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 ^JU*������ulfafcaW������������"*n*H*u*",*  =^fPri*^*r*euato!^ -A***,!**wa**=w,*Si,",t' '  ������r  vssksfs  /  All the News  of the  Creston  District  r  %   /  Seat, la. any  Address for.  5>a Yew  CRESTON,  B.C.;-THURSDAY,  FKB.  4< 1909  ���������?Hr*7  '-9S  /Ae ^iRAisriAn n/ii is we louna mans^w  5tr*c/ combines  27 4 CJ7    CT"VT  Xi  *   /������������������% r r .4 t ^v"  atii  We* keep all_ shapes, colors and sizes, and can   guarantee  -       perfect fit and satisfaction. >  Try our RidgwayV Teas and Coffees.  '"������������������'. Values  They are the  est  m9wv+rm:m-xrK*jiTtvw*ytJ*9  iMHtiMBM XhhpasgtWPPtfJgMMiiw arriirrwa  Oenerai  Merchant  Creston,  B.C....  ;*.ix*������..������w^-irT������TrTlf>r������TM������-r���������r^������3������-gya  i������=S^^S^S������������@SS^^S6)@^SS@-������S^S@������������S������  Bank of Commerce.  Powder for Ranchers  The annual report^of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce has just come to our  desk, and therein is contained the joyful news that in si>ito of the' financial  conditions of the year, that $1,637,338.78  has been earned by the company.  After providing for the dividends and  for the usual contribution to the .-Pension Fund, they have been able to write  $300,000 off Bank Premises Account, to  add $l,0tfOJOOO to the Rest, making that  account$6,000,000, and to carry forward  $161,244,88 at the credit of- Profit and  Loss Account.  During the year the Bank has opened  new branches at the following places:  In OnUrio. at Crediton, Exeter/Forest  and The df ord, the first' two and the last-  named I eiog branches taken over from,  the Sovereign Bank of Canada; in  Manitoba at Rivers; in Saskatchewan,  at Delisle, Elbow, Melville, Outlook,  Tugaske and Watrous; in Alberta, at  Monarch; and in British. Columbia, at  Revelstoke and Park Drive, Vancouver.  The branches at .Kenvillo Man., Kin-  istino.Sask., Norwood, Man., aud R >ss  Avonuo, 'Winnipeg, have been closed.  Since the close of tho Bank's year a  branch has been opened at Provost,  Alta.      - . ������������������  C. P. Riel reports that ho has sold  several lots tho past week in Dow's addition to tho townsite.  The Card Social which was arranged  by tho Ladies of the Catholic Church to  tako place on'Wednesday night last, hae  been postponed for a week.  Joe Carver has moved his saddlery  fitoro to ono of tho lotB neor. tho Munro  ���������i.  N hotel.   Tho   building   was   moved on  Saturday.  "  ' '.' v ���������  At the adjourned meeting.of the Creston branch of the Kooteuay Farmer's  Institute, hold-at the echoolhouse 'on  Saturday night lust, some good work  was done. The matter of securing  "stumping" powder at a price that is  notat all .eshorbitant was fully gone  into, and. taking advantage of the offer  of the Hamilton Powder Co. to 'supply'  the allied institutes 'with stumping powder at -$6' 25 per box, the Creston branch  has ordered 8,000 lbs. from the company.  A saving will thus be effected to'tho  members of-about ������3.CO a box. This  ^ offer "only holds good 'for -bpna-fide mem-;  bers, and as the membership fee to -th3  local institute is only 50c. per annum,  there should be a big increase in its  membershm tho next few mouths.  Quadrille Club Dance.  i - ���������       _^  i    uooci worK was Done  Creston was well represented at the  Associated Board of Trade convention  held at Trail, B.C., on tho 27th and 28th  oi" Januaay.  The convention passed upon many  important resolutions beneficial to the  irootenays, and tho Creston delegation  wro well to the front in tho deliberations aud succeeded in getting passed  heveral excellent resolutions.  The lown of Trail did itself proud in  its entertainment of the visitors giving  I hem c f-nlendid banauot as well as tak-  (Sy) '^| in<? all the delegates to Rossland to see  the NcLson and Ro&sland hockey match.  The Consolidased Mining and Smelting  Co. through Mr. LaBathe>ih the absence  of Mr. Aldridge, presented each delegate  with a solid bar of silver as a souvenir: of  their visit which was much appreciated.  Noble Binns, President of the Trail  Board of Trade, and George Weir,  Mayor of Trail, spared neither time or'  pain in the entertainment of their  guests. The resolutions as put through  by the Cresion delegates appeared last  week. The delegates also endeavored  to. have Creston named as a suitable  sltefor ;the experimental farm, but as  it was suggested that several of-these  farms should be in the Kootenay,. it was.  dacided that n'o particular locality be  warned until -the intentions of the  government became kuown. A strenuous' effort was made to try and get the  ������ext annual meeting at Creston, but it  was docided in favor of Nelson."  Singz.e. Copies 5c*  Opera House, Creston  Under the auspices of the  ACME QUADRILLE.CLUB   .  /   The Celebrated  Stuttz Big.'Theatre- Co,  The Acme Quadrille Club have been  fortunate iu completing arrangements  with the Stuttz Big Theatre Co. to show  here under the auspices of the Club on  Friday and Saturday, the 5th and Gth  iust.  The Stuttz Co.  consists of 14 ladies  j. ....  and gentlemen supporting the popular  American artists Mr. J. G. and Aggie  Marion Stuttz; After the performance  each night there will be a dance '���������' at  which splendic'l-musie will be furnished:  The admission price of one dollar'is inclusive of the dance and a good time is  ���������������������������'    ii   '.-������������������"���������    ,��������� '..-,-      ���������"���������-.,. ming artist assisted by Margaret Daniel,  assured for all. - The plays to be presen ��������� W_j;S_ -���������'- ���������--"  Queen   of  Scottish  Song*  Coming,  Arrangements are completed whereby  Miss . Lena Duthie, "acknowledged  ���������throughout the civilised world "Queen  of Scottish Song," will appear hero on  Tuesday evening liext.; In "An evening in Scotland and Ireland," this char-  Kere for two nights.   FRIDAY and  . SATURDAY,, FEB. 6 and C  NEW PLAY EACH NIGHT.     QUADRILLE CLUB DANCS AFTER  EACH PERFORMANCE.;  '  ted are both ��������� strictly firs t .class comedy  dramas. "Was She to Blame" is Mr.  Stuttz's masterwork protected -by)British and and U.S. copyrights. It is one  long laugh- from the time the curtain  rises for the first act, Between the acts,  Herr Fridolph ^ Werner, the celebrated  Swedish Piano Virtuoso will render-se-  lections of high class music. Lovers of  good music will appreciate this fact.'  Tha monthly meeting of the Quadrille  club was held on Tuesday, there being  a large muster of members.. Tho secretary reported a balance ou the credit  side of tho ledger. Election of oiilcers  (by ballot.) was as follows: President,  Mr. ,T.' ,T. Atherton; sec.-treasurer,  Mi*.��������� N, E. Brown ; master of ceremonies  Mr. F.j O. v Corry; doorkeeper, Dauph.  Johnson       . -  The Price Admits to Play and Dance.  TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT  POST OFFIOE  K. of P. Anniversary Service  In the mouth of February falls the  anniversary of the founding of the order of Knights of Pythias, and -as is  usual v?ith almost all anniversaries,  some sort of special celebration is held.  Tne local lodge of tne Knights of Pythias is in no way behind with these  affairs, and in honor of the above named  event, will hold a church parade tG the  Presbyterian church, on Sunday nest,  the 7th iDst. As it was thought that  pOb&ibly the Anglican minister would be  "^*v   V.J     VU.U.V   11JU.G   W   LCLtW     U������������     blXO     UUIriCb  of his church, and as the Presbyterian  body had arranged to give up their  morning service on that account, it was  decided to hold the parade in the evening, and ail members are particularly  requested to be in attendance'at the  Castle Hall "at 7 p.m., bringing their  badges with them, so that everything  can be arranged in time to be at the  Presbyterian church, at the latest by  7.25 p.m. ' On arrival a,t the church, the  usual Knight of Pythias formation will  be maintained and the members will  occupy the special seats Bet aside"for  them. Rev. N. E. Read, ^who^is the Prelate of the local lodge; andi well up in  Pythian KnighthoodV ; will' preach a  special sermon entitled "Brotherhood."  This text is 6ne of the cardinal iprinci-'  pies of the order of Knights of Pythias<  embodied in the virtues of Friendsjjip^ ^!  Charity   and   Benevolence   whic^ 'BmT  Order teaches, and Rev. N. E'^e^ is  therefore in a particularly goo^ijibsiti^n  ���������.������������������������������������     . i- -    ^'������������������- ���������������������������.'..'������������������-������������������������������������.--���������//������������������^i?7'.^-..���������-  to present tnem to everyone A>resentf  A girl's  guild has beep ^jforaied ������b  ii*6������ra;n������Eafalisv:;'- prcisents <i .'memorable  evening of music"-laughter and song.  Character sketches of the national life,,  in costume, lend pleasing variety to the  performance. Lena Duthie's impressive  renditions of tlio.immortnl songs of Soot-  land and Ireland, have won her the siu-  cerest praise of Press and public everywhere.  The seats are on   sale at   the   Drug  store, aud th-i prices are-7fic, 50c and 25c.  ADMISSION  CHILDREN  $i.oo  2S CtS  Doors open 7^80. Commouco 8.S0  Secure Tickota-Early.  ^SEii^miJMsa^ssswssfSEi^^i^  .i������i.i ������iiii������m'ii������win i''w������������%i:if"tv-t-"���������*"���������*"���������-^-"--^^*^"������'  Complete'  '    ROUGH mid  '������������������'���������     DRESSED:-LUMBER'  '  . ���������*���������'  ������i������ii^rii������iii������������������'ifriiiwi/-t,*~"*'^''-"ai>''l'"''*'^^'-w*"-"-*M'''"*,^J-"'^  Prompt cAttention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let us Figure with.you on that Building  , A largo contingent of rooters-from  Moyio went through with tho Moyic  hockey team to Nelson last Sunday.  They carried with thorn .the best wishes  of tho Creston sports.  \  I  mMmmM^^%������tiL*vJMH*t*mniw'^miiwmJ>*mmmm^m  _  <P.O: BOX 24 CRESTON. B.C.  v fafe^jMsBsta^artstfi^^  The ioo harvest is on. Cordwood is  thrco and a half delivered.'      .  Moyio���������liockoy team is playing nt the  Ronslnnd Carnival. .Lust ,��������� week'.'they!  hold dowii the Coleman team, tho score  boiug )3-y , '..,. ;,';'.'  1 Mr. .T.' G. Sl-uttK is tho only Hvlng.  actor fa'forcnl l.y tho irronoli Govern-'  mont. with the Legion of honor of  Franco. ^ This wa������ couforred on him by  tho Frenah Prosident in recognition of  tho i'not that ho whh tho most'natural  actor in tho pi-ofcuftion.  Advert isiiiK" bwyo pays, In answov  to a l'ocenb nil, in thin paper, tho. advor-  ���������tisor told ufl ho had rc(5iHvod thivly re-  plios through tho punt.  For lioiHg drunk and tHi:ordovly,- n  Swodo (Gin iiimi<>rl>]ni>') was haulod up  bol'oro '.Tufitico Mullf,iulaiito tills wnck,  Ho wnsi Kivon the  hcjicilt _ oi'  tho First  OiPinulovn' Act ami a liH-tuvo.  ���������   ��������� f  Foit   Wm.:������--A   lh'ii(������i:jih!tn:nl   chorN  ininvhull (|iO(liKi'������;ii irounlV'vn'il, to pnr-  fhnr-fr).    Apply a! UkvSuw otltco.  i .  'J'Uci cniii wvUU'V itt tho MniiltoVu  hfilii'l, (Jriihbroolc, wyin broliou inloMoiw  day ntsht and a hiiiiiII auunmt got away  with bynomo *>uo nnUnown, Thri tldof  overlooked aouiy ^ in iloiug tho trick..  Little Neilfo Wilson, daughter of .'our  Provincial Constable, mot with an ac-  cide.nt whilst cbasting on a sleigh last  Friday aiteruoon down the big hill. She  collided with-tho-..bridge and suffered  severe bruisqs. .-It was at first, thought  that the little one had several ribs  broken.  Laurier & Co.;aro now hearing somo  (ruths about British Columbia from the  "Solid ;Cous.'" at Ottawa. Guess it  sounds a woo bit strange to thorn'; but a  few short arm jolts liko tho ones delivered will help the'.'whole thing along.  It won't hurt Quobeo. audit-will help  ���������us...  connection   with     the j/p^sbyter������an  church.   The object of thai fggmbers is  for mutual improvement nn/c������%o assist* i  the church and purchase a nfeiw^ orj  Miss Jessie Dow has been elected presi  dent and Miss O: Hickey secretary.' All  girls from 12 to 20 are invited to become  members.   It is the intention to give a  concert and Shadow Social Feb. 19th.  Bean Social  The social given by the LadiesV aid &,  the Methodist ohnrcn laat evening was' -,  very well attended. Although the night *  was wet.,  many  cutters  and. sleighs  journeyed to Erickson, at which place  the social was held.   About fifty were  present at Mr., Geo. Cariright's real'  deuce,  where 'many   pleasant' game*  weue  indulged in.   The  "banquet oS ^,  beans'-'  was   held    in   th������   boarding  house of the Oreston Lumber Co.  Arthur Okell, notary * public^ and  Geo. A. M. Young have formed a co*'  partnery to do business in jelling then?  lands, ih fire, accident, and ISxe in*  surance and aii'wthino' else* that cfisnss  tuvug.  Lest ye forget 1 Creston' needs fire  protection. In short���������WHAT ARE  WE GOING TO DO ABOUT AT?  On Saturday, Feb. 18th, a Grand  Masquerade Ball will he held' at Porfi  Hill.  Creston parties paid a surpri&s visit to  Victor Carr's ranch last night  TAINTED MONEY*   - -  There is a good deal of hypocrisy in the  contempt for tainted money, or 'money  earned a&o^gained from some medium  t re contrary to the laws of the com������  munity, or ia other words money, that  is delved froai sources that are ouerat-������  ingln direct/opposition to the moral and  wsQff/|Jhecountrt*>. tTnfortunate-  thawyBt money from'snoa oources  is/co^iafKi,  and while individuals ca  The ladies, we feel sure, will not feel  mad with us, if we suggest that they  remove their headgear and expose their  luxuriant tresseB at tho Opera -House in  f fiture when a show occupies the boards.  ���������I Sheriff Tuck .of Nelson, and./W-! H.  Herchemer, the latter repreaenting the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal company .have  seized everything that was loose -at the  Sullivan, Kimberiy, including a quantity of coke for which the Sullivan Mining company has not paid.  Our office .towel fell off the hook yes  terday and broke its neck. We mourn  for that towel I   It has gathered up our  tears and blood, and the- gore of delinquent snosoribors for many years in other  parts of this glorlouB province   R.I.p.  Tho man who sneers at us would bo  very much surprisod if lie know what  we thought of him.  the d&e/Sand may publicly denounce the  r^H^sms through which tns money'is  made, they also on the other hand have  o scruples in taking it.   It' is highly  amusing to see papers that talk down '  the liquor business,-pocket the mssrey ot  the manufacturer and dealer with unct- '  uous p&tisf action: the same may hs said  of other forms of tainted money.    In  the Toronto Globe the other day was an  editorial condemning the liquor traffic'  and advocating its curtailrasnt, while  immediately alongside were two largo  sized   advertisements proclaiming the  merits of   " Rye   Whiakey,"   and  "��������� Beer,"   the plea of course is thafc'  a journal is selling advertising space,  not opinions; but this exouW tor taking  the money of the people whose tratfneaa,  it denounces i&the sholloweitlcindof.  pretenoe.    If whiskey in r. bad'thing,  the man or the paper thai:'knows or  proelaimssit so andusdathe money, of  such avtraffio fto build up ita(or his qwn.  business is tho worst kind q������ hypOQrito.  Liquor in this cose can ho very well  used as a simile for other thing! ist like  manner.���������Mall-Eorold.  S  n  Rev. N. E. ReadTeave's in a few days  for Oranbrook to [attend  tho animal  J Presbytery convention. '      .'  it  %f* ������.i������  ^������k*%������>>y.^^:->^������KH!v:{^5.*  <$��������� Hew? just opened up a line of  <������>      the Celebrated Railroad King^  I OVERALLS  |; and!���������J.ack.is   ���������  T Kenhtcby  Jccui Pants,   and  ^, Mechanic's Overalls.    First  \ Class Roomy Garments.  ������*wmmnmw*nm*am  A Gash Guarantee  Ten   Cents   a   Button  j Twenty-five Ccn'ta a Hip  IV������ nro A|(������n(������ lor- (ho CetobraioiH  "Feaboilys* Overalls"  For ovctry button thnt  ,comos off ono of thn  Rall-road King or Mtc-  hnnlo King OvornllH wo  will glvo you ton conts,,  and for ovory rip In a  simm wo will Rive yon a  quartnv ol* a dnllnr, within 110 days from/day of  pnroIiUHo.  TOortb tDc Coot of  ���������11  "VI  m  '���������m  Creston  Mercantile   Co. 'fti^-tfr^^j^.V^r.V-;'* >:;������������������  a^agKfft.yj������;-{<:.v.-".'l^->?..r:-; --.���������..������������������.-.;  ^*J^^������^-������-"~^^  *mw>^ -jwiVt^MW yteWUMH viw'������*2CiJ^,*������*i**������l*MWiUatt4d^^ i*JiR!  THE-   CRESTON    REVIEW  ������2AD  OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTABLISHED ������867  ������. ^ALEEK, Present; :���������- ���������    , ���������������    I Paid-up Capital, $1 0 .000^00  ^8^a������RL/aaaiGew������|..s5aii.SK| Reserve Fund, -   6,0.0 0,Q00;  Branches throushout Canada, snd in the United States and England *  <��������������� ��������� ���������. ���������.. > ���������, ..  IMJBY   BUSINESS  K���������7:fHcJIity affords! to farmers and  banking* business.  ti*mB������ KAIL  wa/ with equal fad'.lu  others for the transaction of their  Kales notes will be cashed or taken for collection.  ���������  -���������'     ��������� *J  Accounts tray be opened  by mail   and  monies deposited or withdrawn in this  122  PERCYS. FOWLBB, MANAGER, CRESTON BRANCH  ^        ,  ..   1  i hg * S^ge-firm ^sftt\i&F&ii       A Communication  ^ Published every Thursday at Creston,  jarituh Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  uaaiaff vw., at: their office, jpiees Street,  Creston.  ���������3"s������=  J.  A'PtrsmvoH  - - Editor.  oafcsesiptloa, $3 00 a year, strictly in  _  advance.   No pay, no paper.  ^ So stand off for Legal Advertising.  Qsaok ads. inErodnced to waste paper  haskst; same with unsigned  contributions.  80-Day Notices, *5; 60, $7.50; 90, $10  "We are Mere primarily to makes million  and incidentally to advertise the re-  sources of the town and district. It  is our aim to eee that Creston sets a  eqsare deal in all matters, and we  shall Bcourg������ the wicked and canomze  boosters. There are no strings on  u������ vuinu 53u ns s*cns will tuciste  our policy and take the medicine.  Everybody with the price can rake  this paper, and nothing extra is  charged for reading the ads. Tell us  the. gossip and the scandah we need it  in our business.   Bring is your ads  To the Editor:  Dead, Dry - Drunk. There We have  the whole situation in a nutshell. When  the Rev. D. W. Scott closed up th9  lodai hotels on Sunds~ he .was no*-- ?������*���������������  sighted enough to see the evil results  that would accrue. It's too bad that  the narrow-mindedness of a cranfe  should bring about the ultra result of  the one he aimed at. Had his reverence any idea of the "other side of the  question," he would have been a long  time before he tried to make his antagonist lie down on a four flush. What did  we see last Sunday.   Why, Mr. Editor,  Wild Rose Lodge No. 39  KNIGHTS OF  PYTHIAS  Creston, B, C.  Meets  every  Monday  at   8   p.m.   ii������  Speers' Hall.  F. O. Oorry, C. C.  A. E. French, KofB.&S.  ' '  .   O- Hendren, M. oE F.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  . ;"   "...       >^j    ...       1   ' .   '   .. 1 .������.������������������������������.  As the winter is about gone, I will  now sell horse blankets cheap. J. Carver  "Writing to the editor from New Denver, Mr. Jno. Atherton refers to tho  "Stuttz Theatrical Co." that appeared  there three nights recently and which  will appear here Friday aud Saturday  of this week. He says: "It is the  best stock company I have seen since  I came west. Mr. Stuttz," he says, "is  a great actor. The Bosun Hall was  packed every night, aud it is generally  conceded that it is the best show that  ever came to New Denver."  MINING STOCKS  (Beale & Blwell, Brokers, Cranbrook)  January 37, 190!>  Aurora Consolidated  B.O: Amalgamated        .0 2%  B.'CS. Copper 7 00  Consolidated Smelters 85.  Canadian N. W: Oil  Can. Goldfifkls  Cranbrook Five Brick  Diamond Coal  Diamond ValeCoal  Dominion Copper  Iu& Coal & Coke  Nicola Coal Mines  Nipissiasr  North Star  MoGillivray C. Coal  Rambler-Cariboo  Royal Collieries  Society Girl  Sullivan \  Tema&kiuuing 1.C4  Veteran War Scrip <ki>.'00  Western Oil ordinary 1.25  Western Oil preferred 1.40  .00  ...������_;,'.  .B0  ...18  .87"  .73  ���������.0*J.v;  O.iMV  .(���������0  .30  Asked  .3f>  '-. .04 ..'���������  7.75  90.  ���������47  . o  1 10  .54  .17  An  .SO  .on  10.10  A'i  ���������Wi  .88  .2f>  . \H.  1.05  55J5.00  3.00  iliipp  ������  The Leading I  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  ���������MWIL- _  ���������ol^jssSST w  I have lived in Creston three years, and  BOOST!  Prosperity is now the pass word and  every one in the district should boost-  Many new settlers are coming in and  we should all prepare foe the rush of  people who will foe here as soon assuring  . There ia hut one way in which we can  build cp our town and community and  that is by being nRr.nirr.oss in all things  that are undertaken for the welfare of  all concerned.  The Board of Trade which was recently organized here should be seriously $ragfi|e!j@g ag it i������ the strongest or.  ganixation that can be formed and all  matters that are taken up by the Board  of Trade are sure to he free from political as well as selfish motives, and therefore any resolutions passed oarry great  weight. Tho Board of trade means  help for everyone in the distriot, and  therefore every man in this community  ahoald become:.s> member ntonoe, and  not only a member in name but a good  livaworScerland booster andattepd every  meeting. Wewant the Government to  reclaim the flats, Oreston's greatest  aiset, we want the Government to open  np in������ several thousand aorea of land  that is almost in our townalto and now  hold nrider timborlionnBea, and we want  ������ hundred other different things which  ���������yecaaaefe get ualecs vrz ^resk&s. one  ho<ay, oo 1st np got together and boost.  I s=w Si<^s msn tsJid^r the influence of  liquor than I hare ever seen before in  the town. It is a shame that tb*s  should have been brought about. I  will take an affidavit- that I never saw  a drsnksn mas on the streets on a Sunday before yesterday- Xt has been my  experience that the men who imbibe  occasionally on a Sunday have a little  bit more regard for the day of rest than  the Bev. Scott, who brought about the  trouble.     Perhans   Mr.   Scott   thinks  Merrill, the barber, has secured from  one of the Indians a maguificenc Sjjwci- j  men of the American bald-headed  eagle. It is a male bir.l, plumage in  grand condition, and from tip to tilpof  wings it measures S ft .*$ in. The  eagle was <hot by a keen-eyea red man,  whilst it was sailing above the reserve.  Mr. Merrill is having it mounted.  Miss D. A. McKinnon, postmistress  and general storekeeper at Silverton,  B,C, was here thi3 week sizing up  conditions for starting a dressmaking  business and a ladies' furnishings store.  f  X<X7  I  Our   Guests  c4gain j  OU will make no mistake  when you get off" the train...  if yon sign the register at  the ' Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of. our, guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a mariiier up-to-date* and the Bar  is stocked second to none in the  .Province. '  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  TleadGuarters .fo*" "Minnie" TV'TeBi  Lumbermeu, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Wo notioa eom������ of our exchanges are  pnbliahing miileading reports regarding  uanditionB along tho Crow's Nest, and  their aoMrtlonf that n strike ia expected  in April, art nnfonnded. Tho new  agreement vill he signed in April  between the coal miners and ownow,  >i������6Vp^e������t. harmony now exists. The  only ri^^ the late is at Hillorest, Alts,  where iitr. Hilihns arbitrarily attempted  toredtuM������lpioetr  Longboat and Bhmbb will run their  propoaed race tomorrow (Friday) at  Madison Hanaro gardens, \shruhh had  au injured toe and he rerased to torn  d^mhi������lMK)k������r������andtake rlflks on his  rapatatlon by goiaar to the marie nnflt,  Thete ate many who think the Bogllsh*  man wUl defeat the Indian, although ho  lsttwtohlng a bis; point to meet him.  Just at the present momtmt the editor  of this paper is greatly ooncerned anent  the eating oanohuittes of his pYO^etty  and those dependent upon Uie pajstreale  of this paper. WUl these who owe ms  kindly take* tumble and do the square  thing. Itt������kefiwlndt������alLanacrobfitlo  Imaglnatkin, and a wheto lot of mitle  to keep our pautry above low witter  mark.  ntrtww*'"**'��������� "f *'  The editors of the Fewrie Ledger and  3Tree Proas continue to pay homage to  ���������neh other through their xwpeetiv*  wilnmn*.   Oat it on*, Keats.   It* hurt-  that- ho csn Sii up his church on Sundays by closing the bars, but he has  another think coming.   He has got to  be a little, piece more broad-minded than  he is now.    He may. be all right on  bean suppers  and   layer, cake socials,  but when he tries to prevent me from,  having my glass of beer on a Sunday  he just happens to be stuck.    Because  why?    Every Sunday I walk in from  my rauoh, and I want to shake hands  with everybody who walk in like myself, to talk on current topics and smoke  a pipe and take a glass of beer.   I came  in last Sunday, as usual, and I never  caw a more sorry sight.   The bars were  shut tight, bnt tho men who should  have known better   were intoxicated.'  Row did they secure the means?   I will  tell yon:    They obtained bottles overnight and indulged too much the next  day.    There is   tho evil, Mr. Editor.  Gnt off a Britisher's privileges and he  will immediately go to the extreme to  circumvent his opponent.   Tell him he  "shall not" drink when he feels like it  and ho willhavo his glass of beer in  spite of hell and high water.  Tho churches have handled hitherto  the liquor question with groat oantion,  but the Rev. Soott^inhis own little way,  is endeavoring to handle it "without  gloves." It is my oxporionco that tho  men who "oomo up with tho dough"  when "dough" is needed by tho churches  In the worst kind of way, arc those who  are either interested in the sale of drink  or those who drink andpaywhon they  feel like it. This may strike tho Rov.  Soott as being wicked, but ho 1b only  one, and he doesn't out much ioe, anyway.  I eame to town last Sunday and I  wanted a glass of beer. I trlod my  damnedest at both hotels and got turned  down. There's the point, sir I It shall  neter occur again. I'll watch that I  will have a touch in my cabin next Sun������  day, fcttd there will be many moro like  me. Ulr. Scott can drink my hoalthiu  milk, exactly at ono o'clock next Sunday, tMMMMO I shall bo doing somothlug  different jjust at that momont. I pay  mtm twee than Mr. Soott does, and I  jote tomjxtrenco, bnt I fool hot at his  etnpid nation, and I want to register my  Wok* YonrH,  BRYDOOKED RANCHER  Ow������fon������ F#>bl. 1000  Jas. A. i<"erguson, Moyie, came in  Tuesday to start a dancing academy.  Eastern papers to hand contain most  flattering references to the new conservative members from British Columbia, aJl of whom were heard from during the debate on the address in reply  to the speech from the throne, the general consensus of opinion being that  they stand head and shoulders above  the average members ������f the house of  commons, Kootenay and Ysle-Cariboo;  therefore, have no reason to regret the  choice they made on Nov. 12.���������Nelson  News,  Bob Edwards, of the Calgary Eye-  Opener, has personally applied to Hon.  Rudolph Lemieux for the privileges .of  the mail for his breezy journal. He is  now at Ottawa.  Fob Sale.���������Baby Grand Enabe  Piano. $450. Some cash and easy  payments.   Address this office.        2-25  FOR SATE IN CHESTON AT  5. A. SPEERS.  WJNMIIIMl    .' *   ���������"-  We can supply you  prompttv with  Fresh Eggs,  Fresh  -    \^- P*������r t*** 9>  pfirraTrirfftfTro~<roTr5^^  1  Butter  eat  &&OS.  Fish  The pitt week there have been a large  amnlw*������f Irtsiiot* to town looking for  t f ������lfc liffld*i town tots and business open.  jtnp*  isjsjt������sjsjsjsje������������������sisjsjsjasiesisjsjsj������|  iJnllwCI  Harness and  addlery Store  Everything is the Best."  One quality!  Only  Bring your Repairs  Get your Shoes  Fixed at Carver's  Harness Shop.  ��������� atfllfll^flflaftn^lftl^^^lahlss^  PARTICULARLY IF  IT    IS     PLASTER.  You can tell me your needs  with confidence because I  can .fill the bill.  Ed. Pulljames  PI   A QT PD P i>  Cured Hairi  and Bacon  Sausage, etc.  \H������������������������"������������������������/vetif      1   ftft"?      i  nffi  ������������������0llttUIIUUR.L6ai tilO  Highest 'Prices paid to  Farmers for  CATTLE  HOGS  POULTRY, Etc.  Limited  CRESTON  B.C.  yckman  Tinsmith  and  Plumber  Timvare  Stoves  Wiping  Hot Air and Hot  Water Heating a  Specialty*  sP  %ivev������, ifeeb anb Sales  Stables ������  CjULSJUl  aGRAmcpEALERS  WOOD AND COAL SUPPLIED, ' 3  LJLOJLOJUUUUU^^  1  ���������     ' -~ ������������������       ��������� ��������� ' ��������� ���������   ���������������     ������������������     -     . 1.   . -r  ^<A^s*fcf*^^V\������VWWV<(^^  4  r rencn e  CRESTON, B.C.  v^u.  I  PI  umpers, ilea and Meam Fitters  $ Sato?, Hammering, 'Brazing and Repairing a Speciality |  Plumbing Supplies kept in stock.   Tinshop in connection >  Estimates made on all Plumbing Work.  **>*SVWf<&***Wfiv*S<^^  Stat?te^ <5l Co.  Wholbflnlo  Provisions,   Proiluce,   Fruit  Oonovnrcommlwlou AiciTiinniii  NELSON        -        B. C.  St Valentine's Day, Feb. f 4th  Mi*^ww������*^MSM<IWiMa������WiW^^ i������i ">  A Lot of Nice  %l..J J. V J-...JI L,..uJ JL     \tuJrJL V  DRUG 3 BOOK  I  *m  mmmmmmtm mm\mtMMtmiM&imm0������<iiM%;:::;p>it); Ti0^mm^mi>mmm  ^Q^*&&&&&^^  * THE PLACE TO GET  Your Furniture;  Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains  Linoleums, Ranges, >Stovcs and Crockery.  We Furnish your Home Complete,  Standard furniture G  CompUle House Furnishers and Undertakers  Write for Prices NELSON,   B*C* \  ,.,. i i  ������-T-*-'���������������^^������**'^*������W������lM.TOII������!g������M.!lill!OtlLl.Mill'JMllfcl������WI������IMill tt������  fl  i Among the Commercial men who paid  our town a visit thi3 week was the  salesmen for the Robert M. Moore and  Co., of Vancouver, B.C. the peoplo who  iustal the famous gasoline lighting systems. Of course Mr. Moir, as is his  usual hahit when stopping off here,  dropped iuto the sanctum of the Review,  where he and the editor of the paper  had; a pleasant conversation about  everything in general regarding their  system of lights. Mr. Moir remarked  that he had a very successful trip since  leaving Vancouver last August, he being now on his return trip to the coast.  During the past five months he has been  stationed at Eernie whore, since the  great Are, he,has installed over one hundred systems of the Moore lamps, all  of which are giving great satisfaction,  coming as a boou to a stricken uown.  Pernio today, Mr. Moir says "is-the best  lighted city in British Columbia, a  statement which we cannot but������������������; agree  with. Mr. Moir leaves today for Nelson.  He is accompanied on his trip by his  valued assistant, Mr. W. Sanderson, an  old Peterboro boy. They expect to reach  the coast in about four weeks time.  Al.   Green had to ������shoot' a valuable  horse yesterday owing to a broken leg.  Three drummers were conversing in  the reading room at the Crestou hotel,  and one of them asked the others what  they did to let their wives know when  they wore coming home. "I," ho said  '' send a wire to my old hen the day before  I arrive " The secondsaid, "I generally  Vyait till I (strike my home town, aud  then I go to the nearest telephone office  and ring up my "old dutch." Said tho  ''third:'.'- "Say, you fellows are as slow  as the K.V. train. I alway go straight  up to our door without any warning;  ring th*1 front door bell violently, aud  then sneak round' to the back with a  club. And, say; there hasn't been one  get away on me for three years."  "Have you frogs' legs?" asked a man  of the waitress at the Cafe this week.  "No. I haven't, Mr. Smarty Ales; it's  rheumatism that makes me walk like  this," she replied.  After being tied up for. three weeks,  the Great Northern train that runs  between Bonner's ferry and Kuskanook  got through to-day (Thursday). Between Creston and Port Hill the track  is in fine shape^ there being about six  inches of snow covering the metals.  The trouble laid south of Port Hill.  FOR SALE,���������A four roomed cottage,  lot and workshop, right in the heart of  town. Owner wants imniediate cash  and will sell for a snap. No easy terms  or agents. Get after this. Apply  Review office.'  ^ There will be 32 days between no-  inirmtioia and polling days.in the big  and sparsely settled 03nstituencyt of  Comok-Atliu, in which a bye-eieetioh  is now being held as a result of the  resignation- of Mr. "William Sloan to  make way for Hon.; William Temple-  man. Itis'not'so very; long; since'a  bye-election was held in Kootenay in  which it. was claimed ihat 24 days  were necessary between nomination  and election days in order to. comply  With the law in the matter of getting  ballot boxes distributed, etc. The  striking poiufa about the matter is that  Kootenay can be covered in about.half  the time that it will.take , to coyer  Comox-Atliu.���������Nelson News.   ;':  %������  "Creston had a "hard times" ball One  night last week. Creston is top good* a  town to have a dance of this sort."  :���������Moyie Leader. . : :  ' But the dancers were' socked a buck  and a half for the privilege of being  hard up for one night, B'rer Smythe.  (Ed.)  Mar Hotel  A Home from Home.  Headquarters for mining  men.  First class in every respect.  Adjoining G. P. R. Depot.  Campbell & Graf,  wietors,  B, C.  >iraari  LIKE THE OWL  ���������   miw  And Stop al  MERRILL'S  Barber Shop, Munro Block  SAMPLES  ^,i  Come and See ine n������v        s  l!r-0 at th$ Tailor Sho|>   .   sL  :er  Lines Nowin.  I  JIG   UIVGIolUC   HUidGifSSf   I3IIQHU   IUlfcdj**UiUi  Are the Largest Nurseries in B. O., and the Nearest to CRESTON.  NO FUMIGATION g  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN" STOCK.   For Catalogue and Price List  Address WALTER V= JACKSON, A������ent-  CRESTON, B.C. 'Phone 9. Line No. S  We can suit you to   .  Perfection and Guarantee  A Fit.  Mc Leod  . ..Ai.  ssB  o.  iviERGHANT  TAILORS  ws<s>BiBimuifaii.>ag*������������*������-"������i"-~~-s-a-=���������    i"    _  _ Ed        S     B  **~S V>" %_������ %^  I  t K h o i  i  ������.!,!  BBS" >*  ������  **^  The climate of the Creston district is so  mild in winter that seldom does the mercury  touch zero,, and in summer the ^weather is  very "warm which is so beneficial for the cultivation and coloring of fruit. Cool evenings, however, are a persistent factor for the  enjoyment of repose. The early springs are  very favorable for gardening and budding  fruit tree. The autumns are very long  and the weather is of an ideal Indian summer. Violets and wild strawberries bloom  as late as November.  The soil is an alluvial clay on a clay subsoil. This does not apply, however, to the  entire valley, as the lower bench lands are of  a black vegetable mould, while the land in  the vicinity of Erickson is.of a sandy Ichar-  acter. Four-fifths of the entire valley' is  free from stones and gravel. The land is  practically level and mostly covered . with  ��������� timber. Fine Government roads are plentiful, one being thirteen miles in length. Soil  to suit any kind of vegetation may be secured in thiis valley.  xTfeotsture  Moisture is plentiful, as it rains every  mouth and is sufficient for bountiful crops of  every description.  lP>robucts  The. famous strawberry fields of Creston  have outclassed every district in British  Columbia this year for production, quality  and prices. In addition to this we raise hay  and all kinds ot vegetables, apples, peaches,  pears, plums, cherries, nectarines and grapes  as well as all the smaller bush fruits, which  grow in abundance  ������c������s  WRITE FOR ANY  INFORMATION  While there is a splendid local  demand   s  for products; the principal markets-for the, g  ,Creston district are the' big centres of  the  1  Crows' Nest Pass and all cities as far  east  i  as Fort William an^ Chapleau, and as far  \  north as Athabasca Landing.    We are ab- 1  solutely the closest producing point to the  markets, therefore we receive higher /prices  by reason of our products reaching the markets in shorter time and better in condition  than can be done by any other district.  transportation,. .  Creston is well favored in, the matter of  transportation. The C. P. R. passenger  -��������� trains call, here twice daily^ going east ;and/  west. The eastbound passenger and express passes through ; here; at I2.i ���������p.m.;  therefore allowing berries and fruits to be  picked in the forenoon and shipped in a re-  frigeiator car with no:further 'handling of  fruit until-the markets are';-reached. ;The  G. N. runs trains into Creston. The rail-'  roads pass through the Creston Valley, and  fruit may be loaded at eight points along  the line.  progress r  *  The progress of the Fruit Growing In-  dustry of the district has been  very rapid.'  Five years ago there  was   150  fruit  trees  shipped to the Creston district, while in the  spring of  1908 about  48,000 were received  at this point.   There were'also several htwi-  dred thousands  of strawberry  plauts  and"  berry bushes shipped in.    We have a rural  telephone  system,   which  will  shortly  be  connected with Nelson  aud, Cranbrook,  it  being already connected with Spokane.   . A  system for waterworks and also for generating electric  power  has 1 been  installed  at  Goat River Falls.    Electricity will also aid  in opening rip some of our large mines, We  have a good Graded School with an attendance of 65 pupils, two large general  stores,  gent's furnishings, Canadian Bank of Commerce, photograph gallery, 3 restaurants, z  hotels,   hardware   store,   tinshop, jewelry  Store, 2 barber shop.*, poolroom, 2 laundries*  blacksmith, furniture store, tailor, building  contractors, harness and saddlery store and  two livery stables.    The professional men  ' are a doctor and government surveyor.  The Social advantages are, Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian aud Methodist churches,  several fraternal lodges and three halls.  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'.  ^^^^^$^0^10:^ ="'' ';"y t  :>���������;���������..-���������  S^IS^^'^'^������;.r^^.v^-'-'-'-      -V'.  ,:-        .,.':  ^^p^pj^gy^j;'^;.';.���������:   ..;  ;' ;���������-;.' \ -  ||lf^iMfM'i-K/:- ���������/;'  7" '������������������'��������� '  ^S^vi^H^K-'���������:'.-'"-.; :    -  .'���������  3������in^^y^'^>y^.-'y.l; ' .y';.'  i������|$BSyfV" v-;; '������������������::-'- ���������,; ������������������  ' '. .'���������  / '���������  ||f|S^$10f vi>. '  V^-*w=*T*pj������r* *���������  ^^^^"'���������"^S.^^sv^t^.ijfc^^^^-^'^Hwli****  ��������� ���������W������^KMaM^f^]>^^^,r<M^W  ������ uHf���������  f^!^^^  ;Alf.^lttla'y.KJ..i'.������ ���������; " ^-^-.-^'iyrg'- .���������-���������':'".'?: .'��������� J-.'^.-1"''y '-:-'-':!?a**'i  4.y^oAW^������������^Vt^i*i^  i^.^^afl>i������'-pksz^  THE   CRESTON   REVIEW  PROFESSIONAL  Tas. H. schoMeld  j&ro, &f������jmd ^.cciSent ^cstfrance"  !        REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  B.C.  ���������::A.  *T*    ,DT*fcj!"������T?"D/TV"^M  _ jL ,,������, gjOjSS/X *> **jz������ -���������������  ;4? Bookkeeping, Auditing, Etc.  ?Sr-   ��������� ���������.^ ������.     ... . _ y   :    ._  '���������    v  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  ICHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.GJ; Land Sukvisyor a>*i> ���������A'KcrirrECT  vi":_ '���������'" Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -    ' -  - B.C.  J.  T>. ANDERSON  Bkixish   Columbia^ Z?axd   Surveyor  T&AIL - -   .  MissTlMA-RTIN.  MATERNITY NURSE  CRESTON  Br  ���������v.  Messrs. Slallandaine, Riel aud Bevan,  Creston delegatesv^to "the 'Associated  Board..of Trade meeting at TraiT'last.  week, have retorued home well satisfied  at the good work they accomplished.    t  . Ed. Bell and sister have returned  from a trip to Nelson, where they have  bsen to compare fruit lands.      .. ^    _, ,,  ; W. E. Cart-right^ the well known Calgary dentist, was here doing business  this week.  ; Harry "Wright, gold commissioner aud  Government agent at Nelson, recently  bought some towu lot*-, here,.- and wc  understand that he is about to have a  business ��������� block constructed on Lot 4,  Block"A. Several other busiliessmouses  are going up on ihat block in the spring.  Genial Fred Little has been bedridden  for a few days with a very bad- attack of  la grippe. He is around again,- but is  not looking too well.  Music, laughter and song veign supreme in Lena Duthie's "An evening  in Scotland and Ireland."  Mr. deWoolf, manager, of the  Bonners Ferry Lumber Co., one .of the  biggest concerns on the American side,  near here, was a visitor to towu on Saturday and Sunday.  The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will -.hold their regular  meeting at tho home of Mrs. Dow, on  Friday Fob. 5 th. All the ladies of the  church cordially invited.  Mrs. Dow, President.  If yon would hear the songs ofSfeot-  land and Ireland, sung as thoy were  meant to be sung, then don't fail to  hear Lena Buthie, Opera house Tuesday evening.  The water pipes are now laul through  Sirdar avenue, and connections will be  made in a fe\y days.  The appealing tenderness of uAnnie  Laurie," as rendered by Lena Duthio,  has moved vast audiences to tears. Hear  her, you will uever/foeget the memory  of her wonderful soprano voice.  >TI  A*^S9 \Jyf vw VV/ V\/ W  : iiiiJL'Jg?iii..J.t!.'.jji-!i.jg'  THE  CRESTON -:-  OKELL & YOUNG  Real Estate and Insurance.  CRESTON     -        -  B.C  A.. C.    BOWNE SSi  V? Loir sale Wine end Spirit  Sieschant  C ranbrock  B.C.  NOTICE���������The partnership heretofore  existing under the firm name of McKinnon & Northey this day has been dissolved by mutual consent.  A. A. McKinnon.  G. R. Northey.  Greston, B,C, January 21st, 1909.  ������������������"���������    aim g *a-s������  Watchmaker ������& Jeweler I  S A. Z  Special attention to  Watch Repairing  S  THE   CRESTON   BARBER  Ziiiiax ^sm^    Creston  !  C  >  ���������>��������� ES 3 5  'is 55 9 aos  Hfl  dILlikiiiJo  I With a Local Flavor  Demand for good local residential and  business lots is increasing more rapidly  than was expected for this time of the  year.  Dry Sunday was ushered in with  scowls and 'many heartburnings by the  "habituals/'andit wob an easy thing  to discern who were the ones who hod  bottles cached away. We are still of  tho opinion that a 'dry" town makes  drunkards of men.  Nelson heat Moyio at hookey last  Monday night by a score of 16 to 8. The  referee sent men to tho fence seventeen  times. The Nelson News sayB Lester  Patrlok played "good effective hookey,"  but we notice in tho same report he was  sent to tho fonco flvo tlmeB for infractions of tho mles.  The "Old Man" of Cranbrook has he- i ^  gun to prophesy again bo take notice,  all ye Grits and Tories, "the Provincial  House will dissolve at the conclusion of  the present session." Quite so, p'raps  not, we don't- think. Wonderful how  over-rlpo bananas affect some men's  upper stopes. Or i3 it just a case  of the wish being father to tho thought?  A mooting of tho members of the Farmer's Institute will bo held on Saturday  ^night. The mooting is called to appoint  delegates to tho annual convention of  ^h������ allied institutes to bo held in Victoria on Fobruory 84th.  The local delegates to the Associated  Board of Trades meeting at Trail were  shown through the Trail smelter, aud  wore presented with a bar of silver as a  momonto of their visit. Tho souvenir  was stamped ������������������Trail," with tho dato of  the presentation and "1'ino \W," denoting tho purity of the attver.  There was a very good ottendanco  last Saturday night at tho usual dance  o������ the Acnw Quadrille Olub.  ������������������Was She to Blame" is a pl������y  unequaled in the annal������ of  theatrical history. ������*<������* heart has ������  tender spot tUU.;play will mioW it. if  there is any good in your son! this play  will expand it. If there is any hnmar  in your makeup you will laugh till yon  cry. A story of Now KSngland W*. and  iwotatyin Knglaud���������m ������ ***** ������������������  no sw������et������ story ww '^^"'  t   ���������  Fine Cigars  and Cigarettes  Hot and Cold Baths  cHelson..  *  l^Dairy Co.  i j   i  Fresh Milk 'Delivered to  Any part of the Town.  Outside points supplied  regularly.  ������    @    ������  Hurry, ��������� ���������  . . Manager.  91  TjAND AOT.  Nclfion Land DiHtrict���������District of  W(iHt Kootonay.  Take wc'llco that A. A. 'Mf'Kimion, of  Ore>iton, B. 0., loggor, iutends to apply  for permiHtiioii to lonno th������ following  d������M������:ril)wl land: Oommonr.ing at a po������t  planted at the wmtlicmst corner of tho  H.W. % Hew, of HOOtUm II, UnvniiliipB,  tlienco wi'iit forty M<>) filiaiiiH, Uteuco  norlh forty MO) nlminu, thmico eant for-  ^.y (40) chaiim, tlumcrt south forty (40)  ehnlnH to ih<������ vnnt of <'.nnmnn������c������incnt,  containing ono hundred and nlxty iicith  mom or Iww, U'������it llivw will Us tho  IwundAty on tho wimt, north and east  T>at������a at Cfestoii, B.C.,N<������v, MtlWH  A. A, MoKlNMUH.  '^.A, subscriber asks: "What can I do to  ���������u^ven: slipping on the" sidewalk?"  Take the ceutroof tho road, old code.  A Subsoribor writes: *������ ...Audi  also notice that tho printing otnee windows havou't been cleaned sinco you  opened up." .  By jiminy, bo's right; we'll attend to  it right away. (Ed.)  Joe. Carver is about to build a 25 ft.  I store front on Lot 33, Block A.  "About $100 has now been subscribed  for the paraphernalia for the new gymnasium.  There must be something the matter  somewhere (.   There are   no births to  report this week.  1������������������;���������i-   W.1R.Beatt?  CRANBROOK -    . C.  0  The  mora) .'llirantnr  lUIUl    UllUblUl  ^    JAS. ADLARD |  Z PAINTER %  % PAPERHANGER1 %  & E1ALSOMINES ^  I      GLAZIER GSA3NES I  J . SIGN WRITER ���������  S WALL-PAPER     PAINTS  <���������  ��������� . . ' ���������. !������������������     ' ���������  ������  Residence,  *���������'"'���������'  "otoria Ave.  Dow Addition.   J  ��������� O  C.A., N.P.  %  ^^MS3P?V,,3  '. and .  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.  Fifteen Hundred encres of  FRUIT LAND for SALE  I commenced to pick this land up  years ago and laid down the  rule that it should have easy access for transportation, that it  should have good loam soil, that  prater should be applicable, and  that any one buying should, be  able to get back his wholp expenditure on his first good orop.  I will show to any one, because  I am proud of it ana also will sell  it in blocks from five acres up-  twords. 4  1-y   ���������   ��������� ���������  . Now Is the time to get your  Pictures. Framed!  I have a largo aud beautiful ae-  sorrmont of Mouldings.      Everyr  body invited to oorno in and see J  thorn, whether they buy or not.  I ALSO REPAIR OLD FRAMES  W. J. Downey  Photographer CRESTON  iO<MMiBJS|SJtt|JQaSJ*JSJB|gS|SJSH>SJ������������iSJ|  For FIRST CLASS  Horses and'*Rig&  UP-TO-DATE  SADDLE PONIES 'md  GO������D ������DRAY  TRY .  LENA DUTHIE, THE SCOTTISH SINGER AND ENTERTAINERv  CRESTOM LIVERY and  SftLES STABLES.  Dry and Orecn Wood  For Sale.  Moyie Brewery!  I  MOYIE,   B.C.  Mauufacturcra of tho Celebrated Lake. Sh ova Export.  BOTTLED BEEI^ A.SPECIALTY  Pure M������m n'tnin Spring Wntor used in tho Mauut'ucturo  of our Beer.  CHAS. 1NDERWIES, Manager, Moyie, B.C.  nwP  *im&hg**&*Jto\^\&^^)^i&^)&  Subscribe  T. H. HICKEY, Prop,  Blacksmithing;  and Shoeing:  j," Buckman   * Creston  _irirr   - ���������.,������������������,,.���������.,-���������..��������� |   SMOKE UM4Xi[/3U WGAB  Kold at the Munroimd Snu But field's  Union Goals  mmmmmmmmii<m'+*im*mmt

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