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Array ,*t$iaSgjijsJS^  ������^si^  {  'V  /    /���������������������������'  All the News  of the  Creston  District  4 JL   VJL-i  Sent to any  Address-If or  $2.QG a Ygar  CRESTON, B.C., THURSDAY,  MAR. ii. 1909  Single Copies 5c..,  Anglers, Take Notice,  St. Patricks Day Concert  Great efforts are being made to make  the above concert and entertainment a  tremendous' success next "Wednesday  night, and it is expected that a record  house will be established. Ail the best  of local talent has come to the aid of the  promoters, and a real good entertainment will be given. Three of the members of the dramatic club are staging  that rip-roaring farce, "Bos and Cos,"  Jay-Jay and Bob FitzGerald playing  the male eharactersand Miss B. Mooi-e  will give a very good rendition, of the  author's conception of the double-edged  landlady. Another pleasing innovation  will be the first appearance in town of  the new five-piece orchestra, under the  leadership of Mr. G. B. Northey. The  schoolchildren have been specially  coached for a tableau entitled "Cinderella," by Miss E. Moore. This alone  will be well worth the admission money.  The tableau comprises a series ix  pictures. Mr. B. "FitzGerald will also  appear as a genuine coster character.  The following is the program at the  time of going to press, but several alterations may yet be made:  Overture  Octette...  ..Selected  Orchestra  Church of England  Services   in   the    Mercantile    Kail  third Sunday in Lent, ��������� March   I4th.  Matins, Litauy  and Sermon,  II a.m.  Sunday School, 3 p.m.   Evensong and  Sermon, 7.80 p.m.   Divine Service will  be held at the Alice Siding 3choolhouse  at 8 p.m.'.. Philip O Hatman,  ': Yicar.   "Wearing of the Green":..'Messrs. j. Hartley  A. T. renibertoii, R. Fitzgerald, J.J. Athert^"MrsT~"~  Fitzgerald, Mrs. Corbett, Miss M. Moore, Miss IS. Ryckman  Recitation...,..,........."Shamus Q?Brien" ..........J. J. Atherton  Song (Violin-Obligate).*.."Sing me to sleep"..   ...;' Mrs. Fitzgerald  Coster Song.................,uOur Tyke".. R. Fitzgerald  Tableaux (Six Scenes)...."Cinderella" .., Schoolchildren  Song.!. '....'.'.������....'...���������������.'.���������.���������; Selected '.'....:...V..;..'....;....'.Mrs. Corbett  Song .'. ."Come Back to Erin" ...J. Hartley  Recitation ....."St. Patrick's Cross"....... Mrs, McP.eak  Character Song (Irish) A. T, Femberton  One-Act Farce   "Box and Cox"   .**"    .  Characters: Mrs. Bouncer. - Miss B. Moore; Box���������J. J. Atherton;  Cox���������It. Fitzgerald.  <  GOD SAVE THE KING  Angus Gnrrie, from Summit Greek,  arrived iii town this week to lay in supplies. He laid'em in. Incidentally he  says that the parties who own. land at  the mouth of Summit Creek are preparing to clear it and expect a good  summer there. Prospectors are also  arranging to come "In when the snow  lessens to see if the gold streak from  i-Sheep--Or-eek^extebd^_osar--theudivide._  Consequently we mny expect many  hew claims started there this summer.  . 1 ���������   '.  Fire is an uncertain quantity.   Insure  your building before it is too late.   We  are specialists in that line.   The Creston  Realty & Timber Co.  In. the estimates of the Revenue and  Expenditure of British Columbia for the  year ending SJst March, .1910, the Ymir  district has been allowed the .sain. of.  $50,000, which allowance is to be devoted to roads, streets, bridges and  wharves in this riding'., Another grant  that has been secured by Mr. Sohofiold,  our member, arc the sums of $500 for a  ferry at Trail and $000 for a ferry at-Ike  Lewis',ion the Kootenay river. A fur-  thor supplementary estimate of $14,000  has boon allowed tho Ymir district under  tho heading of roads, streets, bridges,  aud wharves. Comment is unnecessary;  our mombor hns done nobly in this.  Couches, cots, oto , and refrigerator  reduood in price at Myers' JFuruituro  Store,  BffHB3C5MlllMWnaiin*WrT������-lTmr-r���������WWTT^^M^^ ���������mirwTWiiwTimiw  Creston Lumber  ^Manufacturing Co. Ltd.  several alterations in the "Fisheries Act  that apply immediately to this district,  and as many of our readers are making  enquiries as to what are the points they  have to take note of, we herewith give  the sections of the act that appeal particularly to the district:  "No trout under eight inches in  length shall be taken in the waters of  British Columbia, and if taken, shall be  returned to the waters alive." ,  "No trout under J three pounds in  weight shall be bought; sold, or exposed for sale in the province of British  Columbia. '3 ''-7  "The taking of trout of all kinds is  |iprohibited from November 15, to lyiaicli  t25th following, :.excepting in the waters  |nf British Columbia, east of parallel 120  \yest longtitude where the. taking of  trout of all kinds from November 15 to  'May- 1st, following, is prohibited."  4 As Creston is located in 115th parallel,  the above new law must be respected  iby.the local anglers. As far as the law  referring to the offering for sale of trout  runder three pounds in weight i? concerned, the act will have the sympathy  Of all good'sportsmen. Whilst ii; is  nice at any time to go to a restaurant  and order a- dish of fresh trout, the pur-"  chasers are apt to lose sight of the fact  that the fish they have ordered has been [  caught by illegal, or, at the best, unsportsmanlike methods. The Government has made a wise law to our way  ot thinking. Personally wckndw that  there have been men who daily fish in  Kootenay Lake to supply the restaurants  and hotels of Nelson, and as these men j  know the habits and haunts of the fish,  they yank them out at their own sweet  wills and thus deplete - the province of  an.sssefe that is now_heing���������,extensiyelx  advertised. Thanks to the law that  has already been set in motion, trout  hasJbeen_a_rare__dish,Levejr in_Nelsqn^  But as regards the lay/ which says that  no trout under eight inches in length  shall be taken in the waters of British  Columbia, we thinhr'that the makers of  that law did not know the first thing  about the subjeot. It must be known  that in nearly all of our mountain lakes  there are species of the trout family  that seldom, if ever grow to the prohibited size. Take Bear Lake and Fish  Lake in the Slocan for instance, and  there are many other lakes of the same  sort, where it is a rarity for the angler  to secure a fish that goes to 0 or 10  inches. They' are a specimen that is  evidently not provided for, yet they aro  of tho gamiest variety that are known  in this province. We know from  close observance that the feed upon tho  banks of these landlocked lakes is very  scarce, and we havo also disoovorod that  tho largo fish feed upon their younger  brethren. Thero is no outlet to larger  lakes for these fish; tho government has  [hot thought that by cleaning out the  creeks the larger lakes would be better:  stocked, and yet they go to work .������J&  prohibit angling in certain small lakes  wherein it is known that the habitants seldom grow to the size required by  the new Act. If the men who make  recommendations to the Dominion gov-  ernment were to get off the main line  of travel once in a while and feel the  pulse's of the people of the inkier Interior  they would learn a great deal more of  the subjects of which they profess profound knowledge.  Ranches, here's a pointer: .'Wscsn  how sell you BanwelPs wire fencing.  Nothing quite so good. Come in and  sea its superior merits.. S. A.  Speers.  F. E. Jones, representing the Eraser  Biver Nurseries, of liew Westminster,  paid a visit to our town on Monday.  The same day he inspected. many of  the ranches in the district, being greats  ly impressed with the great improvements that have been made in this section. Mr. Oones told our reporter that,  it is the company's intention to instal  a Nursery in one of the Kootenay towns  and one of the principal points considering such an. installation was the  soil. Whilst he was very nou-committal  as to his views concerning the ultimate  selection of a site for the proposed nursery, he smilingly added that Creston  soil was all right.  Dressers and stands, bods, oto., cheap  this wook at Myers' Furniture Storo.    ,  W anted.--A fivo aero traofcof fruit'  land uonr Crestou, improved, partly  improved or wild. Apply, stating  location, prioo 'nntl terms, P. O. Box  1053, Calgary, Alta.  Mr. G. Cunningham, of Calgary, has  purchased over 500 trees from Waiter"v".  Jackson, agent for the Riverside Nurseries, of Grand Forks, which are to be  planted on the Arrow Creek property,  recently purchased from'John, Arrow?  BUli'iil,       *v   i5    lain   uyvucf n ixtwumtjji \Q  immediately clear the land for the reception of these trees, besides considerable more, the coming summer.;:The  trees will be laid down the second week  in Apni.  Mr. A. Zilliax, who has sold out his  watchmaking business to J.H. Howarth  js going back to his old stand at Gris-  wold, Man. Mrs. Zilliax and family  left a few days ago. During his sojourn  among, us Mr. Zilliax has mada many  friends, and the town could ill-afford to  lose so wide-awake a business'-many  He was ever to the front in any move  for the public weal, and it is the hope  of tho people of Creston that he will  prosper in whatever walk of life Mb  steps in future lead him.  ���������:' Walter V. Jackson is gett'ng in a oaiv  load of fruit trees from tho Riverside  nurseries at Grand Forks for our ldbal  ranchers. Mr. -Jackson expresses tho  opinion that the year 1010 will see three  times as many trees sold in this distriot.  Eon SALE.���������Cottago and Lot.-. Half  CASH, balance easy terms.���������-Apply  Box D, Review.  - Attention is drawn to J. Carver's advertisement, which appears at tho top  of tho second page,  Farmers' Institute Meets  the East Kootenay Farmers'-* Institute  was held in the schoolhouse on Monday  last, when the principal business was to  hear the report of the delegate to the  convention held in Victoria recently.  There was an excellent attendance,'of  members and the general public*   Pres-  has been a misunderstanding with the  Hamilton Powder Co. in reference to  the price and shipment of a car-load of  stumping powder, and this sstter 'was  also debated on. It appears that thecus-  tom is to send direct to the Government  agent at Victoria, for any ponder that  is required by the members of the institute, and tta the government assumes  the position of a wholesaler buying direct from the manufacturer, the appli=  cation for the powder at' tne reduced,  rate should have gone through the office  of th������ Minister of Agriculture. This  was not done, the local institute dealing  direct with the Hamilton Powder Co.  Mr. Jas. Cook, the delegate- to the  Conference, then addressed the meeting  at great length. He began by pointing  tout the difficulties that a delegata to the  convention had to - undergo, and said  that all resolutions had to go before a  resolution committee, and by the time  they emerged the originators of the  motion would not recognise them. He  'gave a very concise and instructive report of all that happened at- she sueefe-  lug, nuuai uio vuuwuuuu iiuo   juwiuv&d  Accorded him a very hearty round of  applause accompanied by a vote of  thanks that went on the minutes.  We  Mr. Ashley Cooper IMS week. Mr.  Cooper, who is now at Calgary, purchased Lots 14 and 15 at the Govern-,  meat land sale, and he is anxious to immediately secure tenders ferthe.clearing  of Lot 14 and part of No. 13; He says  it will be a Jdurr^p~jdb, sp^tcaW,"and���������  must be ploughed ready for crop this  year. Tenders may be sent to Review,  BoxE.  | Harry Shoults is taking back with  him to Langdon, Alta',, Geo, Munro's  Columbia spaniel " Sailor." Thfer dog  W, become an institution in Oreston,  and he will do missed by the travelling  men, the guests of the Muxunp and par-  ticularly by the ohildren,' X&M, ��������� space  permit we could relate many instances  6f the sagacity of Sailor." 'Wo predict  a great time for him among tho gophers; -  ; Bice & Tull, who have a largo block"  Of laud at Wyaadcl, divided -Snio fflv������������  and ten acre lots, havo mode many'sales  at Calgary during the winter. Arecent  arrival told tho editor that about 40  families would locate at Wynndol in  tho spring.  ! T; K; Small, ot the Taokett Cigar Co.,  vVashoroon Monday.  of  Complete    Stock  ROUGH and  DRESSED LUMBER  ^Prompt Mtention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let us Figure with you on that Building  TENDERS FOR CLEARING  Tenders at a pvico por aoro (ready for  tho plow) for one or more noren oji Lots  101 and 120B will bo rooolvod by tho  und'orsigupd up to March lfitb, at least  ono aoro on onoh to bo olonrod by April  lf5th. ,Fov further information, aoo A,  L, Fair, Creston.  W. H. McLean, Minnodosa, Man  In a l'ow days I will havo. my  Shop finished imd I will bo rdndy  at any timo to fix Shoos, HiirnoBR,  eto,  I also mako Now ShooH, and  thoy ovo or tho Best. I was awarded a Diploma at Nelson Fruit Fair  in 1007 for oxcollouoo of workman*  shin,  Gtvo mo a call or noud yoar  Wmk,  ���������   *  cP.O, BOX 24  CRESTON, B.C.  PJLj������w  MMMHM  SSSSSSSSSS9S9  A,  THE   SHOEMAKER  ORESTON     -     -     -     B.O.  Have this week opened up a "Swell Line of  MEN'S SHIRTS  FOR THE SPRING TRADE    i  In Negligee and Dress Wear  A Line of Up-to-Date Shapes in  Msii's Felt Hats $?.50 to $3.00  i ��������� t ���������     ��������� ,  Also Full Line of Men's, Women's & Children's Shofis  Come in and see our New Suits, Pants, Etc,  .    ,1  i^^^w     4^^^^       t^^'-.L      ^^^-. .^r*r^-������-T^-.j---;  Mj.-.r^i���������, Mjvi**'%tt j". jaste: (* ,*f*������*7? *'*���������  W;!  ,&������������geWt^'vr  a HE   CRESTON   REVIEW  E CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERC  SEAV OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED 1867  S. B. WA*L"������3H, President  ' AMBMWDBB LAXED, General SSana^er  Blanches throughout Canada, and in the United States and Erii  ' Paid-up Capital, $1G,G0Q,$G0  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  glai  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING BATES;  $5 and under ,  Over $5 and not exceedir.g $10      "   $10       " '" $30      "   $30        " " $50      These Orders are payable at par at ev  (except in the Yukon) and  Are negotiable at $4.90 to  Get Your HARNESS REPAIRED at  'S3  la^,-^  3 cents  6 cents'  10 centg  15 cents  able at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in Canada  at the pi-in.-ipal banking- points in the United States. Thev  the ������ sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. ,    '  They form an excellent method of remitting- small sums of money -with safety  aod at small cost, and may be obtained without delay. 121  HARNESS SHOP  &Jl  a ��������� *a y -s��������������� sv*  T  1  'i  PEKCY B- FOWLER, MANAGER CRESTON BRANCH  Opp. McCreath's Barn  )L  jL Ms- a 1 J. W wJ tvj  ..Best Quality.  >dL  Cheanest Prices  MINING STOCKS  (Beale & Elwell, Brokers, Cranbrook)  .March 66h, 1009  Bid Asked  AnrorVt Consolidated -Sfi  B.C.��������� Amnl3n.iJiat.cd-������������������'     .04}������ .06  B.C. Copper                  7 00' ���������   7.BQ  Co-solidntod Smelters SO. 88*50  Ciiundintt N. W. Oil     M0 1.00.  Gnu (yrolddelrty               .0*' .0������  Cnii'idiiui Murf.oni      .1.15 2.35  Oranbrook Firo Brick 110  Di.iniond Conl                  .50 .55  0 nnmivl Vnlo foul       .14 .15  .rnfc"C<Kil<fcCok������             .70 .75  tfirohi Coal Min a         MH -05  Nip'twin^                       0,85 $)f������Q  vm-th SlnV                        .07^ .12   '  Nufijref. Gold MiiK'S       .85 ~ 1.00  McGilHvray O. Ooul       22 .25  Veteran War Scrip 7"J5.00 775.00  The Creston 'Jfevielft  Pnblished every Tbur<-d������y at Crestou,  British. Columbia, by ihe Creston Publishing Co., at their office, Pket Street,  Creston.  Wild Ros3 Lodge No. 39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Creston, B. C.  sit   S   p.in.  ���������Tso. J. Atherton  Editor.  Subscription, $2 00 a year, strictly in  advance.    No pay, no paper.  No stand oS for Legal Advertising.  Quack ads.  introduced to waste paper  basket; same with unsigned  contributions.  80-Day Notices, ������5; 60, $7.50; 90, -S10  Moets  everv   Monday  Speers"  Hail.  P. C.  Corry. O_0.  A. E. French, iv of R. & S.  G. Heiulren, M. of J?1  Visitiug brethren cordially invited.  in  little adverse criticism  should flttd tk> '    At a iiun-liu.':-ot'th.>,1Dniniat.ie Suoiet.v  pl tee ill  tho lives ol" the people ofthe j held  on  'i'ui.vsday  owiinj,'  hist ��������� it  wns  .:        ... ������������������       i '������������������*���������  west.      "We have   given   this rovered jAvoided ro present the first piny "Arabian  cleric many conipHiucutnry  notices- of rxi^hts," <m Muster Monday, April 12th,  ��������� i gratuitous caliber'for a lonjj time in j This is  u  tlu-ee-arl.    cu'im-ily    Unit.-will  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 gees a  square deal in ail matters, and vre  shall scourge the wicked and canouxz^  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  the Riverhead License League nnd vote  at the forthcoming election for license.  The circular says: ''The sole object oj'  tho Riverhead License League is to convince our fellow citizens that the licensing e������ the liquor business and its proper  regulation under iv reasonable ::nd practical law is a far better plan than that  of no license, which alwavs caused luw-  coluums;    we    have | vroato a  Ki'eat. ileul  of  lnii;,''Uer.     It is  ... I i  Sive protV'.veuoe.'to. tbo ' v.-ritten by Sidney- <������rundy,   ono of  tin-  most Isutiuwos writers ol' the century  and tlui lot-ill hulies nud.{jetilleincn  who  u!l tho en^t uiv W'-ll  st-let'tccl.   For this  (H.-oasion now scenery has been  specially  bus i:otfko\vu appreciation.    If we were J built and purchased, and up to tho pres-  ali its 'finu-skimied a> the  Rev.   Scott��������� i out no one iu the town has been iuipor-  what a lovely world this would be. ' tuned io die ono cf>nt for the cost.     It  these and other columns; we  ���������ilwnys. tried t  pastors ol" churi/hes in the matter ut'  fillowitif,- rhc-.n fre^ spuee wherein to  record their <-b.iiivh hnppeninizs, yet he  is the tirst one . iu our expeneuee who  @������<M>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**^  (^  ������  m  (������  m  The other uiOi'.uiitj; in   Moyie,  tamed Johnny, started to  school  is to be hoped the public will support:  i Uts venture liberally, either by the purchase of tickets for the first enkrtnin-  ijreasartg.   perjury,  Hvi  n.^.iT.01* o-r  -e>    f- ������������������������  Cre'o".*3>:jCloy, of the well-known firm  of Cloy & Siuixnonds, Calgary, fr-ait t*u.-.  porters, arrived in town, Monday, in  company of Fred. R.  Lyne, for many  true  superintendent  of   the Calgary  branch of the commercial firm of Brad  street.    Mr.. Lyne has recently relinquished his position  with the  latter  company and joined the firm of Cloy &  jypoensy,  and  uses.*"  The circular continues:   "These Prohibitionists bave talked so long without  being contradicted that- .-hey biive come-  in the course of time io imagine they  ������  alone possess the right- of free spee:h.  They hare acted as if they have been  Divinely commissioned as the custodians  of the minds and consciences or their  neighbors.     This state of 2ner.?s3 flatulency accounts, I think, for their furious ! |  and bitter denunciation of me during  the last bitter option contest."  ILTi.     \Cooo/i������       *V%o    nftcln������.      ia    -.-ro^tif-^i/1  If UuuJ^,      ..**.*     ������,������������., ������w..������      ���������        .^.   a  boy  somewhat late, and to save time, cut across  lots. Coming to a barbed wire fence be j meut or in other ways  gently threw his books over and'then,  proceeded to crawl Ivrwoen the wires,  Tji doing so one of the bar'"* caught the  caboose of hi* pants and caused a rip  clear   up   to   the   waistband.     Johnny  r -^> = \.'->jrt������' \-"$r������*\' 1v^i*e,S' ^JV^jTv'2 !9  ������  y<ss?vx  f.mnd a solirary p-ia in bis yiwt and o.los- j 3  lug the vent as well as possible, went on j \  his way. ar-ivingat the seiuio]house just j"  after school had taken up.  As he entered j  the door the teacher said: "Johnny, I see  you're little behind.*"    "I know it"' replied Johnny, "but if I'd bad another  pin you wouldn't."'    And that held her  until, recess.  1  si  SgKgEgJSSgi.  B^g-rtfii1;?li--;'WSIW������  Hermann Graf,  the   popular   Sirdar  Hotel man was in town, Thursday.  ���������f^. -^r^WM WMWM-JB^M  ^T^g? %-?i*������yi  OU   will   make   no   mistake  when you get of? the train  - ���������������       if you. sign the register at  the   Creston   Hotel.       Travelling  The Leading \ men  will  substantiate  this.    We  Hotel of the \ f^y tlie comfort of our gueste.  1 | The rooms are well furnished in  Fruit    Belt j  a manner up-to-date,  and the Bar  is stocked  second  to none in the  Province.  Our   Guests i  " Call  c/lgain ~  OEX=fc"3������*=.*_"  Shnmonds as an active partner,   As we  have said before, this firm is making   with having carried Riverhead for thef������  orrangemepfca with many of our prom- j "wets" at the last spring election by his  nent ranchers to handle their produce j open advocacy of license.���������N. T. World,  exclusively, and the visit of the gentle-  y,  men is in connection with that.  , The pastor of the Grace Episcopal  Church, of Riverhead, L.I., has sent out  oironlars asking his parishioners to join  ,���������...; ���������������������������'.:.*',  .,- -"':^';/'  I  TnQ Mssb With  A Millstone  About His Neck  The millstone Is tack of  special training. It holds  . one man down to hard work  and small wages while  others, properly trained, fj������  ahead, But every man nnd  woman who is laboring  under such a burden can  easily rise to a hotter position and increased earnings  and can And out how for  the asking.  To find, out how, simply  write the I. C. S., ntatlnjf  the position you wish to  gain. In return, an institution with 17 years ol successful experience la training thousands of others for  advancement will tell you  how It can fit YOU for a  better-paying position. No  risk to run. No books to  buy. Isn't such a chance  for advancement worth this  much to you t  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS  ���������������x 708, Scrwloo, P*.  Or tlifllr lUttuI fteprflnoiitrtllvfl:  J. W. BENNETT  ...arlfitarv  Kmm  AS^Jmm   *���������*/  rER?!lEt B.C.  Vi������vt������ Oakhtok Kviu������ir Monwr,  In connection with the visit of John  McLcod, inspector of Fisheries, here, we  are reminded of an incident ilmfc occurred  in the Lardeau some years ago, and one  in which the editor was the principal  actor.   At the month of  Trout Lake  there are every spring a large number of  landlocked salmon, that come up the  Lardo river from Kootenay lake to spawn  and the early timers used to have great  feeds in those days, as it was a very simple matter to spear the monsters.   One  conld select his own fish as it lay  in  shallow water,, and bring it to shore.  Yo editor tried his hand ot the game,  and.it so happened he landed n 21 pounder jnst as the aforesaid Fisheries Inspector' arrived on tho scone.   We were  very proud to exhibit our prowess at the  art of illegal fishing to this /renfcleman,  and we havo. a distinct recollection of  his stolidity at our remoilcs,   Imagine  the writer's state of mind when h'o discovered who his auditor wos.   Wo folt  liho tho honored thirty cents and then  some.    It appeared that Mr. McLood  had boon sent to Gerrard to onqulro into  tho alleged illegal spearing of fish, and  at this nowe, -which was authentic, wo  folt decidedly happy���������wo don't think.  Lator Mr. MoLcod npproncliod us and  wo had visions of dungeons and broad  arrows.   Judgo of our surprise wlion he  asked ws if wo would niako a present of  the magnificent specimen wo had cap*  turod to tho Covommont, ns It was thoir  dcslro to properly classify tho fish.   Wo  hod no compunction whatever in doing  this, mid wo had tho ploasurn of seeing  tho gift, that was offomvnvds clarified  tho "Siilmo Kootemui," ouofiHt'd in ico  and Hhipped to Victoria.   Wh toper I directly Ma s boarded tho train wo got  briny aud Haunted another beauty for oviv  own dotmiMticj uho.  " Everything is the Best."  Ono quality!  Only g  sell the Pure Natural  ���������  Fertilizer.  Tankage -Fertilizer  Ground Bone  Blood and Bone  , .Blood ���������  IN SACK LOTS  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Ivumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and .Commercials.  ifQBS*  &  Kl'P'l.hLVKH'*1 *  Bring your Repairs  Get your Shoes  Fixed at Carver's  Harness Shop.  SBSIftBfF*    t*  _ u  Limited  CRESTON  B.C.  i������4WQti������Kto������������(MKg>398������������������������^8a&  (������>������<9������������������3^������<^00������������������0������>������������(&^MJ������������g  Tho Wow lias como. l?ov Urn flrwfc  tiuioin our brief career woJmvo boon  told to " Mtoj������ t'uo pui>hv " OJi, i/o, tiott'  t,l(������ reader: We aro not going out of  hwinvhH, Tho Itov. Htsott in oviilontly  mad at tho fditor fornllowiug a letter  to aiijwair ihnt tirrmwd nttd nt tbt������ numi>  timn |f*ivft f*wl fnr fJioug'ht )������nt wfek hi  IhlB pttpoir.   A wan, who cannot tttiiud u  PARTICULARLY IF  IT     IS     PLASTER.  You can tell me your needs  with confidence because I  can fill the bill.  Stables  ivetfe; feeb anb Sale&:J  j  g "    HAY &GRAI������N:cDEALERS  ���������������"'������������������' -  WOOD" ANtr COAL SUPPLIED "���������".;"���������'  % AGENTS FOR -MCLAUGHLIN'S CABEIAGES.    3  tjL SLSLSLSULSLSLSISISISISLSISLSIUJULSLB^^  ,immm +t**%*tnM*HmM*mMh.\>*ww'm  Ed.  Fulljames  PLASTERER  Ask your 0 rocew for it.  POJi HA i B IN OKMSTON AT  S, A. 5PEERS.  yckman  Tinsmith  and  Plumber  nauuaa������������utoMui  Tinware  Stoves  Wiping I  I Hot Air and Hot I  | Water Heating  a 1  Specialty* i  Great Bargains  NEW STOCK .  mwm*mm i nmmmKmmi*  . . Wholcsalo  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  neiterjil ConmilHKlon MorolumtN  NELSON        -        B, C.  JUST ARRIVED  m*mt*n*mmm0mm*mimmmm0mm\mm* w ���������win m0mMmmm*0mmmmmmm0mmmi0MmmmiimMimm  fore of Plenty  w w������iv������w������v^#*n<M^r^'VVw^mN^ttWMa^  fine XCootb. JSnisbes,  'wmtttmimwnimmmmmmmtkwiiiHu kwmh mmmmi, wmm  MIIM������I������IWI������������H������<I������������IHMIH������M>  Uafr Bnisbes anb Combs  -,,.^..,^i^M.i.....iii..j������n������l.ra.<i������,.iii.i���������. ������������������^J.���������_-. ..ma   -tmm-mtBHIUUIIUIHUL  AT THIS  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK  QTOi?F  THE PLAGE TO GET "  %  Your Furniture;  Carpets, Rugs, I,acc Curtains  lyinoleunis, Ranges, Stoves and Crockery,  We Furnish your Home Complete.  mwnwrfi mmi*WMmii**m*iwnmi  I Standard furniture C������ $  j& '       Complete House Furnishers and Undertakers #  w ���������   vjtrr os\kt ' r������/t 6  %f   Write for Prices iVx^Jv^.- i>#Uf A :"1-7ar;a^^i^'fava!*H��������� ^^li'irHAtt^'iwi  t  rr^r^*^^*4^w*y*^HTry:''^y*f'  ���������* i. J irtht ������^<^>r������-.-H7f������_'^L^^ "y  ���������\.--':\y.^-.ij:;,.-  ^ ������::/%������������������;  TKK CRB$TONi REVIEW  *nnrr-Tw  A LOGGING SCENE  I HP     PiuPfQiflp     WiiiPOrlBC-  illO  giifUioiuo   iiuiaiiiiuog  UIU11U  luinug  'S  Hi Wi  Are the Largest Nurseries in B. O., and the Nearest to CRESTON.  NO FUMIGATION  Our Apple Stock is grafted w.'th Scions cut from Growing Trees  Address IVAITPD'V    llf^S^M     Agent.  OEESTON, B.C.  'Phono 9.  iane iio. o  /  ~ioe:  irdar 1  A Home from Home.  Headquarters for mining  men.  First class Irs every respect.  Adjoining C. P. R. Depot.  0  Proprietors,  ft������  rssraar  B, C.  ~^-  WW ������&JP&������'  LIKE   'ITlfc* UWL  s^hffl.  And Stop at  1ERK1LL  .3  Barber Shop, i&usir������ Block  \*s %*,  ���������W     l     a  bqSo^  ������  ������������������wiiTii x���������rjiv.nmrjatast!nz  j The climate oi the Crestoh district is so  1 .mild in winter, that seldom does the mercury  | touch zeroj and/in summer the weather, is  very warm"which i?3 so beneficial for the cultivation and coloring of fruit. Cool evenings, however, are a persistent factor for the  -/Ibarftets; . .v;':;:->;. .    }|"  While there is a splendid local demand  for products, the principal markets for the  Creston district are the big centres of the  Grows' Nest Pass and all cities as far easf  as Fort William and Ghapleau, and as far  north as Athabasca Landing. ��������� We are abV  enjoyment of repose." The early springs are-  solutely;l"l^ closest producmg^pomt to the  very favorable for" gardening- a^^  fruit tr^.    The  autumns  are very long    ^ reason of our products reaching the marr,  kets in- shorter time and better m condition  fruit tree.    The  autumns  aire very  long  .and the weather is of an ideal Indian summer.    Violets and wild strawberries bloom  as lat���������s as 'November. V  than can be done by any other district.  Soil  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 character. Four-fifths of the entire valley is  free from stones and gravel. -.. The laud^ is  practically level and mostly covered with  timber. Fine Government roads: are plenti-  Iful, one being^thirteen miies in length. Soil  to suit any kind' of vegetation may be secured in this valley.  ( Creston is well favored in the matter of  transportation. ^T.he C. P. R. passenger  trains call Here twice daily, going east and  west. The eastbound passengfer and express passes through here at 12.1, p.m.  therefore allowing berries and fruits''to be  picked in the forenoon aqd shipped in a re-  frigeiator car with no further handling of  fruit until the markets are rea'ched. The  G. N. runs trains into Creston. .Therailroads pass through the Creston Valley, and  fruit may be loaded at eighj points along  the line.       ���������  progress  Messrs. C.R RIEL and G % NORTHEY  to announce that they have amalgamated their  wider the name of the  . ���������'  '��������� ..���������"-'-.     '���������*��������� ���������'''.''-,: - ..'���������' ��������� * ��������������������������� ��������� *��������� ���������  ana[offer exceptional inducements in  Town Prop-  eti^ at^FrtM  We hefpe several blocks of very choice  Umber for Sale.  ���������;l-i.  BffHPfl  ���������,v,  /Bboistute  ...���������������������������        "'- ��������� ."'     .'''���������'  Moisture is plentiful, as it rains every  month.arid is sufficient for bountiful crops of  every description.  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  spring ot. 1908 about 48,000 were received  at this, point. There were, also several hundred thousands of strawberry plants and  berry bushes 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 gerierat- ,  ���������The famous strawberry fields.of Crestou/ itig electric power has   been installed at  have, outclassed every district in  British;  Goat River Falls.    Electricity will also aid #  Columbia this year for production;; quality  and prices.   In addition to this werauschay  and all kinds ot vegetables, apples,Reached,.  pears, plums, cherries, nectarines and grapes  as well as all the smaller bitsli fruits, which  grow in abundance  ^      1  Specials for This Week:  Improved lO-acte Fruit F%,rm, 1-4 mile from town, containing 3GQ  six-year oU^standardbearing trees and300 tl^0rye^f"S^:'!/ f  Good Residence, Chicken House, Fruit Picking Shed j; pine ^ater,  A Sacrifice for Quick Sale.   Owner starting business iti Town,  - Apply for Particulars.   ...;;:.. ; ;;...  MM  'Tsvo 7~acre Tfacts, adjoining Townsite*   <  Payments extended over Nine Years.     A ������nap for 50mefcfej!if|  mmmm  WRITE FO  i INPORMATION  K^Munil^HMHHkflHHMlMMMMMMlMWMMIt^^  in opening up some of our large mines. We  have, a good Gradcfl School with an attendance 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 shops, poolroom, 2 laundries,  blacksmith,' futfuiturc-store, tailor, building,  .contractors,.harness'nud saddlery store aud  two livery stables, The professional men  arc a doctor and government surveyor.  The Social ad vantages' are, Catholic, An*  glican, Presbyterian and Methodist churches,  several fiateruul lodgcti aud-tlircis luillsS.  Two centrally located Building Lots���������untilV5t:-^^i^%;;:5B!^'.  ypUl sett M $75*00 each    6fef 6^������y#      ���������  ������M  Write for information and maps of Creston and District  WHMM  mmmmmmmmm  EALTY & TIM  mmmmmmummmmm * < i  I^W^WMOV-'l - ' .    '���������. . ���������.'-t-.-..!lr'���������-.. '.    '    ��������� '    ��������� '       ���������    -        v..- . ���������"  -    .; ,���������������������������^���������^"f**-*."���������Wl..* -WZJ.A,,,.. ....M^.^v'^^^   -.--Vi;aJ������.Kli\'AlUin.t^-...^Myt.-l.>.y^.rf..^.,i,  ^^.���������������������������^-'^r^^^^  r,.n.^,^.^i.'Jri^.-^l^y^-.7Cr;j.-r'|-;-;;���������f^..^;..  :2^:a*yg������!S^K^ii^?^ga^?^ig^4^^  i:;-������K]?';w;-:;"i?K  <*:  THE   CRESTON    REVIEW  PROFESSIONAL  jAS. H. SCHOFIELO  jFire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL       -       -       -   B.C.  A. T, PEMBERTON  ....   Bookkeeping, Auditing, Etc. .-���������.."  CRESTON - ���������     - .    - B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C. Land Surveyor asd Architect  JFOK SALS,-A iiowai'd. piano, Chicago  built. In first-class condition. Price SSUO.���������  Apply Box C. Review office.  A meeting of the Fruit Growers' Association will be held on Saturday night  nest in Chas. O. Rodgers' office to discuss the strawberry question.  Five-pieee parlor suite at a bargain at  Myers'Furniture Store.  The robins have arrived. Spring is in  evidence with its invigorating influence.  We feei like jumping over the moon.  Everybody can look forward to, a good  summer here this year        ...  Protect your wife and family or your  ���������mother by taking out a life insurance  policy with the Creston Realty <fc Tim  ber Co.   Don't hesitate.  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -  J.  D. ANDERSON  At present money is slow; so our  friends may accept this intimation thai  we will accept subs for which collateral  will be discounted in the way of carrots,  spuds, onions, bottled beer, automobiles,  strawberry- plants, boxing gloves, town  lots, running shoes, gasoline, chicken  feed, or door knobs. We need the outfits ,->��������� -&���������  Now that the railway commissioners  have visited Kootenay and heard our  side of the story we can go to sleep with  comfort.  Boux���������At Creston, on Saturday the 6th  inst., to tho wife of R. Attridge���������a  daughter.  Rev. Hayman made hi? first visit to  his parishioners at Sirdar on Weduesday  .LOCALS WITH A PAYSTKEAK  BRITISH    vX7i.1I  TRAIL  Lajtd   Surveyor  - B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  '���������*   :' Real ^Estate and Insurance.  CRESTON     -  B.C  A.    C.   SOWN ESS  Wholesale Wine and Spirit  ������ Merchant  Cranbrook  o.C.  New stock, of ladies goods just arrived at  McPeak's. All splendid goods. Come in  and inspect.  Our new stock of ladies' goods comprises  ulnehuins. print;-, muslins, ribbons, laws.  Irish linen, lawns, sWft'es. silks, huiie*: and  child.vu"s vests, drawers, waists, blouses,  j collars, aprous overalls, dresses, corset* and  ' corset covers, ������kir:s, morning gowns, shin,  waists;, wrappers, allover Uiee,' hosiery, etc.,  etc.: Come in and inspect, T!ie finest display ever seen in the district. McPenk's  Cheap Cash Store.  For Sale���������Buft' Orpingtons.   3 heus  l rooster,  $7.50.    Single   rooster,   $3.oi>  thoroughbred.���������O. J. Wigen  Ladies, you should call at. MelVnk's St.ove  of Plenty and seethe display of fauey goods  just arrived. sMlk cloths, table napkins. ] \  table clotlxs, sheets, art. muslins, sateens, !!  panvsolsrt t ies, collars, siikolir.es. shoes for  ladies and misses, sweaters lonbe children,  and in fact everytJiiup.    "\Ye. ca.u aud wil!  >'*   m*'X!H"  -������$*> ������.  "-v?*5   "-p-srwrr/  D������Q  cm&iz������%l\  *_*^UJ.j(>^.W>.   %������;������,������������ ii.i^  Watchmaker & Jeweler  Special attention to  Watch Repairing  S������ IS  fill!  ~ ~ JJLHUJ.1.JWWMK���������w���������waw.' 1  J?  I -^    Ladies, bring Eaioa's e������talc cue Klonjj with  you and compare our prices. Ladies' wear  at MePesiic's.  SI as  ��������� ww&o^^^^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������^  ���������  With a Lbteal Flavor  J, A. McDonald, the Nelson wholesaler, was among our merchants this  week.  Fred A. Estey, of the Y.O.L., arrived  from Nelson on Monday.  J������;Y���������������-Brooks, Calgary, claims agent  for the O.P.R., paid a -visit to town this  week and. adjusted several outstanding  claims. Mr. Brooks is a brother of Sam  Brooks,'of this town, the well-known  rancher.  1  A general meeting of the Crestou  Power, Light, & Telephone Oo. will be  held in tho Mercantile Hall, April 1st.  F. W. Godfrey;, of the firm of Rithet  & Co., Victoria-;," arrived in town Wednesday.  W- Rankino, chief tie inspector for  the O.P.R., in this division, was a .visitor from Oranbrook, Wednesday.  Mr. Fred Oprry left for Oranbrook to-  Ha a  Hi  THE   CRESTON   BARBER  POOL  BBE  Fine Cigars  and Cigarettes.  Hot and Cold Baths  Wo received a letter this week from n  a correspondent who again signs, himself "Dry Docked Rancher." But his  observations were   so coarse   that we  day, having secured  a position of  tie i.     "'"'.'" ,      .       ���������      "... .,,   ���������������,���������                        I have taken it upon ourselves to refuse  tho party the privilege of the uso of our  inspector with the O.P.R.  Tho building now being erected by  A.   Mirabelli   is   neariag  completion.  . His- advertisement in another column  *%tU-Uo read with interest.  A nice buffet and some kltchon tables  will sell cheap at Myers' Furniture Store,  A baker shop \n to be established hero.  Frank MoPcak has returned from  Nelson, where ho has just finished a  plastering contract.  O. W. French has been laid up for  tW,o weeks with a Bovoro attack of rheu-  * Mfttlsm. ' He Is now arbuad again.  Mrt B. Jones lias arrived from Cnl-  Bary, with the intention of bringing his  wife and family later. He purchased  two town lots, Saturday, and is dickering ou Home fruit land,  ,-   J, W. Bennett, roprcnonting tho Inter*  ;'national    Oorrespondenee   School,   of  eorantou, Fa., was a caller at our ofllce  on Monday. ������  John MoLood, superintendent of Fish������  Cries, CR������"������������ In from NVIwvn, Monday.  His visit in Im oonnootion with tho roccut  law onacted that will prevent tho ownern  of sawmills from dumping, sawdust and  ���������atlicr waste iu tho rivnr������ and lakes, thn������  killlnqr off largo qnnnUMa* of il*h and  " ������evorcIy damaging one of tho prinolpal  mtmt$ of tho province.  columns unless he discloses his identity.  We would uot have established this  precedent bad not the writer descended  to vilo personalities. Abuse never accomplished anything. His bluff was  called at the first tarn, and wo do not  feel disposed to open up fcho wound.  The best known grades o������ seeds  (Mackenzie's) havo arrived at Spoors'  store. Make your selection early. All  fresh goods.  A deal was made this week in whioh  J. H. H, Howarth tokos over tho jewolry  aud watch repairing business of A,  Zilliax, who established a profitable  business hero. Mr. Howarth wns for  somo time located ������t Slooan.Oity^whoro  ho proved himself a very capable mon  at his lino ol bumiiusts. Wo hope ho  will shako hands with us when ho has  made his first million.  It la no uso kicking wlion yon go to  Jim Buckman, Wo saw nJJOOO lb. horso  handled by tlio bJuokHuiUh under notice  on Tuesday. Thoro war 11 uuort, a grunt',  aoloud of (hint, nnd (hot) Mm rpitnlriipiMl  was ou ills buck trying to oleavo tho  clouds. 'Twns thmtho was shod. Thoro  is no nwd for liti.jkmiui to train for <hn  wrostliug chaiiipiouHhip; he's always  fit.  Olom. Payette loft for a business trip  to Spokauo lout Monday,  mK  1 I  1 ������  1 Vii^j  1 ^ 1 \\^/  iT-^.^l  -<v  ./'  w^  I  T*  ^s^sssssmas^^i^s^ss^xMfssass^s^,  Ii������i*ies!    Aiv you awovo that you can  trot "MoOaU's pa'tenis afc Speert;' store?  You cnix si'iruro tho giwi nil work- for up.  o tiiti;* r.H;,.hir,H'i-  on  j Now's the Time  Wo  have the  most approved and  ttp-to-dato   spraying    and    pruning  outfit., and are prepared to undertake  vork by day or contract.  The "Kaslo KoOtenainu" is responsible  for the statement that D. C. Oorbin, the  Falls City railroad king, has taken a  bond bu tho Wasner-sronty in the TJntidr  Dinie.au. If this is a fact avo havo no  hesitancy in prophecyiug a long deferred good time for the whole of the  Lardeau o Juntiy. We ate of the opinion  that vast fortunes will be gleaned from  the surface alone of the Upper Duncan  as soon as transportation is established.  Alf. Cottrillh'as returned convalescent  from the Oranbrook hospital, where he  Iu'.b been treated far pleurisy.'  T  O N S  CRESTON, B.C.  Tho Dramatic Society this week lost  one of its most valuable members-.  Mr. Corry who has keen str.dying tho  part of " Joshua ".for the play that will  bo '.produced-011 Easror Monday, has  gone to Cranbrook to f.ssnnie a position  with the O.P.R. This will necessitate a  change iu the cast..  J. Blaney, the patriarc-hal tailor, froin  Oranbrook,'was. here on Monday giving  tho boys fits/ lie represent!" an Irish  honse (couldn't do anything else with a  name like his), and he won't be satisfied until lie clothes-the itiale multitude'  of Creston iu Donegal tweed.  Goal is the motive power of all  \ industry, commerce and civiliza-  \   tion    The demand is infinitely in  the   increase   of  Hi* ������������������������������������������������������11 n fift  Kill   I 91 Iflit,  tion  creasing  with  civilization.  The wise man is to-day investing  in   uudeveloped   coal   properties.  In 1896 the stock of the Crow's  &  Nest Goal Co. went begging at 10  ������> cenfs   a  share.   In   190B it  was  "i   worth  ������125   a share on its own  2$  -^ merits.   To-day it rarely changes  >  *"   hands at any prne. s  The McGillivray Creek Coal and  K  Coke Co Ltd has the coal���������2,600  f  acres  held  under Crown Grant  with sixty to Seventy five million  tons of coal in evidence, of high  quality.     Buy its shares now if  you wnut to join the millionaires'  club later on.  FOR SALE  BY  MBjiBan&s.a'^^  MJNMWUbJF4*4  At 25 Cents per  ^  DoJIar Sfoare  For a limited timo.   Get in on  a tho Ground Floor. d*j  Now is tho timo to got your  rti  Letterheads, Envelopes  gy*  Kjiazements, invoices  ^v  iiwiiraifinfiwimgiii^ffi,?!^^  I have a largo and beautiful ns-  Borhuput of Mouldings. Everybody invited to como in aud see  ���������them, whotlutr thoy buy or not.  I ALSO REPAIR' OLD FRAMES  W, J,  Downey  Photographer CRRSTON 5  For FIRST CLASS  Horses and ffiigs  UP-TO-DATE  SADDLE PONIES and  wmmmtmntHtwm  GOOD VRAY  TRY  Subscribe  L  SALES STABLES.  Dry and Gretn Wood  For 5ale������  cHpieneads, cMemos  Circulars, Shipping Tags  oMenu Cards  Business Cards  Visiting Cards  cMenus, Programmes  dodgers, Fosters  <R������ceipt 'Bocks, EtCt,  Etc  mi  mmm  <All Orders Receive 'Prompt Mtention,  Estimates Giben*   'Prices ^Reasonable, ,  I������ ������ ������ ������ @  CRESTON  m ������ ������ ������ ������  b������c^������������o<w>������^>������^  miRvBcnttv.  CRANBROOK - e. C,  "* ^~^^���������'  Thn  I funeral Director |  *V^Lby|Jbu^iltUi^|llk^Ug|  J'AINT AND JlAiN  JA3. ADtARD  ���������(loBjaoi'oo^ Viotoila Avo, Vm AadHinn  Blacksmithin^  and Shoeingr  J. BMckmxm   - Creston  WMUM*tWtWllnHwWM)MIW  8MOICU lliti  fQIiX,^4������  ctAld at, 1h������������ Mu������iwaiul ?-nn; Jlnit'.  !���������'������"..,  Union Uoods


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