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 THB NE^TS  I ' A? ������  i *:~ 4  j' ������f the GRESTON  !        DISTRICT  I  No. 16, 6th Year.  VJKMull-S9&at'eSl3::f,',im&}"^St0m^m.   ���������   -  ��������� '��������� ������ A'ri���������"V^'i _,"���������   ���������'������'��������� ���������;-'':-.-'V:tvT';'--:'.l;v,o;:;-:;���������:;:j7-:^v,.;:v.Iv-.;.,,. ���������.������������������:,.-.';:'  ���������%:*.3������^?^i$$?iffi '' ti:titi 7.Y? ��������� * ��������� ������������������ "^^-;T������^*^^^  SfcVT?^l; .'yr ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������H_-'!���������':'s^Vfe'���������^:''.?r^Y-7'r^i_'uY?g.*?^'v^gS^B7,r77?^^  wfrK  ������������������������������������titi'tiyi^^^^^^m  I'.'^i^'sA'i^riSSSsaaafesSaiaaiMM  ��������� - ?YlSi^fc^^  ^tti-mMM^^i  'M������g0h>iti  mm  ADDRESS  FOR  $2' on a  ���������"���������K.-E'tZj * V/i.-*i ,    JS.  mi ,     ,   ' w������    A������Ai*A*f.    flr������.   24     1014 * _  -ir-*  {^^f^g^n^da^m^nH^^h^scuss AnnualCelebi^bn  OF IE WEEK  "Tff-fiia   -lisn-rtt-'iBBinAPiA  mm gSSSH l-Ig_HlliJ������_F!_  ��������� ���������waul    wu   _.f\Ulini������UL.U  ilLUULHHUnO  wi������t*.uuiatj-j-,a.y*L  A huge mountain lion has been  seen     Instotions for issnsuing licenses under  frequently of late in  the   vscinlty   of the "Game Act" are as follows  Borton's camp near Morriesy.   Several.  ' 1. Receipt of license books aud badges  persons have seen the animal bat hunt- to be acknowledged  ers have gone    ont after ham   have  invariably returned without his scalp.  The cougar makes a noise like the  crying of ������ baby and his cry mighc tempt  some soft-heated perso within  rage   of  his flying leap.   Ordinarily the cougar,  will not attackhumans, but when it   is  hungry it is not particular  as     __~ its  meat.���������Fernie Free Press,  NOTICE!  iii  m.mr  During the first week of March the  Oranby smelter at Grand Forks treated  23, 674 tons of ore 23,015 tones being  from ib? Granby mines and 659 'tons  from other prodertiea. Jn the same  week Granby shipped 261,000 pounds of  blisteraopper.  During the period from Janary 1 to  March 7 Oranby treated 219,-686 tons of  crc-21S,3������G tons from Granby mines and  8,541 tons from other properties. In  the same period Granby has shipped 3,2  08,-995 pounds .blister copper to the  refinery.���������Greenwood Ledge.  R T. Lowery, editor and financier of  the Greenwood Ledge came in on Tuesday and s������est a day ia tovm, Renewing  old acquaintances and seeing if the burg  is still here.   This tho first time Br'er  Lowerv has visited tbis   camp in  the  -past four j ears, because as he says  we  are on suoh a darned side track it takes  ��������� .up too rmunh time to oome io,* even if -a  lEaals. yisifria  alwaya   a, pleasurable  '/&iversi-a.   "With the completion of the  .railway, however, he hopes to call of tenter, as he always has  a  soft  spot  'for  -������sa!o, havingfoundedtwopapers here  Jn early days.   One ofthese, the* Urst  ���������one, set him. ba6k in the hole   abont  : $1,500 but he managed to catch up on  ihis loss with the second one, which was  -Htnrted after the cheap, 'silver fhowlide  Ihad passed.���������Kootenaion.  __. ������   .���������Buy your fikhlug tackle from Embree.  'The trout climb out on the bonk forjtbe  ibait he sells.  iti  HOUSE OF QUALITY  READY FOR BUSINESS  A reader kindly' sent ns the following  tf or publication:  ���������"Tis to the press and pen we mortals b>ve  '.That whioh we have and nearly all we  ��������� 7 know."7YY'."'��������� ���������'���������������������������'^'"V-:������������������..,������������������'������������������'   -' ���������'??":' ?'  'Two gbatS for ealo cheap. 0? Hogarth  r -HJreijton. ifl-rPd  ?__At the International  Conference on  ���������City Planning, in Toronto, May  25.27,  .au exhibition of  models,   maps, plans  ; amd dlngrama will be bold, illustrating  tue livtesi; prdctico in Europe ond Amer  ca.   Canadian  cities  and towns, and  Gaimdinn architects and   engineore  lire  .aordially invited to send   exhibits.    All  'bouiuiuuioiitious should be addressed io  W. S. Lcoky, Commission of Coutferva-  tion, Ottawa, Out.  ���������06���������bos   sssasd,  both for the Audit Department and the  Province Game Warden*- office,   to  be  forwarded at the end of each month to  the Province Game "Warden,   together  With a remittance and accompanied   by  a statement in detail provided for on the  .enclosed forms.  3. Licenses may be accepted for cancellation in accordance with Sec. 30 of i  thc "Ganne Act," such licenses, together  with badges'- to the forwarded to the  Provincial Game Warden issuers of  licenses must not make the refund  themselves. This will be arranged  through the treasury by the Provincial  Game Warden's "office.  4. - Under no circumstances is one  form of licence to be *lter*d issued for  any other form of licenses which does  not happen to be on hand.  5. Licenses may be lesuvd by mail  only on the following conditions���������  (a) Prospectors must submit thter  Free Miner's-certificate and the number  of this certificate must be endorsed on  the license.   -  (b) Farmers must submit a description of their land, also the number of  aci*es, which must not be less than ten  acres.  (c) all applicants  applying  by  mail  must state'their length of residence in  the Provsne.  ^  , 6. Be careful to-read rhe definitions  hof *,���������4F���������w^_er,,, v**Pro������pector/-r aucf 4'_tes-"  iden-V' and be particularly careful .not  to issue alicense to any person, -especially Orientals and foriegners, nntil  they have satisfied yon tbat their residential qualities are in order.  7. Boys, applying for licences must  prove their ages and any under sixteen  years of age must have a written guarantee, as per Section 23 cf the  "GnmeJ  Act"  8. Badges iu all oases must correspond  with the licenses. Lost badges will not  be replaced, Badges must be worn while  carrying the arms.  9. Hot less -than two  weeks'  notice  must be given for a further?' Bupply of  licenses and badgos, and should license  forms actually run out aooept money iu|    Oaptaio Forrester is in receipt of a  payment and iBsue a temporary receipt communication    from     Government  "f>  The present Lessee, Editor, and manager of m  W-" the Creston Review, A. B. S. Stanley hegs to state  that he has not beea responsibie in any way for  the sending out of notices threatening court procedure for delinquent subscribers. He has only  had to do with this paper since July ist 1913.  At the same time he would appreciate it if those    (jl  who owe from that time would come in to see him    $  |K    about the matter as it costs considerable to get out    ill  ill    the paper and monev' is scarce, ' iti  :^���������V.^���������S���������^���������^���������-S���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������^���������-^���������^',^���������^���������^���������^���������^^ *i*.fe,.Ja **&������  STUN DISTRICT  BRASS BAND MEETS  FOREST RESERVES  AND THEIR USES  A Forest reserve is uot an a-ea of forest land where no trees whatever are  allowed to be cut. The objecc in setting aside the laud for che reserve is  not to prohibit cutting altogether, but  rather tp regulate the cutting and generally to treat the forest so that a con-  thiuout* crop of timber may be taken off  the area instead of' having it ent over  once or perhaps twice and then feft  waste.  Experience in other lands has demonstrated tbat such a continuous crop of  fores ttree can be grown, and the setting aside of forest reserves is one of  the first steps taken in the inn eduction  of such a polioy in this country.   Crop  DOUGLAS FIR, TRE  TREE WITH A FUTURE  There are trees in Canada whose commercial-Importance is clearly on  the  wane.   According to one of  the  latest  I bulletins  of  the  Dominion    Forestry  Branch, the value  of  the  white   pine  lumber cut in 1922 was one and a half  million dollars less than in  1911.   The  cut oi hemlock decreased twenty-seven  per cent; that of cedar decreased thirty  per cent and tamarack, tbe lumber production of which has decreased over forty  per cent in the last two years, bids fair  soon to become commercially extinct.  Of thesis leading tree-species in Canada  Douglas fir was the only one whose lumber production  increased  in I9i2<,   la  the province of British Columbia alone,  Douglas fir formed cAer 67.7 per cent of  In view of the volume of busine��������� A meeting of the Creston District  done during 1913 having increased so Brass Band was held last, night and the  heavily over that of 1912 we are making new organizatian was placed on a sound  arrangements to enable  us  to handle [ footing.  af*r orop can be taken off  the area- Tu  xT,7 *������"6aoAer 67*7 Percent of  of course at widely separated intervals fe tofcal ^r cut,   and   British Col-  for half a century is a short  __ri-_l   i���������.  *   ** " ** Pre*nt * far    <**  behest  timber province in Canada, containing,  more satisfactorily the increase that  will surely take place this season.  It has beeu th9 one rim of the management of t is house to do the very  best it could for the growers as evidenced by the results of the past seasons,  Comparitive results for yearBl912 ai$d  1913 will prove to the individual grower:  ._t ������.���������%*���������'.'. -L~._ t-__     . -1: J      i__     ������   ruv.vuiq- :UUUOQ       f*c*3������.     J.OC*.JiOdU>       1UJ.V      IOJJ  prices for fruits aud vegetables-   Moreover each year gives  us  better knowledge of the business aud the trade witb I  whom we do business.   For  the  year  1914 the prospects are rsabonably good  and'given quality with quantity we  wtll be able to do the very best for yon.  Therefore, Fellow Ranchers, It is dob  lars tbat count. "We guarantee to get'  the best possible prices for you -and we'  solicit your bnsineas for the year 1914  and are uow ready Jp_ book up*the same,  A. Lindley,  Sole Agent and Proprietor.  Instruments were chosen and will be  purchased at once, the members meet-  ing'the entire expense.  >J������& was decided to hold a dance on Friday, May 15th when the new instruments��������� mute as Tara's Harp��������� will be  displayed in the hall. Tickets of acL  mission for this dance will be sold for  $LGi) and the ladies are required to pro-  vi*|e refreshments.  Buy a ticket, have time and  j .* _        Help tba iotg       -,       -.  -  To make _ seise.  NOTICE RE GARBAGE  POIl SALE -A maro ,ai?oub 800 lbs.  also young; pigs 0 months old, "Apply  JOHN CARFIIA, Canyon Oity, B. C.  ������������������i*_-i-i���������     ���������  Thi'.fallowing. Seryli'OH vylll   bo hold  nt Clifi'Ht Church, Chmoli or England  (Sunday  April'20th.   Ori'stiu   10 a.m.  Run day Sohool; 11   it. in. MuLUiih   anfl  Address; 7?30 p.m. Kvoiinoiih; ntul Ad  .di't-NH.  Also services at lOrlckHon It p.m  . EveiiHoug iu.d  AddroHN nnd atHb-dar  Tu ndny 28th April at Hiirin. Bvi-tMon**  ijUiul Addm.B.  until, tlie arrival of more books of li-  oanabfl when the prop rlicenses must be  forwarded.  10 Warn everybody that revolvers  are subject to the provisions of (ha 'rOT-  fenqivo weapons Act" notwithstanding  these liconseV  11. Guide's licenses can   bo obtained  on appliratiou at this office.   It  is up  oesfiary for Indians to tnko thom  out ni-  \\n\\ as white men*.  Tho foregoing  are   for  guidance <>:  gnvoi'iiiiiunt oilicinls autiioilzWl to issu-  ionnscs, badgORt etc. The gunning pul  lio Hhould road, loaru, inwardly   diKOr  and govern itself accordingly.  '.Tiiimdii Ap.il 1-ltli wns llin htc wid  .-aniiivi is iy of thn T|tani6 dlpaarer the  igriuitiiHt OQo.n tragedy that the wold  Ih ih ever know.   Thii dlsoHter omiifl - to  itbn ������'  mki'I' ti* I '  1������*  '���������*   **    ���������""fill"'   '   *Lt;-I"l  14, ua kIic whu  stoanitiig   vv-iMtwiird on  hnv ini*.'id''n trip to Now Ter!;,  Si-ttlng    heiiH'  Oi (,'Hton itovluw.  wanted.    Apply   to  Miss Jackson loft Monday for Dun-  danH, 'Vlutoua Inland, to v(i>lt a'tUtU'v  'lien'. ..,.',������������������  i      ,      .   ��������� ��������� ' '    '  Hortj?-~A6    the  niivnuo  on    Fi'Iilay  inoi'iilng, April ?4tb  rulJw,   nnd Mrn  W. G; Ulako, a son,  O.O. 8.. 9IONAFI-H ORANRROOR  W (OO-OPERATIVK RTORICfl, '  Piuir Ticca Fur pa'������--Fifty Stiindai'.l  40 foot and?.' 0 Two-y ar-old Dwarfn.  Apply lCr.-i'i cm o'ii He view.  ���������Tho.C. C. 8. of Croubronk is flolllng  Iron tiodit with ninttrorfH ami uuriuu tor  *U.     '������������������������������������  Wiii exchange somo Calgary property    or   Alberta    /arm   for   some  . . 1 *   i      ' *i ~-  .......    xi\.,*X      WJV41.UII.       t,\   J  Agent Oartmel at Nelson in regard to  the garbagednniping ground, in which  he is Instructed to post a notice to the  effect that dumping garbage of any  kind in that locality is prohibited,  ���������'As I consider tho dumping of garbage  .ai. that point a monanco and a public  nuisance."  Tho letter goes on to any that ������������������definite ord'-i-H hnvo not as yet been recijlv-  cd regarding tbo . proposed damping  ground at iiie slinigh picked ontby Dr  (TondiM'son ��������� and' niysolf bnt samo may  ho used temporarily at any rat;*?,"  For tli088 who? liriv'o; oocasicm to  dump ruvlutrtA it yrould Im, a good idea  to.intorvic'w Dr. Ilonderson who Ih tho.  honltb-iii p"������*l,'-i-j������ f v thin dl������tii.ct,',,iind  find ont fr in li'm Iho place dooldcd  npon for thn lutriio dumping griiund  When you want vour next jSb of  printing .done, no matter what the job  ia, bring it to the Review office. Wfe  guarantee a first-class job''and our  prices are right.  PUBLIC mm FOR  WEDNESDAY EvENiNO  for hnlf a century is a short period  in  d**cd to allow for a* crop  of  timber  to  mature.  Thp primary objeot of a forest reserve  i* thus to provide for a perpetual supply  of timber.   Auotber   important objeot  of tbe reserves is to proteot the water  supply, both rhe  domestic   supply  fir  towns and cities and also the supply to  be used for the  generation   of  power-  The effect of forests at the headwaters  of streams is to regulate the flow so as  to make  it constant  throughout   the  year���������not a torrent in springand a nearly-dried np stream bed in " the   Seat  of  summer.   To be valuable  as  a - source  for power a stream must furnish a constant and regular supply of water. Vory  low w.ater in -a-aireaor from   which * a  tows or city derives its  water   supply  has often meant a great'deal of sickness  (rerhaps in the form ot an epidemic) for  cbe people of that  placo.   Where  the  forest is, the snow melts moro gradually.  in spring nrd tho rains of spring and  summer soalc into  the  ground,   whioh  acts like a sponge, and flow' off more  J gradually tbau whererhe forest  is  removed.  Iu hiiiy and mountainous regions the  j cutting oft of the forests has often led  to tha washing away of the  soil.  Thio  A meeting  was held in Mercantile   bus made It impossible  for the forests  Hall Thursday evening for tbe purpose jfco grow again.   Good examples tif?thia  of discussing the dato of our annual  celebration. It was decided to celebrate on May 24th and another publio  meeting is called for Wednesday even  ing April 29th for tho purpose of  appointing committees aud making  final arrangements. Thero ought to  he a good turn out to this meeting ns  all Hhould be interested in tho celebration of oiir national holiday.  may he seen in the nieghborho'od of the  Appalachian Mountains in the United  States.  Some resves are important as well in  furnishing reoreation for tho pooplo but  tho two ORsentrial objects of tbo reserves  are those of providing for it perpetual  orop of timber and of protecting the  water supply for power and  domestic  UH������-',  _ecorcUi}g ������0 eame estimates, one-half  the merchantable timber wealth of the  Dominion.  This remarkable tree attains a height  of over two hundred feet with a  trunk  ten to twelve feet in daimeter, forming,  alone or mixed  with  hemlock,   great  forests extending four  hundred  miles  north of the   International  Boundary.  Its natural range extends in Canada to  the eastern  foot-hills of  the   Rocky  Mountains in Alberta, where it grows to  a hesght of ISO f eet and  a diameter of  four feet^ nnd is cossideicd one  of  the  most important  timber  trees   ou  the  Dominion  Rocky   Mountains    Forest  Reserve, which covers an area of nearly  21 000 square mileg.  It is also widely distributed throughout the western United States, being  able to stand considerable clsmatio variation and being practically immune to  insects or fugus diseases.  Dr. C. S. Sargeut, one of the greatest  authorities on Amerioan trees, despriber  the wood as hard, durable, and ifcrgebr  used for all kinde of   constuction.   According tn a reeest Dsssiaiou   Forestry  Branoh pnblio'atifn on the "Wood using  Industries bf Ontario," it is increasing  in. popularity in that provinoe for decorative purposes as "it has au  attractive  grain and figure whioh readily lends it-  eelf to stainingY'   Douglas fir conBtrno-  tion timber is shipped to all parts of the  world.      ?  The Douglas fir has boon introduced  into Europ with grea*������ success nnd large  forests have been planted which are now  yielding handsome profits. Gerinahy  And France purchase every year -large  quantities of seed from tlie Indiana In  British Oolumbia.  :&k  ...Lnt.'tm do your, printing for yi������n  Prini'H right and flatlsfaotlou. gnarauti" <  Tho Ciwlou Rovlew.?"  I'TaI  4'  ���������n:.Zm9 Z,***.*.***, Iluwi, omgary, 14 (Hi j date May Day,  Tin- i-i'iiu|iua inniith'ly daniM' given l*j  I lie young mon will bn beid on Vt-iibiy  May It',!. Tlio Onmbroob Oi-choHtrr  *A III fur i h tho muHic which inHwl  \h., nn HNHii.i-JM'c** of tlio vory host, "i  duii'i* tinif>, Tho L'XpmiNi'N will bi> mnt  i������0 at lliu last daiw*o anil thn lmlin-. *>-���������  kindly iiBkcd to luliig rofri-nbinentn.  Liidins unaccompanind will l������������> -'hr*r*������*������*!  25c. As theso dances are becoming  moro popular each month u good tlmo  I im lu-Hured  to all.   Don't forget the  .'ffi-lfc---^.W.'^^ ,  Afl  Kvotnimtf*     nf   Ti*rH)i**r 0x4  iht Crcstca  Dl^ul*-i  Whero ^iruwoerry Culture ia  ?.w������  ���������mm*  -m  jCuiicU; to pertcction.    *n ft tew Weeks Creston District Berric* Wilt be on the Market  .������������������t_ -5  ���������iJSV' '"' '      " r  fr-'-" '.*1.r.tf,rr--i1Trj"**'- '-*  tak diKSfb������' <Mvii_W;  J?k Creston ^evielfr  Published every   Friday at Creston, Briiip'u Columbia, by the Creston Print-  * ������iig and .rub'ishfcig Company, Ltd.  -The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  ssdaiiag in nearly orce thousand homes throughout the Gretstuu dimx-ici* and  ' reaching ont in a broad manner into other commimi^s. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay andJSoundary x. iters' Board of'Trade.  iLand purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time'. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 6 cents per line in .succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  "* advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  tdgned. '.     -  to Winnipeg as general manager, eventually becoming the  vice-president in charge -of  western lines and finally tbe  western director. He- was  born in 1843 at Dumferline,  iUiesnire, iscoii na.-  OVER 66 YEARS'  ?������s���������  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor aud Manager  Hon. W. T. White, Minister of Finance in to his annual Budget report said anong  othet' things:  "I desire," he said, "to affirm the adherence of the Government? to a fiscal policy of  reasonable protection to Can-  Tbe Review has a complete s.tock of  paper on hand imd is always in readiness to do your punting for you 611  short notice.  ~T^* Thade Marks  5*33r* Designs  Copyrights &c.  Atifono nondtn? a fllceteb au*3 ficsoription 111115  arclp^lv iisocriu.,. ������nr 'm>������)'i>ii ireo wtietlior nn  itivcit'ori la prohnbly v rttejuihla. Comtnunlcn.  iloiisPfrtotlvcoiiiKlonlml. HANDBOOK onPutontB  sent ficc. <������ lest rpreticy for set-linns patents.  j������,-tont3 t.iitca tiiro'iih Alunu &, Co. receive  mccial notice, ���������*-��������� niious ohm eo, iu the  tH    ���������HOB���������_e_  12U  adian industries, including of  course, the great basic industry of agriculture. The policy  is the historic National Policy  of Sir John Macdonald, inaugurated by him and  continued by his successors  down to the present time.  We believe it is the best,  indeed the only, and in a  sense the inevitable policy for  Canada, situated as it is been  geographically and in the  existing conditions of the  world today. Under that  policy Canada has prospered  in the past, and will continue  to pio-per in the future. We  believe it   is the  true   pplicy  was thought he had a chance  of recovery in the climate of  San Diego. His death was  unexpected, even by hi->  physicians.  Sir William Whyte was  probably the most distinguished private citizen iu Western  Canada, and for* many years  one of the most trusted officials of the C. P, ?,. Kis  health had recently appeared  excellent, and, although his  age vvas somewhat advanced,  his friends looked forward to  an unusual career for him,  owing to his singular position  in the country. On several  occasions, however he had!  seriously    ill,  Peter Voregin, tho head of the Douk-  hobors, practices religion as somo men  doroiilic*-; ho bt'lu-ves accnidiUE ���������"���������*' ������"bo-  end desired Koiofii'.es to ol-s<*t v<* tlio  law because it is against his roliyon  but n-'-igiou talu". a luok s-eat when hi*  wis-bes to culler t ti\ in an alleged delinquent Can.uii in Aocoiding to financial p.irci.s he hat. issued a wilt  ngamsta local timcrn'.in.���������(Jiand Finks,  Oazettf  A. Iiar.dsornely llln'Ttted vrocWy. Ii-orpit cl������<-  .-nl.it.on ot .my ������i*iu|ie joiit-iiil. 'ici-ii*. for  Cui-uia, $.5 7". a yi.ir, t Omta.au iuopil.1. fcold l>y  Ul ne*.vbdt.alcrr*.  MINM & Co.88,ftM'^ flow York  BroipU Ofllco. C35 V St., Wiiililu. t-.n. U. a  &s  (     1*?   >  if  vr .  Li ave ynnr ord.-r now for ". -etiitu" of  Single Comb Hhode .Is-l.iud K.-d eggs.  15 ?ggs for-Sl.oO GuaiiuUei'il pure bivd.  Order early.    j.\pply Uro-*ton Uevlow.  1 v  NOTICIC OF CANCELIjA-  TIONOF NKSKRVE  THE  home  or  THE  TRANSIENT  OOMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND  MOST  POPULAR HOTEL IN  THE  KOOTENAYS  , Run  on strictly   up-to-dat  lines.    Unexcelled service i  all    departments.       Kitchen;  staff    (including    cook)   al  white ladies,   Kvery comfort'  and attention given to guests  The bar   is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  I���������  :i  .Porters Meet Trains  Wm A, HERON,  MANAGER  I  D  ,     Application  ��������� n������i*i   \\r>\?;s>*   ���������  1  to hike nml  for Liceix!  in   j.,  of British   Columbiti, as  j*. rmr r  "Water Act  Jt\>] lows:- -  1. The   mui-i  of  the appliCHiitfl   are,  Wm. H. K.-ed tvini Wm. Mather.  2. The  address cf  the  applicants  is  One   (>'}  j     o. The naineol' tlie stroarli   ii* Liz-sard  his!  s  departure     for      Loudon     last iKolt' i-iomuaiu, ilows  in a westerly dir-  O^^: .   ���������*.     .1 :   *,.  t* -1 reetit'ii, aud empties into Kootenay Flats  bpnng, at Avhicn time he pro-   '.������������������       *  pOSed       making       a       journey j     -k The v,:>ter  is !���������>  be diverted  from  around    the     World.      At ���������' the j*^   stream   cm the   South   side,,   about,  five   hundred ��������� fuet   from  the  C   PYB.  these    attacks   prevented     niS|Oreeb.    The   stream   has its source  iu  time of the  termiuatiou of li:s!  ! track.  for Canada and for every part  of it if we are to regard as  desirable stable business conditions and a diversified  national life throughout the  Dominion."  ,  active   connection  C. P. R., in   1911  one   of his    reasons  LVlth     tile j     5. The   purpose for which   the water  lie   oave as ' ,v*"* ^e us<?^ i-s iu-igafiun  for. his i  weaknesses existed,   however.  Regarding the recent death  of Sir William White the  Rossiand Miner has the foL  lowing to say:  Sir William Whyte went  to California from Winnipeg  about the middle of Febi uarj-*,  ������*u#ering from pyelitis and a  complication of diseases.    It  Q. The laud on  which the water is.to  be used is described as follows:���������  retirement   his   desire   to pre- j Block 126 K. v. Lands, Block I29A. K.  serve his health.    Unexpected I ^r-IjttUCiP' the north is.ss acres of lot  ' 8645 G I Kootenay-  7. The quantity of water applied for  and to one of these he SUC- is as follows:���������one half cubic feet per  Climbed. second.  ���������.        ..... _-T, 8. This   notico.  was    posted  on   the  Sir    v\ ilimm    VV hy t'e   had = grotmd on fch^ B]Xth day of Api.n) 1914<  resided in the   west for a little |    9- A copy of  this  notice  and an ap-  more than  25 years.    During |pliCilfci011 Pursaant thereto and to the  . j requirements of  the'-Wlstc* Act*' will  this entire   period   he   was in jbefi[ed hl the olhce of the Water Re.  the  service of    tlie     Canadian   corder at Kelson.    Ol-jectious   may-be  Pacific   railroad, with   which !flled with the said W{lter Rocovd<?^ or  . j with the. Comptroller of Water Rights,  company  he  will   be    perma-'Pm.lia���������lfenf, RniMi,,-,, victoria, 3. 0.  identified     in     the!  Not      is ),i iebv sm 11 tli it   a ipsei-vo,  1  rt,,t*.ii ������\ "jivh   ippr.H'cd   in  tiio B.  O  Gi<:-.- (:-o on O.I.i linn-, H)  191*2, is cahcell-  ���������n! ir ^,������ far us it relates tn the followiug  es?*l���������(���������<������������������ 1 limb:1.;* li.'-bsiijOH :���������  4-1SI, 0082, 118*17-, 219Q7, 22G01, 23116,  *U''-2. #i737, 3G926,-38183.:"h0S5*3, 3HSQ,  SilS-l, 31185. 31201, 81fJ3'0.' 3148!, 32022,  S*.������7N ������3-Hl, 38-<fi9.?38:l60, 34221, 34373,  34310, S6r>03, 375S0, 37'H:***, ,37094, 41344,  41-ii'O ami '-K-7S.  Ii.. A. Hen wb k, ti\   *  Deputy Miuistw of Lands.  Lands Department,  Victoria, 13. O.  Mny  81st , J911 June 8C  ^iv  \:\   ^**-*.r---.i.-?������*5'-..."*.*\.^ ������������������".V  ^2df-^:a^:fc  drgsiof) Voltes '-n*?}gSiTffigfii Ccm0.\  *m-0f t  ^k>!.V'?!        r   \fi-mmma0jf    ame 6 mf%i0������0aI i ������w# ft&     ^i^KJa\  Beal Estate anp Iksuh^scs  King George Hotel Block,   4th.  Street,   CKES-ON,  B. O.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  Now   is   lhe   time   to  get.  busy   and   purchase  Creston   Land,   before   the   rush   lo   the k  "Wonderfui CretJi Valley"  which is rapidly coming to the front  and proving  to  be   the   Banner  District   of  British   Columbia.  We  have  listed  for sale  Choice Lots  BUSINESS ANP  RESIt>ENTIAt  TIMBKR-SALb;' X 1S8  S-nled tenders will be received hy  the Minister of Lauds not later thau  noon on the'7th d;iy of May, 1914, for  the purche.se of Licence x .188, to cut  1*400'cords of tamarack cord wood, on  au adjoining Lot 302, Einert Sidingr,  n.iiOTiu.foui' miles ease of Kitchener  One yea 1* will ha allowed for the removal of the timber.  Further particulars- of the District  Forester ai Cr-iubrooli, B.'C.  New.'  uenny  history of the west  in  He went  Wm. H. Heed,   W. Uatlier,  (Applicants)  xjLprnless,  Phonographs i;  SELL AT   PROM  $45 to $80  You can buy one on time  if you wish  Solo ���������i*ontn for.Crei-ton  iiGoiuu u;ug^y. UUUKUUi  PHONE  51  ��������� * ���������������������������* ������������������*-���������������*���������������*������������������*���������*������������������������*������������������ ��������� ��������� *���������  and   pattly  JJUWCUVCU  fiOiil  Improved   Ranches  10   to   20   Acre  Blocks.     Wild  land, ajoining   a  settlement in Blocks of from 5 to 320 Acres.  For full  information   and   particulars  Write  or  call  on  the  ESTON VALLEY INVESTMENT CO,  Box  36  Creston,  B. C.  reston  The Leading \  I W^^-/ ~J- Jit..  j   V/OU  will  make   no   mistake  i     w^ea y������u Set ������^ ^ tra*n  if yoti sign the register at  the Creston Hbtel.^ Travellingv  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished ih  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  aud Commercials.  /.  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Viuv. ��������� *������ta������- <������������, ��������� *������_������ ��������� <S0 ' f00*00i -S ������ (mmjT^S i^S, jjfp -0** ^p ti^p V'r'Vk  ur Wants to Us  tl tin  ������1 Iti, ' ;.r>U  t   V  e ArcSpecially Equipped'To Do  Ail Kind:;  of  to  .,..���������.:?r..y  ��������� <���������' V  MliwLucy Poi-iol*. luilib'i-ol the woman'* kjukIh (slciill cl.i.inpiiin.ship of Kn-vlinid. is now l.jiiliinjr lln- women  atudelitaof tbo Univfi.sil.y of \V;iNliiii������*l,(������ii. al, .Sunt Un, how In row lln- Ml on Hl.mlw. .-ind if I'limoi-s mv io :������������������ hcloivod,  1������ nmicing great pvogn-HH.  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Yji, i,if., i ,1,1,1, i I.Miilii'rii-, u Iih i w lii|.|iiii|-; tlio  -rojriilarvaMlty into Hh/ipo for lln* ri-Ki-M ant l-V-np-lilo-i-pM.' n.-'M Wju-hi*-: hImo .in.: .1., ,i.lv i ,,n> <><.n<-li im- 1 im nvT'uih'u'^  oruwii and uuym Ihat MiNM Poooc-k Ju inakiiiK ri'imn-kiiblM nior^r 1 ���������������������������in. ������....���������   1   T  Bring in Your Order, to the  C R S3 S TON   R VIEW  ih)  Mf.W , "Mmcj,, . *������lx . **Wv ��������� v**������ ������ ''"Mi-. ��������� 1*������������*l.v . **���������*. . **���������!������, . **���������**. . *������������������������   .. ���������*���������������       -���������������������������       v-���������'  -������_3^....-> ^_.... mm..  ....^     ___   ^^ .titititi^j-^0*0. ���������*_��������� -*mi*������taai*mi 0mm^00aB  0** ' 0*t' 0t0' 0*f'0*/' 00' 00f*00t> *m0' *s**ti 0S0* ti f* 'tizr'r^:*  to  to  to  toi  to  to  to  to  to  .bt  0*njgi 0*mm ."aa* -������*C-������iB ,*mS        tzLjCt*'-  00a0      0a*00     0aa^^     *^^^^^      jpM^*^     ti^^^^ sSSSmmSSSmSmMmm  ���������*** t-Tr-T������������������.  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"i_ i'' "-^s_f____  I ifaiiMN, Livery auu Feea diflDi$p|  Shipment of McLaugiin Sleighs and Cutters-W'Hand ^  TEAM   SLETGHS *"$  ~   ~\  |      Harness, Single and Double aud Supplies on Hand - : #?  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness^  COAI, FOR SALE Jp  $j  Sleighs and Cutters  H. S. McCreath. Proa  Phone 56 Sirdar Avenue 3 2f\\"*  Box 14  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Calsomining,I? ti 1 jin *. Ptii-'nirin t     CarriHge andl    p :'��������� i ,������ i -  Leo uie give yoa advice and estimates on your work.     All  work guar  an teed to give satisfaction. "  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave.,- in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY EST0MATES  AN AiD  TO  MEMORY.  Merely   Make   an   Appointment   With  ��������� CUP   wli-jCCnS ClQfJS    rwSirir|a  PROBLEMS   OF   CIVILIZATION.  ROB ROY, No. 1361, Registered at Victoria, B, C, Department of Agriculture, flay 12th,  ^ Will Stand as follows at  1911  Fiercant  From Noon Monday to Noon Tuesday and from Thursday  Noon to Friday Noon Every Week and at  1 erms: To Insure $20; For Season $15; Single Service $10  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���������^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S-____-BB!'Wi-W_-_-i_MMBIiMBBO    _____     F. TOMPKINS, CRESTON, B. G.  Now is the time to have your  PIANO  TUNED  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by  J, A_ P. Crompton  -Employ your own townsman  All kiuds of repairs to Pianos and Organs ut lowest price consistent with  GOOD WORI_M AN SHIP  ������?*,  "s&rjtfi  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class.  boots and saoes.  TEVEW  Hh0 Barr-aBs  /* ������** #-\  and Lugs of i^x*  STEVENS^,  Doubt* end Single Bnrrol  ,-SH.OlTG.UNS *- j, ���������������rftdl-p.foiiv?dt-  1     i������     ...      ?    _poM|-l������M. Mud������ot  iipieWI/ uMct*d riool jy-ltmmi whero  AmCMI wllh mini    Af st snv whin* nn������r thu  yriM>.j.rid uoto. jffl. ourQIWUHYlhioutihou*, ;  ���������sa  Ayainst  ==the Stream*==*  Is like tcylnu to do a suooosaful  butfinoDit without advortldlna.  And it la not expansive, to gain  detflr*|bl������ publicity by the uso of  prlntoro' Ink. Our Classified  Went Ada. cost llttlo and are  rood by nearly everyone.  Try thom as ��������� ���������yatem tonlo  -for your buslneon.  i,,ni������i������l nn*,������ m Utr.mlj  awjsai&KnmtttiBmxvi   tm+*0w*wi.. H *������i*mi*������m*tmaatmv������nn^v**i*0***'***i^ms  THE CANADIAN BANK  lERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LI.. D.,D.C.-.,Prcsli7i*rt  A-.-XAKTVER LAIRD. General Mumttjer JOHN AiKD. Ass't General Manager  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 ...   BgSEHVE Ff'D, $13,500,000  BANKING .'BY  MAIL '.'  Accounts may be opened r.t every branch of Tiu Canadian Bank  , of Commerce tp be operated by m-i!, and will receive the same  | careful attention as is given to t\l o'her ^cparlmcnis cf the Bank's  ; business.   Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as  cati-jawtovily as by a peraonal visit to the B���������i\!- a24  ���������*--*n<*mmmm***ss������*\>**.r*w  mty*z  *���������*���������*������������������*   .,, -iij���������.-i".- -        *>r Slistji)!.  -, v^-v,*.*-     "I" CtrUloir Mhow-i tht  ftmoui Uu of fit������v������rti H������|tBiii������r���������������PouMki���������Sin.  ������!������������������.   If you un not olrUIn STCVrNS fr*(* JfOuH  d������������l������r-l������t ui linour, *ml wis vlll ������lil|) <ll,i.'cl, <tx- ,  prci������ pkji*U, upoik i w.������l|il ut Culnlotf l'rlc������.  I  1  I. STEVENS ARMS  tm. Vuui. cuiyiKANV  OHICoirCC rAUt.MAtt.  FOB SALE, BABY CHICKS  H O. Whito Ij^hui-nfl $:o. por 100  'it. O. \\'h:i-<iLi'*-IUM'HH $2'l.pnv 100  8. O  Aii'iiniiH., ������'i\\. I'm1 100  Bjirt:,|d.;Ii<icU������ * ijttfi   pr-r loO  :\Vli^ln   Wyiindoilii-H.i $OT.   por 100  h ���������".'������������������"'<,���������,,!,��������� Tr.lniiil Hii'l:.... ,:;Y7. t'fi* i0;>  R. C: Rlioclo iMlnnil "UoiIh .,. , "R7 (.oi* 10(V  Bun Oi-piiiKt. i rt ,.:>���������! nor 100  Cm Hiipp'ly in '2"i, ni),   7-">. nml   I' 0 Iui-*.  2o h. txlrn onoli on onloi'M <������)' L!'i.  Bunk in-iit rn om I*.    Aleii H   O.   Wliiio  l'ji-k7h<irii   li rii'li'nj.1   '���������.'���������;*,  i     Pnn Nn.l liondid   ny   < * 1 ��������� I HviUilc   Buy  : fn oo pi-r va,  v-n Nn.yhi-'-.dcil  V.y   CrtUihiuul.  I),-.,'  'fa 00 per 111*  {     Piii-ti'id'M    WyuiulnlloH    I nailod     hy  Prnvinniiil Buy $?> 00  pur  1������.  Winning I'or If)lil ���������17 Ai'i-i'i.ilH,   nml  HI    nliltniiu  rr   ���������,������������������   ������������������������   * ��������������������������������� ������������������"���������*������  Hmmm    *������������    %*_���������*-*    ���������    'k^l'%.  .OUANBUOOK  Bring: fn Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  Church   Notices  ���������MICT.IIODIKT OIIUItCH.  Pnhllo VV or*-11 i \*, fo; 0 an I 7 :H0 P. M .  j     Siinrlay Srli ���������.,! ,,i,.| a. n'r, Binlh vJIhki-  1.1: i'O A. V1  Onniu mill x m w ill   i,. .,i|i,|,, ,. o'omuh  I''ii'i| I,, rurpinitiT  PaNl.iii*  :EDI0f!EEa ST[lilll!!BEFtl:IY, ^���������^X^������  Ilnnly Nuillioin Kruwii ntnclc l-T. loud  ii f* Vi.ili'llcu |iriipi''KH(od from ilm K.  Al  ICKIjLOO   Hh'idn   of podl(xroo    pluniH,  I'ii-,..-   mr  UtoiiHiind   plnnM   $7.r.O.   Hi r  IiiiikuoiI nliintri fl.*jr>,    Oatridoi'iin Hunt  on  1'iqiiOHl.  MONRA1") WTORIM  ���������Ml.'BOII  I   11:5a. m.  nml 7Y>(' p. m  Hnlihjjlh Hcli.iiil-ii.d AduJi nili't-Cl H-  nl !(i-'*:j a. in.  \\. (\.   III.AICIfl  Min ImI.it  LWyundel B. C.  ������)A TIIOI.K! < 3f| 11 Kitlf  Mni^H 1.0:30  Biliodiotoin Ih.'IO  j^hi> Jiipt sunnily   ui iiui iiiuutn. |  ���������.  ,.       .   . ... I  ������   '< I !���������������  I   (I 1)1111  w,   hi     j, ^ |  Hiimlity Scliool ovui-y HiukIhv at 2:80 '  1  You have often read that if you want  to awaken at a certain hour in the  morning you have oniy to impress your  subconscious mind with that hour  upon retiring and you will awaken at  the appointed time without difficulty.  Perhaps ypu have tried the experiment  and been successful.  I ha^e discovered a way by whlci*  the method can be extended and made  still more successful.  Supposing you want to remind yourself of something of importance tbat  you need to do early on the following  day. You might write it down and put  the-memorandum under your watch or  fasten it to the pincushion on your  dresser, but it is a bother to have to  use a mechanical memory tickler for  such a purpose. It is like using crutches to walk with. What is your memory  good for if It needs bolstering up constantly by this sort of expedient? You  can teach your memory better habits.  Here is the way: Say to your subconscious mind at night, "When I am  putting on my sh������es in the morning I  shall remember that I am to do so and  so," describing the thing you wish, to  recall to mind.  By' connecting your affirmation with  a specific act like putting on your  shoes you give tbe mind a sort of peg  to hang the mental record on, and you  will And the .results will be more positive. Of course you can if you wish  substitute any other act connected  with the morning activities for that of  putting on your shoes. The Important  thing is to make your affirmation positive and specific by connecting it with  some act that you perform every morning.  Yo������ see, yov arc ibaking an appolal-  ment with your subconscious mind to  meet you at a certain place with certain reminders, and It is very - necessary that the meeting ptace/should be  a familiar one and clearly understood.  It should stand out sharply in the Impression you givo your subconscious  mind, and then tho recollection will.bo  correspondingly sharp and clear. The  more familiar and coin mon the act  ���������vith which you hitch up the affirmation the better.���������William B. Towne ia  Nautilus.   , ,  There Is nothing more frightful than  Ignorance In actlon.~Ooothe.  to*  We _ Are   Tea   Stupid   and   Narrow  ' Solve Them, Says Shaw.  We are ^a stupid people, and we are  ���������3 bad looking people.. We are ugly, we  have narrow minds and we have bad  manners. A great deal of that is due  to the effect of being brought up in a  society of inequality. I know perfectly  well what happened to myself.  I can remember one of rny earliest  experiences in life was my father finding me playing  with a certain  little  boy in the street nnd telling me 1 was  not to play with that little boy? giving  me to understand tbsfl: he was a very  inferior and objectionable kind of little boy.    I  had not found him so.   I  asked   my   father," Why?"   He said,,  ������������������His father keeps a shop."   I said to  my father, "Well, but you keep a mill."  Therefore my father pointed out to me  that he sold things wholesale and that  this little boy's father sold things retail, and that consequently there Was  between me and that boy a gulf whieh  couJd never be respectably bridged.  When you are brought up, as you inevitably are in a society li_e?ours," with  that sort of blasphemy being continually dinned into your ears; when you  are taught to be unsocial at every  point and brought up to be unsocial,  then any little chance that your natural endowments; at your birth may  bave left you of being able to grapple  with the enormous problems of our  modern civilization���������problems that demand from you the largest scope of  mind, the most unhesitating magnanimity, the most sacred recognition ot  your spiritual and human equality  with every person in the nation���������is ut-  | terly destroyed. That Is why-; I doubt  whether these problems can be solved  by .us. brought up in that way. Ts  solve them you need a new sort of  khuman beihg.���������George Bernard Shaw  in tbe Metropolitan Magazine. i  Quick Justice.  There is scarcely any crime In New  Zealand, largely because they make a  strenuous effort there to arrest, try,  convjet, bang and bury a criminal  within two weeks of the commission of  bis crime.'If this be murder, or, if not  a hanging offense, to get him as quickly as posslblo into a disagreeable  prison, where ho will have to work  hard and faro upon bread and -watoKr-i  New York .World. A  ^���������^���������ll-.^-l.i^iJu-:..!..-*^^^  LATEST PICTURE OK DEFIANT DICTATOR  mmmmmmimmmmmimmmmmm  President Uuu via of Moxino nlnno* whli M������ nwny ������t.itv ,-,������.���������. ������*.**.. . . :.-.;;,*.wj;  tho ooIoi-h to tho Twill v-nlnlh Itou-lnum*' of thi. ���������**������.���������!,..... r"-":-y. TI..'.. ,jl_ka������u  tdiowtj tlm dictator a 1 nouh-dKlnK tho uhooi-H following tho aortininny. On hit  lofi, in uhovvu hlu oliiof aid, Gone nil Ulanqu**t, who la iniiilstoi' of war, ???li^flsfr?#:77Y'  ���������. ^??pl^������g������M??;. ..,. ,r, :,-:  *-*^*k*������^���������.���������Jiiiiuii'rj'  "7ri'''^;i*s*y^:  BPIHW  ���������BwawgawtiBtup j*..-i**iiu*..,ii ;, u  ?f^rs/*-'*YB?li3^^^  -���������-���������~ ...-. ,.' ���������  '!, frmm^mmmmmmimmmmmmmimmaMxImmLm^^im.���������^^^. ^JL  v  ^-^^X-f^^.^'^f^Kt0^^iSl^Si  ir-  Comprising t25 Acres  ������irsf-f������ J^������������* **s������er/es I  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Ptsssss APPLE TREES  iv lEie  HELD IN HALIFAX  i  Cellared���������Hoots in earth,no danger of winter killing  ���������'*We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by the HOW. MARTIN BURRELL  ALL srnnu *���������������._. .w-������i5.,Hl?ter of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES  For Catalog-no and Price list, write to���������"     ~~~~     :==r- ~?  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  a  Preston Mercantile Co*  Limited  ?'  1   &-*x ������*-*������������ ������^-������  UUW11  T>i_.-  1 11C  CX. JL.  P&BcheS  BJ     -*j*r. William Power, M. P., the  new  ������ylfoeimf0le& S *y ������'(>ciec* President of the Canadian  ** L^oresfry AEPooiation, presided at a meeting of directors m Ottawa, when" upon  the invitation of the Government and  Iuiuhprininof Nova Scotia, it was de-  cided to hold the next   Canadian   Con-  \ vention in Halifax, N. S , on September 2, 3 and 4.    Mr.   F.   C.   Whitman,  j the "Vice-President of the Association  ! who has for many years been fcawarb-  iug the cause ot forest conservation in  Nova Scot -a was present ond sa'd that  matters were ripe i'or a most, useful and  successful   conventions   to   deal    with  ��������� Nova Scotia's forest problems. A number of men prominently connected witb  forest matters have already signified  vh������*ir iutention of taking part.  Mr. .Tames Lawler, cf Ottawa, Secretary of the Canadian Forestry Association, will go to Nova Scotia early in the  summer to hold a series of local mooting*? of timber land owneis i" different  parts ot?the province preparatory to tlie  big convention.  Some of Our Goods- That Musi  Be SokS irrespective of Cost  Meng Suits   Tvvd-thirds  p^6*.������i  ������������*_  a>,'m  ri iv.  Peabody Pan** Overalls regular price $2,35 now it _,o  Peabody, Stripe Bib-^OyeraSls regular price $2.2S"now S.'fs  Other Overalls and Shirts Reduced.                                         * *W5 I  Mens B2 in. Cruisers Boot, regular $10.00 now, ���������������_ **���������_  Mens River Shoe regular $7.50 now,  ��������� ll   ?  & mV'T* r   B������f *"l? ������Ur Bargain **>*"Awv Beiow ^t  S'9S  Don t fliss Our Bargain Counters.  ���������  I  Lancaster & Co. M&  eneral  MERCHANT  vvcarui^  a  Ask  us to  show   you the   new Spring   aud ��������� Summer  styles of  "The Best Qood Shoe"  Made by Or A. Slater Co.  7   Men's  in    Button   and   Lace,   in   Taus,  Patents,   Gun   Metal  and   Velour Calf.  Women's   in   Patent.   Velour  Calf, Tan  and   Willow   Calf    in   Lace    and   Buttoned.  We  handle    shoes   made    hy   the   most  reliable   firms   only and  guarantee all   shoes  to   be   made  of   solid   leather.  ..    Children's   shoes   solid,  comfortable aud  low* priced.  fit   all    kinds of   feet.  **���������*!  U  3  1  The Presbyterian church lias made  .-n-ian-j-emcuts with 11. Tvoby Hoalo,  the distinguished Tenor Vocal iht,  humorist', and "Wisatile- Kurortniner  to gUv one of his pounl.u- ���������.���������ntortmn-  uicms in Mercantile Hall on Saturday  May. :2nd. I'riccs of admission 50c,  C-hildi-cu under lourteeu, 2T>c.  For S*th> One bay mare 6 years old;  oue saddle pony hi years old; one double  set of work harness iu good repair.  Write or phone Victor Carr, Alice Siding 15-16  S3  m  m  f*#  IM  Oliver Kckhardt and company put.  on   the - comedy-thaina   "Bought and  Paid   Poi"'   Monday    evening   in  the  Mercantile Hall   to a   crowded house.  pi I Unquestionably itis   one of   the   b"-st  i-.S I  plays that we have seen for some  time and the company has made for  itself a warm place in the hearts of  local theater-goers.  We  cau  Thp.  m        m .    ���������   'r*^  in ui CO il  Limited  i--'������������������  *?<  \ti*  fr"*  u  53  fcg  ia  '3  if.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  MihsO. Wigen w������*> a Creston caller  .Monday.  Mrs. M. Ungen spent Tuesday in  lYpston  Tlie boys are busy iixiugup a lawn  tennis court now. AVo shall sonn be  enjoying the sport of kings.  Paul Hagen and Mrs. J. ,T. Grady  weie (Vehton calleis Wednesday.  J. J. Grady returned from tCalgai'-y  Wednesday.  Guy Ijowpnburg took a run out to  Duok Creek in his automobile on Wednesday.  Everyone is too busy working these  days to create any excitement so news  is scarce.  Tbe management of the Chahko-  Mika is endeavoring to arrange to  have - princess competition for the  carnival. The idea is to have the  pi-imre-.-sf*  chosen  from   the   Kootenay-  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the  freight.    COS.  CANYON firY NEWS  Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Robarge entertained the Canyon City Sooial Club last  Saturday night to a whist drive arid  lunch. The first prizes were? won, by  Mrs, G. Browell and Mr; ?Vanackeren;  second prizes Mrs. Vanackeren and Mr?  H? White.'   Thoso'   present~were;  by the wagon load and the stamps and  wild beasts ure taking to the woods.  Watoh ns grow.  Mr. and Mrs. Qeo, Hurry have moved out on their ranch and will try  farming this sumi-ei.      *  Mr. H. White reoeived a consignment  of raspberry bushes and we are snre  they will hear v, oil as he set them out  Inst Sunday!  ! P. BURNS & Go.'  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Lyons, Mr and Mrs. Langdon, Mr. and  Boundary   district by   popular   vote.   Mrs.. Carver, " Mr.  and Mrs.   Wavlett"  9miSFStif^^\SS^SS^3SI7^^^^7  | FRUIT TREES!  f AND ORNAHENTALS $  Coldstream Estate Nurseries i  VERNON, B. C. f  The -method of voting will be by postal cards with coupon attached. For  further particulars consult Dr. Henderson Secretary of the Board of Trade.  H. Treby Heale the well-known entertainer and soloist, will give an entertainment in Mercantile Hall on. Safcur-  nrday May 2nd under the auspices of  tlie  Presbyterian   Church.    Admission  UUO,    .f ...f.^.....   \mx,K.,\j.    J.^,    mtljlj.  ALICE   SIDING  NEWS  The Alice Siding Sooial Club held  their farewell dance on Friday night  the 17th inst and to eay it was a success  would be putting it too mild. It was  acknowledged to be the hest danoe of  the season. A big crowd from Creston  and Dnck Creek enjoyed themselves,  the ladies supplied'a splendid lunch,  which all appreciated. . Sevoral songs  were rendered in first class shape and  the dance broke up at 3 :S0 Saturday  morning.  Mr. Guy Lo wen burg is building a  bigjiousc on his ranch, when completed  he will have one of the best equipped  ranches in the Valley.  M. McMnrtrie  is having  a big hay  barn built   on  his  property  recently  ���������iH^'���������   purchased from J. S. Smith.  and Mrs. Heald, Mr.  and Mrs.  White, ,   ~ ���������_       -.-,,..���������..,  Albeet Stewart and Andy Mathews  Mr. and Mrs G. Browell, Mr. and Mrs. ,. .   .     -. ,.     ,-,-  are working on the Goat road for Sam  Scott.  We understand tbat Mr. Bedford ib  to occupy Mr. Bartholomew's ranoh in  tbe near future. We. extend a hearty J  welcome to new families at Alice Siding.  Dealers in  Jit E?  A T1  XYJ- 4_> _TL    I.  Wholesale and Retail  Mr. and Mrs? Vanackeren, the Misses  F. White and lues Hickey and Messrs  Smith, Oarfrn, and Hoggins.  The Canyon City School has reopened  after the Easter holidays.  Powder is coming into Canyon City  "#  .XWV*  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MtNIG REGULATIONS  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  and Oysters  in Season  We have the goods, and  jpnr prices are reasonable  GUY XOWi^NBERG  Consulting Engineer  creston ~~7~   ;  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD *.  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  :  i -  ; ���������      - -������"-1���������JSBMSJ  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true. X  to name.    We carry  all the  leading  varieties   most ^  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock %  on three-year-old whole roots, $���������  AH Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted ^  ���������--���������---���������������������������^^ ���������*$  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut. ^  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, JB.C. ���������  ��������� UVERY  ��������� Wood for Sale  TRANSFER  Phone 85  ^Kr^^r^^W  ^^r ^^r  ^_r  ^_y   ^_r ^^r   *^^r   ^^r   ^^r ^_P ^B? *^^y t^^B ^^^ *^^m C^A i^^h ^^^ ^^^ J^n, ^^^ ^^Bl ^Q^  In the Spot Light  ���������n. mmm.mxmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmxmmmmmmmxmm'  On tlie stagfe of businne the spot  light is on the man who advertises.  Our Classified Want Ads will  place you or your Reeds to the lime  light of public attention.'  If you have not tried them, their  illuminating power will surprise you.,  rv>n������.-r.*i 10* ���������> R. **. IbOwl/  m  City   Bakery  And Ice Cream Parlors  Try Our Ice Cream  Cakes  AlaUo to Order and I'artlca  Caleir'cd for  New vStock of Chocolates TusL  Opened Up  Bread is tickets for $1.00  Coal 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 Colninbin, may bo leased  for a fconn of tweuty-ono yenrs at  nn annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 ixoxea "*vill be leased to  ono applicant.  Application for a lenso must he made  hy the applicant in poreon to tho Agent  or Sub-Agent of the distriot in which  the rights applk-ri* for aro situated.  In surveyed turritory tho land must  lio 'loHfU'ibfHl by flections, or legal nub-  d'viaioiiB of sections, and in uiiHiirvoyed  territory the tract appliod for shall bo  staked out by tlio applicant himself.  Each npplio itiou muRt bo accompanied  by a foo of $5 whioh will bo refunded if  the rights applied for rvt-o not availablo  but uot otherwise, A royalty shall bo  paid on tho niorohnntnl'lo output of the  mine at tho rate of llvo cents par ton.'  Tho portion operating tho mino shall  furnioh tho Agent with s.voin rntnvnn  accounting for tlio full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pav the royalty thoroou. If tho ooal mining rights  aro not being operated, such returns  should he furnished nt least once a yoar  Tho loaoo will include the ooal milling rights only, but the losseo may bu  pormittod to purohnsa whatevor availablo snrfaco rights may bo considered  nect'Hsai'y for tlio vyorlcing of tho mino  at Iho ride or$10-*m itoic.  For full information application should  bo mado to tho Neorntary of tho Department of tho Interior, O.tnvvn, or to any  Agont or Hub-Agoni of Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minisfcor of thA Interior,  jf,   n.���������ITnanthnrls*crl publication of  thin ndvortiisomont will not bo paid for.  ���������3001)0.  r^T7-TTQTsfrO  ���������  ^^^   *qa*r    ������*^ _ ^^ ^*0r A "_ ^^^r*    S  _k3 _f_D _&. H> i^: mt  for Wardon and farm are boat I ' flHI  for B.C.-oil. S _ <? CatftJogta^ for |    _B  solid, ffuarnxttoo eijxtxtiisr ������  ana_|������r_ni'o.a.tioss.        J  S������nd now for Copy froo    j  Sutton SSons.TholOntf's Soodcapn j  A.rj.woydward      |  ������l������ Forr sr. 667.������ranvill������SK   I  saie a<3kwts ro������ ewiTis- -cowimbia j  GET YOUR  Plumbing, Tinning and  General Repair Work  Done by  ���������W. B. Embree  REAL ESTAT3C, Bto.  TRAIL* - - -    B.C.     The satisfaction of work  well  done-  lingers long ,after the prioe is forgotten.  Everything for the  Farm and Garden  Bean and Massey-Harris  Sprayers  Stickney   and  Massey-Harris  Gasoline  Engines.    Rumbley OH Engines.  Remember wc carry parts for Everything  We  Handle  ^^^^^^&^w>^^  immi_Hiiwiim**ii


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