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 (Jreston  Valley  j^nrtctslttiral Assoc^tton  n%ea-~-%Jijtcers elected  FKiibtniAllUPl IU  One of the most 6h-|6y6hfe so^a!  events nf the season passed off in  Sneer's hall on Tuesday evening when  tha board of trade and the eitiaehs of  Oreston tendered a farewell reception to  Mr. and Mrs. Fowler, who leave to take  up their residence in Ferpie. On Thurs?  ;;������������������;;;;,",: ; ;...-?��������� v?;.'.  !  A meeting of the Creston Agricultural ? Association  was held on Saturday evening the 7th. inst. Mr. Walter V.  Jackson being in the chair The committee appointed to  look into the matter of obtaining a suitable sight for the  Association presented their report. The committee ha,d held  a joint aneeting with the Directors of the Creston Park and  Recreation Co. who offered to sell all their real estate holdings, consisting of over 8 acres, for the price the Company  had paid for the land and expended in improvements on the  same amounting in all to $3575 00 to the Association, provided it is incorporatep under pari 2 of the Agricultural  Associations Act, and to accept fully paid up shares in the  Association as payment. The committee regarded this as a  most generous offer as   the land had been   purchased three  ,)"5i������li3  agw,  auu.   lub  jam.     ���������s*.\sxxj.������icxx*y  vixu.   jjui.     a,oiv <*jajri.xiJ.xag jwj  the increased value of the land since the date of the Tnirch-se  or for any interest on the money that had been invested, and  the committee strongly recommended that steps should at  once be taken to acquire the park property for the Association.      TVlo^Qns we-*fi    *"he*"*    narripiA     ������������������liof tlie    i*_r������r������rf    "nf tlie  j;-~~ *__ i a   ~* *-���������**. mmA  ������������._--;  IBWFOB  GRSiSTON DS-TRIGT  ���������ABB     ���������A������rr������ *���������������������������������������  !UN  7 As ���������<&& go to press word was received  from "New Westminster of the unanimous election of M. E. Mallandaine of  Qrestoa m������ Sir������;itor of the Royal As-  ^cultural and Industrial Society of  Sfiritidh Columbia (Provincial Exhibi*  .tion./' ���������' ??���������..���������  ,.j  HtraAuutru   vuoU131Y9     nm vuviunwu;  that Mr. Fowler had been promoted to  the managership of the Feraiv Bank  and would leave at once. The board of  trade held a meeting on Friday evening  and appointed a committee composed of  Messrs.   Mallandaine,   Bevan and W.  7!-f������1r������nr; ta ra-Si-ss SuupuiriptionB for the  U^;i������."l>_ iu icixnro ,  DUCK CREEK NEWS  ���������a_l Carlson waa a visitor to Oreston.  Saturday.   .;...���������' .-.'���������_.���������':  ; Joe Wigen who has been spending a  Jewdays ih Kelson, returned to Duck  Oreek Sunday.  John Huscroft was a visitor to Daok  purchase of   a suitable  present  and to  arrange for a public meeting ^% -which  to make the presentation.   The proceed- .    .. .  ,     ?.,        ..  .       -.ftOrvek Saturday  returning to  Oreston  ings opened with a short  program of \J_,    _ ���������>*  vocal and instrumental musio and then  President Reid  presented an  address  <A-C_vn^������  Joe Wigen spent Monday in Oreston.  On "Wednuadftv ni_ht the Executive  \  IKES 1)1 LIFE  I ***������**. ****** mm.     mm������������������ ���������������������������_���������������������������_._  mmm mm  *������!/   MWt.  Bh?    committee be   accepted, and    that   proceedings   be   taken to] brief words also made the presentation }?9SW Conservative  organize the Association under Part 2 of the Agricultural  Association Act. The following were elected provisional  directors of the Association:���������Messrs. 3. Mallandaine, R.M.  Reid, C. O. Rodgers, Walter V. Jackson, J. B. Moran, 3. G.  Bradley. F. Callander, and  G.-AM. Young.  Mr. Walter V. Jackson presented his report as delegate  to the Fairs Convention, and gave some very interesting  information he had obtained regarding community breeding  of pure-bred stock, and the advantages? t������ he derived there-  7frotov ?He also reported his conference) 'jvitii the^Miiii&fcer of  Y^^iciiltu^ ^spec^  Fair w^  motion a hearty vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Jackson.  At a meeting of   the directors   of the   Creston  Agricultural Association held  on Monday evening the 9th. | and stated that they weirehot-i^noerely  of a silver tea service from the citizens  of CreBton.  The following will be the inscription  that will' be engraved oh the 7rtia*v  "Presented -to Percy B. Fowler,? Esq.  by the citizens of Creston,-B. C. on the  occasion of his leaving the community  and as an appreciation oi hia many  .efforts to aid in tbe development of the  District.  ?February 10,1914."  Mrs. Fowler was presented with a  ailvft-t* mftsfri iiasd fes**. Os as* "Mrs'  Fowler have lived for over se^ea y ea**  Association drove out to. Duck Creek  |or the purpose of meeting tbe conservatives of this district and endeavoring  to form a local association. The pturty  consisted of Messrs. Lowenburg, Mal-  lendaine, Callander, Stace Smith and  4. B. Stanley. Mr. _3. Butterfleld was  ?ytcd to the chuir. 2������?. SIsH^sdalae  then outlined the principles of the oon-  Beiv&tive association and pointed but  %������.benefit? derived froth suoh an  _8flQ_iation. It was then moved that  we?fbrm an association and elect officers  morning word was  sent to Dr. Henderson that their was a  man sick in Winlaw's camp. The Doctor, who had several other 'appointments  sent out- some medicine and said he  would be but very shortly. - He was  about to leave for his next appointment  ���������iV���������en a Messenger <*ame running saying  that he was wanted at once at theeamp.  Iu S* vory7 few   xuiauteS  he   WftS   oa the  way arriving there to find that the sick  man had taken his own. life by cutting  hiB throat,.  The incision was so deep and the man  had lost so much blood that the Doctor  could do nothing for him. and he died in  .. m~~. ~.i^~Xf.~   '������������������'  ��������� s* X&-T3   uiiuueocs,   ;  J. ������J. B. Winlaw interviewed stated that  the- man had recently" engaged in a  spree \v hich lasted several days and  when he was not at work this morning  but was sick he attributed it to the  usual mo?Eirag-after effect but said to  have the Doctor called. 7 In a few min-  m COAST IK  (From the Daily News) ?.  New Westminester, B. C, Feb. 11.���������  Fourteen miners, who had been convicted in nnntiMirinn twi+v. iot,n.i.-^i.i������  at Nanaimo, were allowed out today on  suspended   sentece   by     Mr.    Justice  Morrison, the trial judge.   The 14, including   "Big Louis" Nuenthal,   who  was also allowed out out   on    his own  recognition:, of $1,000 in respect to another  charge uotyet beard.   The other 13 were:  Mike Liy nan, Mike Ijetro, George Metro ,  P. McKinnon, Throgerr, J. Stewart, F.  Alsop, B.  Wallace, J? D. Robinson, M.  Mabi/J. Hall, D. Purss, and J. D. Robs.  The judge said that these men did no c  belong at all to the criminal class, but  they had been betrayeb into their present  dilemma   by   designing   agencies  whose macninationB they had been unable   to  resist.   His   lordship  advised  them to go home and become peaceful  citizens.    ''If my lenient treatment of  you brings the law into contempt," he  bave gone ro make th* distriot 7 what it  is today.     .       '���������'-"��������� ' '?">-?Y?Y?iv''vY.'-'.  In a few words Mr. Fowler thanked  tr_ii I  v aucy | the donors for this mark of their respect  inst. the following officers were elected: ���������-Hon.-Pesident, E.  Mallandaine; President,  CO. Rodgers; Vice-President, W.  V. Jackson;  Secretary-Treasurer, Ci A. M. Young; among  - other business   transacted  the  Secretary   was instructed to  take the proper legal proceedings  to have The Creston Val-  ley Agricultural Association Act.  ���������  : a  -���������  ** ��������� ��������� ���������  THE  FORUBVI  CGLIJ^iH   FOR   The  PEOPLE  sorry to leave Oreston;  bnt they wonld  ever carry in their hearts pleasant mem*  in this district and have .Mett^t^  ivp-rt '-of ������h_ ?������_roh^������7|te  Oooper; Executive Gominifetee, O. J  ^igen, and' Paul Hagen; Seor-etary-  t^*8uw*r,T. Butterfleld. The meeting  btoke np at 11 p.m. after which a light  lunch was. .served whioh put everyone;  hstp.subh good spirits that theyoung  folks started, to danoing and a very en-  ories of ^ their stay  Here.   His'sremarkBli^*1*]1*9 hop wa������-endul_ed   iufor the  wave received with grea* appwiaae and  tlie program was resumed?  At  about ten  o'olook refreshments  ntes however he waso>lled to the office lftid ,.fchen my effortg ^ haye foUed  and was then told thst Anton   Strome j  had cut  his throat.   He at   once' cent  a hurried   mes-iag������  to the  Dootor and  the latter arrived on the scene in a very  short time. 7.^..... ���������  There was no indication of mental  unbalance as far asrthe men about the  camp know, and the event came.as a  ���������complete surprise to everybody.  Anton Strome had lived in and about  UGHTS OF PYTHIAS  fflKF mmifip  iiiiifi.   iiwiiwi..  The Golden Jubilee,   or, fifty  since the order was founded in  years,.  WtiBh?  /-,"' ������������������*.-*"��������� _:';"'-j._ *������������������'���������������������������'���������_���������'��������� -x-'- w:���������I ingfces, will he especiallycelebrated  by,  Creston for the past year or-.two work-l : -.".    i,  7���������   ��������� -,  . .   >   ti;^:ti;ti     ,r ; | eVeryK.;of P. Lodge throughout Oan-  ing mostly ia the woods. i   ,        _  ?-���������..,  '-���������tiiisti^x     ���������'��������� ^tititi-ti'    i   ^ vJadaand^therll-itedTStafceBoh February  Efforts are being made to communi-9 v  ��������� .'������������������:-.���������;:''.<.:-���������;���������������������������-"''.���������. ���������r:-c-:-i -���������. ���������������������������;,. ������������������ T s.'---?--^---^r->riiifit_^^i4ttcM'--S?!isghSs7are. asked'���������t:e.-*ftt-  .cate-with his relatives and an inquest  ���������will be held;-tomorrow afternoon at the  tend Castle Hall   at  7 p.m.  sharp on  oidim^^ors'or^ tov the PurV  pOBe  of  parading to the Presbyterian  ohuroh where a special sermon on the  origin and work of   the order will be  Oreston,  -Y??.?/     Y:"?--; *v  - J. B. Winlaw has the name of giving  his men the very best treatment and  medical attention.  .-..-a^.-.-i ������!<.������, .^_:'=,J,_-.. ~���������js- is^st Iwohourfc.c Tbe aest m������?liHgQf  were  served and afterwards dauoing  was en joyed until midnight.  For Rent���������Oandy  Oreston Review.  store.   Apply to  i( We will not be responsible for the  ���������opinions expressed by contributors to  ithis column.)  Parker wSiiiams on  legalized Murder  "Viotorhri, .iTan.  22���������"Last   evening,  Mr. Speaker, I had the honor of seconding tho resolution of sympathy to  the family of tho lato Lord Strathcona  ���������a man lo whpin tho highest gift in tho  power of tho pooplo of the umpire had  "been given.     Today I winh to nppalir of  iiiiO-*oi' who is,dead���������this tlmo a mere  boy, Joseph Maim, who dtod two d.iyrt  ngo in tho lowest ignominy to whloh 11  people may reduce anyone.    1 refor to  the youth who diod two daya   ago ih  the jail ub Bnrnahy, n son of ono of tho  TjidvBinith mhicr.i.   ITo hull hr-on ar-  touted   in   ennnot'tiou   with   the   <lis-  ���������lMrbancoaof la-Jt Anguot.    Thoy woro  ^rveonironccifl   of no siieo whatever,   to  -oiyoiio who know of conditions, in  /spite of which fact large numbers of  mon   mo uorviug long tcrniii of   im-  prltonmi'nt.   And this tnere hoy wan  , iiiie of tlieue."  ,Spi:aklng with a loud voico choked  ^rltU   fooling,   Mr.   Pnrkor   Williams  ��������� ^oponnd   tho  ijnhalii   in   reply  to the  j^M^*cu iiuin trii��������� uium'-u ujauy, naviug  r -ontHUinoeuviiriHi bir lticiianl   jvicbnae  last evening by moving the adjourn  ment, and thus having tho first right  to speak today. He spoke for two  hours and ten minutes, never pausing  for notes, and while he was discussing  the case of Mairs, a dead silenco prevailed in.the assembly;  "I have a porsohal interest in tho  Joseph Mairs oubo," he continued,  bocauso my son, who is about the same  age, vvas also implicated. I understand  that this more boy Mairs was told that  is ho pleaded guilty to rioting ho would  bo released, In my hoy's caso ho refused to do anything lllco that and ho  was acquitted. This boy Mairs did  plead'guilty. TTo had mado no reply  ab tho preliminary hearing and pleaded guilty at his trial. Whethor any  promisoH wore mado to him I cannot  Huy, but ho wuu sentenced to twolvo  months In jail.  "I malio no apologies for discussing  hero in  the homo .Tudp-o Howny,  of  Now Westminster, who sat on tho caso  Jn Nanalnio.   I have somo conception  of what tlio duties of a judgo in this  province uro, or rather, until now I  holli'vcd mid thought I did have somo  concept <on, bnt It seems those judges  at-Hiiniefunctions which they havo not  tho right to auaumo.     Judgo Uoway,  InutiMul    of di-aling with thoao men,  mado the mis tako of going to Lady-  tnnllh boforo ho MmUmcod thorn and  E. O. Gibbs has been on the aiok list  for the past few^ dayb.  P B. Fowler left yesterday for Fernie  to take up his new work aa managorof  tbe Fornio branch or the Canadian  Bank of Oommeroe.  A Bazaar nnd-'The Feast of Notion.'  given under the auoploea of the l^adieB  Aid of the Presbyterian Ohureh, will be  hold k in the Mercantile Hall on Thursday, Maroh 12. Admission JOo. Oome  ono, Gome all!  ' pr. White -will give an illustrated  looturo on the work of "The Thomas  Crosby," Motludiat Mission Boat on  tho Paoiflo CoaBb, aftor torvioe Sunday  evening.   Everyone Welcome.  PLBJA8B NOTIOB  Tho Sooial at tho Oanyon Oity sohool  house, whioh was to ho hold Fob. 14 will  bo posponod nnbll Feb. 27, on aooohnt  of tho Masquerade Ball at Port Hill.  Everybody is invitod. ,  The Knight, of Pythlna will pftrtltr* to  tho Pronbylerlnn Ohur������ih on Snnday  evening. All knights aro rognostod to  report at the hall on  Sunday  evening  at 7 P. M,  Tho reoont worm wcathor is taking  awny the sn'owln great shape and work,  ors iu tho wood* and owner* of buy on  the flat* are working hard to get all  finished up beforo the big thaw.  the Association "will be held at Mr.  Butterfield'a house on Thursday next  at8*p,m. .  Monrad and Miss Olga Wigen were  Or-eaton oallers Tnesday.  O. J, Wigen, Mat Hagen/. W.J.  Oooper, and Charlie Martin spent Wednesday in Oregton..  It Is Burprffi-ng -what -a number of  Irishmen have cropped up in thia district jaat lately, JSvoryone yoa meet ie  hoi_g a brogue you couldn't out with a  knife.  The noble red man is at his old trioke  again several persons witnessed let deor  ktyled. .hy an: Ipdian on Spudoy last on  the ranoh of one of our inhabitants.  We should like to see this Savr brrsaking  juut'ilbwn <with a heavy hand. I  , * -.        i       ��������� ��������� I.M..    I.    ll' ..I.l     I. '  Whon Vou want your next job of  printing dono, no matte? what tho job  is, hijlng it to the Review oflflce. We  guarantee a first-class job and our  prloe-B' are right.  Apple paoking school ooimnonbes on  Fob. 1,9th. Duo notioo will bo glvon to  thono who have entered for name by the  Beoretary of the Farmer* Institute.  The ladies of the  jj-ave  theii* annual  Methodist  Church  bean    supper   on  Tuesday laBfi in  Mercantile hall.  The Irishmen will hold a meeting in  the parlors of the Oreston Hotel   on  Saturday evening commencing at, 8'.SO1 * 1 ipp  to make arrangements   for the  proper  "���������''^  celebration of St.   Patrick's Day.   All  Irishmen are invited to be present.  delivered by Past Chancellor Blake. On  Monday the I6th the Knights will entertain about 100 guests in Castle Hall,  the evening being taken up with whisc  and danoing. Those persons receiving  invitations "are asked to kindly present  same at the door.  The annual meeting of the Conservative A-ifiociaion wiii be held, in Mercantile Halt on Saturday evening.  Important matter will oome before the  meeting including the eleotion of officers  for tho ensuing year.  .E. C. Hunt is in town for a few days  but leaves for Nolaon today  to ho gone  I till the first of tho mouth.  Wanted���������Rloh prepared oompost for  greenhouse. Write Box H, Erickson,  stating price. 6-7p  SIDING  NEWS  Mrs. H. S. MoOreath loft Tuesday for  Nelson where she will undergo treatment in the Kootenay Lako Hospital  for blood poisoning Hugh aooompaniod  her returning homo the noxt day.  T1)0 JELovlow ban a] complete atook of  p*pir������n hand and ia always In readl-  naw^jlO do your printing for you on  short notice.  D. W. Brigga loft for NelBon Tnesday,  on   business. *  Let u**-,<h> your printing for you.  Prioea right and satisfaction guaranteed  The Creston Review.  Tho Seoond Annual Meotlrig of the  Oreston Frnit Grower*1"' Union Limited,  will be held ih tbo New, Warehouse at  IXXIfKX    l.l.������..*.������.4������  '   JJUIUIJUUU   UVUClK  ft.\.   Kf , AW.W..WW.  I���������*J������U Vn,   *J.   *}.   V*  UJHUW'Uyit   *.., WW...MM  ..'���������*' ��������� ������������������ I ,'���������.-.  uui,  witui ii-uu MimiX0 wuh lunfcU"***** auii wytiun  *u*  'I  ���������n.  OroBton, B. C. ou Friday Feb. SO, 1914  at 2 o'clock p.m.  OnTuondny   F<*brnary 24th a flwt  Ohriat Christ, Church of England in aid  of tho now building fund. At tho clone  of the performance a danoe will bo held.  TloVnt-ji ffir "both ������nt*rtralnment and  dMn-i^A ���������nrlll *h_ m.* tha -nnonlar  orloe of 601  oenti. 1  Oroston, B. O. February 11, 1914.  I, Melton Beam, do hereby state thnt  the written statement I made dated  February 6th regarding the theft of  ( 9 1 500 ) fifteen hundred dollars worth  of Canadian PaolOo Railway property  la Incorrect and nf tor making a personal  MWUibM    Mt ap**      *****    ���������������   ���������   *������,*���������������������������<MM     Vi       k*4W   W*4*C4  Company, of Mr. Lovoi-iue'a premisoa,  I flud ho do*������a uot havoanythlug belonging to the (C.P.R.) Canadian Paoiflo  Hi. 11 ������-���������������,��������������� O.-ifuMnv   ftrt V������?n r.v.in-������fo..u  ainm������/������*   ���������   \twm0i\r  Tt*.,*t  The Alice Siding Sooial Olub had a  very enjoyable time  Saturday night.  A Birthday Party was given in honor  of Mlfin Bertha PeaBe it being her 14th  birthday. Feb. 5th.   Sho was the recipient pf numerous presents including, a  glove box  in soroll work very  neatly  mado by Thoc. Buttorfleld also a hand  carved Hairpin  box mado by  Edward  Butterfleld a slipper and Hose Holder  made by Miss Stella Stinson, also work  Boxes, filled   with  soiBBors and other  accessories for a    ladies   work  table,  besides boxes of oandy cards and othor  presents.   Tho danoe was woll attonded.  Several Dialogues wore   woll rendered  as woll a? Reoitations.   Applos, nuts,,  and oandy woro paused around aud a  neat lunch was served at twolve o'olook  thon tho birthday aoko was out and passed around.   Somo of the guests getting  thimbles in thoir pieooH while others got  nails, nlokols eto,   All present declared  it to be one of the most onjoyablo eveuta  of the Boonon.  ThoB. Modford was appointed manager for our next danoo Feb, 21.  Mr. Pease and Olarenoe are hauling  poles to Vanderbtlt Siding and stacking  thom up to await solo whon the O. Pt R.  commonoea to buy again.  Mcoorfl. Prlco and Cockeroll havo  moved hook from the Sulllvau oampu  aa tho anow was too doop to break roadu,  Tho recent cold spell eoemu to have  fro_o the nowa all up around hero bnt  wo uro looking forward to a thaw.  - "   O '  '    v.r. .     ������������������������������*'������ *,   1     .  *i  ja������������".     vv ui-.vuv.au.  WUn������������a������i: P.  Ajdj-U,  W. L������ve������qd������|q  rl     0.1 0.0, *.    ,0.*. mlxif^m.    m..  ���������.VAuyiv:,    X������%  For price and particulate.  *,  \\ Sif-^nrl   t*!*^   Mcir\^t" i~r\   \-f\\\ir   Pr*i_^-r-**/-'lo  mmm ESSES    'B S ii-   ar    v      m  a        m      m*. _-*^ni     m      b   h        a  become a Booster of  'JiWfwwffmffm  .. _ ��������� $S!_&������������$_i_"5B_&_s_*aasas������s������-..���������.__   ������ v i? y v .���������_ v w v \> ii v m-v i) v m,v ^���������v:>-v-->.'ViM.v-'_,v \> \> _v M" >v innnnmnnnrv v \> yf\) \) j_ v \) \) \) V \) \> W^Annnr^  2%e Creston. ^evie!**  Published every   Friday at Creeton^ British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Pshiishing Oompany, Ltd.  The Review is tho acknowledged ad.vsr-sisiag medium of the Creston valley, cir-  ouiating in nearly one thousand IwmiieB throughout tbe Creston - district and  reaohing our in a broad manner itotso, other co������imnm:vB. Our advertisiug rates  are based on the scale of the Kroton-ay and B-nnndary x. iters' Board of Tirade.  Land purchase and land lease notice's, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-  tisements, $1 per inch per month;: onher advertising 10 cents per hue first issne  and 5 oents per line in *incceed'i������g weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are op en. to -ontributnoros dealing in matters of local interest and the Welfare of the oomnj unity. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  SEE  We have been requested to [ when occasion arises that they  publish the article ow Parker may be promoted or transferr-  William's address, on Legal-f.ed they may take with them  ized Murder. We do so on | the respect and appreciation  understanding that we in   no J of the people whom they have  s ense are responsible for it or  for any of th* statements there  in contained. As a matter of  fact its aippearance here at  this time precludes   us   from  ''served and they may leave be-  liind them friends aud admir-  :<*ers. To do this one requires  Khonor, stability, business  ^system a good deal of common  uaaVing any comments on the I'-sense and above all the ability  sad affair it deals with and we it o appreciate the other man's  shall have to take the matte rf; ituation and the viewpoint  up at some future time, if a*<fj om which he regards the  all.    The article   in question ipj .oposition.  is from thc Western Clarioa*,,  a Socialist organ, but it gives  credit for the article to tike  Sun of Jan.  23,   1914.  The social gathering which  occurred last Tuesday evening  when the citizens of Creston  District made a presentation  and said farewell to Mr. and  Mrs. Fowler ought to point a  ��������� A sense of duty is necessary,  axtid tjie proper appreciation  of :the sacrifices that .'some  tii-ijr es are necessary in order  to* ft ilfill one's dnty.  Tl ie tokens of esteem which  w������re presented on Tuesday  ereiii ng represented not any  one ci 'ass or sectbut the whole  conim unity and the affair vvas  u mt������1������������- ih1t������1 tribute to the value  Making fhe ���������  LiMeFasmPaH  I  By C. C. BOWSFIELD   |  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,��������� ������������+W*������  R  TlWrfl.1  to out-    imnnrv  mA������   ���������*_,!, ~  ,/ '"*'** J^T*       *������*-*-*���������*        in   A41*  are soon to assume the sterner Jour ������*<> nimunity places on 11 it-  responsibilities of life, namely! virtues , honor ;iud faithful-  to so conduct themselves that l-_������,������  I  ECAL LING  the costly  e x'p e rienc������  of last season,'  farmers * and cur-  deners a;ce preparing to make war  on the cutworm  and other pests of '  the kind. Caterpillars, in their various forms, were unusually destructive  last summer In all parts of the country. They seemed to be getting.the  start of land owners in coim and 'cot-:  ton fields as well as in onrchards and  gardens.  The diculty in fighting the cutworm  (lies chiefly in the fact that it operates  extensively In fields and hides'in the,  ground. Its operations cover such a  wide territory and its migrations arc  so rapid that ordinary spraying processes are not effective. This caterpillar is Identical with tho army worm  and probably the samo as tho, cotton  worm. Iu habits and formation?it is  identical, though rather * larger in  southern localities* than in libo* northern  lake region.  Whon a farmer* knows in tbe .spring  that there aro cutworms or army  wormB In his Holds ho should adopt  vigorous moos ores. Tho extra' work  involved ls cheaper than replanting  his crops. A. socorjd plowing of'tho  land is helpful, tho Inst to bo ns near  seeding time os poiscilblo. All methods  of stirring tUoj soil as sumuiur warmth  comes on *nro boncflcin.l/ Tlio plow  tonrs up *tIvc> /no.sttlng plnrrs. throws  tho Insects ohtrwilii-re. birds' inlay-"got  at thom ncndj crcntcst a gum-iul '-.^Is-  tiirbunce. '  ; Tbls oslraY tillage Is* good for lino  land uud will go along way, toward  oxjermlnatlng I lie posts. In roinu't'tloii  with tho woiic of plo tvlng niwl cultivating It will-''iny to in m a pi-epar-iliou  tnndo on tho basis ol' one* po*.iiid of  Paris green, thi'rty pmr.ids of brim and  two quarts of .moln-'sir-L Mrih-tvu tlio  bran with .wntnr hr-Yntv ml*>lii,*r. This  may bo mnuuniotiirod .In I argot Jots  If noi-deil. II? ii< in ii,. Mi������v'*-.ii] tlihilv  aliiniL tlio lluldj ll' .plrio d: around-11  I'iiinIi'Ii. orclmrd or tW M ,* ll ri'i'tiy *-<������i*vo  lo cxi-luih: all i-aWei pill, (rn ivi-nisi-iie  emulsion In nlKOfiiv-aniini' iiruWl.  Whoro nny rr-Jip   linn   n**:n .damaged J  1.1,1    iiiu   vMiciiui^ui t uenl   ,n    or   a   b^uui  policy-to sow alsike." Tbis is a profitable product, almost equal to cotton  or corn, when cost is considered, and  it is of great value to the soil.  . Another sgood plan is to sow part of  the affected ground to rape and allow  a-drove of hogs to forage on it A  rotation of crops, witb an occasional  application of the preparation described, will rid a farm of cutworms and  si milar creeping p ests. ���������  The cankerworm ls best known as a  pest of apple and cherry orchards, but  it is even ��������� more destructive to elms.  Modern methods require' frequent  spraying wltb arsenical poisons as a  protection of fruit against tbe'codling  moth, and this bas the incidental effect of killing canker wormi  The San Jose scale can be i*.estroyed  by the use of one of the llmo and sulphur mixtures, which may be puivhas-  ed ready made or brought into solution  by boiling the raw materials together  as follows: Fifteen pounds of lime, fifteen pounds of sulphur nnd fifty gallons of soft water. For fifty p-aUons  of the spray heal: twelve gnllons of wnter in a four gallon Iron kettle, mixing  In n separate vessel fifteen pounds of  sulphur with enough water to form a  thin paste. Add this sulphur to the  water in the kettle nnd bring the mixture to a temperature just below boiling, 'yiicn ndd fifteen pounds of best  lump lime, keeping cold water at*hand  to uso as tho mixture threatens to  boll over. After tlio llmo Is fully sink-  rul, boll for forty minutes with almost  constant stirring. Then strain Into a  fifty gnllon tank and fill'wllh wnrm  wnter.  Codling moth, attacking npplo nnd  , other fruit trees, should bo treated  with tho bordoniix mixture, which can  bo purchased reiuly for uso or mndo  up ns follows: Copper sulphnto (bluo  vitriol), four pounds: qulckllmo (not  nir slaked), four pounds; water to  mnko fifty gallons. Dlssolvo the copper sulphnto by' putting it in n bug of  cheesecloth nnd hanging this ln a vessel holding nt least four gallons, so  ���������tUnt It ls inst covered by water. Uro  ax earthen or wooden vessel. Sloko  tho llmo by addition of a small quantity oi! water and whon slaked cover  freely with water nnd stir. Strain tho  1 miik of iiuiq thus mado into the eop-  peV sulphate. Pour more water over  tho remaining llmo nnd stir the strain  Into tho other until nil llmo hut stouo  lumps Is taken out,  Tho bordeaux mlxturo is effective In  treating nnpnrngiifi runt, cnbbago  worm, mlldow, rot nnd pnrnnltrH on  grnpos, early blight, scab find Colorado  l-oofli-r 011 iioluloen. Ii-nf Mli'lit mid In-  Hoctrh oii'inuHkineloiiH and watci'inolons,  worms on tomato.*'*, rnspborrlosi and  blnc-Lbort'lcH, hIiikh and loaf IiIIkIiL on  roses, leaf spot on strawberries, rot on  fruit trotts and nearly nil Insect posts  __u i.u_^i>u_ uuteaocs.  LAND ACT  Form No. 9  Form op Notice  Nelson   Land   District.    Distriot   of  West Kootenay.  Take notice that I, George Thompson  of Cieston, B. C. occupation, Rancher  intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands���������  Commencing at a post planted at  the South Bast Corner of Lot 8978.  Group 1 Kootenay District, theuce  South 40 chains, thence Enst 40 ohains  thence North 40 chains, thenoe West  40 chnins to the poiut of commencement  nud coiitniiii: g 100 aores of land, moro  i or less.  GEORGE THOMPSON  Dated 20th.  December, 1913.  l-9pd.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Goal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alnerta-  the Yukon Territory, the North west  Territories ahd in a portion of the Province of British Colombia, may be leased,  for a terra of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 aores wiU be leased to  one applioant. <  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Ageut  or Sub-Agent of the district in whioh  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  lie described by sections, or legal sub-  d'visions of sections, and in un surveyed  territory the trnot applied for shall bo  staked out hy the applicant himself.  Bach application must be accompanied  by n fee of $5 whioh will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise.' A royalty shall he  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at tho rate of Ave oents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  fuvnluh the Agent with s voin returns  -ouotiiitlng for iho full quantity of mor  chnntnble ooal mined nnd pav tho royalty thereon. If tho coal mining rights  aro not being opornted, suoh returns  should be furnished nt lonst, once a year  The lease will include tho oonl uiiu.  ing rights only, but the losnoo mny bo  permitted to purchase whatever available Hiirfnoo rights may be ooimidnrod  neowinry for the working of tho mine  nt the rnto of $10 an nore.  For full information application should  bo nindo to tho Secretary of tho Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agout of Dominion Lauds  W. W. OOHY,  Deputy Miuistor of tho Interior,  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this ndverfcUunieut will not bo paid for.  ���������30600,  tammtammmmmtammm  OVER 05 YEARS'  PCRIKNCE  GUY   LOWENBERG  -ONHUl/TINO   ICNOiNicrcit  'J RESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOrlEI/D  Kiro. Life -Mid  Accident   Ti'Bnrntioe  I  r>  HMAL KSTATI5.  A  IT  .'"to  r> /  Tram: Marks  _.       DeOIQNQ  OoPvntOHTo 4c.  Jltirmm lonitlpff ft*knt������li mid dcmorltillnn mui"  nulnlilj -u-nortulii niir opinion few wlioUior an  hivonllon In prolmlily i.Ainiiiniitn, f<inm , - *  "������������������".jl-oo?*^  ���������Mil,  J  i.Atmit.nliJn, 'fin  . . ���������.     ���������.ml. IIANOflOOK f���������. ���������������  iMii, froo. oirtont nnonnr foj-ioourTjijfjintontii.  1'iiii'iiK iniion tlirnnuh Munn A co. rooolr*  ���������������ii-r><'������" Tin'lr" -**,iniOH'(. '���������ii-xr^c, l^lLi  Scientific Jliiiericatn  S. Imwlni.mi'ljr IlliimriitMl w-rpldy. rti'i-.t ������it>  ninailun nt uny hi-Iuiiii-io Jonnn.1. 'I... i ior  (.'unnilfi, 8ii,7(i k yuur, i,oi.ini.-ii tnupiilil, Nui4 liy  ill iuuviirl,,iii������r������.  Ml INN 9. f!n ani������roimwi**j Wnn \tn*b  "iitmwit 6hiw7&ai V Bt, WMWuiii'iH. iiMi*% -    ��������� fi-'\,r  J"**1  If MM   SSS69T-S-I   WSEVXXM,   ^S__B^[JR, -9- ������*   ^  i~    -i -   -���������-���������������������������   ���������"*n i " '"  ���������~~-*"**���������^^^^������������������*^���������t    ���������������������������__*t   t;      n t ���������-__*"      ���������  -"Ti**** -ii  _ ^>fr*fi_-  " --GET YOUR  Plumbing, Tinning and  General Repair  Done by  iiI__L  vv   ���������  ���������  -.  *TY.i l 1 III *__*_/  The satisfaction of work well 'done  '- rf>u V2*  i long after the price is forgotten.  It   UVIH1V  Limited  CRESTON  O  ���������.���������JUL  wi  B.C.  Head Offices  GANGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Dealers in<  EAT  ;  Wholesale and Retail  -. -ftT"a_w*nr-*  ,**U  ^^>,  SHED   FOR  MILK CANS.    .    ]  Of   Groat    Benefit ' In    Shipping    and j  kMrSuv. i I  .It is a great convenience to have  milk cans, on a level with the wagon  .which Is to draw them .to the fac-1  * tory, and it is a good plan a'so to  have the platform covered by a shed.  This Ss' especially useful in .rough  weather and during tbe winter.  Ther illustration *jbows s. shed which  has proved popular in many dairy sec-  1  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  and Oysters  in Season  '  '.,?~*.v~ijJ , rhc: : . "*��������� r   ,,  "tyrtii Riflht 'Care The*/ May Be Siflaoe  * Vefy Profitable.    *  A subscriber of the Iowa Homestead  whose attitude Is favorable to the  practice "of raising fall pigs writes as  follows:  I find that X make as much money  from my fall litters as I do from the  spring litters, and now is the time of  year to be thinking of thei fall litters,  vows must be bred early enough In the  summer so tbat tbey will not go into  winter before the pigs are farrowed.;  XSTt-^*-A.~a ���������**������-= =5_������.-.--aiJ   inof-rA +t������_h, ao-V-i-h s>qW-  vv ���������7iiir**?J   termer*  r>niiijyu   uavo   ___-.������*  m*-**^  *������������*_,^7  *s fall pigs, of course, bnt they, do ao!  have tbe advantage of the,fall pasture  or forage as do earlier pigs. Owing to  this _ do not think .winter pigs ore as  profitable to raise as are spring, summer oi fall pigs.  The greatest disadvantage I have  ever found to fall or winter pigs is  tho quarters. Pigs of any age do not  do well if compelled to sleep In a  straw pile, out of doors or in a muddy  shed or damp bed. These conditions  .are  especially  detrimental to  young  8HKD TO TPBOTECT 23XZ-C -CANS.  tions of Canada. Tbe door is not essential, but is, very useful in keeping  out flies during tbe summer. It is  built of light material covered with  wire cloth and bung on spring hinges  so as to close itself.  A building of this kind complete will  cost only" a trifle compared with :its  ' value and, if ; painted,  will  last for  many years.���������-Iowa Homestead.  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  Heavy Horses Pay Well.  The breeding; of heavy draft horse* j  is always profitable? and it greatly  adds to the farmer's income. Small,  scrubby horses are not wanted, ami  tbo snares "for brsediu*0-" should be large  and well built* The demand is for a  draft horse of not less than 1,500  pounds. Size in a draft horse is necessary.���������Rural Farmer.  INTERNAL  POULTRY PARASITES,!  I   Poultry sure have tbelr troubles, for j  I they not only bave lice,  mites, '"fleas :  -and ticks crawling, biting und scratch  Ing their exterior,  but their' interior  3s oft the  habitat of  round worms,  flukes, tapeworms and thorn beaded  -worms.    These  are  found  encysted,  crawling, hanging, floating or In wiggling masses in the esophagus, crop,  .proventriculus (stomach), gizzard,- ln-  'testines,-caeca and mesentery.  ,   The shortest worm ia the Echino-  cotyle rosseteri  (one-sixteenth of an  Inch long, one one-hundredth of an inch  wide), and the'longest is tbe Davalnea  r   i *>���������'���������T  ' K3J5S1  ��������� * f j i  ,"_S___r__?     ������������������ *-���������' ���������������������������_<���������������    sa t  k     I    ia pa 0T    t*       n S3       S   __���������  >   .', f"&f?/f?-r''*-i.-y'&  S'y   { '   /���������,'   v*/w* i.   ���������  f������Z$$f?fti?t  GIVE THS PIG  ���������gssss.  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  ORCHARD  AND  GARDEN.  | ^Ssr������ ^y������������. *y Msno Jsy j  * waawiiiiiS    StSS     _l__^_?_*#  tlo yoar Tuning*  *' J.A.P.- CROMPTON  CRESTON,       B. C.  WORK GUARANTEED. ALL  DROP A  POSTAL AMD  I'LL OALL  Orders for fruit trees should be placed early to insure choice stock and  prompt shipment Nurserymen always  appreciate early orders and give tbe  best of service  Remember that plants from which  seeds are to be selected must be thrifty, free from diseases and insects and.  tbe seed well matured. Make no mistake in tbese matters.  Now Is a good time to destroy peacb'  borers. Look for them on the trunks  of the trees, at the surface of the' soil  or Just below ^the surface. Wax is a'  good; indication of these insects? Cut'  them out with a knife.    YY ??   ?  Do not forget that good seed Is a.  very important part of successful gardening. If you have any that are good  save them x if not bu*3* from reliable  seedmen and breed up the varieties.  You cannot afford to plant poor seed.  11  pigs. 'Hogs, and especially young ones,  do not do so well wben*tbey sleep on  the ground as when they sleep on *������  dry floor, or at least this has always  been my experience.  I prefer my floors not more than _lx  inches from the ground, as when they  are higher they may be too cold when  ��������� the weather is extremely cold.r  'Of coiirse floors.cost money? but they  ! soon make it back in extra gains in  ���������the pigs' weight The quarters of  ? small hogs should ' be separate from  } those of the big hogs, for pigs neve*  do so well when permitted to sleep in  ' a heap with large ones. /  To be sure, there is usually some had.  weather In the fall? but we usiially  ���������* have, it as bad and worse in the early  THm   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSiENT  OOMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  r������_T BEST AND MO  PO  THOE  Run  on strictly   up-to-date  * ���������* *���������  lines.    Unexcelled seivice iu  all    deparinients.       Kitchen  staff;   (including     cook)    ail  white ladies.    Every   comfort  and attention given to guests  The  bar   is s upplied with  '        ������������������ r  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  m Aw hiER^jN,  *BO______"  MANAGER  ___BE3_B__a___  spring.   In the fall, between showers  Photo by C. M. Barnitz.  A BUNCH OV BOUND WOBMS.  crassula (eight to sixteen inches long  and one-sixth of an inch wide).  . Five hundred and fifty-two of these  worms were found in a single pigeon,  and 12,000 eggs were found in the excrement voided by a pigeon in a single day.  Flukes seem to do no harm, but.the  ���������others cause digestive disturbances,  bore i channels in the tissue, rob the  fowl of the nutritive juices of food,  cause, fits, become so numerous as to  block the organs and gradually worry  the fowl to death or their burrowing  so" weakens tissue and organs as to  'bring sudden death.  , The Trichosonia contortum, a round  ���������Worm,: is often so numerous In the  aesophagus of Pekin ducks that food  '-anhot pass, and they choke todeath.  j Thorn beaded worms seem restrict-  !ed to ducks and geese, while turkeys  and pigeons are most afflicted with  itapeworm. These pests are? mostly  ���������found where fowls drink from filthy  ^���������^'^^���������-������^^-*^^"-5|^^l7-^i^   ^^^^^'^^^^2^-.  ^pf'0*'*m"0at.&-������tf+2'0*'0*'00'*-*m..'*m..>m..      ' *4'0*/' 0* . *t* ' lp'0* %S5*7S-TS" 5?->\  m  to  to  ^i  9 *���������'  to-  to  w  to  to  to  .������_  ������v*������  to  to  to  We, have placed in our  windows  to  some wonderful bargains FOR CASH to  Window cHp* t is   priced at 25c  each article and Window No* 2 at 50c  to each article*  .At.  i__X___f  rAMA!>T ti T^T    Ti A XT1Z  V'-ra.l^jrSLJL^JB.-TSL-L^      ___9_7X.X^!JLa:  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,00C  MONEY   ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient am  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums of money.    These Orders  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yuko  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued ta  .the following* rates: .������������������������������������'?.  $5 ana under .....***.....,,  Over     B and wot exceeding H510   "     10       " " 30   "     30       " ���������"���������* 50   ? the ;^*]_������rnE^^fimi^^^'fC_fi;' ~wi_f  ?, such green feeds as he likes if they  have been provided.   If they have not j  been provided ^he.^runs.,,out ...in^j    "  lot, ?squeals, do3s?not7,gnm,7iindi^^  lisudUy the cry ^Y^Fall?pigsS4<h  pay." ''Y??? r Y-?''??" ? ���������  While the pigs are on. the?peaBr<asi������*'  rape plow up "their winter lpte:andi'sc<*|  irye.; '    .  This will be a good, rich soil for rye,  and it will grow rapidly and very rank.  It will not take a very large' lot or a  few? small ones to afford plenty,.of  "pasture all winter and until, rape is  again ready ln the spring. This will  keep the pigs growing, if they have  good quarters. 'v  0 090Q9Q9*W9009it1i������e&������0*Q9a  |      FOR POULTRY SHIPPERS.  ���������   .  We cannot describe these bargains  ,���������J������   .'**'������������������ N -_    -     ���������  to here but Just look for yourself and be  to coribiheedm  n\  to  #���������ft  SB'S.  mm m  sttii  If*  to  to-  4fm  ���������-"fl  to  % Greston Oru2&Book Go  to  to -���������*.  ^ ���������  ���������   ^cx.s^.^0.^ .mm. mm. tm0.^f. mir.00r.fm^.isr .    mm .mm-.tsr .0x0.0^ .xmr .iS-.iBr *gr ������<^������������g.������?. fmj^m  '*������������-'Sr.'^������������������������������������������:��������� ������_���������������*. <s-*Br-������K*-<S.   ^T������>^*������^'i^<_:-,������f--^������SS''*S"'C.'^'S������r*'y  Phone 51  to  to  to  Greston  Hotel  3 cents  6     "  10     ������**  15     '**  8.8  &  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  r-kfaould be made by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  I?RAFTS and  MONE--  -ORDERS.   Iaaiied without delay at rrtB-tonabl** rates.  ���������C. vi. BKnnett. Acisng rviaiiafcer Creston Branch  ^&aeM^Q������������������&&&ee;^e-ie!.^  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Shipment of McLaugliu Sleighs and Cutters on Hand  TEAM   SLEIGHS  HarnesH, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand   ,*  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and Cutters COAI/FOR SALE  H. S. McGreath, Prop.  Phono 50 Sirdar Avonuo Bjx 14  ���������9^-&*3������49^^49)������,9i9r>������������HB������H3|9'^  -;::������������������-..-���������..���������������������������  ���������" ���������  ��������� ���������mm.mmmmm .ini, lii.r...     11     iii  . ��������� ii  ii mmmmmimmmmmmmmmmsimmmmmtl*mm*l*m0  Don't scald your poultry.  :, Don't   ship   uidess   properly  cOoled."'^ . ������������������' 'ti..:;. 7  'Don't kill fowls right out of  the field ojc barn yard.  Don't tail to keep them penned  up at least three: days.  'Don't ship to market without  KJe (except In extreme cold  weather).  Don't ship poor stock.  1 Don't expect more than market price.  Don't >��������� feed the night before  kllUhg. - ��������� '  Don't fall to feed cornmcal  while fattening.  Don't fall to write your dealer  for shipping tags.  Don't fall to deal with responsible firms.���������Farm Journal.  Photo by C. M. Barnlta.  THKOWINO A BTT.  pools and eat on ground poisoned .with  filth, and scratch in droppings ahd manure pliea  The fowls lose appetite, become emaciated, doll, quit? foraging, havei iflts,  stiff [joints, diarrhea, and worms, and  blood appears in droppings.  As a remedy remove all droppings  and .disinfect thoroughly. \ Quarantine  victims. Feed mash fraigrant i' with  garlic or turpentine. One to th-fee tea-  Bpoonfula turpentine, acicerdlngi-to age  of fowl, and equal parts" olive o&f.passed to crop ,-Oitpugh tu^o ,te flne; and  does quick work?  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� ��������� **������  f     There ls gold In manure, but ���������  ��������� you can't collect it while it lies ������  ������ Iu the barn lot. <��������� ~  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������eeeeeoeeeeeee  The Leading  Hotel of We  Fruit    Belt  OU will make no mistake  when you cet off the train  if ypusign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  situdy the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  J. B. Moran  Prop.  , Market the Waste.  Many Items on tho farm, such an  cull fruit, Bmall potatoes, wastes from  the kitchen and other things which  will not sell, find a a good market  through the hog.���������Farm and Fireside.  I:  ���������j]  i  _H__F���������  ���������L___l_n___ I  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  OiilHOinfnliig,l*ilntiiiiJr. Ptpjr-lii-.iJflnJC    Clai'i'iagcoiidlI iu;ii"  Lt������i. nm K'*"' >'*-*:* ii'������vlC" ���������������������������������'��������� ccthnatcn or. youv wor!-!. *   A11   v:ovV. s%\������.v  atiteed to give satisfaction.  j^MHMBM^*HMMMM>ll-*MHNMMMNWM1M|^^  ���������   , - ���������   ���������.iww^-1   ���������_.II...I ���������,.,���������������������������������������������_���������������. -3, i w.i.yi>n,w..i-........ ��������� ...i*iW_i   .ii ii m ...i.i n-wi��������� ii ���������i.M _���������!_��������� wm.1������������������������������������<���������  11   i  Har> v   Leonard  k.#4 *���������  Alrl  ^f . ^x  j^������f ....  o:.-i,..   a ..m.  *.J**\J^0   UU    v,.lXX*xixx    m.m.'m.t  VOU WILL������AVE MONEY BYOETTINQ MY ESTIMATKS  T*>���������1,  "^ 4- f. ..y.  nsamampmmmmmm>m  aaam  1  , THE HUM OFJHE HIVE.  Son tlmt all colonies havo queens be  foro it ls too lato.  It tbo bees aro to bo wintered outdoors uso chaff or double walled hives,  A hlvo of bees will supply all tho  honey the fumlly needs and, besides,  pollonbxo; tho fruit. Nothing payB bettor in a small wny.  A? queen bco lives from two to five  y'tJiry, workers from forty-five ilnyn to  ilx; months, .'and drones seldom more  than flvo weeks.  There  scorns  to  ho < abundant evl*  'donco that tho lthllan bees do work  moro upon rod clover than tho black  bees, and therefore that thoy do have  longer tongues.  If bees aro to lio wintered iu cellar  put soveral pld'ccn of carpet or similar  material ovor brood frames. No cover  Ui needed. Llptht should bo orcluded  from collar. Dump cellaro con Imi kept  dry by aid or lime. Aa oil lamp will  provide hoot if needed uud a window  ' *;v; -/t. ; ���������*! '... !!:. :---.--'������r.r/-a-lll biitu  nl- n������f������*-|lotlnn tn rcdiico a hlnh t**m������  pcrat-ix'i. *  _H*������_W^������ 00 .00 * 00 . 00 * 00* 00* 00 * 00*00 * 00 *y*K.* >*^������***^������ ���������**WK������ **ifc ������>i*������ "���������^g������ ������>���������>��������������������� "Bit,    '"^ * ���������>l*>k'������W     _  i^ _a*",-^_te'^_te4^_v^_������'3__^^_������'3_^4__>'5_������>'4__������''**fl_'-������     4*a&'ga^^a0 0������0i&*iaBai*aa*'^a000a**a&'*aa**a&*^b������ i;  ^.Cc^-r������^'^������>S������^*^'^������^r������,^*>>^*>*������*.      *00*0*'00-00>00'00'00*00f"00 aa^'0f^mjjAm  * Send Your Wants to Us  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  Commercial   and  vii  iii  ii  ii  vii  ' v  vi>  vi't  iht  -<  .<m,y00  vi,  .'V.  w  \b  Job  mmama^amaaaimaam  Rrino* in Your Order? to the  CRESTON REVIEW  . __��������������� ���������__���������. ������^__s * ___  i*s*s *au*^*a* 0*w*  , ^8ff^k 9 ^^^^a  ***** . '***>*. ��������� ^?!_l. ''"���������H ��������� ���������***K ��������� ^���������*ii * <*>,*i* *'**��������� -.  00 ' 00 * 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00 ' 00 ' 00* 00 '  ii  i,  ii  ii  kl  il  vii  kl  kl  ii  m\,  w  1/  h  ���������m*i:.  a .-sa ^A���������te^���������^T^^���������^1-__-^l^lj^^l^f|^,���������"-y-fTTT--''^-'*'   ""--���������������- "-'tiZ*^ti.- ���������  -*-&yr .J^TTtti  /rite cM-SBtoft fti-VraW,   tifefesfeQ-i.  tt: tt.  i, i. i.W,:'_ > Ih 7  ;������'^-**fv*fc. ������*>^^fc.?w^^  jjiiw'__;-ri^  Comprising 125 Acres  GRANDFOKKS, B. C.  ti&%mi8^BLaEm    Mi _Je __������___: *_2P  PeachoB  QheB*e*le&  irnifi-nrn  ibb  Cellared���������Roots in earth,rib danger of winter killing  ������  We can hold your trade."  Established !_���������_?? by the HO*j: MAST!!! SURR--L  _.._.������  ^ Minister of Agriculture" "~  ALL, STOCK. DELIVERED TO YOUR RANOH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, S. C.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Services for Church of England for  Sunday Feb. 15th as follows: Creston:  11 a.m. Sunday Suhool, 7 p.m. Evensong  and Address. Eriokson : 3 pm; Evensong and Address. 'Sirdar: Tuesday 8  p.m. Evensong and Address.  Don't forget the Concert and Danes  in the Mercantile Haii on Tuesday 24th.  February. Commencing 8:30 p.m. in  aid of the New Building Fund. A first  class time assured.   Admission 50 cents  H ( T.ckets now ou sale at the  Drag stove.  J. B.  Winlaw left for  on business.  Nelson  today  Jf JF ������t  mercamti  Two horses for 9ale, broken *o ride or  drive, weight about 850 and 950 pounds  Apply A. Mirabelli.  ��������� r  Now Is Your Chance. /  To procure the very article you want at a  very substantialreduction^^:-^^^^^; : ,?  We still have a few lines which we offer as follows:  Men's Sweaters, Regular $2,7S^ riowv  Men's Mackinaw Coats, regular $5,50  Men's Hewson Tweed Pants $3.75  4MB  ss  MERGi  ������  1  r a.    1  jm,imiiea  We have been handed the list of the  books iu the library, recently changed  iu the next)  ���������nd win  jrurruou   l/JJO   CMtlliU  II  I  hould See Our  Line of  i  i  Guaranteed  ���������r^^*8j^ Ot ���������  ������>uits  Hade by Reliable Tailors and priced all the  way from  M isi Vesta Saiith returned yesterday  from Sand Point. Idaho, where she I1119  been visiting for a short time.  The Rev. James H. White D. D.  Superintendent of Methodist Missions  in the British ColumbJa conference will  preach in tbe Methodist church Sunday  evening at 7:30 o.ru. Tou are invited  to lie with us,  ��������� Send for onr prioes on furniture, we  pay the freight.    O  G S.  O.C. S.. 3IGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  Church Notices  ���������  METHODIST CHURCH  Publio Worship, 10 ;S0 and 7:80 P. M..  Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible OIobb  11:30 A.M"    '   .     "     "  Come and you will be made welcome  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor      \  (t)nnl-l������n*_   fMm, ���������������_ mm.  1 \  --��������������������������� ������������������~   ���������������_   m. m.f,m   +.J  the whole population to get a fair conception, but with one section of the  population and a small one at that,  who were villanously and poiaonously j  opposed to the miners. And after  talking to this partisan section he returned and sentenced these mere boys  .and men to from three months to two  \ ed wheii ic uesia -oyed that boy.  "I asked for the stunned mother and  father no sympathy from this house.  They will carry their agony to their  grave. I shall v not say much more,  because words here but mock their  troubles. But this I shall say: that  the root of all this sorrow and this  suffering will be found in the incompetency, inactivity, callous iand domineering methods  of the government in  1 vr������&*,������ a*t���������  CHURCH  at  XI a. *_.  Th*?-*  reston  8���������98 3 SilLOU  i FRUIT TREE5!  * AND ORNAHENTALS ���������  Coldstream Estate Nurseries i  VERNON, B. C.  0      All our trees are -lorne Grown and guaranteed true  *���������# to name.    We carry  all the  leading  varieties  most  ��������� suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  ^T on three-year-old whole roots,  ^       All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  t  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  ���������  *^7  ���������r������_  Bring in Your Kenewai of  Subscription to the  PRESBYTERIAN  Service every Sund  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2-3Q p. m.  Adults Bible Olase meets every Thurs  day evening.  W. G. Blake  *W_ _v to _������**������  REVIEW  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 10:30  Benediotoin 8;30        '     '  Every first Sunday of the month.  Father John O. M. I.    .  Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30  ^fxx.j    jcnwauicu   its tivs  \n,nAMm\fm. *-\.i���������   ~:j���������������j-*���������������  ���������'-���������������*-~������a������*^    IIXXXS0      Ol yuaVIUX*  uuui true "jog-  severity by the limits ofthe criminal  code. I a.m sorry the attorney-general  ia not here to bear what I ofey, but  nevertheless I must say it. -f f;  "I arm reliably informed that if the  diet iand other conditions under which  these men are maintained in jail are j ^^ his "seafc flna Mr  looking into, they wiii show us that} dressed him  the vitality of these men is fteing low-  ered.   I have to tell you something,  gentlemen.   I hope you believe me.   I  don't fool in. dealing with the miners  of mr constituency, nor do they fooi  in dealing with me.   I am not fooling  when I tell you I have received from  these 23e_ in jail this izaassagB corni_g }  from their agony: "Por God's sake try  and make some arrangements to get  us sufficient  to eat, even  of the stuff  ���������m  Buy  It Because  It's a Better Car  ?;I  s  Model T  Touring Car  l. o. h.   FORD  ���������*S--_g-*_������-S-<--(������'-������iS_-^^Si---<_������  Ok >   .        _n  Creston Valley Investment Co*  ������5  Riijm. Estate and Insurance  King Goorgo Hotol Block,   4th.  Street,   CRESTON,  B. O.  THE XjAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE,  Now   is   lhe  Creston   Land,  time   to  get   busy   and   purchase  belore   the  rush   lo  the  ���������* %Bm      O.      SPife^S  | LIVERY AND TRANSFER  Z Wood for Sale Phone 85  ���������  "Wonderful Creston Valley"  which is rapidly coining to the front  and proving  to  be   the   Banner   District   of  British   Columbia.  We  have  listed   for sale  Choice  Lots  BUSINESS AND  RESIDENTIAL  Improved Ranches and partly improved from,  10 to 20 Acre Blocks. Wild land ajoining a-  settiemeut in  Blocks of from 5 to 3550 Acres.  For  full   information   and   particulars  Write   or  call   ou   thc  CRESTON VALLEY INVESTMENT CO,  "Not only, are these men ill fed, but  in addition they are doped. They are  vitally weakened and an easy prey to  disease and this is what has happened  to this mere boy from Ladysmsth,  Joseph Mairs, who is dead in aco_-_-o*_  jail.  And how did he die? My information, and it is reliable 1 believe impli-  city, is that he was ill a week before he  died. His patents were xtoi even notified of his condition. When the boy  died there was no loving hand upon  his brow, uo hand or voice of parents  or even friends in his last hour," and  here the voice of Mr. Williams choked  completely, "but the last voice lie  as he passed away was that of the cold  brutal warden who was  his guardian.  "A child once asked a famous sculptor who stood before a block of marble, what he would hew out of it. The  sculptor replied, 'There is in that marble, man, deyil, or angel, I must get  what I can. There is all the goodness  or All the evil that can be."  . "So it waa," said Mr. Williams to a  solemnly hushed assembly, "with that  boy. In that hoy which the government so crushed wero all the possibilities of good which are in any man.  That Is what the government dostroy-  inning. I can. say no more. Mairs'  parents must bc-ar their cross in silence  to their graves. To appeal to you is  to rmocfc their sjj'ief." __  It was the mofet dramatic indictment  heard in-the house for years. ,  Attorney-Genera.! Bowser had. just  Williams. ad-  "���������One boy is gone. The  Another is going, and I shall be pleas-?  edto snpply the attorney-general his  naine. Mairs is dead. This other is  not. Something can be done for hint.  This young of 25 is one of the finest  young men who ever came here from  Scotland, that Scotland has ever given  to British Columbia. If the attorney-  general or the premier will take action  I can supply evidence from even conservatives that he is incapable of the  offense for which he suffers. Whed I  saw bim before Judge Ho way in Na-  naixno in August he was a wreck;  when I saw him in;; December at New  Westminster he was a wreck. Surely  Boniething cah he done  ���������'I quite understand that this subject  is one for Ottawa. But I know enough  of the workings of this and the Dom^  inion Conservatives to know they are'  as closely linked in their actions as***  thieves at a country fair. Surely  something can be done before he too-  goes the way of Joseph Mairs."  It was tbe most dramatic appeal so  far made for justice, impartial and  reasonable, for the miners of Vancouver Island. Mr. Williams-chocked as he1  concluded. Recognizing the futility  of a human appeal for the miners, he  turned to other matters.���������"The Sun,"  Jan. 23,1914.  )TH  Accuracy  ���������and  Penetration  W>  T>,. .  XJll.\  ti'i^'      V��������� 'C">l_-i,  Xi.  r*  49S&&699SSfS9W99������Sfi^99&999&  0  "High Power01  Repeating  Riffle No.425  Lint Price $20.00  (.Vi ���������;*10-M-.*! far.il .25  .caliber*  (Um IUiaJiujUhi AubkLnullnv  C������rttUu������_  A Big Game Rifle that  ) Makes Good.,,  Sure Fire Nelhilli* Noj������u*M  Ordt-tomywtftt-JiWn'i ���������  (Otnd for Umviw*������H*ly !'|i_lrat������4 I  .MlfWCftlnUMfNo. Uj  miR.Seatt*  CRANBROOK - B.C.  The  Funeral Director  1  1  Kg)* Sao* (km Mia who *4-*crtMK*s.  Our CtM-ifail W������a A4i will  place you or your mtetk ia llM^lim*.  light mi public atto-iofui  If you ltM*e mt tm>4-mmm, *i*ir  illuminAiinff pomier uritl nifpriie you..  fii.rn>iit tm itf 1*1. ia iMhMlv  Mt-s  ii  m


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