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Creston Review May 22, 1914

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 PPB^_____t__M__r__S_-________^^  At^tHiENEWSi?  of the CRESTON |  trv vt-iMtx* aim  _>19_*,_._C_  ?:W*S.  . ?.'������** _*^. -^li* iij^.- ���������������-������ ii;.'' ^"  7:'-7f7^^p*^  ; ��������� -,.:V. ��������� ���������. /:-.-:J:::M:i'ff~xJ       SSSM  ���������---������������������-���������T_'--_-���������>-*-*?  ^tif^titi-^titfti^v  $";7?iiK-7'"SSS  aai:  YSaj^r^^.jr;?,;' Y7;'Yr?Y?.')7.  t       "^_B___  YH..:.  YY  i    VJU_   O'        1        \mmJ-l     ^       A    VI���������<f  lilllfiltl  ������   11  v.:- '.���������.-::���������:. :^V';^!Fv/^.SaE_8WS������  ��������� _7vfe_:-. JS'.-feKr^SSS^  ? v JYrrr't^r^Tfia^i^  "f^j^ls  sJSSSSf  SB8S  ^9i  s s .nr:??  M$^?,,,(.w���������  _MsS_i  '^rJimggia  ������_���������%._.������       _fV t      -**_.-_.        _.  __,������_._.-������_  _~* i-_ i_. c*������r*v^i-T.  V/JCViV������J X KJXH 9  _**.  v* ���������*������*-_���������_*.**���������������-'  X*__VJL^/_n.3f ���������  -m_r A <T  j.vi_-_.x  3'������   J.y+4  Creston District Will Npt Hmte Celebration on  Victoria Day Thi  :nnnr rimi igu  INULlOll  ucunuc  HAS FATAL FALL  . Late Tuesday night Dr. Henderson  reoeived a hurried call to go to Port Hill  which stated that George Bogllsh had  fallen>ver the ohff and waB seriously  hurt. He responded at once hut when  he arrived at Port Hill he was met  with the news that the young man was  dead  It seems that George was teaming up  to the Continental mine and had gone  about r-is miles from Port; Hill wben  the Bpring of the wagon seat broke and  lie was hurled over the bank.' He held  . on tbe right hand line long enough to  turn the heads of the team in towards  the bank but lost his bold and rolled  down the bank to a ledge 70 f^et below  which threw.the body out and down  the cliff 200 feet. Old man Craig was  just behind the wagon and though partially deaf heard a cry which attracted  Ms attention. As he went forward he  noticed the position of the team and  looking over the bank could just make  out the form of, the young man below.  Dusk was falling so he bnrried for help  -and in a few minutes several men ar*  rived and carried the body up to the  road. There was just a sign of life but  it was readily seen that there was no  ���������chance for the man whose skull was  crushed and whose limbs were broken.  Tbey took him to Port Hill to the  Hall there and notified his people.   The  S. S. WORKERS 10  SPEAK AT GREST1  ^**mmmmmmm*  Bevi I. W. Williamson, General  Secretary of the Provincial Sunday  Sohool Association will be in Creston  next Friday evening and will hold an  Convention in the Pre*������byteriau church  conm.e_.oing at 8 o'clock. He is accompanied by Miss Sara E. Spencer,  ProvinciaUSlementary Sutterintendent  *��������� "  who will speak on elementary work  and teach a sample lesson-. Mr. Williamson will deliver an address on the  World's S. S. Convention which met  at Zurich, Switzerland last year.  Tbe work of the association is interdenominational and it is to he hoped  that a goodly crowd will turn out to  hear these speakers, both of whom are  specialists in their work.  An effort will be made to have some  special music for the occasion.  lf������ITV  US. s  _kitr������Af<_������  TELEPHONE 0FF10E  IE CHANGED  The present Lessee,  Editor  and manager of  the Creston Review, Al B. S; Stanley begs to state    (jj  tnat ne uas nut ucc'u ? responsible  in any way for  mow ' -"���������    **? j- "  ^���������j the sending outof notices threatening court pro-  \b cedure for delinquent . subscribers. He has only  Jg    had to do with this paper sm|e July ist 1913V  At the same time he would appreciate it if those ijjti  who owe from that time would, come in to see him jg  about the matter as it costs considerable to get out    m\  *_.-_  \fa    the paper and money is scarce.  * ��������� __*__��������� - - ���������" '"���������  >M_  M:  and Mrs. Van Ackern entertain  ed the whist club Saturday night to a  whist drive and lunch which was enjoyed by all. Prizes were awarded as  follows: Ladies first, Mrs. T Hickey;  second, Mrs. Geo. Heald; Gents first,  George Heald; second, Mr. Carver.  The next meeting will be at the home  of Mr and Mrs. George Browell.  A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs  - .. .    ������ __-.i_.__      ,       : T* Hiokey, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Browell,  father, who lives  actons the flats from; .,        __������������������������������������     n   -������t    ._._.    .  ���������        ' , ,        .    , Mr. and Mrs. F. Waylette, journeyed  _n������������__������__������_w-.     ������__>_____.       __tA������-_t- -*_**_���������*_     ___������������������_j?       OlMVAfl       _T_t% _~  ���������. , -     .      , ���������     ��������� ,       to Mr. Lyons ranch Sunday and Were  Wednesday evening.; His brothers live ..        _._,._,_,   __       _ _      .  1: - - ���������,5     ,  .    . . royally entertained. during the after  in or near Port Hill and he has a Bister.       -' .    .    ,  ^'+������oon.   .---;-,-      _, - *  -    -- -^  The funeral look place this afternoon  at Pr>rt Hill Rev. W. G. Blake officio?  ting.  The a_cid3__t has cast great gloom  over tne *v.hule community as the  young waa and his people are very  highly thought of both as business men  xau neighbors.  FOR SALE���������Two lots and housecon-  talniug two furnished room* fn_.������ ������600  ApFly Revirw Office. 19-21  Mrs Or. A. Hunt, of Kitohener, came  off the train today for a short visit in  town.     *��������� ���������������������������' ? ���������*���������?���������'���������  The McGill Univewity studentB who  are touring the country looking bver  the mining Industry, passed through  here yesterday on the way to G'reehr  wood.  WEEKLY COMMENT BY  nil!. *. YMM-GR  uuu i.nuiiriiiy_.u  The C. P. R. tourist hotel at Balfour  on Kootenay Lake, will be open this  year on June 1st.  Tenty mines are shipping ore to  Trail Smelter.  the  Trail-population is over2.100 accord*  ing to a recent census, which shows an  increase cf 37 per cent in two years.  Seo B. W. Ryckman for your  next  job of tinsmithing or plumbing.  Tho l.'-i'd i������ g������h-������T to   givo   a   short  concert tomorrow evening.  _. Mike Walsh, of Ainsworth wns  visitor in town for the last couple  dayp.  a  of  liev. F. h. Carpenter returned todny  from Uouforence nt Kamloop] and reports a very flue meeting.  Canyon City Lumber Co. haveju������t  completed an addition tbe box factory  which will greatly increase the capacity for making -boxes this season.  They will also go in for making shingles.  Al. Davis has purchassd the 10 abre  ranch known as the Crabb place and  is making the stumps fly.   .  We are glad'that the capacity of the  box factory is larger this year as Mr.  Whyte has a cherry tree in blossom  arid will want a bunch of crates, also  the Oregon grape crop looks good out  our way.,  A. D. Robarge left for.'Nelson and  Spokane Tuesday. ^,7.  Canyon City Lumber Co. is putting  in a substantial fence around-a couple  of thousand acres to pasture horses,  cattle, pigs and sheep out near Oanip 2.  _VTra. Irwin returned to England Sunday after a years visit with her niece.  Mrs. 0. Blair.  Born to Mr and Mrs. M. Clayton, a  son.  About 4000 tomato plants will lie set  out this Spring in Canyon City.  G. M. Bonnoy waa a visitor to our  district Monday.  Mra, A. D. Pochin is recovering  from a. slight illness.  Rond work ia now iu full swing.  J. K. Johnson formerly of the Creston Reviewy-lataly connected with the  Hevelctoke Mail-Herald, will this  month ..start .the publication- of the  -_____frdri__Baiiy Telgram>-il> --������������������!gg*oy.-#t  will be a seven column, four page  paper������nd will start with a circulation  of 2500. ���������Phoenix Tioneer  Golden's population, although not as  large as that of some towns "and cities  in the province, ia equally cosmopolitan  Among its populace are Englishmen,  Irishmen, Scotchmen, Weltshmen,  Canadians, Americans, Japs, Chinese,  Gam'0 Warden Bedford came up  from Oreston leUt Saturday and re-  turnedfSunday.  Mr. apd Mrs. K. K. Lum of Bull  Riveir spent a day in this city last  week, 'ti  Road Superintendent Benney was iu  town la|t Monday, looking over the  roads between here and Goatfell.  Mrs* Audeen spent one day in Cranbrook last week.  G. A. Hunt has a small g_ingof men  repairing the Government road from  here t������ goatfell.  u  Mr*:;W- B. Embree of Creston, was  in fcheoi^, looking over- the wftteif  vtHss&s'.'' JSeia uguringxm installing ari^  electric light plant for the hotel Kitchener. -   * ' .  Miss Gundersou and Mra. Audeen  made a trip to Nelson this week.  Mra. V. Olson spent Sunday in Sirdar with Mrs. O Frances.  - Tom Thorson of Sirdar was a caller  in Kitchener last Sunday.  The local Telephone Company is making considerable changes and improve-  meats.   The central office will be mov  fm ***  -d from its present location to the  building known as the Metoalf Building. The work of making tbe change  will go forward at once. The. change  is ������oing to he a great improvement as  the central office and the Post Office  svill be in tbe same building and in a  more commodious and central location.  As far as the Post Office is concerned  we are going to bave one of the nicest  little offices in the Kootauajs. Mr.  Crawford is superintending the change  and making the arrangements and  assures us that no expense will be spared to place both offices in the best of  shape for convenience and service.  There will bean entrance and an  exit so that the fear of congestion will  be d!9nelled -__*__ there will b������ c?T*������i*'T  ably more room for the public to gather  as also for..the postmaster and his assistant to work. -   -  These changes have both been much  needed and Bill Crawford is to be congratulated upon the efficient manner in  which he is bringing them about.  DUCK GREEK NEWS  !"!_fl_^T   niiin   _���������*>  a a _-__*->  Hihdoos,rHungarians, Dutchmen^ Ger-     Services in the Cafcho������������ ������**������* will  T_r^^-l������Ba8ioiiowa:--ia_-s at 10:30: Benedic  tion ot 7:30.   1st Sunday of thamonth.  Sunday School every Sunday at  11:00.  MM Wm UAHUt III  IS GRAND SOGli  The firftfc dance given by the recently*  organized brass band on Friday evening was a pronounced success  from  e vei y. standpoin t.  The committee in charge sent to  Nelson and procured the Winters Orchestra who furnished excellent music  It was their flrst appearance in Ores-  ton but in all probability they will  bave other opportunities to return.  The band boys appeared on thB  station platform shortly before time  forth������ dance to begin and surrounded  by a crowd of enthusiastic fellow citizens made their first public appearance  in a short band concert, each number  of which was received with unanimous  applause and before the music of the  National Anthem'had quite ceased the  crowd responded with hearty cheers.  From the station they marched to  the Auditorium and the dance began.  The dance program was well selected  and carried out and the verdict of all  present was that it was one of the best-  dances of the season.  "Refreshments were served at about  midnight and the second part of the  program began. ?!  . During the evening the band rendered selections which were received with  great applause.  In view of the fact that the instruments had only   been  in   town  for a  in  VVrT'-TfcAl*-'     4*l*_-*    w.w.-->.-WM'-.*-n    ---*-.--. Jm ������' 1*���������.  tut:    UJLUUi-  bexs of the-bfuid is phenomenal and we  ^re safe in makipg .the prediction that  Ut' tBe"Jpr������__@nfc' 'rate. "?&r^to_T Distriet  will shortly have one of the best bands  in the Kootenays.  O. J. Wigen, W. J. Cooper, S. Moon,  and E. Butterfleld were Creston callers  on Fri3s'<T l**������t*.  X Mrs.- A. C. -Hook of -Kootenai, Idaho  .   ,-jrii . v,      ��������� ���������   -. ���������  arrived On Fridayito spend the sumiher  Duck Creek.- .������������������ *  ��������� P. Andestad  was   a  Creston  caller  Sunday.  There will be a picnic on Sunday May  24th given  by the Duok  Creek  Social"  Club.   This  will be nm On the" usual     **��������� *������-tt������ber  of farmers moved  their  linos.   Ladies provide accessj-tes, ths oa-**1-" feoni th* ssieadow Sanday b_l_ing  them .up; to-J-T^ft3_nh___fc_in  for the  summer^  The Mothers will meet at Mrs. Cart's  vveqnesdB-y to discuss  ALICE   SIDING  NEWS  uidujj-,    ___uni.i.-it������-io,  Zealahders, Jamaicans, Frenchmen;  Swedes, Poles, Turks, Greeks, Itlains;'  Indains, Jewp, Croatians, Belgians,  Swiss, Danes, Sikhs, Russians, Finns,  and Algerians.���������Golden Star.  <\ F. Hayes of the Daily Call, Med-  lolne Hat wnn a visitor In town from  Friday t> Monday l������bt, fraternizing  wltb lho editor of the llov low.  Rov. J. Knox WitRht, of tho B. C.  branch nud Ft reign Bible Society Ih in  town aud la holding a mooting this ov-  enlnn;. He 'oaves touion*ow for Ciiui-  hiooli-.  W. J, E. Jllkor, Da vici. wattr En-  glnocr, of tho wator Rights Branch of  the Land Dopt. arrived yextorday witn  iv 1 fttty of tjix young men who will  look up thj water ,il*.htu of properly  ownei-H In tho dlr.t. lot nnd check them  up.  Buy your fishing tncklo from Btnbreo.  Tho trout cll'mb out on tho bauk for tho  bnlt ho hpIIb.  Rpd and Gun for Ma? is out with, as  usual, an.attrnotivo bill of fare for the  sportsman. Th- Dogr. of .he-North, A  Hunting Trip to Pocologah, N. B ,f  The History of the Canoe, Building a  (Sectional Boat, Tho Swamp Maiden;'  Tho Roughneck Fishing Club, Obnoxious Fishing in f_akcs'and Ootids, Idenl  Trout Fishh'g m Ontario Waters ar^  some of the articles worth special  montion while the regnlar departments  nro woll maintained ana tho wholo of  iateresto both Canadian and American  sportsmen. W. J. Tuylor, Linii od  Publisher, Ont., issues this Canndian  outdoor magazine.  The Review haa a oompluto stock of  pap or on hnnd and* la always in read I-  uobh  to do  your printing   for you  on  uhoi't notice.  H. D. Farris of th EJfptenay Explosives, Ltd; Makes of Ex-Lite Blasting  Power; will give a demonstration of  the power on Saturday eveninjc between 7 and 8 oclock between Spiers  barnand Dowsranch. R. S. Bevan is  ageut for the Company here.    .  Abu.h Qre of considerable magnitude  appeard near town yesterday much to  the alarm of some of our citizens. It  was found however that it was only  tho boys at Winlaws Oamv burning a  fire guard and putting everything in  shape for tbe summer.  n*.!ub provides luxuries, elso liquid jt  reshment.   We  meet at Dnok  Creek  depot at 10 a in.   Stragglers will "be left  ut-iiiuil tut jpluttw he on time. -.-  ^  Billy Embree. the tinsmith, plumber,  and motor expert of Creston was in  Duck Creek on Monday overhanlu_2:the  engine in Monrad Wigen'a motor boot.  The steam engine and boiler for Monrad Wigen's box factory arrived on  Tuesday and he ia busy getting it set  hp, we sincerely hope he will have better luok with thia than he did with the  oil engine.  Paul Hagen spent Tuesday in CreBton.  T. Buttorfiold, of Duok Crock was in  town Wodnofisday.  Guy Lowenborg loft Monday  for a  visit to Forule.  T have rutthorized Lancaster & Co. to issue receipts for  all monies paid ou accounts  due me.  S. A. SPEERS  _"n... 1. ^ M1 1, in   Our enterprising (P) game warden H.  R. H. Bedford left today on the West  bound tjr-aln with supplies for at least a  woek. We learn ho is bound for Proctor thore to tako up tho game trails  or���������A cricket match. Tho gamo will  bo playod on Monday at Nelaon and tbo  launch leavflm Pro*.tor early rtn Monday  morning to plok up tho players on tho  way to thp Quoon Oity. . Our warden  ia koon on the gamo If it ia only���������cricket  or ping-pong.  ���������,/  ���������Bond for onr prloea on furniture, we  pay tho f roight.   COS.  <Ti.i- nm-.   im.  I OR SALE���������Young Yorkahlro plga,  for brooding purpose*. t WelJ 1 ������red from  AgiuwW Jiixperunoutal iiariu otouK.  Apply A> -W* OoulingiUi. oreaton. 17-lb  tr.%*rH*_*0>f:1       ni-f ..������*���������������_       1*1  Boar,  Burnalde  Champion 10001,  norvlco,   W. Lovcaquo, EHokBon.  for  20  .'   n*Ut. f*     f-     X* .'lZ* r*mmm*.-mm*.   *-..**������.��������� ~   - ��������� "  - - ��������� ���������   * -*���������k#  Trnn I1m1_i with tnnitrmmm *n������. ���������*.������'l������.������-   #<%������������������  Hi.  1. Miillnnilaino arrived Monday froni  Wlndtii uieio after an oxtpndod vlalii.  He reports everything looking *ell iii  that country.  The road gang at Canyon City are  certainly doing some vory good work  on tho roada out that way. Tho grade  at Browoll'e hill haa been gieatly reduced and a big fill at the oouloe thero.  For Halo���������Mare abont. 800  Ibn.,  brood uow  and   litter.   John   Oarfrn,  Canyon Olt.y.  Hi** iB. W. fty..kniftn for  -ronr   ni*xt  Job of 'ifnanoithlng or plumlntf.  It ia rumored that Dr. Honderaon  baa bought a Ford car fromR. S. Bevau  tho local representative of the Company  -T.W* ������.r.rV will hnvM to hurry ������nm������ ti  alno get there before tho Doctor uow. Thia  will be a gront addition to the Auto  aqnad anddemonstrate* again that the  Ford io the oar for thia nart of the ooun-  trv. Boh Raid will probably be tha  met* to buy.  Joe Wigen returned to Duok Creek  on Wednesday after an abaence of aix  weeks spent at Taooma, Wash.  T. Butterfield was a CreBton oallor  Wedheaday,  ' * There Ib every indication of a bumpor  orop of the big red berriea that havo  mado Wynndel famoua'throughout tho  paBB. Tbo fields are looking in flno  shape aud tbero la ovory possibility of  the fruit bolng ripe at tho ond of thia  month.  Mr. and Mra, Stanley woro vialtora to  Luok brook on Tuesday. .,   1   W. D. Tuohoy, of Sirdar was in town  botwoon trnina yesterday.  ���������������   ������������������      .I-* ���������'    '  Quito n fow of tho young pooplo  aasemblod on the platform this after-  nociu to of.y g6o;ll>jc und &o&il lufcli lo  Oampboll Dow who loft for Rovclatoko  toaaaumn tho poaition of aooonnti.ni>.  Hn haa boon in the  looal branch for  aoioe time some time and baa mode a  host of frlrnda who join ln wishing him  the very heat of uuoceaa iu hla new  field'of work. Hla plooo will, bo flllad  itorw by .1. at. Oroukaiou  01 unuyamitn  When you want your noxt Job of  printing done, no matter what tho Job  ia, bring It to the Review offlc*. W*  ai'an_n_*-������ a. flrat-_t-_u..i -lot. *nt\  prioM '���������_��������� right.  important-, bnsi-  neaa.  Everybody le buay getting licehqea  to aboot hawks, gophers and moequltoea.  Jock and Dick Smith took a short  fishing trip to Sirdar lnat weefceiid.  Dick report? lota o*f fiahing but very few  Hah and what flsh there were was terribly mixed up with tbe water.  A few of the Alicosidlngitoa took in  the dance iii town Friday night ahd enjoyed it very muoh..  Wo muBt remember that Oregon  ranks among the cities of the world if  yon don't think ao just listen "to the  Brass Band.  B. Butterfield, of Duok Crook waa iu  town between tralna today. ���������  J. M. Orookaton, of Ladyamlth arrived yaatorday to tako up the position of  tellor in tho bonk in plooo of J. C. Dow.  Mr. A. D. Robargo haa resigned hla  poaition oahiador of tho Oreaton Dla-  trlot Braaa Band and baa boon Buooooded  by Mr. T. Goodwin. Mr. Robarge left  today for Spokane on n abort vlalt.  Aottmp of gypaloa arrived on tho  morning train yesterday and their of-  feotM. coma in later on tho freight.  Thoy caui������>#d out for the night and uot  iiuding Creaton people oaay, folded  thoir tonta like tbe Arab and allently  (uOlaiiy) atole away thia morning*  They *^o hw^ded toward* Alberto,  ������������������ ���������1-<  '- '  Hov. VV. IC.   Dunham  ot  Oranbrook  passud through on lho Koatbound train  frw.������v An   !><���������  *m������*m   ���������.������*-������.������   *.....     ..  forenoo at Kamloop*. Ho e&ya tliat  proapeotf woro novor hotter for the ad-  vonco movomont of tht. ohurofa, nnd in  aptte of hard   tlm������*a w_n*.1������  ������.���������.������-���������.��������� _.i_...  *    v  .*m  onr 1111*11* m.t*mn*inn  ilitm.  7fiS.  :v'*rtri/  $fMl  ( m  -    ���������*w'^l__'';->.:.;t.,t' '������������������ ���������**��������� WMPg^i--j".^:'*L'i;V.���������'V.   <--������������������  -  - ������������������?^%^XI -\;,f.'..-\''^:^bi::.,''V^-v^-V' ���������   '", ���������  ���������-���������Y.'^'Y*"^  . ������_'tV;������.I. - ._���������(  **'". ������ ->W 0 _    .!  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Our advertising rates  ���������at* baaed'Onrtho-iSOBle ofi the Koote^r! and Boundary i. iters' Board of Trade.  I_^nd psrchiuis siid Isind lease sotioe" $7 for st-at-ut-ory lime. Displsy fd^er-  tiBementa, fttrper inch per month; otner 'advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and:5 cen^j^ Jinftin-������uoo������)ftdinga*week8. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance.' Cm&'colnmnB are open to contributions dealing in matters of looal in-  tefeat and^MeweHareof the cooimuhity. C.ntributionB must be brief and  signed.  !���������  ),i,P_ ,.-���������-..���������  A. B. S. Stanley  Leasee, Editor and Manager  ���������*P=  ������.���������>._- m v     '   '������������������* m*f   **   ���������    ,   -_*��������� m  Persistent reports come of  bje&ehes, qf;J:he. game laws,  mostly by the Indians, but as  yet we 'have ter learn   of any  warden to stop them or at  least,"^e^uce, Jjie, occurences to  the minimum. We suggest  that the, Fish*, andGame Pro-  tection, Association take some  steps W Sale^iitird the game  of tfce ^;$ytf������ict if the warden  remains inactive in the matter.  On thfc*oilier hand his activi*  ties jeejn     to   he   .directed  against hoys and young men  who are * really justified   in  ������ ,-.���������,.*-������������������*���������      ���������*   .������������������        * .���������....(������  both of which are destructive  to property. Apropos of thin  subject. An item we published recently was classified as  an insult to the Gajme War-  .      ,   tm������.-*X0-'.  ���������      '.���������->        jVi*-    ."."I - ';'���������..  den. MJYe,^ris^ to ask if it is  not a greater insult to the district to   bave a   man   thrust  , .. ������������������������������������������ r , .     ,  upon it who,dc^rs ������ot want to  come and is either  unable or  unwilling to fulfil the functions of his office? Furthermore threats and intimidation  that have bsen offered the  Editor will not serve as a  deterrent but rather as an  incentive to T'oice what is  without doubt the sentiment  of the greater part of the  community.  Oil development upon a  large scale is something much  to be desired for Calgary and  Alberta generally, but in the  ex-citeweut over oil it would  be just as well for people to  remember that not even an  oil boom of the rosiest, sort  can compare with the farm  crop as a prosperity stabilizer  in this aud other western provinces. For a couple of weeks  past farmers throughout  southern Alberta  have   beeu  But moisture was needed fori  the young grain, and until j  Saturday of last week there  were no indications of mois-s  ture, In the Lethbridge district, one of the best in the  south country, conditions  were such on Saturday as to  cause real alarm. Happily  all danger is now past. Copious showers all over the  south since Sunday have  guaranteed sufficient moisture  for the   growing   crops, and  from now on the farmers will  breathe easily and watch  things grow.  Glad enough to have real  oil development, the people  should be more pleased that  Providence continues to smile  upon the work of the farmers,  sending those conditirns that  guarantee a continuance of  agricultural prosperity.-^Calgary  Herald.      '  John- D. Rockefeller, Jr;,  has issued a statement as to  his position, and that of those  associated with him, iu connection with the Colorado  1 ������������������ * '���������'       >*������������������ ��������� ., ���������,, v.  strike, in which so many  liver, were being sacrificed  says the.Toronto Star. '  He recites the various demands o( the miners, and  claims that  the mine owners  worrying considerably.    The have agreed to  them ail���������but  *���������   *     ��������� e a        I  season was splendid   lor seed  ing and crops were got in the  ground   earlier   than    usuaj.  one.    That   one   demand   is  r������ ...        '.,.'���������  that the  owners   9hall recognize  their   union.    This de  mand  is refused.  The men say that the experience of ten years shows  them that with this demand  refused nothing else matters,  because their rights are not  ih their own keeping, and are  granted and withdrawn as  owners think fit.  Mr. Rockefeller, Jr., represents himself as standing on  the principle of- "the right of  every American citizen io  work oh terms satisfactory to  himself without obtaining the  concent of the union." These  words have a fine sound.  They are old words and have  seen a great deal of use in th*?  long fight between capital and  labor. As used by Mr Rockefeller they seem to mean that  he is protecting worldugmen  in theii; rights as against a  union that would oppress  them. Does anybody believe  that this is really the case?  Is   he,   and   and   are   those  associated with him, concerned  ���������. ��������� ���������        ������������������ .. ��������� ���������     ,������,���������..���������������������������  for the welfare of /non-workers? A.re they 'iftit deternjiined  to retain the advantages  which they derive , from having workers in an unorganized mass to deal with?  .i'-V.^HarMr. Rockefeller, Jr.,  really means is that he and  his associates, arc contending  fbr the right' of every Ameri-  fcaii citizen,: or foreigner, "to  work on terms satisfactory*'  to his employer .or get out or  mm  5_  tf  S  (_U  t__  m  _*J*������&*^***^������^w������������������W������WW������������^������^vV.W^^������_r%r.^������_:������_-.'^^ ��������������� -?ihl  Transfer, Livery and lead Stables I  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand   |"  TEAM   SLEIGHS        . '     ft  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand       %  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and Cutters  COAL FOR SALE  H. S. McCreath, Prop.  Phone 66 Sirdar Ayenue' Box 14  w  I: :_^^^^ __*__ ��������� Br B __���������!*>" wl'  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  tij^^ftiyggtiti^tiammmmmmmmmmmmmaS^mmm  CalBomining.P.tintirari-, P<tp3i.*-hvti_la,^ Carriage and I p it iilti -*. .  Let ine give you advice and estimates on your work. All work guar  an toed to give satisfaction. \ v  Shop on "^^rdar Aye., in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BYOETTINO MY ESTIMATES  egeess  be thrown out. . That is not  the Way they 0ut it but that  is what they .mean. <  That kind of thing will not  do in these times. The terms  on which men work' govern  the conditions in which they  aifd their families live. If  hardships and poverty produce vice and ; crime, society  at large suffer*.. The state  Vnowsthis and governments  arc compelled to act on the  knowledge. We have factory  uets a^jct, ictciuiy, "Aitbpccriui.  acts relating to working in  minesy and all kinds of legis-  Wfsau!  lation nffecting the reltUion  of employer find employed.  But behind and under, actnaK  ly making, all these lavys, is  Organized LftbPT. *'  fW*W"  is ������*". .��������� m _B������iiiiaii!_j_UiBja'jH_tiw_.|.B! .iimta ���������  PEDIGREE STRAWBERRY  Hardy JSforthorii grown atook Of loud-  lug vitrlutrlON pi-opogaled from tho 11. Af..  KKLLOG Btirain of ���������j.licUftrtio 'planta?  Price por thouBaud plaiita ' $7.R0. Per  hundrod plruitB #1.9B. Cntnlogno pout  on roqnoHt.  MONRAD WIGEN  Wynndel B. C.  i _  m3*m*K*mmmm  mms  MM  mmmmmmi  ���������am  mmmm V Tlie -"PajDamS-JPapifio'^lntetnatioUfii  ^^.JJxppsitiou-" fvomi. September. ������0 v_s' 25,  ^"-1016; triU.be "tha meeting ;plice of the  ?? "h^rgea't body ofcdiBMUgtiisliecl engineers  [.:-~   ever assehibled in one place and Oclonel  k*,   George W. Goethals " wiii preside over  -- *" * this first international eu&iueering congress    As dolpnel Goethals will be tbe  hero of tha achievement' which fche'ex-  fcosition is 'to oommorate, thia meeting  i   WT .1* **"_    ���������������_���������������.    f.C   xx. m. --.-.^.i.    ���������__.___.___.__.     _r  .  hundreds of'great congresses to be held  . r     ,.  ,*��������� in San 'Francisco at the time;of the ex-  , position.  Church"Noticed  : New Bates and Inland Centres, As a  result of the freight rates decision of  - the freight rates decision of the railway cos_.mi6i.ion, impoF.cu.b beaefitd  aro anticipated by fruit growers ** and  shippers throughout the Boundary  district of British Oolumbia Tbe immediate effect, it is heiieved, muss be a  substantial .development on inland  distributing centres,since unde pr<>sent  o<-_id_t_������**-ts it h.ts besij custuiuary for  freight to be shipped through to coast  terminals, then reshipped to interior  points at cheaper rates than if ship  ment had been made direct to iuterect  points from the East.  The^effect of these conditions has  heen to develop coast wholesale houses;  but encouragement will now be afforded for the establishment of many,  wholesale branches at interior   points.  ju.su_.t3.*JXfs.ox unuiibn  Public Worship, 10;80 and 7:80 P. M..  Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible Class  11:30 A.M.  Oome.and ycu will be made welcome  Fred.L. Carpenter    -  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   OHUROH  ���������* 0  Service every Sunday at 11:15 a. m.  and 7:30 p. in.  , Sabbath School and Adult Bible Class  at 10:30 a. xo.  W. G. B____R18  Minister  tfr*.yr\  .������������������f%SI5?B' WALKER, C.V.O.,LL.D��������� S.C_L^ ftwrf^nt  __,T3ER ___rVna>,-j3*__erai Manager JOHN ABU*. Asa������t Geasral-Moasser  SAPITAt.WOpO.OOO     RESERVE- FUND. $13,500,000  _t>_____._L^_i___.Aj.,������.\j:    15 jl  F**  TUT   A  TV  '_t?JL_������_ ___!_*  FOR SALE. BABY CRICKS  S. C. White Leghorns $20. per 100  R. C. White Leghorns $23. per 100  S. O. Anconas $23. per 100  "A^l^-VA^-I   T*������-.j*--b*r_ *50J;        *_-_������> '_->���������������  __������������������ .--���������-. ��������� mm. mm   -,������vwnk> .   *������.������.._���������_���������������������������. m*f>*m*Mm       Jf0*    mV0\J  White Wyandottes $25. per 100  8. O. Rhode Island Reds $27. per i00  R. C. Rhode Island Reds.. .>$27per 100  Baff Orpingtons $27 per 100  Can supply in 25, 50,  75, and 100 lots.  2 cts. extra eaoh on orders of 25.  Book orders early.   Also S. C. White  Leghorn hatching eggs.  PeruNo.l headed by Chilliwack Boy  $5.00 per 13.  ->    Pen No.2 headed by Cranbrook Boy  'r f3.00 per 18.  Partridge   Wyandottes   headed    by  Provincial Boy $5 00 per 18.  ��������� Winnings for 1913 ���������17 specials,  aud  s    SI ribbons.  H e*    IJ .___^'���������_E������������������������������������_r___������������������uffi_^^  ,   .,CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 11:00  1 Benediction 7;30  Every first Sunday of the month.  Father John O. M. I.    v  Bundav Schnnl e^ery Sunday at _5:30  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 another departments of the Bank's  .business,   Money may" be deposited or withdrawn in this way as  rily as hy a personal visit to the Bank.   --        .      S24*  satisfactorily  _, ���������  -TFjHOTJCE  ������������������nihil    IflURIUL  oiiiig; in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  CRESTON REVIEW  SYNOPSIS OFOOAL MINIG REGUV  * XATIONS -    -  E. H. SLATER  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, tne North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  -for a term of twenty-one^ years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will he leased to  one applioant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of tbe district in which  f the rigbta applied for ere situated.  In surveyed territory the land mnst  Application for Licence to take and  use Water will be made under the  ������**W������ft9S Act" cf British Coluiuum, ub  follows:���������  1. Tbe ftame of the applicants are,"  Wm. H% Reed and Wm. Mather.  2. The address of the applicants is  CrestOn.  8. The name of the stream is Lizzard  Creek. _ The stream has its source in  Rolf-mountain, flows in a westerly direction, and empties into Kootenay Flats  at Wynndel Junction.  4. The water is to 'be diverted from  tbe 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 is irrigation  6. The land on which tbe water is to  be used is described as follows:���������  Block 126 K. V. Lands.   Block I8������A. R".  V. Lands, the north 18.35 acres of lot  8645 GI Kootenay  7. The quantity of water applied for  is as follows:��������� one  half cnbio feet per  ���������  In the Spoe Light  On tht stage of busmcat'th* spot  light is on the man who advertises.  Our Classified Waal Ada will  place yaw *** your ���������*���������>���������!_ m llse Jctrs'  light ^p_Mfc,attefUtoit_  K you have ne* _ried*3wm; tffcfr  illuminating power will su-prac you.,  _______  GVEi^aS YEARS*  r-*___.ije.nCE  '.mi.  <T_W_M/it     _ri-%-_t_%l*Ai&>  ���������_-i_-_l  ?1S__ ^# ^ I-J.  -y'.  THmm"' HOMmT  M  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service in  all    departments.      Kitchen  ,*-  staffv (including    cook)    all  white ladies.    __Dverv  comfo^**  i    * _V *      "      m m **" "~*>mm  and attention given to guests  The. bar, is, s "applied with  the kootenays., \   oniy/fiie best brand of goods.  MMN^4*aM_B__________________ ^*  *v"?"'S<-^~  ������fc^b-%YY?>H  ���������JSTff*"    'I* "___;'I  -B) &$*><* s������v^5l  .<rf^   "~   ISJiM  -t -'~   J_?l  _���������> "j.-*^!  ���������^    ii i_Sg  "OF   THE  TRANSIENT  "'    C   Him  r w -������  ���������. v *" ���������  OOMMQDIOUS  -   SAMPLE  ROOMS.'  the best and most  f-OPtJLAFt HVTEL   IN  Uj#gJ*"i *tt -^.'r  .I  Porter? Meet Trains  s  ���������___i"'i__/_..i:il**lklM   j     WA. HERON, MANAGER  _______ -,'' Mama������mmWk^^^^a^m^^msma      ',  _h������������������_������������������������������������_���������; JSL^-lmmnr^irl^r^mSmmm^^   Tradc Marks  'r&sWmmWayr*"      ' OEsiawa  --     ^.���������t&W9V*m^        eOPVRIOHTS &C.  An75~_i6Sn___3Ji a B&stcb and deaoriptton mar  ������_������_9n_a?!������_^<M_^^  patents teBen tbroUKn _auna & Co. teoalve  tpectal notice, without charge, ia tpe  Scientific fltnericdii.  A. ti_JMl_cRwly rUlt_5fr������t������(l weekly. largest dr.  cnlaQorTor'any Bclealiflc .onrnal. 'Jenna ror  Canada. S&1S a, yeas, i-ostage prepaid, {.old by  Ul nswiossleM.  Jills & CQ_8el8������������***-* Sew Ycrfe  . BrcGOU Offloo. 625 F St, WaablD_*ton. t>. C.  Cresion Valley Investment Co.  Rsa__ Estate and" Inaurance  King George Hotel JEHock,, 4tb. Street, .CRESTON, B. C.  ,     Tl|tE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  r*\  cmm*m*vm*>*.mm,mmm  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in nnsurveyed  territory tbe tract applied for shall be  staked out by tbe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 wmch will be refunded if  'the rights-applied for are not available  but' not otherwise. 'A royalty shall be  paldou the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five oents per ton.  The person operating the mine sh^ll  furnish the Agent- witb envoi a returns  accounting for the fnll quantity of merchantable coal rained _.uti par tbe royalty thereon.   If the ooal mining rightB  are not being operated, suoh returns  shonld be furnished at least onoe a year  ~ The lease will iuolude the ooal min-1  is" rights os!*" but tbe lessee ma**' be'  permitted to purchase whatever * avail-1  iaoe surface rights may be oonsidured-  necessary for the working of the mine'  at the rate of $10~an aore.  For full mformatioo application should  be made to the Secretary of the Depart**  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Domini ou Landa  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of tbe Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this adverti.ement will nut be paid for.  - 30C00  8. This notice was posted on the  ground on the sixth day of April, 1914.  9. A copy -of this notice and an application pursuant, thereto and to the  requirements of the "Water Aof' will  be filed in the o thee of tbe Water Recorder at Nelson. Objections may be  fUn/l vrifh the said Water Recorder, or  with the .Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Building, Victoria, B. C.  - WmrH. Reed,  W. -kfathet,  (Applicants)  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  sfffas-ness  sfSepalrisaff  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   hiarh   class  mm*  boots and snoes.  NOTICE OF CANCEIvLA-  TIONDF RESERVE  Notice i& hereby given that a reserve,  notice of whioh appeared in the B. C  Gazette on October, 10, 1������ 13, is cancelled in so far as it.relates to tbe following  expired timber licenses:���������  4481, 9082, 11847, 21S07, 22661, 88116.  24432,26737,26926,28183, 30358, 31180.  31184, 31185, 31201, 31880.' 31481, 32022,  32711 83411, 33459, 33460, 34221, 34278,  34310, 36503, 37580, 37993,  37994,  41844,  Al AfU* .____-   xeiir./.  i-__v nuu f*tix*\i.  '  R. A. Renwiok,  -i ^ Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,  " Victoria; is; fa.- .-    - -v        .  Mar Slat/, 1914. June 8C  Nov/   is   lhe   time   to  get   busy   and   purchase  Creston Land,   before  the  rush   lo  the  "Wonderful feton Valley"  which is rapidly corning to the front and proving  to  be  the   Banner  District .of ?'British   Columbia.  We  have -listed  fbr sale  Choice  Lots  ���������Cm*. mi&9MB?e*_i  Aun  -c_-B_r-_i  >na_N  ImM  h  O8  _____   t  Repeating  Rifle No.4;35  Liat Price ������0.00  (.25  ,_0������30-r-,32 and .36  ' ��������������������������� ���������   callbera  U������������ fteml-iKton Auto-Loadlntr  OrlrHuti.  A Big Game Rifle that  Z-^ i-Mw Jqod.  uro Flvo NoUulIm NoJnma  Order tii'-i* your XtonUit, ? ���������.'  Send for lliiiuli.on.-1y llliiHtriitcd  Jllflc Catuluff No. ll(  J/Stevens Arms & tool Go..  ..o uuxtm, ���������������������������'���������������������������  Clilcopoo Falls, Masse  B ���������    B    H_        m     m    mm m  MING .  rACKL  We have a Show  Case ol New Flies  Spinners, Casts,  Rods, Etc., and , ,  are sure we sati |  Suit You as Our  Stock is Very Up-  to-Date.  \ Cteston Drug & Book Co.  PHONE 51  Improved Rauche^^ and pai-tly improved from  io to 2o Acre Blocks. Wild land ajoining a  settlement in Blocks of from 5 to 320 Acres.  For full information  and  particulars  __, ��������� Write  or  call  on  the ~  onto iui. -ihllli n.-zcoimtiii bu.  Box  36  Creston,  B.C.  Hotel  _S_ES____-/_i^_.i^^,  VOX  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit   Belt  .  Our   Guests  &\U   c4gatn  *���������  X~70U  will make   no   mistake  :JY.     when, ypu get off. Retrain  if you sign the register at  the., Creston Hotel.      Travelling  rnf*iiJ   w.tl  KKMMU*HUI^.\.  m*mm*.  We  ptudy .the comfort of our guests.  The rooms.are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.   '  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  /. B* Moran  Prop*  ���������SORBS  >^������<g>���������}<g>���������xg>^  srsxrvr.  SHIPPING ARMS FOR THE MEXICAN REBhLS  The  photograph   shous arms  being  packed  in New  Ofl^ltl-- -for e1iit.������-ii <*...*- tr,  <1.^  (r*rni_*>Jti-f tntiill-f ���������������  Swimming Against  ������=~=ttyi Stroam=^  la llha.tn.lne to tlm m auaoaaanii  buainaaa Without Mvartlalno.  Mnn it i������ not ���������mtanatv* ta vain  danlrabla nuMlolty byth������ ua������ of  ������rlnt������r*' Ink. Ou* Cl������aalfl������_t  Whnt Ada. eatt utti������ ���������*** art  raatffy* NUfHy fvatyono.  Tn* tnam ������������������ ��������� ������������������������*��������������� ������������ni������  frnfuanr <mm**am,  *_i������j  Mr  :'''-'y   .'''"���������' ��������� 'tititi'\:":���������.?���������������������������  ���������',���������"-   .' - '^-svf  Send VaurW^ Us s  We Are Specially Equipped To Do Q\  7-.'??;?v?- -,..?��������� ;r;\::-;''--.^ W  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  \9I  Brins: in Your Order, to; the  CRESTON REVIEW  m  to  to  to  **'  w  to  I?!*  *gg  HHaSSSBSSS  sac  ii_____iS_l_M_l_N___5-_  '_ttne_iweiii im  mv  m  m  m  W'ti  m  m  If  IU  m  /r\.  ?C<m^^  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  _���������-.  I  lK*m\\m%SL%  Ladies  ^Tailoring  Gents9 Tailoring  Cleaning, Pressing and  Cherries ������ j   ^epairjng 0f ai! Kinds   J  i 'siiuip^x  _���������*  v_.^l^^=g-Koots in earth, no danger of winter killing  ^:;'S^M?5^S:^We can hold your trade."  Estabtiahed lOOObytho HON. MARTIN BURRELL  ���������7?v-y?.v-'  ���������. .   ������Sinister ������f Agriculture ' '  c  *' ������ STOCK.BSLiVEREiv' TO tyUS RANCH Af CATALOGUE PR.CE5  | For CafcMogue and Price list, write to���������  ������  _> _*"������ _���������_���������**��������������� .rvli..  %X/fA' ������7>F������*r-.������*���������.   **r      ������ a _���������*���������������_���������*_������������������������_-_���������_.*      _i vx       _. _'   t>    I"".  ^���������^i^trCK Vm<j/\%fV������>o%jp*t Ageni������ CrcstqUj ������5. w.  J  asoana  ���������/>#*  UII  krcantile Uo.  i't\  Dry Cleaning  Process  by  a  Practical Tailor  Dress Making fry Competent  Dressmaker  5       ���������     ���������     ���������.' S * i H���������-    -SS>.  cs___ jtfs__ ���������___ _������_.   BB_ft  i...-���������������. rorsier  First House from  Methodist   Church  Limited  I  i  Time to Change  Your  I Trtfl erwear.  Christ Church, Ohnrch of England,  rhe Rev. H. A. SolJy, orgacisi_>g seere  tavy to this Diocese, will be -with us on  Sunday,,. May 24 and expeots to stay for  several days visiting in the interests of  the Parish. Tho following sesvtices will  hie held: Oreston, 10:30 am. Sunday  Sohool; 11 a.m. Celebration of Holy  Qoinmnnion, the Rev. H. A. Solly w."  officiate; 7:30 p.m. Evensong and Address, preacher Rev. H, A. Solly.  Erickson: 3p.ni. Evonaongand Address,  A full attendance at all the services ls  requested    Rev. E. Bull, .Vicar.���������  O.O. S..SIGNAF1ES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES. \."  I  We have a" few Snaps to  offer lot  the next week:  Men's White Flannel Pants going at a Bargain  Some xVlen's Si_r_i_r_er Suits Going Below Cost  Men's Summer Coats Going Cheap  Watch Our Grocery Window for Snaps Not  Mentioned Above  __������  Lancaster & Co.  _.-_.  m  1  MERCHANT  *. I _~.A_-f m ^^mmm m   m x   m.x    *    _.  B    _, a &_._.  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 from 15c to 50c.  ',-".   Combination Suits, Etc.  Children's from 15c up to 40c  WfG. & R. Shirts and Collars in the Newest  patterns and colorings including the new pattern soft  collar and cuff shirt*    See them at the  UllirDAI  miULRHL -Hilt  (FORM F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  Mr. Smith-who in his Holft������__lllin-  Buiok our i < touriug the country arrived  in Port Hill tho othor day with the  machine iu poor running order. Kent  last got iu touch with P������>1. Bevau who  went over to put the oar in repair and  show the way to Creston. When he arrived there he found the oar in suoh  poor oondition that it would ho necessary to tiring the car to the garage and  give it an overhauling. This he did  aud the owner went his way rejoicing  that there was an efficient mechanic  with a well maintained garage in the  Kootenays.  UU  anodion Peoific  m  The  Sreston Mercantile Go.  Limited  Bine Stone and Black Stone Mineral  Claims situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kootenay Distriot.  Where located:���������On Sheep Creek,  id joining 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, toap-  oly to the Mining Recorder for certifi-  .atee of: Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  rjiaims.        ���������"������������������'��������������������������� ?��������� ���������-'���������- ?*���������;������������������"���������"*���������'*? .7  And farther 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.  iwl*. . . "i  A. H. GREEN  A Lindley of the House of Quality  returned yesterday from an extended  visit, to the prairie market in the interest of this season's eropp. He reports  the outlook very satisfactory, the crop  sold. The people- of th������*-"p**nirle have a  deep regard f������n* rur fruit?-ad if there  was more to sell there would be no dif-  ficullty in doing so. He had 'a look at  some of the oil that has been produced  near Calgary and says it looks very  good to him and he thinks the oil find  will materially aid us here in that it  will give an impetus to all business aud  furnish employment  for  a number of  Victoria Day Excursions-  Fare and   One������Third  For Round Trip  Selling Dates May  23  to   25  Return Limit Ma}-- 27  R. DAWSON,  Dist. Passenger Agent  Caigary, Alta.  !___.._  Ice  riors  X  Now is the time to have your  PIANO   TUNED  .Expert Tuning Guaranteed By     ?  Jo A. P. Crompton  Employyour own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowest price consistent with  GOOD WORKMANSHIP  DernonstratioN  New Stock of Candies this  Week.  Loaves 15 for a $1*  Follow the Crowd  and   try  our Ice Gream.  I BURNS & Oo.  Ll (tilted  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  -   "���������   Dealers in *   .  MEAT  Wholesale and Retail  -Fish.-Game,- .foultrv.  f mf    9  and Oysters  in Season   -r A     0m  _ *���������_     4-/X      *+mti\ Af*. O-Qt  VV    W      CmXXlxm      W       plCBS-C*  E. BARRACLOUGB  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  r~s Tjm^pQ ^"V^c  tSmvm  BUB  FRUIT TREES:  AND ORNAHENTALS t  Coldstream Estate Nurseries |  VERNON, B. C X  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true   ^  to name.    We carry all the leading varieties  most  stated to this district.    Our specialty is biidded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  y      All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  ^ ;.. 11 niiii.it.i-���������������������������    +      Fbr further particulars apply to our local Ageut.      X  ��������� J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C., ���������  w _^ ^  JAS. TWENTYMAN  Matchmaker  and jeweler  2nd Door From The Garage  All Repairs   Entrusted   to My Care  Will Receive Prompt Attention  Workmanship' Guaranteed  for garden and-farm ������re l_.es-i  f������>B.C.soil. Sec* Cotalogw fo*  solid, ffuaraiatoe of piwity  and. ijoriii__n.o.tior_.  Sendnew foi Copy froo   ,  Sutton 5Sens.Th������Kin^,vs So������amon  R_>c_<_r_.z_jCi JE_n_^l������ncl  AJ.Woodward  619 rsri- $r. 667Granvill������Sh j  fOLC AOCNTS FOR BRITISH ���������COLUMBIA  1      f%     <_>pnb|i|rug%o  %B'n    I^b   Or Ifclii^  LIVERY AND TRANSFER;  'X Wood for Sale Phone 85 X  *��������� A  EX-LITE POWDE  MANUFACTURED BY  0SIV6S iiOi  Granite, B. C.  SATURDAY MAY 23  7 to 8 p.m.  Between Spiers' Barn and J.  -    W. Dow's Ranoh  ���������#���������<������������������������������������������������������������������������  H. D. FARRIS, representing the company will be in  town Saturday and will give a demonstration 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 oblaiued at any time, too ponndr.  and up.  For further particulars apply to  R. S. BEVAN  Creston, B. C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  OONSUivrma Engineer  CRESTON  B.C.  J AS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  /-*.T_"**T***     -.TV *-TTT*-  v_rji_/ -jl       ivU'i\  DiiinhKirinr    Tinninrr   onrl  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  fRAIL       -       -       -  B.C.  ...imhinrr     imi       I lUIIIUmg!   I liming  UIIU  General Repair Work  Done by  W.-Bv. Embree  The satisfaction of work  well  done  lln j*orB long after the prioo is forgotten  Massey -��������� Harris  Everything for the  Farm and Garden  Bean and Massey-Harris  Sprayers  Stickney   and  Massey-Harris  Gasoline  Engines.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  Remember we carry parts for Everything  We  Handle  ������������������r*r  *,i|ttfw.Miili*M^iw_rti_������il**_w*ww_*-- i.iwiiiiJ.T.-i mi  ., -.*. .��������������� 1 .****.&mm*bJm%MtiiM W*ii_l tt 111 ll 'ttfjiiliilill -Ullj  r,i,iY "iiimimiih, I  ii,i,,.iia������_riiiiiii_iiir<iii>ii_ii_iiiiitiiin iiiHininiii  iih 11 iiuh


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