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Class Half-Tone and
General/ Letterpress
Work.
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KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAYr JANUARY 14, 1909.
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" ^PJThe city council met on- Satur-
^dayJlrrtbrrtinfe. i&,the'1.nje&rji council'
;■ chamber over   the Keller block,
His Worshiped  Mayo^'ir? the
'i chair,, present,   Aldermen   Curts,
j] Gaddes and Buckland.
!    The minuted' of othe.' proceeding'
L|meeting were read and, adopted.
•J\    A communication was  received
?4from ' Thos.i-Hidspn - relating vto
/'salary, which was-lefi/for J:Kef new
£[ council to deal'-With. iAi'coinmuri-
'•* ication was also received from the
Carr&aSif''Fairbalik8"'Co^-relative
to the salary of S. D. Colquette.
'^~By-laws-52--and-53«were read-a
i second and third time, and will be
; brought up at next council meeting
• to   be  re-considered   and   finally
( passed."? ,"-  _r -  !t r*    y
J^Thev report; of Chief;- Hidson for
December was^sub'mitted and is as
. follows r--™" -~ - -"~~ - " r: -T~ ~-,c
Police Office, Kelowna
Dec. 31st.
' Police Commissioners
Sirs: ,   T.;/,t. i,     ,  .     .j;*
»      I beg leave to report the following duties
performed by me during month ending;
Arrests :   Three, all for vagrancy.
',      Summons  served: ' Eight (smalt  debt
'   court).
Persons assisted to their houses :' Nine)
*       Occurrences and complaints
•' Dec. 2nd. Mrs. Rose complained of a
^ man forcing his way into her kitchen,
'< after repeated requests for him to leave.
\ Mrs. Rose gave me a very good description
( of this man and I located him the same
'.■ afternoon., He said., his name was. John
, Herman,v-and^he'.was''going around^, grind -
■■ ing scissors. "'As he gave a satisfactory ac-
\   count of himself I did not arrest him
Dec. 4th.   Mr. Hewetson^made a  complaint about the  same  man,  saying that
'- 'when his wife-told this man-that, she  had
L- "no   scissors1-to-grind,? he j^giecame'-vef^
"offensiveyantF-shc-.Was"obliged -to • fetch"
-    their hired man to order him away.  I then
watched   said/man,  and ('found  he  was
spending!all£money earned in 'drink, and
•    not living inueither^hptelsv ^Finding  him
out in the early hours,  and  he  then  not
giving me a satisfactory answer, I arrested
him. V-*;.T j,' ''*!".     '/ "J
Received wire Dec. 10th from the Immigration Department, requesting to know
how many Hindus there were in Kelowna.
1 replied that to my knowledge there were
none.
'Received complaint Dec. 1 Ith.from .Mr.
Crowley, saying that a drunken man was
lying1 pn ithe , sidewalk «. and swearing, .by
the Royal Hotel. I Hastened to the spot,
but on my arrival he had been carried into the Royal Hotel.
'C-Clarke, C.P.R. Agent, Dec, 14th. reported that a man had bought a ticket to
Scotland .andj-had, also a,'considerable
amount of money on him, ana as he was
very drunk it might be good for me to see
him, which I did, and got him to hand his
money and ticket over to Mr. Wheeler,, for
—«=— ,_ 1—~^,«.
I beg to point out, that one of the  vag-
l. ' *   -. '■ft *       jn\'t\  f    i'l  >tt       I -"'
rants'arrested by me this" month1, and
ordered out' of the ,city.s by; Magistrate
Burne, was sentenced this week to six
montha^hara,labour,at,Vernon,,;for( theft.
I suspected "this rhaiir but could^n'of' prove
anything,' except he had.no visible means
of support.
I am Sirs,
r(sgd)'THOS. HIDSON.
' " ■ fr Motions.
r, Curt^Gaddes—That the following accounts be/referred to the
finance" committee, and paid if
found correct. '
Davies &iMathie,"Partsuniform...'..\..$.8 00t
Ashcroft & Marks  -4 80
Ashcroft & Marks, City work supplies 21 80
u. Leckie, supplies  71 01
Kelowna Saw Mill, supplies  28 IT
Kelowna Carriage Co. supplies  17 75
T.   Hidson,  conveying  prisoner   to ,
, Kamloops.....  25 ,70
H. W. Raymer, Meter test board, &c. 4 75
. - -v ■» - - i_\.. . —Carried.
-Buckland-Gaddes —That the
clerk secure a man to put up necessary shelves, and that he also
procure a writing desk and half a
dozen chairs.—Carried.
* Curts-Ga'ddes—That by-law No.
52 and 53 be read the second
time.—Carried.
- Buckla .;d-Gaddes—That by-laws
No. 52 and 53 be read the 3rd
time.—Carried.
Buckland-Caddes—That we adjourn'to meet on Wednesday, 13th
Jan. at 9.30.—Carried.
REPORT OF
:: SPOKANE EXHIBIT
BOARD OF TRAIJE
.  ANNUAL MEETING.
F. R.
1'Et1 DeHart ^rlrirJ^Gibb1^e^erv,e' Tofen fro-Good
' •'■   ' Work 'at- Spokane.-.U
Dec.'15th/ 'Took' horse into'Collet's
stable which had been left on street for
six hours."     '  —      '""'
Dec. 18th, Called down to Chinatown
8.15 p.m/ Fight between" "to "Chinamen,
Lee Tong giving Joy in charge for assult.
Case withdrawn.  ■■■■':■_.'.
Dec. 28th. Took hcrse into Blackwood's
stable which had been left on  street' over
\. *?.-,.■>  fi. J.   Ji- K.   *!,■     a i  •-.   j *•!,■■   v
six hours.
"^AjtiiH^ISy^V^ISPS!,^?'a m£m J* A.
Clarke, living at the Royal Hotel, was beating his way, I wired to the R.N.W.M.P.,
Manor, Sask., where the said J. A. Clarke
told me he came from, and enquired if he
had sold a farm for $9,000.00 and if he
had a wife and children there. The reply
I received was to'the effect, that, he 'had
left Manor, and nis wife' and ° family were
destitute, and did not ;know 'his ,whereabouts/"'' With this -information,' I made
every investigation I could, nnd found that
he owed over-$100.00 in Kelowna, and had
passed several cheques, which' naturally
were useless, I accosted Clarke and asked
him how he was living and -alter; 'cross*
examining, he confessed he had nothing
and never had, and pleaded it was drink
which had got the best of him. I arrested
him for vagrancy, and he pleaded guilty.
Dec. 29th. C. Clarke, C.P.R., reported
theft of two cases gasoline. As these
cans and 'many more werevleft on"vtho
wharf unprotected,' Ij believo/it will .be
practicalh/impossible'to-fintTbutwho took
them. , ,
I am pleased to report, that? during the
Christmas holidays there were less' drunk
and disorderly people about, and considering the time of year, I think it only  goes
' io show that most of the tough element |
are leaving the city.
The final meeting of the late
City Council took place on Wednesday,^' Jan. 13, in the Council
Chamber.*;. His- Worship Mayor
Sutherland in the chairT" Present:
Aldermen Gaddes, Curts, and De
Hart. Very little business was done
and no new business.
' The ^minutes' of ^the. prgcediijg
meeting"were read and adopted.
~ "A "communication ~was~received
from the Canadian Fairbanks Co.
requesting' a. second payment on
the light plant.' < ',.        '
' - Mr. T. 'W/ Ashbridge waited ,on
the Council in reference to the
completing of the City Waterworks,
etc." }Very little can be done just
now on account of the cold weather,
and Mr. Ashbridge wanted to get
away for a conple of months. He
wouldH leave instructions with
Messrs.' fRussel and . Paul for the
continuing' of the work when practicable,/The Council saw no reason
for keeping Mr. Ashbridge on the
spot when very little was being
done and gave their consent accordingly.     _ 0 ,        .        ,
By-law No. 52, an amendment
to; the Traders' License By-law, was
reconsidered and finally passed.
The municipal balance sheet and
report was presented by the auditor.
This will be published in our next
27 00
93 "00
64 00
39 30
II 25
10 00
1 35
MOTIONS.-
Curts—Gaddes:    That the  following accounts be referred to the
Finance. Committee, and if found
correct, paid :—
H. H. Millie, phone ac. for Dec....$
C. Blackwood, teaming,. f...'.";'..
Hewetson & Mantle," Fire Insurance
premiu'n on Power House...'...
Crawford & Co., Stationery...........
A.O.Burnett, Lighting LampsiDec
S. O. King, Belt for lighting plant..
Morrison-Thompson, Lamp and oil
;     for court house'..	
Hinton Electric Co.......     10 00
Hinton Electric Co     10 50
■Morrispn-Thompson, supplies    39 06
'Collet Bros., Teaming.'...:.,..1.    21 00
Canadian-Fairbanks    22 41
Canadian-Fairbanks.'on ac of plant4878 67
'—Carried.
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».' Gaddes—DeHart. :1-That the auditor's report be accepted.—Carried.
1 Curts—Gaddes: That By-law No.
52 be reconsidered and finally
passed.—Carried. :
At the close of the meeting
Mayor Sutherland in a few words
thanked the Aldermen for their
assistance in the municipal work,
and for the pleasant manner ,in
;whichgall ha/d , worked together
during the past year. He was1 ap-
propr^atelyj replied to by -Aid.
Gaddes^ and DeHart, Aid. DeHart
declaring that it had always been
a pleasure, .to sit,under His.Wor-,
I ship*
-At the. ahWaTjmeetingS6£\thej
Kelowna Board-of Trade held on
Wednesday a large assembly? gath-
ed ,to .hear( the report of the- Spokane'-Apple- 4Show, -and ! 'also- to
present  Messrs^ ,F.' jR::, E.; DeHart
and  Jas.   Gibbs   with   a token of
appreciation   of   the>vgood'- work
done for Kelowna _ and the whoje
of the Okanagan.        "' *     ' ""    "
, "Mr/D. W/Sutherland^took" the
chair, "and ^opened "with ta few'remarks onrth"e"6bj'<§ct of the meeting.
The first part would be in connection with .the Spokane Apple Show,
after which  the  Board  of Trade
wo\ild hold.their annual meeting.;
The  secretary,  Mr.  R.:B^ Kerr,
read a report of the Apple Show,
and gavema. statement of receipts
and disbursements.    After reading
the-""'statement,   Mr/^Kerr   said}
"There";has-been a.igdod deaPof
criticism with regardto.Mr. DeHarlt
exhibiting in his own name.    This
was only in accordance 'with' thex
rules of the* show.". The exhibits-
could not be.ientered in,,the" name
of the Board of Trade, and he had
to follow the rules in the,matter.";
Communications-were-also read
which, had1 been received by- Mr.
DeHart from the secretary of the
National  Apple Show,   enclosing
the  cash  prizes^ and 'stating'that
owing to the rush there would be
a  little ~ delay/ in   forwarding  the
meda'ls, diplomas, and deeds of the
lands won.   Also from the Mayor
of Spokane acknowledging' receipt
of a box of Kelowna i prize  apples,
and speaking very highly of same.
A third was received from Spokane
Chamber of Commerce, acknowledging receipt of a box and barrel
of apples, which they are exhibiting
in  their   permanent exhibit room,
and which " excite the admiration-
of every visitor."
The chief feature of the evening
took place when Mr. Sutherland
came forward, saying:- " I have a
very pleasant duty to perform—
that of presenting Mr. DeHart and
Mr. Gibb, who was'with him; a
token from the Board of Trade of
their splendid success at Spokane.
This success," continued Mr. Sutherland, ".is marvellous, amounting
to $100 for'each box of apples
exhibited." It was of the greatest
value to the \whole province of
British Columbia, and more particularly to the Okanagan, as advertising means, and the press of
the Province had been full of the
praise of Mr. DeHart.    "I may say
fnat  if  io  QOkff-l^f-l   rr\f  all fimA tr» s*r.mA
of the Okanogan as being the banner   fruit   producing    district   of
British Columbia.     Another thing
I wish to say, is as to  the  quality
of   the   fruit.     You   might   have
heard it said that .we  could  grow
attractive fruit here,  but not the
quality they growr,in  the  Eastern
Provinces.", lMr. Sutherland here
explained very fully that at most of
the ; shows where   Kelowna fruit
has   been   exhibited, .appearance
only was considered.     But here it
was.different.   . The .apples were
cut open\and: 'tasted,-; and '; flavour
was the'deciding factor." At  this
juncture Mr. .Kerr came  forward
with the handsome silver cup, presented by the Seattle  Chamber"of
Commerce, for the exhibit scoring
the highest points in  texture  and
flavour.    "We, have  proven  without doubt that we  not  only grow
attractive .fruit, but fruit of the best
quality;'?. -  .'";/*!    [   '        ' . ,»%
..Itwa8 the intention  to present
Mr* DeHart with  an  address, t-but
for some reason this  did  not appear to ' have  been  prepared,  so
Mr. Sutherland, "with a few words
expressing his pleasure,  presented
Mr.  DeHart with  a  gold  watch,
and Mr. Gibb with  a  pearl  scarf
Bin.   Three cheers were given for
•eHart.'ih which everyone joined
heartily. > ,   '.• ■ ~ ■ ,       l,      ;
In acknowledging the presentation, Mr. DeHart said he could not
say that he, was-unprepared for
this, as 'the announcement had appeared in the papers at an - earlier
date, but he appreciated,the spirit
which "prompted'it ,very highly.
The gift he would esteem, not so
much for {its intrinsic value, as for
thee occasion for vvhich it was given.
He"also said.* that1 He would not
have been- so successful, had it not
been for the services of an expert
packer.-Mr. Jas. Gibb. The packing was one on the most important things to be considered, as
even slightly bruised fruit was outclassed. " The blue ribbons' taken
for .the fruity were exhibited at the
meeting, and were - tastefully ar-'
ranged on a white cloth background, in such a manner as to be
conveniendy displayed at any
future shows. The one red ribbon for second prize, was surround-'
ed by thirteen blue, first prizes,
and the arrangement on the- background was the work of Mrs. C. C.
Josselyn and-Miss »Eva Reekie. ' -
l,The fruit taken jto Spokane Was
picked by" Mr. DeHart" from the
following ranches.
Spys—Principally from Messrs.'
J. Carsbrso, Sweeny, Stirling and
Bulman.
Jpnathansr-Messrs.   Blackwood,
S. Long, Barriaby and Woolrich.   -
The best six boxes from -foreign
countries—Mr. Pridham. ,  •
Newton Pippins—Mr.' S. Long. '
Wagners—Mr. "Bulman.
' - Plate Varieties. -
,   Grimes GoldenVMr: Woolrich.
Northern Spy—Mr. Carsarso.'  '
Ontario—either Mr.  McLean 'or
Mr. Thompson.
, The apples in the best display
of fresh fruit,' were taken from
many different orchards in the
Valley.
Mr. DeHart was applauded very
heartily during the evening, and
his description of the show, the
Way the fruit was judged, and the
points scored by i Okanagan Fruit,
was very interesting.
- Mr. Jas. Gibb was called upon
for a speech, to which he responded by thanking the Board of Trade
very heartily for the gift presented
to him. . - ;
The'.'statement of total receipts
and disbursements is given below,
tho an itemised account was presented at the meeting.
By grants and collections $357 20
By Sales, loan,  etc ; . 265 35
By Prize money, less Exch  772 15
The annual meeting of,Kelown Board of
•Trade took place on Wednesday evening,'
after the DeHart presentation. There was a
good attendance, the general public being
invited to attend, as well as Board' members.'- "■»   '   '>
The financial   report  was   read by the
S&'J
Secretary.'
A ' i - ' >><:
stock and implements taken in prizes at
the Spokane Show, should be^given to
Mr. DeHart.  c'" ' l- - --'   - i
A letter of interest was  read  from   Mr.
G.'H.  E.'  Hudson,  Photographer,'f stating
$1.50 Per Annum.
NOMINATION DAY;
Nomination day brought a few surpnsesTf i
and the list of candidates forimuhicipalii
honors at the close of the normn^tibns|didli
not read as were generally 'predic'wd'';i'byS
those in the know around town7'? 1 A^iuimiSf
ber of the nominees were disqualified!:JnK
one way or anotheiVarid Mr; '"Raymwi'iory
Mayor, withdrew at the eleventhihourjini
favor of Aid. DeHart. The cradidatesg
going  to  the, poll  was ,as ,follows.^For^
Mayor,/. R. Buckland, eid^^:pJC^|l
A motion was passed  that W ,nursery| «Hm?' • £or Aldermen; .(Sputh^j^^^||
'" < • >y\.C. .Blackwood, A. O. Burnett, S^iEliioIif!
A- McLennan, C. Regen'ery, Tfe^Stnpglff
K/The members -of- North '^W^£|^i£!|
Gaddes, and A. ,S: Cox, were:, 'theSoniy^l
nominees, thus entering by, acclamation.I*-s$«|
.Only one nomination was made,forS.the'&I
that h
$1394 70
To General Expense account $730 80
To F. R. E. DeHart, personal ace..  175 30
Te re payment  loan .'    100 00
.el? Ifiir
e is preparing a booklet of twenty-
five, 5x7 views of Kelowna and Valley!
TL -."<*',       '    , . i ■ -, . r
,4hese   views^ .have   hitherto   never  been
published, and comprise some of the best
of his' work during the past year. Mr.
Hudson is sparing no pains in making
this booldetcattractive and artistic, and ib
will be'a Valuable advertising medium for
the whole of' the Okanagan as well as
Kelowna. He' suggested that the Board of
Trade consider placing an order with him
for 500 tjr so,, for, advertising, that he might
be able to estimate the number he requires'published. This letter was referred
to the publicity committee.
'Ten new members were admitted/ and
are as'follows: C. H. Leathley, Jas.'' Harvey Sr., L. C.'Aviss, Hy. Bur'tch, Jas. /T.
Lytle, Andiew E. Patterson, R. Parkinson.
C. Knight, W. M."Crawford, Dr. C.Wright.
The secretaryship for the Board, entailing a considerable amount of work, it was
decided to appoint two, one to 'attend to
the correspondence, and the other to attend to the minutes and finances.   ■    " "   >
A letter of the greatest importance to
fruit growers was read, from the Home
and Foreign Produce Exchange Ltd., London, Eng..     .- „(.,,    _     ;
..: ^     .   .'December, 1908
Dear Sir,
'- I ,anvdirectedJjy^the!Goveming,Bpdyxof
this Exchange to address you on a subject
of considerable commercial importance.
As you are' doubtless aware, it is the
practice of Shipping Companies to introduce into their -Bills of Lading, a large
number of Clauses by which they seek to
evade all liability for every conceivable
contingency. Many of these clauses are
grossly unfair in their character and press
very hardly upon those whose business it
is to ship'goods to this Country. A Bill
of Lading' now a-days is a monumental
example of a one-sided contract, but
neither Consignors nor Consignees are
able to deal effectually with the well organized and compact group of Shipping
Companies, who combine to impose these
conditions.
i
The Commonwealth of Australia has
recognized the importance of this'question,
and, in the year 1903, passed an Act making it illegal for Shipping Companies to
contract themselves out of their liability in
regard to the following, viz: ,
(a) Damage to goods from improper
condition of Ship's hold or from
negligence in loading, stowing, cus-
school trustee, Dr.(W. J. Knoi^|eir|^li»s||i
elected by acclamation also. „j"'£ 'f^K^Sjfil
«^»
"'v&m
Earthquake at Coast.
Many of the Coast cities, yanwniyer.'1'in'ijfji
eluded, were visited with ,a ,small jeartrji'""
quake on Monday afternoon last.j; Belling^_
ham seems to have .been the cente'pf jKe^j
disturbance, but a decided quaW|waVhfeitjK
in, Vancouver, especially in  the^ Fja^ewJ-i j
district'.-No damage  is' reported^butiiift>:
Bellingham ;the   shock, was   measurably^;
heavier'than in Vancouver, and|jit;;wasyin'|
places in anjeast and ,weat,Une>-JErprn^:Belf$;l
lingham that the shaking was  particjiJarlyJj|l
noticeable.     ,.^ ,      , :'Sl£l§|tt|
Out to the west of Bellingharh; fipridayifl
Harbour got a severe bumping^endu^h>ti)g||
shake the bottles off the shelves of aVdirueSSl
store and cause die mhabitan^to,make^a||J
rush for the outside. In Port^I>iwwend||J
and Victoria, which are in a general |lineal
with Bellingham, the shock was^appreciatl?!
ed at it» greatest extent.«   r (<^&&iUk 1^'
\,PouItri ShW;at E^M^S§l
anon are holding their-fi:
\S8QC1-
mal^ppultry^l
show at Enderby, Jan.^28.to 30!l|^^n^i
inent, Winnipeg. judge: has* be|n|BeraM|llP
and the show promises by allScoountsi;tSf^,
be well worth attending."       ' ^X*K^^SSM|
yjy^0s^m
\
A lady guest at,the
was  found   d
morning., An
FOUND DEAD.V
LakeVi
ew.'Hotel:
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mi
Balance due $388 50
ELECnbN ItETURNS.
'       - FOR MAYOR. '     .^
F. RE. DeHart      120 (Elected)
FvMrBuckland; .: 99- -f   -l.
'     -   For ALDERMEN.^ . ,■■/.-...
T. W./Stirling,     139 (Elected)'
A. O. Burnett.
S. T. Elliott
C-Blackwood
-, A..McLennan',
,^C. Regenery' '.
1 Spoiled ballots
123 (Ejected)
84 (Elected)'
"72' •    '
'.40*' ,
28.   :
3
tody or delivery,
(b)   Failure to use diligence or to prop.
V Aid. 'Gaddes and Cox were elect-
kd by acclamation' in the North
ward.
In favour of purchasing Agri-
x' cultural and Trades' Association grounds    115
Against ...-   87
Spoiled ballots. ~7.........."     15
Ballots left on polling desk      4
In favour of purchasing Lloyd
, -Jones park property  165
Agains't '..; -. '  43
Spoiled ballots ;,/   12
Ballots left on polling desk*...     T
erly equip or to make and keep the
hold,   refrigerating   and   cool    air
chambers, etc., fit for the reception,
■ ■' v' carriage and preservation of  goods.
" (c)   Want of care  on   the  part  of  the
Master, Officers, Agents or Servants
of any Ship in handling  and  stowing goods, and to care for,  preserve
,   and properly deliver them.
It was further enacted that Bills of Lading relating to the carriage of goods from
Australia to any place ouiside  should  be
interpreted accordingly to the laws of Australia, notwithstanding  any  condition  in
any Bill of Lading to the contrary.' Since
the year 1904 therefore,  a   "Clause  Paramount" has appeared at the head of every
Bill of  Lading   having   reference   to  the
shipment of  goods  from  Australia,   and
the rights and   liabilities   of   parties   are
clearly defined and well understood.
Early in the present year a Bill was introduced into the Canadian Senate embodying the provisions of, the Australia
Act, and it passed the senate without difficulty. It did not succeed in getting
through the Lower House, the ostensible
reason being want of time. The title of
the Bill was "An Act relating to the Water
Carriage of goods." It was introduced in
the Senate by the Hon. Mr. Campbell
read for the first time on 20th February,
1908, and the second reading took place
on 3rd March, 1908.
It is understood that this measure will
be reintroduced, ^nd I am directed to ask
you^to exert every possible influence to
.secure its adoption. It is only by agitation
and pressure on your  part that  anything
• , ''   '       ' "ii'Mi^'lP^C
can be done.     The Canadian GoyemmVntlS
by subsidising Shipping Companies has3anf|i|
unquestionable-right to have a t;say>fmlire-i|^I
gard to such matters as are  dealt |vvirc&Hril®f
the Bill, and when it is seen how eminent- *-"• |
Iy reasonable -are  the' provisions of that".'
measure, and the success which has attend- ',
ed legislation on similar lines in Australia, ^'
together with the benefit ensured>thereby >'[
to consignors, I feel sure you- will' recog--/
nize the   importance   of   the' question to, *
every exporter in Canada" and- give-;theV-
measure your valuable and active 'support, ,^
I am, dear Sir,      <   r - , •>   /."'
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•    C. J. HIGGJNSON, - £oJ
' • >    Secretary." /
Mr. T. W. Stirling brought up the rnat- *,"
ter of the way in which ■' Americans"arevf
shipping fruit into this country, altogether'/^
ignoring the Fruit Marts Act of Canada,^ }J
and by so doing are able' to ship; more '"k\
cheaply, and placing Canadian fruit at a^t
disadvantage. The secretary was instructed f'^j
to write the proper officials in_thu mattery!]!
under the instruction of Mr. Stirling. -OV^*
The question of rural postal delivery '
was brought up by Mr. M. Hereron, and;/,
the Secretary was instructed to1 wrife^ tactile Postmaster General to find out'- under*"'^
what conditions rural delivery could 'be if
obtained here.      ' ' -l r'
Messrs. Taylor and Parkinson "brought\J
forward a resolution that1 the '"closing of hotel bars at 7 p.m. on Saturday
was detrimental to the trade"'of*Kelowna,-^
and a very arninated discussion took place > 5
on this, splitting the meeting-'into'twoVi
factions. After being debated atlength,', it )*£
was finally decided to withdraw the. rea6-4\.
ltition in order'to prevent hard feelings.,'-',^
The election of office bearenf.for' the^
ensuing year then took place:' ",-1, - ' "■"]
President, Mr. W.' A. Pitcairn' " . f. V
Vice-President, Mr. P. DuMoulon' '*-. *.'
Secretary,   Mr. R. B. Kerr /" • >■        V
Rec. Secretary.   Mr. N. D. McTavish :
Other members of Council, *' Messrs. D-v •'
Leckie, D. W. Sutherland H,'-W. RaymeA t
S. T. Elliott, W. H. Gadded Thos. Lawson,5;?'
and F. R. E. DeHart.1"'-'''     -  <XJ$j,
A special meeting'Uf'thi/AAsociatedf^
Board of Trade will beheld at Armstrphc^l
on the 21ot Jan., and Messers. Pitcainu^
DuMoulon and ; Elliott, were"1 appointed^ f\
delegates to represent' KelbWna thtre1:*, ^^i
The meeting then adjourned. '%  t'  v" lV45l
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The Orchard City Record.
frhuradag/Jan.14
We   are  particularly  well fixed
to execute
■ill
your
ror
>vders
px^uuitg. With new type, new
machinery, skilled mechanics,
and every labor saving device
we can do your work quick,
well and at reasonable prices.
Call up 94, we'll wait upon you
The. Record Job Print Dept.
THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD
Published eoery Thursday at the Office,
Kelowna, B.C.
CHAS. H. LEATHLEY,
Editor and Proprietor  -
Subscription $1.50 per annum.
To Untied States $2.00 per annum.
Advertising rates upon application.
By the time this journal reaches
its readers the ratepayers of Kelowna will have decided who they
will entrust with the affairs of the
municipality. The office is by no
means a bed of roses, and the
outsider little understands the'onerous duties shouldered by those
public-spirited men who accept
and pursue the offices of mayor
and alderman. The success of
Kelowna in the-past rests largely on
the wise and untiring services of
the municipal body, a body which
put the city first and their own
business after. Our late mayor,
Mr. Sutherland, has earned the
esteem of all the citizens for his
unstinted labours on behalf of the
city, labours which too often were
thankless, as no man can please
everybody. There is not a'man in
the city, however, who will not
take off his hat to Mr/Sutherland
for the conscientious,whole-hearted
manner in which, he discharged
his official duties, and it is with
much regret that we learned of Mr.
Sutherland's resignation, after rendering such able services to Kelowna since her incorporation,
eighteeen months as alderman and
two years as mayor.
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MUNICIPAL CONVENTION.
Mayor Sutherland returned
Friday from attending the convention of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities held at Vernon,
on Wednesday and -Thursday of
last week. A large number of
delegates'attended from different
points iii British Columbia, and
were received at Vernon station by
a reception committee of members
of Vemon City ' Council. Mayor
W. H. Keary, of New Westminster, presided at the meetings, and
a number of important questions
were threshed out. A point of
particular interest to people of this
and other irrigated districts, was
brought up by Mayor Sutherland.
This was a recommendation that
municipalities should control the
distribution of irrigation water within the limits of such municipality.
- This proposition was * accepted
without dissension, and a resolution carried unanimously asking
the Government to invest municipalities with this power.
Another matter, affecting the
granting of hotel licenses was debated. At the present time, in the
, case of a newly formed townsite, it
—takes les3^people=on=a-petition=-for
a license, than it does for the outlying undivided district in'which it
was situated. A recommendation
therefore, will be presented to the
government, that unless a townsite
has a population of 300, the rules
relating to townsite and country,
be,made general.
An,amendment to the law relating to time of closing the voters' list, at present Oct. 30th in
each year, was suggested and discussed, but nothing was done in
the matter.
Another matter, directly affecting
the city of Kelowna, was the granting of a franchise to a city of mun-
cipality, to sell electric light, power
or water outside of its own limits.
This    privilege - was    granted  a
neighboring, city, last year, and it
was recommended; that a clause
,be added to the Municipal Clause
■ Act, making this privilege general.
' -  A great deal of; discussion took
place over .the proposition of ap-
,, pointing a government inspector,
to inspect municipal accounts.  Although argued from  every  standpoint,   the convention could -jiot
agree on any system, so the matter
was left for a committee  to  think
out some, scheme,  and  to make
recommendation   to; the   government along these lines.        .     -   ,
Various other matters of .interest
'.were submitted at these meetings,
and altogether it has proven very
successful. •,   •,
..,-lt is the intention to hold the
convention next year, at Norths
Vancouver.
MEN'S COSTUMES.
The Change That Cams When Powder
and Snuff Went Out.
The Frew!) revolution had its effect
upon tht- f;'.:-:i!h'i - «' H''! is us'l as
Uijoii 'liiuuei-B ui aium weighty import,
the tendency being greatly to simplify
costumes. Young men in England
adopted" the-.short coat, light waistcoat and. piantjiloons inaugurated in
Paris by'a certain set who affected to
despise the old couit fashion.
The, use.'of powder, made more expensive by taxation, quite died out, and
Bhdrt'-.bair became universal." '        .  '
Trousers and Wellington boots, at
first -worn ouly by the military, were
adopted by civilians about 1814, and
the dandy of the early Victorian era
wore his tightly strapped down. He
also prided hiinsi-lf on his starched
collar, which had goLe out of favor
under George IV.. who preferred a
black silk kerchief or stock.
The snuffbox vanished, and the characteristic ornament of the age was the
bunch of seals hanging from the watch
chain. Various modifications took
place from time to time during Queen
Victoria's long reign, but the'form of
men's 'dress practically remained unaltered.
The knickerbockers and tweed suit
of the country gentleman are of comparatively modern date, as well as the
wide awake, the soft felt hat—English Illustrated Magazine.
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THE HYPNOTIC EYE.
And the Man Who Likes to Test It on
the Circus Animals.
The njiin who wants to test the power !of the human eye on savage beasts
is legion, and he affords no end of
amusement for .the attendants at the
circus, who are always on the lookout
for him. Often be may be detected
standing before the cage of a lion,
gazing intently straight into the eyea
of the digniu'ed old beast, who gazes
back with indifference and finally
shifts his eyes, not because he feels
any mystic influence, but because
something else has attracted his attention.
A story is told of a man who tried
the hypnotic trick on an ostrich. At
first the bird crouched down and fluttered ., his wings nervously, but made
no other raanifestitation for some time.
A few hours later the body of the
man was found, with the huge bird alternately stamping and sitting on it
Another is told of a man who tried to
outgaze a leopard, with the result that
the auimal made a fierce charge
against the bars of his cage and at the
man, and the two created a disturbance that brought the attendants, hurrying to investigate the trouble.—Harriet Quimby iu Leslie's Weekly.
Hard Lines For Bachelors.
"Korea's the wrong place for bachelors," said a traveler. "Bachelors in
Korea are considered as children and
have only children's privileges. You,
a Korean bachelor, get thirsty You
enter a rest house and call for palm
wine. The pretty little amber colored
waitress says:
"'Married?'
" 'No.' says you.
" 'Heraus then.' says she, and out
you go, unslaked.
"Yon want to vote, but they won't
let you if you are not married.
"You apply for. a job somewhere.
'How many children have youV is the
first question you're asked. And as
soon as you say you're unmarried they
laugh in your fa.-e to think that you
should presume to'apply for work anywhere."
The Ita Palm.
In the moonlit garden overlooking
the sea no sound was to be heard save
the petulant p!:i in t of the mosquitoes,
angry at being disturbed at their food.
"Come," said the host "let us go and
sit under the i!:i palm. They, won't
bother us there."
In comfort und;'f the ita, he went on:
"This tree is from tho Orinoca delta,
.hejiome of the  W-irnn tribe.    The
Orinoca delta is TnfesTeo^lth-mnsqlil-
toes to an Incredible degree. The
Waraus, to escape them, live in a palm
whose odor the mosquito can't put up
with.
"This Is the palra-the Ita-which
makes the. naked Warau's -mosquito
proof bed. A bandy thing it is amoug
these salt marshes to have In n garden
too."
Basely Deceived.
The BuRband—You want to know
where I was so late last night? I was
at the office balancing my books.    '
The Wife—It seems to me that you
balance your books very often That
excuse Is about threadbare
The H.—H'm! If you don't believe
me, why don't you consult a fortune'
teller? ■■"'   •";.
The W.—Not much. I consulted oue
once, and she told me a pack of lies.
The H.-Indced! What did kIh- tell,
you? -,   ■ '    ■
The W.-She told me I would get a
rich, handsome, kind, attentive and
truthful busbnud
Costly Eyeteeth.
"I guess paw'must have'parsed n lot
of time at the dentist's when he was
In New York," Fald-.'johnny Green '
"Why do yon think BoV"' queriPd his
ma.   ■ :''-"";.'.': '.'. ■
"'Cause I heard him tell a man today that It cost "him nearly $3^0 to got
his eyeteeth cut." replied Johnny.
W/
Inconsistent.
"Dear me." said the poetess. "I don't
(heo why thorp horrid editors inslston
tinvlng innuuT'H N written on only one
ride of the --hi" t when they go and
irlnt their r i.'ov on both 8ldea.M—JPAbjuv
Jnuor.      . __..  "V'..-,J—
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Will test the completeness of your House<
Furnishing.    Do not mar your enjoyment by
an incomplete house   ...   A walk round
The Kelowna Furnishing Co.'s
store  will  give you  new  ideas  and tasty
suggestions.
lew otore,
Everything Fresh and New.
A. VERY   FULL XINE   OF
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Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Dealers in all kinds of
COAST CEDAR, FIR,  FLOORING, MOULDINGS,
WINDOWS, DOORS AND SHINGLES
SAW-MILL AND FACTORY
Orders filled in Short notice
aises
*$>itt<
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HARVEY
Manufacturers of
Builders' Brick, Drain
Tile and Hollow Brick
'PHONE 96
KELOWNA
our race is a
Sight
of pleasure to someone. Send
them your photo this Christmas
Portrait Wo 1 is Our Special Line
We have also in stock views from
all parts of the Valley and shall
have a full line of post cards for
the holiday season.
HUDSON & DUNN
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CHRISTMAS GOODSH
Figs, Dates and Candies of all kinds
•   -- Nuts of all kinds,-Table Raisins, Bon-Bons,-.. .. .....
Bananas, Grapes, Jap Oranges, Navalj Oranges, Lemons,
Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes,Christmas Cake, etc.
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Car Lake of Woods Flour early next month
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COME AND SEE US IN OUR NEW STORE.
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Telephone No. 39 and we will:be pleased to .,;.
send your order*"up." ' r''"'1 ":'"v "<•''<•■"'
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ROYAL BANK OF CAN AD A
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21 BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
TOTAL ASSETS $49,000,000.00
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
C B. DANIEL. Manager
KELOWNA B.C.
The 20th Century Boot
and Shoe Repair Shop
We do not cobble Boots, we repair them and
than new.    Do not Pail to gioe us a trial.
make them better
All workmanship.
o,uarahlWdlmU=pricWp^
receioe careful attention.
Don't forget the place, in Lang's Boot and Shoe
Kelotona; B.C.
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Orchard City Realty Mart
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2 Snaps for the quiclj: Bu^er
Two Corner Lots, about 5 minutes walk from Post Office,
Each Lot contains  125 ft. frontage, on good   streets
Price $ 1,100, for both,sEasyiTemsI
A Cottage and one acre, 8 minutes walk from Post Office
Price, $2,100,- Easy Terms .
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AAft^* LV!*^  W«M«BFi~
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J. BRODIE, Proprietor    j Empty Your Lamps
Harness  Emporium
Horse Clothiers this toay for all kinds of
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Light and Heavy
Harness, Bits,
Spurs, Whips,
Robes & Blankets
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We also handle a line of Liniment for sore Shoulders
and cuts" of all hinds, also Harness Oil & Axle Grease
S. C. KING, Proprietpr
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Put in New Wicks, and fill up
with the New, High Test Coal
Oil     This will vastly improve
the. light. ,;',
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JiLiK^ . V Starts Wednesday, 43th, closes Saturday,: £3*
This sale will smash all previous records in sale making.   ' Our whole Big Stock of Dry Goods, •
Clothing, Furnishings, Delph Chinaware, Boots and Shoes will be placed ori Sale* at prices that must:
make this sale the event of a lifetime. , ■ >    ,       <^
Our many customers at our last big sale knowiof the values then offeied, and /will find this Sale
eclipses-all past price slaughtering.    All Winter goods will be cleared regardless of cost, as we must
make room for our new spring,goods.
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Savings from 25 to 50 per cente
Space  won't allow  of a  detailed account of all the wonderful values offered.
Here are a /few of the many startling bargains: -'-."•
Mead
Scotch Tweed
Tartan
Wrapperette
Stockings
!S
.5,0 for .30
.65 " .40
.75 " .50
:20 " .15
.35 " .20
.50" .35
(Corsets      - • $-l;.'25 " .85
!'                 1.50 " 1.00
Ladies'Sweaters.' 2.25  " 1.45
Fascinators ;90 "   .55
Ladies'Underwear
Vests'& Drawers .35 '
Read
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Staple Dept.
Sheeting
KHmarar
.20
.35
1.00 "   .65
Waists, white    3.00 " 1.25
silk 5.00 " 3.25
•Fancy delaine    3.25 " 2.50
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.35 for .25
• '■     " .50 " .35;
42" Pillow Cotton.2 5- " .20
44" "        .30 " .25
Bleached Cottons. 10  "   .7*
.15 " .12*
Fancy Shirtings   .35  "  .25
.45 " .30
Cretonnes .15  "  .10
.25 " .15
Towels        pair, .30 "  .20
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Flannelette
.50 " .35
.12*" .10
.20 "  .15
Read
Furnishings and
Clothing
ShiltS, Negligee     1.25 for   .85
1.50   "  1.00
Lined Gloves, 1.25
2.25
Sweaters, 1.25,
2.50
Socks, .25
.50
Scarfs,. .50 "   .35
1.00   "    .65
Four-fold Linen Collars,
15c
20th Century Suits,
:85
1.50
.85
1.75
.20
.35
4 f *±f\
15.UUtor9.75—~~
20.00 "13.00
Boys' Suits,   3.50 for 2.25
5.00   ' 3.25
Men s Trousers,
2.25 for 1.65
Mead
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Boots and Shoes
Men's Box Calf Beta
3.50 for 2.00 ■ \
: Men's Heavy Bals.
4.00 for 2.75'j
Ladies' Vici Bluchers,,
3.75 for 2.65
Bedding
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Blankets,  4.00 for 2.75
5.50 " 3:75      ]
Flannellette Sheets,
\ 1.00 for .65 pair
.     \ 1.85  ,,1.30   "
—Gotton-Sheets"n5o f6rroo~t
2.75 "2.00^
Pillow Cases, .Wfor .40 pair i
1.00 "   JO."—!
Bedspreads,  2.00 for 1.40
4.50 "  3.25
Table Linen .85   "• .65
rOne-third off Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Belts, Combs, Ladies' and Children's Coats.
Half-off Ladies' Fancy; Collars, Ladies' Purses, All Fancy Goods, Fancy Chinaware.
Gent's Underwear, $1J25 for 50c> $1.50 for 95c'        Odd Garments at half-ririce.
The quicker you act, the better values you will be able to select.
Remember Sale starts 13th, closes 23rd.
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PROFESSIONAL AND
BUSINESS CARDS
J. F. BURNE
lison School Di
(Contributed)
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Solicitor,
,,    Notary Public,
' .. Conveyancer, etc.
KELOWNA, :y;::l\:
B.C.
R. B. KERR
Barrister
and Solicitor,
Notary Public.
KELOWNA, ::
B.C.
CHAS. HARVEY
B.A.Sc.,C.E.,D.L.S., B.CL.S.
CIVIL ENGINEER and LAND
SURVEYOR
Kelowna,    B. C.
Say! Had we not better take out our
furs again? Rather cool to be pleasant
and we have need to look after our finger
tips, likewise our ears and noses as-Jack
Frost seems to have a special liking for
.such.
Mr. and Mrs. Hereron entertained a
number of friends at a social at their home
on Wednesday evening. ... A very nice
time was* enjoyed.   '
School opened on Jan. 4, with an attendance of twenty pupils. Mr. Kincaid
of Kelowna is teacher.
We hope your Dry Valley correspondent
"Simon" will come again. We all like
him and hope he.is still getting his meals
regular.
W. T. ASHBRIDGE
CIVIL ENGINEER
Amoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E       Graduate Toronto
University ,
Waterworks and Sewerage System., Pumping and
Lighting Plants, Concrete Construction, etc. • )
KELOWNA, = B. C.
RICHARD H. PARKINSON
BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND
SURVEYOR,
CIVIL ENGINEER
P.p:BOX 137 KELOWNA
Office:    Keller Block
S. C. RICHARDS, D.V.S.
HcGill
VETERINARY SURGEON
and Dentist
Office at Residence: 2nd House
East of the Club
Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd
DENTIST
P.O. Box IW 'Phone 66
Office in Dr. Boyce's Building.
Barnard Ave.
COLLETT BROS.
LIVERY AND DRAY
Horses bought and sold °n commission.     Dray meets  all  CKK.
boats.    All kinds  of heavy  team
work. 'Phone 20-
GEO. C. BENMORE
Orchard Work
Pruning, Planting, etc.
P.O., Kelowna.
Dry Valley Dribbles
(From our own Correspondent.)
School re-opened on Monday, Jan. 4th
after the Christmas holidays, but was
closed again on Wednesday on account of
the severe weather. Only four children
turned in and they were in a half-frozen
condition. We hope to resume work this
week if the weather moderates.
We regret that Mrs. Morrison still keeps
in a precarious condition, but she is receiving the careful attention of a trained
nurse.
Mr. J.vMcKinley, of Conconully, Wash.,
has been visiting his parents during the
holidays. His brother Ernest is suffering
from a touch) of frozen ears.
The people who have ventured out of
doors^have been looking rather stout during the past week. One man we know,
has been keeping his toes warm inside of
3 pairs of socks, slippers and snowboots.
The rest of him has been armed with 3
pair of pants, 2 coats, 2 pair of gloves and
2 caps and the nose of. him was still red.
We haven't seen any women out.
,S. G. SILKE
(Late with F. R. E. DeHart)
Undertakes   Winter   Pruning.     Will also
arrange for Thinning, Budding, etc.,
-    . season   of .1909. -
ADDRESS: P.O.. KELOWNA, B.C.
JOHN  CURTS )
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Plans and Specifications Pfegafed
and estimates given for pubhcBuild-
ings,Town and Country Residences
JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA
MISS L. STOREY
High-class
DRESSMAKING
Rowcliffe Block
FOR SALE
3,One-acre Lots Good Fruit
Lands, within.city limits
Rutland News.
We notice in last week issue an item
stating that a party took a dip in Okanagan Lake recently. No doubt the fortunate land agent who saw him, made perfectly sure that the object he saw in the
water was-.a man, then with a chuckle of
delight rising within him, he made haste
to make the fact public. Such estate
levers cannot be lost track of. The question with a few, however, might be, considering the present temperature, did the
man ever come out alive ?
[The fact is just as was stated. The
gentleman is very much alive, thank you.
We might have added however, that the
dip was involuntary.   Ed.]
Notwithstanding the severity of the
weather on Sunday last, a representative
congregation attended service at Mount
View -Methodist Church. Rev. J. H.
Wright the pastor, officiating. The Sabbath School was also fairly well attended.
Especially was this noticeable in the organized Bible Class, which was properly
put in order in October last at a social
gathering at the residence of Mr. W. H.
Fleming, Vernon Road. The class has
steadily grown in numbers and interest.
The officers being Mr. V. Dilworth, president; Miss Ida Fleming, .vice-president;
Mr. A. E. Clarke, teacher; Mr. W. G.
Sehell, secretary; Miss Lela McDonald
treasurer. Visitors are always welcome.
Lesson Jan. 17th "Beginnings of the
Christian Church".    Acts 2: 32-42.
For terms, etc., apply P.O.
Box 175, Kelowna.
GOOD FOR FRUIT LAND OR
-RESIDENTIAL
News of the Churches
METHODIST
The evangelistic Services will be held in
the Methodist Church next week.
Rev/Mr. Russell preached to a well
filled church'on Sunday morning. ;
BAPTIST
A large congregation attended the Evangelistic Service, held.by the Rev. Mr. Russel, on Sunday evening.-SfHis meetings
attract a good deal of attention and appear
successful in stirring up the religious feelings amongst the churches.
The Baptist Church Mission, will meet
on Sunday afternoon next, in the   Church.
The regular weekly meetings have been
postponed during the evangelistic services.
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelist Russel will speak in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning,
and in the Methodist Church in the evening.4
A meeting was held on Tuesday evening, of the teachers of the Presbyterian
Sunday School. It was decided to form
three new classes in order to rejieve the
present crowded condition of the classes.
It was further decided to form a bible class
for the elder scholars, and the use of Principal Brown's room in the Public School,
has by the courtesy of the School Trustees
been obtained for this purpose. Mr. Ball
will teach this class.
RUSSEL MISSION      •
Sunday 17th
11 a.m.'."Mr".'.. Russel will speak in the
Presbyterian Church, Subject, "Power
from on High.'
4.45 p.m. Mammoth Mass; Meeting for
men only and youths over 15 years, in
the Methodist church, subject, "Majestic
Manhood."
7 p.m. The three churches will' meet at
7 o'clock instead of the usuaPhour. The
Evangelist will speak in. thej Methodist
Church.-; •--_ ;.".-.?,:-;fer'
8.15 p.m. A great Mass Union Meeting
will be held in Raymer's Hall.     Special
_ music. Mr. Russel will give a stirring
message on "The World's Curse and its
Cure."   Everybody welcome.     '•■'''■«'■ ;
The Union Revival services under Evangelist Walter Russel, B.A., are now in
their second week, and notwithstanding
the inclement weather of the last week,
the meetings have been well attended.
Mr. Russel is undoubtedly a man of- exceptional power and ability. "His high intellectual {[attainments, coupled with intense moral earnestness, backed by twenty
years deep study of the scriptures arid
wide experience in evangelistic work, have
produced a man of a very • high order.
Seldom have evangelistic services been
conducted in the West with greater sanity
and with better general effect. Moreover,
the active workers in the 3 churches; that
have united in this movement seem to be
a unit in supporting the evangelist. Several
people have already made public confession
of Christ and the interest deepens with
every service. Whatever effect the meetings may eventually.have upon the general public,'it is'already evident that Mr.
Russel's coming to the city has been productive of great good.
alues m Lirocenes
in
Wr
Immense Stock at Lower
Prices Th;
Lan Ever.
Bargains!   Bargains !   Bargains I
f
FUNERAL OF AN
OLD TIMER.
 t. mriTinu   ADMV-CEXTI I?R«! .
Colonel Lamb of the Salvation Army,
reports that they expect to send 8,000 im-
migrants to Canada in 1909, to w.ork on
the land.
The funeral took place at Benvoulin on Monday, of Mrs. R.
Munson, one of the early setders
in this district:   The deceased had
25c
25c
25c
been ill for a long time previous,
and the .esteem in which she was
held by all, was signified by the
large.number of friends and sympathisers present at the church.
The service was conducted by the
Revs. Herdman and Wright, who
spoke feelingly of the departed,
Mr. Herdman mentioning how appropriate it was to have the service
in Bethel church, which had been
so named by Mrs. Munson, 16
years ago, when it was erected.
Mr. Wright spoke on her good influence on those around whilst on
her bed of sickness, using as his
text, "So teach us to number our
days, that we may apply our hearts
unto wisdom." The pall bearers
were all old residents in this district.
NEW HONEY
3 lb. pkts. Currants     *,   25c
N3 lb. pkts. Raisins
4 lbs. White Beans
4 lbs. Barley
3 lbs. delicious Tea    - $ 1.00
1 lb. Pure Coffee        -   25c
2 lbs. New Dates - 25c
Shredded Wheat Biscuits 15c
2 pkts. Malta Vita   - -    25c
2 pkts. Corn Flakes
1 *pkt. Buckwheat
3 pkts. Corn Starch
3 lb. Tins Tomatoes  -    50c
7 tins for $1.00
Lyles Golden Syrup
25c and 45c per. tin
7 lb. Tins Marmalade $1.00
\Y/^.^-«*.--.fl-<-»  Ixl/a-TAr ,   am
—W"<*tg&tcui-o-i"1*-. yv—ji***a
25c
25c
25c
Navigation was rendered difficult on account of ice at the lower
end of the lake.. The steamer
''Okanagan'' was held up at Summerland over night, making the
trip to Penticton on Saturday
morning.
5 lb. Tins, 90c
NEW, HONEY
Bananas : - 35c per doz.
Delicious Hams 20c per lb.
Delicious Bacon , 20c per lb.
Toilet. Soap      ; 25c per box
(usual price 45c)
6 bars Laundry Soap -    25c
Washing Powder
,3 lb. pkts., 25c
Gold Dust, Swan-, Golden West
2 tins Corn        -       - 25c
2 tins Peas-       -       - 25c
2 tins Beans       -       " 25c
2 lb. tins Blueberries - 1 5c
2 lb. tins Raspberries, Strawberries, or Peaches -    25c
Huntley and  Palmer's  Biscuits, large assortment 25c
3 pkts. Jelly Powder - 25c
Flavouring Essence    -    2Qc
No. 1 Apples, $1.50 per box
little money goes a long way at
the Store of Plenty
BIRTHS.
2nd Jan.   To the wife  of J.'L. Wilson, a
'. girl..   .. }; .   . :'yyry
10th Jan.   To the  wife of R. E. Harris,
twin toys,   j :;-' ;;    ■:/;':;:[;■ yy^ys,
y^yQi^tyf^^is^&i^isH^yS-y, .Tttursdau,Jan/i4
The Orchard City Record
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2Sfe'.Pi
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A good fountain
pen saves the writer
much trouble. There
is no dipping of the
pen with the risk of
upsetting a bottle of
ink. Instead there
is, a steady flow of
just the right amount
of ink at all times to
meet, the requirements of slow or
rapid writing.
Come inland test
them,, make a selection and if not satisfied we will exchange
it or refund your
money.     . •
Prices range from
•   $1.50 to $5.00
e
P. B. Wits « Co.
DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS
Kelowna,     B. C.
A. R. DAVY
Wholesale and |Retai£
Butcher.
Cattle, Sheep and Horse]
Dealer.
KELOWNA,
B.C.
DAVIES & MATHIE
Ladies' and    *
Gents' Tailors
PENDOZI STREET
Repairing and Pressing
promptly attended to.
Mr. W. Clement, of the Penticton Press,
has we understand decided to join the
ranks of the Benedicts, and made a trip to
the Coast for that purpose.
Mr." Howe, left, on Saturday for a business visit to Seattle, and other points on
the Coast.
The Legge-Willis Co., returned to Kelowna on Saturday.
We were honoured last week by a visit
from Mr. P. B. Wallace, of Beal Bros.,
Toronto, said to be the oldest commercial
man on the road. Although 63 years of
age, Mr. Wallace is hale and hearty, and
this week made his 56th trip across the
Rockies. It was nineteen years ago when
this gentleman made his first visit to the
Okanagan, at a time when Kelowna "was
without form and void." Mr. Wallace returns to Toronto after visiting Mr. Brodie
here, where he intends starting up in the
wholesale leather business.
Mr, Freeman,' of Okanagan Centre, is
visiting in Kelowna.
J. D. McMillan left on Tuesday for his
home in Vancouver.
Messrs. Parids and Bovillet, of Carievale,
Sask., arrived in Kelowna on Saturday.
Mr. J. W." Wheeler, of the" Royal Hotel,
left on Tuesday for a business visit to
Moosejaw. He will return in about ten
days. During his absence Capt. Anderson
has charge of^the "quarter-deck."
Miss Fullerton, of Medora, Man., arrived
in Kelowna on Saturday.   .
Mr. J. A. Bigger left on Tuesday for
Vernon with a fewjjjmen, to complete the
house he is building for F. O. Conkling.
Miss Kier, of Summerland. visited Kelowna on Tuesday.
Dr. Andrews, of Summerland, was a
visitor in Kelowna over Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dolton returned on
Tuesday from Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Morrison, arrived
from the east on Wednesday's boat.
Mr. and Mrs. Stirling returned from the
coast on Wednesday.
WHIMS IN WILLS.
ANOTHER RANCHER
HEARD FROM.
KELOWNA WEST BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted to Any Point
on the Lake
L. HAYMAN
Box 66' Kelowna, B.C.
Royal "Hotel
Facing the Wharfe.
Rates $1 per day.
J. BJ WHEELER,  Prop.
A well known figure in Kelowna
is Mr. Rowcliffe Sr.," who left the
beautiful and fertile country of
Devonshire, Eng., nearly half a
century ago, 'to join the hardy
band of pioneers who were opening up the bush country of Ontario
planting homes here and there in
the clearings. Mr. Rowcliffe first
settled in Exeter,' Ont., for a short
time, but later removed to Lamb'
ton-Co., where he took up land
from the old well known Canada
Co. In those days the land was a
wilderness of dense forest, no
roads were cut, but blazed trees
served as guides to1 the nearest
villages. This was the time when
the early setders earned the praise
meted out to them later by book
and song, "It was the forest primeval," and it was many months
hard labour before the ' land was
all clear, ed, and stumps removed,
in order to cultivate and realize
returns. Money was an unknown
quantity, and if by any chance one
was favored with a chance of a
day's work, it was usually paid by
carrying home a portion of a pig
or sheep. "There was  no money
Curious Desires Have Actuated Many
' Testators! -     -   -
The' dryness of the law is sometimes
alleviated by the freaks and whims
that appear In wills.
Some persons have used their wills
as means of paying oft old scores. In
1770 Stephan Swain'of the parish of
St. Olaves, London, left /'John Abbott
and Mary, bis wife, 6 shillings' each
for a halter for fear the sheriff should
not be provided." In 1793 Philip
Thickness willed that' his right hand
be cut off and sent to bis son "in hopes
that such a sight may remind him of
his duty to God after having so long
ueglected the duty he owed to a father
who once affectionately loved bim."
Lieutenant Colonel Nash got even
with his wife by leaving the bell ring
prs of Bath abbey £50 a year on condition that they muffle the bells of said
abbey on the anniversary of his marriage and ring them with "doleful accentuation from 8 a. m. to 8 p m." and
on the anniversary of his death to
ring a merry peal for the same space
"in memory of his nappy release from
domestic tyranny and wretchedness."
Jasper Mayne, who died In 1620.
must have been a person of humor
He left his servant an old valise, stating that it contained something that
would enable him to drink. When the
valise was opened it was fonnd to contain only a red herring.
Occasionally a testator exhibits an
original Idea as to the disposition o1*
his body. Sieur Benoit, whose will was
probated in Paris in 1877, ordered that
he be buried in his old trunk to save
tbe expense of a coffin. He added that
he was attached to the trunk, it having
gone around the world with him three
times.
FAKE PAINTINGS.
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produce was exchanged at extrem
ely low values, pork 3Jc, mutton
4c, beef 3c, and wheat 50c bushel.
Although poverty and hard work
was the lot of all, friendship and
sociability reigned supreme among
these fore-runners of modern civilization. Logging bees gave opportunities for many mirthful in*
cidents, and the good times enjoyed at the^old log house and barn
raisings, are still fresh in the memory of our old friend. After the
Grand Trunk Railway found its
way into this section of the country
a market was found for a limited
quantity of 4 foot wood, beech,
maple and hickory, which was delivered alongside its line for $1.75
a cord. In more recent years, as
the forests of this locality became
almost a thing of the past, climatic
conditions changed. The protection against the cold winters was
gone, and storms, changeable
weather and declining years made
Mr. Rowcliffe look towardn the
setting sun for a better climate.
Knowing something of the Okanagan Valley and Kelowna, he came
out here about the time that Lord
Aberdeen had sub-divided his
estate, and purchased some 60
acres of that property, setting out
18 acres in fruit. This old gentleman is always ready to say a deserving good word about Kelowna
and district, and seems confident
that there will be greater development in-the next few years, than
we have seen in the past.
One   of  the   Ingenious  Tricks  of  tru
Picture Dealer.  ■
The tricks of the picture dealer? '
They are not to be counted. Here is
one that was played quite recently. A
dealer ordered from an artist a tavern
scene In"the old'Dutch style signed i'u
the corner with a facsimile of Jan
Steen's signature. When the smoky
look of age had been given it tbe dealer eyed it with approval.
"Splendid P* he said to tbe needy artist. "It's a pity yon shouldn't have
the credit of It Pray sign it with your
own name. It may make your reputation."
The poor artist,- delighted, painted
over the signature of Jan Steen and set
his own name there. Three weeks
later the picture started for New York,
consigned to a Fifth-avenue merchant
of paintinss. But by the same boat
went anr anonymous letter to the custom house officials warning them' that
an attempt was being made to smuggle in a chef d'oeurre of the Dutch
school worth $40,000. The picture was
seized. Experts were called In.- They
scraped off the signature of the artist
and found underneath that of Jan
Steen. The Importer bad to pay a fine
of 50 per cent—that Is, 120,000—and in
addition $8,000 duty. Three days later,
however, he sold his Jan Steen (guaranteed by the United States govern
ment) for the round sum of $50,000
Thus he made a fair profit, for tbe original cost of the picture was $14—70
francs paid to the poor devil of an
artist.
The 8neeze Inopportune.
"Of all the embarrassing predicaments, tho one that I was in was the
worst ever." said a prosperous downtown business man, addressing his
partner in their office on the fifteenth
floor of one of the Broadway skyscrapers.
-"I got in the elevator a few moments
ago!" he continued, "and the draft as
we shot roof ward caused me to sneeze
I felt It coming, and as I opened my
mouth for a hearty 'achu' out popped
my $150 set of false teeth. Say, when
that car full of silly stenographers be
gan to snicker I could have gone
through a keyhole without touching
sides,   top   or   bottom P*
Forces a Discharge.
"The Japanese servant has many curious traits.", said the man who keeps
one, "besides bis constant habit of eating raw fish, but he Is inordinately po-
lote, as a rule. For instance, he never
will give you notice that bo wishes to
leave you. Instead his work will grow
uteadlly worse and worse till you can't
stand It any longer, anfr so you (Ire
him. it's always done purposely to
avoid the necessity of telllug you outright that he Is tired of you and wants
to quit."~ '	
8ocial Analogy.
Blrs. Subbnbs-That Mrs. Newcome
just moved Into the Dudley's old house
on Saturday.' so I called today. Mr.
Subbubs-Well. well, how like poker this
social game is! Mrs. Subbubs—How
do you mean? Mr. Subbubs—Why, in
poker you also "call" when you want
to see what the other person's got
The Missing Feature.
"That meadow scene looks far from
natural," declared the stage manager.
"What can all It?"
"Begosh, I believe It's the absence of
advertising signs l"
Sneaky.
Magistrate—Sneaky sort of man?
-What do you moan. slr7 Witness-
Well, sorr, he's the sort of man that'll
never look ye straight In the face until
your back's tumid."
There's no phosphorescence In flow-
,«* to speak of. but they rany lighten
«p many a darkened spot In  life.-
DqIqu..  l   ,	
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Great Britain -   ..-.-..   r?
'   NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Come and get our list of 10 and 20 acre Fruit Lots, ready for planting
next spring, in the centre of a beautiful valley.
CH£AS RESIDENTIAL LOTS
In our Woodlawn Sub-division, between Richter
and Ethel Streets. Prices, $250 and upwards,
on easy terms.   .        .        .        .    '   .
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All these leading.Ranges sold by .
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Also, Poultry Supplies including Beef ' ■
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Thursdau.Jan 1$
in-——"- wrgn*ttPP*^■^t"m£?aTi
PROFESSIONAL AND
BUSINESS CARDS
J. F. BURNE
Solicitor,
,;,; Notary Public,
■;  v Conveyancer, etc.   i
KELOWNA, "r.       B.C.
R. B. KERR
Barrister
and Solicitor,
Notary Public.
KELOWNA, ::
B.C.
CHAS. HARVEY
B.A.Sc.,C.E.,D.L.S., B.C.L.S.
CIVIL ENGINEER and LAND
SURVEYOR
Kelowna,   B. C.
lisoflSchool
(Contributed)
1 f'
Say! Had we not better take out our
furs again? Rather cool to be pleasant
and we have need to look after our finger
tips, likewise our ears and noses as Jack
Frost seems to have a special liking for
such.
Mr. and Mrs. Hereron entertained a
number of friends at a social at their home
on Wednesday evening. ,. A very nice
time was'ehjoyed. '
School opened on Jan. 4, with an attendance of twenty pupils. Mr. Kincaid
of Kelowna is teacher.
We hope your Dry Valley correspondent
"Simon" will come again. We all like
him and hope he.is still getting his meals
regular.
W. T. ASHBRIDGE
CIVIL ENCINEER
A«eoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E       Graduate Toronto
University . ,
Waterworks and Sewerage Syatems, Pumping and
Lighting Plants. Concrete Construction, etc.
KELOWNA =: B-c
RICHARD H. PARKINSON
■'. BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND
CIVIL ENGINEER
P.O:BOX137 kelowna
;• Office:    Keller Block
S. G. RICHARDS, D.V.S..-.'
HcGill
VETERINARY SURGEON
and Dentist
Office at Residence: 2nd House
East of the Glub
Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd
DENTIST
P.O. BOX .56 . 'Phone 86
Office in Dr. Boyce's Building.
Barnard Ave.
Dry Valley Dribbles
(From our own Correspondent.)
School re-opened on Monday, Jan. 4th
after the Christmas holidays, but was
closed again on Wednesday on account of
the severe weather. Only four children
turned in and they were in a half-frozen
condition. We hope to resume work this
week if the weather moderates.
We regret that Mrs. Morrison still keeps
in a precarious condition, but she is receiving the careful attention of a trained
nurse.
Mr. J. McKinley. of Conconully, Wash.,
has been visiting his parents during the
holidays. His brother Ernest is suffering
from a touch) of frozen ears.
The people who have ventured out of
doora,have been looking rather stout during the past week. One man we know,
has been keeping his toes warm inside of
3 pairs of socks, slippers and snowboots.
The rest of him has been armed with 3
pair of pants, 2 coats, 2 pair of gloves and
2 caps and the nose of him was still red.
We haven't seen any women out.
News of the Churches i
METHODIST
The evangelistic Services will be held in
the Methodist Church next week.
Rev! Mr. Russell preached to a well
filled church on Sunday morning. ■
BAPTIST
A large congregation attended the Evangelistic Service, held by the Rev. Mr. Rub-
sel, on Sunday evening.iifHis meetings
attract a good deal of attention and appear
successful in stirring up the religious feelings amongst the churches.
The Baptist Church Mission, will meet
on Sunday afternoon next, in the  Church.
The regular weekly meetings have been
postponed during the evangelistic services.
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelist Russel will speak in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning,
and in the Methodist Church in the evening.1
A meeting was held on Tuesday evening, of the teachers of the Presbyterian
Sunday School. It was decided to form
three new classes in order lo relieve the
present crowded condition of the classes.
It was further decided to form a bible class
for the elder scholars, and the use of Principal Brown's room in the Public School,
has by the courtesy of the School Trustees
been obtained for this purpose. Mr. Ball
will teach this class.
RUSSEL MISSION
Sunday 17th
COLLETT BROS.
LIVERY AND DRAY
Horses bought and sold on^commission.     Dray meets  all  L.r.K.
boats.   All kinds  of heavy  team
work. "Phone 20.
GEO. C. BENMORE
Orchard Work
Pruning, Planting, etc.
P.O., Kelowna.
S. G.;SILKE
(Late with F. R. E. DeHart)
Undertakes   Winter   Pruning.     Will also
arrange for Thinning, Budding, etc..
...        season  of   1909.
ADDRESS: P.O., KELOWNA. B.C.
JOHN  CURTS )
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Plans and Specifications Prepared
and estimates given for publicBuild-
ings,Town arid Country Residences
JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA
MISS L. STOREY
High-class
DRESSMAKING
Rowcliffe Block
FOR SALE
3, One-acre Lots Good Fruit
Lands, within.city limits
Rutland News.
We notice in last week issue an item
stating that a party took a dip in Okanagan Lake recently. No doubt the fortunate land agent who saw him, made perfectly sure that the object he saw in the
water was .a man, then with a chuckle of
delight rising within him, he made haste
to make the fact public. Such estate
levers cannot be lost track of. The question with a few, however, might be. considering the present temperature, did the
man ever come out alive ?
[The fact is just as was stated. The
gentleman is very much alive, thank you.
We might have added however, that the
dip was involuntary.    Ed.]
Notwithstanding the severity of the
weather on Sunday last, a representative
congregation attended service at Mount
View -Methodist Church. Rev. J. H.
Wright the pastor, officiating. The Sabbath School was also fairly well attended.
Especially was this noticeable in the organized Bible Class, which was properly
put in order in October last at a social
gathering at the residence of Mr. W. H.
Fleming, Vernon Road. The class has
steadily grown in numbers and interest.
The officers being Mr. V. Dilworth, president; Miss Ida Fleming, .vice-president;
Mr. A. E. Clarke, teacher; Mr. W. G.
Sehell, secretary; Miss Lela McDonald
treasurer. Visitors are always welcome.
Lesson Jan. 17th "Beginnings of the
Christian Church".   Acts 2: 32-42.
11 a.m. Mr. Russel will speak in the
Presbyterian Church, Subject, "Power
from on High."
4.45 p.m. Mammoth Mass'Meeting for
men only and youths over 15 years, in
the Methodist church, subject, "Majestic
Manhood."
7 p.m. The three churches will meet at
7 o'clock instead of the usualihpur. The
Evangelist will speak in the] Methodist
Church. •■-. ; ;r
8.15 p.m. A great Mass Union Meeting
will be held in Raymer's Hall. Special
music. Mr. Russel will give a stirring
message on "The World's Curse and its
Cure."   Everybody welcome.
-..;.; ■ For terms, etc., apply P.O.
Box 175, Kelowna.
GOOD FOR FRUIT LAND OR
/.' RESIDENTIAL
The Union Revival services under Evangelist Walter Russel, B.A., are now in
their second week, and notwithstanding
the inclement weather of the last week,
the meetings have been well attended.
Mr. Russel is undoubtedly a man of exceptional power and ability. His high intellectual ^attainments, coupled with intense moral earnestness, backed by twenty
years deep study of the , scriptures arid
wide experience in evangelistic work, have
produced a man of a very ■ high order.
Seldom have evangelistic services been
conducted in the West with greater sanity
and with better general effect. Moreover,
the active workers in the 3 churches that
have united in this movement seem to-be
a unit in supporting the evangelist. Several
people have already made public confession
of Christ and the interest deepens with
every service. Whatever effect the meetings may eventually have upon the general public" it is already evident that Mr.
Ru8sel's coming to the city has been productive of great good.
c n.iriTinU-'lDMV..CBTTI FDS .
FUNERAL OF AN v
OLD TIMER.
Colonel Lamb of the Salvation Army,
reports that they expect to send 8,000 immigrants to Canada in 1909, to w.ork on
the land.
The funeral took place at Benvoulin on Monday, of Mrs. R.
Munson, one of the early setders
in this district:   The deceased had
been ill for a long time previous,
and the esteem in which she was
held by all, was signified by the
large.number of friends and sympathisers present at the church.
The service was conducted by the
Revs. Herdman and Wright, who
spoke feelingly of the departed,
Mr. Herdman mentioning how appropriate it was to have the service
in Bethel church, which had been
so named by Mrs. Munson, 16
years ago, when it was erected.
Mr. Wright spoke on her good influence on those around whilst on
her bed of sickness, using as his
text, "So teach us to number our
days, that we may apply our hearts
unto wisdom." The pall bearers
were all old residents in this district.
Navigation was rendered difficult on account of ice at the lower
end of the lake. The steamer
"Okanagan" was held up at Summerland over night, making the
trip to Penticton on Saturday
morning.
BIRTHS.
2nd Jan.   To the wife  of J. L. Wilson, n
girl.
10th Jan.   To the wife of R, E. Harris,
twin boy*. -
alues in groceries
in the City-
Immense Stock at Lower
Prices Than Ever.
Bargains!   Bargains!   Bargains I
f
"new honey
3 lb. pkts. Currants    --   25c
3 lb. pkts. Raisins
4 lbs. White Beans
4 lbs. Barley      -
3 lbs. delicious Tea
1 lb. Pure Coffee
2 lbs. New Dates
- 25c
- 25c
- 25c
-$1.00
- 25c
- 25c
Shredded Wheat Biscuits 15c
2 pkts. Malta Vita
2 pkts. Corn Flakes
1 >pkt. Buckwheat
3 pkts. Corn Starch
3 lb. Tins Tomatoes
7 tins for $1.00
Lyle's Golden Syrup
25c and 45c per tin
7 lb. Tins Marmalade $1.00
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—W"etgatcuiro-r^v* w
25c
25c
25c
25c
50c
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5 lb. Tins, 90c
NEW HONEY
Bananas -: 35c per doz.
Delicious Hams 20c per lb.
Delicious Bacon 20c per lb.
Toilet Soap        25c per box
(usual price 45c)
6 bars Laundry Soap -    25c
Washing Powder
3 lb. pkts., 25c
Gold Dust, Swan-, Golden West
2 tins Corn        - - 25c
2 tins Peas-       - - 25c
2 tins Beans       - - 25c
2 lb. tins Blueberries - 1 5c
2 lb. tins Raspberries, Strawberries, or Peaches -    25c
Huntley and  Palmer's  Biscuits, large assortment 25c
3 pkts. Jelly Powder - 25c
Flavouring Essence    -    20c
No. 1 Apples, $1.50 per box
A little money goes a long Way at
the Store of Plenty
$2.50 Dolls reduced to $1.00 to clear
Mcjannett,
Marsd
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PHONE
KELOWNA, B. G.
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Thursday? Jan'14
The Orchard City Record
A good fountain
pen saves the writer
much trouble. There
is no dipping of the
pen with the risk of
upsetting a bottle of
ink. Instead there
is a steady flow of
just the right amount
of ink at all times to
meet „ the requirements of slow or
rapid writing.
Come in and test
them, make a selection'and if not satisfied we will exchange
it or refund your
money.
Prices range from
$1.50 to $5.00
P. B. WODIS 8 III.
DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS
Kelowna,     B. C
A. R. DAVY
Wholesale  and (Retail?
Butcher.
Cattle, Sheep and Horse]
Dealer.
KELOWNA,
B.C.
DAVIES & MATHIE
Ladies' and   "
Gents' Tailors
PENDOZI STREET
Repairing and Pressing
promptly attended to.
Mr. W. Clement, of the Penticton Press,
has we understand decided to join the
ranks or the Benedicts, and made a trip to
the Coast for that purpose.
Mr. Howe, left, on Saturday for a business visit to Seattle, and other points on
the Coast.
The Legge-Willis Co., returned to Kelowna on Saturday.
We were honoured last week by a visit
from Mr. P. B. Wallace, of Beal Bros"
Toronto, said to be the oldest commercial
man on the road. Although 63 years of
age, Mr. Wallace is hale and hearty, and
this week made his 56th trip across the
Rockies. It was nineteen years ago when
this gentleman made his first visit to the
Okanagan, at a time when Kelowna "was
without form and void." Mr. Wallace re.
turns to Toronto after visiting Mr. Brodie
here, where he intends starting up in the
wholesale leather business.
Mr. Freeman, of Okanagan Centre, is
visiting in Kelowna.
J. D. McMillan left on Tuesday for his
home in Vancouver.
Messrs. Parids and Bovillet, of Carievale,
Sask., arrived in Kelowna on Saturday.
Mr. J. W. Wheeler, of the" Royal Hotel,
left on Tuesday for a business visit to
Moosejaw. He will return in about ten
days. During his absence Capt. Anderson
has charge of^the "quarter-deck."
Miss Fullerton, of Medora, Man., arrived
in Kelowna on Saturday.
Mr. J. A. Bigger left on Tuesday for
Vernon with a few*men, to complete the
house he is building for F. O. Conkling.
Miss Kier, of Summerland. visited Kelowna on Tuesday.
Dr. Andrews, of Summerland, was a
visitor in Kelowna over Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dolton returned on
Tuesday from Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A/orrison, arrived
from the east on Wednesday's boat.
Mr. and Mrs. Stirling returned from the
coast on Wednesday.
WHIMS IN WILLS.
Many
Curious Desires Have,Actuated
Testators^
The dryness of the Jaw is sometimes
alleviated by the freaks and whims
that appear in wills.
Some persons have used their wills
as means of paying oft old scores. In
1770 Stephen Swain of the parish of
St. Olaves. London, left "John Abbott
and Mary, his wife, 6 shillings each
for a halter for fear the sheriff should
not be provided." In 1793 Philip
Thickness willed that his right hand
be cut off and sent to his son "in hopes
that such a sight may remind him of
hisr duty to God after having so long
neglected the duty he owed to a father
who once affectionately loved him."
Lieutenant Colonel Nash got even
with his wife by leaving the bell ring
era of Bath abbey £50 a year on condition that they muffle the bells of said
abbey on the anniversary of his marriage and ring them with "doleful accentuation from 8 a. m. to 8 p m." and
on the anniversary of his death to
ring a merry pen) for the same space
"in memory of his happy release from
aomestic tyranny and wretchedness."
Jasper Mayne, who died in 1620.
muBt have been a person of humor
He left his servant an old valise, stating that it contained something that
would enable him to drink. When the
valise was opened it was found to contain only a red herring.
Occasionally a testator exhibits an
original Idea as to the disposition o*
his body. Sicur Benoit, whose will was
probated in Paris in 1877, ordered that
he be buried in his old trunk to save
the expense of a coffin. He added that
he was attached to the trunk, It having
gone around the world with him three
times.
FAKE PAINTINGS.
ANOTHER RANCHER
HEARD FROM.
KELOWNA WEST BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted to Any Point
on the Lake
L. HAYMAN
Box 66 Kelowna, B.C.
Royal Hotel
Facing the Wharfie.
Rates $1 per day.
J. EJ WHEELER,  Prop.
A well known figure in Kelowna
is Mr. Rowcliffe Sr.," who  left the
beautiful   and   fertile  country  of
Devonshire,   Eng.,  nearly  half   a
century   ago, 'to   join   the hardy
band of pioneers who were  opening up the bush country of Ontario
planting homes here and  there in
the clearings.   Mr. Rowcliffe first
settled in Exeter, Ont, for a short
time, but later removed  to Lamb-
ton Co., where  he took up  land
from the old well  known  Canada
Co.   In those days the land was a
wilderness   of   dense   forest,   no
roads were cut,  but blazed  trees
served   as  guides  to the  nearest
villages.    This was the time when
the early setders earned the praise
meted out to them later by book
and song, "It was the forest primeval," and  it   was   many   months
hard labour before the  land  was
all cleared, and  stumps  removed,
in order to  cultivate  and  realize
returns.    Money was an unknown
quantityt and if by any chance one
was favored  with  a chance'of a
day 8 work, it was usually paid by
carrying home a portion of a pig
or sheep. "There was no money
in the country, and-al!-manner-qf
produce was exchanged at extremely low values,  pork 3&c,  mutton
4c, beef 3c, and wheat 50c bushel.
Although poverty and hard work
was the lot of all,  friendship  and
sociability reigned supreme among
these fore-runners of modern  civilization.    Logging bees gave  opportunities for many  mirthful in*
cidents, and the good times enjoyed at the,old log house and barn
raisings, are still fresh in the memory of our old friend.   After the
Grand Trunk Railway found its
way into this section of the country
a market was found for a limited
quantity of 4 foot wood, beech,
maple and hickory, which was delivered alongside its line for $1.75
a cord.   In more recent years, as
the forests of this locality became
almost a thing of the past, climatic
conditions changed.    The protection against the cold  winters was
gone,   and     storms,' changeable
weather and declining years made
Mr. Rowcliffe  look   towards the
setting sun  for a better climate.
Knowing something of the Okanagan Valley and Kelowna, he came
out here about the time that Lord
Aberdeen   had   sub-divided    his
estate, and   purchased   some   60
acres of that property,  setting out
18 acres in fruit.    This old gentleman is always ready to say a deserving good word about Kelowna
and district, and seems confident
that there will be greater development in~the next few years, than
we have seen in the past.
One  of the   Ingenious  Tricks  of th*
Picture Dealer.
The tricks of the picture dealer?
They are not to be counted. Here Is
one that was played quite recently. A
dealer ordered from an artist a tavern
scene in"the old Dutch style signed in
the corner with a facsimile of Jan
Steen's signature. When the smoky
look of age had been given it tbe dealer eyed It with approval.
"Splendid!" he said to tbe needy artist. "It's a pity yon shouldn't have
the credit of it. Pray sign it with your
own name. It may make your reputation."
The poor artist,' delighted, painted
over the signature of Jan Steen and set
his own name there. Three weeks
later the picture started for New York,
consigned to a Fifth-avenue merchant
of paintings. But by the same boat
went an anonymous letter to the custom house officials warning them that
an attempt was being made to smuggle in a chef cfoeuTre of the Dutch
school worth $40,000. The picture was
seized. Experts were called In. They
scraped off the signature of the artist
and found underneath that of Jan
Steen. The Importer had to pay a fine
of 50 per cent—that Is, $20,000—and In
addition $8,000 duty. Three days later,
however, he sold his Jan Steen (guaranteed by the United States govern
ment) for the round sum of $50,000
Thus he made a fair profit, for the original cost of the picture was $14—70
francs paid to the poor devil of> an
artist.
The Sneeze Inopportune.
"Of all the embarrassing predicaments, the one that I was In was the
worst ever." said a prosperous downtown business man, addressing bis
partner In their office on the fifteenth
floor of one of the Broadway skyscrapers.
-"I got in the elevator a few moments
ago," he continued, "and the draft as
we shot roofward caused me to sneeze
I felt it coming, and as I opened my
mouth for a hearty 'achti* out popped
my $150 set of false teeth. Say, when
that car full of silly stenographers be
gan to snicker I could have gone
through a keyhole without tonching
Bides,   top   or   bottom I"
Forces a Discharge.
"The Japanese servant has many cu-
dous traits.", said the man who keeps
one, "besides bis constant habit of eat-
os raw fish, but he Is inordinately po-
tote, as a rule. For Instance, he never
will give you notice thnt he wishes to
leave you. Instead his work will grow
steadily worse and worse till you can't
stand it any longer, nnfc so you (Ire
him. it's always done purposely to
avoid the necessity of telling you outright that lie is tired of you and wants
tOflUlt." '	
8ocial Analogy.
Mrs. Subbubs--That Mrs. Newcome
Jnst moved Into the Dudley's old house
on Saturday.- so I called today. Mr.
Subbubs-Well, well, how like poker this
social game is! Mrs. Subbubs—How
do you mean? Mr. Subbubs-Why, in
poker you also "call" when you want
to see what the other person's got
The Missing Feature.
"That meadow scene looks far from
natural," declared the stage manager
"What can ail It?"
"Begosh, I believe it's the absence of
advertising signs!"
8neaky.
Magistrate—Sneaky bort of man?
What do you nieau, sir? Witness-
Well, sorr, he's the sort of man that'll
never look ye straight in the face until
your back's turned."
There's no phosphorescence In flow-
«m to speak of, but they rany lighten
up many a darkened spot in llfe.-
Dnlou.   .      	
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AN IDEAL FRUIT RANCH
HAVE YOU EVER CONSIDERED THE ADVISABILITY OF OWNING ONE?
YV7ITH  Kelowna winning the highest awards at the different Fruit    >
Exhibitions, this district will receive considerable attention from
homeseekers and investors in the Prairie Provinces, United States and
Great Britain      .       . ' '  .   »,
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Come and get our list of 10 and 20 acre Fruit Lots, ready for planting
next spring, in the centre of a beautiful valley. ...
CHAP RESIDENTIAL LOTS
In our Woodlawn Sub-division, between Richter
and Ethel Streets. Prices, $250 and upwards,
on easy terms.   .       .       .       .    '   .
WRITE   FOR   OUR   ILLUSTRATED   BOOKLET
Central Okanagan Land& Orchard Co.
KELOWNA, B.C.
Time For
Winter Spraying
• Do it Better
Do it Easier
More Economically
GET A
Fairbanks-Morse
Power Sprayer
For practical demonstration see
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~ agent for
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Importer and Dealer in all kinds o?
Agricultural Implements, Wagons, and
Carriages
■** i
♦ Headquarters for <
%    Horse Blankets & Robes
Also Poultry Supplies including Beef
Scraps, Dried Green Bone, Sea Shell
, -c
Sole Agents for Kelowna and District > ^
Warehouse on Barnard Abenue, Kelotona, B. C.
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The Kelotona Land
and Orchard Co.,
LIMITED,
Haoe for sale the following oarieties:
ijbhathan,    Northern Spy,
Wagner,     Mcintosh Red,
.".Wealthu,     YellotD Neroton,
Spitzenberg, Duchess,
LieDland-Raspberry,
Yearling Trees,
Clean, Well-groton Stocks
Buy at /Home arid Saue Money.
Order at once as the stock is going fast
K.U0. Office, Lfeon St., or
Manager's Office, at Orchard.
J. A. Bigger
BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
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Plans "and Estimates Furnished
Residence,    10  Lawrence Ave.
PHONE 95
BelleDue Hotel
SOUTH OKANAGAN
Rates, two' dollars per day.
Beautiful situation on the lake
front, close to the new wharf.
Fishing, shooting and boatirig.
Boats for hire.
Gilbert Hassell, Prop.
Kelowna Sliaving
.or
./FOR A FIRST-CLASS COMFORTABLE SHAVE OR
HAIR-CUT.        ::  "*    :: ::
. BOUCH, Proprietor
jjD. W. Crowley & Co.
Kelowna and Penticton
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
Goods delivered to any part of
the City
We give our prompt attention
to mail orders
'Phone  12
TO
Stock & Poultry Raisers
The following is of interest to those who have Stock or Poultry.
International
Heaves Cure
Positive cure for Heaves," Asthma,
Broken Wind, Coughs, etc.
5fjc per package
International
Poultry Food
No more sick poultry, but plenty of
Eggs, Eggs, Eggs at 60c per doz.
25c, 50c, and $1.00 pkg.
"International-
Colic Cure
Only two results in colic—quick
relief or death.
Guaranteed
international
Stock Food
Three feeds for one cent.    Prevents
disease, causes rapid growth in
young, and increases the richness
and quantity of milk.
50c and $1.00 pkg.
International
Worm Powder
A superior concentrated vermifuge.
Removes the primary cause and
expels the worm.
50c pkg.
International
Healing Oil
CURES.Burns, Bruises, Scalds,
Sprains, Sores, Inflamatton, etc.
25c pkg.
International
Louse Killer
If your hens are troubled with lice
they will not lay.
25c pkg.
International
Harness Soap
For cleaning, oiling, blacking-,
'       and polishing.
International
Distemper
Cure
A guaranteed cure for
Coughs, Colds, and
Distemper.
International
Foot Remedy
Poor feet ruin an otherwise
sound horse.
A sure remedy.
International
Gall Cure
Cures while horses work
"or rest.
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Use any of the above articles at ourt risk and if it fails We will
a refund your money.,
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GROCERIES, 'FLOUR, and FEED
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Communications
Under this beading communications will
be receiced upon any subject of interest
Letters must be signed, bo brief, aooid
personalities The Editor does not hoc-
essnrilly ondo/se opinions gioon beloiu.
Kelowna, Jan. 11, '09
To Editor Orchard City Record.
Dear Sir:
In the last copy of the Record appears a
letter from "Doubtful" which is supposed
to be a reply to my letter of Dec. 26th,
but 1 would fain hope the "majority"
whom.he represents are not flattered by
the doughty champion who has entered the
lists on their behalf.
The leading thought in his opening'paragraph is a joke about my entraile which
is based no doubt on the old time idea
that there lay the seat of the emotions, Cf.
Col. 3, 12, and I John, 3, 17. Or maybe
he is thinking of Emerson's remark that a
friend of his who was a well known
physician stated that he could tell a man's
theological convictions by a post mortem
examination of his,liver. One could appreciate these jokes much better however,
if the question before us was not of such
deep and vital importance. But 1 can
assure "Doubtful" that the spirit of my
letter is my natural condition for there is
nothing which causes so foul a stink to
rise in my nostrils or fills me with a greater loathing, than the acting of lies whether
in religious, social or commercial circles.
In his next paragraph he passes from
jest to sarcasm but although he comments
upon my figures of the total membership
and the number at the prayer meetings he
cannot gainsay them as they are definite
and accurate enough to show that only
about one tenth are present at the meetings, and it is not a wild fancy to imagine
that one can hear the faint echo of that
tender plaint "Where are the nine."
"Doubtful" expresses a hope that I do
not associate myself with the heretic who
asks the question "Do the church members"
believe in prayer!'? but why not? I am
not afraid of the name. The same spirit
which prompts me to call a man a hypocrite if he is one,.prompts me to call myself a heretic, because this is the stigma
the church attaches to people like me, and
maybe it never occured to "Doubtful"
that Jesus was a heretic and so was Luther
and Cranmer and Wesley, and so is Rev.
R. J. Campbell and -so, is everyone who
dares to think contrary to the established
teaching of the church of his day.
The main point of my letter of Dec.
26th is untouched" by "Doubtful" except
in as far as he frankly admits that he and
the majority are contented to sit still and
watch the enthusiasts doing the work. In
that parable of the sheep and the goats,
which I believe is the only occasion on
record where > Jesus intimates directly
who shall be saved and who shall not be
saved, we find that the doom of judgement is passed upon those on his left
hand, not because they had been guilty of
some positive sin but because they were
content to sit still while others did the
work. I commend that parable in the
closing Verses of Matt. 25 to "Doubtful"
and trust that in the quiet seclusion of his
home while the enthusiasts are doing
the work he may learn something of the
sin of doing nothing.
Yours truly,
"HAGGAI".
SUMMERLAND NOTES.
The "Summerland Review" local option
plebiscite, has resulted in a very light poll,
resulting in 42 for local option, and none
against. The local optionisls do not seem
very enthusiastic, or maybe there are not
more than 42 in Summerland and  district.
Summerland has broken another record
in temperature, the thermometer at the
jGovernment Station in Prairie Valley
dropping as low as 16 below. -In 1906 it
Went aown to_2 dciow lor One night -only,
while in 1907 the lowest reading was
12 below.
STARVATION AT SCENE OF EARTHQUAKE.
The aftermath of the recent disaster almost equals the earthquake itself in its
distress. Thousands of victims have died
and are dying on the Calabria Coast
through lack of food and relief. Supplies
in large quantities have been sent to Messina and a few of the large towns, whilst
the villages, which suffered just as muchj
in proportion, are without succour. The
towns of Messina and Reggis are both
being evacuated, and' will be patrolled
by militia seeking persons who may still
be alive.
NEW RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
>
A meeting was held on Saturday,
night by some Kelowna citizens,
for the purpose of inaugurating a
new rifle association and to elect
officers for same.
The Kelowna branch of" the
Canadian Rifle Association..was
not a success last year, as members
did not all take the amount of interest that they should. This new
association will, however,, be strictly governed along military lines.
Every member will have -to be
sworn in before a magistrate that
he will serve properly, records will
be kept, and it is the intention ; of
the association to keep • the membership down to about forty. A
requisition ,has been forwarded, to
the government for new rifles ..of
the latest pattern, and each member will be provided with ,100
rounds of amunition free, and a
further supply may be had at' a
nominal cost. The same.jrangei.as
was used last year, on Mr.-Harvey's
propeity near . Manhattan Beach,
will be utilized again, though.in
view of the fact that new buildings
have gone up, and a road made
near this place the firing will be in
a different direction. It was decided to make the subscription
$3.00. The official shoot is to take
place every Thursday as last year,
though members will. be allowed
to shoot at any other time, but will
have to provide their own amunition.
Only those who will make live
active members are asked to join,
as it was considered better to keep
the membership down to a few of
this type, than to have a large
number and little interest.
The officers elected are :
President—J. W. Stirling.
Vice-Presidents—S. T. Elliott, J. E.
Wheeler, J. Bowes.
Captain—A. O. Burnett.
Vice-Captain—T. Hidson.
Committee—J.   N.   Cameron,     P.
Johnson,  G. Rose,  D. Rankin
and T. Hidson.
Hon. Secretary—N. Ellison.  *       ;
BIG FIRE AT WETASKIWIN.
The office of.P. Burns & Co, was destroyed last week, with the whole block of
which it forms a part, also the Compton
and Montgomey block and several stores,
and Mrs. Barnhill's livery stable.
tt*4a
Old Country News.
They Won't be Happy Till They.fioY it.
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At a breakfast given in "ihe'Inhs'of Court
hotel, to celebrate the release " from "durance vile" of Chrissie Pankhurat and her
mother, Chrissie said that the women were
engaged in civil war," that they would continue their campaign, and \ cover .'England
so that there'would not'be a spot where a
Cabinet Minister rcould shoy£ hitf face. -
After breakfast Mrs. and Miss Pankhurst
travelled in a, four-wheeled Estate ^dog-cart
drawn by four white horses, up Kingsway,
amidst waving' tricolour' flags of '■purple,
white and green. . They were accompanied
by a brass band, and a large banner, With
the words "on to victory," overhung all.;
*"-'''       - ' Rats l*V! -    :'
„ There was a grand display of petticoats
and other things at Albert Hall recently,
where the, 'Suffragettes, were 'holding ; a
meeting, caused by a local rat-catcher; liberating half a dozen good sized' rodents.
Ladies , of the fair, fat. and forty type
mounted chairs with the' agility-of" kittens,
giving vent to their.- consternation .-by
shrieks and screams. "      \
ITALY GRATEFUL. ^
'<. The King'of Italy has senY a telegram to
King'Edward expressing his warm thanks
for the noble work'and charity 'or the' officers and sailors of the British warships! to- .
wards the earthquake'sufferers.
LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN WEST AFRICA
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A long and   appealing  letter has  been
sent to the ''Times", 25th Dec', iby' a~>Jas.
Johnson, Native West African Bishop,
praying for "deliverance from the, liquor
traffic, which-is/a greater curse'than the
slave trade, pitiless, cruel and brutal as
that was "The last two or.threfe years," he
says, "have witnessed a chorus of universal
lamentation along the west coast—over
the physical degeneracy and permature
decay of the people, an exceedingly high
death rateji-'-and threatening; to'-the negro
a gradual race extinction."    <
The   drink   traffic   it   is   claimed,     is,
amongst   contributory   causes,    held   responsible for this. .. ,
'           * -       . .       «• _
TO SUPPRESS THE OPIUM_.TRAFFJC
The King has appointed Commissioners
to attend the international conference,
which is to meet at Shanghai, in February i
to investigate the opium trade' and habit in
the Far East, and 'to offer suggestions
which the Powers concerned may adopt
for the gradual suppression of the culriva-
tion,"traffice and use, with a view to assisting China, in her purpose of eradicating
the opium trade in the Chinese Empire. ,
s
ANKHEAD
A purchaser of one d£ these Iocs at $1500'reported
his returns this summer ras" follotos:
APPLES'(Mcintosh Red), $275 00
VEGETABLES..../.     $40 00
■' -.Total, $315 00   , -    >
• We can famish particulars to anu enquirer
at our- office. \ •
There are eleven for sale at the same price
$1500, and as the terms are only one-third cash
you can make a good i proportion of the-second
payment from next summer's crop.
Where can you equal this for an inoesttnent?
HFWFTQfW & MA1SJTIF
SOLE AGENTS.
Polmatier Sisters.
This companyrbilled to appear in Kelowna on Thursday, failed to make connections at Vernon, and did not arrive until Friday. Raymer's cold storage hall,
heated by two dinky little tin stoves, one
at each end of the building, was only half
filled by a shivering audience, who were-
however, in spite of the cold, enraptured by the brilliant rendering of
the different "pieces on the programme.
To lovers of good music, the evening was
one of delight, and the oisters were repeatedly encored, to which they responded. A, large number of people were deterred from attending this concert, on, account of the chilly state of the hall. It is
most unfortunate that better heating' ar
rangements are not. made in a public
building, and that such talented musicians
as the" Polmatier Sisters should" take v'away
such « poor impression, of the town.
The Kelowna Manufacturing Co.
If you want
Strong Children's-Sleighs    '
Window Sashes Hot-bed Sashes
Greenhouses        Jardinieres
Picture Frames   •
Office arid/Store Fittings s
in short, ANY OLD THING, come and see US.
Corner of Lawrence and Pendozi Streets.
Wood and Coal. Wm. HAUG
DEALER IN
Masons' Supplies
AND MANUFACTURER OF
Dunn Hollow Cement Blockr
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. Box 166
;kelowna,
'    'Phone 66
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The Orchard Cifcu Record
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Elec^f"Wm>g'■<!■ Specialty
We are the pioneers of Kelowna in this work.    Safety and satisfaction guaranteed.
f" •'' ' -       ALL work thoroughly tested.   Estimates given on application.
,v iif We also have achoice lot of dainty FITTINGS    .
and will shortly have a large consignment'of the latest styles and most elegant, designs
-j'—in stock. • THEY ARE ON THE WAY, and you will do well tosee them
,~    ',;-     •'       /*    "   "'Lbefore purchasing elsewhere. '>''■.'■  [> .
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, Oar Work is Right-
-our Prices are Mo 2 rate
Place your work with us and we will treat you fair
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NOTE THE ADDRESS.' .    ,
CAMPBELL BROS.
WATER; STREET Opposite Courier Office
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.HEADQUARTERS  FOR THE-FOLLOWING GOODS:
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!      The New Edison Phonographs
'. Playing the 2 and-4 minute Records.   Also a full line of Attachments
'for same.   Anyone'wishing lo have the 4'minute attachment put on to
an old machine can bave this done Free of Charge.
''    'V     "     J   "t,
Also Agents for the Columbia and all other Disc
\ ' Machines* ^ /
r' ' FOLLUNE OF RECORDS^KEPT IN STOCK v
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Subscriptions taken for all Magazines :
Copies of the Latest Novels can be obtained here
• The New 1909 Diaries can now be had in all sizes
. Stationery and Office Supplies
SMOKERS' SUPPLIES, CIGARS
etc , r
Choice Chocolates constantly kept on hand
;.
Agents for EASTMAN "KODAKS AND FILMS
A*;) t
Are Tqii,Looking for a, Building Site?
i\ If so why not get the best?
>* . ■* ,       / ■ ■, »
I have a number of half acre lots all set out to fruit
tree, Apples, Pears, ^lumf, Cherries,and Peaches*
some in bearing.    <      ."        ^„ ,.«?„...,
** T»r*^ft ^j^^-/*?'    1 y-
Two ten acre lots planted out to choice fruit that,
will bear next year. \f
One line, new brick house Corner Ethel and
LAurief^Avmbe,/i v./**    • "\ \ ^ i  \        ;■
One nWtnew brick Cottage," corner Ethel and
i  Sutherland Avenue.' /
Also a few choiee) lake,1 shore lots and a quarter
„   • '    Section of heavy timber close to the City. f'.
Will sell any of the above on good terms.
I carry the large»t itock of'OrMmeaui Treci and Shrub* in the Valley.
Call and^see-lthenr1
F. R. E: DeHART     !
Lapitz
Fruit Trees, Ornamental Roses, etc.
All ' "stock ! strictly
first-cla83 and'home
grown:r
Catalogue Free
'"   Applu
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A. E. Boyer
KELOWNA
20th Centurv
!   Barber Shop
Bernard Ave,
!<• t',
Hair-cutting,Shaving orShampoo
ing. Facial Massage a Specialty
Everything disinfected.      ,
CROOK & MACDONALD
Proprietors
Come to
McLELLAN'S
for a'
Good Clean Meal
Fresh Candies, Fruit and
-Tobacco
ICE CREAM IN SEASON
HOWE'S OLD STAND
'Call and see us"s'-f}
«*««>a«*tfii?i^^i^«^-jYt««v*ip>r^ <t»%«>w> »*»f*.iV4mt»i*.v\^j,j.u *iixaftJi; J-   "T^fi.w; jii.. i
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Town and Country
Mr. Greybell is building on
Ellis Street. \     '  *,    '
Messrs. Gartfell and Sons, are
building a residence on St. Paul
I Street.
Lawson's Ltd., are preparing to
move across to the new Keller
block.
In the marriage 'notices Jast
.week, the name Edith Dickson,
'should be Edith Stevenson.
Mayor Sutherland left for the B.
C. municipalities convention at
Vemon, on Thursday.5
Posters are out announcing a
monster sale at Lequime Bros.
We are in receipt of a very complete and up-to-date nursery cata.
logue, from Mr. David Gellatly, of
Gellady, B.C.
A Socialist meeting will be held
in Raymer's Small Hall on Saturday, 16th Jan., for the purpose of
organizing.     Everybody welcome.
A mile and a half of ice was reported on Tuesday to have formed
at Penticton.' The S. S. Okanagan
had to break through as far as
she could, and then the mail and
passengers landed on the ice.
A considerable-'amount-of ice
has formed on the-Westbank side.
The Kelowna-Westbank Ferry had
to break through about 300 yards
on Monday night.
A very heavy fog has been
hanging over the lake the last few
days, making it difficult to navigate.
The Summerland ferry was stopped for a few days for this reason.
The Vancouver 'Saturday Sunset', printed - some -fine 'photographs of Kelowna'8 prize .fruit,
taken at Spokane, in its issue of
the 9th inst.
The Chinese New Year starts
next Thursday, 21st Jan., when the
residents of Chinatown will start
forming new resolutions, etc.
Now is a good time for shopping.
Three of our largest stores are holding special reduction sales.
We have delayed  the  issue  of
this paper one day this week, in
order to be  able  to  publish the
election results, which come off on \
our regular publishing day.
Mr. F. R. E. DeHart has received
some communications from parties
living in Regina, Sask., in answer
to His' advertisement appearing in
the Orchard City Record. Who
says that advertising does not bring
results ?
There seems to be keen interest
shown in the forthcoming Masquerade Ball. Mr. Wilks is supplying a number of costumes, and
some people are making their own,
so next Thursday evening should
be a great success.
What character is that, occasionally seen emerging from the Sanctum Wilkorum, dressed to represent the effects of a lobster supper?
Don't you know? "Well- there
you are." ,
James Bros, are exhibiting a very
choice assortment of electric light
shades, which the increasing
amount of light installations in the
city demanded.- This firm is also 1,,
starting the 'manufacture of silk
shades.
' An interesting meeting will take
place at-Revelstoke -in- February,
when the various fruit growers of
British Columbia will meet with
representatives of the C.P.R. and
express companies, to discuss important' matters of freight and express rates, as regards the fruitgrowing industry.
Engineer Russel, of the City
Power House, has got over the
difficulty of having the water pipes
freezing, by having three sand
points sunk to a depth of 45 feet,
connected with the injector of the
boiler.
Mesdames DeHart and Philp
gave a most delightful skating party
on Wednesday night to a number
of young people. The ice at the
rink was in first-class condition,' and
the fun was entered into with zest.
The evening .wound up with a
sleigh ride to Mrs. Philp's house,
where supper, was^ served, the
guests lingering until a late hour!
*    ^CITY OF KELOWNA
Electric Light Notice
THE GREAT WEST  ,
WIRE FENCE CO., LTD:
Applications for connection with the Electric Lighting'-and Power Service "Mains
and for the inspection of the interior wiring will be received at the City Offices on
and after Nov. 20th.
2-tf '     ■
-  G.H.DUNN,
City Clerk-
Built
Now
Advertise in The Record
It Pays
ft Will Pay You
To have T. H. VELTA Ho your
Painting or Kalsomining
Paperhanging a Specialty
r
Prices   reasonable   and   satisfaction gnaranteed
Address, Lake View Hotel '"
& FEMES
Vou will have no time to 'think?!
of it in the Spring
^ Estimated given on farm and lawn* J
fencing—erected complete with posts ;
included.   _, \
A. E. CLARKE - KELOWNA, B.C.
A WANT AD. ia the
Record will bring speedy-
results.
FOR SALE
3 One-acre Lots Good Fruit
Lands, within city limits
' Eor terms, etc., apply P.O.
Box 175. Kelowna.
GOOD FOR FRUIT LAND OR^
RESIDENTIAL      ,,
'j'jmw
A. McGEE
UPHOLSTERER and
Mattress Maker.
All binds of Furniture
Repaired.
" EXPERT CARPET LAYER.
Address, Lakeoieto Hotel.'
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OREGON GROWN -
FRUIT TREES
Send me your tree bill for my estimate.
R.'T. HESELMOOD
KELOJtfNH, B.C. P.O. BOX 364
I furnish the Peru finest grade of -GENUINE
NURSERY STOCK at as LOW PRICES as other
responsible firms furnish inferior  grades.
Yearling Apples on 3 Year-Old,Roots
McINTOSH RED,  J0HNATHAN,   WEALTHY,
SPITZENBERGH, YELLOW NEWTOWN
PIPPIN, Etc.     ::     -'
All First-class Trees, 3ft. to aft., Grade.
Price, $22.50 per 100, 500, 19c. each.
R. T.' HESELW00D, Agent for  *
&toanj> ilttrserieg, 3ne, &foanp, ©it
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PRINTING
Is not only an art, it is also
a business, which to ex-
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reasonable price, requires
a complete modern plant,
handled by experts.
All this is at your ser-
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vice, and we can promise
you a pleasant surprise
when you place your next
order with us.
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On Call at all Hours
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The Okanagan Electrical Supply and Mftdhinery
Electric Light and Power Engineers
PENDOZI STREET -
,y
12 Years Experience in Electric Light, Power & Mechanical Engineering
You are cordially invited to inspect our stock of     >
Electric    Light   Fittings,   Shades,   Lamps   and
all necessary Supplies  for lighting your house   <
Our prices are right and
we will guarantee satisfaction and good workmanship
SPECIAL  NOTICE
We will duplicate the prices
of any responsible firm; and if
possible, do better. Give us a
trial and be convinced.
Remember, 'The Cheap-
est' is not the best, and
we do not wish for that
reputation        .' i
Our Slogan :    Quality, Durability, Square Dealing,,,
Fair  Prices and prompt attention .to  all orders.'
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Full line of Launch Supplies and Accesories, Batteries,  Spark Coils,  Spark Plugs, Oil,
•   Grease* etc., etc., j ., m    >-'
Bicycles, Parts and Repairs, Bells, Lamps, Repair Kits.    If you have an
we will buy it or allow a fair price on cost of new one.
old  machine,
Agents for The Packard Incandescent Lamps.-
„     ' The FERRO MARINE ENGINES, and
The Caille Perfection Marine Engines
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
Fleur de Lis dry Batteries
The most durable Ignition Battery on the
market.     Once used always used.
IVI
any,
I?«moii*G   a   Qruwialfv   ^ur repair  Department  is qualified to handle
JVepairS  a  upCClally    class 0f work and is equipped for repairs of alL descriptions.    Marine  Motors,  Gasoline "Engines,  Steam Engines and Boilers, Motors,
Dynamos, Meters, Bicycles, Guns, Rifles, etc., etc.    AH work done by experienced men.
BE&a
W"
On January the
We commence moving our Immense Stock
to our new quarters in the
KELLER BLOCK
This may interfere with business a little for
a few days, but we hope our customers will
bear with us in the meanwhile, until we get
settled again, when we shall be in a better
position than ever to supply your wants.
Closes on Saturday
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THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.
Business will go on as usual while moving.
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FOOLEd BOTH WAYS.
i& of a ■■•^isit^Tlif a|Lu^;
SThe Experiwnci
v' • ;;,f:tP«tio, Asylum, ^^fi ^.'^w,;
i   "1'vixs i^nxi'ifl' says^ write| la thel
^Liverpool- ftWeiiry^'^ith -an urifele*wbo\
\wta on  very   friendly  terms  with  a;
•doctor who kept ii private asylum and
whb'ou:Hsionall.v;?save'a"diince for the'
,\pf-
patieulft whiI'e^fllsjj?in-v^lng mmqxp
:his fflendi     $A^ *i; - ^';  ■"**'-"/' %
'■"During ui.v visit we received an in-
vitatIonr'n«d"6n-the~appolnted-reyening
we arrived to find the room crowded
with people all In evening dress.
"My first partner was n man whom J
thought looked decidedly queer, such n
restless, hunted expression in his eyes,
and ocoNoiMlljf^during? the dance
he Rtopiiel .iiiJl' glanced' searcMngly":
around Pe.ir me, how glad I was
when the d.inee «aa over. and. making(
some e.\cuse, I hurried away, only to
run up ngilust m.v hostess and to be
introduce I to my seeoud partner.
"Ah, me.-what n handsome man, and,.
girl-like. 1 Jell liend over cars in love. 1
put out my most bewitching ways and
hoped I looked mv best and took care
that 1 helped him find a cozy corner for
tho sit-out " '.\[ A V->Vr
"It ".is delightful, ami 1 was just In
meiiting iliat It u.is about time.for the
nexl <J.v.iei> wlicm.' horrors: •'clutching
hold or my hand and frantically waving his other hard, he started 'roaring
out te\K when suddenly, to m.v rellet
and astoni' hmeni." who should come up
followed by two men, but my Orst'parr*.
ner, v\ horn I found to be a doctor, while
my handsome partner ;was ,a religious
maniac!"
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AUSTRALIAN  RAIN.
2 'Centi';;MeFvWorB;ifour;'Jni|B7tilnii for '£
When It Docs Fall ,lt Pours Down In a
rpVrf est'-Flood?"'^  '"'"      '
How different things are In the old
world trom what they are in the faraway tropics!
"They had no rain here for a fortnight? and "they'called "tt'a drought!"
wrote an Australian from Scotland in
a scornfully superior tone calculated
to induce the belief that it never rains
in Australia' and that "droughts last a
hundred years. Not bo. Australia is
the land of contrasts. A drought has,
lasted for seven years. But what is
there even in Scotland to compare with
the „ persistency of Australian rain
when II'does see fit to"fall?      ~"   ~
For eleven weeks without stopping
did the rain continue to moisten the
dry places of Sydney some, years ago
washing out most cruelly the brief,
bright season of winter, when the Australian looks for living instead,of existence and peace instead of .pressure.
And what rain! It shot from the clouds
like arrows, and-the whole world was
a battlefield iduring that .July."-As the"
arrows darted Into the earth the earth
rose and dashed into the air, and rain
and mud met and grappled, with each
other day after day, night after night
week after'week. And-the battle-was
neither to the rain nor to the mud. A'
strange and- horrid-situation arrived
Sydney ranA clean out of'galoches.   - i
For two weeks not* a, galoche was s to
be bad In the rain drenched-city tor
love or money. -Then a, fresh shipload
.arrived* from somewhere or other. And
then—the" rain stopped!—London Mail >
FOR', SALE, or trade for Kelowna acreage
'     seat Mount
,r,?a modern seven.rb6m.,house:at Mount.
WANTED—One -good\:newlyrcalved.;"or'
-r^i1about:to:jcalve: Jersejccowraiger frojm::3;
'  to 5 years.    Must be. gentle and give a
good flow of milk.   No other wanted.
Apply to Geo.   Whelan,   West Holm
Farm, Vernon Road, Kelowrja.
aurVt?
FOR .SALE.—Thoroughbred- Jersey  bull
_.   , calf, ^three> months *pld5\ Apply  Dan
^"' McLean, 3, miles East, on Vernonsroad
HOUSE TO RENT in Park Dale, furn-
1   iahed or unfurnised, 'or for sale, containing 7 rooms a large basement.
P. O., Box 17.
ssaaaamtfiv
WANTED—-By"young-lady, '«tperienced.
shorthand and typewriting, situation in
Kelowna.     Apply " J." Record Office.
WANTED—Girl for.geneYal^hbUse work.
_ ,;' Apply,Mrtr.Cvtijef Kelowna. J      6tf.«>.
PRIVATE'SALE of "Furniture, cbnsisting
of  Beds,   Wardrobes, .Carpets,  Chairs,
i   Tables," Curtains, Stoves/1 etc., atrfthe 'late.
residence of R. H. Cole, Richter St., from
/2 to.4,in theiafternoons, ^of/F^idayj, andj
Saturday, Jan. 15 and 16.     Terms Cash.
LOST—on Jan. 4, 1909, between Kelowna
rjand South Okanagan,". a; bGndle 'contain}
ing ladies' shirt waists, skirts, etc.    Finder
- please return to Lequime's. store,,   $7.
"'Reward.1 VJ '    '   ■ -4" ■ ^ ' &
TO SOUTH AFRICAN VETERANS. We"
.are. open to buy;South African scrip, and
$425 per scrip. Send papers to Union
Bank, Calgary, with draft attached, pay-
-able.im.dernand. Write J. K. Lee'fic Ccit
109 oth Ave., Calgary, Alberta."   ",
Brutal Saskatchewan Farmer.
One Trouble After Another.
"I have just found out about the
woman opposite me after two years of
mystery and anxiety," said the flat
dweller. "She Is a pretty, fat, roily
poly woman with a white-complexion
who .sits at her window -half of her
time doing nothing. She has a boy of
about ten. Her life seemed so simple
and still I didn't see how she lived
Evidently she didn't, support a bus
band, but who supported her? The
thing worried me, but last night 1
found how it was. Her husband is a
violin player who plays all night long at
some concert hall and sleeps theliveloug
day. I'd rather work for my living
than keep tbe house quiet for a husband who has to sleep all day, then
gets up Just at the time you want to
go out for" a little rollicking and plays
the violin  somewhere."
After brutally ill-treating his wife
for some time past, Charles Coles,
a farmer living five miles south of
Creelman^Sask., reached-the limit1
on Sunday night, and it is probable
that.he wiirhavcto suffer'for, his
crime on the gallows. After Cole
and his wife had retired for the
night a row.- started,-- whichv,ended
in Coles throwing his wife out of
doors with the temperature below
zero. . r,  ,',n.(-.
About midnight a neighbor .who"
.was passing „th'e, Coles home and
finding the door>locked,,demanded
admission, .which. was refused; by
Coles, who threatened to shoot unless the .intruder immediately, left"
Startihg'for home, the visitor heard
groans in the direction of a wagon
box, and .on  investigation, found
rs. Coles _with^nQ,,.mpre^.prote&
tion than a thin linen night dress.
L^diest\Mandes
Ladies'Golf Jacket^
Ladies' Skirts
Ladies'^.Blousjs
Ladies' Underskirt^
Children's Jerseys I
*^> I v Jand Sweater!
Menjs.Siuts >o}/ "
Men'§ lOvercoats
Men s OdcJ Vests
MehVSweaters
Boys'Suits1*   k«u-
25 Per cent' Off |
Bobll'^ria-Shoes
20 percent. Offj
Dress Goods and Silks ;,>
Sheetings and Pillow Cottons
■Towels and Towellings ;
Flannels and Flannelettes h
Table Linen and Napkins (
Underwear, Hosiery, jGloves
AirMen'sT'urriisKirigs l yf
Flannel Shirts, Sox, Braces,
Underwear. -Mitts, Glovei,
..-.Etc., Etc. '   v
The Kelotona
Sutfitttng' Store
an
W. B. M. Calder, Prop.
r-jPs
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WATCH OUR
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viwn
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Gathering Roses.
I've gathered roses and the like to
many glnd and golden Junes, but now,
as down the world I hike, my wenry
hands are filled with prunes. I've gathered rosps o'er and o'er, and some
were white and Bome were;red. but
when I tonk them to the' store the
grocer wanted i -.ch Instead. I gathpr-
ed roses long ugit, In other days, In
other scenes, mid people said. "You
ought to go and dig the weeds out of
your heuns." A million roses bloomed
and died: a million more will die today. That man N wise who lets them
slide 'and gntiiern up the bales of hay.
—Emporlu (l.izetto
Setting It Right.
, ;"Jto,.vour. paii'j'  this , morning,  sir,
!ybn called" n:e n"biihi tietor.' M-'want
an explanation."' ' >i I
"T shall be^huppy to explain, young
man.   That wor.l 'actor' was Inserte'd
by the proofrender, who thought I had
omitted It iicel-V'itally.    I sholl take
""caro "tliafr"'It doesn't** happen again,"
<y! /"'■      »   Pumj)«.   j ,i.
,fWomon.^ deckled she.- '
<
'hn
ave iblg-
ger Intellect") thiiu men" • j ^
r   "I „ won't dlhpi;':'(^ It,"  responded he.
! "A man can't, went footgear thatfbaa
to be kept on by mental power alone."
6 you want Help?
Do you want a Situation ?
Havp
' twish to; dispose, pi?
Is there anything yoii' want
..    , to buy?>        '
vnn
invrhincr
vrrn
J
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e can
tell it
:ell it to everyone
w
- m the-distriGt for-you at
the" {jfollowingA insignifi-
i.     :Ii, '{•) •>  :> u n i. ■
cant figure.''
1 -ii >(, S ■
r> 'if   n
Hairbreadth. ^
I f>ii]>|tf(- e yon,have had niaiiy
Stella
hairbreadtireMiVi'esi
Khlcker—Y4s; 0
,}womnn'a eolffiiH^wns all ^hat^ kept me
from 'seeing- n" - play "once.—Harper's
Bazar..,   « l).  i. t ?
Wie "Malty tin I" wisdom" Ilmlto not,'"
Coily. may easllv un;io.--BhakM9mnu
(  JiU'J        I'M '
TWO
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-*H.  -I
Eour^Ins^^^ prjee i
of three.
^ l^^i^.chjssiig^ I5.]cents.
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