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 ' <rf*~/'/!<t\ ������rV   v-,1,' <;-*\3  &  ,=���������1"  , Jr        's i'*  "* '-   - ������ "  -*>7^-')9S-^fiiL_-_  >  ���������r   '  1 AfcL THE, HBVS*.  I   ~ v v" 2.    -        "      _  ���������ro*.th'ft������RESTON.|  I  I  Alt -Road* In Bast and West Kooteftay Lead to Creston  DISTRICT  I  ���������  i ^.    a  i'-.i niYV_>r\ij,o i win i  .*������     ~,      -^  FORT  j    $2.00 A   YEAR  No.' 17, 6th'YsA'Rex  CRESTON,  B. C,, FRIDAY-   MAY  1    1914  Sinci,e Copies %Cm  Public Meeting Wednesday (Appoints Committees for Annual Celebration  mm mw\m  aiiE_-PllE_   yUKIVJB  WAS BIG SUCCESS  t.^14     I..1 U-IJ-..  uciu   iflai itiun*'  The Medal Contest  evening m the Mercantile Hall proved  to be quite a success. All the recitations  were extremely well rendered.  The winner of the medal, Miss Irma  Haydon, rendered her piece in such a  manner that no doubt was left in the  minds of the audience aB to her merit.  Adding great interest to tlie program  -were the speeches on Equal Suffrage,  Mr. Blake rounding out his arguments  in its-favor, in his usual scholarly fashion. The large audience showed  great appreciation all through especially when Miss Klingensmith rendered  her delightful piaso solo.  The decision was very close and judging not an easy task. Miss Lyda Johnson was a close second and Miss Edna  Holmes crowded well up toward first  place.  iuissu  uu neiiiHi-Efii  ssues iw m  Thr.  (9 ��������������������� ���������**_��������� 0X mm  ' Buy your fishing tackle from Embree.  The trout climb out on the bank for the  bait he sells. -  KITCHENER NEWS  J. T. Burgess the C. P. H. agent made  a uuPjucSs trip tc Spokane Wash, last  ���������week.  Jack McMillan and Pard were in the  city last week on business.  Mr. E Beckman went to Ryan where  he has excepted a position on the C. P.  ���������"   -      Jn      ������������������   ; J  'Mr. E. "Doner is here filling the vacancy teffc'tfy Mr^Bttrgest-    -     " rtij' ������  Qan e Warden Bedford -was* iutown  one day last week and had a look  around tha burg.  J Myers went lo Cre&ton. on business  Mr   Barker  was in the oity one day  last week.  Miss Gunderson,  Miss Adameon, Mr  _*inlay and Mr. Adamson were among  the party  that went to Cranbrook to  attend the ball Jendered by the Order  of Odd Follower  ��������� Scotty Buchanan, Proprietor of the  Cross Keys Hotel. Cranbrook \yas a  caller in  this city. "   '  C. Cronin of Cranhrook oalledonhis  many friends here this Week,  Mrs. C. A. Hunt was in Creston one  7day this week. .:,:.-.���������������������������  Evven Bro _& Hanson oamo down  from their prospect, this week, after  supplies.  Tom Hickey ond Frank Cornell were  hero ou Sunday fishing, thoy report o  nice btring of the speokled beauties. ,  Mrs. Audeen spent Sunday and Monday In Cranbrook.  Dabio nnd, Miller Epont Sunday, out  in the hillu looking for beat but they  say that Mr. Boor is nob out yet, well I  guoBB thoy should know.        ��������� .1  Branch of the Department of Lands have issued the first  maps of a new series of ten pre-emptor'f  maps embracing in a comprehensive  way the greater part of the interior ol  the Province. The'publication o? these  pre-emptors's   maps,  whioh was com-  "Icrmcu     UJ     till*}     XJVpVaiiUlKSU.U     IU     iOJ X,  when four maps were issued for the  purpose of showing intending settlers  the areas surveyed and distinguishing  between the lands available for preemption and those alienated. The four  maps issued in that year covered 12,(00  square miles. The great advance made  in the work of the Survey Branch is  evidenced by the fact that the ten maps  being issued this year will coyer over  10,000 square miles and the majority of  these maps will be available to the public by the middle of June.  The two maps which are now complete are those dealing with land's in  the vicinity of Fort George and the  South Fork of the Fraser where on  June 1st and 15th, and area of 80,000  acres in the reserve on either side of the  Fraser River along the route of the  Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad will be  opened to settlement, the eastern part  at MoBride on June 1st and the west-  era part ar. Fo������ George on June 15th.  A pamphlet has been issued-by the  Department cf Ijanda describing* the  district.  . The pre-emptor's maps in the first of  their "publication, as stated, covered  but 12,000 square miles. The fallowing;  yeat-40-.OGO square miles were covered,  last year the area embraced totalled  50,000 square miles and this year the  extent of-territory embraced in these  maps is 10,000 square miles '^^hen the  publication of the maps was'commenced iu 1911 the information available  did not warraut anything better than a  rough map solely intended for the convenience of landseekers, and, while this  has been the prime object kept in vio w  in the annual publication of thene useful .niaps, the increase in knowledge of  the geographical features arising from  tbe extension of surveys in advance of  settlement bas enabled a great advance  to be made, and these maps to-day,  while fllhng the purpose for whioh  they were intended are also good general utiluy maps.  A how feature appearing on the pre-  emptor'a maps for the first, time this  year, is the showing in a distinct color,  he laudR reserved for universal purposes, ��������� aud lands reserved for publio  auction. Ail maps of pre-emptor's  series are dibtribctod to the public free  ���������it' charge and are, sent in quantities foi  tbis purpoHo to the oflloos of the varioiu  Government Agonba throughout thi  Province?  .qgt-**-*.'*���������**���������������. *������������������������ >*s��������� ������-.��������� *s������es���������������������--.���������������?.>a*.^������������r������^- _r-sr-������ar--ss".������*>s*r-������r-^^r-^^-S?  "*" ������VI  W  NOTICE!  VA  /.*���������?:  ih ������������������ i  ���������k*  \Si  jfy The present lessee,   Editor  and manager of  i& the Creston Review, A. B. S. Stanley begs to state  -r;. that he has not been responsibie in anv wav for  yfo the sending out of notices threatening court procedure for delinquent subscribers. He has only  had to do with this paper since July ist 1913.  At the same" time he would appreciate it if those  "who owe from that time would come in to see him  about the matter as it costs considerable to sret out  the paper and money is scarcer  mi  w  _ra_.  *??  \h  \ii  m  'A?  ^'0  '*m0.~*.&.m0  BOARD OF HEALTH  40 nnUTIIift D-DICD  iu noiiiinu nftuico  Victoria, April 23id, 1914.  This disease has made its appearance  amongst the dogs of the Cowichan  District. Two suspicious cases also  occurred some months ago at Mission.  The disease -has appeared in Oregon,  ���������Mid possibly in the State of Washington as well.  As the period'of incubation of Rabies  is prolonged, the extent of the infection ie not yet apparent, so. it is in-  C��������� mbenfc in*"1������!! all to bs on the lock-out  for further outbreaks.  The Dominion Vetinary Department  is binding this so far as annuals are  cdneerri d. bdt I wish to be informed  as to any" suspicious cases which may  appear.  This Department is prepared at any  time to forward complete treatment  for hydrophobia, which, as you know,  must be administered to the person as  soon as possible after being bitten,  which is some weeks before symptoms  develop.  This ti-t-ituiuui) cuu he administered  by the local practitioner.  WALTER BAPTY; M. D.,  ?   Acting; Secretary  GUT THE VULGARITY  Y rnmi nun niunrr*  rnuin uun uhwjoi  Danoing has become more or less of a  mania in certain circles and countries  Not the amount of time devoted to this  pleasure, but the spirit of the dances  indulged in, has raised questions and  objections, in society, the press aud the  pulpit.  Iv is the passing beyond certain limits  by what is perhaps che smaller proportion of dancers that has created a need  of restriction.  In   New" York  over  three   hundred  men and women of social prominence,  le liters in various movements, .recently  beg&a a. campaign to ataa3ardi_{-������-������"  modern dances.  They did not inveigh against all modern dances very sensibly, as they might  have done had they judged them by  the extremes of their practice.  Their desire is to emphasize what iB  good and graceful for them and to decry what is vulgar. They would estab-  lesh a standard for modern dances of  deoeucy and good taste, and they hope  to enlist trhg Bchools, the moving pic-'  tures and other auxiliaries in their  work.-���������Calgary Herald.  Mr. Waa? Smith left Thursday for  Southern Alberta after a months stay  in Oreston.  trl\l_-i_> I UII     BJ Id lfUt_-!       IU  B^_T!  UIDT-flflgl  VIUIURIA  ^^a*^*^a^amlmam0mBaBaanim  The meeting held on Wednesday evening in Mercantile Hall for the purpose of making arrangements for the  celebration of Victoria Day, was poorly attended but those  present were enthusiastic in boosting for a celebration and it  was decided to make Monday ihe big day.  Robert McFarlane Reid was  elected to the chair and  the election of E. C. Gibbs as Secretary wa^endorsed.  V Minutes of previous meeting  adopted as read.  j. Cherrington was elected Treasurer.  The following members were appointed finance committee :  R. S. Bevan, S. A. Speers, D. Spiers, Rev. W. G.  Blake, W. H. Crawford, W, V. Jackson, Geo. Heald, O. J*  Wigen, and R. Telford.  Reverends Blake, Carpenter and Bull were appointed as committee on children's sports.  The Sports Committee: D. Spiers, F. Callendar, W.  G. Blake, R. S. Bevan,. and F. K. Hurry.  The Chairman Secretary and Treasurer were appointed as an advertising committee.  J. Hobden was elected Marshall.  Meeting adjourned to meet again  on the 6th of May.  _5&*sa_y~_w?_i_g-tlMj-exec-tiwr of ^^thftWKlrpffl-ful wafc a&lrseriSuH Sad ha  "Board bf trade held a meeting at which  there wa& a good attendance. The  principal business was the formulation  of a report on local condition and  prospects for settlers as asked for by  the province government.  ERICKSON NEWS  ALICE   SIDING  NEWS  Mr &uriuv*-r  otiino, in ou tho  EuhL  bound train   hint Friday and viuitod at  Mi h   Stowart'n,   gojug West  on Wedf  < tuoflduy.   -''...��������� '   !  Mrs   Mathowfl  wept to  Calgary  on  F������ itlrty. ������������������������������������������������������"������������������       '       '  ���������* 1  Wnlrer Oorhott sold hit* ranch to Mr!  'W'*alhorl������y of Kduionton.  ' Mr Poobo  cou>tpenood  work \vith a  orew on tho Government*"Hood at the  ,. now court bonne, May 1st.   "Wo will a 1  goon boI no we cm go  to jail when wb  g������*t i*oady If iiof 1 eforo.  The Review has a complete stock of  paper on hand nnd is always in readiness to do your priuting for you on  short notice. .  J. H. Doylo lato of Cranbrook, is the  new bartenderat the King George,  Mr. Jaokos liaving'rcaigucd to go into  ranching.  LoBt, strayed or stolen���������A trunk,  containiiig priceless treasures including  ' % voluma on "How to avoid a hostile  Indian" und another oh'Game trails  [havo known in tho KootonayB" inost  >f tho pagoM.of the lattor are blank.  FOR SALE-Young Yorkshire pigs,  for breeding purposes. Well bred from  Agassiz Experimental Farm Stook.  Apply A. N, Oouling 4tb. Oreston. 17-18  Wednesday the train which is .operated in connection with the steam  shovel just out of town ��������� was brought  jUto town in a uiiixy , b*3������,riiig oiao or  the men Mr. Anderson who Yhiad met  an acoident when something of tithe  mechanism broke hitting him on the  head and knocking him out for a few  minutes.   It was found that the wound  is again at work.  7-Send for onr prioes on furniture, we  pay the freight.   O. O. S.  The Woman's Board of the Panama-  Pacific International Exposition is  organizing a.travelers Aid. by which  they hope to make the exposition oity  absolutely safe for all girls and women .  visiting it durtng 19i5. The . organization will extend its protection to boys  as well as girls, and will list hotels,  lodging houses and establish information stations upon the gronnds and. in  railway stations.  Will exchange *ioine Calgary p������o-  peilv or Alhorj.'*,. ��������� f*u M for 8->uio  ItnproM-d hind noar Ch*d,on. P. P.  Jotnmon, Queciia Hotel, Calgary. 17 pd  0*   r*    r.     nrnxT'OTIPQ f*������������> A MUD^rvl**  ���������w. 'w.   -*���������,  ~..~-~,.-. ..'���������.,-         M. MoLoCd loft for Oranbrook a fev  duy������ ago on a business trip. Murdoo.  got; a now motorcycle but I guoss lt?  wan not tho kind that jumps ditches aB  it bnolfod him off nnd niuHt bo out of  jiiniiniHHion now as It has not born seen  nlnr*o but Murdock ������ays the walking is  Rood now whpre ho oant take tho train.  , The Hpuds are going in the ground  pretty lively around hero now, it lool*n  llki) Bomething doing around hero thiu  year.  Goo Cartwrlght 1������ fltmnplng now  with tho nu-chiue that pulln stunipM.  " Tit\i\ Bion-jh, the T.nud Cleaner, Is at  work for It, ���������). Lmig, making tliiiiKw go  B^inc*. Ho hnu 10 aorou to olaar for R  .1. and 7 aoton for IClingeni'mlth which  will mako HtuiiipM look h<-ii,i-<!<������ pretty  soon around KrlokHOii.  Pear Troeu Fiir Salo���������Fifty Standard  tll'teob ami 50 Twn-yoar-old DwaiTs,  Apply 13, Ct'OHton Review.  FOR SArjlfl���������Oii'i Htrong 0 months sow,  ���������18; 40 suqks potatoes, small, mako  good hoi d ifl BU owt. WAt-THCD���������  600 Dnnlop Striiwbfrry plnntM aud a  fOA- cur'iiutB and snruba. Palothorpo  ICiiigngnt.n.  OOOPERATIVB 8TORB8.  ��������� j. no o. u. a, ot Orunuroolt lit uujiiug  X������mu Xjoum wivii ujutti una ������MiU i-pnuM  mi"  ���������Thoro is qulto a noticeable actlvitv  in agricultural circles and prospects  are v*ny bright for a big year.  Miss Anna Hamilton who has been on  an extended visit to Medioine Hat,  Alta. returned home Monday,  For Sale���������-One bay mare 6 years old;  one saddle pony 8 years old; one double  set of work harness in good repair.  Write or phono Victor Carr, Alice Siding 15-10  The Canadian pavilion upon the  grounUH of the Pmiama-Pacific Inter,  national Exposition at San Francisco,  is now in process.of construction, and  a portion of tho Canadian exhibit is  alroady in transit to Ban Francisco  for installation. *���������  Wodnouday afternoon a flro oconrrod  on Lho ruutihof Fred Hurry near town.  Mr. Hurry was blowing stumps and  just as a blast 'occurred thero was tho  usual cry of ''Uro" bo tho mattor was  given no particular attention to It,  when tho dense smoke began to pirnir  from tho dairy, howovor, tbo cry of  "liro" it-'c-uivcd bettuii- ������. U'utiuii utul  with tho RKHltitanou of willing neigh  born tho IIro was Hnon ont,  MMI������MMM������M  Whon Vou  want votit' noxt job   of  priuUug doni), uu matter what tlu* job ,  Is, bring it lo the Hoviow o'lllce.    Wo  IMIUKI lit IIU     JI.    nrnl,-lll)IHH      {llll     llllll     Kill-;  prluoH aro ilj-'ht.  Tho band Ib holdiug practices ami  Noon willbo jnnluvno to render muni-  eiil Hrvvico to tlio town,  l<'Olt HALM���������A maro about ������ou IbB,  hIho young pign 11 months old. Apply  JOHN tJAiili'HA,  Canyon Oity, U, C.  .  It h riimorod that IndliwiB nro killing  tho wild cluokM who aro HJttnig at   this .   Mim*, IUIU  a* tl  UOIIb'-t'HOMiA)     IrlH)    HJWJ. I       .ij'JJKJU      -.wulll'-llliliU     ���������������*'������������������������    *J>,t..)i������������.;u    ,*  Wlll4)u   Huarcur   thiutall.     Wliat   nun  .mweiry  uiiup 111   lho oiiiuu  iWutuily  I dW.l*lot taood* i������ a gamo warden, ocoupiofl by ThoFrmi Qtawom* Vulau  m* I 1   *=���������</  TwAUNCHING OF THE "MYSTERY SHIF������  It dueri not litH'in pouHlble In this day of elort euponage for a nation to dn-  slun and couipletoly build a fighting vessel without tho fact bocomea known to  tho war di-parimuulHOf all nations. It alHo seems impouslblo tbat uuoh ������feat  oiiifulu i-f������nujMi uiuiioiriuti di ttuinu ui. our wlwutiuul uow-npuper uorruHponueniN.  Yet thia very thing Iiuh happened. Thin picture tthows H. M. fl. Tiger just  after who luwl hJId ait lu-r w<*y������ ut Uiydubank. i'bo TIkoj-luwi at%U*vd tho iinuio  Ojt 'mywtery ihlp" owing to tho ������ocrocy with which tho work wm surrounded.  I'CfA   Av***rt   *******      rhlli"  t^ir-if-s **������������������������*���������+    fliA*     t^'1**./  ���������%0%   \\ *t rl   ���������Mirt'wmiiw**' **4-**j%   4-%* r*      1im.wj.i-**  ..%       JIMI       t*      li*****,.,,**.  ���������**'"*���������������_'**'*'w  *������**���������**   ������*������***���������������-������*-'������������������*������������������**#'       V* W������ii**������**i    ^fM*  #  world,  _____________!________  H____Si A Ak  fl  ������__& ft ������-ft iViU.ft !V .UK A MVP, A ^M^i^^m^^&^M^m^M^^M^  [fM-tftf  1    II 11  9  ring  i  enew  IK J    111  A   JL '"WO- W X   J.  JL  ap  _ 4" _ _  i iii  x  ���������v  k/    v~v *������   ���������_ -���������_/���������*  i out  become a Booster  ^"  1 "^^  Frier  FFTFf*>  The Creston ^evieffe  Published every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  conducted on a very large  scale. For two years he was  president of the Ontario Fruit  Growers' Association, and has  recently been president of the  Lambton  Association,  which  Tho Baview is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir I ��������� ,   ������������.   ���������_ nn '.���������   .  culatlng in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and, conbiscs oi  mteen ^������'Operative  . reaohing out in abroad manner into other commumt>������s. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary *.. iters' Board of Trade.  '' Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.     Display adver-  i tiBementB.i$1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. Our oolumns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community.     Ormtributious must be brief and  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  Hon. Martin Burrell, Min-1 cation for the step which the  of     Agriculture,    has  an    important     step,  ister  taken  which will be hailed with delight by the fruit men of  Canada. He has decided to  institute a new branch of the  department, to be known as  the fruit branch, and Mr. D.  Johnson, of Forest, Ontario,  has been appointed first commissioner. For years the  fruit men of Canada have  been agitating for the establishment of a seperate fruit  branch, but their demands  were always refused by Hon.  Sidney Fiaher.  Hon. Mr. Buxrel), as a  practical "fruit mau himself,  has - had under consideration  for the past year thc establishment of the fruit branch and  its separation iioiji Luc uau)'  ���������and cold storage division,  under   which   department   it  JJ.U..J     UbWU  . -*,, .1  Minister of Agriculture has  now taken in the interests of  fruit grower?, since there are  at present more than 500,000  acres of Canadian orchards,  the capital invested being  more one hundred millions.  There are lnafcy important  problems yet to be solved,  dealing with transportation,  market conditions, co-operative movements, and to these  the new commissioner will  give his attention.  Mr. Dan Johnson is well  known as one of the most  successful growers and shippers of Ontario, And has done  much to proniote thc practical improvements in the  industry along co-operative  and   other   lines.    Iu accept-  JJJki *.i**m /���������������-.������ ^01.0^11   O.j it*.  resigns from the firm of John-  sou    Brothers,   of   which  he  0i** A  associations, handling some  fifty thousand barrels of  apples a year, and more than  two hundred carloads of other  fruit and vegetables. He is a  man not only well known but  standing high in the esteem  of all those interested in the  fruit business.  Defeated and exposed in  their cftorts to make Canada  "an adjunct of the United  States" in 1911, the Washington authorities and their Liberal friends have returned to  struggle. Under a scheme  as cunning and deceptive as  any contrivance against the  public interest that has ever  emanated from the pervented  ingenuity bf the dishonest  politician, they aie seeking to  give us reciprocity by instalments. Unable to get into  our markets by demolishing  our tariff wall at one fell  blow, they would now  remove it by a brick at a  time. "Free wheat" means  that antl nothing move.  1 *\'irl , ti ry  ' "       O  r������ '> v ��������� 11,-���������������������  There  is abundant  justiH- wnose  truie  operations  were  with its traditional hatred of  the customs house, arrays  itself with the trusts of the  United States in their unrelenting war upon Canadian  industries, upon the competition of Canadian commerce.  Sir Wilfred Laurier and his  cohorts mus not be permitted  to stand within the lines "of  Torres Vedras on this tariff  question. They must be  placed where they clearly  belong���������lined up against the  Canadian wgrkingman. and  against Canadian industry.  The Conservative party,  which has ever stood for  reasonable protection for all,  is not going to sacrifice a  single industry on the instalment plau. It will keep faith  with itself, with the people  who rejected Reciprocity as a,  whole three years ago. The!  building up of the country,  the development of our natural resources, the protection  of Canadian employment, of  Canadian farmers, and the  independence of our fiscal  policy, are mailers winch are  worthy of sustained endeavor.  jBSBI8������Bi*WW*B5!BIJ!8iw������BW8!*^^ >��������� '  I Transfer, livery and Feed Stables  $  Shipment of MoLsLUglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand  | ^ TEAM   SLEIGHS  j      Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand  jjg .-?���������'���������'.." ' ^        .       :���������  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  H. S. N/1 cC Peathj. Pro p.  Phone 56  Sirdar, Avenue  Box 14  UA/      as      PttnAp  ww all    !w  ci������_JC7r  Complete New Stock Just Arrived    "��������� I , '  I.       ," '.��������� *T  Oalsomining,Painting, Paper-h-aglug    Carriage audi   pil-itf-i;  Lob mo give you advice and estimate* an your work,     All worlc guar  nnteed to give satisfaction.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������W������M������M������������������*"l**������***f������^^  I*"��������� *   ������������������������������������'   ������������������������������������iiiii.innnin ���������������������������������������������mm iii��������� ��������� *jt���������<i ������������������������������������ ��������� m���������i ���������_������������������_���������  ������������������ i ������ i ������i,,_ i ���������mm   ���������**������������������������������������������������!��������� ***��������� ��������������� ������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������� ��������� 11 ���������    ������������������ i- < **i nfn i i-n���������i���������  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave,, in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY CBTWNfi MY ESTIMATES  wmmaaaaaaamaama  mmm  Tj-  Zr.  J.L    Jkl  not our wheat,  but  our flour  uud our bran   that thc United  Qfotinn.  i(.    c,n stir inn*  fn**    0i**A  *1������rv  so-cauea  YL,iueitn  party,  TffWL-'l  Now is thc time to have your  PIANO  TUNED  WYjMti'r -Tuning f-lui>i-ii������)t������r<wl |,y  J. A. P. Crompton  Employ your own townsman  All kluda of repairs to Pianou and Or-  fmrt.r������ wrwtfM 'Mmun  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  CRESTON REVIEW  ���������99  SSEBSBSSSt  PEDIGREE STRAWBERRY  PLANTS  Hardy Northern grown ntook Of lending varieties propagated from tho E. M.  IvItijjLOG     Nlrrniu    iu   l>uuigjvu     jjjjtuirt..  Price per thnnHaiul phiutu $7.B0��������� Per  hundred pliiutH fl.'������'.->. 'lut-nlogim Hani  ou request.  ������������������*    ���������**  ***���������  "������   ���������V ������*������*-*        #      ���������W-       M> tt  *������ y  /-^   *"������*   ft  %  i*k\.JlM AS. X\U    VV XU* i-Vl***  II  ^Wynndel B;* C* \cbanbrooi_  FOR SALE, BABY CHICKS  S. O. Whlto Loghoruu $80. per 100  R. O. Whlto Loghorus..... .$28. por 100  8. O. Auoonos $98. per 100  Barred Rooks $26. por loO  White Wyandottes $26. por 100  8. O. Rhode Inland Rods... .pi. per jOO  R. C. Uhodo Inland Red*... .$27 pur 100  Buff Orpingtons $27 per 100  Can nupply ln 25, CO,  75, and 100 lots.  2otci. extra oaoh ou ordors of 25.  Book orders early.   Also 8. O. Whlto  Leghorn hatching eggs.  Peu No. I headed by Ohilliwaolc Boy  45.00 per 18.  "Pon No.2 headed by Oranbroolc  Boy  ���������f������.uo pi-r iu.  Partridge   Wyandottes   I eadod    ky  Provincial Boy $3 00 por 10.  WlnniugM for 1018 ���������17 spechils, and  81 rihbons.  ___!!*        __-_!        _r*t*_i n      jwk   *t������*^*-* m*af _f^_fc  W|luMlMi|ail*lllMilWlli-*< |-*WMW<tWW^^  iBtiiiiiiiMBWi^  ������m#.i lMUjiMWih^WI UUmmi  liiffiJi������^J  iM_______Mi-n--iiri  lli-hliHM-_i__^  mm  M-lnll*���������T>*l  LM r^   -I ^\v^^^K*5Tj.V.^iW:^ISKff   i     ^ >������:-riw*r,,<wsas.*affiS5^  1     " ^vY-p!_-_"f  i   r '���������!.      'i      ���������'������-���������- i ,. _i_.J_.  "***������������������������ H1IIH    _���������_���������_^-������*^W������fc  SI. o.  3?5-*Sfcfl!&a  ������ir *. "S-iRSsSB  i-*4}9e0������ee������099e������e������**������������������-������'i������������0.'),  2 TESTING   8KIMMILK. , ���������  ft  -  h  Slsimmili-, should be tested occasionally for butter fat to make  sure that the milk and cream are  completely separated. A different typs of test bottlo is required  for testing ekimmllk since the  fat contained in the ekiuimilk is  usually not sufficient ln amount  to fill ono division on the whole  milk bottle. Skimmllk bottles are  arranged .with double necks. -The  milk, acid and water are added  through the larger tube, the  smaller tube being intended for  tbe fat column."  -She same quantity of sl_I_a-  milk is taken for testing as of  whole milk, but slightly more  acid is require-. The amount of  add should be about twenty cubic centimeters. In adding the  field to tbe skinrasiifc it is best to  add the acid in two or three different quantities, each quantity  being mixed separately wltb the  milk. After the miik and acid  are mixed the skimmllk botffe  should be placed In the centrifuge and whirled at full speed  for seven or eight minutes. .Hot  water is then added and again  whirled at full speed for three or  _ four minutes. The sampli- should  be read before being allowed to  cool. Bach division of tbe scale  on the skimmilk bottle^asuaiiy  represents flve-hundredths of 1  per cent. These* large divisions  are again divided into five spaces,  each space representing one-hundredth of 1 per cent. Skimmllk  testing flve-hundredths per cent  fat would contain five-tenths  pound, or one-half pound, of butter fat per thousand pounds.���������  From Bulletin of Ohio Expert's- ment Station.  ��������� *  eta c-eeee setae*��������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������  a  e  9  *-������������������������  _ TO BIND THE LOAD OF HAY.  e  ������  ���������*  __  *  ������  ���������  '���������  __ _���������**-���������  PROMISING  MEW FRUITS.  Aa the Market Demand Increases New  ' -     VartetiM Will Bo Developed.  "As tbe business aspects of fruit  growing receive more definite recognition varieties will be planted more and  more to meet particular conditions  and for special rather than for general  , purposes, states the agriculture depart-  mtent year book ln discussing some  promising new fruits. For instance,  under present conditions one of tbe  most important requirements of a win-  tar apple in many sections is that it  bave good cold storage qualities. Summer apples were for a long period a  minor commercial consideration, bui  for the: past ten or fifteen years an Im-  -" portant demand for tbem has developed in the eastern markets, which has  ly  apple" varieties iu  many   sections  -where formerly they were little valued.  As the market demand for newer  fruits increases and tbelr culture be*  coiftes of greater commerc_q\ Importance, new and better varieties or varieties better adapted to commercial  needs will probably,be developed. In  tbe ease of such fruits as the avocado  and the mango, tho commercial culture  of which is comparatively new, there  /are as yet but few varieties In cultt-  voHnn  -*������ r|-V������fca C*jm*,irvY  The Eastman apple, now being cultivated in the upper Mississippi valley,  was planted ahd developed for the peculiar needs of this region, whlcb ls  characterised by long, dry, cold winters? It has proved to be a remarkably early, regular nnd prolific bearer.  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  The?foilowing manner -of binding a load of hay is very-, effective. It is called the Spanish  windlass. Pass a strong rope  over top of load and mako it  fast io bottom, of rack in the  center of each end and do- not  draw very tight Now take two  round sticks about four feet long  and one and one-half inches  thick. Any round stick of suitable size and strength will do.  Sharpen one stick and push it  about three feet into hay on top  of the load, close to the rope.  With the other stick take a hitch'  ln the rope close to the stick in  the liay and then wind it around  and around the upright stick,  which will also wind tbe rope  around the stick. You will bind  the load as tightly as tbe rope  will stand. When sufficiently  tight tie the end of the stick to  the rope and you are ready to  go. When the load settles give  the stick another turn or two.-���������  Farm and Fireside.  9  9  9  ������������������������>������������*s*;**:"'s*������9*<>ie9������tt  FALL  ORCHARD  WORK.  Go Over the Ground and Clean Up  Carefully.  Just before the soil is being prepared  for the sowing of the cover crop is a  fine time to go over the orchard and  clean up, picking up and hauling out  such rubbish as old crates, ladders and  otber things tbat were left during the  period when fruit gathering was on  hand, says the Home and Farm.  Such material is not only in the way.  but Is a good hiding place for rats and  mice, as well as winter quarters for  insects that are injurious to orchard  crops. If the trees have made but  slow growth tbe past two or three  years it wonld be a very good Idea to  scatter some barnyard manure over  the orchard just before preparing the  soil for the crop.  This manure should be pretty well  rotted and should be scattered uniformly, being careful not to get it In  piles about the trees. ' The manure will  not only help the soil, but will aid the  trees in making a better growth and  will help tho cover crop to grow better. Where the trees have been making a rapid growth I think it best to  not use any manure. Let the growth  of the trees the past two or three years  serve as your guide.  THE CANADIAN-:B*ANK  -     "*'������    - 1 j-      -  OF    _J5_- ED������n5-_tWj-LKER,C������V.O.,LL.D������D.C,I^_resl!Sese  aLii-AKptK LAiiiD, Oeneral Manager ������������������"       JOHN AIRE). Aso't General Manager  fi a n.8***r * i    A4*r nnnna  jJUIIALi *IU,UUU,  fii-un  nr������^fnaif������      Resell* t: runt5,  *  ***** ���������>=������%<��������������� ���������������*���������������*#&  _ i 4 psiiii uiiu  W ��������� W|WV������|***#V  BANKING BY  MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank  Of Commerce to be operated by mail, and wiii 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  E  RACK  FOR  WAGON  BOX.  Convenient    Auxiliary    Wood    Carrier  Can Be Easily Made.  It is often necessary to carry wood  In the wagon box.    When it is not  _     , _ _ ^_      _    _      ,_*_.���������    worm while ~fco~take the-box-off -and  a light rack to St inside the wagon  box is therefore a convenience. One  Qf these racks is shown in tbe accompanying sketch.  The side and cud pieces are made of  two by four inch material, the end  piece B to be the same width as the  Application forr Licence to take niid  use Water will he made under th*-  ���������"Water Act" of British Columbia, as  follows:���������  1. The name of the applicants tare,  Wm.-yS. Reed nnd Wm. Mai her.  2. The address ������.f the arplicanta ip  Creston. ;  8. Tbe narre of the' stream is Li?z .rd  Greek, lhe stream has its source in  Rolf mountain, flows in a westerly direction, and empties into Eootenny Fl its  at Wynndel Junction.  4. The water is to be diverted from  the stream on the South side, about  five hutidied feet from the C P. R.  track.  5. The purpose fox. which the water  will be used is ii i igation  6. The land on  which the water  is to  be used is described as follows:���������  Blook 126 K. V. Lands,   Block I29A K.  V. Lands,   tbe ncrth 18.S5 acres of lot  8645 G I Kootenay  7. The quantity of water appl*f d for  is as foll-iwf*:��������� one half cubic fei-t per  second.  8. This notice was pasted on the  ground on tbe  sixth day of April, 1914.  9. A copy of this notice and an application pursuaut thereto and to the  requirements cf the '��������� Water Act"'will  be filed in the clhce oi she Water Re=  corder at Felson. Objections m-iy be  filed with the- paid Water Recorder, or  with the Comptroller of Water Rights,  Pai-liain-f nt Bnijiling, Victoria, B. C.^  ~^Vu.lrjL it-ied,?-W- Mathei-r  - ���������  ��������� - (Applicants)  OVKR 6S yCARS'.  EXPERIENCE  mmm  .Anyone eroding a-sketch and description may  jjulckly aicflrt������ln our opinion rreo whether ������uj  luwiiciOu-ia prOunpjjr  ttonaatrlc   ���������ent free.  Pitentm   _____ _  jptcitti notice, without o_ta**Re, in tho  ttona strictly conBdenttnl. KAHfiBDCK <a������ Patents  _ ��������� .. Oldest agency for ���������ecur_ogj>atente.  Patents taken tfirousb Hoaa & Co. zscsIts  Scientific Jfnsericati.  A. handsomely Ulnatruted weekly, largest clr-  ealatlon ot any scientific journal. Terms ror  Canada. 93.1. a year, v-oatage prepaid.   Sold by  MM jt ft^eJBfir^ Hew York  Branch Office. 625 V St.. Washington. ro.O.  -A Handy Snow Shovel.  Take a piece of board two feet long  and ten Inches wide.    Nail to this a  handle six feet long of 1 by 4 material.   Nail a brace from lower edge of  ���������rm_ SBovnti has a nountiB osn.  bourd to handle. This shovel may be  used to push or draw snow from walks  and porches about thc homo or to drag  leaves together after they have fallen  from tho trees ln tho fall of tho yoar.  WAGON BOS WOOD BAOK.  inside of the wagon box. A and B  are mortised together so the rack may  be removed in sections. The side  pieces of the end gate O pass through  staples, tbe top eud going in first. Tbe  upright slats may be of lighter material than the frame, but It is ,not desirable.'to have thbm less than two by  one inch. Both frame and slats should  be of tough wood, such as hickory or  oak, so as to withstand rough hand-  ��������� .������g.  \f desired, bolts may be used instead  of' the nails or screws. Where nails  are used It Is advlsnble to have item  clinched.���������American Agriculturist  iraheili  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer ih   hig'i   clais  boots and saoes.  NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice of which appeared in the B. O  Gazette on October, 10, 1913, is cancelled in so far as it relates to tbe following  expired timber licenses:���������  4481,9082,11347, 21S07, 22661, 23116.  24482, 267S7, 36926, 28183, 30358, 31180,  31184, 31185, 31201, 31330. 31481, 32022,  33711 83411, 3345S, 88460, 34221, 34273,  34310, 36602, 37580, 37993, 37994, 41344,  41426 and 43176.  R. A. Renwick,  _^,._ , , Deputy Minister^ Lands..  LandffDepartmeiit, ''.  Victoria, B. O.  Mar. 31st., 1914. June SC  ff&Vf,  MfHiH  ���������SS        A       f������. B  ������_*___/���������%���������������-S>B 1  ��������� -������������������>��������� .^  :i  :M  I  THS   HOME  ',. OF   THB.  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  ������AMPLE  ROOMS  tTHE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR HOTEL IM  THE  KOOTENAYS  Run on 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 upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  B  W. A. HERON  __K___3___*f}__i*���������__-_i_.  ���������an' * __-**���������  =K -mmm*   w*V> ��������� r    v*������_������������w_y      mm* ������ VWMr������i* * ������^������ m*       m^m^m      *__^  Real Estate  King George Hotel Block,  THE LAND THAT GROWS  and Insurance  4th.  Street,   CRESTON, B.O.  THE BIG USD APPLE.  Now   is   lhe   time  Cre���������t6t_   Land,   betor-s  to get   busy   and   purchase  mm*m _*X.  x uau  ��������� __  LUC  act  ^Wnnftnnfill    (mini     IF\fl mi5?  WMIhlKlari Iill        B.|S*=s:a,i i  1 gi  r=y  !!y_tofli4fi_       WuliSiA        S lBBB (UJ  which is rapidly coming to the front and proving  to  be  the   Banner  District   of .British   Columbia.  We  have listed  for sale  Choice  Lois  BUSINESS AND  RESIDENTIAL  Improved Ranches and - partly improved from  io to 20 Acre Blocks. Wild land ajoining a  settlement in Blocks of from 5 to. 330 Acres.  For  full  information  and particulars  Write  or  call  on  the  Box  36  Creston,  R. C_  The Barrels  and Lugs of  STEVENS  Ooublo and Single Barrel  |SH.OTaUNS^,-^ttS  ���������pecWly iolecttd ������Uel .^'-ITMNCtU mhstt  othti-.gun* ar* jfirlMIMtl. 'Comp������r#  tTEVtNf with gum Ar ������t any whir* our. _h_  ^.IctJinilnot..  jgfft ourVMlffrt-OUChwi. i  r Ctment.  Cemont Is taking tbe place of other  materials for floors and for different  forms of farm construction. It has  many uses, but lt la .doubtful If lt will  ovor supplement lumber ontlrely.  BEES  IN  WINTER.  Now Is a good tlmo to read up ou  tbo lutomt methods of beekoeplng and  to plun for tho coming BoasouT  j Whiter Ju Iht* time to rtlopoac" of the  honey surplus, nnd thoro aro many  ,wuya lu which Uio wide awake beekeeper can do It.  } Taka the subject-of Inereaso, for "in-  stance flow few boo mon thoro ore  ,Who realize that they arc not depend  ent upon the natural swarming for  rapid Increase!.  Where the hoes are wintered ln tho  .������i     ������������������ ���������   ������    i .       ....  ... ..,., ���������,.,..I  *.%Hl*xt   ������������.   tui   jJir.it   i,u   ���������lliu.v   mi   Ui.i.uulvnui  exnmliiatloii to bcmi that It Is nir tight,  aud a weep up front the door the dead  oupcrnmiuntcil bri-a thnt havo crawled  out to die, mid also, If ��������� necessary, give  vontllntlon at night.  Too much colU utr suauoniy  let in  t.    .        .      ..... ..     ���������.  U|KJU   tuu   UUU*   U_  W   !_t_U,   b_>l->tt   WUU   _������._������-������������������������  to make them restless. Tbo bettor  .way la to allow the cool, fresh air to  feutar tho other eu-J of tttc v:\AUs po-'  j^oattovy tad be ���������omewbat tem  ���������nd then ilow Into tho  Wire Gate Fastener.  Tlio Illustration shows the manner  of fastening 11 guto In a barb wire  fence. The lover Is held to Its place  In 11 hole In tho post.  The stick holding tho  wires of the Knto  Nhould be made of  Home lilt rd wood and  the lower enil Hhould  Piium behind a loop  fuotenod to tbo post  whore tho lower wive  comes. To the lovor  Is attached a hook that  pusses aroiuul tlie up-  per end of tho hard wood stick. By  pulling on tbo lovor tho wires are  stretched taut find when the bolt is  put In position tho gate Is held fast  nnd firm.  Monoy Mado Out of Boans.  ,   A. contributor to Farm and Klrcsldo  says:  "Last year 1 utilized an aero of sandy  ground which othorwlHo would havo  been idle. I lil rod the men to plant  it to nnvy ben iih Thoy did that with  tho corn planter. It took them only  11 Hlinrt lima Thev also cultivated tbo  iic-ro nt the proper time and helped uio  tliriiHl* tho beans In the full. I paid  for thia help at the into of $1 por  day, amounting altogether to $0.    Vox  tbo seed I paid <"_  ....   .     1        *.....������      .....   ������........,,..  i....ii...l������ sit It/i.Mn   tn* ������'l������lrr|i  f  tvwrlvwt  $:t per biiHhul at wholcsalo. net ting uu-  $>%l for my boadwoik."  ->������(M**M>MMI)0������������M.>������������.  ���������_# 1 W^*r 11   <S  maamaaxssmBsssammaaaamam  . ��������������������������� -  Hornless  Phonographs  SELL AT FROM  $45 to $80  <; ? You can buy one on time  if you wish  Sole Agents for CreBton  i1-*"1^ 11. i.iii^ii ii-_-g^__-i__^_���������-���������___���������  dreston Drug-& Book Gq_  i PHONE ei  !���������*-������������������*+-*  Creston Hotel  wwww  ���������v    . -..���������*Vv. 7'    '; ���������?,���������  iT%_������    T*������0fJm*0*i ���������'���������  m *m*0  ximmmmmxst**f -  Hotel of the  FraH    Belt  '  Y  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign; the register at  the Creston Hotel* Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The* rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Out   Guests  Cah   c&gain  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  LB* Moran  .  .    Our Shotgun  Ctuto* ���������howa tht  nmoui lino of Suv.ni R������p_ttin-*>Doubhi-*8In*  glei.  I* you Mnnot obt.ln STGVGN3 from your  'dMl-r-lot ui know. ������nd Vs will ���������hlpdlnoU ���������������_ I  4pr������u proiifild, upon rtctlpt of C������t������__(j prlcn |  mmmmmmmmm   '  I. STEVENS ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  P.O.Box 8001,  ctsicopre rAU^.MAso.  ..j ������  ������00. * rf**-' *l00** t0a * 00. *I&0*0at,-00** &0900?* 00       * **<-__.������*_*^ ������?S-_-*> ^*%t'������ _fc������ *���������**���������__>, - ***li_������,'*w^������ ____i *)m>^  ^____^- ^������������������������������������"r- _lflta--4H___^ ^____p- MBm- tf____^ I���������____!' ^___k_^^���������H������������������-* ^^Dfe** 0^m^* m^0^m^^^^mm*^^H^ ^4^^v^fl____r m^BtmmSmS^ 0*^^* *K*0  iti^T'^*'>a&^r*^r**Er*wr������^*''**������>������*i>"***.   *0**00*700^***^'j?*****g^^^t 0?  Swimming AoaSitst  ==the Stream ==  buntnsM without advertising.  And It la net ������������������r-CHMUlvs ttt aoln  dmmltifMm (-ubllolly *>**th������ vvo.vt  prlntar*' Ink, Our Closlfl*������l  Want Ails, oost llttla, and ars  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to Us *  ,/  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  iii  to  Tmu tl������������M. ���������������   m miimSmm* Smnlm  ror your buslnssb.  c>rira������Mj lutv, ��������� V mftm.,  mmtMaaaaatfmmmaaaaaaaaam  I  I  J  to  to  to  * % a  to  "a A A  W  to  Job Print ing  12t n������5 <h> ������rv������  JL_>4 JKJIM^  aaa  \/<r>.n**e _T__������_rl-___.**    ir*\'irIiict*  ������ "crews������.    i/i, %>ai%0M- 9    *-���������*������-*���������    ������-������*^^  CRESTON     RV1EW  ��������� ^__S ���������_____��������� *^____> "J  -**���������___*'*_ "__:  * m0' 00* 00 1  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  f_A-r  w  % 1  a^asaatamaa*  [Plums ' ^s _r&s. *# ^fc-Bs-jg. Q������seB*ries  Cellared���������Soots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."       ,..  Established IOOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL.  ...<������.-._.__. "Minister of Agriculture  1 ALB. STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE FRIGES  [ For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Greston,JB. C.  t>m  S   _f^ ^*  1 lie  Ci  0A. 0&���������* *r%<&* &������������*  t*  i  T^hion mercantile Co*  imtitYtiieQ  Go   Down The  Street  Wearing  A _-���������  us to   snow  _��������� t.  and  Summer  ine oest uood Shoe"  you the   new Spring  styles of  it/i __ __._-.  y'Q. A. Slater Co.  vy  Men's in Button and Lace, in Tans,  Patents,  Gun   Metal  and Velour Calf.  -Women's in Patent, Velour Calf, Tan  and  Willow   Calf   in   Lace    and   Buttoned.  *    "  -  We handle shoes made by the most  reliable firms only and guarantee all shoes  to   be- made   of   solid   leather.  Children's shoes solid, comfortable and  low   priced.  We can   fit  all   kinds of  feet.  List fall when the Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Press Association  held its annual convention at Edmonton,  the attendance was in the neighborhood  of 200. -All hut seven of these newspapermen and their wives were carried  to Edmonton over the O. P. ft. and were  Bhbwn every courtesy by the officials of  the company. It was owing to this  liberality and kindness of the railway  company that the oonventlon was made  such a buccess. at thu same litre ihe officials of the Grand Truuk Pacific provided r. special train to carry the delegates, and their wives to the end of Bteel  at.Tete Juan Oaohe.  This, year the Alberta and Eastern B.  O? Press Association convention is to be  heldftt.Verfics Tc assist is ___s_k.iag  the convention a success, the O. P. R.  has volunteered to bring all delegates  aud their wivos from Aiberta and Eastern B. O. points, aud in addition the  company proposes to provide the big  Okanagan lake boat to give tbe delegates  a chance to see the Okanagap Valley as  far south as Peatioton. At ths annual  meeting of the members of the Okau-  Press Guild, at Vernon last week, Mr.  Fred js! xrautiutiv, preps rtsprwBentttcivQ  of the Vice-President's office, appeared,  and con veyed the good news to the  delegates. He said the company would  assist in every way possible to make the  Okanagan convention aa big a success as  that of Edmonton last year.  f_r-__ Vice   te.   trnnxv     t-.Yll*     _v,A_rn-_il--A    rif  ���������^���������-v ���������������������������������  ~~   -_-*-..,       ~������������������ e>     ���������  the undertaking, and its possibilities to  fully realise what this means to tbeOkan-  agan. Evary newspaper in Alberta and  Eastern British Columbia will be represented at the forthcoming convention.  And the various editors of  these news-  The  6rC8_l  Li m ited  BgiriejQf Our Goods That_Must  Be So I d I r res oectl ve of Cost  Mens Suits  Two*Thirds  Regular  Price  Peabody Pant Overalls regular price $3.25 now .'. .-....$1.56*  Peabody, Stripe Bib,  Overalls regular price $2.2s now $1.3?  Other Overalls and Shirts Reduced.  Mens 12 in. Cruisers Boot, regular $10.00 now, $7*25  Mens River Shoe regular $7.50 now. $5*95  Many odd lines of. Boots in our Bargain Box Away Below Cost.  Don't Hiss Our Bargain .Counters.  Lancaster & Co. mi^SXot-  WB-B_--__ni  papers will go home to till their reader  about the trip aud the oouuuy they  pass on the wny. The convention wiii  be held the hitter part of August or in  eariy September, and che delegates will  speud the bettor part of a week in the  Valley. It will be up to the various  towns to show what they have to offer  and to lend suoh assistance as oan be  given in the    entertainment    of    the  tvi.AO-������ __Ti.It,_-������.r���������h'-,  *P������-f>Ba  The road in front of the new jail and  courthouse is being graded under the  supervision of Mr. Peaee  c_aa  K-_Blf_-a_B������f_i--IH-^^  *  AND  ORNAMENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  All onr trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded slock  on three-year-old whole roots,  AU Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. ���������  *#  Js* D- 3PIIER--3  ��������� . t-  t LIVERY AND TRANSFER ���������  Phone 85  X Wood for Sale  As. 0m Jb ____.        0m 0h.        ._������. .* Am. M, 0*  Church  Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Sunday School and Adult Bible Glass  11:30 A.__.  Come and you will be made welcome  Fred I_? Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday at 11:15 a. m.  and 7:30 p. ni.  Sabbath "School and Adult Bible Class  at 10:30 a. rm.  W. G. Blake  Minister  Let us do your printing for you.  Prices right and satisfaction guaranteed  The Creston Review.  FEEDING STOCK FOR GAINS,  consumes   an   enormous  food   according   to   live  An international fleet of more than  two hundred vessels, iucluding representative types of battleships from the  navies of all the great maritime nations,  with gather Hampton Road in January  1015, and proceed upon a cruise through  the Prnama Canal to San Francisco  harbor reaching their destination early  in March 1915, and shortly after the  formal open of the Panama-Pacific  International Exposition.  NOTFOH HIM.  Pigg: Don't you wish you could live  your life over again?  - The   hog  o tyk/^iv-***!*       <-���������������#  Vt__������->MUV V*.  weight, but it is an economic consumer when compared to the steer and the  sheep. Tbe bog eats heartily and  greedily, but if given the right kind  of food It will make gains rapidly.  Compared with other meat producing  animals, tbe hog consumes less for tho  amount of gain. Burkett says that on  ihe basis of i.000 pounds lire weight  the hog uses 275 pounds of dry food to  160 for the sheep nnd 125 for the steer  per week. Of this the hog will digest  230 pounds, while the sheep will digest  but 120 and the steer but 88 pounds.  It is estimated conservatively tbat to  produce 100 pounds increase the steer  requires 1,100 pounds of dry matter lu  food, the sheep 910 and tbe hog 420.  Estimating the increase In live weight  for food consumed on the unit basis  as one for the steer, sheep will be 1.5  and hogs 5: hence we see from this  comparison thnt the sheep In proportion to its weight eats more food than  the steer aud yields a greater increase,  but the pig eats more heartily and  yields more meat than either.  It is interesting to feed young pigs  and note their keen appetites and see  the gains made. This is aiways more  striking wben the feeds are weighed  and the pigs put on the scales from  time to time and the gains noted. For  quick results the swine is the'animal  for .our  farms.     It grows  fast  and  I with  little investment is soon ready  _ for the block or for market.  _J|H *_**_ B_a-5Sw  0  fin  UUi  I   B  Limited  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  ���������nv>-������������������. \xr_������n  T   <;T.S\..l.r*l or������_r  r\0\t-t "^'s?������  got a 20-year endowment policy maturing this mounth.  CATHOLIC OHUROH  Mass 10:30  Benediotoin 3;30  Every first Sunday of the month.  Father John O. M. I.  Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30  Mistress (engaging servant);''And  remember, Jane, we like to be served  at table with alacrity."  Jane: "Certainly mum; and when  yer 'ave it���������after the soup?"  In the Spsc Light  On thc ttage-etti_^������tfftfi������ ������po*  jjtght is on the man-who atfvertiua.  Oof Cbsstfed Want Ad������ will  place you *r your Msdb._rilM.Kme.  jight at pubic attention!.  ir you -umw net t_iU'lt*LH_; tf_t_r  illumini-twtg ptmr.mnlltutpibtyw.,  ������"Wi'MMs* MV ly AVI  City   Bakery  And Ice Cream Parlors  Try Our Ice Cream  Cakes Mndo to Order nnd I*������rtle4  Colored for ,';���������  New Stock of Chocolates Just  Opened Up  Bread 15 tickets fur $1.00  JAS. TWENTYMAN  ^atcbmalier  and Dewekr  2nd Door From The Garage  All Repairs   Entrusted   to My Care  Will Receive Prompt Attention  Workmanship  Guaranteed  GUY   LOWENBERG  SYNOPSIS OP OOAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and iu a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for a terra of twenty-one years at  an annual rental df $1 an aore. Not  Tfjoro than 9,560 acroo will ba leased to  one applioant.  Application for n lease muBt be made  by the applioant iu person to the Agont  or Sub-Agent of the distriot iu which  che rights applied for are situated.  In survoyod territory tho laud must  lie described by Boctious, or legal sub-  d'vlsionB of sections, and In uusurvoyed  torrltory tho traot applied for shall be  Btaked out by tho applicant himself.  Each applioitiou must bo accompanied  by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded If  tho rights applied for aro not availahlo  but not otherwise.    _\ royalty shall bo  Said on tho merchantable output of the  lino at the rate of flvo cents por ton.  Tho person operating the mino shall  furnish tho Agont with sworn returns  accounting for tho full quantity of merchantable ooal mined and pav the royalty thereon. If tho ooal mining rights  aro not being operated, suoh returns  should bo furnished at least onoe a year  Tholoaao will include the ooal mining rights only; but tho lessee may ha  permitted to purohaBe whatever availahlo surf Aeo rights may bo ocmuidorod  nooonanry for tho working of tbo mine  a^ tho rate of $10 an aore,  Tor fuUinfornitttiou application should  bo made to tho Soorotary of thu Department of tho Interior, Oi tawn, or to any  Agont or Bub-Agent pf Dominica Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Miuistor of tho interior.  N. B.~~Uuauthorlzcd pnalloation of  this ndvortt. omout will not bo paid for.  -30C00.  Consulting Engineer  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc,  TRAIL    .-.  B.C.  -Dealers in  MEAT  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  and Oysters  in Season  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  VT'T'Om  fox* $a_.<ten &ad.i&xm are best [  for __}.���������.soil.S������->e Catalogue* for  solid. ������ttaYCtt-.t9������ oijraxity  ana&&rmi_-_._&tio__L  Send now for Copy free  Sutton a Sons/The Kings SQ*di_en  -___������/acting _Sng������lnnc_i  A. v.'.' W ������ ������ d vw or di  Vscrc-r-ie.     &      vancouv������r  615 Ff/r-1- Sf. 667. GranvilloSt-.  SALC A'������KNTS PAR OKITISSM CALUMBtA  GiST    ������UUK -  ing; TiiiTilrig and  General Repair Work  _..    Done   by  W. B. Embree  The satisfaction of work  well   done  lingers long after the price is forgotten.  Massey- Harris  IMPLEHENTS  Everything for the   .  Farm and Carden  Bean and Massey^Harris  Sprayers  Stickney   and  Massey-Han-is  Gasoline  Engines.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  Remember we carry  parts ior Everything  We  Handle  __-_M____-_MS_-m_MM^  RS  BEV AN?  ^Uff^^0t^^4^m0ttm0^..0lmx0l^jjaix0ilmjiB^.0^m0l^0^x^i^.^^^tom0Sm.0^0lL.JIILL.^^ __H_. ____. __lw ^GU  '���������I  ________  yjSpr.  niii.imiil ilm.mi mi Mill>iii  ���������giiiittaiihiiiilMliiWiii  *mmmSm  mmimmmm  ******  ir.in.iwilil������iiiliiiwinliiimii.ii i i������iiiii_iW iil|; i IiiIii;___������Mi_-i  MIHIWIII^__M__-__lll-_l_l__nMH^  *m*mmmmss*m******m


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