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VOL HI.   NO 35.
KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1911.
$1.50 Per Annum.
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Meeting of the
City Council
—  H
StreerSprinkler to be Procured
at Once
A brief, meeting of the City
Council was held Saturday morning
last, the Mayor and Aid. Leckie,
Dalgleish, and Cox being present.
The minutes of the previous
meeting having been adopted, the
local improvement by-laws Nos.
95 arid 96, for die construction of
wooden and cement sidewalks,
were given a tbird reading.
In the discussion on these bylaws a comparison was made
between the cost of wooden j?nd
cement sidewalks. It was pointed
out that for only a slightly larger
annual charge to property owners
permanent cement sidewalks could
be laid instead of the unsatisfactory
and shortlived wooden ones. The
putting in.of wooden sidewalks
was a foolish waste of money, and
their use in the city should now be
discontinued.
Aid. Dalgleish also urged the
necessity for more hydrants in the
outlying districts.
: Returning to the question of the
by-laws, the mayor, said  it would
. be necessary to advertise them and
to hold a Court of Revision to hear
abjections and complaints.   It was
the. first time this had been done
' in the case of local improvement
by-laws, but the purchasers of some
of the city's debentures had lately
pointed out that the council were
^supposed to follow this procedure,
and the Municipal Act. seemed to
require it.
A resolution was accordingly
passed "that this Council sit to
consider any complaints against
assessment for local improvement
purposes on Thursday, Aug. 24thy
1911, at 10 a.m., in the Council
Chamber, Kelowna.
Aid. Dalgleish said the Board of
Works would Jike to have the
sanction ofthe council for the purchase of a road sprinkler. The
money had been voted for the
purpose, and it would be as well
to get one right away.
The city clerk was instructed, to
wire various firms for prices on
street sprinkling outfits, and a resolution  was" passed authorizing
the Board of Works to purchase a
sprinkler for immediate use.
Mayor Sutherland thought the
1 sprinkler should be going all the
time this weather.
Aid. Dalgleish stated that the
' old cart was a waste of time and
money.      It  was  impossible   to
sprinkle properly with it   They
had better get one with a tank of
large capacity, and another year it
might be as well for the city to
purchase a team of horses.   He
thought the city could get better
work and.cheaper by having their
own team.
The   meeting   then, adjourned
until Saturday morning next.
Reciprocity Bill
Passes Senate
By a vote of 53 to 27 the United
States Senate, Saturday, passed the
Canadian Reciprocity bill in precisely the form in which it emerged
from the House of Representatives.
Many amendments were on the
calendar when the senate convened
but these were quickly cleared
away by being defeated by decisive votes. '
The reciprocity campaign  had
its inception sixteen months agb at
a conference at Albany between
President Tait  and  Hon.  W./S.4
Fielding,   the   Canadian   minister
of finance.   At this meeting negotiations were decided upon which
resulted in Canada's securing the
minimum tariff under the  Payne-
Aldrich bill.   At the same   time
the Canadian Government was invited by President Taft to consider
the question of reciprocity between
the two  countries.   The negotiations which followed resulted in an
agreement which had to be ratified
both by the Canadian  Parliament
and the United  States Congress.
The last Congress failed  to  ratify
the agreement   and   the   .
extra session was called  for, the
express purpose of taking it up.
The Canadian Parliament has  not
yet voted on the question, though
it-has been debated at great length
in the House of Commons. .
Results of High
School Entrance
Examinations
Out of Fourteen Candidates
Thirteen pass in Kelowna
Apple Crop Prospects
The report of the fruit division
of tKe department of agriculture
states that the prospects for apples
has diminished slightly since last
month's report except in British
Columbia, where the prospects
have rather improved, and it is
now estimated that shipments from
this provin.ce will be 85 . per cent
of last year's crop, which waa very
heavy.
The hot dry- weather does not
appear to have materially affected
the apple crop prospects in eastern Canada as yet, although correspondents, especially in Ontario
have expressed apprehension that
if sufficient rain does not soon
come, the crop will be very much
shortened. Apple's are beginning
to drop heavily in some districts.
There are reports of sun scald in
the counties north of* Lake Erie,
and the counties on Lake Huron,
and inland to York county.
Nova Scotia still expects the
greatest crop.on record, due partly
to increased acreage, but also to
heavy yield. Baldwins are short.
A very marked feature of the situai
tion so far is freedom from disease.
Earlier varieties in eastern Ontario
promise .to be ten days earlier than
usual.
The result bf the urban high
school entrance examinations were
announced last Thursday by the
department of education. They
show that out of a total of 1437
canidates writing,848 were successful. -
Miss Bessie Smith of Chilliwack
obtained 869 marks, the highest in
the province.
The following list shows, the
proportion of' passes in the various
examination centres:
Number of
Canidatrs Pasted
25 16
46   * 32
27 a
30 6
14 8
6 4
20 n
30 24
'9 9
22 /8
20 8
38 30
42 28
102 71
8 7
24 17
33 20
23 9
21 6
597   351
29    //
32    /4
239  . 135
Rutland News.
From our own coiretpondent.
Armstrong     -. -
Chilliwack    - -
Cumberland - -
Duncan     -   - -
Enderby   -   - -
Golden     -   - -
present | Grand Forks- -
Kamloops     - •
Kaslo   -   -    - -
Kelowna -   - -
Ladysmith    - -
Nanaimo -
Nelson     -   - -
New Westminster
Peachland
Revelstoke    - .-
Rossland -   - -
Salmon Arm - •
Summerland- -
Vancouver   - -
North Vancouver
Vernon    -   - -
Victoria   -   - -
Athletic Association
Elect Officers
Total candidates 1437        «848
In thi Kelowna centre the showing was remarkably good. In the
Kelowna school itself, where fourteen pupils entered, thirteen were
successful, a percentage of 92.8.
The successful candidates were:
William S. McKeown -   -   -   749
JoselynG Whitehead-   -   -   719
Ethelwyn M. Jones-   -   -   -   709
Charles F. Shayler -   -   -   -   679
Jeanetta Reekie -----   637
Beatrice O. Wilson -   -   -   -   624
Helen A. Burnette -   -   -   -   616
AlwynD. Weddell-   -   -   -   611
Ha?el M. Ritchie   -   -   -   -   588
Marjorie F. Leckie -   -   -   -   587
Annie W. Herdman   -   -   •   566
Bernard A McKeown-   -   -   584
Stafford A. Cox -   -   -   -   -   574
Black Mountain School   (Two
Candidates,—both- passed.)
Donalda McDonald -   -   -   659
Gladys M. Bird   -   -   -   -   650
Euison >->Ci_oGi, (tvrC candidates*-"
both passed.)
Nellie Hereron    -   -   -   -   724
Mary F. Hay 601
Woods Lake, (two candidates—
one passed.)
Gladys B. Clower    -   -   -   561
Mr. S. Sproul left Monday morning for a visit to the Halcyon Hot
Springs on the Arrow Lakes. Mr.
Sproul has not been well for some
weeks past, and it is hoped that
the rest and change will put him
right again.
A real estate transfer of considerable interest took place the  other
day when Mr. A. W. Dalgleish sold
some  two hundred  acres of  his
Rudand property to the Belgo Syndicate.    The deal  illustrates the
rapid   rise of-'property values in
the district, the portion sold realizing considerably more than the
whole tract, (some four hundred
and twenty acres), was purchased
for,' about three years ago.   Mr.
Dalgleish is to be complimented on
the progressive manner in which
he has handled the property since
taking hold,  and  Rutland   offers
goldenopportunities to others of
like energy.    Strolling over   the
ranch recently, a good example of
the kind of home and surroundings
which the Okanagan offers was to
be seen.   Under the hands  of a
capable foreman,, a fine orchard is
in the making,   whilst the home-
site is being beautified with trees
and all things green.   Back in the
barn was to be seen a  fine small
herd of pure-bred Jerseys, of which
Mr. Dalgleish is justly proud, whilst
the bank, account was in  prospect
of being considerable swelled when
the big bunch of squealing porkers
were ready for the butcher.   Mr.
Dalgleish must be a busy man these
days with his interests at Rutland,
his business in , Kelowna, and increasing labours entailed by his
position on the City Council.
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The Woolsey bench. has once
more beaten Jthe record in producing early potatoes, $160 per acre
are the figures given.
Alda. McDonald and Gladys
Biid are to be congratulated on
passing their entrance exams. If
you don't succeed the first time try
again is excellent advice.
The musical part of last Sunday's
service at the Methodist church
was much appreciated by the congregation, and additional solos and
quartettes are being arranged for
next Sunday evening.
Peachland Regatta
One of the biggest crowds of
excursionists which ever left Kelowna took advantage of the trip
to the Peachland regatta last Thursday afternoon, over 300 people
leaving here by the s.s. Aberdeen.
The fire brigade boys took down
the war canoe, and a firm determination to bag some of the honors which were going in that line.
And they were not disappointed.
All the senior war canoe races
were won by Kelowna, who thus
captured the Robinson Shield, the
Foresters' Cup and Medafs, and
the Lang Cup and Medals.
The Kelowna boys also won the
junior race, for paddlers under 20
years. Some objection was raised
as to two of the contestants of this
race being over age but the objection was not upheld. 7
The Kelowna team were beaten
badly in the mixed war Canoe race
Naramata winning first and Peachland second.
Several of the smaller events also
fell to Kelowna visitors. J. F. Burne
won the diving competition. R.
Stevens carried off first prize in
the single canoe race, and along
with Nuttall of Naramata came first
in the Double Canoe.
Lacrosse
Armstrong vs. Kelowna
Kelowna Regatta
August 9th and 10th
B. C. Horse
Orders by the Officer Commanding "D" Squadron.
It has been .decided to raise a
squadron cf B. C. Horse in Kelowna and district, two troops to
be raised in Kelowna, one troop
in Kelowna district and one troop
in Okanagan Mission. *
Will all those who wish to join
please submit their names, as soon
as possible, to the officers commanding the various troops from
whom all particulars can be obtained.
No. 1 Troop, Provisional Lieutenant, A. Temple, Kelowna.
No. 2 Troop, Provisional Lieutenant, C. Clarke, Kelowna.
No. 3 Troop, Provisional Lieutenant, C. K. L. Pyman, Kelowna
District.
No. 4 Troop, Provisional Lieutenant, J. H. Baillie, Okanagan
Mission.
G. H. Brush, Captain.
A public meeting of the new
Racing and Athletic Association
was held last Friday in Raymer's
Hall. The work so far had been
carried on by a temporary committee, and the object of the meeting was mainly to elect permanent
officers, and to enrol members.
Mr. F. S. Coates read the report |
of the temporary committee, giving
a resume of what had been accomplished to date. Mr. P. Brooke
read over some by-laws which he
had drafted for the guidance of
the association.
The officers' elected were as
follows:- Pres. F. S. Coates; first
vice-pres., P. DuMoulin; second
vice-pres., H, F. Rees; secretary,
P. Brooke ; treas., W. M. Parker;
Committee, Dr. Richards, R. A.
Copeland, J. Pettigrew, W. H. Barlee, J. N. Cameron, R. E. Lambly,
W. M. Crawford.
Wm.S. McKeown also wins die
bronze medal donated by His Excellency the Governor-General^
Mr, D. C. Foster arrived from
Montreal on Monday last where
he has beee for the past two weeks
on business in connection with the
new hardware firm of which he is
a member. The firm will open up
with a full line of shelf and heavy
hardware, on or about August 15.
There are now 2544 branches of
Canadian banks, the largest number on record. Ontario, 1000;
Quebec, 376; Nova Scotia, 112;
New Brunswick, 74; Prince Edward Island, 14; Manitoba, 187;
Alberta, 201; Saskatchewan, 299;
British Columbia, 201 ; Yukon, 3 ;
N.W.T., 1 ; In Newfoundland, 11 ;
Elsewhere, 56.
The Misses Fullerton are spending a few weeks visiting friends at
[ Peachland.
The Corner stone of the new
Anglican Church will be laid next
Sunday, July 30th at 11 a.m., by
Mr. F. A. Taylor who has lately returned from the Old Country. The
special preacher will be the Rev.
H, A. Solly, rector of Summerland.
Prayers will be said by the rector
Rev. Thos. Greene, BA. Holy
Communion at 8 a. m. and Matins
at 8:45. There will be no midday
service in the parish church on
account of the stone-laying cere-
|mony.
Preparations are now almost
completed for this year's regatta,
which is to surpass anything previously . held. The programmes
have been issued, and already there
is talk of considerable entries.
In making the arrangements for
excursions from outside points, an
unfortunate obstacle has been encountered in the excessive demands of the G P. R„ which requires a guarantee of $400 before
running an excursion from the
North. As it is clearly too much
of a risk to take, this excursion n.ay
not be run.
The Armstrong lacrosse boys
paid Kelowna a visit yesterday.'
There was a large number of Armstrong people present at the match
on account of the Sunday. School
.excursion from that place.       -
The home team commenced the
first quarter with a determination
to wipe^jout the previous def eats &t
the hands of AmuWolig. The Kelowna home played a very fine
game, and it was well backed up
by the defence.
The scores in each quarter run
as follows:- First quarter; Kennedy 1, Paul 1, Fuller 1. Second
quarter; Pettigrew 1, Paul 1, Third
quarter; Carlyle 1, Paul 1. Fourth
quarter; Fuller 1, Pettigrew 1, Paul
1, Carlyle 1.   Armstrong 1.
The final score was Kelowna 11.
Armstrong 1.
Royal Bank's Rapid
Development
The statement of the Royal Bank
of Canada for June 30th shows
that the aggregate assets of the
bank have passed the one hundred
million dollar mark. Considering
the fact that when the bank opened
in Montreal, in 1887, its assets were
less than five million dollars, and
that as late as .1908 they were only
fifty million dollars, the great progress made by the Royal is apparent. The June Statement snows
cash on hand of $23,000,000, and
liquid assets of over 52 per cent,
of liability to the public
Items from Ellison
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Now that " Mikus " and bis men-
servants had fully decided to kill
the stranger pig and make a great
feast of him, the news was dispatched to the local " Recorder " so
that it might not be forgotten, and
the item was duly, published so
that all men might have knowledge- thereof. A copy of this
Record was obtained by the prodigal, and he being somewhat educated and interested in all things
concerning El-li-son, put on his
spectacles and commenced to digest the news. On observing that
"Mikus" was going to slay him
he called a council of his compatriots and after mature deliberation,
ti was decided, to leave the ranch
of the man so murderously inclined
and join the herd which dwelt in
the bush of Conroy, even John,
who was reputed to be kindly disposed to all strangers, therefore,
during the winking of the stars, a
partition was made in the fence
and all departed.
On the morrow, however, the
flight to Egypt—ivp I I mean Con-
roy's—was discpyeredrand Bill, the
younger son of ** Mikus,'' mounted
his galland Rosinante(yclept Bess)
and went in search. After much
riding he found the wanderers and
took his-, herd, home, leaving, bow-
ever, the prodigal with the herd
of Conroy. On reaching home
one of "Mikus'.*' best sows was so
overcome with grief at being
parted from the prodigal, who was
indeed a gallant Jadies' main, that
she broke her heart and died of
much'sorrow.   Now, therefore, the
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Mr. Warden, late principal ofthe
school at Okanagan Centre, has
been engaged as principal of Black
Mountain school. ( He will occupy
the late Dr. Baker's house.
from "San
Hoot* Monday night
herdman1 John, from the valley
called " Diy," has taken ;the wan*
derer back again to the fold, and
there is much rejoicing that after .
all his life is saved until the cold
me»fe7npp»oa»cbMB%7 Tbe^plia
pdbrpijn6$'*$U.P.! ...  *
The latest sensation in this dis-
rict is furnished by a young man
who on returning home in the wee
sma'hoors, asserts that he saw a
form clad in white walking down
the hill near the house. . Tjring up '
his horse he went to investigate
who it could be but he says the
apparition seemed to melt, into
thin air. What it could' have been
he cannot say, and he positively
swears that he had nothing to
drink stronger than lemonade.
Mr. J. Christian and niece have
returned home from the coast
. With a view to looking oyer the
dtstrict and its suitability for investment, a visit was paid this week
by Major OrtUey. Ibe major, who
was accompanied by his wife
motored down from Vemon on
Wednesday in Mr. Dalgleish's car,
and in company with Mf. W. E. —
Adams, visited many points of interest in the neighborhood.
A great fire which has destrayed
a portion of Constantinople is
blamed on Political incendaries.
After the most thrilling air race
in history, Lieut Condeay, of
France, flying under the name of
Andre Beaumont, Wednesday won
the $50,000 London  Duly  Mail
grize for the great race around the
ritish Isles.   Pierre Vedrine was
second.
The proposition submitted tb the
city to spend $24,000,000 to pur.
the street railway plant has aroused
intence interest in Winnipeg. It
means the immediate raising of
$ 15.000,000 cash, and the payment
of the balance by aasumingthe liabilities of the company. This move
is on a basis of $250 per share.
Mr. Neil Gregory returned on
Tuesday's boat from a vi*h to Vic.
toria, where he was the guest of
his uncle; Senator MacDonald.
A joint meeting of .all the boards
of trade of East and West Koote*'
ney, the Boundary and; Southern
Alberta, was arranged for Monday
afternoon at Madeod* Alberta, to
consider the serious consequences
arising from the. cpal strike, as die
whole territory is practically with-
out coal and the smelting industry
is being crippled by the huge addi*,
tional expense of importing coat
from Pennsylvania.
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The Kelowna 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/8 Office, Keller Blk.
SUMMER SPRAY
NICO-SOAP
Kills instantly, Green and  Black Aphis,
Thrip, Caterpillars, Bark Lice and Scales.
Put up in  lib. tins, all ready for use.   No   trouble
to prepare.
Sold by
THE MORRISON-THOMPSON
HARDWARE Co., Ltd.
A Piano as an Investment.
The value of an investment is not what it costs, but what you get
out of it. A lot of money, you say, to put into a luxury I But have
you figured out what a Piano would mean in your own home ?
The Piano is no Longer a Luxury*
The possession of a Piano has ceased to be a luxury for the rich-
It is a necessity for any home with a growing family and any
aspirations towards refinement and culture; keeps the young
at home and encourages the best kind of social intercourse.
Brighten Your Home with a Good Piano
and you will never regret it, and when you have decided to
take the step come in and talk to us about it. a
We Handle Only the Higher Grade Instruments.
..,The names of
aOTJRJUA:Y and HEINTZMAN
Are synonymoua with 'all that is beat in Piano manufacture.   We can, however,
get you any make and can
Sell Cheaper, than the Travelling Agent.
KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.   I
Town and Country
Mr. T. W. Stirling left Saturday
morning for the Old Country.
Mr. F. A. Taylor returned Thursday last from the Old Country.
Constable MacRae resumed his
duties this week after hia holiday
trip.
Mr. Ira Dilworth presided at the
organ in the Methodist Church oh
Sunday evening last in the absence
of Miss Adams.
Mr. Packer, for some years a
resident of Kelowna, leaves on
Monday next to take up a position
in Armstrong as fruit-packer.
Mr. Raymer has completed arrangements with W. B. Sherman,
manager of the Lyric Theatre,
Calgary, for an appearance in this
city Monday and Tuesday nights
of the Royal Lilliputian Opera
Company. This is an aggregation
of clever youngsters.having recently
arrived from Australia ahd who
have been winning applause where-
ever they have appeared. Monday
night, July 31, they will present
the Oriental Comic Opera ' San
Toy," and Tuesday night they will
present " The Gondoliers."
Rev. and Mrs. Herdman left by
Saturday's boat to spend some days
at Summerland.
Rev. Dr. McLaren and Mrs.
McLaren, Rev. George and Mrs.
Wilson, of Vancouver, spent Thursday and Friday in town, leaving
on Saturday afternoon for Summer-
land. Rev. Dr. McLaren until
lately was general secretary for
home missions in the Presbyterian
Church, and Mr. Wilson is Superintendent for B.C.
Mr. E. W. Wilkinson, provincial
firewarden for the district, has
received instructions to cancel all
permits and not to issue any new
ones for the present. This action
has been rendered necessary owing to the large number of fires
which have lately been traced
directly back to the carelessness of
those engaged in land clearing. It
does seem a little hard that the
careful man should be inconvenienced by such an order owing to
the recklessness of his neighbour,
but it is obviously impossible to
discriminate. The greatest precautions are necessary at this season when underbrush is as dry as
tinder.
PROFESSIONAL AND
j      BUSINESS CARDS
BURNE & TEMPLE   \
Solicitors,.
Notaries Public,
:. Conveyancers, etc.
KELOWNA, :: B.C.
R. B. KERR
Barrister
and Solicitor,
Notary Public.
KELOWNA ::
B.C.
C. Harvey, B. A. Moorhouse,
B.A.. Sc. C.E.. D.L.S.. B.C.L.S.,
and B.C.LS.
HARVEY & MOORHOUSE
CIVIL ENGINEERS and LAND
SURVEYORS
Kelowna,    B. C.
Phone 147. P.O. Box 231
RICHARD H. PARKINSON
BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND
SURVEYOR.
CIVIL ENGINEER
P.O. BOX 137 KELOWNA.
Dr. J, W. Nelson Shepherd
DENTIST
p. o. Box itie
'Phone ae
Corner Peneozi Street and
Lawrence Avenue.
CLIFTON
NURSING AND MATERNITY
HOME
Mrs. LAWRENCE, Graduate Nurse,
.   Glenn Ave., Kelowna, B.C.
Phona 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
The revival in real estate transactions which has been evident this
spring still continues. The latest
sale to be recorded is that by Mrs.
W. S. Cameron of the large resi"
dence and one acre of ground on
Bernard Avenue, to Mr. Edward
D. Harvey, of Saskatoon, for $4,250.
Mrs. Cameron has also ■ purchased
the acre and a quarter on Richter
Street directlv opposite the new
school. This was formerly owned
by Mrs. Rutledge. Both sales were
put thiough by D. H. Rattenbury.
Miss Marguerite Marion Steele
was the successful candidate in
Kelowna for McGill matriculation.
Miss Steele, who is a sister of Mrs.
L. Hayman with whom she has
been staying for a considerable
time, left for the coast Monday.
Rae Ritchie, who was another
candidate for matriculation, passed
in all subjects except one—English
literature.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Plans and Specifications Prepared
and estimates given for publicBuild-
ing8,Ton and   Country Residences
JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA
PHONE No, 93
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved property also other securities
G. A. FISHER      '
ROOM 4 KELLER BLOCK
Fire, Life, and Accident
Insurance.
THOMAS. P. HILL
BANKHEAD,
Planting, Pruning, Spraying
Etc.
P.O. Box 174, Kelotcna.
The    .clearing   operations    on
Cadder Avenue  last  Friday very
nearly resulted in a bad fire in that
neighbourhood.    Fire got into the
bush during the afternoon and was
apparently neglected for a time.
About  6  o'clock a strong   wind
springing up, the trouble began to
look serious and by the time the
fire brigade (who were summoned)
arrived, a fierce little bush fire was
burning.     A row of houses which
stood in direct line of the  fire was
in danger for a little while, but the
united efforts of the fire boys ;with
the   hose   and   schoolboys   .'.with
sacks   soon   put  out  the   blaze.
Very■ little damage was done, but
the incident-should   serve  as  a
warning to deal promptly with any
such  outbreak at this time of the
year.      ■»...-
W. T. ASHBRIDGE
CIVIL ENCINEER
Amoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E       CrtdiMte Toronto
University
Waterworks and Sewcrsae Systems, Pumpinf and
Lighting Plants, Concrete Construction, etc.
KELOWNA :: B. C.
A.J. (JLARKE
ARCHITECT
Architectural Work, Design-
. ing, Estimating and
Superintending
P.O. Box817 Kelotona.
AUTOMOBILE  HIRE
A. E, BOYER
Wishes to announce that hia Car is at the
disposal of the public   reasonable rates per
hour or per trip.
HAND BAGS
, Direct frorjl New York.
The very latest in style.
All styles letters for same.
J. B. KNOWLES,
Jeweler and Optician,
KELOWNA. -   B.C.
HARRY WILKINSON
Auditor and Accountant
Books written up and examined.
Balance Sheets, Trading, and Profit
and Loss Statements prepared.
Systems installed.
Kelotona, B.C.
TO OUR
Great  Mecluction Sale
So mark your calendar, set the alarm clock, tie a string,
on your finger—do anything that will remind you that
our sale starts
Friday, July 25th
and lasts only ten days. Special, discount on all lines of
China, Glass and Silverware, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
WE want the room, YOU want this chance,„ to
replace your china cabinet. Our stock of Shelf Hardware has arrived, and in order that we may have room
to display same we have ordered this sale for ten days
only. 7
The carpenters will be at work remodeling our
premises after August 1, and we want to be busy
handing you out the snaps in the above lines.
•   •■■    ■ Remember the place and date. i
E. C. SCOTT
D. C. FOSTER
THE  KELOWNA" HARDWARE
AND  SPECIALTY CO.
Successors to E. C. Scott and Co.
Keller Block, Bernard Avenue
KELOWNA, B.C.
R. A. COPELAND
S. C. RICHARD, D.VS.
Kelowna l^&y
AND
HORSE EXCHANGE
A goboV supply of work
horses, driving and saddle:
horses always on hand for
sale.
We guarantee every horse
sold as represented,^   7
We are prepared to* pay
cash prices for good sound;
young stock.;      7
Our Livery is complete.
Good horses and equipment.
Phone 25.
Leon Avenue, Kelowna.
Large Quantity of
COTTONWOOD FOR SALE
■A
•   In ten cord lots or over.
W! HAUG - Kelowna, B.C
 — —   <Phone 66    ——
WE CAN SELL YOUR
FRUIT FARM
We have clients who will be interested in your
property. If you want to sell, write full description
and particulars, giving lowest cash prices, also terms
We will list your property with
our Montreal and Ottawa offices
if attractive.    -   -   - '■-■■-   -   *
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PIANOFORTE PUPILS
Mr. HAROLD TOD BOYD
novo riceioes Pianoforte Pupils at
the Studio, Trench Block    ,
(front room).
Address      •      •      P.O. Box 874
-'      Address:
C. A. & H. H. MacLeay,
Central Okanagan Landa, Ltd.,
Kelowna, B.C.
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Orchard Oitq Record
CITY OF KELOWNA
BY-LAW 95.—The City of Kelowna Permanent Sidewalk Local Improvement
7       Assessment By-law, 1911.
A by-law td assess, levy and collect the
cost of construction as a werk of local
improvement, of permanent sidewalks
under By-law Number Thirty-nine (3.9),
and to raise upon Debenture Loan the
necessary monies for payment ot same.
WHEREAS the Municipal Council, pur-'
suant to the Local Improvement General
By-law ■ Number Thirty-nine (39) determined to cany out certain works- of improvement, viz: the construction as works
of local improvement of permanent sidewalks ' upon portions of the following
streets:
Bernard avenue to Harvey
A cement sidewalk, four feet
1. A cement sidewalk, six feet wide,
on west side of Richter street, from
avenue,
eight
inches wide, on the north side of
Glenn avenue, from Ethel street to
the south-east corner of Lot 8 Block
55, Registered Plan 262.
3. A cement sidewalk, ten feet .wide,
on the south side of Bernard avenue
from Pendozi street to Ellis street,
4. A ceraeat eidevwlk,'eight feet wide
on the south side of Bernard avenue, from Ellis street to Richter st.
AND WHEREAS the Chairman of the.
the Board of Works and the Assessor of
the Gty of Kelowna did, on the twenty-
second day of April, 1911, make joint reports ascertaining, showing, and determining the proportions in which the assessment for the cost of the said works or
improvements should be mad* on the real
property and portions of real proberty
benefited, and ascertaining, showing- and determining- what real
property and portions of real property
is,    and    are,    immediately
by the said works or improvements, and
the proportion in which the assessments
should be made.
AND WHEREAS the probable cost of
the said works or'improvements as shown
by '. the reports was estimated to be Six
thousand six hundred and forty' dollars
($6,640.00).
AND WHEREAS the said reports have
been adopted by the Council of the Gty
of Kelowna.
AND WHEREAS the Council has decided to distribute the payment of the cost
of said work proposed to be assessed hereunder over a period of twenty (20) years,
and to bbrrow the monies necesary to defray such cost .upon the special rates, levied
hereunder and upon the lands and improvements benefited, and upon the guarantee or the corporation at large.
AND WHEREAS the total frontage
upon the said works of local improvement
ot the real property and portions of real
property immediately benefited is two-
thousand seven hundred and seventy-one
and nine-tenths feet (2,771.9 feet), and the
cost chargeable to the property benefited
is five thousand five hundred dollars
($5,500.00).
AND WHEREAS tha Corppration of
the City of Kelowna desires to pass a by-law
for the purpose aforesaid, therefore the
Municipal Council-of the City of Kelowna,
in open meeting assembled, enacts as
follows:
I. That the real property immediately
benefited by.the said works of local improvement shall be that which is particularly mentioned in the  said reports, and
_    _     .   which is set forth and described in  the
benefited schedule following:
SCHEDULE.
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West Side of Richter Street, from Bernard Avenue to Harvey Avenue,
Owner
*. __
ff8*
"if gPllli
a-a
aaH h<_2£ _-£<_£
Spedding, Mrs
Storey. R.
Mawhinney, I. L.
Boyce, Dr. B. F.
Campbell, J. J.
Rutledge, Mrs. T.
Methodist Church
Grummett, W. W.
M.A.
120.0   $1.65 $198.00 $.1379 $16.55 $331.00
47.35   ' "        —*
57.35
15.0
189.4
189.9
NI54.0
S139.0
North Side of Glen Avenue, from Ethel Street to the S.E. Corner of Lot 8, Block 55.
Registered Plan 262.
7
5
6
Lane
2 ,
L
Sub. 31
Sub. 31
358
358
358
358
358
358
462
462
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
78.13
94.63
24.75
312.51
313.33
254.10
22935
.1379
.1379
.1379
.1379
.1379
.1379
.1379
6.53
7.91
2.07
26.12
26.19
21.23
19.16
130.60
158.20
41.40
522.40
523.80
424.60
383.20
Spedding, Mrs. M. A.      5 55 262 110.55 125 138.18 .104 11.50
Stubbs, R.H.                  6 55 262 110.55 1.25 138.18 .104 11 JO
Fraser. D.                        7 55 262 W55.27 1.25 69.08 .404 5.74
Leathley. J.                      7 55 262 E55.28 1.25 69.10 .104 5.76
Fraser. J. G.                    8 55 262 110.55 1.25-  138.18 .104 11.50
South Side of Bernard Avenue, from Pendozi Street to Ellis Street
Okanagan Loan &Inv't.Co.l2 15 462 50.0 2.80 140.00 .2334 11.67
Knox, Dr. W.J.                11 15 462 50.0 2.80 140.00 2334 11.67
Knox, Dr. W.J.              10 /15 462 50.0 2.80 140.00 .2334 11.67
City of KeloVraa              9 15 462 50.0 2.80 140.00 .2334 11.67
Leckie, D.                       8 15 462 / 50.0 2.80 140.00 .2334 11.67
Morrison, l.H.               7 15 462 50.0 2.80 140.00 .2334 11.67
South Side of Bernard Avenue, from EUis Street to Richter Street
Bertram, D. Sub. 33
Rowcliffe. G. Sub. 33
Calder, Mrs. W. B. M.      Sub. 33
Anglican Church. Sub. 33
Harvey, sr., J. and Mrs. H. Sub. 33
Sub.
Lane
4
5
8
7
7
462
462
462
462
462
358
358
358
358
358
358
358
211.0
68.0
68.0
73.0
142.0
253.7
8.0
64.0
50.0
50.0
W60.0
E50.0
2335
2335
2335
2.335
2.335
2335
2.335
2335
2335
2335
2335
2.335
Boyce. Dr. B. F.
Boyce, Dr. B. F.
Rutledge, Mrs. T.
Storey, R.
Mantle, W.J.
Boyce, Dr. B. F.
Spedding, Mrs. M
2. That the shares and proportions in aforesaid,
which die aaid sum of Five thousand five
hundred dollars ($5,500.00), together with
the amount necessary to form a sinking
fund and interest,'shall be assessed on the
various portions of real property benefited
in die manner and to the amount set forth
in the Eighth (8) and Ninth (9) columns of _            r_   .	
the Schedule to the next preceding section until paid, and may be recovered together
492.68
158.78
158.78
170.45
331.57
59239
18.68
149.44
116.75
116.75
186.60
116.75
for each
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
.195
year,
41.14
13.26
13.26
1424
27.69
49.47
1.56
12.48
9.75
9.75
15.60
9.75
shall
230.00
230.00
114.60
11520
230.00
233.40
233.40
233.40
233.40
233.40
233.40
822.60
26520
26520
284.80
553.80
989.40
3120
249.60
195.00
195.00
312.00
195.00
be paid
upon the day upon which the general rates
and taxes of die City of Kelowna aforesaid,
become due, in each and every year during which the aaid debentures have to run,
and in default thereof, shall bear interest
from and after auch dates respectively, at
the rate of Eight (8) per xent. per annum
of this By-law. And the said real property
and portions of real property, set forth and
described in the Schedule in Section One
(1) of this By-law contained, are hereby
assessed accordingly with the payment of
the amount* set forth in the Eighth (8) and
Ninth (9) columns of the said schedule
opposite each said portion of real propery.
3. The amount of the special rate Mien.
ed aa aforesaid against each lot or portion
of lot respectively, ahall be divided into
twenty (20) equal parts, as; by the eighth
column of the Schedule in Section one (I)
hereof, and one. such part will be assessed, levied and collected in the first year,
and each subsequent year for nineteen
with all costs in that behalf forthwith after
default by distress and sale of the goods,
and chattels of the person liable for such
debt, or by sale of the whole, or any part
of the real property so charged, but in
the event of any sale ot the real property,
or any part thereof, ten days' notice thereof, published in one newspaper circulating
in the municipality shall be given.
10. If the owner of any portion of the
said property hereby assessed shall desire
to commute the special assessment imposed
by thia By-Law, he or she can do so by
paying the Treasurer of the Corporation
on or Before the second day of January,
1912, the amount set opposite the  real
(1Q) yean, after the final Dassing of this property mentioned in the Sixth (6)  Col.
by-law, during the twenty (20) years which   "     '   "'       *   *'"* * "
the debentures hereinafter mentioned have
to run, and shall be payable on the dates
herinafter named.
4. That it shall be lawful for the Corporation of the Gty of Kelowna to borrow
on the security of the rates hereby imposed,
and    on    the    credit    and   guarantee
on    —
of    the    Corporation    at     large,,    by
srpor
deb
way of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing
to advance the same, a sum not exceeding
in the whole die sum of Five thousand
five hundred dollars ($5,500.00).
5. It shall le lawful for the Mayor and
Council of the Gty of Kelowna to cause
any number of debentures to be called
•Local Improvement Debentures' to be
made for Five hundred dollars ($500) each,
not however exceeding the sum of Five
umin in the schedule in Section pne (I) of
this By-Law contained.
11. That the corporation of the City of
Kelowna do guarantee the monies and interest thereon to be- raised under the
authority of this By-Law, and the various
persons assessed hereunder, and so as in
no way to interfere with or prejudice the
assessment and special rate hereby imposed or the charge hereby created on the
lands and portions of land, will out of the
current year's revenue pay to any person
or corporation from whom they may borrow money, upon the security of the debentures hereby authorized, or to the
respective holders of the said debenturea
the several respective annual payments aa
they may from time to time fal^due,
12. This By-Law shall take effect and
come into force on the first dw of September, 1911, and may be cited aa " The
not however exceeding the sum or rive cmoer, mi, ana may do cuea as "in.
thousand five hundred dollars ($5,500.00), Gty of Kelowna Permanent Sidewalk Con
and all such debentures shall be sealed struction Local improvement Assessment
with the seal of the aaid Corporation, and By-Law, 1911 ".
aimed by the Mayor and Treasurer there- . Read a first time by the Municipal Coun-
oh cil this Nineteenth day of July, 1911.
6. AH of the said debenturea shall be ' Read a second time by the Municipal
dated the First day of September, 1911, Council this nineteenth day of July, 1911.
and shall be made payable in twenty (20) Read a third time by the Municipal
years from the date hereinafter mentioned Council this twenty .second day of July, 1911.
for this by-law to take effect at the Bank Reconsidered and finally passed by the
of Montreal, in the Gity of Kelowna, in the Municipal Council of the Gty of Kelowna
Province of British Columbia, and shall
have attached to them coupons for the
payment of interest, and the signatures of
the Mayor and the Treasurer of the Corporation respectively, or either of them, to
the coupons may be affixed by printed,
stamped or lithographed facsimile.
7.   All the said debentures shall bear
interest at the rate of Five .(5) P_er cont
thia
day of
•11.
Gerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE is hereby given that a Court ot
Revision will be held at the Council Chamber, Kelowna, B.C., on Thursday, the 24th
day of August, 19IJ, at Ten o'clock in the
forenoon for the purpose of hearing and
in the Province of British Columbia.
8. It shall be lawful for the Mayor and
Council of the said Corporation to dispose
of the said debentures at aVate below par,
and to authorize the treasurer to pay out
of the sum so raised, by the- sale of the
said debenteres, all expense connected
with the preparation and printing of the
debentures and coupons, or any discount or
<ammi»«on or other charges incidental to
the aale of the aaid debenture. ■*■
9, The amount m m*h*h and levied
against tush lot* or potttaw of lot* m
*
the Schedule to section One of the a .ove
By-law, or any other complaint which the
persons interested may desire to make and
which by law isjcognizable by the saldCourt;
but no complaint can be heard unless
WRITTEN NOTICE of the ground of such
complaint shall have been served upon the
undersigned at least eight days before the
holding of the said Court i
-Datedi»» Kelowna, B,G, this 25th day of
July, 1911.
an DUNN, 5
GtyCUrk.
oney
TEN DAYS of Wonderful BARGAINS
Commencing Saturday Morning, July 29th.
No need to offer lengthy words of praise for our Merchandise
Its merits are too well known.
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No need to tell you that you can save many dollars by taking advantage of this
Sale.    The prices here quoted prove that conclusively.
Everybody knows we do exactly as we advertise.     It is simply a case of too many goods on hand
- and not enough cash.
We must get the cash and get it quickly, so we make it a tig object to you to
bring us the cash.    Your dollars never bought so much real
value as they will at this sale.
Read over ther these prices:
600 yds. 8 - 4 Bleached Sheeting.    Regular 35c. quality.
Sale price,    24c.
500 yds. 8 - 4 Bleached Sheeting.    Regular 40c. quality.
Sale price,   32c.
300 yds. Circular Pillow Cotton.
Regular 25c. & 30c. quality.
Sale price, 21c.
QUILTS.
Regular$2.50 Marseilles cut $1.95
„    4.50      „      „    3.45
„    5.00      „      „    3.95
25 per cent off all Table Linens
and Napkins.
Quarter   off   all    Flannelette
Blankets, also White and Grey
All Wool Blankets.
33-jf per cent, discount off all
Lace   Curtains, Curtain Nets,
Cretonnes,    Madras   Muslins,
Art Muslins.
Ladies' Coloured   Shirt   Waists.   A   large
assortment, up to $2.00.
Take your picV for only 95c
47 Girls' Linen and Drill Dresses, Knitted
Skirts.   Regular $2.00 and $2.25.
Cutto$/.30
33 Girls' Plain and Striped Chambray Dresses.
Regular 75c., 85c $7.00 values.    Cut to 55c
11 Boys' Linen Blouses (Russian).
Regular 65c. Sale price, 45c.
Hats !       Hats !       Hats !
CUT DOWN THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
Buy now when you can save one-fifth to
one-third on all the goods you will need
for some time to come. Don't delay-
right away.
corns
25 per
White
cent, off all Ladies'
Cotton Underwear,
Corsets, &c.
All Children's Linen and Straw Hats and
Bonnets, up to $/.25. Cut to 50c
PARASOLS.
15 Fancy Parasols, up to $/.65, cut to    95c
27     „ „        „    $3.00,     „    $/.65
11     „ „        ,,    $5.00,     „    $2.75
33i per cent, discount off all Ladies' Coloured
"V Wash Suits, Skirts, &c      "~7
/50 yds. Fancy Blouse Silk, up to §125 per
yard.     Take your choice for 63c per yard.
450 yds. Flannelettes.     Regular   15c- 18c
Sale Price,  12c
BOOT AND SHOE DEPT.
27 Pairs of Ladies' Oxfords,'
Julia Marlow (American).
Up to $4.50
Sale price,   $2.95
21   Pairs Ladies' Boots, Julia
Max-low, up to $5.50.
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Cut to    $3135
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords,
up to $2.50.       Cut to   $1.80
Ladies' White Tennis Shoes,
up to $1.35.    Sale price, "90c
Boys' Canvas Shoes, up to $135
Cut to   85c
Regular $1.60.  Cut to   $1./5
27 Boys* Two-Piece Suits, up to
$5.75. Cut to   $2.95
200 Boys' Shirts. Regular 85c,
90c, $ A.00. Gut to   60c
26 Men's Two-Piece Suits, up
to$/4.00.
Your choice,    $6.95
W. B. M. CALDER
THE SALE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
. is
Bouvette's Livery
Carefeul and prampt attention
to all orders for
UVERY, EXPRESS
andDRAYING
-   Rigs for Hire turned out in
good style,
HOUVETTE & SONS,
Kelowna
PUBUC HIGHWAYS.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Notice is hereby given that all Public
Highways in unorganised Districts, and all
Main Trunk Roads in organized District*
are d*ty>«ix (66) feet wide, and have a
width of thirty-three (33) feet on each aide
of the mean straight centre line of the
traveled road.
THOMAS TAYLOR.   .
Minister of Public Work*.
Department ef Public Works!
VMotw, B.C. July 7th, 1911.
7£P
FOR RENT
i
Five-roomed Cottage in Glen
f Avenue.   Apply
J. Leathley, - Record M Office.
"7t1
■ .■v^'.iii'""-'^'^.^' The Oro&ard Gifey Record.
TharsdiuV J^Ig $7
THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD
Published every Thursday at the Office,
Kelowna. B.C.
JOHN LEATHLEY. Editor.
Subscription $1.50 per annum.
To United States $2. OO per annum.
Adoertising sates upon application.
Canada May Have
Parcels Post
Postmaster General Working
on Scheme to Establish
. System
is apparently an organization against the establishment of a parcel post
In my judgment the parcel post
system would benefit the farmers
and benefit outlying districts, and I
was surprised to find these objections coming from farming districts
and from storekeepers."
Mr. Lemieux added that a good
preliminary to a parcel post was
the establishment of a rural mail
delivery, which has proved very
successful all over the . country.
This year the government was having 100,000 boxes made in Toronto
for rural mail delivery.
In the House of Commons Saturday Mr. W. F. MacLean, in an ad-
dress on state ownership of telegraph and telephone lines, called
for a system of parcel post. He
declared that the only way to bring
express companies to time was to
establish a parcel post system.
That, in his opinion, would soon
cut the express rates in two.
The postmaster general replied
that Mr. MacLean's plea almost
made him a believer in telepathy.
" I have been for several ..days,"
said Mr. Lemieux, " working on a
plan to establish a parcel post system. It has proved a boon in England, France and Germany. It costs
more money to send a parcel from
one Canadian town to another or
from one province to another than
it does to send the same parcel
across the Atlantic."
Mr.   Lemieux   could   not   say
whether the scheme was opposed
by railways as charged, "but"  he
said " the moment that it was announced that we would establish a
parcel post system in Canada, this
department was simply   flooded
with petitions against such a system.
These petitions did not come from
cities, but were signed by farmers
and country store keepers, and the
argument which they used against
the establishment of that system
was that the department   stores
would get the benefit of it.   One
peculiarity which struck me at the
time was that all .these petitions
from every province were couched
in the same terms.   They were all
either printed or typewritten and
the language was the same.   There
At the Opera House
Lillipution Opera Company
The Royal Lilliputian Opera
Company will play at the Kelowna
Opera House Monday and Tuesday nights, July 31 st and August
1st. They will .present for the
opening performance " San Toy,"
one of the best comic opera's since
the " Mikado." Canadian audiences find much to commend in the
performances ofthe thirty youngsters that constitute the Royal
Lilliputian Opera Co.
" San Toy " is a particularly effective comic opera, and in the hands
of this organization is an entertainment of a superior nature.
Madam Simpson Hogg occupies
the position in Australia once held
by the Pollard family. She makes
a specialty of discovering and
training talented youngsters.
Amongst the thirty bo3's and
girls in the Royal Lilliputian Opera
Company there are some half dozen destined to become famous.
Baby Grace, a tiny tot of four and
a half years, is believed to be the
equal of Daphine Pollard, the star
of ihe Pollard Opera Company.
If one can judge from the many
excellent newspaper notices received, the Royal Lilliputian Opera
Company is an organization deserving of splendid patronage.
" The Gondoliers" will be the
second night's offering. Mr. W. E.
Burnham, who first brought the
Juvenile Bostonians to Kelowna is
business manager of this organization, and he says these youngsters
are far ahead of the Bostonians.
Prices for this engagement, will
be: Reserved seats $1.00, and
general admission 75 cents. ]
OPERA HOUSE
Monday and Tuesday,
July 31 st & Aug. 1st
The Royal
Lilliputian
Call and See
Crawford'i
am
Counters
Five Cents up
Op
era
Co.
Presenting
(<
SAN TOY" Monday night
GONDOLIERS'Tuesday night
RESTAURANT.
Good meals to be had.
Closes Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 9 p.m.
Misses Laidlaw.
Corner Water St. and
Lawrence.
PRICES:
Reserved Seats, $1.00; General Admission, 75c.
Children, 50c'
KELOWNA-WEST BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted to Any Point
on the Lake
Ferry to Bear Creek every Friday.
E. E. HANKINSON.
P..O.Box70.
'Phone No. 108.   Resid. 'Phone, 105.
ICE FOR SALE
Delivered anywhere in town<
lc per lb.
^4pply
A. R. Davy,
Phonel37
G. ft E. HUDSON
Landscape and
Portrait
. Photographer
Largest Studios in the Interior
Portraits by appointment
Pendozi Street   -    Kelowna
Smith Street     -   Penticton
It Used to be
\
the idea that you had to have three  pairs  of
shoes: One for Style
One for Comfort
One for Service
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A SHORT HISTORY  k
of the
Parish of St. Michael
and All Angels,
KELOWNA.
P J. lib l Co.
DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS
Kelowna;    B.C.
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The present parish of St. Michael
and all Angels was originally part
of the Okanagan Mission District,
established by the; first Bishop of
Westminster, the Right Rev, W.
Sillitoe, D.D., in 1893. The present
rector of the parish, the Rev. Thos.
Greene, B.A., was then appointed
missionary, with headquarters at
Penticton, where y was the only
Anglican Church south of Vernon.
At this period there was a prosperous little settlement of English-
speaking people in and around
Kelowna, a large proportion of
whom were " Old Country " folk
who had come out West through
the advice df the Earl of Aberdeen
and the late Mr. G. G. McKay, of
Vancouver. The first . Anglican
service was held in Kelowna on
May 27th, 1894, in Lequime's Hall.
Subsequently, until the present
church was built, a monthly service
was held in the old. schoolhouse,
north side of mill avenue.
The first suggestion about building, a church came from .Mrs.
Crichton, Wycliff, Hereford, England, whose two sons were ranching in the district.. Upon the receipt
of Mrs. Crichton's inquiry, sent
through the Bishop's commissary
in England, Rev. H. Mogg, the
vicar, called a meeting of the
church congregation on December
22, 1894. There - was a good at"
tendance, and a strong committee
was appointed consisting of Messrs.
T. W. Stirling, J. L. Pridham, Dr.
B. Boyce, A. H. Crichton, C. Mair,
W.'D. Hobson, C. Atwood, E. R.
Bailey, who immediately set to
work to collect subscriptions, to
select a site for the church and
choose a plan for the building.
The committee worked steadily
and made their report to the
Easter Vestry, 1895. Mr. Hobson
stated that subscriptions amounting
to $1,181.50 had been promised,
and 7 that the Messrs. Lequime
Bros., owners of the townsite would
give two large building lots free of
charge.
Liberal donations were given by
Mrs^ Crichton,  Mrs.  A.  Stirling,
St. Andrew's, Scotland, Mrs. Bullock-Webster, Oxford, Ehgland,and
Miss Hobson (Mrs. R. Gray, Oka
nagan Mission).   At:. this, meeting
the first churchwardens, Messrs.
J. Li Pridham add : Charles Mair,
were chosen. Wort on the church
was at once begun by the builders
Messrs. Curts and Blair, who carried on the work so expeditiously
that the church was ready .and
furnished   early   in   the   autumn.
The bishop of-the diocese, the
Right Rev. J. Dart, D.D.. visited
the parish and   consecrated   the
church   to   St. Michael   and   All
Angels on October 5, 1895.    The
day following .the   16th Sunday
after Trinity the bishop confirmed
6 candidates. Mr .Greene still lived
at Penticton and made his monthly
visits to Kelowna.   This continued
until 1897, when the bishop divided"^ the   district,   appointing   Mr.
Greene to the charge of Kelowna
with Trout  Creek.   These   were
difficult davs for the parish financially,_ but the congregation gave
Hberaiiy and ~Mr: G7 Barcisyr of
Trout Creek gave a large yearly
subscription towards the support
of the services there.     Thus, with
generous help from Mrs. Crichton
and   Miss  Llewellyn,  her sister,
Mrs. A. Stirling, the S.P.G., and
later    the   Diocesan   Missionary
Society, the work was carried on
steadily.   In the spring of 1897 the
Rev. Thomas Greene moved from
Penticton to Kelowna.   As there
was no vicarage the vestry decided
to build one, but where to get the
money was  the difficulty.   Here
again Mrs. Crichton showed her
generosity by offering to lend the
necessary sum of $1,500 at a low
rate of ■ interest    This offer, was
gratefully accepted. Several friends
the vicar gave the money for the
purchase of 25 feet of the vicarage
grounds.   The work pf building
the house was begun in the spring
of 1897 and finished in die July
following.     Several   years   afterwards Mrs. Crichton presented the
property as an Easter gift to the
parish.   Next   year   Mrs.   T.   W.
Stirling had a picket   fence   put
round the church lota and a large
shed for horses and rigs erected.
The font, and beautiful brass lectern
aie also the gifts of Mrs. T. W.
Stirling.     The . handsome   brass
altar candlesticks are the joint gift
of Mr; and Mrs. Stirling.    In 1900
the late Mr. H. S. Scadding, who
had been people's warden for some
years   presented a bell   for   the
church. The congregation then'had
die tower built the builder being
Mr. R. Raymer.    Mr. Scadding
and his wife at a later date had die
East window of the church decorated with Scriptural designs in
glacier. On his leaving the parish
a few years ago, the parishioners
presented him with a solid silver
ink-stand and an address.
The late Mrs. F. A. Taylor presented to the church a very valuable sanctuary carpet and was ever
a generous supporter of every
good work.
The late Mr. W- C Cameron,
who held the office of people's
warden for some years spared
neither time nor pains to keep the
finance of the parish up to ~ the
mark. His death in 1910 was a
great loss to the church.
As this is a record for all time it
would not be complete without the
addition of the names and gifts of
other benefactors of the parish:—
Miss Bonham, London^ altar, front-
als; Mrs. Singer, Paignton, Devon,'
pulpit and lectern falls; Miss Garland, Southsea, England, lectern
and prayer desks; Mrs. A. Stirling,
St. Andrews, Scotland, brass altar
rail;, Col. Browell and officers,
Royal Horse Artillery, pulpit; Mrs.
Browell, Irish lace pall; the Misses
Browell, white silk burse and
chalice veil: Mr. E. R.; Bailey,
altar; the Misses Lysbnsv altar
linen ; Mrs. W. C. Cameron, offertory plates; Mr. R. Paul,. silver
offertory plates; Sunday' School
Children, brass altar cross and
hymn-board ; First Church Guild,
per Mrs. Greene - and -Mrs. Boyce,
brass ' altar desk, kneelers and
cushions; B. Cartridge, litany desk;
I.D.K. Society, organ and $225 to
new church building fund; Chancel
GuilcLaltar and litanyservicebooks,
altar curtains, red chalice veil, and
burse and $5.0 to new church
building fund; tkie Women's Auxiliary, linoleum, chairs and have in
the bank $1,000 towards parish
room and electric lighting o'f the
new church..
The little congregation that 'first
met in the Old School House in
1894, had increased to such a degree that in 1906, .at the Easter Vestry the question of enlarging the
old or building a new church was
discussed. Nothing special _waS
done until the Easter Vestry 1908;
A strong committee was then appointed consisting of the following
gentlemen:- The Rector, Messrs.
T. W. Stirling, F. A. Taylor, E. R.
Bailey, W. C. Cameron, A. H.
Crichton, R. H. Parkinson,; M. G.
Gorrie, Dr. B. F. Boyce; this year
the names of Messrs. E.  M. Carr-!
uthers, J. B. Whitehead, and Dr.
Shepherd were added. This committee, after careful consideration
reported against enlarging the old
church and advised the building of
a new one on a different site. The
vestry instructed them to go on
with their scheme. A site was
purchased on Richter Street. containing about an acre and a-half of
land. Designs for the new church
were advertised for. The one sent
in by our local architect, Mr. W. A
Peters, was chosen. The building
will be of stone, Gothic in style,
consisting of tower, nave, with
clerestory supported on arches and
pillars, choir and chancel; there are
also the usual vestries and organ
chamber and furnace room. A
new rectory will also be built on
the grounds.
_ During this canvass for subscriptions, the committee were so much
encouraged by the generous and
ready help they received that they
decided to start work without delay.
In the spring of this year 191 h the
work was seriously entered upon
under the able superintendence of
Mr. Martin Band,- foreman-mason
and Mr. Raymer has charge bf the
carpentry and joinery.
On Sunday, July 30th 1911, the
Corner Stone,will be laid by F. A.
Taylor Esq., The special preacher
on the occasion will be the Rev.
H. A. Solly, Summerland. The
prayers will be read by the Rector,
This will be the real beginning of
the erection of a House to the
honor and glory of God, arid -the
praise of His holy name.
.   THOMAS GREENE, B.A.
Rector.
E. M. CARRUTHERS,
Rector's Warden.
A. H. CRICHTON
People's Warden.
"HOSPITAL INSURANCE."
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 for any sickness or accidents
except contageous or infectious diseases,
which are not be admitted to'the hospital
Application* for tickets or for further information should be made to the secretary, Room 1, Keller Block, or P.O. Box
275. Kelowna, B.C.
CAPTAIN BRING
Standard Bred Pacing Stallion No. 30,233.
RECORD   -   2.07 1.-4
The Pedigree of Capt.  {Brino has been examined by the
Department of Agriculture,,which certifies
the stallion to be of pure breeding.
Will Stand Oaring the Season at Boavertei' Livery.
TERMS: $30 to insure, $15 payable at time of service, with
return privilege if mare proves not in foal; $25 for the
season, payable July 1st; single service, $15.     .     *»   .    .
Pasture for mares at $2 per month.   All mares at owners risk.
ELI JOHNSON, Owner, Kelowna, B. C.
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One ton at $25 per ton
Half ton at $25.50 per ton
Less than ton lots at $26
Tobacco Building, near-Racecourse
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ROYAL BANK OF CM^A
55S5S58X3S5»SSSB5__5S3BS»S
INCORPORATED 1869.
Statement to the Dominion Government showing condition
of the Bank oh the 30th Juno, 1911
LIABILITIES
Capitol PaidUp ........     ...........$6^00.000.00
Reserve Fund       7,000,000.00
Undivided Profit*.    243.230.93
Dividend No. 95. payable. July 3, 1911.....................   166.000.00.      . .
Notes in circulation 5,996^32^4
Deposits  82,407,134.76
Due other Banks...    841,319.03
$102,873.91736
ASSETS
Cash on hand and in Banks....'. ....$23,156,409.93
Government and Municipal Securities 2.185,161.47
Railway and other Bonds, Debenturea, and Stock*.....8,187,092^)7
Call Loans in Canada.... 4.749.025.68
Call Loans elsewhere than ia Canada 7,788,60238
Deposit with Dominion Government for security
of Note Circulation  310.000.00
$46,376,285.73
Loans and Discounts    54,268,116.91
Bank Premises  2^29^14.72
$102,873.91736
H. P. REES. Manager. KELOWNA. B.C
P.
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Wholesale and Retail
MEAT MERCHANTS
Fresh Meat
Daily
Full supply of Hams and Bacon
Fresh Fish in season
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W. LUDLOW, Manager
KELOWNA
Phone 135
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If it is an order fbr Printing you'can mqllcje no mistake
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Prices given for fence* erected complete
Agent:
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The Orchard City Record.
Thursday, July 8?
A  Cooling Drink
for the Hot   Weather
There are many lemonade preparations on the market
b«t   none   we   can   recommend   more   highly   than
Dalton's Concentrated Lemonade
A pure product containing no other acid.
Each bottle will make 12 glasses.
Regular 20c. bottle Special for Friday and Saturday,
15 cents per Bottle
Order a dozen.
Now is the time to order your
Raspberries and Cherries
FOR  PRESERVING.
We have a fresh stock every day.
TRY  OUR      -      -
Brock field Creamery Butter
Finest on the market.
Each pound done up in a carton.
For everything that is good to eat, Reasonable Prices and
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Store open every evening for Ice
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Portrait
Photographer
Studio     open
Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday.
Rowcliffe Block
ANGLICAN
St. Michael and All Angels' Church.
Holy Communion, fin. t and third Sunday! in th*
month at • a.m.; >*cendand fourth Sunday*, afar
Momins Prayar.
Litany on tha firat and third Sundays.
Momins Prayar at 11 o'clock;  Evaning Prayar at
7:30.
REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A.. Ractor.
PESBYTER1AN
Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna.
MominsSenrieaaat II a.m.;aYan_agaarvicaaat7:30
^ra.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.
lyarMaatwcanWadncadays »' • Pm-
Btfnvoiilin Presbyterian Church.
Afarnasa aarvica at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m.
REV. A. W. K. HERDMAN. Paator.
WATER NOTICE
Osoyoos Division, Yale District
Notice is hereby given that an application
will be made under Part V. of the " Water
Act, 1909," to obtain a licence in the
Osoyoos Division of Yale District
a. The name, address and occupation
of the applicant—S. Sproul, Rutland, B.C.,
Farmer.
b. The name of the lake, stream or
aource—Spring in Gulch on S. J of S.W.,
Quarter Sec. 25, Township 26, Osoyoos
Division.
c The point of diversion—50 yards
from North Boundary, Sec. 24, Township
26, Osoyoos Division.
d. The quantity of water applied for
—1*4 cubic feet per second.
e. The character of the proposed
works—Piping.
'/. The premises on which the water
is tact be iMed-W. J ofS. J of S.W..
Quarter Sec 25, Township 26, Osoyoos
Division.' ' ■     ' ...   .
g.- The purposee for which the water
is to be' used—Domestic
j. Area of Grown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works—None.
, k. This notice was posted on the 29th
day of June, 1911, and application will be
made to the Commissioner on the 7th day
of August, 1911. ,    ,,
L   Give the names and addresses ot
any riparian proprietors or licensee* who
or whose b_pds are likely to bo affected by
>tfce proposed works, either above or below
'the «uifet*-None.
S. SPROUL,
Rutland, B.C    ,
Kelowna Methodist Church.
Sabbath Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.'m.
Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek aervice Wednesday at 8 p.m.
REV. J. W. DAVIDSON. B.A., B.D., Paator.
BAPTIST
Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellice St.
Sabbath Service* at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 a.m.   All walcon^.
Wed . 730. Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pastor.
Lodges
^VV\/VVVVN^%/\»-N_Arf-V\r*%/*._.*^^
OF
MODERN WOODMEN
AMERICA
KELOWNA CAMP 14398
Lodge meetings held in the old School-
house 1st and 3rd Monday in each month.
P. BROOKE, Clerk.
KELOWNA HOSPITAL.
Donations of vegetables, fruit, dairy produce, eggs etc. will be gratefully received
at the Kelowna Hospital. If more conven.
ient same may be left at the shop of Messrs.
Crowley Co ; Ltd.
Happiest Girl in Lincoln
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had been
ailing for some time with cronic constipation and stomach trouble. I began taking
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and in three days 1 was able to be up and
got better right along. I am the proudest
girl in Lincoln to find such a good medicine."   For sale by all dealers.
Sprains require careful treatment. Keep
quiet ajid apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely.   It will remove the soreness and
3uickly restore the parts to a healthy eon-
ition.   For sale by all dealers.
TKE BUDDHIST HADES.
Eight Easy Stages of the Most Awful
Kinds of Torture.
The places of torment to which all
wicked Buddhists are to be assigned
on the day of fimil reckoning Is a ter»
rible place of punishment This Buddhistic hell Is divided into eight "easy
stages."
In the first the poor victim Is compelled to walk for untold ages ln his
bare feet over hills thickly set with
redhot needles, points upward. In the
second stage the skin is all carefully
filed or rasped from the body and Irritating mixtures applied. In the third
stage the nails, hair and eyes are
plucked out and the denuded body
sawed and pinned Into all sorts ot
fantnstle shapes. The fourth stage li
thut of "sorrowful lamentations." In
the fifth the left side or the body and
the denuded head are carefully roasted. Yema. the Huddhistlc Satan, superintending the work. In the sixth
stage the arms are torn from the body
and thrown Into nn immense vat
among the e.ves. nails and hair previously removed. Then In plain hearing of the sure footed, blind, maimed,
masted and bleeding victim the wholo
horrid mass is pounded into a Jelly..
In the seventh stage the other side ot
the victim and his feet are roasted
brown, and then comes the eighth and
last stage. In which the candidate Is
thrown Into-the bottomless pit of
perdition.
DEADLY MINE GASES.
White Damp, Firedamp, Black Damp
and the Fearful After Damp.
"White damp is the gas most feared
by the miners, for its properties render it dlrliei.lt to detect, inasmuch as
It Is tasteless, odorless and colorless
and when mixed In the proportion of
about one part gas to nine parts air is
■ ailed "tlredainp" aud becomes explosive to a degree hard to realize unless
• me h:>s seen its effects.
♦Slack damp, unlike white damp, Is
heavier than air. a uonexplosive gas
which may be detected by its peculiar
odor Again, unlike the other, its effect is to suffocate and extinguish fire.
This gas is so heavy and moves with
such a sluggish flow that occasionally, when miners have been trapped ln
a mine following an explosion and
have detected the black damp creeping in upon I hem by its smell, tbey
have been able to stop its advance by
erecting dams or barricades along the
floor, building them higher as the volume of gas increased and keeping the
air within their little inclosure comparatively clean by rude improvised
fans.
Following an explosion, these two
gases become min.. led and form a mixed gas. possessing all the dreaded
qualities of each, which Is known as
"after damp," and it is tbe mixture
of gases which destroys any life that
may remain following a mine disaster.
-Atlantic  Mouthly.
Late Rising Birds.
A pair of singing birds had bec-n advertised for. sale.
"The property of a late rising family," the dealer stated.
"I wound up with that clause," he.
said, "so possible purchasers would
not be scared off by the prospect of
an unearthly chattering at 5 o'clock in
the morning. Bir.V. can he trained to
keep any kind of hours. If they are
brought up by a family of nighthawks
they learn to go to bed at midnight
and get up at 0 a. in., along witb the
rest of the folks, but if they are tucked in right uway after supper they
wake up the neighborhood at a correspondingly early hour the next morning. It is advisable for any~person
who is likely to lie abed until noon to
inquire into the early training of a
bird bef#e buying."—New York Sun.
American Golf. •
Certainly you are iu good iuck as a
golfer If you go to America at all, for
they are gloriously hospitable ln that
land, and. so far as 1 could see, tbe
Idea tbat some have here—tbat the
American's notion of the object of
playing a game is purely to win It,
not to enjoy the playing—Is perfectly
mistaken. I never had the Impression
more strongly anywhere of being In
tbe company of meu who were playing the game for pleasure, uot for the
mere sake of \vlnniug*tl_e match. But
then It Is certainly true, as I heard ono
of tbelr Judges (I mean a legal Judge,
though he was.o judge of golf, too)
say in an after dinner speech that It
Is "the cleanest sport In America.'*—
Horace Hutchinson .in London Telegraph.              .    '
The Voice of the People.
Lady John Russell visited Paris as •
girl in 1830 and witnessed the somewhat artificial enthusiasm for Louis
Philippe, who bad Just been placed on
the throne by the revolution. "It Is
said," we are told, "that any small
boy in those days could exhibit tbe
king to curious sightseers by raising
a cheer outside the Tuileries windows,
when bis majesty, to whom any manifestation of enthusiasm was extremely precious, would appear automatically upon the balcony and bow."
One Formality.
"Oh, Joy! She has written a letter
saying she will marry me."
"Congratulations.   When?"
"Well—er—you see her father has to
Indorse this promissory note before It's
good."—Cleveland Leader.
How Ma Reoernblaj. .Him.
"Tommy, yoii don't-take after your
father much,«do you?''
"'No, ma'am    But, gee, you ought to
sea llic  way  "in does sometlmesl"-
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o you require a
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McLaughlins, and the Canada Carriage Co.
the pioneers of the carriage trade,
Surreys, Top Buggies, Mikados, Carts, and
Delivery Wagons.
Newest and most up-to-date stock in the Valley.
We have the
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Farm
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Sole agents for the
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The great weed exterminator.
Churns, Grindstones, Chaff Cutters, Scales, Pumps,
Windmills, and Spraying Machines
We also carry a complete line of
Light and Heavy Team Harness
F^ °f all k^ds
Flour, Hay, Oats, Wheat, Barley, and Chop
Give us your order, and we will satisfy you.
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&G0WEN
The Kelowna Carriage House
m Thursday, July 27
Orchard Oitt) Record
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Soteisyourtiffifitogetill gour Picture Framing:
done, at prices that DEFY COMPETITION.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Oftiee Phone, 8fi
GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS
Situated within one half mile of town, and being
•bout loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.
Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.
Close to Town and Market.
There is only one GLENMORE.   Don't miaa the opportunity of selecting a few acres bf thia desirable
.property.
If you wish a cheap building lot or an awe of land call on us and we will
show you bur sub-division,
WOODLAWN
Just four blocks from the centre of the town.    Prices low. Terms easy,
monthly payments if so desired. f
Fire Insurance
We represent only the best board companies.
The Central Okanagan Lanrl*, Ltd.
KELOWNA, B.C.
King George is suffering from
severe sore throat due tQ recent
speech - making and complicated
with a bad cold caught while traveling.
Various railway contractors who
have work on the Hope-Kamloops
section of the Canadian Northern
Railway state that a labor famine
exists and that great difficulty will
be experienced in securing sufficient men for the scores of camps
now being established- along the
Fraser and main Thompson rivers.
It is understood that the Vancouver
Board of Trade will be requested
to ask the Dominion Government
to modify the immigration Regulations in order to permit the importation of men from the United
States. Ay
' It is reported that about a dozen
farmers in Halton county, who
were shareholders in the Farmer's
Bank, and responsible under the
double liability, have sold but their
property, and either gone west or
to the States. Most7 of ihem are
" homesteadihg " in the Canadian
west, and it is claimed that the
homestead laws of Saskatchewan
-and Alberta are a protection against
any claim the bank curator could
bring.
The Postmaster-General pointed
out in the House last week that the
cable companies had agreed to cut
rates on non-urgent messages from
25 cents to 12 cents per word and
that it had been decided at the
recent Imperial Conference that if
further concessions were not made
state-owned cables would be considered.
King George has given Premier
Asquith his promise to appoint as
many new peers as will be necessary to pass the Veto Bill. This
was announced by the Premier in
a letter addressed to Mr. Balfour
and read at a caucus of Unionist
peers at Lord Lansdowne's house.
-Unless Premier Asquith7is assured that the government measure
will be passed, it will not be placed
again at the mercy of the peers
until sufficient Radicals have been
given patents of nobility to assure
its acceptance. '
American Fruit Boxes
Must be Marked
"Short"
Private Clifford., of the Royal
Grenadiers, Toronto, won the
King's Prize, the greatest event of
the Bisley meet. Clifford, a few
days ago won the Prince of Wales
prize.
Last year $10,000,000 worth of
horses were brought into western
Canada from the United States.
, A 48,000-mile walk, which is to
cover every country on the globe
and end up at the White House in
Washington, has been commenced
by Mr. and Mrs. Humphries of
New York.
Complaints that the census in
Saskatoon has not been thoroughly
taken has aroused the business men
and a fund was created for the
purpose df a house to house canvass, and twenty canvassers put to
work. Bureaus for registering
names have also been opened at
the civic offices and the board of
trade building.   -
An interesting rumor, given some
credence in Parliamentary circles is
that a possible successor to Lord
Strathcona as Canadian High Commissioner at London is Sir William
Mackenzie, president of the Canadian Northern Railway. Sir William Mackenzie would thus in more,
ways than one be following the
footsteps of ihe great pioneer builder of Canada, and with his wealth
and administrative ability would
prove a well equipped incumbent
of the office. It is stated that this
climax to a striking career would
probably fall in with Sir William's
desire to now seek a little leisure
with dignity after his strenuous
work of the past twenty years.
The Naramata mill of the S. C.
Smith Lumber Co. was slightly
damaged by fire which broke out
last week. The s. 8. Okanagan
which was passing steamed to the
assisiance of the staff, who however managed to extinguish the
flames unaided.
An old Grievance Rempved
by Dominion Order
The authorities at Ottawa have
recently issued an order that all
American fruit boxes exhibited for
sale must, in the future be marked
" short." The importance of such
an order, to all -fruit growers will
be at once apparent.
In the past this British Columbia
fruit growers have had no protection from American competition.
According to the Dominion Act,
_1!
an;
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uuiaumii
" ounnwvi ij
must have a capacity of four-fifths
of an imperial quart, and raspberry
boxes must hold two-fifths of an
imperial quart. The imported
American fruit boxes, although to
all appearances of standard size,
until placed alongside the British
Cofumbia product, have false bottoms, and are in reality appreciably
smaller in every dimension, and
the consumer really receives less
for his money than when he buys
the Canadian product.
Pedlars and dealers handling
American fruit make no distinction
between the two products, but call
the American "short" boxes quarts
as well as the full sized Canadian
goods.
Right in your busiest season when you
have the least time to spare you are most
likely to take diarrhoea and lose several
days' time, unless you have Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at
hand and take a dose at first appearance
of the disease.   For sale by all dealers.
Wholesale Slaughter of
Nelson's Dairy Cowsr
The wholesale slaughter of dairy
cows found to be infected with
tuberculosis has followed the visit
to Nelson of Dr. B. R. Ilsley of
Vernon, the Provincial Government veterinary inspector, : and
Nelson, within the next few days
will experience a milk famine.
In some ofthe dairies, as many
as 35 out of 39 cows have been
proved by the tuberculosis test to
infected with bacilli and it is said
thatthe number- of condemned
cows in the dairies already examined is consideracly over 50 per
cent. All the animals condemned
have to be destroyed within a certain period, and as it is impossible
for dairymen to obtain fresh animals for some weeks, it is inevitable
that many householders will have
to fall back on the canned product
for their milk supply. Several
dairies are put completely out of
business.
Experience has shown that some
of the most healthy looking cows
are the worst infected.
Geo. DAVIS
BARBERSHOP
Haircutting, Shaving,
Shampooing, etc.
BERNARD AVENUE
(Bouch's Old Stand)
20th CENTURY SHOE
REPAIRING STORE
Next door to Crowley a Butcher Shop
Bring your old comforts and
have them fixed up as good
as new.
Agent for Okanagan
Laundry.
ERSKINE ft CAMPBELL
Builders ancl
Contractors.
Plans & Estimates Furnished
Residence, Park Ave.
P.O. Box 75.
RINGS!       RINGS!
Diamond Rings, Signet Rings,
Pearl   Rings,  Birthday   Rings,
And last but not least WeduUlg    RlttgS
No matter what kind of a Ring you are looking for, we feel sure we can
please you, for we have added a few absolutely new lines to our well-
assorted stock.   Solid gold rings' from" $1.50 up.
Birthday rings marked down to $3.60.
Diamond   Ringo  from   $15 to $150.
Our prices will interest you. Our values are  unsurpassed.
Drop in' and look them over.
W. M. PARKER & Co.,
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
P.O. Box 316 Spedding Block.
All work absolutely guaranteed.
Rough a»d Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Etc
Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited
HNE BUILDING LOTS
In Marty Subdivison on Pendozi Street, with building1
•   - restrictions,  size 68 x 121,
Prices from $350 to $650, easy terms.
Building Loan arranged for purchaser.
We have funds available for Mortgage Loans, and the
purchase of Agreements of Sale. ?
HEWETSON & MANTLE.
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WHETHER YOU LIVE in the
COUNTRY or  in  the  TOWN
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are prepared to undertake your Work
and give you Satisfaction..
Painting, Paperhanging,
Kalsomining,   Hardwood   Finishing,
and Interior Decorating.
We can do your work with neatness and dispatch.
Send a postal card and let us figure on your work.
If you appreciate
Close Figuringand Prompt Service:
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The Orchard Gity Record
Thursday, July 27
CITY OF KELOWNA
BY-lAW NO. 96.-T_e City of Kelowna Wooden Sidewalk Local Improvement Assessment By-law, 1911.
A By-Law to assess, levy and collect the
cost of construction, as a Work of Local
Improvement, of Wooden Sidewalks under
By-Law Number Thirty-nine (39), and to
raise upon Debenture Loan the necessary
monies for payment of same.
WHEREAS the Municipal Council, pursuant to tho Local Improvement General
By-Law Number Thirty-nine (39), deter'
mined to carry out certain works of im'
provementa, viz.-the construction as works
of local improvement upon portions of the
following streets, viz.—
1. A wooden sidewalk, four feet eight
inches wide, on the North side of
Doyle Avenue, from Ellis Street to
St. Paul Street.
2. A wooden sidewalk, four feet eight
inches wide, on the West side of St.
Paul Street, from Doyle Avenue to
the  North-east  corner of  Lot Eleven
!U), Registered Plan   number   Four
432).
3. A wooden sidewalk four feet eight
inches wide, on the North side of
Cadder Avenue, from Pendozi Street
to Long Street.
4. A wooden sidewalk, four feet eight
inches wide, on the South side of
Cadder Avenue, from a point two
hundred and twelve (212) feet East of
the North-West corner of Lot Twelve
(12), Registered Plan number seven
hundred and thirty-seven (737) to the
North-West corner of Lot eight (8),
Registered Plan number seven hundred and thirty-seven (737).
5. A wooden  sidewalk, four feet  eight
Owner.
Bertram, D.
Lapoint, Chas.
inches wide, on the West side of
Ellis Street, from Cawston Avenue to
the North-east corner of Lot Nine (9),
Registered Plan number six hundred
and sixty (660).
6. A wooden sidewalk, four  feet   eight
*    inches  wide,  on   the   East   side   of
Richter Street, from a point one hundred and seventy-two feet (172 feet)
North of the South-West comer of
Block Twenty (20), Registered Plan
number two hundred and two (202)
to Wilson Street.
7. A wooden sidewalk, four feet eight
inches wide, on the South side of
Wilson Street, from Richter Street to
the North-east corner of Lot Twelve
(12), Registered Plan number six hundred and twenty-two (622).
AND WHEREAS the Chairman of the
Board of Works and the Assessor of the
City of Kelowna on the Twenty-second
day of April, 1911, made joint reports and
thereby determined the probable life of
the works and improvements at five (5)
years, and conjointly ascertained and determined the proportion in which the assessment for the cost of the said works
and improvements would have to be made
on the real property and portions of real
property benefited, and ascertained, determined and showed what real property is
immediately benefited by the said works
and improvements', and the proportion in
which the assessment for the same should
be made.
AND WHEREAS the probable cost of
the works of improvement, and the amount
SCHEDULE
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to be aesessed against the owners of the
real property benefited as shown by the
said report was estimated to be One thousand three hundred and ninety dollars
($1,390.00).
AND WHEREAS the said reports have
been adopted by the Council of the City
of Kelowna.
AND WHEREAS the Council.has decided to distribute the payment of the cost of
the said works proposee to be assessed
hereunder over a period of Five (5) years,
and to borrow the monies necessary to
defray such cost upon the special rates
levied hereunder upon the lands and improvements benefited, and upon the guar
antee of the Corporation at large.
AND WHEREAS the total frontage
upon the said works of local improvement
of the real property and portions of real
property immediately benefited is Three
thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine
and seventeen twentieths (3.779.85) feet,
and the cost chargeable to the property
benefited is One thousand five hundred v|
dollars ($1,500.00).
AND WHEREAS the Corporation of
the City of Kelowna desires to pass a By-
Law for the purpose aforesaid, therefore,
the Municipal Council of the City of
Kelowna, in open meeting assembled,
enacts as follows :—
I. That the real property immediately
benefited by the said works of local improvement shall be that which is particularly mentioned in the said reports, and
which is set forth and described in the
Schedule following.
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. LECKIE BOOTS
For the man who WORKS we claim to have the best Boots that money, experience and brains can produce. Our stock of these goods is at present most complete, as we have our Fall order in stock now.
M.
North Side of Doyle Avenue, from Ellis Street to St. Paul Street.
5 432     150.5     $.3717   $55.94   $.0871   $13.11
16 432     150.5       .3717      55.94     .0871      13.11
M.
Lapoint, Chas,
Wade, A. S.
Raymer, George
Cramp, H. C.
Tress, O.
Knowles, Chas.
West Side of St. Paul Street, from Doyle Avenue to the N.E. corner of Lot 11, Plan 432.
16
15
14
13
12
II
432
432
432
432
432
432
60.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
21.00
17.50
17.50
17.50
17.50
17.50
.0821
.0821
.0821
.0821
.0821
.0821
4.93
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10
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65.55
65.55
24.65
20.50
2050
20.50
20.50
20.50
North Side of Cadder Avenue, from Pendozi Street to Long Street.
Taylor, F. A,                                4        8      348     283.5         .382    108.29     .0876    24.83 124.15
Meugens, A. L.                              5         8       348     100.0          .382      38.20     .0876      8.76 43.80
Bawtinheimer. Mrs. A. E.              6        8       348     100.0         .382      38.20     ,0876      8.76 43.80
Kelowna Land & Orchard Co.       7         8       348     200.0         .382      76.40     .0876-17.52- 87.60
South Side of Cadder Avenue, from a point 212 feet East of the North-West Corner of Lot 12, Registered
Plan 737, to the North-West Corner of Lot 8, Registered Plan 737.
Stirling, Mrs. T.W.
Stirling, Mrs. T. W.
Stirling, Mrs. T. W.
Stirling, Mr«. T. W.
Armstrong, F.
12
11
10
9
8
737 W212.0 .41      86.92      .096     20.35     101.75
737       88.0 .41      36.08      .096      8.45       42.25
737       88.0 .41      36.08      .096      8.45       42.25
737       87.0 .41      35.67      .096      8.35 .    41.75
737       87.0 .41      35.67      .096      8.35       41.75
the North-East Corner of Lot 9, Registered Plan 660.
West Side of Ellis Street, from Cawston Avenue to
Finch. J.                                       3                660      107.2         .367 39.34 .0857 9.19 45.95
Barker, D                                     4                660       50.0         .367 18.35 .08$7 4.28 21.40
Gibb, J.                                      5                660       50.0        .367 18.35 .0857 4.28 21.40
Tocknell. C. W. A                       6                660       50.0         .367 18.35 .0857 4.28 21.40
Ashworth, A.                               7                680      50.0         .367 18.35 .0857 4.28 21.40
Whitefield,F.                               8                660       50.0         .367 18.35 .0857 4.28 21.40
Gussell. H.M.                              9                660       50.0         .367 18.35 .0857 4.28 21.40
East Side of Richter Street, from a point 112 feet North of the South-West Corner of Block 20, Registered
Plan 202, to Wilson Street.
Martin, Cornelius In South
L118. Our Men's 10 in. Logger: Chrome Kip, inside
counter, double sole and slip, pegged, standard
screwed and caulked, at .    $7.00
s 9 in.Chrome Kip Miner: Circle vamp,
whide  counter, wing tip  and  back stay, double
id slip, Hungarian nailed, and 24 gauge sole.
Is a world beater at $6.00
L172.   Men's 12 in.  Logger:   Kangaroo calf
upper, outside pocket counter, single sole and
slip,   18   guage   sole,  pegged  and
nailed at $6.00.
Leckie's   Loggers  are  worn
in all logging and construction
camps from Atlantic   to the
,   Pacific.
We carry nearly every line in
Leckie's own catalogue, which
which we will be
pleased to mail to
anyone anxious to
know of the Best __.
Boot in Canada.
L075
Sole Selling Agents for this Line
L172
THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.
Headquarters for the Economical Buyer
Harvey, W. D.
Murray, J.
Murray, J.
Fuller. W. S.
Fuller. W. S.
Davies, J. H. and Mathie, R.
half of
North i
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45
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20"
202
202
.694
694
694
694
622
166.5
338.5
58.0
58.25
63.25
63.0
126.25
.392
.392
.392
.392
.392
'.392
.392
65.26
132.70
22.73
22.83
24.79
24.69
49.49
.0919
.0919
.0919
.0919
.0919
.0919
.0919
15.30
31.11
5.33
5.35
5.81
5.79
11.62
76.50
155.55
26.65
26.75
29.05
28.95
58.10
South Side of Wilson Street, from Richter Street to the North-East Corner of Lot 12. Registered Plan 622.
Never leave home on a journey without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to
be needed and cannot be obtained when on
board the cars or steamships. For sale by
all dealers..-
It ia worse than useless to take any
medicines internally for muscular or
chronic rheumatism. All that is needed is
a free application of Chamberlain's Liniment
For sale by all dealers..
Davies, J. H. and Mathie, R. C. 1
Lee, M. H. 2
Pettman, A. C. \
Scholl,W. 4
Davies, J. H. and Mathie, R. 5
Davies, J. H. and Mathie. R. 6
McLeman, A. '
Davies, J. M. ana mamie, rv. «
Davies, J. H. and Mathie, R. 9
Macready.J. L. JO
Brooks, J. P. J
Brooks, J. P. ,2
622
622
622
622
622
622
622
622
622
622
622
92.4
50.0
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50.0
50.0
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50.0
50.0
.461
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.461
.461
.461
.461
.461
.461
.461
.461
.461
42.60
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
23.05
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10.28
5.57
5.57
5.57
5.57
5.57
5.57
5.57
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5.57
5.57
5.57
51.40
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
27.85
Whooping cough is not dangerous when
the cough is kept loose and expectoration
easy by giving Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It has been used in many
epidemics of this disease with perfect
success.   For sale by all dealers.
« •«        t      i_             j _.___.-5___.. in  _.«_•__ not however, exceeding the sum of and chattels of the person liable for such
bit* 2*1 tT*oL!EEtt& ^*££n^53 doLr. [$l.5001, debt, or bv M.e of & whole or any part
kiS__ft^^«500%2l«ffirfS and .11 such debenture, shall be sealed of the real property » chafed; but in the
iriiweSSr^^ with the Seal of the aaid Corporation and event of anv .ale of the real property, or
\V •j*m3uLSSTJl« sussed on the signed by the Mayor and Treasurer thereof, any part thereof, Ten [10] days notice
fund and unreal. .haU to Mjeawd on me ««™M> f th# £y debenUlre,  ,h.|l be thereof, published  in one newspaper dr.
various portion, of ^P^»f{ dated the First day of September, 1911, cutting in the Municipality sh .11 be given.
S" ,t SSmtS f&£m££2 STaS u£L IA in Five [51 10. if the owner of any portion of the
£_! Su^JKprK.section year, from th. date hereinafter mentio.ed .aid property hereby assesud shall desire
the schedule to th. neat preceamg socuon ^ ^ By.Lavr to uke effect, at the Bank to commute the .pedal assessment imposed
° a!!__ ,L^A real orooertv and portions of Montreal, in the Gty of Kelowna, in the by this By-Law, he or .he can do so by
-itS^SSDSaSSKK Province of British Columbia, and  shall paying the Treasurer of the Corporation
l    c ETi    •    <Sn%« m of thu have attached  to them coupon, for the on or before the Second day of January,
fcli^ttTed^S, hfwby )a£Td plymeTof interest, and the^gnature. of 1912, the amount set opposite the real pro.
By-Law contained, are hereby »»•««•«« YCI tJlmvot -nd Treasurer of the Corpora- perty mentioned in the Sixth (6) column
SSA AAJW-Sn fa* tSAS of !heem. g the of & Schedule in Section One [/[ of thi.
BB^f%«St* •"-" ^^S^^.^^^ By.VThrrSrpor.tionof the Gty of
^tf SIS i"4r52Bi-.«.      7. Mof^ shall bear Kelowna do *uarantee the monies and
J^X«JddJU^^K.orp" interest at the rate of Five [5J per cent, per interest thereon to be r.,sed under.the
£T«l1^^XA3l b™ divided annum from the date thereof, which interest authority of this By-Law, and the various
^^SuSSf^MbiMSie^lilh sh.ll be payable half-yearly at the Bank of persons asseMed hereunder, and so a. in
into Five 151 e«juaJj»art*«ibj•* • » MontreaUt the City of Kelowna, in the no w.y to interfere with or prejudice the
^™T^one7uSwrtwmto«i^id   Province of Briti.h Columbia. j ««e..ment and special rate  hereby im-
ft' _£d £ll££d to Aefir£ JesTand 8. It shall be lawful for the Mayor and posed or thecharge hereby created on he
££ -AiownTW for Four^-". Coundl of the said;Corporation to dispose land, and portion, of lands, will out of the
^,KCr^n?ofthVBv.Lawdur. of the Mid debenture, at a rate below current year, revenue pay to any person
?*•* PZ? 5?v££ whic" Ae deben- par, and to authorize the Treasurer to pay or corporation from whom th.y may bor-
_"g kSiTjSl^totun, out of the sum so raised, by the sale of the row money, upon the security of the de-
^jinrSyEff^cfiS herein! said debentures, all expense, connected bentureS hereby authored, or to the
"Zi^mJd   PV with th. preparation and printing of the
A TWitshJl be lawful for the Cor .aid debenture, and coupon., or any d.»-
J _TIttuTcH* ol Kelowna to borrow count or commission or other charges inci-
^f.°LunW 2e«Kl«bv^mpo^d. dental to the «Ie of the «id debenture..
KELOWNA-WEST BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted io Any Point
on the Lake
Ferry to Bear Creek every .Friday.
E. E. HANKINS0N.
P.-O.
'Phone No. 108.
Box 70.
Resid. 'Phone,
For summer dia'rrhoea in children always
give Chamberlain'. Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and eastor oil, and a
speedy cure is certain. For sale by all
dealers.
several respective holders of the Mid debenture, the several, respective annual
payment, as they may from time to time
tall due.
12. This By-Law shall take effect and
^m. — ""--r-" T"  -"0f th.deben- against such  lots, or portions of lots, a. come into force on the Fir.t day of Sep
Corpor.tion«t large by^ £™^     .foresaid, for each year, shall be paid upon tember, 19 I. and may be cited a. "Tlie
^oW^h&T&ScW?**. 'he day^on_whicn.the general rates.and City of Kelowna Wooden Sidewalk Con.
T_,"m«v bTwillini to advance the «me. taxes of tlTe Gty of Kelowna aforeMid be
who may *>« wiumg £ •       ,   ,   h d      in e,c!l amj every year dunng
•/^n0.VMMtj *«£   hundred   doUar. which, the «id debenture, have to run.
°CSSenoih°H"^ hundred   aoum    ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ,ha]I ,,,,„ intereit
I$|J0O«IJ Umwtal lot the Mayor from and after audi date, respectively at
.be
with all costs in that behalf forthwith after
default by distress and sale of the goods
struction Local Improvement Assessment
By-Law, 1911. v
Read a First time by the Municipal
Coundl thi. Nineteenth day of July,
1911. Read a Second time by the
Municipal Coundl thi. Nineteenth
day of July, 1911. Read a Third time
' by the Munidpal Coundl thi. Twenty-
second day of July, 1911, Reconsidered,
The uniform success that has attended
the um of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy has made it a
favourite everywhere. It can alwaysbe-
depended upon.   For sale by all dealers.
adopted and finally passed by the
Municipal Coundl of the, Gty of
Kelowna this day of ', 1911.
 Clerk.
 ..Mayor.
NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of
Revision will be held at the Coundl Cham..
ber, Kelowna, B.C., on Thursday, the 24th
day of August, 1911, at Ten o'.clock in the
forenoon, for the purpose of hearing and
determining complaints [if any] against the
proposed special assessment or the accuracy of frontage measurements as shown in
the Schedule to Section One of the above
By-Law, or any other complaint which the
persons interested may desire to make and
which by law is cognizable by the said
Court; but no complaint can be heard unless WRITTEN NOTICE of the ground of
such complaint shall have been served
upon the undersigned at least eight day.
before the holding of the Mid Court.
Dated at Kelowna, B.C., thi. 25th day of
Jully.1911. G.H. DUNN,
Gty Clerk.
HOTELS IN PORTUGAL
Paying   One's   Bill   There   Become,  a
Duel In Politeness.
When traveling for the first time in
Portugal one Is apt to become exasperated when he desires to settle up
with his landlord at the hotel. When
the traveler asks how much his bill Is
the landlord bows graciously, smiles
suavely, rubs his hands together and
replies that the bill is as much as the
guest wishes to contribute.    ;
This is simply the opening of a duel
of politeness, for tbe hardened traveler
at once thanks the landlord for his confidence' ln him and again very courteously asks for a detailed statement of
his account Still the bill is not forthcoming, for the landlord declares that
he does not wish to insult his guest ln
any such maimer. Finally the landlord doqj reckon up the charges on his
fingers. Wben he has finished he asks
the traveler how jpuch the sum total
Is. If the traveler hasn't kept track of
it the landlord very laboriously goes
over thq account again. If the guest
has footed up the bill the landlord Is
sura that it cannot be so much and insists on a re-reckoning. The result Is
the same, and the landlord Invariably
needs to bring two or three more fingers Into ucfe for items that had been
accidentally omitted.
Needless to state,' the traveler not
hardened to this process breathes a
deep sigh of relief when he "escapes."
—Boys' World.
r
v.
WANTED!
"Y
2 Cent, per word, first insertion and
1 Cent per word each subsequent
insertion, minimum 25 Cents.
NURSING
Experienced, moderate term*.   Address,
Mr.. C. Pitt, Rutland. *
TO RENT
Morden's house, six rooms, with or without land.   Apply G. E. Boyer. I6tf
FORSALE ?
Mr. Boyer Snr. has 5 or 6 .null! but very
desirable Properties for.' sale, mtuated in
and just diitside the dty limit.. I7tf
DIET AND AGE.
Better
Proper  Eating  Weuld  Insure
Health and Longer Life.
Medical experts, insurance men, educators and teachers of the science of
health and happiness generally are In
favor of simpler living and a return to
nature. The'mortality of adult age-
of the period between forty and sixty-
Is increasing, but it is not due to the
stress of modern life, to worry and
overwork, as some bave supposed. It
Is due, we are assured, to overeating
and bad diets. There ia every reason
why we should live longer and be
healthier, for comforts are increasing
and inventions are. lessening toil and
anxiety. But our very prosperity has
led to richer and ampler diets, and
there is where tbe mischief lies—there,
and in our indoor life. We shun nature; we shut out' light and air; we
walk little and seldom eat or rest in
the dpen air, in gardens, fields or on
porches.
This Is all wrong, and the wages of
this wrong are 111 health, depression,
gloom, the shortening of the natural
span of llfo. Habits of outdoor life
should be formed early—at school. As
much teaching as possible should be
done in the open air—and as much
playing likewise. After graduation
boys and girls should continue to cul
tlvate the Outdoor life and families
should continue the practice.—Chicago
BacoBd-BanUd. ».-*
HOUSEKEEPING.
By week or month.   Apply Box W, Record Office. ^        x
ROOMS AND OFFICES TO LET
Modern; hot water heating, electric  light,
city water.    Apply Morrison Thompson
Hardware Co.. - *
COW FOR SALE
'Very quiet young cow, due to calf in
September.   Good milker.   Price reasonable.   A. M. Cowan, P.-O. Box 20.
WANTED
Early-hatched chickens. Apply E. Saunders, P.-O. Box 139. 33-34
WANTED
Situation by Lady as Housekeeper or
Mother's Help.   Apply Box A., Record
Office.
ROWING-BOAT  FOR SALE
Strongly built of Cedar throughout, with
zinc nail.;   iron-.trapped, flat bottom, with
keel; hold6 (double rowlocks; length 15J,
beam 4J.t.   935,   Apply H. Bartholomew.
FOR  SALE
Team Ponies, Harness and -Buggy and
Saddle. Price for outfit $250. Apply P.-O.,
Box 149. 35
FOR SALE
Sewing Machine and Democrat.   Apply
A. S. Cox. 34tf
LOST
Pocket Aneroid Barometer,
warded   on   returning   tame
Thomas Lawson, Ltd.
Finder re-
to   Messrs.
35
FOR SALE
Team of general purpose Horses, Cheap
 1. 35
for cash.
WANTED
Girl for steady clean work in laundry.
Experience not necessary. Apply Okanagan
Laundry, Pendori-street 35tf
TENDERS
Tenders for the clearing of 200 acres
(more or leu) of light bush on the bench
will be received by the undersigned up to
30th July. Work to be completed by 30th
April, 1912. Full particular, at the Office
of the Company. Lowest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
South Kelowna Orchard Co., Ltd.
G. L. Allan, Manager.
W. J. Mantle, Secretary*
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