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VOL. 3.   No. 43.
PENTICTON, B.C., SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1909.
1.00 Per Year In Advance
THE CANADIAN BANK    CONDITION of ORCHARDS
vJr    CUiTiiVlCfKwEr I Practically no   Injury Done   on
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
ESTABLISHED 1867
Bench by Severe Winter.
B. E. Walker. President. Paid-up Capital,  $10,000,000
Alexander Laird, General Manager.   Reserve FlUld,     -    6,000,000
of cover crops will eliminate all
j danger from loss by frost in
(future severe winters, as in
'every case where injury has occurred it has been just below the
: surface of the ground.
Local and Personal
Those having friends visiting them
will confer a favor by acquainting the
Press with the fact. All other local
news thankfully received.
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.
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A. B. Campbell.
A. E. Kay.
Campbell & Kay
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A Large Variety of Seasonable Goods.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Harness, Saddles, Riding Whips, Trunks,Valises
Gents' Belts, Etc.
Axle Grease, Axle Oil.    Harness Oil &. Dressings.
Boot and Shoe Polishes.
AGENTS FOR Agricultural Machinery, Wagons, Carriages
f Pi re, Life and  Accident Insurance f
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t Our Prices and Rates are the Lowest. ^
f Call and see for yourself.   Mail orders and enquiries solicited I
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|            Livery, Feed and Sale Stable jj
j|                      DIGNAN and WEEKS, Proprietors.     ' jj
^ If you ./ant a Stylish Outfit, this is the place to come.    You can always ��
K get teams just when you want them.    We make a specialty   of keeping 4
if good horses, safe rigs, carrful drivers and also saddle and pack  horses. 'A
K We are also putting in Hay and Grain for sale, and as we buy  for  cash j!
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g              Special  Attention To The  Wants Of Commercial  Men. g
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 6 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.
| ThBGIDEDLY   J^Ewj
$   Ladies' White Summer Waists, 75c. to $3.75  *
V   Ladies'Wash Skirts, from      =     $1.25 to 5.00
J   Children's Wash Suits, from     -   75c. to 2.75 S
X  We have many other lines to show you at prices f
to suit anyone.
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v The Ladies' and Men's Furnisher, $
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MAIN STREET,
If
Hitherto we have refrained
from publishing anything relative to the damage done the
orchards in the vicinity of Penticton by the unusually hard
winter which has been passed
through. Our object has been
to wait until growing time set in
80 that the exact amount of damage might be ascertained. In
order to gain the required information at first hand, on Tuesday
afternoon we visited a number
of orchards on the bench and the
report here submitted is based
upon what we personally observed, supplemented, in detail,
by conversation with a number
of the growers.
Many of our readers living at
a distance will be pleased to learn
that reports of damage done to
the Okanagan peach orchards
have, at least so far as Penticton
is concerned, been greatly exaggerated. We only hope that
other sections of the great fruit
growing valley of western Canada may have passed through
the winter as well.
We have not seen nor heard of
any damage whatever done to
apple, cherry, plum, prune or
pear trees, either on the bottom
land or on the bench. The damage done to peach trees on the
gravelly land of the bottom has
been considerable, but as out
inspection has as yet been confined chiefly to the bench, where
by far the greater number of
orchards exist, we cannot speak
with authority regarding the
bottom.
On the bench, Mr. H. Leir's
orchard looks vigorous, both in
leaf and blossom. Mr. A. J.
Christie said he had lost twenty-
five peach trees out of five hundred. Of his Elberta peaches
he had not lost a single specimen, and his apricot and almond
trees had also come through
equally well. Mr. P. H. Eraut
had lost some almonds and thirty
peach trees out of seven hundred
and fifty, but both his apricots
and nectarines caue through all
right. Mr. Glass' peaches seem
to be later in leafing, but we did
not observe any dead trees. Mr.
D. A. Stuart reports only four
dead peach trees out of six hundred. Mr. B. A Shatford said
he had not lost a single peach
tree out of an ordiard of fifteen
hundred. In adcition to this his
trees are loadel with bloom.
The upper portbn of Premier
McBride's orchaid looks fi.ie, but
we were inforned that some
damage was don; to the lower
portion. Mr. C. L. Rogers said
! that no serious danage had been
done his four lundred peach
traes, and that all )thers, including apricots and almond nut
trees had come thrtugh all right.
Along the upper road the orchards looked equaly well if not
! better.    That of Mi, J. H. Munson,  K. C, receivel practically
j no damage and is laden   with
I blossoms.    The lots of C.  W.
|Risteen,   of   Winnipeg,   E.    F.
Bennett, and all  otters in  the
vicinity looked all thai, could be
desired.     Many othei' orchards
belonging   to   absentees   looked
equally well.
i In this review we nave confined onrselves to the older orchards, but the youiger ones,
both from observatioi and report, appear to have- fared as
well as those that lave been
longer planted out.
Regarding the prospets for a
peach crop this yea, we can
only add that the blesoms are
there and the result dpends' upon future weather coriitions.
It is believed that te planting
Gahan���Clegg.
(From the Ulverston Advertiser.)
The marriage took place on
Wednesday at the Parish Church,
Ulverston, of Mr. William Henry
Townsend Gahan, Barrister,
elder son of Dr. Beresford Town-
send Gahan and Mrs. Gahan of,
British Columbia, and county
Water ford Ireland, and Miss
Gwendoline Mary Clegg, second
daughter of the late Mr. John
Clegg, and of Mrs. Clegg, Priory
Park, Ulverston. The Bride
was led up the aisle by her
brother, Mr. John Clegg, and
given away by her mother, and
she was attired in a gown ot
ivory satin charmeuse, and
trimmed with Brussels lace
d'applique, pearl embroidery,
and orange blossoms. She wore
a tulle veil and wreath of orange
blossoms, and carried a sheaf of
Madonna lilies. The two bridesmaids, Miss Irene Clegg and
Miss Watt, wore pale blue silk
gowns, trimmed with lace and
touches of gold, and black
picture hats. They carried bouquets of pale yellow Marguerites,
and wore gold and pearl brooches,
the gift of the bridegroom. Mr.
Bertram Clegg acted as best
man.
The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. J. U. N. Bardsley,
Rector, assisted by Rev. Dr.
Wall, Rector of Aldingham.
Mrs. Clegg afterwards held a
reception at Priory Park, which
nuts largely attended, where the
many and beautiful presents
were on view. Later in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. H. T.
Gahan took their departure en
route for the south of Ireland,
the bride travelling in a Direc-
toire costume of pastel blue cloth
and picture hat.
Municipal Council.
Meeting held Thursday, April
29. Present, the Reeve and
Councillors Murk, Hatch and
Power. Minutes of previons
meeting read and adopted.
Communications from H. F.
Wilmot re collection of taxes,
and from Mrs. Colebank re
stable on Fairview Ave. A
letter from F. H. LeQuesne
quoting for Fresno scrapers was
received.
Murk-Hatch, that two Fresno
scrapers and extra pieces as per
list be purchased at prices stated
by Mr. LeQuesne, and charged
to the Board of Works account.
Carried.
The Clerk was instructed to
inform Mrs. Colebank that her
complaint would be attended to.
Murk- Power, that the clerk
be instructed to notify the Trustees of the recreation grounds
that no further improvements
could be made there until the
council were in possession of report of Trustees ; also in receipt
of monies collected in connection
with same.   Carried.
H. Murk asked leave to introduce Assessment By-law,
which was read a first time.
Hatch-Power, that the appoint-1
ment of Messrs. Dignan & Weeks
as    poundkeekers   be    satified.
Carried.
Murk-Hatch, that a committe
of the council be appointed to
confer with the managing directors of the S, O. Land Co. re the
acquiring of the lake shore frontage, from Martin St. west, by
the municipality.   Carried
Hatch-Power, that notice re
Fire protection By-law be sent to
outside parties owning land within the area mentioned is said Bylaw.    Carried.
Meeting adjourned.
Kelowna is planning a celebration for Empire day.
Picture framing neatly done
at Steward's Furniture Store.
W. S. Munson, of Kelowna,
spent a day in town this week.
Japanese Jute rugs.    75c. $1.-
50,  $2.00 at Steward's.   Can-
1 not wear them out.
Mr. W. T. Shatford returned
on Monday after a few days
absence up the lake.
W. H. T. Gahan returned
from England on Thursday accompanied by his bride.
Just recieved, a second shipment of Bambo Blinds 7 and 8
feet wide, at Steward's.
Keep your eyes on our advertising columns. It will pay
you to note the changes each
week.
Mrs. E. Foley-Bennett will be
at home on Wednesday the 12th
for the last time, until next
October.
Owing to the absence of Rev.
Mr. Hood at the Synod there will
be no service in the Presbyterian
Church next Sunday evening.
See our new carriages and go-
carts, with extra heavy gears,
for Penticton streets. C. A. C.
Steward.
Rev! R. W. Hibbert and Thos.
Roadhouse, as lay delegate, attended district meeting of the
Methodist church this week at
Vernon.
Mrs. J. Hood had the entire
stock of goods in her store removed to Summerland on Tuesday. She will open up business
in that town.
Rev. Mr. Baker will preach in
the Methodist Church on Sunday
evening next, in the absence of
Rev. Mr. Hibbert. There will
be no morning service.
Negotiations are still under
way regarding the establishment
of a public library. It is hoped
to secure both the McGill and
provincial circulating libraries.
Still in stock, Silver Leaf
Maple, Catalpa Speciosa, Ash,
Elm, and Ailanthus shade trees;
also Virginia Creeper and
hydrangae. The Harris Nursery Co. Ltd.
J. H. Munson, K. C, of Winnipeg, is having the foundation
laid for a bungalow cottage on
the bench. His foreman, Mr.
Gilford and H. V. Agnew have
charge of the work; and it is
understood that Jas. Creighton
will do the wood work.
The Str. Okanagan resumed its
daily trips, Sundays excepted, on
Saturday, the 1st inst. It is
hoped that sufficient pressure
may be brought to bear upon the
C. P. R. to induce, or compel
that company to continue the
daily service throughout the
year, hereafter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Markle and
child are at present the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Greer,
having arrived from Toronto
last week. Mr. Markle owns
some town property, and he expects to make Pentiction the
future home of his family. Mrs.
Markle is a sister of Mrs. Greer.
The Council during the present
week have had teams engaged in
a very necessary work, that of
levelling and grading the streets
between the Hotel Penticton
ton and Armstrong's store.
During certain seasons of the
year the lower portion of this
street has been almost impassable.
Views of Penticton and vicinity, in book form, published by
J. A. Nesbitt, now on sale at
Nesbitt's,
The date of the annual fie'd
day at Summerland has been
changed from 24th inst. to Wednesday the 19th instant. All the
competitions will be closed to
outsiders with the exceptions of
the relay race which will be
open to any team. The race will
be a mile in length, and each
team will be composed of four
members. Penticton is invited
to compete in this race.
Spring in the Okanagan has
been about a month later this
year than usual. The days for
over a month have been quite
warm but the nights so cool that
there has been practically no
growth until a week or two ago.
During the past week, however,
the trees have sprung into leaf,
and the fruit trees into blossom.
On Monday the thermometer
registered 87 F. in the shade.
The executive of the Penticton
Aquatic Association met on Monday evening to discuss and formulate plans for future operations. It was decided, if possible, to obtain from the Council
the lease of a portion of the end
of Forbes St. for the erection of
a boathouse. It is purposed to
hold an aquatic celebration at
this point on July 1, and no effort
will be spared to advertise Pen-
ticton's peculiar advantages from
ao aquatic standpoint.
No news items make better
reading than real estate transactions. Besides they act as a
stimulus to the real estate business, We believe it would be to
the interest of each of the local
real estate agents to acquaint
the Press with every property
transaction they make. Nobody
could possibly be ashamed of the
fact that he bought property in
Penticton, and no agent that he
had made a sale. Agents in
other towns are always anxious
to publish the deals they make.
It starts people talking real
estate, creates business and
makes the town look alive.
5000APPLETrees
FOR SALE
AT HALF PRICE.
I am selling out my entire
Nursery Stock.
Sand in your want list for
quotations.
F. R. I DetlART,
KELOWNA, - B. C.
A. J. Henderson
Eye Specialist
Refracting   Oculist,   Doctor  of
Optics and
Scientific Optician
OF TORONTO, ONT., WILL Be' IN
PENTICTON
- ON-
Saturday, May 8th
at MAIN'S DRUG  STORE,   for  two
days only, Saturday and Monday.
Now do not miss this opportunity
to have your eyes examined and attended to by one who has had many
years practical experience with John
Wanless & Co., the leading Optical
Parlors of Toronto, besides four
years study of medicine. Nothing
but the  highest  class of work  done.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. THE PENTICTON PRESS. PENTICTON, B.C. MAY 8, 1909.
THE PENTICTON PRESS gations made by him during the1 J*
season of 1906 in   the   Crow's
ISSUED   EVERY   SATURDAY   ATLTT Mi. . *      .  0     .7 ai
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PENTICTON, B.C. BY ,     . , ,      , c     ,
berta,   more accurately denned
w. J. clement. ) as the valley of a middle fork of
Subscription $1.00 Per Year in ths 01d Man r'ver between the
Advance.   Foreign, $1.50.      i Livingstone range and the west-
  ] ern boundary of Alberta.
Advertising Rates:
Transient Advertisements���Not exceeding one inch, one insertion, 50c.;
for each additional insertion, 25c.
Lodge Notices, Professional Cards, &c.
$1.00 per inch, per month.
Land and Timber Notices���30 days, $5;
60 days, $7.
Legal Advertising���First insertion, 10
cents per line; each subsequent insertion, 5c. per line.
Reading Notices in Local News Column
]5c. per line, lirst insertion; 10c. per
line, each subsequent insertion.
Contract  Advertisements���Rates
ranged according to space taken
All changes  in   :<.ntract
ments  must be in  the  hands of the
printer by Tuesday evening  to  ensure
publication in the next issue.
Join the Board of Trade.
There is no institution in Penticton that is deserving of more
loyal support than the Board of
Originally this whole region
was heavily timbered, so the
reports of the explorers and
other visitors to the district say,
with the exception of a small
area (eighteen miles in extent)
situated above timber line. "So
numerous and so disastrous have
been the fires following in the
wake of travellers, settlers ana
railways," Mr. MacMillan
ar- j writes ' 'that at present, of the.
i original   212   square   miles   ofj
advertise-1iorest' only 33 square miles re- j
main." Moreover, the timperi
which is easiest to get at is the
first destroyed, and what is left
is situated at high levels and in
other places were it is hard to
get at.
Not only has timber originally j
on the land been  desroyed,   but
in some cases all possibility of
w.
DIRECTORY.
Vf-T-a   JnwrwawMgr:
Trade.   It has taken the initia
tive in nearly every movement|prodUcing7without'going to an
set on foot for the welfare of
the place.   Its labors have been
constant, and in many instances
have been fruitful of good results.   Through   the Associated
Boards of Trade of the Okanagan, every effort is being made
to secure lower freight rates and
better  transportation    facilities I
for the entire valley.   The incor-1
poration of the district into a |
municipality was first mooted by j
the local board as were the in- j
itial stets towards fire protectibn, J
and numerous other matters of I
local concern.
A Board of Trade is supposed
to be a business me.n's organ-!
ization which exists for the purpose of promoting every interest
of the community. Unfortunately, the local board has not received the support to which it
has been entitled from the business section in general. But for
a few enterprising members
it would have fallen to the
ground long ago.   A small knot,
enormous expense for artificial
planting, more timber (or anything else) on the land has been
taken away. In this Crow's
Nest valley alone there are, out
of the 212 square miles of its
total area, 85 square miles of
such land. Originally covered
by a heavy forest of fir, it is now
a "poor, gravelly prairie, unfit
for agriculture and of very little
use for grazing." One fire alone
does not usually have this effect,
but "a second or third rarely
fails to kill all the forest reproduction" (i. e., the little trees)
"to destroy the remaining seed
trees, to burn off the upper layer
of soil, and leave a desolate
waste," such as the country just
spoken of.
On portions of this area nature
has made a good start toward
creating a new forest. Sixty
square miles of the area are
covered by a dense growth of
young trees, the land so covered
We have been adding considerably to our stock
the past few weeks, and are better prepared than
ever to supply your wants. Look over this list and
see if there is not something: here that you have
been wanting.
Kitchen Furnishings
Double Roasters. If you have not
got one you will surely buy one of these.
Extra large size, 13x19, each $1.00.
Cake tins, the kind with the knife attachment. No trouble about getting
your cake out of the tin with one of
these.
Food choppers, raisin seeders, flour
sifters, "Electric" egg beaters, paring
knives, extension strainers, and an endless variety of other useful kitchen
articles.
Biscuits
Ginger Snaps, 2 lbs. for 25c.
Fancy Mixed Teas, per lb. 15c.
Arrowroot, social tea, zoo jokers,
cocoanut bars, wine, macaroons.
A big line of Huntley & Palmer's
biscuits in half pound packages at He.
and 20c. a package.
Confectionery and Fruit
Chocolates of class���Cadbury's, Low-
ney's, Smith's, and Victoria Cross���we
carry a big line of these goods.
Oranges,( Bananas and Lemoms, arriving every week.
Bulk Teas
Have you tried our bulk tea ? 30c,
40c, 50c and 60c per lb. You save from
10 to 20c per lb. and get the same quality as package tea.
Men's Furnishings
Straw hats, duster coats, neglige
shirts, duck pants. All lines of Men's
Furnishings have been added to.
Stationery
We have a nice line of box goods, also
envelopes, linen paper by the quire,
pads, exercise books, drawing crayons,
etc.
Pay our store a visit and note
the values we are offering.
mar SEaaagEaEESB EBB I
__     __ . lying too high on the hillsides
however, have always shown an Lnd being too rough> stony and
interest and have practically.al-1graveiiy to be fit for agriculture
or   valuable   for   grazing.   All
ways been present at meetings,
It is the desire of the present
executive to increase the interest, to see if more representative meetings cannot be had,
and to that end the annual subscription fee has been reduced
from five dollars to two fifty per
annum. It is now hoped that all
business people, and others interested, will take hold with a
will. The Board purpose advertising the district extensively
and is prevented at the present
time from doing so only by the
lack of funds.
Since Penticton is incorporated
the usefulness of the Board will
be greately increased. The
council will be anxious, on many
occasions, to ascertain the feeling of the business community
on questions confronting them,
and the Board of Trade alone
will be able to express that feeling. The executive, therefore,
earnestly trust that it may receive the active co-oneration of
every member of the community,
in the firm belief that such cooperation may prove of material
interest to all desirous of seeing
Penticton the banner town of
the Ol.anagan Valley.
Phone 25.
Ellis Street.
PENTICTON
Population. BOO. Area, 7,'HI acres. Maximum
temperature 19 JS, BfiWi F.; minimum temperature
lyOri. ��� ViF. Incorporated into a District Municipality Jan. 1, 19 9. Located at south end of Okanagan Lake. Communication by C. P. K. steamers un Okanagan Lake. Wagon road connects
with Summer) u d on west side of lake and all
points to the north ; also with Naramata on east
tide of lake, Okanagan Kalis, Fairview and Boundary country to the south, and all Similkameen
points to the southwest. The mildest climate in
Canada east of the coast. Public school with four
departments. Nursing Home, Cannery, Two
nurseries. Chief industry, the growing of fruit,
more particularly peachi's and other tender ki.ids.
Twelve hundred acres plant, d. Excellent boating
and b.ithing in the summer. Beautiful scenery.
A sunny climate. An ideal place t > spend either
the summer or winter months.
For business places see our advertising columns.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
Meets Thursday evenings in Council Room. Smith
street. A. II. Wade, Reeve. Chas. Were,
Clerk.
SCHOOL BOARD
meets 1st Monday in each month at 8 p.m. R.
Wiltjn, Sec'y-Treas.
BOARD OF TRADE
Annua! general meeting, 2nd Wednesday in January of each year. General quarterly meetings, 2nd Wednesdays in January, April. July
and October at h p.m. Affiliated with Okanagan Hoards of Trade. J. J. Hunter, Pres.;
M. C. Kendall. Sec'y.
CHURCH SERVICES
St. Saviour's Church, Fairview Avenue ; Vicar.
Kev. J. A. Cleland. Celebration of Holy Communion the 1st and 8rd Sundays of tlie month
after 11 o'clock matins; the 2nd Sunday at H a.
in. Morning prayer at 11 a.m, Evensong at
7:311 p.m.
Presbyterian services each Sunday in church at
11 a.m. or 7:80 p.m.    Kev. Jas  Hood, pastor.
Baptist services each Sunday in church, at 11 a.
in. or 7:iil) p. m.    Kev. A. K. Baker, pastor.
Presbyterian and Baptist services alternate,
morning and evening.
Methodist services in church each Sunday at 11 a.
m. and 7:3" p.m.; Sunday School 2:45 p.m.
Prayer meetings H p.m. on Wednesday. Rev.
K. W. Hibbert, pastor.
Youth: Peoples' Christian Union meets in the
Methodist church every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
SOCIETIES
A. F. & A. M. meet in Mason's Hall, Main St., 1st
Wednesday in each month at H p.m.
W. O. W. meet in Woodmens' Hail, Ellis St., 2nd
and 4th Saturday in each month at 8 p.m.
t O. O. F. meet in Odd Fellows' Hall, Main St.,
every Monday at 8 p.m.
L. O. L.  meet in Woodmen's Hall 2nd and 4th
Friday in each month at 8 p. m.
STAGES
Stage leaves for Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton, at 6 a. m. un Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Returns on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Stage leaves for Fairview and Oroviile on Tues-
lays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6:30 a. m. Returns on Mondays.  Wednesdays and Fridays at
POST OFFICE
Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p, m.
Registered Letter and Money Order wicket
closes 5 p. m.
Wicket opened for half an hour after mail is
distributed.
Arrivals ���Per Str, Okanagan: Daily except
Sunday t> p.m.; Per stage from Hedley, Keremeos, Olalla, Allen Grove, Oroviile, Fairview,
and White Lake: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m,
Closing���For boat and stages: 8 p. m. daily.
C. P. R. TIME TABLE
SHUSWAP & OKANAGAN BRANCH
Daily both ways during summer except Sunday.
Str. Okanagan leaves Penticton 5 a. m.
Train arrives at Sicamous 0,15 p. m.
Train leaves Sicamous 9.25 a. m.
Str. Okanagan arrives at Penticton 6 p. m.
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Forest Fires.
that this area requires in order
that it may again be covered
with dense forests is is protection from fire.
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The Spoilers
By REX E. BEACH.
Ccipyrieht.       100 5.      by      Rex      E.      Hench.
"I wonder whnt Helen was doing
there." (Jleulster answered Irrelevant
ly, for lie had been more shaken hy
bis encounter with her than at his part
In the iv-t of the enterprise, and 111*
mind, which should have been busted
with the flight, held nothing but pictures of her ns she stood in the half
darkness under the fear of his Winchester. "What If she ever learned
who that black ruffian was!" lie
quailed at tbe thought
"Say. Dex. I am going to marry that
Klrl."'
"I dunno If yon be or not." snld Pex-
try.   "Better watch McNamarn."
"What?" The younger man stopped
nnd stared.   "What do you mean?"
"Go on. Don't stop the horses. 1
ain't blind. I kin put two an' two together."
"You'll never put tho^e two together.
Nonsense! Why. the man's a rascal.
I wouldn't let him have her. Besides,
it couldn't be. She'll fl.'id him out. I
love her so much that���tb. my feelings
are too big to talk about." He moved
his hands eloquently. "You can't understand."
"Um-m! I s'pose not," grunted Dextry. but his eyes were level and held
the light of the past.
"He may he a rami!.'' '.h> old ranu
continued, after a little. "I'll put In
with you on that, but he's n handsome
devil, and as for manners lie makes
you look like a logafer. He's a brave
man too. Them three qualities are
trump cards and warranted to take
most any queen In the human deck-
red, white or yel'ow."
"If he dares." growled Glenlster.
while his thick brows came forward,
and ugly lines hardened in his, face.
In the gray of the early morning
they descended the foothills into tlif
wide valley of the Nome river anil
filed out across the rolling country to
the river bluffs where, cleverly concealed among the willows, was a
rocker. This they set up, then proceeded fi wash the dirt from the sacks
carefully, yet with tbe utmost speed.
for there was serious danger of discovery. It was wonderful, this treasure of the richest ground since the
days of '49, and the men worked with
shining eyes and hands a-tremble. Tbe
gold was coarse, and many ragged, ye'
low lumps, too large to pass through
the screen, rolled in the hopper, white
the aprons belliol witli Its we'-dit. In
tho pans which they had provided there
grew a glennllng heap of wet. raw gold.
Shortly, by divergent routes, the part
ners rode unnoticed into town and Into
the excitement of tho holdup news,
while the tardy still lingered over
their breakfasts. Tar out In tlie roadstead lay the Roanoke, black smoke
pouring from ber stack. A tug was returning from its last trip to her.
Glenlster forced his lathered hors^
down to the beach and questioned the
longshoremen who hung about.
"No. It's too late to get aboard -
the last tender Is ou its way hack,"
they informed him. "If you want to
go to the 'outside.' you'll have to wait
for the fleet. That only means another
week, and���there she blows now."
A ribbon of white mingled with the
velvet from the steamer's funnel, and
there came a slow, throbbing, farewell
blast.
Gleulster's Jaw clicked and squared.
"Quick, you men!" be cried to the
sailor;. "I want the lightest dory on
the beach aud the strongest oarsmen
in the crowd. I'd be back in live minutes. There's a hundred dollars In it
for you if we catch that ship."
He whirled and spurred up through
the mud of the streets. Rill Wheaton
wns snoring luxuriously when wrenched from lis bed by a disheveled man
who shook him Into wakefulness nnd
Into a portion of Irs clothes, with n
Storm of exeltu.l instructions. The
lawyer had neither lime nor opportunity for expo ".illation, for Glenlster
snatched n will e nnd swept into it a
litter of docur ;"its from tlie table.
"Hurry up, mail!" he yelled, ns (he
lawyer dived I' ������-illy nbout Ills office In a rnbbll like hunt for Items.
"My heiveus, are you dead? Wake
up! The Kli'p'.i I ���������' ������.���" With sleep
still In Ills ey ���:������. v 'i ��� ��� i was dragged
down the streel > 't ��� 'eh. where a
knot   ha !  as I i   witness  tlie
race. As the; i 'led Into (lie skiff,
willing ban i , : it out into the surf
on the crest o;' n roller. A few lifting
heaves nnd thry were over the bar
with the men at the oars bending the
white ash at (  swing.
"I guess I <r t forret anything,"
gasped Whe-'o        Im i ��� t on ills coat.
"I got ren \v ye ,..-. but I couldn't
find you last ni- t. so I thought the
deal was off."
Glenlster strip: ��� ! off his coat and.
facing the bow hod upon the oars
nt every stroke thus adding his
strength to that of the oarsmen. They
crept rapidly out "roni the beach, eat-
*, Ing up the two miles that lay toward
tho ship. He urged the men wltb all
Ills power till tho sweat soaked
through their clo lies nnd, under tholr
Clinging shirts, tlie muscles stood out
llko Iron, Thoy hail covered half the
distance when Wheaton uttered II cry
and Olenlster desisted from his work
with n curse, The Roanoke wns moving slowly,
The rowers re-tod, but the young
mini shouted at them to begin n'-nln
nnd, seizing n boat hook, stuck It Into
tho aria of his coat.   He waved this
on high while the men redoubled their
efforts. I-'or many moments they hung
In suspense, watching the black hull
ns it gathered speed, an 1 then, m they
were about to cense their effort, a puff
of steam burst from its whistle and
the next m< ment a short tout of recognition reached them. (Jleulster wiped
Ihe moisture from his brow and grinned at Wheaton.
A quarter of an hour later as they
lay heaving Ik'Iow the Bhip's steel sides
he thrust n heavy buckskin sack into
the lawyer's hand.
"There's money to win tlie fight, Bill
I don't know how much, but It's
���noUgb.   Uod bless you.    Hurry buck!'
A bailor cast them a whirling rope,
up which Wheaton clambered; then,
lying the gripsack to its end. they sunt
It after.
"Important:" the young man yelled
at the oiUcer on the bridge. "Government business." He beard a muflled
clang In the engine room, the thrash
of the propellers followed, and the big
ship glided past.
As Glenlster dragged himself up the
beach u|Hin landing Helen Chester called to him nnd made room for him beside her. It had never been necessary
to call him to her side before, and
equally unfamiliar was the abashment
or perhaps physical weariness that led
the young man to sink back in the
warm sand with a sigh of relief. She
noted that for the tirst time the audacity was gone from his eyes.
"I watched your race," she began.
"It was very exciting, and 1 cheered
for you."
He smiled quietly.
"What made you kerp ou after the
ship started? I should have given up
���and cried."
"I never give up atythlng that I
want." be said.
"Have you never been forced to?
Then it Is because you are a man.
Women have to sacrifice a great deal."
Helen expected him to continue lo
the effect that he would never give her
up���it was in accordance with his earlier presumption���but lie was silent,
and she was not sure Hint she llkod
him as well thus as when he overwhelmed her witli the boldness of his
suit. For Clenister it was delightful.
after the perils of the night, to rest
in the calm of ber presence and to feel
dumbly that she was near. She snw
him secretly caress a fold of her dress.
If only she had not the memory o.
that one night ou the ship. "Still, he
Is trying to make amends in the host
way he can." rhe thought; "Though
of course no woman could care for a
man who would do such n thing" Yet
she thrilled at the thought of tow he
had thrust his body lietween her and
danger, how. but for his quirk, insistent action, she would have failed In
escaping from the pest ship, failed lu
her mission and met death on the nighl
of her landing.   She owed bim much.
"Did you bear what happened to the
good ship Ohio?" she asked.
"No. I've been too busy to Inquire
I was told the health ollieers quarantined her when she arrived, that's nil."
"She wns sent to Egg island wilh
every cne aboard. She has been there
more thnn a month now and may nol
get away this summer."
"What a disappointment for the poor
devils on her!"
"Y'es. and only for vhat you did. I
should be one of them." Helen remarked,
"1 didn't do much," he said. "The
fighting part is easy. It's not half so
hnrd as to give up your property and
lie still wlille" ���
"Did you do that because I asked
you to���because I asked you to pul
aside the old ways?" A wave of compassion swept over her.
"Certainly." ho answered. "It didn't
come easy, but"���
"Oh. I thank you." said she, "I
know It Is all fir ,lho best, Uncle
Arthur wouldn't do anything wrong,
and Mr. McNamara is an honorable
num."
He turned toward her to rpeak, but
refrained. He could not tell her what
he felt certain of. She believed in her
own blood and In her uncle's frlonds-
aml It was not for hlin to speak of
McNamarn, The rules of Ihe game
sealed his lips.
She was thinking again. "If only you
had not acted as yon did." She hinged
to help him now in his trouble as he
had helped her, but what eou d she
do? The law was such a confusing.
Intrieilp  perple"l'"T thing.
"I spent last night at tlie Midas." she
told him. "and rode hack early this
morning. That was a daring holdup,
wasn't It?"
"What holdup?"
"Wily, haven't you beard Hie news?"
"No." he answered steadily. "I Just
got up."
"Your claim was robbed. Three men
overcame the wotchmnn nt midnight
and cleaned the boxes."
His simulation of evclted astonishment was perfect, and lie rained a
shower of questions upon her. She
noted with approval lhat he did not
look her In the eye, however. lie was
not nil accomplished liar. Now. Mc.
Namaru had a countenance nf Iron
Unconsciously she made comparison,
and tlie young man at her side did not
lose thereby.
"Yes, I saw It all." she concluded,
after recounting r...- details.   "The ne
gro wanted to bin I me so rhnt 1 could
not give the alarm, tint his chivalry
prevented. He was a most gallant
darky."
"V. bat did you do when they left?"
"Why, I kept my word and waited
until they were out of sight: then I
roused the camp and set Mr. McNa-
uiara and his men right after them
down the gulch."
"Down the gulch 1" spoke Glenlster.
off his guard.
"Y'es. nf course. Did yon think they
went upstream?" She was looking
squarely at hhn uow. and he dropped
his eyes. "No; tbe posse started in
that direction, but I put them right."
There was a:i odd light in her glance,
and he felt the blood drumming in his
ears.
She sent tbem downstream: No that
was why there had been no pursuit!
Then she must suspect���she must know
everything! Clenister was stunned.
Again his love for the girl surged to-
multnnusly within him and demanded
expression, But Miss Chester, no longer feeling sure that she had the situation In hand, hnd already started t(
return to llie hotel. "1 saw the mei
distinctly," she ' 'd lllm before the/
i<<>pnrated, "and I could Identify them
nl;."
.'.t his own house' Clenister found
Dc try removing tlie siaius of the
night's adventure.
"Miss Chester recognized us las1
night," he announced.
"How do you know'.'"
"She told me so just uow. and what'.-
more she sent McNamara and his
crowd down the creek Instead of up
That's why we got away so easily."
"'-..'c:l. well���ain't she a brick? She'-
even with us now. By (he way. 1
wonder haw much we cleaned up. any
how���let's weigh ii." Going to the bed.
Dextry turned buck the blankets, exposing four mooseskin sacks, wet and
heavy   where he bad thrown them.
'There must have been $20,000 wilh
what I gave Wheaton," said Clenister.
At that moment, without warning,
tin- d ior was Hung open, and as the
young man jerked the blankets Into
place be whirled, snatched tbe six
shooter that Dextry had discarded and
covered the entrance.
"Don't shoot, boy!" cried the newcomer, breathlessly. "My, but you're
nervous 1"
Glenlster drooped li!s gun. It was
Cherry .Malotte. and from her heaving
breast and the Hying colors in ber
cheeks Ihe nun saw sho had been
running. She did not give them time
to question, hut closed and locked the
door while the words came tumbling
from ber;
"They're on to you. boys���you'd bet
ter duck out quick. They're on their
way up here now."
"What!"
"Who?"
"Quick! I heard McNamara and
Voorhees. the marshal, talking. Somebody has spotted you for the holdups.
They're on their way now. I tell yon.
I sneaked out by the back way and
come here through the mud. Say. but
I'm a sight.'" She stamped her trimly
booted feet and flirted her skirt.
"I don't savvy what you mean." sold
Dextry. glancing nt Ids partner warn-
Ing'y.   "We ain't done nothin'."
"Weil, it's ail right then. I took a
long chance so you could make a getaway if yon wanted to. because they've
git   warrants   for you  for  that sluice
J- ^IH,
lgNrxmi'.:)
IS>   tout.
Tlie Iniir sucks were dropped snflly into
the jentllCi'y hiit.iini.
robbery last night. Here they are
now." She darted to the window, tlie
men peering over her shoulder. Coming up the narrow walk Ihey saw
Voorhees, McNamara and three others.
The bouse stiio.l somewhat Isolated
ami well hack on the tundra, so that
any one approaching It by tbe planking had an unobstructed view of the
premises. Escape was Impossible, for
lhi' hack door led out Into the ankle
deep puddles of the open prairie, uud
It was now apparent that a sixth mnn
had mnde a circuit and was approaching from the rear.
"My Cod! They'll search the place,''
said Dextry. and the men looked grimly in each other's faces.
Then In a Hash Glenlster stripped
hack the blankets and seized tlie
"pokes." leaping Into the back room.
In another Instant he returned with
Ihem and faced desperately the candid
baroness of the little room that they
lived and slept hi, Nothing could bo
hidden; it was folly to think of It.
There was a loft overhead, he remembered hopefully, theu realized that the
pursuers would search the*; first of
all.
"I told you he was a hard fighter,"
said Dextry as the quick footsteps
grew louder. "He ain't no fool, neither. 'Stead of our beln' caught In
Hie mountains, I reckon we'll shoot It
out here. We should have cached that
gold somewhere."
lie spun the cylinder of bis blackened Coll. while his face grew hard
and vulture-like.
Meanwhile Cherry Malotte watched
tht;   bunted   look   In   Gleulster's   face
grow wilder an'd theu stiffen into the
stubbornness of a man nt bay. The
posse was at the door now. .knocking.
The three insl 'e stood rigid and strained. Then Clenister tossed his burden
on the lied.
"Go   Into   the   back   room,   Cherry;
there's going to be trouble."
"Who's    there?"     Inquired    Dextry
through the door, to gain time.    Suddenly, without a word, the girl elided
lo the hot blast heater, now cold and
empty, which stood in a corner of the
room.     These  stoves,   used   widely   hi
the  north,  are  vertical  ircn  cylinders
into which coal is poured from above.
! She   lifted   the   lid   and   peered   in   to
| find  it  a   quarter  full  of dead  ashes,
I then   turned   wilh   shining  eyes   and
I parted  lips to Glenlster.    He caught
! the hint,  aud  In  an   instant the  foil*
1,"-acks   were   dropped   softly   into   llie
feathery  bottom and tbe ashes rake',
, over.    The daring  maneuver  was  nl-
i most as quick as the flash of woman's
wit thai prompted It and was carried
through while the answer t> Dextry'*
question wns still unspoken.
;    Then Glenlster opened the doo~ pare-
11< sslv and admitted tho grouii of u en
"lu'ii! got a search warrant to morc
trough your house." said Voorhees.
'What are you looking for?"
"Gold dust from Anvil creek."
"All right-search away."
They  rapidly   scoured   the premises,
covering  every   Inch,   paying  no  heel
to the girl,   who  watched  them   with
Indifferent eyes,  nor to the old man.
who glared at  their every movement.
ITo he continued.)
BABY
CARRIAGES and GO-CARTS
CARRIAGE   g  inch  tires $21.85
"     '���        \     "       "      14.85
"     "        I      "       "       11.25
GO-CART -J     "       "     $24.30
"     "        A     "       "      23.20
"     "        h      "       "      14.40
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NOTE ��� We will duplicate the prices of any responsible mail order
house, or do better, if possible.
PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY.
C. A. C. STEWARD, Phone No. 9.
M. C. KLNDALI-,
Notary Public.
U. R. MASON.
DON'T wait
to say last May I could have bought that corner lot 100
ft. frontage facing the lake for $650.00 cash.
KENDALL & MASON
Land, Financial and Insurance Agents.
PEACHLAND.
Mrs. Hood, of Summerland,
with her children, is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Urquhart, this
week.
Chas. Wilson came up from
Naramata on Thursday morning.
Mr. Gus Anderson, of Grande
Pre Ranch, Kelowna, was a visitor to town last week. While
here he was the guest of Jno.
Gummow.
Mrs. Alf. Towne was hostess
at a dainty afternoon tea on
Wednesday afternoon.
Miss H. Gummow returned
from Kelowna on Wednesday
after being absent for a couple |
of months under treatment for
her eyes which, we are pleased
to note, are very much improved.
Mrs. J. Seaton visited points
down the lake last week.
Mrs. M. N. Morrison visited
friends at Kelowna on Thursday
and Friday, returning on Friday
night.
Mrs. Jas. Ashdown, of Fernie,
Alta., arrived on Friday night to
spend a short while with her
family here.
The Girls' Handicraft Club met
at the home of Miss Verna Callendar on Thursday afternoon.
Messrs. Beveridge and Keely,
of Kelowna, came down in their
gasoline yacht on Thursday
morning, returning the following
evening. While here they were
guests of Mr. Beveridge's sister,
Mrs. H. Cossar.
A company of about fifteen in
the form of a surprise party took
possession of Mr. and Mrs.
Keyes' home on Wednesday
night where a most enjoyable
time was passed away by all.
A party of six, comprising
Mesdames Towne, Pollard and
Lewis, Rev. J. J. Nixon and
Messrs. Coldham and Garraway,
drove to Kelowna on Friday, returning the same evening.
Mrs. D. Kirkby, nee Miss McLaughlin, an ex-member, entertained the Girls' Handicraft Club
Friday afternoon in honor of
Miss Warnicker, who is leaving
with her people soon for their
Winnipeg home.
Mr. Wm. Urquhart, of Edmonton, is visiting his family here.
He is accompanied by Rev.
Bryce of that city.
Messrs. McDougall and Douglas were visitors at Vernon this
week.
On Monday evening Mr. and
Mrs. H. Cossar opened their
spacious parlors to their many
friends, who took advantage of
this occasion to bid good-bye to
Mr. S. Stains, who has been an
active worker in the church and
B. Y. P. U. The evening was
most enjoyably spent in games
and music, and the guests dispersed after wishing Mr. Stains
all success in his work at the
coast.
Mr. Harry Logan, who has
been   spending    the    last    sixt
months at college in Manitoba,
arrived on Monday night to spend
his holidays with his parents
hers.
Mr. H. Cossar was a visitor to
Kelowna on Monday.
The Ladies' Society of the
Methodist Church met at the
home of Mrs. Needham on Friday af teonoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Keyes entertained the Glee Club on Thursday
night.
Cottage Prayer Meeting was
held at Mrs. Thompson Elliott's
on Tuesday evening.
Mr. C. S. Stevens, of Summer-
land, with his gang of men, is
looking after his interests here
in the telephone system.
JUST ARRIVED
Another car of
McLaughlin    Carriages
Aiso a
Car of  Cockshutt   Goods
Comprising the following :���
Adams'   Log   Trucks,   Adams'
Teaming  Trucks,   Adams' one-
horse   Wagons    (low   wheels),
Adams' Lorries and Drays.
Cockshutt 3, 2, and 1-horse
Plows.
Cockshutt Drag and Lever and
Spring-Tooth Harrows.
Cockshutt Wheel Scrapers and
Drag Scrapers.
Cockshutt 1-horse Cultivators.
Cockshutt Potato Diggers.
Also Bolster Springs, Light and
Heavy Harness, Sharpies Cream
Separators, I. H. C. Gas Engines,
Ideal Pumping Plants, etc.
Cad and Inspect our Stock.
S. T. ELLIOTT,
KELOWNA, B. C.
SowSutton'sSeeds
Write to-day for catalogue.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.,
80tf Vancouver, B. C.
FOR SALE
The office, shed, stable and cold storage
build nga of the Okanagan Nursery Co.,
Main St.    Apply
J. J. HUNTER.
40- Assignee.
NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that all persons owning lots within and
adjoining the hereinafter described
area, that is to say:
From Okanagan Lake south on Ellis
street to Eckhardt Avenue, thence
west to Winnipeg Street, thence north
to Okanagan Lake, are required within
thirty days from date of this notice to
cut, clean up, and burn or remove all
underbrush up to one inch in diameter,
and all inflammable matter upon the
said lots to the satisfaction of tne Municipal Council, and in the event of such
clearing not being done, the Council
will have the said work done, and it
shall be charged as a special assessment against the said lots.
This notice is given under the terms
of the "Fire Protection By-Law."
By order.
43-3 CHARLES WERE,
Municipal Clerk.
Dated May 8th, 1909.
TO LET
Furnished  house  to  let.    Apply at
office of PENTICTON PRESS.
43-tf
FOR SALE.
Acre lot on Winnipeg St., cleared,
fenced and irrigated; well, pump and
lots of water ; house 20 x 20 ; stable,
buggy sheds, chicken house and yard ;
price $1,350. Two J acre lots on Winnipeg St., irrigated; price $350 each.
For thirty days only.    Apply
A. J. BEARD,
43-tf
Penticton, B. C
FOR SALE
Business block on Main Street; two
storey with two compartments downstairs and hall upstairs, $2,500. Lot 63,
seven and one-half acres on Fairview
Road, $2,200. J. D. McDonald,
12-tf Potlatch, Idaho.
SITUATION WANTED
Young man wants situation on ranch.
Stock ranch preferred.   Can butcher if
required.       Apply
43-2 PENTICTON PRESS.
FOR SALE.
Two Hundred and Sixty-Three Acres:
about 30 acres can be cultivated and
watered ; over J mile lake frontage ;
2 acres six year old bearing orchard; 5
additional acres cleared for crop ; 2
springs at house ; wharf 170 ft. long ;
good log house; 6 chicken houses; good
stable 16x16 with hay loft and shingled
roof; lean-to 16x16 ; good corral ; good
root cellar where nothing froze this
winter; first water right on Shoot
Creek for 100 inches ; unlimited range
for stock ; 5 miles from Naramata ;
wagon road will be built this year or
next; one of the most delightful locations in the Okanagan. Last year the
owner was asking ten thousand for
place but as he has something else in
sight now, he will sell for six thousand.
This is a bargain.
Apply for particulars at the PRESS
office, or to F. G. ANDERSON,
Summerland, B. C.
NOTICE
DRESSMAKING.
MISS A. K. LOOMER,  Fashionable
Dressmaking and Ladies' Tailoring.
40-3 Martin Street, Penticton.
NOTICE
(let your name on the voters' list
ill cost voi
Fruss office.
It
will cost vou nothing.     Apply at  the
W. J. CLrJMENT,
Commissioner.
TO RENT OR SELL
Eight Roomed House,   well  finished.
Witn acre of land.    Will rent at reasonable figure to right party.
43-tf KEV. A. F. BAKER.
j Similkameen Division of Yale District.
Take Notice that Alexander Henry
Steven, of Summerland, in the province
of British Columbia, occupation Accountant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
lands: ���
Commencing at a post planted at tho
southwest corner of lot number 104 S,
thence west 20 chains; thence north 40
chains; thence east 20 chains; thence
south 40 chains to the point of commencement, and containing one hundred
and sixty acres, more or less.
ALEXANDER HENRY STEVEN.
Summerland, 24th March, 1909.
EGGS !      EGGS !
From pure-bred White Leghorn, S. S.
Hamburg, Buff Orpington, P. Barred
Rock, White Wyandottes, Buff Cochins,
$1.50 per setting. Also baby chicks at
25 cents apiece.
JOSEPH BOUDIN,
41-3 Box 239.        Penticton. THE PENTICTON PRESS, PENTICTON, B.C., MAY 8, 1909.
Additional Locals
L. W. Shatford, M. P. P., accompanied by Road Supt. Dear-
dorff, has been spending the last
two or three weeks in various
parts of the Similkameen looking
after the interests of his constituents.
The first fire department
organized in Penticton has gone
out of existence. At a meeting
of the Executive, held Tuesday
afternoon, the equipment together with the funds in the
bank, amounting to $124.60,
was turned over to the municipality. This was deemed the proper
course to take since it will now
be the duty of the municipal
government to look after fire
protection. It was thought fit to
recognize the services of J. W.
Edmonds, the secretary of the Department, and a resolution was
unanimously passed presenting
him with a souvenir valued at ten
dollars. Mr. Edmonds, replied
in a few words, thanking the
Executive for their recozintion
of his work. The equipment
handed over to the council
comprise ladders, ropes, buckets,
a cart and a chemical exting-
isher.
Victoria Day at Kelowna.
The first event will be a Marathon Road Race at 10 a. m.,
starting and finishing at wharf,
over a 9 mile course, when prizes
valued at $50, $25, $15 and $10
will be awarded. Open to all
comers.   Entrance free.
Sports in the park in the afternoon, commencing at 1:30 sharp.
Valuable prizes will be awarded
f )r the following:���Quarter mile
track race, 220 yards track race,
100 yards track race, 120 yards
hurdle race, half mile track race,
sack race, three legged race, one
mile track race, obstacle race,
high jump, pole jump, 100 yards
(boys under 14 years), 100 yards
(girls under 14 years), ladies'
race (100 yards), long jump,
climbing greasy pole.
Events open to all comers.
Entries will be taken up to an
hour before each race. Entrance
fee to each single race 25c. Entries received now by finance
committee.
Weather Report.
Observations at Dominion Government Meteorological Station
at Penticton for the month of
April 1909:
DATE
MAXIMUM MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE      TEMPERATURE
1 59   28
2 63 	
3 57 	
4 60 	
5 61	
6 56J	
7 58 	
8. 66 	
!�� 59 	
10 65 	
11...
12...
13...
14...
15...
16...
17...
18...
19...
20...
21...
22...
23...
24...
25...
26....
27....
28....
29....
30....
31....
...60 ...
...61 ...
...56 ...
...57 ...
...62 ...
...58 ...
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...54 ...
...58 ...
...62 ....
...72 ....
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...68J....
...85 ....
...61},..,
...55 ....
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...69 ....
. 26
. 22J
. 33
. 34
. 23
. 25
. 35
. 41
. 34}
. 36
. 39
. 31}
. 33
. 30
22
23
23}
30
21
30
36
36
35
3r
The total rainfall w?
10
39
33
31
43
i
.05 inches.
TF ,E
PENTirgON DAIRY
MH��lr,eryof Fresh Milk to
w parts of the town.
��. M. McNeill,    .     prop.
CHAS. L BURTCH
Butcher
WHOLESALE  and   RETAIL
Goods delivered to any part
of the town daily.
Prompt attention given to mail
ORDERS.
Phone 21. p. o. Box 203.
The Southern Okanagan Land
Company, Limited
LANDS
Our Irrigation system having been completed for
the Lake Skaha benches we are now offering under this
water system some 300 acres in five and ten acre tracts,
at $100.00 to $150.00 per acre.
On the Penticton benches we still have for sale
irrigated about 160 acres, at from $100. oo to $125. oo per
acre. All our bench lands are admirably adapted for
fruit.
On the Penticton flats we have open clean meadow
suitable for small fruits, vegetable and hay, at $150. oo
per acre.
Uncleared land suitable for fruit [but stoney and
wooded] $5o.oo to $loo.oo per acre.
Uncleared land quite free of stone, suitable for
hay or garden stuff, $loo.oo per acre.
Terms on all the above one quarter down, one
quarter each year with interest at 6 per cent, on deferred
payments.
ACRE LOTS
In Penticton and on Okanagan Lake Beach $3oo.oo
to $45o.oo.       On Lake Skaha Beach $4oo.oo.
TOWN LOTS
We have a great many excellent buys in town
property (business and residential). Anything we show
you will advance in value 5o per cent, within a year.
Get in now, you can make money and take no chances by
purchasing our lands.
S. GRAY
Wishes to announce that he is opening a
Photographic Studio
In the Rowcliffe Block
KELOWNA
-ABOUT MAY 1st.���
Twenty-five years' experience in Portraiture has en-1
abled him to attain success in this branch.   The    |
latest styles in mounts will be kept in stock.        i
Eggs For Hatching
From Northup's Prize
Winning Laving Strain
SINGLE COMB
BLACK MINORCAS
This Pen, thai is headed bv a prizewinner male, imported, from the
above strain, is not any experiment, but have proven their egg-
producing qualities in size and
number.
LIMITED NUMBER OF SITTINGS
FOR SALE AT
$2.00    -   3 for $5.00.
Be Satisfied with only the Best
J. S. HEALES.
r
WATCH
this space next
week
A. H. WADE
General Merchaiit.
Phone 6.
-GARDEN   TOOLS-
Lawn Sprinklers. Rubber Hose.
Sheet Packing.
White Lead, Oil, Mixed Paints, Agate Wall Finish.
BRUSHES FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
PENTICTON   HARDWARE   CO.
Place Your Insurance With
The Very Best Companies.      It Pays.
You cannot afford to take any chances.
WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUE-ABSOLUTE SECURITY.
RECORDS COUNT:--
Liverpool & London & Globe.
Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd.
Atlas Assurance Co., Limited.
Union Assurance Society, Ltd.
Canadian Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.
Phoer.vix Assurance Co., of London.
North British & Mercantile.
British America.
KENDALL & MASON,    "��3?
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
A great city is springing into being in British
Columbia.   It is Prince Rupert���the city of destiny.
Prince Rupert is the terminus of the Grand Trunk
Pacific���the emporium of Northern British Columbia,
Alaska and the Yukon���the centre of the great fishing industry of the north���and destined to be one of
the great commercial and industrial centres of population on the continent.
Between 2,000 and 2,400 lots will be offered for sale
by public auction in Vancouver,  B. C, May 25th to 29th.
T.^rm3: ���r/n-qnrle.'cas'i: bilance one, two and
three years at six per cent, interest. Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which-means, that all titles are
guaranteed by the British Columbia Government.
No city in the making ever presented to the
world greater possibilities than Prince Rupert. What
San Francisco is to California���what Portland is to
Oregon ���what Seattle is to Washington���and what
Vancouver is to Southern B. C., Prince Rupert will
be to the great developing region of the North.
For maps and further particulars, write
G. D. RAND,
Agent for Government and Railway.
Vancouver, B. C.
3Z.BJ
Trees Trees Trees
-FROM-
���=-���*V
Layritz Nurseries,
Victoria, B. C.
We have a fine stock of all the leading
varieties on hand.
All stock is propagated  from  fruiting
trees rendering practically no risk
regarding untrueness to name.
GIVE US A TRIAL - OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
Write for catalogue
and price list to our local representative
A. E. BOYER,
KEL.CN VIS Ai      -      i*. c.
E. J. FINGH
Painter, Paperhanger
and Sign Writer
Picture Framing a Specialty.
WALL PAPER Carried in Stock.
MAIN STREET.        *
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that all persons using the irrigation
water in such a manner as to allow the
waste water to run on the public roads
will be held responsible for all damage
winch may occur through their negligence.       By order.
CHARLES WERE,
41-4 Clerk of the Municipality.
Dated this 24th April, 1909.

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