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VOL. 4.   No. 10.
PENTICTON. B.C., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1909.
.00 Per Year In Advance
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
liSTAULISHLD 1867
b. e. walker, President. I Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Alexander Laikd, General Manager.  Reserve Fund,    -    6,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England.
SAVINGS    BANK    DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at
current rates.     Accounts may be opened in the names of
two or more persons and withdrawals made by
any one of them or by the survivor.
Penticton Branch
J. J. HUNTER, Manager.
I BIG   BLANKET   BARGAINS .
^                                   Quality and Price considered, we have *.
J                                   the   best    blanket    values   in    town. J
J                THERE'S   A   REASON [
IOur blankets are purchased dirnct from the woollen mills and we save *
the wholesalers' prolit. t
YOU GET THE BENEFIT f
*    Fine All Wool Blankets, white, finished single, fi lbs., per pair... $9.00 ��
1                              "              7                        ....   7.75 1
f                                               7                        ...    7.00 f
f                "          '���           "       grey, finished double 7 lbs., per pair    6.00 f
Pinp Mivnrl Wnril  RlsinkntK    crrpv     rlnnhlp.               K            "                                5.00 g
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^ THERE'S   A   REASON
\    Our blankets are purchased dirnct from the woollen mills and we save   *
the wholesalers' prolit.
YOU GET THE BENEFIT
��    Fine All Wool Blankets, white, finished single, fi lbs,, per pair $9.00
               '���             7           "          .... 7.75
7           "           ... 7.00
"          '���           "       grey, finished double 7 lbs., per pair.... 6.00
!    Fine Mixed Wool Blankets, grey, double,          8        "       "    .... 5.00   *
"                       "        white, double,          ti        "       "    .... 4.5o
Largest size Flannelette Sheets, per pair  2.00
PILLOWS, $1.50, $5.25, $3.50 and $5.00 per pair.
��    Ten per cent. Discount off these prices for cash
j      C. A. C. STEWARD,   Phone 9.      j
THE PENTICTON SADDLERY CO.
peaj^sjn.   Harness and Saddlery
Goods of all kinds,
Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc.
agents for   Agricultural Machinery, Wagons, Etc.
Eire, Life and Accident insurance.
Boot and Shoe Repairing a specialty.
What you don't see step in and enquire for.
V. TAYLOR,
Summerland.
DAN WILLIAMS,
Penticton.
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| COMMERCIAL
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DIGNAN and WEEKS, Proprietors.
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If you ./ant a Stylish Outfit, this is the place to come. You can always
get teams just when you want them. We make a specialty of keeping
good horses, safe rigs, careful drivers and also saddle and pack horses.
We are also putting in Hay and Grain for sale, and as we buy for cash
we get the best rates and our patrons get the benefit.
Special  Attention To The Wants Of Commercial Men.
X'^A^AM*A^A^A^A^AJpA^A*A^A^A^AM*'tf^'^AM*AM*AJ��A^A^AM?AJ_*A^A4_,,_
Penticton Stage and Livery
Stables.
Stage Connects with Steamer "Okanagan" at Penticton, with Great Northern
Railway at Keremeos, and with stage to Hedley and Princeton. Leaves at (i a.m
Pianos and Furniture moved to all points,  and a general Draying
Business transacted.
Saddle and Pack Horses.
Top Buggies, Four-horse Rigs for Commercial Men.
W. E. Welby, Prop.       Penticton.
IT KEEPS IT UP !
Were you ever met at the kitchen door with the command
to step lightly or there would be trouble? You have, and you
knew instinctively, almost, that there was a cake in the oven
that would "go flat" at the slightest jar. Those terrorizing
days arc past to those who use the right baking powder.
That one is
- Coledykes Baking Powder  -
You can't keep it down. It is chemically correct. The manufacturers will give $1,000 to anyone who finds any substance
injurious to health in its ingredients.
Pull weight 16 oz. tins 35 cents.
A. H. WADE,   General Merchant
Phone 6. Agent for Giant Powder Co.
forest Preservation in Southern
Okanagan.
The committee recently appointed by the Penticton Board
of Trade to take up, with the
provincial government, the question of forest preservation for
water conservation purposes in
the Southern Okanagan met, and
the following letter to the Minister of Lands is the result:
The Honourable F. S. Fulton,
Chairman of the Forestry
Commission,
victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir:-I am directed toad-
dress you on behalf of the Penticton Board of Trade relative to
the forest lands forming the
watersheds to the creeks which
supply the semi-arid lands of this
locality with water for irrigation
and from which we expect to
draw our domestic supply.
You fully understand, we
think, the vital importance of
not only protecting these forests
in order to hold the water in the
spring, but also the need of great
precautions to prevent contamination. In order to accomplish
this end we respectfully ask your
commission to recommend the
placing of a reserve on the Government lands bounded as follows:
On the north by a line produced from the north boundary
of C. P. R. lot No. 2711 to C. P. R.
lot No. 2712;
On the west by C. P. R. lots
No. 2711 and 3639;
On the south by C. P. R. lot
2708 ;
On the east by C. P. R. lots
2712 and 3638.
We would further request that
you strongly recommend that the
(Government acquire from the
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
their lots Nos. 2710, 2711, and
3639, and place these under the
same reserve.
In addition to the foregoing
we think it highly advisable that
a firewarden be appointed for
this Lower Okanagan with headquarters at Penticton. At present, we understand, the only firewarden in the valley has his
headquarters at Armstrong,
which is too distant to be effective.
We would also add that in our
opinion all the Government lands
forming part of the watershed
of the Okanagan valley should
be reserved pending an investi-
i gation by a competent engineer
as to what is necessary and advisable to reserve permanently
for the well-being of the people
dependent thereon.
I have the honor to be, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
M. C. Kendall,
Sec'y Penticton Board of Trade.
Oct. 23, 1909.
the unrivalled  attractions of the
place.    Much  damage  has been
: done this point by knockers, invariably afflicted   with either ignorance  or avarice.     This  evil
; will be  dispelled  the  moment a
; fair percentage of  the  inhabitants of other lake  points  have
seen with their own eyes just
j what we have here.
This was the opinion of every
I person  who   attended   Tuesday
! night's meeting, besides the feel-
ling was general  that all must
pull together and work together
for the common good.   A little
time sacrificed by each individual
to the public welfare, it was felt,
would produce the required results.
The officers elected for the
coming year were: H. Leir, 1st
vice President; J. Power, 2nd
vice President; Dr. McGregor,
Secretary; and C. A. C. Steward,
W. .). Gibbons, W. J. Clement,
A. S. Smith and Norman Hill,
Committee. The election of President was held over to a future
meeting, the person whom it was
wished to appoint not being present. The names indicated are
sufficient warrant that the undertakings of the Association for
the coming year will be successfully carried through.
The question of a grandstand
was discussed at length. Mr.
Murk, it was understood, had a
proposition to lay before the Association, but as he was not present to explain it, only a general
idea as to its purport could be
arrived at. It was understood
that Mr. Murk would build a
grandstand on the lakeshore and
rent it to the Association, with
an option to purchase, but, as
details were not at hand, a committee comprising Messrs. Leir,
McGregor and Clement was appointed to interview Mr. Murk
and report at a future meeting.
In order to bring about a spirit
of unanimity in the community,
a resolution was introduced and
carried without a dissenting vote,
to the effect that the Aquatic
Association would not hold a regatta on the next First of July,
but would co-operate with the
committees on horse racing and
athletics to secure a first class
celebration at the recreation
grounds. Other dates could be
chosen, and probably a series of
regattas held during the summer.
Rifle Association Competition for
the Dominion Salver.
Aquatics to the Fore.
The expectations of those interested in aquatic sports were
fully realized by the very representative turn out at the annual
meeting of the Aquatic Association held on Tuesday evening.
An encouraging feature was the
presence of a number of the leading business men of the town.
This goes to show that aquatics
in Penticton arc beginning to be
looked upon as a business proposition. It is now coming to be
acknowledged that, as a means
of drawing people to the town,
nothing exceeds an aquatic celebration. The business men realize that Penticton needs advertising, and are going to take this
means of advertising it, knowing
that good results are sure to follow. Seeing is believing, and
those who can be induced to see
Penticton by the prospects of a
pleasant trip on a lake steamer,
and an enjoyable regatta, are
certain to spread the report of
Any of the following members,
who have made over 110 points,
stand a chance to win the above
prize.   N. Hudon with 140 has a
good lead and as  there is only
one more range to fire at, i.e. 200
yds', he should easily carry off
the trophy.
N. Hudon points to date 140
.1. R. Mitchell  " " 129
L. C. Barnes  " " 126
V. 11. Latimer  " " 120
L Morgan  " " 119
T. II. Stark  " " 117
G. F. Guernsey  " " 110
V. DeBeck  " " 114
Coyote Proof Sheep Fencing.
One of the most encouraging
signs of a tendency towards more
j diversified methods in the agriculture of the Middle West, and
more particularly in those sections where noxious weeds are
becoming a serious menace to
! successful cereal growing, is the
awakening interest in sheep
breeding.
Reasons for this are easily
seen; unlike some other branches
of live stock husbandry, there
has for many years been little
fluctuation in the prevailing high
market values for mutton sheep.
A flock of sheep call for practically no increase of labor on the
farm���a most important factor
in these days. Sheep may be
marketed at almost any season
of the year, at good prices,   in
small numbers less than car
lots and with little trouble.
There is a good local demand for
mutton in every town. Sheep
and lambs can be killed and
utilized on the farmer's own table
more conveniently than any other
class of fresh meat.
As farm scavengers, sheep
surpass all other kinds of stock,
and can be profitably utilized in
cleaning dirty weed infested
land, as they will eat with avidity almost every species of nox-
1 ious weed with which our prail ie
lands are becoming cursed.
The few breeders of pure bred
sheep who have persevered
through all these years of little
appreciation, now report greatly
increased demand, and are taking
courage, feeling that at last their
favorite hobby is coming to its
own.
The one thing that prevents
hundreds of farmers in Manitoba, Eastern Saskatchewan and
Northern Alberta from immediately establishing small breeding
flocks, is the coyote. How can
sheep be protected from the
ravages of this pestiferous sneak
thief of the prairies, is the deterring question.
Enquiry has recently been instituted by George H. Greig.
Western Representative of the
Live Stock Commissioner for the
Dominion Government, as to how
best such protection may be provided at reasonable expense.
Nearly all experienced sheep
men agree that any of the ordinary woven wire fences now on
the market, if properly erected,
will suffice to keep sheep in and
coyotes out. The most satisfactory fence, when cost is considered, is a strip of the regular
sheep fencing about 30 inches
high, placed close to the ground
on posts from 16J to 25 feet
apart, with one or two strands of
barbed wire stretched above, at
intervals of 6, 8, or 10 inches.
Such a fence, if properly built,
care being taken that no holes
are left underneath the woven
strip to allow the coyotes to
crawl under, makes a good and
lasting fence for all classes of
farm stock. Horses or cattle are
seldom or ever injured by barbed
wire when used as described, as
long as it is kept tight. The use
of it above the woven wire prevents stock reaching over and
bearing down the top of the
woven fence, and, further, the
barbed wire helps to save the
woven fence from being crushed
down in the spring of the year
by the weight of crusted snow
drifts, the barbed wire in most
cases cutting its way through
the drifts.
Good woven wire fencing, from
25 to 30 inches high, suitable for
sheep, can be got at from 40 to
50 cents per rod, and on most
farms there is plenty of old
barbed wire to complete the job.
Permanent line fences built as
above described help towards
clean farming by preventing
stock wandering about and indiscriminately scattering weed
seeds; encourage seeding down
to grasses and clovers, and make
possible the pasturing of such
land. Cheaper inside division
fences would suffice to hold sheep
on temporary pastures, rape or
fallows.
As already said, sheep eat
readily most weeds, but they are
particularly fond of the perennial
sow thistle, which has now got
such a hold on parts of the Red
River valley. Seeding down land
infested with this pest and pasturing it with sheep, would enable the farmers to get their land
under control more thoroughly
and with less outlay than probably any other plan.
Morgan Bros., of Kelowna,
have bought three lots on Main
Street from Kendall iv Mason.
Local and Personal
Those having friends visiting them
will confer a favor by aequainting the
Press with the fact. All other local
news thankfully received.
Mrs. I). W. Crowley, of Kelowna, visited a day or two in
Penticton this week.
Monday being All Saint's Day,
there will be service in St. Saviour's church, commencing at
7:30 in the evening.
There will be no service in St.
Saviour's church on Sunday owing to Rev. J. A. Cleland being
absent at Keremeos.
Mrs. Robt. Boweil, who has
been visiting her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Tupper, for the past month, returned on Friday to her home in
Sapperton, B. C.
There will be a meeting in
Steward's Hall on Thursday
evening next at 8 o'clock for the
purpose of re-organizing the
Literary Society. Everybody is
invited to be present, and make
a rousing meeting.
Miss Laura Rose, of Guelph,
Ont, will lecture on domestic
science and Women's Institutes
in Steward's Hall on the evening
of Tuesday, Nov. 2; and Mr. B.
Hoy on a horticultural subject.
In the afternoon, Mr. Hoy will
give a practical demonstration of
either pruning or fruit packing.
The dance given by C. A. C.
Steward on the evening of
Thanksgiving Day was pronounced a splendid success.
Nearly every person in the community who dances was present.
Dan Williams' three piece orchestra provided the music, which
was everything that could be desired, while the preparation of
the excellent supper was due to
the efforts of Mrs. Wm. Weir.
Chief Constable P. G. Routh,
of vernon, was in Penticton
Tuesday night, the object of his
visit being to investigate relative
to the need of a provincial constable at this point. He was interviewed by members of the
Council who laid before him the
numerous reasons for the maintenance of a provincial constable
here. The Chief concurred with
their views, and stated that he
would report favorably.
This week we record the death
of an aged and respected citizer,
and one of the pioneers of the
district, in the person of Mr.
John Farleigh, who died at his
home near Allen Grove on Sunday, the 24th inst. Mr, Farleigh,
who was seventy-seven years of
age, secumbed after a very shoi t
illness. The funeral service, at
which Rev. J. A. Cleland presided, took place at eleven o'clock
on Wednesday morning, a large
number of friends and acquaintances being present
KEEP THIS IN MIND!
If you are thinking of building wc
can save you money. We have jpur-
chased the entire stock of lumber from
Campbell & Kay in which we have a
splendid supply of both Coast and Local
Kiln Dried finishing materials. As wo
do not intend to carry on a retail lumber
business but have bought the stock of
lumber for our own use, wc purpose
giving our customers the benefit of our
purchase.
RATHVON & CARLESS,
Contractors and Builders, Draughtsmen, Fire Insurance.
Office at Lumber Yard. 16-5
NOTICE.
Similkameen Division of Yale District.
TAKE NOTICE that Alexander
Henry Steven, of Su'himerland, B. C,
accountant, intends to apply for pei-
mission to purchase tfoe following described land: -Commencing at a post
planted at the south-east corner post of
Lot No. 106 (S) ; thence south 40
chains; thence west 30 chains; thence.
north 40 chains; thence east 20 chains
to the point of commencement, and
containing 80 acres, more or less.
Dated at Summerland, B. C., 18th of
August, 1909. 10-9
ALEXANDER HENRY STEVEN. THE PENTICTON PRESS, PENTICTON. B.C. OCTOBER 30. 1909.
DIRECTORY.
PENTICTON'
HIE PENTICTON PRESS
ISSUED    EVERY    SATURDAY   AT
PENTICTON, B.C. BY
W. J. CLEMENT.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year in
Advance.   Foreign, $1.50.
nrs
Population, 600.   Area, 7,044 acres.    Maximum
trififfcrature 1008, f'.Vv I\;  minimum temperature
I,*-1-.     '.V.   Incorporated into a District Municipality Jan. 1. 1900.    Located ai south end of <>k- '
unugan I ake.   Communication by C P. K. steam-
���   - ���) i Okanasan Lake.    Wagon mad connects
��ilh Summorland on   vest  sMe of lake and  all J
points 11. the north ;  afro with Naramata on east i
sale of lake, Okanagan Falls. Fairview and Boundary opuntry to the south, and all Similkameen j
points u�� th'? houthwPHt.    Tin* mildest climate in i
t'un&da past of the coast.   Public si hool with four ;
departments.    Nursing  Home.    Cannery.    Two   Transient    Advertisements
nurseries.    Chief industry, the growing of fruit.    >ranpf'-ni    Aavenisernenis.    *'������- i
more particularly peacheti and other tender kinds. |     ceeding one inch, one insertion, 50c; *
Twehrshundred acres planted.   Excellent boating       for t'ach additional insertion, 25c.
aud bathing in the summer.    Beautiful scenery. I .     ���      .,    . ,. . . ��� ...  -���
A   mny rntnate.    An ideal place to spend cither i Lodge Notices, Professional Cards, &c.
theaummei oi winter months. $1.00 per inch, per month.
I'*rh, int.-   nlaren mm our advertising columns. ' , _.    .       .,   .. nn j ��c
Land and Timber Notices���30 Hays, $5;
M UNICIPAL COUNCIL      ,   60 days, $7.
Mrct* Thuraday evenings in Council Room, Smith   Legal Advertising-First insertion, 10
street.    A. a Wade, RoBva.   Chan. Were,      cents per line; each subsequent inser
Advertising Rates:
- Not
W. R. King & Co.
ex-
Clo
SCHOOL BOARD
ni'";!: 1st Monday in each month at S p. m. It.
Wilton. flec'y-Treaa.
BOARD OF TRADE
Annual gensra] meeting, 2nd Wednesday in January <if each year. Genera) quarterly meetings, 2nd Wodnejtdays in ifanuary. April. July
and October at B p.m, Affiliated with Okanagan Boards <��f   Trade.     J.   .1.   Hunter.   Pre*.;
M. i'. Kendall, Soc'y.
CHURCH SERVICES
St. Saviour's Church ( Fairview Avonuo : Vicar.
Kev. J, A. CloUmd. Celebration r.f Holy Communion ihe IM and :tid Sundays of the month
after II o'clock matins, loe 2nd Sunday ut s a.
rn. Morning, pin yer at 11 a.m. Evensong ��it
7:80 p.m.
Pruttbytorian sarviccs each Sunday In church at
II a.m  .��r7:Htip.m.    Rev,       Kishei". pastor.
Bapusl tcrvicets each Sunday In church, at 11 a.
m. <��r 7:811 p. m.
I'l-e.-diytenan    und    Baptist    services    alternate,
morning anafevening.
Methudibt Be vices in church each Sunday at. 7:80
p.m.;   Sunday  School 2:\U p.m.      Kev. (I. ().
Pallia, It. A , pastor.
Young   Pennies' Christian Union   meets  in   the
Metbodisi church every Tuesday at tl p.m.
tion, 5c. per line.
Reading Notices in Local News Column
16c. per line, first insertion; 10c. per
line, each subsequent insertion.
Contract Advertisements ���Rates arranged according to space taken.
All changes in 3ontract advertisements must be in the hands of the
printer by Tuesday evening to ensure
publication in the next issue.
SOCIETIES
extension of the Canadian North-
Provincial Elections.
Once more British Columbia is
in the throes of an election campaign. Nominations take place
on Nov. 11 and the elections on
Nov. 25.
Premier McBride appeals to
the country on a railway policy.
a. v. & a. m. most in Mwwn'a Haii. Mi.inst..i��tThis policy   embraces the con-
Wcdlici^luy in each month at H p.in. . . .,
w. o. w. n,��v, in Woodmen.' Haii, wns st, 2nd struction of  two  lines,   one the
ami till Saturday in each month at B p.m.
I. I>. 0. K. mm 1 ill Odd   Follow.'   Hall.   Main  St
every Monday ut 8 p.m. 111 ��� ,
l.a. l. m����t in wiMdmen1. Haii 8nd and ��b 1 ern through the province, and
Friday in .acta month at S p. ra. , , ,,.,.. a ,
am a ,. l-vi 1 the other the building of a stretch
Mw. loavo. foriUmnoo., Hedioy and Prince- ot railway connecting Midway,
&" 1^:^:J^!^^!:^y7^  Penticton and  Nicola,   giving a
,li'yi'- ���, ,       '��� short route from the Kootenay
Btatfe Icavufl for Fairview and Oroviile un lues-
days, rhuiwJaya and Saturday, at 11:80 a. in.    a.;    to the Coast.
turns.in  Munduys.  Wednesdays and Friday, at 1 ,
tp.to. _���,������ The terms upon which the gov-
0 ernment is to secure the construc-
Hourn 9 a. m. to 5 u, m. , .     . ,. .
iweiBtored utter and Money order wicket | tion of the Canadian Northern
cl'w1cketi.pnenedfor hair .���, hour after mail i�� I within the next four years are,
,li,;,nh"";d' ���. , , i in brief, that  the province guar-
Arrivola���Per Sir.  Okanagan:   Daily   except * ���"   ,
Sunday<jp.m.! Per ��ta��re from Hediey. Hero-1 antee the bonds on the portion
meos,   olalla.  Allen   Grove,  Oroviile. Fairview,        ...        . .
and White Lake: Mondays. Wednewiayti and  Fridays at II p. m.
Gloaingr For boal ami stages: M p. m. daily.
C. P. R. TIME TABLE
SHUSWAP &OKANAGAN BRANCH
Diiily hoth wn.vw during   iumuier except  .Sunday,
oti. Okuiuttftit] leaven Ponttcton & a. in.
Train an ive�� at Sicamous ti. 1 f> i��. in.
Tram leaven oiuainuub '.,:$} u, m.
)r>\r. Okanagan arrivcw ul Penticton *��� p. tn.
HOTEL.   l��KNTI< T< )N.
of the line within the province,
at $35,000 per mile for thiity
years at four per cent. Construction is to be commenced
within three months after the
bill lias passed the next session
of the legislature, which meets
on Jan. 20. The road will enter
the province at Yellowhead pass,
come down the North Thompson
First-Class Accommodation For Tour- j River to opposite   Kamloops and
ihU or Commercial Men. i ,,       ,��� n      ,,      t-, _-,.
then tollow the Fraser River on
Cool Weather Comforts
Now that the cool weather is here we are reminded that
winter is close at hand, and of the needs that the season demands. We are well stocked in winter necessities.   Take a look at our showing.
With half the labor, and at
half the cost of other soap,
Sunlight does the whole
washing in half the time,
yet   without   injuring   the
most delicate fabric.
Use it the Sunlight  way.
Follow the directions.
,
Lifebuoy Soap lidallg-htfully rcfrcshinir for Bath
r   roik't   in.      Kor  washinK  underclothing  it IB
unequalled.   CloanM. and PUrifiaf.
RATES $2.30 r'liR DAV
Barnes
I'KNTICTON.
B.C.
Prop
W. H. T. GAHAN
BARRISTER and SOLICITOR
NOTARY  PUBLIC
I'liNTICrON,       ���       -       B.C.
WOOL
BLANKETS
FOOTWEAR
DRY GOODS
MEN'S
FURNISHINGS
CLOTHING
MEN'S FELT
HATS
SHIRTS
We purchased our Blankets direct from the mill this
season, thus saving on freight charges and middlemen's profits. We are showing some splendid values.
Our "Angola," "Cashmere," and "Llama" brands are
all pure wool and the price is no more than usually
charged for union blankets.
Men's, Ladies', Misses', Boys', and Children's Rubbers
to hand. A big line of Ladies' and Misses' Cashmere
Hose;   also Ribbed Worsted Hose for Boys.
Wrapperettes, Flannelettes, Domets, Flannelette
Blankets���in fact everything in the Dry Goods line.
Fancy Vests, Natural Wool Underwear, Sox,
and a big line of Gloves.
Don't overlook us for that new fall suit. We carry
the Broadway brand, which insures good fit, value and
service.
In both stiff and soft styles. Our stock is now all in
and you can have a good range of styles to choose
from.
The newest things in all the new colors, in plain and
stripes.   The celebrated "Crescent" and Tooke shirts.
'Many, although  not temperance
men, believe that the people
should have  the power to settle
i the liquor question for them-
]' selves, and will, in consequence,
|; vote for the enactment of such a
'law.
Ellis Street.
Phone 25.
R. B. KERR,
BARRISTER & SOLICITOR
Notary Public.
KELOWNA.,        - - B.C.
Dr.C.A.JACKSON
DENTIST
5. O. Land Company's   Block
PENTICTON, B. C.
Phone II.
CHAS. WERE
Accountant & Auditor,
Notary Public
PENTICTON, B. C.
The
Harris Nursery Co., Ltd.
PENTICTON, B.C.
WE   SOLICIT  YOUR  ORDERS
Cor t'lOME-OROWN FRUIT TREES
Deserving "f particular mention
are cur CHERRIES, anil
DWARF and  STANDARD PEARS
all the besl varieties.
W" also have Shade TreeB, Shrubbery, Climbing Vines and Hoses.
CHAS. f. BURTCH
Butcher
WHOLESALE   and   RETAIL
Goods delivered to any part
of the town daily.
Prompt attention given to mam,
OHOKRS.
Phone 21. P. 0. Pox 203.
i the opposite side from the C. P.
R. to Vancouver.
j    The other line is to be built by
the  Kettle Valley   Railway Co.
i and will probably be operated by
|lheC. P. R.   This line carries a
subsidy of $6,400 per- mile from
the Dominion government.    Under the terms of agreement with
the  provincial  government, the,
j portion of the  road from Pentic-1
' ton to Nicola,   a distance of 150 j
��� miles, is to receive a subsidy of j
! $5,000 per mile.    Construction is j
to proceed from four points. j
In both  agreements the white
labor and fair wage clauses are !
included. I
The resignation of two of the
cabinet ministers, Hon. F. J.
Fulton, commissioner of lands,
and Hon. R. G. Tatlow, finance
minister, should not materially
affect the result of the polls.
Mr. Price Ellison has been appointed to the position of minister of lands, while the other vac-
a; cy is to be filled temporarily by
Hon. W. J. Bowser.
Mr. Ellison's position, with the
added prestige of cabinet minister, is secure in the Okanagan,
and it is probable that the Liberals will not put a candidate in
the field. Whether or net there
will be opposition to Mr. L. W.
Shatford in the Similkameen is
uncertain, but his feat is as safe
as that of any member in the
legislature. As to the general
outlook, there can be but one
opinion formed by the unbiassed
ol server; the government will
be sus'ained, probably by an in-
| creased majority. This is evident from the fact that Mr. John
Oliver has only within the past
few weeks been chosen as Liberal leader and has not yet had
time to thoroughly organize his
forces. In addition to this, the
railway agreements stand only j
upon the return of the govern-;
ment, and the people of British
Columbia want the railways.
The plebiscite for the approval
or disapproval of local option will
(occasion   considerable   interest.
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MAIN AND SMITH STREET BUSINESS LOTS,
BEACH ACRES,
BLOCKS FOR SUBDIVISION.
KENDALL & MASON
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On application to us the launch "Kaleden" will take parties down any time.
Quality Hardware
-Keen Kutter Brand-
in SHEARS, CHISE'lS, PLANES, LEVELS, SQUARES
HAMMERS, AXES and SAWS.
PENTICTON   HARDWARE   CO.
WE
HAVE
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FOR TALL PLANTING
BULBS from the bout European nnd
Japan ktowcih.
HOME GROWN fruit and ornamental
trees viuwn on uplai.d soil without Irrigation in th*1 only part of the American
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Garden, Kit-Id. and Flower Seed**���
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Fertlllzera, Bee Supplies,  Cut  Flowers,
Spraying Materials,  Etc.
White labor only.
Now 157 page Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY,
Greenhouses  and Seedhouses--
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver, B. C.
Branch Nurs>ery-S. Vancouver.
pft iT    ���"   fr B^lsaMtairi    r ~Mi.mj
The Brown Brothers Company
Nurserymen,    -   of Ontario
Ar(M;xt��nHivo KrowcrH of fill kindH or Fruit T fops. Shrubs. Rohcs. nnd OTnamf ntnl Trees, nnd
the members of tin? firm nre all practical nu- jerymen of 25 years experlemV anil have built up
the most suceessful and extensive business    ,f the kind in Canada.
The rowing of the stock, as well as i itry other detail in eonnection with tho work, is
personally superintended by the individual jivmbers of the linn, and they woi'k on the plan that
the best is none tor) (rood for their custome   t.
We have made laiRe shipments of ti *s into the Okanauan Vnlley and can (five the names
of tho largest planters in thnt dislrict. wli   > have planted our stock successfully, 'f desired.
Our trees are grown in the famous fauura district, in Ontario, in n climate1 very similar
to that of the OkanaKan Valley, and our I ,f es aro consequently bettor suited to the needs of
planters there, than are the Coast stock, �� ng more hardy in the wood, wilh a mo.'l' abundant
supply of fibrous roots, which count for i iu jh in making an investment in an orchard �� sale und
permanent one.
We shall be pleased to hear from p/oi poctive planters, with a view to supplying them with
the best grade of trees, true to name. .
Wc wish to secure the services t,_ a J ,od reliable mnn to represent us nt Penticton and
vicinity, nnd will make liberal terms 1.0 t;)e   right party, for all, or a part of his time.
Write for terms, prices, etc., ta
CHAS. L. TROTTER, Manager,
Brown Brothers Cott ipany, Nurserymen, Ltd.,
1125 8th Ave. , Vancouver, B. C.
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by a policy in one of the d Ahwiti' t compa.TlieS- They afford protection, and have
records unequalled for prompt a' lC\ libe.'<il .settlements.
Liverpool, London &Gu> ;if Royal Fire Insurance Co.,
Phoenix Assurance Co.   London Atlas,
British America, ' ' North British & Mrrcantile,
Commercial Union. Guardian Assurance Co.,
Canadian,
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AGENTS
Construction Outfits Arriving.
fFrom Oroviile Gazette)
In railroad circles during the
past week things have been moving in a manner to give the
members of this community a
feeling of happy satisfaction over
the cheering outlook. That for
which everybody has been hoping
and waiting, the southern railroad cutoff, is maturing to the
point of physical performance,
and already a change for the
better is noticeable, if not in increased business activity at least
in the manifestation of a more
cheerful spirit among the inhabitants.
It is realized that the Oroville-
Brewster branch, later to be the
connecting link of the two tide
water lines of the Great Northern, between Oroviile and Wenatchee, will be a big factor in renewing vitality in the town and
valley, a vitality that will lead
up to lasting good. The start
toward providing this link has
been made, and work will be
pushed until the bed is ready for
the iron, and there will be no
delay in slapping down the iron.
As stated last week Foote &
McGregor have the contract for
th 2 first eight miles of the road
from Oroviile southward, and
the dinky engines and minature
gravel cars to be used in grade
work, were unloaded at the end
of the Y on the east side of the
Okanogan river, Tuesday. About
the entire outfit of the firm is on
the ground, and quarters are
prepared on the Whistler place
for the crew. They are prepared
to commence digging immediately.
Mike McNamara has the contract for the following ten miles,
and his belongings used in construction were pulled in this
week. A portion of the outfit
consists of 33 head of the finest
lot of horses ever seen in the
county. A number of men in
the employ of Mr. McNamara
are here. The outfit was moved
down the river this week, where
quarters have been prepared.
Word from Brewster came to
the effect that supplies and grading machinery are arriving constantly at that point by boat, and
the contractors at that end are
getting in shape to start in throwing dirt.
Stone & Wellington
Toronto.
850 acres;   largest  Nursery in
Canada.    35 years  experience.
Mr. Edmondsnn. Sunny Glen Ranch. Proctor.
I). C, under date Oct. il. says : We have planted
20110 trees and they are all Stone &. Wellington, and
we are so well pleased with their trees that we
have ordered 2000 mere for this fall delivery. It
hns always been our belief lhat it was better to
plant out trees from a more severe climate th' n ^
our own, and last winter's experience has greatly igr
strengthened that belief. Not one inch of wood
was damaged last winter in Ihe trees we had out
at that time. .
We have onlv about fiO Irecs that are beoring
and they are only 4 years planted, but they are all
true to name. We have never had any fear but
that Stone & Wellington would be above suspicion
or we would nut plant their trees to the extent we
nre doing,
Why not plant Canadian-grown stock?
Guaranteed true to name and healthy.
Phone or write me,
S. J. KINNEY, Penticton, B. C. THE PENTICTON PRESS, PENTICTON, B.C. OCTOBER 30, 1909.
OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that objections have been filed with me against the following
names being retained on the Register of voters for the Okanagan Electoral District, under the provisions of the "Provincial Elections Act Amendment Act, 1909," viz.:���
11 Abbott, Frederick .
4: Adams, Harold Albert . ..
7!Adams, Wilfrid..
591 Anderson, Albert Main ..
68| Anderson, James ....
96; Ashe, Sidney R	
120 Bagnall, William Aubrey.
131 Baillie, James Alexander.
164 Barr, Anson Whittier	
202! Bell, Thomas Gourley ..
218 Beno, Freeman	
239 Bichard, James
275Blain, Edward	
363 Brooks, Aaron	
529oary, Albert	
R30 Cary, Herbert	
556 <'happell, E. A ���
606 Clippendale, William Dodd
616l(Jollas, Henry Lawrell Jervois1
643Cook, William Adam.
675'Cotterell, Charles..
7l8;Crowell, Thomas William
726'Culp, Levi	
752|Dabb, Owen	
818'Denny, Roland Joshua .
843 Dilworth, John ..
854Doidge, John Edward..
869'Dowie. Ernest	
8fc6
900
916
922
990
1101
1102
1108
1120
1144
1145
1171
1187
1214
1224
1228
1230
1265
1284
1313
1331
1362
1374
1382
1476
1507
1551
1583
1602
1617
1654
1655
1656
1657
1667
1684
1719
1720
1728
1734
Driggs, Samuel	
Duncan, Andrew
Duprat, Alexander ....
Dyer, Harold	
Evans. Herbert G	
Fox, Frederick Earl..
Fox, Lennox 	
Fraser, Robert Imrie..
Freeman, James Clayton .
Funston, John James
Gabel, Jacob	
Garnett, William ....
Gay, Frederick Samuel..
Giles, John.
Gillespie, George Henry.
Gilroy, Joseph	
Gilsoul, Joseph    	
Gordon, John Simpson
Gowdy, William Thomas
Green, John  	
Grindell, James Clark    .
Hall, Thomas Edward..
Hamilton, Thomas   	
Hansen, Harold	
Henzie, Charles	
Hickling, Archibald	
Holland, Herbert Alfred
Howard, Harry Sackville
Hughes, Charles Nelson.
Hunter, James A	
Jackman, Paul	
Jackman, Henry 	
Jackman, Mike    	
Jackman, Nicholas....
James, Charles Francis
Johnson, Aaron	
Johnston, Albert Ernest
Johnston, William Thomas
Jones, Claude Percy
Jones, William John
1748 Jordon, Bernard Henry
1756
1775
1792
1872
1908
2050
2061
2116
2127
2263
2304
2335
Kearns, John Dominick .
Kenny, Richard D ...
Kerstine, David H	
Lawler, Thomas	
Leonhard, Frederick
Massonat, Michel Henri
Maughfling, Thomas
McCombe, Trueman S
McCuspie, Angus	
McLeod, Alexander	
McQueen, Albert..
Metcalfe, Archibald.
2352;Miller, Dan Jennings
2408 Money. E. W..
2426 Moore, John	
2429 Moorehouse, Eli
2454 Morton, Herbert Henry Powys
24641 Muller, Jacob	
2465|Muller, Ernest.
2471|Munroe, John	
2519|Nelson, William Frederick.
2568Niven, James Knox	
259l!Oppertshauser, Otto..
2613JO'Leary, William	
2622 Palmer, Albert William ...
2694jPhillips, Mark	
2707|Pilkey, Charles C   ..    ..
2714|Platten, Wilson	
2749 Powers, David	
2753 Pratt, William	
2777 Quaife, Charles Henry   ...
2787 Race, Robert	
2819 Reeve, Bennett Foster
2890 Robertson, James Andrew.
292CRock, Hary	
3005 Schunter, Ernest     ..
3033 Shannon, David	
3050 Shaw, William	
3115 Smallwood, Albert ..
3125 Smith, Alexander	
3182 Smith, Wilbur Lewis     ..
3228 Stedham, Edwin C	
324(J Stewart, James A   ..
328k Sturt, John Richard..    ..
3365 Thompson, Edward Copley
3361 Thompson, John	
3378iThornber, Percy   	
3390|Timmins. Robert Wesley   .
3429Turpin, John Weston....
3434 Umbreit, Hugo
3451.
3541,
3615
3634
3635
. 3653
3664
Van Arum, William Honan.
Weir, Arthur Anderson
Williams, George Henry	
Wilson, Clarence Ethan
Wilson, Joseph S	
Wilton, Henry	
Wolfe, Adolph
3706!Wyatt, Eustace George.
Vernon, Coldstream Ranch ..'... 	
Okanagan Landing, Adam's Farm	
Okanagan Landing, Adam's Farm	
Vernon, Greenhow's Ranch      	
Vernon, Vernon Hotel.... 	
Vernon, Seventh Street
Vernon, Barnard Avenue     	
Vernon. Pine Street    	
Vernon, North Street
Armstrong, Armstrong Hotel   	
Vernon, Corner of Price and Eighth Streets.
Vernon, North Street ....        	
Vernon, Mission Road
Vernon, Maple Street         	
Vernon, Cary's Farm, Swan Lake
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel  	
Enderby, Enderby Hotel	
Vernon, Fuller Street	
Summerland, Bank of Montreal   ....
Penticton, Ellis Street  	
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel	
Vernon, Barnard Avenue	
Vernon, Brookside Orchard, B. X. Ranch	
Vernon, Barnard Avenue     	
Vernon, Mission Road ���....        	
Kelowna. Dilworth's Farm     	
Summerland, Lot 440	
Vernon, Gore Street   	
Vernon, Okanagan Hotel  	
Vernon, Vernon Hotel	
Vernon, Victoria Hotel.. 	
Vernon, Kalamalka Hotel	
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel  	
Vernon, Lake Drive Avenue	
Vernon, Barnard Avenue, Truxler's House .
Vernon, Maple Street  	
Summerland, Lot 427  .... 	
Vernon, Okanagan Hotel	
Vernon, Schubert Street               	
Summerland, Lot 479 	
Vernon, Schubert Street                	
Summerland, Lot 455	
Vernon, Barnard Avenue   ..        	
Vernon, British Empire Mine   ....
Armstrong, Six Mile Creek	
Vernon, Birnie's House  	
Vernon, Tronson Street     	
Vernon, Okanagan Hotel	
Vernon, Coldstream Street       	
Penticton, Jermyn Street	
Vernon, Hamilton's Farm, Short's Creek    .
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel        	
Vernon, Corner of Mission and Barnard Ave
Vernon, Saw Mill, Long Lake     	
Vernon, Lots 5 and 6, French Estate ..
Vernon, North Street  	
Vernon, North Street .. 	
Penticton, Ellis Street	
Vernon, Coldstream	
Vernon, Greenhow's Farm, Okanagan ..    .
Coldstream Valley, McAuley's Farm	
Jackman, S. i Sec. 14. Tp. 57	
Vernon, Commonage . 	
Vernon, Lot 22 ....   	
Penticton, Smith's Saw Mill     	
Penticton, with A. H. Wade, Ellis Street Grocer's Clerk
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel  j Engineer
Labourer
Rancher
Farmer
Labourer
Labourer
Jeweller
Chemist
Carpenter
Carpenter
Hotel Keeper
Teamster
Painter
Farmer
Miner
Farmer
Machinist
Agent
Steam Laundryman
Banker
Dry Goods Clerk
Plasterer
Livery-stable Keepr
Farm Labourer
Farmer
Farmer
Farmer
Labourer
Carpenter
Labourer
Farmer
Carpenter
Physician
Musician
Merchant
Carpenter
Fruit Grower
Farmer
Carpenter
Labourer
Rancher
Brick Maker
Gentleman
Merchant
Miner
Farmer
Inspector of Schools
Lumber Merchant
Labourer
Painter
Rancher
i Farmer
Contractor
Blacksmith
Lumberman
Rancher
Freight Clerk
Teamster
: Farmer
1 Farmer
Labourer
Farmer
1 Farmer
[Agriculturist
��� Road Foreman
Planerman
0k CONQUEST
OF CANAAN
By    BOOTH    TARKINCTON.
Author of "Cherry,"   "Monsieur   Beta-
cm ire,** F,tt
Copyright. 1906. by Harper A- Brothers
BE"IN IF
Have You Our
New Catalog
IT WILL HELP vol! SAVE
MONEY.
Vernon, Railway Avenue.
Penticton, Lot 100, Bench	
Vernon, Royal Hotel   	
Vernon, Tronson Street 	
Summerland, Block 2, Lot 674     	
Vernon, Barnard Avenue
Vernon, Six Mile Creek..        .    .
Vernon, Barnard Avenue   	
Vernon, Maple Street
Vernon, Vance Street
Vernon, Barnard Avenue   ....
Vernon, Seventh Street
Vernon, Victoria Hotel  	
Vernon, Charles Street   	
Vernon, Pound Block	
South Vernon    	
Westbank, His Pre-emption	
Vernon, Mara Avenue	
Summerland, Lot 455, Block 22   	
Vernon, Eighth Street	
Vernon, Mara Avenue.. 	
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel
Vernon, Wetham Street	
Summerland, Lots 8 and 13, Lot 479.
Vernon, Victoria Hotel 	
Vernon, Vance Street     	
Vernon. Gore Street 	
Vernon. Elm Street  	
Vernon, Sully Street 	
Vernon, Mara Avenue
Vernon, Railway Avenue      	
Vernon, Mission Street   ....
Vernon, Eighth Street 	
Enderby, S. E. J Sec. 28, Tp.
Vernon, Tronson Street ..
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel
Vernon, Pine Street
Vernon, Schunter's Ranch
Mara, Shannon's Farm .
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel .
Penticton, McLean's Camp
Vernon, Pleasant Street
13
Vernon, Okanagan Hotel     	
Okanagan Landing, Capt. Ferguson's Ranch
Vernon, Seventh Street
Vernon, Sturt's Ranch, Mara Aven ue
Vernon. Pleasant Valley Road	
Armstrong, Thompson's Farm	
Summerland, Lot 675
Vernon, Seventh Street .
Vernon, Monteith Street	
Vernon, Mara Avenue        ....
Vernon, Long Lake ....
Vernon, Lots 4 and 5. Pi^e Street
Summerland, Block 57    ...
Vernon, Wilson's Far4n      ....
Vernon, SpringBroo/x Ranch, Coldstreiam Val- Farmer
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel .       .        [iey Labourer
Vernon, The Royal Hotel        .       .       .       .Clerk
Vernon, Coldstream Hotel I Tutor
Waiter
I Rancher
1 Real Estate Agent
I Clerk
j Teamster
Grain Buyer
! Miner
I Jeweller
I Rancher
Painter
Carpenter
Carpenter
Labourer
Sash Maker
Painter
Rancher
Rancher
Accountant
Fruit Grower
Shoe Maker
.| Teamster
Pressman
Stone Mason
Doctor
. Butcher
.j Miller
. I Merchant
. Plasterer
.; Machinist
i Carpenter
.'Clerk
Blacksmith s Helper
JSalva'n Army Of cr
.Rancher
j Butcher
.! Miner
. I Gentleman
j Rancher
J Miner
. | Carpenter
. Carpenter
. Teamster
.Carpenter
. Rancher
. Barber
Farmer
. Farmer
. Farmer
.Electrician
.Blacksmith
.Fruit Grower
.Farmer
. Farmer
.Gentleman
.Carpenter
Farmer
And further take notice that the above names will be removed from the Register of voters for
the said District unless the voter objected to, or some other Provincial vot',er on his behalf, shows
cause to the contrary, at the Court of -Revision which will be held by me at the Court House, vernon,
on Monday the 1st day of November, 1909, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
L. NORRIS,
vernon, B. C, 5th October, 1909. Registrar of Voters for the Okauagan Electoral District.
'Un' lower iiurt.ou of llie street, lined
wiili tbree nud four story bulldiugs of
brick nnd stoue, rather erini and hoi
facades under tbe midday sun. afford
ed lit He shide to the elitirch comers,
wlm were working homeward in pro
cexKlomil little groups nnd chimps,
none wnlking fast, though none with
the appearance of great leisure, since
neither rate of progress would have
been esteemed befitting the day. Tbe
growth of ('allium, steady, though never startling, had left almost all of llie
churches downtown, and Main street
the principal n ven tie of communication
between them and the "residence section.'' So today the Intermittent procession stretched along the new cement
sidewalks from n little below the
square to upper Main street, where
maples lined the thoroughfare ami the
mansions of the affluent stood among
pleasant lawns and shrubberies,
It was late, for this had been a com
muuion Sunday, and those far in ad
vnnce, who had already reached the
pretty and shady part of the street,
were members of tlie churches where
services had been shortest, though few
in the long parade looked as if they
bad been attending anything very
short, and many heads of families were
crisp in their replies to the theological
Inquiries of their offspring. The men
imparted largely a gloom to the itinerant concourse, most of them wearing
hot. long black coats and having wilted tiieir collars, tlie ladies relieving
this gloom somewhat by the lighter
tints of their garments, the spick and
span little girls relieving it greatly by
their white dresses and their faces, tbe
latter bright With tlie hope of Sunday
ice cream, while tlie boys, experiencing
some solace in that they were finally
out where a person could at least
scratch himself if he had to, yet oppressed by the decorous necessities of
the day. marched along, furtively
planning behind imperturbably secretive countenances various means for
the Inter dispersal of an odious monot
ony,
Usually the conversation of this long
string of the homeward bound was
not too frivolous or worldly. Nay; it
properly inclined to discussion of the
sermon.
It was a serious and seemly Sunday
parade, the propriety of whose behavior was today almost disintegrated
when tlie lady of Ihe bridge walked up
the street In tlie shadow of a lacy lavender parasol carried by Joseph Lou
den. The congregation of the ehurch
across the square���that to which Joe's
stepauut had been late���was just de
douching, almost In mass, upon Main
street when these two went by. It is
not quite the truth to sny that all except the children came to a dead halt,
but it is not very far from it. The air
was thick with subdued exclamations
and whisperings.
Here is uo mystery. Joe was probably the only person of respectable
derivation In Canaan who had not
known for weeks that Ariel Tabor was
on her way home. And the news that
she had arrived the night before had
been widely disseminated on the way
to church, entering church, in church
(even so!) aud coining out of ehurch.
An account of her house in tlie Avenue Henri Martin and of her portrait
iu tlie Salon���a mysterious business to
many and not lacking Lu grandeur for
that���hnd occupied two columns in
the Tocsin on a day some months before when Joe had found himself in-
imically headlined on the first page
and had dropped the paper without
reading further. Ariel's name had
been iu the mouth of Canaan for ���
long time���unfortunately for Joe, however, not in tlie mouth of that Canaan
which held converse with him.
Joe had not known her. The women recognized her infallibly at first
glance, even those who had quite forgotten her. And the women told their
men: hence the un-Sunday-like demeanor of the procession, for few
towns hold it more unseemly to stand
and stare at passersby, especially on
the Sabbath. But Ariel Tu'.or returned���nnd walking with���wilh Joe Louden!
Ariel Hushed a little when she perceived tbe extent of their conspicuous-
ness. but it was not the blush that Joe
remembered had reddened the tanned
shin of old, for her brownness had
gone long ago. though it had not left
her merely pink an.) white. This wm
a delicate rosiuess rising from her
cheeks to her temples, as the earliest
dawn rises, if there had been many
words left in Joe he would have called
It a divine blush. It fascinated him,
aud If anything could have deepeued
the glamour about her It would hare
been this blush. He did not under
stand it. but when be saw it he stum
bled.
Those who gaped nnd starpd were
for him only blurs In llie background.
Truly, he saw "men as trees walking," and when it became necessary to
step out to the curb In passing some
clump of people it was to Iiiui as if
Ariel and he, enchnntedly alone, were
working their way through underbrush
In the woods,
He kept trying to realize that this
lady of wonder was Ariel Tabor, but
he could not, He could not connect the
shabby Ariel, whom he had treated as
one buy treats another, with this young
woman of the world. He had always
been embarrassed himself and ashamed
of her when anything sl.e did marie
lilm remember tbat, after all, she was a
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It shows the shoes in natural
colors ; it tells all about each
one of them; it gives you the
retail [prices and tells where
you can get them.
J. LECKIE CO., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Send
for it
to-day.
girl, as on the day lie ran away when
she kissed a lock of his liair escaping
from the blindage. With that recollection even his ears grew red. It did
not seem probable that it would ever
happen again. The next Instant he
heard himself calling her "Miss Tabor."
At this she seemed amused. "You
ought to have called me that years
ago." she said, "for all you knew me."
"I did know her���you. I mean." he
answered. "I used to know nearly
everything you were going to say he-
lore you said it. It seems strange
now"���
"Yes." sbe Interrupted, "It does seem
itrange now."
"Somehow," he went on, "I doubt If
now I'd know."
"Somehow." she echoed, with fine
gravity. "1 doubt it too."
Although be bad so dim n perception
>r the staring and whispering winch
���.'reeled and followed Ihem. Ariel, of
course, was thoroughly aware of it.
I hough tlie only sign she gave was the
���slight blush, which very soon disappeared. That people turned to look at
lier may have been not altogether a
novelty. A girl who hnd learned to
appear unconscious of the continental
stare, the following gaze of the lioule
vards. the frank glasses of the costan
���/.a in Rome, was not ill equipped to
face Main street, Canaan, even as il
was today.
1'nrier the sycamores before they
started they bad not talked a great
deal. There had been long silences, almost all her questions concerning the
period of his runaway absence. She
appeared to Know and I" understand
everything which had happeued since
his returu to tbe town. He had uot. In
l.is turn, reached the point where he
would begin to question her. He was
loo breathless iu liis consciousness of
the marvelous present hour. She bad
(old him of the death of Roger Tabor,
the year before. "Poor man!" she said
gently. "He lived to see "how the oth
er fellows did if at last, and everybody
liked him. He was very happy over
there."
After ii little while she had said thai
it was growing close upon lunch time;
she must be going back.
"Tben-thou���goodby,"     he    replied
ruefully.
"Why 7"
"I'm afraid you don't understand. II
wouldn't do lor you to be seen with
me. Perhaps, though, you do understand. Wasn't that why you asked unto meet you out here beyond the
bridge'.'"
In answer she looked at him full and
straight for three seconds, then throw
back lier head and closed her eyes tight
with laughter. Without a word she
took the parasol from bim. opened il
hersef, placed the smooth white coral
handle of it In his hand and lightly
took ids arm. There was no furl her
demur on the part of the young man
He did not know whore she was going
He did not ask.
Once Ariel smiled politely, not at Mr.
Louden, and inclined her head twice,
with tlie result that the latter, alter
thinking for a time of how gracefully
she did it and how pretty the top of
her hat was. became gradually con
scions of a meaning in lier action���thai
she hid bowed to some oue across the
street. He lifted his hat. about four
miuutes late, and discovered Mamie
Tike and Eugene upon the opposite
pavement walking home from church
together. Joe changed color.
The sound  of  Ariel's  voice brought
him to himself.
"She Is lovelier than ever. Isn't site?"
"Yes, indeed." lie answered blankly.
"Would you still risk"    she began,
smiling, but, apparently thinking better of it. changed lier question: "What
is die mime of your dog, Mr. Louden'.'
Von haven't told me."
"Oh. he's Just a yellow dog," he evnd
ed nnsklllfully.
"Young man!" she said sharply.
"Well." lie  admitted reluctantly,  "I
cull him Speck for short."
"And what for long? I want to know
his real name."
"It's mighty  Inappropriate, because
we're fond of each other," said Joe,
"but when I picked him up he was so
yellow and so thin and so creeping and
so scared that I christened him 'Respectability.' "
They were now opposite the Pike
mansion, and. to his surprise, she turned, Indicating the way by a touch
upon his sleeve, and crossed *^c street
toward the gate, which Mimie and
Eugene had entered. Mamie, ifter exchanging a word with Eugci.<* upon
the steps, was already hurrying into
the house.
Ariel paused at the gate as if waiting for Joe to open it.
"Don't you know?" she cried. "I'm
staying here. Judge Pike has charge
of all my property. He was the administrator or something." Then, seeing him chopfalien and aghast, she
went ou: "Of course you don't know.
You don't know anything about me.
You haven't even asked."
"You're going to live here?" he
gasped.
"Will you come to see .1. ?" she
laughed. "Will you come this afternoon?"
He grew white. "You know I can't,"
be snid.
"Y'ou came here once. Ton rlekei ��
gperi (]pa| tbeo just to see Mamie
lai ������ by a window. Don't you dare t
little for an old friend?"
(To lie continued.)
Artistic Hair Cut.
Easy Shave.
Hot Baths.
At K. MURK'S.
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that I will not be
responsible to any innocent purchaser
or purchasers of a promissoi.y nece or
notes for $250.00 dated about June,
1907, in favor of John Kearns, as no
value was received for same.
16-5 B. F. WOODV )RTH,
Dressmaking
A. K. LOOMER
Martin Street.
Terms Cash. 1.2-4
Weather Report.
Observations at Dominion Government Meteorological Station
at Penticton for the month oi'
September 1909 :
MAXIMUM MBUMUl
0ATb      TEMPERATURE     TEMPERATURE
1 80  -18
2 79   49
8 801 48
4 78  48
6 78   46
6 77   47
7 80  o3
8 78  50
9 78   511
10 70   51J
11 71   m
12 791  53*
13 72}  38*
14 80*  42
16 72  3P.1
16 881 '.  58
17 64J 36
18 69  45
19 621 44
20 67*   441
21 67J 46*
22 67  .' 34
23 771 ft  39
24 HI)* ';  44*
21. 62  42
26 65  '.'.  L2*
27 61 48*
28 68 53
29 681  45
30 66  36
:il	
Average  72 15.1
The total rainfall was 1.58 inches. THE PENTICTON PRESS, PENTICTON. B.C.. OCTOBER 3d. 1909.
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MUNICIPALITY OF PENTICTON
VOTES' 11ST 1910.
Ing: pi    m       h1] I'" entitled t-�� vot<
fttr ans perm>n who is lula nominated ae ti tandi
dute for iinv elective office ul ait)   election  in  the
Municipality.
Any i 'tl ��� '���!��� f�� male, bdnp ;t Biitish subject, <>i
the lull ... .* ni' twenty-on ��� y< m hall !><��� " ntitlt (J
l.i have li" ur her name entered on the voter**
l. .t
Hi     \\ |hi *    ih" r     ���      "! '"��� liei of   11 >���><    i I    llfl
pi   ���.. mi .<< . u�� not !������ ���  r.>.t?�� < mm  Hundred iJnlliu  ,
ur who i    111- ui. ��� - ��� il   ��� - i   .,i.i."   ��� ,i
in .-v. inenl ��� ot noi left)  I hun i ������<��� ' i nidi i i\ I ktllari
ji <    in; viiliute will in th ��� Municip il
> -i    \\ ho, b i.;: j Bi i'i li    lb i ��� '. ' -   '
i i ���! n i<i . seututn i- <if -iu  ine rpoi   ted  eoinji
i'. I u-h i   itu ;,;��� c'miI "���-���. nei of land    oi   hip   'VC
un nd .i Hi.-,.    - i .-il vnliit  nf i nl   |i  .    .li.in  Orti
Mun Ind Dollai     dual     vithfn tl v Munii ipalitj.
I-:1 Whe li u lion elmidi i within tl i
pidit; pr .:',���[��� i! i !���.,; nn :-��� on li di ;-' i utith tl
lo vote as a hoU i h ildei, nnlc - - In n he hall on
i i. ��� a i'i. Ql til ���: Dec mix it ��� ii h '..!���
cit -i v ItH thr CI ti. i tiie Municipalitj hi ������ hi i
i mil -i .i ��� i it i d i !,..'i i i-:1 i and ��� tusc t<> be
ih'li i -.1 to ; hi aid ci. .���(. ai tne ���- u ������ time :t
�� i.if ..i - j declaration In the form provided bj the
El. .i"     ���  V.. i up li. 19UR
By ut-iJi u of th<  Municipal Co   .HI.
ill UUAW WKRB.
15 I Clerk.
Dated th!   Hllfli dm nf (Tctnb. i. |!i !).
AH the HEADGATES of our Irrigation System will be CLOSED DOWN
on the evening of OCTOBER 30TH.
Interested parties will kindly govern themselves accordingly.
��� isgggsEffli��gE5arags.asBff ^.asaaaBOBi
I.AM) ACT.
Osoyoos Division of Yale Land District.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   William   Ed
ward Emmons, of the City of  Vaneou- j
ver, Province of  !'iii'^li Columbia,   occupation, dentist, intends to apply   for
pcrtrlissioii to lease  the   following  de- j
scribed land:
(',, nniencing al a post planted about
sixty (GO) fei I distant, anq in an easter.
lv direction from the South-Easl corner
iif lot 1'ifir in (15) of sub-divisinn of li i
Six Hundred and Seventy-five (U75) in
(i io) i�� a 1 livision Of iale I lisl ict
Hi. in-i North 2fi degrees Iii minute.-
i^;,si ',���]', chains along the Municipa
road; thence East one 111 chain to thi
ijboTi ! of Okaoagan Lako; Hi iivca South
L!(> i ���>:,������< ,.'. inmui.es West 1.46 chains
iiion - I he Baid shot- ��� line; 111> nee W.-.-.i
oiii (11 chain to he |>"iiii of commence-
incni and containing two-fifths (2-5;
itcres, more or less. 12-9
WILLIAM EDWARD EMMONS. !
Dated this 1 lth day of September, 1909. j
NOTIC1
TAKE   NOTICE
Southern Okanagan Land Company,
Limited.
i,
Findlaj
Munro, of Summerland, H, <.'., occupation fi uit grower, intend to apply Fo)
p i mission to purcha: e the i'i [lowing
i!   :c ibed land;
t'niiim ncing at a post planted al the
North-eaal corner of E. W. Leir's lot
189, thence West I'i chains; thence
North 10 chains; thence East lOchains;
thence South 10 chains along lak -. to
I'iiiiI of c"oifimenceinent, containing 160
Ben ..  i ,��� or less.
FINDLAY MUNRO.
hated :'��� th Sept. 1909. 12-9
PASTURE HORSES.
Wu will iSn: tare hor iei al   our  ranch
I'm ������..: ni/ per head per month during ih- I
winter season.   Straw aud hay will   I
led if necessary.
I'.r JOSfil'H  DKENT & SON.
' '"l"^ W*|Me !
ff S if
,-~.���- s
Cool) MATERIAL
nf any description you may want.
ind of the best qunlity and ai
prices that will please you i.-
what you will get, if you send
your ii'-xl order to us. Our lum-
ler is dependable and your order
.vill have prompt and careful attention.
Everything in the way of inside
trim, siding, shingles,  etc., etc.
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.
m trees irees
ALIIN GROVE.
Mrs. L. A. Clark is visiting in
Hedley this week.
Miss E. Manning is under the
doctor's care at present.
Mrs. John McLennan and
daughter, Jessie, of Okanagan
Falls, spent Sunday last here.
VV. J. Farleigh passed away on
Sun lay night, after a short illness.
Alex. Ford, of Vancouver is
here with a party looking over
his mining claims.
Mrs. E. Morrison, of Pollock,
Idaho, arrived here last week to
visit her father, the late VV. J.
Farleigh.
PEACHLAND.
KllOM
NOTIUJ
Layntz Nurseries,
Victoria, B. C.
We hiiv.' ;i fine stuck "f all the leading
\ arieties on hand.
All stock is propagated  from   fruiting
trees rendering practically no risk
Similkameen Division,   District of Yale, i        n'^ "���'' ""trueness to name.
Take   " ��      ,,;;lt    A .���,���.   ge j m ���, ^ m _ m ?m ^ m]
i la ii lo, ol Ivaleai ti, a. (   occupal ion
" " :h:"''   '"'V'1''  '"  :'i"'':   for  per- \y,.;,,. for catalogue
ihissi hi in purchase the   following  de-       ,     .     , ,
seribfri land- "!   I'nee list to our local representative
���    I'nTunienein ', a', a po.-.l planted at the
ri'Tih-riis!- comer   of   the  norlh-wesi
(IH.ill.T     of
|Oi limns; thi i
poflh 40 i-hainsj and thence east 20
i li lin ��� i" ��� h ��� i":;-,: i I' comm ncemonl.
and i ontaining SO m-iv . more or li ��� i.
AUTiiri; : EAMAN HATFIELD.
KaUluh, D. C..,
,.:iii; September, 1939. 18-9
Miss Leone Morrison returned
from the coast on Thursday evening.
George Beveridge, of Vancouver, is in town this week, thi; j his fruit lot south of town, pur-
guest of his sister, Mrs. H. chased the property adjoining
Cossar. and will have the whole planted
Miss E. Kinney spent Thanks-' next spring.
left on Tuesday morning for
Dryden, Ont, where they will
spend the winter months.
Mrs. J Gummow spent a couple
of days this week with friends in
Kelowna.
Rev. Mr. Estabrooke, of Summerland, filled the pulpit in the
Baptist church on Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Hood, of Summerland, are visiting in town
this week.
NARAMATA.
W. E, Welby, of I\ nticton was
in town for a few hours one day
this week.
N. J. Ellis, of Summerland,
spent Saturday in our vicinity.
Miss Gwen Robinson, after
several weeks spent visiting
friends in Vancouver, returned
to her home on Monday evening.
H. R. Cameron, of Branch n,
while in town last week making
provision for the development of
ri3.y
Steel Karage ^^f
Fresh air is introduced into
the Kootenay oven through a
series of vents at the bottom
of the oven door, and the
cooking" fumes carried out
througfh another series of
vents at the back of the oven.
(Arrows  in
illustration
-Vriion   11.  thence   soulh
i nr ��� w ." 20 "mint, thenc
A. E. HOYKR;
Ki:i.O\V.\A.        - \\. i .
giving with relatives in Penticton.
Rev. J, J. Nixon returned on
Wednesday evening alter a short
visit to the coast.
Mrs. Norman Davi lson, who
spent a couple of weeks with
friends in victoria, returned on
Tues lay night,
Mrs. A. J. McKenzie and child-
Mesdames Robinson and Gilles-
were visitors to Vernon for a few
days this week.
Messrs.Chas. and John Nichol,
of Winnipeg, were registered at
the hotel last Saturday.
Mrs.  Capt.   Languedoc   spent
part of the week in Summerland, If
the guest of Mrs. H. J. Solly.       j _
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lyons have!
show method C^y.r///
S~ot ventilation .)~~
* 5�� The air in the
oven is always
kept pure. The
natural flavor
of   every
article  is
completely
retained
Everything
tastes most
delicious.
FREE
Booklet
on request.
(i*��x^^
For sale by the Penticton Hardware Co.
WATER NOTICE.
NOTIt 'E is hereby given thai an ap
(ilieal nm v, ill be madi under Pari V. ol
bhe "W lin i Ian ��� i Act, 11)0!)," to obtain ii lieen ie :n the Similliatneeii I liv i
. i"'.:'.'i Yale I i I rict.
'I'.lie name and oci uj)ation of tho Bp-
lii nm   William M. 'l'homas, Okanagan
mi,
I'd i
ills, I'.inn-r.
The name of the lako, strenm or
source : Small creek and springs rising
and running Into l.ni IG5, near centre
of eastern line of . aid lot (now known
ii ' Uankin's i pring  I.
The point of di\ ersion:  In Lol 1(15.
The ijunnlity of wator applied for (in
cub '  fi ''i per i fici nd): i Ine (1).
Tl haracter of Ihe proposed works:
I lilch, flume inul pipes.
I he pi emisei on w hich the  water  i  |
to be tr ed:    Lol  IH i.
The p irpn ie: foi \\ hii h the water ii
tu be usi d:    Uonn   l ic and irri ral ion,
[f fnr n rigation desc ihe Lhe land in-
Lendi d to be in igated, gi\ ing acn age :
North Imli ul' l,oi Kir,.
'I in I nm ii (i  : .. .  |,,, iJed   mi   the    tilth
Hn t of Octob r, I'JOil, und appl ca
i ioti '���. ill lie made lo lhe < li mnn. ii hi i
on the liith rlai ol Novi mix r, KJOil
Wil MA, I  M. TIIUM \S,
' l-l I ll  mi ...;;,,,   (ra]|        i;    I ���
(Per agent, John M. 'I hoinas.)
GAUBf'S FRUIT STORE.
Candies <iii<! Bis<iiits always
I rcsh.
11 :ii;, in Season.
H\  AND  LUNCHES   M_f(Vf:D.
B. J. FINGH
Painter, Paperhanger
and Si<%u Writer
Picture Framing a Spe<:ia!fcy.
WALL PAPER Carried in Stock.
MA IN S TREE T.
TIIE
PENTICTON DAIRY
Daily delivery of Fresh Milk to
all parts of the town.
H. M. McNeill.     .     Prop.
FOR QUICK SAL!:.
One acre  more or  less,   corner  lot,
pari  planted;   cabin nn   it.    Also  disk
I and plough,    blasy i erins.
Airly E, IVES.
Ill I Penticton.
LAUNCH LOR SALE
:'*;   I'uol   (rasoline   Launch,   In  horse
power i cycle < iijrnii'.    I'i ice $800.
A,,,,ly
III II. CONNER.
WOOD FOR SALE.
j run spent Saturday in   Kelowna.   moved into their new home near
Mrs. Jas. Silver spent Thanks- the school
giving with friends in  Kelowna.
Mrs. vicary and little daughter
Mr. and Mrs.   J.   Scott  have
moved down town for the winter
Peterboro' Skiffs
Canoes, Launches
Are acknowledged to be the best on the market.
We sell then f.o.b. Penticton at as low a figure as they
can be bought at any other point in the Okanagan. Consult us before purchasing.
164 foot Canoe Skiff, painted basswood, 1 pr oars $58.00
17" " " " "        2       "      62.50
18 " " " "        2       "      65.00
17.1 " " " '���        2       "      62.50
These are very seaworthy skiffs, easy to row, and well finished.
,, ,��� ,       i   ,,    ,   ;.;, .,,!���,,, .  ,,     ,    ,   .,     ,.,      ,i  With the exception of the 164 foot are all  fitted with  four seats.
Local Option convention held at > -it to bury the  body ?    Shn old bow and s(,ern'seats removable.    All are fitted with keel which adds
Paddles furnished without extra cost with
returned, from the coast on Sat-land-will occupy the Palmer cot-
iir lay after a lengthy visit. | tage.
Rev. Mr. McKay, of vancou-1 Robt. Wilkins has receiverHh/j
ver, lectured in the church on | contract for clearing and fetich? g
Thursday evening, his subject j the ten acre lot belonging to p.
being "The Holy Land." The Wells, of Battle Creek, M.loh.,
lecture was much enjoyed. While and has already comnTjucoif op-
here, he and Mrs.   McKay  were orations.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ur-
quhart.
The representatives  from the
A horse belonging to some unknown person died this w tek
over near J. V_. Shreck's.     ri?he
different churches  here  to  the question arises,  whose  busin 3SS
m-
vernon this week were Mr.   and - the matter not be referred to
Mrs.   II.   McDougald,   Mr.   and; health inspector?
Mrs. K. .1.  Hogg,   C.   G.   Elliott     A   mistake   occurred   in   '.ast
and Rev. ('. VV. Whyte. | week's issue as regards the i iate
M, .,��..Mrs. John Mctart-1tJZ^^'^%     "
Ian spent Saturday in   Kelowna. stead of Oct 25th
i    Miss Alice Elliott, of Enderby, I :  ^.
spent Thanksgiving   with   her
mother here,
Mrs. J, II. Ashdown and children left on Monday for Sicamous
\vliere her husband has secured
work.
^e j to their steadiness.
each canoe skiff.
DISTRICT
MUNICIPALITY of PENT.UON
Kiivl .class Wood
iv |unv ;. I'ine ii
measure ^uomntcn
IU 10
Any
Kir.
mgth
I'M.,I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN   tbat  15
the animal Bitting ���f the Court   of   Re- ! \(\
vision tor Urn District Municii ality  of
r. and Mrs.   I).   Kirk by  are  Penticton wiy, bo held on Mor day,' the
nby  girl i    ��    -^    November next; ? dW
16 foot Varnished Cedar Skiff, 2 pr. oars $65.00
17 do do do 70.00
18 do do do 75.00
T '^ese are built after the clinker or lapstreak style ;   are very
strong a'nd are extremely safe boats.     Four seats in each, and all
fitted with keel and rudder.
16   foot C*noe�� painted basswood, 2 paddles   $45.00^
17
varnished
stovc rejoicing over a lilt
and which arrived on Sunday
JOHN KEARNS.
Mrs. C.   G. Elliott and baby 15-3
By order of the Municipal ( Joun'cil.
Dated Oct. Ltith, 1909.
CHARLES   WERE,
Clerk.
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47.50'
50.00
50.00
60.00
65.00
15 "     varnished cedar strip
Consult us if you wish to purchase a Gasoline Launch.
W. J. CLEMENT.

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