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VOL. III.   NO. 13.
KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 19!
$1.50 Per Annum.
Meeting of City Council
Not Necessary to Enforce Vaccination Regulation
Placed for Power Plant Extensions
Orders
The usual .council meeting was
held last Saturday evening, with a
full attendance.
A letter was read from the
medical health officer, Dr. Huycke,
stating that he had examined the
papers submitted by the council in
connection with the provincial
order for the enforcement of compulsory vaccination, and while he
firmly believed in the principle of
vaccination in preventing or diminishing the gravity of an attack of
small pox, he did not think it
necessary to enforce the regulation
here.
The mayor reported that legal
opinion had been obtained from
Mr. Billings, of Vernon, with
reference to the extension of St.
Paul street through to Bernard
avenue, to the effect that they
could not assess the cost of
continuing the street, on any prop-
i "Nerty owners except those where
extension had been made. The
expense could only be assessed
against the actual frontage contained in the extension.
Aid. Copeland said the property
owners were quite willing to pay
for the extension.
The mayor said he understood
they were willing to pay, but if the
city could not make an assessment
against their property there was no
guarantee that the city could
collect.
Legal advice had also been obtained on the irrigatiosr question,
but they were going further into it
before reporting.
By-law No. 85, to borrow money
for current expenses, was re-con-
sfclered and finally passed.
Aid. Leckie, on behalf of the
Water and Light Committee, reported on the proposed extensions
to the plant.. Tenders had been
St . received from various sources and
the committee had decided to
accept the following tenders:
Canadian Westinghouse Co., for
a 50 kilowatt generator for
$1,012.50; exciter,$285.20; Tirrill
regulator, $320; switchboard, $776.
All these prices were f. o. b.
Kelowna.
Canadian General Electric Co.,
Vancouver, a compound   duplex
steam pump and pressure reducing
made   by   the   Canadian
Foundry Co., Toronto, $695 f. o. b.
Toronto.
Goldie & McCullock Co., Gait,
Ontario, an "Ideal" engine to
supply the motive power for above,
$1,735,f.o.b., Gait.
The orders had been practically
placed, but required to be confirmed by the council. The cost of the
additional plant laid down here
was $5,185. To add to this there
would be the expense of foundations and the putting in of steam
pipes, etc. It looked as though the
total outlay would come well within
the $7,000 asked for in the by-law.
They had given the contract,
aaid Aid. Leckie, for the engineering part to Juill, Mather & Co., of
Vancouver. Mr. Juill had drawn
out the plans for the extension, and
would examine and test when installed on a five per cent, basis.
Aid. Dalgleish asked what guarantee they had of the proper running
of the machinery.
Aid. Leckie said the plant was
all bought on the sellers' own
guarantees of satisfactory working
and agreement with specifications,
which he thought would effectually
cover the city. The pump, for
instance, was guaranteed a certain
capacity for a certain number of
smokes, and "so on with the other
items.
Aid. Jones asked how long it
would be before the new plant
was ready for operation.
Aid. Leckie said the makers
undertook to ship in eight weeks
and the machinery would be here
just as soon as the car could come
through. He thought the plant
should be working in about three
months' time.
Aid. Leckie also suggested that
any surplus which might be left
out of the money voted for the new
plant might be well used in putting
up a building to hold stores and
tools belonging to the city. It
would be quite permissible under
the by-law to use any surplus in
that way.
A fonnal motion was passed
platting the order with the various
firms as above.
A petition was read from a
number" of residents on. Wilson
street, calling attention to the bad
state of that thoroughfare and asking to have it graded and put into
shape. The matter was referred to
the Board of Works.
Aid. Dalgleish said the Board of
Works were of. opinion that it
would be advisable to gravel Harvey avenue while they were at
.work on Richter street7 The grade
was good, but the street was in a
very bad condition.
Aid. Copeland agreed that it
was quite necessary. It could,
moreover, be done very much
cheaper now while they had the
men at work. -
Ald. Dalgleish also pointed out
that something should . be done
about securing a pound-keeper.
Aid. Copeland said he had been
to the two livery barns in connection
with the appointment, and they
had refused to have anything to do
with it. He thought they might
have some difficulty in. filling the
position, as there was a certain
amount of reason in the contention
that 50c. per day was too little pay
for feed, etc., when one considered
the present high price of hay.
Mayor Sutherland said it would
mean a hew by-law to raise the
fees. He suggested that the city
should give its share of the fees to
the pound-keeper. This would increase his revenue a little and in
most cases would practically a-
mount to the same as getting J$ I a
day for board as asked for.
The matter was eventually left in
Aid. Copeland's hands to arrange.
The meeting then adjourned to
Saturday next, at 8 p.m.
Successful Musical Evening
The home" of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Lloyd-Jones was the scene last
night of a highly successful musical
evening in connection with the
Women's Auxiliary of St Michael's
Church. Over eighty people were
present, and a most attractive programme of 'songs and recitations
had been arranged. Refreshments were served during the
evening. The following programme
was given, and much appreciated,
judging from the frequent calls for
encores:
Pianoforte Solo. Mrs. Butler
Violin 'Solo .7 .Mr. MacBean
Song:   "Lullaby" ...Mrs. Jas. Harvey
Pianoforte Solo Mr. Boyd
Song: "My Rosary" Mr. Ferrier
Banjo Duet Misses Hensman
Recitation...  Miss Hogarth
Song Miss Cockrell
Violin Solo Mr.' MacBean
Pianoforte Solo     Mr. Boyd
Sonc: " Marguerite " ..Mf. Ferrier
Recitation " How Jimmy and I fell out "
Miss Harding
Song:   " Sunshine and Rain "
Mr. MacBean
Mrs. Tutcher was amongst the
arrivals by Wednesday's boat.
Property sales are becoming
pretty brisk in the district lately,
many important holdings having
changed hands in the last week
or two. The latest is a sale by
Mr. D. McEachern of his ranch by
the creek, adjoining T. G. Speers'
orchard. This was the first farm
taken by Mr. McEachern on coming to the district, he afterwards
moving to his present place at
Benvoulin. Mr. Cather is the purchaser, the price realized being
$16,000.
Anglican Synod
at Revelstoke
The Anglican Synod held last
Wednesday and Thursday at Revelstoke is reported as one of the
most important conventions ever
held in the Kootenay. The deler
gates from Kelowna, who returned
Saturday last, were the Rev. Thos.
Greene, Mr. D. Lloyd-Jones,' Mr.
A. H. Crichton and Mr. E. M.
Carruthers.
Bishop DePencier's charge to
the Synod contained some interesting references to the development
of Church work in the diocese, due
to the rapid settlement of parishes
hitherto thinly populated and
scattered over a considerable area.
He regretted that through lack of
time he had not yet been able to
visit the Kelowna district, and
spoke in a very appreciative manner of the way in which Mr. Greene
was developing the work under
his. charge, having completed the
building of a new church, (South
Okanagan) and claimed the grant
which freed it from debt. He
hoped this summer to have the
pleasure of a persona] inspection
of " that most beautiful and richest
part of the diocese."
He referred to the question of
the formation of a new ecclesiastical
province west of the mountains, a
draft constitution of which had
been drawn up at a conference of
the bishops of the province last
July. He also read the plan for
the foundation of a Theological
College for British Columbia..
A committee which included
Rural Dean Greene was appointed
to report on the charge which was
commented upon very favourably
by them and received, by the Synod
as a whole.
Various reports were submitted
showing the work of the diocese
generally to be in a most progressive
condition, after which His Lordship
the Bishop, introduced a motion
touching the formation of an
Ecclesiastical Province, with a
Provincial Synod to be elected
afterwards. The motion was carried on being submitted to the
vote.
The committee appointed to report on the Bishop's address asked
that a committee of three clergymen and three laymen be elected
to deal with the theological questions contained in the address.
Thifr-'was done, Rural Dean Greene
being amongst the- clergymen
elected. —
In the election of officers cf the
Synod, Rural Dean Greene was
also appointed to the executive
committee.
The reputation which the Kelowna Dramatic Society has already
gained for the cleverness and
thoroughness with which they carry
out anything they undertake, is
ample justification for the eagerness with which the production of
" H. M. S. Pinafore " on Monday
and Tuesday next, is being looked
forward to. The work itself is one
of the most attractive ofthe Gilbert
and Sullivan operas, and no pains
have been spared by the Society to
do it full justice.. New scenery has
been painted, and a good- deal of
time'and money spent in correctly
staging the work. It is a matter of
great regret that Mrs. Huycke has
been prevented at the last moment
from fulfilling her part owing to a
sudden bereavement. An efficient
substitute, however.has been found
in Mrs. J. N. Thompson j who has
kindly consented to step into the
breach. Mrs. Thompson took the
part when the opera was produced
by the Society three years ago.
Mr. Axel Eutin returned Wednesday from the coast.
Mr. S. T. Elliott is now busy
making active preparations for
opening his branch store at Penticton. During the week a car of
inplements and a car of buggies
have been shipped down.
The Kelowna Junior Hockey
team made good last weekend by
giving the Summerland College a
licking to the tune of 4 goals to 1.
Large Increase in
Year's Estimates
Okanagan Vote Second Largest
in Province
The estimates presented to the
legislature last week show that in
the financial apportionments of the
British Columbia Government for
the coming year, the necessities of
the great Okanagan district have
obtained full recognition, strictly
local votes aggregating almost a
quarter of a million having been
included in Finance Minister
Ellison's provisions for the ensuing
twelve months. A considerable
portion of this very large sum is
necessarily hidden in the large
general votes for education (provincial contributions to city and
rural schools not being specified),
hospitals, government service,
administration of justice, etc. Aside
from these altogether, however, the
general Okanagan vote for roads,
streets, bridges and wharves has
been increased from $120,000 to
$ 156,000, and now takes place as
the second largest in the province,
only exceeded by Skeena, (including Prince Rupert and Stewart).
The 8upplementaries also include
a general Okanagan vote of $ 19.-
000, augmenting the $120,000
voted last session.
In addition, the Okanagan will
share in the general appropriation
of $600,000 for bridges, and $75,-
000 is specially provided for the
new court house at Vernon. There
is also provided $2,928 for provincial police service in the Okanagan district with a chief constable
stationed at Vernon and officers at
Enderby and Kelowna. The
hospital for the insane at Vernon
is granted $6,500; the Kelowna
ferry, $ 1.00Q; the Government
agency at Vernon, $6,012; and
that at Princeton, $13,680. Inthe
hospitals and charities vote is included $300 for a resident physician
at Princeton, while new assisted
schools are provided for at Hidden
Lake, Richland and East Kelowna.
Provincial teachers salaries generally are increased from $2.50 to
$ 10.00 per month, according to the
success demonstrated by the
school reports and pass lists.
Roughly speaking an increase in
revenue of about fourteen per
cent, is anticipated for the ensuing
twelvemonths in the estimates for
the fiscal year ending 31 st March,
i 912, the prospective receipts from
all sources being placed at $8,192,-
101.06 as compared with $7,000,-
026.66 for 1910-11.
As plainly indicated, the intention is to expend this revenue
and a considerable portion as well
of the handsome surplus with
which the province finds itself
blessed, in reproductive public
works necessary to enable the
machinery of government and
facilities in education,- transportation, etc., to keep pace with the
growth and general progressive
movement of the province, the
House being asked this session to
provide iji both main and supplementary votes a total of $12,103,-
567.19 as against $9,019,559.57
constituting the total of last year s
vote. In connection with the apparent disproportion between
estimated revenue and estimated
expenditure two significant facts
must always obtain consideration—
that tlje disposition of the present
government is always toward safe
conservatism in estimates of- prospective contributions to the Treasury, and there remained in hand at
the elose of last year a surplus of
less than   $2,224,747.18,   the
Russian Relations
With China
The relations of Russia and
China are strained to the breaking
point. Russia, last Friday notified
the governments of Great Britain,
France and Germany of her intention to make a military demonstration 6n the Russo-Chinese frontier,
owing to China's present violation
ofthe St. Petersburg 1881. Russian troops were sent forthwith into the district of Hi. The extent of
the demonstration, it is added in
the note, will depend entirely on
the attitude assumed by China.
The vital questions involved are
free trade in Mongolia, extra-territorial rights of Russians in China
and the office of a Russian consulate at Keobdo, Mongolia.
McBride Condemns
Reciprocity
Would Hamper Development
of the Province
no
actual revenue during the last year
having exceeded the estimates by
upwards of thirteen per cent., while
actual expenditures were two
million dollars—$2,369,564.81 to
be exact — within the provisions
made in the money votes of last
session's supply.
The provincial estimates for next
year contain an appropriation for
clearing the land at point Grey for
the University of British Columbia.
Armstrong v. Kelowna
The Armstrong hockey boys
favored Kelowna with a visit last
Tuesday playing the Shamrocks'
team. The match took place at
Haug's rink and attracted quite' a
number of spectators, who were
rewarded with an interesting game.
The visitors it must be admitted
put up some good play, but the
home team proved the biggest
scorers, winning out with a score
of 6 to I. The line up was as
follows:
Kel. Shamrocks Armstrong
J. Kincaid
L. Watt
J. Copeland
L. Pettigrew
J. Patterson
,C. Raymer
A. Raymer
Goal Hardy
Point Fowler
Cover Murray
Rover Armstrong
Centre Mundrell
R; wing Hazard.
L. wing Cavers
An interesting honr was spent
last Monday evening at the Epworth League of the Methodist
church. Tha»missionary committee
had charge of the meeting and a
bright discussion on the Forward
Movements for Missions was led
by Mrs. Adams. Subject next.
Monday will be " How we get our
Bible." will be taken by the • Rev.
J.'-W. Davidson.
The Baptist Church Young
Peoples Society are following a
course of interesting subjects at
their meetings every Monday evening. The subject for next Monday will be " Housing and Sanitation." After the reading of a paper
the time is devoted to open discussion to which all are welcome.
One of the first of the new setders
who have taken up land in the
Glenmore district to arrive is Mr.
G. W. Ward, who came in by
Monday's boat from Montreal. It
is Mr. Ward's intention to moke
preparations for his family by
putting up a house at once, and has
already purchased the lumber for
that purpose.
The ways of the heathen Chinee
may be dark and pecular, but it is
necessary to be up very early to
get ahead of him. Sam Lee got
his wash house burnt last Wednesday, and has to rebuild. At the
same time the council have in hand
a by-law to include Chinatown in
the fire limits. Sam does not see
the fun of putting up a costly fire
proof building, so he started in
to beat the council by getting his
building up before they could get
the by-law passed. And he's going to do it. On Saturday, according to his own statement he had a
force of 92 Chinks clearing away
the rubbish. By day break Monday
morning a big force was on the
spot, hammering, sawing and jabbering to beat the—by-law. No
catchem Sam Lee—not if he knows
it!
On Wednesday next the 28th
the last grand concert of the season will be held in the Ellison
school house, to commence at 8
p.m. prompt. A strong array of
talent is assured. Refreshments
at the close. Admission 25 cents
ladies with baskets free. Come in
crowds.
In the course of a speech in the
House last week, in which he
strongly condemns the bad bargain
into which the Dominion government would enter with the States
on the tariff question, Premier McBride referred to its effect on the
B. C. fruit industry.
He said there could no doubt
that a great deal of the attention
British Columbia attracted abroad
had been in consequence of the
wonderful development of fruitgrowing in this Province. He recalled how the late Captain Tatlow
had spoken of British Columbia as
" the orchard ofthe Empire," when
speaking of records the Province
had first made in competition in
fruit growing with other sections of
the Empire. The value of the
British Columbia fruit crop in 1910
was $2,500,000, and yet the people
were told it was a mere bagatelle
compared with what it would be in
another three or four years, when
thousands and thousands of acres
recently planted would be coming
into bearing. If they took the fruit
growers at their word, and they *
must do so, and agreed that their
work would be greatly hampered
by this agreement,. how much
greater would be the mischief
wrought against them when their
business approached the condition
just outlined ? It. was well known
that persons in control of fruit lands
in British Columbia might go
abroad and secure ample funds for
theS*dev'elppmenlr so strong was
their faith in fruitgrowing, but how
shaken this faith would be when
the protection which had helped
to bring the industry to its present
state was taken away. This agreement would bring the Provincial
fruit growers into competition with
Washington, Oregon and California
all older communities, where there
wete easier conditions for develop'
ment, where labour was more
plentiful, and transportation cheaper. In this Province, we had not
yet come to full manhood in fruit
growing. We were, indeed, in
our earliest infancy in this respect
The Province was not provincial
in its attitude on this question.
They had the sympathy of fruit
growers of Eastern Canada, as
represented- uy tne convention or ~~
Niagara district growers, which met
at St. Catharines on January 28th,
and passed a strong resolution
against the adoption of the agreement.
Bill to Suppress Foul Brood
A bill was introduced into the
legislature last Friday for the suppression of foul, or black brood in
bees. This is a 'first attempt in this
province to eradicate what may be
spoken of as the greatest obstacle
to successful apiculture. Under
this new measure provision is made
for the appointment of inspectors
as may be necessary, to examine
apiaries for signs of the disease.
Where the inspector is satisfied of
the existence of the disease in a
malignant form he is empowered
to order all colonies affected, together with the hives and their
contents if these can not be effectually disinfected immediately destroyed by fire under his supervision.
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Mr. W. C. Blackwood returned
last week from a winter trip to
California staying a short time at
Vancouver and New Westminster.
Whilst at the coast Mr. Blackwood
became interested in a fine residential section between Vancouver and New Westminster on the
new route bf the B..C. Electric, and
overlooking Burnaby Lake. Buefta
Vista is the name given to the new
section and anyone interested may
get all particulars, plans, etc., from
Mr. Blackwood.    .
AM
A ^/i4 The Orchard City Record.
Thursday, Feb. 23
The Kelotona Land
and Orchard Co.,
LIMITED.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THE CITY
Cadder Avenue       Abbott Street
Willow Avenue
FIVE ACRE LOTS
WITHIN ONE MILE OF CITY
LIMITS
On Easy Terms
TEN ACRE LOTS
ON THE BENCH
Under Irrigation and Domestic Systems
CALL OR WRITE
K. L. 0. Co.'s Office, Keller Blk
SPRAY! SPRAY!
Read what the Deputy Minister of Agriculture has to say
about Pendray's Lime and Sulphur Solution:—
Office of the Department of Agriculture,
May 6th, 1910.
This is to certify that Messrs. Pendray & Sons' Lime
and Sulphur Solution has, whensver tested  by  Officials
of the Horticultural Branch of the Department of Agriculture, conformed   to the   standard  strength   of   32
ucgiccS i_>cauiuc or over
(signed)   Wm. E. Scott,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture.
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Pictures in the Home
indicate refinement, and have a refining influence.
They cheer and brighten the home when the liver is
out of order and the stomach refuses to work.
We hi
ave a
New Stock of Pictures,
New Frames, New Moulding,
and an expert framer.
KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Morrison
and family were amongst the arrivals by Saturday's boat. Alex is
turning his back upon the co88t
where he went some eighteen
months ago, and will make his
home once more in Kelowna. He
is entering the Oak Hall along
with his brother.
Mrs. J. B. Knowles returned Saturday from a visit to Kamloops.
Mr. R. Rowe left last week for
Ontario, where he is taking up
farming once more. His family
remain here for a short time.
The Rev. A. W. K. Herdman returned Saturday from Vancouver
where he attended the Temperance
Convention held last Thursday and
Friday. We understand that a
change of policy i$ to be decided
upon for the temperance forces
of the province. The more or less
unpopular Canada Temprance Act
is to be abandoned, and pressure
brought to bear upon the govenrn-
ment for local option measure. The
convention raised the number of
ihe provtneial executive from 16
to 25, including women for the
first time on the list.
The Rev Ferguson Millar of
Penticton will preach at Knox
church next Sunday. The Rev.
A. W. K. Herdman goes down to
Penticton by direction of the
Presbytery to arrange for the
settlement and introduction of Mr.
Millar as the Presbyterian minister
of that place on the 27th inst.
The Rev. C. A. White, formally
of Peachland, has accepted a call
to Field, B. C. His induction takes
place early in March.
A Talent Tea is being held this
afternoon by the Ladies' Aid of
Knox church at the home of Mrs.
R. F. Morrison from 4 to 6 p.m.
If you miss seeing the "Pinafore"
either Monday or Tuesday next,
you will regret it.
The Rev. Logie McDonnel, ow*
ing to continued ill health has been
compelled to resign his charge at
Vernon. The resignotion was
accepted last week. Ths Rev. A.
W. K. Herdrjian has been appointed interm moderator of session.
Qyite a large party of Kelowna's
hockey enthusiasts went down
with the junior team Monday afternoon to Summerland. There was
great jubilation on the wharf in
starting, but alas I and alack I they
came back—with a score of 7 to I
against them.
BIRD-SANDERS
An interesting wedding took
place last Wednesday evening at
the Methodist Parsonage, ' when
Percy O. Bird was married to Miss
Mary E. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs.
Bird have taken up their residence
on Abbot street in the house formally occupied by Mrs. Tutcher.
Mrs. Mark England and children
left last Thursday morning for the
Old Country, where she will reside
with her parents. She is accompanied by her brother-in-law
Ernest England, who howerer will
probably return to Kelowna.
The fourth monthly meeting of
the "S. S. Teachers' Association"
will be held in the Methodist
church at 8 p. m. on Wednesday
March 1st. The subject for discussion will be, "The Teachers
Preparation for Teaching," under
the leadership of the Rev. D. J.
Welsh. A good attendance is
looked for. v
Dr. Pfyffer of the Mission Ranch
had the misfortune to loose a calf
last week, which explains why the
school-house flag was at half-mast
all day Friday. Poor Bossy!
The opening st-rvices in connec
tion with the new Mission church
of St. Andrew's at South Okanagan took place last Sunday. The
seating capacity of the church was
taxed to its uttermost, the congregation included many people who
drove out from town, The preacher
was the rector of Kelowna, The
Rev. Thos. Greene. The buidling
of the new church and the increasing work in the district will necessitate a Curate being placed in
charge, and the Rector has received instructions from the Bishop
of the diocese to make the appointment.
J. F. BURNE
Solicitor,
Notary Public,
Conveyancer, etc.
KELOWNA, :: B.C
R. B. KERR
Barrister
and Solicitor,
Notary Public.
KELOWNA,
B. C.
C. Harvey, B. A. Moorhouie,
B.A.. Sc. C.E.. D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,
end B.C.L.S.
HARVEY & M00KH0USE
CIVIL ENGINEERS and LAND
SURVEYORS
Kelowna,  - B. C.
Phone 147. P.O. Box 231
W. T. ASHBRIDGE
CIVIL ENGINEER
Amoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E        Cn_du».e Toronto
University
Waterworks and Sewerage Syatamt, Pumping and
Lighting Plants. Concrete Construction, etc.
KELOWNA, :: B. C.
RICHARD H. PARKINSON
BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND
SURVEYOR.
CIVIL ENGINEER
P.O. BOX 137
KELOWNA
Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd
DENTIST
P. 0. Box 130
•Phone 06
Corner Peneozi Street and
Lawrence Avenue.
CLIFTON
NURSING AND MATERNITY
HOME
Mr,. LAWRENCE, Graduate Nune,
Glenn Ave., Kelowna, B.G
Phone 134
COLLETT BROS.
LIVERY AND DRAY
Horses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets all C.P.R.
boats. All kinds of heavy team
work. 'Phone 20.
JOHN CURTS
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Plans and Specifications Prepared
and estimates given for publicBuild-
ings.Town and Country Residences
JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA
PHONE No. 93
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved property alto other tecuritiet
G. A. FISHER
ROOM 4 KELLER BLOCK
Fire, Life, and Accident
Insurance.
THOMAS. P. HILL
BANKHEAD,
Planting, Pruning, Spraying
Etc.
P.O. Box 174, Kelotona.
A piece of flannel dampened with Cham-
ijerlain't Liniment and bound on to the
affected part* i* superior to any platter.
When trou led with lame back or paint in
the tide or chett give it a trial and you
are certain to be more than pleated with
the prompt relief which it affordt. Sold
by all dealer*.
ALFRED HANMORE
Pipe Fitter, Wells Dug and
Drioen
Pumps,  Windmills, Drains,
etc., repaired and installed.
Harney Aoenue, East.
D. W. Crowley Co.
Kelowna Ltd.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
Goods delivered to any part of
the City
We give our prompt attention
to mail orders
Phone 12
AR1TNSENOUR
 PAINT
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100 PER CENT PURE
The Martin-Senour Paint is prepared ready for the brush
and  under ordinary conditions, and for finishing coats
needs no thinning.
It is the best paint that can be made, and while the first
cost may be a little more than some of the cheaper
brands of paint on the market, the fact is that it will cost
from 15 to 20 per cent, less to paint an average size
building with the Martin-Senour paint, than with a
cheap and adulterated paint.
For example:—A building containing 4000 sq. feet will
require 10 gal. Martin-Senour paint (I gal. covers 400 to
450 sq. feet), at $2 per gal.,—$20. To paint the same
amount of surface with an adulterated paint, covering
300 to 350 square feet per gal., would require 13\ gals.,
at $1.75 per gal.,—$23.33. It cost no more to apply the
Martin-Senour paint, and besides it looks better and will
wear twice as long. Any person can apply it by simply
following the directions on each can.     '
We guarantee every can (except a few dark shades that
cannot be made from pure lead and zinc alone), to be
100 per cent, pure white lead, pure oxide of zinc, pure
linseed oil, pure colors, and turpentine dryer, and
to be entirely free from adulteration or substitution, and
sold subject to chemical anrlysis.
We wil be pleased to quote our prices on above paint.
E. C. Scott & Co.
The Wonderfully Cheap Men
KELLER BLOCK.
LIVE RENT FREE!
We own the most beautiful site for surburban
residence around Vancouver, cleared and ready for
building, etc. We desire an investment for our
capital which will bring us fair interest. We will
build you a house according to your own plans and
let you pay'"for houseand lot for rent you are paying now, or we will sell you a lot now at about half
its real value, and let you build at your convenience.
To carpenters and other building mechanics we
will furnish all building material at cost for a home
and you build your house and pay for it on small
monthly payments.
Mr. W. G. BLACKWOOD, of Kelowna, has
thoroughly inspected this property,-and has purchased four lots of 45 feet frontage, and we take pleasure
in referring any prospective buyers in Kelowna to
Mr. Blackwood, as to the value of the investment
You will never have as good an opportunity to own
your own home with as little effort. A
Electric trams run thvough
the property.
Hundreds will answer this, and the first will secure
big advantages, as the prices, terms and locations
are changing every week by week.
Phone or Address- r
LEIBLY ft BLUMER REALTY Co.
1108, Dominion Trust Building,
Phone 8365 or 614, Columbia St.
New Westminster, Phone 687
Open evenings until 9 o'clock.
nm Thursday, Feb. 23
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Carnations
Chrysanthemums
Violets
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Greenhouse.
A "Want" ad. in the Record
is a sure dividend-paying
investment.
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Pruning,
Spraying,
Planting, etc.
P.O., Kelowna.
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LOVE STORY
The Final Happy Meeting at the
Old Stone Fence.
By   KEITH   GORDON.
At tbe tender age of eleven years she
used to station herself behind the stone
fence tbat divided their grounds from
the road to see the boy pass by. Regularly at 8 o'clock five days in the week
she was at ber post, peeping over the
fence very cautiously lest the boy himself should discover ber.
There was something about this particular boy that she liked. His eyes
were as blue as those of Gladys Arabella, ber favorite blond doll. That in
Itself was enough to draw her stormy
gaze like a magnet. But there were
ether things besides. There was the
easy way that he sat on his pony, tbere
was the way he pulled his clotb cap
rakishly to one side, there was—well,
tbere was a daring, dashing, fascinating something about bim even at fourteen tbat proclaimed him one of the
conquerors.
For weeks she had paid him the silent homage of that trip to the fence
each morning. Then one day, waxing
cureless from long security, her black
head tind big dark eyes appeared Just
above It. He slackened his pony and
st/.rpd at ber with open curiosity.
"Hollo, there! What you staring at,
sissy?" he called out with boyish
roughness.  Tbe head disappeared.
He waited a moment, but as she
fulled to reappear he dashed off down
ihe road laughing.    _.     .
After tbat It was his delight to catch
her watching him. He would turn at
tbo most unexpected moments to see
If he could surprise her. But when,
once In awhile, he succeeded In getting
n glimpse of the gypsy-like head and
the fiery dark eyes his brusque "HI
there, sissy! See anything green?" always had the same effect She
dropped out of sight. 7
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It was a private school for boys kept
by an old friend of the family. So.her
parents sought a place for her tbere
wben It was necessary for them to sail
without their small daughter.
For her the excitement of' being
plnced In the school where the boy
went each day was delicious. They
bad known each other for a year—that
Is, she had watched him and he bad
-known that she was there.
"My eye! It's the girl who's always
peeking over the fence," he remarked
to his chum at his first glimpse of tbe
new pupil. "Isn't she a regular In
dlnn. though!" and he gazed curiously
at the straight, shitting black balr and
- tbe black eyes. He did not mention to
his chum that he liked shiny black
hair and eyes like blf dark stars.
After awhile he. looked toward her
and smiled, a foolish friendly smile.
Instead of meeting this overture witb
tbe ladylike graciousness that her
training bad taught, she made up a
face at him. Guess be wouldn't think
now tbat she liked him—that horrid
boy!
For some time after this he Ignored
her, but at laBt he impulsively proffered ber a stick of horehound when
tbey met ln the corridor one day.
With a stamp of her foot she threw
It to the ground. "If your mother
makes you eat horehound, eat It yourself. I'm not going to eat It!" she
flashed out with spirit Then, in a
tumait of nappiucra, io« nm, rcstisg
the astonished boy gastag after ber
with an open mouth.
"Spitfire!" was his greeting when
next tbey met
Thus the Ice was broken. Morning
after morning now be came to school
with some offering for the girL Often
It wui bunch of reses begged from
the gardener. "The prettiest ones you
bave," he would command Importantly, never guessing that tbelr fresh
beauty was instantly quenched ln the
darkness of the girl's small trunk.
Bach time that she-lifted the lid to put
ln a fresh bunch the exquisite scent
of the withered ones floated out Into
the room. Years afterward the drifting scent of .roses would bring before
her the laughing face of the. boy.
Once, Indeed, it did mere. It was a
moonlit night In California. Propped
up by pillows of-mystical, Japanese
design, she lounged In the oriental
chair that was her special delight
Her companion leaned toward her
and began to speak In a low, eager
voice. His' words of love seemed natural—a part of the breathless enchantment of tbe time and place. Why not
decide ber fate now and have it done?
Borne on the light breeze that ruffled
the leaves of the toyon tree at her
side, a breath from the rose garden
brushed across her face. A subtle
change came over her.
"No, no, Hugh. Please stop, dear,
please!" Bhe pleaded. "I'm so sorry,
but I can't say yes to you. I can't."
Bhe could not tell why, but It was
the scent of the roses that bad decided her.  -
The old boy and girl affair had died
the usual death of such attachments.
He bad gone to college and Bhe to a
finishing school They had sworn never to forget and to write twice a week.
And for six months they kept their -
vow.
Later a certain society belle whose
"dark beauty" was much exploited by
the newspapers occasionally found her-
wJf wondering, ln off moments, what
jnftd become of the boy, And he—one
mast not be band «ey him. Tb* world
Is so full of pretty girls, and hip eyes
..■re  blue and daring,  bis shoulders
v'.road. and he was gay and debonair.
*******
Sbe had reached the mature age of
iwenty-flve on a gray day in November, and the girl and her companion
paced aimlessly up and down tbe
platform of the little Scottish railway
station, waiting for the southbound
train.
A handsome young man wbo had
been taking a turn up and down the
opposite platform, waiting apparently
for a train to the north, glanced across
nt the people who, like himself, paced
back and forth Impatiently. As his
eyes fell upon the tall, graceful girl
with,a face like a brilliant flower, he
paused in astonishment. Then a wave
of warmth and excitement surged over
bim and be dashed across the. trucks
and advanced with boyish eagerness
toward her.
It was a pretty bit of comedy spair-
kling with pleasure,. surprise.-eagerness. Then the big black engine swept
down upon them with a wild, trlum-
pbabt shriek as much as to say:. "No
more of this nonsense. Come wltb me
to London, young lady." And in tho
midst of their excited greetings tbey
were obliged to part.
"Not married?" she laughed as he
stood at the door of the compartment
"No; I'm waiting for the lady fair,"
he answered gayly.   "And you?"
•'Waiting for the gentleman dark,"
she replied archly.
Then tbe guard called "All aboard."
and as she waved her hand In gay
farewell the train pulled out of tbo
station.
The world seemed suddenly flat to
him. "And I didn't get her London
address!" he exclaimed aloud as bis
stupidity dawned upon him. "Well, m
be banged!"
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Two years later the servants at Fair-
acre received notice from their young
mistress of her Intention of opening
the house for a few weeks. The old
place had been closed since her eai*ly
childhood.
She had traveled far and wide, been
courted and admired. But after awbile
oue got tired—so tired. In tbe very
midst of the season, when gayety, was
at its height thoughts of the depr old
days haunted her mind. They were
gone forever, those wonderful childish
days, but at least she would go back
and have a bit "of "make believe" all
to herself.
Tears rose in her eyes as she was
(Jriven up to her own door. How,well
she remembered the quaint supporting
pillars, aud the broad veranda! Tbe
sun was just dropping out of sight,
but Its faint golden glow lingered lovingly ou tbe place. In the darkness of
her old room that Bight she thought
with wet eyes of tha little girl of other
days. '...■-..
At 8 o'clock the next morning she
stole down to tbe stone fence once
more, smiling foolishly to herself as
she did so. There was no need to hide;
the boy would not go by. And so she
•leaned upon the wall, thinking pensively of the past
A weird buzzing aroused ber, and
she looked up to see a big red touring
car spinning down the road toward
her. For a moment she watched it indifferently. Then as It drew nearer
uud the outlines of Its occupant became clear her heart jumped with delight -■■:...
"It's he; It really. l«r she exclaimed
excitedly.
At the same moment the automobile
slackened speed, and the man inside
lifted hia hat with a flourish and sang
out Joyously: "Hello, little girl! What
you staring at?' As Of yore, she dropped suddenly down eut of sight.
"But isn't it strange that you should
happen along this very first morning
that I'm homer she queried wben,
their nonsense over, they stood talking across the wall.
"Well, not so odd as It would have
been If I bad not known you were coming," he admitted laughingly. Then a
queer look came Into his eyes.
"Why haven't you married?" he demanded abruptly. Bhe opened ber lips
to reply, but something In his face arrested her. Bhe flushed furiously. He
laid bis band on hers.
"Haven't we been a pair of Idiots?"
he asked, with a happy laugh.
Electric Wiring
All land* of Electric Wiring
neatly and promptly~2)one.
Best Workmanship and Materials
Satisfaction Guaranteed
J. I. CAMPBELL
Enquiries addressed P.O. Box 160
will receive prompt attention.
The Gladiolus.
I believe If I were limited to just one
flower for my own growing 1 would
choose the gladiolus In preference to
anything else. It has absolutely no
insect enemies and no diseases. It has
every color in the rainbow. It Is beautiful either growing or picked. It
blooms for three months steady. And,
best of all, it will grow and bloom ln
any soil, any weather and for any one.
I have never'known any one to fail
with it lfhe bad good bulbs to start
witb. Another thing, It Is a case
where you can "have your cake and
eat it too," for, besides the beautiful
blooms, the bulbs increase about threefold, and your supply keeps on Increasing from year to year. Most people
when you speak of gladiolus think of
the old fashioned, red and yellow flower common a generation ago and have
no Idea of the Immense improvement
that has taken place ln it. Every
color of the rainbow is now represented, and In form and color and size no
illy or carina can equal it Some
of mine are six Inches across and of
the most wonderful and beautiful coloring imaginable.-Henry Field.
Crasy, 8ur*.
Teacher—Jimmle, suppose you had
ten apples and ten oranges and gar*
nine-tenths of them to some other lit*
tie boys, what would you have?
Jimmle—I'd  have nay  bead ex*m-
Do YouKonw
THAT
Westbank
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 tha largest, most industrious, and influential place in the valley.
Now is your opportunity.   Most excellent
bargains.   The lota arc cleared, cultivated,
fenced, and have young orchards on them;
wall  irrigated,   and  have   good damesti
water.   Prices, $175 to $200 per acre.
Other most valuable land bargains
$25 per acre up.
. Hitchner Bros.
GLENCOE
Westbank    -   British Columbia
G. H. E. HUDSON
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Portrait
Photographer
Largest Studios in the Interior
Portraits by appointment.
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Smith Street
Kelowna
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P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
MEAT MERCHANTS
Fresh Meat
Daily
Full supply of Hams and Bacon
Fresh Fish in season
■J   A WANT AD. in the Record
will bring speedy results.
W. LUDLOW, Manager
Phw'135
Never wastes time and horseflesh^upon faulty or worn-outimplenientSj
A machine that will not do its. work right is dear   at   any   price,   and   the
longer you keep it around, the more it is "eating its head off."
START RIGHT
This spring, and it will be easy to   keep right.   Call in and let us show
you how easy it is to get the right  start.
Our Cockshutt Plows and Adams* Wagons are the
last word in proficiency and reliability.
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OPERA HOUSE
GILBERT and SULLIVAN'S
Charming Opera
H. M. S.
PINAFORE
WILL  BE  PRODUCED  BY  THE
Kelowna Musical and
Dramatic Society
ON
Monday and Tuesday
Feb. 27th & 28th
News of the Valley.
Emanating from the Associated
Boards of Trade meeting at Summerland, and endorsed at Vernon,
a petition is to ' be circulated
throughout the fruit sections of
B. C, protesting against the reciprocity proposals. This is to be
backed up by a strong delegation
to Ottawa.
Naramata and Summerland have
both passed passed strong resolutions condemning the reciprocity
proposals.
F. J. Mack of Vernon, shot himself in the New England Hotel,
Seattle," last week.. Two empty
morphine vials were found in the
room. Mack was about forty years
old, single, and a recent arrival in
the city. He had been a sufferer
from rheumatism and this is supposed to have caused him to end
his life.
A body discovered in Arrow
Lake last week has been identified,
by papers in the pockets, as that
of Wm. Bull, the commercial
traveller who disappeared last-
October. A ticket from Vernon to
Nelson was found on the body,
and it is generally thought that the
unfortunate man fell overboard
| from the steamer during the night,
i while proceeding on his journey.
IV. C. T. U. Notes.
Conducted !.y the Ladies of the Kelow no 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
welco
Book your seats early at Crawford's
Store
Managing Mildred
Wednesday March 1st, will be a special
at the Opera House, when the English
Opera Singers appear in "Managing Mildred."
So great was the success last season of
the English Opera Singers and Orchestra
and so insistent the demand for return
dates that the managment have arranged
for their appearance as principals this
season in the sparkling musical comedy
"Managing Mildred," written especially
for them by Walter S. Lockwood, the clever
young Chicago author. During the action
of the play musical numbers including
most of the late and popular successes
will be introduced. The company retains
their complete orchestra which greatly
adds to the musical strength of the organization. The play is a comedy in ever)
sei:ss of the word. From the rise of thf
curtain the clever lines and funny situation!
keep the face in a constant oscillation from
a smile to a laugh and back to a smile.
Dr. Forbes Winslow, the famous alienist, says that insanity and inebriety, go
hand in hand, and children of drunkards
inherit either the one o the other. The
present alarming increa e ih lunacy is, in
his opinion, the result of the continued
drunken habits of our ancestors. To arrest
tha progress of lunacy he advocates the
confinement of all uncontrollable drunkards
who should be regarded as lunatics.
Mr. Keir Hardie, M. P.," speaking at
Neath, said his travels in Scandinavia,
Germany and Belgium had taught him the
value of total abstinence. Temperance
should be treated as part of the general
movement for the redemption of the working classes. It was strange to see how
party politics evaporated when temperance
legislation was discussed in the House bf
Commons, and how Liberal and Tory
brewers united to oppose such legislation.
But a sober democracy is essential to the
welfare of the country.
Mr. Herbert Samuel, M. P., the Postmaster General, speaking at a Rechabite
demonstration in the Free Trade Hall,
Manchester, referred lo recent investigations into the causes of infant mortality,
and said it was a significant fact that of
the seven English countries first on the
list as having the highest rate of infant
mortality, six were also among the seven
having the highest statistics of intemperance. It seemed proved that the two
things had a close connection, and it was
but natural to expect that the poverty and
ill health which follow intemperance must'
have their effect in the waste of life.
If the people are to' be reformed they
must be the authors'bf their own reformation. This is the principle of local option.!
—The late Sir William Harcourt.
Lord Alverstone, who sentenced the
man Crippen to death says: "1 have no
hesitation in saying 90 per cent, of the
crime of this country is caused by strong
drink."
It is alleged that you cannot make people
:ober by Act of Parliament. You cannot,
!t is true. But 1 will tell ycu what you
can do; you can give the people by Act of
Parliament the power to make themselves
s-'ber.—Tlie- late Lord Randolph Churchill. '   -        ■
R. C. REED
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Phone 120
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The Bald Headed Man may
Look Wise
But If He Had Been He Would Have
Hair Now
You do not want a scientific treatise
on Ui« hair follicle—you are not particularly interested in the name of
the German scientist who isolated the
DUff that- ia said to cause baldness,
what you do want to know Is how to
save the hair you have and make it
•iron* and luatrous.
Hrft'a Hirsutone will do It better
than anything else.
It is not olaimed that Hirsutone Is
* wonderful solentlflc secret—but It
li the concrete result of all that is
proven in tne solentlflc treatment of
H&. and diseased hair and scalp.
is a haj>py combination and you
notioe a .prompt Improvement in
reeling of the scalp and the look
.  Ihe hair.
21rautone loosens and removes all
y and matted deposit on the scalp
—stimulates, the hair bulbs and fives
- new life and vigor to the hair Itself.
Nyal's Hirsutone' gives back to the
balr and scalp just what it has been,
robbed of by your neglect and abuse.
It is time to start right. Use Hirsutone.
It is one of the Nyal remedies and
BO higher recommendation can be glv-
*p it. They are all good. Ask your.
Hjral Druggist.    He recommends it.
How to cure . a cold is a   question in;;
which many are interested jiiat-now. Chain-"
berlain's Cough Remedy has won its-great
reputition arid immense sale by its remark-
a'lle cure of colds.    It can always ■ be  depended upon.   For sale by all dealers.
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Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday.
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Spring Whitewear.
On Monday, February 13th, we open and dis-
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play our Spring ana summer wnirewear.
Styles were never nicer, nor prices better than
our Whitewear for 1911.
Corset Covers, Underskirts, Gowns, and a few
only   Dressing   Jackets,   in   Jap   Styles   and
Paisley patterns.
New Models, Representative Styles, fit every
figure, slender/medium, and the figure of large
proportions.   ^
First Showing of the New Wash Dress
Just ten Dresses, no two alike. These new one
piece House Dresses are very pretty in style
and colors.   See them before your size is gone.
Remnants and Special Values in
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Crash Towelling, 17 and 18 inches, imported,
122C. yard.
Glass Towelling, in red and blue checks,
Finished Towels, 1 5 and 20 inches,
per yard, 12Jc-
Turkish Towels, white and colored,
Size, 20 x 36, per pair 20c.
Ten Odd Skirts to clear at Half-price.
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Orchard Oittj Record
"The Mighty Reo."
The car with the get-there-and-back
quality.
wait until you have seen a Reo
before buying your automobile.
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
IS DIFFERENT.
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.
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Oats, Bran, Wheat,
Barley and Oat Chop
Fresh Clean Stock, Just In.
Buggies, Cutters, Wagons,
Bob-Sleighs, etc.
IHC POWER SPRAYER
Do your* own and other spraying rapidly, cheaper, and
more effectively.   Do all kinds off odd jobs with the
engine—pumping, sawing wood, feed grinding, etc.
DALGLEISH & GLENN,
Dealers in Farm and
Orchard Implements
Pendozi St. and Lawrence Avenue.
A PHONE 150
The Red Cross Society, aided by
a substantial cheque from John D.
Rockefeller, are rushing relief towards the starving .millions in
China.
A permanent branch of the
Canadian Industrial Peace Association haa been formed at Victoria.
The Toronto Globe comforts us
with the observation that British
Columbia apples can outclass anything raised in the United States.
That's true enough, but when
quality and cheapness are brought
into contact quality often has to go
to the wall.
Small Pox has occured on the
main line between Mission and
North Bend, and all towns between
these two points have been placed
under quarantine, no one being
allwed to board a train.
The Great Northern Railway are
going to build a depot at Winnipeg
close to Main street, a few blocks
from the C. P- R. depot, and have
trains running in from the south
within a vear. The railroad will
establish a daily fruit special from
Minneapolis, arriving in Winnipeg
about 6 a. m.
From reading various papers and
opinions, we have come to the conclusion that the new tariff between
the Canucks and Uncle sam will
ruin both countries.-—Greenwood
Ledge.
} M. CROFT
Bootmaker.
All kinds of Repairs
BERNARD AVENUE,
KELOWNA.
KELOWNA WEST BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted to Any Point
on the Lake
Ferry to Bear Creek every Friday.
L HAYMAN
Box 66 Kelowna, B.C.
Kelowna Opera House.
Wednesday, March 1st.
C. P. WALKER presents
The Sparkling
Musical Comedy
The Musical Play Unusual
With the Famous
English Opera Singers
AND THEIR OWN
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA.
Elaborately Staged with Beautiful Costumes and Special Scenery.
Regular Prices. Plans at Crawford's.
A tool factory, the only one of
its kind west of Chicago, is to be
built at New Wertmiriister across
the river, construction to start almost at once. The name of the
concern is the Drop Forge Manufacturing Company. B. F. Boyd
representing those interested was
in New Westminister last week
and took options on the site, which
is situated not far from the bridge.
All kinds of carpenters' tools are
to be manufactured and about
$125,000 is to be invested at the
start. In all it is expected that
about 100 men will be employed
when running full blast.
In twenty-four hours no less
than sixty-one oil companies were
lately granted certificates of incorporation , by the Alberta government. All propose to operate in
the vicinity of Morinville Alberta,
where the petroleum rights on
oyer one hundred sections of land
have been leased from the Dominion government by individuals.
Each company defines the area in
which it intends to carry on operations, limited in each case to a
square mile. H. L. Williams, manager of the American-Canadian
Oil Company, is a subscribed shareholder in each company.
Mrs. Zerelda Samuel, 86 years
old, mother of Frank and Jesse
James, died last week on a St. Louis
and San Francesco train fifteen
mile8_ JronAOklahoma. She was
en route to Kansas City from the
home of her son, Frank, whc lives
on a farm near Fletcher, Okla.
That Canada is tlie headquarters
fqr anarchistic organizations with
ramifications throughout the world
is the startling statement contained
in the current issue of M. A. P. on
the authority of an alleged expert
on anarchism.
President Taf t's reciprocity agreement with Canada .was passed in
the House o f Representatives
through the support of an almost
solid Democratic vote. The McCall
bill, carrying the agreement into
effect, was passed by 221 to 92.
The McCall bill now goes to the
Senate. What its fate will be in
that body is problematical. President Taf t believes that if a filibuster
can be avoided and a vote taken,
the bill v/ill pass. He is insistent
that the Senate'shall act one way
or the other, and has indicated
that he would call an extra session
congress if it does not do so.
The asssociation of Chambers of
Cou.merce, a London despatch
satates, has resolved to make representations to the Colonial office
regarding the new law of taxation
of commercial travellers in British
Columbia, as a consequence of
which a large number of firms
have ceased to send representatives
to the extreme West. The Colonial
office points out that there have
been several occasions when the
Dominion government'. has complained of the legislative powers of
British Columbia. It is possible
that the offending act may come
before fhe Privy Council for review.
The quarantine at Mission has
been lifted, and passengers are
now permitted to leave the train.
The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths'
Company of London has just completed the magnificent service of
plate which is to be presented by
the province of Brisith Columbia
to H. M. C. S. Rainbow. The
centrepiece bears the following
inscription: " Presented by the
province of British Columbia to
H. M. C. S. Rainbow in welcome
recognition of this being the first
vessel of the Canadian navy to be
stationed on the Pacific coast of
the Dominion, and with the loyal
hope and belief that the Rainbow
and her successors may fulfil their
part in uniting and strengthening
the naval defences of the Empire—
1911."
London has created a royal commission to consider plans for doing
away with rats.
- W. H. Underwood, a fruit grower
of Hutchison, Kan., has undertaken
the task of heating a square mile of
orchard this spring. He is ordering 19,500 orchard heaters. These
stoves, each oi which has a reservoir which holds ten gallons of
oil, will be placed in his apple
orchard near Hutchison to prevent
damage to the trees by frost. The
orchard is 600 acres in extent and
about thirty stoves will be used to
keep the heat of each acre above
the freezing point.
Owing to the energetic action
taken by the Provincial Board of
Health the epidemic of smallpox
has been stamped out and the
quarantine has been lifted^ from
Mission," Abbbtsford and (Jiover-
dale. There have been sixty-four
cases throughout the province, but
no deaths.
The outbreak of typhoid /in
•Ottawa is assuming alarming proportions. Over six hundred cases
have been registered at the city
hall and these are added to every
day.
The locality of Graytown, Sask.,
has been facing a coal famine.
A train was held up the other day
and a car of coal taken which was
destined for Maryfield. That was
the first car unloaded for about
three weeks. ,
A bill is to be introduced in the
Ontario-legislature to abolish the
granting of bonuses by municipalities to industrial concerns.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
propose spending $5,000,000 in
Toronto improving its property
there.
The Daily Mail's Berlin correspondent says that a party of German suffragettes intends emmigrat-^
ing to Canada.
Sedentary habit*, lock of outdoor exercise, insufficient mastication of food, con.
stlpation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety
are the moat common cauitea of stomach,
troubles. Correct your habits and take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet*
and vou will ao6n be well again. For sales
by all dealers.
You are probably aware that pneumonia
always results from a cold, but you never
heard of a cold resulting in pneumonia
when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was
used. Why tnke the risk when this rem.
edy may be had for a trifle ) For sale by
all dealers.
What Has Dandruff Got To
Do With Baldness ?
Vou   see   ths   statement   every   day
that the one cause of baldnsss la dan
druff.   But Is ltr
the
True,   dandruff  often   precedes
departure of the.hair.
it is equally true that you know
men with ft shock: ot hair you can
hardly pull a comb through, who have
curried around a dandruff laden collar
as long as you have known them.
Tou have alio teen men whose scalp
was kept as clean as a baby's whose
hatr wa* surely.'departing:.
That dandruff talk sounds well and
convinces a good many of us, but let
us not fool ourselves.
Of course dandruff Isn't a rood thing
to carry around, but it is only an indication.
The same trouble that causes the
hair to fall out usually oauses dandruff, so if you get at the oause and
arrest the loss of hair, you will stop
dandruff too.
Those who use Nyal's Hirsutone find
it the most satisfactory thalr healer
and hair dressing they have aver used.
It does stop the hair from falling
out.
It will   also_ stop   dandruff.
Tour Nyal Druggist oheerfully recommends It—11.00 and 60o in sprinkler
bottles,
One for ♦ach everyday ailment
.Sold and Guaranteed by
P. B. WILLITS & Co., Kelowna.
LAYRITZ NURSERIES,:
KELOWNA AND YIGT0RIA.  -
Fruit Trees
Shrubs, Shade Trees, Rosri*. ^n.-HiiT.'als, and
general Nursery Stock.
Book your orders at once for spring planting.
The highest class of stock, true to name, and all the
standard varieties.
K.   E.   BOYER,   Manager.
is ■—sk simi'irni inn 11 iir r-iii
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Etc.
Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited
FOR SALE
30 acres of Land, 8 acres of 6 year-old Orchard, (Apples
Pears, Plums, Prunes), Quarter mile Lake Frontage. House contains 5 rooms. Small Shack,
Stable, Boat-house, Landing-stage. Excellent Spring
on property.    Two miles from' Kelowna.
HEWETSON & MANTLE.
GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS
Situated within one half mile of town, and being
about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, If ke and surrounding country.
Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.
Close to Town and Market.
There is only one GLENMORE. Don't miss the opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable
property.
If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of -land call on us and we will
show you our sub-division .
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WOODLAWN
- vO
Jv.st four blocks from the centre of the town.    Prices low.   Terms easy,
monthly "payments if so desired.
Fire Insurance
We represent only the best board companies.
If you Want Your Jams to keep, they
should be put up with
Cane - Sugar - Only
All B. C. Sugar^Refining Company's Products
Consist Solely of Pur* CANF SUGAR.
MASIUPACTURKD A    VANCOUVER.  i.r   ...
Th? British Columbia Svpn Refining
Company, Limited,
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The Orchard City Record.
Thursday, Feb. 23
OPERA HOUSE
GILBERT and SULLIVAN'S
Charming Opera
H. M. S.
PINAFORE
WILL  BE  PRODUCED  BY  THE
Kelowna Musical and
Dramatic Society
ON
Monday and Tuesday
Feb. 27th & 28th
Book your seats early at Crawford's
Store
News of the Valley.
Emanating from the Associated
Boards of Trade meeting at Summerland, and endorsed at Vernon,
a petition is to be circulated
throughout the fruit sections of
B. C, protesting against the reciprocity proposals. This is to "be
backed up by a strong delegation
to Ottawa.
Naramata and Summerland have
both passed passed strong resolutions condemning the reciprocity
proposals.
F. J. Mack of Vernon, shot himself in the New England Hotel,
Seattle,' last week... Two empty
morphine vials were found in the
room. Mack was about forty years
old, single, and a recent arrival in
the city. He had been a sufferer
from rheumatism and this is supposed to have caused him to end
his life.
A body discovered in Arrow
Lake last week has been identified,
by papers in the pockets, as that
of Wm. Bull, the commercial
traveller who disappeared last-
October. A ticket from Vernon to
Nelson was found on the body,
and it is generally thought that the
unfortunate man fell overboard
from the steamer during the night,
while proceeding on his journey.
W. C. T. U. Notes.
Conducted by the Ladles df the Kelow nn 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
welco
Managing Mildred
Wednesday March 1st, will be a special
at the Opera House, when the English
Opera Singers appear in "Managing Mildred."
So great was the success last season of
the English Opera Singers and Orchestra
and so insistent the demand for return
dates that the managment have arranged
for their appearance as principals this
season in the sparkling musical comedy
"Managing Mildred," written especially
ior them by Walter S. Lockwood, the clever
young Chicago author. During the action
of the play musical numbers including
most of the late and popular successes
will be introduced. The company retains
their complete orchestra which greatly
adds to the musical strength of the organization. The play is a comedy in ever)
senss of the word.    From tlie rise   of   thf
curtain the clever lines and funny situations
keep the face in a constant oscillation'from
a smile to a laugh and back to a smile.
Dr. Forbes Winslow, the famous alienist, says that insanity and inebriety, go
hand in hand, and children of drunkards
inherit either the one o the other. The
present alarming increa e in lunacy is, in
his opinion, the result of the continued
drunken habits of our ancestors. To arrest
the progress of lunacy he advocates the
confinement of all uncontrollable drunkards
who should be regarded as lunatics.
Mr. Keir Hardie, M. P.,"' speaking at
Neath, said his travels in Scandinavia,
Germany and Belgium had taught him the
value of total abstinence. Temperance
.should be treated as part of the general
movement for the redemption of the working classes. It wets strange to see how
party politics evaporated when temperance
legislation was discussed inthe House df
Commons, and how Liberal and Tory
brewers united to oppose stich legislation.
But a sober democracy is essential to the
welfare of the country.
Mr. Herbert Samuel, M. P., the Postmaster General, speaking at a Rechabite
demonstration in the Free Trade Hall,
Manchester, referred to recent investigations into the causes of infant mortality,
and said it was a significant fact that of
the seven English countries first on the
list as having the highest rate of infant
mortality, six were also among the seven
having the highest' statistics of intemperance. It seemed proved that the two
things had a close connection, and it was
but natural to expect that the poverty and
ill health which follow intemperance must
have their effect in the waste of life.
R.
C. REED
Phone PI
F. W. BUTLER
Phone 120
Kelowna Ma infacturing
Company
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
sito-ka
We haoe a lar6e consignment of the latest lines oi
Picture Moudings JUST IN.
Now is ijour time to get all your Picture Framing
done, at prices that DEFY COMPETITION.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Office Phone, 85
The Bald Headed Man may
Look Wise
Bo* If He Had Been He Would Have
Hair Now
Tou do not want a scientific treatise
on tha hair follicle—you are not particularly Interested In the name ot
the German scientist who isolated the
bus that la said to cause baldness.
What you do want to know la how to
mt» the	
hair you have
tron* and luetrous.
NyaVa  Hirsutone  will
- wyava  jursuton*
than anything «l»e.
It ia not olalmad
and make it
do. It  batter
  that Hirsutone la
• wonderful aelentlfle secret—but It
ta the conoreta rasUlt of all that Is
proven in the solentlflc treatment of
llQP and diseased hair and scalp.
Is a happy combination and you
notloe a, prompt improvement in
• feeling of the acalp. and the look
the hair.
Eir
5'
Irautone: loosens  and  removes  all
If the people are to' be" reformed  they
must be the authors^ their own  reform-   ^j    „d matted deposit on the acalp
ation.   This is the principle of local option.! —<tlmulate»ithe hair bulbs and- elver
—The late Sir William Harcourt.
Lord Alverstone, who sentenced the
man Crippen to death says: "1 have no
hesitation in saying 90 per cent, of the
crime of this country is caused by strong
drink."
It is alleged that ytou'eanh^t make people
:ober by Act of Parliament. You cannot,
it is true. But 1 will tell you what.you
can do; you can give the people.by Act of
Parliament the power to make themselves
sr>ber.—The late Lord Randolph Churc-
h.ll.
new life and vigor to the hair Itself.
Nyal's Hirsutone* gives back to the
hair and soalp just what it has been
robbed of by your neglect and abuse.
11 la time to start right. Use Hlr-
■Utons. •'■■_.
It la, one pf th$ Nyal remedies and
no higher recommendation can be glv-
lt.-They are all good.    Ask your
'al Druggist.    He recommends it
How t° cure a cold is a question in
which many are interested just now. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its great
reputition and immense sale by its remarkable cure of colds. It can always be depended upon.    For sale by all dealers.
S.GRAY
Portrait
Photographer
Studio     open
Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday.
Rowcliffe Block
One for each everyday aOmeat
Sold and Guaranteed .by   .    «^T
P. B: WILLITS & Co., Kelowha. H§
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Spring Whitewear.
On Monday, February 13th, we open and display our Spring and Summer Wmtewear.
Styles were never nicer, nor prices better than
our Whitewear for 1911.
Corset Covers, Underskirts, Gowns, and a few
only   Dressing   Jackets,   in   Jap   Styles   and
Paisley patterns.
New Models, Re^reseiMtive Styles, fit every
figure, slender, medkim, arid the figure of large
proportions. ^P|^^tr|l>50r$2.OOl"tD- $4.00
iMMMMk
Just ten Dresses, no two alike. These new one
piece House Dresses are very pretty in style
and colors.   See them before your size is gone.
Remnants and Special Values i
in   iiirifiimn.
•___»_.
IN
WMylAy\
Crash Towelling, 17 and 18 inches, imported,
122C. yard.
Glass Towelling, in red and blue checks,
Finished Towels, 15 and 20 inches,
per yard, 121c.
Turkish Towels, white and colored,
Size, 20 x 36, per pair 20c.
Ten Odd Skirts to clear at Half-price.
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Odd Waists to clear at 50c.
Satisfied Customers" our motto.
Phone 22
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Phone 22
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Thursday Feb 23
Orchard Gity Record
DALGLEISH &
"Tlie Rfighty Reo."
The car with the get-there-and-back
quality.
wait until you have seen a Reo
before buying your automobile.
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
IS DIFFERENT.
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, Wheat,
Barley and Oat Chop
Fresh Clean Stock, Just In.
Buggies, Cutters, Wagons,
Bob-Sleighs, etc.
I.H.C. POWER SPRAYER
Do your own and other spraying rapidly, cheaper, and
more effectively.   Do all kinds off odd jobs  with the
engine—pumping, sawing wood, feed grinding, etc.
DALGLEISH & GLENN,
Dealers in Farm and
Orchard Implements
Pendozi St. and Lawrence Avenue.
PHONE 150
J. M. CROFT
Bootmaker.
All kinds of Repairs
BERNARD AVENUE,
KELOWNA.
KELOWNA WEST BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted to Any Point
on the Lake
Ferry to Bear Creek every Friday.
L. HAYMAN
Box 66
Kelowna, B.C.
Kelowna Opera House.
-- ■ y _ ' ...
Wednesday, March 1st.
C. P. WALKER presents
The Sparkling
Musical Comedy
The Musical Play Unusual
With the Famous
English Opera Singers
AND THEIR OWN
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA.
Elaborately Staged with Beautiful Cos-
,    tumes and Special Scenery.
Regular Prices. Plans at Crawford's.
- Provincial and General News
The Red Cross Society, aided by
a substantial cheque from John D.
Rockefeller, are rushing relief towards the starving . millions in
China.
A permanent branch of the
Canadian Industrial Peace Association has been formed at Victoria.
The Toronto Globe comforts us
with the observation that British
Columbia apples can outclass anything raised in the United States.
That's true eno.ugh, but when
quality and cheapness are brought
into contact quality often has to go
to the wall.
Small Pox has occured on the
main line between Mission and
North Bend, and all towns between
these two points have been placed
under quarantine, no one being
allwed to board a train...-
The Great Northern Railway are
going to build a depot atWinnipeg
close to Main street, a few blocks
frpm the C. P- R. depot, and have
trains running in from the south
within a year. The railroad will
establish a daily fruit special from
Minneapolis, arriving in Winnipeg
about 6 a. m.
From reading various papers and
opinions, we have come to the conclusion that the new tariff between
the Canucks and Uncle sam will
ruin both countries.—Greenwood
Ledge.       -._■"..
A tool factory, the only one of
its kind west of Chicago, is to be
built at New Wertminister across
the river, construction to Start almost at once. The name of the
concern is the Drop Forge Manufacturing Company. B. F. Boyd
representing those interested" was
in New Westminister last week
and took options on the site, which
is situated not far from the bridge.
All kinds of carpenters' tools are
to be manufactured and about
$1.25,000 is to be invested', at the
start. In all it is expected that
about 100 men will be employed
when running full blast.
In twenty-four hours no less
than sixty-one oil companies, were
lately granted certificates of incorporation by the Alberta government. All propose to operate in
the vicinity of Morinville Alberta,
where the petroleum rights on
oyer one hundred sections of land
have been leased from the Dominion government by individuals.
Each'company defines the area in
which it intends to carry on operations, limited in each case to a
square mile. H. L. Williams, manager of the : American-Canadian
Oil Company, is a subscribed shareholder in each company.
Mrs. Zerelda Samuel, 86 years
old, mother of Frank and Jesse
James,.died last week on a St. Louis
and San= Francesco^ train fifteen
miles from Oklahoma. She was
en route to Kansas City from the
home of her son, Frank, who lives
on a farm near Fletcher, Okla.
That Canada is tlie headquarters
fqr anarchistic organizations with
ramifications throughout the world
is the startling statement contained
in the current issue of M. A. P. on
the authority of an alleged expert
on anarchism.
President Taft's reciprocity agreement with Canada .was passed in
the House o f Representatives
through the support of an almost
solid Democratic vote. The McCall
bill, carrying the agreement into
effect, was passed by 221 to 92.
The McCall bill now goes to the
Senate. What its fate will be in
that body is problematical. President Taft believes that if a filibuster
can be avoided and a vote taken,
the bill v/ill pass. He is insistent
that the Senate'shall act one way
or the other, and has indicated
that he would call an extra session
congress if it does not do so.
The asssociation of Chambers of
Coii.merce, a London despatch
satates, has resolved to make representations to the Colonial office
regarding the new law of taxation
of commerciar travellers in British
Columbia, as a consequence of
which i a large number of firms
have ceased to se'nd representatives
to the extreme West. The Colonial
office points out that there have
been several occasions when the
Dominion government' has complained of the legislative powers of
British Columbia. It is possible
that the offending act may come
before fhe Privy Council for review.
The quarantine at Mission has
been lifted, and passengers are
now permitted to leave the train.
7 he Goldsmiths and Silversmiths'
Company of London has just completed the magnificent service of
plate which-is.to' be presented by
the province of Brisith Columbia
to H. 1VI. C. S. Rainbow. The
centrepiece bears the following
inscription: " Presented by the
province of British Columbia to
H. M. C. S. Rainbow in welcome
recognition of this beihg the first
vessel of the Canadian navy to be
stationed on the Pacific coast of
the Dominion, and with the loyal
hope and belief that the Rainbow
and her successors may fulfil their
part in - uniting, and strengthening
the naval defences of the Empire—
1911."
London has created a royal commission to consider plans for doing
away with rats.
W. H. Underwood, a fruit grower
of Hutchison, Kan., has undertaken
the task of heating a square mile of
orchard this spring. He is ordering 19,500 orchard-heaters. These
stoves, each of which has a reservoir which holds ten gallons qf
oil, will be placed in his apple
orchard near Hutchison to prevent
damage to the trees by frost. The
orchard is 600 acres in extent and
about thirty stoves will be used to
keep the heat of each acre above
the freezing point.
Owing to the energetic action
taken by the Provincial Board of
Health the epidemic of smallpox
has been stamped out and the
quarantine has been lifted from
Mission, Abbotsford and Cloverdale. There have been sixty-four
cases throughout the province, but
no deaths.
The outbreak of typhoid /in
Ottawa is assuming alarming proportions. Over six hundred cases
have been registered at the city
hall and these are added to every
day.
The locality of Graytown, Sask.,
has been facing a coal famine.
A train was held up the other day
and a car of coal taken which was
destined for Marvfteld. That was
the first car unloaded for about
three weeks. .,
A bill is to be introduced in the
Ontario-legislature to abolish the
granting of bonuses by municipalities to industrial concerns.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
propose spending $5,000,000 in
Toronto improving its property
there.
The Daily Mail's Berlin correspondent says that a party of German suffragettes intends emmigrat-^
ing to Canada.
You are probably aware tha. pneumonia
always results from a cold, but you never
heard of a cold resulting in pneumonia
when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was
used. Why tnlce the risk when this remedy may be had for a trifle ? For sale by
all dealers.
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exer.
cise, insufficient masticAtion of food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety
»re the mom common causes of stomach,
troubles. Correct your habits and take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablete
and you will soon be weti again. For sales
by all dealers.
What Has Dandruff Got To
Do With Baldness ?
You see the statement every day
that the one cause ot baldness ia dandruff.    But Is ItT,
True, dandruff often precedes the
departure of the. hair.
it is equally true that you know
men with ft shook of hair you can
hardly pull a comb through, who have
carried around a dandruff laden collar
as Ion* as you have known them.
Tou have-also seen man whose scalp
waa kept aa clean as a baby's whose
hair was surely.'departing.
That dandruff talk sounds well and
convinces a rood many of us, tut 1st
us not fool ourtalvss.
Of course dandruff Isn't a .rood thing
to carry around, but It is only an Indication.
The same trouble that causes the
hair to fall out usually causes dandruff, so If you cat at the cause and
arrest the lost of hair, you will stop
dandruff too.
Those who use Nyal's Hirsutone And
it the most satisfactory (hair healer
and hair dressing: they have «ver used.
It does stop tho balr from falling
out.
It will   also   atop  dandruff.
Tour Nyal Druggist oheerfully recommends it—11.00 and SOo in sprinkler
bottles,
One for each everyday ailment
Sold and Guaranteed by
P. B. WILLITS & Co., Kelowna.
-
LAYRITZ NURSERIES,
■     KELOWNA AND VICTORIA.   -
Fruit Trees
Shrubs, Shod'- Trees, R.or:.j..~, Orv.araiW'.tals, and
general Nursery Stock!
Book your orders at once for spring planting.
The highest class of stock, true to name, and all the
standard varieties.
H.   E.   BOYER,   Manager.
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Etc.
Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited
FOR SALE
30 acres of Land, 8 acres of 6 year-old Orchard, (Apples
Pears, Plums, Prunes), Quarter mile Lake Frontage. House contains 5 rooms. Small Shack,
Stable, Boat-house, Landing-stage. Excellent Spring
on property.    Two miles from Kelowna.
HEWETSON & MANTLE.
GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS
Situated within one half mile of town, and being
about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, Ipkc and surrounding country.
Ideal Fruit SoilA Abundance of Water.
Close to Town and Market.
There is only one GLENMORE. Don't miss the opportunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable
property.
If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of -land call on us and. we will
show you our sub-division 7
WOODLAWN
just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Prices low.   Terms easy,
monthly"paymenta if so desired.
If you Want Your Jams to keep, they
should be put up with
Cane > Sugar -Only
AU B. C. Sugar~Refming Company's Products
Consist Solely of Pure CANE SUGAR.
MANUIMCTDRRD A" VANC0I1VKR.   15 C   BY
I!Le British Columbia Sugar Refining
Company, Limited,
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The Orchard Gity Record
Thursday, Feb.23 s
M  H»""tHI1
Are  you  taking  advantage  of  the
Bargains that
The Store of Plenty
Offers you each week.
// Not?      Why Not?
Remember our goods  are of the
Highest Quality, and our Prices
the Lowest.
Here are our Specials for Saturday
Crown  or  Bee-Hive Syrup, 51b pails,
35 c. pail
Corn Flakes -        -        -        1 Oc. pkg.
Choice Mixed Candy   - 21bs. for 25c
Job  lot  of  China and Ornaments  at
your own price.
Choice Sweet Oranges     -    30c. doz.
Choice Ham, Sat. only     -    - 24c. lb.
Bring or send your orders to
K,F. OXLEY'S
RESTAURANT.
Good meals to be had.
Closes Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 9 p.m.
Misses Laidlaw.
Corner Water St. and
Lawrence.
GETTING INTO CANADA.
Dont Hesitate
To have your watch examined
if it fails to keep time. An examination of mine means correct
time.
All kinds of Watch, Clock, and
Jewelery Repairs executed in a
prompt and satisfactory manner
on short notice, and all repairs
absolutely   guaranteed.
WALTER M. PARKER
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
Bernard Avenue.
All work absolutely guaranteed
OVER •« YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Phone 35
Phone 35
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c
' .Anyone sending a sketch and description may
qnlclily ascertain our opinion _re« whttlior an
Invention is probablr patentable. Communications strictly confldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent*
sent free. Oldest agency for seouruspatents.
Patents taken through Munn A C*. recelvo
special notice, without charge. In tha
Scientific America...
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Iargtrt circulation of any scientific journal. Term* for
Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Bold by
all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.36««»^ New York
Branch Offlce. 625 FBt, Washington, D,0.   .,
The People's Store
Phones:  Grocery, 214    Dry Goods, 314     Office, 143
Stock-taking is now over,
And great quantities of
New Spring Goods
Are Arriving Daily.
We expect to have all our new goods, viz.:
Boots and Shoes,
Dress Goods,   Furnishings,
Clothing,  Whitewear,
»
Etc., all on display before the end of February.
Come in and inspect our new goods.
No trouble to show them.
THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.
Headquarters for the Economical Buyer
Robert  Barr  Misrepresents   In  Order
to  Make Magazine "Copy."
In one of his latest stories Robert
Barr brings his hero, Lord Stranleigh.
to Canada, where he has an amusing
experience with the Immigration officer. The trouble with the incident
is that it could not have happened,
and the officials at Montreal and elsewhere are annoyed. Mr: Barr represents Stranleigh as traveling with his
valet and bearing with him letters of
introduction to bankers in Montreal,
Toronto and New York. At Montreal
he met with an experience which
made him wonder if he were within
the boundaries of the British'Empire.
No doubt he will be excused by many
because of the purpose he had in
view in making protest against one
feature of the Canadian regulation*
governing the admission of emigrants, but he quite failed to master
his facts. Hs describes the immigration official as being tha man who
had discovered that on lavaral occasions immigrants, a«UBt«l by tbak
friends, had trav«l*d flrst-elaas instead oi tucaad or ibixd ia ord*r to
escape tha r«*iri_>t_£___» Mt up a#ain»t
the admiuion at paiMEa. This is
where Mr. Barr SMft ustay. H» auui
wouid pay 940 «r 109 axt_t_i in paaaag*
money in erdtf to a«_U tito amaaaity
of possessing 919 aa kukstixtZ- But Mr.
P-arr had to create thte fctari ef actuation in order la Whip hni ftran-
'eigh, "tha riehaat man rn tka world,"
up against oae of oar uMtifration
officials. And so tha o_Bcial, litter
knowing the man ha was dealing
with, tackled his lordabip.
"Do you poseess - twenty-five dollars?" asked the official atermly of
the richest man in England, who gave
tlio name of Edmufid Trerelyan.
"I've got two dollars," answered
Stranleigh, "or perhaps sixpence less
since my last bottle of Baae."
"Are you a farm loboxorf" waa th*
next question.
"I have occasionally worked upon
a farm, but I never made any money
at it."
"Did you earn tha mob*? tbat ptW
your passage?"
"Well, now that jwu corner me, I
can't say that I did."
"Were you assisted by friends, or
did you come over through the help
of any charity?"
"Through the charity of old George
Selwyn I received some assistance."
"Then you must go back."
"I intend to."
"If you have a return ticket why
didn't you say so?"
"Because^ didn't take a return
ticket. I sail for England in a month
or two via New Yorjj.
"Merely came this way to view the
so^nory?" suggested the officer.
"Exactly. Still, I hope to get some
asaistauce when I land. I carry letters to people over here."
"You won't land," said the guardian of his country with decision.
"The Dominion expects every man
to pay his own way, and we consider
it.servile for anyone to accept 'outdoor relief. You flash up twenty-fiv1
dollars or else stay aboard this ship.''
"I &gree with you," said Stranleigh, "that that's a very good spirit
to work on."
He dug down into his pockets and
fished up some Canadian money,
which he counted.
"I find I have only a dollar and
°ighty cents. That last bottle of beer
has wrecked me. What do you suggest?"
"I don't suggest; I cider.   It's you
for the raging main once more.   I've
caurrht several of your tribe already."
"Ah!   I understand now why Lord
Kitchener avoided Canada and came
home   through    the   United   States.
Horatio Herbert Kitchener is a wise
man, and there are not more things
in heaven   and earth, Horatio,   than
are dreamt of in your philosophy."
The young man glanced to the rear.
"Ponderby," he said quietly.
The deferential   valet stepped   forward.
"How much money hava you?"
Ponderby had been trained to substitute "sir" for "my lord."
"I have about a thousand dollars in
currency, sir, and tha latter of credit
for ten thousand."
"Bring hither tha wherewithal arid
erush this official. Perhaps we ean
both crawl into Canada under cover
of our ill-gotten gains."
IN POUND
Bay mare 4 yeai old, branded H on right
shoulder, little white hair on forehead,
white ring round left hind foot. Fifteen
days from this date will be - sold if not
claimed.   Feb. 23rd, 1911. 13-14
MEN WANTED
Men wanted at once to do root grafting.
Apply Roaefield Nursery, Gellatly, B. C.
13-16
HORSES      '   •
All kinds broken to drive.   Also all kinds
for sale.    Horses clipped.    Apply E. J.
Pettigrew. I3tf
FOR SALE
Top Buggy, nearly new, in perfect condition.   Apply D. Brown,  Glenn  avenue.
13
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for
duplicate certificate of Title to E J of
Section 32, Township 26, Osoyoos Division
Yale District. ,
Notice is hereby given that it is my intention at the expiration of one month from
the date.of the first publication hereof to
issue duplicate certificate of title to said
lands issued to Thomas Murray and
numbered 1010a unless in the. meantime I
receive and valid objection in writing.
W. H. EDMONDS,
Land Registry Oflice,   District Registrar.
Kamloops, B. C, Feb. 15, 1911.
FOR SALE
Barred Rock Cockerels, now
is the time to mate your rens
for early hatching; also 280
egg incubator, will exchange
for tent, single harness, or anything useful.   C. E. Weeks,
Benvoulin B. C.
New
Whitewear,
Just
Received.
Corset Covers
Made of Fine Cambric,
trimmed with fine Lace,
and Embroidery,
50c to $2.50
Women's Drawers
Made of Fine Whit$
Cambric, comprising
double rows of Lace Insertion and Lace,
prices ranging from
65c to $1.25^   _•   _
Wos. Night Gowns
Made of Soft-finished
Cambrics, trimmed with
Embroideries,
$1.35, $1.50, $1.65,
$2.25, $3.00.
New Blouses
Just received per express, the very "latest
novelties in Shirt Waists
and Fancy White Blouses, prices ranging from
$1.25 to $7.50
SPECIAL..
25 doz. Ladies' White
Ribbed Cotton Vests
regular 20c, 25c, &
30c qualities,
your choice only
15c,   7for$l.
The Kelotona
Outfitting
Store
1.0. M. CALOER
FOR SALE
160 acres of good fruit land, 2J miles
fronuKelowna and j mile from school
20 acres cleared, the rest is free from
stones and easify cleared. Small house,
stabling for 6 horses also- chicken house
and other outbuildings. Terms, $40 per
acre, $3,000 cash and balance to suit at
6 per cent, interest per year. For further
particulars apply to P. O. Box 448 Kelowna. , 10-tf
R. MINNS
Cabinetmaker and
Undertaker.
Certified Embalmer.
On call night and day.
PENDOZI STREET,
James Bros. Block.
Phone 88.
I
{WANTED!)
2 Cents-per word, first insertion and -
1 Cent per word each subsequent
insertion, minimum 25 Cents.
~ HAY FOR SALE ~~'
Timothy in stack. Any   quantity.
/        ' G. P. Oolsen, Benvoulin.
IN POUND "..
Sorrel mare, small, thick set, with white
face, long mane and tail; also yearling
colt running with her. No brand. Owner
may have same by Oalling at Colletts
Livery Barn and paying expenses.    13-6
LOST OR STRAYED
Bay horse, nine years old, branded 32
on right shoulder, has white scar from
barbed wire cut on point of shoulder;
about 17 hands high. Liberal reward for
information leading to his return will be
given.
White Valley Irrigation & Power Co.,
Vernon B. C. 6 tf
FOR SALE.        " ~
Three horses and one colt, also want to
buy fresh milk cow. Address Pirot Bros.
Vernon road. ^ 9-lp
STRAYED ~~~
On to my premises, small bay filley, brand
indistinct, white star in forehead, four
white feet, small white split- in right ear.
Apply J. Saucier. Thirty days will be sold ■
if not claimed, to defray expenses.
     8-12
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 35.)
Application for License.
Notice is hereby given that, on the 4th
day of March next, application will be
made to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police for the grant of a license for the
tale of liquor by retail in and upon the
premises known as the King George Hotel
situated at West Bank, B. C, upon the
lands described as Lots 9 and 10, Block 6.
Dated this 2nd day of February 1911.
CHARLES MARREN,
Applicant.
WANTED
Persons having city or farm property for
sale to list same with me, as I have several
prospective buyers expected   early in the.
spring.   F. DeCaqueray. 11 tf
FOR SALE
Several   White   Wyafldottes,   hens  and
pullets, Duston and Martin strain
Schell Bros. Rutland. 10-13
.     FOR SALE
Team,  weighing  30001bs.,   harness,    and
logging truck, price $600.   H.  C.  Clilders .
Kelowna. U-4     •
PIANOFORTE PUPILS
Mr. Harold Tod Boyd now receives pianoforte  pupils  at  the studio, Trench Block
(Front room). Address box 374, Post office
PLAIN SEWING WANTED
By the day.   Apply P. O. box 24.      11-13
TO RENT
Morden's house, six rooms, with or without land.   Apply A. E. Boyer.    .    ll-12p
HAY FOR SALE
12 tons first  class baled  Timothy  and
clover at $24 per ton on ranch, two ..miles
from Duck Lake reserve.   Apppy
Cap Clark 12-15
PARTNER WANTED
To take an   interest, in  an  established
business, will require two or three  thousand dollars. Good opening for a live man.
Apply to Box L. W. Record Office.   12-13
I
WORK WANTED
English  lady  desires/ engagement    as
working housekeeper in  small  family.
Local References.   P. O. Box. 89. 12s13
HELP WANTED
Lady help.   Apply, Mrs. P.  DeLatour,
Vernon B. C. \ •      12-13
FOR SALE L
20 acres of land three miles east of .
Kelowna, price $1,200. Apply P. O. Box"
441. 12-13
SITUATION WANTED
Teamster wants situation apply E Marvin
Kelowna. 12-13
EOR SALE
Good young cow, fresh, or would exchange for good saddle pony. Apply Record Office.
WANTED'
Good Encycloposdia, and scientific research
works.   Address box W, Record Office.
The Okanagan Laundry
Compare our prices with others for
guaranteed worl^.
Sanitary methods, open to inspection.
Least injury to fabrics.        Prompt delivery.
Collars and Shirts may how be safely entrusted
to our care.
Phone 159
Pendozi Street,
Near Bridge.
Parcels called • for Mondays.
S. M. GORE, Manager.
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