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 ������*$S8?M  ���������i*M'  felii  m%  r--.-,-.jSL.  ���������i?i!__a������M^___  alL the it fij&  V "     >        "��������� -1  ���������***-,-���������-* ������������������ * j       -    - '    -  AH Roads in East and West Kootenay Lead to c������*������fr������������  1  /% t   3l   A^-ISiiP?  *&  VL.*v^J    I  _9L     ���������^^r^f'ri-a-r'L ^ W^      *-  :  SENT TO ANV  J&SSESS "FQ5  J    $2.00 A   YEAR  CRESTON, B. C,   FRIDAY.   APR. 3    _9i4  Sin-tlb: Copies 5_a  '.tijti%i?4w$$^i������fSJtys2  .'-'titiitiH&StfjS^fflxsiSasi  -. ��������������� ���������- .-������,-;���������">������������������**,"��������� iJ^/r j'-xra'jnjrt^^vtT,'  H^**  Presents  SOLUBLE SULPHUR  ~   raRSPWGMlS  By P. A. Frazier, Portland, Ore.  fp       i  * The following article appeared in a  cent issue of Better Fruit.   We com-  tend it to your careful perusal.  S Soluble sulphur is a compound utnue  __y the melting,trnde-'a Very high de-  tae of-heat and in specially designed  irnaces, ojfc sulphur &nd soda ash (not  Rustic soda), resulting iu a soluble  H'fwd-r with 58 to 60 per cent sulphur,  Vl sulphur in solution is caustic in a  So-iain sense. The caustic property of  gy uble sulphur is due only to the sul-  "^tiyiv iu solution and not to ths solvent  [j'ent. Much loose talk has been indeed in pertaining in things caustic.  .n* properly made sulphur soray ever  j tired a tree.   Sometimes the fruit or  rage has been burned, but  in most  ** .  [ses such burning is because of previa fungus infection and injury admit-  [���������g the spray to the wounds caused or  I .It-vitalized condition of tree where it  es not have normal power of resist-  ;c<\ Soluble sulphur is sometimes  ���������ken of as he,ing more caustic than  .ti'-sulphur.   What is really meant  'i  ttliat there is a great spray value to  S nen quantity. AU contact sprays  Hfgeneral use of any value have the  spyisi' ic or bar-slag quality. Iu a solu-  S*u of soluble sulphur the tendency is  'p-eadand penetrate until evapor-  ���������n of the water leaves the finely  .d *d sulphur thoroughly spread ov-  ho surface and effectually carried  >) the scale''crusts,���������thus ft given  }^nr^t^of^-ilp^r������ nrwolublo -sulphur  ���������ay will go farther in effective work  ',n toe. same quantity in the old time  .e- sulphur spray.  t������ soluble sulphur the perfect spread-  - quality' prevents   the ooncentrail of spray in drops, so when used in  ���������per strength does no harm to the  ast tender plants.   Soluble sulphur  (therefore not only a superior scale  <���������;���������$������������������ but a very effective and econom-  1 scab spray;  There is also a valu-  e feature in that the tribes assimilate  ,-y rapidly the sulphur in this form,  i-reby producing a greater vigor and  .ending to  a better  color  can  be  jely applied at winter strength up  pil the time the buds begin to open  fact ono  of  the  most  successful  fcbardtsts  kuown to   us   uses   this  tterial at winter strength When first  tas of apples are si/.e of squirrel's  He:thus combines tho winter  !)iigth spray with the first scab spray  ,', at this time also the aphis are  i-o ouacpptibe to control. Sulphur,  !*n the-old1 time home boiled and  ��������������� the concentrated solutions, has  n an element of no' snial! value to  (Sloi'o orchards through tho asslrni-  ���������.hu troop. ' Tho'orohiti-ists of the  <t know this truth hotter bocauso  he comparisons which they have  L'l'Vud between sulphur sprayed or.  kds and thoao otherw Iho spray ed or  grayed. If thoro Is ono factor a������  >t* another to whluit the. success ol  n Western orchards can ho attrlhut*  It Ih iht''   thirty odd 'yours  uno of  I-jiliiu* sprays.   In tlio last six or hov-  yi-iir-i tho samo thing has beon tho  ���������aU'Ht one factor which is bringing  I.i-      ��������� '  Htom oiohaidH up to thn standurd oi  * much and. justly famed Western  diaids,aild7 would tlio "WebtM'ii  or-  i^vrtliit ft-rgct wliut/hi* iiwib to th(-  pliiir spiays, junt that soon ���������ho'  iIuIn nfci. 0 wli.ij) tlui Rust passes him  the witjfio' tho. mi r .ot with high  ule hull.  Tho economy of bhIii' 11 sulphur is  parent-100 pmi.ili bolng equal In  ectlvo value to 5*7 gallons of 03 do-  SI'H l.ltlC-Hlllphlll' H. I iLlon. As to  (lcu.:y���������jr. mi ti oiiuil for..moro  Ji far fetched |,ln������orn������4.: Having  ;ii u idt-r iho cloBobt invostigatU.n  | thrss year-*, we find it usod exclna-  or three hundred acres.   The equivalent of 15,000 barrels of solution being  used out of the Eastern factories in  1813.    In point of   convenience,    the  elimination of the heavy barrt*l with  high freight and haulage expense; the  leakage, freezing and chrystahzation,  are all elements which any fruitgrower  will appreciate.   Scientific investigation is always slow.   Results in practical work count.    Progressive spray  manufactures  employing    the     best  chemical engineers obtainable, and thc  progressive fruit growers bent upon  results, co-operating withSthe expert  ment stations with their      uipment  for  research   work   are   right along  bringing efficiency up to the micute.  SOLUBLE - SULPHUR    TS    TEEE  SPriAY EFFICIENCY UP TO TBE  MINUTE.   The   combinations of the  materials for spray purposes and progress of making are recognized as new  and valuable, after tbe most thorough  investigation by theUnited States and  Canadian patent   offices and   letters  patent have been issued.   Neither She  discovery of thp elements nor the tact  that they would combine and form a  soluble material is claimed,   but the  obstacles which have heretofore halted  previous efforts to produce m a practical way a practical spray have been  overcome by the invention of soluble  sulphur compound.   In   working out  this combination and process chemical  engineers of high standing have been  employed and thousands of. dollars expended is espcrimeiital    wont.    The  fruit grower is the one  benefited, and  tb him we look for recognition which  real merit deserves.  ortuniiies %For  Cf  BIBHI SIDE OF :  FMgJPAWAy  The tragedy whioh occurred in  onr  m n th  !B-J_,a_ tu  Al^ieeting was held last evening in  neighborhood re-ently brings home in jthe .-f uditoriuni for the purpose of or-  an especial manner the conditions un- _a*������tf������ng a brass band for the Creston  der whioh  bo many   men live  in  this distinct.  part of the Dominion. |    ffl^B attendance wss not large but  Clearing for themselves a little plot j wh^fe lacked m numbers wfls|more.  y tiSL. K-_- Bed������brd>-depaty-'ga&������e^w������rd-  on, bas been transferred from Proctor  to Oreston.   ���������  CANYON CITY NEWS  Mr. and Mrs, Q. Heald entertained a  number of friends on Saturday evening  It being the anniversary of their first  year of married bliss. Those present  were Mr. and Mrs. L. Waylett Mr.  and Mrs Hickey? Mr. and Mrs G. Bro-  (well, Mr. and Mrs. Robarge, Mr. and  Mrs? Oorneil, Mr. and Mrs. ������.Lang-  don, Mr. and Mrs. H. White, Mr. and  Mrs. Lyons, Mr. Pochin," Mr. and Mrs.  Mclnnis.   Cards  wero  the enjoyment, . , ,  .in ii    t i   i      -nru i      .    i      -viewing the remnins and .hearing tho  till 31 o'olook.   Wheu a lovely lunch f    ���������      ������ ,  ���������' I ZJi  **-������     ^^_rfV���������_1 -m.Z������.mmmx0mmm0yr* *X0Xm~XJ*.      *.������.  was served after whioh music and two  step everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Mr. and Mrs. Heald entertained the guests right royaly.  Mr. and Mrs. Chariton left last week  for good old U. S. A.  Hungry  Hollow, is growing,  another  new house goiiig up.  A bunch of Oauyouites attended thc  socialist dauco.    All  report haviug i  good timo and will bo ready for unothe  auy time.  Miss Florenoo Wood is expects*  home for Easter.  It is reported wo are soon to havo i  candy kitchen thats right, homo man  ouudy is tho bout.  in the forest, building a shack, setting  out trees or performing the other avocations of a farmer they often are remov-  ei by mites from any other human  habitation A man who is tho least  sensitive to the attractions of civilization must often feel ��������� himself cut off,  sena������������������pr? from the rest of the hnmjui  race and seeking a cause turns his gnze  inward- Introspection Jj! *ys hire the  weaknesses, oftentimes this proces ��������� is  followed by discouragement and iu a  moment of melancholy, the weakened  man says "Kb man cares for my soul."  The man who is discouraged is lost,  tho rash act follows.  This appears to us as the solution to  the death of Charles Anderson who  took his life on Sunday night iu his  lonely shack about a mile from town.  The News gives the account as follows :  Last evening a hurried telephone call  to W. C. Forrester provincial constable,  ftatlng that a man. Charles Anderson,  had been found dead in his shack about  a mile from town. OccstjSvle FosrvSi-er  hurriedly called Or. Henderson aud together they hurried to the sceno. Fhe  body was found lying on the right side  is the bed and when they turned it  oyer they found that the whole right'  side of tbe face was torn off, leaving  the bone exposed and evidently causing  instantaneous death.  '  They made an examination of tbe  shack and found everything iu order,  dishes washed and placed neatly away,  some food in the cupboard and every  iudiea'iou of a neat and orderly ^reparation for the duties Of another day  . They m������de arrangements for the removal of the body and took possession  ofhssfew effects. A thorough ;eareh  failed to find any coirespondence or  papers that would lead to a solution of  the po-*Bible can Be o'f death.  This morning  a corner's jury, after  Jhf������*M������������rueup in enthuiasm.  wwvmn.T'MnDQjf-p  1 _h������-**4������*-������a*fcl_.... )t.  i _8-i jhhb.b B5aa*BH9TafiSH  urists  2S_5_  SI!  fflHBlULUHracnO|B' rpCUlDlTtjBUJPI \H  broM  (From the Daily News')  That a large number of pioneers of  British Columbia will attend the old-  timers' reunion at Chahko Juika from  Creston and East Kootenay is indi  cat-ad by a letter from 2. ii__a_daiu6  j president of the Goat Mountain Water  After a, short discussion it wasde-i,���������   ,    ���������  oided to organize and temporary effic-1 ���������^?7^J\Y^^\ of^Oreston  ers were elected as follows: President,  Thos. Goodwin; Secy-Treastirer, Percy  Truscott.  Thirteen members signed the roll,  of whom the majority.have had some  previous experience in hand work.  Committees were appointed to purchase instruments, to draft a constit-  ution and by-laws and to secure a hall  for practice.  Tbe band is fortunate in securing  the services of Mr. Robarge. superintendent of the Canyon City Mill, as  instructor. Mr. Robarge has made  good in this capacity before and is  enthusiastic over the aiT&y of talent  he has to work on here. If the committees are prompt iu their work he  promises to regale the citizens of our  progressive valley with a band concert  on Dominion Day.  The hand members are dst2i-x_i���������cd  not io ask for financial aid from the  town people, they intend to make the  financial grade themselves which is  the oest evidence they could give of  ^inceity and augurs well of their success. ' -  The members consider it advisable  tolbiS-i^their' numoer' to 20 so that:  the absence of 3 or 4 would not cripple  the band. Anyone who has had previous experience or who earnestly desires to leaan and has the necessary  st:ck-to-it-ivenesS should hand their  name to' the Secretary and get in the  game.  A boost for the band is a toot for  the town.  The annual meeting and banquet of  the Methodist ohuroh took place on  Tuesday evening in Mercantile Hall.  Nelss Brown is visiting with his par-;  ents for a few days.  Tho AJarch meeting of tho W. C. T.'U.  was held nt tho homo of Mrs. Stocks  ou Thursday tho 20th inst. Tho subject undor discussion was the curfew  boll and a petition is now being presi-  dcnto<\ to rcbidoiits in tho district,  which requires tho signature of four  fifths of tho people before It can become a law. All pai ents aWi ui*'*en tn  sign it so that the measure may bo  put through soon. Tho A|-1l mint lily nicotn.g of tlio W. O, T, I), hiiu  heon po.t pon ed, .  Fred Little bns just completed the  equipment of his Ford with a master  vibrator, an appliance whioh oontrols  and distributes tbe spark. ITred bolieves  in being up.to-date,  evidence of several witnesses, camo to  the unanimous conclusion that dooased  came to his death by means of the explosion of dynamite caps attabhed to a  fuse, which deceased had set off by bis  own   bond, on   or about   the night  of  March 20. The ovideuoe went to show  thnt ho was in good spirits ou the aftev-  uoou proceeding his death and had  oounted ou certain, work for Monday  morning  Questioirug failed to elicit any rca-  Honublo ohubo for the deed, unless it  might be Hint during the past week ho  mis not felt well onough to do muoh  vvork.  Obnrles  Anderson has  lived iu this  eighhoi'hm d for about ton years, coin-  nng  lure from MinuoBota, and waa (ohuroh    of    England)     at  11  a.m.  I veil known.   His friends hero nro tnlr-  ng euro of tho funeral arrangements  ..���������id iht' ruiont will tako place tomorrow. '  who is a native ^of British Oolumbia  and who was in Farewell's [Revelstoke)  in 1885, during Canadian Pacific railway construction days. He was present at tbe driving of the last spike in  rhe line. Frederick O. Little and John  "W. Dow of Creston, Hyde Baker and  N. Hanson of Oranbrook, R. L. T. Qal-  braitii of Fort Steele, Jt. R. Bruce of  Invermere and Charles Rykert bf  Rykerts are among the old timers  mentioned.  bju*ui\ unccri rat������������^  R. M. Reid, who has been East at his  old homo for a couple of weeks is ex.  peoted home today. The rumor that he  wont EaBt seeking a senators toga is  without foundation.  Tlipsa are busy days for the implement dealers, keeps Dick Bovan hustling moet of tho time.  . On Good Friday, April 10 thore will  he  services   hold  In  Christ  Ohuroh,  jTLeOhlo Improved Chester White  Boar, Burnsidci Ol.ampion 1(001, for  si'i'Vloe. W. Lovosqno, Erloksnn.  For    salo--Uphol������toved    bod couch  now, n bargalr,   Apply  Oroaton   Re-  Tho Hmn.n ol' tiiiality shipped two  ciuloiula of vc^otablcoduring tho hirit.  mon tli. Of coin-so the largest   part;  of  those cars   wore  potatoes,  tint othwr  y ou ttiany largo otclmrdw of two !-Tegotablcs  wore    w������U    n-M^rdseuUd.  i  Dont figet  tho  Rifle  Assnolitlon  , r nco on Easter Monday,   < i'" ���������  Tho dunce given by tho Creston Local  of the Br clidlftt party of Canada in Tlu-  Audit* vluin last Friday night wan n  \ ory groat MiniM?BN. Thero was a short  piogram preceding It whioh \\hllo i'  oontrlnoil somo goo-1 musical iinmbni  win* top hoayy with Soolaliatlosnntinieiit  which v.uvy r.ccor.at for the l;.tb;u*#li  fooling of tho danoorn during the jflrst  pan of tho dunce. About 2*> couple*  ovouptod thi*-Iinni-and thoroughly on  tovfrt themsnlvrs.'   Niin-no**   *\tin   mtllod  Morning Prayer and Address by Rov,  E- Bull. Thero will bo a celebration of  Holy Community, Easter Sunday  morning at 11 a.m. Tho Vou Aioli-  detioou Boor will oiUoiato.  Lot uh do yonr printing for you.  Prices right nud satisfaction guarautood  Clio CroBton Review.  - Bond for onr pricnt. on furnlt xui\ wo  nay tho froight.   O O fl.  Duck Oreek was well represented at  the Socialist dance last Friday.  Mrs. Morten and Mrs. Hook were  "Creston callers on Saturday.  E. and R. Uri, who have been attending a business college at Couer D'AUene  returned to Duck Creek on Sunday.  Mrs. and Miss J?ssss were visitors at  the J. Johnson ranch on Sunday.  A surprise party of IS young peopie  spent a most enjoyable evening bn Saturday last at the home of Miss Fair-  cloth.   The quests arrived about 9. p.xn  t m  and, surprised tbe sohool miastress so  much that her dog immediately started  fighting with the visiting dogs and so  set things going nicely, a most enjoyable evening of games and cards, followed by supper and more cards was enjoyed by all present.  Paul Ofner returned from Coleman  on Sunday.  Mrs. A. C. Hook who has been spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs.  Grady, returned to her home in Kootenai, Idaho on Tuesday.  The Duok Creek Sooial Olub will hold  another of itB delightful dances on Saturday April 4th. This is sure to be  good fun so don't forget to take it in.  Paul Off ner was a Oreston caller  Tuesday.  , Mv. and Mrs. A. E. Wells and family  moved into Duok Creek on "Wednesday.  Joe Wigen was a visitor to Oreston  Wednesday.  The Rev. Father John was a visitor  to Dpck Creek between trains on Wednesday. He was tho guest of Mr, and  Mrs. J. J. Grady.  Tho children of the Wynndel publio  school are giving a concert and ontor-  taiuinont on Thursday evening April 9.  This should be very successful aa both  the children aud thoir teaoher have  worked hard preparing it.  For a;now and easy way of getting  through ;*wovon wiro fences apply fi. S,  O. O. nnd B. P. Daok Crook.  T.,Butterfleld wao a Crouton oallov  Thursday.  Tho co-operative Fruit Growers Aa-  sooiation of Wynndel, B.O. held a  mootlug on Sunday ufternoou at 4 p.m.  whon matters of importance rs tbe  shipping of the momborfl produooworo  dipcr-twd and a very Ratlcfactarf coin-  Just how to cut up the Dominion  constituencies of British Colnmbia in  order to provide for the six ne a* members ofthe House of Commons viuieb  redistribution will give that province,  is a question which is now agitating  the minds of the seven British Coluui-  MftJrepreseBtatives, Ths solid seven  from the Fap West are expect&d to give  material aid in the House redistribution committee ia. connection with tbe  opening up of the present constituencies  of British Ooliitobia.  _ Here i* the latest revised proposal for  redittribution in the PaoifiO coast province : Va-nconves oity, with a single  member at the present time, is to g t  an additional member, it is planned,  thus having two members at lar_e for  the oity proper.  It is sriiJo pioposed to provide a member for North Vancouver oity and the  municipalities on the north shore, that  electoral district posibly also taking in  a portion ofVaucouver city and perhaps  Bnrnaby, as. the population on the  north shore is not sufficiently large as  yet to provide for a member ail to itself. The section of Vancouver whioh  might be thrown in with North Vancouver is Hastingr Townsite. Another  proposal is to' add Squamish to the  sugested new constituency.  Greater Vancouver, covering South  Vancouver and Point Grey, with pos-  siBly Bnrnaby as well,. istto be given a  member, according to the" latest plans  of those interested in redistrU>Htj������r>n in._.  British Oolumbia. At the present  time most of Greater Vancouver is in  the constituency of New Westminster.  New Westminister constituency will  probably oe confined, after redistribution to New "Westminster oity and the  immediate distriot, an additional member being suggested for the farming distriot of Delta, Surrey Langley and  Richmond.  Vancouver Island now has two members, with the northern portion of the  Island forming a part of the Comox-  Atlin district. It has now been pro-'  posed that the whole island be divided  into three districts, oomprleing Victoria,  Vancouver Island South and Vancouver  Island North, thus eliminating Oomox  from the presontoonBtituenoy of Oomox-  Atlin.,  Northern British Columbia, which  now forms part of tbis constituency  will be in future, according tb authentic roporta.ou electoral distriot by itself.  Yalo-OariboD will probably be divided into two districts. Kamloops and  k the westorn seotion forming one, and  the Okauagan and Boundary comprising tha other. It is not, supposed that  thoro will bo any material chauge iu the  Kootenay constltnonoy In Eastern British Columbia unless a portion of it is  added to ithe proposed now Okanagan-  Boundary ejeotoral distriot.  Sotting   hons  Oroston Review.  wanted.   Apply   to  Tho debating micloty of tho Preshy-  ���������oilan ohuroh gavo t'o Inst dobato of  till    u. .iou.j     u.t       ������r <iuut'.^tin>        u������u<j.iJf4  .vhon tho Bubjoot was "Roaolvod that  ho Earth ls fiat." Rov. Blakoaud Tom  vildford for tho afllrmativo oaully oamo  .iritr flirat. t������wnK -taH,*. ^I..������^������t,<I*������hvia nt thi*  r*  MWtnt midnli>lht nni*l Hn������clo������������ttfi������������^n������n-in,.l������������-<fn-.r-i^������-i> np tt,n ..~*...i...  re An������������i>������������ ������  fd until th* early hours of the morning J A.������ L. Doughsrty,  tion waB arrlvod at.  MIhb Mo Vicar and Mrs. Donnis of  Sirdar wore visitors to Duok Oroek ou  Sunday.  The Crcidon-Erickson Rifle Association will hold thoir annual whist  drive -und danoo In Mercantllo Hall on  Kantor Monday, Apr. 1ftth. Admission $1.00 ladies free. Ladies tiro requested to bring cako  or ������andw!oh6M.  ���������fm.0.m.   IRUxftm  <-1      O       /.*   r*mmm.%.mm,mtf  . ..    ������������������������.   |,|,.  -1,1..  ,.  ...IX*.    .........  .m m^.xxmxm*  $u.  Tho movement by the W. C. T. U. to  procure a ourfow law for Crsston is one  that ought to have support of every  parent iu tho distriot, Apart from the  virtue of the old saying ������'Early to bod  aud early to riso" is tho foot that whoa  children aro off the sire** j*U night they  are out of possible mischief. It is hard  eifough for ������rhtldr������_i to kwp out of mis-  chief whon all ^things are hslping them  uud whoroni tho.outfa^ law would help  thore Is tho naiural obligation of the-  paronts alio whloh should not bs overlooked. Why not give yonr ohtld as  good a show as you hadY  unuroti of Jtingiand Servioss Sunday  April 6th Caettou 11 a.m. Sunday  Sohool, 7:30 p.m. Evsnoong and Ad-  dross by Rov. E. Bull.  C. C. ii., ,ikC������i?i/_r" A������vo unAHUMUOA,  OO-OFIUEIATIVS STOBKi.  "A  niw-jujiuwiHwimiWi  ll|������WlllliW>rtlll<WMlWlWlllBW-MlltWI���������llll-tll*Wail V ij    ^(-v.   ^.it-Cll "V-"*  -C., - "  ..        v j .. I   >     i"     {r   .  > is ���������  STUB  ,->������  BEVIES    o_*&*_1vUB!,    B.'0.  I llllll   T      . .  .kxmmmS  i Ti tn .iiVnYlritVrynWt^g  7%_r  Creston ^evie^  Published every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  umbia takes the lead in- mod-^mong. ..the- spread-eagle   anti-la"?**  era and efficient timber  lan&j^fitish clement in the United '-|:^U_tftftfc.ifct,  administration, Professor Fer-^ States that is fast dying   out ���������-"IKIH^'  and tbat will die   "���������*������������������  *"������*���������-*������ ���������  now says:  A       _._-._������������*    **���������������������������y/**.*���������**/* ���������*-* <      *m*0**K*  XX   VCiy   HUUpOi lSLxAL  ct^AV-L  v*r*J  out more  -   - j  ���������rapmly still witb a broad min*.  _fl_f  S_r^  s   ?������T  ^--C-MlrllK7*-.  [ nn i   li       f -I  fAtl'  i  i  ������  sane readjustment of royaltie-4-ded  aiid  sensible man    like  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of'the Creston valley, oir- .. ___ *��������� ��������������� ---." i'nr   -������������������'        <������t-i 1������,       *"      -j  oulating in nearly one thousand honieB throughout the Oreston district and .for tiniDer   licenses   has    Deenj; VVOodrOW Wilson at the   head  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities.   Our advertising rates ,       .     ,.   A .        ,       ������.������    ,      -fri,_*<^������ ���������tc���������z wl ^_^������.     ^j.���������*u  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary:_. -tors' Board of Trade,   embodied IU   the   Dill   by   the^t affairs. The support   Which  Land pnrohase a������d land lease notices, $7 for statutory time/   Display adver-!.       01    u.     ^r^j.i^r .fi^^    ^ .*      . .    -*   .      ...  tisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising10 cents per Une first issue . British Columbia  minister ,Ot] the president received,   in   the  and 6 cents per line in succeeding weeks.   Subscription rates $2.00 a year in      j'. "*ur:*n:������������,  _������     U^.ili         t. *   _*���������  advance.   Ourxolumns are open^contributions dealing in matters of local in-  lanas,Jdon. William K.   KOSSjilOUSc   Of    representatives     IS  terest and the welfare of the "community.    Oaritributions must be brief and  signed. ,.*'...      -rJ-v/Y  -3  A. B. S. Stanley  Editor aud Manager  The minister  of  was responsible  ablishment two   -years aeo  msr v ��������� ��������� .s mm, **���������*��������� -J*** ���������** ������������       ������  ������ *     ��������� ^/     ~"~    *** ^J  lands, who  4-Via    acf������  tr,f  X\JX  Ot  "Through men not directly  responsible to the electorate  of Canada^ our proposals have  been defeated for the moment  and an increased burden has,  for the present, been imposed  anu acccptcu. usyouu tue seas.  WE HAVE EVERY CONFIDENCE THAT THIS  DEFEAT IS BUT TEMPORARY, AND THAT  THE DUTY OF CANADA  WILL YET BE HONORABLY DISCHARGED."  ''.'���������4-Rt. Hon. R-. L.  Borden*  personal attacks upon Hon.-anefficient forest service, has  Dr. Roche, Minister of the boldly taken hold ofthe situ���������  Interior. NO man ever in^-de ation and solved the problem?  a success in political life vby of equitable dealing in a most  this sort of luetics. Moire cer- practical manner,  tainly is he bound to be a los-1 It gives stability to the  er 'whea the .object of his at- lumber business for forty years  tacks is one of the most gen- without fear o_ disturbances,  tie manly, most courteous and and while we miss provisions  fairminded men in the house, for improved forestry purpose  at least the   financial  side  of  B. C. TAKING LEAD  -TOiessor X5. Ji. reriiuvv, tne  the government interest is  better taken care of, and  changes lo introduce forestry  W. E. Knowles, Liberal  member for Moose Jaw, is  attempting to gain notoriety  and   influence   b**7  rATw������a te*"  Now is the time to have your j  PIANO  TUNED  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by        j  jo Ac P, Crompton  Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos?������hd Or- ,  gans at lowest  price consistent with!  GOOD  WORKMANSHIP i  prominent authority on fbres- ��������� methods are  foreshadowed,  try, writing in the  last issue     W[ih ^ legiswion British  ofthe   "Forestry  Quarterly" Columbia   takes the  lead  in  on the Timber   Royalty  Bill Canada in modern  and  effic-  says that with  its  enactment ient timW Uud aamillistrat_  ���������l-T-K*   'Pr-ir-���������������'���������**������*'���������������������    nf     "Rr-irtMeTi       f"\%1_ ' ���������'-...���������, . ���������      .  ���������"".r ~--v���������   ~~* .ion,which,  by   passing  into  the hands of a forest service  final  forest  man-  A. mirabelli  Saddle and  Harness   Repairing  * A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and suoes.  promises a  agemeut  for  for the   future.  PRESIDENT     WILSON'S  TRIUMPH  probably a fair indication of  tne state of American feeling  on this question. When last  there was a Democratic president of the United States  such a result would have been  impossible and it is fair to  assume that public feeling  througtout the country at  that time would not have  beon behind it even it had  been given.  Times have changed,  how-j  ever, aud today the two great  branches ofthe English-speaking race  are  closer  together  than at  any  time   since   the  American    revolution.     And  their relations are  destined to  become more closely knit together  as   the  years go   on.  There will come  a day,   and  that no great distance, when a  man with the sentiments and  views of Mr. Champ  Clarke  will hesitate to express  them  rin public because of  the  universal    ridicule    which    they  THE   HOME  OF   THE     '  TRANSIENT  OOMMOOIOUS  sAmRLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MO  ������       PO  THOE  ������=  .Run on strictly "up-to-date  1"-       _ ~ * i       ~  lines.    Unexcelled service' in  '      * l ' f  all    departments,      Kitch-ea^  sta# 1 (including    cook)   all  white ladies,  .Every comfort .  and attention given' to guests  The bar  is s upplied" witn ���������  oniy the best brand of good's.  Potters Meet Trains  Wm A HERON,  MANAGER.,  i i  _ni <tb^  1 Creston Valley Investment Go* ^  p. Seal Estate and Iksukance gSi������  m* King George Hotel Block,   4th.  Street,   CRESTON, B. C. *������[  THE LAND THAT GBOWS THE BtG RED APPLE.  purchase'  Now   is   the  Creston   Land,  &_ BAI.*_w_j������-l������>a���������E  time   to  get   busy  before  the  rush  io  and  the  r_*~-_i__~,   ir������,ii-,���������. ji  fo.the.Spot Ljgfct:  Oa th*-=������age of busmes ttVc spo*  j^ltt bes As rssawhosdvertises.  Our O-BEi-ed Want A������_i wii!  place you or your needs indte-Km������  CgKt cfpubSc attentio-v  If jwu feawe ns*tsisS^ssA. Aai*  iiiurnina-n^power.wili susprhe jou,j  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $13,500,  t������  it  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient  and inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These  Orders, payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in  the Yukoji Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States,  are issued at the following rates :  $5 and under        .        . . 3 cents  Over 5 and not exceeding $10 . 6  ������������������*    10      '* ���������** 30 . 10  "������������������    30      ** *��������� 50 15  REMITTANCES ABROAD  ���������honWhesnade by mcanoof our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS aad MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates. S28  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand  TEAM   SLEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand  Several Sets of Second-Haud Harness  Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  H. S. McCreath, Prop.  Phone 56 Sirdar Avonuo Box 14 ^  Wall Paper  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  'OiilHomining.PnliHiiif*;, Paiiurhfin^lii^     Oari-iiige undl   -iu.i,ii-  Lftt nm ulvo vou julvlin* anil i-hliiiutlnH on v<hii> wm-k.      All   wni-lr iriiin>  OUtoC'l to |*;ivt* HlitinfucLiiHi.  ���������  1  Harry   Leonard  .���������"Jfir*ft. nr������ *Q-ir<*|o**-  A va     ���������������������- fl-;*-. Ct)A P*^a1������ ^torc  YOU Wl-LSAVE MONEY BYOETTINQ MY ESTIMATES  I  I  President Wilson yesterday  scored a remarkable triumph  in the adoption of the bill to  repeal the law exempting from  tolls coastwise American vessels passing through the Pan*  ama canal. The triumph js  all the more remarkable in  that it was scored in the face  of the strongest possibe opposition from the Democratic  leaders in the house including  Mr. Champ Clark, speaker  and Representative Underwood, majority leader, supposed the two most influential members of the house of  representatives.  As dispatches show, M-.  ���������Champ Clark was most bitter  in his hostility to the president's policy on this question  and in this event went so far  as to try to. raise the antj-  British cry which a few years  ago was the stock in trade of  all the cheap American politicians, as witness his declaration:  I would rather see the Panama canal blown up thau give  the British people any control  of it. It is ours for better or  for worse.  The Mr. Champ Clark who  gave voice to this declaration  yesterday is the same Mr.  Champ Clarke who during  the discussion of thc Cana  dian - American reciprocity  proposals in 1911 declared in  iu the house of representatives  I look forward to the time  when the American flag will  fl������*rit over f?\n*w smi'iiY* f*~*ot  of British North America up  to thc North Pote.  T**Vnni   this   ounlnHon    nud  *��������������� VU4U  News.  bring   forth. ��������� Daily  ** UVIIElli1UlaBIII       I  |"UV1IB11 _l__HIJlf  ffdiiu-bifiui   UiUdtuu    fililuj  which is rapidly coming tO"lhe front and proying,j-'  to  be  the   Banner  District   of  British   Columbia.; ���������  We  have listed  for sale  Choice Lots  0  BUSINESS AHU   RESIDENTIAL  Improved   Ranches   and   partly improved   from  10   to   20   Acre  Blocks.    Wild  land   ajoiuing   a  settlement in Blocks of from 5 to 330 Acres.  nformation  and  Write  or  call  on  the  a. vi  full  ������o-j.|-ijmi lore  _"&_"_ "ffcVrtRB   !*������������  or  on  <^_s^  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Engikbeb  JRESTON ���������'.-���������"-   ������������������������������������-  B.C.  IHttlUN VALUI IHHSIMHF-Uli  Box  36  Creston,  B. C.  . .r     iU-  r(l\0{1\i  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Publio W orship, 10 ;S0 and 7:80 P. Mr.  Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible Class  11:30 A.M."  Come and yoa will be made welcome  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday   at  11 a', in.  and 7:30 p.m.     ���������  Sabbath School nt 2:80 p. in.  AdultB Bible Clasa ineetB every Thursday evening.  ' ti   ��������� W. G. Blake  Minister :  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Maes 10:30   m '  Beuediotnin 8;80  Every flrst Sunday of the mouth.  Father Julm O. M. I  Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30  Creston  The Lending  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our  Cah  Guests  cAgain  Y  /OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling.  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner Up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  /. B* Moran  Prop*  "-;���������:���������������  1 -���������^'���������������������������^������������������m,'__>,^'^'^'^!^* ___',g'>*^,g>    '*4fe'-fr'Sfr'���������_*'__>*,ifr*^9**''  ^^���������^^^������������������^���������^���������^���������^���������^������������������^^^���������"���������'���������sr .-7'.j?���������>?��������� 0��������������� 0S1*0&r&?  _'/'  yi;,SLci������.ul.y������������  safe to place  ���������Ul-V, J.U.H.1U J4      JI  Mr.  Claikc  jh>  a-  w  y> Send Yoii  to ' ���������-   j.  .   ��������� ���������  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  m  to  to  to  to  -*.  * v*'  \tl-,  to  to  to  w  \wl  to  in.  **������       m  to  to  to  M-r m*    xx xx tx m^m       * * * *     vjr*������ll   -    m^r   m.    mm*'%/*    J        >tm0m^        *m.*M^^-    .  RESTON REVIEW  ^^^^0m% 0^'t^'^^'0^ ^0^*0^'f^ ^001 *0m */m0     ���������^Si'^S* *4&*4m*0m*0m������j&*tm*4m*am  mtaattmimmmmm  igffiffinitia'iiiMiiii OUt fflv  take  a most successful Business career in  ismess toJT. J. Lancaster & Go., iate bf Bowden, Alberta, who  n Tuesday April 21 st.   As Messrs. Lancaster &  on order we have decided to offer all of our  _/vii  '���������ifefc-*  in order to make room for the goods now on the way.  ea  ney Savin  * v     *���������  .������������������������������"  i___k"  ���������a**!  amoHev-JlI-!!5' T *~ VT* SUCCCSS '" that " he'Ped "S *������ redUCe ������Ur ������VerSt������Ck and pf0vided the ***** oS Cfest������n v*,tey w-th  I    ZZL_T',?������   r y ?eVer eqUa"ed-   H Wl" beo������tc,assed ������y ������'e s������* we are now arranging anc y������������������ will have an evea better  rd ^SKHl^R������!5H ^i1������ feargains we will offer in  Hi   /-____ - '      _  tf*  ���������V-w,- ���������  .'���������-rTT"'"-*''"*?  '?������!������������������������*,.  ;s,  S   3  -%?_>  ���������fo  '-*-  ens  raniteware^ oeeas  a  Our stock in the above lines is too numerous to mention but we have selected a few of the offerings as follows:  re  *#*  njiXJYY-T  ^;  ���������-���������*_���������������.-  *S������-  ���������ML  'J5C_J  ������&?_**  %%  n*  fo.  !>���������)  Ladies White Lawn  Waists, regular price  $1.50 to $2, now  1.15  mmmma*aam*mmmmmmaa*BaBmaaammamaawamaaimmKaiamm  Ladies Cotton Hose  regular price 25c  rMvVt      m*    *w*   ..    ............... J "J  Children's ,Buster  Brown Hose regular  35c now........      25c  ���������[T Ladies Cotton Under-  ''���������'���������' wear   regular 25c  now?..**....................     15c  11 J,  nti  Ratine Dress Goods  in blue and  tan  regular 75c uow      55c  Sheeting regular 35c  now  ������...      2nc  Ladies White Silk  ['Gloves  regular   75c  now .......... j...........       50c  maaa*mmammrxM0maaaam0m0aamamaamamm*aaawa0aaamamaaamm  Window Curtain  J Material regular 35c  Stetson Hats regular  $4.75 now-  $3.50  Mens Stella Grade  Hats  in all shades regular  $2.75- now  #r.7o  MMMnMm  Mens High top Day foot  Logging shoes regular  $6.75 sale price  $5,85  V*  "&  "4>*  now.;...,..?.;  25c  Mens Working Shirts  a big assortment all  ! sizes, the -former  prices  ranged  from 1.25  to $2 now  011 sale  choice for  m*_r  Pirints and ginghams  regular r^cuow-������������������'.. -,'.���������.     12c  Galateas assorted  patterns regular 25c  now ,'..      17 #0  ������,. MMMIIIIlBII-lllllll-ll WII ��������� l-_IM        I ,ll'n,l,   lll/'l"  Crepe Dress Goods  regular   iy^4c  now........7Z;.... ���������     12^30 j I2.25 now $*���������$&  IVteh's fine quality Blue  Serge Suits regular  r$24.5onow.. .......... 16.75  Men's   trousers   regular  #3-75 and 4.00 now $265  Peabody's   Overalls  regular $1.50; tp  ~mx0xxxxx.x        Lril\.t.p  85c  Mens  Horsehide  Gloves  regular $1.50 n )w     ,   95  Mens fine cashmere  Hose regular 35c now  4 pairs for ..,....��������� ........  95  Mens fine Shoes in Gun  Metal, Vici and Patent,  regular $5.00 aud 5.50  1 shoes now   $390 j  To stimulate interest in  this great Money Saving  Event we will  give  3 prizes in Cash  j $10, $$, and $3 to ;  the holders of the three  numbers, commencing  on the morning ofthe  Opening day Wednesday  April 1st and closing at  4 p.m. Saturday April  4th.  DRAWING  l. . ..41     .-Il      .V. -  at 4 p. m.  Ladies Gun Metal and  Vici shoes regular $3.50  and 3.75 now     #245  Big line of Children's  Shoes, all reduced  come  in and see  them,  prices  will astonish yoh.  mxmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmtmmmmmmmmmmtmmmm*  Granulated Sugar  20 lb. sack #1.25.  " MMawnaanBMWMMaMiuHiwai  Christies Soda     -?"*'���������  Biscuits regular 35c  now .?........     .30c  Canned Peas .....     i2j_c  Canned Fruits..       20c  Canned Salmon.. 4   x*%z  Royal Crown and Golden  West Soaps, per box   20c  ��������� ���������   :i - ���������  First quality, Mammoth and Common  I red Clover per lb     23c  ���������*  ������������������    '-������        ���������'-   .    ������������������ ft  First quality Timothy  seed per lb    . 12c  Alfalfa, first quality  peffjb. ...,       20c  Lawn Grass  Seed  pjerlb.  ..'      ,25c  *mi*mmm*m*m*mmmmmmmmm*m*a*mreisassais^amaammi^'  Garden Tools^ Garden  Hoes regular 60c  nOW  .........;.,........       45  ��������� 1"  \m\  mf.   -, ,  I.l ,"J I' " I       '  Garden Rakes  regular  90c now......................    60  .mmmm*****mmsmmmm**mm***smsm i" ������'  Paroid   Roofiug   regular  #2.50 roll .;no^;...,...;;|i,.75  Graniteware items too.  numerous to mention  here all reduced,   come  in and ^ee: for yourself  lo������Wkw������MaMiMimH|MnnHHaw*a  Entire stock? of Delph  ware consisting of plain  white and pattern, jugs,  bowls ^tcY "dlearing at  cost.  m HERE WEDNESBAY SURE, DON'T WAIT TILL NEXT NiEfiK  at*  4$A  J-_A.  Grand Opening D^  'maaja jf���������> taaa MM jf" atjk ''W%"':-J^ KUJT  ApHI 1st., 1914  f\r\v+'*ij  |f-* ������   f rm im T * H. 1 fm fm  -^KICiHll'NUO  ofgood value or your money  returned is backed by our  reputation of eight years of  Square dealing.  at^M. ������������������������������������iVMMHMMMHMBMHnMMMnMBS���������iSBS  ____*-  THE   CBll������m)fr   BBvii^  ���������,. ������������������������������������ , . -  ��������� ____,������������������-i--^���������.*  t. , ���������-      .        .  ^m  ���������Ww  &[ o,u_  __b^*_  Comprising 125 Acres  GRANDFORKS, B.C*  !*__-  y -^^^^ ii  <o^a_.MB^aai**^j*ia*i- vi  iii a_%  4r a%4 >__nc ji UFT-Vrn DcnsgDrr QTSSIUiliiPpy _  IS__5*-._t  {HAfiwuri  HI  rein uiri-  iTIi-Iiil i-<lR  rea&ei&s  \r*sums *���������*  *  ������������������������.-- yB-gwg"*������r  Qiicrrles  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  **We can hold your trade,"  Established 1900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  ,.   . _ Mlnlstor of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  | For Catalogue and Prioe list, write to��������� ~   ""  wAijiCK v. ���������i-tvi_avi>t Agent. vrestoll������ B. v������   g"  s___  Just Received  SPECIAL  3-Day Sale  .,.   **        ,*mstimm*    ]*  Any Article   ^QG  III  ill  g iigigsayi  /  IOC'  Hy*^ 4 -U-_ ^^1JTV  r_iii*ui^  W/inkawfj*-  TV vri ff������_  (Lumur-C GmHwnrnni  mm  of Laundry  | af Reasonable Prices  ������������������������������������������-���������������������������-������  Gentlemen's Clothes and  Ladies Dresses  Cleaned  and  Pressed or Repaired at  Low Price  S ^^"** S"ft   S   BSff  IP. eilRg_S & Go.  F. n. iacKson  General Merchant  1 Ureston Mercantile(Jo.  Limited  ^Prepared to  Supply Your  Needs for  Spring Seeding  We make it a point to buy the most reliable seed  suitable for our district, handling only reliable growers and importers products, including D. M. Ferry's  Steele Briggs Co., etc., Earliana tomato seeds iu packet  and  bulk.  Tn Mimrii nm_.rim m*  iu ffliuoi ruracna er  r-rsssis r,rB___-3rrjri������i  unwiw uummiooiuii  The extension of the jurisdiction of the Grain Commission over the -Eastern section���������  from Port Arthur to the seaboard���������will be a guarantee to  the farmers that their  wheat  ANADiAN PACIFIC  Easter  Holidavs  Fare and one third for round  trip, all statious Port Arthur  aud West. Going dates April  9th to 12th.  K&rdy Northern grown a'cock Ofc' lead-  ing varieties pro^o^ated froth the U, TS  KELLOG strain of pedigree plants.  Price per thousand plants $7.60. Per  hundred plants $1 25. Catalogue sent  on request.  MONRAD WIGEN  Wynndel B. C.  Limited  /���������XT* T-^r'i-T'rrf-VKT  tsring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  PRF-  I  -        tJ.C.  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Hot  Hot Cros  si  uns!!  ���������"..���������I      ..0.0. *���������i^      SI. A  wju  !.������_������_������_  iJ_e  turn _.������������������.;> *j*.    luv.  Foi*    further   partic'iil'trs   apply    to  sie������,<*st agent or to  B.  DAWSON,  District Passenger Agent,  OalgHi-y, Alta.  ���������"������ _ O  tt     Q-riAmt-JT   r>  XX.   v3Wi7tV^jr JLXix^iJ  In sard en tonls  ������^V*-> 1  Hoes, Cultivators, Etc.. Planet Jr. Cultivators and  Seeders combined. The celebrated Fleury's One and  Two Horse Plows with Cast or Steele Shares.  Common Red, Mammoth, and White Dutch Clover  Seed, AKalfa, Alsike, Timothy and seed wheat. Suphnr  and Lime for  spraying.  reston mercaim  Limited  I  I  ���������  I FRUIT TREES  AND ORNAHENTALS      J  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  world without degrading the  grades, and the government  grade certificate will be- a  guarantee to the purchaser  that the wheat is as; represented. At present there is adiyis-  ion of authority over eastern  elevators���������some controlled by  harbour boards and the others  by the Department of Railways and Canals. The Grain  Commission has been greatly  *  hampered in its work, and  the new legislation will^ re**  move this dilf iculty. Another  reform will be tlie extrusion  of the power of the -Grain  Commission oyer leasing of  eastern elevators. At present  this authority is confined? to  the head of the lakes, but the  new legislation will extend  jurisdiction in this manner  over all Canada.  The work of the Grain  Commission has been a marked success. It has justified its  creation and has won the  complete confidence of the  farmers. The new legislation  conferring additional authority will increase the usefulness of this body.  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  B.C.  Order Hot  Cross Buns early  AT THE  Gaty   Bmk&B*y  To avoid disappointment  r\.tt -n*-_���������i j  0~~ l~\..~.  \m'AH. -irycUiy cuiu. ucc \Juj  Dealers in  mcaT  _t_. __* jra   a  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game,   Poultry,  and Oysters  in Season  *f?r_  i--    -   j**-   *. ���������������. i  we uavc  tne g_'ju_, auu  our prices are reasonable  Stock of Easter Candies  Our Ice Cream Parlors   Will  Be Open for H aster  Bread 15 tickets for  $1.00  ������  ^UTTonsn  s  OVER 66 YEARS'  ' ^%0**w*w*>ai*eL**+1P  bnra������nt*-������-������*^H  ATENTS  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MIN1G BEGU-  LATIONS  I  t  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.  ^WIW^  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. ������  ^2^ ^Ej^t i^S ^S^ *������^ -^^ i^J> ^J^ <j^p <^3* ^^t -rj^ \^7 <^^ ^^f ^J^ ^^ i^Jj*.   ^^ ^^ c^ ^^i tfj ^^^ ������*^  t  mmm  *  ! LIVERY AND TRANSFER ���������  Phone 85  X Wood for Sale  Mru. H. Frauoie. who left in Ifebiftury  for St. Thouiap, Ont. to undergo medi-  oal treatment has now been removed .to  nn Hospital in London where Bho has  undergone an operation and in now  reported ns doing well. Her many  Oroston friends hope for her speedy  recovery   and  return to our midst.  ALICE   SIDING  NEWS  .1   -titi Uii  Albert Stewart has purohaBed a big  team,   hnrnemi   nnd wagon   from Win.  Burton.  .. - it. -  Jack Smith is working for J, B; Winlaw ou the Drive. Hope ho wont got  hid feot wot.,.  Don't forget the danoe at tbe Sooial  Olnbon   April   10.    John  Johnson''Ib  iloor juuu'jtfoi* f. j*������oJ tiujo iu utmurtd.  "������������������r-\ ���������'.-.*','��������������������������� ���������   ��������� ���������    . .',���������'���������  Edward Butterfleld *wft������ an Alice Siding caller Woduosday nlRht vinitlng  Earl Poune.  Mm. M. Youur 1������ spoudlng a fow  days viiiltinq; Mid   John Miller.  Look out for the Alloo Siding OroheB-  i lu* um iiiti jrtMuiK ioiJm in*** iiinkiug Home  awful iiainiiH ou ovory kind of Inutrn-  ui"������ut known to modern man  Goal 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 Colombia, may be leased  for 7 a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  .more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by'the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sab-Agent of the ��������� district in which  the rishtE applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land mnst  he described by sections, or legal sub--  divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each-application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded if  the rights apnlied for are not available  but 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 the Agent with s.voin returns  aooounting for the full quantity bf merchantable coal mined and pav the royalty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  are not being' operated, suoh returns  Bhould be furnished at least once a year  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, bnt the lessee mny be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface righte may be considered  neoesfiary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an aore..  Por full xnfor mat ioo application shonld  be made to the Secretary of tho Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  W. W. OOttY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized publioatl'Mi of  thiR ndverti-jement will not he paid for.  -30600.  FOR SALE,JABY CHICKS  S "O. White Leghorns $20. por 100  B. O. White Leghorns..... .$23.per 100  S. O. Auooniis $23. por 100  Barred Hooks $25. per 1()0  Whito WyandottoB $25. por 100  S. O. Rhode Inland Ilodn,.. .$27. poi* j00  It. C, Rhode Island Reds... .:f27 por 100  BUff-Ol-plogtoiiB $27 per 100  Can supply in 25, 60,   75, and 100 lotH.  2oto. extra oaoh on orders of 21.  Book orders oarly.    Also S.  O.  Whlto  Leghorn  hatching nggH.  Foii IhoiI ht-udt'd  by cljiliiwacic  hoy  fB.CO per IS.  Pen Nb.2 headod hy Oranbrook  Boy  $3.00 per 18.  Partridge   Wyandot I om   I ended    hy  Provinc'nl Bny $5 00  pur  Ul.  Winnings for lt)l_ ���������17  Hp'-ci'ilM,  and  Mt   rthhoni".  E.H. SLATER  OHANBHOOK  !V Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  outolcly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention is probably patentable. Communlea-  tions strictly oowidoiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patents  sont free. Oldest agency for seeuriugjiatentn.  Patents taken tuTousai *5������u&��������� ox imO. &wC-5ST6  special-notice, without charge, in the .  SckntifteJimericait  s A. bandsoraely Uln8ttiitiB4'-wwiMy. Ijirp-ost clp-  eolation ot any scientific journal. Terms for  Canada, J8.7& a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  ill newsdealers.  MM US********New York  Erancb Offloe, 625 V SU Waahlogton. D. O.  for fi arden and farm sure best I  for B.C. soil. Seo Catalogu-?* fox I  _~"I4'S    ^r.- m.-.m*mm.*.m.mx.  mmm m~-mm11 ������������        S  Sumu *tf ^a&aa. ag.an ^.c-=- w j<9ua������7  and 2er__.in.*_-.tioi_  Send now for Copy free  SuUon & Sens.The. Kind's Soeamcn  Rveciinjj England  A.-J. Wo odward  V���������c^orl-a'     %.      Vaneouver  ������IS Tort- sr. 667.������ranvilto*ih  | SOtC A*CKNT*_ row r_witi^H vwiiji-iBW  I  GET YOUR  Plnmhi   hint  Tinnin  i iuiiiuiiih)    b uiiu  "{>  anrl  UIIU  General Repair Work  Done  by  W. B. Embree  The satisfaction of work   well   done  lingers long after the price is forgotten.  R S ,V*    C V R  Think of the Company behind the  Car���������and you'll realize why Forrls  and Government bonds are bought  wiih equal assurance. Strongest  financially������������������ vorld-wide in scope���������  largest in volume of output. We  build our reputation into the car.  Better buy a Ford  Six hundred dollars ia the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car is six-fifty; tbe to-vn our  nine-hundred���������f o. b. Ford, O i., oom-ilete with  equipment;.    Getoatnlig aud particulars from  CRESTON  AUTO AND  SUPPLY  COMPANY  R. S. BEVAN, Mgr.  Call nud see DeuioiiBtrator  TUMI  For Partridge, Woodcock, Squirrel or Rabbit  Shooting the  44 GAUGE SHOTGUN  Ho.lOl  IS A WONDER  ^    _ CD Inch borr*!, wolulu 4 |bi��������� ukedown.  fur 41 X.L,,, U W.CF bliM and 44 "tinmu  Conor" Cartrldtfoa. .. .  ���������, </,;  List Price Only $8.00    ;\ff  Nil other Itflrc or biuk-i of *hol.  irunnii<ITIi-lcnMinil������rao(rr<ol  a variety of condllloin.  R.inl for <I*I������IU>I il*i.  ctlptlon snd "QUM3 AND I  CUNNING."  Ml l<������������ ittitn Umlls STKVINt I  EDISON'S  New  Hornless  :! Phonographs ii  SELL AT  PROM  $4S to $80  1. STEVENS ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  t-.O.UoxBOOS  You can buy o������ie on time  if you wish  ,  H tin Ani-nlH for Cii'-I'Mi  Cifistnn fl iiff- RrinkHn. il  PHO/VF 51  ������ ������������������-���������-������������������ mmmmmmmmmm m+m +mm ������������������-���������������������


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