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VOL. III.   NO 44.
KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY.  SEPT. 28, 1911.
$1.50 Per Annum.
Meeting of
l,C
City Council
For some weeks past the city
council has been unable to obtain
a quorum owing to the absence of
several of its members. Monday
morning the .necessary quorum was
available, and the council assembled witlr the Mayor, Aid. Leckie,
Copeland and Dalgleish present.
The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and adopted
and the following accounts referred to the finance committee for
payment.
C. G.iClement, 80 per cent, of price
for con. sidewalk on Glenn Av. 422.54
C. G. Clement, 15 per cent, of con-.
. tract price for con. of cemt.sdwk. 763.62
W. F. Bouvette, watg. streets Aug.   47.50
J. B.^Khowlcs, clock for power hse.    10.00
.." Orchard   City  Record," printing
and advertising .- - - 209.50
A. R. Davy, team'for August - 13:25
Kelowna Car. Wotfks, dressing picks .75
I. S. Chamberlin. supplies for Aug. 21:05
C. Adams, moving mac.atpow.hse. 2.33
Municipal  Construction Co., 4,019
feet of 4-inch wood pipe - 984.65
Pay Sheet work on streets, Sep. 5-16 341.00
Vancouver Engineering Works, two
direct stays - - - -
Crane Company, 6 fire hydrants -
Pay "Sheet work on street construct.
C.P.Rr, freight on electric motors   -
.,    -    „ street sprinkler   -
- -:_>, „ .. fire hydrants   i   -
-4„   _    „ „ sup. for pow. hse.
pi. Lumber Co., lumber f. bridges 187.54
Crane Company, sup. for pwr. hse. 64.34
D..,W. Crowley Co., meat for Mrs.
Brown and MrsJCrnmrner dur-
itfg February and March-
B.C.  Anti - Tuberculosis   Society,
co, N. Krummer fr. Aug. 1-21
A. Hanmore, making water conns.
Hamilton Stamp and Stencil Wks.,
150 dog tags - - -._ -
K. Smith, work at power house -
F. Forsell        ,.        „        •>        "-_#«_
E. Nelson               V J%
j. Wilgood .. - A. .. 7^. Arf»
GP.R., transportation to Alberta for*
L. O. Bray and family - J- 46.12
Ian MacRae,' expense ace. taking
prisoner to Kamloops     -       -   29.05
. kelowna City Band, grant for Aug.   50.00
Pay Sheet wprk on streets, Sept.
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'-G:PrclS^i&l.;poU6e duty,
. ..   Septenlbem 1911-      -.   . .   iS&>
A letter was read from Mrs. R:
B. Kerr, calling attention to dangers
existing'on the Abbot Street bridge.
The iron bar in the middle, the
letter stated, interfered with free
passage on ihe footway; there was
also no adequate fence on the
northrend of the bridge. The let-
ter was-referred to'the Board or
Works.    '"       ,     _
A litter was read fropn Aid. A. S,'
Cok, who left last week for the Old
Country, regretting, that -he . was
obliged to take leave of absence
from the duties of the council. He
expressed nia pleasure iuiue wofK
during the three years he had been
in office, and also thanked the public' for the confidence they had
in electing him. Although modestly declaring that other men might
have done much; better, he said he
had "always tried to act conscien-
cioualy and without prejudice. He
left Kelowna with regret and wish-
the city every success. He also
thanked the city clerk for his unselfish and courteous manner and
the valuable help and advice he
had given. He hoped Kelowna
mignt enjoy continued prosperity.
A resolution was passed fThat
Aid. Cox be granted leave of absence .for .the remainder of the
year, and that the members of the
cc^ncil desireto express regret at
his departure, and also appreciation
of his services whilst a member*".
A letter was read from Mr. L. E.
Taylor, manager of the Bankhead
Orchard, asking if the city would
be willing to furnish electric current for lighting purposes, the company to bear the expense: of poles
and wires from the city limits.
Mayor Sutherland pointed out
that the city had no authority to
put poles outside the city limits.
They could, however, deliver the
current to the boundary of the city
and put a meter on the pole there.
It was agreed that there could be
no objection to such a course, and
it might eventually be a considerable source of revenue to the city.
A resolution was accordingly passed " That the city agrees to deliver
power for light, etc., at a point
within the city'limits for the use of
the Bankhead Ranch."
Mr. W. J. Clement attended with
plans of subdivision of block 62,
map 262.
Two other plans were also submitted of blocks 40 and 41. With
certain amendments to the two latter a resolution adopted that these
be passed.
The question of engaging a night
constable then came up for discussion. There was a strong feeling
in the city in favor of a. constable
to be on duty at .night, and Aid.
Copeland considered the city was
making a mistake in not ..having
one.
- It was decided to appoint a night
constable at once.
A letter from the Provincial
Board of Health in reference to
septic tanks caused some little
discussion on this subject. It was
pointed out that the by-law required that designs of all septic tanks
should be submitted to the city's
medical health officer bfeforfe being
installed. This had not been done
and many-had been put in of a
type which was not approved of by
the health officer, namely, single
tanks without valves-. The matter
had been referred to the provincial
Health officer, Dr. Fagin, who in
his reply stated that septic tanks
fitted with valves were i>y far the
.most acceptable.
For the council to adopt the
valve type of tank would practically
mean to condemn the others, which
it was contended might inflict a
hardship upon people who had
tanks already installed, by compelling them to take them up and put
in others.
No definite action' was taken^ in
the matter.     *
Mayor Sutherland pointed out
that .as Aid. Cox, had been the
building inspector*,' his - retirement,
"would leave the cify wttfiout anyone occupying that position. He
suggested that the city should employ some competent man outside
the counciKwho could give more
time to the work. Shacks were being-put tip all aver the towjn .with-.,
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T»#t Jnytpl^-bfeflig/iubmittedj and
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. 9i» rj Another matter which required
*"■■*" "■ atfe^U^sai^tlji rnayor.^ wa?< the
faci that awners ot; lagcl we'remak*
ing subdivision .plans of their own
and selling ].^®|tbout, submitting
the plans t6*^e?ebWil. The object of thte was. to avoid the increase
of taxes on subdivided lots.
A resalution was passed that Bylaw 97 be reconsidered and finally
passed.
" The meeting then adjourned  to
Tuesday next.
Kelowna's Annual Fall Fair
Fruit and Vegetable Exhibits are Well Represented   -   Big
List of Entries in Fancy Work and Poultry Sections -
Successful Programme of Races
50.95
165.05
120.50
5.95
63.50
14.16
3.84
4.06
21.00
13.98
4.00
3,00
3.00
the frtow or the hoe. The large
variety, of the exhibits, and their
excellent quality, some of them being fit to place in competition at
any agricultural show, bear eloquent testimony to Mr. McKenzie's
industry during his first yearls residence in-the'valley.
A number of plates of fine apples
are also to be seen, the product of
the old orchard which forms pan
of Mr. Mayhew's place. The orchard which was at one time owned
bv Mr. Thos. Murray, was planted
some fifteen years ago, but for
many years had been neglected
owing to the lack of water. Some
of the hardier tress have survived
this rough treatment, and supplied
with abundant water for the first
time by the company's new irrigation system have this year producr
ed a fine crop.
Glenmore's First Fruit
ami    VgflrAtahjp _
Exhibit
A miniature fall fair has occupied
the window of the Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd., during the last
few days, in the shape of a really
fine collection of fruit' and vegetables from their newly developed
subdivision of Glenmore. ■_
7 The vegetables which include
some really fine specimens of corn,
squash, cabbage cauliflower, celery,
potatoes, tomatoes, etc., have all
been grown by Mr. J. S. McKienzte
Whose place not much more- than'
six months ago was covered with
pine brush, and had hever known:$r<nyn   Leghorn, cockerel.,   Scott.
The Annual Fall Fair and Race
Meet held this year under the joint
auspices of the Agricultural and
Trades Association and the Kelowna Racing and Athletic Assoc,
iation and which opened Monday,
has been a distinct advance in
many respects on previous fairs.
Although there are some sections,
notably, cattle, horses and field
produce which did not receive the
attention which, in a prosperous
farming community like this, .-one
would naturally expect, yet in other
branches the entries showed a very
gratifying increase. In fruit and
vegetables there was a very fine
showing, also in flowers and fancy
work. The display of poultry was
not Only better but displayed in a
much more satisfactory way than
hitherto.
Outside the exhibition building
the grounds presented a most animated appearance owing to the
large number of sideshows. A
merry-go-round erected beside the
race track seemed to enjoy the
largest measure of popularity, and
the youngsters had a «great time
with it.
The racing on Tuesday and
Wednesday under the managment
of the new association was greatly
improved.
The thanks of all are due to the
various officers who with no personal advantage to themselves give
their time and energy each year to
make the exhibition successful.
The following ia a list of "prizes
won:
DIVISION 1-POULTRY
-   Judge' T Edwards
Turkey, bronze, male, A D Monsees, Mrs M E Cameron
- ■% ,APli^Wp«w^Cameron.
Ducks, Pekiri,Cfe*nale, A, Weddell,
Barlee
Plymouth Rock, cock, R A Copeland
Plymouth Rock, ben, Copeland
„        I     „    cockerel, Copeland
C A V Butler
„ „     pullet,   Copeland,
Copeland v
White Wyandotte, hen, D McEachern (2nd)
Buff Wyandotte, cock, W Dawson
' (Peachland)
Rhode Island  Red, cock, Master
R O Hall, F A Taylor
Rhode ~ island   Red,   hen,   A   D
Monsees, Master R O Hall
Rhode Island Red,.cockerel, A D
.Monsees (2nd)
Rhode Island, Red, pullet, Master
Hall, Monsees
Langshan, cock, W Dawson
„      hen, Dawson
White Leghorn, cock, T Bulman
„ „       hen, Master Suth
erland, Copeland
White Leghorn, cockerel, Trench,
Bulman
White Leghorn, pullet, Sutherland,
. (   Bulman
Brown Leghorn, cock. W A Scott
„ „       hen, Master Hall,
Scott
Game, an v variety, pullet, Copeland
Bantam, any variety, cock, Weddell
Copeland
,, ,, .,      hen
Copeland
Bantam,    any
Copeland
Hens'   Fresh
variety,
Weddell,
cockerel,
L   Hay,
Hall
Brown Leghorn, pullet, Monsees
Buff Leghorn, cock, Dawson
„ „       hen, Dawson (1 & 2)
„ „       cockerel, Dawson
„      pullet,   A   Weddell
Dawson
Anconas, cockerel, Dawson
Polands.any variety .pullet, Dawson
Hamburgs, hen, Dawson (1 and 2)
Buff Orpington, cock, Dawson
„ „ hen, Dawson
„ „ cockerel,   Trench,
Weddell
Buff Orpington, pullet, Trench,
_ Weddell
Game, any variety, cock, Copeland (1 and 2)
Gome, any variety, hen, Copeland
(I and 2)
Game, any variety, cockerel, Copeland
crjoc;
lees   that  five
k, made by
>.; Dalgleish
rThontpisoh,
6mpson'
Eggs, A
Master R O Hall
Best pen of young birds, 3 pullets
and cockerel
Bulman.   E R Bennett
RABBITS
Pair Belgian Hare3, G Curts, Mst.
Barlee
PIGEONS
Pair Homers,. Copeland, Weddell
Pair Fantails, G DeHart, Copeland
Pair Tumblers, Weddell (1 and 2)
Pair Turbits, Weddell
Pair    blue-winged    swallows,   A
Weddell
Pair Pouters, Master Crowley
DIV. 2-CATTLE
'       Judge:   W.W.Gibson
JERSEYS
.Qui), 2-year-old and over, T Willett
Cow,   3-year-old    and    upwards,"
J E Lvtle
Heifer,  2-year-old  and   under  3,
Blackwood
Heifrr,   I-year-old  and   under  2,
D McEachern '
DIV. 3-DAIRY PRODUCE
Judges: D. D. Campbell and Geo.
McKenzie
Dairy butter, not less than  three
pounds,  in  prints  made  by   the
•exMbitor, Mrs W D Harvey,  Mrs
D W Sutherland
Dahv   butter,  not   less   than  ten
pounds, in tub or crock, made by
exhibitor, Mrs A W Dalgleish, Mrs
Harvey
Dairy   butter, not
pounds, in'tub
exhib.-Mra.-H
Honeysin|u-^
Jf^___nftV__ii__Kl
ebllec^^b^IKfand  jellie*
Cala|ied fruits, skjats, Mrs Paipley
Collection pickles, Mrs McEachern
DIV. 4-_ftOR§ES
Judge: W. Gibson
Clydesdale stallion, R Munson
Coach stallion, Blackwood
Agricultural Class
Brood mare, with foal at her side*
Mrs Cameron, L Rampone'
Roadsters
Sweepstake, Blackwood, Munson
Horse* in Harness
Agricultural team, 2,800, Thompson, Mrs. Cameron
General   Purpose,  team,    2,400,
Blackwood
Roadsters
Trotter, mare. or  gelding, R   H
Parkinson..
Saddle Hone*
Saddle horse 15 hands and over,
Barlee, Butler
Saddle Horse, under 15 hands, H
Dillon
Saddle mare, with foal at side 144
hands and over, Barlee
Boy rider and pony (boy under 14
years), R McDonald (Ashcroft), I
Weddell
Girl rider and pony (girl under 14
years),Misses Barleei Butler, Bulman
Deliverjr^Horses
Best tiirned out dray transfer team,
Thompson
Best   turned   out   single delivery
horse and rig, P Burns and Co.,
D Crowley Co.
Shetland Ponies
Shetland pony, driven in harness,
G DeHart
DIV. 5-VEGETABLES
Judges: A. Treadgold, P. Knippel
Potatoes
Rochester Rose, L Ramponi, Hay
Early Rose, C Osterbaur, M J. Bird
Burbanks, Osterbaur, McEachern
Satisfaction, Ramponi, Bird
Peerless. McEachern
Sutton's Ninety-fold, W A Hunter
Largest, Bird, W Lansdown
New variety not before exhibited,
Monsees, Hunter
Any  other  variety, Harrison. Bird
Best collection, Monsees
Cabbage,     two ' best     summer,
Ramponi, Hay
Cabbage, two best winter, Ramponi
Hunter
Cabbage, two best red, Casorso,
T Swordy
Carrots, shorn horn, G McCurdy,
Swordy
Carrot;, intermediate, Ramponi, T
Swordy
Carrots, long red, Swordy, Casorso
Parsnips, Swordy, Casorso
Beets, long, Swordy,'Casorso
Beets, globe, Casorso, McCurdy
Onions
Yellow Globe Danvers, A Cowan
Casorso
Flat   Danvers, Mrs W H Fleming,
McEachern
Red Wethersfield," Ramponi
Large red globe, C Weeks
White Globe, Ramponi, A Scott
Yellow Pickling, Ramponi
Corn, table, Monsees, Bird
Squash, best two, any variety, Mrs.
Cameron, McCurdy
Squash, best two, Hubbard, Anderson, Reid
Pumpkins, Casorso, P B Willits
Vegetable marrow.Sutcliffe.Casorso
Tomatoes, best   12, Weeks, Lansdown -
Cucumbers, E Barnaby, Weeks
Cucumbers, best dish for pickling,
McCurdy, Weeks
Cauliflower. Casorso
Celery, white plume, F D DeHart
„     winter, Weeks
Citron, A Cowan, Bird
Melons, water, Marty, Monsees
Melons, musk, Bird Monsees
Salsify, Casorso, Bird
Beans, scarlet runners, Copeland,
Lansdown
Beans, bush, Monsees, Casorso
DIV. 6-FIELD PRODUCE
Judges: A^Treadgold, P. Knippel
r        L. Holman (tobacco)
Tobacco, best Havana, J E Lytle
7 obacco, best Spanish (Komstock),
J.Fisher \ t4
Barley, white, Cnsofso        /v-
Peas, field, Casorso /*
Beans, .garden, Casorso^ . < .
Beans, field, A Cowari, Casofto'^^
Turnips, Swede^Refd^Swordy:^ ^
Turnips, 'yellow; Swordy --r*;-4
Mangold Wurtzels, globe, Swordy.
Mangold-Wurtzels, long, red, FE
DeHart, Swordy.
Mangold Wurtzels, medium, Bailey,
Swordy -   v
Sugar Beets, Sutcliffe, Marty
Pumpkins, two heaviest, Casorso.
Squash, largest, Casorso, Swordy
Field corn, Monsees
Carrots, long white. Hay, W Scott
Carrots, red, Swordy
Cabbage,   2   heaviest   heads   for
cattle, F DeHart
Best   collection   of   grasses   and
grains, Reid
Best collection roots for cattle, T
Swordv, Reid
DIVISION 7-FRUITS
Judges: R. M. Winslow. H. Chaplin.
APPLES
Apples for Home Use and Commercial
Planting      ,
Wealthy, J L Pridham. H Hill J Conlin
Mcintosh, W R Barlee,  J  L Pridham,
J McLaughlin (Peachland)
Wegener.   W A Scott   T Bulman  FRE
DeHart
Jonathan,   FRE DeHart,   E A Barnaby
C H Geen
Northern Spy. H Hill, J L Pridham.  L E
Taylor
Grimes Golden, J L Pridham, E A Barnaby,
S C Cosens
Spitzenberg,   Casorso Bro*.,   j Conlin,  J
'"McLaughlin
Yellow Newtown Pippin. H E Dixon, J L
Pridham, C H Geen '
Cox's Orange Pippin.  H B Burtch,  J L
Pridham. C AV Butler
Best collection 5 varieties
J L Pridham, L E Taylor, Mrs W A Lahg
(Peachland)
Duchess of Oldenburg, G McCurdy
Grovenstein, C H Geen, W A Scott .
Maidens Blush, R Munson, J McLaughlin
Alexander, C E Weeks, C H Geen
Wolf River. L E Taylor. H Hill     ■"
Blenheim Orange,   G E Thompson,    0
McLean
Colvert, J Conlin, D McLean
Twenty-ounce Pippin,   R Munson,  G E
Thompson ' /
•Haas, G E Thompson, J L Pridham    :
Snow, J L Pridham, Mrs W A Lang
Ribston Pippin, J L Pridham, L E Taylor
Fall St. Lawrence,   L E Taylor,  South
Kelowna Land Co.
Any other variety,  J L Pridham, L E
Taylor
Pewanlcee, D McLean, G E Thompson
Hubbardston Nonsuch,  L E Taylor, S C
'   Cosens
Ontario, E Weeks, J McLaughlin
Yellow   Bellflower,   G   McCurdy,   South
Kelowna Land Co.
Rhode Island Greening, 1 L Pridham, Mrs
W A Lang
Red Cheek Pippin, S Cosens
Holland Pippin, J L Pridham
Belle de Boskoop, L E Taylor, J Conlin
Akin Red, H B Burtch
Blue Pearmein, Dan McLean, L E Taylor
Winter Banana, W C Blackwood, Geen
Sutton Beauty,   MnME Cameron,   L E
Taylor
Toltnan Sweet, J E Lytic
Seek-no-Further, T Renwick, Casorso
Rome Beauty, J E Lytle
Mann, R Munson, G E Thompson
Salome, Conlin
Stark, J McLaughlin
Canada Red, T Renwick, R Munson
Baldwin, McLaughlin. Munson
Canada Baldwin, T Bulman, DeHart
Golden Russett, Pridhaai, South Kelowna
Land Co.
Roxbury Russet, Casorso
Ben Davis, McLaughlin, McLean
Gano, S. Kelowna Land Co. H Hill
Any  other variety,   winter,
E R Bailey, Casorso
Heaviest twelve apples, same variety,
Geen, H Hill
CRAB APPLES
Florence, Taylot A V Butler
Hyalop, Geen, McCurdy
Transcendent, McLaughlin, Casorso
Martha, S. Kelowna Land Co.
PEARS
Bartlett, Taylor, Pridham
Clapp's Favourite, Pridham. A Anderson
Flemish Beauty, Taylor, S. Kelowna Land
Louise Bonne de jersey, DeHart, Taylor
Clairgeau, Taylor, Pridham
Beuxie d'Anjou, Taylor, W Blackwood
Idaho, Taylor
Winter Nelis, Taylor, A E Anderson •
Howell, Pridham/Taylor <r
Sheldon, Pridham, Taylor ' -':
Lawrence, Pridham
Ducheaae d'Angouleine, Taylor
Beurre Boussock, Taylor, Anderson
Beurre Hardy, Taylor
Fall Butter. Taylor
Vicar of Wakefield, Taylor
Bosk, Taylor
Lincoln, F DeHart
Any other variety', Taylor
Collection of pears, five varieties,
Taylor, Pridham
PLUMS
Lombard, DeHart, Pridham
Coe's Golden Dr6p, G E Thompson, Hill
Yellow Egg, Pridham, Barlee
Pond's Seedling, Taylor, Pridham
Bradshaw, Taylor
Reine'Claude, Pridham, DeHart
Damson, Taylor, McLean
Rivers' Black Diamond, Taylpr a ^   .
Green <3age, Taylor
Grand Dnke, W D Harvey, Goodacre and
Browse (Nahun)
Gueii, Pridham, Mrs Lang
Any other variety, Taylor, Pridham
Collection of three varieties,
Pridham, Taylor
Sugar Prunes, Taylor
Italian Prunes, McLaughlin, Taylor
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Monsees. Goodacre and B^7|(C7
COMMERCIAL ?EXHibfc;H^P^.
APPLES (ooe boi>-
Wealthy, J Qbb +       *
Mclritosh, J ConUn, Gibb
Wegener, Gibb      ^ ^_
Northern Spy, Conlin [2nd] . _ »
Spitzenberg, Conlin ~ .
DIVISION 8-FLORAL      P
(For Amateurs only)    " , T      ]Yy
, Judge: CRWilKaimon.        - ' ^
Begonias, single or double, Mrs LlKoUwr-., ,*■"
Sweet Peas, Mrs Budden, R A Copeland " ""7"
Stocks, Mrs A W Ling ,- >^    ^ J-
Pansiee, F G Davia - \,   /    I . <
Phlox Drummondi. Mrs Budden. PeHwtg-,. __
Verbena^ Davis, E R Bailey. ^     •   ^T j-y
Annuals, Mrs R Jones, Copeland ,.   ~'yj> ^k
Six Roee^ Copeland '' .
Bouquet gt Flowers, Davis
Collection of Roses, named, Mrs Crowley,'
Bailey '•       ~  _.
Collection of Naeturtium*, Copeland, Mrs' 7
HI Hewetson V
Carnations, 12 white, Bailey (2nd)  j
Professionals only ' 1
Collection Greenhou*e Ferti, T W Stitling TA
Carnations, 12 fancy. Stirling (2nd) 'A    ~
Dahhw. 12 fancy, DeH-tft, Sdriinf 7 ^. •„
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Royal Bank May Dou We iU >
Capital   /^'-vr
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.  As a result of the absorption of ',
the Colonial Bank of the- Westi
Indies by the Royal Bank of -Cai]£7
ada it is reported in financial -tiK*    -
cles that the Royal Bank will-7inf -\
crease its authorised capital sfoML. -      . 3
from $10,000,000 to $20,(KK>J)oV yj$
The Royil had 23 branches in>t»t>ta ^i^
West Indies, and the Colonial' had
15.    The combined bati^* - will,
have 200 branches in alt.' *   '
If the capital stock of tha ft^jfol
is increased to twenty millipni; it
will be the largest financial \i.tkp.u- _
tion in Canada, taking tbfe plae$,at
present occupied by the Etuct^ of
Montreal which has $14,400,000
capital stock^tll paid up. ,
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The Royal dank ytftl be ppert"
for business in their newoi$QiW.by
Monday next, October ^^sfe?"
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Thursday, Sept. 28
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The Kelotona Land
and Orchard Co.,
LIMITED.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THE CITY
Cadder Avenue       Abbott Street
Willow Avenue
FIVE ACRE LOTS
WITHIN ONE MILE OF CITY
LIMITS
On Easy Terms
TEN ACRE LOTS
ON THE BENCH
Under Irrigation and Domestic Systems
CALL OR WRITE
K. L. 0. Co.'s Office, Keller Blk.
Sporting Goods
Now is the time to buy your supply of these
goods, while pur stock is new and well
assorted. We have a large range of Shot
Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, and
Hunters'  supplies of all kinds.
PRICES THE LOWEST
THE MORRISON-THOMPSON
HARDWARE Co., Ltd.
i-
JOB PRINTING
If it is an order for Printing you can make no mistake
in sending it to the
Becorti 0iiitt
Seemed to Glee Him a New Stomach
"1 raftered intensely after bating and no
medicine or treatment I tried seemed to do
. any good," Write* H. M. Youngpetem, Editor ol 'TfteSon.'Lake Viewr.Ohio. The
fit»t few doses of Cfaamberbirrt Stomach
and Liver Tablet* gave me »urpri»ing re*
lief and tie second bottle seemed, to give
me a neir stomach and perfectly good
healths   For sale by all dealer*.
fi *,   >.1U
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Digestion and Assimilation
It is not the quantity of food taken but
the amount digested and assimilated that
gives strength and vitality to the system.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets
invigorate the stomach and liver and enable
them to perform their function*, naturally.
For sale by ill dealer*
Town and Country
Capt. Knight returned from his
trip east Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Chittenden returned Saturday from their honeymoon
trip. A reception was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs.
Morrison, ar.
'   Mr. W.B.M. Calder was amongst
the arrivals by Monday's boat.
Misses Pearl and Rubv Elliott
went down to Summerland Friday
to commence the term of ihe Okanagan College.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harvey and
Mrs. Chas. Harvey returned Monday.
The new street sprinkler purchased by the city council came in
last weekend and has already been
made good use of. Its capacity is
750 gallons, and for efficiency in
sprinkling and convenience in
handling has got the old tub "skinned a mile."
The distressing news has been
received that Mr. Daniel Brown,
who with Mrs. Brown left Kelowna
a short time age for their old home
at Dresden, Ont., contracted pneumonia on the jpurney and died
before reaching their destination.
Bandmaster Kendrick, who was
placed on trial last week at Kamloops, was sentenced to two
months' hard labor.
The first anniversary services
will be held in the Presbyterian
church on Sunday, October 15;
conducted by Rev. Prof. Pidgeon,
of Westminster Hall, Vancouver.
Special music is being prepared
for the occasion under the leadership of Mr. J. N. Thompson. Dr.
Pidgeon, who is a foremost speaker
in the Presbyterian denomination,
will also take part at the public
meeting which will be held on the
Monday following the anniversary
services.
The Rev. A. W. K. Herdman
went to Summerland on Tuesday
for a special Presbytery meeting
called to consider . Rev. James
Hood's resignation.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Mawhinney
and Miss Mawhinney returned
from the coast on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira McClure and
child arrived from Penticton on
Wednesday. They are to make
their home for the winter in
Kelowna.
The Kelowna Hardware Co.
have now practically completed
the remodelling of their store and
when the finishing touches in the
way of paint are complete a verv
handsome appearance will be presented, A huge shipment of new
general hardware, tools, etc., has
been placed in stock. The firm
are also, carrying sewing machines,
pianos and organs.
The Farmers' Exchange Co. is
busy at present packing four car
loads of our now famous Kelowna
Jonathans for shipment to Australia.
Mrs. Martin Renshaw has purchased through D. H. Rattenbury
the large cement block house on
Glenn Avenue, from E. L. Clement.
An example of what the Rutland
" hillside " can do in. the wav of
early-bearing trees and fine quality
of fruit is seen in a couple of
plates of fine Jonathans and Wagners from S. Gray's orchard, exhibited in the Central Okanagan
Land Co.'s office. The trees from
which these were taken were
planted only two years ago, but
have the appearance of being much
older, so rapid' has been their
development.
"The biggest and best fair in the
Okanagan" is the visitors' decision
on the Kelowna event.
A " surprise pai ty" is to be
held at the house of Mr. and Mrs.
Curts to-day (Thursday) in honour
ol their eldest son's birthday.
Diarrhoea is always more cr less prevalent during September. Be prepared for it.
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy ia prompt and effectual. It can
always be depended upon And is pleasant
to take.   For sale by all dealers.
SILVERWARE
KNIVES,   SPOONS,   FORKS,
in Steel Silver Plate or Sterling.
Our' stock'and prices  more interesting than ever before.
J. B. KNOWLES,
~Jeweler and Optician,
KELOWNA   -   B.C.
WAS AR ACTOR.
Bernard   Partridge,   "Pqnch's" . Chleff
Cartoonist, Is Versatile.   W
Mr. Bernard Pnrtridsre, who, ever,
since the death of Linley Sunbourne,
has been "Punch's" principal cartoonist, waa at one time an actor as
well as artist; but it isvnow many
years since  he trod  the boards.
His last theatrical appearance took
place sixteen years ago, when he
appeared as a dashing Bulgarian officer in Bernard Shaw's play, "Arma
and the Man."
Like many another artist, Mr. Partridge began to draw when quite a,
child. Drawing was a passion withi
him. He was sent as a pupil to an
Endeil street architect, but found sit.
ting at a desk sueli uncongenial work,
that, though he stood it for suij
months, nt the end of that time be de->
cided lie wasn't built for commercial
life,  aud guve  it  up.
His people were in despair. But
at eighteen, quite "off hi* >>wn bat,"
as the schoolboys say, he uot in with
a firm of designers, and started work
in  roal earnest.
Tlie firm with which he became
connected went in a great deal for
ecclesiastical work, and turned oat
beautiful altar-pieces, stained-glaiu
windows and such-like.
His talent was at once recognised,
and he was given a free hand, and
encouraged to develop on his own,
special lines, and turned oat some,
really  wonderful   things.
At Ryde, Isle of Wight, there is a,
beautiful altar-piec^, which shows the'
style of Mr.^Partridge's w-rk at thia]
time,   while*yet  another, Haver-
stock Hill, bears witness t:.    is talent.
It is just on twenty years since"Mr.i
Partridge became a regular member
of the famous "Punch" staff.
Three weeks before the death of
Mr. Gilbert a Becket he was asked to]
contribute a drawing to "Punch,"1
and when, a short time later, therei
was a vacancy on the staff, he wasj
asked to fill it, and at once accepted.
Mr. Partridge tells an amusing talej
of how he once personally submittedl
soihe of his work to a paper.
The sketches he took were those of
light opera.
The editor at once seized upon one
of them, and exclaimed, with the
greatest conviction: "This isn't a bit;
like Miss Brown!"
"No," said Mr. Partridge blandly.
. "Not in the least!" thundered the-
editor.
But Mr. Partridge kept calm. "Per-.
Imps," he said, "that is because it,
is supposed tp be Miss Smith, and'
not.Miss Brown!"
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Labor Adviser.
It i? doubtful if a better man could
have been selected for the' post of
Labor Adviser to the Home Office
than Mr. D. J. Shackleton, M.P. for
Clitheroe. He has fought his "way
from poverty to his present influential position. At nine years of age he
started work as a half-timer in a cotton mill, and, getting his education
at the local school as best he could
out of working haurs,-he was a teacher by the time lie was twelve with
pupils almost old enough to be his
father. Known in the' House as
"Baby" Shackleton, he is one of the
biggest and brawniest of M.P.'s,
standing well over 6 feet, and weighing 16 st. He has a soft corner in
his heart for "struggles," particul--
larly the. struggling-widow with three,
or four children'to bring up. As he
told Mr. Lloyd-George on one occasion, "It is an easy matter to make
out a budget wIumi you have got the
mbney to budget with, but it would
be a difficult matter for the Chancellor to budget on 15s. or £1 a week."
Disenchanted.
"Until I met yon, Matilda," he
miimured ih a voice husky with emo-.
tion, "I believed that all women we're
deceitful*, but when I look into your
clear, beautiful eyes I behold there
the very.soul of candor and loyalty/'
"George,"  she  exclaimed  with  enthusiasm, "this is  the happiest moment I have known since papa took
me to the London oculist!"     *
" "London  oculist!"
"Yes, dear; you never would have
known that my left eye is a glass
one."
Then the moon went under a
cloud, and George sat down andbiir-
ied his face in the sofa cushion.—'
London Answers.
Real Havanas.
London boasts that it sells the best
cigars. If you go to Berlin the tobacconists .there will tell you that the
finest Havanas conic to Berlin, it
is the same In St. Petersburg, Vienna
nnd Pari?. The cigar dealer of Amsterdam will hand you out six for one
penny and say, "It is. tho finest tobacco in the world." It all depend/,
where you live.
His Father Didn't Know.
A little lad was found on the street
crying very bitterly because his cart
was broken.
The kindly disposed stranger endeavored to chee p the little fellow
by saying, "Never mind, my boy;
your father can easily mend that."
"No, he can't," sobbed the boy. "My
father is a preacher, and don't know
about anything."
Insulting.
"Is it true," said one lady to another, "that at your dance last night
you were the only sober person present?"
"No; of course not," was the Indignant reply.
r,Who was, then?" said the flrsi
lady blandly.
His Friends.
"I -want a room with a fire escape.'*
"But this hotel is fireproof."
"I dOn't cure anything about that.
I want a room  with  a fire escape.
I'm here with my bride, and I have
a whole lot of friends in this town."
A®   Vegetable  Solitude.
"What's the title ol your new book,
-Rltsr?"
"I'm calling it 'Salad For the Solitary'."
"Isu't that a bit staleF   Why not
eaU it 'Lettuce Alone?'"
The City Talk
is not complete until we. tell you of
THE KELOWNA
HARDWARE & SPECIALTY Co.
Here is the store for You, in fact for Everybody
A moat complete stock of SHELF HARDWARE is cerrfced, also
Enamel, Tinware, China, Glass and Silverware and
Kitchen Utensils.
Mail   orders   are   solicited and filled  with
the same care as when customer is present
This store at present enjoys a big patronage, so fall in line and be one of the
'many who like a square deal and know they get it at the above store.   We
sell the best and highest grades of
Engine Gasoline & Coal Oil, at $1.80 a can, $3.60 case
DONT BE  MISLED
We guarantee every article we sell to be as represented, or money  back.
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.
 -_,     Telephone  180	
R. A. COPELAND
S. C. RICHARD; D.VJ5.
Kelowna Livery
AND
HORSE EXCHANGE
A good supply of work
horses, driving and saddle
horsesalwaysYmhand for
sale.
We guarantee every horse
sold as represented.
We are prepared to pay
cash prices for good sound
young stock.
Our Livery is complete. ;
Good horses and equipment-
Phone 25. Leon Avenue, Kelowna.
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GOAL
NICOLA COAL
_ ,..__ Lump_:.-^      _ -._ _._...'._.-_ __L, -__,r _7^__.__
WELLINGTON COAL
Lump -        -
Nut
-^A
$9.50 per ton.
$13.25 per ton.
$12.75 „     „
W. HAUG
Kelowna, B.C.
Phone 66
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MARINE MOTORS
if
A boat equipped with a Roberts motor ia a continual
source of pleasure.T'None of those irritating worries
7   which, in spite of your experience with other makes,
are not inseparable from motor-boat running.
.   A Few Points   .
The Aero-Lite ia. lighter in weight* without any
sacrifice of stability.    It is made of a special alloy,
lighter than aluminum and stronger than cast iron,   "
and with better wearing qualities than either iron
:   ','; x : . - . or steel.
Roberts Motors   Can Not Back Fire
There are many other advantages which we have
not room for here.    Let us show* you.
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J. R. CAMPBELL,
AGENT      -       -       ■      KELOWNA, B.C. ■;.-!---v7*ri
Thursday, Sept. 28
The Orchard Citij Record
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A Reliable
Fountain Pen
for Sckool
Every scholar should have
a Fountain Pen. It is a
modern essential and a
source of endless satisfaction if it is a good one.
It is far more satisfactory
than pencils. Pencils are
dull and the points are
broken just when you
want to use them in a
hurry. You should see
our line of
Big Bear Pens
They are made by the
famous Waterman Com-
" pany and are guaranteed.
Made without useless
attachments 'or complicated"* mechanism. The
one that writes right all
the time.
Price $1.50.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS
C. B. Willits ft lu.
DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS
Kelowna.    B.C.
PHONE 19
J. A.Bi^er
BUILDER and CONTRAaOR
Plans and Estimates Furnished
Residence,   10 Lawrence Ave.
PHONE 95
DAVIES & MATHIE
Ladies' and
Gents' Tailors
PENDOZI STREET'
Repairing and Pressing
cromctlv attended to.
Sutton's Seeds
ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR
Cut Flowers
Carn&tions
Chrysanthemums
Violets
H.  LYSONS
Kelowna.
Greenhouse.
A "Want" ad. in the Record
is a sure dividend-paying
investment.
"Water Act, 1909," and Amend-
ments
NOTICE, is hereby given that the Board of
Investigation, created by Part III. of the
" Water Act. 1909," for the determination
of water rights existing on the 12th day of
March, 1909, intends on or about the I Ith
day of October, 1911, to proceed to adjudicate upon the claims to water from the
following streams in the Osoyoos and
Similkameen Water Districts in tne -vicinity of Kelowna :--
-Mission Creek.
Priest Creek.
Mill Creek.    . ,
Brent or Brant Creek.
. Swamp Creek.
Donaldson'e Creek.
Scottie Greek.
Postill's Creek.
Gulch Creek.
Hydraulic Creek.
Canon or Canyon Creek.
Eight-mile Creek.
North fork of Mission Creek
joe Rich Creek.
i hree-mile Creek.
Spring Creek.
Rocky Creek.
Poplar Creek.
Big Lake.
Unnamed lake at the ; headwaters ' of
Will Greek.
: Unnamed lake at the headwaters of the
South Fork of Mill Creek.   .
Unnamed lake at the headwaters of the
North Fork of Mill Creek.
Unnamed lake near the headwaters of the
North-west Fork-of Mill Greek.
Sawmill Creek.
Six-Mile Creek.
Unnamed lake near the headwaters; of
Sawmill Creek.
First creek running into Mission Creek
trpm the south side (Canyon Creek).
Small creek running through Sec. 22,Tp.
27.        .■■--•
Morris Creek.
Nelson Creek.
Small creek running into Mission Creek,
about three-quarters ef a mile north of
where said creek crosses the south line of
Sec.22.Tp.27.   .
Third Creek.
Acreek flowing east by -north -toward
Kettle River near the headwaters of Canyon Creek.
Canyon Lake.
. Lake situated immediately north-east of
Little White Mountain 'and  south  of Lot
2,925.    •■■''
Unnamed lake situated on one bf .the
tributaries of ndrth fork of Mission Creek
about ten miles from its junction with Mission CreeL    - .
Unnamed Jake situated on one of'the
tributaries of North Fork of Mission Creek,
about eleven miles from its junction - with
Mission Creek. '--._,
Hydraulic Lake at the head of Hydraulic
Creek.-;
Sterling Creek.-
-Canyon Creek Lake.
Fourth Creek.
A stream entering the North Fork of
Mission Creek on the east tide ofthe. valley, and situated about t wo miles below
Ideal Lake.
Twin Lakes.
Turtle Lake.
Watson's Lake.
Bouvette'TCreek.     *
Buchere Gulch.
Wood Creek.
Murray Lake;
"Kenny Creek.
W/dlow Creek.
Jane Springs on Sec 35, Tp. 29.
' aix^mile'Creek.
Cedar-Gulch.
•Bererd Creek.
Second Creek on sec. 16, Tp.°26.
fdaynes Creek.
Cedar .Creek.     ..      •
■SidedoW 3rd Creek.
Victor's Creek.
"Tooth's Creek ori Sec. 34, Tp. 29
Spring Beautiful on West Home 'Farm,
being portions of Sec*. 1,-2, II and 12, Tp.
UNNAMED STREAMS AND SPRINGS
Lake west of Twin Lakes.
Creek, branch of Priest Creek. -
Creek flowing past lot 359 into Prieat
Creek7 ..
Spring in Campbell's Gulch.
Stream on Lot 367. — - ;....--._..__.-
Springron or near Lot 167.
Spring on Lot 358.
Stream ori Lot 129, Group I, Osoyoos.
Spring on lot 141, Group I, Osoyoos.
Creek on Lot 121, Group I, Otoyoos.
Spring on Lot 127, Group 1, Osoyoos.
Lake on N.E. 1-4 Sec. 5, and S£. 1-4
Sec. 8,Tp. 23.
Springs (2) on W. 1-2 Sec. 3, Tp. 23.
Spring on Sec. 20, Tp723:
Spring on Lot 357, Grc up I, Osoyoos.
Lake on Sec. 16, Tp.:23,
Small Lakes (2) on W. 1-2 Sec. 9, Tp. 23.
Lake on Sec. 24, Tp. 23.
Stream on N. 1-2 Sec. 23, Tp. 23.
Spring on Sec. 28, Tp. 23.
Spring on S.W. 1-4 Sec. 11 Tp. 23.
Stream on S.W. 174 Sec. 9, Tp. 24.
Spring on Sec. 6. Tp. 24.
Spring on Sec. 20, Tp. 26.
Spring on W. I-2 Sec. 36, Tp. 26.
Ravine on Sec. 25, Tp. 26.
Spring on Sec. 8, Tp. 26.
Spring on Sec. 9, Tp. 26.
Spring a mile and a half N.E. of the N.
E. corner of Sec. 24, Tp. 26.
Spring ori Sec. 16. Tp. 26.
Spring on S.E. 1-4 Sec. 5, Tp. 26.
Lake on'Sees, 30 and 31, Tp, 26.
Stream on Sec. 30. Tp. 26.
Stream on W. 1-2 Sec. 25, Tp.26.
Spring 3-4 of a mile south or the S. E.
corner of E. 1-2 Sec. 1, Tp. 26.
Lake on N. W. 1-4 Sec. 20. Tp. 26.
Spring on Sec. 24, Tp. 26.
Spring on S.W. 1-4 Sec. 32. Tp. 26;
N.W. 1-4 Sec 29.
Lake on Tps. 26 and 27.
Spring on Sec. 29, Tp. 26,
Spring on Sec. 2, Tp. 27.
Stream on E. 1-2'Sec. 28, Tp. 27.
Stream rising near 1-2 mile post on E.
line of E. 1 -2 Sec. 29, Tp. 27.
Lake on N.E. 1-4 Sec. 24. Tp. 28.
Spring on or near S.W. 1.4 Sec, 25, Tp.
28.
Spring on S.E. 1-4 Sec. 25, Tp. 28.
Spring on S.E. I -4 Sec. 24 Tp. 28, and
S.W. 1-4 Sec. 19, TP. 29.
Branch of unnamed creek on Sec. 34,
Tp.29.
Spring on 'Sees. 19 and 20, Tp, 29.
Spring on S. E. 1-4 Sec. 31, and S. W.
1-4 Sec. 32, Tp. 29. •>
Stream on N. E. 1-4 Sec. 31, Tp. 29.
Stream on N. W. 1-4 Sec. 28, and N1E.
1 4 Sec. 29. Tp- 29.
Spring on W. 1-2 Sec. 29, Tp.v29.
Stream on SE. 1-4 Sec 29. and N.E. 1-4
Sec. 20, Tp. 29.
Spring on S.W. 1-4 Sec. 34, Tp. .29.
Spring near N. E. M Sec, 26, Tp. 29.
Spring ori W. 1-2 Sec 29, Tp. 29.
Stream on W. 1-2 Sec. 29. Tp. 29.
Each arid every person, 'partnership,
Company, or Municipality-having such a
claim is:required-to forward to 'the Chief
Water Commissioner at the Parliament
Buildings at Victoria, on or before the
30th day of September, 1911, a memorandum in writing as -required by section
27 of the said Act as amended. Printed
forms for such memorandum can be
obtained from any of the '-Water Commissioners in the'Province.
Evidence will be taken and arguments
heard at Kelowna, and -notice will be
given of the day on which each creek will
be dealt -with.
Dated at Victoria the 29th day of August. 1911.
: By the Board.
J, F-ARMSTRONG ,
Acting-Chief Water Commissioner.
PROFESSIONAL AND
J      BUSINESS CARDS
BURNE & TEMPLE
Solicitors,
Notaries Public,
Conveyancers, etc.
KELOWNA, :: B.C.
R. B. KERR
Barrister
and Solicitor,
Notary Public.
KELOWNA. ::
THE
MNK0F
165 Branches in Canada,
36 OF WHICH ARE UN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
B.C
C. Harvey. B.A.. Sc. C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S..
and B.C.L.S.
CHARLES   HARVEY,
CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND
SURVEYOR.
Kelowna,   B. C.
Phone 147.
P.O. Box 231
RICHARD H. PARKINSON
BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND
SURVEYOR.
CIVIL ENCINEER
Capital Paid Up
Reserve and Undivided Profit
Aggregate Assets
- $6;200,s000
- ,$7,200,000
- $102i000,000
Savings Bank Department.
Interest allowed on Deposits.
BANK BY MAIL
H. F. REES, Manager.
KELOWNA.'B.G
P.O. BOX 137
KELOWNA
Dr. J. W. Nejson Shepherd
DENTIST
P. O.'BoxWO
•Ptiooe 60
Corner Peneozi Street and
Lawrence Avenue.
Election Final
Returns
At Present Majority for Conservatives Stand at 45
D. W, Crowley Co.
Kelowna
Ltd.
Wholesale ft Retail Butchers
Goods delivered to any part of
the City
We give our prompt attention
to mail orders
Phone 12
PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council haa been pleased to appoint the
Honourable. Albert Edward 'McPhillips,
*_C.C.,~ Presidentwf- the Executive ''Coundl;
the Honourable ^Price Ellison, Minister of
Finance; ChaYlea l^enry"Lugrin,_of the
City - of -Victoria, Esquire; '-and ~ William
Harold Malkin, of the City of Vancouver,
Esquire, to be Commissioners under the
" Public Inquiries iAct" forithe purposeof
inquiring •htto -«iid -reporting upon -the
operation of the Assessment Act, 1903,"
with respect to its practical bearings on
the' financial requirements of the Province.
The said Commissioners will hold their
meeting* on rthe :dates and at the places
mentioned hereunder, namely:—
Vitforia at the. Executive Council Chamber, Parliament Buildings, Monday and
Tuesday, 25th and 26th September, at 10
a.m. At the Courthouse or the Government Office, at the following places:—
. Nanaimo, Wednesday - and Thursday,
27th and 26th September.
Vancouver; Friday  and Saturday, 29th
• arid 30th' September.
New Westminster^ Monday 2nd October,
Revelstoke, Wednesday, 4th October.
Golden, Thursday, 5th October.
Cranbrook, Saturday, 7th October.
Fernie. Monday, 9th October.
Nelson, Wednesday, Mth October.
Rossland, Thursday, 12th October.
Grand Forks. Friday, 13th October.
Princeton, Saturday, Mth October.
Marritt, Monday, 16th October.
Kamloops, Tuesday, 17th October.
Summerland, Thursday, 19th October.
Penticton, Friday, 20th October.
Kelowna', Saturday, 21st October.
Vernon, Monday, 23id -October.
It ia requested that all persons who are
interested in the matter aforesaid, and who
desire to be heard, will not fail to be present at the meetings of the Commissioners.
PRICE ELLISON,
Chairman.
Treasury Department.
13th September, 1911.
COLLETT BROS.
UVERY AND DRAY
Horses bought and sold on commission. Dray meets -all -C.P.'R.
boats. All kinds of heavy team
•work. "Phone 20.
JOHN CURTS
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Plans and Specifications Prepared
and estimates given for publicBuild-
ings.Tov.Ti and Country Residences
JOHN CURTS, KELOWNA
PHONE No. 93
Con.
British Columbia
7
Alberta
1
Saskatchewan.
1
-Manitoba
7
Ontario
72
Quebec
27
New Brunswick
6
Nova Scotia
8
Prince Edward Island
2
Miss   P.
LOUISE
A.T.C.M.
ADAMS,
Scholarohip   Graduate   in. Piano  and   Teacher'*
Courte of Toronto Conservatory of Muric,
Will receive Pupil* for
PIANOFORTE   TUITION
At the Studio,
Lawrence -Avenue, -off-Pendozi Street.
AddreM   -   -   Poit-Office, Kelowna.
MONEY TO LOAN
On-improved pmppierty also 6d*ec securities
G. A.tlBttER
ROOM 4 KELLER BLOCK
Fire, Life, and Aecident
Jhimiranee.
THOMAS. P. HILL
BANKHEAD,
Planting, Pruning, Spraying
Etc.
P.O. Box 174, Kelowna.
W. T. ASHBRIDGE
aVIL ENGINEER
Assoc. Mem. Can. Soc. C. E       Graduate Toronto
University
Waterworks and SeweMf&'^jrttemt. Pumping and
Lict-tmc'PUnt*. Concrete Con-
^stwscuon, etc.
KELOWNA. B.C.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
SHIP
Notice is hereby given that the Partnership between R. W. Butler and R. C. Reed
under the firm named Kelowna Manufacturing Company is dissolved and has been
since June 30th.
(Signed) R. W. BUTLER.
WATER NOTICE
Osoyoos Division, Yale District.
A. J, CLARKE
ARCHITECT
Architectural Work, Designing, Estimating and
Superintending
P. 0. Box 217 Kelotona.
AUTOMOBILE  HIRE
A.'B. BOYER
Wishes to announce that hia Car 4s at the
disposalbftf-o-phbUc  MatoaaMeiM-twyer
hour or per trip.
HARRY WILKINSON
Auditor and Accountant
Books written up and examined.
Balance Sheets, Trading, and Profit
•and Loss Statements prepared.
Systems installed
Kelowna, B.C.
The final returns of last Thursdays election Show the standing of
• the parties to be asfollows :—
Lib.
0
6
9
3
13
36
7
10
2
There are four deferred elections
Gaspe and  Chicoutimi - Saguenay
in Quebec,'Thunder Bay and Rainy
River in Ontario and the Yukon.
For the present the majority for
the conservatives stands at 45.
British Columbia* went solidly
against-reciprocity. Each bf the
seven seats ofthe province returned
Conservative members by 7 large
-majorities. The result was a.Conservative gain of two Beats, Nanaimo and Comox-Adin.
Yale-Cariboo voted Martin Burrell Conservative, into another term
by the handsome -majority of over
1200, over Dr. K. C. McDonald,
Liberal.
Comox-Atlin was one of the two
constkuenoies'in ^British Columbia
the Liberals had-strong hopes winning. The other riding which the
Liberals contended they would
carry was tKootenay -where they*
counted on a measure of Socialist support against the Conservative
candidate.
Borden Elected
There was' for a time some doubt
as to whether Mr. RIL. Borden had
been elected in Halifax, but the
latest returns show that he carried
it by the handsome majority of 203
The mistake evidently arose
through hre name becoming con
fused with that of .Sir-Frederick
Borden, minister of militia, who,
was defeated in Kings County,
Nova Scotia.
The following cabinet .ministers
went-down to defeat:
W.S. FieldJM.. Minister of Finance.
Sydney Fisher, Minister of Agriculture.
Sir?F. W. Borden, Minister of
'Militia.
William Templeman, Minister of
'Mines.
William Patterson, Minister of
Customs.
Geo. W. Graham, Minister of
Railways.
Mackenzie
Labor.
The next stage-in the proceedings after the deferred elections
have been decided will be the formal tendering of the resignation of
his government by Sir Wilfrid Laurier la the Governor-General, Earl
Grev, after which Mr. Borden will
to form a cabinet.
K.LO. Bench Tennis
The dwellers of the K. L.' O
Bench have -recently organized a
Tennis Club, under the title, "The
Bench Lawn Tennis Club,'Tandior
the balance of the season,'have
prepared two earth courts. .v.It is
is expected that two lmore'4*ill be
added next spring, «nd->a'fresh interest added to thegame of tennis
in the district, as there are a 'number of good 'players on the Bench
who are looking forward-next season to matches with the other blubs
of the district.
Last Thursday afternoon, ihe
Club played a team brought -over
from Rutland by1 Mr.'Russell, and
althongh they found the Rutlandero
too strong for them, there were
some -pretty closely contested
games.
The final results -were :-
■Russell and'Harrison (Rutland)
beat Spencer and Tollit &4, 3-6,
r>3, beat Taylor afid L.illington'4-6,
7-5, 6-3, lost to Hill and Case 6-4,
6-2.
Metcalfe and Bond (Rutland)
beat Taylor-and Lillington-6-0, 6-4
beat Spencer and Tollit 6-3, 6-3,
beat Hill and Case, 6-2, 6-3.
Lee and Francis. (Rutland)
Hill and Case, 7-5, 4-6, 8-6,
Spenser and Tollit 6-2, 62,
Taylor and Lillington 10-8, 6-3.
Total: Rutland 8 matches (112
games), Bench Tennis Club, 1
match (83 games).
beat
beat
beat
King,   -Minister   of
CLOTHING
CLEANED.
PRESSED tnd
.REPAIRED
Ladies and Gentlemen,—
For some time past you hive
hsd*o-»end yourwksand fancy
.dresses to Vancouver to kbc
cleaned. Why do this when
you can get-it done right at
?hoii * ? Also Hats, Ties, Fancy
Neck Wear, Eura, -and tiny
(length Glove cleaned for l5c.
Also all small repair* done free
of charge.
Office opposite "Courier" Office.
Detroit Cleaners and Precaers.
R. S. FORD   -  Proprietor
Office Hours:   8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
1, Rosa Casorso, of Kelowna, by occupation a farmer, give notice that I intend on
the 18th dav of October next, at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, to apply to the
Water Commissioner at his office at Fair-
view, B. C, tor a license to take and use
three cubic feet of Water from Summit Lake
a tributary of Sawmill creek, on Lot 2711,
about half a mile north Westerly from the
13th mile post.
The water will be used on S.E. 1-4 Sec.
5, Tp. 26, Osoyoos, for irrigation purposes.
I intend to apply at the  same  time  for
permission to store   160 acre-feet of said
water in a reservoir tat Summit Lake, ait.
uate near the 13th mile Post on Lot 2711.
ROSA CASORSO.
Datad this 16th day of-September, 19II.
Manicuring, Halrdraaaing,
Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage,
Shampooing.
Miss D. E. SIMPSON
Will Call M Re.idei.ee.
Next Sunday is Harvest Festival
at St. MichaelV Church and special
music has been  arranged  for the
occasion.
The biggest and best fair in  the
Okanagan is the visitors'  decision
Leave orders at-MiUmer Store, Keller Block, <on-the-Kelowna event.
PIANOFORTE
MR   HAROLD  TOD BOYD
E-_-h_biti«aer'Royal Collese  of  Muiic snd Ulely
with KendrioV Pyne, Mua. Doc, OrcMtist of the
Cathedrsl, Msncherter, Ens.,
RECEIVES  PUPILS
'AlAe Studio, Trend. Block. KetoVrns.
Music of every description supplied.
New term begins September.        P.-O. Bon 437
Up-to-Date   DRESSMAKING
at Mrs. T. ALLANS.
Prices Moderate.
Bernard Ace.        Phone 86
HOME-SEEKER
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ATTENTION!
Seven acres unimproved fruit
land on bench favored fiom
untimely frosts (has ytkict
right in private ditch), I together-with good milch tijpw,
teamt>onies, wagon, harfiess.
Ciikivatore, seed-drill, small
tools, various household^ifur-
niture, tons of potatoes, Vegetables, hay and fodder, if
taken soon. All for . the
price a promotion company
would ask for the Und.
Terms: Half cash, balance
3 years at 6 per cent, interest
yearly. Other business
quires this sacrifice.
re-
F. CRANE, Rutland, &C. The Orchard City Record.
Thursday Sept. 2
THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD
Published every Thursday at the Office,
Kelowna. B.C.
JOHN LEATHLEY, Editor and Proprietor.
Subscription $1.50 per annum.
To United States $2.00 per annum.
Advertising tales upon application.
McBride on the Election Result
Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of British Columbia, in an interview
given the Associated Press said :
" The result of the election has
proved what many independent
critics have expected within the
last few weeks--that the great silent vote in Canada would be
against reciprocity. This, of course
must be looked upon as proof positive that Sir Wilfrid Laurier had
absolutely lost the pulse of the Canadian people.
" The great victory which Mr.
Borden had achieved means that
Canada is forever done with reciprocity, and that she is more than
ever prepared to continue along
the line of cultivating the home
and Imperial markets, first, last and
all the time. No one can venture
to deny that with the splendid pronouncement that the independent
electorate of Canada has.made our
American cousins more than ever
will have the sincerest regard and
deepest respect for their Canadian
neighbors.
" Mr. Borden may be expected to
give the people of Canada a more
energetic government than that
which has jnst been dismissed, as
well as to strengthen the assurance
that more than ever we have reason to feel satisfied with the great
future whjch lies before the Canadian people. While we have pronounced ourselves a nation within
the Empire, at the same time we
have the right to say that we have
set the seal upon our fixed determination to be in the end the very
nerve centre and mainstay of the
Imperial structure.
" As a Canadian, I would express
the hope that Sir Wilfrid Laurier
may be induced to continue in
public life and to give that service
as leader of the opposition in the
Canadian Parliament which his
long experience and ability easily
command."
IN MEMORIAM
IN   LOVING   MEMORY   OF
MRS. GEORGE  WHELAN
Died September 10, 1911.
Tenderly, tenderly, lay her down
To sleep—for life's dream is o'er.
Sorrow or suffering, care or toil,
Will never reach her more.
Fold her hands lovingly : so.
Ah! Well  have they done their
part;
Bravely, unselfishly, lifted the load
From many a weaker heart.
How they will miss her on life's
rough way;
Those that she treasured so !
Her smile, like a sunbeam, could
gild each cloud ;
But the call hath come to go:
Back to  her  Maker, from  whom
she came.
Utter no sigh or moan.
Lay  the   earth   lightly   over   her
breast,
And leave her there sleeping—
alone.
—A Friend.
NOTICE
Mr. C. E. Adams, representing
the Fidelity Trust and Savings Co.
of Vancouver, fiscal agents for the
British Pacific Coal Co., and the
American Canadian Coal Co. will
be at the Lake View Hotel, Kelowna, until Tuesday and will be
glad to meet anyone interested in
these coal properties.
The first block of stock in the
American Canadian Coal Co. is
now being offered to the public at
20 cents per share for a short time
only.
This is an absolutely safe investment and promises large profits
within a short time.
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 license in
the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
a. The name, address and occupation
of applicant.—Oskar Tress, gardener.
b. The name of the lake, stream or
source.—Joe Ritch Creek, a branch of
Mission Creek.
c. The point  of  diversion.—About 250 I
chains from ita mouth.
d. The quantity of water applied for.
— 1 cubit foot per second.
e. The character of the proposed works.
—Ditch.
f. The premises on which the water is
to be used.—Preemption No. 5,891.
g. The purposes for which the writer is
to be used.—Irrigation.
h.    If   for   irrigation, describe  the   land
intended to be irrigated, giving  acrtv.ge.
Preemption No. 5,891, 160 acres.
i. Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works.—Kor.c
;'. This notice was posted on tli _ 5tl>
day of September, 1911, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on the
5th day of October, 1911.
k- Give the namesand addresses cf any
riparian proprietors or licensees'who or
whose lands are likely to be affected by
the proposed works, either above or below
the outlet.—None above, Chriss Schramm,
and Wm. Preston, below.
OSKAR   TRESS,
Kelowna, B.C.
The  Churches
ANGLICAN
St. Michael and All Angels' Church.
I loly Communion, first and third Sundays in  thc
muii.h al 8 a.m.; second and fourth  Sundays, after
Morning Prayer.
Litany on the firBl and third Sundays.
Morning Prayer at f I 'o'clock ;   Evening  Prayer  at
7:30.
REV. THOS. GREENE, B. A.. Rector. -
As usually treated, a sprained ankle will
disable a man for three or four weeks, but
by applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely
as soon as the injury is received, and ob-
serving the directions with each bottle, a
cure can be effected in from two to four
days.    For sale by all dealers.
Dug Wells v. Drilled Wells.
The importance of a clean wholesome
water supply to the farmer cannot be overestimated. Water is such a constant need
of every-day life, and enters so much into
every domestic and farm operation, that
without a splendid supply life becomes a
burden.
Not only is it necessary to have an abundant supply, but it must be pure. No
precaution is too great to ensure this purity of the domestic water supply, fer the
health of the entire family depends   upon
it-
The location of the well should be
chosen with care, and above all it sliould
be drilled. The dug well is a source of
danger, uncertain in its supply, reeks with
germs of typhoid and other fevern, re-
quires cleaning for dead mice, rats, etc.,
annually, and surface drainage can never
be cut off.
The drilled well cuts off snrface seepage
is reliable in dry weather, often (lows,
needs no cleaning, the casing excludes all
living animals and insests. There is no
danger of anyone falling in, it can be put
down at the back of the house, nnd is
rapidly sunk to any depth necessary, and
you need not wait for the water to settle.
It is much cheaper than a dug well, and
more certain in its results.
Mr. G. M. Dyei, of the B.C., Drilling and
Dredging Co., is at present in Kelowna
with an up-to-date portable steam well-
drilling outfit, and will be glad to receive
any enquiries. The cost is small, compared with the great advantages. No trouble
to call and inspect location and give
estimates. —
Address correspondence tb G. M. Dyer,
Kelowna, B.C.
PRESBYTERIAN
Knox Presbyterian Church, Kelowna;
Morning Services at 11 a.m.; eveningservireeat 7:30
p.m.    Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.
Weekly Prayer Meeting on Wednegduyu al 8 p.m.
Benvoulin Presbyterian Church.
Afternoon nervice at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m.
REV. A. W. K. HERDMAN. Fa.tr,,.
METHODIST
Kelowna Methodist Church.
Sabbath Service at i I 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.. Pa-tor,
J. M. CROFT
Bootmaker.
All kinds of Repairs
BERNARD AVENUE, „
KELOWNA.
20fh CENTURY SHOE
Next door to Crowley's  Butcher  Shop
Bring'your old comforts and
have them fixed up as good
as new.
~  BAPTIST
Kelowna Baptist Church, Ellice St.
Sabbath Servicesat 11 a.rrr. and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 a.m.   All welcome.
Wed . 7.30. Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pnstor.
GREAT WEST
Woven Fence
THE BEST FENCE MADE
Prices given for fences erected complete
Agent:
A. E. CLARKE, Rutland.
Agent also for the famous
"DUXBAK"   ROOFING
a dnrable and efficient covering.
Agent for Okanagan
-   Laundry.   -
Boiivette's Livery
New Premises:
Next to FIRE HALL
Careful and prompt attention
to all orders for
LIVERY, EXPRESS
and DRAYING
Rigs for Hire turned out in
good style.
Lodges
MODERN  WOODMEN  OF
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 convenient same may be left at the shop of Messrs.
Crowley  Co ; Ltd.
RESTAURANT.
Good mealsto be had.
Closes Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 9 p.m.
Misses Laidlaw.
Corner Water St. and
Lawrence.
ICE FOR SALE
Delivered anywhere in town
1c. per lb.'
_4pply
A. R. Davy,
Phone 137
"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.
Applications for tickets or for further information should be made to the secretary, Room I, Keller Block, or P.O. Box
275, Kelowna, B.C.
KELOWNA-WEST BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted to Any Point
oh the Lake'
Ferry to Bear Creek every Friday.
E. E. HANKINS0N.
P.-O. Box 70.
^hone No. 108.    Resid. "Phone, 105.
G. H. E. HUDSON
Landscape and
Portrait
Photographer
Largest Studios in the Interior
Portraits by appointment.
Pendozi Street
Smith Street
Kelowna
Penticton
msm
Ladies* New Fall Coats and Suits
Fine  Tailored.     Made  in  Scotch  Frieze  and All-Wool Broadcloths.      Latest styles.      Moderately  priced.
Children's Sailor Dresses
Also Blue Serge with Kilted Skirts,    aist Trimmed, with white military and
black silk traid.    SiZes, ages Six to Twelve.
Children's Sweaters & Sweater Coats
Fine   all-wool WELL   KNIT. Good assortment of colours.
TOQUES   TO   MATH.
Dress Goods
to suit Everybody from a fine silk Evening
Dress to the heavy mix tweed suitable for
walking or riding liitf. pare a few minutes
and look over this range of  Dress Goods.
Our   Fall  Blankets,  Comforters,  Bed
Spreads and Sheeting
dandy down-filled    omforter,    Special $4.50.    Wool Blankets
from a $3.50 heavy wool to the finest fleece wool blanket made
Bed    preads   and  Sheeting.     A showing of   our range will
convince you that price and quality are right.
New Designs
in Ladies' and Gentlemen's Balh Robes. A nice
soft, warm Blanket Cloth Rob« in several colours
for men and a warm Eiderdown Robe trimmed
with silks to match for ladies, also eiderdown by
the yard ir, RED, BLUE, WHITE and CREAM.
Figured and Plain.
Style Book Free
We shall   be  glad to send  you the latest edition of
"DRESS"
A magazine for men, illustrating and describing all the '
New    20th- entury   Brand   Styles
for Fall and Winter 1911-12.
Twenty-one   suit   and  twenty-two overcoat
styles are illustrated in this handsome little
book.    It  will  help  you  in  choosing   your
fall and winter clothes.
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Phone 22
LEQUIME BROS. & Co.
Established 1850.
Phone 22 • ,->^
flyiraclatj, Sept. 28
Orchard City Record
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PHONE 150
DALGLEISH & GLE
IMPLEMENTS
FOR THE FARM
AND  ORCHARD
We" carry only the best lines of these goods, which will give
you satisfaction every time.
Buggies,    Wagons,   Democrats,   &c,
to suit all purchasers.
AUTOMOBILES
a
The Mighty Reo "
has demonatrated its reliability and general- efficiency times
without number,  and you cannot go  wrong  in investing
in this make.
The I.H.C. Roadster
is without doubt the  car for  the  farmer.    Easy to handle
and -always . ready.    The price, too,  is moderate.
Come and let us show you.
AUTOMOBILES  FOR  HIRE
a  •
FEED
.   Hay,   Oats,   Bran,  Wheat,   Barley,  and,,Oat   Chop-
DALGLEISH & GLENN,
Dealers in Farm and
Orchard Implements
Pendozi St. and Lawrence Avenue.
R. C. REED
x     Phone 118.-
Kelowna Manufacturing
Company
m>
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Vlmi hao* a lar6e consignment of the latest lines of
Picture Moudings JUST I RI.
Now is your time to get all tjour Picture Framing
done, at prices that DEFY COMPETITION.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Office Phone, 85
Situated within one half mile of town, Mid being
about loo feet above the lake, it command* a beauti-
ful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.
Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water-
Close to Town and Market
There U only one QLENMORE. Don't miaa the opportunity of- selecting a few ecrea of thi* desirable
property.'
If you with a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and we will
'      show you our sub-division
WOODLAWN  «
Just four blocks from the centre of tho town.    Pricea low.   Terms-easy,
monthly, payment* if to desired.
Fire Iiwurance
We represent only the' beat board companies.
The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.
KELOWNA. B.C.
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- Provincial atid General News -
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Mr. C. S. Stevens, president of
the, Summerland Libera) Association, says the .''.'■ Review,",;had declared that- if his party were
defeated, he would give Q N.
Borton a ride down town in a
wheel-barrow. Latest arrangements
are that this is to be pulled off
Thursday afternoon, which, being
a holiday, will give everyone an
opportunity to witness the event.
If any dependence can be placed
in rumours not officially confirmed,"
Summerland is likely soon to have
a CP.R. telegraph office. It is
known that the company have
promised to put in a commercial
line extending from the main line
to Vernon, and it is now stated
that this will be continued down
the west side of the lake, via
Peachland, Summerland and Penticton. This line will do doubt
connect wifh the wires of the
Kettle Valley Railway.
—Summerland Review.
The Colonial Bank, a strong financial institution with head office
in London, and with fifteen
branches in the West Indies, where
its operations are chiefly carried on
has been absorbed by the Royal
Band of Canada.
A report from Seattle says the
Grand Trunk Pacific system will
soon build three turbine steamers
to add to its fleet. The steamers
will be built in England, for use on
the Puget Sound runs between
Seattle, Vancouver and Victoria
and the Portland Canal.
A ten-pound swimming machine
that may be packed into a suit
case is the invention of a Frenchman.
A Duluth report states that the
price of,wheat rose four cents at
the opening of the market last
Friday,, influenced by Canada's
defeat of reciprocity.       y'.."~.
The discount rates of the Banks
of England, France, Belgium and
Austria, were advanced Thursday
last, the directors explaining that
they took the step in order to
protect their gold receipts. In spite
of this explanation, however, it is
believed that the chaotic condition
of finances in Germany is responsible for the advance in the discount rates among the powers. It
is generally feared that millions of
marks in German government
notes will be defaulted upon,   c
The department of Agriculture of
Saskatchewan have issued a .warning, respecting the shortage of coal.
The announcement states that if a
shortage of coal such as occurred
in the winter of 1906-7, is to be
avoided, it is necessary that the
people of Saskatchewan, - farmers
and townspeople alike, secure
some of their winters supply of
coal now and some more before
the cold weather sets in. The department has investigated the situation both in Saskatchewan and at
the lake front, and is prepared to
answer any enquiries as to available supplies, freight rates, etc.
This year, to date, 116,000 BriN
ishers have emigrated to Canada.
A Naples leport says that a ter-
riffic storm has swept the Vesuyian
district causing great loss of life
and damage to property. Twenty
persons are known to have been
killed while the fate of whole families is in doubt. 1
_ <
Dimitry Bogroff, the assassin of
Premier Stolypin, at St. Petersburg,
was tried by court-martial, and sentenced to death by hanging. Bogroff shot Stolypin a couple of weeks
ago during a gala performance at
the opera, and the premier succumbed to the wound. The death
perialty was duly carried out on
Monday, Septen_ben25th.
A series of explosions following
a fire on board the French battleship Liberie wrecked the vessel
and caused the death of over 300
men.
Scheme to Revise
Calendar
Bill Introduced into British
House of Commons
" I have a world of confidence in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I have used it
with perfect success" writes Mrs.' M. I.
Basford, Poolesville, Md. For sale by all
dealers.
Sir Henry Dalziel leader of the
Ultra-Radicals in the British House
of Commons, the father of the bill
which aims at giving Scotland local
self government, has just prepared
a bill to alter the calender. This
bill, known as the Fixed Calendar
Bill, contains some novel features.
As the memorandum which accompanies it explains, the bill proposes
to substitute for the present irregular calendar a fixed calendar having regular periods, of which the
week is the common measure.
In this, as in other features, it
differs from the Calendar Reform
Bill, introduced in the House of
Commons in 1708, but which never
got beyond the second reading
stage. That bill sought to make
the months as uniform in length as
possible, but as a difference in this
respect .is unavoidable in a year
with twelve months, it is thought
better to increase that difference so
as to allow of the week being a
common measure of all months,
this arrangement makes it possible
for each month to begin on a Sunday and end on a Saturday.
A table giving the proposed fixed
calendar shows that the months of
January, February, April, May,
July,. August, October and November would each consist of twenty-
eight, days, while the remaining
months, of March, June, September
and December would each have
thirty.five days. "New Year Day"
is7set apart, thus bringing the
total of days up to the requisite
number of 365, while, for Leap
Years a special day is set apart .as
"Leap Day," which is to be interpolated between the last day of June
and the:first day of. July, as :r<escon-
stituted by the-bill..,    ' -'
A clause in the bill lay*
that the; New Year Day and
Day shall neither be accounted
days of the week, and shall not except where sheciallv mentioned or
provided for, be held to be included in any computation of days, but
shall otherwise be public and bank
holidays. The conditions of labor
on thece two days and the remuneration therefore,' under the bill,
would conform as far as possible
to what prevails on Sundays. A
fixed date, April 15, is selected for
Easter Day.
Finally, the bill, if passed by parliament, win not uceome operative
until the governnent decides that
sufficient international concurrence
has been secured.
For bowel complaints in children always
B've Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
iarrhoea Remedy and Castor oiL it is
certain to effect a cure and when reduced
with water and sweetened is pleasant to
take. No physician c*n prescribe a better
remedy.' For sale by all dealers.
Pictures & Picture Framing
We make a strong feature of this department, and can show
you some attractive goods. We select carefully the most
artistic and tasteful productions, and keep in hand an
extensive collection.
Water-Colours,    Hand- Reproductions
, 1   hi by aH the
Coloured    -photogravures.        Best Processes
You will find pleasure in looking over our stock.
A Good Picture
ri
by a Bad Frame
Let us frame your pictures in first-class style from our
extensive stock of mouldings. /The.cost is very reasonable
and we can guarantee satisfaction.
Kelowna Furniture Company
This STORE'S POLICY
is to represent goods exactly as to their quality ; to
sell to those who.know and to those who don't
know values at a uniform fair price; to fulfil all
guarantees and cheerfully correct all mistakes; to
deserve your confidence by always giving you
A SQUARE DEAL.
We live up to Advertisement.
W.   M.   PARKER   and   Co.,       Watchmakers and Jewellers,
Bernard Avenue   -   -   KELOWNA
Fashion decrees  pearl  ear-rings  this fall.       WE   HAVE  THEM.
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Etc.
Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited
FINE BUILDING LOTS
In Marty Subdivison on Pendozi Street, with building
restrictions,  size 68x121,
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.
1    ' -"V&
•>l
p.
& Co., Ltd.
Wholesale'. eukJ Retail
MEAT MERCHANTS
Fresh Meat Daily
Full supply of Hams and Bacon
Fresh Fish in season
rW&s The Orchard Gity Record
Thursday, Sept. 88
PICKLING GOODS
In order to make sure that your pickles will turn
out satisfactory, it is necessary to use only the
best Vinegar, pices, etc. We have place d in
stock for the season's use the highest grade of
APPLE CIDER, WHITE WINE, and MALT
VINEGAR, andstrictly pure Pickling Spices.
Our prices on these Superior Quality
Goods are low too
Pure Apple Cider Vinegar  - 75c gal.
Pure White Wine Vinegar - 75c gal.
Pure Malt Vinegar      -        - 75c gal.
Pure Whole Pickling Spice - 35c lb.
Pure Whole Celery Seed     - 35c lb.
Pure Whole Mustard Seed  - 35c lb.
Pure Whole Cinnamon        - 35c lb.
Maple Leaf Tea
Packed especially for us,
quality guaranteed
♦     40c and 50c per lb.
Java and Mocha
Coffee
Our own special blend, guaranteed to be the best-in town
50c per lb.
PreservingSealers
of all kinds at very low
prices
Preserving Fruit
Prunes, Plums, Pears,
Crab Apples, etc.
Bring or send us your orders
We can save you money and give you satisfaction
K. F. OXLEY
Phone 35 Phone 35
m
WANTED!
Kelowna's Fall Fair
Continued from Pa»e 1
2 Cents per word, first insertion and
1 Cent per word each subsequent
insertion, minimum 25 Cents.
LAUNCH FOR SALE
Brand new, ! 7ft. 6 h. p. double-cylinder
Robert's Motor, has every convenience.
Satisfactory a speedy boat. Will be sold
cheap. Apply, J. R. Campbell, P. O. Box
160, Kelowna. 38l.f.
HAY FOR SALE
First-class  Timothy, in  large   or small
quantities. Apply P.-O. Box 236, Kelowna.
41-4
WANTED
A number   of   pupils   to   join strictly
private Dancing  class.     Dancing taught.
Apply P. O. Box 185,  phone 120. 42t.f.
FORSALE
Barber Shop.    Good position.    Owner
leaving   for  coast.    Also  Helper wanted
Saturday nights     Wm. Schaaf, Penticton,
B.C. 43-44
WANTED
Servant, with experience in cooking and
general housework, for small family. Apply
F. A. Taylor. 45
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership heretofore subsisting between the
undersigned, under the firm name of
Harvey & Moorhouse, Civil Engineers and
Land Surveyors, has this day been dissolved. All claims against the partnership
must be sent in within one month of this
date, either to Charles Harvey, C. E., Kelowna, B.C., or to Bernard A. Moorhouse,
C. E„ Penticton B. C.
Dated at Kelowna, B. C, the 19th day
or August, 1911.
Witness:
R. B. KERR.    CHARLES HARVEY.
B. A. MOORHOUSE
SITUATION WANTED
Respectable man   desires  situation    as    Night
Watchman, or place of trust.   Apply Box J, Record Office. 44
ROOMERS WANTED
And Private Boarders.   Apply Mrs. Jarvis, Elli;
Street. 44
FOR SALE
Horse, 5 years old, good rider and driver,  gentle
and iri good condition.   Will be sold cheap. Apply
P.O. Box 314 or Phone 114. 44
Having completed fencing 200 acres Knox's Hill,
wilt take in a limited number of horses to pasture at
$2 per month.    Enquire Rembler Paul. 44-46
MILK COWS FOR SAI..E
These are first-class stock, specially selected fo>
the dairy business. Fresh stock on hand. Also
young pigs, fine pedigreed Berkshires. Also dry
cordwood, delivered to any address. Book your
orders early. Apply R. E. Harriss, Hawksdale
Ranch. 44tf
SITUATION WANTED
Young lady desires situation as general household
help.   Apply P.O. Box 229. 44-5
The People's Store
Phones:  Grocery, 214    Dry Goods, 314     Office, 143
Going Shooting?
„/"
A few days in the woods or on the hills
will do wonders for your health and also
for your appetite.    Before you go let us
outfit you with a grub stake.
Nice Streaky Bacon
Brown or white Beans
Rich Flavory Coffee
Good  Pungent Tea
Canned  Meats and Fish
Meats in Glass
Coffee Essence or Condens'd
Coffee and  Canned Cream
Good Bread and Butter
Pickles  Sweet or Sour
Fresh Fruit, Dried Fruit,
Canned Fruit
Jam and Marmalade
Flour, and  Baking Powder
Maple Syrup,
And everything elae that you will need to make you satisfied with
life when on your trip. v
Not forgetting 'Pancake Flour for flap-jacks.
Get your outfit and beat it to the hills as soon as the Fair is over.
THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.
Headquarters for the Economical Buyer
J Display Alters, DeHart
,,      Chrysanthemums, Stirling
Sweet Peas, DeHart
Bridal Bouquet, DeHart
Gentlemen's Buttonholes, DeHart, Stirlii g
D1SIVION 9- FANCY WORK
Amateurs Only
Judges :   Mrs Lang (Peachland), Mrs S T I
Elliott. .     '
Honiton lace, Goodacre and Browse,   Miss
M J Blake
Battenburg lace, Miss J Mearns,   Mrs G A
McKay
Knitted lace,   Mrs J G Edwards,   Mrs D
McEachern
Tnttincr, Miss M J Blake, Miss D E Reid
Set   of   crocheted  mats (coarse), Mrs Edwards, Mrs McKay
Drawn work, Mrs McKay,  Miss Mearns
Hardanger work, Miss Mearns
Outline in silk, Mrs Copeland
Initials or monogram (on linen), Mrs W D
Harvey, Miss L Cummins
Embroidered  table cover (linen), Mrs G F
James, Mrs Copeland
Hemstitching on linen,   Mrs W D Harvey
Miss L Cummins
Embroidered  centrepiece (linen) Mrs J G
Edwards
Embroidered sideboard scarf Oinen), Good-
acre and Browse
Embroidered table d'oyleys, Miss DE Reid
Embroidery, ribbon. Miss I Hensman, Miss
J Mearns
Embroidery,  cut work, on  linen cloth or
leather, Mrs G F James
Embroidery,   shadow   on   blouse (white),
Mrs  Harvey, Mrs J A McKay
Embroidery,  eyelet, on  blouse or centrepiece, Mrs Tutcher, Mrs Edwards
Embroidery, Wallachian, Mrs McKay, Mrs
Copeland
Mount mellic work, Mrs Tutcher
Sofa pillow, Mis Tutcher, Mrs Copeland
Tea cosy Mrs Suthei land, Mrs Lloyd-Lones
Toilet mats (embroidered  or  crocheted),
Mrs W A Scott
Pin Cushion, Miss Reid, Mrs Lloyd-Jones
Handkerchief case, Mrs. Harvey
Lady's hand-bag,  for work or shopping,
Mrs Prowse
Child's   smocked   frock,   Mrs   Anderson
(Summerland), Miss Cummins
Best coronation braid work, Mrs Renwick,
Mrs McKay
Best novelty of any kind, Mrs Harvey, Mrs
McKay
Best    pyrography   on   wood   or   leather,
Wilfrid Philp, Mrs Copeland
DIV. 10 - KNITTING, SEWING,
WOOL WORK, &c.
Judges :   Mrs. Lang,' Mrs. S. T. Elliott
Plain   hand   sewing,   Mrs   Harvey,   Miss
Cummins
Buttonholes on linen, Mrs Sutherland, Mrs
Harvey
Cotton Shirt, Mrs Monsees
Cotton  night-dress (fine), Mrs J Curts
Knitted wool scarf or shawl, Mrs Edwards,
Mts Monsees
Knitted or crocheted  wool slippers, Mrs
Reid
Knitted or. crocheted   infant's jacket, Mrs
Edwards, Mrs Reid
Knitted   mitts,  wool,   Mrs   Harvey,  Mrs
Monsees
Hooked mats, Goodacre and Browse
Best bed spread, any kind, Mrs Edwards,
Mrs Monsees
DIV. U-WORK DONE BY CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS
Judges: Mrs. Lang, Mrs. S. T. Elliott
Initial or monogram, embroidered on handkerchief, Miss Harvey
Outline work on linen or cloth, Miss
Fletcher '
Best piece of embroidery (any kind),
Miss Haug
attempt was made but Pete again
proved the wiruner, Sam being evidently confused by the crowd.
Boys' Pony Race ; |.H, Dillon's
Rilev; 2 Raymer and Renshaw's
Lady; 3 C. PfyfFer's Stella.
Polo Pony Race: 1 Lambly's
Colonel, 2 Heather's Towser, 3
Pyman's Paddy.
WEDNESDAY'S RACING
The opening of the second day's
j racing was marked by an unfortunate accident. One of the entries
in the Free fbr All, Texas Rooker,
owned by Rolston and Wilkinson,
of Vancouver, tripped and fell,
breaking his leg, just before the
fust heat. The animal, which was
one of the most valuable on the
course, had to be shot.
The other two entries finished
the. race in three heats, Buller"s
Topsy M being first each time,
»vith Cable's Explosion second.
The fastest time made was 2.25.
The Harness Race was decided
in two heats, Stetson's Cora Brown
being first each time, Glenn's
Charlie Fuell, taking second place.
Fastest time 2.35
_^ One Mile Dash : 1 McDonald's
Elodia B, 2 Chillihitchie's Firirifoot,
3 Alford's Josie S.
Half-Mile Dase: 1 Cable's Maz-
dah, 2 McD'ougall's Maud S.
Polo Pony Race: 1 Lambly"s
Colonel, 2 Pyman's Pinkie, 3
Heather's Towser: time 58 sees.
A Three-Quarter Mile Dash was
arranged between Elodia B, Melar,
Senator Warner and Josie S, for a
purse of $100, resulting in an easy
win for Senator, with Melar second.
Consolation Race: I Nellie
Racini, 2 Annie Kerina, 3 Josie S.
List of special   prizes  left  over
until next week.
TUESDAY'S  RACING
Judges:- Martin O'Brien, Vernon,
Jas. Bowes, Kelowna.
G. F. Guernsey^Penticton.
Starters:- Mr. Jenkins.
J. B. Stetson, Vancouver.
Free tor all. Four horses entered
but Stetson's Cora Brown did not
run. First heat, I Copeland's Bessie
R, 2 H.M.C., 3 Red Ball, time 2:25.
Second heat. 1 Red Ball, 2 Bessie
R, 3 H. M. C, third heat, 1 Bessie
R, 2 Red Ball, 3 H. M. "C, fourth
heat, 1 Bessie R, 2 Red Ball, 3 H.
MC.
Green Trot. First Heat, Glenn's
Charlie Fuell, 2 Mollie, 3 Cope-
lands Long Bolt, time-2:48. Second heat, I Charlie Fuell, 2 Long
Bolt; time 3.06.
Five-eights mile dash. This was
an exceedingly close race with nn
exciting finish. A good start was
made after some trouble and the
horses kept abreast all around the I
course, finishing I Melar, 2 Aakol-
nnta, 3 Senator Warner; time 1.5  J
The  Half-Mile Open, in heats,;
drew three entries, the first heat!
resulting in  1  Don E, 2 Auburn-
dale [Casorso's], 3 Annie Kerina;!
time 51 i   Second  heat, 1   Annie:
Kerina, 2 Don E, 3 Auburndale,'
The winner of the second heat was >
afterwards   disqualified,   it   being
discovered   that   he   was   riding
short weight. '        I
A   novelty   was   introduced  at
this  point  in  the  way of  a dog
race; which created no little amusement,     There were two entries—
Clayton Fraser with his collie Pete,
and Lome Leman, with Sam, who
has a dash of greyhound in him.
The dogs were hitched to miniature home-made trotting  carts in
the regulation way,     At the signal.
to  go   Pete  trotted- off  .with  an7
evident enjoyment of the fun, but,
Sam proved refractory and jumped i
out   of   his   harness, leaving   his
driver  in  the  dust.    A  second
TOR SALE
Good Becond crop of Hay, well cured.   Delivered
or in stack.   Apply A. Patterson, Benvoulin.
44-5
City of Kelowna
Board of SCHOOL TRUSTEES
TENDERS FOR WOOD.
Separate tenders will be received fay the undersigned on or before Thursday, October 5th, 1911,
for supplying 75 cords of green fir or pine, 25 cords
of dry fir or Cottonwood, and 50 cords of dry 20 inch
pine or cottonwood. Same to be delivered and
piled at the School building.
The lowest or any tender not  necessarily   accepted.
G.H.DUNN..
Secretary.
Kelowna, B.C.,
Sept. 27th. 1911. 44
City of Kelowna
APPUCATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF .
BUILDING INSPECTOR     .   'Ay "y
Applicetions for the position of Building Inspector
for the City of Kelowna will be^-received by the undersigned up to October 7th, 1911. .'■-.".
Particulars of duties, etc., may be obtained from
the City Clerk.
Applicants must state amount of remuneration
desired. .'■-•'.
G. H. DUNN,
City Clerk.
Kelowna; B.C.,
Sept. 27th, 1911. 44-5
PUBLIC HIGHWAYS.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Notice is hereby given that all Public
Highways in unorganized Districts, and all
Main Trunk Roadsi n organized Districts
are sixty-six [661 feet wide, and have a
width of thirty-three [33] feet on each side
of the mean straight centre line of the
travelled road.
THOMAS TAYLOR,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., |uly 7th. 1911.
S. GRAY
Portrait
Photographer
Studio open,
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday.
Arrival of
NEWFALLQ08BS
We are now receiving daily
Large Shipments
OF
New Goods
JUST RECEIVED-
The very Latest Novelties
New Velvets .
and Velveteens
New Tweed Dress Goods
New French Delaines
New Dress Silks
New Trimmings
New Lace Allovers
New Allover Nets
New Ribbons       _
New Lace Collars
New Jabots,
&c,   &c.
We invite your inspection of
these goods whether you
purchase or not. Call in and
see the very latest novelties
as shown in New York. Montreal and Toronto.
The Kelotona
Outfitting
Store
W. B. M. CALDER
Proprietor.
WATER NOTICE
Osoyoos Division, Yale District.
I, John Casorso, of Kelowna, by occupation a Farmer, give notice that I intend on
the 18th day of October, next, at eleven,
o'clock in the forenoon, to apply the: Water
Commissioner at his office at Fairview, B.
C, for a license to take and .use. Three
cubic feet of water per second from,Summit Lake tributary to Sawmill .Creek', on
Lot 2711, about half a mile north westerly
from the 13th mile post.
The water will be used pn the N. J of
Sec. 5, Tp. 26J- Psoyoos, lor: irrigation purposes.   • y.Ay^'Ay':.''   ' ":'r  ..'Ay.-  ■;
I intend to apply at same time for per:
mission to .'store-320 acre-feet of .the scud
water In a re«*rvbir at Summit Lake situate near the 13th mile post on Lot 2711. :
■"■" V~~     JOHN CASORSO.
Dated thia 16th day of September, 1911.-
OPERA HOUSE
ONE  NIGHT
Tuesday, Oct. J3rd
Rowcliffe Block
Beautiful
Scenic   Production
of
li
With a splendid   cast, including
the
Smallest Child Actress
in the World
Greatest Play Before the Public
Powerful and Impressive
»
1
Seats on sale  at  Crawford's.
Ju-

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