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It is  eqpected that the-population will be~  close to the 2,000 mni'k- ���������Trail News  Two foreigners who   had  smuggled  x*~ _.._*,--*-.-.~..   _������_.������.___._.    _!._.  -IUVUID.IVOO    ctrvl������Vir-r_F    HMO  hearicg before Mayor Gaw anu Ayimer  McCallum iu tbo*police court Saturday  <t.H.<sVnOuil.      jn.vjjr   vrci.u-UCi-UUDpuj.-  -ed, and were taken south'by Immigration Inspector McCallum on Monday.���������  Grand Forks 3nn.  .. ������_������_____.  Colonist fears the  possibility   of  a  mining boom.    No danger.    Mining is  qn a solid business basis.   We had our  mining boom   years   ago.    The   coast  7 cities also had a  boom���������a  real   estate  _ "bo .aa.    iMeither   is    likely    to   occur  -again.���������Slocan Record. -  Bev- H^n^y Steel... who hss heen  rector of Holy Trinity Anglican  Church, Grand Forks, for the past teu  years, Bas been invited to become rector  .of a church at Cripple Creek, Colorado,  and has accepted. He will probably  preach his farewell  sermon tomorrow  . and will leave within the next ten days  to assume his new duties^   Announce-  __2Si_t of his leaving was made from the  S^   pulpit last Sunday. " Both Mr. aud Mrs.  "Steele will be greatly missed notoUy  by their parishcners, but by their many  friends fcbrougbtout the district as well.  ���������Grand Forks Gazette.  Mr. Asquith?has beeu asked to amend  tbe blasphemy laws It looks as though  s'.me people are flailing ordinary  strong language inadequate during the  present crisis.��������� Gr.v_.d Forks Gazette.  CELEBRATION PLANS  0 NOT MATERIALIZE  It is a regrettable fact that there was  -*������������������        'i  not enough of the citizens oi Creston  Distriot who cared to attend the meek-'  itigs called'for tho purpose of arrauging  nr   ax 1*3/  who did attend were enthusiastic but  so few in number that to attempt to carry through a celebration would have  been disastrous, so the matter vvae dropped ^entirely for the time being.  , A suggestion was made tbat we ori  "gsnize a big picnic some time later on  iu the season.   A small 'fund conld be  collected toourchase prizes for the ev-  i'i  ents and a   small   program   of   sports  conld be thns carried out.  It is  hoped   that   when   the   matter  comes up for publio treatment, it will re  ei've more attention   than   the  Empire  Day celebration received.  -/bt_i11rurn   at nam  m    S.    ^Pfc   *m ' ~fl__   ffl_h>   ~M_i- mt*' _r__^ JM_' 1__.' THhr <m ��������� T.���������.   gfr ��������� rfjwii ttnm vm _n_,   "_������������������ , ,      . r^ ,  jf>.*^*������r>������sr<-:s������'^*sr'^^'S^sr������*s>~'?y^^'-r.3^^.^  'Jt0"i  v__.  ���������_���������  ft  _    - fis)   'NOTICE S  w  \mY  w  ��������� **.���������  W  ft  ft  ft  ft  w  The present Lessee, Bailor and manager of  the Creston Review, A. B. S. .Stanley begs to state  that he has not been resDonsiblc in anv wa-" for  the sending out of notices -threatening court procedure for delinquent subscribers.. He lias 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 hitn  .about the matter as it costs considerable to get out  the paper and money is scarce.  15k  ffXJ  m  *.?!_  ^^*_>*_._tfB&- ~**Tt9 ^W 0amsm msmXtiWWWa *mmmt00m\B8*' **ss\m> 0*^*9 ���������������������_> 0aam 0mWi> 0m\wmi *  ���������S^rSr^rS^^V^'S**/*^1*^'^-  4?  DUCK CREEK NEWS  A telegram was received- Saturday  -tnovning uomK. P. Green, member  for Kootenay, notify iug'T. J. Wadman,  Dominion Lands Agent, that order-in-  council was passed Friday to set aside  the area embracing tho summit of  Mount Eevelstoke and the entire Clack  _ia Ooodiu R������"n������������ as a national pm*k.���������  Mail-Herald.  Charles "W. Po������t, the millionaire  vhiaiiufacturer of Battle Creek, Mich.,  shot himself Saturday at Los Angeles  Mr. Postwaastrichen ill several mouths  ago, and rushed across the continent  aboard a special?train for an dperatioii.  Hb returned hbro only recently, apparently recovered.  Earthquako and volcanic- ourption,.1  ?followotl by lire, dOBtrpypd many  village s on tho fllopos of Mount fitna  Friday Night.- The"disaster causod tho  death of at least 100 persona. The  of injiirod will reach sorvaral hiiudrod.  Itofngcos declared the property lean in  as groat aa hi the Monsiua dimiHtor of  1008. Railroad tacks wero torn np,  cliurohes rawed' to tho ground, bouvios  abakouto ruin and telegraph poles-.  ovorturnod over a vacluH of soverul  mlloH aiound Oatanlu  ���������'������Water���������front :Dcv(*lopmont"   will  form lho thome of  ^hCiihhIoii   at  one  'bcjhhIoii of'tho Into'inational ouiiforon'eo  on City Planning to bo held at Toronto  on May 2T*-27next.   MY. U. H. Gomlay,  roppHrr.fcativiB of tho. board of Ti'.ule on  T"ion*o   Iliu-bour (.-oiiiiuIhhIou,     v, il  *������iv������������ an iiilrlrosn on tbin Hiib|i-(.t.,    .vliirb  shon'd bo of iiiHiiMCHt, not only t*������ eitl-  zotiH of  Toronto,   but.   to   tlm   whole  country.   ("'Hi hiti*'oun.   aro   iml.ioiml  gateways, ami the 1) niitii n   Guvm-ii-  inont. in nxpnctcd   to   ci<iiUibiit,o   o.w  $f|,000,0n0 to thin part lonlnr   pi-ojiel. -  CK)inini������_ion of CoiiH'ei-vntion.  J. Myers left last week for Wardner  where he expects to get employment..  Mr. aud Mrs. LaPoint and son Leo,  of Calumet P. Q. on their way home  from the coast, stopped'oft' at Kitchener, for several days, visiting Mr. and  Mrs, G. A. Hunt. "  Miss Gunderson and Miss Adamson  of this oityspenfclast week in Spokane,  Wash.  Born May Oth to Mr, and Mrs. L. C.  payettcs a. son, Clem is wearing a new  smile.  A.'Adhmson "and"Cr; Gu&tof^on made  a flying trip to Yahk the other day.  Mr. E. Itotham left yesterday for  Jerome, where be will accept the position as section foreman, filling the  vacancy, left by the latePetcr Morrow.  Miss Gertie Gunderson of Cranbrook  speut Sunday in Kitchener, visiting  her histev Miss Selma Gundei-sou.  J. Bedery of Creston was in the city  last Sunday.  Tbe mnn that knows Iioav tf> handle ������  the ribbons, and make"-Scotch clisap  pear,  Ins t.ui-ned his back on our be  loved city for pastures new,  Carl Wigen had the" mistortune to  lose three pigs en the. C. P. K. track on  Saturday. They had strayed away  from home and were returning home  when they got struck by the work  traiu.  John Bdtbie returned from Nelson  Saturday.  J. J. Grady, P. Hagen and S. Moon  were Creston callers- Saturday.  MissrAuna Hagen returned home on  Saturday after an abscence of two or  three months spent in Creston.  The C. P. Ii, have turned over a lot  of their property ih��������� puck Creek tbis  week, in other words the steam shovel  has beeti busy taking away a large  embankment in.bunks.  Messrs John and*Harry Bathie left on  Sunday for Calgary.  | J Miss" McYicar   of Sirdar   speut   the  week end at Duck Creek as the guest of  Miss Fisircloth.  Mr. aud Mrs. Williams were Creston  callers Wednesday.  The  Be.fcket Social held  on Saturday  night vui6 the biggest social and fiu-in*  cial success yet attaint by  the Duck  j Greek Social Club.    The hall which Mr.'  SEEK  WH RH!  &_r������ ia a i wi _  WI III  SceE. W. Ryckman for  youi-   next  job ut' tiiiRinitbing or plumbing.  Y'G.-B. PoWeii the Cranbrook   Sowing  "Machinein.-in wns in town Tursdav.  'Buy yonr fishing tackle from Embree.  The trout climb out on the bank for tbo  buit ho rpIIh.  I have authorized Lancaster & Co. to issue receipts for  all /mollies paid on accounts  due me.  S. A. SPEERS  During thu mini-uor months tho  iiienilioi'H of Wild llo.so Lotlgti, lvnightH  ot I'ylrhliiH will nioet every wecoml  Monday .-���������"���������veiling, Tho noxt mooting  will bo held on Monday May 17th,  when (lu- llrsI define will he put on.  U. 10, llcnilftt the new niuiwigei' of  tho liiuiiidnin Hank of Coiuni(-i.-o, nr-  i ivi-d froni   Oranbrook   yi-..l.oi'ilay   t<>  ��������� ***������������������  ti-ki. up the work ponnanci������t,ly.  P.  Hagen   very . kindly  lent   for   the  oocnsiou was artistically decorated with  evergreens nnd   a .reamer, of red, white  aud blue ciepo paper.    Although lute in  gathering -.here was nr.  excellent uiowil  which k'pfc^ the flobi* full nil the "time.  Tho   ruictioneer   stiirted at   11:80,  Mr  Harry Bathie net ing  in thecnpiieity of  auctioneer,    provid    ino_t    merciful,  being able   tc fairly' draw   inc.   m,->ii'i*y  out ot   the   peoples  pockets,    Tho bidding   wuh  brisk  right, from  the Htart,  toward- thc  curt 'the   excitement, -.-.row  unboniidod  ami it   wan   \vlih dinieuliy  that the iiuttioncor oould  keep up with  iho bi������l.*f 1.0 anxious   where the foil,h to  _;et rid  of their  inniu-y'   Afli-r % uf an  limit*  hard work tho  rtieiioneei'..' <-h rk  vns   ablo   to    cunt   np   the  pro.eeds  vluoh  ii in''.un ted   to ij'iW.OO.    Tnirt was  oiiHidoU'd  v.'ry   Hiitisfiicl.i'iry as lhere  voro only  Ki btihk< t-,.    The  builos nre  .o be highly  complimented  on the very  iirtulio croiitions  they  mado  and the  pentleiuon's upprco atloii was shown by  tbo way they   bid, ouu  goulluiuau  pacing an high as $4.50 for hin biiHket,  Mis' Mai le llngon was 'u visito'c to  Sirdar on WodneHday.  Guy Lowoal.urg brought a ]iarty  down tit Duck Crook on Wednesday  night in bis motor launch.  One of the most formidable combines  ever directed against Englisu shipping  was -r-'orn.ed~afc Berlin today at a meeting of delegates of the North German  Lloyd and Hambm*g-Ameriean companies. The agreement is to establish a  community of interests for the next  fifteen years iu connection with the  passenger and freight services across the  Atlantic. Tbe Koinische Zeitung states  that the German companies bad found  it impossible to arrive at an agreement  with the English companies possessing  a Canadian  service, aad  the Canadian  lines had demanded that their quota in  ���������v. ,  the projected hew pool should be based  ou tlie traffic of the last five years.    To  this it was   objected   that   during   the  period in question,  Canadian traffic has  assumed  record    dimeutious,   whereas  recently it has declined,   in some cases  to the extent of fifty per cent.  Herr Balin proposed as a compromise  that Cauadiau lines should as a preliminary condition concede five percent  of tLo share based on five years' computation, and that theagreement should  thon bo renewed for five yoarp, subject  to revision.  They would havo the right to claim  revision as soon as their Canadian business increased by 20 per cent, and the  other cotupanieB would have, tho same  privilege if "it decreased iu equatprupor-  tion. The Canadian lines, -however,  refusad to accept it. out of hand, desiring time to think it over  ���������Tho C. O. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11'. ���������'���������*:'.������������������.  Goo. Heald aooouutanfc for the Canyon  City Lumber Co. for the past, throe  years has? tendered bis resignation to.  take effect Juno fir-.t. Mr. Heald and  family will leave for Spokane soon to  make their futuro homo.  A. D. lloburgo foreman of tbo Canyon Oity mills has resigned his position  to tako eil'uot at onco. Mr. Hohargo  and family will leave the fir ,t of Juno  for Miuiil-noIiI- and Wisconsin  points to  i.  Hpond tho summer,' .  RESTON BAINS,  HIGH RIVER LOSES  The many friends- of Mr. ane Mrs.  O. A. Burbank will regret io-hear of  r.beir departure this week for Creston,  B. C. where.they' intend to reside per-  ..���������-..ns-i-Iy. Coming here from Ontario  5 years ago, Mr ;Burbank took a position as manager of the grocery department iu. Buck & Howson _ store which  he has held ever since. ��������� He was also a  director in the High River Natural Gas  Co., a prominent member of Chalmer's  Church, aud a puplic spirited man who  will bo missed from the community.  Their many friends, "while regretting  Mr. and Mrs. Burbanks departure, tfoin  in wishing them success in their new-  location, and hope that some time in  the future they will return to High  River.  ��������� On Monday evening of April 27, the  members of - Chalmers Presbyterian  choir met at che church to say farewell  to Mr. Porster', who has resigned his  positi.-n as organist in that church to  to take a more lucrative position in B.  C After an hour spent in singing,  .flashlights were taken of the choir. A-  dainty lunch was then served by, the  ladies after which Mr. Owen on behalf  of the choir read a short address to Mr  Forester. In a lew well chosen words  he expressed the regrets of the members  of the choir at his departure. He had,  h9 said been connected, with different  choirs both in the Old Country and in  Canada and he had as yet to find a  choir in which tne members worked  more harmoniously and enerjetically  l ban la Chalmers Though he had been  m this choir but a very short time he  had experienced pleasures and received  benefits not soon to be" forgotten. He  assured MrJ Forester that if he ever returned to High.River he would receive  the heartiest welcome, He then presented him with a travelling case fitted with  ebony toilet articles, which "he-hoped  wou'd in some small way.convey to him  the hUh esteem aud sincere affection  which was enter cained* Tor hfmby each  member of the choir, and that the wishes of "all were that he should meet" with  happiness aud prosperity in his new  wi rk.  Very touchingly Mr. Porster thanked  the choir for the gift. Ke Haid it would  always bo highly prized in memory of  the kindness of heart that' had prompted  its giving. He also thanked the inein-  bers of the choir for tbe loyal support  tbey bad given him, aud "for the enthuB-"  iastio manner iu which they had undertaken tho strcnous work of preparing  and presenting the better class of miisio  which hnd undoubtedly broiight* the  choir the success and popularity in is  now enjoying. During the past nino  mouths jhe work had become a real  plea, uro to bim, and. he would always  take a keen interes. ia the work of  Ohalniors choir. Though ho was hot  I quick at,   making   friouds.   ho   had ho  QUEEN'S BROTHER  FOR SALE���������Youiik Vo-Jo-hbo p*h������,  tot brecdlug purpose. W'������H brod from  AgiiBBl/. Experimental Farm Stock,  Apply A. N. OonUng-tii. Uicbiou. A.-JU>| piicyt. aro i-igUL,  Tho Ohio Improved OliMtcr White  Boar, Biirnriide Clii.tnpiiti, lOOUl, for  Hcrvioo.    W. LoveHquc, l.ricUKon .       yo  ��������� Ni'-iul for our priccH on I'lirnituii", we  pny tho freight.   0.0 8.  Whon vou want vour no.vt, job of  piinlii.^ dom-, iiu io.it,Iii what. Ilm jul.  Is, bring it to the Review ofllco. Wo  guarantee  a 11 rut-class  job  and  our  It happened junk tho other day. One  of mil* lending oi'ti'/ciiH saw it on tbo  street. It wus the form of Luke ibir-  old-I'oioival Reginald Tiintlo wltb vid-  in^ bveiK-hori ami lontintr logging*., wiih  tho proud mien of a British citizen,  looking for id) thn world like a man  who bad jitHfc received an appointment  FOIL SA id. -Two lots and Iioiimo eon- ''from ������������������Niipolt.on"' Bowser or   Minister  i *  training  two- furnished rooms for $<!U0  of Justice or   Alini'S omoiuo   such little  Apfly Unvl w Olllco. MI-HI   gift. ��������� Tho citii*on   aforesaid wiih about  '"** i -   - - -���������   . I in Mft'lv.viu    lom   vlinii   li������   )iin Iwirrnv lw  liming 19!!. tho S.ato of Montana rnohgni/.od "Lo lho poor Indian."* It is  npem. iionrly ij(,eii0,0tCiinthtH.onntiui:lli������n moro IbiiU lllo-ly our local merchant;*,  of rendu, i'ho counties had on hand at' will imvo nn iturrcaniid demand for rid-  tba boginnlmr of tbo year 11.400,000 to Imr hroeohor* new that lho othor liid1o.nn  ���������tart oncratloiiR.*���������W-nntorn  Motor Car. I hnvi. fwb**.t-vl tholuihlt.  know in tho mouibors of tho choir sonde  of his stnooroflt friends aud he would  never forgot thom,   Messrs Hnddqn aud  Miios and  Mrs. Koch also  spoke a few  . " ;-?  words. >.i  Tho   choir   then   joinod .i^.rtili^itiug*  "Auld  Lung  Syno"   at   *ohe close of  which threo   hoart.y oheors   wt.ro'glvon  for Mr. Pointer.   Each   ono then   batio  t hiin a  personal good by o  wishing him  good luck and God Speed.���������High Rivor  Times.  The appointment of Pcince-Alesander- "  of Tei k to ihe Governor-Generatsnip of  Canada is hailed on all sides with great  satisfaction, though the announcement  WBR   Rntllflllllmt      0.P   r.   Or.%.m...Z*f.     <n   _;__   __  ��������� ,��������� .. ���������m.,     v*   m uiM|jxiQg    xxx   VACUO   *J*  che report that had been current for  some mouths past associating the name  of Prince Arthur with the appointment.  Prince Alexander, Queeu Mary's favorite brother should prove very popular  in the Dominion and a worthy successor to the Duke of Connaught. Courteous in manner, of dignified bearing,  ahd royal to his finger tips, Prince Alexander is described as piartieularly well  suited to fill the position of Governor-  General, while in Princess Alice of  Albany Canadians will find one highly  fitted for the tmportant role she will be  called upon to play.  Prince Alexander has seen considerable service both in South Africa and in  Matabeleland. During the South African war, hesaw the relief of Kimberley,  followed operations in- the Orange tfree  State and witnessed the relief of Mafe-  king. . On service he never hesitated to  "rough it" with ths rank and iSIe, to  whioh soldierly characteristics he owes  his great popularity among his comrades. For his services he was mentioned in dispatches and received the  Queen's medal with five clasps as well  as the Distinguished Service Order.  The appointment revives rumors of a  royal visit to Canada in 1915.  The announcement that another  member of the'royal family has been  appointed Governor-General of Canada  was heard with great interest today by "  Members of parliament at Ottawa. It  is the opinion on Parliament Hill that  Canada will continue to reooive princes -  of blood only, as Governor-Generals  hereafter.  H. R. H. Priuce Alexander Augustus  'Frederick, Wiliiwm Alfred George pf  teok, D. S. O., G.C. V. O., and a major iu the Royal Horse-Guards, is the  child sou of the late Duke of Teck and  lata Princess Mary Adelaide, and is a  brother of the Queen. He was boru at  Kensington Palace, on April 14,1874,  was educated at Eton aiid the Royal  Military College at Sandhurst, from  which he went ou to the 7th Hussars.  He served in tho Hatabele war in 1896,  and is mentioned again aud again . by  Sir Robert Baden-Powell in his aooount  ......... ,   .. ......      ��������� --���������  "Tha Matabele Campaign" for whioh  he  was  mentioned  in dispatches and  received tho medal.   Later: he served in .  the South African war, was again-ipen-  tionod in dispatches.  ���������.:     . . ���������       .-.��������������������������� ,-n  Ho married pu February>������&, Itf04, H.  R. H. Prinoeoe Alioo of Albany, damjh-  tert)f the late Prince Leopold, bora in  1883, by whom he has two children, tho  Priuoess May, born in 1000, and Prlnoo  Rupert, born in 1907. A third ohild.  Priuce'Maurioe, boru in 1010, diodin  tho same yoar, Prlnoo Alexaudor of  Took is a nephew of tho late Dnkoof  Cambridge ahd a groat grandson of Hla  Majesty C. obrge III.  ���������*?������������������_  Miss Callondci' left Wednesday   for  her homo.in (.ho Old Country.  For Side -Mare about, H00 lbw., also  biood now and litter. John Carfra,  Canyon City.  J. W. Mjuighar, of b'ovl, Htotdo, was  in town lam, wook i'ihi.  i  Sec E. W. Ryckiiuni for   yonr  next  job of tliiHinlthinu* or pluming.  r Wo aro informed that   two of our  yputtg mon on* pleasant bonto.sayod a  trip to  Port'HIU Saturday  Via  fcho  spoodor route.   All wont woll till thoy  camo' to a,  deep cut  aud  thon  the  spoodor'forgot ita cunning and rofuaed  <-o,->piod.    Tho united ingonuity   tailed.  t^������ olinii, any results no tbey continued  tho journoy,'tis said   thoy woro  the  whole )pu*h.^"Wo blush to utato  that  thoyhati, toaojt in thl������ vory  enviable  capacity1 for tho ;|-*3flt of the journey  thoro and all tha way hook.   After the  dance which oohtlnu-vcl till hhi*W Iioitt-m  thoy resumed tho journey  homeward  thankful that'.    t.h������*   Hpo������������rtMi������   ������>*aa   net  loaded.   Tis said ouo galas kuowludgo  by oxporionco.   One alsogainubllst������r������,  A������k Goorgo and Duno,  am  iiiiliMlin������i"niliiiiiri  ___CS__2___K__f_!  _J__g_____________'?!Sit_______^gKH  wrwti' L^^t'g^^^*!Lt.'^t_w^1ft____;^____^l  _tf.___t!_L*_fl_*_g_!  \7X^::m,m\������m  riiBmMgnii_rniiii^^  __Mi  ���������M  m ii:?  ";7..;.-:_r. ���������;'.'.*'.*".^  7/-' '-���������77''v'>.'-.v'rr". J7:..'7';7-:.:':,'.- ',." .' ;'-'  _wgj������;gsjj^^si..i.-t^.^iviiinB  ���������IWWMM-WW.  THE   CEEStou.  'fttsviEVvV""������  ;28i?������*7  mmmxmmmimisBemmmmm*i*im.mL!ii  , S Ss i5 nS _������_ _s ��������� ^s ___ ^������ __���������. hs ���������* EST fir *���������_>__? 57.  ____,,.?, ^- ���������        ^* ** -** ������t-i -w ��������� w n m$ m i  HIS*.  n't*-*.  mini mill i i mini re B 1_.B salBBlB.a _S_.I ��������� ��������� SJ|^>_^  _#y.  \X7  Rri  . .tier  & ni  ai i r  1  V_/|_4.1  f^nsw^  1 X  vv ct  _-u ascription  ^V_-^  IS-  "-���������**���������?*-.��������� ��������� --.:??7  -|gaa      ^c^=_,i___a  B    ^_s  a ���������  the Paper to  become  r Friends  ,  ��������� .('���������-'  Rooster of  rhe 'Cm  rt  %l&l%AI������lfiSf>g  ifie Creston *Rewiefte  Published erery  Friday at Ores-ton, British Colnmbia, by the Creston Printing and Publishing Oompwy, Ltd.  The Review is th* acknowledged advertising inedium of the Creston valley, cir-  onlaUng in nearly one thousand homes throughout the CreBton district and  Teaching out in a broad manner into other communing. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary _. iters' Board of Trade.  -Land pnnhwAanH land lease notices, ������7 for statutory time. Display adver-  tisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 oents per line in ���������moceeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  advance.   Onr columns nre open to contributions dealing in matters of local in-  .   terest and the welfare of the community.    C*mtributions must be brief and  .   signed.  A. B. 8. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  There is one feature oi the  new tariff changes which even  the most rabid Grit papers in  the country have been  .forced"to praise. Hon. W.T.  White/ Finance Minister, has  ���������been generally congratulated  for having prohibited the importation of aigrettes, ospreys,  etc. It is an advanced humane move, which has been  the subject of most favorable  comment from coast to coast.  There is a great difference  in the methods between thc  late Laurier administration  and the present Government  with respect to the matter of  railway aid. When Sir Wil.  frid \tWx\rwt wan rushintj  through the Transconental  scheme Mr. Borden moved  an amendment to the Act to  the effect that the Grand  Trunk be compelled to allow  the export business of this  immensely costly project to  go to  Halifax and St. John,  thus building up tbe railway  business of the Maritime  Provinces and their ports.  Sir Wilfrid and his follow*  ers voted down this motion  of Mr. Borden, with the result  that the Grand Trunk today  can at pleasure divert the  traffic to Portland or any other  New England port.  In the present agreement  with the C. N. R., Mr. Borden  has distinctly stipulated that  the Canadian Northern and  itiSNSubsidiary companies shall  not in any matter within their  power or control directly or  indirectly encourage or advise  the transportation of any such  freight by routes otlier than  to Canadian ocean ports. In  this matter Mr. Borden has  performed a distinct service  for thc people of the Mari-  provinces, which they *will  not hr* ���������.low to rocncnii'/...  ' "We need a really national policy for thc development  of the people themselves, for  the good of all the people  must have first place, and all  such questions as navy, railways, canals and public works  must have their place which  is secondary. Expenditures  must hereafter find their  proper relation to that national development policy, which  has the first claim on the  people's attention and that of  their representatives: There  is everything in it to unite all  sections iu constructive and  enthusiastic effort, and uoth-  iug to divide by distressful  selfishness. "'  politician has been   too prominent;    the     statesman    too  frequently conspicuous by his: %  absence. * *��������� *  <<  Above   is  the  conclusion  What the Robertson commission did for technical  education another commission  is required to do for agriculture. As the Herald recently  pointed out, here lies the  greatest need of Canada today  and the greatest need of Dominion legislators. Everyone  is ready aud willing to give  the farmer advice, and for  political reasons governments  and legislatures are usually  willing to hel >.him. But, like  the ministrations of the phil-  reached by Dr. J. W. Robert- anthropically minded, this  son, chairman of the Do- help to the farmer is very  minion commission of techni- frequently badly directed,  cal education, following his pro.npted by a zeal lacking  month's lecture lour through knowledge, and of no real  the west. It is a conclusion permanent effect.  pregnant with deep 'meaning The result is that with  for those who are honestly everyone anxious to aid, the  and earnestly- seeking a solu [faruiei gets little real assist  tion for a condition of affairs'ancc;| which is notas it s'hould  that is doing much to hold b*Cf The big need of Canada  Canada back just now. today   is   a    well   conceived  Government  in   Canada iu  is   a  national policy for its agricul  the past has worked for the tr.ral department. Until hitch  development of the people, a policy is evolved und in  but in ways that have beeu operation there is bouud to be  too frequently ill-conceived trouble more or less serious  and haphazard. There has between farmers aud umuu-  been too much of party poli-jfacturers, the cast aud the  tics to permit of a really west, the government aud the  clear sensing of govern incut's country's Agricultural inter-  chief       responsibility.    Thc.csts."���������Calgary Herald.  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stabies 1  j|  Shipment of Mclyauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand >&  TEAM   SLEIGH^ I  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand       %  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness $  .r**r_AT    T3YYB.QATTi*:?" "8  <frr  !j_r  s_f  tf.  HSf m  521/i-rrV. o   nnA   C*** ff of a  ffr^       ^Jxx.xfi.xm*j    <_.*_.%_.    -s.mxxxmm.xx0  IJ_r  B������-  H. S. McCreatH, Prop.  Phone 56  \&*i  Sirdar Avenue  BoxU  mWISm  inniTiiriiin  ���������I'  Wall Paper  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  n. i .I,!i!immmmmmmmm^mmmmmxmmmmmxmmmmmmxmmmmmx*^m0mmmmmmm~^mmmmmm^mmmm  ,mmmmmmmmmm*m4Xmmmm0xmmmmmim0mmm^mmmmmm0mmmmmmmmmxxMm0mmmmmmmm0Xmmmmmmmmmmx0mm0mmmmmmmmxmmmmm  Calsomining.P tbi.iri^, Papar-h _'n;i-i������ Carriage andl piiiiiir .  Let me givo you advice and estimates on your worlc. All work guar  .inteed to givo satisfaction.  ���������mmmmmmmmxmHmxmxmxmmmmmmmmmmx*mmmmmmxxmmmmmmmmxmmmxmmm*m*mmm*m������mmmm*mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmxmimmmx  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., iu the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  ��������� iw  m  !uaj;.jL_Lj *  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  PEDIGREE STRAWBERRY  PLANTS  Hardy Nijrthoru grown utoolc Of lead  tnt*** vri. iotlcfc propngi .tod from tho R. M.  'KKVLtOd   Ktrniit   of poiligroo   plants.  Price por  thousand   plants  $7.B0. Por  h v.;-! **?���������������(���������, d  '���������"���������Ian..!  ���������? ,"?(>,    /Intnloij-iio  Mont  on  it. tuoHt.  MONRA1V WIGEN  Wynndel B. C.' uiianbiiook  FOR SALE, BABY CHICKS  S. O. White Lopfhornn . .?20. per MO  11. O. WhltoLor1io._b. .... ,$2fl.por 100  S. O. AuooiuiH $23. p������r 100  Barrorl Uoolm i|!25. per loO  Whlto Wyanrlottcn $25.  por 100 ^  S. O. Rhode IhIiuuI Rftds $27. per *|00  R. C. RhodoiBhuid Reds... .127 por 100  Buff Orpiiif-tonR  f27 por 100  (Ian nn pply In {.������, RO,   7K, and' 100 lotii.  2ol,fl. extra oauh ou oi-dom of 25.  Boole oi-doiB oarly.   Al_o S. O. Whito  Lt*ghorii  hatch liifl*  egga,  Pon No.l headed by Ohilllwaok Boy  IB.00' per 18.  l*on No.2 bonded by Oraubroolc  Bby  *a.00 per IB.  Partridfto   Wyandottos   1 oadod    by  Provinnml Boy .$5 00   pur   ..'*.  WiiiiiinRH for 1018 ���������17 ppociulH,   and  81   ribbons.  E������ H������ SLATER  SiSaiw,;  ____iX^_u^,rs,rr3^xa*'|R������iw_; _  I.,..iiinH,,,,,,!'., '.ir.'V'w,:.,-ir^rv,f...���������^,,|ii,_fii^y.fa.^tf*^i^i.l������_*^..,.iwm������mmm  _^IM__������M_MWW____���������-Bi____-^  -^mmx������iiiiimmim*i*tm*^immmtim  \&mmmtSmmtm.mmmmmm0mmM  Mwliiiiii  _h_m r_.r_r.f\_  ... w.af)  One Scientist at Lea'at ThTnkt "It Will  Be Made Somo Day."  Jules   Verne %as a scientific  man,  and many regard his fictioh stories of  annmaMnn    _n>__3    nA-������tnl    *tll*������L4.      ���������v.t_.������_t-     -.a  m*nmm****'mm.m ������.__*_*     s-.*_-VI_     UbASUc      U;^ IS ,f***������** *������ tilt-if      5$  tne time they were published seemed  .wild dreams���������as a serious prediction of  what ho believed would bs accomplished. As a tnatter^of fact he did  live to See the submarine an accepted  -arm of two navies, and the Wrights  were well advanced toward success  before he died. There remains hia  ''Trip to the Moon," wh_Ch seem* abso*  Iutely" Impossible of accomplishment.  Nevertheless, there are scientific men  who dare to reach out into space and  "chart a pathway.to otber worlds.  One of tbese, M. Ernest Archdeacon,  who ranks among the foremost authorities in Prance on aviation, predicts our present aviation, machines,  which at best could not encircle tha  earth iu less than eight days, will be  abandoned for air craft which will  girdle the globe in sixty-six minutes.  "All   *���������_������������_ n_<>nl������_  ��������������������� *������._.  ~n-.fi_   __lil  .,.������_-.*.  -���������_.   ���������_.������, A.u-_'t..ula xtx   .ua cmiu Wiii tt_������__  form a sole and single nation."  Man, insatiable in his ambition, _a  ���������contemplating    interplanetary    flight,  A-lrt      T_. _**atr-f_������.f4>      -_-.>l4..._-t_.      -..,. .       >���������  _.._.    _.������.    ._.._������.__.������._    5 _!���������._: is    U.Ub',c_    lue  vehicle will be a self propelled rocket  <Verne again) with a speed of seven  miles a second, which Is estimated to  fee sufficient velocity to carry the projectile beyond the zone of terrestrial  *������.������.. ������������\.l_v������__.       xxv    una    _u_c    tue    UlOOd  would be reached in less than ten  hours���������assuming of course the vehicle  was  not melted long before  by  the  Bh heat generated In its terrific flight  Radium Is suggested as a possible motive power.  / The idea of interplanetary flight  from our present viewpoint' seems of  course impossible. However, the sub-  marine was '400 years In developing.  ' M. Archdeacon says, "I am convinced  that in a certain numer of centuries  the Inhabitants of all the planets will  hare made acquaintance with one another, .and I foresee tbe day when a  world's Interplanetary congress wilt-be  __ held."���������-??- U. Windsor in Posu.-T *���������*������,  Ichanics Magazine.  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Public Worship, 1O;'B0 aiid 7 -80P. M..  Sunday School and Adult Bible Class  11:30 a. M  Oome and you will "be made welcome  Fred Li. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   OHUROH  Service every Sunday at 11:15 a. m.  and 7:30 p. m.  -   oaoDHin ocnooianu s  at 10:30 a. m.  .ami uioie i_  lasu  W. G.  Br.AKK  Minister  CATHOLIC CHURCH  MasB 11:00  Benedictv.i_ ?*,3Q  .  Every first Sunday of the month.  '  Father J oh uO. M. 1.  t Sunday School every  Sunday at 2:30  1MK CANADIAN IBANK  Ot COMMERCE  *        . a  .   _ -   j*"i������^���������.min      i ������������������.^  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I, L. _>.. ������.CJ������_ President  _s!_EXANDER LAtRD, General Manager      ^  JOHN AlKii. Asa't General Manager  SAPiTAL, $15,000,000     RESERVE FUND. $13,500,000  BANKING  BY  MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of-The Canadian Bank  of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same  careful attention as is given to all pf her 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  mated vim  c  L  The Review  has a complete stock "of  pap er op hand and is always in readiness- to do   your printing  for you   on  i short notice.  in tne  .Light  0mm. X  Obth&mmigcoflriMaM&tht^  fight is on thc chm whe advertises.  Our CfeSr-fied W������a_ Ads wil)  place you ar your needs sortfec-lime  light ftf pU__SC mVbetmmmU  If you feme Mt Crk_������^**m, .tftfefr  illuminating powgr.wtfl mxiprnf yo\%.\  cuK>*w_ii,a.������i  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  ������ Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, che North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  oue appliunuo.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  ������n surveyed territory the land must  be desoribed by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked cut by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 wmoh wUl be refunded it  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty' shall be  paid on the merchantaole'output of the  mine at the rate ot five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with s.voiu returns  accounting irtir the full quantity ot nier-  ohauijable coal ruined auu puv the royalty thereon. .If the ooal mining rights  are not being operated, such returns  should be turnished at least once a j ear  Tbe lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may tie  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for tne working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For lull information application should  be made co the Secretary of the Department ot tee interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lauds  W. W. OO&Y,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.  B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for. !  -30600. {  i* m-xf.t ipcr-rinn     t(V-*������   i .iftonaq     fn fjii-.������*������    ���������*_������!f!  use   Water   will be   rande   under   lb-**  *���������  "Water Act"   of British   Columbia, us  follows:��������� -       , '  1. Tho name of the applicants are,  Wm. H. Reed and Wm. Mather.  2. The adtfi-esK of the applicants ip  Creston.  3. The u a ire of the stream is Lizzard  Creek. The stream has its source in  Rolf mountain, flows in a westerly direction, and empties into Kootenay Flits  at Wynndel Junction.  4. The water is to be diverted from  the stream on the South side,, about  five hundred, feet from the C P. R.  track.  5. The purpose for which the water  will be used Jis irrigation  6. The land on which the water is to  be used is "described as follows:���������  Block 126 K. V. Lands,   Block I29A, K.  Y. Lands,  the north  18.85 acres of lot  8645 G I Kootenay  7. The quantity of water applied for  is as follows:��������� one half cubio feet per  second.  8. This notice was posted,.on the  ground on the sixth day of April, 1914.  9. A copy of this notice aud au application pursuant thereto and to the  f6C[ui_6i_i6__L_i cf ihe "Water Act"' will  be filed in the oihee of the Water Recorder at Kelson. Objections may bo  filed with the said Waterv Recorder, or  with the - Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Building, Victoria, B. C.  "Wm. H. Roed,   W. Mather,  (Applicants)  OVER 66 YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  THE   HOME  OF   THB  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND  MOST  POPULAR HOTEL   IN  THE   KOOTENAYS  jrcun 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.  .   . "/y������S������L  ���������?-^*^_x^-T*_ i f  i_P  - - W77������ ���������*\ TV Vlfr-M  ���������t l'  f\  j. _ ������.)A_v.s  -r-3~������.r   CJ.<S,I.SfR  V ---.I.-.: -*i%"M^M&_____i  _)-.v!_'4__. _  fr0f^;0*ff&&KS5M  tis^%;ti?iW$S$isM  r*:;S^5S������^B  ;-i.;i7v'*;r^rirvll  tiim  %  Porters Meet Trains  Trade _y.*.5_J.s  ���������Designsi"  Copyrights &c.  '��������� Jt-fiyone sending a r.ketch and description mar  quickly ascertain our ���������.piniou free whether an  iuvonilon Is probably vatesitable. Corntoun'.c.-.-  tlone strlci 1? confidential. HAF'DEOOR on Patents  sent _ras. Oldest asoncy fer sccui-iiicpatci.ts.  Patents taken turough llutm & Co. recelvo  .' 'special notice, without obargo, la tho  " _****   -���������.---   __r_������_r   - xmmm.    _   . .   ������*_   __.  |    ,W.X HERON, MANAGER  K handsomely lllnstruted weekly. LtirKPBt elr-  cnlation of any scienriflc journal. Tenns tor  Canada, S_.75 a year, ^.-ostage preyaia. bold by  _U newsdealers.  MfJI^N ������ ggs361Sfeadway. ^gl*/ Yq|J-.  "Branch Ofl_c������ro_5 V St, V.'n-ril.-j^ton. t>, G_ *"  T.T^^.^'r.'y 0^. -V-*     0~. TT.     0"**   A   -_���������������._  .-. -rn1   -m-       .  l.UilCHUr   V_,_\i\Ud.ivJ-yil-  TIONOF RESERVE  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  '���������'.''���������:        '.':'.'.������������������ *-   '    ' '     ���������'���������  Dealer in   hio-h    class  boots and siioes.  Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice of which appeared in  the B.  C  Gazette on October, 10, 1912, is cancelled in so far as" it relates to the following  expired timber licenses:���������  4481,9082, 11847, 21907, 22661, 23116.  24432, 26787, 26926, 28183, 30358, 31180,  31184, 31155, S320i, 31350. 3146i, 32022,  32711 83411, 33459, 83..60, 34221, 34273,  34310, 36502, 37580, 37993, 37994. 41844,  41426 and 43176.  R. A. Renwick,  ? Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Depur tuie ui-,  Victoria, B. C.  Mar  81st., 1914. June 3C  Creston Valley Investment Co. S  ��������� RfSAii Estate and Insurance ������  Kiug George Hotel  Block,    4th.  Street,    CRESTON,  B. C. ������  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE. ������  Now   is    lhe  Cne&ton   I^and,  time   to  get   busy   and   purchase  before  the  rush  lo  the  "������77  "Wnnrtfirful felnn Valley"  which is rapidly coming to the front  and proving  to   be  the   Banner  District   of  British   Columbia.  We  have  listed   for sale  Choice  Lots  3USiraE������S AMD  RESIDSNTBAL ^  Improved   Ranches   and   partly  improved   from   ~  io   to   _>o   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  s nnroxnis sin i ru uiuroTiiriiT nr%  ������ unt^lUI. .ALU! !f.Vt.oliVlt[.i LU.  fi Box   36  Creston,   B.C.  0 S������������������������������������������������������^^*������������������������^^^  yT  ��������� *>!>>.������������������������������������.������������-.������������������������������������������������������������ mm-m  FISHING  ! TACKLE  We have a Show  Case of New;''Plies''  Spinners, Casts,  Rods, Etc., and  ;ure we can  Suit You as Our  Stock is Very Up-  to-Date.  Creston Diug& Bool Co.  PHONE SI  H m ��������� ���������  Ureston  xlotel  Vffi/  The Leading  Hdtetofihe  Fruit    Belt  J33   \/OU   wiH  make   no   mistake  ."*3*_m7 -when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  tjtie YJCrestoti Hotel. Travelling  me^. will substantiate this. We  study*;���������;; tlie comfort of our guests.  The &tyms are well furnished in  a mariner up-to-date. .  Our  Cah  Guests  cAgain  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  LB. Moran  ProD.  ������  _.4_������*������___j_2_jmmti������������__;������___:______:fi_l:fi___:_S^_5__:S___    ���������^^���������^'^���������'?^'^^'N^'^*.'<^v.'__i_ ^-*.������^__>>-w  ___!   ___-^^^^^_i ?*W^^   ^^^mmmSmm    ^j^^^ \\\aksss\mmm^   ^^mmm^sar 9VW^^ ?V^B^^^  Sm^msmmm*  ^^mmmmm9^ ^m\sm^0am    J^-_^__b^ ^^^mWW\^^0   ^^^^^H^_ ^^^^^msm^m ^^^mSm^Smr    ^^^^mmm\m\\ *^^^SSm\\w^   ^^^^mmmW ^^^^s\WWr   m^^ms\\\^xmW t^SSs^^^^P  ^^^^s\m*m   ^^^sssmssr        S^L  Send Your Wants to  REMARKABLE  PHOTOGRAPH   OE  BREECHES BUOY  .7 if t at iho tlmo whon wo wore congrntulatlng onrs-i-lvcs thnt niodori^ ahlp-  btiilding, wlrolng^ and" other miMim. o'f Hiift'-gunriilo^ llfo from nca dinnntcrn, tho  Monroe wub 1 am mod mil nuiiIc vithin thirty mlnuti-H, tliu* dofi-ating nil pro-  oimlionary tnntho.?M. Naw however, I bo breoohoH buoy Imi. ro-iu. bn.lc into pro-  trluonoc an a llfo saver. The nun. uul picture was mndo at. a on bin boy of Ibo  Uri.iwi btwii inrniKiiter t^uceii JU' iiimo wiih hi ing wUiNiccri ro Htiore min wiivt/y  vvbeu hl������ hhlp ran afoul o-' 11 hIi-iiiI ������ bidf uiile noil.h of Mimuiki nn. N. J Bcciiuw.  of tbo hoiivy Hea ru 11 in\t it wuh ini-iohhtlilt. to K*'t> a 11 o bra* to the bix l'r<'iKbt  t.r, bo tbo U. S. Llfo Saving Oorjin rt-Hoi-tfd  ������.j lho life lluo i nd I rctci.o.-* buo*. fl,  ��������� r..     -II00   W ,.���������.'.       .1 r-i . ������  I    fl,    I    . -. ** *0 I  I  1  ^5^l___r^^  ^SsSSSimm-mmmm   SwimmSng Against  =the Str������ain==  fa Ilk* trying to Do ��������� aunowaaful  buulnna������ \n\*\\mis ������rlu������n������tlalnn.  And It I* not mmmmfim\nm t������ ������m\o  danlrabl* publlolty by th* uttm of  prtntar*' Inu. Our CI������������������lflod  Want Atls. cost Httld and are  rmttm by t**ariy ������v������ryon������.  fbr your t.i*i.l������������a������.  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds'of  ���������w.  ^t* Tm*  Us*  to  mSSmmgjmiSmmm  ���������p  I  J  to  to  to  to  to  m k ��������� .  **lxtf  VC_i  to  to  Commercial  and;:;  to  to  to  to  to  Job Printing  s_S  Brinsr in Your Order, to the  CRESTON REVIEW  ___��������� ^tim^am _____���������_������ simm***"   o^_M__> 0^ttaa aaHt^m ������wiW__������ ^___������ ^fll^B ^4___5> ^^__S __M___r   ^������___S ������**___���������_������   ������������������__���������__������ >M__S ^^^^2 ______________ _^^^S     m^^J^  ������'tmti0������'00 ''mW'00'lmW<ti^7^T^*^^      TJg, 7^2> ti^2> ^00 *0& ti^5> ti0������' 00' 00i tipSl   Mm\  m*M  w  to  ���������;?Xi������ti,.m  -..mm  '���������'itiSf.'^'.i'&.a  ��������� '-rsjjf I  __���������  SBB  *B___  \mm**m  ***m  mmm __.V.^_t".#".':s'."_.'..''  |''?-JKSS'Vi:^:" ���������  TrYY^W-r-?t^y^^j^  "j- ������--���������"���������  X-,'5."'T/i '"'>lK^.'^'-(>*V'r'',Jiii''i,",~;   *"  :   . *-��������� -Y-y w-v': w - il{V" ^     <  -':   "M  SB"  j?,.y-  -.*.;V-^^'-f>-itlV^'^^^??';   ->''".  ���������   .    ..  Ir      .  **   ������ y>V^:^.).mv*v^S^t,.?.;'.:T^^^^,Q^^*i^^^  0*    i       '      i ���������* V ��������� , -*-   ' ..    Y ''.     , i     ^   - *    *        *.<" .       J  ir.  -_>ri... ^i^^^^-fe'. >V  _ <*������������������ .nifti iljwit  >.\l~i... ".'.a*1, ill, '*   ^__r____  '--''''-:JrSY7|^_:;l,-~;-,iiA?-/..., ,r^~  _.'i__i..^'.v.-^'-.ii".''..'.'/.^^ji_I-;'i.___., ���������',  K������^g^^___^_������*������r  . r  "j irr'nl* ^ to_������M__M5lifcft___lw__^_������i__n__-i  -ff-i-n.i __ ���������ii-***n.'ir-ii-ffi.ii������^>���������m������������������-*���������*������������������--rn.  !.%,���������>��������� .���������_*..''*������*'. ^_i-* *^'*ro7f*'*^r"������-*������>v':*-'d-*'-'I  ���������ii������,_iT_  THE   QBHSTQE-I   *a������Ei_&w; v t&ESTON,  ""������������������*     .'  ���������'   -'���������'   ,r - "-"."���������������������������'..   ���������'.iy " m���������*  ������i      _H  li-'Y!S:ip.Yrlris^Y-  m  *m-ti'*.  ^B^0^'J2S;^Amrts  GRJLiWWRKS, B. C.  m\ ^___^Rss_SS__wS&  rfc*   m%mmmmmmVk%  Ladies  *_/  Gents9 ^TailoHhg  <&s  etl^RAMTEip HOME GROWN      j  |    CeHai?���������__*~Rootsinearth,nodai_^e* of winter killing     ������  ��������� - ���������*We Can hold. youi trade." ���������  K Eitta..lilfred l&OO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL 1  m   . Minister of Agriculture ���������  ___il_|.STO@KBKi.!VE!*EDTO YOUR H*WOH ATG������TA__OCUg PRICES  ___  Cleaning, Pressing ar.d  Repairing of ASS Kinds  Dry Cleaning-  Process  bv  a  Practical Tailor  Dress Making by Competent  Dressmaker  m  For Qstsdcgua aa& Pries list, -write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  ���������ia  The  *4  Preston Mercantile Go*  m  I  _������ ���������������*"���������'_*_���������. j*i jmmmm _*.   4*0  ������*imueis  I  H  I  fll  I a     &������__      E   Ul -dl^i  First House from Methodist  Chftrch  Let us do your printing for you.  Prices right aud satisfaction guaranteed  The Creston Review.  The petition of Oregon organizations  to have a "Cherry Day"* during, the  exposition has been granted and July 1  has beeu uauied. Gar loads of Oregon's  cherries have beeu offered the exposi-  '* tioa for tins day and there "will he a  cherry deluge if the Oregon people have  their way.  Time to Change  I  I IdHMi������_t������  i  1  We are offering Light Underwear for the Summer  for Men, Women and Children, in Balbriggan, Etc.  Men's fiom 50c a garment up.  Women's Vests horn 15c to 50c.  Combination Suits, Etc.  _f_ 1   ���������**%_* 1      __���������  Cuiluren s irom 15c up 10 40c  Wm G. & R. Shirts and   Collars   in   the   Newest  S patterns and colorings including the  new  pattern  soft  collar and cuff shirt.    See them at the  MINERAL ACT  (FORM F,)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  e  I  We have a few Snaps to offer 1 f6r  the next week:  r-  Men's White Flannel Pants going; at a Bargain  Some Men's Summer Suits Going Below Cost  -1 * .  Men's Summer Coats Going Cheap  Watch Our Grocery Window for Snaps Not  Mentioned Above  Lancaster & Co.  General .  MERCHANT  ______  ��������������� ������������������������"      ������<_a���������_���������____*-*     __jtr%___���������__%  _r.  IKUhtm ^IISIWXS* VmZxmTSO  ��������� ���������  E  I  1! "J'���������!   1 I.  U.  Greston  ������___-,  The  UivSStliiiO  mited  -*B BB  Q  a  "'\'['. V  w|T|ni|ii;u_iiw  #*���������##���������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������  FRUIT TREES *  AND ORNAHENTALS  1 Coldstream Estate Nurseries I  X VERNON, B. C. *  *^a>p.   "���������*���������**mmmm*mmm*mmmmmam^^mmmmmmmmmmmmm^imimmim^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmm^mmmmimmm ��������� ^  +      All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true 2  ������^ to name.    We carry all the leading varieties  most ^  ���������  suited to this district.   Our specialty is budded stock +  '9 oruthnee-year-old whole roots.  ^       All Stock delivered to ranch.at prices quoted  ^      ���������'���������,     '     _ II        '     * t    I ! ��������� I I  +       F<Mf,ftirtlier particulars apply to our local Ageut. ^  * 41. BHnco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. J  Blue Stone and Black Stone Mineral  Claims situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kootenay Distriot.  "Where located:���������Ou Sheep Creek,  adjoining the Nugget Mone on the  north.  Take Notice that I, A. H Green, acting as agent for Pierre Dionne. Free  Miner's Certificate No. 61291B, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section  37,  must be commence  before the issuance of such Certificates  of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of April A. D.  1914.  A. H. GREEN  We u-uchu'stf.nd Mr. Pendray, has  pui-obasen Mr. Burton's ranoh -when  iiuyoue once sees the Aiioe Siding  ranches they want one right away this  ie the second sale in the last two weeks  Mr. W. A Pease and crew have flu  ished the court house l'oad in town.  A few of the Alice Sidiug sports went  to the box social at Duok Creek. SrYur-  day night and report a good time.  Jack Johnson ex pugalisb returned to  his old home at Wynndfl "Wednesday.  Everybody is too busy around here to  make enough excitement to call news.  News here is like dollars aud dollars  are like hens teeth fow and far between.  A few of the young folks from under  the hill were at the Pease ranch and  had an enjoy alio tun-* s_u ������lay evening  0.0. S., SIGNAFiES CRANBROOK  CO-OPHRATIVE STORES.  Now is the time to have your  PIAN^    TTTNTUn  JL      A.J. X.J*.m   m^S _������.      -W   ������.   *_   -���������������f���������^  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by  J. A. P. Crompton  Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowest pi-ice consistent with  GOOD WOBKMANSHIP  Lonaoien pacific  Victoria Day Excursions-  Fare and   One-Third  For Round Trip  Selling Dates May   23 to  25  Return Limit May 27  R. DAWSON,  Dist. Passenger Agent  Calgary, Alta.  Gtiy  Bakory  bid Ice CreamParlors  Demonstration  EX4JTE POWDER  00  MANUFACTURED BY      -  ���������U      ? ?    ��������� ���������       "  explosives uo.  Granite, B. G?  SATURDAY MAY  7to 8 p.m.  I beg to announce that I  intend to have the Ice Cream  Parlors and Bakery fixed as  soon as possible and hope tp  have your patronage in the  future as in the p 1st by supplying a first c-ass article.  E. BARRACLOUGH  ���������a. a ������_���������������_.  JAS.  Cdatcbmaljcr  and Keweter  2nd Door From The Garage  All Repairs   Entrusted   to My Care  \Vill Receive Prompt Attention  TXT-���������1 u:_    r\ _._--j  W u____uausi|n-     \jrUc.i-i.Ui.GCU  HNS & Go.  B.C.  i Limited  | CRESTON  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Dealers in  EAT  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  and Oysters  in Season  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  O-  UTTONQ  GUY   I.OWENBER-0  Consulting Engineer  CRESTON ~~T     V  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Acoident Insurance  ?l 3      \m.      M.  for. gar-den. andfaTm oreB������st  for B.C.soil. S-m> Catalo(|a������> fox  solid. j������ua_rax_.te������- ol purity  ������tnor_ji������rBairi.o,tioi_.  Stmd now fox .Copy free  SuUwn aSons.Th������Kin^j3 Se<.dun.ii  R������ _ei mZinJi. JE._>^l������.nol  . A.������J.W������������ dwsrd  Victoria     *\      veneeuver  6IS Port- ar. 667.firanvlHost*.  SOIC AVKNTS ao*. BRITISH COLUMBIA  J  ClVlT   VClTIPi  Plufnblngr Tinning and  General Repair Work  Done  by  W. B_. Embree  REAL ESTATE, Etc. 1    The satisfaction of work  well   done  TRAIL - - BC nin<eral0,18 after the price is forgotten  ������XXX!  :+.+".*-l-+.���������+���������-.*.  !������  ���������___)-___  ���������y������ <M������������ <*<-_������������������������������������<>��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������ ���������  tfA ' SS t_T^������ ^^������ ^^^pB Hr^^ ^^^B ^^ji ^&  I LIVERY AND TRANSFER \  ^Wood for Sale  Phone 85 Z  H. D. FARIN, regresenting the company will be in  town Saturday and will give a demsnstration of this powder  close Lo town.  EX LITE is more effective and is sold at the same  price as Institute powder.  EX-LITE can be obtained at  any  time,   ioo pounds  and up.  For further particulars apply to  R. S. BEVAN  Grsston, B. O.  Everything for the  Farm and Carden  Bean and Massey-Harris  Sprayers  Stickney   and Massey-Harris Gasoline  Engines.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  Remember we carry part* for Everything  We  Handle  -__-____-___--_R_--__________-_^^  R. S. BEVAN  gmijjIKjEmMgyHsjgS*^^  HI  IWHIIBI'MUI  nm

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