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with you;   Quit and
you stand alone.
Circulation Hi ghest,
Rates Lowest.
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Special Facilities for
Executing High-
Class Half-Tone and
General Letterpress
Work.
VOL. III.   NO 45.
KELOWNA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,  OCT.-5, 1911.
$1.50 Per Annum.
list of Fall Fair
Special Prizes
Division 1.—Poultry.
Best Collection of poultry. Chal-
enge Cup, value $25 ; to be won
three years in succession. Presented by C. Josselyn--W. Dawson,
Peachland.
Divisioi 2-Horses ■•
. Best driving single turnout.
Wool lap rug, value $10, pres. T.
E. Cooper.—R. H. Parkinson.
Division 3.-Dairy Produce
$10, pres., H. H. Millie—Mrs. A.
Anderson.
Best two loaves of home made
oYead, made from Ogilvie's ' Royal
Household Flour,"-1st 3 sacks of
flour (50 lbs.), 2nd 2 sacks, 3rd 1
sack,, pres. Ogilvie Flour Mills Co.
per Thos. Lawson, .Ltd.,—Mrs. A.
Anderson, Mrs. J. Fletcher, Mrs. J.
Kincaid.
Best loaf of home made bread,
made from "Seal of Albeita" flour.
I st Ibbl. flour, 2nd £ bbl., pres.,
Calgary Milling Co., per Farmers'
Exchange.---Mrs W. Haug, Mrs. A.
McLennan.
7 Best pan of home made buns,
1st $3. 2nd $2, pres., D. W.Sutherland—Mrs. Haug, Mrs. J, McLennan.  .
77 Best plain   cake,   $5,.' pres.,   E.
,v Weddell.—Miss M. Raymer.
Best display of Okanagan canned
fruit, $5, pres., J. F. Burne.—Mrs.
W. Paisley.
Division 4.-Vegetable$
Best exhibit of garden vegetables,
Bridal rose tea set, 42 pieces, value
$15, pres, Kelowna Hardware &
Specialty Co.,T-Ca8prsb Bros.
Best decorated fry it and vegetable display, $10, pres., Thos.
Lawson, Ltd.,—^Mjr, Weeics:
Division 5.'- Field Prodace
Best exhibit of field produce. 1st
$10, Kelowna Sawmill Co., 2nd
Planet -Jr. Cultivator, Morrison
Thompson- Hdwe., Co., Casorso
Bros. 7
Best 201b box of canning tomatoes, case of mixed canned goods,
by Kelowna Canning Co.,—A. M.
Cowan.
Division 6,-FruiU
Best three plates of apples, . I st
$10, 2nd $5, Layritz Nursery Co.—
J. L Pridham, H. E. Lee. .
The neatest and most attractive
exhibit of twenty Apples, two years
subscription to "Orchard City Record."-^. E. Weeks, R Hill.
The five heaviest apples, $4, pres.
W. Haug,—C. H. Geen.
Three best boxes of apples. One
box each of any of the following
varieties: Delicious, Yellow -Newtown, Spitzenberg, Wine Sap, Spy
and Jonathan.   $25.00.   Presented
by Central  Okanagan Lands Co.,
■ . i-    _-. , t _-»
utcr.'-wrvueen.
Best exhibit of winter pears, $5.
Presented by W. R. Pooley. - L. E.
Taylor..
Best packed box of apples, $5.
Presented by D. McEachern.-T.
Renwick.
Best packed box of Jonathan
apples, $5. Presented by Biggin
and Poole.   J. Gibb.
Division 7.-Floral aid Fine Arts
Most attractive collection of six
house plants. Jst $5, 2nd, two
years' subscription to "Courier."
Presented by G. C. Ro»e.-F. G.
Davis, Mrs. P. B. Willits.
Best display of cut flowers. 1st
$10, presented by E. R. Bailey;
2nd, $5, presented by Morrison-
Thompson Hardware Co. - Mrs.
D. W. Crowley* E. R. Bailey.
Best ten: Kodak pictures. 1st $5,
2nd, 2.50. Presented by G. H. E.
Hudson.   1 st, Miss Riddell.
Division 8.-Ftncy Work
Best initials and monogram on
linen, pair of Queen Quality shoes.
Presented by W. B. M.  Calder.
-Mrs. D. Lloyd-Jones.
Best oil or water color painting.
1st, $3, 2nd, $2.    Presented by E.
- Weddell. 1st, Miss D, E. Reid, 2nd,
Miss Harvey.
Extra
Best Scotch collie. Prize presented by C. Clarke.   L. E. Taylor.
Best decorated and dressed store
window.    1st, $5, 2nd, $3.   Pre
sented by P. DuMoulin. 1st.
Lequime Bros., 2nd, Biggin and
Poole.
Dog race. 1st, $3, 2nd, $2. Presented by F. DeHart. 1st. Clayton
Fraser, 2nd, Lome Lc -r-.rn
The apple-packing cempetitions
and the prizes for packed boxes
of fruit under the direction of the
provincial government did not
meet with the response which
might have been expected. There
were no entries for the competitions, which were to have taken
place in the exhibition building.
In the competition for the best
packed five boxes of apples, open
f the government pack-
More
Best 10 pounds^ butter, in rolls. 1° pup!ls °/ *e government
- —■       -- ing schools  which were  held at
Kelowna - and South Okanagan
during the spring, W. Lansdown
secured a second prize.
For
Kelowna Fruit
Small Hastily Gathered Exhibit Wins $720 in Prizes at the
New Westminster Fair
Rutland News.
From our own correspondent.
Mr. Frank Farmer, who has been
amongst us for the past year, left
Monday for San Diego, California.
Mr. Norman Burrows returned
from penticton by Tuesday's boat.
The Rutland store is now Under
new management. The new firm
will be- known as " Clever and
Whiteway."
Mr. Dan McDonald has built a
temporary dwelling on his peach
orchard close to the store.
Miss Ada Locke is visiting her
uncle at Wenatchee, Wash., and
rumour has it that she will probably
come back under another name.
—Mrs. Schell, snr., returned from
California last week and is continuing her visit to her sons.
Rutland" was wei£S.e'presented
among the prize winners at the
Kelowna Fair, and will be more
than ever to the front next year.
The death took place last Saturday of the infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. White, of Rutland.
Just before going to press a hasty
wire was received from Mr. B.
McDonald, who took down a small
exhibit of fruit to the New We&t-
mingter Fair on behalf of the Farmers' Exchange, to the effect that
out of 38 entries which had been
made by the Exchange in the five-
box exhibits, no fewer than :31
prizes had been secured, represent-
a gain in cash of $650. The friiit
was gather and hastily packed only
a few days before the fair under
the supervision of Mr. J. Gibb*
The Agricultural and Trades
Association, which also sent a
small selection of fruit in charge of
Mr. W. H. Blackwood for entry in
J.he plate division, also succeeded
in winning $70.
This brings Kelowna's winnings
on a comparatively insignificant
exhibit to $720.
This total, however, may be still
further increased in later advices,
as we understand that an independent exhibit was sent by the
Bankhead Orchard Co,
It is to be regretted, in view of
these gratifying successes that no
organized effort was made a little
earlier to get together an exhibit
more worthy  of the district.
Royal Bank Opens
Fine New Premises
Apples for Old Country
Vernon Board of Trade will
Make Up Two Cars
Black Mountain School Report
First Division.
Class I.—Merriam Woolsey, 86
per cent.,  Loraine   Woolsey,   85
Class 2.—Consuela Woolsey, 84
per cent, Fred Duggan, 83 per
cent., Delbert Barber, 79 per cent.,
Lillian Sproul, 79 p.c, Wesley
Barber, 78 per cent., Joy Fleming
78 p.c, Dora Pease, 77 p.c, Milton Bird 76 p.c, Earla McDonald
76 p.c, Rita. Maxwell, 75 p.c,
Minnie Campbell 72 p.q.
Class 3.—Elizabeth Dalgleish, 69
per cent., Verna Dalgleish 68,
Winifred Leathlev 68, Claude
Osterbauer 68, Tom Duggan 67,
Katheiine Campbell 67, Frank
Sproul 65, Edward Goodrich, 62.
Second Division.
Class I.—Mary Woolsey, 85,
Mona Woolsey, 85.
Class 2.—Mabel Duggan 83 per
cent., Donovan Woolsey 82, Jeanie
Warden 80, Margery Lansdowne
75, Bessie Duggan 73, Stanley
Duggan 73, Bert Cooper 72, Elmer
Rice 70, Mary Pease 70.
Class 3.—Jean McDonald 69 per
cent., Olive White 67, Elva Fleming 66, Netla Munford 65, Melville
Leathley 62, Evelyn Sproul 60,
Carson Dalgleish 59, Nora White
58, Bert Dalgleish 57.
Owing to the success of the carload of~apples which was sent by
the residents of the Okanagan
Valley to friends in the Old Country last year, the Vernon Board ■ of
Trade has made arrangements to
forward two cars this year. It was
a splendid advertising medium
and it showed the people in the
homeland what the Okanagan was
raising, and was the means pf
bringing settlers into the-vallejC
The rates charged will be the
same as last year—cost of carriage
delivered to your home address in
England, Ireland or Scotland, $ 1.50
per box; in Belgium, France or
Holland, $2 per box. If you have
no fruit of your own the Board can
supply you at $2.00 per box, fancy
packed.
. 1 hose wishing to send are asked
to write to T. G. Maclnnes, Vernon,
B.C., who has been appointed by
the .Board to look after the shipment, telling him the number of
boxes you wish to send.
The shipment will leave about
the first of November.
School Report
Attendance:
—
No. on roll
Average
Div.   i.
- 11
20.5
.    ,,      ".
-   47
42.7
„     m.
-   46
41
„       IV.
-^42
38.1
v.
-   41
37.5
,,     vi.
-   42
37.2
Motorist Killed Near Vernon
The Rev. C H. Meyrick, M.A.
(Oxon.), the new curate, who is tb
assist the Rev. Thomas Greene in
the duties of the parish, arrived
Tuesday from the Old Country.
Mr. Meyrick will have charge of
the new church qf St. Andrew's, at
Okanagan Mission, and will reside
in that district.
Next Sunday is the Harvest
Festival at St. Andrew's and service
will be held in the morning at 11
o'clock. The music will be of a
special _ seasonable character and
the church will be decorated with
fruit and flowers.
A son was born to the wife of
; H. Campbell, of Westbank, on
"hursday, September 21.
ti
An automobile accident, which
resulted in the death of the driver
of the car, Sir Edmund Lacon,
occurred near Vernon on the
Vernon-Kelowna road last Thursday. .
The deceased was manager of
Capt. Gordon's farm at OyaitiB.
The latest particulars received
regarding the accident show that
Sir Edmund left Vernon in his
car alone on Thursday evening
about 6.30. The car was found
by Dr. Duncan overturned beside
the road three miles out, al 8.45
p.m. Dr. Duncan on searching
found Sir Edmund about a hundred yards from the car. He was
still living but died in a few minutes. The road where the accident
occurred was straight and level
with about three feet drop on the
lower side. His hip was dislocated,
the pelvic bones crushed, and he
was internally injured.
Sir Edmund was married a few
months ago and his wife is now in
the Old Country. His mother is
in Vancouver, nnd the body was
removed there for. interment.
Total 240        217.0
Attendance percentage, 90.4
Honor Roll: —
Snr. iv. — Annie McLennan:
Albert Curis ; Louis -Evans, True
Davidson, equal. - :„■;■""• .
' Jnr. iv.—Dorothy Evans; Will"
Bradley; May Wilson; Lena, McMillan, Ewart Fletcher, equal.
Snr. iii.—Violet Ling; Dorothy
Forrest; Margaret Clarke; Edna
Clarke; Laura Wilson.
Snr. ii.—Marsh Davidson, Harold
Herdman, equal.
* Jnr. ii.—Dorothy Francis; Vera
Lawson;     Kathleen     McKenzie;
Emma Rutledge.
Snr. i.—Jessie McMillan ; Eileen
Fowler; Lloyd Day; Hazel Graham
Jnr. i.—Leslie Richards; Isabel
Copeland; Lizzie Wilson; Ira
Magee. _
Snr.ii. primer.-—Lily Marshall;
Arthur Teather; Emile Martz.
Jnr. ii. primer.—Nellie Jones;
Nellie Whitehead; Flora Ball;
Leonard Gaddes.
Snr. i. primer.—Bessie Harvey ;
El&a Sandv; Dorothy Morrison ;
Muriel Scott. ,
Jnr. i. primer.—Martha Burnside ;
Willie Birch; Leslie Mawhinnev ;
Winnie Longley.
Primary Rtfom.—Class A: Ron-
ioaa; oniney ^namoers;
Denis Gore; Rosalie Wilson ; Alice
Burtch. Class B: Gracie Hinks;
Henry Witter; Ettie Clement;
Dorothv Marty; Cicely Tutt.
11
aid
The B.C. Horse
Orders by Officer Command-
_   ing " D " Squadron.
A " New England Tea ', will be
served afternoon and evening of
Thursday, October 12, by the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church at the home of Mrs.
Hunter, above the store of Biggin
and Poole. New England dainties
will be served by Martha Washing-
tons in true colonial style. Come
and see. Proceeds in aid of society
The Chancel Guild of St.
Michael's and All Angels will have
an afternoon tea (3 to 5.30) in aid
of the new church at the home of
Mrs. Lloyd-Jones on Wednesday,
October II.   All are welcome.
In future the office will be open
every Friday evening from 8 to 9
p.m. instead of on Saturdays.
Promotions and Appointments.
The following promotions will
take effect from this date: Troopers
P. Brook, A. E. Boyer, E. C.
Pettman, to be sergeants; Sergeant
P. Brook to be appointed quartermaster sergeant.
Officers commanding troops are
requested to have their size rolls
completed and rendered to the
office by Friday, 13 th inst.
G. H. BRUSH,
Capt. comdg. " D " Squad.
E. Jenkins & Co. is the name of
a new blacksmith firm which commences business this week in a
portion of Bouvette'a Livery next
the Fire Hall. Mr. Jenkins has had
pome 20 years experience in race
track and other branches of horse
shqeing, and is prepared to guarantee satisfactory service. He is
in partnership with C. Casorso.
Monday morning of this week
saw the Royal Bank in possession
of the magnificent new premises
which have just been completed
for them on main street opposite
the old offices.
As soon as business closed
Saturday last the work of removal
was commenced. This was made
easier by the fact that none of the
old fixtures were used in the new
building, all having been discarded
for the handsome up-to-date furniture which graces the new offices.
The new building, which occupies a commanding site on a
corner lot on the main street in the
very heart of Kelowna's business
section, is a handsome structure of
the finest pressed brick. The
design is simple yet neat and substantial in appearance, and will
add considerably to the imposing
and business-like air of a busy
city which Kelowna's main street
is rapidly assuming.
• Passing through the main entrance one is struck first with the
massive and dignified appearance
of the doors and wookwork generally, all of which are of polished
oak ornamented with heavy brass
fittings, the doors being protected
at the bottom from kicks and mud
splashes with brass sheathing.
The floor space at the disposal
of the public is covered with
mosaic tiling of neat design. A
fine carved oak bench is also provided for the use of the public,
with tables harmonizing in design
and supplied with stationery and
writing materials. To the left near
the entrance is the office of the
manager, Mr. F. R. Rees.
^The whole of the interior furni-
tMre,xoupters and -fittings - are of.
oak, shipped from the East, and
would do credit to a bank many
times the size. Every modern office
appliance is provided, affording
ample storage for all stationery
and convenient of access.
A door at the rear of the main
office leads td the staircase communicating with the rooms on the
second floor. These are also accessible from the outside by a side
entrance pn the cross street.. The
rooms will be occupied by the
office staff, with the exception of
the large front room, which is to
be rented. Each chamber is fitted
with hot and cold water and heated
by a radiator connected with the
heating apparatus. Bathrooms and
lavatories are also provided, all
fitted in modern style.
To the rear of the bank is the
furnace room, the whole building
being heated with a modern hot
water system. A small supplementary boiler is provided for supplying hot water to the chambers in
summer, when the main heating
plant is not in operation. Mr.
Gotven, snr., father of Charlie
Gowen of the implement firm, is
the presiding genius in this latter
department having been appointed
general caretaker. Mr. Gowen is
only recently out from the Old
Country.
The cost of the building will be
in the neighbourhood of $20,000.
Although probably a much less
expensive building might have
served the purpose of the bank
for a number of years yet, the
Royal Bank is a go-ahead institution and no believer in half measures. The erection of so fine a
structure ia an evidence of the
confidence which the heads of the
bank place in the future of our
city. The building is a. decided
asset to the place and no doubt
the people of Kelowna will show
their appreciation by increased
support.
Glenmore Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Harker are leaving
on the 15 th of this month for a
trip round the world. They will
return in the early spring.
Mr. H. H. MacLeay has as his
guests at his Glenmore ranch, Mrs.
Kendall, Williamstown, Mass., Mrs.
May, Edmonton, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. MacLeay, Montreal. Dr. W.
Giles, of Montreal, also spent the
week-end with Mr. MacLeay.
Mr. A. Dawson, Picton, Ont., has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. MacKenzie for a week.
The Central Okanagan Lands,
Limited, report sales here during
the past twp weeks as follows.~
1,000-acre block to an Old Country syndicate, 100-acre block to an
Eastern syndicate. Other sales
running over $10,000 each were 7
made to Dr. Giles, Messrs. McDou-
gall, Lewis and Dawson, all easterners.. Sales running over $6,000
each were made to Messrs.
Rosevear, Whitham, Ritchie and
Wismer.      '
Mr. and Mra. Tuckey, of Little
Metis, Que., who purchased in
Glenmore in August have returned
from Calgary where they had
expected to spend the winter.
They are building their new home
in Glenmore at the present time.
Mr. Wm. Rankin and family
arrived last Thursday from Vank-
leek Hill, Ont., to live on their
property, which was planted last
spring. Mr. Rankin will build at
once.
Among the moat noticeable improvements in the valley is the
beautiful building site which Mr.
C. G Prowse is making for his
buildings. From_ this site Mr. *
Prowse will have one of the most ■
beautiful views in the district. We
understand his property will be
known as " Orchard View." Other
improvements noticed is an extension to Mr. Melville's home, and
Mr. Percy Millard is building on
his property.
_ Mr. J. S. McKenzie, who is taking a keen interest in poultry raising, has imported a prize R. C.
Rhode Island red cock from New
York.   The price paid was $50.
Mr. Clifford Buck, who with his
family spent the summer months
on his ranch, has written that he '
will be returning from A/ontreal
during the coming months, instead
of next spring as intended.
The old trees of Mr. A/ayhew's
property are attracting much attention on account of thembearing the
first apples produced under the
new irrigation system. The trees
are very heavily laden with perfect
fruits of extra fine color.   Anyone
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The True Blue Auxiliary League
(junior temperance) re-opened on
Monday with a good attendance
of    members.     After    the   usual
exercises   the    following   officers
were elected for the coming year:
President:  Russel Sutherland
Vice-Pres.;  Annie McLennan
Secretary:  Richard Horrocks
Treasurer:  Louise Evans    „
Soloist: Dorothy Evans
Organist:  Winnie Jones
Conveners of committees will be
elected at the next meeting.
Glenmore should not miss seeing
them before they are picked.
Glenmore was en fete Wednesday afternoon, when many friends
turned out at the wharf to meet
Mr. H. S. Wake and hie pretty
bride with a hearty welcome and
a shower of confetti. Mr. and
Mrs. Wake were driven in a properly white-ribboned carriage to
Mr. MacLeay's ranch where they
were received by Mrs. May and
Mrs. C. A. MacLeay. Mrs. MacKenzie and Mrs. Melville pouted
tea from a table in the dining-room
which was prettily decorated in
autumn colours,. centred by a
pretty white bouquet. Over thirty
guests, residents of Glenmore,
were present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones re-
turned Saturday last from their
long tour of England and the
principal European countries. Mr.
Jones is enthusiastic over the many
notable places which they have
visited during their travels, which
have been most enjoyable throughout.
Mr. H. Gaddes, brother _of Dr.
Gaddes, and his wife arrived by
Monday's boat on a short visit
Mr. Gaddes, who ia a member of
the firm of George R. Gregg and
Co., of Yokohama, Japan, is on his
way back there having just returned
from a tour in Europe.
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The Orchard City Record.
Thursday, Oct. 5
The Kelotona Land
and Orchard Co.,
LIMITED.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN THE CITY
Cadder Avenue       Abbott Street
Willow Avenue
FIVE ACRE LOTS
WITHIN ONE MILE OF CITY
LIMITS
On Easy Terms
TEN ACRE LOTS
ON THE BENCH
Under Irrigation and Domestic Systems
CALL OR WRITE
K. L. 0. Co.'s Office, Keller Blk.
Sporting Goods
Now is the time to buy your aupply of these
goods, while our stock is new and well
assorted. We have a large range of Shot
Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, and
Hunters'  supplies of all kinds.
PRICES THE LOWEST
THE MORRISON-THOMPSON
HARDWARE Co., Ltd.
JOB PRINTING
If it is an order for Printing you can make no mistake
in sending it to the
Eetorb Office
Biliousness is due to a disordered con-
dition of the stomach Chamberlain's
Tablets are essentially a stomach medicine
intended especially to %ct on that organ ; to
cleanse it, tone and invigorate it, to regulate the liver, and to banish biliousness
positively and effectually. For sale by all
dealers.
__*nM___M
You are not experimenting on yourself
when you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy (or a cold as that preparation has won
ita great reputation and extensive sale by
its remarkable cure of colds, and can always be depended upon. It is equally
valuable for adults and children and may
be given to young children with implicit
confidence, as it sontains no harmful drug.
Sold by all druggists.
n
The monthly meeting of the W.
C. T. U. will be held Tuesday afternoon next, October 10th, at the
Methodist Parsonage. Interesting
subjects will be presented for discussion, and good music will be
provided. Members will please
come prepared to pay dues. All
are welcome.
Jack Hyman, foreman for the
Hon. Price Ellison on the Postill
Ranch was brought in to the Kelowna Hospital Tuesday night suffering from a fractured scull, the
result of a kick from a horse.
Miso Jeane Russell and her company are paying a visit to Kelowna
for six nights next week.
The Ladies' Hospital Aid meet
on Saturday afternoon at 3.30 at
the home of Mrs. Shayler.
Mrs. Curts and Mrs. T. Pitt spent
last week-end in Penticton. returning Tuesday.
Dr. Dickson left Monday morning for Kingston, Ont., in response
to a message announcing the death
of his father.
Miss Anna Knight Irft Monday
for a week's stay at the coast.
A" large number of Kelowna
residents took advantage of the
cheap railway rates to make the
a trip to New Westminster for the
fair which is being held this week.
Men have been busy this week
clearing away the debris left by
the fire at Cameron's blacksmith
shop and preparing the foundation
fpr the new building which is to be
erected on the site. Plans show a
one-storey cement building with a
brick front.
The death took place last Sunday of Basilio Guidi, the thirteen
year old son of Louis Guidi, an
Italian employed at the sawmill.
The deceased lad, who has. not
long been out from his native land,
was seized about two weeks ago
with inflamatory rheumatism and
other complications which eventually caused his death. The funeral took place Monday, several of
the boy's companions from the
public school acting as pall-bearcrs.
There is a strange-looking gap in
main street this week where the
the Crowley Co.'s building stood.
This is being moved back to a new
location on Leon avenue. There
has also been a moving around of
the various occupants. Mr. Axel
Eutin has taken a room upstairs in
the Rowcliffe building. The office
vacated by him as been fitted up
temporarily as a butcher shop by
the Crowley Co. It will be moved
into the centre of the lot and building proceed "around it. Mr. Knap-
ton, of the boot repairing shop will
remain with the old building foi
the present, and will continue business on Leon avenue.
Mrs, R. Turner and children
arrived Saturday last from'Glasgow,
Scotland, to join her husband, R.
Turner, one of the engineers of the
sawmill.
Some sneak thieves seem to be
on their rounds, as several chicken
coops have in recent nights been
raided.
in connection with the anniversary services of the Presbyterian
church on Sunday week a supper
Will be provided by the ladies as
they did last year in the Sunday
School hall, and a public meeting
will follow in the church to be
addressed by Prof. Pidgeon and
others, along with a musical programme.   Tickets for both 50c.
Mrs. Trench left Tuesday morning for Ontario, being summoned
by telegram to the bedside of her
father who is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. D. McMillan and
Angus left on Monday for New
Westminster.
The result of the " Tag Day"
collection for the benefit of the
hospital reached the handsome
total of $313.70. Of this $70.85
was collected by the "country
girls " branch of the hospital aid.
SILVERWARE
KNIVES,   SPOONS,   FORKS,
in Steel Silver Plate or Sterling.
Our stock and prices  more interesting than ever before.
?1
J. B. KNOWLES,
Jeweler and Optician,
KELOWNA   -   B.C.
KELOWNA-EST  BANK
STEAM FERRY
Prices Quoted to Any Point
on the Lake
Ferry to Bear Creek every Friday.
E. E. HANKINSON.
P.-O. Box 70.
'Phone No. 108.    Resid. "Phone, 105.
RESTAURANT.
Good meals to be had.
Closes Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 9 p.m.
Misses Laidlaw.
' Corner Water St. and
Lawrence.
GREAT WEST
Woven Fence
THE BEST FENCE MADE
Prices given for fences erected complete
Agent:
A. E. CLARKE, Rutland.
Agent also for the famous
"DUXBAK"   ROOFING
a dnrable and efficient covering.
THE  KELOWNA
HARDWARE & SPECIALTY Co.
J. M. CROFT
Bootmaker.
All kinds of Repairs
BERNARD AVENUE,
KELOWNA.
G. H. E. HUDSON
Landscape and
Portrait
Photographer
Largest Studios in the Interior
Portraits by appointment.
SUMMER  HEAT  IN
WINTER WEATHER
JUST ARRIVED
Our First Shipment of
HEATING  STOVES
For the Kitchen, Sitting-room, Hall, or Den.
30 Different Kinds at prices ranging
from $6 to $20.
Call and be convinced that you are saving money
by buying your Heaters here.
E. C. SCOTT
D. C. FOSTER
THE  KELOWNA   HARDWARE
AND  SPECIALTY  CO.
Successors to E. C. Scott and Co.
Keller. Block, Bernard  Avenue       -       -        KELOWNA, B.C.
      Telephone  180	
R. A. COPELAND
S. C. RICHARD, D.V.S.
Kelowna Livery
AND
HORSE EXCHANGE
Pendozi Street
Smith Street
Kelowna
Penticton
ICE FOR SALE
Delivered anywhere in town
1 c. per lb.
Apply
A. R. Davy,
Phone 137
Bouvette's Livery
New Premises:
Next to FIRE HALL
Careful and prompt attention
to all orders for
•    LIVERY, EXPRESS
and DRAYING
Rigs for Hire turned out in
good style.
A good supply of work
horses^ driving and saddle
horses always on hand for
sale.
We guarantee every horse
sold as represented.
We are prepared to  pay
cash prices for good sound
young stock.
Our Livery is complete.
Good horses and equipment.
Phone 25.
Leon Avenue, Kelowna.
COAL
NICOLA COAL
Lump - - -        - $9.50 per ton.
WELLINGTON COAL
Lump - $13.25 per ton.
Nut     - - - -       $12.75   „     „
W. HAUG
Kelowna, B.C.
Phone 66
20th CENTURY SHOE
REPAIRING STORE
REMOVED
During the building of the new Crowley
Block the above busines will be carried
on in the old Crowley Building, which
has been removed to Lawrence Avenue
near the Fire Hall.
AH kinds of Bcot and Shoe REPAIRS
done well and cheaply.
Its never too late to mend.
P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
MEAT MERCHANTS
Fresh Meat Daily
Full supply of Hams and Bacon
Fresh Fish in season
W. LUDLOW, Manager
KELOWNA
Phone 135 i.   "
fhursdatjr Oct-B
Th© Orchard City Record-
*;$E
elia
ountain ifen
i
G»
Eifeery qch&lar should, have
a ^FouTSftdiiibPen. I tteis; *a
irKidernK. essential and*'?] a
source ;okfendless satisfeb*-
tionaifi^itiviis a goodoiionei
It is far^more satisfactory
than pencils. 7 Pencil»;are
dd|l andfsi'theisppints .* are
bfeoken^ just whenta y$u
want tWuae rthfemMni'a
\\Hrryy You*. shbulrJti see
our line of
!•*
US
areii made^'by'■ the
famquar'ii "V^tia^'ii •- Corn*
paii^an4:;ii^«'i^aiahteed;
Mslde n withtoufes':. useless
atta^hfeente^ brk complicated? me^ The
one :thit5wnteiae right all
theytimetf
Pitice^l^Oi
m.
DR\3$G3STSj rahd^STATlONERS
Kelowna,*/ Bid
PHQNBil.J9i*
wi
■A" y a
BUILDER wid CONTRACTOR
PUiu and Estimates Furnuhed
Residence,:10 Lawrence -Ave.
PHONE»
DAVIES & MATHIE
I^^'and^
(^n^T^o^
PEmcm^^ETS
Repairing and Pressing
Dromotlv. attended to.
Suttdn's Seeds
ORDERS TAKEN NOW^OR
CutFlowwrs
Carnations
Chrysanthemums
Violets
H. LYSONS
Kelowna.
Greenhouse*
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS
" Water Act, :1909." and Amend7
■':' mentsfJs
NOTICEsishereby givererthat the Board of
Investigation; created by i Part III. of the
" Watei?Acticl909," for th* -determination
of water*rie)-i'«>existing on'.tle 12tli day. of
March, !''909('5otei.d8 on wabbut the 11th
day of Oidtober.-l9l I, tV proceed to bdjadi-
cate upon-the 'claitos lo walMrr friiip;the
follow i)igi(tstpenms: in the Osriyoos • and
Similkkiineent WJiter Districts in the MVicin-
ity of iK^lowno i—
Mii.i-.atv Creeks
Priest Cfcek.t
MiftGfeek.
Br-*nt'6riyri_j-t|Creek.
Sv*»t-p£rrek7
Doiialdtton's Creek.
Scottiei Creek.
, P6aniri.!Creeki-J
Gulch-Creeks-
■: HyUraulic>C«ek-!;
Canon or Canyon Creek.
Eight-mile Creek.
North fork of Mission Creek
Joe Rich-Creek.
rhree-niile- Creek.
Spring Creek.
Rocky Creek.
; Poplar Creek.
'   Big Lake. 7
Unnamed lake at the headwaters of
Mill Creek.
Unnamed lake at the headwaters of the
South Fork of Mill Creek.
Unnamed lake at the headwaters of the
North Forlcof Mill Creeks       ^
.   Unnamed lake near the headwaters of the
North-west Fork of Mill Creek.
Sawmill Creek;
Six-Mile Creek.
..Unnamed lake near the headwaters of
Sawmill Creek:'
First creek running into Mission Creek,
from the south side (Canyon Creek).
Small creek running through Sec. 22,Tp.
27.:;: .   -.
Morris Greek;
Nelson Creek.
Small creek running into Mission Creek,
about three-quarters ef'a 'mile north of
where said creek crosses the'south.-line of
Sec.22.Tp.27.
Third Creek.   .
A creek flowing east by "north 'toward
Kettle River near the headwaters of Can-'
yon Creek.      ■
Canyon Laker.  ~: .   __ •
Lake situated immediately north-east of
Little White Mountain and south of Lot
2,925.
Unnamed lake situated ori one of the
tributaries of north fork of Mission Creek
about ^en mites from its junction with Mission Creek.
Unnamed lake situated on one of the
tributaries of North Fork' of Mission Creek,
about eleven miles from its junction with
Mission Creek. •-
j  Hydraulic Lake at the head ot Hydraulic
freek.
aSterling Creek. -.._..,
Canyon Creek Lake. •"•*■" '7
Fourth Creek.
A stream entering, the North Fork of
Miiwion Creek on the east side of the valley, end situated about two miles below
Ideal Lake.
7  Twin Lakes.
Turtle Lake.
;  Watson's Lake. "
.Bouvette Creek.
Buchere Gulch.
Wood Creek.
Murray Lake.
,   Kenny Creek. ■
WiHbw Creek.1
Jane. Springs on Sec. 35, Tp. 29.
Six-mile Creek.
, Cedar Gulch.
('Bonn. Creek..
Second Creek on sec. 16, Tp. 28.
■  Haynes Creek.
Cedar Creek.
Sidede or 3rd Creek.
Victor's Creek.
Tooth's Creek on Sec 34. Tp. 29
Spring Beautiful on West Home -Farm,
being portions of Sees. 1, 2, II and 12. Tp
23. • "
Spritigs(2) on W. 1-2 Sec. 3. Tp. 23.
Spring on Sec. 20, Tp.-23. i
Spring on Lot 357. Group 1,.Osoyoos..   j
Lake on Sec. 16,-Tp. 23, r    ,!
Small tikes (2) on W. 1-2 Sec. 9. Tp. 23.,
Lake on Sec. 24, Tp. 23. .
Stream on N.I -2 Sec. 23, Tp. 23.
Spring -on Sec; 28,'Tp. 23.
Spring on S.W. I-4 Sec. 11 Tp. 23.
Stream on S.W. 1-4 Sec. 9, Tp. 24.
Spring-on •Sec;6>TpV 24. *'
Spring on. Sec. 20. Tp. 26.
Spring on W. I-2 Sec-36, Tp. 26.  ■
Ravine on Sec. 25, Tp. 26.
Spring on Sec.'8,!;Tg:. '}.2i%'■ '   ., 's.
Spring on Sec. 9, Tp.'v26.»-
Spring ^ mile and a liaif'N.E; of the "N.
E. corner of Sec 2VTp. 267
Spring on Sec. 16, Tp. 26\V~
Spring on S.E;r 1-4 Sec. 5, Tp1.:26.  ■
Lake oi> Soc8, 30and 3li'Tp. 26.
Stream ori. Sec. 30. Tp. 26^-
Stream on W.-I-2 Sec. 25, Tp.'26. '■■-.
Spring 3-4 of a mile south of tlie 'S.-'E_
corner of E. 1-2 Sec. i, Tp'.:'26;;;
Lake on N. W. 1-4 Sec. 20ti:ri». 26;*
Spring on Sec; 24,'Tp.: 26.--•
Spring on i:S.W7 1-4 'Sec." 327 Tp.726'{
N.W. 1-4 Sec. 297
Lake on I pa. 26 'and 271
Spring on Sec. 29, Tp. 26.
Spring on Sec. 2. Tp.*27.
Streain on E; 1-2 Sec 28,'Tp. 27.
- Stream lisiug near 1-2 mile-post  on- 'E.
line of E. I -2 Sec 29(- Tp. '27. •
UkeonN.Ej 1.4 Sec;24, Tp. 287
' . Spring on orifear S.WH-4 Sec, 25; TV'.°
28,
Spring on S.E. I -4 Sec. 25, Tp. 28.
Spring on S.E. 1-4 Sec. 24 Tp. 28, and
S.W- 1-4 Sec. 19, Tp. 29.
Branch of unnamed'creek on Sec. 34,
Tp.29,
Spring on Sees. 19 and 20, Tp. 29.
Spring on S.E. 1-4 Sec. 31. and S. W.
1-4 Sec 32. Tp. 29.
Stream on N. E. 1-4 Sec. 31, Tp. 29.
Stream on N. W; 1-4 Sec 28, and N.E.
J 4 Sec 29. Tp. 29.
Spring on W. l-2Sec. 29, Tp. 29.
Stream on S.E. 1-4 Sec 29. and N.E. 1-4
Sec. 20, Tp. 29.
Spring on S.W. 1-4 Sec, 34. Tp. 29.
-Spring near N. E. 1-4 Sec, 26, Tp. 29.
Spring on W. 1-2 Sec. 29, Tp. 29. .
Stream on W. 1-2 Sec. 29, Tp; 29.
Each and every person, partnership.
Company, or Municipality having-such', a
claim is required to forward -to the Chief
Water Commissioner at the' Parliament
Buildings at Victoria, on or before the
30th day of September, 1911, a memorandum in writing -as ■ required by section
27 of the said Act aa amended. Printed
forms for such memorandum can be
obtained from -' any of .the Waiter Copt-
missioners in the Province.
Evidence will be taken and arguments
heard at. Kelowna, and notice will be
given of the day on which each creek will
be dealt with.-.
; Dated at Victoria die 29th day of  August. 1911.
By the Board.
J. F.ARMSTRONG
Acting Chief Water Commissioner.
PROFESSIONAL AND
BUSINESS CARDS      \
BURNE & TEMPLE
Solicitors,
- Notarifes Public,
Conveyancera, etcl-
KELOWNA, :: BX.
' wv^>^a^>^JSJ^<^yv^<^Jvr»y^^J^>»^y^X>s^%^>^>^^^ '
THE
■'■R'/ Bi KERR^
Barrister
and Solicilorf^
Notary'Public
KELOWNA; ::
B.?C
C; Hanvty. B.A.,Sc.;C.E.,D.L^S^B&LS;,,
and'B.C.L.S. .
CIVILE ENGINEER  and^ LANETU;
; SURMIYOR^
rvelrjivna*,1    B$CA
Phoue'147.    - P.€».;Bdx23t''i
R!GHARD>:W PAfipMS^fitl
BRIIiSH COLUMBIA LAND
SURVEYOR.
CIVIL ENCINEER
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
165 Branches in Canada,
36^ OF. WHICH ,AREr-lN. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
lAlL
R^«^e and UridivlAiWrofit
te Assets ;  -■•*
Savings tfh&& Depaet^icnt.
Intet^At a\BmA oM
i-
P.O. BOX 137
KELOWNA
Dr. j. W. Nelson Shepherd
DENTIST
v. o. Box iae
'Phone 06
Corner Peneozi Street and
Lawrence Avenue.
C6-m^lunica^•ion8,
Under this beading communlcstloae will
be feeeloed apoe-ang aubiest.of.iiitaraat.
Lettsra ranst t>« signed; b* VIM, scold
personalities. Tbe Editor doe* not nsc>
•ssarilq •ndora* opinions fllesn bslow.
b«We«irnJe^k^W^ittliit tlrfi is-'
only to bfe*xtS*_«^#5n_ th* difer-'
ence 'iTimmtete$o\&\n&9i,irt>mv
the inability of M'fchfld fe|«^ralll>
'that th« experierict of life*has1*
I taught the eldor-b^pthert It'lckwo^
PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT
COLLETT BROS.
LIVERY AND DRAY
Horses bon&tht and sold on corn-
Day meets  all  CP.R,
kinds of heavy  team
mission,
boats.   All
work.
'Phone 20.
JOHN CURTS
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
To the Editor
of the " Orchard City Record.'
Dear Sir,—
An endeavour is being made to
form a branch of the Theosophical
Society in the Kelowna district*1
and I .have had a great many'
inquiries as to the meaning of
Theosophy . and the • aims i and
objects of the society. 1 should b6
glad therefore if you would afford'
space for the -following brief: outS
linie :—
thiat uldmi|teljiJ^
truth. art«lJwaiilt
the w6rfcsbf^_u*t1
plUbed^. A*it»%
it Is wHteuiJ* Inltii  „_.
iaUy, thfe<'8e«dof^di^
'humtinr ^ mcrnad;< e**r
unit of^tl* king*
it !eifi£__i___e<!rfrorti
FirtheKWh,
'iti^i    ■-'■'
Plans and Specifications Prepared from the two Greek words "Tlieo-ity
The   word   Theosophy'jcom^ rc6»d«l^ria1i_Sfi6^b^»url%oc.P
and estimates given for publicBdild
irigs.Tov.'n aud Country Residences
JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA
PHONE No. 93
Miss   P.
LOUISE
A.T.C.M.'
ADAMS,
iUNNAMED-STREAMS AND SPRINGS
- Lake west of Twin Ltdtes. .
Creek, branch of Priest Creek.
('Creek flowing past :hti '359 > into Priest
Creek. -
Spring in Campbell^ Giiklr.
e_ ~ i __ a*.*
Springs on or near Lot 167.
Spring on Lot 356.'
Stream on tot 129,' Group I, Osoyoos.
Spring on lot 141, Group li O*oyoos.
Creek on Lot 121. Croupl, Osoyoos.
Spring on Lot 127, Croup I, Osoyoos.
Uke on N.EV U Set. 5. and S£.   IA
Sec 8, Tp. 23, ' .
A^'Want" ad. in the Record
is a sure divid«hd-paying>;
investment
Kdoww Ltd*'
Wkde»«l« * RstsiL Botdwrr
Goods delivered to any part of
Ae City
We g»v» our prompt attention
to mail orders
( Fhonei42
HIS.HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor'
in Council has been pleased to appoint^the
Honourable Albert Edward M<-Ph_lK&
K.C, President of the E__ecuUw*Coundlr
the Honourable Price £Uis4ffi-Miiute**»f,
FirMU.ce; Charles Henry''J-ugrin, of-'th«.
Gty of Victori^sCJtjuire; andfWifliiw
Harold Malkin.r^fjthfcCity of VaVtceuver,
Esquire, to be ?Co«r_«iiisioner#^ un<_e*:the
" Public InquirkSfActA* for the purpoitf *f
inquiring intof^and^-teporting tepon -the
operation of the-Assesimruhr Act. 1903;"
with respect to iter practicaltfbearing»>on
the financial requiremeBtt'fcf the Province.
The aaid Co_on_i*sio«iera- Vill hold-their
meetings on th#»dates anth^at thtf places
mentioned heTeuodet, namely^—
Victoria at th^finoutive CouneilChsm-
ber, Parliameiit3>BuJ-din«s, .M<akdayN«nd
Tuesday, 25lh An*26th September, at 10
a.m. At the CftirtheJueeiordie' Govern,
ment Office, atth*foUo%iiigjplaces:—
Nanaimo,   Weftiisd-ljw.mntti. Thursday,
27th and 28th Septembers
Vancouver, Friday and Saturday,«29»Kf
•nd 30th September.
New Westminster, Monday 2nd October,
Revelstoke, Wednesday* 4th October.
- Golden, Thurtdey, 5th»October.
Cranbrook, Saturday, 7th October.
Femie, Monday, 9th October. '
Nelson, Wednesday. Ilth October.
^Rossland. Thursday. 12th October.
Grand Forks. Friday, 13th October.
Princeton, Saturday, l4tK October.
Merritt, Monday.- 16th October.
Kamloops. Tuesday. 17th October.
Summerland, Thursday,' 19th October.
Penticton. Fridayr 20th October.
Kelowna, Saturday, 21st October.
Vernon, Monday, 23rd October.
It is requested'that all persons who are
interested in the matter aforesaid, end who
desire to be heard, will not fail to be pre-
sent at-ths meetings of the Commissioners.
PRICE ELLISON.
' Chairman.
Treasury Department,
13th September, 1911.
and " Sophia;" Thefos^God, Soph^M
-wisdom or knowledge; together*
Divine Wisdom.
It Is that vast body bf trudTupott
which all religions are founded'^
the basis-of all law, whether moral?
scientific or religious'. . It'therfefort.
follows as a consequence that as it
is the fundamental substratum, the:
foundation upon which all religion*
nre built, it cannot be said"to be.
PIANOFORTE    TUITION the property of any one religion^'
At the studio, but points to the underlying unity
Lawrence   Avenue,   off   Pendozi   Street, that is to be found in the study of
Addreai   -   -   Pott-Office, Kelowna. comparative religion.      ~-
'''    .. •'    .        It is not a religion, but religion
in its essence. Its A<_tk>n ftponali
thoughtful minds'Mabreal-Pddwii
Scliolarahip   Graduate in  Piano and  Teacher's
Course of Toronto Conaervatory of Muaic,
Will receive Pupila for
MONEYTOLOAN
pn^nw^redrproperty .Uo other securitie. J^ISriS.'^iSp«.judi^. &b^
(J18A. FISHER
worn* 4     Seller block •
Fire,r^ Life/ and Accident
Irt8tt¥ence.
THOMfta P. HILL
BANKHEAD,
ance and blind acceptance^ r«i«e
between men knit t$ien"b^^_>irtmftS^
their eyes to th6<ohtei^>lati6n j of
one source from which, all have
their origin, in which »11 have their
place—by- pointing , to the unity,
which underlies all beipg^- and
furnishing a meanaTto the realization   of  that  great   principle   of
creati<ift*c.H
it be
«rfiz*,ihe'
when"
adfcdm-'
so?
EKcM
■it iddi^kltial^
when*
oflhc^
whei_p
at
purpdiBf^cr^t!
HAitmSm^actiSyitlP
.i ■■;'o'.'{«i*'iA3!
i4 wr	
Hchce-^th-
thwhood.-
foreeat
ceiteL, ,
toftfctheWtuW
life! orf*%«
end th*
a Comcidua t^efifccl
life; the tnil^i
:l»fcal«6.^ue*fee_f>
r<>d^li;«*'fniiifconi1
«A^rf(wis!d MM■
'■n'tlilhai? ..
*
a«oi#
Plaffltill^ Pruning, Spraying Brotherhood which is so urgently
Ptit B(M?4f^CeloH)na.
pressing itself updn-wfor-recogm-r 0f;
WTlf ASHBRIDGE
aVU ENGINEER
Aatoc. Mem. Can. Soc C. E       Graduate Toronto
Unhr eratar
Watcrworka and Sewerac«ASrat*ma,J>umt>ins'and
iCELOWNA.
: Ptanta, Cooarata Con-
atruction. etc
B.C.
A   I
i*. j.
ni a Dire
\-ia_fiaaaaaa_f
tion and endeavouring to permeate
this whole bodvK>f1iumani^. Everywhere to-day -Hm. get stxHeties being
formed- • professing this or that
purpose; but"l_ll making a condition of membership, co-operation,
unity of acttpni brotharbood.
Theosophy deems it wiser, rather
than look "for-the differences between rneir and Devtw**tt i-eligions,
to  look'1 -fae*whit* th»V hold in
scibuSiafctolr^tl
the will ofWSujWfetttt".'
; " B«l'ye-"ahereftAe''^iMt,-teve*
asyaurfItker whick* fci'h|»ve_8
is perf*tf, is the ideal held out tot
us by the Master, and sure\y sudf
a pronouncement is not made inl
jeij&V Surely>He to whom we looi
fof ^alFbtur "inspiration would nof
have set us an impossible task!
loomed to failure.
-•^ ptmjHinis^cw«ii«v|l
""tff    - """""  "
menf, w«have-an assurance of ttf
pds«bfe and the li^ht that Theo*
•bph^ sheoV.npctofthy^rrir#iir«|
hetpsvtis .consicferttbljHLan ^tb»^^
complishment of.this ■graat^idejl;
by.restoring such truths as have &
the course of time been lost sign
^_j__.ij .^.__
—7IICIU «* «
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
SHIP
ARCHITECT
Architectural Work, Design*
ing, Estimating and
Superintending
P.O. Box217 Kelowna.
AUTOMOBILE  HIRE
A. E. BOYER
Wishes to announce that his Gajr-is lit the.
disposal of the public •reasonable rates per'
hour or- per trip. '
common; rpr
belief  in   all  religions ^must
necessity bring .us nearer to
one^f-fH^JecttiW^rffrejwrtrd tn
"N^ .heVrt-ti*tt^nytWhg &
nothi5f>V       -SydneyiHTOldJ
Notice is hereby given that the Partner,
ship between R. W. Butler end R.C. Re*e
under the firm named Kelowna Manufacturing Company is dissolved and' has been
since June
(Signed) R. W. BUTLER.
WATER NOTICE
Osoyoos Division, Yale District.
I, Rose Casorso, of Kelowna, by occupation a farmer, give notice that I intend, on
the 18th day of October next, at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, to apply to the
Water Commissioner at his office at Fair-
view, B. C, tor a license to take and use
three cubic feet of water from Summit Lake
a tributary of Sawmill creek, on Lot 2711,
about half a mile north Westerly from the-
13th mile post. '
■ The water will be used oh S.E. 1-4 Sec.
5,Tp. 26, Osoyoos, for irrigation purposes.
I intend to apply at the same time for
permission to store   160 acre-feet of said
water in a reservoir kt Summit Lake, situate near the 13th mile Post on Lot 2711.
ROSA CASORSO.
Dated this 16th day of September, 1911.
HARRY WILKINSON
Auditor and Accountant *
Book* written up and examined.
Balance Sheets, Trading, end Profit
and Loss Statements prepared.
Systems installed
Kelowna, B.C."
Manicuring,   Hairdrassing,
Scalp. Treatment, Facial vMaa6&ge;
Shampooing;
Miss D. E. SIMPSON
Will Call at RatUM-CO.
Leave orders at Milliner Store^ Keller Block.
PIANOFORTE
MR. HAROLD  TOD  BOYD
Exhibitioner Royal Collefe of Mu»lc. and \f
The two truths which stand otjl
pre-emuMftAly'in^Theosophy as4
means Aos an %n^are Kahna anjl
Reincarnation.   It *fll at onee M
seen m|t^^1dfcsl?tof perfeetiek
placed *Wore- Ats^' not acconV
plisheoMi^onrshbif life; it therf
fore ariW^s fot^f<^>eaMd -teturns *.
eartVlild,«i_el|tirije>Haking up o*
ta»lt^ust*%yher»>«# iut»». laid *
dow«r. dev«l6tiih^/ b^7 re^Batef
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original source, a point of umtf whi^.«^*otnake *s/«livin^ F*
and identity; whlU difiercnoeacaif ~^4^ BefcKit >vi«^irertl»rfcfed li
only tend to sep vateness, to lack * "      ■
of   understandings to 'estrange>
ment anddisiolution.   It is a bind*
ing principle and tends to draw
together-all 'men in a bond of
fellowship, of tolerance, of mutual
respect, of love.
It   recotf-iize** that'thbaghi the
wisdom » on^4t is not reflected
by all units'6f hun^mity wkhJeqal
brilliancy., that this defect is not
in itself sufficient to divorce one
from another, but is only -due to
the different stage of evolvement
in ^each one of us in the gradual
unfbldmcnt t>f*jthe^ulneȣ]wWch
lies in each of us potentially.
It-would be folly to expect'of
the acorn the strength and graft-
duer of- thci oe_fcr yet in ■ the g<*m
which is hidden ihthe^heart of the
acorn is the potentiality of becom
ing all ihatita parent<oalt*hM'beeir
or will be,> for it is 'the same ilife
that expiessM^tself -in both, the
same energy pushing forward to
express a similar idea and   pur-
posr. And so-theth«_oso«>bi^«o«s
not grieve   over   the   differences
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with Kendrick Pyne, Mu». Doe., Organlrt ol th*
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RECEIVES  PUPILS
At ihe Studio, trench Block. Kelowna.
Muste of' every description tuppUad. •
3-aw tertn bsfina September.      P.O. Bo» 4J7.
Up-t*Date   DRESSMAKING
at Mrs. T. ALLAN'S.
Piices MorJemte.
ATTENTION!
Seven acres unimproved fruiH
land on bench favored frotm
untimely frosts (has watell
right' in private ditch), toil
get herewith go«d)ti.iIch cowi<
teamjpoiiiei, wafcon, haTnesaS
cultivators, seed-drill, smalp
tools, varioasifcoosihold furf^
nilure)ton«ofipoMOe«,v<
tables^ 'hay f and-^fodder,
taken soon. All for thi
price a promotion compan;
would ask . for . thn-^uoic
Terms: Half 'cash, bali&c .
3 years at 6 per cent* interetp
yearly. Other business »i|
quires this sacrifice.
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LEQUIME'S  SALES
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Thursday, Oct. 3
EVERYTHING on Sale!
of  C,ost
FOR   CASH   ONLY
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We  have  been  instructed    by    the    management    to    reduce    our   stock
$15,000   in  as  many  days,   and   to  accomplish  this  we are  offering  our
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BARGAIN  PRICES
It is a pity to sacrifice our new fall goods at this season of the year,
but circumstances over which we have no control compel, us to throw
sentiment to the winds. Our Stock Must be Reduced, and the citizens
of Kelowna and district will have an opportunity of',saving from 25 to
50 per cent, on every dollar they spend in ,our store from now until
low water mark is reached. Our stock is all clean and new, Every
department is crammed full to overflowing with goods of the Best Quality
and  most  fashionable   design.     We   invite   your   inspection;   to   examine
; and  compare  prices  means  to  buy.
Boots and Shoes
Thpusands of pairs of Boots and Shoes at sacrifice prices, including
the famous "Waik-Oirer" shoes for men, "Dorothy Dodd" for women.
McCready's Working Boots for Men and Boys.
These are the best shoes manufactured and every pair guaranteed lo give the
purchaser satisfaction. Don't overlook this department, it will save you
dollars and bring you weeks of comfort and satisfaction in  wearing the best
of boots and shoes.
Crockery and
Dinner Ware
Groceries
Off Groceries we will give you a straight Discount of 10 per cent
off everything with the exception of Sugars which will be net. On
many lines we can save you more than 20 per cent., including Tea
and Coffee, Soap, Baking Powder, Jam, &c. Many odd lines and brands
we intend to clear out at any price.
It is impossible to enumerate here all the bargains we are offering.    The beat
way is lor you to come and see for yourself.     Buy, and tell your friends that
all may take advantage of this Great Profit-Sharing Sale.
.
This department is to be cleared out at any price. Full 96-
piece combination Dinner and
Tea Service, nice pattern and
good deif for        -        $9.75.
Odd stock patterns : Cups, Saucers
Plates, &c, at from   -   $1 per doz.
Comforters ajid Blankets
AU weights and colore
With the cold winter approaching a handsome
Bay Blanket or an Eider Down Quilt is necessary to ensure a good night's rest.   Wa have
bales of them, all at ridiculously low prices—
From $2.50 up.
25 per cent Off
Men's Mitts and Gloves Men's Winter Underwear
Men's Heavy Wool Top Shirts    Men's Heavy Working Trousers
Men's Hats and Caps Men's  Sheep Skin Lined Coats
Everything in fact necessary for the working man is here in endless variety.
No shoddy or shop-worn goods. All clean, new, and of the best quality
possible ; and  at prices unequalled by any of the eastern mail order houses.
Ladies' and  Children's
Wear
Ladies' Cashmere Hose
Ladies' Pure Wool Hose
Ladies' Kid Gloves
Ladies' Wool Gloves
Children's warm Stockings of
every size at
20 cents,   25 cents,   35 cents
Ladies' Wear Department
Ladies' Wool Underwear, Turnbull's
Unshrinkable, Pure Wool.
The best material that it is possible to put into
garments.
Medium and heavy weights.    White and natural
colours;   and   at. greatly  reduced  priceB.
Sweater Coats—new models
Aviation Wool Caps—the very latest
Flannels and Flannelettes
At 25,per cent. Discount.
All new and pretty, from 10c. yard.
DRESS  LENGTHS
WAIST   LENGTHS
French Delaines:   Lovely colorings and  fine texture, all  to be
cleared at unheard-of prices.
Furs: Muffs and Throws, _new and  stylish, at one-third  off.
$9 Muff for $6. $12 Throw for $8.
One pair $5 Boots given
free with each purchase
*      of $50 Cash
LEQUIME
Positively no goods allowed on approval.
Cash must accompany every purchase
Produce not accepted in paynient for
goods purchased at this sale M.>.*/aja._niBj-^ia^i»*iWWj >** tr^'*^»>iifir<^MM^r^^^*^^ym^J^Mr^^
Thursday, Oct. 6
Orchard Gitij Record
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PHONE 150
DALGLEISH & GLEI
IMPLEMENTS
FOR THE FARM
AND  ORCHARD
We carry only the best lines of these goods, which will give
you satisfaction every time.
Buggies,    Wagons,   Democrats,   &c,
to suit all purchasers.
AUTOMOBILES
" The Mighty Reo
ft
has demonatrated its reliability and general efficiency times
without number, and you  cannot go  wrong in  investing
in this make.
The I.H.C. Roadster
is without doubt  the  car  for  the  farmer.    Easy to handle
and  always  ready.    The price, too,  is  moderate.
Come and let us show you.
AUTOMOBILES  FOR  HIRE
■ ■;:    FEED   ::
Hay,   Oats,   Bran,  Wheat,   Barley,  and  Oat   Chop.
DALGLEISH & GLENN,
Dealers in Farm and
Orchard Implements
Pendozi St. and Lawrence Avenue.
R. C. REED
Phone 110
Kelowna Manufacturing
Company
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Wm% haoe a lar6e consignment of the latest linea bf
Picture Moudings JUST IN.
Note is your time to get all your Picture Framing
done, at prices that DEFY COMPETITION.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Office Phone, 80
GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS
Situated within one half mile of town, and being
about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country.
Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.
Close to Town and Market.
There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miss the opportunity of selecting a few acres of thia desirable
property.
If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on us and wa will
show you our sub-division
WOODLAWN
Just four blocks from the centre of the town.    Prices low.   Terms easy,
monthly payments if so desired,
Fire Insurance
We represent only the best board companies.
The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.
KELOWNA, B.C.
A disastrous fire occurred at
Penticton last week, completely
destroying a new $3,000 house
built by Mr. A. C. Pelton. Mr.
Pelton was sleeping in the house
at the time and narrowly escaped
with his life by crawling out on to
the roof, from where he was
rescued with difficulty. The house
had only just been finished, some
painting in fact still reqniring to be
done. The loss includes $3,000
for the house, $200 in furniture,
and $ 100 in bills.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has expressed
his determination to retain the
leadership of his party, or as he
puts it, to " stay with the boys."
The Provincial Government has
provided $12,500 for the improvement of existing roads and - the
con truction of new ones in the
vicinity of Malakwa. Two bridges
will be put in this fall, one across
Eagle River, one and a-half miles
to the east of Malakwa, and the
other spanning that river at the
little settlement of Baul. This will
ultimately lead to Malakwa securing an uninterrupted road connection with Revelstoke and the Okanagan district.
Louis Colquhoun, one of the pals
of the notorious Bill Miner, who
held up trains in this province
some years ago, died the other
day in -the penitentiary where he
had been serving a sentence of
twenty-five years' servitude since
1905.
The prevalence of foot and
mouth disease, as well as hog
maladies, being reputedly stamped
out in Great Britain, the Canadian
embargo against the importation
of livestock from beyond the
Atlantic has been lifted. A telegram was received by the provincial authorities from Dr. J. G.
Rutherford, Dominion livestock
commissioner at Ottawa, conveying
the information that all restrictions
operating against the importation
of livestock from Great Britain
have now been removed.
The Methodist general board of
missions at Toronto voted $7,763
for Chinese work, and $3,921 for
Japanese work in British Columbia.
The total appropriations are $280,-
803, and of this $102,724 is for
Indian work and government
schools. The British Columbia
.conference contributed $31,108 to
the work.
Three carloads of Lapland reindeer from northern Newfoundland
arrived in Edmonton on the C.N.R.
from the east. There were forty-
three reindeer in three cars. The
fourth car was stocked with reindeer food, moss and grass. The
reindeer are the representatives of
the species with which the department of the interior has planned
to stock the district of Mackenzie.
According to an announcement
made in Winnipeg this week bv
CP.R. officials there will be a great
many new branches opened
through Saskatchewan for 1912. In
that province the company has
under construction about 600 miles
of track, and surveyors are still out
on other lines.
By a big majority the ratepayers
of Edmonton and Strathcona both
decided in" favor of amalgamation.
The question has been under discussion for some months and the
joint committee has had a large
number of sessions in drawing up
the basis of union. The agreement
was finally reached which has
proved satisfactory to the big
majority of people. The name of
the new city will be Edmonton,
and the final step in amalgamation
will be brought about by an act of
the legislature during the coming
session in November. The combined population will be over
35,000 while Strathcona has between 5,000 and 6.000.
At the New Westminster police
court, Branford Bros., fruit growers,
of Chilliwack, pleaded guilty and
were fined $ 10 and costs for having offered for sale _ in the New
Westminster city market six boxes
of apples, the shown surfaces of
which were not a fair representation of the contents of the boxes,
and also pleaded guilty to charges
of insufficient marking and over-
grading of fruit.
Lame back is one of the most common
forms of muscular rheumatism. A few
applications of Chamberlain's Liniment
will give relief.   For sale by all dealers.
Treating
the Forest as
a Crop
The progress of the conservative
policy of Canada, as applied to
forest resources, depends more
upon the Forestry branch of the
department ot the interior than
upon any other organization. Upon
the technical knowledge and executive ability of the officers of the
Forestry Branch depends the future
of the forest on 16,000,000 acres
of Dominion Forest Reserves, as
well as upon the large area of non-
agricultural forest land in Western
Canada, which for the good of the
country may yet be set aside as
permanent forest reserves. In
addition to looking after Dominion
lands the Forestry Branch is now
being asked by eastern land owners
to furnish advice as to the best
means of securing at the earliest
date a profitable crop of timber on
waste. land or wood lots.
The   proper   administration   of
forest   lands   requires   a   special
knowledge of the trees best adapted   to  each region, of their uses,
and of the markets.   Further there
is needed knowledge of the habits
ot all trees, especially of the merchantable species, so that it may
be known how rapidly they grow,
how they produce their seed, when
and under what condition the seed
germinates, and  in what way the
seedlings   and   young   trees   are
affected   by    their   surroundings
Such knowledge is gained only by
long   study   and   experience.   In
order that the new Rocky Mountain  Forest Reserves may be administered according to the latest
scientific knowledge and  the best
experience, the Forestry Branch is
now making detailed studies of the
habits of the merchantable species
of trees on the eastern slope of the
Rockies in Alberta and has sent
one of the men in charge of the
work to study the systems of forest
management practised during the
past few years by the highly developed United States Forest Service
in the national forests of Montana.
The United  States  foresters  have
spent large sums of  money and
availed  themselves of the experience of many men in developing
plans of lumbering which do not
inconvenience the lumbermen but
which ensure the protection and
reproduction of the forest, and the
Canadian Forestry  Branch intends
to benefit largely by their experience.
The best piaster. A piece of flannel
dampened with Chambei Iain's Liniment
and bound on over the affected parts is
superior to a plaster and costs only one-
tenth aa much.   For sale by all druggists.
Pictures & Picture Framing
We make a strong feature of this department, and can show
you gome attractive goods. We select carefully the moat
artistic and tasteful productions, and keep in hand an
extensive collection.
Water-colours,    Hand- Reproductions
Coloured    Photogravures.        Best Processes
You will find pleasure in looking over our stock.
A Good Picture
Is Often Spoilt by a Bad Frame
Let us frame your, pictures in first-class style from our
extensive stock of mouldings. The cost is very reasonable
and we can guarantee satisfaction.
Kelowna Furniture Company
This STORE'S POLICY
is to represent goods exactly as to their quality; to
sell to those who know and to those who don't
know values at a uniform fair price; to fulfil all
. guarantees and cheerfully correct all mistakes; to
deserve  your  confidence by always  giving  you
A SQUARE DEAL
We live  up  to  Advertisement.
W.   M.   PARKER   and   Co.,        Watchmakers and Jewellers,
Bernard Avenue    -   -    KELOWNA
Fashion  decrees  pearl  ear-rings  this  fall.     ' WE   HAVE   THEM.
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Etc
Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited
FINE BUILDING LOTS
In Marty Subdivison on Pendozi Street, with building
restrictions,  size 68x121,
Prices from $350 to $650, easy terms.
Building Loan arranged for purchaser.
We have funds available for Mortgage Loans, and the
purchase of Agreements of Sale.
HEWETSON & MANTLE.
Kelowna Opera House.
6    BIG NIGHTS
BEGINNING
Monday, October 9th
MISS
Jeanne Russell
AND THE
Jeanne Russell Co.
PRESENTING
"THE MAN FROM HOME"
"EMANUELLO"
"St. ELMO"
"THE AMERICAN GIRL"
"THE DEVIL"
"THE LITTLE MINISTER"
High-class Orpheum
Vaudeville
Between the acts.
Popular Prices.
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PICKLING GOODS
In order to make sure that your pickles will turn
out  satisfactory, it  is  necessary to use only the
best Vinegar,  pices,   etc.    We have  placed in
stock  for the  season's  use the highest grade of
APPLE  CIDER, WHITE WINE, and MALT
VINEGAR, andstrictly pure Pickling Spices.
Our prices on these Superior Quality
Goods are low too
Pure Apple Cider Vinegar  - 75c gal.
Pure White Wine Vinegar - 75c gal.
Pure Malt Vinegar      -        - 75c gal.
Pure Whole Pickling Spice - 35c lb.
Pure Whole Celery Seed     - 35c lb.
Pure Whole Mustard Seed - 35c lb.
Pure Whole Cinnamon        - 35c lb.
Maple Leaf Tea
Packed especially for us,
quality guaranteed
40c and 50c per lb.
Java and Mocha
Coffee
Our own special blend, guaranteed to be the best in town
50c per lb.
PreseryingSealers
of all kinds at very low
prices
Preserving Fruit
Prunes, Plums, Pears,
Crab Apples, etc.
_B_fflE_-__BI__EK
'nil
WANTED!
2 Cents per word, first insertion and
1 Cent per word each subsequent
insertion, minimum 25 Cents.
LAUNCH FOR SALE
Brand new, 17ft. 6 h. p. double-cylinder
Robert's Motor, has every convenience.
Satisfactory a speedy boat. Will be sold
cheap. Apply, J. R. Campbell, P. G. Box
160. Kelowna. 38..L
WANTED
A number   of   pupils   to   join strictly
private Dancing  class.     Dancing taught.
Apply P. O. Box. 185, 'phone 120. 42t.f.    I
Kelowna Opera House.
RETURN VISIT
WANTED
Servant, with experience in cooking ami
general housework, for small family. Apply
F. A. Taylor. 45
SITUATION WANTED
Respectable man   desires   situation     as    Night
Watchman, or place of trust.   Apply Box J,  Re< -
ord Office. 46    f
	
Having completed fencing 200 acres Knox's Hil!,
will take in a limited number of horses to pasture ut
$2 per month.   Enquire Rembler Paul.        44-46
OF THE FAMOUS
MILK COWS FOR SALE
These -are first-class stock, specially selected foi
the dairy business. Fresh stock on hand. Also
young pigs, fine pedigreed Bsrkshires. Also diy
cordwood, delivered to any address. Book your
orders early. Apply R. E. Harriss, Hawksdale
Ranch. 44tf
SITUATION WANTED
Young lady desires situation as general household
help.   Apply P.O. Box 229. 44-5
ROOMERS WANTED
And Private Boarders.   Apply Mrs. Jarvis, Ellis
Street. 44
FOR SALE
Good second crop of Hay, well cured.   Delivered
or in stack.   Apply A. Patterson, Benvoulin.
44-5
Royal Welsh
Ladies' Choir
Wednesday, Oct. 18th.
Bring or send us your orders
We can save you money and give you satisfaction
K.F. OXLEY
FOR SALE
Fine young pure bred Jersey Bull (registered),   Three  years  old.    Apply A. W.
Dalgleish. 45tf
Phone 35
Phone 35
FOR SALE or TRADE for FRUIT LAND
Imported thoroughbred Hackney Stallion
Six  years   old.    Bred   from   best English
stock.   Winner of seven first prizes in Old
Country.   Apply T. Duggan, Rutland.
45tf
Dr.
S    Kelo'vna,
MATHISON
Dentist          «.            <
....    B.C.   \
Madam Hughes Thomas
And her Wonderful Choir of
Highly Trained
Welsh Singers.
THOMAS LAWSON, Ltd.
Headquarters for the Economical Buyer
ABOUT OLIVES.
Olives have a place on everyone's table.
Are they on yours ?   If not, Why not ?
We have all sizes, hence all prices.
32 oz, Pitted, the prettiest bottle you ever saw,
28 oz. Spanish Queen, nice large and bright    -
16 oz. Queen Olives, in a round bottle   -    -    -
Nothing lends class to a dinner better than a nice dish of Olives.
8 oz. Pitted, no stones to bother whilst eating
8 oz. Celery, reduces the piquant taste      -    -    -
8 oz. Nutoliv, lends it a nutty flavor     -    -    -   -
8 oz. Pimento, not too hot, and an improvement,
Olives are relished and appreciated at an evening luncheon.
4 oz. Manzanillas, a nice handy size    - - -
4 oz. Pimento, a healthy condiment     - - -
4 oz. Manzanillas with celery centres   - •- -
4 oz. Nutoliv, a nut substituted for a pit - -
It is quite the correct thing h serve Olives at afternoon tea.
$1.25
$1.00
60c.
50c.
50c.
50c.
50c.
25c.
25c.
25c.
25c.
Only ONE Night,
So don't miss the opportunity.
Seats on sale at Crawford's.
PRIVATE HOTEL
The Garth
Ellis St., next Baptist Church.
Central location,  electric light,
bath, and all   modern   conveniences.    Terms moderate.
Will open in  November under
the management of'the
Misses Hogarth.
Address Box 25 7.
Don't trifle with a cold is good advice
for prudent men and women. It may be
vital in the case of a child. There is
nothing better than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for coughs and colds in children.
It is safe and sure.   Sold by all dealers.
The People's Store
Phones: Grocery, 214   Dry Goods, 314     Office, 143
CLOTHING
CLEANED,
PRESSED and
REPAIRED
Ladies and Gentlemen.-
For some time past you have
had to send your siiits and fancy
dresses to Vancouver to be
cleaned. Why do this when
you can get it done right at
hon.e ? Also Hats, Ties, Fancy
Neck Wear, Furs, and any
length Glove cleaned for 15c.
Also all small repairs done free
of charge.
PUBLIC HIGHWAYS.
PROVINCE  OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
.. Notice ia hereby given that all Public
Highways in unorganized Districts, and all
Main Trunk Roadsi n organized Districts
are sixty-six [661 feet wide, and have a
width of thirty-three [33] feet on each side
of the mean straight centre line of the
travelled road.
THOMAS TAYLOR,
Minister of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., My 7th. 1911.
Arrival of
NEW FALL POOPS
We are now receiving daily
Large Shipments
OF
New Goods
JUST RECEIVED—
The very Latest Novelties
New Velvets
and  Velveteens
New Tweed Dress Goods
New French Delaines
New Dress Silks
New trimmings
New Lace Allovers
New Allover Nets
New Ribbons
New Lace Collars
New Jabots,
8tc„   &c.   —.
We invite your inspection of
these goods whether you
purchase or not. Call in and
see the very latest novelties
as shown in New York, Montreal and Toronto.
The Kelotona
■Qutfifting.';.
Store
W.B.M. CALDER
Proprietor.'
-;- WATER NOTICE-~y
Osoyoos Division, Yale District.
Office opposite "Courier" Office.
Detroit Cleaners and Pressors.
R. S. FORD   -   Proprietor
Office Hours :   8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
I   .
The best pl._s.er. A piece of flannel
dampened with Chambei Iain's Liniment
and bound on over the effected parts is
superior to a plaster and costs only one-
tenth as much.   For sale by all druggists.
I Lame back is one of the most common
forms of muscular rheumatism. A few
applications   of   Chamberlain's   Liniment
J will give relief.   For sale by all dealers.
I, John Casorso, of Kelowna,. by occupa-"
tion a Farmer, give notice that I intend on
the 18th day of October, next,   at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, to apply the Water
Commissioner  at his office at Fairview, B."
C, for a license to -take and  use Three '
cubic feet of water per second from Summit Lake tributary to  Sawmill  Creek  on
Lot 2711, about half a mile north westerly ;
from the 13 th mile post.
- The water will be used on the N. J of'
Sec. 5, Tp. 26, Osoyoos, lor irrigation purposes.
I intend to apply at same time for per-*
mission to store 320   acre-feet of the said
water in a reservoir at Summit  Luke  situate near the 13th mile post on Lot 2711.
JOHN CASORSO.   <
Dated this 16th day of September, 1911.
, WATER NOTICE
Osoyoos Division, Yale District.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of the
" Water Act, 1909," to obtain a. license in
the Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
a. The name, address and occupation
ot applicant.—Osksr Trees, gardener. _
b. The name of the lake, ytream or
source.-—Joe Ritch Creek, a branch of
Mission Creek.
c.' The point of diversion.-—About 250
chains from its mouth.
d. The quantity of water applied for.
—I cubit foot per second.
e. The character of the proposed works.
—Ditch. " 7   '
/. The premises on which the water is
to be used.—Preemption No. 5,691.
t. The purposes for which the water is
to be used.—Irrigation.
h. If for irrigation, describe the land
intended to be irrigated, giving acreage.—
Preemption No. 5,891, 160 acres.
/. Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works.—None.
j. This notice was posted on the 5th
dav of September, 1911, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on the
5th day of October, 1911.
k. Give the names and addresses of any
riparian proprietors ~cr licensees who or
whose lands are likely to be affected by
the proposed works, either above or below
the outlet.—None above, Chriss Schramm,
and Wm. Preston, below.
OSKAR  TRESS,
Kelowna. B.C.
Gity of Kelowna
APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF   .
BUILDING INSPECTOR
Applicetions for the poiition of Building Inspector
for the City of Kelowna will be received by the underlined up to October 7th, 1911.
Particulars of duties, etc., may be obtained from
the City Clerk.
Applicants must state amount of remuneration
desired.
G. H.DUNN.
Kslowna. B.C.,.
Sept. 27th. 1911. 44-5
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