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And the world is.
with you; Quit and
you stand alone. '
Circulation Highest,
Rates Lowest.
TfeOrctard Qrty   o
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Job Printi
Special Fa
Class Half-Tone and
General  Letterpress
Work.    A';;,;■};;
VOL. II.   NO. 35.
$1.50 Per Annum.
Gity Council
Short Session - Routine Work.
The city council held a very
brief session last Monday, the
Mayor, Aid. Harvey, Leckie, and
Stirling being present. '
Tbe minutes of last meeting were
adopted, and , the following accounts referred to the finance
committee, to be paid if found
Dunlop Tire and   Rubber  Goods
',   Co., 2$ in.  Anderson controlling
nozzle. ; $ 5.1 45
Municipal Construction Co., Water
works supplies   812 43
B. A.   Moorhouse,   revising    city
maps :......-..     12 00
Globe Printing Co., Ad. " Constable
Wanted"....  ........ 18 90
C.P.R., freight on oil........ .„ I 90
R. Rowe, work, water extensions... 30 46
C. Harvey, land for Richter street,
(Account of 1908). ::....  100 00
The question of watering Pen-
' dozi street came up for discussion,
By-law,No. 79 having been framed
for the levying of a special frontage
tax for the purpose on the same
lines as the one in operation for the
business part of the town.
It was suggested' that the season
was rather advanced for' the introduction, of., such a by-law.. An
objection was also raised that the
rate of three cents per foot frontage
which is paid by the business men*
was too high when applied . to
Pendozi street, as that, road was
very much narrower than: Main
street, and would.-;, consequently
take very much less' watering;   :
The mayor mentioned^ that the
present rate of three 'cents in the'
centre of the city would, produce
in the five months during which
watering was to^l^j^a^intted1 a;
'surplus of $50. This surplus might
be applied to the watering of
Pendozi street. '
The by-law eventually ^received
its first reading, the question.of the
rate being left over for-future consideration.
A motion was also carried that
By-laws Nb; 74, for the Raising of
$3000 to complete.the erection of
the public school, and No. 75, to
raise $5000 for the further extension of the water system, be
re-considered and finally passed.
These are the two money by-laws
which were recently voted, upon
and carried by the electors, . By-
\avf» No. 7 7, regulating. the speed
of automobiles, and No. 78; for the
raising of .a temporary loan, were
also finally passed.
. The meeting then' adjourned
until Monday, next, August 1st, at
10 a.m. ,
Provincial   Poultry  Associa-
~     ti(im to be Chrganized
A convention is to be held in
Vancouver on August 18th for the
purpose of organizing a "British
Columbia Poultry Association."
Stated in a few words, the chief
aim and object of the Association
is "Better Poultry, and more of it."
The field of work will engage 'every
poultry interest.' It will seek to
disseminate throughout the Province a thorough knowledge of the
latest and mostprogressive methods
of rearing and caring for domestic
fowls. Its particular mission will
be to secure a more widespread
interest in thoroughbred pbultry.
It is expected that the Provincial
Association will hold an Annual
Provincial Poultry Show.
The membership fee is fixed at
one dollar, and covers many privileges. Persons wishing to join
should commumicate with Mr. M.
A. Jull, Department of Argriculture
Victoria.        A
We regret to announce the death
on Wednesday, of Levi Chas. Jbnes,
father of Mrs. W. B. M. Calder, at
the advanced age of 79 years. The
body is to be taken to Neepawa,
Man., for interment, and ' service
will be held tomorrow morning at
Mr. Calder's house at 7:30, before
the boat leaves.
Jim Receives
Last Call
J. W. Wilks Drowned Whilst
Fishing on the Lake.
Poor old Jim I He has left Ke-
owna at last I For a long time we
tried hard to believe it was one of
his little jokes, and that we should
see him chuckling in the doorway
of hi? old curiosity, shop at the way
we had all been fooled. But it is
no good.    He is gone sure.:
He started off last Thursday
morning as he has started hundreds
of times, for a day's-fishing. Neil
Gregory helped him to push off his
boat. This was how the" rumor
started that Neil was with him at
the time of the accident. But Neil
stayed behind, and crossed to the
beach later with F. R. E. DeHart.
The" last seen of Jim Wilks was
in the • terrific wind storm which
sprang up about two or three
o'clock, in the afternoon. One of
the worst winds ever experienced
came down on the lake with scarcely any warning and lashed the
water into white waves, driving all
small craft before it. Jim was
noticed by several in his little boat
near the point at Manhattan beach
apparently making for land. Then
he seemed to turn but into the lake
again; sbme say to rec'overer a lost
bar or,|b;haul in his line.    .  7
He must Have been struck broadside on and thrown overboard; for
the next thing observed was -that-]
the boat Was empty eihd; Jim's hat
Iwas floating in the water.     A
/The ss. York put out,'at oncie for
the spot, but nothing could be seen
but the "empty boat, a hat and a
single oar. These were- taken to
shore, after a vain search for. .their
0\Vher. Jim was a string swimmer
and had the water been less rough
he might have, reached land all
right. But few could7have: held
but long with such a terrific gale
blowing. '■'
A search party went out in Hay-
man's Tut Tut; aivihouror so after
when the storm had subsided a
little, taking a grappling iron, to
drag th«s: spot,i bitt nothing was
^found save the lost oar, the . boat
cushion, and old box with some
fishing tackle. A
Up to the present the body lias
not been recovered and probably
never will be, owing to the tremendous depth of water in the lake. "
For six years Mr. Wilks has been a
familiar figure in the life of the town.
His musical talent, which was of no
ordinary kind, has figured at most
of the concerts and dances, and his
enthusiasm for sports of all kinds has
been behind many a holiday's enjoyment. 7
His chief hobby was fishing and
he wafr-mever so . happy as when
out in. his,.boat7or__ following- ths
creeks with his rod and line.
He was a liveryman and freeman
of the city of London, England, and
had held some good positions in the
Old Country. Of his family little
is known. It is understood that he
had a wife and two daughters in
New Zealand whom it was his intention to join at an early date.
His wife is being communicated
with as to the disposal of his affairs
which are at present in the hands
ofthe Forester's Lodge, of which
,body he was until recently financial
B.C. Small Fruits Haye Shipped
Remarkably Well
B. C. Small Fruits Could Not Supply Demand in West.
California Peaches Compete with Home Grown Fruit.
W. E. Scott Seeking Location
for Demonstration Orchards
Mr. W.E. Scott deputy minister
of agriculture, is making an extended tour of the province preliminary to the allotment of the government's various demonstration
orchards. The deputy minister will
traverse the Kamloops, Okanagan,
Kootenay, Columbia Valley, Boundary, Crfinbrook, Rossland, and
neighbor districts returning home
by way of the lower Mainland.
He does not expect to decide during . his travels the precise location of each demonstration orchard,
but rather to select the localities in
which these will be placed. Final
selections, will however, be -made
in ample time forr autumn planting
where such is desirable (as on the
lower Mainland and Vancouver
Island) and for spring planting
The latest report from the government, fruit commissioner, Mr. J.
C. Metcalfe, is as follows:
Edmonton, July 18—I saw strawberries here in McPherson Fruit
Company's warehouse, • from a
number of growers at Nelson fcnd
other points in .B. C. AU had arrived, in good condition, but were
running a little under size. "The
McPherson Fruit Co. reports Nelson
strawberries arriving in good condition this season to date, with one
or two exceptions; at the same time
stated season was nearly over.
Large shipments of raspberries
arrived here Sunday, the 10, and
to-day by express from B.C. Prices
are being well maintained and
selling retail $2.50 per case.
B. C. cherries arriving" in good
condition and in lesser quantities
at present.
Red Deer, July 12.—Agent here
reports all small fruits to present
date arriving in good condition.
Fruit dealers here report the same,
but complain of short supply; stated
they did not get 25 per cent, of
what they wanted to supply their
Raspberries coming in freely
now and in good condition This
point cfah handle a car load of
early mixed fruits, prunes, peaches,
apricots, crabs and early apples,
and later on car of fall and winter
apples and pears.
Express rate from Calgary to this
point, $1.30 per hundred pounds?
Local freight rate : apples,. 2 7 cts.;
mixed fruits, 37 cents. They have
a local freight refrigerator car service twice a week for fruit from
Calgary along this line..
Lacombe, July 13..—Agent at this
point reports all small fruits arriving
in excellent condition . to date.
Cherries and raspberries corning in
in fair quantities: now from B. C.
Dealers here report favorably of
all small fruits this season, but report supply of strawberries were
far short of the demand. This is
another point that can handle car
of early mixed fruits; and later car
of tall and winter apples and
pears. A branch line of the C.P.R.
runs out from here to Stettler and
other points, and creates a larger
demand for fruit at this point.
Ponoka, July 13.-^-Agent here reports all small fruits arriving in
good condition to date. Cherries
and raspberries are coming in
freely now from B. C. Fruit dealers at this point report strawberries
coming in excellent condition this
season, but short supply. Did not
get 50 per cent, of what they wanted tb meet'demand. Are looking
forward "to supply of B. C. large
fiuits. Report they were mu.ch
disappointed in Ontario fruits last
season. The following are prices
for American fruits. being quoted
by jobbers to retailers at points
along this line, July 13th:
Cal. apricots in ten case lots..$1.40
Cal. apricots leSs than ten case
lots  1.50
Cal. peaches; St. Johns and
Tiiumphs per case  1.35
Washington peach plums per
case.,.....,    1.35
California plums ...:./....  1.75
California apples...  2.25
California pears...........  4.50
Leduc, July 14.—Agent here reports small fruits arriving in good
condition this season to date.
Dealers report the same, tut .supply
far short of demand. Could not
obtain 50 p.c. of what was needed
of strawberries, either from jobbers
or growers in B. C. To ally these
points jobbers,, later on, run car up
line and distribute, plums, prunes
and other fruits, making it impossible to ship by express and compete with.' them.7 Prices are cut
very close, and retailers in many
cases sell very close on cost, using
it as an advertisement to draw trade
and making it impossible for strictly
fruit dealers to handle with much
profit.  i :•.:■. 7 ■.
Edmonton,   July   15.— Dealers
here report small fruits arriving
good condition this season to date,
with a few exceptions, but stated
it arrived in much better condition
than in former seasons. The supply
comes mainly from B.C., and obtain
from both jobbers and grower-
direct. Reported cherries arrived
in some cases a little soft. Jobbers
prices to retailers at this date, July
B.C. cherries, case, 4 baskets...$2.25 to 2.50
B.C. rasps., case, 24 bas., 2-5... 2.50 to 2.73
Cal. pears per case "..;... 4.50
Cal. plums per case.....  2.10 to 2.50
Cal. peaches per case........ ...  1.60 to 1.75
Wash, apples per small box... 3.00
Wash, apricots per case.... 1.50
Manager of Brown Fruit Company
here stated hq had just received a
wire from Pioneer Fruit Company,
Brandon, reporting three cars of
California peaches had arrived at
that point for\McPherdon Fruit Co.,
and was obliged' to buy car, of
California peaches to protect their
trade, as their competitors were
filling the markets with California
I think it absolutely necessary
that B. G. shippers should get
quotations into the hands of jobbers
at all points as quickly as possible
for the purpp-e of preventing in a
measure jobbers from buying and
Iba: ing retailers, and retailers'
consumers with American peaches.
I have seen quotations from California and Washington shippers to
jobbers here, quoting California
peaches 337 cents per case, f. o. b.
there. Washington 40 cents per
case. In asking the manager of
Brown .Fruit'Company here, if he
had -received any quotations from
B. C. shippers, he replied in the
negative; then, correcting himself,
said he had from one firm of shippers in B. C, but had thrown it Mn
the' waste-basket, as prices were so
high in comparison with American
quotations, he could not handle at
the prices quoted by this firm.
While in the office with him he 're'-.
ceived a wire of 150 cases of peach
plums being at Calgary, and the
fruit was from Spokane at $1. per
case; there, Calgary, of course. This
was not a legitimate quotation for
some reason or other, and he refused to buy or handle, as he had
just received a car of California
mixed fruits, and was long on
plums. . .   f?'.A
-I noticed the following in a paper
1 Sacramento, Cal., July 14. — The
largest shipment of fruit ever sent
from the Sacramerito Valley was
despatched yesterday, when 75
car loads of plums, pears and
peaches left for points in Canada
and eastern parts of United States.
There were nearly two million
pounds of fruits in cars. These
show the immense quantities of
different kinds of fruits, in a
measure, that are being shipped
into Canadian markets, by California shippers. There is danger of
their filling our markets to a great
extent before ours are ready for
shipment. The time for apricots
and peaches being shipped is so
near, that I repeat again : I think it'
important and necessary that shippers in B.C. should send quotations
and' close with jobbers and retailers for the sale of their peach
product. Jobbers state they have
asked for quotations from B. C.
shippers and have not received
any, with one or two exceptions.
It is to be feared they will not wait,
but close with American shippers
for their fruit. The following are
quotations from Wenatchee Valley^
which I saw here in jobbing houses
of two different dates:
Wenatchee, July 11 th.
Apricots per case $ .65
Peach plums    .75
Apples, large box ...,.   .90
' Peaches, Crawford, Triumph, Hales
.Early ....;	
Wenatchee, July 15th.
Apples, per large box .,	
Peaches, per box ....,:....
Apricots, per box	
Pears, Bartletts, per box .....,,
Pears, Flemish Beauty, per box......
Apples run from 4 to 4_r tier in a
box. Apricots and apples ready
now. Pears will be ready July
20th. Wenatchee Valley fruit is
some days earlier than Yakima.
Apricots do not seem to,be a heavy
crop as in the case of peaches, and
prices for cots wiil likely be firm
at 6'5c. f. o. b. there, but in the case
of peaches when the crop from
Yakima comes in, prices are likely
to rule low, but if markets are not
filled entirely by American fmit
from this point, markets later on
will probably stiffen and prices rise
agdin. Italian prunes have not
been quoted as yet, although reported a good crop. The report
that White & Crum, Lewiston,
Idaho, had bought out the Nash
interests in Canadian houses, is not
correct, but they have bought stock
in these houses for the purpose of
obtaining or gaining a preference
in the sale of their fruit products to
the Canadian houses. Large consignments of fruit, no doubt, will
reach these markets from Wenatchee and Yakima this season, and
these will prove the most disastrous
as7to the breaking of prices. Jobbers will suffer no loss, only by
way bf reduced commission.
To ■summarize, our : shippers
should use every endeavour to get
hold of these markets through
jobbers and retailers at once. Ship
the best fruit, well packed and in
good condition. Buyers will protect themselves against poor and
over rijpe fruit, or from any cause
whatever that will occasion loss
and if fruit of this kind is shipped,
it will be sacrificed no doubt. Perfect all your arrangements and
details in every way possible for
handling your fruit crop^ promptly
when ready.
Yours truly,  •
(Signed)   J,,C. METCALFE.
Commis8i6nei.'    .
Kamloops to Okanagan
Railway Line.
The construction by the Canadian
Northern of a branch into' the Okanagan Valley, from a pbint on the
main line of the company at or, ii}
the vicinity of Kamloops, is indicr
ated by reports received fronrirj
It is declared that in all probability work on building this branch
will be started next year, and that
it is one of mariylines which Premier
McBride had in midd when atjhe
last session of the provincial legislature he prophesied for British Columbia great railway development,
on the heels of the construction of
the Canadian Northern. It is stated that an arrangement . has been
suggested between the city of Kamloops and the-Canadian Northern
by which construction of the branch
to Okanagan will be _ commenced
next year and pushed to completion. (i
A reconnaisance survey) of the
route proposed for the Okanagan
branch is reported" to have been
made by railway surveyors last year.
Generally the route will, it is said,"
follow the old stage route between
Kamloops and the Okanagan, traversing the Grand Prairie district,
Campbell creek and the upper Salmon River Valley. The construction of a railway through this
territory would open up an immense track of very valuable
agricultural land.
Rutland News.
(From our own corespondent.)
New York is suffering fiom a
terrible heat wave, which has already resulted in twenty - four
deaths and prostrations without
end. The public baths are continually crowded with thousands of
heat crazed people who seek this
means of relief.
The most conflicting statements
are appearing in the press with
respect to the crop on the prairies.
One day pessimistic writers will
declare that drought and storms
have ruined everything, and the
next mail will bring reports of fair
prospects and an average crop. '
The valley is not, after all, to be
favored with a visit frorn Sir Wilfrid
Laurier. The revised itenerary includes a meeting in Kamloops on
August 26th, whence the premier
'^ill leave for Revelstoke and .the
Billy Brown came to town last
week from Vancouver, and gave
Rutland a flying visit. He says he
prefers sawing wood to growing
beans and cabbages.
Miss A. Vance is paying a visit
to her brother at the Methodist
The Lawn Social organized by
the Methodist Epworth League.and
held at the home of Mr. W. H.
Fleming, on Tuesday evening, was
a good success as per usual. The
young people certainly rally around
these social gatherings and enjoy
themselves. The evening ■ being
rather cool the ice cream was not
in very great demand ; in fact, one
boy was known to take two dishes
straight and then shiver for half an
hour afterwards. The 'hilarious
crowd who drove from Kelowna
under the guidance of Dr. Baker,
contributed greatly to the good
time judging from the sounds
floating across the valley. Staid and
reverend seniors were seen playing the old games, " Dropping the
handkerchief" etc. Tfie musical
programme was also appreciated,
Miss Dilworth of Victoria giving
two selections, Mrs. Dolsen- of Benvoulin, sang that good old favourite
"When you.and I /were young
Maggie." Rev Mr. Davidson of
Kelowna delivered a pleasing and
witty a _dress, while bur old trusties
Messrs. G. Whitetaker and Ed.
Clarke also sang. Rev. W. Vance
occupied the chair. We understand
the proceeds were satisfactory, and
are to be devoted to that praiseworthy, object. A new and larger
A public -meeting was'held in '
the Hall Saturday last for the pur-'
pose of electing delegates to attend
the Irrigation Convention at Kamloops next week.   A good number
turned  out and some discussion
took place upon the' generally unsatisfactory    state   of   the > ivater
siQ>plv throughout the whole valley.
Mr. M. Hereron was voted to the
cfiajr, and explained the object of
thie. meeting.    He said that though
this was a good plaice ta live in,
there must be water and plenty of
it.    Men had paid arid were paying
fcyr water and not getting it, and he
thought   the' government" should
take  over the whole system, and
build dams and pipe lines so that
the farmer could have water just
when he needed it.   A good deal
of lively chat took place in reference to that amphibious animal the
water hog; as to the exact amount -
of water needed for fruit and vege-,
table growing;   and the man who
will persist in interfering with gates
and. ditches.     The  feeling of the
meeting was eventually put upon~
record when it Was moved by Mr.
C. H. Leathley, seconded  byj Mr.
Dalgleish, " That this meeting is of
the opinion   the   government   of
British  Columbia  should   assume
control of all water rights and systems in  the province, and that a
petition to that effect be circulated
throughought the district, and presented to the convention at Kamloops."      This  was unanimously
carried, and it was also decided to
send a delegate from the district,
and  to  call  a special meeting on
Saturday  the  30th in the Hall at
7.30 for the  purpose of electing
same. x
West Side Notts.
Mr. J. Downton, 6f Summerland,
was in town Wednesday.
Mr. Vernon, of West Side, has
completed picking his first crop of
peaches, and is now busy with
apricots. 7
'   Urban McDbugal hurt his hand
last Saturday, and  is now under
the doctor's care.
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The deer have come down from
the mountains to escape the "flies,
which are swarming up there*
A party, consisting of Messrs.
Sternberg, Hehner, Dane, Hayman
and Wade returned last week from,
a^forty mile ride oVer the mountains towards Nicola.
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The Orchard Gity Record
Thursday, July 28
The Kelotona Land
and Orchard Co.,
W.C. T.U. Notes.
Conducted by the Ladies of the Kelcwna branch
of the W. C. T. U.
The W.C. T. U. meet every second Tuesday of the month at the home of one or
other of the members. Visitors are always
Grouping Temparance Mooement in
Cadder Avenue       Abbott Street
Willow Avenue
On Easy Terms
Under Irrigation and Domestic Systems
K. L. 0. Co.'s Office, Leon St.
Your Photograph
made at
Gratis Photo Studio
can be mounted in the very latest
Call and see samples and arrange for a sitting.
Rowcliffe Block.
All kinds of Shoes Cleaned
and Polished.
Tan Shoes Dyed Black.
Travelling Bags and other Leather-
Goods Cleaned and DressecJ.
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Entrance to Raymer s Building.
Dublin, June 20.—Ireland was the birthplace of the first great temperance movement when the Father Matthew crusade
was started more than a generation ago,
and today she has again the honor of giving the whole kingdom in the matter of
temperance. The " Catch my Pal " movement which began in Armagh less than a
year ago, has spread to England and Scotland and promises to have an effect there
quite as revolutionary as they had in Ire
land. '
Branches of the organization have just
been established in London, and the founder of the movement, the Rev. R. J. Patterson of Armagh, is in so great demand to
start fresh branches that it ia evident he
will soon have to give up his pastorate and
devote his whole time to the work.
The " Catch my Pal " organization which
now has 120,000 enrolled members in he-
land owes its origin to a most trivial incident. Mr. Paterson who is a Presbyterian
clergyman, had been lecturing on tempering his church in Armagh, but the lectures
were just part of his ordinary work, and
he had no idea that they, were to be the
starting point of a great wave of reform.
On July 13th 1909, he was going alohg the
street when he noticed six men lounging
about a lamppost. One of them came over
and spoke to him. " There are five men
your reverence," he said "that you ought to
get to sign' the pledge." The incident
struck Mr. Paterson as peculiar and he
crossed the street and had,a chat with the
men. The result of it was that they called
at his house latter in the day and expressed
their willingness to become total abstainers. .|
Mr. Patterson wa3 pleased, of course, but
he pointed out to the men that they could
get others to follow their example. "All
right" said one "I know a pal I can catch."
Another thought he also could "Catch a
Pal" and before they left th^y had promised
to bring in at least one "pal." The expression struck Mr. Patterson and he determined to adopt it as the label bf his movement, which from that day. spread with
amazing rapidity. The influence which it
made can be judged from statements made
at Lambeth Palace .London, the other day
at a conference of the'bishops of the Anglican church. The Right Rev. Dr. Crozier,
Bishop of Down Connor and Dromore said
he could name dozens of towns in the
north of Ireland were there had been no
petty sessions on account of the influence
of the "Catch my Pal" movement. One of
them is Armagh, and if is common knowledge that in the past the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland has not been notably free
from drunkenness and crime.
Anther remarkable feature of the new
crusade is the way in which it has brough
all religious denominations together. The
Roman Catholic priests are just as enthuias-
tic "Catch my Pallers" as their Protestant
confreres and constantly appear on the
same platform with them. The different
Protestant denominations seem to have
sunk all differences and instances are common now of Church of Ireland clergymen
taking the services in Presbyterian churches
and vise versa. Hundreds of publicans
have gone out of business and hundreds
more are thinking so and the Irish pawn-
brokeca are alio suffering in the diminution
in the volume of their trade.
Town and Country
Mr.   W.   G.   Benson   will   have
charge of the Summerland branch
J-of the Bank of Montreal during the
holiday of Mr.; May, the manager
Miss Latimer, Mr?. Peterman's
sister, is at present visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Peterman, of
Miss Inez Stainton, who has been
staying for the past two weeks with
her aunt, Mrs. (Rev.) D. J. Welsh,
left Friday last for her home at
The Rev. D. J. Welsh returned
last Thursday from the coast'where
he has been spending a fortnight's
holiday. He conducted services
last Sunday.
M. A. A. Gow, manager ' of the
Royal Bank, left last Friday for the
coast on; holiday bent. He will be
away for two weeks.
The Kelowna Hospital Society
beg to acknowledge receipt of the
following subscriptions:
G. H. Dunn $10
W. Haug 10
P. B. Willits 10
G. A. McKay 10
Baptist Church        10
Dr. and Mrs. Gaddes ' returned
Mnoday from the, coast,
An " At Home," in connection
with the Epworth League of the
Methodist church was held last
Monday evening at the home of
Mr. M. J. Curts. A pleasant evening
was spent with music, games, etc.
Mr. A. B. Knox, an old-timer of
Kelowna, and owner of considerable property in the district, was
down from Vernon this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hopkins returned Monday from a trip to
Saskatchewan. f
Mrs. F. Budden and her sister,
Mrs. J. J. Doherty, left Monday for
Nanaimo for a short stay.
Mr. Raymer and a large gang of
men have been working hard all
the week on the large new grand
stand which the Aquatic Association are erecting to the west of the
pavilion. The stand will accom-
date some eight hundred people.
It is to be ready for the regatta on
August 10th and 11 t.h fj^E
Rev. D. J. Welsh will conduct
service next Sunday at 11 a.m. in the.
Baptist church and at 7 p.m.
in the Presbyterian church. The
morning discourse "The basis of
of Answered Prayer" and for the
evening "The Unavoidable Christ."
The Biggest Little
Nuisance That
Ever Was.
That is  what one CORN
CRIPPLE called it.    Might
"just as well have two good
feet to walk on.
If your boots are too small;
and you can't get them
stretched, give them away.
Your Feet are Worth More
Than the Boots.
Then spend a quarter for
a bottle of
Corn Cure
And get relief.
NyalVs "Ease-em" is
a good thing to sprinkle
into new boots.
P. B. Hits _ Co.
Kelowna.    B. C.
Mr. W. Shand, of South Okanagan,. is in danger of losing his
right arm as the result of an injury
which is cutting off the blood supply, causing the-limb to die.
A meeting. of the Farmers'.
Institute has been called for Monday next in Raymer's Hall, at 8
o'clock, for the purpose of discussing the subject or " Irrigation,"
and appointing a delegate to attend the convention at Kamloops.
A distressing accident occurred
last Tuesday at Penticton. Edwin
Quant, one of the waiters on the
as. wKanagan, was uiving from the
new C. P. R. steamer, 'vhich went
down the lake yesterday, into rather
shallow water. He had the misfortune to strike his head in such a
way that his spine was injured.
Paralysis set in, and his condition
became serious. He was removed
Wednesday morning to the Vernon
hospital. Quant is well known in
Kelowna, having lived here for
some time. He is a bright, popular
lad of about 18, and general regret is felt at his mishap.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Henderson, of
Regina, are visiting at Mr. C.
Martin's this week. •
Miss Messenger left Wednesday
morning for Vancouver.
The regatta at Peachland last
Thursday was unfortunate in the
matter of weather, and part of the
programme had to be abandoned.
Peachland again proved the "winning team in the senior war canoe
events. They thus win the Robinson Shield, the Foresters' and
Lang Cups. Kelowna won the
Junior War Canoe Race, and in
several ofthe other events Kelowna
competitors took the lead.
Dr. Mathison, Dentist, Rowcliffe
Block.   Phone 89.
When the stomach fails to perform it4
functions, the bowels become deranged,
the liver and the kidneys congested causing numerous diseases. The stomach and
liyer must be restored to a healthy condition
and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets can he depended upon to do it.
Easy to take and roost effective. Sold hy
all druggists.
" The Mighty Reo."
The car with the get-there-and-back
'■.'■■■ quality.
Wait until you have seen a Reo
before buying your automobile.
Impress upon your minds these two special facts: .
Robin  Hood Flour must satisfy you in two   .
■   fair trials, or you can have your money back.
It is the guaranteed flour. ''
Robin  Hood Flour absorbs more moisture
than other flours, therefore add more water
when you use it, and get a larger whiter loaf.
Oats, Bran, Wheats
Barley and Oat Chop
Fresh Clean Stock, Just In.
Just placed in. stock,
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Dealers in Farm and
Orchard Implements
Pendozi St. and Lawrence Avenue.
PHONE 150 "
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To Housekeepers.
Ensure the best results in Pickling by using
only the best ingredients.
We have in stock and can recommend
~   the following:
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Drugs and Stationery. /
Skims Glean, Turns Easy,
It runs and does perfect work without being level.
It lessens your work and increases your profits.
It is the busiest bee on the farm—it works every day.
It is the Holdfast machine, others come and go, but the
"Magnet" works on forever, making money.
Sold on Easy Terms. Call and Inspect.
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Thursday, July
The Orchard Cittj Record
Can You
Count the
Hairs of
Your Head
If your hair is falling put
it will be but a short time
until youcan cbiintf thpirK
When hair starts ;to fall
there is a reason—there
is lack of nourishm(?rit; at
the roots," The hkir bulbs
need      Stimulating
Will do '' that and do it
promptly. It is beneficial
to the whole scalp. ' It
destroys the germs 'that
may be working at the
roots'b_ ;ihe'hair. It: will
alsp-ri^the hair of 7 dan*.
'druf_:/tr7/'/'\;AA'V :;■■:;.
Price 5 Oc.
PHONE 19   a"..
J. A. Rig^e.
Plans and Estimates Furni-hed
Residence,   10 Lawrjence Ave.
Gents' TailorsA
Reoairinc and Pressing ,;
„ promptly attended to, y
Everybody reads piir
"Want" adsi. :;
Try one next
The Winnipeg milk dealers are
raising _ prices to * the. winter rate,
owing to scarcity of fodder due to
prolonged drought. A rppprtisays
thai there is no? hay crop arid the
outlook is bad for the-; winter.
There is no slough grass, and the
sloughs themselves ; are dried\ up.
Vegetablesprornisejo reach famine
prices this winter.
. The Van_buver council are" asking the ratepayers^ to assent to a
by-law for the purpose of purchasing $250,000 worth of shares in the
Burrard Ihlet.'.vTunnel and Bridge
Corripany. TheV by-law indicates
the: great keenness1 for the 'construction of the -long projected
" Second Narrows Bridge."
The department of Agriculture
for Saskatchewan has given a contract to father in all the wild horses
in. theunorth country, and examine
them fbr disease and sell the sound
ones. The round-up will last about
two months.   '
The officers df the steamship
Dolplin, >which;arrived last Friday
at Seattle from the north, brought
reports of an eriorjqtipus forest fiie
which was raging in shore from
the Straight of 7;Gedrgia about
twenty-five miles north of Howe
Sound. It was the bigges't fire they
had ever seen, and must have been,
a hundred square miles in extent,
the flames leaping several hundred
feet high.      ,
.", At Fort. George Methodist services are being held in a pool room.
. A recently issued return of the
:Departnientof Inland Revenue of
Canada mhp^stb/at under the License System generally;' prevailing
ui>the/ Dominion, the corisurnption
of apiifKuo.uS'livuors }s steadily declining^ the use of beer and
porter, has gained but bnly almost
microebpit ratio. v During the ns-.
cal year closing Mar. 31 st, last, the
people of Canada consumed spirits
to the amount of .815 gallons per
capitis as compared \yith',. .806 the
year preyibus. 7 -The consumption
of beer, etc., per head of population
wasT5.276 gallons,wine.97gallo'r_s,
Ja^idof tobacco 2.940 pounds. In
_nie preceding year the consumption
per head, of be'er was 5.348 gallons,
of wine , 85 gallons, and of tobacco
910 pounds. ^ As compared with
thirty years ago, yylien upwards: of
two gallons , of liquor ;per Capita
was averaged, tl>e present use of
liquor throughout the dominion. is
very small. On the other hand
there have.been slight increases in
the ednsumption of beer and of
tbbaeco. .';
' • The next census of Canada will
be taken under date of June. 1 $t,
'191 t'^and will embrace the subjects
qf population, morality, agriculture,
manufactures, minerals, fisheries
and dairy products.
In Revelstoke the police are vigorously enforcing the by-law prohibiting hens runnings' about the
business streets and depositing eggs
thereon, even at 35c. a dozen.
J. F. BURNE       !
Notary Public,
,.- Conveyancer, etc.
KELOWNA,    .       :: B.C.
\ R. B. KERR
s and Solicitor,
Notary Public.
When you want a choice
cut, gioe us a call,
or ring up 24.
Frank Batotinhimer, Manager.
Do You Know
B. A. Sc, C. E., D. L.S., B. C. L. S.
Kelowna,    B. C.
A»oc. Mem. Can. Soc. G. E#       Graduate Toronto
Waterworks and Sewerage Systems, Pumping and
s Lighting Plants, Concrete Con-'
atruction, etc.
real estate investments are the best in the
Okanagan   in   quality   of   soil,   location,
prices,  etc.,   and  that  they will triple in
value in one year ?   Have you stopped to
consider ?     If  not,   just   remember  that
Westbank will be the largest, most industrious, and influential place in the valley.
Now is your opportunity.   Most excellent
bargains.   The lots are cleared, cultivated,
fenced, and have young orchards on them;
well  irrigated,   arid   have  good domesti
water.   Prices, $175 to $200 per acre.
Other most valuable land bargains
$25 per acre up.
Hitchner Bros.
Westbank    -   British Columbia
P.O. BOX 137.
Financial Agent.
Money to Loan on reasonable terms
..   All hinds of Financi&Y
/        business transacted.
:  .;     Office, Leon Avenue.
Phone 58 ' ,..' P.O. box 273
m j. W/Nelstfii Shepfercf
■■'-"'y;'-.: ? dentist;'     .'A'
p. o. Box mo
'Phone 06
Corner Peneofci Street and
Lawrence Avenue.
Mrs. LAWRENCE, Graduate Nurse,
Glenn Ave., Kelowna, B.C.
Phone 134
lis expressed  in; every
v   detail of your business
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stationery. ,
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Our  study   is to1 improve,
v not merely imitateAthe
individualityaiid dis-
tinctiye    charact|er    of
:.'!'   your office supplies.
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Let i\8 coitityince you on\ydur
next order.   .      '    7*
Record Job |^| 7
Department. *
. Action is being brought against
the C.P.R. because through a trainman's blunder a corpse did not
reach its destination in time for the
funeral to be held at the appointed hour, and when it did come to
hand, decomposition had far advanced unnecessarily. The parents
of the deseased |re suing for $5000.
\\ Semi-official ."reports at Ottawa
frdrh Stewart on the Portland Canal,
boomed by some British' financial
journals as a mountain of gold, are
to the effect that the find is simply
a ledge of low grade pyhrrotite; in
slate, with.the free gold confined
to the surface. Thus it would look
as if the rnen vho stampeded from
England on the receipt of .cable a
couple of weeks ago, will have
tHieir journey for nothing unless
they choose to devote their time to
the cultivation of orchards in British Columbia.
Horses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all. C.P.R;.
boats. All kinds of heavy team
"work. 'Phone 20".
Plans and Specifications Prepared
and estimates given fpr publicBuild-
ings,Town and Country Residences
PHONE No. 93
Fascinating is the best description ■ that
can be given of the opening article, "Can-.
Qeing on Lake Superior," appearing in the
July number of Rod and Gun in Canada
PublisKed;by:,W. \. Taylor Ltd., Woodstbclt
Ont. The writer'and'a companion, despite the do)*ful predicaments of their friends
planned and carried a canoe trip along the
north shore of L*ke Superior and thoroughly enjoyed their holiday. They hugged the
shore carefully except on one occasion
when the temptation to make' a short cut
across a bay proved irresistable. At the
end of the experiment they shook' hands
and'promised each other not to do it again.
This convey to thq readers far better than
a long discription, an idea of their experiences. "Canoe trips in Temagami," describing the conclusions'from the experienes
of several seasons in fire ranging, ia a moit
readable article. Fishing stories from several provinces are timely, while big game,
hunters are not forgotten, and sheep anti
bear hunts'furnish fine reading./ Mr. Vahce,s
experiences with minks will attract all lovers of wi|d animals and may tempt some
to try their hand at similiar work. Ih addition there, are many other articles, every
one appealing to those interested in some
phase of outdoor life; and the whole formal number uo sportomaii should miss,
Ori improved property also other securities
Fire, Life, and Accident
A 7 Insurance.
Miss P. Louise Adams,
"A'\y-:.   'A.T.C.M.''' ""■
Scholarship graduate' in Piano and
Teacher's Course of Toronto Conservatory
of Music. -'Late Teacher in Westminster
College, Toronto.'"..-. ^ 7
Will receive pupils for pianoforte
/ tuition ait the studio.
Lawrence _^ven)ie,-off Pendozi Street.
Addfesa: P.O.; KELOWNA..
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7       feJANKHEAD,
Planting, .Pruning, Spraying
\"a " .'■Ete.-'
P.0: Box 174; Kelotona.
Pipe, Fitter, Wells pug and
'■"■.-'■■■:«.'.•■''■'.   Drfoen'-''
PUnfps, Windmills, Drains,
etc., repaired and installed.
Haro'ey Acenue. East.
If your business is
not worth advertising,.
advertise it for sale.  .
Best Selection" of
Local Post Cards
-   and Views
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• Largest Studios in. the Interior
Portraits. by appointment
Pendozi Street   -     Kelowna
Smith Street     -   Penticton
P. BURNS & Co., Ltd
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Meat Daily
Full supply of Hams and Bacon
Fresh Fish in season
W. LUDLOW, Manager
Phone 135
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Having the advantages of both Town and Country Life.
i y
You will have to act quickly if you wish to secure a lot in this desirable
sub-division, for it is selling rapidly.   The  location  is  ideal,  half-a-mile    ' „-  ■   ■
from  the  town  limits and  one  hundred  feet  higher,  commanding a
beautiful view of the Lake, City, and surrounding country.'
The soil is a light loam, with slope sufficient for irrigation and drainage.
Unimproved land, as desirably situated as ours, is selling readily in the
fruit sections of Washington and Oregon for from $650 to $ 1200 per
acre.   Conditions are changing here;  before you realize it, this land will
have doubled in price.
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We advise you to inspect the property at once, and make your selection.
It is going fast. The property has been little more than a week on t\\e
market, and at the end of the week, May 21st, there were but nineteen
lots remaining unsold. Our town is rapidly growing, and it will not be
long before this property will be practically a part of it, and we feel safe
in saying, the choice residential section.
We might also state that it is the Company's plan to reserve the adjoining
1,000 acres, to be improved and planted out in  one large  orchard" and
7 retained for itself.
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$Caps ofthe sub-division, together with information regarding prices and terms may be
had at our office.
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Thursday, July 28
■a l
and a good one— and a good many good ones—why the automobile
is rapidly gaining in popularit)' with the farming portion of the community. It fits in with the needs of the rural life in a wonderful way.
It is quick, cheap, and untiring. Unlike the team, no matter how
hard the motor has been worked during the day, it is always ready
for a flying visit to town, to church, or meeting.
"Out  of   10,000   autos   in   Iowa, 5,000 are owned by farmers/
Kansas  farmers  spent $3,200,000 for automobiles during 1909,.and
$2,750,000 in 1903!    In one Nebraska town of 800 population, forty
autos were sold last year to farmers and retired farmers."
They  mean   that the Automobile meets the
Farmer's case to a T
Don't you think you had better investigate the matter, and put yourself in line with the prosperous ones ? You will be surprised not only
at their low cost, but at the cheapness and ease of manipulation.
are the kind we sell, and we sell them because they are the best
all-round cars for your purpose. They are the cars the public have
been waiting waiting for, not toys nor makeshifts, but real motor cars
in every sense of the word, carefully made, strongly proportioned,
durable, and simple.
S.   T.   ELLIOTT    -    Kelowna, B.G.
ANGLICAN ,-■     ''-■;••'
St. Michael and All Angels' Church.
Holy Communion, firot ana third: Sundays in the
month at 8 a.m.; accord and fourth Sundays, after
Morning Prayer, •;•,./•'
Litany on the first and third Sundays. .
Morning Prayer at 11   o'clock;   Evening Prayer at
7:30.     ■
REV. THOS. GREENE.- B. A, Rector.    .
Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelovyna.
Morning Services at I I a.m.; evening services at 7:30
p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.
Weekly Prayer Meeting on Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
Benvoulin Presbyterian Church.
Afternoon service ut' 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m;
REV. A. W. K. HERDMAN, Pastor.
Kelowna Methodist Church.
Sabbatli Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek service Wednesday at 8 p.m.
REV. J. W.   DAVIDSON   Pastor.
Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellice St.
Sabbath.Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 a.m.   All welcome.
Wed'. 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pastor.
The sailing schedule of the S.S. Okanagan during the summer months is aa follows.
Read up
Daily Except Sundays
Okanagan Landing
Okanagan Centre
Short* Point
,    Nahun
Read down
Donations of vegetables, fruit, dairy produce, eggs etc. will be gratefully received
at the Kelowna Hospital. If more convenient same may be left at the shop of Messrs.
Crowley  Co ; Ltd. •    > ,
The Kelowna Hospital Society have an
Insurance in force which they ,wish to
bring before the notice of the public.
For the sum of $10 bachelors or married
men may obtain' a Hospital Insurance
Ticket which entitles the holder to Free
Hospital Attendance for one year from
date of issue fbr any sickness or accidents
except contageous or infectious diseases,
which are not be admitted vto the hospital.
Applications for tickets or for further information should be made to the secretary, P.O. Box 69, or Room 4. Keller Block,
Kelowna,' B.C.
If you Want ¥our jarns to -keepvthey.
*     should hiput up with
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AU B. C. Sugar. Refining. Company's Products
Consist Solely of PWe^NE SUGAR.
I1^ British Columbia Sugar Refining
Company, Limited.
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With us unless you want to sell it.
We don't make a pretence,.WE.DO SELL LAND.
It is our business.
We have sold thousands'of dollars' worth recently.
If you have anything to sell, list it with us, we know how
:to reach the buyers, and are reaching them.
We do an extensive line of advertising, and are receiving
numerous  enquiries  every mail, for just the kind of
property you have.
W. Curtis Hitchener, of the firm, is leaving oh an
extensive trip through the prairie provinces and
the east, selling Okanagan Valley fruit lots.
Send  us  detailed  information regarding your property
at once. .'.    WE SELL LAND.::':i
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1 '-ii'-.
Every week finds us offering better values than the past.    Profits are lost sight of when once we decide, upon clearing
prices.    Store space being limited, fixtures must be cleared for new fall goods.    Here you will imd vmkhy Bargain
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offerings well worth your consideration. '■ ;.. ; va;.
Madras Curtaining at Slaughtered Prices.    Our full
range put on sale.
Regular values
Q~l._ p.;^_„
50c.    •
85c and 90c
All the Latest Shades
and Designs.
' Priced One-third to One-half less.
In this range you will find values of very  special  interest.
A small selection of'sizes, s6 don't delay having your pick.
GrTV\fn,I_rIl_T_^,,-:     Ol-fcf^I __ ¥   C"
:> i uujs_u>i u orexaai_.d.
Women's Fine Black Cotton Hose, Seamless Feet, Double
)      Heels and Toes, 25c pair, Bargain Price, 6 pairs $ I.
Women's Fancy Gauze Lisle Hose.
Extra Quality, Tans and Black, Plain or Lace Ankle, 50c,
Bargain Price, 3 for $ I
Men's Fancy  Negligee and Outiug Shirts.    Best
makes, all sizes,
a?i oc i .''*___„ <k_
tp i .Ai/;- vaiaco, iui, "_?C. —'--'"• ■■- -
A big selection offered.       Natty Patterns.
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Big Values in Wash Fabrics
English Ginghams.
15c.   values,    10c
20c.        „       Wc
25c.       „        15c
English Prints
y lOq/yard.
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Best Quality.
Muslins, Dprtities, Etc.
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25c.„ values,   15c.'
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" 50c,„ •   :„iry. 30c"
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One-third off.
Established  1850;
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Orchard Gity Record    '
Hdntzman Pianos
> We purchase them direct from the factory and can
save you $/50. $/50 should be as good to you as
to a travelling agent.
Get our prices on these instruments.
We handle other makes and can give you a full
7   size Piano, 1\ octaves, in Mahogany or real Walnut,
guaranteed for ten years, for $275.
Kelowna Furniture Co.
A business that is not worth
Advertising is not worth
The value of persistent advertisihgjias
been repeatedly demonstrated.
Keeping everlastingly at it is what
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We are   op'en   to
take  contracts for
Moving Buildings
Pile Driving
Clarke & Byrns
Box 131 Kelowna
THAT       .     ,
Offers the beat and only reasonable real
estate investment*'in the Valley. If fou
want to pay $I(XX) for a poorer soil, that's
your business. Glencoe offers the best
soil in the Okanagan Valley at $50 per
acre. (Quarter down, remainder in three
/ears, 5fper cent off on tracts 'of 160 or
over. 5 per cent off for cash.. Ideal opportunities for dairy and mixed "farming
hay, fruit, berries, and vegetables.        -      >
Hitchener Bros.
Westbank, British Columbia.
_    '• • "A -yW-'-AK
A want ad in the
Record brings results.
Sutton's Seeds
Tomato Plants
Cabbage Plants '
Bedding Plants
Asparagus Roots
Rose Bushes, etc.
For Sale or Rent.
A seven roomed house with
one and one-quarter ;apre of •
orchard and garden, situated
on the Vernon road, V4 miles
from Kelowna post office.
For particulars apply
■S.BARBER, Box 365,    ;
I  Kelowna Post Office.
D. W. Crowley Co.
Kelowna Ltd.
Wholesale k Retail Butchers
Goods delivered to any part of
the City
We give our prompt attention
to mail orders
Phone 12
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Meets all Boats.  ■■•
Prompt Attention to all Orders.
Phone No. 17. y
PROPRIETORS,  : '»"•',■'•
Rear of Elliott s.
The Practical Method Adopted by a
French Scientist.   .   r
At the .bcgiiininK "I uii- nineteenth
frcentury the J''rcii>;i) ■ Ai'mii-iny. of Sciences bffereu to jrivt- » \u-ir.v to tbe
first person who wmiiij. solve the foi-.
lowing problem: If .vou' lake a vase
full of water mid put 'n stone or aay
similiK body iri.ii I lie water will flow
over.'If, however, you |)iit into'it a
fish; the volume of which, is equal to
that of the stone. It will not tlow over.
Explain this pliciioiiienou.
Leitrned es.sa.vs on the subject poured in from all quarters, but the problem was uot satisfactorily solved in
any of tbem, and consequently the
prize was uot awarded   £>
In tbe.following year tue same question was again propounded, and for
Ave years answers continued to pour
in to the academy. Then, it suddenly
occurred to one ot the academicians
that after all. the problem might be
incapable of solution, and be determined to wake a test for himself.       '
■Pilling a" vase with water, he put
a stone Into it and saw that the water
flowed over. TheD he took .out the
stone, filled the vase again with water and put Into If a flsh. the volume
of wbicb was tbe same as that pf the
stone, aud saw/ to his surprise, that
the water again flowed over.
He told the academy of his discovery, and tbe result was that the offer
of a prize was at once withdrawn.
News of the Valley.
And the Lost.and Found Department
' and Scotland Yard.
"That lost aud found property department at Scotland Yard is one ol
the,best things they have in London,"
said a woman wbo.has spent much
time in England. "Last summer I bad
experience witb it.
"1 fell into a sort of habit of losing
things. First it was; a valuable umbrella. I did not miss It until I got to
my hotel after an after theater supper.
The nest morning I made my husband
take me to the theater and. the two
restaurants where we had been the
-night'before, but without result
"Then an American friend suggested
. Scotland Yard. I went there, and there
It was. It bad been turned in by a
cab driver. A:"y
■ '/Twice afterward : I lost that umbrella and got it back In" the same
"fpshion, each time leaving as a reward
'for the cub driver a.f>er> cent of the
value of the  umbrella7as  required-
..Then oue nlgbt I lost a-fine pair of
opera glasses, and I got them back;
/'It is an excellent system tbe police
over there have of encouraging honesty. A cub driver wbo finds anything
in'bis vehicle is required to turn it in.
aud be knows that if the owner claims
it he will be rewarded."—Exchange.
An Old Welsh Custom.
Tbe kindling ot bonfires on bills la
the simplest of celebrations' at any
time. The Druids made four great
fires at their festivals in February,
May. August aud November. Wales
seems to have beef/a country espe-.
ciully tenacious of this custom. Eacb
family used to make Its own fire, and
as it wus dying out -each member
would throw a wbite stone into it, tbe
stones being marked for future identification. Then all said tbelr prayers and went to bed. and In tbe morning tbey tried to find all the stones
again. If any stone was missing it
betokened tbat the owner of it would
die within a year. Some superstitious
are pretty and picturesque and attractive. This was one of the many which
were cruel as well as picturesque. It
would take but a slight accident to
cause a fright tbat might be actually
dangerous to a superstitious person,
and if would not be bard for an enemy of such a person to cause that
fright by stealing bis stone from tbe
•> Are. .'
—    A Roman Dinner.	
A Roman dinner at the house of a
wealthy man consisted chiefly of three
courses. All sorts of stimulants to tho
appetite wer. first served up, and eggs
were Indispensable to tbe first course.
Among the various dishes we may instance the guinea beu, pheasant, night-
liigale aud tbe thrush as birds most in
repute. The (toman goriuauds held
peacocks In great est]marion, especially (heir tongues. Macroblus states that
they were first eaten by Hortcnsius,
the orator, nud acquired sucb repute
that a single peacock was sold for 50
deuarll, the denarius beiug equal to
about elgbtpence halfpenny of English
money.—Chambers' Journal.
Sav'ed by His Wits.
The Duke of Wellington ,once met
by accident an officer In a state of inebriety. _
"Look here, air,' said tbe Iron Duke,
"What would you do It you met one of
your men In the condition in which 1
Und youV"
Tho officer drew himself up. gave the
military salute nnd replied with great'
gravity. "I wouiil not coudescend to
speak  to the brute.'    His  wit saved
him his commission. A AA
.'     L '■
The Bank of MontreaFopened" a
branch in Penticton this we^k/
This makes the sixth branch which
this bank has established in ihe
Okanagan. The Bank of Hamilton
also opened up during the week at
the same'town.
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Rev. Haiold Pattison, B.A., of
Boston,'Mass A a son of the late
Prof. Pattison of Rochester theological seminary, has accepted a
call to the pastorate of the Baptist
church here, and will assume his
new relations about October 1st.
Mr. Pattison is a man of cosmopolitan, experience, having studied
men and methods on the plains of
the west for two years and in
London, England, for. two years,
where he was assistant to the world
famous E. B. Meyer and CampbelF
Morgan. He has lately been engaged in working out a solution of
the down town church with a
colleague of a sister denomination.
The work was quite successful, but
too strenuous for his health. Hence
the change.—Sum. Review.
A number .of C. P. R. officials,
including Mr. Bursteed, general
supt.; Mr. Kilpatrick, district supt.;
Mr. Bowles, general freight agent;
Mr. Fo8ter,7 general pass, agent;
Capt. Gore, supt. C. P; R. steamers
in B. G, and Mr. Forde, district
engineer, were in town last Friday
on business connected with the
company. A   < ' ;
The Board of Govern ers of
Okanagan College received tidings
cf a handsome gift this week. It
comes from Rev. C. Padley, of the
Kootenay district, and consists of
fifty thousand shares of Diamond
Coal Company stock, worth at the
present time about $35,000. The
gift is an endowment for a chair'of
theology in the College.1—Summer- 0j
land Review. -
s. '"■ _
Mr. J. R.: Brown has been appointed as Indian agent. His district extends from Sicamous south,
and includes the whole of the
Okanagan Valley.'"".'
A species of grey caterpillar with
two brown flag poles in front and
one in rear, has made .its appearance in'Hedley and is.attacking the-
fir trees, several of which they have
already succeeded in killing. If the
provincial' bugologist knows the
proper plan of campaign by which
to get after them the people here
would like to know it.— Hedley
The B. C. Hotel at Penticton.has
been sold to A. Thompson and W.
Flumerfelt of Armstrong.
The Bank of Montreal moved
into new premises at Armstrong
last week.
* A nevf railway 'siding is being
put in at Armstrong.     „ 'f&y >.
- A sub-agency of the Dominion;
Lands department has been opened
at Salmon Arm. , The new -homestead regulations have been indefinitely cancelled, and the reserve
Ayhich existed prior to July 1st. is
again in force.
Aid. M. V. Allen, of Vernon, has
resigned his position on the council.
An election is to be held on JtheL
Z^ITto fill the vacancy.
The first all-stone house in the
valley is being erected at Armstrong for E. Lumsden.
.... --'":-;— ''&:
' "Fathpr."   said   tittle   Rollo.   "was
flVoige  Wtishliigiou   a  greater • man
than Sitiitn Claus."
"I wont say,, my son, that he was
greater, Put lie has proved much less
expensive."- Washington Star.
'■s      Unanswered.
"Say. pop, may  I ask you a que*
tii.ii'.".     7.      .     7.
-..•s:''l>ctii.v;   What Is it?"
;\\ lien Vi■■1111(11 s liiiisbed mllkln' a
/•my. in.«• ■ does in' turn off the milk?"
o-i! ii'.- !- ctp-rt, but to Vxpnnd that
lO'ini tn v>m eur'iiry is virtue's work.
- _....._e i>b*i«f.
of fthe
Chief Narcisse,
reserve near Salmon* Arm, was
fatally injured last week while
raking hay on the reserve with a
wild team. The team became unmanageable, and the old chief fell
off among the. teeth, and was
dragged a considerable distance
before the team could be stopped.
He was taken to Kamloops hospital,
but died the next day.
J9TA farmer's hospitality to a tramp
resulted in a bush fire which originated, on Mr. A. C. Kennedy's
ranch near{Penticton and for sev-
eral days threatened with destruction a valuable government timber
reserve. A hobo came to Mr.
Kennedy's farm house and requested refreshments. Mir. Kennedy
gave him an entire outfit for dinner
and the tramp built a fire in a
ravine some distance away. He
neglected to extinguish the fire and
a wind arising rapidly fanned it
into a blaze. The flames ate up
several rods .of fencing and spread
through Mr. Kennedy's ranch to.
the 'government reserve, where
there is a splendid groSvth of
Norway pine.
When the dige»tion is all right, t e «c
tion of the bowels, regular, there it a
natural craving and reliwi for food, when'
thi_ ia lacking you may know that vou need
a dose of Chamberiain'a" Stomach and
Liver Tablitt. They »treng*hen thi
digeaiiVe organ*, improve the appetite and ^
rofculale the bowel*.  Sold by all drucr«t*.
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The Great City of the Great West.
Aug. 15-20,1910.
$30,000.00 in Prizes.
The Great Spectacular Show,   "Fightingthe Flames."
Six Days' Solid Enjoyment under Vancouver's  sunny
skies, on the shores of Burrard Inlet.
Cheap Rates on all railways and steamboats.
Full information from- Jas. Roy, Manager,
Vancouver Exhibition,
319, Pender Street, Vancouver.
Prices Quoted to Any Point,
on the Lake
Ferry to Bear Creek every Friday.
Box 66 Kelowna, B.C.,
Boat Builder
Launches, Sail Boats
Skiffs, Canoes and Scores
Roto Boats and Canoes
_or hire.
Cheap Fire Wood
rji -«"' •*
Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited;
will deliver 20 inch wood for '»f*T
$1.50 per Rick
,'    c Orders filled in rotation.
v "V
Furnished Cottage, at South Okanagan, for the summer,
$20 per month.
Two Cottages, on Ellis Street, $12 per month.
hewetson m m__nti_e:
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For the Farm, Garden,
or Field.
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Office and Packing Grounds,  J   .      v kS
3010, Westminster Rd., Vancouver
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The Orchard City Record.
Thursday, July 28
Our Motto:   Quality and a
Satisfied Customer.
Remember, we carry nothing but the Choicest Groceries
Our stock of Confectionery is strictly fresh and
our Teas and Coffees cannot be beaten.
We are offering a few special lines for
Saturday only, July 30th.
Choice Mix Pickles, patent tops,   25c
Choice Muscatel Raisins, 3lbs for 25c
Best Japan Rice, 5lbs for 25c
And  a Great Big Sale on Fruit Jars,
Pints, $/.00, Quarts, $ 1.25,
Half-gallons, $1.50
These jars are the best improved Jem
with screw tops.   Do not miss this.
Ice  Cream   Parlors  open  day and
night.    One trial will convince you.
Phone 35 Phone 35
The Money Saving Store.
\mt a
You've not sick, but you've no
appetite for your meals. You
don't feel much, like work
either. Stomach not acting
properly. That's all. Now
what you want is a big
bottle of
gestive Tonic
This remedy may not be
so useful to a Chronic Dyspeptic, but if you are
" just a little ofT'—a little
blue, start at once on
TONIC. We know the
formula and can confidently recommend it.
Sold and guaranteed by
Kelowna's Fourth
Annual Regatta
This Year's Event Will Eclipse
Any Previous Effort
The Aquatic Association, having
assumed entire control of the
Regatta this year, are bent, on
making good, and are completing
arrangements for a regatta which
will mark an epoch in the development of aquatic sports in the
valley. It is their intention to
make this annual event one of the
drawing cards of the city, and in
this they are deserving of every
The following programme just
issued shows a decided advance
upon previous years and provides
two days' enjoyment for lovers of
water sports, which can not be excelled anywhere in the province :
2 Cents per word, first insertion and
1 Cent per word each subsequent
insertion, minimum 25 Cents.
FOR SALE;—Twelve acres of good fruit
land on benches, with water record,
also an 6-roomed house on Park Ave.,
Kelowna.   Apply P.O. box 175.    13tf
Eight-roomed house   (Morden's) opposite
Pridham.  orchard,-with   half  acre land,
small fruits, etc.   Apply Geo.: E. Boyer.
A large store in Water Street.
Campbell Bros., Kelowna.
18 tf
Court of Revision-
Notice is hereby given that the first sitting
of the annual Court of Revision of the
Municipality of the City of Kelovirna will be
held in the Council Chamber, Bernard
Avenue, Kelowna, B.C., on Monday the
I st day August, 1910, at 10 o'clock a.m.
for the purpose of hearing complaints
against the assessment as made by the
Assossor, and for revising and correcting
the assessment roll.
Dated at Kelowna. June 20th, 1910.
City Clerk.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels
to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system, cure constipation and sick headache.
Sold by all druggists.
The People's Store
Phones:  Grocery, 214   Dry Goods, 314     Office, 143
You dont want to cook and you dont need to.
You can always get something here for luncheon,  tea,  or pic-nics, i
that  don't need  cooking  and  that will  please  everyone.
We will mention  a few of them:
McLaren's Imperial Cheese in 10c, 35c, and 65c sizes.
Gorgonzola Cheese: in stone jars, at 65c, potted when exactly ripe.
Stiiton Cheese, -       -   at 6,5c, just the kind you like.
Fromage de Camembert, in Glass Jars, at 50c, absolutely delicious.
Edom Cheese that will keep as long as you like.
St. Ivel Meats in'Glass, comprising:
Sliced Ox Tongue, Lambs' Tongue, Luncheon Tongue, Ox Tongue, Curried
Turkey and Tongue, Chicken and Tongue, and Game Pate,
each at 50c.
Dandicolle & Gaudin's Famous Royan Ala Vatel, at 25c per can.
.  Royan's Ala Bordeleaise, at 25c. per can.
Puree de fois gras aux truffes, 30c Pate de fois gras truffe, 40c.
"Map of Italy" Pure Olive Oil, 55c. bottle.
All the above have just been imported, and are classy goods.
Remember, what you get at Lawson's is good.
""■ * ■ ■  ■ ■ ■    '  ■       '        .
Remember Five off for Cash at Lawson s.
Open Handicap Sailing. Three
prizes and Chambey Cup.
10:00     2.   Single  Sculls  Heats, distance
quarter mile.  Three prizes..
120 yards Open Swimming.
Double Sculls Heats, distance
quarter mile. Three prizes.
11:30     5.   Open Gasoline Launch (competitors    entitled    to   one
prize only).
I prize over 25 ft.;    1 prize 25 ft. and
under ;     1 prize 20 ft. and under;
I prize for 3 h.p. engine and under
by C. H. James,
2:00     6.    Ladies' Sailing Cup (see regulations).   Three prizes and
Ladies' Cup.
2:00     7.   60 yards Boys' Swimming; 15
and under.   Three prizes.
2:20     8.   60 yards Breast Stroke Swimming.   Three prizes.
2:20     9.   Ladies' Double Sculls,   three
2:40    10.    120 yds. Swimming for Season
Ticket Holders of K. A. A.
only.   Three prizes.   7
3:00    II.   30 yards Boys' Swimming, 12
years  and  under.     Three
Single Canoe.    Three prizes.
Aquatic Derby ih   fancy   costume.
Open Dive.   Three prizes.
I standing dive from spring board
I. eight ft. dive        1 twelve .ft. dive
15. Mixed Canoe.   Three prizes
16. Tilting in Fancy Costumes from
Canoes.    Three prizes.     "
4:30    17.   Mixed  Double  Sculls   Heats,
with coxswains.   3 prizes.
5:00   LACROSSE  MATCH.     Kelowna
versus Vernon.
18.   Long Distance  Championship
' of  Okanagan   Lake  for B.
H. M. Challenge Cup  and
$25 prize.
Competitors will leave the K. A. A.
Building in boats at 6:30 p.m., and will
finish  about  7:30 at  th«  K.  A.  A.
Building.   Course to be from the west
side of the lake opposite Kelowna to
the K. A. A. Building.    Distance/ one
• mile.
E. A. Day will not be responsible for
any debt contracted in his name and without his written order. 26-38p .
To let, with cellarage and stable  at  back.
$10. a month,  situated in Pendozi   Street.
Apply in first instance to  Box J,  Record
Office. ■ 20tf
On old Prather Ranch. If you have any
stock you wish pastured, telephone Cather
Springwood Ranch. The bunch grass . is
ih abundance', and the 40 acres of meadow
will be at the disposal of stock after first
crop is taken off. Terms, $2 per head per
month. "      33tf.
at immensely reduced prices. ' We are
offering all makes, of typewriters for sale.
These machines are in perfect condition,
having been rebuilt in our own workshop
by the most expert workmen ih the city.
Send for price list. The Oliver Typewriter Agency, 321, Homer St., Vancouver,
B.C. , 3-
Books and pamphlets, including "What is
Theosophy?", "The Ancient Wisdom,"
"Scientific Corroboration of Theosophy,"
"Christian Theosophy," "The Law of
Cause and Effect," etc., may be had on
loan, free of charge, from W. B. Pease,
Kelowna. i32tf
3:40    14
For  general    house   work,   Apply   Mrs.
Rembler Paul, P.O.Box 302, Kelowna.
By three men within city limits preferred.
A. Lumbert, Royal Hotel.
An ezperienced girl to do general housework. Duties to begin Sept. 1st. Apply
to Mrs. Joseph Ball, Kelowna. 34.6
Position by experienced
Address P.O. Box 92.      ~
Good driver and worker, if sold  at  once,
Apply .^Record Office.
11:40   23
2:00   24.
3:15   28.
3:30 29,
4:00 30.
4:00   31.
4:20   32
4:30   33,
Single Sculls final.
High Dive, boys 16 and under.
Conditions same as No. 14.
Three prizes.
Double Sculls final.
Handicap    Gasoline   Launch.
Three prizes.
War Canoe Race, crew of, 15,
for Knowles Challenge Cup
and Medal.    I mile straight
Dinghy Sailing (see regulations)
Three prizes.
Mixed Double Sculls final.
Double Canoe.   Three prizes.
Junior War Canoe Race. Crew
of eight and captain.   Half
mile straight.
Mixed War Canoe Race. 'Eight
ladies and two men, stroke
and   captain.     Half   mile
struight. Individual trophies
Long Distance Plunging. Three
Ladies'  Double Canoe.    220
yards.   Three prizes.
Decorated Craft to parade in
front   of    judges'     stand.
Three prizes.
60    yards  Open   Swimming.
Three prizes.
Championship and medal for
Fastest Gasoline Launch.
Aquatic Derby in Fancy Costume.
Ladies' Single Canoe Race.    220
yards.   Three prizes.
36.   War Canoe Race, crew of 15.
One mile with turn.    For
Megaw Cup and Medals.
A black and white bull terrier dog.   Any
information as to his whereabouts will  be
liberally rewarded.   R. F. Morrison.      35
Sale of  17
Our big discount
Sale has left us
with a lot of .
which we are offering at
Greatly Reduced
Prices to Clear.
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Dress  Goods,
Table Linens,
Laces, etc., etc.  .
The Kelotona
The Store of the
.Stylish Shoe
' r> .        "
Good quality,  for  stuffing cushions,  etc
Apply Mrs. Collins, Glenn Avenue x
From one thousand to
twenty thousand or
more at 8 per cent..
Rutland Hall,
Saturday, July 30th,
•    At 7.20, i
When the subject of Irrigation
will be discussed, and a delegate elected   to   attend   the
Irrigation Convention at Kan-
• Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is necessary
is to give th» prescribed dose after each
operation bf the bowels more than natural
and then castor oil to cleanse the system."
It is safe and sure'.   Scildby all  druggists.
■  •*""■■—• -fy ■•a: ■■••■..•   ,
Ripe peaches, cheap! 'At warehouse of
Vernon Fruit Co. Kelowna cull peaches
in good order. Buy them «now. Bring
your own boxes.   R. A. Pease. 35tfs
Large and  attractive
rooms and offices in the
- r</nil-mar
7A-m.mA.if II Hsl
Torpid, lazy Jiver causes
biliousness  and headache—two common
to     H. W. RAYMER
Bernard Avenue.
The world's most successful medicine
for bowel complaints is Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
has saved more lives than any other
medicine ih use. Invaluablk for children/'
Bnd adults.   Sold by all druggists. *.
Soreness of the muscles, whether induced
by violent exercise or injury, is quickly relieved by the free application of Chamber.
Iain's Liniment. This liniment is equally
valuable for mu«cular rhumatism, and al-
ways affords quick' relief. Sold by all
wake tip the liver—arouse it
to action, speedily restoring
' good health. A purely vege- .
table remedy that has a ben-,
efidal effect on stopiach and
bowels as well. Because it's
NYAL'S we know what's in
U.   25 cents a box.
yea bar
witb the
Sold and guaranteed by        8236
A Choice
Of Up-to-date Jewelry awaits your
inspection here. A full line -of
Rings, Watches. Bracelets, .Fobs,
Chains, v Necklets,   Links,     and
. Blouse Sets.
There is nothing so nice as a piece
of Jewelry for a gift, arid a look
through mistook will convince $ou
that the prices are exceedingly tow.
No trouble to show you goods.
Bernard Avenue.
Alt work absolutely guaranteed
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