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 ���������SSL  -ma  Tf  - 3 *' $���������  " " J"'SSa������S������B5!WHMi*ffiWW  41 "P >k    f-^'c^^MI  , ^.������Al4  * *   -^V< ���������  w* J.* *-' JV."  *v  ALL THE NEWS I  of the CRESTON g  DISTRICT      I  IOC  Aii ^oadi Iri Host and W������5������t Keof etiay Leed to Crcaton  rvico 1a_/1n ivl:  -v .-  r-r -} ^-.Vijf  ,***>$&  ������������������ *;*������������''*&  SENT TO ANY ,  ADDRESS   FOB*  $2.00 A   YEAR  ���������������������,.������i?j.  No. 7, ,6th Year,  C,   FSt_DAY.   FEB. so  ���������.*ffWMW*lftfc������������������������������������������������JM i._r__���������i���������im,rn������,TT l| l|.IIM,ll__,  1914  Sincle Copies 5c  Creston Fruit Growers Union .Annual Meetina  TT T  Full RevodmmMext Week  __������__el������"*E8JB_t___~,-t_fe__ *���������--  #  P.BEQTR-i fiDPI EC !H  UHLUIUI1   HI I LLU  111  imnnr  niBii^i**  11 UUUI.  (From the World of February 6th)  nnniiifiiniai  rriuiiiibiNL  Nothing finer in Northern Spy apples  coald be by any stretch of imagination  4w%ir_ 4 tn *������������_j***!  vi������-������  w**^***���������**���������**  **|**  f*nn  A  men's of that variety which members of  the House and members of the press  gallery enjoyed yesterday, through the  courtesy of Mr. J. H. Schofield member  for Ymir, and the thoughtfulness of the  ^Creston Board of Trade, whioh sent two  boxes of apples to their representative  'This has become a recognized custom, on  the port of the Creston people since Mr.  [, \ Schofield bas been sitting in the Bouse  mt.o ->i���������^^;_��������� _-,���������*__ -_ __"_;���������i ...v ���������-���������  jxxxa f*c<*o*u|j uudiuiu ia toiicu couu jcor  by sending a different sort of apple, just  to prove that they can grow them all.  The extremely high color of the appIeB  was most striking:. So deep a red did  nearly every specimen show that many  oould not believe they were Northern  Spys ������** a. I. However,, the matter was  set at rest by examining the "original  package" they came in. The box,  whioh was in no way specially selected,  being merely a regular commercial package, and of the ordinary No. 1 grade,  was marked Northern Spy by the fruitgrower of the Oreston district.  Mr. Schofield's constituency covers a  wide extent of territory, reaching from  near Grand Forks, on the west, to the  summit beyond Kootenay Lake on the  east. It is in this East Kootenay section that Creston is located. In this  aiBtrict are 40,009 acres of fine high  land, suitable for'fruit growing,?  Much  ** < \  of it is now being brought Into cultivation r but there arenolarge companies."  Each owner is working his land himself  and as few, if any, of the original holdings exceeded 160 aores, subdivision has  proceeded very qnietly, though many of  the owners are selling off portions of  their land to new settlers who are-oon-  stantly coming in. ?'**  ti: In addition to the high land mentioned, there is ah area of low land on. the  east shores of the Kootenay Lake, qf  something like 27,000 aores, most of  which is capable of reolaimation, an������  when brought into production will be  found to be the richest; soil in the pro.  vince, says Mr. Schofield. Years' ago  there was a reclamation oompanv whioh  undertook to. make the necessary im  provomen.ts  to this  land,* bat  it  fell  down in coarse of time, and now a reserve haB been placed on che area. It  is expected that a plan for reclaiming  and placing this land on tbe market  will,be evolved ere long.  The frnit grown in tho Oreston distriot is ail of the high class shown by  the sample box with whioh 'Mr. Schofield regaled his yesterday. The extremely high color is a feature of every  variety. of apples grown there, and  another feature is chat they do not require irrigation. Small fruits are, receiving a great deal of attention at  Oreston, whieh is in a very favorable  position for reaohing the market in Alberta an a very few hours hy rail. The  demand is never met, which is also  true as to the apple crop, the growers  not being  able to fill one-tenth  of the  Older8 they COUld ftet. As uix iiiatanue  of what can be done, Mr. Schofield told  cf a. man at Creston who had gone into  the strawberry growing as a specialty,  and made a olose study of it. He applied the most up-to-date ideas to thehand-  ling and marketing of his crop, with  the result that one year hi? net returns  from four acres of strawberries were  over $4000.  In the Trail section of hia constituency, Mr. Schofield says the people are  going into frnit growing too, and making a success of it. One man has an  orohard, which is perhaps the largest  single plantation in British Coluinbia,  as it does, 15,000 trees.   On the Colum-  =#=  '���������w-M^jj  nAIRVUCU Mil) ( JlCIf  UnilllHILIV   HELL. flUit  iinrftiftATIlHi   tlfiiii  MflRP  nnh^^m  muni, uumi kiiiinsiuii  bia River below Trail, there ars also  successful orchard plantations, and towards Nakusp many settlements have  arisen, where the land is being cleared  and gradually, put,o_t in frnit trees,  >lV.~ i.i    . i ' ��������� I ������������������ i ��������� i   ^^w.^y^.w.  Wanted���������Rich prepared compost for  greenhouse. * Write' Box H, "Eriokson,  stating price. 6~7p  A Bazaar and*'The Feast of Nations'"  given under the auspices of the Ladies  Aid of the Presbyterian Chureh, will be  held in the Mercantile Hall on Thursday, March 12. Admission lOo. -.Oome  one. Come all!  Let ub do your printing for yoh:  Prides right and satisfaction guaranteed  The Creston Review.  The    ladies    of   the  Presbyterian  church held a  talent tea  last  Friday  ) ! ���������*'..���������  at the home of Mrs. W. K. Brown.  In the contest Mrs. J. Cherrington  captured the prize. A neat sum was  realized.  '''''."*&������������������?<!:&���������-!&  wmmsmmx  V*!*  *W.;.':''  7*Y  CHILLIWAOK, Feb. 0.���������Tbe second  day of the eighth annual convention  of the B. O. Dairymen's Association  was marked by a heated discussion df  the inadeauency of the compensation  paid to dssrvmen whose cows bs& elar>.g'h>  tered after reacting under t,b������ govern**  ment tubercnlin test. The present rate  provides fpi* a i-uxL_ium ot $50. After  a'disoussion lasting almost' the entire  afternoon, during which nearly all the  dairymenexpressed themselves ft& faVor?.  ing an increase,, the followingresohuion  was put to the meeting and passed:  "That the government he urged to  continue the work of testing dairy aa^tg  for tuoeroulin germs, and the valuation  of grade cattle be fixed at $i.S9 s_d  pnre-bred cattle at -$2E0, t*jyc-thirds ot  this valbation to be paid as cdmpebsa-  tioh."  The feeling of themeeting was strongly in favor of the continuance of the  --������ ���������*������  work so well began. Mr. Thos. &ang,  of Eburne, raised the question of hnfair  testing. He declared that a certain  farm near his own, where there was a  large herd, was passed over by the inspectors. He purchased cattle from  thislierd and immediately was forced  to have them undergo the teBt, thereby  loci-g a considerable uSiii of _loufty, nei  the oattle reacted .under the test.  It is estimated that their between 25,  000 and 30,000 oows in the province.  Inspectors uud that in the cities and  &heh*v.vioimties tbe percentage reacting  under .the tuberculin  test,is  in   the  * \   - . .. vT f.  nei^hti-rhood of o j������r _sat; -wisHslathe  more _iflto_.t forming communities, the  m/**%-mm***k'wm+m������**A        ia   **_r_#"      n������**jj-H        WjC        **������_h_>       _!<____���������  |IUI.V������J-IIMW|-)W ***  ������������-r������������       imir V wa -~/i& a*^*~ ^S^S"Z,i  Some of the dairymen hn_e gone to the  length of saying that, in the interests  of good dairying, they wonld rather  have their cattle tested and the diseased  ones'killed without any compensation,  than have the work discontinued.  Olrhoers for the year were elected as  -follows: ��������� ������������������ -.'.  "honorary president���������A. O. Wells,  Siu-ilis   ,  President--Job. Thompson, Sordis.  Vice-President--Wm? Dunoan, Sand-  wiojif;  I)irector8���������P. Owens, Salmon Arm;  W.i Townsend, Armstrong; J. 1&.  Steeves, Steveatoa; P. H. Mooro, Agns-  |siz;J. W. Berry, Lungley: F. J titiis  bop, Dunoon; O. 8. Harris, Moresby  Island; and Wm,   Pattorsop,  KoksHah  SOUSEHES SN  /  amiiniii -FKinu  nni������%#n_. mbuuiun  T_7  rurggitoiBJi nuic*f*w&������f.n������^rr  { At the annual meeting of the Conservative Association held in Mercantile  llall on Saturday evening the following  bfficers were elected: President, E.  -tallandaine: Vice-Pres. W: Be Wet son;  ^ssy-Tr^s, ������ssy Xsweaburg.  "��������� The Association reorganized and  Started a new roll whioh was given a  very satisfactory start.  ���������j The annual meeting was ohanged t������  6he first port of December.  [The executive committee waa authorised to submit an outline of bye-laws  r^r the Association.  jJC. Mallandaine, delegate* to Victoria,  ���������fiabmitted his report which was ap-  j^auded.  A   mr.,^0. 0.������   f.f.^......^X   Jq.Iaw    ^^/.r.        ...^Xf...  A Vuw ui.  vnj>u|$kCMiuwt<jOii   fl ao     e.uau-  dbd to O. O. Rodgers on his election to  the presidency of the Mountain Lumbermen's association and also to E. Mai  ldndaine on his election as a director of  tho British Columbia Agricultural and  Industrial society. Both gentlemen  responded gTacefully, pledging their  stfpporfc to their respective assooiations.  Coming���������-Dr. Kilburger, Eyesight  9peeialist,\ representing Tori������ Optical  Oo. of VftncoRVer, will he in the Kine  George Hotel on Maroh 4th and 5th see  uubiuo On ynjjgp 5.  M. McCarthy left for Cranhrook yesterday.  Mrs. C. C. French and Mrs. Knight  boarded the eastbound yesterday their,  deitin^taow b_hwJ-_������6fcone, Idaho.    -  E. Barr&clough has rented the City  jctthkVf uuti vSpeOirs to  uitCe pOeBeaaioij  in a few days.  C. O. Uodgers leftfor Calgary yester  day tin a business trip.   He expects to  return Sunday.  T  _.  I  NftBiF  (From The Daily News)  Five weeks after he left Oreston after  securing $5.50 from S. A. Speers on a  document which is alleged to have been  rorget .Edward Payette was passing  through on a train bound eastward and  poked out his head io take a last look at  th > town. He was nabbed by Provin-  cialCoustable W. C. Forrester, who  last night brought him to the Nelson  provincial jail, where he has been committed to await trail on a charge of uttering'a forget   document.  Payette, it is .said, crossed the continent from Montreal by tha hobo PuHmati  route and landed in Creston short of  funds. He was giving food and lodging  for a day or two by Joe Tebeau, a well-  khown rancher. The acensed man is  said to have later forget Mr. Tebeah's  name to an order on Mr. Speers for  $k.K0f after hayin"* secured ***1.50 from  bis benefactor with which to purchase  a shirt. He left Creston for Nelson  and other points in this districk returning on the train a couple of days ago,  when he was picked up by . Constable  Forrester.  ic/it ciinncce  iLni uuu?  iUULUU  The At Home of the Knights of  Pythias held on Monday evening was a  very great success from every standpoint. In point of numbers there were  as many people present as the hall  wonld comfortably accomodate and  everybody came determined to have a  good time and to see that everyone  else had,  At 8:30 the whist drive began and  continued until about 11. Mrs. E. Mallandaine, captured the first prize for  the ladies and A. Lindley for the gentlemen while the booby prizes went to  Mrs,. Telford and E. Sparks.  Roy Telford as floor manager announced the dancing and the floor was qnick-  iy cleared.  Refreshments were served at mid-*  night after which dancing was resumed  and continued until after 3 o'clock.  George Young presided at the piano  and was assisted by Mr. Robarge of tbe  Canyon City Lumber Co.'s stafi.  The case of the Indian arrested for  shooting game out of season was postponed for a week.   '  Keep Tuesday March 17th an open  date. The Irishmen are going to invite you to their celebration of St.  Patrick's Day.  .ft. _  - I*-r-ftM*-   2%  Cairns, who !_*= __������������t,i������F,oj-  ed _tthe Canyon Oity Mill for some  time left for Fernie yesterday.  The Review has a complete stock of  paper on hand and is always in readiness to do your printing for you on  short notice.  On Tnesday   February  24th  a  first  class entertainment  will  be given by  ���������i������������������.   ojijfjg*, Christ, Church of England in aid  Game warden Bedford with a heavy  pack but a light conscience boarded  the Westbound train tpday on his way  home to Proctor.  I-'^^S-5^M/^^f2S3^iiS'r>':-!l-  I'&'S'-M'.*^  ^^^ffi^^^WlfM?������.;'.1^vf^;-.  &fc'#^:^ ���������'������������������   ��������� - i    ������������������' ��������� ������������������������������������':���������'  W:''yV;':';..'Viv^'::^1!*^^..'������������������'.'.���������Nv*:. * ;'.o.'*:'.'|k'*.: :::'.'*'' .'���������������������������':*������������\.': ������������������ ������������������ ���������      **' *. \    ���������  ^P^I|lI?YfelS  ;m  '���������$*  ������''*'?>  i&6*  '.tihttiUM  k:  mM*4mmltm*'itMm^l*^  The Oreston board of trade exhibited  good judgement by sending a box of  Noitborn Spy npples to Jim Sohoflord,  thei* member at Viotori������<, Jim iiaimrnl-  ly 6nid to his fellow members In the  legislature,' "have au applet" and now  all the members aro boosting for Ons-  trin.���������-Phoenix Pioneor.  poo, Brodorick and E.> Olaon were  dologatoB to the Grand Orango Lodge  hi Nelson thiB woolc.  On Saturday lant the iuquost was hold  on the body of Anton Strdhio the man  vvhp committed ualoido lu Wluluw'ti  camp tho day boforo. The evidence  proved thut doci-iised oamo to his death  by his own hand while temporarily  incauo. , ���������'<    .      .  E. O. Gibbs was out on the street for  ii short time today. Teddy has had  quite a time of it but hopes to^beabout  ���������igiiin in a, few days.  of the new building fund? At the close  of the performancea dance will be held.  TioketB .for both entertainment and  danoe will be fit the popular prioe of 50  cents.  Services in the Church of England  for Sunday February 22nd will be as  follows: 11 a.m. Sunday School; 7:30 p.  m. Evensong and address by Rev. E.  Bull. Kindly take notice that Evensong will commence st 7:30 .in future.  Don't forget the entertainment and  dance given in aid of the Building  Fund on Tuesday evening, February  34th at 8:30 p= m, in Mercantile Hali.  Refreshments will be provided. Besides vocal and instrumental numbers  a farce comedy will he presented. A  very enjoyable- evening'B entertainment is assured. Admission 50c. Tick-  eit> uu 80.1*3 Bit. the j^rsg Store.  t The snow is certainly disappearing  these days and at the present rate will  have disappeared in a week except on  the hill tops.  If you are bothered with headaches,  squint or oross-eye, or if the glasses you  now wear are unsatisfactory, consult  with Dr. Kilburger, Specialist in King  George Hotel See ad on pagd ft.  There will boa mooting of the Liberal Association on Saturday evening  for the purpose of eleoting a delegate  tb go.to the convention at the coast.  Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Thurson have  opened out in the millinery and baking business In the store racohtly va*  cated by Miss Metcalfe. They an-  nnnnoo their opening day for Monday  Maroh 2nd, and will carry a lino of  Spring hats for ladies ahd children on  well as babies bonnets. They will  norvo af tornoon teas as woll as home  mode bread and cakes. Seo their nd  on page 4,  SPLENDID SPOUT WHICH IS GAINING IN POPULARITY  mmaamamiaaiamimiamiamaiam  Skiing ha.* also become vory popular in America. In many ot tho colder  sections of Lho country whore tho boti-Bioda*; ono timo bole! sway, you tlnd both  _Jd and joutng enjoying the thrilling exlilliirutiiig sport which is norapidly.  gaining in popiihirjty, Muiy Amei-icms havo become ������o -���������Xpert in tho art,  that they almont rival the Europeans,   Canuda too, ban contributed her quota  -r-Tlio O. O. S. of Oranbt-ook is,soiling  Iron Riidn with m-nttre-w nnd npf/nf* for    *  ���������.,;,.*      PLEASE NOTICE '  Tho Sooial at the Oanyon Oity sohool  houso, whloh wan to he held Fob. 14 will  bo'poHpoii'-d nntil Feb. 27, on account  0.0 *\,r.   "*,*r������������������r,v,������-.,.tr.    r������~n ..��������� n<i������������   **"1!  m.     ...v       ~~^.^.ti*^mm^, .XW       ^m....   m.m   m-   V. m       ^.....  Everybody la invited.  . Coining, uurly In March. Look om  for ua! A number of young people aro  [i^oparlng to put on a very flue Drama  In two acta by eleven characters. Ii  will he- interesting. Instructive and  funny. The prioe will be auch that  tho whole family can attend and have  u. wlioletfotuo enturtumu'eut. Watch  Next WeekH Paper.  ��������� Tho Orooton Fruit Growers   Union  arc in noBBlon this afternoon hut we  ���������hall have to with hold the  report till  the. noxt ianac.  JOE TINKER SIGNS WITH THE FEDERAL LEAGUE  This phonograph, tbo first to bo published, show Joe Tinker, the famous  shortstop putting his namo to tho contract which made him manager of tho Chi-  nnoo F^d^rfil Ti������������in������ir������ t-nnm mt t*   *������nlnvv of *RH OOO for  t^"*������>" ���������*������������������������������������)���������������      *������tmi... ������������  .. ������������������ ���������'       ' J ��������� ��������� ���������   * -.������*.������,        mixlx-xsix,  UUU W������|i-  lsflod smilo on tho faao of Oharlou   WoOghman, prlnoipal owner of tho olub, who  stands on I ho loft.  fnmUm ������������a* *������*-vV*IUIIW mn\*iri***tym  *0UU*tS*jt      Oirt,JJ,I,((       MJO AtrUIKJIIlt        ������J������  Pythias   attended    the   Presbyterian  ohuroh In * body.   Rov.  yV. G. Blake  For good clear ice    refer toipmohcdm gpJendid womon trom tho By the laws of organiKed  baseball Tinker is the property of the Brooklyn,  1irn   *Whii*h**A       A/fotnV    "W L. -*,./-*... .. .���������������,....���������������������   *������������r nw������*   olttb.   Him *J*iiM������rMou to a leairne onttide thefold Is oxmioted ti*������*nr,-*.*������H������*������  *>--���������..? .*������ *?...ii-_������ fi.*.������<���������.. ...**....,',.** ���������/ IbaaahkUWar.  **mi* m. V**.   .kliiVW   m*U\m fftmXS.S.i.'^XmmmmXlm'm tmrnmrn mm., ^w IW.WI vm-mmmmmmm n  I M*  i-'rS The Creston 9?erort3>  '"'* PnbiifiheS every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Pubiiflhing Company, Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  7.  oulatittg itihearljrbne'thOnBahd homes throughout, the Creston district and  , reaching out in a broad manner into, other commum:**������B. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay ond Boundary i. iters' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, ;fl, per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 cents per line in.succeeding weekis. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. .: OaT'colfinma are open to contributions dealing in matters oMocal in-  : terest and the welfare of the community.    Oantributions must be brief and  .  -signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  imi 'iV- Mi'Ttrfirw ctsU" Tir?T ���������  Editor and Manager  / The Bordeir Cabinet is composed of hard   workers���������men  who are earning the gratitude  of the country by devotion to  duty.   The members of   the  present Cabinet are practical  men.    Last     summer    Hon.  Frank Cochrane made a special survey trip to the Hudson's  Bay.   Hon. J. D. Hazen vist-  ed at first hand the   fisheries  of the Dominion, and Hon. L.  P. Pelletier   the   post offices  from East to West.   The result of the PostmasterGeneral's  work is evident   everywhere.  The post office system   never  was    better   organized,   and  never were postmasters from  coast to coast iu a more eon-  tented frame of mind.  "To the manner in which  Premier Borden presented the  Redistribution Bill in the  House of Commons yesterday  lULClUOUU IIU    CACCJJUUU   COU 111  be taken by the most sensa-  tive of hin political opponents.  The Pfi_fni'!!*rdt������i?itfi<?f'd n aw**  tion  which  is loaded  to  the  brim with possibilities for bitter controversy from a detach-'  ed   and   entirely    unbiassed;  point of view.   He has never;  appeared better in the role of  statesman.    An*7   one  listening to   the Premier's   speech  without other  knowledge of  his  Government or the men  who  comprise  it, could   not  help being impressed with the  idea that the present adminis  tratipn    wa.   founded   upon  high       principles.''���������Ottawa  "Free Press" (Lib.) Feb. n,  1914.    Parcels Post is destined to  be of great benefit to the producer aud the customer, in  that it eliminates the middleman.  This is the reason why the  twenty mile zone was adopted:  In almost every part of the  country u. city or town 01 considerable size will be taken in  by this method, thus enabling  tr****    i*%rrr\<cr avrl    nrndiir^r  in  that territory to sell his goods I  on the market at a low cost 1  for carriage. ���������'���������;'.  The farmer does not care  about the city" one hundred  miles away* and if the parcels,  post rate is fairly high for  such a distance it is no handicap to him. It is the closer  market which he wants, and  the low rate within the  twenty-mile zone gives this  to him.  Every important reform in  the national, machinery of a  country's business has its ber  ginning in the mind of one  man eager and desirous for  the welfare of the people, and  the inauguration of Parcels  Post is one such . striking example, Hon. Louis Philippe  Pelletier, Postmaster-General  in the Borden Cabinet, ' has  instituted Pared Post, not because he was forced by public  opinion, but by reason of a  strong desire to assist j the  people. Parcels Post is the  best piece of'Voluntary legisla-  tion that the Post Office Department has organized since  Confederation.  L. P.    Pelletier,    father   of  Parcels  Post, is  the leader of  ���������. .' .���������* ���������       ������������������ .  the French-Canadian  section  of the Conservative  party in  the House of Co.unious,  and  he is  following in   illustrious  footsteps.   There always have  been, in  every  cabinet {since  Confederation,    stroii-p*    men  from Quebec, to. whom the  business of government was a  science, and the art of politics  a delight. And, the ; golden  Cabinet is no exception to the  rule. Hon. Mr. Pelletier has  built up a reputation in the  House and out of it, which  has secured for him the^ad*-  miration alike of friend and  foe. This reputation is being  enhanced,; not by fitful spasms  of meteoric legislation, but by  dint of solid hard application  to business. ������?.,  LAND SETTLEMENT  Sir George Palsh, the edit-  or of the London Statist, and  one of the great financial authorities in the world has said  much in praise of Canada  since he spent some weeVs in  the East a few months ago;  In a very close analyses, of  our industries and our resources he gives advice which  seemingly is good. "The  machinery created to take  care of the production of Canada," he says, ''is sufficient; at  present to deal with at Aeafet  twice if not thrice the existing output."  Sir George states that Canada has now more extensive  means of transportation and  more facilities for production  iluiu .lie una products to handle. His advice is that any  further   financial   aid should  N^n  Land  -HatHct.   District  Take aotice that I. Qeo^eThompsoa  of Cieston, B. O. occupation. Ranohei-  intend to apply for' permission to  purohoiie lhe following described lands-4-  Commenoing at a post planted at  the South--East  Corner  of Lot 8973L  if..-.    ,    ���������-r . 1 ���������;,���������     ,    , ..-���������- ,:���������.,���������     i,v-   -.^ ..,...,���������       j   ������  Group ,1: Kootenay, Distriot,, thenoe>'  South 40 chains, thence Bsist 40 obaink,'  thence Korlh; 40 chain*, thence West'  40 ohains to the point of oommenoomeni?  and coutainiug 160 aores of land, mor&  or less.  GEORGE THOMPSON  Dated 2il'th. December, 1918..  l-0pdV  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIKTIG  LATIONS  promote production "until it.  overtakes the provided mar  chibery for handling and  marketing it." He advices  Canadians to spend .the bulk  of tlie British loaned capital  which they are aiming to get,  in securing settlers for their  agricultural lands and equipping them for prospeions citizenship thereon.  If the advice of Sir George  is taken all future loans will'  be < labelled "Land Settlement',*'���������The Province*.  Cool mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for ii torm of twenty .one years at  an annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more than 2,660 acre? will be leased to  one applioant.  Application for a lease must be made .  by.the applicant in person to' the Agent  or Sab-Agent of the distriot in which  the rights applied fbr aro situated.  In Borveyed territory the land must  bo described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Bach application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  hut not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall*  furnish tho Agent with sworn, returns  ������obountinR for the full quantity of lhor  ahantable ooal mined and pav the royalty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  are not being operated) suoh returns  should be furnished at least onco a yoar  ���������pie lease will inolude tho coal min*  log rights only, bnt tho lessee may ha  permitted to purchase whatever avail;  able -surface rights may be considered  neo-msary for tno working of tho mine  at the rate of $10 on aore.  For full information application should  be mndo to the Seoretary of the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Ageut of Dominion Lands  W. W. OOltY,  Deputy Minister of the Inter ior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this itdvortlsomont will not ho paid for.  -480000.  SUTTOWQ  ������JL-MM_4r      Jmaaaamaf   w/mammm^     9^>a^^0  for'KCMl,:&&# Co<������-lo^a*> ior  fltolid <* ucuremtoo of iraHtor  ���������     gikCjt^i'imii.tttiota.  i  ���������& mmmxJk .mxmxm.m Mmm. tt'm.mmm.* 4%mm m,  mmmm.x* *y,*0 mm   m<mmi   m.*0f0jr mmx*m*m  Sutton iSona.ThtKlnjg.- Soodmou  W*u|A\**$i W^-t^glmttJtfk  I  l..     ...... 1    1.   .  I _ W    H.JV.V*       uy  tu*. ijujiumiwu    10 , 1,  4l������ fart fit.   ,       ���������i*r������ran������Mlll������ftl*.  mmxm'-mmmxi0^t.*r> ���������>,*������i������i*i.������a.������>.������������u������> A. ������*..,>���������,>���������  OVER 6S VEAR8*  KXPCIBIIBNCE  Trade Marks  _    Desici-ns  OOpVNKkHTS AC  8jknrtmts������mAtng ��������� ���������tfAtnh nnd _l������Mrlptlnn m������**>  ulcUi*/ Moartaiii our oiilniun (t*mwunilier. aii  ivantlon \������ Vttmtai}ff,^raiibl!kmfiommuni'i!L'  ion* Mtrlotlf oanildwitfiil. HMNpHlJOK on l'ntoat������  |'ni-int������ ti������fi-������������ thvauffh Mtiiin ft tJo. wooir*  Minrfnl <rn������������|Ki  wlllton'' .vh������r������������_ ft* #l������*  Scientific Hmcilcnu.  iV "mDtlior  lllnitrnl-*<1 iwinW-f.    T.nriront cliv  ilulpa 0? any mIuiki-Io  *ournivl.    Twiiia  tor  1.IUMU, VM s* ywr, v MUuo propald.   Hold by  9AIINM & Vn aoiuroaiSwav. Mow VnrEr  "llr^jihOfdo������, d34 IT HL, WMhli'iifoi.'.li.-;"  ���������������������������������������������������" r*i-v������*<  ***  mmxmmmmimmmimmim IUI  iig, sinning ana  al  epaii woik  Done by  B. Embree  <������**rjr  VV  *  The satisfaction of work  well   done  lln iers long after the .price is forgotten.  URNS & Go.  Limited  CRESTON        -      B.C.  Head  Offices.  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Dealers in  in n a i  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game,   Poultry,  and Oysters  ih Season  ���������  *m.  w  re> f\n <^  i  ine Barrels ..y&+lf>\  arsd Lugs of ������������&.     ���������  58f  STEVENS *1flL.  Double and Single Barrel  I , B.���������r*y*-. ^fene piece. Madecf  specially selected steel Ar��������� STBMC-T where  ^t'gunii aro ^^ WEAKEST. Compara  ~r ai any where near tha  ��������� our QIMUf throughout.  *'!  ���������'.?     " "-'���������r=^���������-V   ' ' '��������� 1  j- _Jii- - '    i ���������" - - - *  aa ..-*������-,  "^Ka'i        j/i-*<',.-      ���������     ^��������� ji  K&rm one  _'       _.     ._.        '  tiixmi - 1  vuf Dwjtgua  . . Catalog ehowa the  famous line of Stevens "Repeaters������������������Doubles���������SU������  ���������gles. U y0u ������annot obtain STEVEN,? iroja you*  dealer���������let us know, and we will ship*direct, ex������ 11  -.press prepaid, upon jeceipt of Catalog Price...   ~  "  I. STEVENS ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  P.O.Box SOOS,  CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS.  BB  f"h.������  crnnrlfi.  o ������  and  our prices are reasonable  TREATING APPLE CANKER.  This'Serious Disease Must Bo Handled  I With Great Cars.  I _.     By W. O. GLOYER,  i Formerly assistant boatnim-uc Oulo aSti-  I cultural experiment station.  It is increasingly evlde&t that serious  apple diseases must lie back of the reported dying of mature; apple trees in  many parts of the country. Field studies of conditions, supplemented hy laboratory examination*? made daring the  season of 1911 and the early spring of  ifJiii, shovy that serious conkers are  present in tbese diseased orchards. By  ihe term canker we refer to any apparent bark disease of fruit trees. In  tbese diseased areas the symptoms of  dying bark and extension of disease  causing an. enlargement of the spots''  are usually evident.  Attention -to a form of canker was,  flrst called by Paddock In 1899., This  was .with respect to the canker caused,  by tbe black rot fungus, Sphaeropslsr  malorum Fk.f and known as. the New  Iforfc appie tree-' canker. ' Subsequent  investigations   in  Illinois  by   Hossel-*  wn xnc stage -vn uuSmcsS uic Spot  flight is on the man-who a_vertises.  Our Classified  Wast Ads -wiU  ��������� .wVjLiuin^  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  Maaa*9aa*s*m    t8aasag*air������0a9Ma  il SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high  boots and shoes.  class  Jight ef public attention.;  If -yoii hawe nettned-Seni^Kir  illuminating-powwriwill surprise; ycu.\  I  ri,iii������>,n���������i*rB.*m  ���������*1^mt-d)ately������,Ther������ May * Mean New  .ij,. or Next memh.   r  Impatience among the [Japanese is a  thing you will rarely observe as yon  travel about through tbelr strange and  bea,ut_-il country.    If, on the, other,  hand, you, yourself ha touring .Japan  inight, upon occasion, grow* somewhat.  Impatlentr' yoa will only become the  xqjalet   laughing,  stock���������behind,  your  hick���������of .the .little Japs ..themselves.  Jut hour, or even a day, more"or iesa  Sa this o-ieatal country is ot little account, and matters .cannot be-.made  ta move any the quicker because, of  stay irritability,    la. xact this  latter  acts as an obstacle to your progress as  well as to one's peace of mind   If, for  example, your jinricksha coolies wish  to stop for a meal just after you have  started on a trip, you will find tt expedient to.accept the delay philosophically.   "Storming" will not mend matters ln the leash  If you inight chance to be in a large  ���������Tip town with ,its steamship docks  l������irag only a mile or two distant, you  naturally would expect to receive re-  ���������liable information as to the dates and  hours of sailing for tbe steamships.  You will often be told upon inquiry  at the hotel ������Sees���������ppA in perfectly  good faith, -too���������tnat the steamers  leave daily. Upon arriving at the  docks on schedule time, you Slid frequently that your particular steamer  leaves but once ln three days, and tbe  vessel you sought left yesterday. Get-  w-g excited will net remedy the situation in the least The Jap word "ta-  daima," meaning immediately, may .in  reality mean any time between now  and next month.  To all of your queries the natives  will, say ".bikataganal,"--"it can't De  helped"���������which brings an end to tbe  matter, so far as the native is con-  (cerned Incidentally, you might, as  well imitate his example.. It will save  you much waste of energy and loss of  comfort, and if you are to enjoy your  travel in Japan you will readily learn  the art of "resignation*' to your fatei  and .you oftentimes will have many  good opportunities of studying Japanese life in its natural pictorial setting: Don't get a'nnoyed, either, if [  nearly every casual Jap acquaintance  -you meet asks you a lot of personal  questions. To ask personal questions  is the .Jap way of showing kindly interest in your welfare.���������Clyde Witmer  in Philadelphia North American.  *_I*/Hfl"/-*  axmaasm'.:--'ti ������������������:���������:-;������������������:;���������;  titi-: i' >���������)*������r-^ira.-V.^ t#d  .��������� *>;.' "yiy'-rt���������-.-���������->-_^B^y,-������,Sj.r^'!.<^j*M������_4  mi^'H'^$^M  THE   HOME  :OF   THE  TRAN&/ENT  to  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  -OC M S  THE BEST AND MO  FO  THOE  on strictly up-to-date  lines.- Unexcelled service in ?  all department?. Kitcben  staff (including cook) ajl  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  K^i'SSl  Porters Meet Trains  . A, HERON.  MANAGER  _3        B    g B3JB   B  B^B S������a,  ���������a  uoy  0k\re&otir Plhnh&y  h$win& an &Mp&ri  dh yQEit* Tsenlngim  J.A.P/CROMPTON  CRESTON, .    B. C.  WORK OUARANTEED._ ALL  i//twr>i  . ^POSTAL AND   I'LL GALL  t  I  UQ.lR.Bcnm:  CRANBROOK - B, C.  I  GOT KER THREE WISHES.  But  xn<s������  ��������� *i ff>-j -  Tho **  uneral Direclur  THE CANADIAN BAN5_  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST; $12,500,000  Issued by The Canadian Bank of''Commerce', aire a;safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums, of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Camida (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities df the United States, are, issued at  tlie following1 rates: ?  $5 t������!i���������s������r"������:*er ......................  5 and not exceeding $10.   10'���������" "        '       " 30.   30,      " " SO'.';.....  Over  ���������������  ss  3 cents  6   ���������".  10    ."'  .IS?   ft    '  REMITTANCES  e.e  rfio-nld ha mnd������ by meana 6f our SPECIAL.  FOREIGN  ORDERS.   Issued without dolay ������t i-nnaonablr rates.  ABROAD  DRAFTS nnd MONEY  They   Sank   Her   Benea-cn  Waves of the Social Sea'.  The late King Edward of England,  while a very gracious and genial man,  could be very severe with those whe  overstepped tbe rules of etiquette, and  Z  , Frederick Townsend Martin in "Thinjzrs I  I Remember" recalls what nappened^  to an American girl who-offended nini  when he wai Prince of Wales.  ��������� At a society bazaar the winner of-' a  lucky lottery ticket had tbe privilege ot  .asking three wishes from the Prince  of Wales, and fate favored a young  lady from the United States.  ���������"What is your first wish*?*  asked  H. S. H..  "Oh, sir; it is to have your photx*  graph."  The prince beamed   "Granted," he  said.  "And '��������� the next?'  *>: "I would like you,* to bring me the  H. R.jH. hesitated, "frowned apd, recovering, frotn hls.si^iprlsOt answered^  "That shall be dohe. "Now, what is  ���������theiaftJ"?' Y-:rVv' ...   ���������/  -ri  fc^Neyer- Was vther? truth of- the' saying  so ap^patt-vt that."fcfols rush?in;iwher^  ���������liig^is''fear to tr^adL"':Theyoung lad^  dlsregarjaed the warning h>ok0; fron������  thoae around het. ?. rSBte third wiisb; J  -itfclr, is that you will present me to the  Princess of Wales." 4i   ; ti  ?  ^^jxwihee? look^ ,;;*t,, h������ic, coldly^  ������������������Qr'jLptedi" he said and walked ayir'aK  without -A- word, The flllly spl ieaiizea  that she had sinned against society,}  which never forgives fools. She made  a hasty exit, and the waves of the so^  cial sea closed over her forever.  C. Ox B^naiett* Actsng IVIanaser Creston Branch  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand  TEAM   SLEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double ond Supplies on Hand  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  I Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  1 H.S. McCreath/Proft.  ffi   Phono 50 Birdar Avonuo Box 14  mper  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  ������  *��������� *mmmssm0*tammiast***0m0miiimiam0*tmim  Oalsonilning,P<irinbiti{. P.ip.U'.ln.iiJtin'j;    Oinriiige audld >il iui{  Lot mo give you advice and estlmatos on yonr work.     All  work giia*  nn teed to give satistaotion.  ^^^mmmmmmmmm^^mxmm.mmmxmimm.mtmmmmmimmmmmmmxmimmmmmmmmmmmmxmmmmmimmmmmxmmimmm  Harry   Leonard  Shop on birdar Ave., in tlie Old Jfoole Store  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY HY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  m*mmamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammam^  APPIiB TBEE ASTER TB3���������59*__-? *OB BXitB-  TKB OANKBB.  "** ^  bflug brought out that the most serious canker disease of that state is that  caused by the fungus Kummuloria dis-  creta Tui. and named by him the Illinois apple tree canker. For purposes of  this discussion it is somewhat better to  adopt   the   characteristic   descriptive  common uauio Cj, "ousser csuu*.:?  tbe disease caused by this fungus.  "   The recommendations for the prevention of?tbis disease have, bees known  for-many years.   In cutting a branch  from a tree it Is desirable to make the  " cut -smooth and close to the member  from which it is to be severed and to  cover wounds that are larger than an  inch in diameter.   It wouid be still wetter to cover all  wounds with  some  dressing,   but   generally   this  is   not  practical.  During the past season we have used  paraffin, thick white lead paint and  aspbaitum,' and it wiii. require .further ��������� -w, .-.-^-^ .���������������������������,v,_^;���������^:1  experiments and more time is heces- $%*g?g> S-SS1-  sary before definite conclusions con be  drawn. The substance known as as-  phaltum is an oil refining product that  has a variable melting point depending  upon its source. However, this varies  from 225 to 285 degrees F.  While this temperature is its melting point, it cannot be applied at sucbi  temperature because it becomes rigid  as soon as cooled to a very slight de^  gree; hence it is necessary to apply  this substance at a temperature some,  where near its boiling point, which is  in tbe vicinity of 450 to 600 degrees F.  This is applied with a daub or. brush  and as soon as it cools it forms a semirigid coveringY This covering is soft,  similar to heavy tar, in summer, while  ln winter lt has a tendency to become  brittle and may crack. This crack may  be closed again later in the year.  Tbo paraffin"used "was the sawe ns  that ordinarily applied for scallhg purposes and has a molting point or liu to  125 degrees P. To apply this It Is  necessary to have a blow torch to heat  the paraffin to a liquid condition. This,  however, is objectionable because of  tho possibility of Injury caused to the  growing, tissues.  it'is generally agreed that some sab-,  Btanco is necessary -to protect tho  wounds by, prbvonting drying out of  tho tissues and'n subsequent infection,  Some orchard men neglect to gather  all the pruned brush and somo men pile  the namo nntaldo the orchard, usually  In a ditch, and allow tho wood to do*  cay as best It can. It Is true that such  brush prevents erosion, but it is also  truo that such brush is a real hotbed  Ior, faugus diseases. It la a common  night to soo side by aldo a veil kepy  commercial orchard and.a neglected,  nnlcept orchard.  Tho host policy In to burn the brush  nnd thus prevent trouble tbat may  causo fluanciiil loss. Should an entire  treo bo found to bo killed by some  causo or othor It ts alwayB advisable  l-imodhitely to grub it out rather than  to cut it off noar tho surface of the  grouud. Should any portion ot th$  flead tree bo allowed to remain in the  soil It Is very subject to tho attacks  of th'* root r*>*> fn-njrnfi (Armlllarrlm  mollon L.), and from there the <ty9**1  may sprend through the grotttod to  neighboring healthy trees. It la cl������a4  thnt orchard' sanitation1 la necessary  nnd that It requires bat little labor If  coiiHtaut vigilance la nup*. ������n,ttiu������M. **������*  .   ..     . .       HI......    X*.m,X,    Mm  OIJMMBI.     V.UIII.UI     V>.     mmji     mm. .~~m    .~���������-������    .-.  tiMB to introduce Itself.  Eyesight Specialist  REPRESENTING  sne sorie Optical ^ '  ���������  Eye Examiners and Makers of Quality Glasses  131 Hastings St. W. Vancouver, B, C.  At King George Hotel, Creston, Wed. and Thurs. Mar.  4 and 5.    Hours: Wed. 12 to 6 p.m.., Thurs. 9a.ni;  s  io 6 p. na.    Evenings by appointment  Aud will be pleased to have persons with defective eyesight call and.  consult him  Eyeglasses, Spectacles and Artificial Eyes fittsd at a reasonable coBt  Satisfaction guaranteed absolutely on all work* done  ��������� ������<  GUY   LOWENBERG  OONSULTINO. ENQlNKBB  PRESTON  B.O.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD ?  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL       -       -       ���������  B.C.  Creston Hotel  ���������������  OV  will make   no   mistake  when you get off the train  The Leading.  Motel of the.  Frnit    Belt  aaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^,  ���������a     - -.   -i-    ' ������������������  ���������     There Is gold in manH-5, but ���������  yoa can't collect it while it lies  in the barn lot  Our   Guests  Cah  cAgain  Y .  if you sign jhe register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our g;uests.  ��������� The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers,. ToudstS  and Commercials.  fa Ba Moran  Propa  <__���������__&  Send Your Wants to Us  We Arife Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of %  *vw  Bring in Your Order, to the  CRESTON REVIEW  *������H  ���������m. m*mm..... ���������***,,*       .    *W- *S***i ���������**'���������*,      ,.    ���������������, K   ������_R������t    *   VKO,      ,    *������-,,    s  00  " 00  mxxmmmmmxmmmmm  mn tm^'w  *���������**".- st:������'. ���������  'vim*.-      &>i*i^&f^%*>^*ttfi*^^**K'r:T''-  'v^';^-r*---.v-v-:---:v.--N^ ��������� v^ ;������������������..,���������"���������.,,:���������.,.,;;=--..;-,.-v:^.,:-;.: ;,��������� ^,-.v.-. ���������������,.:���������;.���������:jr-J-:r-V:'r 7Y7r--Y'i--.i77';-Yv 7-^*77:���������v.;;-V'7>YvK!?Y--^:?-/--?7Yj7rC--f.77?,?^Y' :'7:'7. ,7 r?''77r7- ?;YY.-  I  *******  _c  THE   CRBSTON   (REVIEW.    CBESTON,   B. C.5  -_-  -___  Tfa& Riweg*&it������e Mui*&������rm&  Comprising J25jlcKs GRAtiD FORKS, B. C.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Ghepples  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 1SOO by the HON. MARTIN SURFSEB.L  _.. -mm.  ' Minister of Agriculture  AG.L 31OOK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES'  I E'er Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  The  Creston Mercantile Co.  Limited  aa  ���������-V>  Y ou Should bee Uur  Line of  -T������rt * ������ _r������������ *-* 4-  UeXlA ���������1.-11  ^n^_Hi  ^UltS  Hade by Reliable Tailors and priced all the  way from  -'S''"'*-  0**.       **** ���������_  B B -0     C3      B "'W     B -  ���������7 IT"      i  ���������I J 10  IB  J0_   I he  M-iH-iitiiR Rn  iiivi vHiiiiiv  VI  ?Hnrry Bathie of Loco cahne down to  Duok Creek on Friday * lost,- with.the  intention of moving the house oa his  Fathers ranch, but found it vpas*frozen  down too hard. You're- doing .'fine  Harry. There's a whole winters work  there if you stay' with it. "'-He returned  ..'���������.-. j*  to Loco Tuesday, but says he, will probably return before the end of the  week. ���������    ' '      '  '  E. Butter leld, Paul Hagen, Monrad  Wigen, Peter and Miss  A. Andestad  were Cre.itoncallers Saturday.   .  \   "v  On Saturday night a very enjoyable  party was held a the home of Joe and  Oaid Wigen, about twenty people being present-including a number* of  Alice siding's social lights. Dancing  and cards were indulged in up to 12  ;'o'clock, when supper was served nt'tor  which, so as not to get too monotonnn-  <������us, cards and danoing were enjoyed  until Hie wee small hours.  Miss McVietu- of Sirdar spent Sunday at Ducjk Creek, tho guest of Miss  Faircloth.  Clarence, Earl and Miss Bertha  Pease of Alice Siding spent Sunday at  Duck Creek, looking up old acquaintances-.  Monrad and - Miss O  Tuesday in Creston.  y.v. Moon sustained j.*fc painful injury  on Tuesday while engaged in rolling  logs up a sR hi way. He was rolling a  log up a steep incline on to the skids  and placed his foot behind the log  while he got a fresh grip with the  Cant hook. The log proved too heavy  for him and tolled back on ins foot,  giving him a nasty crush, which, although painful is happily not serious.  Joe Wigen was a Creston caller  Wednesday,  Duck Creek members of the ' Alice  Siding Social club are asked to take  notice that the dance at Alice Siding  on Feb. 21st has been posponed to the  28th on account of the dance in Creston ou the 20, *..?"..  The sun is beginning to hav& great  fun with the snow, and it won't be  long before we are enjoying the big  red berries again if frhis weather keeps  up. ' .:���������:���������-���������  Tlie fate that overtook Mr. Pease's  cows on Monday last should serve as  an atJe.-juate example to ranchers  around here, to always keep the gate 3  shut. ��������� '".������������������*  Limited  X  FRUIT TREES  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coi-stream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and -guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock'  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� +������������������++++  !      J. D. SPIERS      !  nun TDnRICCXD ���������  ANU I It Mrl or El If $  Wood for Sale  Phone 85  Wigen spent  m?t  ������%,T  iNow is lour nuance  To procure the very article you want at a  very substantial reduction  We still have a few lines which we offer as follows:  Men's Sweaters, Regular $2.75, now  Men's Mackinaw Coats, regular $5.50  Men's Hewson Tweed Pants $3.75  1 ^  *^mT 0 %gtj** %^0  2,es  General  >   MERCHANT  Theljiberal speakers who werejjere  lost week have a press agenoy system  that is hard te beat. ' Brows', or and  Oliver held their meeting here oa the  night of February 4, yet the Vancouver  Sou of February 3rd contain-* a glowing  account of the'meeting, even to the fact  that "at the olose hearty-resolutions of  thanks to the speakers were passed."  ���������Phoeuix Pioneer.  In Aiiy WalK  of life our Classified Want Ads.  will help you.  If you want n position, you can  rcurli the best employers.  If you want help you can cet the  most efficient.  Money to loan or money to-borrow Want Ads, cover thc entire field.  cxmrmmmummm.mmam*,  STATIONERY |  Wo havo placed in our windows  nnmo Wonderful Bargains  FOR CASH  Window No. 1 oontahiB HOn and  40o Stationery now going at  25c  Windowf No. tt oontainfl 7fi<\ #1.00  and *|1.25 Stationery at,  50c  Creston Dfiig& Book Co,  PHONE 61  ������Bora  GETS SEND OFF  mmm**m**mm*m  We the undersigned of noble birth,  but humble occupation/and citizens of  the glorious Kootenay, learn with sincere regret that asd of our members,  Mr. Paul Bunyon, nee Laccaste, of  Blue Ox Fame, ia about ������o leave us  and go out into the cold and cruel  world unprotected and alone. We deem <  it proper and fit that we show appreciation of the noble work he has accomplished while among* us. ' He lias  not built up or tore down empiree} but  has kept the bartenderts and breweries  working overtime.     We one and all  r     .< * ���������     '. .-'��������������������������� .'*���������'.'���������'  ������������������'���������  therefore wish him God speed? and a.  light pack on his long and tedious journey.    \' ���������'  J. K. Brown, W..O. Forrester?Harry ;  Leonard,   B.  Walmsley,   Geo. .Mead,  Thos Ross, D. Cameron; A. Opckerill,?  G?Pacey, G. Smith,  Sam Hatfield,,JP. [  ?K��������� Hiirry, Geo. Huscroft, If. H? Price, <  Wm. Miller, Geo. Hendren, D. S?Tim-1  mons, J. Baines, "L. Richardson? tl. M. j  Beid, Thos. W. Bundy, H. p. McOreath  E.   Mallandaine,  R. M.   Telford,   M.  McCarthy,   W. H.   Crawford,  S.  A.  Speers, T. J. Crawford, J. A. Lidgate,:  J. P. Johnston. A. L. Dundas, P.  G.  Little, R.  S. Bevan, Dr. G. B. Henderson, W. A. Heron.  When you want vour^ next job   of)  printing done, no matter what the job | Bf Ing iti Your Renewal ,������f  is, bring it to the Review office. We  guarantee a first-class job and onr  prices are right.  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the freight.   O. O. S.  Subscription to the  CRESTON REVIEW  r'irtt?  ��������� .���������������������������.  ieryaoi  NBAk VTHE BANK  Beg to Announce Their Opening on  i vi arc n  its for  Ladie:  Babies Bonnets, Etc.  A Seleetiou of Spring Kats for  Ladies  and  Children,  Afternoon  Teas,  Homemade Bread, Cakes  ��������� DO OSTOT FAIt TO PAY US A VISIT  ������������������ ������������������'������������������-  e e ere.e. e 9 e ������ ������ ������������.������������.$��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������'���������������������������-������ a ������-��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  ���������������������������������������������������  Stan W-toon met with a painful accident WbdneBday when a log slipped  and oruehed his leg below the knee. He  suffers a great deal bat is doing as; well  as oan he expected.  O.C. S., SIGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  On Sunday last occurred the funeral  of Mr. Boifey who dhd at Cranbrook  hospital on Saturday.' It took place  after tho Westbound- train arrived.  The wervices wore conducted at the  Methodist church and a large number  of friends and relatives followed the  body to its last resting place. The  services woro very impressive.  ��������� Church  Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Publio Worship, 10(80and 7:80 P. M..  Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible Olaus  11:30 A. M  Como and you will bo made welooino  Fred L.< Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  ,   Service ovcry Sunday at 11 a. m,  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. in.  Adnlts Blhle Class uiootfl every Thurs-  tiny otfinlnjj.  '   . W. G. Blakb  Minister  CATHOLIC OHUROH  Mann 10:80  Bouediotoin 0:30  Every Urst Suuday of tho month.  V������*h������r .Tnlm O. M   T.  Sunday School overy Sunday at 2:80  Buy  It Because  C  It<  ft a  VL&tteT C]  ���������*w .������,*������ ���������msf js.  Model T  Touring Car  i o. b.   FORD  O NTAPIO  CRESTON AUTO  R. S. BEVAN, Mgr.  ������xrrv    c������������Tr������r,������ir    0-.0\**r, x-mixr  r\L*xj   ou i-r i^i    v>\^jfjr^ii,i i  iill  llll  ���������GGG9Q&SQQGtttG><!$SG)&&5)QQQQG+  Creston Valley Investment Co,  Real Estate and Insurance  King George Hotel Block,   4th. Street,   CRESTON, B. 0.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  Now   is   lhe   fcime   to  get   busy   and   purchase  Creston  Land,  before  the rush  lo  the  "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' Lo.ts  BUSINESS AND  RESIDENTIAL  Improved Ranches and partly improved from r������  io to 20 Acre Blocks. Wild laud a joining a ?Q  settlement in Blocks of from 5 to 330 Acres. 55  For full information   and  particulars  Write or call on  the  CRESTON VALLEY INVESTMENT CO,  Box  36 Creston,  B. C.

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