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VOL. I.   NO. 28.
KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1909.
$1.50 Per Annum.
City Council Meetings
Special Meeting Held to Deal with Situation Caused by Fire
at the Power House
city
u~
I -
A meeting of the city council
was held on June the fourth, the
object being to discuss the position
of the city in regard to the recent
fire at the power house.
Aldermen Bailey, Ball and Rowcliffe were present, the Mayor
taking the chair.' The minutes of
the previous meeting having been
read- and adopted, Aid. Ball informed the council that during the
past few days " arrangements had
been made .with E. W. Dunn,
brother bf the city clerk to take a
temporary position during ihe press
of work.        - •
Mr. D. Lloyd-Jones attended and
asked the council if they would
accept the offer- of two or three
teams for a few months so as to
get on with any work they required to do. ' He was willing to
rent these for a nominal fee of $5
each, and hoped the council would
find a use for them. 7(11 he wanted
to know was that they would be
well cared for and well fed, he
consoled with the council at the
loss the city has sustained by the
burning of the power house, and
had made this offer in the hope of
relieving the expense, and 'urging
on the work of the new power
house. He also offered free use of
his' lathes and water pressure
should such be desired.
- The Mayor and Aldermen in
accepting, thanked Mr. Jones for
his kind offer.
' The Mayor, in explaining the
fire, remarked that misleading
statements had been rumored. The
true extent of the damage would
. not be known until the engineer
of the Fairbanks'Go. arrived. He
then read a telegram from Hinton
to the effect that they had notified
the Canadian Fairbanks Co., but as
there was no train that. day Mr.
Smith would leave as soon as possible on the morrow.
* Aid. Ball thought a strict investigation ought to be gone into and a
written report obtained from Mr.
Crowe as to the position of affairs
before and;after the conflagation
started. The matter was left in
the hands of-the Fire and Light
Committee. .<.
The calling of a general, meeting
was suggested as toon as estimates
and plans for the vnew power
house could be put before the
public and after the engineer and
fire surveyor had made their reports. It was also suggested that
Mr. Millie should supply the location with a phone, as .it would
come in useful in the rebuilding
should any message be required
to be conveyed to the foreman.
Mr. Ball thought there ought to
be a foreman on the park work
and also on the  A. _ T. removals.
The Mayor remarked that two
men would be required and that
the man should, take the time as
well. He would like to see a rate
of pay agreed upon at that meeting,
and suggested $2.50 a day.
Aid. Rowcliffe thought $2.00
would be plenty to pay for nine
hours a day. He had men working for $ 1.50 a day and they were
glad to get the job at that.
It was however fixed that not
more that 25c. per hour should be
offered, the rate to vary with the
ability of the applicants for work.
It was left with Aid. Bailey and
Aid. Rowcliffe to engage the
necessary men.
The Mayor pointed out that the
engine and hose were still on the
scene of the disaster and he
thought it best to have them removed. The engine should, be
repaired immediately and:arrangements made to instruct In its operations so that: should the proper
engineer be absent there would be
someone left who knew the ; mis.
chaniam and working properly. -fr
was agreed to do this and to await
any further development, until-the
officers of the companies concerned in the loss and repairs had seen
the damage and made their reports.
The following motions were
made and carried:
Ball-Bailey—That D. Lloyd-
Jones' offer of the temporary use
of two or three teams for $5 each
and their keep, provided they be
returned in good condition, be accepted with thanks.
Ball-Rowcliffe—That all arrangements, the keep, and handling of
the tea., s and the .work to which
they shall be put, be in charge of
the chairman of the Board of
Works.
Ball-Bailey—That E.«W. Dunn
be engaged for temporary office
assistance at a salary of $40 per
month.
Bailey-Rowcliffe—That the action of the Mayor and chairman of
the, finance committee in instructing the city clerk to issue a cheque
for $300 for the payment of men
required to protect the dam on
Mission Creek be approved.
The following telegrams were
read: ^
From Thos. Cunningham, Inspector,'Vancouver: "Hold potatoes pending arrival of our Inspector." "Forward Winslow,
Enderby samples infected, aiso
duplicate to me here."
From the Canadian Fairbanks
Co. "No train today owing to
washouts. Mr. Smith will leave
tomorrow for Kelowna."
The council then adjourned to
meet again at the call of the Mayor.
A meeting of the city council
was -held on Monday last,, tlie
Mayor and a full attendance of the
council being present.
The' minutes of the. previous
meeting having been read and
adopted the Mayor called upon
Mr. Dahlberg who was present.
That gentleman submitted plans,
and asked for leave to' place an
extension on to his building. He
explained to the council that if
they wished it to be so, the building
could be built of brick or cement,
and was given permission to proceed with same as long as the
building was made fire proof. "
Some question as to the estimates
but Mr. Ball remarked that owing
to press of- work he was unable to
report fully on them at that meeting but would go into them again.
The Mayor" informed the council
that every cent of insurance had
been agreed to be paid and that
Messrs. Russell, Smith and Robertson were to wait on the council
that night, to report on the fire at
the power house."
 It-Was.a Teed-tQ-Iet—this—matter-
drop until the officers gave their
decision that night.
The Mayor explained that luckily
the Fairbanks Co. had made a
duplicate of the machinery and
had it in stock at the present
moment. It would only, require a
wire to be sent to have the whole
at once shipped, and he would
urge the'council to come to a decision as quickly as possible so as
to supply the city with light at the
earliest possible moment.
Mr. Richardson representing the
four companies in which the house
and plant were insured'was present. He explained that, the damage done amounted to a total loss
and had decided,that the full insurance money should be paid. He
further explained that the companies would require 60 days in which
to pay the claim, and the only
matter which required attention
was a motion-authorising the Mayor and Treasurer to be appointed
to adjust the claim.and sign necessary papers. A. motion to this
effect was carried and the various
papers signed arid adjusted.
A vote of thanks was next pass-'
ed to Mr. Robertson for having
made such a speedy decision and
for estimating the claim to the advantage of the city.
Mr. Robertson in reply stated
that he'was pleased tor be able to
come to such a decision, and
hoped that the council would see
their way clear to favoi his agreement   with   ^another    insurance
\ order,   he   also   wished  the
, success with their new plant.
i     The   Mayor   explained   to   Mr.
. Robertson that the plant would be
i re-installed at once, as soon as sat-
! isfactory   arrangements  could   be
; made and he would ask Mr. Smith
of   the   Canadian   Fairbanks  Co.
who was present to report on   the
damage   done   to   the   plant   and
machinery.
Mr. Smith replied   that  he   had
met with Mr.   Robertson  and   although their opinions   diffeied  on
the question of damage he thought
that a fair   and   square  deal   had
been made as far as insurance was
concerned.     The damage he contended was considerable, and very
few parts were in a fit state to put
up again.    He explained  that   his
estimate   could   not   include   the
boilers; he did'not know the dam
age  done   to   these,  but   did   not
think them in a very good state of
repair.     He   explained   that   the
matter rested with   the   boiler   inspector.      The  rivets   and   plates
were loose, the boilers leaking, but
to estimate the exact   damage   the
brick work would have to be taken
down.    He would quote for a new
plant, including a   new   generator,
new exciter, an   improved   switchboard, to replace transformers, arc
lamps  and  arc  I#mp   regulaters,
also  agreed to  put   the pump into  condition,   every   renewable   part   would   be
renewed, and the whole plant   put in the
same'   condition   as   Lefore   the   fire   for
$7,500.    Mr. Smith reserved   the  right   to
use any of the old piping, provided it-was
in a good state of repair.   H_ also agreed
to take the three   men   employed   at   the
power house into his   employ  during - the
rebuilding.   He explained that a duplicate
generator could be shipped   at   once,   the
switch board   to   follow  about  ten' days
later,    pending   its   arrival   a   temporary
switch board could be   placed   inside   the
building.    He   guaranteed   to   keep   well
ahead of the building  with   the .electrical
work.   When   asked   as   to   the  time he
agreed that sixty   days  would   be  ample
time to have the building completed, and
in running order.
Mr. Russell said the foundations were
not badly damaged, but he had had pressure oa the steam pipes, and found every
joint leaking. The smoke stack was in a
good state bf repair and he considered
the estimate made by Mr. Smith a good
one. He suggested a^stwight deal with
the Fairbanks people, as th* machinery
was supplied by them, and any part pro-
vided.by another company would have to
come through the Fairbanks Co. He
pointed out that the lowest tender was the
one put forward by the Fairbanks Co.
and thought no harm could be done by
accepting their tender. He had no complaint of the plant as it was installed before, and always thought the work it was
doing good and reliable.
It was decided to agree on this matter
at another meeting.
The building of the new power house
was mentioned, but it was decided to call
for plans and make definite   arrangements
Legge -Willis Production
a Great Success
later on with reference to the  material  to
be used.
The following accounts were referred to
the finance committee to be paid if found
correct'
W. G. Russell, 6 photos $ 4 50
A. L. Coe, 2 days on water works.. 5 00
H. Lamond, 4  10 00
A. N. Slcae 2    "-       "          " 5 CO
G. Goldsmith 4       c "          " 14 00
H. Newby, 5    "    .   "          " 12 50
E. Newby, 2  8 00
Morgan, work on streets"!  15 00
J.. H. Smith, 11 days work on street 26 25
F. Russell, 9J days work on  street 23 75
Blackwood, 10 days grading at $16
'a day  160 00
O. Tress, carting posts  3 00
Kelowna Farmer's Exchange, feed
for horses .........,........,..'... 29 60
Sawmill -Co., sawdust  91 00
Sawmill Co., lumber..........  9 40
Sawmill Co., lumber  60%
Record Office...........:.-.  33 60
Kelowna Carriage" Works,   repairs
,   to grader........A....;.;.....-.  4 50
Kelowna Carriage  Works,   handle
for hose nozzle.......  2 50
D." Leckie, supplies for Fire Dept... 2 50
D. Leckie, general supplies........... 85 75
T.   Lavfaon,   supplies   for  power
house  I 85
C.  Blackwood,   moving  workmen
on   street.,..,,..............:,.,.,... 50
C. Blackwood, ice for'power house , 50
Crawford & Co., stationery........... 6 10
Canada Foundry Co., hydrants and
valves....  110 40
H. Newby, IJ days worE" on  Pendozi Street  3 75
(Continued on page 7)        <
The crown of success was handed down to the Legge Willis Co.,
when they produced "She Stoops
to Conquer" at the Opera House
last Thursday.
The play which dates back to
1 773 has run on and off for over
a century and a quarter and still
finds favor in the eyes of the public.
It can hardly be wondered that, in
the hands of such accomplished
professionals as Mr. and Mrs.
Legge Willis, the play proved a
success in every detail. To describe the play at length would be
waste of time, but the love story of
Young Marlow and Kate Hardcastle is . without equal, being
written in an absorbing style, a fact
that made Dr. Oliver Goldsmiths
works leap into favor. The cunning pranks of Tony add to the
gaiety of the scenes, and without
this character the whole piece
would be at a loss.
The dresses, which were made
by Messrs. Davies & Mathie were
works of art rarely met with in
provincial productions, every item
of costume was prepared according to the'period of the play, and
no expense saved in making the
production worthy ot the author.
The scenery was in every respect first-class and great credit is
due to Mr. R. C. Reed who put
his soul into his work, and turned
out scenes worthy of ,the best
companies who travel throughout
the province.
Constant rehearsing had coached
the actors and every actor "and
actress working together made the
play go with a good swing, very
few dull moments being experienced by the audience.
The star of the evening was ot
course Mrs. Legge Willis,, as Kate
Hardcastle, who acted gracefully
and with cultivated elocution kept
her audience in a state of emotion
during the evening. Her natural
way of acting, her .expression, her
voice, leaving nothing further to
be desired of her hearers. As
Constance Neville,. Miss Metcalf
scored a success, har pretty ways
and manners at once finding favor
with the audience. Mr.' Mantle, a
newcomer to theatrical circles, certainly holds -in his hands the
wherewithal! actors .are made.
His deep base voice could be
heard to advantage in every part
of the house. He took his part in
a free and easy manner, and did
much to add to the'euccess of the
performance. Tony Lumpkin as
played by Mr. R. C. Reed, depleted him as I'enfant' terrible, always
in mischief, and always trying to
leave mischief alone.    His song in
tha inn scene required some
music to accompany it, but after
that he made a splendid study of
his part acting to perfection and
keeping the audience in fits of
laughter whenever he came on the
stage. Messrs. G. A. Fisher, S.
Wrihgt and Miss M. Raymer did
well in their respective parts, and
one would like to see them with
more to do. Mr. Legge Willis
played the part of Young Marlow
to perfection. What semi-tragedy
parts he has to do are attended
with a strong voice and suitable
gesticulations that his return to
comedy after these outbursts give rise to
to an opinion that, although good in
comedy he would surely excel in tragedy.
Mr. A. L. Meugens also did well as Sir
Charles Marlow, a small part with very
little acting, while the Hardcastle of Mr.
W. B. Pease, the eccentric old country
squire, who was so annoyed at the way
his guests were treating him, not for one
moment supposing his house was being
taken for an inn, caused the house endless amusement, acting with a fine sense
of humor, mingled with common sense
arguments.''-. The piece was received by
the audience with applause, and during
the short waits between the acts, the Kelowna Concert Orchestra gave selections of
first-class   music   played   by   undeniable
musicians. 7 /        '•   '
The play was  again  well   received   on
Saturday night, a larger house than Thursday's being experienced. The hall -owing
to tlie burning bf the power house electric
light plant ihad to be litvivith lamps, but
the inconvenience of this was only felt by
those'on the other side of the footlights.
Another Win for the
Baseball Team
The Baseball boys are continuing
their winning streak, beating Peachland by 16 to 8. Altho winning
their game, they evidently did not
play to form, but they plainly
showed in the latter half of the
game that they were capable of
playing a fast game of ball.
Peachland appeared on the field
looking fine in their new uniforms
of green with* white trimmings, and
for the first three innings followed
in the steps of their famous predecessors of Chicago, by leading the
home boys at the end of the fourth
by 6 to 2. From then until the
ninth they were helpless, while the
Maroons took kindly to the offerings of pitcher Gummo, and held
a little batting bee of their own,
Eastman secured two home runs,
while Creelman helped the good
thing along with a three-bagger.
L. McMillain played a clean
fast game on 3rd base and with
the improvement he has shown in
batting form over last year is going
to prove a star. Coe at I st, usually
known among the players as the
"Old Reliable" surely had an off
day, a decided reverse from the
game he played at 'Summerland,
but he promises never to do it
again. A. McMillain behind the
bat was a pleasant surprise to  the
Discuss Rebuildini
of Power House
City Council Call Meeting of
Citizens
fans, as they were expecting a
weakness in that department, but
are now confident it is well looked
after. The outfield with Creelman,
Marintette and Treadgold is much
stronger than last year, Creelman
and Treadgold are there with the
stick and Marintette is gradually
finding his batting eye. Pettigrew
at short played his last game . and
his" heady work will be missed.
Jamieson, last year's star infielder,
is again reported ready for business, he will cover short which is
his regular position and with Frame
on second it will prove a winning
combination.
The boys are practicing hard
three times a week as they have a
hard schedule of 1 7 games ahead
of them and mean to come out of
the fray with the majority to their
credit.
The attendance at the game was
very good and a noteable fact is
that the fair sex predominated and
proved their loyalty to the Maroon
and White.
The crowd which accompanied
the'Peachland boys were enthusiastic and.their rooting was done
in true Peachland style.
Summerland is scheduled to play
in Kelowna on Thursday, June
10th, and a good crowd is expected to be present.
The score by. innings  stood  as
-Ql]rnj_c • _-	
Peach. —024000  1  0 1—8
Kelowna-0 2 0 0 5 3 2 4 0—16
Strikeouts, Eastman 19, Gummo
9, base on balls off Eastman 5, off
Gummo 3.
The standing of the team in relation to others is as follows:— -
Games
Won
Lost
Per.
Kelowna            3
3'
0
1000
Armstrong         1
1
0
1000
Summerland      3
-2
1
667
Peachland     -    2
1
1
500
Sum. College      3
1
2
333
Enderby              1
0
1
000
Scott's new< Roval Mail beat the
record last Tuesday.' The trip from
Vernon was made in and hour and
thirty-five minutes, the previous
record was one hour forty-five
minutes. '        *
A very quiet wedding took place
at the English church last Wednesday when Mr. Chas. Clark, ;the
station agent, was married to Miss
Agnes Rebecca Treadgold, the
Rev. John A. Cleland, of Penticton,
officiating. >Th_ happy pair left
the same morning for Vancouver
and Seattle.     ■ •'
A fresh arrrval to the Kelowna
motor boat fleet is the " Sayonara,"
owned by Mr. -G. H. Dunn. The
boat is 18 ft. long and 5 ft. beam,
fitted with a 3 horse power Gray
engine.   Mr. Jones was the builder.
*" A public meeting was held in the
Opera House on Wednesday to ,
discuss the damage caused by the
recent fire at the power house; and
the advisability of raising funds for
the erection of a new- building of ~
brick or ^.cement. The meeting,
voted Mr~ Raymer to tlie chair. * 7
Mr. Raymer at once called upon
the Mayor to exf_ain the loss the
city had sustained.
The  Mayor explained that the  ,
meeting was called in order .they'' -
might see by a show of hands how
the citizens would favor the build- '
ing of a power house for the  sum
of $4,000.    He explained that" the
building    would   be   longer   and'
broader, and fully equiped in case
of fire.    He' also wished the building to be of brick as that was the
best material to withstand fire. He ,
went fulh/ into the cost of building
the last, power house and-also into
the estimated cost of  building the- -
new one, he' also  explained  that
the insurance carried on the whole  '
plant had been paid in full.'     The''
only figures he could not go. into',
were the. boilers.   They were  put '.
up at a cost of  $4,900- and  were
insured, and it was estimated  that'
they would cost about $1,000  to
be put in good repair.
Mr. .Stirling  was   present   and   >.
said he.did  not understand  why "
the sawdust was behind- the „ boil- "" /
ers and.furnace,  he • considered it'  ",/*[
very  dangerous and ' would 'vote '-
for any change on those plans. He
thought the enlarging of die building a good plan provided it made
arrangements for the  sawdust,  by   .
which   the   furnace -is fed, to be
brought   either -directJ* from  the,
sawmill by a carrier to .the  power
house or else stored in bins away 7 „
from the furnace doors.
Aid. Elliott explained  that the ' j
question of a carrier between  the
sawmill and    power   house' hadi.
been gone into and it was  found )
that the  mill   had' not  'sufficient/
power to make  provision  for  the '
carrier.     He  also, explained  that"
council saw it was very  necessary >■
to keep the sawdust away from the
furnace    doors,   and   -provision -
should be  made  for this in- the
new plans.
Mr. Taylor .wished to know if
brick was more expensive than
concrete. "The-Mayor explained !
that brick had been - decided on
by the council, owing to the general opinion__that_-the bui!ding-H=-^
would    sweat   terribly   from   the\
furnace heat.    Mr." Taylor suggest-    J
ed that more insurance-should  be -
carried   in /'future,   as .■ the   total.
amount at-present was  not sufficient to provide for a total loss.*
Mr.  Raymer remarked  that   a  ,
by-law had just been passed for the
expending of $4,000 on the park. *
That money was  supplementary
money originally, raised   for the".   ,
purpose  of buying the park, and
finally voted for park improvements   .
He would like to see that by-law '
rescinded, and the whole amount '
placed on the  rebuilding of the
new power house.
Mf.'   Raymer's   suggestion   was ,, .
received with applause, Mr. Elliott /
however,   saying    that . now, the ' -
money had been voted  for park
uses  it was a pity to  turn'that \
decision down.    The. matter was' •'
allowed to  drop  at this juncture/ * •
and   Mr. Sutherland s turned-the
drift of the meeting into, the Water .*
question. _,    . i %i
, Much discusston arose' about the
extension of the "water system. /,
7 Mr. Sutherland was ofthe opin . v
ion that that the city would -wake "
up:when they found an,epidemic ."
of typhoid in the to'wtiV-7 -y „  *.
Aid. Elliott explained that it waa, ■■
his plan to bring in a by-law" to ^
raise $8,000 for-the extension bf'-
the water system.'
Mayor DeHart contended that,':
the water service could not be extensively put in until the city liad a
Continued on pttfe 8. „
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- .' The Orchard City Record
Thursday, June 10'
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THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD
Published eoery Thursday at the Office,
Kelowna, B.C.
JOHN LEATHLEY, Editor.
CHAS. H. LEATHLEY,BusinessMonager.
Subscription $1.50 per annum.
To United States $2.00 per annum.
Advertising rates upon application.
The serious calamity which
has befallen our city in the loss
of the power house, has fallen
with a terrible crash upon our
citizens. That the seat on
which our fire system rested
should be attacked by fire itself seems a hard proposition
to have to stand by,.i*but it is
perhaps as well to look upon
the rosy side of affiairs, and
take the whole as a blessing
in disguise. That the power
house was in charge of one
man has received great comment from the general public,
and that the building was made
of wood is another condemnation of a penny wise pound
foolish policy.
Three sittings of our council
have been called during the
past week and one general
meeting to "decide what to do
in the matter, and it is pleasing
to note that by these meetings
compensation to the extent of
$8,000 has been admitted by
insurance companies. It is also a pleasing feature to know
that the plant can be reinstalled
for $7,500, which allows $500
to the good, to go towards the
new building. It is now to be
hoped that a good substantial
building will be put up, and
that the lesson learnt by the
late fire, will Cause a different
fire protection system to be installed in the power house. A
general feeling is prevalent that
supplies left from money raised
for the purchase of the park,
and afterwards voted for park
improvements should be placed
on the balance sheet to the expense of the new building.
Such a plan seems very possible ; we are fully able to forego the luxury of a park, in order to provide for the necessity
of a power house. Possibly
the By-law voted on some
weeks ago -can be rescinded,
and the money placed to the
more urgent use which appears
before us at the present moment.     In   the   midst   of our
troubles, it is a pleasure to see
_-__ c _-_!._.__:_ i
uiig iiiairujuic ioi vvmu iu iciiu
a hand. We refer to Mr. D.
Lloyd-Jones who has lent the
city three 'teams, in order to
forge ahead the building of the
destroyed edifice,.and also for
any other purpose the city may
think fit; these teams have been
on the road hauling sidewalks
and pulling out posts, and it
is a great advantage to the city
to- have such a person as Mr.
Jones in their midst.
It is a pity to see the plans
r of the Aquatic Assoc, cut down.
. Such a building would   have
. been an attraction in these parts
no doubt, ■ but under the circumstances, the be. t and only
available plan was the modification of the size of the building.
At this , unsetdedtime  of   the
year it is a hard task to get
people to put their money into
anew concern, and'more especially, on top of the,power
house loss, and the general depression of trade.   It is however to be hoped that the start
that is being, made will,.soon
develope into the desired and
original project.
Bernard Ave.
: Hair-cutting.Shaving orShampoo
ing. * Facial Massage a Specialty
Everything disinfected.
CROOK & MACDONALD
Proprietors
If you Want Your Jams to keep, they
should be put up with
ne - Sugar
HENRY'S-
t
Garden Tools
Spraying
Materials
Bees Supplies ,
Fruit and Ornamental trees, home
grown, hardy, tested and proven.
Our trees do not have to be fumigated.
They are grown in the only part
of the continent not infested with
the San Jose scale.
157 Page Catalogue Free.
M.j.HENERY
Grecnbonae and Seedhouss
3010, Westminster Rd.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Branch Nursory   •  South Vancouoer
•NURSERIE
All B. C. Sugar Refining Company's Products
Consist Solely of Pure CANE SUGAR.
MANUFACTURED A I' VANCOUVER, B.C.  BV
___* British Columbia Sugar Refining
Company, Limited.
ratrnrrg
Layritz
KelO-jna
We can supply first-class one
and two-year-old trees, either
grown at Kelowna or Victoria
(Head Nursery), in the. best
commercial varieties of   7
Apples, Plums, Pears, Cherries, etc.
We have also now at Kelowna,
Ornamentals
of many kinds, Shade Trees,
Lilacs, Spiraea, etc.
We would be pleased to have you visit
us and select your specimens.
Catalogue and Price List Free.
A. E. Boyer
MANAGER
jPHONE
110
The Kelowna Manufacturing Co.
Window Sashes Hot-bed Sashes
Office and Store Fittings
SIGNWRITING AND LETTERING of all descriptions.
Windoi© Frosting, etc.
THE SPRING IS G0MING. We are open to gi.e
estimates on all kinds of Buildings such as
Bungalows; also complete Furnishings for
Summer Houses.
.
Corner of Lawrence and Pendozi Streets.
CALL AND SEE US.
r
There is no _need to     R0bertS
Investigate the ———-
You know what you are buying
without any need of investigation.
Where Investigation
is required
is in the repairs to other, makes.
Let us investigate these for you
and put them in good working
order.
'We have the workshops, we
have the tools, we" have the men-
to attend to your needs—rin fact,
WE ARE IT
Electrical Business in all its Branches.       Cycles, both New and
Second-hand for Sale or Hire.
CAMPBELL BROS.
The Kelowna Electric Light and Bicycle Supply Co.
BOX 160 - PHONE 82
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Regal Hotel
Facing the Wharfe.
J. E. WHEELER,  Prop
Schell & Brown
Builders and Contractors
PROTECT YOUR TREES
These destroyers cannot live where treea have been treated -with
WARNOCK'S   TR PAINT
Pear Blight, Rabbits, Mice, Borers, Canker Worm, San, Jose Scale, Oyster.
Shell, Bark Louse and Sun Scald.   The cost is very small.   It will not wash off.
One application lasts for two years. Warnoclc's Tree Paint is not an experiment. It has
stood the test for 5 years in all parts of the United States. It is an absolute Preventative and u re
for Pear Blight.    We invite investigation    The Arkansas Experiment Station has used this tree
fiaint for three years.   November, 1907, they purchased 50 gallons for free distribution among
eading orchards
nvite.investigation 1 he Arkansas r_xpei
. November, 1907, they purchased 50 gall
Send for 16-page free booklet to
Agent
MR. C. H. CORDY,
SUMN__RLAND.B.C,
G. R. LAWES, Enderby, B.C.
Sole Manufacturer for B. C.
Plans and Estimates  furnished
All work promptly and
carefully executed at
reasonable prices.
Address   -    Rutland. P.O.
We have a splendid list of
Fertilizer for Sale
AU kinds of the  best
fertilizer carried by me
Parties interested -in the
growing of all kinds of
fruit and vegetables call on
A. R. DAVY
for price* on this fruit
and vegetable producer.
City Lots and Fruit Farms
for Sale.
If you are looking for a home    ,^-
call; on us, and we will drive you around and save you
. -» * Time and Money.
DeHART & HARVEY
Real Estate Agents
KELOWNA, B. C.
Phone 63
I   _\»^i^^>rf%/VS_n-r^-rt_»_^^Nl<A-^-*-*-*.
for Irrigation or House Supply
You can get
More WATER for Less COLLARS
with Results Guaranteed
if you let us estimate on your requirements.
POWER PUMPS  carried "in stock,
~   capacity up to 2 5 0 gallons
per minute.
D. LEGKIE
HARDWARE STORE.
S    ..-,-■      .        -„i-.      .,•_
The Season for Irrigating
Is at Hand
We are Contractors for all classes of this work—Open
Ditching, Fluming, Stave Pipe Mains, Pumping. Plants
using Steam, Gas, Gasoline or oil as fuel.
We are now installing a small plant of 205 gallons'
per minute capacity, the - fuel for engine costs 30 per
cent, less than gasoline.
Ask us About This at Once
It Settles Your Difficulties
We have a Snap in   lectric. Motors
For driving washing machine, ssmall pumps, sewing machines, etc.
Get our Hand-book.
Our prices are the most reasonable in town.
WE HAVE AGENCY FOR
 Auto»__rUgg_es anu /--.utoHiGuiiei-i rora^. 250: up.
The correct thing for this district.
5\£o Job Too Large or Too Small
The Okanagan Valley Engineering Company
BOX 8 - - - - KELOWNA
D. CAMERON, M.E., E.E.,(La_ Supt. Engineer Contract*, Mather & Piatt,
Manchester) MANAGER.
Mrs. LEGGE-WLLLB
Gold, Sil ver, an Bronze Medallist
London Academy of Music (Eng.)  ~
is open to take pupils for "Pianoforte Lessons.   '
Personal interview any morning at the house of Mr. R. C. Reed, corner of
Bernard Avenue and Ethel Street, when terms and dates can be arranged.
J. G. HINMAN
New Century Shoe Store
«MM_-MH_NMMW_NW____«M_*-___M______ /
I beg to announce that I have taken the premises lately '
occupied by Mr. J. M. Lang and am opening at once with a   '     '
First-Class Stock of Boots and Shoes
Boots repaired and made to order ' 'Prices reasonable "
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Note new address—Lang's. Old Stand, Bernard Ave.
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Thursday,^tone 10
The Orchard City Record.
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CITY COUNCIL MEETING
; Continued from page I
Mr. Rose and Mr. Meugens attended on
" behalf of the- Aquatic Association. Mr.
Rose asked the council if they would
agree to the plans of the Association's
building being reduced in size, as they
had been unable to raise the subscriptions
at present, and wanted to get ahead with
the buildings. The season for bathing
was near.at hand and _ he would like to
see a start made on" the buildings. It was
further agreed that the building should be
put up so that future extensions could be
made.
Permission was at once granted to do
this, it being suggested that the buildings
should be started as soon as possible.
Mr. Meugen's claims for damages was
again laid on the table for one week as no
satisfactory details were forthcoming.
The question of Mr. Bowes's tents was
next brought up, it being finally decided
to leave them where they are so as to allow the extrance to the park to. go across
Lloyd-Jone's property.
The Mayor suggested a brick building
to be put up on the site of the old power
house.
Aid. Cox thought cement better as  the
foundation had stood the strain' well  before and he considered the   material  fireproof.   It was also suggested  to  build  a
fireproof  roof and  to  make  the  whole
business ■ uninflamable.
The following motions were carried:
Ball-Cox—That the Mayor and Treasurer be appointed to adjust the loss  on  the
. Electric Light Plant of the, fire of June 3rd,
' 1909, and to receive -and  receipt  for 'all
moneyunder the above  adjustment  from
the Insurance Companies ihterested.
Elliott-Rowcliffe—That the council expresses its appreciation of the satisfactory
and prompt adjustment made of the fire
loss of June 3rd, by Mr. A. A. Richardson
on behalf of the companies interested,
namely, The Royal Insurance Co.,' The
Norwich Union Insurance Co., The Nova
t Scotia Assurance Co. and The Phoenix
Insurance Co. ~
Bait-Elliott—That the council approves
of the modification in the plans of the
Aquatic Association building subject to
the final approval of the Building Inspector.
Rowcliffe-Bailey—That the chairman of
the fire and water committee superintend
the work on the A." & T. grounds how
being dpne.
Boll-Elliott—That the storehouse and
contents in connection with the ' electric
light plant be insured for the sum of $1500.
Ball-Rowcliffer—That . the , supervision
of the exhibition and  recreation  grounds
be in the hands of the park committee.
_ Bait-Cox—That the light committee  be
instructed to take the  necessary  steps  to
obtain plans, etc., for a new power house,
and also to go into details of a- contract
into which the Canadian Fairbanks Co. is
prepared to enter by their representative
Mr. Smith and report.
Bailey-Rowcliffe—That the plan submitted by Mr. Dahlberg re addition to his
premises be accepted. The buildingtobe
composed of lire proof material.
The meeting then 'adjourned to meet
again at the call of the Mayor.
The third council meeting of the week
was held on Tuesday at four o'clock, in
order to make arrangements with Mr.
Smith for the installing of a new plant at
the power house.
Mr. Smith submitted agreements which
were signed by the Mayor. Mr. Smith
said the Fairbanks Company wished payment of one third on the arrival of the
machinery, one third on the machinery
when set,up and one third when the plant
was in full working order, and he estimated that the work would take about, six
weeks. When asked if he would guarantee this time Mr. Smith explained he
did not wish to enter into any agreement
of that kind, he could only promise to do
his best to get the work through.
Mr. Russell was present and was asked
for his report. He explained that (he
plant as specified was the' same as had
been already installed, with' the exception
of the switch board, this he contended
was a much better switch board than the
one which had been destroyed, as it had
two levers for the manipulation of the arc
lights.
It was agreed to accept the quotation
given by Mr. Smith on behalf of the Fairbanks Co. and to ask him to proceed v. ith
the'greatest possible speed.
Mr/Smith agreed to take into his employ Mr. Russell and Mr. Crowe and to
keep them at work pending the arrival of
the machinery. _
The question of the new building '
next laid before the council. It was
agreed to make the building 10 feet longer
and three feet wider than the old building.
The estimated cost of the building would
be about $4,000, and it was decided to call
for tenders at once. In the meantime it
was suggested that' Mr. Thomas should
get out plans and submit them at the next
meeting.
^ An alteration was made in the minutes
of the previous meeting, viz: that Mr
Meugen's claim should be iaid on the
table and not left open for discussion at
next meeting.
Mr. Wheeler attended and asked what
he should do with reference to the drainage of his hotel, he did not like the present arrangements and asked leave to place
a pipe in, carrying the drainage away. He
explained that he -wanted to go ahead
with the matter and wanted the council to
Electric Light Wiring and
Installations
A full line of Fittings, Fixtures, Shades,*
Lamps, etc.
Our work has never yet failed to pass inspection.
We have never yet been sent back on a contract.
Everything for the
_
Motor Boat or Automobile
Repairs done by experienced men only
Call and inspect our stock
AUTOMOBILE GARAGE
the Okanagan Electrical Supply and Machinery Co.
JAMES BROS.
P.O. Box 90 Pendozi Street 'Phone 84
SUMMER
FOR FRUIT TREES
Now is the time to get after Aphis
an_ all insect pests. One of" the best-
sprays advised by the Government
Inspector of Fruit Pests is
Whale Oil Soap and
Quassia Chips
We can supply both in large or
small quantities.
W. R. TRENCH,
Druggist Stationer Optician
We issue Dominion Express Orders
give permission for a pipe to go across
the street into the park, or else under the
street at the back of his premises. A
The matter was left in the hands of Mr.
Ball to see what was the best way_to, relieve the difficulty.
The Mayor suggested that a public
meeting should be called to explain the
position of the power house, and after a
little discussion the date was fixed for the
the following day, Wednesday, June 9.
"^ The following motions were carried :
Elliott-Bailey—That we accept the tenders of the Canadian Fairbanks Co. for the
installing of a new electric light plant for
the sum of $7,500 according to the agreement specified in the''tender now "in the
hands of the-City Clerk, and-that tlie
Mayor and City Clerk be empowered to
sign papers.
V Bayley-Elliott—That Mr. J. W. Thomas
be instructed'to prepare plans and-specifications for a new power house, 68 feet
long and and 39 feet wide, built of fireproof materials, with a separating brick
wall between the'boiler and engine rooms.
* Aid Elliott gave notice that at the next
meeting of the council he would bring in
a'by-law to raise the sum of $5,000 for the
purpose of extending -the waterworks
system. '
The meeting then adjourned.
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most needed, we have decided
to insert
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Free of Charge
Such ads. must be limited to thirty
words. The "replies may be addressed direct to the advertiser or
to a private box at the Record
Office.
All other Want ads.
at our special low rate of
Two cents per word
first insertion
One cent per word '
following insertions
BROWN BROTHERS COMPANY, NIIRS_!_-tEN,
LIMITED, of ONTARIO.
Are extensive growers of all kinds of Fruit Trees, and other Nut1-
aery Stock, such as Roses, Shrubs, and Ornamental Trees, and offer to
planters of Orchards, choice trees, true to name.
The most experienced planters realize that young treea grown in
Ontario, under somewhat similar conditions as prevail in the Interior of ■;
this Province, are the best.
We are prepared to furnish "One year old trees," on a  three year        ■ - - •
old root, or a two year old tree on a four year old root, as desired, at .''
prices that will be considered reasonable. - *""
We grow the Duchess Dwarf Pear very extensively, which is being • -'
used as a filler by a good many planters.
Our Peach, Apple. Pear, cherry and Plum trees are all of first quality well grown, well rooted, and wiu please the most critical buyers.
Thorough cultivation in our Nurseries ensure a splendid root system
which of course is most necessary in a young tree.
During the past two seasons we have successfully shipped our stock
to all parts of the Province, and can guarantee'satisfaction to-all our
patrons.
The members of our firm are all practical Nurserymen, .with long
experience, and they are giving their whole rime to this one business,
constantly overseeing every detail of the work of growing, packing, »
shipping, etc.   The Fact is, we live among the'trees, watching with
zealous care the development of every acre of our vast plantings.
This is a Canadian enterprise of 25 years" standing, and our reputation is behind all our dealings, give us your order and you will not regret it. »
We went a good reliable man to look after our business in Kelowna '
and vicinity. . __
Apply for particulars in regard to prices and terms to salesmen to
_, our British Columbia Branch Office. . '..""*
CHAS. L. TROTTER, Manager, 1125 8th Ave. W.,     .;■
- Catalogue Free on Request. . ' Vancouver* -. .
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Imart Styles in
'$ Wash Suits
The woman who looks well and feels the most comfortable during the hot
summer days is the one who is wearing one of the light, cool and smart looking
Waist Suits.     \
TWO PIECE DRESSES -
Chambiy8, Ginghams and Fancy Linens
Prices $4.50, $5.50, $6.50,and $8.00
SUITS, 3-5 LENGTH COAT
Duck and Linen Repp
Prices $6.50, $8.50 and $11.50
Summer Beverages
•A'~X
One Piece-Princess Dresses, in selection of novelty styles, prices $6.50 and $8.50
Stylish Cotton Fabrics
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
Zephyrs and Gingham, charming sum-
mer ._■ aBrids^iinTscore of pretty new
patterns and colorings in checks, plaids
and novelty stripe, 15c, 20c, & 25c yd.
Muslins and Irish Dimitys
The very newest shades are here in the
smartest patterns; 35c, 50c & 65c yd.
Ladies will do well to see our showing
of Whitewear. For selection and values
this range can't be beaten.
D. & A.. Corsets
Here you will find a complete showing
of—all— the—newest— designs- -in-Gorset
shapes that will fit perfectly all figures.
High, medium and low bust, long and
short hip. Garters attached prices 75c,
$1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 a pair.
See our new Director Corset, prices
$1.75, $2.50 and $3.75 a pair.
Summer Net Corsets, Tape Girdles and
Children's Corset Waists, all sizes and
best qualities.
For the hot days when a.
person is always " Dry ^there
is nothing which refreshes and&
quenches ones thirst as. effec-;5f I '|
tually as a glass of cold-water
with a little ' '
tfii--
■if,5-.
Montserrat Lime Juice
We have it iri*_wo sizes
Pints       45c
Quarts    85c
Your Summer Hoisery, Best Styles at Lowest Prices
Women's fine cotton hose, with high spliced toes and heels, in black, tan and white', at 25c a pair
Women's Extra Fine Gauze Lisle in Fancy Lace Ankle or plain styles, black or tan, 40c. a pair •
Our range of Boy's and Children's Hoisery was never larger.     If you want
something to wear better and look better we can do it.
Lipton's Lime Juice
Pints       25c
Quarts    45c
Ridgway's Tea
rr
Positively the best Tea you
can buy. "The Cup That
Cheers."   Try it.
Ridgway's 5 o'clock Tea 60c
Ridgway's Old Country,.' 50c
Ridgway's A.D. Coffee
11 .     *■
We recommend it as the
very best'after dinner Coffee}
on the market, at 50c per; lb/ I
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New Summer
Gloves  -
LEQUIME BROS. & Co.
New Collars, Belts
and Purses
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ESTABLISHED 1850'
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The Orchard City Record.
•Thursday, June 10
JOB PRINTING
We are particularly well fixed
to execute all your orders for
printing. With new type, new
machinery, skilled mechanics
and every labor saving device
we can Jo 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.
JOHN LEATHLEY, Editor.
CHAS. H. LEATHLEY, Business Monager.
Subscription $1.50 per annum.
To United States $2.00 per annum.
Advertising rates upon application.
The serious calamity which
has befallen our city in the loss
of the power house, has fallen
with a terrible crash upon our
citizens. That the seat on
which our fire system rested
should be attacked by fire itself seems a hard proposition
to have to stand by,.; but it is
perhaps as well to look upon
the rosy side of affiairs, and
take the whole as a blessing
in disguise. That the power
house was in charge of one
man has received great comment from the general public,
and that the building was made
of wood is another condemnation of a penny wise pound
foolish policy.
Three sittings of our council
have been called during the
past week and one general
meeting to decide what to do
in the matter, and it is pleasing
to note that by these meetings
compensation to the extent of
$8,000 has been admitted by
insurance companies. It is also a pleasing feature to know
that the plant can be reinstalled
for $7,500, which allows $500
to the good, to go towards the
new building. It is now to be
hoped that a good substantial
building will be put up, and
, that the lesson learnt by the
late fire, will cause a different
fire protection system to be installed in the power house. A
general feeling is prevalent that
supplies left from money raised
for the purchase of the park,
and afterwards voted for park
improvements should be placed
on the balance sheet to the expense of the new build ing.
Such a plan seems very possible ; we are fully able to forego the luxury of a park, in ofr
der to provide for the necessity
of a power house. Possibly
the By-law voted on some
weeks ago can be rescinded,
and the money placed to the
more urgent use which appears
before us at the present moment. In the midst of our
troubles, it is a pleasure to see
 , , £.^lrr.J.-l.»J
-unc man C_mc iui warcrto iena
a hand. We refer to Mr. D.
Lloyd-Jones who has lent the
city three'teams, in order to
forge ahead the building of the
destroyed edifice,.and also for
any other purpose the city may
think fit; these teams have been
on the road hauling sidewalks
and pulling out posts, and it
is a great advantage to the city
to have such a person as Mr.
Jones in their midst.
20th Century
Barber Shop
Bernard Ave.
' Hair-cuttirig.Shaving brShampoo
ing.' Facial Massage a Specialty
Everything disinfected.
CROOK & MACDONALD
Proprietors
Wfr Cffg1_-
If you Want Your Jams to keep, they
should be put up with
HENRY'S
Garden Tools
Spraying
Materials
Bees Supplies ,
Fruit nnd Ornamental trees, home
grown, hardy, tested and proven.
Our trees do not have to be fumigated.
They are grown in the only part
ol the continent not infested with
the San Joie scale.
167 Page Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENERY
Greenhouse and Seedbonss
3010, Westminster Rd.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Branch Nursery   .  South Vancouoer
-NURSEME.
ie - Sugar
All B. C. Sugar Refining Company's Products
Consist Solely of Pure CANE SUGAR.
MANUFACTURED A r VANCOUVER, B.C. BY
™Le British Columbia Sugar Refining
Company, Limited,,
The Kelowna Manufacturing Co.
Window Sashes Hot-bed Sashes
Office and Store Fittings
SIGN WRITING AND LETTERING of all descriptions.
Window Frosting, etc.
Layritz
Kelo_.na
We can supply first-class one
and two-year-old trees,. either
grown at Kelowna or Victoria
(Head Nursery), in the best
commercial varieties of
Apples, Plains, Pears, Cherries, etc.
We have also now at Kelowna,
Ornamentals
of many kinds, Shade Trees,
Lilacs, Spiraea, etc.
We would be pleased to have you visit
us and select your specimens.
Catalogue and Price List Free.
A. E. Boyer
MANAGER
PHONE
110
THE SPRING IS GOMING. We are open to gioe
estimates on all kinds of Buildings such as
Bungalotcs; also complete Furnishings for
Summer Houses.
Corner of Lawrence and Pendozi Streets.
CALL AND SEE US.
Regal Hotel
Facing the Wharfe.
J. E. WHEELER,  Prop
It is a pity to see the plans
of the Aquatic Assoc, cut down.
Such a building would have
K. been an attraction in these parts
no doubt, but under the circumstances, the best ihd only
available plan was the modification of the size of the building.
At this unsettledtime of the
year it is a hard task to get
people to put their money into
. fanew concern, and more especially oh top of the power
house loss, and the general depression of trade. It is however to be hoped that the start
/..that is being made will /soon
,; i^develope into the desired and
.,> original project.
Schell &Brown
Builders and Contractors
Plans and Estimates  furnished
All work promptly and
carefully executed at
reasonable prices.
Address    -    Rutland P.O.
There is no need to     Roberts
Investigate the -
You know what you are buying
without any need of investigation.
Where Investigation
is required
is in the repairs to o_hei>n_akes.
Let us investigate these for you
and put them in good working
order.
"We have the workshops, we
have the tools,' we have the men-
to attend to your needs—in fact,
WE ARE IT
Electrical Business in all its Branches.       Cycles, both New and
Second-hand for Sale or Hire.
CAMPBELL BROS.
The Kelowna Electric Light and Bicycle Supply Co.
BOX 160 - PHONE 82      "
PROTECT YOUR TREEg
These destroyers cannot live where trees have been treated with
WARNOCK'S   TR PAINT
Pear Blight, Rabbits, Mice, Borers, Canker Worm, San Jose Scale, Oyster.
Shell, Bark Louse and Sun Scald.   The cost is very small.   It will not wash off.
One application lasts for two years. Warnock's Tree Paint is not an experiment. It has
stood the test for 5 years in all parts of the United States. It is an absolute Preventative and u re
for Pear Blight.    We invite investigation.   The Arkansas Experiment Station has used this tree
f>aint for three years.   November, 1907, they purchased 50 gallons for free distribution among
eading orchards.   Send for 16-page free booklet to
Agent
MR. C. H. CORDY,
SUMMERLAND. B.C,
G. R. LAWES, Enderby, B.C.
Sole Manufacturer for B. C.
Fertilizer for Sale
I
All kinds ol the best
fertilizer carried by me
Parties interested .in the
growing of all kinds of
fruit and vegetables call on
A. R. DAVY
for price* on this'fruit
and vegetable producer.
We have a splendid list of
City Lots and Fruit Farms
for Sale.
If you are looking for a Home   -^
call on us, and we will drive you around and save you
Time and Money.
DeHART & HARVEY
Real Estate Agents
KELOWNA; B. C.
Phone 63
WATER
for Irrigation or House Supply
You can get
More WATER for Less~DOLLARS
with Results Guaranteed
• if you let us estimate on your requirements.
POWER PUMPS carried "in stock,
capacity -up to 250 gallons
per minute.
D.LEGKIE
HARDWARE STORE,
**>—^»——
The Season for Irrigating
Is at Hand
We are Contractors for all classes of this work—Open^
Ditching, Fluming,'Stave. Pipe Mains, Pumping. Plants
using Steam, Gas, Gasoline or oil as fuel.
* ' *    i
We are now installing a small plant of 205 {gallons
per minute capacity, the ■ fuel for - engine costs  30.per
cent, less than gasoline.
Ask us About This at Once
It Settles Your Difficulties
We haye a Snap in   lectric* Motors
For driving washing machine, ssmall pumps, sewing machines,'etc.
Get our Hand-book.
Our prices are the most reasonable'in-town.
WE HAVE AGENCY FOR
—Auto-Buggies and Automobiles from $250rup.
The correct thing for this district.
3\£o Job Too Large or Too Small
The Okanagan Valley Engineering Company
BOX 8 - - - - KELOWNA
D. CAMERON, M.E., E£., (Late Supt. Engineer Contract*, Mather* Piatt,
Mancheater) MANAGER.
Mrs. LEGGE-WILUS
Gold, Sil ver, an Bronze Medallist
London Academy of Music (Eng.) ~
is open to take pupils for'Pianoforte Lessons. *
Personal interview any morning; at the houte of Mr. R. C. Reed, corner oi
Bernard Avenue and Ethel Street, when term* and dates can be arranged.
J. G. HINMAN
New Century Shoe Store
I beg to announce that I have taken the premises lately
tpied by Mr. J. M. Lang and ^m opening at once with, a '
occupi
First-Class Stock of Boots and Shoes
Boots repaired and made to order Prices treasonable "'
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CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Continued from page I
Mr. Rose and Mr. Meugens attended on
'behalf of the Aquatic Association. Mr.
Rose asked the council if they would
agree to the plans of the Association's
building being reduced in size, as they
had been unable to raise the subscriptions
at present, and wanted to get ahead with
the buildings. The season for bathing
was near.at hand and he would like to
see a start made on'the buildings. It was
further agreed that the building should be
put up so that future extensions could be
made.
Permission was at once granted to do
this, it being suggested that the buildings
should be started as soon as possible.
Mr. Meugen _ claims for damage's was
again laid on the table for one week as no
satisfactory details were forthcoming.
The question of Mr. Bowes's tents was
next brought up, it being finally decidod
to leave them where they are so as to allow the extrance to the park to. go across
Lloyd-Jone .'property.
The Mayor suggested a brick building
to be put up on the site of the old power
house.    '
Aid. Cox thought cement better*as  the
foundation had stood the strain  well before and he'eonsidered the  material  fireproof.   It was also suggested   to  build  a
fireproof  roof and  to  make  the  whole
business • uninflamable.
The following motions were carried:
Ball-Cox—That the Mayor and Treasurer be- appointed to adjust the loss on  the
. Electric Light Plant of the, fire of June 3rd,
1909, and to receive  and  receipt  for  all
money under the above adjustment  from
the Insurance Companies interested.
Elliott-Rowcliffe—That the council e_-
-presses its appreciation of the ' satisfactory
and prompt adjustment made of the fire
loss of June 3rd, by Mr. A. A. Richardson
on behalf of the companies interested,
namely, The Royal Insurance Co.,' The
Norwich Union Insurance Co., The Nova
Scotia Assurance Co. and The Phoenix
Insurance Co.
Ball—Elliott—That the council  approves
of the modification  in  the  plans  of the
Aquatic Association  building, subject  to
■the final approval bf the Building inspector.
Rowcliffe-Bailey—That the chairman of
the fire and water committee superintend
the work on the A."& T. grounds how
being done.
Ball-Elliott—That the" storehouse and
contents in connection with the electric
light plant be insured for the sum of $1500.
Ball-Rowcliffe^-That Nthe    supervision
of the exhibition and  recreation  grounds
be in the hands* of the park ^committee.
,. Ball-Cox—That the light committoe .be
instructed to take the  necessary  steps  to
obtain plans, etc., for a new power house,
and also to go into details of a- contract
into which the Canadian Fairbanks Co. is
prepared to enter by their representative
Mr. Smith and report.
Bailey-Rowcliflfo—That the plan submitted by'Mr. Dahlberg re addition to his
premises be accepted. The building to be
composed of tire proof material.
The meeting then 'adjourned to meet
again at the call of the Mayor.
The third council meeting of the week
was held on Tuesday at four o'clock, in
order to make arrangements with Mr.
Smith for the installing of a new plant at
the power house.
Mr. Smith submitted agreements which
were signed by the Mayor. Mr. Smith
said the Fairbanks Company wished payment of one third on the arrival of the
machinery, one third on the machinery
when set,up and one third when the plant
was in full'working order, and he estimated that the work would take about, six
weeks. When asked if he would guarantee this time Mr. Smith explained he
did not wish to enter into any agreement
of that kind, he could only promise to do
his best to get the work through.
Mr. Russell was present and was asked
for his report. He explained that the
plant as specified was the same as had
been already installed, with the exception
of the switch board, this he contended
was a much better switch board than the
one which had been destroyed, as it had
two levers for the manipulation of the arc
lights.
It was agreed to accept the quotation
given by Mr. Smith on behalf of the Fairbanks Co. and to ask him to proceed v.-ith
the'greatest possible speed.
Mr/Smith agreed to take into his employ Mr. Russell and Mr. Crowe and to
keep them at work pending the arrival of
the machinery.
The question of the new" building was
next laid before the council. It was
agreed to make the building 10 feet longer
and three feet wider than the old building.
The estimated cost of the building would
be about $4,000, and it was decided to call
for tenders at once. In the meantime it
was suggested that' Mr. Thomas should
get out plans and submit them at the next
meeting. - ,
1, An alteration was made in the minutes
of the previous meeting, viz: that Mr,
Meugen's claim should be laid on the
table and not left open for discussion Bt
next meeting. -   -
Mr. Wheeler attended and asked what
he should do with reference to the drainage of his hotel, he did not like the present arrangements and asked leave to place
a pipe in, carrying the drainage away. He
explained that' he: wanted to go ahead
with the matter.and wanted the council to
Electric Light Wiring, and
Installations
A full line of Fittings, Fixtures, Shades,'
Lamps, etc.
Our work has never yet failed to pass inspection.
We have never yet been sent back on a contract.
Everything for the
Motor Boat or Automobile
Repairs done by experienced men only
Call and inspect our stock
AUTOMOBILE GARAGE
the Okanagan Electrical Supply and Machinery Co.
JAMES BROS.
P.O.' Box 90 Pendozi Street 'Phone 84
SUMMER SPRAY
FOR FRUIT TREES
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Now is the time to get after Aphis
and all insect pests. One of the best-
sprays advised by the Government
Inspector of Fruit Pests is
Whale Oil Soap and
Quassia Chips
We can supply both in large or
small quantities.
W. R. TRENCH,
Druggist Stationer Optician
We issue Dominion Express Orders
give permission for a pipe to go across
the street into the park, or else under the
street at the back of his premises. -
The matter was left in the hands of Mr.
Ball to see what was the best way .to relieve the difficulty.
The Mayor suggested that a public
meeting should be called to explain the
position of the power house, and after a
little discussion the date was fixed for the
the following day, Wednesday, June 9.
■*" The following motions were carried :
Elliott-Bailey—That we accept" the tenders of the Canadian Fairbanks Co. for the
installing of a new electric light plant for
the sum of $7,500 according to the agreement specified in the*tender now in the
hands of the City Clerk, and that the
Mayor and City Clerk be empowered to
sign papers.
'vBayley-Elliott—That Mr. J. W. Thomas
be instructed'to 'prepare plans and-specifications for a new power house, 88 feet
long and and 39 feet wide, built of -fireproof materials,' with a separating brick
wall between the" boiler and engine rooms.
""Aid Elliott gave notice that'at the next
meeting of the council he would bring in
a by-law to raise the sum of $8,000 for the
purpose of extending the waterworks
system.
The meeting then adjourned.
Advertise for
Situations Free
" In order to help when help is
•    most needed, we have decided
to insert
"SITUATIONS WANTED" ADS.
Free of Charge
Such ads. must be limited to thirty
words. The "replies may be addressed direct to the advertiser or
to a private box at the Record
Office.
All other Want ads.
at our special low rate of
Two cents jer word
first, insertion
One cent per word
following insertions
BROWN BROTHERS COMPANY, NURSERYMEN,
LIMITED, of ONTARIO.
Are extensive growers of all kinds of Fruit Trees, and other Nursery Stock, such as Roses, Shrubs, and Ornamental Trees, and offer to
' planters of Orchards, choice trees, true to name.
The most experienced planters realize that young trees grown in ,
Ontario, under somewhat similar conditions as prevail in the Interior of v
this Province, are the best
.        We are prepared to furnish "One year old trees," on a  three year        '  "   '
old root, or a two year old tree on a four year old root, as desired, at
prices that will be considered reasonable.
We grow the Duchess Dwarf Pear very extensively, which ia being
used as a filler by a good many planters.
Our Peach, Apple. Pear, cherry and Plum trees are all of first quality well grown, well rooted, and will please the most critical buyers.
Thorough cultivation in our Nurseries ensure a splendid root system
which of course is most necessary in a young tree.
During the past two seasons we have successfully shipped our stock
to all parts of the Province, and can guarantee satisfaction to'all our
patrons.
The members of our firm are all practical Nuraeiymen,. with long
experience, and they are giving their whole time to this one business,
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t plantings.
.    "PV* j*.a Canadian enterprise of 25 years standing, and our reputation is behind all our dealings, give us your order ana you will not regret it.
We want a good reliable man to look after our business in Kelowna
and vicinity.
Apply for particulars in regard to prices and term's to salesmen to ■
our British Columbia Branch Office. .    _ -   - '   ,
;    CHAS. L. TROTTER, Manager," 1125 8th Ave. W.,
Catalogue Free on Request. - \ Vancouver.
The woman who looks well and feels the most comfortable during the hot,,
summer days is the one who is wearing one of the light, cool and smart looking
Waist Suits.      .
TWO PIECE DRESSES - SUITS, 3-5 LENGTH COAT
Chambrys, Ginghams and Fancy Linens
Prices $4.50, $5.50, $6.50 and $8.00
Duck and Linen Repp
Prices $6.50, $8.50 and $11.50
One Piece-Princess Dresses, in selection of novelty styles, prices $6.50 and $8.50
Stylish Cotton Fabrics
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
Zephyrs and Gingham, charming sum
mer TFaBncs-"in a score of "pretty new
patterns and colorings in checks, plaids
and novelty stripe, 15c, 20c, & 25c yd..
Muslins and Irish Dimitys
The very newest shades are here in the
smartest patterns; 35c, 50c & 65c yd.
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Ladies will do well to see our showing
of Whitewear. For selection and values
this range can't be beaten.
D. & A.. Corsets
Here you will find a complete showing
v*x w.1* LX1C—11 c: W COL—UCdlgllS     III- -X)I Set
shapes that will fit perfectly all figures.
High, medium and low bust, long and
short hip.    Garters attached prices 75c,
$1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 a pair.
See our new Director Corset,   prices
$1.75,<$2.50and$3.75apair.
Summer Beverages     f ^
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For the hot days when a
person is always "Dry"inhere
is nothing which refreshes and d£$
quenches ones thirst as. dffec-jf
»      tually as a glass of cold;> water
with a little
Montserrat Lime Juice
We have it irilwo sizes
Pints       45c
Quarts    85c
Summer Net Corsets, Tape Girdles and
Children's Corset Waists, all sizes and
best qualities.
Upton's Lime Juice
Pints       25c
Quarts    45c
Ridgway's Tea
Your Summer Hoisery, Best Styles at Lowest Prices
Women's fine cotton hose, with high spliced toes and heels, in black, tan and white, at 25c a pair
Women's Extra Fine Gauze Lisle in Fancy Lace Ankle or plain styles, black or tan, 40c. a pair •
Our range of Boy's and Children's Hoisery was never larger.     If you want
something to wear better and look better we can do it.
Positively the best Tea you
can buy. "The Cup/That
Cheers."   Try it.
Ridgway's 5 o'clock Tea 60c
Ridgway's Old Country 50c
Ridgway's A.D. Coffee
: Wec recommend it as the
very best'after dinner Coffee
on the market, at 50c per lb.
New Summer
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LEQUIME
New' Collars, Belts
and Purses
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Thursday, June 10
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Great Clearing Sale of all
•ummer i_iooas
BARGAINS     BARGAINS     BARGAINS
Owing to the very backward Summer Season we have
decided to clear out all summer goods at greatly reduced
price. Space will not permit us to give you a full list of
the many bargains we haye to offer you. It will pay you
to visit our store and see for yourselves.
33 1-3 per cent. Discount off
All Dress Goods
All Muslins, French Organdies, Vestings,
Mull Muslins, Piques, etc., etc.
All Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains, Cur-
tairfNets, etc.
20 per cent, off
All Prints, Ginghams, Ducks, Oxford Shirtings,
Galatea's and Flannelettes
BARGAINS IN LACES
750 yards of Lace, regular 8, 10, 12J, 15, 20c,
your choice for 5 c per yard.
350 yds. Liberty Satin Ribbons, 5  inches  wide,
all colors,   regular   35c.  and  40c.   quality,
reduced to 20c. per yard.
25 per cent. Discount off
All Ladies' Blouses, (Silks, Nets, Muslins)
All White Cotton Underwear
All Ladies Cloth Skirts
All Children's Dresses, Coats and Aprons
All Children's Hats and Bonnets
All Cold Raw Silks
Gent's Furnishings and Clothing
Department
Men's Summer Suits at $ 7.50, reduced to'$ 6.00
10.50       "       "     8.40
14.50       "       "    11.60
Boy's       " " 3.50       "       "     2.80
4.00      "       "     3.20
"    ■     " " 5.00      "       "     4.00
20 per cent, discount off Boy's and Men's pants
Boot and Shoe Department
Our Store is noted for the Quality of Boots we  Keep
Men _ Tan Oxfords at $4.75, sale price $3.80
Men's Tan Calf Bluchers  at  $4.50  and  $5.50,
sale price $3.60 and $4.40 *
Men's Henvy Tan Calf Bluchers  at $5.00, sale
price $4.00
Men's __'Boots, English manufacture,  at $7.50
sale.price $6.00
Men's .'•__' Boots,  Tennis,  (White Buckskin) at
$5.50, sale price $4.40
Men's Calf Bluchers, at $4.50  and  $5.00, sale
price $3.60 and $4.00
Men's Pat. Oxfords,  at $4.50  and  $5.00, sale
price $3.60 and $4.00 __
Boy's Pebble Boots, at $2.00, sale price $1.60
Boy's Box Calf Boots at $2.25, sale  price   $1.50
Boy's English Grain Boots $2.75, sale price $2.20
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, at $3.25   and   $3.50,  sale
price $2.60 and $2.80
Ladies' Oxblood Oxfords $3.50, reduced  $2.80
Ladies Fine Dongola Oxfords, at $3.00 and $3.50
reduced to $2.40 and $2.80
Ladies' Dongola Boots, at $3.50 and $4.00,   re-
educed to $2.80 and $3.20 7
Ladies' Pat. Boots, at $4.50, reduced to $3,60 7
Girl's Misses and Children's OxBlood  and Tan
Oxfords and Slippers at greatly reduced prices
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WANTE1
2 Cent* per word, "first insertion and
1 Cent per word each subsequent
insertion,-minimum 25 Cents.
Local -Briefs
FOR SALE—Two good general purpose
horses, also thorougbred White Wyandotte chickens. Apply, C. C. Josselyn,
Grocer. '■ 28-tf
WANTED—By experienced married man
management of farm or ranch. Apply
Box C Record Office. 28-31 f
WANTED—Strong boy   to   learn   bakery
business.    Apply Biggin & Poole.     28tf
HOUSE FOR RENT. Apply C.C. Josselyn
28-31
NOTICE.
Tenders will be received by the City
Clerk for the contract to* construct a fireproof Power House, size 39x88 feet. Plana
and specifications may be seen at City
Clerk's office. Tenders to be in by June
17th. ' 28
NOTICE.
The private road to Getlatly _ wharf
will be closed to the public for 48 hours
from Friday morning June 11th.
D. E. GELLATLY.      28p
ENGLISHWOMAN desires position on "a
ranch on the Okanagan Lake, as housekeeper to bachelor or widower. Apply
Harris, Post Office, Vernon. 28-31
FOR SALE—Clinker built boat.     Apply.
P.O. Box 320, Kelowna. 27-8p
This is an Opportunity which seldom occurs to buy Good Goods at greatly reduced prices
Don .Neglect the Opportunity ' (     These prices are for Cash only
The Kelowna Outfitting Store, W.B.M. Calder, Prop.
FOR SALE OR RENT—6 roomed house
on Ellis Street, one acre and small
orchard.    Apply J. Christie, Kelowna.
27tf
FOR SALE—Good general purpose horse
$75.00. Apply, WHITEHEAD, Rutland. 24-27
FOR SALE—320'acres of land at $7.00 per
acre cash, or $8.25 -n.casy terms. Apply
• to Ernest Snowsell, Alta Vista Ranch,
Kelowna, B. C. 20-tf
FOR SALE—14 Acres on K- L. O.  Benc-Jr
for particulars, apply to P. O.   Box  261.
Kelowna, B.C. I7tf
Going Picnieing?
Of course you are, every week this summer, and
doubtless you'll require the tasty things that go to
Make Appetising Sandwiches
Devilled Ham      Lemon Cheese      Caviar
Peanut Butter      Ham Loaf
C & B. Potted Meats    C & B. Potted Fish
Pate de Foie Gras     Chicken Breasts
Veal ajid Tongue
COOLING DRINKS
Eiffel Tower Lemonade Welch's Grape Juice
C. 6. B. Raspberry Vinegar
Montserrat Lime Juice       C. &. B. Lemon Squash
City of Kelowna
PRIZES FOR PLANS
The city council of Kelown»_will receive
up to July 1st, at 12 noon, plans for the
improvement and development of the city
park.
All plans must be based on an early expenditure of $3,500.00, any further outlay
to extend over a period, of years, and the
design to embody a harmonious and progressive development of the park as a
whole.    .
For the most meritorious and practical
plana the council will award first and second prizes of $75.00 and $50.00 respectively, _ut the council reserves the right to
award-one prize only, either first ot second
or second or to make no award, should
the plans, in the judgement of the park
committee, be deemed of insufficient merit.
Blue prints of a typographical survey of
the park may be obtained by intending
competitors from the city clerk.    "
Kelowna, B.C  G.H.DUNN,
26-287  May 26. 1909.  . City Clerk.
Mr. J. E. Wheeler has just received two more Shetland ponies,
this makes his total stock consist
of five.
An interesting wedding was solemnized last Monday^ when Miss
S. C. Allen was married to Mr. H.
C. Childers. The ceremony, which
took place early in the morning
was attenddd by several friends
and - relations of the bride and
bridegroom. The Rev. T. Greene
officiatipg. The happy pair left
by Monday - boat for -the Coast
carrying with them the congratulations of the people who congregated to see them oft and a goodly, quantity of rice.
Doctor Boyce has retired from
general practice, having decided
to attend only to very special cases
Many who have been attended by
this iminent physician will be sorry
to loose his professional services.
Dr. Boyce will however stay in
these parts.
Several cases of spearing fish
were brought before the magistrate
last Friday and the various weapons used were brought into court
The magistrate after hearing evidence decided to suspend the sentence,
Attention is called to the fact
that people who go picnicing and
light a fire must put the fire out
before they leave. There is a law
that covers this, and should the
case be found out the fine is a
heavy one. It is not sufficient to
leave the fire smouldering, apparently safe, for a wind might come
up and start a big bush fire. The
law in this respect will be strictly
enforced this year.
C. Hayman, brother of L. Hay-
man left on Wednesday last for the
prairie provinces. He intends to
make his future home there.
Discuss Rebuilding of
NOTICE.
Owing to the several advances in the
price of flour, we find ourselves compelled
to advance the price of bread in accordance, the advance to take effect on Monday the seventh day of June. The price
on that date and until further notice will
be fourteen loaves for one dollar.
Signed      BIGGIN & POOLE
McJANNETT & HALL
27-8 ' JOHN SUTHERLAND
Continued from page I
proper drainage system.
Mr. Elliott in explaining the
extension of the water system said
he wisoed the system.extended up
Bernard Avenue and also up Pendozi Street." He had "heard. ,much
about the wooden pipe and suggested its use.
Aid. Ball wished a general investigation of the wooden pipe
system gone into, he did not like
to see the iron pipes -connected
up with the wooden arrangements.
He thought "the wooden pipes all
right for irrigation purposes, but
did not like their use on the general water system.
Mr. G. Rose directed the minds
of the chairman and various speakers to the reason why the meeting
was called, they were present to
discuss the rebuilding of the power
house but the discussion had drift-'
ed to the water works system.
Mr. Stirling in returning to the
original matter proposed that the
city borrow the amount pi $3,000
for the erection of a suitable power house. The question was put
by the chairman, and a show of
hands resulted in the motion being
carried.
After another lengthy argument
in which nothing of- importance
was put forward, the meeting adjourned.
Thursday, June 17
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WATER NOTICE
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily
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AS LAW
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Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of the
"Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in
the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
(a.) The name, address and occupation
of the applicant.—Rosa Casorso, Kelowna,
B.CWithejyifei0LJohn_Ca_orto, Rancher.__
(If for mining purposes) Free Miner's
Certificate No.
(b.) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description is)—
An unnamed stream, flowing from a stream
rising 800 feet from North line of D. Mc-
Eachren's land in South half of Section 8,
Township 26.
(c.) The point of division.—At the
■aid Spring.
(d.) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second)—24 cubic feet
per secondhand 1-37 of cubic feet per
second for domestic purposes,
(e.) The character of the proposed
works.—The erection of a dam at said
spring and thence to convey the Water by
a ditch, flume or pipe to the place of use.
(f.) The premises or. which- the water
is to be used (describe same)—South half
Lot 132, in Group I, Osoyoos Division of
Yale. District.
(g.) The purpose for which the water
is to be used.—Is agricultural.
(h.) If for irrigation describe the land
intended to be irrigated, giving acreage.—
The South half of Lot. 132, in Group I,
Osoyoos Division of Yale District, containing eighty-five acres more or less.
(i.) If the water is to be used for power
or mining purposes describe the place
where the water is to be returned to some
natural channel, and the difference in altitude between point of diversion and point
of return.
(j.)   Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed . works.—None.
. (k.)'  This   notice  was~~posted  on   the
twenty-sixth day of. May,   1909,  and  application will be made to the Commissioner
'on the Twenty-sixth day of June, 1909.
|    (I.)   Give the names  and  addresses of
'any riparian proprietors or licensees who
or whose lands are likely  to   be  affected
by the proposed works, either above or
b?low the outlet.—None.
(Signature)   ROSA* CASORSO,
(P.O. Addrew)   Kelowna, B.C.
The Time, the Place,
and the Girl
A   good' show can be seen right
seen right here in Kelowna.
TIME:    Present.
PLACE:   Parker's  New Jewelry
Store..
GIRL:    Miss Kelowna.
THE ATTRACTION:
A nice new line of
Up-to-date Jewelry
•tivery reasonable prices.
Watches, Bracelets, Chains,
Fobs, Lorgnettes, Links,
Blouse Sets, Beauty Pins,
Scarf Pins, etc., etc.
Call  and   inspect   my  stock.   No
trouble to show goods.
WALTER M; PARKER
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER   ..
Bernard Avenue.
His Honor Dr. G. H. V. Bulyea,
Lieut.-Gov. of Alberta, Hon.
Richard McBride, Premier of
B. C, and Mr. Price Ellison,
M.P.P., are expected to deliver
Opening Addresses.
$1 50 in Prizes
Individual* Medals for War
- Winning Team.
ADMISSION:
Bleachers,10c Grand Stand,25c
_. Boxes, $3
Boxes each hold 8.     Single Box
Seats, 50c
Seats for 500
July 22 - Aug. 26
Subsequent Regattas:
In the Opera House at  8:15,
the  Naramata Stock Co., will
produce   the    rousing    farce
comedy
"All a Mistake"
Admission 50c. Children 35c.
All Seats Reserved
The Summerland Brass   and
Reed Band will render music
-duringtheday"
Special excursions from Kel-
i owna and Penticton
GO TO
The Oak Hall
FOR YOUR
Summer Negligee Shirts, all the newest
colors and styles
.Summer Underweai, all weights, qualities, and prices
Summer Hose, all colors and prices
Summer Trousers,  ih White  Duck,
White    and   Grey   Flannels,   and *
Fancy Stripes
See our Hat Windows on Saturday
Cool Hats for the. Hot Weather
Oak Hall Clothing Co.
The House of Fashion
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CITY COUNCIL MEETING
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Mr. Rose and Mr. Meugens attended on
behalf of the Aquatic Association. Mr.
Rose asked the council if they would
agree to the plans of the Association's
building being reduced in size, as they
had been unable to raise the subscriptions
at present, and wanted to get ahead with
the buildings. The season for bathing
was near at hand and he would like to
see a start made on the buildings. It was
further agreed that the building should be
put up so that future extensions could be
made.'
Permission was at once granted to do
this, it beine suggested that the buildings
should be started as soon as possible
Mr. Meugen's claims for damages was
again laid on the table for one week as no
satisfactory details were forthcoming.
The question of Mr. Bowes's tents was
next brought up, it being finally decided
to leave them where they are so as to allow the extrance to the park to go across
Lloyd-Jone's property.'-
The Mayor suggested a brick building
to be put up on the site of the old power
house.
' Aid. Cox thought cement better as the
foundation had stood the strain well; before and he considered the material fire-'
proof. It was also suggested to .build a
fireproof roof and to make the whole
business uninflamable. * l
_   The following motions Were carried :
Ball-Cox—That the Mayor and Treasurer be appointed to adjust the loss on the
Electric Light Plant ofthe fire of June 3rd,
1909, and to receive and receipt for all
money under the above 'adjustment-from
the Insurance Companies ihterested.   *
Elliott-Rowcliffe—That the" council expresses its appreciation of the satisfactory
and prompt adjustment made ' of the fire
loss of June 3rd, by Mr, A. A. Richardson
on behalf of the companies interested,
namely, The'" Royal Insurance Co., The
Norwich Union Insurance Co.," The Nova
Scotia Assurance Co. and The Phoenix
Insurance Co.
Ball-Elliott—That the council -approves
of the modification in the plans of the
Aquatic Association- building subject to
' the final approval of tKe Building Inspector.
Rowcliffe-Bailey—That the chairman of
the fire and water committee ' superintend
the work on the A. & T. grounds now
being done. /
Ball-Elliott—That the storehouse and
contents in connection with the electric
light plant be insured for the sum of $1500.
Ball-Rowcliffe—That the supervision
of the exhibition and "recreation grounds
be in the hands of the park committee.
Ball-Cox—That the .light committee be
instructed to'take the  necessary  steps  to
obtain plans, etc., for a new power house,
aud also to go into details .. of ,a contract
into which the Canadian Fairbanks Co. is
prepared to enter by their representative
Mr. Smith and report. <
Bailey-RowcIiffe-;-That the plan submitted by Mr. Dahlberg re addition to his
piemiae. be accepted. The building to be
composed of tire proof material.
The meeting then adjourned to meet
again at the call of the Mayor.
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The third council meeting of the week
was held on Tuesday at four o'clock, ir
order" to make arrangements with Mr,
Smith for the installing of a new plant at
the power house.
Mr. Smith submitted agreements which
were signed by the Mayor. Mr. Smith
said the Fairbanks Company wished payment of one third on ' the arrival of the
machinery, one third on the machinery
when set up and one third when the plant
was in full working order, and he estimated that the work would take about six
weeks. When asked if he' would guarantee this time Mr. Smith explained he
did not wish to enter into any agreement
of that kind, he could only promise to do
his best to get the work through.
Mr. Russell was present and was asked
for his report. He explained that the
plant as specified was the same as had
been already installed, with the exception
of the switch board, this he contended
was a much better switch board than the
one which had been desrroyed, as it had
two levers for the manipulation of the arc
lights.
It was agreed to accept the quotation
given by Mr. Smith on behalf of the Fairbanks Co. and to ask him to proceed with
the greatest possible speed.-
Mr. Smith agreed to take into his employ Mr. Russell arid Mr. Crowe and to
keep them at work pending the arrival of
the machinery.
The question of the new building -
next. laid before, the council. It was
agreed to make the building 10 feet longer
and three feet wider than the old building.
The estimated cost of the building would
be about $4,000, and it was decided to call
for tenders at once. Ih the meantime it
was suggested that Mr. Thomas should
get out plans and submit them at the next
meeting. , % -
An alteration was made in the minutes
of the previous meeting, viz: that Mr
Meugen's claim should/be laid on-the
table and not left open for discussion at
next meeting.
Mr. Wheeler attended and asked what
he should do with reference to" the 'drainage of his hotel, he did not like the present arrangements and asked leave to place
a pipe in, carrying the drainage away. He
explained that he wanted to go ahead
with the matter'and wanted the council to
Electric Light Wiring and
Installations
A full line of Fittings, Fixtures, Shades,
Lamps, etc.
Our work has never yet failed to pass inspection.
We have never yet been sent back on a contract.
Everything for the
Motor Boat or Automobile
Repairs done by experienced men only "
Call and inspect our stock
AUTOMOBILE GARAGE
The Okanagon Electrical Supply and Machinery Co.
JAMES BROS.
P.O. Box 90
Pendozi Street
'Phone 84
FOR FRUIT TREES
Now is the time to get after Aphis
and all insect pests.    One of the best -
sprays advised by the Government
Inspector of Fruit Pes$s is
Whale Oil Soap and
Quassia Chips
We can supply both in large or
small quantities.
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W. R. TRENCH,
Druggist Stationer Optician
We issue Dominion Express Orders
go  across
under   the
give permission for a pipe to
the street into the park, or else
street at the back of his premises.
The matter was left in the hands of Mr.
Ball to see what was the best way to relieve the difficulty.
The Mayor suggested tha't a public
meeting should be called to explain'the
position of the power house, and-after a
little discussion the date was fixed for the
the following day, Wednesday, June 9.
The following motions were carried :
Ellio'tt-Bailey—That we accept the tenders of the Canadian Fairbanks Co. for the
installing of a new electric light plant for
the sum of $7,500 according to the.agreement specified in the tender now in the
hands of the City Clerk, and that the
Mayor and City Clerk be "empowered to
sign papers.
Bayley-Elliott—That Mr. J. W. Thomas
be instructed to pieparc plans and specifications for a new power house, 88 feet
long-and and 39 feet wide, built of fireproof materials, with a separating brick
wall between the -oilerancl engine rooms.
"Aid Elliott gave notice that at the next
meeting of the council he would bring in
a by-law to raise the sum of $8,000 for the
purpose of extending the waterworks
system. ■- ~ -.""
The meeting then adjourned.
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BROWN BROTHERS COMPANY, NURSERYMEN,
LIMITED, of ONTARIO,
Are extensive growers of all kinds of Fruit Trees, and other Nur-~
aety. Stock such as Roses, Shrubs, and Ornamental Trees, and offer to
planters of Orchards, choice trees, true to name.
The most experienced planters realize that young trees grown in
Ontario, under somewhat similar conditions is prevail in the Interior of
this Province, are the best.
We are prepared to furnish "One year old trees," on a three year
old root, or a two year old tree on a four year old root, as desired, at
prices that will be considered reasonable.
We grow the Duchess Dwarf Pear very extensively, which ia being
used as a filler by a good many planters.   •
_ Our Peach, Apple. Pear, cherry and Plum treea are all of first qual
ity well grown, well rooted, and will please the most critical buyers.
Thorough cultivation in our Nurseries ensure a splendid root system
which of course is most necessary in a young tree. v
During the past two seasons we have successfully shipped our stock
■)       to all parts of the Province, and can guarantee satisfaction to all our
— patrons. '.■■'*.
The members of our firm are all practical Nurserymen, with long
experience, and they are giving their whole time to this one business,
constantly overseeing every detail of the work of growing, packing, '
shipping, etc   The fact is, we live among the .trees.-watching with
zealous care the development of every acre of our vast plantings.
7    This is a Canadian enterprise of 25 yeara standing, and our reputation is behind all our dealings, give us your order and you'Vrill not regret it.
We want a good reliable man to look after our business in Kelowna r
. and vicinity. -•  ,  _'
Apply for particulars in regard to prices and terms" to salesmen to
our British Columbia Branch Office. * *   -~ .    -
CHAS. L. TROTTER, Manager, l'!25r8th Ave. W.,    < ;'
- .Catalogue Free on Request     ,-  - -    ~~*5_*'*'      Vancouver.    -
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The woman who looks well and feels the most comfortable during the hot
summer .days is the one who is wearing one of the light, cool and smart looking
Waist Suits.      , ■'      ',
TWO PIECE DRESSES ' ,,
Chambrys, Ginghams and Fancy-Linens
Prices $4.50, $5.50, $6.50 and $8.00
SUITS, 3-5 LENGTH COAT
Duck and Linen Repp
Prices $6.50, $8.50 and $II.50
One Piece Princess Dresses, in selection of novelty styles, prices $6.50 and $8.50
Summer Beverages
Stylish Cotton Fabrics
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
Zephyrs and Gingham, charming summer T a'Bricsrin a score of^pretty new
patterns and colorings in checks, plaids
and novelty stripei 1.5c, 20c, <& 25c yd.
Muslins and Irish Dimitys
The very newest shades are here in the
smartest patterns, 35c, 50c & 65c yd.
Ladies will do well to see our showing
of Whitewear. For selection and values
this range can't* be beaten.
D. & A. .Corsets
Here you will find a complete showing
r_f   »all _4-i
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shapes that will fit perfectly all figures.
High, medium and low bust, long arid
short hip. Garters attached prices 75c,
$1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 a pair.
See our new Director Corset, prices
$1:75, $2.50 and $3.75 a pair.
Summer Net Corsets, Tape Girdles and
Children's Corset Waists, all sizes and
best qualities.
For me hot days when a
person is always " Dry " there
is nothing which refreshes _ind
quenches ones thirst as effectually as a glass of cold water
with a little
Montserrat Lime Juice
- Your Summer Hoisery, Best Styles at Lowest Prices
Women's fine cotton hose, with high spliced toes and heels, in black, tan and white, at 25c. a pair
Women's Extra Fine Gauze Lisle in Fancy Lace Ankle or plain styles, black or tan, 40c. a pair
Our range of Boy's and Children's xHoisery was never larger.     If you want
something to wear better and look better we can do it.
We.have it in two sizes
Pints       45c
Quarts    85c
Lipton's Lime Juice
Pints        25c
"   Quarts    45c
Ridgway's Tea
Positively the best Tea you
can buy. "The Cup^Ttfiat
Cheers."   Try it.
Ridgway's 5 o'clock Tea,60c
Ridgway's Old Countryv 50c
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Ridgway's AD. Coffee
We recommend it as the
very bestafter dinner Coffee
on the market* at 50c per lb.
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New Summer
-  Gloves
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New Collars, Belts
and Purses ••
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Great Clearing Sale of all
ummer
BARGAINS     BARGAINS     BARGAINS
Owing to the very backward Summer Season we have
decided to clear out all summer goods at greatly reduced
price. Space will not permit us to give you a full list of
the many bargains we ha\ e to offer you. It will pay you
to visit our store and see for yourselves. 	
331-3 per cent. Discount off
All Dress Goods
All Muslins, French Organdies, Vestings,
Mull Muslins, Piques, etc., etc.
All Curtain Muslins, Lace Curtains, Curtain Nets, etc.
20 per cent, off
All Prints, Ginghams, Ducks, Oxford Shirtings,
Galatea's and Flannelettes
BARGAINS IN LACES
750 yards of JLa.ce, regular 8, 10, 12J, 15, 20c,
your choice'for 5 c per yard.
350 yds. Liberty Satin Ribbons, 5  inches  wide,
all colors,   regular  35 c.   and   40c.   quality,
reduced to 20c. per yard.
25 per cent. Discount off
All Ladies' Blouses, (Silks, Nets, Muslins)
All White Cotton Underwear
All Ladies Cloth Skirts
All Children's Dresses, Coats and Aprons
All Children's Hats and Bonnets
All Cold Raw Silks
Gent's Furnishings and Clothing
Department
Men's Summer Suits at $  7.50, reduced to $ 6.00
 10.50        "        "      8.40
14.50      "      "    11.60
Boy's       " " 3.50       "       '■'     2.80
        4.00      "       "     3.20
5.00     "     ",   4.qo
20 per cent, discount off Boy's and Men's pants
Boot and Shoe Department
Our Store is noted for the Quality  of  Boots  we  Keep
Men . Tan Oxfords at $4.75, sale price $3.80
Men's Tan Calf Bluchers  at  $4.50  and  $5.50,
sale price $3.60 and $4.40
Men's Heavy Tan Calf Bluchers  at $5.00, sale
price $4.00
Men's 'K' Boots, English manufacture,  at $7.50
sale price $6.00
Men's 'rC Boots,  Tennis,   (White Buckskin) at
$5.50, sale price $4.40      . '
Men's Calf Bluchers, at $4.50  and  $5.00, sale
price $3.60 arid $4.00
Men's Pat. Oxfords,  at $4.50  and  $5.00, sale
price $3.60 and $4.00	
Boy's Pebble Boots, at $2.00, sale price $1.60
Boy's Box Calf Boots at $2.25, sale  price   $1.50
Boy's English Grain Boots $2.75, sale price $2.20
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, at $3.25   and   $3.50,  sale
price $2.60 and $2.80
Ladies' Oxblood Oxfords $3.50, reduced  $2.80
Ladies Fine Dongola Oxfords, at $3.00 and $3.50
reduced to $2.40 and $2.80
Ladies' Dongola Boots, at $3.50 and $4.00,  reduced to $2.80 and $3.20
Ladies' Pat. Boots, at $4.50, reduced to $3,60
Girl's Misses and Children's OxBlood  and Tan
Oxfords and Slippers at greatly reduced prices
This is an Opportunity which seldom occurs to buy Good Goods at greatly reduced prices
Don't Neglect the Opportunity These prices are for Cash only
The Kelowna Outfitting Store, W. B. M. Calder, Prop.
oing ricnieing
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Of course you are, every week this summer, and
doubtless you'll require the tasty things that go to
Make Appetising Sandwiches
Devilled Ham       Lemon Cheese      Caviar
Peanut Butter      Ham Loaf
C & B. Potted Meats    C. & B. Potted Fish
Pate de Foie Gras      Chicken Breasts
Veal and Tongue
COOLING DRINKS
Eiffel Tower Lemonade Welch's Grape Juice
C. & B. Raspberry Vinegar
Montserrat Lime Juice       C. &. B. Lemon Squash
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily
HOME MADE BREAD    '
thoma;
Phone 214
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1 Cent per word each subsequent
insertion, minimum 25 Cents.
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FOR SALE—Two good general purpose
horses, also thorougbred White Wyandotte chickens. Apply, C. C. Josselyn,
Grocer. 28-tf
WANTED—By experienced  married man
.management of farm or -ranch.     Apply
Box C Record Office. 28-31 f
WANTED—Strong boy   to' learn   bakery
business.    Apply Biggin & Poole.'     28tf
HOUSE FOR RENT. Apply C.C. Josselyn
28-31
NOTICE.
Tenders will be received by the City
Clerk for the contract to construct a fireproof Power House, size 39x88 feet. Plans
and specifications may be seen at City
Clerk's office. Tenders to be in by June
17th. 28
NOTICE.
•The private road to GetlatlyY wharf
will be closed to the public for 48 hours
from Friday morning June 11th.
D. E. GELLATLY.      28P
ENGLISHWOMAN desires position on a
ranch on the Okanagan Lake, as housekeeper to bachelor or widower. Apply
Harris, Post Office, Vernon. 28-31
FOR SALE—Clinker built boat:     Apply
P.O. Box 320, Kelowna.    .,,        .   27-8p
FOR SALE OR RENT---6 roomed house
on Ellis Street,' one acre and small
orchard.    Apply J. Christie, Kelowna.
27tf
FOR SALE—Good general purpose horse
$75.00. Apply, WHITEHEAD, Rutland. 24-27
FOR SALE—320 acres of land at $7.00 per
acre cash, or $8.25 on easy terms. Apply
to Ernest Snowsell, Alta Vista Ranch,
Kelowna, B. C. 20-tf
FOR SALE—14 Acres on K' L. O. Bench
for particulars, apply to P. O. Box 261.
Kelowna, B.C. I7tf
City of Kelowna
PRIZES FOR PLANS
The city council of Kelowna will receive
up to July 1st, at 12 noon, plans for the
improvement and development of the city
park. ' :■', ■■;'.
All plans must be based on an early expenditure of $3,500.00, any: further outlay
to extend over a period of years, and the
design.to embody a harmonious and progressive development of the park as a
♦/hole.     ;        ■■ 7 '' !■•.  ■
For the most meritorious ' and practical
plans the council will award first and, second prizes of $75.00 and $50.00 respectively, but the council reserves the right to
award one prize only, either first or second
or second or to "make. no award, should
the plans, in the' judgement .of the park
committee, be deemed of insufficient merit.
Blue'prints of a typographical survey of
the park may be   obtained   by intending
competitors from the city clerk.
Kelowna, B.C., G. H. DUNN,
26-28     May 26, 1909.       " City Clerk
WATER NOTICE
—■_____Bo__r
'■ Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of the
"Water Act, 1909,''to obtain a license in
the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
(a.). The name, address and occupation
of the applicant.—Rosa Casorso, Kelowna,
BC ■• _h» w!f« qMqKp r"..~».«-i3»T.-kl- --
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(If for mining.purposes) Free Miner's
Certificate No.
(b.) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description is)—
An unnamed stream, flowing from a stream
rising 800 feet from North line of D. Mc-
Eachren's land in South half of Section 8,
Township 26.
(c.) The point of division.—At '•the
said Spring.
(d.) The quantity of water applied; for
(in cubic feet per second)~2i cubic feet
per second, and 1-37 of cubic feet per
second for domestic purposes.
(e.) The character of the proposed
works.—The erection of a dam at said
spring and thence to convey the Water by
a ditch, flume or pipe to the place o( use.
(f.) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same)—South half
Lot 132, in Group I, Osoyoos Division of
Yale District.
(g.) The purpose for which the. water
is to be used.—-Is agricultural.
(h.) If for irrigation describe the land
intended to be irrigated, giving acreage.—
The South half of Lot 132, in Group 1,
Osoyoos Division of Yale District, containing eighty-five acres more or less.   '
(r.) -If the water is to be used for power
or mining purposes describe the place
where the water is to be returned to some
natural channel, and the difference in altitude between point of diversion and: point
of.return.;
(j.) Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied-by the proposed  works.—None.
(It.) This notice was posted on the
twenty-sixth day of May, 1909, and ap.
plication will be made to the Commissioner
on the Twenty-sixth day of June, 1909.
(1.) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees who
or whose lands are likely to be affected
by the proposed works, either above or
below the outlet.—None.
(Signature)   ROSA CASORSO,
(P.O. Address)   Kelowna, B.C.
Mr.- J. E. Wheeler has just re-
I ceived two more Shetland ponies,
this makes his total stock consist
cf five.
An interesting wedding was sol-
omnized last Monday, when Miss
S. C Allen "was married to Mr. H.
C Childers. The ceremony, which
took place early in the morning
was attenddd by several friends
and relations of the bride and
bridegroom. The Rev. T. Greene
officiating. The happy pair left
by Monday's boat for the Coast
carrying with them the , congratulations of the people who congregated to see them off and a goodly quantity of rice.'
Doctor Boyce hai retired from
general practice, having decided
to attend only to very special cases
Many who have been attended by
this iminent physician will be sorry
to loose his professional services.
Dr. Boyce will however stay in
these parts.
Several cases of spearing fish
were brought before the magistrate
last Friday and the various weapons used were brought into court
The magistrate after hearing evidence decided to suspend the sentence,
Attention is called to the fact
that people who go picnicing-'- and
light a fire must put the fire out
before they leave. There is a law
that covers this, and should the
case be found out the fine is a
heavy one. It is not sufficient to
leave the fire smouldering, apparently safe, for a wind might come
up and start a big bush fire. The
law in this respect will ,be • strictly
enforced this year.
C Hayman, brother of L. Hay-
man left on Wednesday last for the
prairie provinces. He intends to
make his future home there.
Power House
NOTICE.
Owing to the several advances in the.
price of flour, we find ourselves compelled
to advance the price of bread in accordance, the advance to take effect on Monday the seventh-day of June. The price
on that date and until further notice will
be 'fourteen loaves for one dollar.
Signed      BIGGIN & POOLE    ■
McJANNETT & HALL
27-8 JOHN SUTHERLAND
Continued from page I
proper drainage system.,
Mr. Elliott in explaining the
extension of the water system said
he wisoed the system extended up
Bernard Avenue and also up Pendozi Street. He had heard much
about the wooden pipe and suggested its use.
Aid. Ball wished a general investigation of the wooden pipe
system gone into, he did not like
to see the iron pipes connected
up with the wooden arrangements.
He thought the wooden pipes all
right for irrigation purposes, but
did not like their use on the general water system.
Mr. G. Rose directed, the minds
ofthe chairman and various speakers to the reason why the meeting
was called, they were present to
discuss the rebuilding of the power
house but the discussion had drifted to the water works system.
. Mr. Stirling in returning to the
original matter proposed that the
city, borrow the amount of $3,000
for the erection of a suitable power house. The question was put
by the chairman, and a show of
hands resulted in the motion being
carried.
After another lengthy argument
in which nothing of importance
was put forward, the meeting adjourned.
Thursday, June 17
The Time, the Place,
and the Girl
A   good  show can be seen right
seen right hers in Kelowna.
TIME:   Present.
PLACE:   Parker's  New Jewelry
Store.
GIRL:   Miss Kelowna.
THE ATTRACTION:
A nice new line.of
Up-to-date Jewelry
at very reasonable prices.
Watches, Bracelets, Chains,
' Fobs, Lorgnettes, Links,
Blouse Sets, Beauty Pins,
Scarf Pins, etc., etc'
Call  and  inspect  my  stock.   No
trouble to show goods.
WALTER M. PARKER
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
Bernard Avenue.
His Honor Dr. G. H. V. Bulyea,
Lieut.-Gov. of Alberta, Hon.'
Richard McBride, Premier of
B. C, and Mr. Price Ellison,
M.P.P., are expected to deliver
Opening Addresses.
$1 50 in Prizes
Individual Medals for War
Winning-Team. _
,      ADMISSION:
Bleachers,10c Grand Stand,25c
'•-* Boxes, $3
Boxes each hold 8.     Single Box   -
.Seats, 50c
Seats for 500   "
July 22-Aug, 2 6
Subsequent Regattas:
In the Opera House at  8:15,,
the  Naramata Stock Co., will
produce   the    rousing    farce
j;omedy
"AD a Mistake"
Admission 50c.      ', Children 35 c.
. All Seats Reserved
The Summerland Brass and
Reed Band will render music
~^ during therday ~~~
Special  excursions  from Kelowna and Penticton
GO TO
The Oak Hall
FOR YOUR
Summer Negligee Shirts, all the newest
colors and styles
Summer Underweai, all weights, qualities, and.prices
Summer Hose, all colors and prices
Summer Trousers, in White Duck,
White and Grey Flannels, and
Fancy Stripes
See our Hat Windows on Saturday
Cool Hats for the Hot Weather
Oak Hall Clothing Co.
The House of Fashion
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