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APR.   io    1914  Sincle Copies sc.  =??=  c/lprit  IMP nr Tiir nirri*       nnur lUTrnrnTiun  wo ur I m: wr_.it    DumcinicncDiino  ^l^JjfT^*--"      I r        - ' ���������111.-*       ��������� ���������������������������������������������-^���������^���������^��������������������������� I ������^���������j���������  "teWS OF THE WEEK  FROM Qlffi EXGHANOEB  [No sensible person cares to pl6ose  ttryone���������the thinking, progressive  e -will Always have a plentiful orop of  tics yelping behind him.���������Phoenix  pueer.  JAn  inquirer wants  to  know  what  Ills who wear watohes on their wrists  I-   J.X_<v    X^   ____    i__       JS=_ ._  jo uuc w noeu tut*   ujSiiob.  -Cleveland  rnorOToy EfiPTC  runnoim  hey   dont  do anything,-  iioder  ^Marconi-experiments prove that clear-  jjs of sound Ib increased  by distance.  jus faot has been known for years to  r;g  distance   admirers   of    bagpipe  isie.���������Province.  pick   Marshall  and  Oyclone Scott,  o well-known boxers, are to meet in  mie under the auspioes of the Athle-  \ association on April 14. * These men  t in Fernie on a former occasion  iien a fifteen round bout waB pulled  , Oyclone winning on points.   Both  n are in good form and a good match  3SBUred.-���������Blairmore Enterprise.  hief Minty, of the provincial police,  s been promoted to the distriot with  adquarters at Hazelton, on the Grand  rank Pacific, where, besides the  s cf District Chief, he will be factor of the district from Tete Juan  the east to Prince Rupert on the  fit. The promotion carries with it a  piderable inorease in salary.���������Fernie  >*ee Press. ���������.   *  na rmusrn rmmn  uim witn ruuiiu  . d a  ^1   ja. a, t  dead % his wm  llinmigration Officer. E..T.?McCallum  Ts beenTddlng a land office^ bt-feinesif  Cs 'week turning back undesirables  Iho were endeavoring to oome in from  io south. They were en _oute to the  lil way conBtruotlon work at Ooal-  fjnt.���������Grand Forks Gazette.  tFrom February 10 to March 81, 387  Iwrcelspost packages were received at  e Trail post office and 228 -packages  jjere dispatched. It is contrary to new  l-atal regulations to send coin in un-  IgiBter d letters.���������-Trail -Tews.  A literary Family  lauline wrlteB stately sonnets,  ^"BHl writes the sporting news,  ijoile Jane of turn domestic,  frpeoants of soups and stews,  |a writes ini words of; wisdom ?     ?  ���������Of baaseUold oares that vex;  fat dad, with tastes plebeian,  [WrlteB out the family oheoks.  ���������From Judge  The production of Douglas Fir lumber has increased thirty eight per cent  iu tbe last two years, according to a  recent publication nf th_ Dominion  Forestry Branch on the forest products  of Canada. This percentage is double  tbat of any other leading Canadian  wood for the same period. This tree  made'up 67.7% of the total lumber  production of British Columbia, which  province is estimated to contaia as  much? timber as all the rest of Canada  The importance of the Douglas fir is  exemplified by a statement made by  Dr. C. S^Sargent, tbe leading authority on American trees, who says: "No  other American tree of the first magnitude is so widely distributed, or'can  now afford so much timber, and the  rapidity of its growth and its power of  reproduction under favourable conditions make it the most valuable inhabi-  ������xrot~cf the great coniferous fores'  the  northwest."  Hickory is the strongest Canadian  .wood. When properly seasoned a  hickory column will support a weight  of twelve tons per square inch cross-  section, which is considerably more  than what could be borne by a pillar  of cast iron or steel of tha same length  and  weight.  The natives of Ceylon eat one and a  half million cocoanut--* a day. There  are sixty -million cocoanut Jtrees on  this island, -and the. surplus production  of nuts is chiefly-used to make copra,  the dried 'meat! ot the. nut, _ which is a  valuable sourc'o of -vegetable oils. Tt is  estimated that there' are produced  yearly 600,000 to 700,000 "tons of copra  valued at sixty* five million dollars.  Oue quarter of the world's production  comes  from   the  Philippine islands.  Canpda has trebled its production  of paper in the last three years. .  In the 157,400. square miles recently  added to northern- Ontario there is  very little timber of any present value  Mr. J. R. Tyrrell, reporting on his  trip through this new distriot of  Patricia says; "Most of the timber  was small and much  of ib has  been  Word was received- by Captain Forrester Sunday that White Man Jim  Crawford had been found dead in hie  cabin up   in the White Grouse country.  He at once made arrangements to  take a party up to recover the body and  brin**; it down for burial  Last September White Man passed  through nere on his way to the scene  of his'Winter's trapping. He took  supplies for the season, enough to last  him till the 1st of March and - he told  his fiiends he would" return then  About that time the boys began" to talk  and look for him but a? the days passed and he failed to appear the; became  anxious. A party was sent tip from  Ritcimer and they brought the news  that White Man was frozen, in his  shack, about 28 miles above Kitchner.  Captain Forrester had in ride arrange  meDts *o send a man up  to investigat-  fnvaet of sni^- *ie <"*'a8 to 8fcar"" ou Monday but oi^  Sunday came the news of the trapper's  death.  A party consisting of Capt. Fori ester,  Stanley Gwynn, Gecrge Hendren left  here and they were joined at Kitchener  by Jim Dubois the man who brought  the news of the death. They will  bring the body down, and are expected  to arrive to-day.  The Ohio Improved Ohester White  Boar, Burnside Champion 10061, for  service. W. JLevesque, Erickson.  Dont forget   the   Rifle   Assaciation  -ftneeon Easter Monday.  iu r> t ii nm! unm  . U. I. U. WILL num  MEDAL OONTEBT  The Political Equality League and  the W C. T. TJ. have in h<ind the arrangements for holding a Silver Medal  Contest on Friday April 24th in the  Mercantile Hall, -   .  There will be at Wst six competitors  all of *������i!Q{m are Creston youny people.  They will be assisted by other looal talent.   Tho program is as follows:  Welcome Song, Band of Hope; Recitation, St-la McKelvey; Speech, Rev.  E. Bull; Recitation, Bessie Hurry;  Violin Duet Mrs. Crompton and Ruth  Klingensmith; Recitation, Edna Holmes*; Song? Mable Huscroft and -Muriel  Hobden; Recitation, Audrey Craigie;  Speech, R&y, W. O. Blake; Reoitation,  Irma Hayden, Duet, Tine Misses Knott;;  Recitation J. Dorc-thy Carpenter; Song,  Rev. E. Bull; Monologue, Bessie Hurry;  Song, Band.'ot Hope; Reoitation, Katie  Bnfiey* Yiojin Duet, Mrs. Crompton  and Ruth Klingensmith; Song, Frances  Knott; Recitation, Ijyda JuhuSoa;  Instrumental, Miss Klingensmith;  Recitation, Bessie Whyte; Quartette,  "Good Nighi."  The Review has a complete stock of  paper on hand and is always in readiness to do your printing for you on  short notice.  H. A. Evans will crop tho place just  cleared by   W. Hooper, of  Rossiand.  For signs of Spring just notice the  columns of smoke, the sound of blasting and the numerous garden rakes,  hoes, etc, now io evidence.  "Mr. Wm. Smith formerly of the  City Bakery here, returned from Al-  Tjerta Wednesday last where he spent  the winter months. He _is now employed by-Rev. M. F. Eby.  E. Mallandaine is fencing his property down the hill and seeding * the  lawn and ,when completed ^ will have  one of the nicest places in town.  ULii--avo yoax^rder-now* for"arSettiag|'of  Single Comb Rhode Island Red eggs.  15 eggs for $150 Guaranteed pure bred.  Order early.    Apply Oreston Review..  ruiunucftuun uteri iu  Porapii nrnr piuinav  ncAbn ntnc ounum  - -**���������*��������� r. i-**. ���������     ���������  Special Services will beheld in Christ  Church, Church of England on Easter  Sunday April 12th when the Venerable Archdeacon H. Beer will officiate  assisted by the Rev. E. Bull.  As is the custom in this Parish the  offertories on Easter Sunday will bts  given to the Vicar of the Parish as an  Easter offering. The Vicar requests  all communicants to be present at 11a.  m. celebration of the Holy Communion.  The Church is being decorated by the  members of the Ladies Guild. Thp.  services are as follows:  Creston���������ll'a m. Matins, Address, and  Holy Communion. 7;30 p.m. Evensong and Address.  Erickso_A-3 p.m.  Evensong    and address by Rev. E. Bull.  A practical rancher wanted. A snap  for the right-man. O. HOGARTH,  Creston. -        -      ' 14 r������  Word has been received from Mrs.  H. P. Francis that she is still fn the  hospital and not doing as well aa she  would like but hobe is entertained for  hope is ^entertained for her reoovery,   -4 ___  nmumnm usiAiib  in numtditAU law  Important changes in the homestead  regulations have been decided upon by  Hon. Dr. Roche, Minister of Interior,  which will greatly benefit the thousands  of Western homesteaders.  One of the principal changes is the  reduction in the time when a honu>-  steader cau secure a pre-emption troiu  six to three years aud the abolishment  of the interest charge made by the Liberal Government.  Under tha law as it stands now a  homesteader holding 160 acres as a free  -r_,ai__- f*i*/\nr-   #-V������^v    rii<������\-t������Tn 1������������_������    *l������^ *.,:_!_- *. .  O-*���������'������������������w   ������*vr������*������.    ms*mmmm       x/*vt������M   **C*0       VUC   1 IU Ut   |������J  pre-empt an additional 160 acres at $3  au acre, payable in sis years at five per  /���������*������*���������*-������*���������       12tr *_ _m   r/������_**���������������**������ji.������  -i./\<*������*>'ti-.j)  _���������.-������ t\-i  www*       jl0J   uuo    ���������U**uuu������������\2o ^no^ivrcreu  ijy   MJrE.  Roche, the interest charge is abolished  for the first three years, if the principal is paid in that time. If the princi-  pal is not paid for six years, then rhe  interest charges will only be for the  last three years.  Auother import-uii change has been  made with a view to encouraging the  livestock industry and mixed far_>ing  in the West. This new regulation will  permit a homesteader- to obtain his patent by^raising cattle oa inferior land  instead  of  olutivation.   The Act wiii  Ohas.   Wrifht,   of Kuskanook   left I call for five head of cattle the first year,  Saturdayforan extended trip to Bramp- ten in  the   seoend,   and sixteen  the  ton, Ont. He is going there fco purchase a couple of carloads of thorngh-  bred Jersey Cows which.he expects to  distribute ia this district. Thia ought  to be good( news for ttiOseYwho.are: ia  tfiexnarkeVlfo-c good Jerge^sfcock." lie  will return: in about a month.   *  burned.  .Larch  or  'tamarack'  is  One hundred and - ninety-one conventions/which will be attended by delegates from all parts of the world, have  voted to hold their sessions in Sin  Francisco* In 1915-. - The- "organizations  arc varied in .character and include civic,  religions, - social service, educational,,  fraternal, business, labor, commercial  agricultural, live stock and scores of  other interests. r  [Setting   hens  beston Review.  wanted.   Apply  to  [Noise Brown left Saturday for Bull  Jtver, after a pleasant visit." with his  LVehtB and numerous friends In Oras-  )������n.  *m��������� mt ..i.  -The CO. S. ot Oranbrook Is Boiling  Irou Beds with mattreBB and spring for  10 YOII fi THOSE  A pretty wedding was ���������olcmnlv.ed at  ho homo of Mr. and Mr������. R.  Husoroft  ���������fh WednoBday, Afternoon whon thoir  younger-it daughter Mnudo was united  n lluibouduf mulrU'ioiiy  U- Thomnn  Ross.   Oii account of tho recent bq-  reaveniont in tho family ther* marriage  (Was quiotly ax ranged.   Mr.   Oliavles  Huscroft i*m p.-rU'd the groom while  tho brldo, who warn charmi.-'gly atlh-ed  was iiH-lutud by RI lnu Olga Wlgyri. AC-  cr tho !��������� i nun y   tho party ngah-d  hoinnolvoH hi a woll-laden table and  btijuyfl Una ��������� v. n.    .    '. O-li ht'An and  J.rootn are we'l known irt Oroslon and  loaf* otfrlendw wish them long-life und  iappiuoi|H< itov. vv". ur. -������i*������uj-jci.iuiiu-  jd tho ooromony.  associated with wtiite and black spruce  to the northern limit of  the district,  but unfortunately most of the trees are I  dead'. . ;������������������ , ?..;  . Weather forecasts were used last  summer by tlie Dominion Forestry  Branch in regulating the fire-protective patrol in the railway belt, British  Columbia. * AlS tho prevailing winds  wore westerly .the weather, to be expected in: the interior of,the province  could bo foretold by telegraph many  hours In advance, and if there was  Uttle danger tobo expootccl, the District Fire Inspector would pormit Y  temporary decrease in tho railway  patrol.  fn.British India the ForoHt Sorvlc  derives ah annual rovonuo of oyer on  and a quarter million dollars from tlu  rontal of grazing privileges on forost  iii-ens under Government administration, Tho United States Forest Sorvioo  last yoir secured a revenue of over ono  million dollars by tlio same method.  But in Caniuld during tho lust fiscil  yoar tfie isflunnco of graving permits  on Dominion Forost Reserves nottrd  the frqvostry Branch U'hm than ono  hundred dollars. The Dominion Oov-  Onmiont, liow.pyor, recently pa������������'d  a-'W frnw-ing rogulatlons which will  moan tho full utllliaatlou of tho  gi-assl.indq on tho roRorvou, nnd wi 1  at tho camo timo substantially luc-rom-*.'  tho fu uro royont.oa of tho Dominion  l**.\r.f.nf^..  Uvn n ftl>  ���������    ,, . -  ...v- j       t.'������ ....r...   ti  The services at the Presbyterian  Ohuroh next Sabbath will bear on the  Easter season, A joint service of S. S.  und Congregation at 11 a to. and- the  evening service at 7:30.  *-iS. A^-Spe^ra wijahes? holders, of tickets  474 and 295 to present samo-at the store  forpayment of $10 and $6 respectively.    ��������� m  . The dance Friday evening drew out  a large crowd, somewhere about fifty  couples responding to the lure of the  splendid music. All had a most enjoyable time. Mrs Geo. Stevenson of  Cranbrook relieved the piano player  who was on the sick list. After lunch  Mrs. Stevenson sang a solo which was  encored. The party broke up at about  4a.m.   Tne nextdance will be on  May  ist.   . .?;7'V',---,  t&ird year. In the case of ora-empted  land there must be twenty-four head of  cattle at the end of the third year.  Another important provision withdraws, from.-.homestead ^entry OHTOU  lands adjacent,to water -powers, thus  reserving these power rights to the  Crow a.  The Creston-Erickson Rifle Association will hold their annual whine  -drive.trad dance in Mercantile Hall mr  Easter Monday, Apr. 13th. Admission $1.00 ladies free. Ladies are requested to bring cake  or  sandwiches.  Let us do your printing for you.  Prlocs right and flatiafaotlou guarauteod  The Creston Review. .?���������-,"  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the freight.   O.O. S.  Married at St. Andrews Presbyterian  manse, Phoenix, E. O., by. the Rev. J,  R. Manro, on April 2nd., EllizRboth  Martin,'* second daughter of the late  Alexander Martin, Shipmaster of Peter-  I head Scotland, to Gordon Staco-Smlth,  eldest sou of John Staco-Smlth, ranoher,  of Cronton B. O.  Rod and Gun for April is  ont witb a  bill of fare designed  primarily  for the  fisherman.   The cover oat whioh this  month is speoially attractive,   depicts a  fisherman holding up to view a 17 lb.  prize salmon trout secured lat>t year in  Algonquin   Park.   Bonnyoastie    Dale  contributes the loading article '-Halibut  Fishing in the  Northern  Paoiflo;" H.  Mortimer Batten a well known illustrated artlole  on ���������"Trout Farming;" and  other stories, and ortioleu folio <v that  desoribo fishing experiences etc. in various parts of the Dominion from Atlantic  to Paoiflo.   Prof.; Edwatd Prince, Dominion Commissioner of Fisheries and  an authority on both fish and game,  writes of "Th������������ Prong Horn������d Antelope  of the  WoBt," ' whloh  iB said to be in  dangor of extinction unless immediate  protective measures are adopted for its  preservation.   Tho regular departtuentH  aro all well maintaiped.  WIND AND COLD HINDER NAVAGATION  aaa/mmtaaaaamaaaaamamammmiaaiiaaatm  Old Minora in tho northeast who huvo beon bourd diHouHSlug weather oon-  dli'ouB havo Bald that fcho winter Ih nlmoht a thing of tho pant, tho houhoiib are  chnnglng and that tho riiow o"f thoir boj'hood dnyn wonld not ho soon muoh by  Uh coming ROimrtHion. .Tnsl as it appcarod thut their prodlcttona woro truo, ro  for an Ihis wlntor In oohoornod, one or tho uiOHt wovoro ������now Btorms nnd bllsizardft  of tho | nst throo yoni-H vi������Uod tho northonnt. StouuiBhip nchoilulOH have boon  g'Oatly upnet oy the cold Hjiuli wiiioli lml������l iliu uui'nv Htc'riuu in ������U Hi.f. i,*i*itj  HleainerH won?several days ovor-duo roachlng port, and all wore ooatcd with loo.  White porcelain enamel wink 10x21, J������'ew howovor woro ho com ploi uiy uuvu.v.J ������������������������������ i!i������'ii-,l������iuH -iidauio? shown !:; tho  put in by EMBREE for JU&OO, or 18x510 ] photograph, taken  m Boatou Uurbor.   Tho ice   no hampered  tho  work  of tho  -.Ul  .     iftW.UV.       "UOlUplUUJ        WUrll  I  YOUR TOWN  If yoa waiit to hear folks grumble  And at   the Rond foreman cusb  and  nwoar, .  Booahao the roads aro full of ruts,  And to uso them takes a "prayer,"  Just koop right on and mako no change,  Lot nature tako Its course,  And Boon tlio only ono to ubo your road*  Will bo the undertaker's horao.  But if you'd-ho the oonter  Of the world'h admiring ga'/o,  Get right to work and build good roads;  ���������    j'ou'ii Hoon mm otiti ii puyn.  For, Instend of traveller* grumbling,  r-i. ... ������;    .*'.:'.....'........ a.  .m ~~.t.f.  xtxisy ts um muou**uu wuiw *������* p**���������"���������"������  And alwaya think of your town  .Ax   *l.v.f..X t..,m.*  .11.1 f  vpipw.  WUttU)   ������'*������'������  *���������>"*-  I .< . .        .       .     ���������   <   r       .  *. . .1.  |l(lU|UU   IrUX MMAUMW   .tHVO)   IW>VM>U||   ������V������ mm.  ....  , t..   .��������� J*    .��������� ., ..I     .       .   .  .^.:^,\f  ......  ..tilfmmm.,.,  lf.0%  -11*.   ..nr.nt.A'1   l\H������l ������rr*1*rh  ul. I  .1 .  I.ft.���������  - -1"  I  .������ r*.,.M   fTi������i..-..-_ ������������������  ���������     m * -Wirt ��������� -������r������������ r*  GETS  H!FLE BULLET IN ARM  While out Ranting Wednesday afternoon, Wm. Turnor whoso fathor is  wall known hewl 0^ tho photographer  loft his rifle affainwbatroe for a minuto  In uomo way the weapon foil and was  discharged, tho bullet entering hin left  iirm cloni** to thn nhonldor. Dr. Henderson dresood the wound nnd says ho  will bo alright with ordinary care but  had a narrow escape.  W. G. MoMorri**., of Vancouver, re-  pr-mpntlng the Nelion Co., naakom of  tho most up-to-date onoyolop������dla of  lo-iiity wiih in cuwii Mormoy. Whllo  in Neluonhe vlsltod hlu pm-antu Capt.  And Mr. McMarrlu.  t~i  r*  ������-m^ |.  Of0>l%ir ��������� vntvmn /stv . .vr.*!. ��������� ��������� mm  s. .   v, ,    ,*.,   ...........   .:.������������������,.f  ���������/.fi.n.lUMW^^  ���������x0%*-mrm mmmmxmm.m * mm Kim\0x*xm**i  ������������������   rv- -*K-������y-r'-__1  *i-5Gft"-  *\  t vms  tititi.ffl  ���������'������������������������ij|  tmmmi**mt*tmmmmm*mmm*mi**tmstmttt ffHB   gBBSTO-f    *^Vl.$Wr%;^-tii.etb'R,:' *. Q.  This Creston ^Reyiefy)  Published' every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  The Review* is the acknowledged advertising mediam of the Creston valley, cir-  cuiatiug in nearly one thousand homes throngiiour. the Creston district r������jjd  r reaching out in a broad manner into other oommnm,:ies. Our advertising rat-as  sre based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary *.. iters' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notioes, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issne  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription, rates $*3.00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest amd the welfare of the community.    Contributions mnst be brief and  - signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  About the biggest problem  in Biitish Columbia today is  that, of the.Oriental. There  can be no question as to the  advisability of total exclusion  of all Orientals and in fact of  most foreigners from this province and from the Dominion  if she is ever to become the  great country which she is by  nature designed to be. And  it seems hardly fair that the  political complications which  have embarassed the mother  country for so long should be  forced arimarilv upon this  young province and finally  upon the Dominion.  The Review feels sure it is  expressing in  a measure  the  idea bf our Premier Sir Richard McBride whose slogan has  been for some time, "A White  B. C." and there is probably  no man more sincere i:i his  desire to see this accomplished than Sir Richard, his political foes to the contrary notwithstanding. Of this we are  firmly convinced that if this  condition is ever to come  about it will be through the  medium of the Conservative  paity.  We quote here an article  from "Fruit and Farm"  which deals very ably with  the problem of the   Oriental:  The ownership of land by  people of alien races   iu Brit-  Now is the time to have T,our  PIANO  TUNED "\  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by  J. A. P. Crompton  -Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowestYprice consistent with  GOOD  WORKMANSHTP  i SIB  !  A.miraPeih  Saddle and  Hkrn������&s  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  1  In the Spot Light  On ihm sfeigscf fc__Rcss th* spoj  .Kg"St ������on xikt nsu who advertises.  Our Cbs-fied Want Ads w31  place you ������r your reads s* tJWilime  light of putfc attention.-  If you Kave notttied^csi^their  jiiu-rjnating power.wS} surprise you..  ���������H  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O.,LL.D.,D.CJL������ President  AUtXAMDBR LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Manager  CAPITAL, $15,000,000     RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000  BANKING  BY  MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank  of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same  careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's  business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as  satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. S24  one  iltf(3-<������a������S*'_-:&e-:'^  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-Hand Harness'  | Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  H.S. MeCreath, Prop. |  Phone 66   *) Strdar Avonuo Box 14 *  .���������S^_*i������3'W������'-3������������*^^  TKTJv ',*i<&x.zi*i&2Xt^^      _i&<&  __.  F-5&4-I- en is r*a  -1 i..ii inM���������^***^���������-������������������  iwaBwsaii.iii'i "M.uum^  asssassaasBBOBD J  THS   HOME  OR   THB  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS,  v     SAMPLE  ROOMS  b"HE BEST AND   MOOT  \   POPULAR HOTEL  IN  THE   KOOTENAYS  Run on strict^ up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled sejvice iu  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to gueMs  The bar is s up plied with  only the best ttniud of  good*-'.  tt  i:  ���������iiwwmnitfujrjurii  _  Porters M*������tt Trninj,  VV. A, HERON,  ,~iflS������____a-tJMffiB������-^^  MANAGER  l������**-."S*<>/^'������-������>-* *���������/(*,���������(��������� -Jf'>-.'*iX.������A"->i-f'  t..l  NEW RULER OF ALBANIA ENTERS KINGDOM  Williantof NVied, the now King of Aih.-nii.ii-oU'vod l.)virrtr/,K * \ii!l\ his wife  and retinue on board a yacht ho leased from th-.������ ljiv.ih.-n lJarriinanns < l" Americji..  He was accompan'ied by a fleet of warships. Tho wlmlo city turned- out to greet  the new sovereign and to accord him tho honor Uno io hi-1-* rank and .to hi ��������� n vilion*  Everywhere were decorations and holiday ooptuin. s. Thn now ktt-g in n handsome man, well l*uilt*, with a ploasant faco and oxpvt-ssion . 'i'h - P.-i'.o' k.-s is it  bright fascinating* woman, fall of ambition, nnd < f a very dt-tt-s-u hurt -lnoactir.  It is a fact little known outside of the family circh-s tlv.t* thc Prini-oss is a devoted spiritnalist. She bas consulted the spirits ns to tho ; futnvc* fa to. of iho new  government experiment and has received ussm-aiu-vs of ovcry kisul of pi-ospority  for the new country. Twenty percent of tho pipul-itiou of Dorr*. '/���������/.;������ die by assassination, hut the average Albanian does not fear death a* nnuh 8s lie fears; a  bath.  o*s  ������tS������vS*S������*S^vSS*S^^������S*S"SS������@*S*Sv^ ���������  Creston Vaiiey Investment Co.  P.KAt.   KSTATK   AND   INSUKANOR     .  King George  Hotel  Block,    4t,h? Street,    CRESTON,   B. O.  THE LAND THAT GROWS  THE BIG RED APPLE.  Now   is    lhe   time   to   get   busy    aud   purchase  Creston   Land,   before   the   rush   io   tlie  66lirnr������flnii<?ail     V  ��������� i - yikuuit a.mjsm.  lilt!   IIIH  ���������*-_���������>._   \0.       *VI������__  Vallnu"  wnnhv  ��������� ���������_**  which is rapidly coming to the front   and proviug  to   be   the   Banner   District   of   British   Columbia.  We  have  listed   for  sale   Choice  Lots  ���������������  Paper  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Ual*omlning,Pii.inttn������, Papi������r-han������lnK    OaiHiiKo audi   p il ������,i ^  JLot mo givo you advice and c'ltimatLoH on your work.     All  work guar  anteod to *3*lvo natiafaction.  *!!*I,J*^~* .^..^...MnM,   |...|  r     r��������� ! in i.-n-i. i-1 ..;...   Br***_l _!3j Or**tt*'a# B    rs fla B)*% rjW| SyttaTyS  fshnrt nn fUrAmr A *t>*    *** th,, (~ViVl Tr>/������.���������1,. <_������-,.^.,  ish Columbia is no longer a  subject for mere academic  discussion. It finds consideration in the report of the agricultural commission; it is  expressed in resolutions at  farmers' conventions; it is of  the liveliest interest and concern in every community  where the Asiatic has made a  real bid for his "place in the  sun."  This subject is becoming  especially acute in the Okanagan where, particularly near  Armstrong, the insidious yellow man has engrafted himself on the life of the community, first as a domestic  and later as a planter and  gardener. The rich black bottom lands of Armstrong,  which produce the fin est'celery in the world, have attracted the Orienial as inevitably  as the honey does the bee.  Here he found a suitable soil,  a congenial climate, a ready  market and an avocation to  which he is accustomed. The  result is a crop, not of celery  alone but of problems that  clamor for immediate solution.  That solution must come  promptly if this province is  to be spared the humiliating  sight so familiar in California  ���������valley after valley of surpassing loveliness and fertility  Church  Notices  occupied by Portuguese, by  Japanese, and by colonies of  half a dozen European  nations, which have displaced  the native American. Experience combines to demonstrate that in this 'matter,  there is no middle o-round  and that the ���������uncompromising'"  policy of our brother Briton  in the southern seas which  has maintained a?" "white"  Australia is the only safe one  to adopt and to follow.  The Slocan Record says  this of the Donhobor situation:  " They are here. They are  free lovers and religious, industrious and pilferers, immodest and virtuous, ignorant  and opposed to education, will  not obey the laws but expect  protection tinder them, will  not defend the flag but expect  protection under it, are good  citizens when  the law runs in  "v .  their groove, and, in fact, are  so much different from the  rest of us that from our viewpoint they are just grotesque  humps on the landscape, mor-  all}'* and menially. Possibly  they,also . may have a viewpoint.  improved .Kancnes ana partly improved from  io to 2o .Acre Blocks. Wild land ajoining a  settlement iu Blocks of from 5 to 320 Acres.  For  full   information   and   particulars     ""'���������  . Write  or  call  on   the  1 TMflN VAS!M INVESTMENT CO.  c;   yuluiwn    vni_.i_.__B    nil l������U llflLH 8    UUl  Box   36   Creston,   B. C.  k>  n-  -V J3'trv T" /~\ -*--������  \^������ ���������V^Ot'U'JLL  I        m  JLtikAJ  1?  1  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests  Cah   c4gain  wi  YOU will make no mistake1  when you get off the tram,  if you sign the.register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The1 rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  /. B. Moran  Prop.  M1-3T1-I OU I ST OIIU llCH  Public Wornhip, 10;80 and 7 :������0 P. M..  ��������� Sunday Sohool and Adult Bitilo OIiihb  11:80 A.M.  Como and you will hoinndo wolomno  Kri'd L, -iii-piintior  i'ilritul-  IMM-MJJYTI-ltl AN   Ul I UllOll  Service every Sunday  at,  11  a. m.  and 7:."(' p. in.  Sabbath School iiL2.:tO p. in.  Adults Bible OIiihh mcotfi every ThnrM-  day evening.  W. d.  Hl.AKK  .Mini:.Irr  .wigr1 *���������*��������������� ^��������� ^"^��������� '*>^��������� ^^~*������g%*������?i^^**sr   *i_5*t_5i>_5?j������rp?*������rj5\2&9^^55-Sv*  Send Your Wanti tolls %  We-Are .Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Commercial   and  to  to  to  ^���������**.v*umm'***^a**4j*^u*sjuaii:.rmrtm0m  mmm  ���������i  Ml  CATIIOl.ld ('IlintCM  Miimn lOrH't  .Honcdiotoiii '1',:H)  Kvorv <lr������f Hiiiidiiv  of thn inonlli.  Kn t hor.loli n 0. M  1.  Sunday School every Sunday i\,(,]i:'M  to  to  *4H//  ring; in Your Order, to the  ON REVIEW  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  CRPQni"'r  ~4     KmS  to  to ���������won unties w it  atea interest  A..  The people of the Valley appreciate what we are doing as evidenced by the  crowds of happy buyers who literally took possession of our store during last week  and in order to show them that we live up to our promises we will continue all  this week and until Tuesday, April 21st, to offer  lL-_ Pi_,_  a et m  n_r  G"  a _  jSsS        B   SBaa  I  We must do so in order to make room for goods now on order,  during which we are offering you  A  A  mbs    afiw  This is no spasmodic effort but a regular and  systematic Closing Out Sale  a &  Upporttmihr  It is not confined to any one line hut includes our Entire Stock of  a    a  Dry Uoods, Mens Furnisnings, Boots and Shoes, Hardware  raniteware, Seeds  and Groceries  T_--  ���������ifl*  n*  We invite you to Read these prices and make your selections early.  f-/  *      i**- * fi_    t**,* ���������     ,���������fnwu ���������������*.  ������    t*  OB  ���������%t#  Window Shades regular  50c now..... ...,40c  ' M0maaaaaa0maama*imaaaaMmmmommaaamaaaaaaMmmaaaa������ia0mamm  Trunks, Suit Cases and  Club Bags at Rock bottom prices.  Lad ies Cotton Underwear   regul.ir 25c  now .......      15c  Prints and ginghams  regular 15c now ......     12c  s**ri***tssMsssm*t*sms******tms*s*msmsssm  Galateas assorted  patterns regular 25c  now ,...,,..      iy}4c  Crepe Dress Goods  regular ���������I7^_c  now.;.... v.. ..      i2j-_c  tt*mmtmt0mmm0*0mmmtmmmm0*mmmi0^0tmi0������^mtmst*������aaitn*t������\     nn**  -Velvet in black, blue and  cardinal      65c now 47%  *mmmmm*mmmm**x0^xmmim*m*mmmmmimiimimmmmmmmiim  Roller Toweling regular  20c now ���������'..������������������ ...\ 2%  vammssx  RatineDress Goods  in blue and  tan  regular 75c now      55c  Sheeting regular 35c  now        25c  Stetson Hats rCgtflar [Sateen in  black, green  .75 now ..$3.50 J and   red   25c   value 17^  mmaKammmaamaamajmmmammaaamamamaaamaamasmmmmmmmmam  Garden Tools, Garden  Hoes regular 60c  now ?     45  Ladies White Silk  Gloves  regular   75c  now .7.. ....;.      ��������� 50c  aawmaamaa^K^mmmamamamaaaammaaaammmammaamaaaaammamatm  Window Curtain  Material regular 35c  now         25c  ms**ss*������m0ma*^*a*m*0*s****ia*m0******Kl**mmi*0*a**0*0*tmm^*mm**m  Men's" fine qualit}-*  Blue  Serge Suits  regular  $24.50 now  ^-75  Men's    trousers   regular  $3.75 and 4.00 uow $2 65  Mens  Suspenders   regular 60c and 75c  now 40c  w*it'*0������m*a*mt*i4mmmmmammmmtmm*m*immmaamK������0m0m0mmm0s*m*mm  Bed Ticking 30c value  at  25c  Ladies White, Lawn  Waists, regular price  ���������1.50 to $2, now...  1.15  Peabody's, Overalls  regular $1.50 to  ���������#2.25 uow , $1.35  Ladies Cotton Hose  regular price 25c  now 2 for      35  wmmmm^0m0m*maiM**mrm*mmim0m0*0*m+mm*mmmim*������0i*mim*-.mun  Children's  Buster  Brown Hose regular  35c now..  ..     25c  mmiimaammmaaamamm*jamamaammmmmaaamaa*ammaamam*mmm  Ribbons,  Laces and  Embroideries   3c   to   i5c  m*mmmmammm*0mmmmmm0mmmammmmmammmmaHam^mammmmamam  Mens fine cashmere  Ho ic regular 35c now  4 pairs for     95  Mens High top Day foot  Logging shoes regiilar  $6.75 sale price  $5,85  Mens Working Shirts  a big assortment all  sizes,  the   former  prices  ranged *m*   JF*  from 1.25*     v^ JT-  to $2, now f\   ^\/0m  on sale V^^^^W  choice for  Mens Horsehide Gloves  regular $1.50 udw 95  White Bed Spreads   : ��������� - $1.75  Art Sateen and Cretonne  Mens Balbriggan and  Merino Underwear reg.s  65c   now   45c     garment  ,mmuam0mmummmaaiammmmmmmmammammmmmK0m0maKmm*B*ai  Uptons Jam 5lb.  pails   45c  Ladies Gun Metal and  Vici shoes regular $3.50  aud 3.75 now .......   $2.45  mma*aaimaaa������amam0mmamai^K^*aaam0m*Haiaammmaauamm* '  Big. line of  Childi*en's  .Shoes,  all reduced   come  in and see  them,   prices  I will astonish you. i  Granulated Sugar  20 lb. sack.     $1.25  1.1 ll.  .1 ������������������   I.    11 ���������!_������������������������������������__���������_._  Christies  Soda  Biscuits regular 35c  now       30c  Canned Peas  12  Canned Fruits       20c  .regular   20c now  15c | Canned Salmon..      I2j^c  ?5^,u-:s_*____e_5  First quality Timothy  S������?ed. per lb       12c  Lawn Grass  Seed  per(Ibv       25c  Mens fine Shoes in Gun  Metal, Vici and Patent,  regular #5.00   and 5.50  shoes now.  $3.90  waaammmmmaammaammmmamamamammaamaaaammtaatamaaaaaaaam  Garden Rakes  regular*  90ci now. '.'.     60  ***aa**am*a*0amaaaB*aaaawa0B0aaiKKaataaaaaavaam*a**aaaim  Paroid Roofing regular  $55:50 roll  now ...... #1.75  aamaaaaamaaajmaaaammaaatHp* amamammtamanat^aaaaaamaaaamaa ..  Graniteware items too  uuinerous to mention  here  all  reduced,    come  in aud see for yourself.  Entire stock of Delph  ware consisting of plain  white and pattern, jugs,  bowls etc. Clearing at  cost.  Don't Put Off Till Tomorrow What IT WILL PAY YOU TO DO TO-DAY  \ ^....f .mmm. . mm m^'.H. .*  ,-mmm, K.niWlnrilHllln���������MWNrWMWTW���������WW  tsmwrntmrrifntrimnmumimmii  wwiow  Your Opportunity  To lay iii a sto<k of Goods  f r ^prinir and Summer uso.  Now, while the Closing Out  gale Continues.    >*������������'.  "open evenings  SSL���������  <M���������__���������k<  "���������"*���������_  .u.  mmmmmSU  Our Guarantee  of good value or your money  returned is backed by our  reputation of eight years of  Square dealing.  **m  -rf��������� *W-.:,-->  w  ?w-  r vji  *$_������  4.T-&  ���������a/-fp>  0 m*  I  *r  g' ���������  mi .-j'i.is-rti^i^j'.  *}..  BEVIEW.  ti^^^rmmmi^*** :'~:-  jo.   -o.  :i?M^l^^M^^ffll^^^^ft*^|iOT    __   __ "ilWHRRinfiF  *gBW0*Bm&m*������gx M_#*#*������_M>__i���������S _i ���������.&.! iioiiipol  7,:r^\^L??'-.-S^:'-.?-.'*afiB^"*:K*  .   .^B^S-f-'Waa- '���������"Si**-    *W ������9 S_F__. __->    ; - uf ." V*^ km0      ear ^S_^ -ssss-  IU  Comprising 125 Acres  GRANDFORKS, B. C.  GUARANTIED HOfyll OROWN  Cellared���������R Dots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established IOOO by the HON. MART8N BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For Catalogue and Prioe list, writ������ to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON,.A������<"������+  a   - _���������.-. m  m I   ^ ���������������__ J*-������ *���������.*���������_ ������*���������*.  *D  XJ.  r\  The  r*  "r^fljr* ������    .#"_  Limited  Are Prepared to  Supply Your  iN-eecis ror  J^ring: Seeding  WEYBURNIN S914  ��������� - __i ���������    "^  The follow clipping was sent to ,us  from Oalgary with a request that *we  would publish it as it might have some  interest to Oreston people. It was  taken from a Lethbridge paper of February 10th und bears the earmarks1 of  having been carried for sometime in  somebody's pocket. .??" '-**  The O.-'p;.B^i>ill8^nd986b00a000 in  traok extensions this year. ������������������  The Lethbridge-Weyburn line from  Foremost to Shaunavon, present end  of steel, is to be linked up in 1914.   *  Double tracking on the main line Will  be completed from "Winnipeg to Oalgary.  Double, tracking 0\\ the mountain  section from Oalgary west will be de������  layed until the Kettle Valley line,  linking up the Crow's Nest with tlie  coast, and thus givinga through southern route, if completed in   ISi5.  These are the main items of the C.  P. R. 1914 construction progauurue for  Western Canada.  ***& XIX   ,(/uVB  evening -wa*3  &om Sirdar^? aiid great waB the rejoic-  pfdek." A most enjoyable \  spent, which would have  been quite impossible had the Sirdar  people not been present. Thanks is due  to all of them for helping us out.  *E. Bofcfcerfteld spent Tuesday in  A full report of the Wynndel publio  Sohool concert will be given in the next  issue oi the Review.  *m**m  !.*'j'-l-l,-.l.-  PED10BEE mtm  IS  __-_   -._ -������ A.  seea  1^ inake It a point to buy the most renaoie  suitable for pur district, handling only reliable grower^ and importers products, including D. -M. Ferry's  Steele Briggs Co., etc., Earliana tomato seeds iu packet  and   bulk.  In garden tools we have several new kinds of  Hoes, Cultivators, Etc^. Planet Jr. Cultivators and  Seeders combined. The celebrated Fieury's One and  Two Horse Plows with Cast or Steele Shares.  Common Red, Mammoth, and White Dutch-Clover  Seed, Alfalfa, Alsike, Timothy and seed wheat. Suphnr  and Lime for  spraying.  I  ill  Limited  gj BitEsP  ail HID  * FRUIT TREES  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  <  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  ���������suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  t  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  ���������  ___T_. ^^5^���������. ���������~~��������� _;_^__ ^_^5_ ___*. __���������^!- ���������___!_. _*____. J*.���������_ i_yii. .^���������__. _���������_~^. -^^t. .___h.. _^5.i. _T^*���������. .������___. -"?*���������**';. __���������-_ .:_?t_    - ��������� n.     .������_  m.  t      Je D_ SPIERS  1^0i" **l   I ������������������'        hm* Iwhw-i' *m* *'������MM>*''     4__d ���������0    fc���������1MWM4    i_M        lW4     \^|^U^'  I LIVERY AND TRANSFER *  Phone 85  ������ Wood for Sale  ���������   DUCK CREEK NEWS  . METAYER  Sri Timmnri'c nlnnk  911    1 IIIIIIBIHI   V   UIUUI*  Will do All Kinds  of Laundry Work  at Reasonable Prices  ��������� Hardy Northern grown atook Of leading varieties propogated from the R. M.  KELLOQ- strain of pedigree plants.  Price per thousand plants $7.50. Fer  hundred plants $1 35.   Catalogue sent  F.BuBili&Co.  Limited ?_  CRESTON       -      B.C.  fs*%    ��������� 4a_-.r-.s-tt/-ir-*!>  XfMA    Actiuypii)  MONRAD, WIGEN  ;Wynndel B. C.  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  liiSlON  Gentlemen's Clothes and  Ladies Dresses  Cleaned  and  Pressed or Repaired at  Low Price  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Bnoinker  Mat Hagen, MacKenzie, Oarl Carlson,  Tom Quaife. Sam Moon and Mrs. Moi*-  ton were among the visitors to Creston  Friday last.  Charlie Morton left on Sunday for  his homestead at Hatton, Sask.  B. Williams who owns a ranoh at  Duck Creek returned from the pass,  after an absence of two years. It .is his  intentiou to improve hit? property* He |  brought in a oarload of furniture and I  household effects also a horse and all its  fixings.  Miss Amy Johnson left on Sunday  for a two weeks visit to Cranbrook, she  will visit her youuger sister Miss Emma  ���������fobiison.  Miss Annie L. Johnson returned from  Nelson Tuesday morning.  E. and R. Uri and Carl Wigen-were  visitors to Creston Wednesday.  Jos Wigen left on Wednesday for  Seattle, travelling via Kingsgate and  Spokane.    He will   be  away  about,- a  UlOuth.  Mr. John Bathie and Harry of Loeo  returned to Duck Creek Tuesday and  Mrs. Bathie and her daughters are expected before the end of the week.  Duck Creek is doing fine 3 new families  iu one week.  The Duck Creek Sooial Club's dance  came within an ace of being a bad  failure, but at the eleventh hour two  handcars containing 15 people arrived  fjRiiSTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  r'ire, Iiife and Accident Insurance  BEAL ESTATE, Etc.   ': '-  rRAIL        -       -.' ���������   B.C.  Hot Cross Buns!  Hot Cross Boos!!  Order Hot  Cross Buns early  x    ��������� AT THE  Gaw^   -EftRt_SrCr-f^y  To avoid disappointment'  Call Barly and See Our  New  Stock of Easter Candies  Our Ice Cream  Parlors  Will  Be Open for Easter  Bread ?5 tickets for $1.00  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINTG REGULATIONS  OVER es YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Head Offices     --,.  CALGAKY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Dealers in  EAT  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  and Oysters  in Season  i  We have the goods, aud  r^..������r������    m*X..0\0.0X  UU1      J>/J. 4%.������^p  are re���������sunabie  1T������J_J !*,_  kJ JtS ������2- J_> kJ  8 forjjrfas-rdC'M and. fa_nac_r^Best  for B.C'soil. See Ca*ale^t������������* fsKt  I  50a1������j.'  i &*M.&xtouiK&& ol Jiuiiiy  andjgerx-lxuit-O--  S-and now for Copy ������r_������  Sutton & Sons.TheKin������s See-dmon  A.<j.Wo������ aware*  Victoria     Si,      Vancouver  eis porr sc        . ������67.������ranviil������������r.  SOLC A������CNTS *M ft!������ITe-SS4 COLUMBIA  ATENTS  MEyOTICE  Application for Licence to take and  ase Water will be made under the  "Water Act" of British Columbia, aa  follows:���������  1. The name of the applicants are,  Wm. H. Reed and Wm. Mather.  2. The address of the applicants is  Creston.  8. The name of tho stream is Lizzard  Creek. The stream has its source in  Rolf mountain, flowa in a westerly direction, and empties into Kootenay Flats  at Wyundel Jnuotion.  4. The wator is to be diverted from  tho stream on the South side, about  flvo hundred feet from the C P. R.  track.  5. Tho purpose for whioh tho wator  will bo used Ib irrigation  6. Tho land on which the wnlur Is to  bo unod is desorlbod ah followa :-���������  Block 12(1.K. V. Lands,  Block I20A, K.  V. Lands, tho north 18.35 -aores of lot  8646 G1 Kootonay  7. The quantity of water applied for  In as followfl*��������� ono hr.lf cubic feet po*  aore.  8. This -notico was posted on the  ground on tho sixth day of April, 1914.  1). A copy of this notioo and an application pursuant thoroto and to the  requirements of tho "Wator Aof will  bo fllod in tho ollico of tho Water Rn.  cordor at Noluou. Objuoliouu nmy bo  lilod with tlio Haiti Wator Recorder, or  with tho Comptroller of Wutor RlghtA,  uliujilf-,   "VJim.oj'h, j>. O.  Wm. H. Hood, W. Mathoi'.  (ApplioautH)  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Aiberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for 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 Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied:for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions 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 f5 which Will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid ou the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agont with s.voiu returuB  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pav the royalty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  are not being operated, suoh returns  should be furnished at least once a year  The lease will ioolude the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may tie  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights, may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an aore.  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,    *  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���������80600.  FOR SALE, BABY CHICKS  S O. White Leghorns $20. por 100  R. O. Whito Leghorus. $23.por 100  0. O. Auoonas $3*3. per 100  Barred Rooks $25. per 1(������0  White WyandottoB $25. por 100  S. O. fthodo Inland Rodn $������7. pc>r jOO  R. C. Rhode Island- Reds... .927 per 100  Buff Orpingtons Ij|i27 .per 100  Can supply Iu 25, 50,   75, and 100 lots.  2uln. ojKira ouch ou oruers ot lift.  Book orders oarly.   AIpo S. O,  Whlto  Leghorn liatohlug nags.  1 P������n "NYO liiMtdnd by OhJUiwaclr V.ciy  ���������5.00 por 18.  "Pon ITo.2ho.idod by Cranbrook Boy  P.00 per 1U,  1 Partridge   Wyandottes   1 ended    by  Provincial Hoy $5 00 por l������.  Winnings for 1913 ���������17 fipccinltf,  and  81  rlbbone.  E.H. SLATER  CRANBROOK  Trade "Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  - Anyone sending a sfeetcb and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au  Invention la probably patentable. Coinmunlen-'  tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for seeurmcr Datonta.  Patents taken tbrouRh Mnnn. & Co. receive'  special notice, without charge, ia ttie  Scientific jntiericati.  ��������� A.' hamlaawely..illustrated weekly. Tjargest circulation or any ncienMflo ��������� ioil���������ial. - Xerma for  Canada. $3.75 a yeart i-outage prepaid. Sold by  J.U newsdealers.  MIINN It fill 3G1Braattwsy. N^W Ynrfr  - ���������*���������<������������������������������������������*_   ���������m**^^*0* _      .  ������*_��������������������������������� w>vam  Branca Office, (25 F SU Washlnaton. TO. C.  PI  nm  lUIII  UIIU  GET YOUR  bsng9 Tinning  Genera! Repair Work  Done by  W. B. Embree  '-HPtf-V   bnfiaCi'./Ti'V'IAM     ' *+P       srmm**.mm\^  ^_.__u   -i-lVAt*At-,iJ|JlVU       W&       'Vfffrlk  j lingers long after the prioe is forgotten.  assey������ Harris  Everything for the  i--Rrrr_ anri  t ������sn*rl-9*m  Bean and Massey������Harris  *    Sprayers  Stackney   and  Massey-Harris Gasoline  Engines.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  Remember we carry parts for Everything  We  Handle  ��������� *���������   Wb    DIh  SBESSS"*'  )T  Accuracy  and  Penetration  "High Power" |  Repeating  Rifle No.425  Lifit Price $20.00  (.aa .uo-ao-.a-i and m  i.iUU'iu  i,U������������ Iteniliminn Aiiio-Lomllnir |  Ciirlrliliri-j.  EDISON'S  ?/A Big OameRifFe that  ViW$   Sure Firo Nollull-H No.  .Inwr*  Onlirr fi������in your D^ulur.   ���������  Bern! for HiiiiiUnmi-ly lllimlrnfetl  IS,- JtllU* CululuirK0.il,  -    0. CtCVciiS Hilll������ ������  IUUI W.f  V.o Hos Nniri,  Cliicopec tulli, Mass;  * ������*      H  aaamwj  !New .. .  Hornless  \ Phonbgraphs \  SELL AT PROM  $45 to $80  You cau buy one on ,-tjm-d \  if you wish  Solo Agonts for Creston  ���������-������������������  ������  HSVttt.'jm ,  Creston D:uir������ RnnkHn. I  o -.-���������   '  PHONE G1  ii  r?l  J      I  Ok  ii  ")JT  r  .���������***������������������������ ���������������**.  MU


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