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Array i ti^.^^r������a^^ttilHij(^j**������W*Utnw-������,irHtrt *>4>.*m<*  i^^i^^^i^Mm^^t^^^wm^  ���������f-.^ j.'/^^.'^pwa^.fcV^t���������. tf ���������..  i l������"������W*������ir*T������ :��������� **'*������>*fWr'',*'!*,ti* ^ * V^ ������ii.������*.. *��������� ��������� "V^MfitM rf  v. *>i������-_     n*v*T wtP  -���������;.-;',3^3'vBS  7  Alt she News  of the  Creston  District  Sent to any  Address foi*  $2.00 a fear  ���������m;^  No.  Vol. I.  h  CRESTON,  B.C., THURSDAY,   FEB.' iS. 1909  Single Copies 5c.  %   . ���������   ���������  '^Nothing Definite- Done  Strachan Hats.  a  ��������� a a  l. nave now tne tse&t and  Most Complete Range of  n  Ridgway's Teas and Coffees.  General  Merchant  PEE  Creston,  B.C   Dramatic Club Formed  Creston is to have a Dramatic Society.  It was decided at a meeting on Friday  "*  night in McPsak's hall, at which about  24 ladie3 and gentlemen were present.  Mr. J. J. Atherton was voted to the  chair, and he called upon those present  who were interested in the formation of  a proposed dramatic club, to expound  their views. After several ladies and  gentlemen had spoken, the question  was put: "Shall we form a dramatic  society?" This decided upon, the election of officers was made. Capt. A. S.  FitzSerald was unanimously elected  president, and Mrs. McPeak vice-president. Miss Bertha -Moore, was elected  to the dual position of sec.-treasurer,  and a committee to draft a set of bye-  laws will, consist of Mr. B. FitisGerald,  Miss M. Moore and Mrs. FitzGerald.  . Mr. J. J. Atherton was appointed acting-manager, and Mr: Claude Merrill  stage-manager.  The first play to be staged by the new  society will be an excruciatingly funny  three-act comedy, entitled "Arabian  Nights," the same play is this week  being staged at Spokane by professionals.  It is perhaps not generally known that  Creston is 'particularly well off for  amateur dramatic talent at the present  time. Many of those who will be assigned ports in the first performance  have had much experience iu these clubs  and there is no reason why the theatre  going public should not prepare themselves for a treat.  The club is having scenery built and  a handsome proscenium, and drop curtain for the new Opera House. The  first rehearsal will be held this week.  H. A. French aud wife were visitors  to our town on Sunday.  For the   17th   of   Ireland  Arrangements are now maturing for  the grand entertainment that will be  put on by the ladies of the Catholic  Church, on March 17th (St. Patrick's  Day). The members of the newly  formed Dramatic club have arranged to  give their patronage and their aid.  Besides a diversified program of vocal  and instrumental music, three of the  i members will perform that very old,  but yet green and fresh farce, "Box and  Cox." It is also likely that a series oi  tableaux will be produced.   It will  School Board Meeting  A meeting of ratepayers was held on  Saturday last to decide upon the'proposal of the school trustees to: rent and  furnish a room in the Mercantile Co.'s  fTDuilding for  overflow pupils.   There-  commendation of the trustees was endorsed.   The bfier of the Government  t?o construct a new school house ;at a  foost.of $3,500 was read to the ratepayers,  'and the offer  elicited much fayorable  > comment. '[ '���������  \    A   meeting, of the  been called for  ratepayers  has  March   8th, at  be *��������� again  a great night, all our citizen readers are t which meeting the site for, tjie new  sure to make arrangements to be present, j school will be decided upon.   ,In this  A special meeting of tho Fruit Growths' Association of Crestou was held in  the offices of  Chas. O. Rodgers on Saturday evening last.   The president, Mr.  ;T. Cook, at  once  brought  before the  members the purpose of the meeting,  which was to decide upon! the proposal  of Messrs. Cloy and Sinmtonds,  wholesale fruit exporters, of Calgary, to handle  exclusively tne berry and fruit crop of  this district for the current year.   Mr.  H T. Hutcheon, a representative of the  firm was present, and he was invited to  state his views lucidly for the benefit of  the gathering, which was a thoroughly  representative one.   He stated that his  firm was iu a position to handle exclusively tne products of this district, and  that Creston fruit would be disposed of  to the greater advantage of the  local  ranchers.     Mr.   Hutcheon   heard   the  views of the local men upon the subject  and he will report to his principals upon  hie return.   As yet nothing definite .is  arranged in this matter.  The president brought to the notice of  the members a subject of importance  that was commented upon in the ' 'Review" two weeke ago, and that was the  desirabily of gaining fcr tho district a  reputation of growing the best staple  line of apples. He pointed out that there  was always a steady and ever increasing  demand for such lines as the Northern  Spy, Rome Beauty, Grimes Golden and  Mackintosh Red, and as fillers he would  suggest the Wagner, Jonathan, Wealthy  and Ontario. He said that the ranchers  were apt "to experiment with new varieties, and whilst he did not deprecate  this, he was strongly convinced, that the  ..,^'  public, who were the consumers, should \  3hrove=Tuesday B  The Acme Quadrille, Club has arranged for a grand Ball to be, held on  Tuesday next (Shrove, or xnora popularly know in the old country as "pancake Tuesday"), This .will be the last  opportunity for those who love to indulge in the "poetry of motion." before  the mournful season of Lent. Ash  Wednesday, the day following, according  to the traditions and prevailing custom  of the .Christian Churches, is the day  that preludes a. period of mortification  to the flesh to atone for the sins of the  faithful and the worldln general. The  glad arising from the period of penance  comes with the dawn of Easter.  It was'  the custom in the old days to niake  merry before the suffering seasoc. of  Lent began, and it is therefore possible  that the Shrovetide Ball of the'Acme  Quadrille Club will be the means of  drawing a big crowd together on "Pancake Tuesday." The music will be of  the best; the floor of the Opera House  will be specially prepared; aud visitors  from our neighboring/ towns may be  assured cf a royal time. The grand  ���������march will be eddied promptly at  9 o'clock, and it is particularly requested  that all members/will be on time wearing their badge^.  E. W. Stonoi", superintendent of the  Snowy Top/ mine, is do^wa from the  property. /He reports the strike of three  inches of/ rich copper ore in. the crosscut the^/ are now cutting to tap the lead.  The t annel is now 100 feet, and it is  figured that 125 feet more will reach  the rich vein. The ore encountered is  in a spur from the main vein.  f^he entertainment will be  given in the  Opera House. ���������' *   '  The Presbyterian ladies purpose holding a sale of good things (eatables) next  Saturday, the 20 th inst., in the Mmiro  block. Tea, coffee, cake, etc., will be  [dispensed during the afternoon, and  dainties suitable for Sunday's tea will  be for sale in bulk. ���������..  A number of Creston and Erickson  dancers went over to Port Hill on Saturday last to attend the Grand Masquerade Ball there. All report a high \  old time. Several of the Crestou boys  left here disguised as ladies, aud they  played the parts at tho masque in a  mantier that fooled our American cous-  *  ins. One in particular played his-part  so slick that it was generally conceded  that "she" was the beile ot tho ball,  When the unmasking came about, one  of the stung male dancers* waB heard to  observe. . " those Creston guys, anyway. I've been peddling lovo to that  little'girl.'"  Don't miss getting a slice of that delicious cream cako from the ladles in  tho Muuro block.  fJBKttBSBaSSSafM  connection it ig possible that the niag-  naxninious offer of Mr. Dow to ^Lonate  an acre of ground in his subdivision  j will be accepted.  Creston Athletic Club  A meeting will be held on Friday  rtext, Februrry" 26th, in the Creston  I lercantile Co.'s Hall. All interested  vrtll please, attend. . Very important  matters are tq.. be brought forward,  amongst others being the forming of  1 taseball and football teams and the fitt-  i ng up of a gymnasium  A special invitation is extended to  swing men intending tq become members of the club.  Services Next Sunday.  Catholic Church Notices.  Sun-  p.m.  reston  manufacturing  HMfEffUfff-ff  ������l������W������>������JI'IMMM>'fc**iMi**l*^  of  Complete    Stock  ROUGH and  DRESSED  LUMBER  tRrompt contention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let us Figure with you on that Building  ^ <RO. BOX 24  CRESTON. B.C  ffifv  Ternary 2tsfc, Mass at 10 a.m.;  !]<aay School, 8 p.m; Benediction, 4  \TFeTxmxy 20th, Choir Practice, 7.80 p.m.  ' J. Waqnkii, O.M.O.,  Pastor.  Church of England  IT"  Divine Sorviccs next Sunday will bo  to old iu the Mercantile Hall.   .Matins,  I Many, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.00 p.m.  Pirnji>:0. Hayman, Vicar.  By kind   permission of the Crestou  Mercantile Co., Church of Englaud eor-  vicoB will bo hold rogulurly in tho nov/  hall,   ,  Presbyter I.*������ Church Notice  Sabbath   Bohoal,   2.U0   p.m.   Diyino  \v ,'orship, 7.80 p.m.        N. E. Road,  Pufrtar.  Tho Rev. Philip O. Hayman, for iriorly  vl oar of tho parish of All Saints, <Lums-  dt n, Saskatchewan, arrived in Creston  hv ifc Thursday,  ascwnpaiiied  'iy Mrs.  Hi lyman, Miss Pau'onl and Miv'Pafltord.  M e nnd Mrs. Iluyimin. mid rob dives in-  roi id  moking their bouio at   Oioston.  Oi fiuo services will ho hold regularly.  I Tli o time and place wilT. l������o'announced  lliia  tho ������������������Revlow,"   This wlV. mean much  ,Un: the Church of England people residing  'iiu   ���������and nonr  Creston,   Air.   and  Mrs.  War, -man will bo glad t > vwloomo their  /Li. in tho now homo.  all on the rrimhytttriui ladles iu tho  iro Blouk.  be gi.veu the article they demanded^ If/  was one thing to grow apples that might  be infinitely superior to the popular /demand1, but/he feared nnmy ranchers  would go broke trying to educate the  palates of the public. So far- as fjome of  the varieties were concerned.he was confident that ��������� they were far superior in  size and fiavor to the better known lines,,  but he thought all would agree with  him that if money was to be made, and  that was the object, lie presumed, the  demands of the market should be met.  Many of our; ranchers now had their  orchrads planted-to S;������itzbergers, Wine-  saps, Delicious, and king Davids, and  undoubtedly these would in the future  become stale lines,,' but it was to the  markets of tho immediate future thoy  were to look to for disposing of their  produce. Success could be attained by  co-operation, becauso money was made  in the rogulax disposition of carload lota,  and he failca to see how a carload order  ot say, Nor/uhern SpicR could be filled if  the ranchf rs wero storing up varieties  for wliicl,, there was no domaud.  Mr. .T./Gompton followed iu a speech  along Similar linos.  The C. P. R. announce that the soi*-  ; vice between Gerrard and Trout Lake  has been discontinued on account of the  lake being frozen over. The regular triweekly service between Nelson and  Gerrard is still in effect on Mondays.  Wednesdays and Saturdays.  Speaking of mining, Tom Marks (who  owns a gold mine in the Hedley camp)  tells us of an. incident wherein it is  proof positive that dabbling in mining  sometimes pays big. Briefly it is this:  Norris and Rowe, the. menagerie and  circus outfit, who are two well known to  B.C., to need introduction, recently went  "bust"-���������losers of $120,000. It was arranged to pay fifteen cents on the dollar  to the creditors. When Mr. Rowe (the  main squeeze, whole push) thought he  was down and out, ho received a letter  from a lawyer in Alaska, informing  him that his share'in a mining property,  in which he had grubstaked a man,  gave him a credit of $150,000. Tho  lawyer wanted to know what Rowe  was going to-do about it.    Rowe  has  X,  paid his creditors 100 cents on tho dollar,  retains his outfit, and is now off on tho  road again.  Mrs. Riel lias roturnecl from a visit to  Moyio.  Tom Marks Here  On Wednesday night the new Opera  House was packed by a large crowd to ���������  witness   the first   appearance in this  town of Tom Marias and his company,  which appeared   in "The Irish  Emigrant."   It is generally admitted that  this is the best show that appeared in  the town, e/o.d the.^ large audience present were loud in their applause to the  various artistes and the specialty turns.  The new drop curtain and proscenium  of tho Amateur Dramatic Society was  used for the first time, and it supplied a  need that is urgently required.   It has  yet to be painted, but as the company  carry their own scenery, the bareness  of the curtain, etc., was forgiven.   Of  the play there is not much to be said.  It has one of those plots that always  appeal to the popular taste..''A little  bit   of love, a villain who is slimy, a ���������  soubrette Who shows  her   ankles and  throws kisses to the audience, a misjudged hero who ought to be spanked,  a cruel father who tries to trade on the  virtues of his gyur-r-r-rl, a whole lot of  twaddle, a comic song or two, a comic  guinea who' trots out guff and birdseed���������  and there you have the modern play.  We are not deprecating the performance.  The atidience evidently appreciated the  show,  and we suppose Tout Marks is  wise enough to know how to rake in  the shekels,  and take advantage of the  popular demand.   The hero, Mr. E. E.  Perry, is a young man who talks through  his nose and wears clothes too small for  his figure.     Possibly   they have done  duty before.   He was all right on the  " Yes, 'by Gee, No's," and his   stmt  ���������;  was as good as anything we have seen*  but he wants to   learn to   sound his  H's and get  his pants pressed.    Mr.  G. C . Young, as Joseph Spracklin, the  villain, was, to our way of, thinking,  the most natural actor of the bunch i.  Perhaps at times-he was a wee bit tob." ���������;.-.';  stagey, but he might be working to instructions, you know.   He is aa actor  all right.    Mr. Chris.. C. Allen played  the part of Benjamin Lovell the aged  parent with an axe to grind, and it is  up to him, if he wants to continue his  professional career, to get a thirty cent  book of elocution from j Timothy Eaton  and put a'wet towel round his head and  go to it.   Mr. Harry Codair played two  parts���������one as a waiter, and the other  as as the  long lost brother, who turned  up in the nick of time to expose the  villain.   That man is a comedian who  deserves to be^with a better aggregation;  Of the ladies, the least: said���������soonest  mended.      Both are evidently of . the  ouibryo typo at tho legitimate business,  bub thoy aro strictly o.k. at yaudoville  turns.   In tho make up of these shows  it Is hard to get tho right kind of people  to fill tho bill for versatility *  bat Tom  Marks hasuotdono bad.,  As far as he  is concerned, he is a comedian; in foot,  couldn't bo anything olso.   He Is tho  life aud soul of the the performanoo  and one felt a regret every time ho left  tho stage.   If wo mot a pass wo will  take in   to-night's  ahow, "Jerry   tho  Tramp," of which more anon.  %-aftj*#-#-*^^^^  ���������&  Have just owned up a line of  the Celebrated Railroad King  % OVERALLS  1 and Jackets  Kentucky Jean Pants, and  Mechanic's Overalls, First  Class Roomv Garments*  IV* arfr Aifnnfs for flift C������tclir*l������df  ������������������Peabodyst* O voralla'*  [Ml J  \-fra  A Cash Guarantee  Ten    Cents   a    Button  Twenty-five Cents a Rip  For every button that  comes oil' ono of the  Rail-road King or Mechanic King OvoraUs wo  will givo you ten cents,  and for every rip in n  so/im wo will give you a  quo-rtur of a dollar, within :!0 dnyH from'day of  puirluiKii.  ������3^  PEAB.ODTS'  vmon  MADE  OVERALLS  J"  \y  movtb Uk Coot ot  iboncst TOaocs  _       Uuaranlitpt   -'lllin i  ���������ominiii.mim.a^iiuniMiuiiiiiiMhM^""""'*""'-"'"'"'-^- >  v: 3  8  I  I  I  I  fcn������  THE   CRESTOJ  REVIEW  t:  mW.W   <i(Wmm.<4  B CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  BEAb office, Tono:s~ro  ESTABLISHED  1867  JS. B. WALKER, President  AiESAIiDSg; iLAIHB, General Hana-^er  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Heserve Funds -   6,000,!  Rroi.-.  &>l IU1W  nches throughout Canada, and in ihe United States and England  SAVJKGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received add interest allowed at current  rates.     Accounts   may be  opened in the names of two or  more  persons and withdrawals made  by  one of them or by the survivor.  French & Co. this week sold out their  plumbing and gnsutting business to 30.  Ryckman, who has been established here  in a t-insmithy business for six month's.  Mr. Ryckman tikes over the contract  <if the Telephone Co. tot all mechanical  work. . $  anv  PERCY P. FOWLER , MANAGER, CRESTON BRANCH  124  The Creston ^evielz  Published every Thursday at Creston,  British Columbia, by the Creston Pnb-  ishing Co.. at their office, Fleet Street,  Creston.  -Txo. J. Atherton  ���������Editor  Wild Rose Lodge No. 39  KNIGHTS  OF   PYTHIAS  Creston, B. C.  Meets   every   Monday   at   8   p.m.    in  Speers'  Hall.  P. O.   Oorrv, C. C.  A. 20- Fivnch,  K of K. Ovr S.  G. Hondren, M. of !<\  Visiting brethren conliallv invited.  Subscription, $2 00 a year,  strictly in  advance.   No pay, no paper.  No stand off for Legal Advertising.  ij-nack ads. introduced to waste paper  basket; same with unsigned  contributions.  30-Day Notices, ������5;  60, $7.50; 90, 310  We are here primarily to make a million  and incidentally to advertise the resources of the town and district. It  is our aim to see that Creston gets a  square deal in all matters, and we  shall scourge the wicfeed and canonize  boosters. There are no strings on  the editor and he alone will dictate  our policy and take the medicine.  Everybody with the price can ������ake  this paper, and nothing extra is  charged for reading the ads. Tell us  the gossip and the scandal, we need it  m CiTiT .jTi^'Ti^sc     ������>viiiQ in your ads  ���������ux uiu   uu.aAxiee.fi.  KELP  ST ALONG.  said the gifts would always remain as  pleasant souvenirs of the pleasant times  she had had in Creston. Mrs. Mallan-  daine, on behalf of the ladies, replied to  Mrs. Zilliax. The guests then repaired  to the dining room, where a recherche  luncheon was served. After justice had  been done to the tempting viands, the  company arose and sang "Aidd Lang  Syne." all present counting it one of the  most pleasant afternoons spent in Creston.  Owing to the weather, a number invited  were   unable to be present, but  among those noticed were: Mrs. Zilliax,  Mrs. Speers, Mrs. Dow, Mrs. Derbyshire  Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. E. C. Wilson, Mrs  W. K, Brown, Mrs. Geo. Young, Mrs.  J. Young, Mrs.  Arrowsmith, Mrs, Mc-  Creath, Mrs. Mallandaine. Mrs. Cberr-  ington, Mrs. Sevan, Mrs.   Spiker,  Mrs.  Carver, and Mrs. Reid.  -'������ -~  1 SAM PL  Pi  :������ Come and  Sec  the  ]\\nv  ~S Line  at  the  Tailor  Shop  I  $ Roll  X- W/5n4������*r  1 Lines Now in.  Fred. G. Honey, representing Wm. J.  .MeMistor <fc Sen, Ltd.," wholesale dry  tfoods and importers, of Vancouver, was  among our storekeepers this week.  Swan Swnnson luis six teams working  ou his 40 acre bhx-k of fruit land. Tho  ��������� Hitfit is cniuped at Benny's ranch. Tic  trees will 'allbe slushed and the land  plowed.  Dan Mo..\v.lny is in from Cranbrook,  ITo is looking f������������r a jjold  prospect.  Brock  Morsin, of   tho Hotel Creston  has  started on a Imlidoy jnunt  that is  coming to bint.    Ttfnny  of our  oitiKOiu'  are wondi-ting   v lifie ho will j^et oil* til  Some    suggrst    livkind--sinno Buffalo  ���������'Suftioe   it   tu  Siiy   that. he  is  travelling  east (who sa'd smith?) fiv.l a let tor from'  him to th ' siM'il.-e  proves Ihnt ho  is having tin; ti!!!', of his life, and fjh-o that hi-  >i3\ telHng the  "phiin unvarnished" this  ;t*$ji.    Ho romarlis,   "I   have  got as fur  [as Oranbrook   (wonderful!)  and  I am  ! whs the king bee.   He will be the guest  lor taking that which wasn't his'o, i   .,. .    .     /    .,' .       ���������  i,oi lu������  majesty  tor  the coming mouth,,;  The'-i*   '��������� - ' '. ���������  hud whilst at the palace at Nelson will  a transient has gone to prison  only tiling of imprest to happen in police circles this week iii this zone was  the arrest: of a man named Newninu for  stealing tv" pair of boots, a pair of socks,  :iiid a pocket mirror, the property of  .1. C. Stewart, who wns in the employ  of Fred Many at the milk much. The  jean wns making his sneak on the train  when  Joseph   Wilson,   Kfcq ,   P.C.   tip-  bo. decorated with the order ot the bi.rh  by-Spojial'warrant.  "Jerry-the Tramp" was performed So  a oiouded bouse last night by the Tom  Marks Co., audit was immensely enjoyed. Tom Alnrkw has many jiice  . thiiigs to, say about Creston, and be is  assured of a. biimpcr house anytime ho  pea red and put the double-cross < n him, j HU,i |,is company come this jvay ngaiu.  and incident ly hnndtui IT*. At -the ieeei>- j rj.. h.,H bo(1��������� rloetcd an honorary vli He,  lion held in Ids honor later, Justices | ni(!mlK'r of tho local Yon-lg- Men's Sow-  Sneers aud   Mallandaine   presiding, he';:},,., (jtass.  ������f having a iv;  ;ooii  But   I   havf  3= I ���������  jgl lug-  #  3������     We can suit you to  i Perfection and Guarantee 5?  ^ A Fit.  .-kick coming.    I  went out   this morn-  -aud the dust  wsis hoirlble.     The  3; I people  in  tho hull of  tho banana  belt  jjJ" j should atranco  to have  their  sorinkler  a? !  i: j out hofore their "live" visitors take. th-iv  J>������  j  5������ t early constitutional strolls. Got aftur  3-j thorn, .lay-Jay, .1 am nearly choked  5 i with the dust." Oh Ananias, Ananias,  wherefore art the a?  M I   fpefnn      Hnfpl  A-A *?. fitt        v'",5E'!JE'!11'! HE������WB% 8  <������  r-_ _<iv  I  Y  that has for its object the advancement  r>f civic and mutual advantages, should  le assisted to the utmost by all gotd  ritizens. We all know the difficulties  i hat arise when money is needed for any  t-pecific object. We have seen this when  money was required to establish a brass  land; so, when anything is mooted  wherein a successful solution to the  laising of funds for any much-needed  j.nd worthy object is cancerned, let us  31 ot be too swift to condemn.  A number of ladies and gentlemen of  Ihe town have banded themselves to-  } ether in a Dramatic Society, aud it is  the intention to hold a dramatic entertainment in the Opera House, about  once a month, the proceeds to be devoted  loany worthy object that immediately  presents itself. Therefore,"a special appeal will be made to the citizens to assist  ihe financial end. Those merchants  *iud businoss men who have as much, or  snore, interest in tho town as tho  juembors of the now organization, are  I' sked to donato, and for this they will  ) ?coiye a quid pro quo. The idea is to  ) nild a sot of scenery and "advertising  ������urtain," and those whose names appear  f:������i that curtain will be known as those  ivho have dono something that will be  t credit to them and a lasting benefit to  i no community.  Creston needs   flro apparatus,  now  fidewalks, streets cleaned up, and many  < ther benoflts, and It will bo the aim of  t to dramatic nooiety to donate sums as  i uey come in from their efforts.    These  1' dies and gentlemen have an Hercula-  t- can task before |fchem.   It means that  t aey will have to work hard night after  light,  at rehearsal  and at home,  in  a< udy to preporo theso monthly perform-  MMueri, and Cor this thoy will not receive  It cent.   It would bo criminal to expect  them to bear tho initial cost of the  ai'enory and prosceuinm, and it behooves  all public spirited men of tho town to  open up and push a good thing along.  From Kaslo this week we received  an epistle from our old friend Pete McGregor, who has taken exception to the  poem, we published a few weeks ago  anent "Scotland" from an Englishman's  -point of view. Oh, Peter. Peter, pumpkin eater, when will you learn that  there are good folk on this planet other  than those that hail frae the land of  parritch and kirks? He says he is sure  that the poem was never written by an  Englishman. That's where Peter falls  own. The Englishman who wrote  that could always lick Peter at any old  thing���������principally politics. We are  afraid our Kaslo friends have been  throwing the "harpoon" into Pete pretty strongly since the effusion appeared  in these columns. For the information  of our readers who do not know Haslo  Pete, we rise to remark that he is a philosopher, and he applies his philosophical  brain-leaks to ordinary business. In  short, he sells coal, ice and hot chestnuts in tho winter, and gratuitously  dispenses hot air in the summer. That  is why Pete longs for the Summer to  pass, for he has been long enough iu  Kuslo to toke tho hunch that he is always in trouble until tho braw breezes  cool him off.  1 Mc Leod  J i,  MERCHANT  TAILOPvS  We can supply you  promptlv tvith  \   Fresh Eggs, Butter  j Fresh Meat  | Cured Ham  allu jonquil  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests  Call   c/igain  ,<3>  \wr]t  OU will make no mistake  when vou iiet off the train  if you 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 manner up-to-date, and the Bar  is stocked second to none in the  Province.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ���������39  ^gpilJ^MM&U^^^^  g������ii������������mi������iig(W>iiiWW <  iiHiiffcna  5?s  ��������� *  Harness ana  Ijery Store  Sausage,  etc.  rcietti  ofiafTifQGK  ���������   PirfJ  LGIU  I  " Every thing is the Best."  One quality!  Only  Bring your Repairs  Get your Shoes  Fixed at Carver's  Harness Shop.  Highest Prices paid to  Farmers for  ������ATTLE  HOGS  POULTRY, Etc.  Limited  CRESTON  B.C.  PARTICULARLY IF  IT     IS     PLASTER.  On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. K. M.  F.cidKavoa "Linen Shower" in honcr  of Mm. Zilliax, who is shortly to tnfco  Jjor departure from Creston.  The hoatoHB rooeived her guests attired  , in plalc mull, assisted by Mrs. S, A.  Bpeora in orenm silk, tho guest of  honor being in pink silk. The rooms  iff wo tnttef ally decorator! for tho occasion  ii pretty parasol being Inverted from tho  Oi UiHg in tho oentro of tho parlor, with  BtreamorH runninff from each point to  the coiling, Into this each frnest put her  gift of linen, and tho honored guest won  tfovoihly placed beneath it, when the eon-  t#������������t������ were Hhowotod upon her. Mm,  *MUltix very foolingly thonkod tho hmum  (j&l;d lrumd������ tor;u������uir kind inUiutiuJUUt, and  Frank Broderiok has strings on a man  who, it is conceded by local athletes  (who know a whole lot about such matters) can give big and little Casino aad  cards and spades to Tom Longboat and  Alf Shrubb.   It is Broderlck's idea to  got his man in such fettle, that by tho  time the balmy breezes blow ho will bo  in sueh shape that there will not be a  horse in the country that can give him  the go-by.   The new prodigy is a looal  man, lithe of limb like Hiawatha, dark  a* the the beech nut, and as swift as an  arrow    The fleetness of this marvel was  discovered quite by nccldont.   It appears  that a party of sports were being convoyed per sleigh to Port Hill, aud when  about a mile out, the horses took the  bits between their teeth and bolted nt a  tcrriuc pace.   It was then that tho speed  of the man who will shortly startlo the  world became   muuifost.      Swinging  fjrr.cefully ovor tho side of the sleigh  Into tho deep snow, whilst tho terrified  Qfctipnntft held their biouth, ho shot liko  an arrow from iv bow to tho sldo of tho  madly snorting horsflfi���������and on ho ppod���������  gaining yard by yard, until ho waH fully  flfty to tho good.   Then ho Htopped, and  with arniH akimbo, calmly awaited the  oncoming sleigh���������-and threw himself upon the cavorting quadrupeds, bringing  them to their haunches.   Hm iiamn is  "Dauph" Johnson. Vaet I ask Urfwlorlok,  You can tell me your needs  with confidence because I  can fill the bill.  Ed. Fulljjames  PLASTERER  seMMS������AaQ������aoe������������������000MMM>a9g  yckman  Tinsmith  and  Plumber  Tinware  Stoves  Ask ycHxrGnoGVzTe for It,  FOR SALE IN OJtESTON AT  5. A. SPEERS.  Wiping  Hot Air and Hot  Water Heating a  Specialty,  Moran &��������� cMead - - Props. 1  pnr*rroTro"(fi5Trr"<rBTr3^ *jt*  - vc g  CRESTON  Sransfet, %ivev% feeb anb Sales  <CJ3    L  HAY & GRAISN: "DEALERS  -W.0.QD. ANJD COAL SUPPLIED,  i  a  Zs. J*JL!*ULJ*Jli*J*JUUL������ili'^^  &1X  Starhe*s .& Co.  WlioloHolo  Piovlslous,   Produce,   Fruit  (ioiicriil CotmnlNKlon MiM-clmnin  NELSON        ������        B.C.  4 ���������WWWWWWWJW'ftWWBl**!!*^  Great Bargains  NEW  STOCK.  m.tmmtMwmMvim������im**i*t%*hun������.***?u.^*,- r������nriwnui^������i  JUST  ARRIVED  m*ut*UMiim*mimM>m*m*ii*nmmmtmit*,m,m*, i-^*^. ���������^^ . tffarit������ffuM  mmmm  8 of rarity  Fou HAr.f.���������Roff OrtilnglofiK,   :i Imns  -Q. J. Wigon. !i'������ I i"������������n  I r������K������bt4:r, ftTJA),   Hiiigic  rooster,   *a..'������0  Bohw.���������On the  lHth inHt., nt OroHlon,  to <he vdffl of Ilftbt. Hmltb���������a wrm.  St Vatentinefs Day, Feb* 14th  tumtttm������mm^tm^i  A Lot of Nice  VAT'FN'TTNFS  pttvmmmmmmmmmmmmm���������niM  tmtiimmmmmmmiiimm n inmM������n������i������t,tmmmmi������mmmmt*mmm  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK  QT*fm)'Dp  UuJ JL   \>^rJL \JLm4  A THE PLACE TO GET|  Your Furniture;  Carpets, Rurs, Lace Curtains     |C  Linoleunis, Rnuges, Stoves'and Crockery,  We Furnish your I-Jome Complete.  amn������umtuMMmtm,im,Mi i   ^n   |'|-^TmW)PHmiJn|-Mf *,������MW%*4WVM������h  >  ������*i   '*m**mm#\'������\tmm>m'immim������mmm<i'i:iiimmimimmim  1 Standard furniture C  Complete House Furnishers and Undertakers  Write }or Prices NELSON,   B* C% '. s  //  THE CRESTON REVIEW  The Biverside Nufseries5 Gr  Cnrlm     Of  Are the Largest Nurseries in B.C., and the Nearest to CRESTON. : -...  NO FUMIGATION  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN STOCK.   For Catalogue and Price List  Address. ;       WALTER V. JACKSON,    Agent.'  CRESTON, B,0. , 'Phone 0.' Lino No.-.8  A Home from Home."  Headquarters for mining  men.  First class 111 every respect;  Adjoining C. P. R. Depot.  Campbell & Graf,  &������  Irdar,  LIKE THE OWL  And Stop at  V  A. -���������������rf Jft. Jfc. JJL . ^   JB.  7&^  Barber Shop,;2VUinro Block  CHERK1ES IK BLOSSOM  ft.  i  acts About  Hurry if you <a)ant to &uy a  Good ^Building Site in DOWb  ADDITION,   Lots Selling Fast  yftice  rPt>(U (Advance  Clfmat  The climate of the Creston district is so  mild inv 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 earlv smine'sare  very favorable, for gardening and budding  /Markets  SPECIALS THIS WEEK:  Fifty Lots in Block  *'D," $100 per Lot  or ^soo'ior the Block of Lots  ioo x 120 ft. corner Hillside Road and  '"'   Edward Ave,y;-$200 ..  Lot 7, 5o x  i2o  ft,���������Beautiful Building  Site, Victoria Ave., $iOO  House for Rent  xnrr.4 *  wiia  Lanu  12 acres, quarter of a mile faoin- the  depot, $Ss per acre.  160 acress two springs and one creek on property*  $55 per acre  320 acres, \% miies from town.   "Well located fo������  subdivision, $1500 worth of timbef oh the  land.   $20 per acre.  and the weather is of an ideal Indian summer. Violets and wild strawberries bloom  as late as November.  While there is a splendid local demand  for products, the principal markets for the  Creston district are the big centres of the  Crows'Nest Pass and all cities as far east,  'as Fort-William arid Ghapleau, and. as.-far-  north as. Athabasca'.'Landing. We are absolutely the closest producing point to. the  _     _           markets, therefore we'-receive.: higher -prices |  fruit 7ier"an7"autumni'are very long ' ty re*solJ of our Products^ reachingt]ie^markets m shorter time and better m 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 .12.1 p.m.-  therefore .allowing berries and, fruits to be  picked in .tlie! 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 railroads pass through the Creston Valley, and  ^Uil  The soil is an alluvial clay'on a clay subsoil. This does not apply, however, to the  entire vallej*-, as the lower bench lands fire of  a black vegetable mould, while the land in  the vicinity of Erickson is of a sandy character; 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 plenti-    fruit may be loaded at  eight points "along  fill, one being_thirteen miles in length. Soil    the line.  to suit any kind of vegetation may  cured* in this valley.  be se-  {progress  jflftotsture  'Moisture is plentiful, as it rains every  month and is sufficient for bountiful crops of  every description.  The famous strawberry fields of Crestou.  have  outclassed  every  district iu   British  The progress o������i the Fruit Growing In*  dustryof the district has been very rapid.  Five year? ago there was 150 fruit trees  shipped to the Creston district, while in the  spring of 1908 about 48,000 were received  at this ppint. There were also several hundred thousands, of strawberry plants and  berry;bushes snipped in. We have a rural  telephone1 system," which will shortly be  connected?witli; Nel;son and Qranbrook, it  being already connected with Spokane. A  system fpr waterworks and also for generating electric power has been installed at  Goat River Falls.    .Electricity will also aid  Columbia this year for production, quality in opening up some of our large mines. We  and prices.   In addition to this we raise hay have a good Graded School with an attend-  aud all kinds ot vegetables, apples, peaches,, ance of 65 pupils, two large general stores,  pears, plums, cherries, nectarines and grapes gent's furnishings, Canadian Bank of Com-  as well as all the smaller bush fruits, which  grow iu abundance  mtniup^mmmmmmmmimmim  mmhmmmm  L  WRITE FOR ANY  INFORMATION  mercc, photograph" gallery, 3 restaurants, 3  hotels, hardware sto;re, tinshop, jewelry  store, 2 barber shop*v poolroom, 3 laundries,  blacksmith, furniture attore, tailor, building  contractors, harness and saddlery store and  two livery stables. T he professional men  are a doctor and government surveyor.  The Social advantages: are, Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodist churches,  several fraternal lodges and three halls.  ���������w**>^������w������wyWw*i������l>>Wi>>( ������  >-..:.:.-^.ir..;:i2i^L.,.:.,._i  !:'.'.   jffjHl  .JW'Mw  iMC-iLi   li.���������..������ri������.������..������*W������#������>l !���������*?������ '���������'.'������������������  THE   CRESTON    REVIEW  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD.  JF.re, Life end Accident I surance  J.OCAI..S WJTll A l'AV.STKlCAK.  liHAh ESTATE, Etc.  Wanted.���������Respectable     young    girl  amies, bring KaJunwi.ialoR.io nlonK with i wauts situation as mother's  help.    Ap-  you and coihiku'u ������>ui- pi-Uvs.    i.ailin.s' wenr   p'.y Box K., Review oJlico.  at MclVak's. ,  TT-> A  A  J". ,  \-J  T  -   B.C.1  PEM8ERTON  FOR SALE,���������A.four roomed cottage, I  lot and woikshop,  riyhf, in ilia hearr. or'>  town.     Owner -vyiuiik nn mediate t-asli  cod will sell for a Miap.    i- o ensy terms  i-r .'>gems.        Get  licview ol'fico.  la'it-1'     ll.it,.     Appl,  LookLe pinjr, Auditing  Etc.  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  r*.<-\V stock of l.-1'Hi..x *;<iii<]s.ii!Kt nrriv������'il n I.  Ati-rcaUV. ,\l! s[>(> i.iii������l ���������.-.ooits. >'������nlr ia  ;��������� mi iu.sin.-rl.  Grand     IsLnabe  BC. Lasd Surveyor ajjd Architect  I'ck Sale.��������� Baby  1'iauo. ������451). Some  payments.    Address this office.  E. W. Stonor says there, ia 20 ft. of  snow at tho fcSnt.w/ Top mine.. Apparently this mine is appropriately  named. ���������...  .'  Tin moiiiLcvs (if (ho Quadrille ' Club  ere uotiticd that a sp'.'c-i:il meeting i.s  billed for Aho Slst ins!;. to decide upon  the Ptipi.01' iiiTaa^'nii'iils iiv ho b'-ill.  next Q in s lay.    Tho secretary also dei -  riWIrtd^TiymMrVf n<*Y ���������yr*T-~^"J^*-   fc--*-,--"^ ��������� f    -   ���������  cash   and   ousv ���������ilV8 us *������ state lhlU thu montilly  sul.s  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON  -       -       - B.C.  J.  D.  ANDERSON  British   Columbia  Land   Surveyok  TB ATT  OKELL & YOUNG  Real Estate and Insurance.  CRESTON     -  B.C  A.    C.   BOWNESS  Wholesale Wine and Spirit  Merchant  I  Cranbrook  B.C.  4> %>\. j arc past duo iu many instances, and'he  j hopes"that the members willaccept this  Our  sit'W stork of Indies'goods comprises j tip.  ulngluims,  in-lnts,   nuisiins,    ribbons,  laces, ������������������ .  irisii linen, lawns, giovos, suits,'utiles'sind I J- J.. Grady is iu Spokane on a timber  vhildreu's. vests, drawers, waists, blouses,  i-ollurs. aprons overalls, ilre.s.ses, corsets unci  vorsi-t covers, skirts, inovulin; jjuwus, .shirt  v:iists, wrappers, svllover Uieo, hosiery, etc.,  c c: Come in and inspect, 'i'hu finest display over seen in. . tho district. MclVak's  Cheap CusU Store.  For Sale���������A thoroughbred shorthorn bull (pedigree transferred to purchaser). Apply-at Kev'iew office.  I.ivdies, you should cull tit MePealt's Store  of I'lo.uty unci see tlio display of fancy uiood.s  just arrived. Silk cloths, table napkins,  table cloth-S, .sheets, Jirt muslins, salmis,  parasols/* ties, collavs. silkeUncs, shoes for  ladies and misstv, sweaters for the children,  and in fact everything. We can and will  ���������compete against Ksitoe.  ; NOTICE���������The partnership heretofore  existing under the iirui name of MoKin-  uon & Northey this day has been dissolved by mutual consent.  A. A. McKinnon,  G. R. Northey.  Creston. B.C.. Jaivuarv ^ist, 1909.  THE  tesap u^s������ cn&>? <ms.<> cssf; *ss> ss:  Bteft <gp<& ������<>������ Ao<������ Soft Bsfo a,  Ijyij   <Vo>S   /?Svi   t/2v>   6o<$   (JSvj   (Jc  ������ir  AA/^WWAftMAWAWWy  Watchmaker Ssl Jeweier 11 >  Special-attehtion to  Watch Repairing  I  A. Zilllax ^ts^r    Creston  S I  t With a Local Flavor I  ���������  JIT  ���������a ������L ^ vS i  The Huseroft logging camp is closing-  down. The brothers Huseroft have just  completed their contract with the Yale  Columbia Co.  A nice cup of aftornoon tea from the  ladies in the Munro Block.  Fifteen men arrived from Dry den,  Ont., on Tuesday to clear Swan Swan-  son's larga.tmGt.of.fnut land. A .camp,  is now being started.  Charlio French came in from his  ranch on the other side of Kootenay  river to attend tho fruit growers meeting last Saturday.  S. O.. Watson, yardmastor at Sirdar,  was hero on O.P.B. business, Monday.  N. O. Macdonald, of Nelson, representing tho American Tobacco Co., of  Canada, and the Empire Tobacco Co.,  is a guest at the Munro.  Our revered aid-timers havo a kick  coming at us for classifying Fred Littlo  with J. C. llykerts in the early category.  It now appenrs that J, C. blazed a trail  for Fred G.  Dave Elmer, of the David Hnrum  Cigar Co. stopped off Tuesday's westbound train. Evor a good advertiser,  Dave has taken a space on the new advertising curtain at the Opera House to  boost the wood ho sells.  Charlio Iudonvciss manager of the  Moyie Brewery, was shaking hands  with his friends hero lost Tuesday and  Wednesday.  The editor of the Creston Review has  moved his family from N������iw Denver to  that town. This event Jut* made quite  a notablo incrctwe iu the population,���������  Lowory'B Lodge,  Ico-oroam ou Hitarday in the llunro  Block.  Tho Concert find Sccial to be given  by the Girls' Guild of the Prosbytorian  Church will be hold on l-'iiduy, Fob. 2('.  Goo. Laurie 1ms returned from Spokane, where ho ha������ bum several days in  connection with n big timber deal,  Draw Tam Cole left for Moyio last  Weduenday, to Hiiperintetid the sum-  mor'rt ice flhipuifiiit for the Mnnro hotel,  ThlH is Tom's llrnt visit on n train  Hinco ho strnclc thin beatify Hpot, iviid be  iH feeling n* happy itn n kitten over It.  Mr. and Mrs. (Dr.) IleiidorHon have  moved into W. K. lirown'H ilno now  jruaiutotiuo.  vv' va .' v-\ / V-! \-^/"imi '-.--a ;\\- iSivi> W y V *t~V W V*/  J L  -<������e*tf^ysns!m^ WV lini'lf^^WWBfflWffriWIi^^  In a j,".-uno in wliieh tho score was!  tied n<> less than five thiiej.*, being i  even ''-'i at half time, tlieNolsou hockey  team, champions of British Columbia,  wore Monday night defeated by the Fd-  mouiott .seven, champions of western  Canada, by a. score of (5 goals to 5, tho  winning shot ..being tallied for Edmonton throe imihites before the call of  time. This tells the story of tho fastest  best game of hockey ever plaj'ed  ou iee iu British Columbia, and the  first of a series of two that has beeu  looked forward to for weeks by the  hockey enthusiasts, not only of-'.Nelson  bar. also of the iuterior generally. The  interest- taken iu the mutch was attested  to by the fact that every scat iu Nelson's line new rink was taken and hundreds stood up - throughout the game.  ^$^^^M0M<K  9^T^������  mee&gzns&astBBaB  Letterheads, Envelopes  Statements, Invoices  cHptehe&ds? SWemos  ^������? a a        St  C.A., N.P.  * B B iia lea nam  FIRE,  LIF������L  . and .  ACCIDEN1  INSURANCE.  Fifteen Hundred c&cres of  FRUIT LAND for SALE  %f^W^>^>^_  ^  I Hot and Cold Baths  cHelson  iVairv Co.  Fresh Milk 'Delivered to  Any part of the Toiun*  /  Outside points supplied  regularly.  | ������f. Hurry}, ��������� *  Manager*  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������**������������������+$  LAND AOfl\  Nelsou Lund fish-id:---District of  Went Kootonny.  Tidje notice that A. A. McKinnon, of  Crestou, ii. C, logger, intends to upply  for pi rinission to h-ano Mm following  described hind: Commencing nt u post  planted nt tlio wmlh enht corner of the  S.W, ',, nee. of section Ii, fowm'hipH,  tlnfifc west, forty (Hi) chiiiim, thonco  uortli forty <^>) clminn, llninc cust f<\r-  .V i In, chuiliH, Uii'iien hoiiIIi forty (10'  ilpiiffh to tho p.'iinl. ol' coiunn jicomunl,  <(;/jiiooi/iK one hiimln d and ;.'.:;ty nct'f.i  more or hhH. (lout Hiver will bo the  '���������oimd.iiv on the \vi-i,i, mui)i mid ui\hl.  idde.H.  Dated at. Ciclon, ll.C, Nov. Hi, JUOH.  A. A. Mf.'KlNNON.  I commenced to 2>'clc this land up  years ago and laid down tho  rule that it should hnve easy access for transportation, that it  should have, good loimi soil, that  water should be applicable, and  that any one buying should be  able to get back his whole expenditure on his first "good crop.  I will show to any one, because  I am proud of it nud. also will sell  it in blocks from live acres   up-  A  A wards. j������  4^t. ^%^ti/fi/i^&>-^'^^/%i^^/^ ^^������  Now is tho time to get your  Pictures Framed  I have a large mid beautiful.assortment of Mouldings,      Everybody invited to come in and sco  thorn, whether they buy or not.  I ALSO RKPAIR OLD Fit AMES  W. J. Downey  Photographer CRESTON Hi  MMtO������(MMa08<Di]MDO������ttS������>eS0O0a(  For FIRST CLASS  Horses and^gs  UP-TO-DATE  SADDLE PONIES and  GOOD VRAY  thy . . .  CRESTON LIVERY and'  Dry and Green Wood  For Sale.  Subscribe T. H. HICKEY, ProD  Business Cards  Visitina Cards  cJYienus, rrogrammes  dodgers, Fosters  rr%  ���������~������4. <Z?~~������  TT^^o  xxeceipt JJ>QQfiS?-������LCe? ������Lt���������* %  0  c4ll Orders cRgceiroe ^Prompt c/itiention.  Estimates Giben*   ^Prices Reasonable, ,  CRESTO.  1(&������G^^^1^  fPIWpnimm^wuuMMUsaKSB*  IKDI.IR.Beath! I  CRANBROOK -    .C.  The  Funeral Director  i:  I  asa������  % J'UAOJ'IOAL PAINTEKS-        %  T tluvt,'8 what wo mo, ������������u If yoa   J  it oneo let us itti a, Jnl> for yon, you   J  ������������ will kudu tliul It. out, without. $  $ tlieuNdot'alolt^srt'opp, Our work  j  4 I*"  A-l  and  HiicivltH  for liHoIf,   ^J  v (Jlvo im a (iliiiiicu to figure on   <>  $ .vour iiuxl. coiidrar't.                       ���������  I JAS. ADLARD    I  j> Rcsidoncu, Victoria Avo.    , S  $ Dow Addition.  }  *. 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