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 zombines  i^;fe;"$l^ and Pbtainaforthein a,clear  ���������^?^������a&;8v^ , for starting the; week thprr;  ^W'*^^^^^'^^;;^?:%������^'?SS^2^%s-i-ougblyfit.:''���������Besides;it will give the;to-  ;^:S^Mi4i&M^0^^&^������.  ;-"is.JT.~--* ."���������r.  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Then Leslie Dnrno sang a ditty that our  ^porter tried; ^  |he^emb^^  iiidenibe^if:Mr^ ;Bpdgeis:,fag^itQb^Msj  ^gt^yp^ offlee^:iaiM|i:  ^e9S;^y^/fche^^ .v:- .yr ���������';>;:; ;$  liKi^i^pi^^  ���������gaye^ih^^a^ejQce i>the^';:b6ne&1b'=;;;pi> hi^;  '6f;.ihe\'As^  ^ratt^on^?^  ^ .f That ;i&i^^ '  ���������hnpress" on y; {^e^^pmijiipnV Government  ithevnec'essii^pft^  /meiut&y^tiP;^  ^���������"���������f^iityyv^^^  .periericeS'-in^^  ^^:^eif;ard tor this cleric it is^our' hph  of entfmsias^  ;fraV:^wtpn.Sie^  :frae'.the;erpjb^  was:'entitled S M- 0:  ;;.1.JJ,t;Tvt!'^5'?:^M  B.C.  !$ ^8RISI8^:iii^^^^������fJS^^^IIS IhoulhMiilS^ :$I^M50#I^  1^ :l*S^l������r������S^ $h������|cip^^  |H^HHfv  I  vv(From ftScotmati'spoi^Of%&$$���������*������������������&%  '      :^"-^e";J|p|ipnilap|^i^  fie^S������'i*yp1^  ___    . ^. ......... . , ,speiE&ers;^tmd;rw  l^l^s'igf^^j^Le^ .:t;h^;it:yo^are:ita  I^S^Io*^e:^|^i^^8;.t*> v ^e^p^ejgets;;^tp.  ;i''-'*���������-"::-;-''���������-'-'] v-^O^U^  ifMrir-Jas. i;;ppmp^  ^;:1 plied;th^:hp;^as np^^  7;:;;-tb:o\(^upie^eg^i^';^  ; :ceedingly; wraths th������ &���������,  ���������i^aip^trfatiptt  ���������-������.;;;���������-.; ;;,-.->- ���������������������������.-;':������������������ ooiiier'^'^oaeT  (^���������^::^-:;;^^^  ra-.v:������������������������������������.���������.���������;; ��������� -.. .������������������.��������� ^',,-r',; ^gt^M^'^pdgerS'yapated^  '' f or i half" lia ^lipur!/;a'vdpadiojalt;' ousuoii;  :; enacti^nt^ip'f ;i:^?l9^:   ���������&"���������'   /Land plchira^^dfree^  ;:: ". iandof old tw^tio^^a&eif  ','. ;;'3^^;thy :nohle;sMs"i^<L^^  ;vQ:y.;:lidng .t^ipK^y^fio^BL^  5-y.Landy7wtereJfweig^'|be'n^^  l;A;:^Lahd%he:re;^  il^LJuid^hpse :.spJiSJiMSsTOffl;k JOT^WtS^  "c:;ii.:?;;Treading\^otty:]i^^  \;gfca^.;pf;6uipie^l^aii^;^^  ���������Sr;&;lian3^pfr������&^  thy^^ti^s'e^ivSo^^^  ^:clansmen"of^e;'HOTm^f^^p^   ~'~"~!������&m&  .'������������������'��������� ..w .....  m  Bo^iof^Tr^dtf-ypuiwiit;  'p^vitege&iasf^^  :tlmt''rjust8P'IPng^v  ' matiUvinteu^^e'^bbafest^  .paj^ame^t^  '-.';^;iI)Qw^assvu,edy      :I^dgers;'that,; ha:  :iel|''grie^d:^htt!(;;he:had  ��������� ^^ tbr^iieart .^pevspualiy ^ t SPv; hpd'/itpP;  'n&^re|a^?foXM^  ^sidered^him'ohe'bf: fche;^  town...V;MeWr8.Biel;-'Opto^^  foilowcd along similar line's, ^oV; alter  MeS8rs^vrpwiei?i::' filler ton f;:';: Wilson^  drawford, 3Srorcheyj Mptan, Lbwenbiirg,  Reip^'and (others '!:had oxpressod. thoir  views thorp was porfoot concord.  ';  ;rh'b;doieBak)8vto ithp -Trail convention  ^Qrp';'.th6n .lipmiPatbd;:; :^M6ssrsV:'Ripl;aud,  'Bevan/hbiug'^  virtipp of his pinbb; heingi^ao'ftd^Satpj:  BosibltttipnH^^pyhb)presentba ��������� ;by;;���������the  i;:^^That;;whereas;:at^e:presen^^  cbmmuniiiy;;desiring tb; pbcp^  c^ted^psfeS^  Under the; itonioipal pianses ^Pt; PpA  anfending>iLCts.ft I^iAe case; ot ViUagea  hp;; separate '^  therefore the Associate  wbuld-urge; ;;uppn,;the^;^  erhineut; .the.;;"a'dvipabilily;';^';;:an:;;; act;  .framed;;pp/::;meet;';thp;^  'amall';V:cpmmupitiesyVdeBir^  gpyerninent, so ^at^a^  '���������tp\vns';in:i;thei,',int^  .'&jj^';��������� |^k^''.\adyi^Vi^ ��������� pf������������������ v;iho'6rpomtiPn'  ^hppt liti. -thp HpPvy incumlirances '."etp.  ^::".l^rgpt|;pitibs;^ under; :,'the;. ;l!4uixipipal  5^:;:&^H:'u'';^h:iBK^  IJ,    '    , ��������� '���������''    ������ .' '' **' *i''' !i'*'  "���������T'''''',;' f" /���������'-;'.'���������?'"'".l'ii'"   i>i'iiv,';1iiii' i'''r-'-^-Tl'"'    "   ' . ' ' """  ���������"^'  fEUMBBR'  -:. Sbmb G.PiR^sppljterB:wprp^  town/this"' wopk,;':.: and^thby,!. ^.evp.'fpu'itp,  bnppgh to ''dubk fchpji;nuts'J befprb anjr;  blood vyas tapped;:^All,rthe;;^p^][d'.l^e8V  a spofctor. A spotter is' the dirtiest worui  that over prawled. The latest1 .sohemo  of tlioso niiorpbos is to ploy the hard tip  , chavitablb perfion who will oih iti-oduoo'  thorn/ to a "brnkoy" or condwotPr:- bo  .',th at tliby' oa*n boat tvh'ialv way pop{frblght^  ;irhis^ivcopmpUBlibcl',^ thby; ':.��������� theu;';l;;rppfiii;i5'  tiip cpinp'jtny's sci^aii  ^eppnUiri^rtho spot^aj;'; 'SmaUSy^  'irio*itjibypf!(l got i'OUgh' handling. /:\ ;,. j  Ed. Fulljampfl.''-has. ddoidod tolboato  ��������� ���������:\: ,���������..,'./.;���������*���������'��������� v'-('.��������� <��������� ��������� .,".''i���������' .',:-." !',-;���������<'.���������������������������.������������������������������������.������������������ ������������������������������������ ���������;,���������.'.���������.'���������'';���������;������������������,���������.���������:("',  hbv������, I a������d oBtabllsh  a   brnnolv of:.hty  broub^bk'.buslnoBH';|;;,;,Th  ijau^qb^VistprevBihtiBajiroa^  ;������y ,vr'pi)utatipu; ^i^^uaiV :'i3SpoteD|a^.^,i6y1  rongh and artibtip vvbrk, ao thoy.'rpciuir^  nobbofltatowJiahdiii r  ������������������.;i-,..:������������������.'.���������.���������..,,'..'!.-.���������'..i.r .'!".��������� .'  ^i^Sei^pAct^^fe^bb  Tl^n^contains liibtiP^pWs^Thf Spee^  :refers;'ta;the prpsperit^biy^e/v^Qyj^b;'  "the Sticcess of the negottatiohs; of the;  Governrtent with .theviQ:.T^P^^^;/;tiP  bountiful harvests of; ;^it and/other  p^ro^up^Ki;'./>,.r:y^  ;i'^JChe';public.accountsfprthe year ending last June; whwh^hanceUbr; of the  Sflkchequer Tattowi-preseiited:after;the/  fp^iiaal opening pK^mpnyi:show; a surr,'  pjis f or t^aVperiod;b^  colpts^being/^^^  ��������� dlture'^,B9oi6^'.;;;;::|;^  ���������; rMr. Parsonsi;;b^  address andJMr/Davey,-of'Victoria seer  bhdodit, ,';;���������, \,y. y-;.-y; ^ ���������;;';;-,vV;'.^: ;;;/:;:���������';;'  Marbiu Peterson, the Port Hill fltpro'  keeper, came into town Tuesday to  shako hands virifch his Canadiani'bpnslns>  Mrs. T. Golo but lier hand very sovoror  ly with an fix6 orie-clay^Jas$ ^epk.   ;  ��������� ,.;!  Joo Brown has blood ipoiBpniug in both  hands,'', '':V^v;:;;V/>;V>.w;-V:'''/^  ; Oa'rl JPoBS, l'ort SUl^as^ayiBUpr/.^pre  ;S-;;Thett-;wbe^  mere! down, up rose a Engli8bMan,/and  he begged leave to give a reoitation/and  i^btols?hbw:it-^ent^     ;Ky  ���������;���������. -(Pixmi; an'Bbl^islimau'B' poini ^o^^iww)^/:^  :aLaad;,o^aipo^n|M  sv|:i/:;Snb8ik'in^';]bL^tors;^  ^���������Land-pf'  ;:^Lpi0~ifcbnb^^n^ :kirks; andi;WMixblB  :\;,';;;;i;FoeB:tO a.^;Upj8p^Afa^:^'i������  ' ��������� y Thpse'jwlid: sum ipi' ^^*iB:'^fipieJ;'dtt1y^  ��������� i;i '.���������.Heayeni'' ���������heU'aad'at^toir'^     $-01  v;:Eimd;.pl;.p^ni^  ':,;.;'; ���������PdVky',^it.'and'8nttn^  Fair fan' PWoWb bo fiohd 6&country^vli  There wore ^^^^^  blood apilti; iliotii wibiro; good watwpd  . ��������������������������������������������� ������������������ '      .-"....   '   ���������;.',.',. :���������.���������".,.������������������;    ..' ���������    :���������'���������     '..���������������������������.":'"���������: Vii'  wit wati indulge^ tnylond^ at \tjie: opn;  Friday.  \:���������;,;;. blusibn a recout riwlvld'&put *uo  '&" mf***^*^^  Have Just opened tip* iUixeof  the Cetebt^ed^it^Ktnff,  ���������'<tii>:^-  '���������l't'i,!'<-^<i''Mi.')'fM  :..   ," ,  .'   ' ..:.,':���������. ,.,,\:^'.^i.-...������������������.    "     <���������������������������.������������������������������������ ���������������������������..���������������������������...��������� '��������� '     ,'..���������,.. ���������  : v.-; ���������  U  mmmmmmmim^mmm  fcd^mxW  cREsromA  tWMMh^jkMiMiMJUMM*aMll  mmmmrwommmmm  ; DUiri'.^Tan.    4tlii   at , duba : Yillo/  Siirbiton,. Su^  \yj(lpw bf tiip jiitb ThomHH' Bevlb Jpi'rpid,'  ^dp^ly/l^YpdtiJOtUia^p^  and RrftJidmotJibr of i^"^'An^Vrow.v^Mil-  luv'iuliii'MJt'ii'.v E; ���������S;"'SHiittt,.1 ot"'^^^'.  iOa''.Wc'nub^lfty.!'i(ibxt t)jo;,ladi(iavpf 'ijbp  AUui', S(u,il������M7 ,^r i3������o Ilwly., ���������CvwsjiiC3i'iB:,'J,^  will iibld!;'ii."bartt'1: tvUolil. itvvMPPpalc'B  Juvll.: ��������� AdiniNwipp SGoU. ' ,'':   . .^i;:.''". '���������/���������,,".  0, O.lipdjfow 'took a bu8iue������������! trip to  i^jb:������mwott^')PWfty.,,.. ���������;���������.��������������������������� ..;.,.;.,������������������.,:;��������� ��������� (^Wii,..  Kento^ Jean Pants;   and  Mechanic's jChocmth*    First;:;:  CtissRom  ������������������Poabodys' 0 v������ralls*#  A Cash Guaranteed I  '.'���������;������������������������������������ ������������������.���������' ������������������;���������:/;; i;. ���������,������������������������������������������������������������������������ -���������������������������������������������������������������. i.-V  Ten   'Cents   d   Button!  twehty-flve Gents ft Rip'  ��������������������������������� '���������������������������������������������m^iwwi.i  mi #������mHM '��������� 1H'HWI^>  For ovtny button thiit]  comoB b\i ono of thoj  Rail-rond King or.. Meb������,  hanto ICinR Overalls wto'  will Rlvoyftn ton cents,  and': &r ������Vbry rijv i������ I*1  raid  ������cs  ,;.',-.'.vi:.;..T. J^/^���������^stAi 4r*mW  ��������� ������������������ ''' ' :\ ''''v/.Vv/v'.'^W'^tiVI''^''  "���������������������������-' ��������� ������������������''.'.Vi'V./ ''i>;-%V.WW#.'  ., ^���������::..:-V.;y! V:'';.V'; ni/^ritji^ffiJ.  ';w..:.'i;.:::.:i':L-;^^il^y/rii?^  ii?���������'' i'.'���������'.'������������������  ''    ..''/.!'"���������';, ;���������-',��������� / '���������' ' ".''" .-'i'..'.'.������������������...''" ���������'������-i:-'Ai':. ��������������������������� *��������� ���������''���������������������������; V-"7;*;T.7,V" v/i' i ; '���������'.���������*��������� F;,i ������J't-' ''A.""'".';'!!''''i'fV'V,'.'.'''."'* 'l'"r'"V.! '''���������"f ".'-'���������"' ���������','������������������'"..'' -. ���������..'���������* iV/'.".' h:i7j ii. >"������;." ������������������'i'i'.:,(������".'.5 <������������������-':' ���������'. i\ w.iril.������������:������������,'.arti.'..������> i- i:,B.������'i>:J|'������^1WwjM������!S^^ffiw^*������^'M^v������"^!^^r*���������^*.,'V,tW^  QklJlAa.,A,^,,,^.^,A^^....^,,L..':.,,;;^V;v..;.;v^i,;;:,^,.^ ������>*  i      it w    / .  ���������,\- r     I      C   ,  "      ���������*      1  e      i  <^ TS T? C2 T* /~4 Vf  REVIEW  -'I  3. S. WALKER, President    .  ALE2v Alt DSR LAIRD, General STana^  r.ATAUMSiIi:D  18C7  P-ij .,��������� r���������������������.;4.������i  <jmo nnn fSfiA  l?^5PrTr������ "sT-iivrl      ������     ������ ftfifls (TlCirt  Branches throughout Canada, and in ths United States and England  (T*01 it !TPY   pliCiW ECQ  Everv facilitv*aflbrt!������������d to farmers and  Irl/Uiiihi   bUwI.ULOo ^ ot/ers for-the t,..insactUn...of }heir  banking' business.     SuJes notes will' bo cashed or taken ibr collection.  BANKING 3Y HAH  way with  equal facility.  PEBOY B. FQWLSE, MANAGER, OBESTOH BRANCH  Wild Rose Lodge No. 39  KNIGHTS  OF   PYTHIAS  Creston, B. C.  Meets   every   Monday   at   S   p.mi  Speers" Rail.  F. C.  (lorry, C. C.  A. E. French, K of R. & S.  Ct. Hundreii, M. oil IP.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  in  Masquerade at Port Hill  Accounts may be opened  by mail   unci  moaies duposiLsd or withdrawn;-in  this  122  The Creston 'yRevielfr  Published every Thursday at Creston,  British Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  *2=1~Z. *-*-.        ��������� a.   M.'U^Zm-   **&i^+*      771aa������   G4-*u*a4>  JiBHIU^  XJU������,   au   &1JCJ4X    UJJUV.C7,    XKCU  UVM.X^JVt  Creston -  Jho. J. Athebtok  - Editor.  Subscription, ,-fS 00:. a year, strictly in  advance.   No t>ay, no paper.  No stand off for iiegal Advertising*.  Quack ads. introduced to waste paper  basket; same with unsigned  contributions.  80-Day ITotices, $5;  SO, |7.50; 90, flu  I xuat tun auvaufcages 01 tne Creston  district are . strongly asserting themselves to the ranchers of the northwest  is found in the fact of two more Alberta  farmers discarding the plow for the  pruning shears. Messrs. H. A. Mitchell  and J. E. Martin, of Red Deer, Alta.,  this week purchased twenty acres each  of fruit land from Robt. Long. The  land is adjacent to the Long Ranch  upon the Ericksou road and is a good  buy.  In conversation with Mr. Mitchell,  we learned that many farmers around  the district he hails from would take de.  We are here primarily to make a million  and 'incidentally to advertise the resources of the town and district.   It  cisive step^of migrating to this country  did they but feel assured that the "B.C.  craze" was not all buncombe.   Contro  ls our aim to see that Creston gets a j uing, he said that he had visited all the  square deal in aP. matters, and we     . -        .       .    .-.-.-  ^* --    ���������      -     -       - -   - fruit-growing centre-'* of the interior of  shall scourge the wicked 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.take  this paper, and nothing extra is  charged for reading the ads. Tell us  the gossip and the scandal, we need it  in our business.   Bring in your ads .  Besides the resolutions adopted by  Oreston Board of Trade that are to be  placed before the Associated Board on  the 27th insi., at Trail, there were other  resolutions of a local nature that were  endorsed by the members present. To  our mind the principal one was that referring to the Matter of connecting the  north and south bides of the to\yn, now  villi u������p Ojr   bixo AeMvroj*     ������������v    vhq   ^uwoiiuu  fciiaie both pOtiiOiiS Oi the   tOWil  Ui'd  hl-  creaaing in population, dwellings and  business houses, and the prevailing conditions for journeying between' the two  aides are, to say the least, disgraceful.  St is a difficult matter for persons tray-  oiling through the townaite by rail to  realize the -wonderful growth of our  town during the past year, and we have  often thought that some of tho big^ bugs  of the O.P.R. have travelled through  lately, incognito, and they, too, have  failed to grasp the progress that is be*  lag and boa been made.   We wonder,  therefore, how long it will be before the  C.P.R. wakes op to the faet that the  people of this town will no longer tolerate the existence of the present rail*  way crossing.   In tho first place it is  dangerous, dangerous in a marked degree.   Two thirds of our school children  daily ofoss the track to and fro from  Hohool, audit nohappensthoy ore leaving  Softool Just about the time the east and  west trains are due.   We greatly fear  that the railway company  will  not  move itself in tho matter until one or  two fatalities are recorded.   We  are  pleased to see that our local Board of  Trado has placed itself on record by  bringing tho matter before the proper  othciftla,   What will bo the ultimate re-  ���������nits wo cannot   conjecture.   Situated  poonliarily, tho western portion of tho  town rises by a sharp Incline to tho railway crossing, and tho construction of a  bridge across tho track would be both  unsightly and costly.   It would oppenr  that the possible solution will be found  in the boxing of a subway, another costly, expenditure,  but tho O.P B.  will  nave to accomplish one or the other, nt  no distant date.  our province, and that his object of coming here at the present time "was to see  the country at its worst. Ee had followed the advice of the "Review" to  come and sc������ Crestoa and the result is  that he and Mr. Martin will become  good live citizens, and we hope successful horticulturists.  SnggViTjo. of the climatic conditions  Mr. Mitchell said that the northwest  farmers could scarcely; yet- appreciate  the difference between the winters of  the Kootenay and the prairie but he had  sssa and fexttiie diSexence and. his many  Mends would learn from him.  Mr. Mitchell is a wide awake business  man who will be a decided acquisition  to our town, and we hope that-' as a result of his studies whilst among us that  many more of his friends from the  wheat belt will take council from his  advise to cast in their lot with the  Creston fruit growing industry.  A masquerade Bail at Port Hill drew  a large crowd-on Saturday night. About  two dozen '.Crestpnites made 'the trip  and had a high/old time. The hall Was  much too small to accomodate tha assembled 'dances and the Indies consequently;  got their toes trodden on pretty ofteii.  One little .lady -'whs hoaid to l-emai-k  chap she would stay with it as long as  she had a tod..'left, to waltz on. The  night was -a capita 1 one for sleighing,-  and the lone- trip was greatly eujoyed.  Dancing commenced tit liiuo and coil-  eluded at seven the next lhornihgi';'-;We  uhdei'stand that another masqiierade  will be held at Port Hill on February.  13th. ; //''���������'.:--  To Mr. Martin Petvrson, the -thanks of  the Creston 'hoy a are due. During the  interval a swell little vechercho supper  was prepared in his store, and we can  vouch for justice beinc done to it and  the appreciation.  The ball was ..arranged by Messrs.  G^o.yPrice and Arelue Durthick, and to  hem all honor. Mr. Jno. Yan Net ten  was a prince of floor managers. When  next Port Hiii opens out we want to join  the crowd.  (Bealo Si Llv,ell, Brokers, Cranhrook)  Aurora Consolir.r.tofi.  B.C. Aif algamatcd .0 2:X  13.C. Copper 7 00  dmpolidated Siveltcrs  85.  Canadian X. \V  Can. Goldlh'lds  Oraubrcjyk Pne Brick  Diamoutr Conl  Diamond ValoCoal  Dominion Copper  Int. Coal A-CoUo  Nicola Coal J.I m *  ��������� i   ^^"V ^ S    \    JS H  r&c*  OU   will  malcc   no   mistake,  i^7 when you get off the train4"  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will siibstantiate this. We;  stucly the comfort of our guests.  Ther rooms are well furnished in  h. manner up-to-date, and the Bar  is stocked second to none in the  Province.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph,  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Xumberm'en," Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  -   -   f*rOpS.  When you see a man whispering to a  "Newsy" on the train, it is pretty safe  betting he is after a Calgary Eyeopener.  When the sun rose on Thursday morning the Chinese Now Year began, and  the first decade of "Sun Hung" was  ushered in by the local chinks. There  were no salvos of firecrackers or loud rejoicings ; just a few pipes smoked, noodles chewed, sam-suey sipped, and here  and there a quiet fantan game in honor  of Tien Wang (Prince of Heaven).  A disgraceful scene was witnessed on  Wednesday night at tho Opera House.  The " Hard Times " Ball of the Aome  Quadrille Olub was in progress, when a  number of hoodlums endeavored to  break up tho harmony. It would serve  these mon right if wo mentioned their  names in this item. Ladies arriving nt  the dauco heard a volley of swear words,  and had tho mortification of witnessing  two mon engaged in a fight in tho  corridor. The presideut of the club  (Mr. J. Hartley) wasvioiouBly attaoked  fit his post by one of tho gang, and n  free fight ensued. The Roviow is most  emphatic in its views whan it says that  the knawn mombers of tho gaug should  in future bo OHtracisod from all social  functions, ' until they individually  apologize for their iiiipcoudnct.  Brock Moran, of the Creston Hotel,  will shortly take a holiday.    It is sure j  coming to Brock, and the Review hopes I j  he. will have the time of his life.  The Creston--Drug and Book Co. are  about to put another storey on their new  F. W. Godfrey, representing R. T.  Either & Co., "Victoria, liquors and groceries, was here several days this week.  "Win. Sloan has resigned as .member  for Comox-Atlia. Hon. Wrti. Temple-  man will run for the seat. The election  takes place early.in March.       '  The Creston Review is serving no  party or clique, and we shall continue to  express ourselves fearlessly, e'en though  threats against our own person have  been uttered.  y.1  J  1  i  I  Mi  i  t2S?Qsy*5sy������;  VifrtSg  POS,  iess  1!  Limited  CRESTON  B.C.  " Everything is the Best."  One quality!  Another step that *n*Tk* the progrois  of Oreston is tho determination of the  Frwbytwrian body tp build a church hero,  tip to thi pwiwmfcthat community havo  li*ld wrvlcon in tho school houso, and  thoy will now make a gigantic effort to  CSCnW n plnfl������ of worship fr.r th������in������������*ilvf>������  Itlgtohahopwl^UUebr most ambit.  ions desires are, oroWnedwith success,  and that a building commensurate with  tho strength of thaf; body will shortly  'fri0m������mtowii/:vl  -  Ono of fcUose "pi" acoidiiutH that ocpus  tonally butts into tUo life of a country  printer, shook ns to tho foundation this  week. Wo have got hor out a day lato  this tune, but wo will crow* our hoart  that wo never uwnl ono swenv word dnv.  lag tho whole fracus.   Ktrimgo but truo,  Only  Bring your Repairs  Get your Shoes  Fixed at Carver's  Harness Shop.  9!  ig^OQ&S������S������������������������e>������������������fM9fiCMWS������������������  I XL. Ixyckman  Tinsmith  and  Plumbkt  issi*ur������iiS' ������������������>nrl������i������iivriaMitnswiJs,.-������iaj^iP  Tinware  Stoves  PARTICULARLY IF  IT     IS     PLASTER.  You can tell me your needs  with confidence because I  can fill the bill.  ^Piping  iiwwssuniwmwmmiaiM^M  pi'juuniiii.iMnjnnfTiiTJi,"ti"r~~*"Tr,'-*~ r-  " ~i r~isniinsnini-siri  Ed. Pulljames  PLAST BRE R  I Hot Air and Hot  ! Water\ Heating a  1 Specialty.  ttea8^������W������tt8������OO0������ro^M������������������  , ���������������������������liri<-M������.������ril>ir.<.t.l,M������������l<������M������W������r,HIM���������������������������MM������������������IMW  Stai^ev ���������& Co.  Wlioleualo  Ppovlslons,   Produce,'   Fruit  ^Brazing ������nid Repairing a. Speciality p  _.  . . ��������� -. .    -, i. ���������..���������  g  | Plumbing Supplies kept in stock*    Tinshop in connection i  <i ' " : ���������: ��������� ������������������ ������������������  ^  Estimates made on all PluirMog Work, \  ^*&&&iWW&*^^  Everythfng at cost for  .Few Days.'  Xii'itiinl Cominlhhioii Mcu'chiiniH  NBLSON  B. C.  mtiw****,,*,!*���������!*.!*****������������������*!***** tmmit  ������0*������������������������ri'������!������������,���������1������  A jw>rmu who in ho low down In ilio  social Hculo that ho wanU to ilpht at the  flrwt sign of adverse nrlticlmn, In a men-  nco to sny community. Wo shall oo������.  tlnno our progranimo of ciudigating the  '������ioked,  Join The Library  ���������MWKHW  ���������IXWIIIIIIIMW'W ���������������  ������������������.WW ������ kmiihwm <Mnmitv������nm.������u������  Buy the first book for 2Sets, and  Exchange for 10 ds*  mmmmmmummtmmmmmm  )  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK  STORE  1.  iRESTON  THE PLACE T0..GET  Your Furniture;  Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains  linoleums, Ranges, Stoves and Crockery.  Wc Furnish your Home Complete.  ������&Mimn*i.MMtMiimmiMmmmmmmmmimimw*  I Standard' ^furnitureG  Complete House Furnishers stvS Undertakers  Write for Prices NELSON*   B*C*   i... ii...... mHHlMIM.mm4MatM|JL Rossland's Winter-Carnival.  Arrangements have been completed  for Rossland's twelfth annual winter  carnival,   which will take place from  X^UUiUtuy XjUCl  IU UbU.  ter event has always been looked forward to by sportsman and others in the  interior, and tho program completed by  the citizen-/; of Rossland for the approaching carnival is even more attractive than  that of any of their previous carnivals.  Tho sports program includes: hockey for  the championship of British Columbia;  ski jumping for tho championship of  Canada; snowshoe races, skating, tobogganing, curling bonspiel, horse races, for  swhich handsome trophies are offered as  prizes. An effort is being made to send  a joint hockey team from the Boundary  intermediate teams. Special transportation rafces have been secured.  The Mcyie hockey club has secured  the assistance of Stan. Langillc, from  Sandon. Ho will come near being the  star player of the bunch.  Mr. J. E. King has recovered from  a  t r j  severe cold, and was able to resume his  duties last Monday as school teacher.  Herman Graf, mine host of the Sirdar  hotel, paid tho town a visit Monday.  9's in American history have been  ictcrized by prosperity. Tho jmiiic of  '87 was succeeded by the boom of 538.  In'49 gold'was found in California.  Pike's Peak was discovered in '59 and tho  mines of California opened In '69 the  era of reconstruction set in and tho prosperity that followed has never been  equaled. In '7G came another readjustment of iuduslrial conditions, partic  ularly in the south, aud great prosperity  followed. In "89 camo the boom that  collapsed in '93. In '99 the oponing up  of the Klondike and tho revival of trado  after the Spanish war brought another  boom. From every indication it now  looks as though '09 would do i|s part in  Vei-ij Jlil������5    lilt?    1/J.*IU.J.U1W*A     lUlll.      i..3vU-,;        -w-  peats itself.  Richards & Morritt arc constructing a  frame building for The Editor and his  family.  Dave Elmer, of Cranbrook, was in  town Monday drumming orders for the  David Harum cigar.  Dr. Henderson'and wife will rstide in  W. E. Brown's new residence.  The ladies of the Altai- Society of the  Catholic Church are requested to attend  a meeting at tho church next Sunday at  ll a.m.   By order of the president.  Mrs. J. J. Atherton and family have  arrived from New Denver to take up  residence here. Mrs. John Atherton  aud daughter have also arrived.  FOR SALE,���������A four roomed cottage,  lot and workshop, right in tho heart of  town. Owner wants immediate "cash  and will sell for a snap. No easy terms  or agents. Get after this. Apply  Review office.  J. J. Grady is negotiating for a broom  factory to bo located here.  .j. ii. jYiacctonaiii, ine j^mson wiKue-  salcr, came in on Monday's train.  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist  Church will give a sleigh drive and bean  supper at Erickson, on Wednesday, Feb.  3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cartrighfc will  entertain the guests. Admission, adults  35 cents, children 25 cents. Teams will  leave Methodist church at 7.30 and 7.45  p.m.    Sleigh ride free.  A Home from Home.  ^ Headquarters for mining.  fficU.  First class m every respect.  Adjoining C. P. R. Depot.  Campbell & Graf,  Proprietors,  B, C.  m >  LIKE THE OWL  me  And Stop at  0  MERRILL'S  Barber Shop, Munro Block  Fall & Winter  Lanes ������^v^  lurseries, Grand Folks, B.C.  v������fc-  van  ������uis-yojs?  w  rerfecfion ana %^i&  es'HSBifjgg   ������������  ���������������������������>��������� *.^5*  ft     Bja  . n������  m^QQ  -r<    Are the Largest Nurseries in B. 0., and the Nearest to CRESTON.  r _   _ I ,   v Pwmi s^i#4i ������wi\i  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN STOCK.   For Catalogue and Price List  Address WALTER V. JACKSON,   Asent.  8 CRESTON, B.C.  'Phone 9.  Line No. S  MERHANT I  TAILORS ������  3&mmm?ffimffimmivnrs*!iassaass!S^  m   ������r    H    4    "   te  'CLLsL  r  Harry if you tvant to Buy a Good 'Building Site  in ROWS ADDITION,    [Lots Selling Fast  Vice "%>iii advance Apri  ������G"  -.4-  /bT!\ <��������������� ** H /> 4* ������^  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 and Chapleau,  and as far  I The climate of the Creston district is so  ������ mild in winter that seldom does the mercury  1 touch zero, and in summer the weather is  I very warm which is so beneficial for the cul-  | tivation and coloring of fruit. Cool evenings, however, are a persistent factor for the  eniovment of repose.   The early springs are -              _         ......  cuju.yLuv.uiui f          .-.     ���������   ��������� -:���������/ u���������ArK-nrr markets; therefore we receive higher prices  very favorable for gax-dentng and buddmg ^                              reaching the mar-  fruit tree.    The   autumns   a������  v   y  long k^ts in shorter time and bettef in8condition  and the weather is of an ideal Indian sum-  ������������������ 0��������� 4.1. L>       ft  .-��������� l\   A- l^ *���������������   t-������. r*H *-* s"h s\  uui 111  S.S    rxuiaua&Ca  '���������LAW      c\.Kf"-  solutely the closest producing point to the |  mer.    Violets and wild strawberries bloom  as late as November.  Soil  The soil is an alluvial clay on a clay subsoil. This does not apply, however, to the  entire valley, as the lower bench lauds are 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 plentiful, one being thirteen miles in'length. JScnl  to suit anyf kind' oi vegetation may; be secured in this valley.  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 eastbouud passenger and express passes through here at 12.1 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 railroads pass through the Creston Valley, and  fruit, may be loaded at eight points along  - the'line; ������������������'���������'���������' .::  $VS5J������X$H COR zur&Aifa  ^senile: ZOO TPisctf -ft* t iqth  TPi'sjaoi������������e������l ���������������'ov'    '  (IJHKi^k Colombia S3itnber������.  The progress of the Fruit Growing, Industry of the district has been very rapid.  Five years ago there  was  150  fruit trees  '   "\   .       , shipped to the Creston district, while in the  Moisture is plentiful, as  it rains  every    spring of 1908 about 48,000 were received  month and is. sufficient for bountiful crops of    at this point.   There were. also, several luvn-,  dred thousands of strawberry plants and  berry bxisaes shipped in, We have a rural  telephone' system, which will shortly be  connected with Nelson and Cranbrook, it  being already connected with.Spokane. A  system for waterworks and also for generat-  'Aboi^ture':  every description.  "flbvooucis.  /  /  hav  Columbia Una year tor ^ ...... ..     . _   _ _ .  and prices.    In addition to this we raise hay ��������� have a good, Graded School within attend-.  and all kinds oi vegetables, apples,^caches,  pears, plums,cherries, nectarines and grapes  as well as all the smaller, bush fruits, which  grow in abundance  *.wv-*-w���������---.^  m^mmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmitmmm'm^m~m. x  WRITl-FOR  NFORMATION  auce of 65 pupils, two* large general stores,  gent's furnishings, Canadian Bank of Commerce, photograph gallery, 3 restaurants, 2  hotels, hardware store, tinshop, .jewelry  store, 2 barber shopy, poolroom, a laundries,  blacksmith, furniture store, tailor, building  contractors, harness and saddlery store and  two livery stables. The professional men  ore a doctor and government surveyor.  The Social advantages are, Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian aud Methodist churchy  several fraternal lodges and three halls.     '  ������***������  mmmmmm������fmmmmmmmm%WMmmiimmmmmmmmm������m*t*<iii>mm ..������������  ^|* f\  umHWMtMimwiWMmmiimiitwmmwvriniimitmmmmmimm  j>& it!������XXXX^ r' 1 I ���������<     .   I      V  / > , .r     *  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW  PROFESSIONAL  JAS/fi. SCHOFIELD  ������i?e* Life and Accident Irsurance  REAL ESTATE, Eco.  TRA.lt  B.C.  A. T. PEMBERTON  Bookkeeping, Auditing, Etc.  CRESTON -  Bo  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B;d. li&xis BxmtEtORAMi Ah&botect  Plans and Specifications'  K.KJ.  J.  D. ANDERSON  BBTKSH    OOLt^iBlA.   ItAKD    SURVEYORS  1<*> ATT _ .   "R f>  Miss MARTIAN.  MATERNITY NX7BSE  We could not help  noticiug that the  j^*^  ladies present at the "Hard Times Ball"  8  Wednesday night did not enteT into the I a  "hard times" spirit of the thing.   "We I I  did not notice a single hoho-ess,  or anv I U  costume worn by a lady that was sugges- ��������� | ������  tive of the advertised Idea.  Was it mod-] \ |  esty, lack of originality, or jmt pride on J  the pare of our daughters of Eve ?  The advertised Board of Trado meeting duly was h^ld last evening at the  Mercantile Block, there hoing sixteen!  members present. Routine work got  through, and the matter of augmenting  the present board of directors was ordered to stand over until next meeting,  which will be called at the order of the  President. Mr. J. J. Atherton occupied  the chair in the absence of the president  and vice.  The ladies who are regularly attendants of the Acme Quadrille club dances  are assured that the management will  guarantee thattnere will he no repetition of Wednesday nights' unseemly  behsvior.  If the drummers are to be believed  Creston has the lightest snowfall in the  Kooienay. Mother earth is pushing her  nose through the beautiful all around.  H    H BU  Si  m  , em    w  u   re?   ������  BM^'  B   S   S  s  Si    ���������  ix  i^saxtHUM^my-w^^^^^^MmMst^z  ��������� OS   KIT   anuaa a  CRESTON  B.C.  SOWNBSS  i  Wholesale Wine and Spirit  MssshsSt-  Cranbrodk  B.C.  Watchmaker ������s Jeweser |  Special attention to  Watch Repairipi?  !  a A, ZiHlax-,.yBivr    Creston j  With a Local Flavor  I  Drnmmera sure as numerous around  this burg a* flies around a treacle pot.  Kelson; and Rossland mixed again  IwedatigdW ae the coppet camp, Result:  Kelson 11, Eossland 4,  J. S. Gnsty, manages for Fat Burns &  Oo. ia this distriet, came ia ftom Fernie  last night,  Oood progress is being made on the  flew roller ekatihg rink,  .  It looks as if the proposed gymnasium  Will materaiiize.  Several more substantial blocks will  be erected in early spring.  The mdsio of saw and hammer 1b yet  heard, all around.  A. O. Bowness, the CranhrooS: whole-  sale liquor merchant, arrived yesterday.  Albert Wlaler, New York, is a guest  at the Munro.  D. D. Lapsley, representing Lookie's  Boots, was here this week whispering  to the merchants.  A������ 35. Biennelly, Oranbrook, is a guest  at the Oreston.  D. Hastie was a Vancouver visitor this  week.  W. H. Adamo, Golden, la registered  at the Creston.  R. G. Etadden, Modidine Hat, arrived  here Bandar.  Ed. Belt and his sister have arrived  from Calgary. They contemplate tak-  lug up some fruit land.  Jas. Bate* and B. Henderson, O.P.B  cruisers from Oranbrook, were here  yofctertiay.  Alax. McLean, of tho Morena Cigar  do., of Victoria, stepped off the mid*  nlg^t freight Monday and did business  ��������� hero.  NOTICE���������The partnership heretofore  existing under the firm name of McKiu-  aon & Nbrthey this day has been dissolved by mutual consent.  A. A. McKinnon.  G-. S. Korthey.  Creston, B.C., January 2lst, 1909.  THE  o&)    tsotf  b)o<b    qjort  Cnorti    D}otp    W  m  Djoifc    B>c  mm������:.  i  Ml  i 1 v  r ������ ^  ! B  ���������*���������v  fMifiiTTWH" ffTimrrmrnriT^Miiw  tS&-.  I  I  C.A., N.P.  ������*<  vvwvwvvvwvvv>aA<vvv^  as  any uresi  .umbei  *  . ml if? liWt��������� 1  ! BROOK -      O .^  |        j   ~RANi  |    J AS; ADLARD    *  t*  FIRE, LIFE  . and *  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.  .B ' r-  The  funeral Uireotor  PAINTER  FAPERKANGES  KALSOMINER  GLAZIER GRAli?B^V'f f:  SIGN WRITER t  PAINTS  ^ WALL-PAPER  4Bk                                              bi.^j.--.,.- :   . ...lm i_  -���������- .    "V .*&  <^ Residence, Victoria Ave. ?  ^                       Dow Addition, ^  aillfl IMSHELL1  THE  CRESTON   BASBER  !  USE  BBIBg -  3>  EIl'SfiBB  ������%SBSifWI  >������������������ ��������� ���������  .and,  ��������� ���������IJIIIll  S|Sllli*l������                  _  tK MW I  ine Cigars  IgSi ylloS s  j Hot and Cold Bath s  ���������...*  Laths  Shingles  FawA iWtt ^Delivered to  Any part of the Town*  Outside points supplied  regularly*  Lime  es  Windows  Fifteen Hundred c/lcres of  FRUIT LAND for SALE  f* I commenced to pick this land up  ^ years   ago   and   laid   down   the  0 rule that it should have easy ac-  & cess   for   transportation,   that it &  ^ should have good loam 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 aud also will sell  it in blocks from nve acres  up-  ^  a wards. ^  A Home from Home.  Headquarters for mining  men.  First class in every respect.  Adjoining C. P. R. Depot.  ' Campbell & Graf,  Proprietors,  Sirdar,  B, C.  ^ Hurry,.  ct ���������  . Manager*  All tht young mon of the town should  takv a vaey great intermit in tho effort  now being mado to start a gymnasttun.  Brown, at the Post Office, can giro too I i^bedVawd" '^mmonoingrt'apMt  dasifted Information to any who want to pinnteil at tho south oant cornor of tho  LAND AOT.  Nelson Land District���������DIstriot of  West Kootonay.  Tako uotioo that A. A. McKinnon, of  Oroston, B, O., logger, intondu to apply  for pormlHKion to lea������o tho  following  uAKw tii o  Harness and  Saddlery Store  form Inline.  The LidlM Aid of the Ifethedlst  Chcwii will give ft Htaiah drive and bean  ���������upiier nt ftrlokson, on Wednesday, Fob,  8rd.i' THr. and Mrs. Goo. Oartrlght will  entertain the gcestiu Admistlon, adul m  W cents, ohUdren 35 oenUi. Teams will  leave Methodist ohnroU at 7.80 aad 7AH  8.W. hi sfto. of sootloii 0, townsliliD tt,  thence wont forty (-10) ohnins, thonoo  north forty (40) chains, thonoo oast forty (40) oliidiiH, tliouuo uouth *Oity (40)  chains to the paint of commohonmeiit,  coutainiiiK ono bundrtid uud ulxiy hui<ih  more or Io.hh. Goat Illvor will ho tho  boundary on tho west, north and ount  nidos.  Dated at Oroston, B.C., Nov. P4.190H,  *������.  at*. ^ii������**������.,������������ V*H  '��������� Everything 1h tho BcRt,"  Ono finality!  Only  Brinp; your Repair^  Now is the time to get your  Pictures Framed  I have ������ large aud beautiful as-  sortmont of Mouldings.      Everybody invitod to come in and aoo  them, whether they buy or not.  I ALSO.REPAIR OLD imAMES  ���������.W'. J. Downey  Photogrnnhor CRESTON g  ,   -   ���������-, ,..,,,,._,��������� ���������   | i. ...     i .   i       y    iwiwiii-.b t  For FIRST CLASS  Horses and ^gs    i������ mi n i mi ���������������������������������������������HMimir"**'^!!!"^  UP-TO-DATE  SADDLE PONIES and  I Orders ^Receive ^Prompt cAtiention.  Estimates Gfren.   'Prices 'Reasonable..  GOOD 'DRAY  TRY  Get your Shoes  Fixed nt Carver's  Harness Shop. $  a|aataa|aaata|At������|4||aft|oJi  y  CRESTON TO! and  SALES STABLES,  ,~������������������gnggry  Letterheads, Envelopes  Statements, Invoices  cNpigheads,cMerrios  ,=��������� i~~ ������������������  LUrculars, Shipping tags  ��������� ���������.': .���������.,.' ��������� t ��������� -    ��������� -;  cMenu Cards  Business Cards  Visiting Cards  SMenus, Pr grammes  dodgers, cPosters  cReceipi Hooks, Etc., Etc  ������ ������ ������ ������ ������  ^VMM:  S^tj^U^^frt^Pijfo^tet^&lt^li^  MOYIE,   B.C.   ������ir  Mjiuufftotnrorfl of tho Celebrated Lako ^lioro Kxporfc.  BOTTLED  BEER A SPECIALTY  Poro Mountain Spring Wntor ufodln tho Mauufaoturo  i of our Boor.  3  %  X  i  Dry and Qrcen Wood  For Sale.  T. H. MICKEY, Prop.  Blacksmithing  and Shoeinir  r  ^    CHA5. BNDERWJES, M������tnagei% Moyie, Kf.C.    %  5AM WOO & CO.^>  14AUNI>I<Y  "Fifth Street  CRESTON, 3.C.  (BohiuaO. P. R. Btatton),  k*!������  ,1. Buckninn   -Creston  II I MlimWIIKHMimilUMHIIH I  II <MM>MMM*MlMlkMMHM. II HlllllWH  'J.j-:l  mmmmmammmmitlim

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