud  to follow his own convictions, assures  us of a oertain independence of enpre-  sentation which should ease the minds  of many.  One of the most important legislative measures, it is safe to say, ever  brought before the House At Victoria,  ie the bill which was passed (wards  the close of tho session, proviJing for  "Agricultural Credits" or In other  words cheap loans to assist fcrmors in  developing their holdings.  Although this has been a subject of  urgent solicitation from oil parts of  the province for some time oa.H, end  consequent!,, cannot fail to give general satisfaction, it is difficult to realize  at. once what a far-reaching aril bene-  Kcial effect it Ib bound to Iwo on  the agricultural industry of tho province, and not least right bore in our  own district. Its purpose is to help  the man who is trying to help himself  under possibly uphill circumstance* hy  fiving him a reasonable amount of  finanoial assistance, without ut the  same time crippling him with esiot-  liTMte interest charges, and making  I he terms of repayment easy enough to  allow him to get the full bmofit of  his labor aad industry.  Critics of the Royal Commission on  Agriculture which during 1913 and  1914 conducted a most nainat faking und  exhaustive enquiry into agncul.mai  conditions in all parts of the pr-��* incei  and an equally valuable survev of the  experiences of many other Countries  und states in dealing with agriri.iiuul  problems, will surely find reason in  the perusal of tho provisions of this  bill, to regret their hasty, foudtmiiu-  tions of tho Commission's wort. Il  is only a matter of two or tl.iee  months ugo that the report I the  commissioners, comprised in a voluiiie  which should bo in the hands of every  farmer und economist who is interest*  ed in the progress and development of  Hritish Columbia, wub issued )'���' the  government. With      comma i 1-ible  promptness the government hns seen  fit to bring down and puss into law a  measure based upon what is perhaps  the most important rocommm'lition  contained in that roport, imr.uly the  adoption of u system of direct tgrieul-  tural credit on the lines of the svstem  whioh has proved so highly successful  in New Zealand.     ���  In every country whero tho system  of careful financial aid to farmers and  pioneers has boon adopted, and they  include nearly all tho foremost agricultural countries of the world, lie? result hns been an undoubted, nnd almost immediate increase in nyiicultu-  rnl production and prosperity, upon  which aftor nil the only lasting pro*  greRs of any country can be built up.  The conditions in New Zealand irore  nearly approximate those in our ov.'n  province, und it is for that reason  thnt special attention has been paid  to the working of the system in that  country.  Every effort has beon mado in tho  lengthy ono and is difficult to summarize briefly.  It provides in tho first place f r the  appointment of u credit commission of  fivo members���a superintendent and  two directors to be appointed hy the  Lieutenant Governor in Cotiaull nnd  the Deputy Minister of Finance and  agrioulture*  Loans may bo granted for flu following purposes:  (a) The acquiring of land for agricultural purposes and tho satisfaction  of encumbrances on lund used for  and to ��nsuro its efficient and successful working ut nil times, it is a  framing of the act to safeguard it  from any possibility of DartUtmViiip,  such purposes:  (b) The clearing of land, druiniiw  dyking, water storage nnd irrigation  works.  (c) The erection of farm buildings.  (d) Tho purchase of livo am. dead  stock, machinery and fertilizers.  (e) Discharging liabilities incurred  for the improvement and development  of land used for agricultural purposes, and anv purpose cnlcul il -il (Ho  increase Und productIveness.  (f) And any purpose which iu the  opinion of the commission will increase the productiveness of tho l-,ml  in respect of which tho loan -a proposed.  (g) Carrying out the objects of any  association; subject to anproval by  order-in-council' as herein if ter provided.  (h) Taking over in whole or h. part  and with the approval of (Lo Lieutenant govornor-in-council, by cnler-  in council, any existing loan bv the  Crown in right of the province of  British Columbia to any aFSoc.iutioD  >r anv debentures issued by an/ association.  Before making a loan the comti.is-  sion must satisfy itself upon i.io following pointsu  (a) The value of tho security offered,  estimated on the basis of agriouliu.al  productiveness as hereinafter povided:  (b) The desirability of the pioposod  toan for any of the purposes described in the last preceding section.  (c) In the case of anaindwiduul  borrower, the ability of tho oj pli*  cant to make a fair living for himself and hiB family from the farming  of his land, when improved us proposed by means of tho loan erolicd  for, and after having paid interest  and amortization charges jr ether  payment* aa required under t he  mortgage.  (d) In the caso of an as-ioc.Ution  that tho association is solvent end  has adequate earning oowers, rnd  that its records, methods, investments and management are eati��fac  tory to the commission.  fe) That the granting of .he proposed loan for the specified purpose  in the opinion of the commission will  bo of economic benefit to the borrower.  Loans may be one of three kiuds.  Long dated loans prepayable in 'M>\  .30 or 20 years).  Short dated loans, (repayable in not  less than three, nor more t! an 10  years).  Single season loans, (repayable within 12 months).  No loan may be for a sum of less  than $250 nor more than $10,001. to  any individual borrower, othc than  un association, for long dated loans.  Short dated loans and single season  loans, are restricted to a maximum of,  S2.IXKI except to an association.  To obtain an adequate understanding of the working of the act of course  he full text mutt be perused, but the  above summary may serve to give the  reader an idea as to its scope.  It might be added that at present  the commission is authorized to loan  up to $15,000,000. but beyond that  sum additional legislative authority  must be secured.  "A word to the wise is sufficient"--  sometimes.��� Again there are times  when "A word to to the wise iB wasted." Jut we venture the oolnlon that  "a stitch in time saves nine/' and  that a clean chimney will not cutch  Hre.  During the nast few weeks tho fire  brigade have several times ooen summoned to supposed conflagrations to  find that only the vast accumulations  ol soot in the chimney have Iwun pet  on fire. Usually in such a -ase Die  soot Is so thick that only a very small  -ole is left in the oVntre of the chfnv  GIL LETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  ney, and when the contents catch tire,  tho roar caused by the dj aught  through the narrow hole It quite  sufficient to alarm ihe householder into summoning the fire brigade, which  is natural enough and to be on tho  sufe side, tho onlv proper thing to uo.  During the past winter chimney  sweeps visited the majority ol residences throughout the oity but found  so little to do that they wore forced  to look for a more paying occupation  in order to obtain the necessaries of  life, whilo the chimneys went ui.swept.  Uud these men been paid their small  charge and given the ���job of cleaning  tho chimneys suoh fires as wo have  been having lately would mil Lave  occurred, tho brigade would no' have  hud the trouble and inconveni )u0e of a  useless turn out, and nervous people  would have been spared a *.)id doal  of fright and excitement.  In many places regulations mr�� provided whereby chimneys mtiBt be cleaned at regular intervals of six or  twelve months and in suoh places a  chimney fire is a rare thing.  LOV-E'S OFFERING  1 bring you rouses,. roses red  Laden   with    perfume, rich nnd rare  and sweet,  Love's offering pure, by imoulse lef  I kneeling, dearest, lav thon at your  feet.  Could thoy but tell you h.ilf lie tale  The old, old story told ae ain anew  Outshone, the brightness of the stare  would pale.  Because 1 love you.  Svmbol of love, the MowerB I bring,  Mav fade and fall, their petals strew  the ground  Hut still the dying petals fling  Their native fragrance on the     oir  around.  So, though their Hfo mav "ll be spent,  The gladsome joy th?y bring to me  and you  Lives on. Their message by direct descent  Breathes this, I love vod.  Full mair> years since first wo net  Have sped their way, and --Mil   my  heart's aglow,  No whispering leeling of regret  ���   Has come mv way to mar .be love  I owe.  Deeper and fuller flows the s^oattt;  Mellowed by sorrow's,    trials strug  gled through  T cherish still the ardour of mv dream  Because I love you. *  SYDNEY H. OLD.  The first  >' of Mr. Joseph Martins iournalistic rareer has been signalized bv a writ claiming O(3.i.000  for alleged libel, issued s-rainst Mr.  Martin '-- L. D. Taylor.  The Imperial government is to.   discuss tho advisability of allowing overseas dominions to raise loans on   the  ���   market   under  certain    conditions.  Correspondence  TWO SUGGESTIONS  Editor Keluwuu ltecord,  Dear Sir,���1 would like witb your  kind pt'i'iiiissittia to lamkt! two suites'  I aulas of 1 hope publio iaiU'ivat. I ho  first itt that tht: city council i'uubo  to be carefully prepared a ton pletu  alphabelictil list of all the men who  havo volunteered lor Over-sea service.  from this district, and have at |a.iited  in thc very best style, hauritt luuiy  framed, anal suspended in some public  place, also that thu residents bi permitted to subscribe- towards the cost  in small sums (say 5 or IU cents ituch)  This idea is not original, as the  Kector of our Anglican ohurtih, hus  had since the war began a ample list  hanging in the church porch ��vtf all ihe  church members, fighting, or preparing to fight for their oountry. The  unanimous opinion of cverv owj I huve  met is, that nothing we oan do to  show our appreciation of me men  fighting our battles,- is too good, although I cannot altogether agree with  the Bwuepin" condemnation of those  unhuppy voung men who can go und  don't.  We should rather feel pity, for I lair  punishment is all to come after the  war is over, when they gazii wil). feelings of envy and remorse on their fortunate fellow citizens returning from  thoir hard won victories. Ci.n you  Sir, imagine anything more humiliating, and when later, oerhaps they offer themselves for public otlice, member of parliament, alderman, or even  church ill'u'ial; somo unkind "Heckler"  may cult out at the ntami.t.ition.  'Whoro woro you during thc Germun  War?" or perhaps thoir ohildren (i!  they can find a wife) "Which was your  regiment Dad in 1915?" We must not  wonder if suicide increases aftoa' this,  in fact when the lako wutor gets less  cold, the local authorities should keep  (heir oye on it.  Tho other Bupgestitin is more inun-  tlano, and that is simply that Kelowna residents act a little more tlni.ght-  fully townrds our putriotic and splcn-  alid fire brigade, by not giving tho  fire alarm except in caso of dire necessity. As an ex-volunteor firimun I  write feelingly.  Chimneys and stove nines a e better  left to burn out, and a heap of rubbish is easilv extinguished with a  bucket of water. During manv vears  of house-koeping, 1 havo hid soveral  small fires, but never thought of calling out the firemen. When 1 was not  nt home, the family always etfnOluaUy  attended to tho trouble.  This mild request is all the more  urgent now the svren is Bountfod to  its utmost, and unlimited capacity,  and is then autoklv followed hv the  ungodly screech ol the auto ' t,rn. a  useful musical instrument, but one not  lightlv to be invatked.  Honinff these suggestions will meet  with the a^'-rpvftl of auir citv council  nnd Ihe residents arenerallv. r.lld thank  ing vou for tho space so klnally fe-  Horded. Yours trulv.  ��. E. OVKVlflON  Kelowna, March 15, HUB.   o   A Naramata man who recontlv killed  a coyote by hitting it over tho head  wilh a club is deeply inoensed against  the government because he finds that  a teohnicnlitv in the law prevents him  from getting his *3 bounty. T'u) law  distinctly states that a norson claiming the bounty must have a gun licence. It is really as the agriuved  Bla.ver implies, a shocking caso of Kg-  ialative inefficiency. To argue that  our low makers did not foresee that  anyoae would get near ��riou"h to a  coyote to swat it with a olub is merely bovaring'the question. Wc do rot  sec how the caBo can be adequafely  met except by the immediate resignation of the ' new Minister of Agr'��i'>  tur* tni \U Wtt, Si the cabinet.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rightt of 'he Dominion  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the \oitu-  west Territories, and in a portion of  the Province of British Columbi t, may  be leased for a term of :weii,y-one  years at an annual rental of $1 an  acre. Not more than 2,500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Applications for the leate must be  made by thc applicant in person to  the Agent or Sub-Agent of the distriot  in which the rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described bv sections, or legal sub  divisions of lections, and in unsurvey-  ed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application mutt be accompanied by a fee of Sa which will bt  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwii  A royalty thall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at 'he  rate of five centa per ton.  The person oporating the mine thall  furnish the agent wilh sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable ooal mined and pay tha  royalty thereon. If the ooal mining  righti are not being operated, tuch  returns shall be furnished al least  once a vear.  The leate will inolude the coal mining rightt only, but the lease* may  be permitted to purchase whatever  available surfaco rightt may bt considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10 an aore.  For full information annlioation  should be made to the secretary of  the Deportment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agant  of Dominion lends.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  The New Kind of  , Store  that opens on Saturday  at  2.30 prompt in Morgan's o'd  stand is to be a  VARIETY  STORE  A store thai is different. That is tba  kind of store we intend to have. Wa  invite you to come and look around  even it you don't desire to purchatt.  Here are tome big valuet which will  bt will worth looking at :���  Cranittware Ssuctptnl, worth 20c  Opening Special ..10c  Not mort than two will  bt told to one customer  Combination   wood  Coat  and   Skirt  Hangerij which are sold in some stores  at 20c each  Opening Special..2 for ISc  Not more than two will  be sold to one customer  To tk* first 20 customers pnrchaiiu  50c worth of goodt tack, wo will  girt free of curf��� ��� tiro goUfuk  ia a glut howl  B.C. Variety Syndicate  Tha Home of Big Values  R. P. MENZIES, Mngr. Kelowna  asi   in Groceries  The Important Event of the Season  Now is your chance to buy staple Groceries at less than  wholesale price. Look over this list, which is only  part of our Specials���then act quickly by baymg at once  SPECIALS ARE FOR CASH ONLY  Robin Hood Flour.    The Best," every sack * *1  guaranteed. Reg. $2.35 sack; Special... S-*^"  Robin Hood or Purity Rolled Oats; 8-lb.  sacks, 4Q* ; 20-lb. sacks..   Nabob Tea, reg. 50c lb   ���  Choice Coffee, fresh ground   Evaporated Prunes, fresh stock   Pure Jam, assorted flavours, in 5-lb. tins  Cream Sodas, in tins   Canned Pumpkin, for preserving, lrg. size  Canned Red Salmon   Canned String Beans   Pure Honey, in 5-lb. tins..... ,  Fancy Tea Biscuits, in 4-lb. packages  per lb 40c  3 ��>���   $1  per lb. | Oc  E��ch 75c  pertill25c  2 for 25c  3 for 25c  per tin ] Qc  per tin 7 5C  pwp^lOc  Come Early and Avoid the Rush   moEPtim/  THESTmEOFPUm  PHONE 35  PHCNE 35  "Kelowna Record" Office  The place to take the job you vant '.Printed Nicely'  Spring Arrivals in  Winery  We are opening up every week new arrivals of tho latett and  moat up-to-date Millinery models.   Your inspection it cordially  invited at all time*  Spring  Wash  Goodt  Wash Goods are here  in great profusion for your  Summer Frocks.  Ginghams  Plain, Check* and Stripe*,  all fart colon, at,, 15c yd.  Better quality in large  aatortment of different  weave*, at  20c yd.  Smart Black  and White Prints  15c yd.  Crepe Cloth  with Silk Stripe, in colon  of Mauve, Blue, Pink, Sand  and White, at....50c yd.  Large assortment of other Wash Good* too numetou* to mention  Jtrman Hunt  Dry Goods Stort  Kelowna THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1915  KELOWNA   RECORD  raVOITEBB  Keep this Fact   !  j  ���  a   Before You  That $1 spent at Rae's during  this Closing-Out Sale of the  Richmond Stock will buy as  much as $1.50 spent elsewhere  TAKE your money out of the bank and buy enough merchandise to do your  whole family for months while this opportunity is yours. Do you realize  thc prices of all merchandise are advancing daily ? Have you read what Mr.  P. A. O'Farrell, of Dublin, has written on  the conditions after the war in the Daily Province of March 12th ? He says: " Those who  expect prices to drop when the war ends are  living in a fool's paradise." He also says the  farmers must devote their best energies to  extensive cultivation of the land if food production is to keep pace with the consumption. The  farmer is the great factor of the world's social  structure and his labour and intelligence should  be rewarded better than that of any other member of the business world, and the day is at hand  when the farmer will come into his own and  when rewards and remunerations should be as  ample as those of the lawyer, the banker, and  the doctor. *���  So, get back to the land with a sunny smile, and you  may be a millionaire in a little while. Don't forget our  bargains that will help you on the way  The writer's imperative instructions are  to keep hammering  down the prices and  get the goods out.  We cannot say how long  this Price-Cutting Sale  will last, as some merchant may take over the  whole business any day.  Men'* bos calf Blucher*, in all the latest  a,yIe..reg.$5for $3,50  Men'* high cut Boot* in the bett makes,  reg. $8 and $8.50 for $5.95  Men'* low ihoet in Walk-over* and other  good make*, reg. $5.50to $6...$3.50  Men'* (olid leather English boot*, in black  and tan, reg. $7 $4.95  Men'* fine Dongola Blucher*, reg. $4.00  �����' $2.60  Boy*' box calf boot*, reg. $3 $ ]  9")  Boy* Heavy box calf, with waterproof  aolep, reg. $3.50 and $4 $2.45  Msn't Walkover BjoI*, reg.$6.50$2.95  Ladiet' box calf boott,  in  black and tan,  sizes up to 31, reg. $5 $ | #7*5  Ladies' Walk-over boot*  in many  "tylea,  '<**5.5o $3.50  Ladie*' Strap Slipper*,reg. $2.50-$ | .50  Old  Ladies' solid Comfort boot*, ajzet up  to'4, reg. $2.50  75c  3 Bottiet of 25c Polith tor 25c  Ladie*' Home Slippers, reg. $ 1,75$ ] . 2 5  Boys' and Girl'* School Boot* at big reduction* on every line.  Men'* fine Underwear from the beat mak-  kert, tuch a* Standfield'*, Walton's, Penman'* and Turnbull'a, all at aale price* -  Per garment 50c, 75c.95c, $1.25,$1.9S  Men'* Negligee Shirts, reg. $1.50 75c  Working Shirt* in great variety at price*  from  50c up  Men'* Tie*, reg. 50c, for 25c  Men'* Canvat Glove* 5c pair  Men'a Sox, reg. 35c 25c  Men'* Caihmere Sox, reg. 50c 3Sc  Men'a English catahmere, reg.40c & 45c25c  MEN'S SUITS. Navy Blue English wonted  reg. $30 and $25   $18.00  Men'a English Tweed Suitt���  Reg. $15.00 for    $8.50  Reg. $20.00 $13.00  Reg. $25.00 $18.00  35 Men'a Engliah and Scotch Tweed Suit*  ���t Half Price  Boy*' Suits up to size 29 at Half Price  NO'.V is buying (imt for tha boyt  Again we urge you to take advantage of our Sale Prices on High-Class  Reliable Merchandise.  We have just received another lot of Dry  Good*, bought aome time ago, to be placed  on the bargain counter to effect apeedy aale  BARGAIN STORE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY  This Year's Grain  Production will be  Biggest in History  'Villain the next few weeks tlio .armors iu Canada, will be engujiiiU u|'on  Uie work oi aeoaiinij the ni-eatest uue-  une which has ever been iriven over to  the production of grain in ihe history  oi the Uoiuinion. while aim rtuvi portraying the actual increase in ui cn will  not bo given until the Inderal i ulhoii-  ties at Ottawa compile iu lba lat*  spring the reports Irom their correspondent* on work done, lho Ijlliiingt  of investigations which have ai.-einly  been completed point glourjji io the  conclusion that the addition l.'i.'vtgh-  out the western provinces,- at toast,  will be very considerable in ��Moni,  Olheialt ol the Canadian Northern recently finished a survey of fall plowing  along tho linos oi that company io  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.  Tho figures whioh were sent in, ol  oourse, deal with tho U.&.K., only, but  thoy may be tukon as an miiic.ni jn ol  the manner in whioh the farmers west  of the Ureal Lukes have responded lo  the call ior a greater production oi  foodstuffs in Canada. Five hii'itued  and thirty-nine agents contributed to  the report in order that it would be  thoroughly representative of lie leiri-  tory served.  Altogether along tho Canadian r-or-  thern lines in the nrairie proviacts Ihe  inorease may be averaged it ' foity  per cent. The figures give a total  acreage plowed last fall of 0,131,376  acres. This is on increase of ' ,7 i 0, lib  acres over tho preceding vear. I'iguieU  at 21.30 bushels to the ���tore���tiie flut  average of the yield in wostcrn provinces in 1914 for wheat, outs and  barley���the grain yield from lall-itlow-  ed lands along tho Cunudian .Northern  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alberta, would bo l;|-J,157,sls,ss bushels.  Un tho yield basis of last year the  increased acreugo would produce .17,-  75'J,38U.M bushels. Hut 1914 wos an  oil' year for grain production in tno  west, and that average will piouubly  be exceded in 1915.  The largest acreage ior any station  was reported from Star City, in lhe  Dlaoa lottiti distriot in northern Saskatchewan, it was given ub ilu.U'Ki  and the increase over last veer ai -IU  per oent. Maisbairry, CJOM to St.-ti  City, reported 75,000 acres, .'.abort,  near by on tho same line, claimed en  increase of 100 pur cent. Uostht-rn reported an incruuso of 300 p. r ccLt.  over last year. Duck Lake's t'n),000  acres is incroused by 75 per ..ami. 'I o  the north, llulford, on tho Huff line  connecting tho cities of l'rince Albert  and florin Battleford reported ���J.COO  acres an area 95 per cent greater thuu  in 1913, To the Bouth, iu Suskuli'he-  wan, Dclislo, on tho Saskatoon-Calgary line, reported 88,000 ttcrni, winch  is an increase of 30 per cent, tf ui shall  on the main lino towurd 'he Alberta  boundary roturned 50,000 aciui. lu  Alberta the town of ilannu reported  40,00(1 acres, an increuso of 20 pel  cent. Stettler, in tho oentral portion  of the province, gave 30,000 in i"  crease of *i0 per oent. Craigmylc, dose  to Colgary, reported 40,000 acres and  Delia, the'next station 47,000, which  iB an inorease of "WO per cent. Two  towns on tho some line, clojor ta, the  Snskatohewan-Alborta line���Oeresl and  Chinook���report 15,000 acres ouoh. In  the former the increase is gnoti tit  1400 per cent, while at tbo latter place  there was no fall plowing dono in  1913.  Even in the older-settled parts ol the  west, there are gratifying incenses.  At Morris, in Manitoba, the acreage is  givon at 30,000 and the increuso 35  per cent. At Gladstone, thero are 20,-  000 acres, whioh represent a 25 per  oent inorease. At Spirting in'ht Carman subdivision, the agent r ports  10,000 whioh is an increase i>l 13 per  cent. At Dunron in tho Hartnoy distriot tho figures jump to 70,300 which  represents an increaso of 70 nor ctnt.  Kipling reports 75.000 un increase of  90 por cent. As theso nre I he const-1-  ouous returns ont- it is apparent that  Canada is doing hor alloted part of  tho task which is ot present confront  ing the Empire.  ASTROLOGICALLY Sl'EAKlNT,  The second quarter of the moon begins on March 23rd at 2.48 p.m. il'a-  oifie time). The right thing to plant  during the second quarter an, beans,  egg plant, inuskinelon, Dtas, iHipor,  pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, waiter-  melon.  The dav on which the moon changes  quartern should be avoided, .ao tho  best days to sow thete seels will bo  Wednesday 24, Thursday 26, Friday 98  and Saturday 37.  On Wednesday and Thursd'ty the  moon will be in a "fruitful'' sign,  therefore choott these days in preference to the rest.  Mondav tho 22nd is not a riirlicular-  lv good, day, and on the ollnr a!i,\ s  mentioned the vibrations 'are more  favorable in the forenoon th.tn in Ihe  afternoon.���Mrs. Gore.  Collier's Weekly savs tho grout wnr  has proved one thing at least: 'ihe  enduring bravery of mankind, Mililarv  writers of a few years ago wero sketi-  tioal about tho soldierly 'lualilinu of  modem city dwellers, believing that  our urban civilizations must D*OM**r-  ilv sap the fighting soirit, nnd perhaps overcome it entirely. Tlio present struggle had ended all *h ,t soil  of comment. Whether Belgian, l'n-  lish. French or German, those dorks  and factory hnnds can hold their  soul in strength, and on tho given  word can charge and die as velinnl-  lv at any apartan.  Linoleums and  Carpets  We have a splendid stock of Choice Designs  in Floor Coverings and would like you to  call and look them over.   Nothing  will help your Spring Cleaning  more than to replace that  old,   worn-out   carpet  with a new one  Kelowna Furniture  Co.  COAL  COAL  PER TON  Famous Taber Lump - $10.50  Pensylvania Egg -   17.00  Pensylvania Stove      -   1 7.00  Pensylvania Nut -   17.00  Phone  66  CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDERS  W. HAUG  P.O. Bos  166  Every step counts these Hard Times  It will pay you to take a few steps on Water Street to  get a Bargain at the  Second-Hand Store  I'll Guarantee   You From  10  to 50 per  cent, on every purchase you make  I have lhe most varied aatorlment of Household Good* in  Kelowna. Come in and inspect the goodt, it will pay you for  your trouble.   A line of China and  Crockery alway* in (lock  A. E. COX  SECOND-HAND STORE  We have what you want in  LUMBER  Common and Finish  D  oors  Wind  ows  Shingl  les  Prices right       Delivery prompt  atisfaction guaranteed  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  D. LLOYD-JONES  Managing-Director  The Specialist  In olden time* the docto. waa a farmer and a horse trader, and  to on. At time passed the doctor turned specialist and devoted  hia entire time and ttudy towards one point. It ia the tame in  the Plant Butinett. Wilh the keen competition of thete day*  it is necessary for the individual to be a Specialiat  in  business.  We are specialists in Tomato Plants.  In point of qunlity and price, which it the combination necet-  tary for ultimate success, no one can excel u*  P. E. CAMPBELL  Planttman  Corner ol Si. Paul Street tnd Cawtton Avenue  Kelowns PAGE FOUB  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1415  The Kelowna Land &  Orchard Co., Ltd.  (lncorpor.ted 1904)       Proprietors of the Priests' Orchard  NURSERY  STOCK  We are new taking orders for  all Commercial Varieties  THE RANCH  Blacksmithing done.     Weighbridge.    Oats crushed.     Fence posts, Milk,  Potatoes, Applea, Sac, for Sale.  Apply to the Ranch Manager or Ranch Office.   Phone 2202;   P.O. Box 209  OFFICE HOURS:  City Office : 9 to 12;  1.30 to 5 throughout the week.  Ranch Office :  9 to 12;   I to 5.30, excepting Thursday, cloaing at 12 noon.  Belgo-Canadian Block  P.O. BOX 580 PHONE 5  O.K. LUMBER CO., Ltd.  Are now completely equipped to supply  all  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  I Want to Say  that when we intimate that we Repair Leather Coods, we mean  EVERYTHING made  of  Leather���including Harness, Boot*  and Shoes, Grips, Leggings, Belts, &c.  If it is made of Leather we can repair it  WATER STREET  KELOWNA  THOMLINSON, Harnesstnaker  Next door to 25c Store        Phone - 347-  "MADE IN CANADA"  Ford Runabout  Price $540  Prices of other Ford cars are:  Five-Passenger Touring Car $590,  Two ��� Passenger Coupelet, $650,  Five-Passenger Sedan, $1150. All  cars fully equipped, including electric headlights. Prices F.O.B. Ford,  Ont. Buyers of all Ford cars will  share in our profits if we sell 30,000  cars between August I, 1914, and  August 1,1915. All Ford cars are  on exhibition at  BURBANK MOTOR CO. . KELOWNA, B.C.  jftord  K. P. Meredith and family left this  morning for the prairies.  * #    #  The Benevolent Society will mf-ei on  Monday. March #2nd at 3 p.m., at lhe  usual place,  # *   *  Mrs. W. li. Trench will not' receive  on Friday, March 20th nor iv tin this  season.  * #    *  In thc Methodist church on Sunday  thc piLsLur will disouss at 11 a ji. "is  (..od Indifferent?" and at 7.30 p.m. "Is  Religion anything more than Mortality?"     ���  # #    #  Seemed as though the little green  reminders of "Auld Oirlaad," were  more in evidence yesterday than usual.  Perhaps tho grim fact of the war stir-  ed thc heurts of those from tbe old  sod.  # #    #  The services in the .'.'res uy ten an  church next Sunday will be conducted  by the Kev. Ferguson Millar, I.'./.., of  Penticton. Tho sacrament of the  Lord's supper will be dispensed at the  morning scrvice.The preparatory service will be held on Friday at 8 p.m.  * #    #  The "Province" last week contained  under tho heading "A military family'  a picture   of    Mr. J, Conlin and his  three sons of Vancouver, all nt wtom  have joined some branch of the military service. Mr. Conlin is a brother  of Geo. Conlin of Kelowna.  # tt    *  In the McKenzie Co.'s advertisement  last week an item appeared by mistake "Fleishman's Yeast, 2 tor 25c."  Fleishman's is a good riser, 'ill right,  but it wouldn't riso that much even  in war time. That "2" had ;..> business there���should havo been "2 for  5 cents."  * tt    tt  A party took place on Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.  Paisley on the occasion of Miss C.  Soutar leaving on Thursday en toute  for tho old country. Dancing v. as  heartily enjoyed. About forty in till  were present. Music was su-'^itxl ly  Miss Rutherford nnd Mr. W. Murray.  Songs were sung by Messrs I. Uarte  and .). Wilkie. Aftez refreshments hod  been served Mr. Paisley in Lite n-ime  of tho company with a few well-chosen  words presented Miss Soutar with a  handsome gold bungle, as a token of  esteem to which Mr. Batte replied on  Miss Soutar's behalf. The ���U'.'iWT ol  Auld Lang Syne brought. ,i most enjoyable evening to   a  close.  Weather Report for February  Compiled bv 01 It. Bangor, ohiaervcr.  fampsruturs  DATE MIN. MTX  "      2   3D 32  Feb.    1    �� 32  ���i      3   !'l 30  "      4   Jl 29  "      5  II 26  6   3'J 30  "     7   :u 39  ������     8   :'�� 29  "      9   11 30  "     10   ,.. 37 28  "     11     33 27  "     11    SB 21  "     13   39 27  "    14       :;���* 17  "    15   II 23  "    16   -M 20  "     17    15 34  "     18    12 32  "     19    m 30  "    20   13 27  "    21    40 22  "    22   12 31  "     23    47 29  * . 24   43 33  "    25   18 35  "    26    '.  19 33  "    27    13 25  "     28   JO 33  RAINTaU.L  Total precipitation fair  at la   .. .30  An urgent appeal has been made by  the lied Cross Society to local workers Ior surgical supplies, bandages,  dressings, etc. A meeting ior the  making ol these will be held at Mrs.  (Jeo. James' Abbott street, Karen 23,  ut 2 p.m., under the superiatendeuce  of Miss Miller, the matron tat the  hospital1, All ladies who would like  to help are heartily invited to attend.  #   *    #  An interesting presentation was made  lust night on behalf of the l'ln harmonic society and others to Hr. Herbert Whitehead who starts on his  wus today returning to tbe old  country. For many years Mr. Whitehead has been prominently conieoted  with tho musical life of lielo.vna, he  being the founder and lor a long time  conductor of the Kelowna Oicbestra  (now tho Philharmonic society) and  it was folt that his untiring devotion  to this and other musical oiguniza-  tions hIioii.iI not be allowed to go unnoticed. The gift took the sliitaae of a  gold headed cane, engraved with the  receivers initials, and was accompanied  bv tho beet wishes of all for bis future  prosperity, and many assurances of  esteem and goodwill.  Young Peoples'  Society  The life story of Count Leo Tolstoi  the celebrated liussian author end  seer, was the subject of a lecture givon at tho Baptist churoh last Monday  evening by Kev. J. C. Switzer to e  large and interested audience. Mr.  Swit'/er reviewed the literature cf Eu-  rope thirty years ago and showed how  Russia caught the inspiration of its  high tone. He spoke of previous Russian writers and went on to -?peak ot  the life work of Count Tohtoi who  was born in 1323 of an aristocratio  family. His peculiarities showed them  selves early in life, and he early tiain-  ed himself to suffer. He had a good  education, went into society ,.ml  both his parents had died when h-1 was  quite young he had every (aeility for  going about and seeing things. His  experiences set him thinking. He left  tho university, went to his jwn estate  whore he tried to put into practice the  Golden Kulo. His people did rot  dcrstand him, however, us thoy  thought his real aim was lo grind  more money out of them, as others  had done. He lived a reckless life for  a time, which was in after life, a constant source of regret to iiim. Hia  brother induced him to join the army  in the south, where he wrote hia first  book, "Childhood," and gathoivd his  material for other famous oooka. "The  Cossacks," and "The Invaders" He  was in the siege of Sebastopol, where  ho was on the stall of the commander-  in chief. He asked to be pat in the  most dangerous places, vo that he  oould see all that could be seen, ami  these experiences were embodied in his  book "Tales of Sebastopol."  The result of visiting hospitals there  gave him great respect for hs follow  men and he was forever rfterwards opposed to war of all kinds.  Mr. Switzer spoke of Tolstoi's iceals  aud the evolution of his thought (-.long  lines which have made him fi.mous  ns an idealist of an extreme type, but  gained for him the respect oi both  friends and foes.  Tolstoi embodied his teachings  numerous articles, whioh spread like  wildfire throughout Russia. Hia renunciation of the Greek ohuroh, end  writings along religious linos were  described by Mr. Switzer, as was also  the wav he helped the Doukhnhors out  of Russia. Tolstoi .was excommunicated by the Greek ohuroh for his writings.  Mr. Switzer was heartily thanked lor  hia very interesting lecture.   0   That the Groat Northern will really  go ahead with its proposed line up  the Okanagan from Oroville Jo Penticton was formally announced at  tho board of trade meutin* ut Pontic-  ton last week.  AUSTRIANS OPI'OSIV; RUSSIAN ADVANCE  A hastily constructed oniricov und Austrian infantry awaiting a Kus-  sian attack on tne eastern frontier.  SPRING GOODS  For ihe Farm and Garden  The Spring weather will soon be on us and  every Fanner should get his equipment  ready to take advantage of an early start.  John Deere Plows, Spring  Tooth and Disk Harrows,  Lever and Diamond Harrows  Comb Seeders & Cultivators  FARM SEEDS  Timothy, Clover and Alfalfa  POULTRY SUPPLIES  Pratts Reliable Poultry Food  Baby Chick Food (Specially for young  chicks) ; Poultry Regulator, Lice  Killer,  Roup Tablets, Etc., Etc.  W. R. Glenn & Son  Pendozi st. & Lawrence Avenue - KELOWNA  PHONE 150  We Have Funds to Ihvest  on First Mortgages  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  ��^>��^^WV^^>^rVgOW'J*3^W����j��>JV>>V*  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within ons half mils of town, and being  about loo hat above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Watar.  Close to Town and Market.  There is only one GLENMOHE. Don't mis* tha opportunity of eeloctins a few acne of tkis daairakls  property.  The Central Okanagan Lands. Ltd.  KELOWNA, fcC.  'm**m<*Ul1*m*m*m*m***~rm*^rm*m**m~*m'**m-m~mnmr>m^ '  Pare Maple Syrup and  Pancakes  What a delicious combination I Nothing nicer (or the evening  meal.   Please remember that our maple ayrup ia made and  packed in aanitary surroundings by reputable manufacturers  and ia fully guaranteed  Pur. maple eyrup, Pride of Canada  brand and Canadian brand, in  6-lb. tins, each  Pure maple syrup, Pride of Canada  brand and Canadian brand, in  Qi. bottles, each    65c  5-lb, tins, each  ol.OO  Red    Ribbon    buckwheat    flour  Per pkg  20e  6-lb. tin., each  ^�����\ 'jit a��~���   .-   J  Olberte self-raiiini bnckwhe.i'no*  Per pkf 40c  P~��  Cat out tha heavier food stuffs during spring months. Eat more vegetables.  Thay an more wholesome, economical and batter tor tba system  FRUIT  Apples-N.wtown Pippin, box... II  Spiltenberg, box  $1  Oranges, per dox 25c, 40c, 50c  Lemons, per doz    40c  Crapa Frail, each  10c  Bananas, per dox,  45c  VEGETABLES  Potatoes, par Ib $1.25  Carrots, 15 lbs  25c  Turnips, 15 lbs,    25c  Onions and Beetroot, IS lbs.... 25c  Parenins, 15 lbs  25c  Freeh Lettuce at green onions, lb. ISc  EXTRA  SPECIAL  WhiteStar Pickles-Mixed. Onioneend    '  Chow.   Reg. 30c; Special.    2 for 35s  Can Beene (earing)    3t'ne25*  D. D. CAMPBELL  Phone Three Oh I  Phone Three Oh I THTJBSDAY, MARCH 18. M5  KELOWNA   RECORD  ���*    PROFESSIONAL AND   ������  ���*       BUSINESS CARDS      ��  '"  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,       *    '",  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.,  KELOWNA.      ' i%    ''-.$&.  \mht  mm  R. B. KERR  Barrister.  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA.  B.C  WEDDELL & GRIBBLE  BARRISTER, SOLICITORS, and  NOTARIES PUBLIC  9, Wlllit's rJloch   ���'  rCelorOiia, B.C.  P. EDMUND CORBY  Member ol lhe B.C. Social, ol Archilecla  ; Architect  Kolownn, B.O  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey. B.A., Sc, C.E, D.L.S., B.C.I.S.,  CHARLES   HARVEY,  QVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  FEBBY-KEI.OWNA, OKANAGAN  LAlB  Ferry, Kelowna, Okanagan Ltkc  In accordance with chapter go, H.8.  B.C. 1911, "Ferries Aot," lho rovern-  ment of British Columbia invite    applications for a charter for n Jerry to  The Dreamland Bowling League OMue  to a close last night, the schedule having been completed.  Throughout the winter the bowling  game has furnished splendid sport,  exercise and enjoyment for many who  have taken a keen interest rn the  game and the league games have also  provided amusement for many epecia-  i tors as well as the bowlers, A keen  I but friendly rivalry has existed among  I the individual bowlers and the teams  ply between Kelowna and a |wint on' *U,ke .and m,an>' reKr8t that lbs sehe  the opposite side of Okanagan Lake,I -"Ji? <*.**Jonier.  known as Westbank Ferry ���,liD. I    1.��� *^�����*al averages ol tho soc-  Applioations, endorsed, "Tardea: lor on<1 ha" ,0' ">'�� winter's league shows  Ferry, Kelowna, Okanagan Lake," | ? mark<�� improvement in lorm of a  will be reoeived by the Honourable I ,8t** ""ber of the players' and when  Minister of Publio Works up la 12 o'-| anot1"* league is formed in the .fall  clock, noon on Mondav, the '*ind day , "? "J" Probably be a large number  of March, 1915. ' | ��! b��w'ers    ready to enter the ranks  The oharter .will cover a neriod ex-! w?�� v}n ���> �����*> t�� hold their own  piring on the 31st, March, Will. I "J���1 "> "t in the nrevinoe.  The ferry shall make two trips each' sav 'J81 tne leagues Mva been a  way every day, weather nermittiug.     | mcce�� and have furnished the maxi-  TKe time of departure from und ar-   J*"* of amusement for all speaks well  rival at Kelowna shall be nrrangoJ so' ,or tho management pf the alleys and  that connection oan be made wilh tho ' !liat twoleagues havo been successful-  Answers Criticism  .of Cow Testing  for Tuberculosis  Criticism ol the government'.  Phono 147.  P.O. Box 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD  TOD  BOYD  has resumed his teaching classes and will  leceive pupils as before in his studio-  Trehch Block, Kelowna.  P.O. box 374  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOf*.  CIVIL ENGINEER -  P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA  P. W. GROVES  M. Can.Soc.CE.  Consulting Cloil and Hydraulic  Engineer  B.C. Land Surveyor  Sunreya end Report, on Irrasatioaa Worka  Application, for water Uceneea  KELOWNA. B.C.  H. C. ROWlfcY ��� F. REYNOLDS  A.M.IiMt.C.E..A.M.C<ui.Soc.CE.       B.C.US.  ROWLEY & REYNOLDS  Cloil Engineers and Land Suroeuora  Water Supply, briteliea, Saibdiviaiooa, eac  P.O. Box 261  Phone 131  Canadian   Pacific Railway tympany's' iv.jtr.riet*  steamers.  Applioant shall give a description of  the vessel or vessels it is proposed to  use, which must conform :n all res-  peots to the requirements of "The  Canada Shipping Act, 1906," eand  amending aot.  All children who are travelling to  nnd Irom school shall be carried lioe  of charge.  Applicants shall state the tolls they  propose to ask for���  Each adult passenger.  Each child (not in arms) under  thirteen years.  Eaoh head of oattle, horse, mulo, or  donkey, etc  Eaoh calf, sheep, goat, or swine, etc'  Eaoh vehicle with one horse nnd  driver.  Each cart or wagon with one hotse  and driver, loaded.  Each vehicle with two horses and  driver, unloaded.  Each vehiole, with two horses and  driver, loaded.  Each automobile and driver,  Eaoh paroel of 25 lbs., and under.  Freight, per 100 lbs. and under, non  perishable goods. I  Freight, per 100 lbs., nnd under,'  perisha'lo goods. |  To tbe successful apolicant the eov-1  eminent of British Columbia will pay  at    tho   expiration   of   every   three  months of   satisfactory    servioe     the'  sum of 926X1.  through under the trying  conditions whioh have existed this  winter is by no means a record lo be  ashamed of. Many bowlers have been  snatched from the various teams during the playing season, handioamiing  them considerably, and to the faot  that tho Pastimes who finished in first  place have been able to hold thoir  line up from the start, in no doubt  primarily responsible for iheir splendid showing in the race for the pennant. This team, whilo ha/ing been  pressed pretty hard at timos have succeeded in completing the schedule without a single series having been lost, a  record to be proud of.  Tho Beavers and the Shiners nrn tied  for second place whilo the Dreamlands  lead the second division. The Slaimi-  rooks finished in fifth place vith the  Bears in the basement.  #   #   ��  The Shamrocks defeat.>d �������� lirnnnv  lands two out of three games on Mon  dav night. The scores wero ai follows:  SHAMBOCKS  Harvey, 126   118 132���376  Casorso .. 101   162 M6--409  Bouvette   140   129 112- 381  MoLennan 128   136 11.1-413  Hedgos   150   171 125���146  Totals 645   716  061-2025  DREAMLANDS  lohnson    127  The government of British Columbia y, Treadgold  .".",'  124  3, Crowloy Block  Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd  i      DENTIST  P. O. Box is* .'Psoas ss  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  JOHN CURTS  .'    CONTRACTOR ta BUIIDER  Plans a(id Specifications Prepared  and estimates given (or public Build*  ings,Tov/n and Country Residences  JOHN frjRTS. KELOWNA  1    JPHONENo.93  S. W- THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  <Creduele MeGill Uraiveraity)  Residence : GLENN AVENUE  Messaass may ba loft at tha office of  Messrs. Rattenbury tt Williams  THEOSOPHIC AL SOCIETY  "KELOWNA LODGE"  Maalinia everr Tuesday evening, at 8p.m.,  al the reaidence of S. M. Gois, Patterson Av.  Public invited. | Landing library.  W. B. PEASE.  President  S. M. GORE, Sac.  P.O. Box 362  Save 50 p.c.  i  , > ���  on your Boott- and Shoes  |f"'v-,    I.'.    ,  "���ytuvfthem repaired  Promptly,        ;,.;  Properly &  Cheaply  by up-to-date machinery  Frank Knapton  ..'     Bernard Avenue  not necessarily bound to aoeept  tho lowest or any application submitted.  .1. E. GRIFFITH,  Deputy   Minister   and Public Works  Engineer, Department of I'ublio Works  Victoria, B.C., 4th March, MR.  16-17  J.awley 146  Parker   107  H. Treadgold ... 151  12i��  Ul  126  134  164  113-374  09���:^,34  113-384  134���375  153���473  OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Ferry, Suinmerland-Narauiata, Okanagan Lake  In accordance with chapter bo, U.S.  B.C., 1911. "Ferries Act", the government of British Columbia invite applications for a oharter for a ferry to  ply between aSummerland and -x point  on the opposite side of Okanagan Lake  known ��� as Naramata, a distance of  about two miles and three-quarters.  Applications will be reoeived up to  13 o'olook noon, Monday, 22nd March,  1015.  Ths oharter will cover a noriod expiring on the 31st March, 1916.  Ths ferry shall make two trips each  way every day, weather permitting.  Applicants shall give a description  of ths vessel or vessels it is proposed  to use, whieh must conform in all  respects to the requirements of     the  Canada .Shipping Aot" and amending Aot,  Applioants shall stats the tail's thoy  propose to ask for���  Eaoh adult passenrer.  Eaoh ohild (not in arms) uudor  thirteen years.  Each head of cattle, horse, mulo or  donkey, eto.  Eaoh oalf, sheep, goat or swino, etc  Eaoh vehiole with one liorso end  driver, .  Eaolt oart or wagon with oue horse  and driver, loaded.  Eaoh vehicle with 4kro horses and  driver, unloaded.  Eaoh vehiole with two horses and  driver, loaded.  Each automobile and driver.  Eaoh paroel of 35 lbs, and undor.  Freight, per 100 lbs, and under, non  perishable goods.  Freight, per 100 lbs., and under, por-  ishable goods. '  To tha successful applicant the Government of British Columbia will pay  at the expiration of every three  months of satisfactory service I hs sum  of   two   hundred   and   fifty   dollars,  ftaw).  The government of British Columbia  is not necessarily bound to aoanol tho  lowest or any application submitted.  .j*. E. GRIFFITH,  Deputy    Minister   snd Public Works  Engineer, Department of Publio Works.  Viotoria, B.C., 4th March, 1015.  16-17  Totals ..  ��� 664   664  622-1040  *   #   #  Tuesday night's games rallied     iu  two wins for the Beavers, as follows:  BEAVERS  Patterson  150 126 133-^409  Watt  154 127 118- -301)  MoKay  130 162 166-458  Budden  :. . 136 106 VH>. 360  O'Neil  163 189 237-579  Totals .. .-. ..  . ..' ... 713  BEAKS  Willits .. '.. .. .. ... 151  Loney  188  West 126  Josselyn   137  Hallauer 151  710  7R-3205  121  154  130  116  141  194-466  lt-S-537  126-382  136-339  116���1118  Totals 763  662  757-2172  #   ��   ��  The Pastimes    took two out 'I tho  three' games last, night as follows:  PASTIMES  Moresby 135   131 lVMu'J  ��'bb  112  161 101-434  Mills  103   136 1U3--342  McCubbin 168   179 187-534  Purdy .. i   Itfl   181 198-670  Totals 699  ; SHINERS  Mnriiuott 167'  Trench f 134  B. Treadgold . . .,  119  Panton f 138  Rossi 170  788  Sfta-2289  97-387  182-407  142-405  110-110  157-192  TotolB 728 691   C74-3I03  LEAGUE STANDING  123  131  144  128  165  The Indians of the northwest hove  ���-m 118,000 to the Canadian Patriotic fund.  The pilot and two offlcors were  drowned Saturday, when a navy seaplane fell at Yokhsuka. The seanlane  and its crew was altaoked to the naval station at that plaos.  Team p  Pastimes  30  Beavers 30  Shiners 30  Dreamlands .... 30  Shamrooks 30  Bears .. , 30  W  35  16  16  14  10  9  L Pot  5-.S30  I a--,o80  14���.��80  IB-. 465  30-.333  21-.300  INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES  Below aro thc averages ol the regular bowlers of the various teams in the  order in which they finished:  Purdy 190, Rossi 177, H. Iroudoold  174, O'Neil 163, Hedges 166, '.I'M) 162,  Ponton 163, McCubbin 150, Johnson  150, Willits 146, Hallauer 143, D-tliy  142, Soresby 140, Parker 140, B.  Treadgold 140, MoLennan 139, Mills  138, Watt 134, Marquett 134, McKay  128, T. Treadgold 192. sTrenoh 120.  Great interest is being indicated in  farming lands in the Neohaoo Villa"  around Vondeshoof. Trains '10m the  east are bringing in new fanrlsrs almost daily. There are millions of  aores of good land available for preemption in Central British Columbia,  near the Grand Trunk Pacifio Hoc.  (This item ar>"eared apparently by ao-  oidont in a neighboring Liberal pn|��r,  In the some issue1 as a bitter rltiack  on the government in the umiul vain  for alienating aU the publio lands.)  ~    ~  ''s policy  of testing cattle with the objeot of  stamping out tuberculosis, lisra boon'  made from time to-time, ind Deputy'  Minister of Agriculture, W. E. .Sooti,'  in a iCommunication, addrosaed tj 'ihe  Record this week has undertaiiwn to  answer some of them. |  An article appeared in the oditorial  columns of the Vancouver Evening  Journal, ho says, entitled "Spreading  the White Plague," which, owing to'  the ^misleading statements contained |  therein, and the false impression which  it is apt to convoy, calls for an es-1  plahation os to thc work which has'  beon carried out during the oast fowl  years by the provincial goi.'orr,ment'  towards eradicating Bovine Tuberculosis from our dailv herds and thus mitigating the spread oi tuberculosis  this province.  The leading scientists of the world,  men who have made a life study of  the subject, are all agreed that milk  from cows affected with Hovino Tuber-  oulosis is one of the principal causes  of phthisis in children. The repairt of  the commission appointed laat year  by the "ovornmont of Great Britain to  investigate tho matter clearly sliaaws  this to be the cause.  The following is taken from the British Medioal Journal of January 17th  1914.  "In recent rears tho results of the  investigations on tuberculosis    conducted by   the British    Uoyal Commission, tho German Imperial Commission,    and   by    manv individual  workers, have proved berand aioubt  the    communicabilitv of the bovine  virus from animal to man."  Experimental work condua;ted in the  oity of   Edinburgh    amongst chiioren  affected with tuberculosis, -iro/ial tiiot  out of seventy-two caseB investigated,  sixty-five wore of the bovine a,ypo, and  seven of the human type, thus p oviug  the communicability of this     disease  to     children   from    drinking infected  milk.  The findings of the British Uoyal  Commission arc as follows: .   j  "Bovino tuberculosis can therefore  no longer be considered a ueidigible I  factor in respect to tho spread ofi  tuberculosis amongst children, more  especiallv since unsterilized cows'j  milk in this country is a vehicle by "aranlecd oure.  which    tubercule bacilli    must lil itt  frequently    be   introduced   into the'  " O���  bodies of children.   The powers     at I  present vested in our looal author'- WARREN KERRIGAN  ties arc grossly inadequate, and it1  seems to me to be our special! duty I  eo ondeuvor to prevent this enormous and entirely aircventablo  amount of tuberculosis amougst the  children. It is a national problem  and the earlier it is faced, the more  easily it will be solved. That mei.s-  uros for tho protection of ohildren  against infection with the bovino virus are indisponsable, is an indisputable fact. Whatever oowor mav be  given to the looal authorities, they  must, to be effective,' be so framed  that their application throughout the  United Kingdom will bo uniiormly  compulsory."  Five years ago the fight against  bovine tuberculosis was started in this  province at tho request of the sioa-k-  mon and dairymen of l(. 'J, Testing  was undertaken free of charge, but  was not comoulsorv. An amendment  ta) the Contagious Diseases Aci was  therefore brought into foreo dttring the  session of the provincial legislature in  1913. whereby tostin- wos mado compulsory. Then commenceal an earnest  nnd systematic fight aa'ainst bovine  tuberculosis. Mark what hns beon accomplished since the work was first  taken in hand.  When the work was firflt begun, the  norccntago ot reactors b> the lubcnu-  liu test in tho principal dairv districts of the provincaa was as follows!  Gulf Islands    7 nereamt  Vancouver Island 10 peroanl  Lowor Mainland 15 ii.'rcoiil  every dairy cow on the Gulf Islands,  Vancouver Island, and practically in  all districts of the Lower Mainland,  was tested, shows the following decrease in reactors: ^  Gulf Islands .'.'��� ,No reaotora  Vancouver Island      percent  Lower Mainland    5*  |K.roent  No province of Canada, no state of  the Union, or country of lite world,  can make such a satisfactory showing.  Hundreds of affected dairy oattle  havo been killed, whose milk bad. pre-  vfbus to this work, being token in  hand, been drunk by our ohildren, and  who can say what mortality was caused .thereby? Boos this look as if  tho provincial government had been  spreading tho disease? No, rathci give  credit where it is due, and should not  our provincial government receive  hearty commendation for the good  results which have been accomplished?  Now, about the sale of oows that  huvo reacted to the tuberouliu test.  Previous to'this work" being taken in  hand, hundreds of cows ' affected with  bovine tuberculosis wore sold for human consumption without any inspection. Since this work has boen taken  in hand, however, a rigid inspection  tukes place, and only those oows which  are perfectly fit for human food are  allowed to be sold. Others are condemned for tanking ourposeB. If there  are no tubercular lesions on the meat  of the animal, it is perfectly fit for  human food, and is sold as such in  every country of the world.  I wish emphatically to state that no  animal which has been condemned for  bovino tuberculosis has been allowed  to be sold for human consumption  without a most careful examination by  either Dominion or provincial inspectors, and in the case of these condemned for tankinrr "urDoises, our departmental qualified veterinarians see  that thev are so disnosed of.  Statements were mado during the  present session of the -:neial legislature that the Swift, Canadian Com  pany have beon .���;������-������ a fat thing  out of the provincial araavernraent by  buying reactors under market value  The total number of oattle handled  bv this comnnny was eirrhty-flvo, f���r.  ty-three of which were condemned fcr  tanking purposes, and forty-; vo passed for beel. The price recei-.el lor  theso cows was nearly double what  was stated.  Milking cows nnturally ' aave very  little vnluo as beef, owing to their  condition, nnd would not be wcrt-h  half as much as a fat dry cow.  The tuberculin used in testing by  officials of this department is secured  FAtnmB  ii 11111.11 1     iii  Spring  Stationery  from the   verv best sources, and  AS 'lEKEXCE  O'ljQlIRKE  As Terence O'ltourko in ihe ( entle-  man Adventurer series, Warren Keiri-  gan has made a great hit. Another  picture of this interesting sevios will  bo shown at the Opera House n Wednesday,, March 24th, entitled 'The  Inn of the Winged God", in which Kerrigan shows up to great advantage.  Tlio soldier of fortune is back once  more in Europo at a small country  tavern near tho capital of one of the  small European powers. Tho plot of  the story is splendid and the narrative  will hold your interest from start to  finish without the ghost .<f a dull  moment. In a duel scene at the Inn  of the Winged God, Kerrigan proves  his remarkable skill with the rapier,  enhnncing his position as a first favorite with all photoplay fans.  A special selected program haa been  arranged lor this date and all patrons  are assured of a good, woll-balauceJ  program that all may thoroughly en-  ioy. Tho program includes the Ani-  mataal Weekly and an amusing Comedy  entitli'il "Snooklea Flirtation.'..  ���o-  Bo.il has been refused '.iritis II07.,  the llnlian Consular ai'ont aat Calgary  wlua is charged with having naisappro-  prlatod 15000 contributed by Calgary  Italian workin<'inen lo tho fimi for  tho relief    nr Italians made des'itute  Tho last test which was made, whan hy ,,,,, ,wpnt B(u.thqli8lWi  SPECIAEMTICE  ������; The S0UTHGATE COUNCIL  fa fan Purchased the s^joininLiLANO,  < TO LAY OUT AS  ARECBEATION CARD��AL���s9QOm  TI I        ���IWm G00DGRAVU  jCTBEK sub-soil  OFFICE; NO-2  ?lillK'/ * (ilVt'ff. '&*��� iW/f*Wf/).tW  :IALLY CONSTMUCIUf  BOMB PROOF  BOMB PROOF CEUAltaS ADVERTISED  Some few months ago muiiv boir.b proof cellars were built  due to the fear of invasion by Zeppelins. The activity of this  style of building, is rapidly pus sing.  <& It you are interested  in the Latest Stationery  Styles don't fail to come  in and see the assortment of correspondence  papers we are stowing.  4 The line represents  all that is latest and best  in quality, tint or design.  1& A pleasing array of  bulk papers and tablets  in Linen, Bonds and  Novelties, of various  shapes and sizes.  P. B. Willits & Co.  DRUGGISTS AND  STATIONERS  Phone 19 Kelowna. B.C.  W. EASTON  Picture Framer and Cabinet Maker  General Jobbing  Furniture Repairs  y Shop Fitting  Picture Framing  LAWRENCE AVENUE  Oppoaile the Burbank Motor Canace  The Tweed'  Sanitary Closet  Is odorless  when in  use  Sanitary at  all times  Call and  inspect  them.  DARK, the Shoeman  Kelowna Agent  Opposite Board of Trade Office  J. i% CROFT  Bootmaker.  All hinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  J. A. BIGGER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  Eatimatea Furnished (or all clauea  ol work  KELOWNA-WEST BANK I  STEAM FERRY  Leant Kelowaa 9 a.m., 3.30 p.*  Leavei Weitbaek 130 a.si., 4 p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.a.  Loan* Westbank 11.30 a.a.  TERMS CASH  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'Phone Na. 108  **mmm*m*<u*mmm+m>'mr*m,*m*mt~m*w',m****ml\  ������vjrjj^-, PAGE SIX  KELOWNA   RECORD  THURSDAY, MARCH 18. 1915  I WANTED! )  FOR SALE. Lefevre estate. Now is  your chance for a good improved  ranch, the best buy in the Okanagan  Ons hundred and forty-threo acres,  all fanssd, a fine creek runs through  ths property, best of land, with its  awn irrigation system, in the heart  of ths Orchard distriot, os the main  road, onlv three miles from Kelowna  mail delivered at door every day  Must ba sold to wind up estate. Address P.O. Box 157, Kelowna, B.C.  PIANO TUNING INTIMATION  Mr. U. MoGcorge, authorized t.iano  tuner and regulator for Mr son &  Risch, Limited, is at nresent in Kelowna. Parties requiring hiB services  lor tuning, etc.. will kindlv leave their  address with Mr. Crawford. . 16-7  HAY FOR SALE.-Clover anl ulfolin  delivered. Price on aaonlication to  Box 195, Kelowna. 9tl.  FOR SALE.-Pony broken vo ride or  drive, cheap. Apply P.O. V)ox 453,  Kelowna. Ptf.  PIGS FOR SALE. All sues,  all prices. Buy now while i.hey  are cheap. G. Whitaker. Vernon Road, Ellison district, xtf  EXPERT PIANO TUNING  Your instrument ahould be at its best in tone,  touch, Inc., and so can be wonderfully improved.  ALV1N E. PERKINS, of Vancouver, B.C  vitb    highest    possible    recommendatione  ijoir  Heintztnan ot Co,, Gerhard Heinteman Howie*, ano  many other of the best piano manufacturers, will  28 years' experience.  This guarantees the finest wotkmanahip:  TUNING A PIANO  ;��� not a trifling piece of work if you have rt-Rarr  for your piano.    We positively recommer.d lhe b( e..  aeperiaraced m.. oral,. HE|NTZMAN ��� c0  Mr. Perkins will be in Kelowna in April and wil'  call upon his many customers.    Orders mav be Irh  "h Mr. D. W. SUTHERLAND,  Kelowna Furniture Co.  90 MILK COWS FOR SAI.13.-6nc  fresh calved, and three to calvu very  skartly. Apply 11. 11. Burtch, ci JaB.  Uawes, Sunset Ranch. 1 ltf.  FOR SALE.���Pen of White Leghorns,  Also number of fine pullets, luyin".  'V. post office, Kutland. Up  FOR SALE.���Small green homo t1 x 13  feet, 3'J lengths of stove pipo. and  75 lights of glass 10 x 18 inohos. Applv A. 11. Johnston, Rutland .  FOR SALE.��� Karn organ, l'iuno ouse  and U B. Rock pullets. G. Flclahtr  Richter street. 17tf  FOR SALE OR HIRE.-C'.ypiaors Incubator, larare size. Also fow pairs  extra Plymouth Rock Homers, specially bred for Squab raising. Mrs.  R. E. J. Hunt, Glenmore. 17  FOR SALE.���One registered torkshiro  Boar, also one Bred Sow. While Leghorn yearling hens (Hanson's strain)  W. F. Golightlv, Okanagan Mission  18-19  FOR SALE.���One pair of brown geldings, Clyde drafts, 5 and fi years old,  kind and gentle and rood to work,  used to lodging and all kinds of  hard work. Have been ised at mine  for 12 months on road work und  have no further uso for them. Can  be seen at Mr. Rembler Paul's Bernard avenue. Will be sold nt rea-  sonable figure. 17-18  FOR SALE.���Nine hens ani u ivck,  pure bred Buff Orpingtons, from priie  winning stock. Apply A. 11. .lohn-  ston, Rutland. 17-8  FOR SALE. ���Good general purpose  Horse, weight about 1100 lbs. A C.  Poole, baker. 17  FOR SALE.- McClary lauge, 10 x 12  tent house witb fly and. scr.Mn door,  also 22-foot motor launch with a-'iii-  ghy and mooring. Apoiv A. V. Pel-  ton, 217 Cadder avenue, 'Phone 4".02    17  SPIRELLA CORSETS  Mrs. J. H. Davies will be at Mr.  Mathie's (over tailor shop, Pendoz  street between the hours of 1.30 and  6 p.m., Saturdav of each week to meet  ladies wishing to order corsets. P. 0.  Box 62fi, Kelowna. 20tf.  MfeETING CF CITY COUNCIL  (Continued from Pas. 1.1  SITUATIONS WANTED  MAN AND WIFE WANT work  on   farm.   Wife   for   cooking  * man used to general farm und  orchard work, both experienced. Box "J" Record        15 )8  ITALIAN MAN AND WOMAN seek position on ranch, experience!, wife  could cook. Applv Box "1" Record  Office. 16-7p  SITUATIONS VACANT  WANTED���Young girl for huuscfork,  bv the dav. Hours 8 a.m. to 7 p.  m.   Mrs. Mantle, Abbott SI. 17  AGENT WANTED.-I havo a c-..<''kct  jack proposition for a good live win  agent in Kelowna, lady or trsuMirman  Write me at once. F. 0. Ritchie,  132 l'emberton Rlock, Viotoria, B.C.  17  TO RENT  FOR RENT���Three roomed cottage on Lake avenue. A)>plv  P.O. Box 650. 15-18  FOR RENT.���New house, Well  furnished and fully lnodei.n  close in. Rent $25. Applv .r.  A. Bigger. Uti.  MISCELLANEOUS  HAIR WORK. ���Combings  made    laps  Mrs. Acton, 'Phone Gfeen Tea R<��(>aai  .7  WANTED.���Horse and buggv far summer in roturn for keep. Kvery core  taken. Applv Box "K" Ro'orl      17  MEN SUPPLIED for odal ja l��. Ary  one wanting a man for icn'ptrnry  work or odd jobs s.uulal 'pha-iit to  4302. x  FARM WANTED. ��� Practical  man wants to rent land on  reasonable terms. Has own  team. Apply box "M" Record  Office. x  If you like the girl and she likes you,  Then take her to The Rendezvous.  "THE RENDEZVOUS" '  BERNARD AVENUE  OPPOSITE ROYAL BANK  A new and up-to-date Ice Cream Parlor and Tea Rooms  NOW OPEN  When you have done your shopping, and feeling tired and "blue,"  Jutt try a light refreshment, down at the Rendezvous.  Where you will be supplied with all kinds of up-to-date refreshments at  moderate prices.   Call once and we are sure you will call again  W. M. EDWARDS  Edward's Cash Grocery  Bernard Aran*  Opposite Post Office  GROCERIES FREE  AU Meaty Received on a Certain Day This Month will be Returned  lln addition to my Cheap Cash Groceries I wish to  inform the public of Kelowna 1 am taking one day this  month, between March 5th and 31st, on which AU  Groceriei are Free, and money taken on that day will  be returned to the purchasers.  I sm doing thit to show my appreciation ol your very liberal  patronage. The date of the day it placed in a sealed envelope  ���nd deposited st ths Kelowna Record Office to be opened on  tba latt day of March by the manager, and will bs publithed in  The Kelowna Record on April Itt  Dated receipts will be given for every purchase. Be  ���lire and keep your Receipts. If you make a purchase  every day you are certain to hit the right one I  IT PAYS TO DEAL FOR CASH  Wa guarantee attention and satisfaction tit all customers.   Phone your  orders to 39 and they will receive our prompt attention  W. M. EDWARDS  llaj pointed out that lately ibe price  ot ajiaaolino had been greatly lulucud  und ihut tho co mittee had to . keep  the prico of electrio power doW to a  point where it compared favorably  with running a uusolme engine.  Tho following schedule of charges  wero recommended:  The charge for light remains at 15  centa per kilowatt as before, oa also  thc churgc of 12 cents for nower other  than for motor purposes.  For motors tho following scale of  reduced charges to be made:  Unaler 00(1 kilowatts ., .. .. 1) cents  From 500 to 1000 kilowatts ll cents  From 1000 to 2000 kilowatts 3 cents  From aWO to 3000,kilowatts 1 cents  Over 3000 kilowatts   3 cents  It was alBo provided that where  the iivorogo monthly consumption of  any motor used for the year exceeded  3000 kilowatts per month, then at the  end of thc year an adjustment be made  which would cniitlo such a user to the  rate of 3 cents for tho whole .vear.  Tho usual minimum chargo A il.JO  per mouth for both light and power  wore to bo continued, and "il the  rates wero to bo subjected la thc  33 1-3 por cent discount as be.'ore.  A by-law was introduced embodying  thoso changes and givon three rcud-  ings.  Mr. Alcido Uornais, who had beon  wailing for some tiino to aiiress the  council was then called upon, hj 1 he  read from manuscript a lone a,laa* carefully proparcd statoment of lis giiev-  nuce in connection with his popiity  along sido of Mill Crook on l'eudozi  street, a mutter upon which be hud  already interviewed the council several  times. In brief tho statement recounted tho fact that two or thraHi years  ago Mr. Bornais purchased two or  three lots by tho sido of the creek.  Mr. Uornais said he thought he was  buying building lots. Whon he got a  building partly up ho made the dis  covcry that there was no room for a  house, without running the jisk of  having it undermined by the ciea'k. As  the recital proceeded Mr. Bornais became moro and moro hoated aud ho  wound up by demanding dr i.'iatically  whether it concerned the oounoil if his  property were washed into tho lake  a>r not. He wanted a direct anS'Vsr���  ves, or no��� otherwise he waaiild be  aabliged to resort to entroine measures.  Somo of tho aldermen assured .Mr.  Bornnis that they had known the  creek for the past twenty-five years  and it had never budged frtiu its  course at that point, nor dono anv of  tho dreadful things ho feared. Bts;dcs  His Worship gently intimated, the  council had not advised Mr. I'ornais  tai buy that property, nor lo pi;t his  house so near the creek, aud i'. was  really none of tho city's busi'icss to  protect his property.  Mr. Bornais however, continued to  protest that the council avrw not  aloaling fairly with him, and Alderman  Sutherland had the cruelty lo sufgest  that Mr. Bornais take the extreme  measures he had spoken of.  "This is not the end" said Ma*. Bornais. darkly, as he withdrew.  CHEAP AVATEll FOR IJAHUliNl.N'..  Alderman Kattenbury otfered the suggestion that thc council constier tiie  advisability of supplying cheaper water for the purpose of irrigating smull  gardens. He said he had oeen endeavoring to induce several people to cultivate vacant lots but the cost of tbe  water neoessary for irrigating waB  prohibitive. He thought it would be  n vory good thing io tuv'ourags gardening this year, as many people could  grow their own vegetables, aaid reduce tho cost of living. A lot of people had vacant ground growing up to  weeds which might just aB well bo cultivated.  The suggestion was received with  favor generally, and it was Ifcit for  for the Wator and Light oommittee to  investigate and report.  It was announced that las call for  tenders for the use of the unoccupied  portion of the nuisance ground w.d resulted in only one offer boing made,  and that was from A. It. Law ol  $20 for the year.   This waB f.r<cited.  Alderman Kaymor suggested that tho  cause of economy inigliB be furthered  by cutting out the 'alaries of the aldermen, but npparourly thia dad not  fit in with the ideas of the rest, who  hold to the view that they were justly  entitled to what little remluairution  they got out of it.  Alderman Stttherland said that aa  ho hail made the proposal to forego  salaries ou a previous oocaaion, but  hud had no seconder, he would bo willing to Bubmit a formal resolution,  which he did. The resolution will see-  onded by Alderman Raymer, hut the  other four members turned- it down.  CELEBRITIES IN PICTURES  The Universal Animated Weekly to  be shown at tho Opera House ou Wednesday noxt contains manv ver*. interesting Bubiects. The following iitloa  ahow the remarkable field of subjects  illustrated in this splendid weekly budget of world ncwa: "World famous  pianist, aloscpb Hofmann," supreme  living master of the piano, and "Walter Lamrosch" dean of Amerioan orchestra conductors. "Champion Soul-  saver, Billv Sunday" ex baseball player, now a fiery preacher. "Stylo* for  the day." Latest deaigns for morning  noon and evening wear for , women,  created in America. By courtcBy ol  Madame Yorin. "Mikado's beat war  nurses on way to the front." "The  latest white hopo, Jcaa Willard" giant  ex-cowbov to fi"ht Jack .Jaihtison.  "The laat of a great warrior,' Funeral of Lord Uoborts. "On tho battle  line." Big guns dropping slldll on  an enemy trench. Pictures taken, from I  German Zenpelin, "Victoria Louise." i  Timely cartoons by the famous ceri-,  caturist, Hy Bayer of Puck. I  White Wyandottes &  Buff Orpingtons  BARRON STRAIN  Eggs for Hatching from the  above strains, $2.50 for 15.  Unferrilei not replaced  Reduced prices tor 50 and above  8 White Pigeons for sale. $1.50  Cash (or the lot  A. W.C00KE   ������    Benvoulin  Box 663, Kelowna  Bulman & Cross  Willits Block  Phone 306  To Exchange���6-room houae and Four  Lots in an Alberta town for Fruit Ranch  or Kelowna Property.  Blacksmith Shop in small town in Alberta, revenue bearing. Will Exchange  for Fruit Land or Kelowna Property.  320 Acres, dear title. 100 acres broken,  small house, stable for 20 horses, all fenced, $18 per acre. Will exchange for  Fruit Rancl..  ���To Exchange-10 ncres Ftult Land fcr  House Propetty in Kelowna.  Winnipeg Property and Summer Resort.  Properly near Winnipeg at Whyetwold  and Poneinah Beach, to Exchange for  Kelowna Property.  The  McK  enzie  Co.  ���       Limited  EXCLUSIVE GROCERS  Bulman & Cross  W.llits Block  Phone 306  Lewis' W. Wyandottes  Good utility strain  $1.50 cash per clutch of 15  No replacements  LEWIS BROS. Bo* 646, oral GLENMORE  NOTICE  Oar Office, Feed Store aiad Warehouses will Close Tliuisday afternoons until the beginning of the  shipping season.  Kelowna Growers' Exchange  We have a few odd linei of Pure Maple Syrup,  made from maple tap  Pure Maple Syrup  Gallon cans of Small's Pure Maple Syrup... $ | ,75  Quart ��� ��� ,,  ' ���   ..u       *5Q  Quart bottles ��� ��� *   ���    ... ^Q  Ten pound cans Kelly's Pure Maple Syrup...  ���! 1 7 ^  Half Gallon* ��� ��� ���   ... 90  Quart Sealers of-Ontario       ��� ���    ... 50  We can guarantee the flavor of all of thete linet  We have also i big shipment of ,  WagstafFs Jams  and Wagstaff makes the Very Best  Canadian Jam obtainable  Nine different varieties, all at     8 5 C Der Dail  Try the recipes on the back of the pail  Okanagan Jam  A product of the valley, and no mean product, either.   Ten  kinds of fruit inpailt of 5 lbt. each at   75c per pail  IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH McKENZIE-TRY IT  Our Motto: " Quality and Service "    Phone No. 214  "CLASSIC" "EMPRESS'  Splendid Spring Showing  LATEST STYLES  Women's, Misses' & Children's  FOOTWEAR  These Canadian-Made Lines stand for all that it possible in up-to-the-minute merchandize  " Combines correct form with comfort and striking style* with lasting wear."  Oar array of new models for Spring, 1915, surpasses all that we have aa yet put forth both in  variety, in grace, and in reducing to popular pricet the most admired and exclusive of the  models created in ihe world's fashion centret. They are adapted to Canadian climate and needt  ���IWBffiESf*^  mW^-Mr  yr^  A m/ \S  m mmmm.  ,        V* jtlaSnfamV  Military, Mary Janes,  and  Cuban Heels  Ai Illustrated, in Plain Vamp Toss  As Illuitrated in Toe Capped  At Illuitrated in Gun Metal.  As Illuitrated in Patent Leather  Ai Illuitrated in Dull Kid  Ai Illuitrated in Vici Kid  $5.50  btvV  Kidney or Half U  Cuban Heel  At Illustrated ia Gun Metal  At Illuitrated ia Patent Co  At Illuitrated in Box Call  At Illustrated in Vici Kid  rait  ft  t  $5.50  Every conceivable last and leather  for Misses, Girls and Children  Thos. Lawson  LIMITED

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