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Array r������KKJWWSS5S������Bii^SSWW___i   m������m*msm'gisB&^m  (____  ��������� li iVIlin  iS-i4iri^fi  A  Ai,L THE NEWS  oftbeYCRESTpN,  ''    DISTRICT  Mi R6&#; iia feast and Wfc*t Rooteti&V Lfegft to fttefttoii  ������MFi&$&  ������*\*?;x ������������������'<*.'���������  1   *- r^    1    1      I i ^i    b%    ri   V/   I rH   * /? ^ _  _J       ..       "        ,--'. -    ': - ?.   m*mmmmmm**ae0mmK0::i  ^���������3i;?S?fflrr^lSSii,f^  sent fo Aisnr  .ADDRESS  FOB.  $2.00 A   YEAR  ���������iV'Xv*:ifi^y'V^*:?^-s__S  ^r%^!r^igJi^p  is;*������^^i|ip  -.^mm      x-*iy    VI.XJ.      a. js,a.ty*  mmmy.  !*7"ri5sfr7  CRESTON,  B. C,   FRipAY-   MAR.  27    1914  y  Sinclb Copies 5c.  reston   VaVe^ *> l*hrx*t>ts  / I#%1i*y\*4-x>j4  kJF������������e,gB&s.iz*%4  opportunities %for c4griculturists  m  vuLUivi  FUK  if  TK  a���������������  _SH'  PEOPLE   ���������  3, Dear Editor: Did you observe the np  ���������^j>.ir!tiQ_ iu the Western sky the other  ��������� evening in the shape of a huge storage  B-iauazine reaching from Viitoria to  ������ Halifax On the roof was a sign ius-  ficrtbed "Dopciiiion of Canada". In the  ��������� center were two great entrances, one  .ii'-i eacb'sidtTof the structure, and each  o  these entrances were as wide as the  _>? aiylibility to  c������-ihined   bonndflT*ies  Manitoba  S si atchewan and Albert}*  Over the entrance on il-e North  side  w.ts insribed "Iudustrieb" aud oyer the  / -*���������  entrance on the South Bide ' was inscribed ������������������Agriculture". It struck me  w ith some significance that the inscription over the North  entrance  was in  sa  y eliminate most  both employers and employee's appear  in uiostca������e8������t_ have agreed todisag  This  condition;   prevailed   fo*c   "'  time -when afc^fes begiuniug\^&<0un^  cil of the keepers of the ROj5*en key to  this   iaagai5in������j?   decided   197 ^r.tdogjtji'ir  swing shut they doors jo thettntrandTOTJ  this nations structures and n%j^j$m:Jof tliejria^d^^Rilations to which  --"   shut as yon   now see iv^L^S^^1^^^^^^611 subjected from the  ea u Boot as yon now see 11  prevent unrestrained raids on thif  l'O magazine, with bogus values by un  scrupulous promoters und speculators.  As a consequence you have observed,  tint the innocent have and must suffer  with the guilty, until the ra'ders are  weeded out and employers and employees arrive at a most just compromise,  aad ! ata instructed by tha k������-������rpers 0*  tbe golden key to inform yon.thar, then  the key will be returned, the door to  your entrance Of this magazine swusjg  open, when renewed activity for honest  barter (will be restored, in tbe wake of  alwayB follows   prosperity  and  lVllr.,.,,-1 A  **.   ���������   ���������_���������"������������������������*���������- _������.������   %mms\jm   1/   -U   UUV   WVI  ������ iu 1 whioh   ". j  -,���������.VIS- 1 x  WttBI I   J.II.......U UUUVV7XJIT  fin Binguliir.  AU along the wa-ls, occupying every  ivnilable space, cleat- arOuud the build-  <Signed) WHITE  Turning* my gaze to the South side  entrance ol the magazine, I "observed  (except the two entrances)   were inlaid j a panorama of quite different   aspect,  what appeal e I t> be Nick le-in the-slot  '���������umcbhieSt each with the i'mnption "A  Sovereign pie use at d you c&.n have  anything you wuh tor tbe immediate  needs of yours-slf   and family."   You   "Cciokl observe n threat, muliitude of hu-  uui-i beings moving up to tbese niekle-  Kiu-tbe-slot machines from all directions  Vsome on folt. ethers driving or in aut-  unobih s aud after depositing: their suv-  Wgt^ jfetear-ed their stets with apparent  uuui^-Mb u������ vjj-fxi. i/wuui,cui,uuc. x.xx ������ro_r  of the?-or th side entrance to this huge  here you could see endless waving  grasses, grains and vegetaole, dotted  with domestio animals, also seeders-,  reapers, binders threshers, tractions  and a number of other agricultural im-  p'emeutp, some idle, ethers in operation, guided by the steady gait and bent-  back of the toiling farmer." Over in tbe  horizon to the East and "West as a hack-  ground to this panorania you conld see  elevated  on the benches and  slopes of  jJltK'.&ui'C.ia.jo,  chards   in   all stages   of  development  imjg___ier th^^esio^J^L^wM^ of the*  ct������ta+     *������A*������������   **sti-k   si   d-jO    jn^-t������-i*s1^i     tilni}     j-������F     _*������*������_ I   .������'*.k'-^������_.:������. *      fv f ��������������� > 1 -tr*  6but,<-ynu eoU'd.see.douni'e files of in  diis'it.! structures1,' most of which ap'-  .peered 10 b * ldl -its no e>muke came froni  *theirchituii> y*, while a few w^re active  and their produots were brought up to}  tbe port of this great structure, in truck  oar and trainloads atid permitted to enter through temporary openings "in the  great door and  shortly afterwards to  oome out loaded ' with  provisions and  currency iu exchange for manufactured  produots delivered.   The proprietors of  tbis hnppy exchange then proceeded to  distribute a fair proportion of the prov*  ision aud currency to thoir employees,  all of whom had a happy and prosperous   appearauoe.   Another   panorama  revealed itself among, the thousand of  idle human beiugfioongregated in groups  infrontof the industrial stuoturea *vvhere  no smoke ascended.   They appeared excited and with hungry, haggard faoes.  Sometimes those groups collc-ited  and  moved ina body .with apparei, t evil: in-  itent under, misguided leadorB.Trh u uniformed of ficera appeared and uu-itrated  most of their intents.  To the left of this  entrance  was a  bulletin board ou which was ineoribod  ,Uue following:  [      Brother OitizonB and .Foil >vv Iudustri*  \al Workers.   As  your  chosen  finance  initdetf r of   this great xnnd    growiug  f"** uouutry of ours, I herewith present to  you somo of my stowarahlps and observations, during the pusb fiscal year. lam  uwaro that to soina oxtent you blame  uto for tho financial Htriugotioy of hit*,  or in othor wordR, you blamo mo for the  fact that tho door to tho ontrauad of  this maguzl o I ^ closed, hi Bide of which  you kuow then- is stored wealth uud  provision of all description in plenty to  oliminare all your wants; but allow me  to remind you that tbo look, combination, aud key in this portal is, with  .your coiiuouL and tho ojdhoiiL ot till  civilized nations constructed of pure  m������ld bur, withspeciflo gmvlty ns hav������  i������|j- tlio only rollabhi stability to have  v I'lii-Hond thn oiiHlhii({htHor gnneratioiiH  Let mo also intnrin 3011 that, I found  tho key to this look kopt outside of ni\  jni'lHdieUou, nnd iih I'nr iih ������ cun olmt'ive  \*   kopt  in    en-op*������rtiHf>n   hy  "Rnpilnnd,  I observed a bulletin bc-.rd on tho Jjitsfc  side nf the entrance with tbe(following  iiiscriptii n :  Fellow Citiz-ns and noble Bred Pro-  ncers of the human Race: It haa been  my long felt want extend to, you my  1  uible appreciation for the honor and  confidence conferred upon nie hy place  F? Q. DEPARTMENT  !    HAS GOOD YEAR  *, ���������  1 s^the remarkably.efi^oient administration, of the Post Office Department un-  ;*__������������*<*������������___     1   * , ^.deJrHon. L. P.Pelleter is shown by the  "^ffOTSsi^rs^^-" of your depaxtment ��������� ri������,U-..i ���������^~    ....        -.    ^      ...  ;Wl_LO_L_57?to^_- . , AhttUalreport, just issusd.   Despite tbe  A,*��������� m  At *. =-?     ^. __     --    ������Petting������* new offices, the extension  ours, ana let me  asstte   you   that  it    _ iiL .       , -  ������h������iiK        1-1 *&   xx   xi.     _      1 ^^eservice, the establishment of free  shall b/j *41^)0m and efiEort to the  best I ^_rf', mtht*  .,,*..  ���������_ . w j**. a t rfcra! mail and the increase of pay to  OTS**"_"Fst parents were put out  side the gate of the Garden of Eden  aud up to the beginning of the twentieth century. Ik-appears thai you  have been carrying your paternal burden with   superhuman   strength   and  ���������'���������kipt.jitiK'.u    H-ir>rr������ncrli      rtll     ftioao     rranon.  _          a���������           _      0^...������ .  ations withou** the proper acknowledg-  :;!e������i*j by yonr r.tfspnng hot let. nie as-  Rine you that the time has arrived  ���������* hen your rights shall be restored to  you although it is my sad duty t"> inform you that this can only be accomplished by your hearty co-opeiatiuu.  Yi'ur preat*>st grievance must of neces  S"������y bo that wliou yoti iariivo ������t this  portal to deliver your prnvisiens yoa  find the door closed. In other words  tbe finance door to tbis magazine bars  you fr un entering with your goods unless you hnve ihe golden k������y aud combination, the same as that used ior the  Industrial entrance ou the North gide.  This key and combination, my friends  is held by tbe other parties not belonging to your cl-sss and through pelfi*h  ignorance they insist on keeping the  k<y and combination which should  hnve been in yoar own possession and  aud of a -different pattern, thau tbat  most su.ted for their own entrance If  ic should be that yon did not possess  tfre basic substance, so valuable, so permanent and ^so indistroctible from J  which tot construct your own key and  o jm bin it ion as that used by the other  class s, namely Gold then they would  f e pHTtly' jos-fted in causing you thie.  Uimo-yHiH-e; bub to the rouirmy, 3011  j are in4 pos-session of the foundation, on  whioh their gold combination rests and  have its stability, and although the  coveted gold standard is built on this  inaeatiuotiblefonndation,-*whioh according to tho accepted theory by all thinkers is the productive Tillable soil This  being bo, why not eonstruot a key and  combination of your own materia', being so, why hut coiibtruct a key and  combination of you^bwn niaterol, being assured it has a better stability than  the one now  attached to your fluauoe  (Continued on Page 4)  ripe~fruit" locking closer you could  see "MftuhliVHues of iietivi'y going nnd  conning,' li1 o the bustle on a beaten  ptthund-all ndia'ed from the Somb  side entrance of the huge magazine,  till, thoy disappeared from the vision  over in the horizon.  In closer observation for the aim ahd  pnrpose of 'all this movement, you  could observe tbat In the lines on which  tbis activity -worked towards the entrance were individual farmers carrying  their own produots on their baoks-  others used carts, trucks and' traction  vehicle*-, and as ihey approached the  entrance the paths began toorossand  recross one another and that collisions  frequently occurred as there was no co--  operative movement but each was bent  on delivering hie own produots. ?As;a  consequence many had a good portion  Of tbeirgoods spilled or spoiled. s- A. Speers left Tliursdny forNel-  Couiiug up to Lhe portal, they found | son on a business'visit,  lie is expected  the door locked.   The look, combination J to return homo tomorrow,  and key were tho same as thoso on the  letter carriers aud employees,, there  was a surplus during tho past year  of i$ less than $1,777,671. This is a"  record.  Pdst Office statistics are generally  reg^ded as a good index of commercial ^development, and these figures  shojv that general conditions are far  better than one would imagine from.  T jt I>.i4!t_ 1  f-rJ.jl.slyS."*'��������� f  TV==*ws    =-a  create in mail matter carried of 12 per  eentj, ( The total revenue for tbe year  was $12 060,476.  Free i*ural mail delivery, which under the Liberals, was a mere election^  rktti>rviicTa       nni'i*n*>    ���������*,V������io     v������f������of     -*r ******    1*������-������ct  *������"��������� ������������������������������������^-������-y      ,v_~4*..b*q mJm.m'Xmr- |_*"t������'w J **���������*"*-      ���������   ������*������.���������������*  been, wonderfully extended, and has  provfcd remarkably popular. There is  persistent clamour for it from all parts  of th������ country. Up to November ls*t  1,865f routes had been established.  Sincd then the number has been materially increased.  Mr. Pelletier has made a record as a  progressive Postmaster-General He  has given. Canada tfiree great boons.  The first was cheaper cables, the  second free- rural mail delivery, and  the third and the greatest parcel, post.  The -launching of parcels post alone  M will qjtake him a big figure in Canadian  A*.���������fsf\j. ���������**CH**J'   ���������<���������������"   m~t~l " -  *"    -^ S*' -^ ^���������      -������V-  nistory.. -  Parcels post, which was only started  a month ago, has already proved wonderfully popular. It was the original  intention to make the weight limit of  parcels six pounds until May 1, when J  it would be raised to eleven. However  the system has worked so smoothly  and so Bucceasf ully that the limit has  been increased already to eleven  pounds, which has resulted in greatly  extending the usefulness of the service  to the general public.  1H8-ACT DRAMA "HIE IHE  CLOUDS" LOCAL ACTORS SCORE A HIT  last act the large audience waa deeply  interested then surprised and lastly  enthusiastic, setting the seal of their  approval by rapturous applause.  So many people voiced a wish to see  it again that the management decided  to put it on Saturday evening also and  although the crowd was smaiier it  also was very enthusiastic. Following  is cast of characters:  Above the clouds, a drama in two  acts, and which was staged Friday  evening by a local cast of eleven characters, took the town by storm'and to  a record house played one ofthe biggest hits that Creston has known for  some time.  From the time the curtain-first was  raised till it finally deoended on the  Philip Ringold, "Crazy Phil," a Mountain Hermit, Mr. B. B. Staples  -Alfred Thorpe, A City Nabob, Mr. F. Staples  Amos Gatt-Obd, A Country Gentleman, Mr. Campbell Dow  Howard Gaylord, His Son, : ". Mr. D. Ij. Allen  Titus Turtle, A Gourmand, *... Mr. A. Palmer  Ourtis Chifsiak, "Chips in the South'' .' Mr. H. Leonard  Nat Naylor, Thorpe's Protege Mr. A. L. Dundas  Grace Lkoalls, A Young Artist Miss M. Cartwrlght  Hester Thobne, Gaylords Housekeeper Mrs. F. Carpenter  Lucy Gaylori>, Gaylords daughter Mrs. O. Attridge  Lucretia Gerrish,  "So Romantic"  .Miss G. Cartwright  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Clarence Pease spent Sunday morning at Duck Creek.  Miss Anna Hagen was home on Sat  urday afternoon returning to Crfeston-J  Sunday. t  Mrs. Pease and all the little- Peases  spent Sunday afternoon and evening  at Duck Creek.  Boad work, started here, on Monday.  FINANCIALLY CANADA  ttnajM I). S.  Canada is to be congratulated on the  stability shown, during the  period of  depression and financial stringency cf  the past year.    When compared  with  the situation .in the United States this  country presents   a cheerful picture.  Mat Hagen  has a gang of thr^ ^eKJ Tfe^^ Jia^lK_^s������nne= unemployed  in  renairina ths rokd about a ___*$-__ &*%&&%/^nrthfc-g   like  what have  North side but for those being able to  produoe a sovereign a wicket was opened admit dug the farmer with his load  Inside tbo door he was confronted with  runners offering him a lump sum for  his load,   or he could  wind  his way  through a labyrinth of lanes and alleys,  leading to the c**nt**M*# of *he different  departments   wh������_-    : -   i<iodo  wore,  handled,  and   obtained   ialL   market  price for tile mmm*.   But needless to saj  05 farmers out of a hundred prtforrer  to .tako tho lump sum rather than huu  up tho  counters of  these* department)  in suoh unfamiliar surroundings.  Jfor tho groat majority of fdnnors'uii  ah'o to produoe tlie aoverign, wicket  in tho groat door woro opon just ouougl  to allow Mm to pitoh hts goods throuRh  and In exchange a tlokot waB thrust out  on yvhioh was  written, Go homo, prb-  duoo moro uud   como   buck, will pay  lator.  .Another phenomena was observed,  qulto a tospootabl? number of farmers  drovo up to'tho gate and mystoriously  disappeared, farmer, cart, load and all  without rotarn to his field of occupation. Looking over on the Nonh nido  of the bn-llding I. wuv nevcral rldrri', trot-  Fiaueo nnd llullund In my hnmble I ting out from tho ontraiioe holding on  offnrt to have thu koy returned, so n������ to | to tho ends of ouo or more lassoes witb  The Literary and- debating Society  of the Presbyterian Church will hold  their regular fortnightly debate on  Wednesday evening next, April 1st.  "Resolved that tho wrrjdis fist." The  affirmative will lie supported by T.  Midford and Rev. V7. G. Blake ������i*'d tno  negative by E, Sparks and A. &.  Dougherty..,- As this is a i question  wlilcli will admit of considerable controversy And as tiitji v?dobatorS are  ,iearly all promi������ienj)';^ri local cduca-  otial ^rclo's,'r b^ero";y'I's no doubt the  lebate will bo jhterostiug from ovory  standpoint, .A short program will bo  rendered.  li. y. Hov n has brought in another  Ford oar this weok and now that, the  winter is practically over wo wil' expect to hoar tho hum of th motors hh  iiie automobile, squad gots busy. The  now machine is of tho Hill model and  a very fine liiacliluo, wltli all the c1*h-  Liiietivo features of this inorit popular  maehino.  For Sale Cheap���������10 acres? "improved  Dipck 88 K. V. Land, First class 135  8? year? old year trees, Shook. 1 mile  from Creston A Snap Free grazing  flats J. ROWLAND Notch HUl.  The library has teon' romovad , from  the telephone offltoe end is now in fhe  Rtoro of Frank Jackson.  Let ns do your printing for you.  Prices right and satisfaction guarautocd  The Creston Review. :'  ��������� 8oud for our prices on furniture, we  pay tho freight.   O OS.  repairing the rood abont a ������Jn__fcaa* vs  ������ti������ile -wjBst .ol J_3ckrJDyee_^ i ^  " O. J. Wigen  was a  Creston .caller-j  Tuesday.  Ail the signs of Spring that were so  evident at the beginning of the beginning of the week are looking .JtnightyJ  si.ik now.  The Co-operative Fruit Growers,  Association of Wynndel, B C. will  hold a meeting in the Social Club  house on Sunday Maroh 29th at 4 p.m.  Important business re sprays and  fertilizers will be discussed. *  E. Butterfield was a Oreston - caller  Thursday. /~ r      ,.  WEST CRESTON NEWS  Petor Andestad of Duck IfJrook, was  n visitor" to our town today?';"?? ���������:,"-.  ���������  ������������������   ''  "YY       .:���������,'..\-i  Mrs, W. Koron and daughter Nolllo  loft Monday for "Spokatio for a shorb  vlslt..,;v .    .'��������� .*."'  Mrs. P. B. Fowler and family loft  Hntnrdny to join Mr. Fowler at Fernie  where they will In tho future reside.  Setting   liens  Oreqtou Rovimv.  wanted.    Apply   to  swing open the. door of this portal, thnt  you may b irtor your produots it. was  obuarvud that somo uuHorupulous and  money .in ad uinnngorn of industrii>p and  private eutorprUfH inflated their p.o-  iluotswlth   bogus   value and   without  rcufriiitit;   ' lmrl.*r������H       tbnlr   ' i������fio^lr.      |M  exohango for Knauiuo valuo with- tho  pub io cUtht* llibiilo uf   MiU Mieitt ipilgit-  Kino, It.WfinnlNo olmerved that mme  laboir agitators woroquarrcllng with th**  "omfit '-jiern  of  1 iho*-     nnii   n������riin.-.~|. ri',\  tho otner ond round tho nooks ot ono or  more of tho fnrmorn who hnd disapponiv  oil. -fuming my guzo to the bucks of  tho riders I could rond "Implement  Agonts." Thoy all rodo with thoir nub-  joots tn  ohargo up   to  tho  groups ot  V-toI'M *****   x.    ���������        ���������      ,  Itrt r* t*r*'v A  ���������"���������'r������r������**"' *���������*������  _*T*fl        *?f^l_!     "**A* ?*rt*������������i'<  releanod tho lasso from tho nook of tho  Htupifl-'d funnel- nud dinappeared from  vlow.  Uotracing my  uorullny  to tho South  Musical Kindergarten for boyn and  girl*. Next term begins on Wednesday April 8th. Mrs, Cioiupton oan  only take a limited number ol' pup Ih  "infills diss, so pleaao make your ip-  pltculiou as soon as pmisible, l^eeijl.uO  per tei-iil of ton I.u-kijih.  I  ������IMn*" (iiitmtmifif.      f   0il\t*r.vi'nit    m    V������11<v������l������  many oases lustlfied in tbelr t-nrinvannoi-, 'board on tho East tldn of tho entranca. I o^>*.!,>r>   i?   ft  Mlnnnors stands   for qua Illy.  bnniHo t-boti-'anrvflof/v-A V.r\M������   f\n)i\  1 m*f.l0m f. r*  Wo  F. M. Dean, of the Ford Co., Calgary  was lu town Wednesday, doing busl-  uot- w iih the local roprosontativo It.  8, Bevan.  R. S. McCarthy and A. W. Ross, of  Vancouver, Inspectors for tlio Canadian Bank of Commerce, aro in town  for a fow days going Into tho affairs  of tbe local bank.  Whon vou want vour noxt job of  piiiitliig done, no mutter what tho job  in, bring It to the Review office.   We  nmrttr������*nnf*o     ������.    n*.������-i   ������st*/.^     f^t*.     ***���������**'%   V-������*-������  Mr. Logan was a caller to Oroston  one day thiB week.  . Jack Stephens and George Seymour  have been busy tbis week putting in  improvements by building a fence on  Golden Glow Ranch. ,,    '   "  Matt Mooro took advantage of tho  snow and came to the  oity this week.  Fi*ank Tompklua is back to work  again after Ills.vacation.   ...Y  Maurice Gilbert is hauling hay for  Huscroft Bros.  William Timms and John Williams  of Port Hill. Idaho are going to work  tho placo of .tho lato Gus IJooho, they  are going hoavy to cabbage this Summer.  The Ferryman Is busy gjrowlng a  crop of alfalfa on his chin thlo Sprlnpj.   __^|. ti  Church of England Services for Sunday March 20th Creston; 11a.m. Sim-  day Sohool; 7;30 p.m. Evensong aud  Address. Erlckeon 2p.i������. Erickuon  aiid -jMblvertn. Tuesday -1st. Martth at  Sirdar 8 p.m. Evensong and Address.  Preacher,  llov. K. Bull.  Mrs. J. B. Miller and family, who  havo resided for some tlmo at Pinchor  Crook, returned to Creston Monday.  be*_-i*.th������s? I/nit^ Stat^^-Ofowsiaiidr  is a city of about the same size as  Montreal, and when conditions are  noted'in the American oity it will be  recognized how much better Canadians are  under  similar conditions.  Cleveland's unemployment figures  are difficult to obtain, but they probably are somewhat less than Detroit's  ���������perhaps 40,000 wouh} no be below the1  mark:  "This is the worst winter that we  have bad in'CleveJand'fiitfoe 1008.'* said  Jas. F. Jackson, director of the ?Assp-  oiated Charities. The destitute of  Cleveland will cost about $90,000 thiB  year, of which more than $36,000 is being spent on food, clothes, and shelter.  "This month is the worst February  that we have experienced in six years,  and I don't think things will get muoh  better for some weeks yet, probably  not before tlie middle of march at any  M-teY.        ,; :y"-.  "Tha iron, steel, and other big employing in dustries have been laying off  thousanda of men, and with many of  them this is jUMt about* the time when  thier credit is beginning to run out.  When certain $4 and |5 men are laid  olf that mean that they will compete  for $2 and $8 jobs with tho lowor priced  men, and that makes conditions of distress even more- acute.  V'-The 600 families that are our hands  are all local?onos���������no transients. A  fow months ago the factories had to  run short handed, because thoy  couldn't got largo enough working  forces. It's a sadly dlfforont tale now."  No suoli conditions prevail in Montreal. And this state of olfrlrs < ta ?' in  Olovoland in ap'Ite of the Domocratlo  tariff tinkering. Lower tariff in the  UnitedStat^lr-^Wor^asod tbe num-  ber of uneuipluji-idd huts nut decreased  the coat of living and haa decreased  the rate of wagon. Canada, when suffered to any oxtend In the period of  worldwide depression of the post Vear,  A. E. Roso, of Lothbrldgo, who represents u. ut. uann as Co. was in town  W������lne������day.  ���������Tho C. O. S. of Oranbrook is lolling  Twvw VtmAx ������.>t*-Thi mrnimt-tmrnmrn m*%A mr.mtmim   0i*m  The Review haa a complete atook of  nnrvMr rtn   Wntxf Mn<*)   *������ ml������*>,������������,������   **% ������wtn^l..  * ' *  -m '       ���������>���������....-...  uom to do your printing for you on  short nctloo.  r  ���������ii  n n r   qfr������w*mira nw ������ mbboo-/  I fvx.twmta s, rtxsxrv a������nr������������*iiiii*������  i-J-^tiU'hA  fill  ft  iiiiiiiMiiiiiiM^iiift-lii������iiiiiw_  rMtt^U^^M^^jy  KU|J| ;-g^^-*_������CTirTj.,_.wiW^  *" *':" i...  L I..     -,  I T-   * '     -  ���������*  S5B  .-ii-.3^"-;.'������������������>%'.  ���������______"JI-!,J ," ," ..*"IM?J   .,.'., ��������� Hi ���������' '.ill In i liu ii 11 iii  ni i ijiiimi. ���������in, !mi-������i_.-**'*ii--iii_ii-i.������iiiiii-w^  ":   YYr-"'^'-^  li'/l^rr*--..**^*,:^  -jyu?eft_y_jv^  '''���������;^7--7rr*..7-i;|'**rr^;rj-iri  ti'ti:^ti0tititi:ti^titi:tititi' Y? ?  ?i...Y;  -#I  ���������**rt ������h  UU  til  lOUT  'YV^-*'w.n-.?.  fi a a m ft fi fi aL in m nft-  *ra _| __ ������ a_ ������?* ta m m  mm aa -_r__W  77k Creston ^Ifemkfa  Published every, Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Pub: n-ning Company, Ltd.  The Review is t������eaefcBOw!edged adyeriising n edium of the Crf-ston valley, cir  culating in nearly one thousand hcuu'es throughont the Creston district and  reaching out iu a broad uiauner into Other VJummuiarv-s. Our jidvertinintr ratet*  are boiedOU the scale of the Kootenay sun* Boundary _.. -**ers'Btxtrd of Trade.  LondnnTOhafeaud^and leaKonptsices, $7 f^wtiifutoiy time. Displav adver  tisementB,$l per inch per nVivntH; other advertising IO cents per line first i-sne  and 5 cents rjer line iu-tueeeedinir weeka. Subscriptii in rates $*������ 00 a year in  advance. Our columns ajre ,op������*u to contributions dealing in matters of local interest ahd the welfareofthe cou niunsiy. Cnntributions must be brief and  signed?:  A. B. S Stanley  Edtt������vat>d Manager  W5  The Doukhobors should  move to another Pitcairn  Island, or else obey the laws  of this country. Too many  colonels spoil a regiment, and  it is hard to serve two .wastes.  The:Douks will have to follow Pete to some other laud,  naked or otherwise or else  obey the laws of this province.  We would soon lose our flag  Jf rebels, religious and otherwise, were; permitted to do as  they pleased. Kip tlie leaders  and the trouble will soon die  ont.���������Ledge.  MORE   GOOD  LEGISLATION-  Once again the Borden gov-  eraine*** wtfuttn in the keeping  ot its promises to the people.  In tlie r^lw������iy ^���������consolidated  bill introduced in the senate  yestesday by senator Lough-  eed there iff evidence most  positive of the govcrumcuta  determination to legislate in  the   interests of   the public  the. corpora-  rather thau for  ti.ons.  It is impossible to grasp  from the summarized report  an, adequate idea of its scope,  or of its far-reaching effect  when put in ' operation. Enough is shown, however,'to  give assurance that under it  the people will have far greater consideration shown them  than has been. It is also evident that the government is  determined to simplify as  much as possible the procedure in all dealings with thc  railways, and after the bill becomes laws the railway commission will become a more  ever important body in this  country.  It is not to be suppose this  consolidation of the railway  act Will be permitted without  protest from the railway companies. That they will be  stubborn in their resistance is  not, however, likely. The  Borden   government   iu  its  @2__^^A"_-^Y-_-_*  ���������*J  ?  ***fSfii������  ^Mk^&fc*mM>md&mmddk*  BIG LEAGUE    BASEBALL   MAGNATES  Left to right wo Imvo hero John Toner, Presidont of tho National Lonfcuo, Aiifrant Horttnann, tho Pros!-  dont of tho OinolnutU Bapoball Club and Chairman or tbo national Baseball Oomlsslon, and Oharlei W, Murphy Presl-  dent of Chicago National Loaguo Club.  ���������SKSfi  ���������dealings with the railway has  t>o lux sh<o>\vii a tU-spositiou to  be einiueaitly fair, and there  is reason to believe theconsol  idated actin operation the railway authorities will find that  their position, while limited  iu some respects, will on the*  whole be better for them from  u Btrai&ht business standpoint.  *s*m***mi mmtdm*������mm������  T*in Neconrl Annunl Meeting of tho  OradunleNiu-R-H'Association of Jlrit-  ish Columbia will bo hold in Victoria,  B. O. this year on April 10th, and 11th,  Easter Mpnday and Tuesday. Thoro  will bo moi'iiUi-rund afternoon sessions  ou tho uio iui iy, und niornig session on  Tuesday. Tho Meet ing will ho held in  tho Bont-room of tho Y, W, 0. A.  Building. Monday morning will bo  taken up enth-uly with biiuiiiOSH, and  h uno good papers have bavo beon arranged  for thu othor sessions.   Tho  Victoria Nutwds* Club will hold their  Annual Ball mi I'uuiii.h-.y (neuiuy, tlm  11th, April to whieh all Mem bars and  Detonates are Invited.  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  CRESTON REVIEW  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINIG KEOU-  LaTIONS  Ooal mining rights of the ,Dom<nion,  in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Al'-erta  the Yukon Territory, the North "west  Territories and iu a portion of the Pro-'  vince of British Colombia, may beleased  for 'a term of twenty-one years' at  au annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more tbnn 2,r>(>0 aores will be leaded to  one npp'Joant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applioant in person to the.. Agent  or SubrAfEeut of ihe distriot in >\ hich  the rights applied for me situated..''  In surveyed territory the land must  lie deRorih'-d hy ri o.tions, or lo^al sub-  d visions of ueotiouH, and in uuHurveyed  lenit ry the tniof. ������m>iied tor shall be  ���������ititked out by tho npplieanr hiuist-lf.  Each application tem-t .'Haeenmpanied  liy a feeottJiS wnieh wiii lie lefunded if  >he rights npnlted fur are nut available  Mlt not otherwise. A royalty Fhiih be  mid on tbe liierrhn.Hudle output uf the  mine at the rate ol Ave ciii'i* per ton.  The person 'Operating Mie mine shall  furnish the Agent with ������ nm -roturns'  rieeuiintiiii* fur tli fi full |iiiiiuit,v ot mer  eliiiiitiiuie eon! mined and pav thn my  .ilty there-m It.iho nihil uiittlng rights  are nut, being operated, t-'ui'h: reiums  Mhnnld be lumiid-ori at, leap', once it  ��������� ear  The leiitiu will itieiude the onn) uiiu*  ing rights only, but the lessee" mny' be  permitted to nuruhtiso whntevor nvail-  ab'o snrfaoe rights may be ooniiidbrod  nooAHBiwy for the woiltiug of tho mine  at tho rate of $10 au aoro.  Vov full information oppliofttibn should  bo made to the Secretary of tho Dopurtmont of tbo Interior. Ottawa, or to anv  Agent or Hub-Agont of Dominion Lands  W. W. OOHY,  Deputy Minister of tho Interior.  N.  B.���������-trnauthorised pnbllnatlnn of  *bi',.l,Avortt,*eino������fc w*" ������Pt bo PftW for.  -80000  SUTTONO  lgi*0**ak. M^Mw*_ tl  Mil    I '    ^*l*HHlkL  for garden oudfa-riu cirobost  forli.C.aoil.Soo C_tolofluo* for  solid cfunrrmtoor of purity  and uorraincitio-t  Sond now fo������ Conv froo  Sutton 5Scns.ThoKln_t'3 Soodmon  R������������i������3^n4������" Bnj2l<������yi4  , A. J.Woodward  ������I6 "**orc at. 66XOrani/ltl������ ac.  gOtl A1INT- rOM ������KITI������H C-l_MaiA  ���������'���������***������  f .���������  '   ""71.       ''  ''.������������������;.i7..J.,miH,., na-.*.*:....,.j....:,.,.,.,*..*.......,.*.**.,,,   ~l,miii������..ii.,.,il. Hhn   llllll     i ,in,i mi ill ������������������������ Iinl I llll I Miliil������a)illllliilllllll>IMIIIIIIIIII<l������<MWiwiMII*l^^  mmxmmmmtUt* '������i j_-������"j '���������ys.v' 'ft1 ���������'*, i,v 'j  ,   <1       r-  >V  ft* YEW?7**  WB^������aOTjREVIEW,  ,,.������������������?.,,��������� ,.,...f    ���������    ��������� j-l    j -���������   .,   ���������   ..mm...,.,   ,     i      | _^TT"      ������  *W������*M  *;a  I   -���������?  ���������V       ^n-    i������"   >*        f  H- v>  ������ -i  afiB  liard en  ni..__L<   riuiiiuiijgy  . Canard  UUIIOIUI  GET ,Y������TJ*J_  IflV     I  Done by  AN AMERICAN IN" MEXICO  iNelson O'Shaughnessy, American Charge D'affaires atMexico City.  Phephotograph shows O'Shaughnessy, engaged in a little game of golf un-the  kinks at the Mexican capital.  GUY   LOWENBERG  GQV8VU2W&   rBSGIKSES  RESTON      -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -       -       -   B.C.  pOw" is tiic tiiiic iu have your  PIANO  TUNED  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by  L A. P. Crompton  Employ your own townsman  kll kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowest price consistent with  GOOD  WORKMANSHIP  'A  trape  9 Harheas  Repairing  *"* A SPEOJALTY  Dealer in   higlf/cjass *  boots and saoes.!>/  In the Spot Light  _���������_!_ ..r5?^!^^--^^^5^;a?j*,^4ps,'i  _  THE CANADIAN'BANK  OF COMMERCE'  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $13,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, 'are a safe, convenient  .aud inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money.   These  ��������� Orders, paya:ble?without charge at any: bank in Canada (except in  f the YukonTerritory) and inthe print ipaLcities of the United States,  r are issued at, tlie folio wing rates :  -ti.. ?-��������� ?  ?7'S5and;imder^"7;'-.?Yr *".���������'?" ��������� '���������',:. ?'  3 cents "'���������'���������������������������'������������������>''������������������'-  Over Sand notexceedincr$!0   ? .        6  "     10       '*��������� ���������"   ,        39       .       10  ���������'30'':    m.^.-v..-- ������������������*������-,, y 7 .::'50' "-'-;'"??:_5  REMITTANCES ABROAD  Bbonld be made'by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN. "DRAFTS and MONEY  ���������ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates.   ,      , ?   . SZ8  ������������  u  sssees&a'fts.'ft  :!t-e������&������ee**(?ii������-!ets6������ '^-seioeeec^  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters ou Hand  ;*.   TEAM 'SLE'rGHSv'?:^  Harness, Single and Double and Suppies on Hand  ���������Several Sets:.of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and quiter������ COAL FOR SALE  HvS,McCreat^h  Phono 60 Sirdar Avonuo Box 14  ������*<**'������-fi'*'������&^  TOO  wUCH  WHEAT  LOST.  Improper Cutting and Shocking Result  tn Unnecessary Waste.  A great deal of wheat is wasted by  improper methods of earing for the  grain,after it ls cut. Careless hands  easily inoy waste more than their  wages during harvest?  The "binder man'.' shoul- be careful  ia driving so that he may not -*cu*e and  cover" or leavo strips of uncut wheau  as be drives across tbe field.    Many  carloads of wheat are lost in Kansas  every year by such poor driving.   Be  careful  when cutting the bacKswath  also.    Many grajn raisers think that  the backswath Is not worth saving because of small heads,  and they frequently do not go to the labor of cut-  tin*,' the wupnt*- nUn-rr thc edges of the  Held    While it Is true that the heads  frequently are not so well, developed  . as the heads* farther out in the Held,  the baekswatu always should be cut  i   Wheat  that  is  cut  with  a  binder  shouid   be   shocked   In   medium   size  shocks, which always should be capped  ���������with two  bundles^    It  pays  to  cap  liwheat shocks.    Break the heads and  , butts of the cap bundles beforo tbey  are  placed  pn  the shocks and  tben  place them at rigbt angles to one another... Smooth and settle them firmly  In place before-you leafe the shock.  'Pick up all the loos-/ wheai near the  shock, and if there is enough to make  ������ree  The satisfaction of work   ivell   done  liu eers long after the price is forgotten.  I  MiffeS   ^p������Qs ii������  Ihftf&l I  ���������_r^f*������^rti  i      o ft-  nfill___-    KM.  LIB  Wisi������-_f   ���������***���������  uy.  Llmltod  B.C.  CRESTON  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOU-  ' VER; EDMONTON  THS   HOMB  OF   THS  TRANSiBNT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS'  THE BEST AND MO  #     -V  TmOE  =3  - Run oa strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service in  all departments. Kitchen  staff > (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s applied with  j   only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  Wm A HERON,  MANAGER  Pe hrs in  \     MEAT  wholesale and Retail  -**-"  gTAJOS shswheat as book as _c i������ cubed.  ^������ven a SnJa!L,s!?&. Bundle :bi_d ft by  ���������hand." 'It'there^la ribtr pul It invt_e  shock j>etween-a  couple of  bundles.  .If any of the cap bundles are blown  off the shocks go over ihe field carefully and_������)ut them back.v  j   When the wheat la cured; ana ready  (to, stack, stack" It' lIt~*jtiever pays, to  wait  for a  thrashing machine  tbat  ���������"may. be here tho first of next week."  f*Ther������  is  not ,mueh   labor  saved   by  thrashing t from   the   shock   anyway,  jwhen' the wasted.ttme_Lof_tbe _hands  "when ibe .machine is stopped"Is considered, and it never pays to' let the  wheat stand in the shock after It Is  'ready to stack.   Too many things can.  'happen to tbe machine.  1   When the machine does come get  [some men that have some Intelligence  'to pitch tho grain into the feeder.   If  -'tlio grain ls fed Into tho machine with  the-heads first in a steady, uniform  rate the concaves of the machine can  be tightened' up so the wheat may bo  knocked out of the heads better.   Tbe  Bruin can be separated-If om the straw  much  better also if the  machlue Is  carrying an even load all of the time.  'And. finally, have somo whent haulers  thnt can get that grain to tbo bin without leaving a -trail  of  grain  behind  them.    Most, haulers don't have that  ability.���������Kansas^Industrialist:. ? . ?  !'��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� * ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������ ���������'��������� ci ��������� ���������  I*-"- ;-   .:...,?;.'��������� .���������-������������������:���������������������������';���������������������������������������������.< ���������:;.*,. a.  *      PLANNING vyOBK AHEAD?-   ���������  . *  Byorythlug on the farm can-  not bo run with the precision of  clockwork; but iho built of tho  work should bo planned in advance, making allowance for  changes whlcb may become accessary. Keep your ldons ahead  of your work. Mako tbo brain  * help tho muscle.  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  <JT*A ���������ncicf/ii***  in Season  ^������^������SSS^S������^S<?*SSS^SSS*SS*S������I������#  We have the goods^and  our prices are reasonable  Creston Valle^ Investment Co.  Beai. "Estate and iNsrrAKOE  King George Hotel Block,   4th. Street,   CBESTON",  B. O.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  Nov/  Creston  is   lhe  Land,  time   to get   busy  beiore  the rush  lo  and  the  purchase  "Wflndppfi!!  fpacinn  ii unuufi iui     ui Uuiuil  Jfanav"  v uuujf  Oa  OVER 88 YEARS'  SXPEHIENCE  ^WPR^  S������"T!  hade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &e.  Anyone sendlnij a sketch and description may  ^utg'tly aacertuln our opinion free irhotUer aii  .iivciiUon is probablyvatentable. Commualca-  -onsatrlctly ccufldei-lel. HANDBOOK on Patent*  *%_&-*: ViSl? ?B2l3iiaUSSSF&U!*S&^  fycciai notice, wutaoat charge,, la tba ^     ���������>   -  Sckniific Jlmcncatt.  A -liandwmely illustrated -weekly;    largest dr-  y eolation or-any  edentlflo joiirnttl.    neruia  tor  Canada, $3.16 a year, *ostaga prepaid.   -Sold by  ill newidealerg.  Bmncb OtBoe. C26 WSU Waahineton. to. O,  r*>ir 'f-"**-i. iv  J*~.  Church Notices  ^METHODIST CHURCH  Publifo VV orship, 10;80 and 7 -80 P. M.  Suuday Sohool and Adult'Bible Glass  11:30 -It  Oouie and you will be made welcome  ,' ' Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday at 11 a. m.  and 7;$0 p. m,  Sabb.ith School at 2:30 p. m.   -  Adults Bible Olass meets every Thurs-  lay evening.  W. G. Blake  Minister  jvOATHOLIO CHURCH ?  ^MoSSiiO'jgO?: ??'? ''':'.??;7'  '���������?; Beudjifqtoi n 8{80  ���������Every flrst Sunday of the mouth.      ?  Father John 0. M. t  Sunday School every Sunday,at _:S0  which is rapidly coming to the front and proving  to  be  the   Banner  District   of British   Columbia!  ���������Sg       We "have listed  for sale  Choice Lots  ^  BUSINESS AND   RUS^pgHTlAL  S       Improved   Ranches   and   partly improved   from  g   io   to   20   Acre  Blocks.    Wild  land   ajoining   a  g^   settlement in'Blocks of from 5 to 320 Acres.  "���������*���������"������������������       For  full information  and   particulars  Write or call  on 'the  fWOTfHi i/ni 1 rw lais/reiyryr pn  UIILUIUIl  fftLLLI   IHILOEI-LIII  bUi  Box 36  Creston,. B. C.  a- -     r. j?     5l.  i**tji"i������**il' 'I'll  M  Creston  Y  J The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit   Belt  Our   Guests  Cah   cAgain  'OU will make no mistake  when you get off the tram  if you sign the register at  the preston Hotel. ^ Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study.;, the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished-in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  I "B* Moran  Propa  rmaaaaamam  ^M.   Ami^.   _D    ' - B   SB |i|j|gJH^k ^  Vw 311   P0J30r  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  mmmmmmmmmmxmm  CnlsominlnK.>t! >ii \K,'Pi-^iRdj"^jlVf OarHagCuudld ni t,l 1 { ,  Lot mo givo you ad viae'und ostlmatos on your work. All work ima**  autood l,o ���������jflv'VH������i,(,)HfH->tjrtn.  ��������� '  ������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ft**  U.H%)_I   I'   |f     *'    ' leaf?'|J.fjj'^f ffj  **s1li������.������\   nn   O J,-,-!:. ..  vniiuun ���������  maaaammmaaammi  ,  X,  V  V,.,  tu. iiie v/Iu i uoic iblot'e  tl*t������r mmmxxtmmxx   .... ������������������������.-������...   -  I  SEASONABLE POULTRY NOTES.  Rotnovo all tho raalo birds fiotm the  flocks, kooplug thom soparato until  about the flrst of tho year.  Now ls a Rood tlmo to buy now  blood. Hy placing an order at this  tlmo n hotter selection can bo hnd.  ; Oot rid of nil tho surplus old hens,  This will bo a savin, tu both food and  liouao room.    Tho fro winy* stock need  that.  Plow tip tho empty duck runs and  ������ow ryo in them. This will dlslnfoct  Jthom and also g*row valuablo atroon  ���������tuff.  j Tho nights nro becoming cooler and  tho days shortor, nil of which tends to  (put now llfo In both tho noultrymnn  ���������nd thn stock.    "  Now thnt the moltlnir season Is ou  It Ih iidvli-Mblc* to ndd n llttlo sulphnto  'tif Iron to lho drinking water. This  will net ns tonic nnd Htrongthnn������r.  The March hntchod pnllots nro he  KtutiitiK 10 miiow muiunttons or win toi  "Uk'.i       uviuir;    auu    iliyillH,    WIUIM   UlM*nlM  ���������uro reddening up and learning to slog.  ���������m'ummmm tm*"*im'i������*mit)sim*mmti^mmmsm*iis*^m*^0t^m^mimmt mmms'*f*"'a*t0,*^*mtstmmtltmm0^*a  ^a _^^ _^^r? a yp^B^^^^ ^_P^^^^^ ^^P^V^^^ x^^^Ef^^ ^^*a^^^.^9/^^t^ >^^^^Bp^ *4^__HP'*r 4HBHiy^ 4IBHIh^ *^^IB_^ *"^vmiM^ ^^*^IIDk^ jM^niBfe ^^flHfltahi aatat^^ r^^ua^^^- _jflsn^^2 ^^flMMZ_ ^^^^^^^_ ^^^2������_^*y^^mSDI?  k*J*0^ r " ^^7      .    I^^V '  ^^^:   .. ^^^'      ^^^       ^^^,     U^   1   ^^^   _  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ��������� k*  ������.   m a  W  to  * *L������  . 1.������  \9������j  Wants  1 1 11, ,,.'.. *      .   , ��������� ���������  We Are SpeciaHy Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  RiHriri-    i**������   A/**.*.*.  i\*.Afmm.      4-0.    4.1U-  .XX       X   urMa     V"������������JIV1������     W    ������-l*,C  CRESTON  r9'^������'0Si'^7aaa'0a^ **m-^P7** *5P    *m  RW  .I.J      ut nfij  "     r        *35"1  rm  MMMMMMMMa  IM___II-  mmmmmmmm' {  rfiir*JG&y~  rv -*r-"^a   '   ���������' j " j" "tyig^^ "fi* TlJIiVw; i .'.ir������^������  ��������� ���������.i^^'SSj^^U^ti^  -K-i-W_i.������-i������^i-.  t��������� .'���������>. -gOti*.'  ���������r'  TVT ���������*. i-JiiiM  _-_*->_���������-_ii  |F-git-H-ifrP',"'1__^^l^^ " *** *-^=^B<ta_-Miri--������_^  t__ eaB&roiN review,  cbestqn, b. c.  iiiTTT m  EThiim ww  ,r  '        ������������������*-*  at  &  B  or Wi- _r <������������-'_--  Comvristna, J25 Acres  GRANDFORKS, B* C  _���������������r������i������rtf������t_;<  \Plumm  &*Baom&a s _tb&__=--w   Gherrlem  GUARANTEED IHIOME CROWN  Cellared���������R oots in earth, no danger of winter killing  ��������� x       "We can hold your trade."  ��������� Established !@COby%he HON. SIASTiN BURRELL  *   Minister of Agriculture  AUL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  j For Catalogue and Price lisv, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Ageut. Creston, B, C.  ETTERME    .  THE HOME PAPER  The  Preston mercantile oo*  ������  Limited  Arc  Supply Your  Needs for  * _BL J_L  An exchange jtivtis tne lOHCVring account of what happened to a family too  stfngy to take theit homepaper. He says:  "We once knew a man who was too  stingy to take tho newspaper in his  home town, and always wont over to  borrow his neighbor's paper.  Oneevening he sent bis\ son over to  borrow; the paper, while the son was on  his way he ran into a large stand of  bees, ahd in a few minutes hisface looked like a summer squash.  "Hearing the agonized cries of the son  the father ran to his assistance, aud in  doing eo ran into a barb wire fence,  cutting a handful of flesh irom his anatomy and ruiuing a $4 (sale price) pair  of trousers.  '���������The old cow took advautage  of the  hole in the fence, got into the corn field  and killed   herself eating green corn.  Hearing the racket!*,  the stingy turn's  wife ran out of the house, upsetting a  four gallou churn $oll of cream into a  basketfullof kittens, di owning the whole  flock.   She slipped on the cream and fell  downstairs, bieikiug her leg and $19  set of. false teeth.   The baby left al-ine,  crawled throngh the spilled cream iulo  the parlor and ruined a $40 carpet. During the excitement the daughter eloped'   crackling noise will be heard when the  ���������,rj.i'���������������,��������������� *    i ^ ��������� -      .   i  coat is being taken off.  A woolen skirt  with the hired mnn. taking tho family1,  or   SWGatel.  diwn   quickly   over  the  savings bank with them.-' j head will produce crackling sparks.  By   .  shuffling the dry feet over the carpet  la considerable spark can be obtained  Li-ave your order now for a setting of? from the fingers.-  Single Comb Khode Island Red eggs, i     Rsar in mlud that static e,ectrici"*7  If you want good crops you MUST Have Good Seed. There, are some  Seed Houses who have built up an International reputation. You are always safe in buying their Seeds,      WE SELL THEM. ..  FlcKenzie's Vegetable and Garden Seeds in package and bulk.  Steele, Briggs Famous Seeds.  Simmers Seeds. ^  Common R,ed Clover, Matntnoth Red Clover, White Dutch  Clover.  Alfalfa,        Timothy Seed.        Lawn Grasp.  _*aW������r  General  MERCHANT  STATIC  ELECTRICITY.  We make it a point to buy the most reliable seed  suitable for our district, handling only reliable growers and importers products, including D. M. Ferry's  Steele Briggs Co., etc., Earliana tomato seeds iu packet  and   bulk.  ���������*- In garden tools we have several new kinds of  Hoes, Cultivators, Etc.. Planet jr. Cultivators and  Seeders combined. The celebrated Fleury's One and  Two Horse Plows with Cast or Steele Shares.  Common Red, Mammoth, and White Dutch Clover  Seed, Alfalfa, Alsike, Timothy and seed wheat. Suphnr  and Lime for  spraying.  It I* All Around Us Always and Plays  Quoor Pranks at Times.  Static electricity seems to be everywhere. Wo arc? quite surrounded by it  on all sides. It is tn the earth, the air,  in our clothes, on the books, the rug  and tho walls. It sticks tlio papers together" on the desk. It attracts feathers and bits of lint to metal and glass.  TrS      Innrid      f,./i,-������,      /*m������      n*l.fr_*'C       ���������'llPtt      TVA  * ��������� .\f..l*^ ..V... *-������������. ..~.^j^.~ .       -~ ������      t.  touch metal objects.   Now aud then a  Meet Me  AT THE  15 eggs for $1 oO Guaranteed pure bred,  Order early.    Apply Oreston Review.  usiy   u&s&gsrg  For a nice Cup of Tc.  Cakes to follow  with  j    It is just as well to s������,y plainly that- ,  if the Rev: Prof. W. W.  Andrews ot  j  Regina is correctly reported as saying  before the swial service congess that  ���������'there is none better to mix with onr  blood than the oriental," he is uot expressing the   sentiment of the great  mass of Camdians.    A white   Canada  is one of the foundation 'principl s on  which   this   nation  is   being' bu It.���������,  Toronto Globe.  New Stock of Chocolates just  opened  up.  Fresh .Roasted Pesfnuts  ***������*.  The Forumv  Limited  FRUIT TREES  AND ORNAHENfALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true ? T  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most ^  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock ^  on three-year-old whole roots. ���������  AU Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted T  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  O  ��������� J. Blinco, Box __9, Creston, B.C. ���������  i  C2h IDH8 ___* B3^ C__  Ititi^^m ||"        Q   E^Y ^[   ^ tf^^f  ���������  %&w      ������a& m  LIVERY AND TRANSFER ���������  Wood for Sale Phone 85  (Continued from Page 1)  door.    The combination is very  simple  and once placed ou your finance  door is  nui-glar and fire proof.    All you have to  do is to plead in your case that you want  the Dominion Parliament to pass an act  to be known as the Dominion Agricultural Mortgage Bond Act, and incorporate in this act that any community  having ten or more farmers desiring to  ������������������hare   the   benefits of  this   act,   must  foam   themselves    into, a  co-operative  body under   constitutional  bye-laws as  will be provided by the Dominion Gov-  ernmeat.    The bonds  to be issued in  triplicate   by    fhe   farmers,     stamped.  "Original," "Dnylica-e" and  "Copy  the original to be countersigned by the  provincial   finance    minister, and forwarded io the Dominion Government  to  be filed  iu a  special  commodious,  fire-proof and sanitary   building.    The  duplicate to   be countersigned   by   the  qualified  otrhcer ofthe  community co-  opsrative   body  and   filed  in similar  building in  eaoh provincial capital, as  at Ottawa.    The copy to be kept by the  qualified officer   of the   communal cooperative bedy.   The bonds to mature  in 5, 10, 15, 20,  25,30, 85, 40, 45,  or SO  years, bearing  interest  at  4%,   8%, ot  whioh is to go to the Dominion Government and 1% to ihe Provincial Government.    Anc ther paragraph must be added to the constitution authorizing the  government of the Dominion of Canada  to issue  Dominion Agricultural Mortgage Bond Notes in denominations, of  1,2, 5, 10, 20  mid oO to   cover   issue of  Dominion Agricultural Mortgage Bonds  nud to mnlto theso notes legal tender  for all debt and barter within the Dominion and   Turther that   no other legal  tender can beacceptod by the Dominion  Government', in payment on Dominion  Agricultural Mortgage Bonds aud wlicn  so tendered must be destroyed, burned,  it will thus bo noon that at no   liirio  will thu  Government havo moro   Dominion   Agricultural   Mortgage bond  notes in   circulation   than   thero  lire  Agricultural Mortgage Bonds hold   in  its vaults.   Tho economy of this to the  nation should not be difficult   to    discover.   Instead    of    paying    tribute  (in form of interest) to forolgn nations  for tho privilege of pormittiug our own  iarmor to uii ins own soil on  scientific  methods so lio can food his own people,  tlio farmor by this  method   gotH   tho  HumuprijUcgo by paying less  tribute,  and that   tribute  goes   to   his    own  government and he can havo   tho  accommodation when he   needs   it,  and  his people need the provisions,  inn tend  of going hungry till pood   grace    nrul  coiilJdonco   can   be  restored   of    tho  I'ornign nations now holding tlio purse  Hti-ings of our people.   Another advantage. It will bo tho menus of   Amalgamating ir>'J(< of   tho   farmors   in   elono  and icoiioiiiw* coo|)(-i-ation,  (Signed) BimilttLlj  Dear   lOditor:    Oan   you   locate    any  III I^Hl   "      Mill      <tjlj������IIJ il.lt/lri ��������� Ji      .11 ���������      illd  iilliei's liavi* a try at it.  I O. J.  WIGKN.  is not the kind that is used to light the  electric lamps iu tbe house, Very little work has ever been found for static  electricity. It-is a worthless vagabond  delighting in mad pranks..-In the form  of lightning it dashes down from tha  sky, scaring honest folk nearly toi  death, often doing considerable damage. It frequently visits the press room'"���������'  in large printing estatflishineilts and !  sticks the sheets bf paper together until the presses have to be stopped. ��������� It  -gathers.on the yarns and threads in  textile mills, knotting and tangling  there? and Is alwaysTin mischief.  It is easy enough to prove?the presence of static -electricity,- Rub a bit oC  amber, glass, hard rubber or sealing  wax with a silk handercbief or a  piece of woolen cloth, and it Will attract bits pf paper and small particlea|-  of metal.. When We stroke the cat's  back this static electricity collects very  rapidly. It snaps and crackles and  flashes as it discharges "between our  Qngers and the animal's fur. This display of static electricity is nothing  Q more or less than a miniature thunder  ������������������( shower���������without the rain.���������Prom Harper's "Beginning Electricity," by Don  Cameron Shafer.  Bread is tickets for  $i.oo  Quality of Humor.  A famous definition of the quality of  humor is.this: "For this humor Is an  adjunct diviuo; it is a value of life; it  makes for greater things than clean  laughter from the lurigs. It is the root  of tolerance, the proof of patience; it  suffers long and is kind; serves to  tune each little life harmony with the  world harmony about it; keeps the  heart of man sweet, his soul modest.  And at the end, when tho light thickens ond the mesh grows tight, humor  can shape the suffering vigils of tho  sleepless, can soften pain, can brighten  the ashy road to death."  Hard to Say.  "If your mother bought four baskets  of grapeB, tbo dealer's prlco being a  quarter a basket, how much money  would tho purchase cost her?" asked  tho new teacher.  "You never can tell," answered Tommy, who wns at the head of tho class.  "Ma's great at bargainingr'���������Ladies'  Home Journal.  FOR SALE, MOT CHICKS  S. O. Whito Tji'ghoiiiH $20. per 100  II. O. White LioghoniH $2:1.por 100  S. O. Anoonim %'iii. par 100  Barred Rooks $25.  per I()0  Whito Wyandottes $25.  per 100  S. O. Rihodo Inland Radii... .$27. por "-00  It. C. Ilhotlo Maud  Rods... ,#27 per 100  Buff Orpingloiirt $27 per 100  Cau supply in 25, 50,   Iti, ami  100 lots.  2.(.it., exliu each on iuiUi.s of lio.  Book oidoin oarly,    AIko N.  O. Whlto  Loghpi'ii 'hutching  c-ggH.  Pon Nol lifiirii-'il   liy   Oliilliwnc.k   Boy  S?,5 00   per  IM.  , Pon No.2 liourttxl  by  Cranbrook   Boy  f3.0U per I a.  Parti'ldgn   Wyandot ti������H   1 ended    by  Provincial Boy $l> 00 per lil.  Winnings for 101 Jt ���������-17 speoinln,   and  fll   rtl-boiiH.  E. H. SLATER  OKANBIttMHv  OUTTON'Q  OEEDO  forg-rdon eind farm ore Boat 1  for B.C. soil. Seo Catalogue fox  solid, guar coatee oi purity  and. j^erxainntioii  Send no'w ������&s, ���������������py ������_ _ _  Sutton S Sons.Th������ Kin^s Soodmon  R *��������� a A i ������^������ El *ni^ 1 ������a x,t -d  ';.-'-'A;;J.Wo odwar-  Vicloria     %.      Vancouver  6lSForhSr. 667.0ranvill4 8h  sate A*3ENTs por ateinsM Columbia  DrnifiRcs: qtdauurerrv  b   a   aaBGBHil   ��������� nhbr bini wbs ihr   rrbr b  1   kVlVllkb       VI IIBI������������WI_itBII I  PiMS  Hardy Northern grown atock Of leading varieties propogated from the R M.  KELLOQ str:*.in cf pedigree plants.  Price per thousand plants" $7.R0. P������-r  hundred plants $1 25. Catalogue sent  on request.  MONRAD WIGEN  Wyntfdel B. C.  Bring In Yom; Renewal of  Subscription to the  Think of the Com pany".-behind the  Car���������and you'll realize* why Fords  and Government bonds are bought  with equal assurance. Strongest  -financiallyt��������� vorld-wide- in scope-  largest in volume of output. We  build our reputation into the car.  Better buy a Ford  Six hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car is six QFty; tho to*n oar  uine-hundred���������f o. b. Ford, Oa ., com dote with  equipment.    Get catalog and portioulrtrs from  CRESTON  AUTO  AND  SUPPLY  COMPANY  R. S. BEVAN, Mgr.  Oall and hho Demonstrator  ITI  For Partridge, Woodcock, Squirrel or Rabbit  Shooting thc  44 GAUGE SHOTGUN  --     No. tOl  IS A WONDER  Id Inch bnrMl, wclglm 4 ll>������,, Uko-down.  ���������'ur'lX.L,, 41W.C.F iilibl ������nii 41 "Cum*  Ooliot" Cnrlrlclgo*.  Llit Prlea Only $8.00    ,  No oilier lior������ or mug* of iliot-. *  Bim ntflllrlcnlimiliirinjjrMl >vA  A vnrlcly of condition*. *~^  Suiiil for (lot&llfil tl-i-  c������l|itloi> nnd "0UN9 AND  .OUNNINa."  IUI li������������ 'ttliri hin'll STCVCNII  Ik  J. STEVENS ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  ������������<���������>������> ������+���������-������-���������-���������-������-���������-������������������������������������  Fresh  maamaamamamammamiaammammam  Lowney's  CHOCOLATES  and  Saltod Almonds  [liley's Toffdes  Peters Chocolates  M   ��������� ������>.0, Sou BOOB ' I  ^'.^.'cHicorrc rxus, mass. 4  nrp.stnn R 110& Hnnk Cn.  PHONE 51  ������������.  ������   ������  ��������� f  * ������������������!  ���������UM  "v" - - -., ���������'..-���������������������������-,: -x;,-,'���������Mutual���������)  ,<amimmm*m*i*m*mmm*mm*<mm  'J


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