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Array . ifi ">  if  I'  f  f  ���������i i  "S^W  "VsMBi  "V" 7^- *p8KL.  I   rJ   _*_ lK-~_r__.  ^1 ���������_-������'E_-(Wx_  v* , *   \ "A?*  Hjf fiatt and WeSft iii  ..  fciiay Lei-ST t& Creston  ������"7** ^���������tf-j**^   j* -(S^svcmuf  .* * rt^w*W_r__,  lf"-f   - ._. __��������� i    _^.w zW.h b_*s.  mmmtmSSOm^^LW  SENT TO ANVi  AD__������I?Ps_������   _.__������  $2.00 A   YEAR-  SiNru* Copies 5c.  Creston District WiU Have  Sr^igcyj %E**'&'&mw4& &  ^mmmWrnrnt    *0m\  r *������iiL  _���������**__<_&���������_      ,   ���������VmVmji^  UII     lii������  mtfACll  ui rt  _,* Tjmxmmfmx Em.           I^CSf  _^__^s  sj_ig-%_p3  IN  ULLaUfc  ST. LAWRENCE RIVER  mm^^mr ������������������;        an 5^5_^E.53 *^ar      tSv        _W        W      ^U  i^MMMH ������������������        _������      ^^__^^      3_____XB_i flM      ^B ^B_        V^V ______   __[     1_k  ���������-MMMnACMi-ia-hM^  Both Vessels Sink in Verv Few  Minutes���������List of Dead  Most Appalling  1G  *&  t\k      _  im+k ������������������* 1  _���������  At  mmmXst  ��������� The present Lessee,  Editor and manager of    /������  * C!_%re=J-r.__  1?������-���������������*?*������������������������������������������'    A    R   <R  ^.nn1A��������� !___,-_, *,_ _._-.__-__      #__  S, Stanley begs to state    {Q  ___!__.__ _���������_  _._._   ^  war  that he has not b^sn-- respoa^bie in any way. for   jit  the sending oiit of notices tlfceaieniiie court Dro-    ~  .*<." 1  eedure for   delinquent   subscribers.    He has only    5?  Jg   had to do with this paper:sin$p July ist 1913. ������  Quebec, May, 29;���������The Canadian Pacific railway steamer  Empress of Ireland collided with another steamer at 2:3d  o'clock this morning, 30 miles east of Father Point and sask.  At 3:50 a.m. the worst fear of the fate ot the Empress  of Ireland was confirmed in a message which for the first  time announced that the ship with which Fhe colided was  the steamer Hanover of the North German line. The mess-  age received was from Father Point and reads as follows:-���������  "No sign of either Ireiand or' Hanover. Lifeboats,visible  in the distance circling   around the Eureka.*'  "The government steamer Lady Evelyn is on the scene  now and the coal steamer is also in the same direction."  A telegram from the Marconi station at Father Point  shortly before 3 o'clock this morning announced that the  Canadian Pacific railway liner, the Empress of Ireland, had  collided with another ship 30 miles east of Father Point and  was sinking.  . The S. O. S. signals from the Empress announced the  disaster and were immediately responded to by the coast  guard ship Eureka una ^ibz mail tender Laov"Evelyn from  Father Point, both of which steamed to the^rescue.    -  The first news of the disaster came in the form of a tele.-  gram from the marconi station at Father Point to the acting  agent of ihe marine department) who immediately ordered  the Lady Evelyn and the Eureka to the scene.  Montreal, May 29,���������At 3:45 a.m. is the  following message from the Father * Point operator:*���������  "Daylight is breaking and I see several lifeboats. The:  government steamer Eureka and coal steamer in the distance,  but no trace of the Empress of Ireland or the Hanover. The  Eureka seems to be in the center of the lifeboats."  Quebec May 29���������At 5 o'clock it was reported that the  Empress sank 10 minutes after the impact.   The number of  ONE THORSON HAS .  mm A00S0ENT  Tom Thorson, thtne Jkeeper pftbeO.  P. R., met with a painful accident on  Monday afternoon while in the discharge of his duty.  He was going East on tbe speeder and  wben at  mile 61 thought  he heard, a  The wind waB blowing  One of   tbe  _. T  machine to listen.   Suddenly & freight  RBKTfiy Ml I Cy  _il____MA       ���������������_-_��������� _=__;_.__._,     -  ms IIS SPELL  m*m-fmM.    1|-UIDI'1C-  -I 1_  herdst the tisis  so begot  ig At the satne time he wouldfappreciate it if those    & i^&in ftWred aronnd ^ ������������������ >^  W who owe from that time would come in to see him " ?P  im *                                     ���������-,'-������         -                                      '^  ^- about the matter as it costs considerable to get out   fly  i������ the paper and money is scared?                                    (fl  passengers being landed at Rimouski totalled about 350,  making the number of those who 'perished on the impress  about 800. There was a dense fog -#hen the accident occured.  The En_nr_-.cc   1i!H. nn Knar<.<   it*_-li..-I___<*��������� *-li_������  ^������-__������r   .-.-np |wonnds and put his leg in splints  -   1", 1 j was then taken to the Doctor's he  1,200 persons.  The Empress of Ireland sailed from here yesterday  afternoon and as she steamed away the brass band of a party  of the Salvation Army played sacred music, including the  hymn "God Be With You Till ^e Meet Again/'which  makes the setting of the awful tragedy a parallel with that of  the heroic band on the ill-fated TJtanic.  The Marconi station here say^ao signals were received.  right down upon him. He tried to  remove the speeder from, the trtickbut  -before he could do so the engine st?rtick  the wheel of the speeder and threw it  over against him hitting bim is tbe  chest and throwing him down the  embankment.  IS  He unstained a broken leg and sevetol  bruises, and it is a miracle that he' is  alive to tall the story-.  He was "rushed to Oreston and Dr.  ___ender_)D-_    called   wbo    dressed  bis  He  house to  await the morning train East- when.he  was taken to tbe Cranbrook Hospital.  He is doing as well as possible but it  will be weeks before be oan bo removed  from the hospital.  Tom has been with the company a  great many years was one bf their tfest  men, well knowr? and liked and".his  many friends will learn with regret of  bis acoident."  VT_--_.tr. >v-_    1__._.     tOtm.*Xm.f^m.    Ttm^imx*.  A*4CllUCl.U������r!>   lAWU   _ viui.  . The Empress of Ireland was Jin command of Lieutenant-  CoH������Hasder  Kendall., S.ri*I.s ^stSn*'_^t - thi������ port at 4 _ __o p,in*  yesterday Ior  Lrverpool .^ita.r/7  nrst, 20& Second  and 504^  third class passengers, a large mail and cargo.  Among the passengers was a large   party of Salvation  Army officers on their  way to attend the -international con-  icicuCc Oi tne ariuy in a-fGuuun.  t������__ tr ._  1UC   _._Li������UV������V<C_.^  ~_2������1. 1_--_1-   -.1__.       T_>   WlKU.   WUiVU   IUC ' \JtVUl|JXCb_-  coliidvd  and  which also sank, is a steamer of the North German Lloyd  line plying from Rotterdam to rQuebec and Montreal. She'  was in command of Capt. Troitsicir and besides her crew she  had 12 second cabin and 1,3 06 third class passengers on  board when the impact occurred.^  Alas for the littleness of human ability.  Alas that one may not woo some  muse to sing of the beauty and charm  of the Creston valley. At all times  _-_.antijT.u_, there is at this season a.2  added charm which conies to one borne  on the breezes, scent laden, reflected in  the sunshine, or stealing upon one in  the quiet calm of the evening, as the  king of the clay retires in a blaze of  glory beyond the western hills.  Who would not come beneath  the  spell were a sordid soal indeed.   To see  is to like and to behold - is to long for.  Tbis week *we have bad several visi-  . ���������       _   *  rors trom other parts some of whom  have gone away under the influence of  that charm   to tell their  friends and  perhaps to come back and live here.  Granum, Alberta gives np one of her  citizenB,  air, OieTofce who purchased  flUWM   IUI_Ia������1__   4._"_.v^. ....  -..____. lumu.iiu uicasuuk-ui ms rancn at  Erickson  He arrived in Creston last week and  was greatly pleased witb the district  and surprised at the variety of our  products.  '.He fell beneath tbe charm and the  next day made the' deal, wbicb marks  for bim an epoch in his life.  Mr. Vofte has a companion on the  prairie, one who has been faithful to  him for years, his, horse, and he proposes to return to bring his faithful  horse and bis belongings and settle  dowa here __mid .the eternal hills an  tbe^fy������? ei^ndi^os-filwrds^       ,.,. ^  He has a friend back there wtio probably will come later to join the colony and bring* his family. So it goes,  if you find a good thing, pass it on.  Mrs. E. ,C. Bennett, wife, of the  banker, arrived Saturday from -Cranbrook to take up ber residence here.  Sbe is dcommanied by her mother,  Mrs. Erickson wbo will make-,*, n vslt  with her. Both ladies und Mi*. Rennt*tt  are enthusiastic admirer*- of Ci-eotou  district n t only on ace lint of the  futuvo which it usau'CH, hut td.no on  account nf itB nut uml licuiity and  charm. Oar lesidont- nppr. ciutu this  less, perhaps than ouiSidwiR .for the  reusou that wo are always he'eu- d it  Is an ever**-dny nll'nir to us, I ut hi the  opinion of Mrs Bennett u*'d Mrs  Erlckfton we. huvo an uxpreHBlon of two  Indies eminently in a position to piuss  judgment rind to diHci-suiliinto jin a  matter of thii kind. We f������**l suro we  express tho Hontiniont of tho win ilo  district when we wi di thom a henity  welOiJine to iiui'iindst.  '-, ���������Send for bar prioe* on furniture, we  pay tbe freight.   0.0.3.  v. Have yoa fallen a victim to the  share habit yet?  Oil  J. B. Winlaw made a flying trip to  town Tnesday returning to Dnck Ct-ook  in the afternoon.  __-__MH__  ._, FOR SALE���������Two lota and bouse containing two furnished rooms for $600  Apply Re view Office. 18-21  *  Alice JnoiNG news  Mr. and Mrs. H. Oorbett of Oranbrook  spent a fow days at Allco Siding visiting his brother Walter and family.   .  ; A few of AHco Siding boys went to  Bnnimit Creek the first of the wook  and had tbo usual flsliormen's luok. ���������  W. _.. Peaae and crow finished  building  sidewalks In  town and will  SCENE    SUGGESTED   BY   EMPRESS    DISASTER  Tbo Review has a onmpleto stock of  papMon bund nnd in nlwnyi \n roadi-,..  uobm  to rto  your printing  for you on  commence grading a road fi*om fourth  abort notlco. Htiwot to wards Mr, Benney'a Ruuoh, on  Thursdii**.  * Mr. Thornton has sent some grape  ?v!������;cri froin Jap^is to plant ou hla ranch  At Douglas Villa. Wo hopo they will  Ix* an Juipi-ovniiient on tho grapes p.l-  rondy growing In this district.  Albert Stewart purchased  a now  boat  from Mr. Paine,   belter  kec*p it  W. A.. Pease  haa the  road  ^anfl.(,%  work opening up Little Avenue.  H. McNeil, thc Oflhorne Crtlander  man, waa doing bualueaa In town Wed-  nenday.  -Youug, Yorkshire plg*������,  FOR SALK       for brooding purpowa.   Woll bred from ],ooktjd UP Alb������rt  W*m*m*mm*     .to,     ���������*���������#���������.*���������  44-*)*w������Mi������'   mmm-mmm  _!������-.*_  Mtnrti'-  ������lV-������������i  One method bv which rescues areeffecled hv life- ������������v^r-*  m ���������* '      I   _���������������(**���������(���������*������*-*���������-��������� "^ *<*-������.j-w������ *������������������������'   mmm-mmm       mm. m** *** ������������-*������*���������_,   ��������� _ ^_        ���������*���������*���������*#      %% ���������_._-_- ������ _L  ou our consts.    In this last difiaster,   however, the time was Apply an. Ooultng 4th. Owaton. 17-181.   ** , w. Hyomnan or your n������������  ,...,*        .1 ��������� xa    t, , ��������� ���������     .      , ������������������ ' jab of tliiamithlug or pluming,  too limited for   this method'as :n   a very few   minutes from  the time of thc   collision bqth stcamcas sank,  taking huu-  i    i.  ,*i  _._ .  UiWUf   *A*J**X*.   S.S0   *m  IKH.IJ     |iHl  Kor Sulo���������Mare abont 800  lbs.,  alao  brood aow  and  litter.  John   Carfra,  I Canyon Oity.  r������ n ������   qtmv������*n*fwfl nutAMfmooir  f*n.t\V������*<mf ������ n+tkr*i o*fl/M>*o  .  a .   . II  **,���������** m-mp  : on the bank for the  Hia ���������_���������������������������   I  HWIIVhl  I have authorized Lancaster & Go. to issue receipts for  all monies paid on accounts  due me.  y   ��������� S. A, SPEERS  Witt IMPROVE"  Monday, Etnpire day passed off <jnie&  lyjn Creston, tbe only effort, at oelebrs  Sinij hfling n -.all ggma in tha   ������fterabOJQ  .**������������������ .      _* - A    *. *-_. c.  III,    Mli���������lM      ���������   ...f    ............    _. ���������     i     ....    .   .^__��������� _^       ���������          y*^^^^*a������>_--T'jrn_ii._|jlriinnppi niir-W3igva_^p_^r^Bynv  those of Erickson, the formeri winning  by a score of 15 to 13 fn 10 innings. Tbe  boys front Enokson put np a very game  and sportsmanlike fight from the start  and at one time were 8 runa behind but      B|.y yQns f^^ ^^ feoa ^^  reduced the lead by a splendid rally in j ThQ tvQn% flUmb 0ufc (  the finish.   The band came out in tbe bait he sells  evening "ond hi/lped"   oonBiderably* to  round out a day which in tbe main was  a very successful affair.   The weather  was oooi and showery and would have  pat a daibper on a caiebrat.lon  if one  had been  arranged!   In  the evening  there was a danoe in  the Andliorium  wbiob was well attended and a great  ancoess in every way.   The music waa  fornifhed by looal talont aud was pro-  nonrced to be exceptionally* good.   No  doubt chare will be other  dances  like  this in the future. ;      '  KlfGHUNIWSl  Mrp. IVIack Boyd of Oreston spent  several days in Kltchnoiy yleiting bor  aunt Mrp. G. A. Hunt.  .'���������   *   '?���������',.  Miss r*\olma Gundorson has goho to  Oranbrook where Bho will take up ber  residence.  Mrs. G, A. Hunt made a trip to Crofl-  ton on business. " y  Grovor Klfer and brother-in-law of  Oanyon Oity, camo up latt Saturday  to try their luok with tbo speckled  haautioa; bnt weather condition* woro  agalnat, them, no they bad to return  with a small string.  . Miss Lena Dobak wont to Ctvanhrook  last Sato rdar, returning Tuesday.  Mra; Ohas. Nelson of Yahk, is ylalt-  ing frlenda In Kitohener for a foyr days.  ' ?,"V^i? hfai>. that Mr. Tbomaa Tboi*aon,  ������,(*. lJ. R. omplyee met met with a  very und accident last Monday, it  aeomathnt ho wuh coming i<i Kitchonor,  on n apoeder, and at some sharp curve  bn met train No. Bfl and before ho bad  time togtt the speeder clear ofthe  traok tho engino hit It and threw It on  to Tom   Hmnimblnrr hin   }mtr  vm*--**  h"������Uy  and brnlslng bis head and face.  Mro. Q. A. Hunt upcat,,, Monday in  Cranbrook.  :'   ���������������. '  . : : "* -" ���������"- -,-.--��������� - , ���������������������. ���������������w  x*. . r*..x ���������/������ i ., . ���������.   . . , i%    4 4. r . _ . .   ���������  -The U. S. distriot engineer at Seattle  has just notified tbe War Department  at Washington that work will be started during tho low wator stage preparatory to improving tlio Kootenay river  between Bonnora Forry and tbe national boundary. In a lottor to A. J. Kent.  Congosamdn French makea the statement to that effoct.  About a yoar ago congress waa askod  to a appropraito of $25,000 for the  improvement of thn rivor and thiH is  the first no we that tlio work will bo  begun1. There are a number of eaud-  bare and snago that aro a menace to  navigation. Tl.ouo will bo i-emoved  aido.tier wofk eventually.��������� Bonnera  FeriyI_$tt_l^Y?';  '���������������mm_Im  I  Aspredloted in our hut laaue, the  atoirk will liaye to go some to keep  ahead or th* Henderson now tbat he  haa a Ford onr. The opinion waa well  bomo but on Monday inornlug when at  abattt 2 o'olook he reoeived a hurrlod  call.   He arrived In good time to beat  ��������� V.~  \.lrm  %.l~f*      tltm.     .-_.   *   ���������������>. ...  ...W ~.m m.mm. mm... mxxxm mmxm, mnxmutmy CKIOp-  er are rejololng In the advent of a eon.  Tbe Ohio Improved Oheator Whlto  Boar.   BtirrnttiAm   _"���������**.������������������������������.���������.������.*���������*������  iaaai     ������...  i������^#  ti'-^ATS'  M  ���������     timxtiiixm* >^*Mjtx* m* tw.... ���������.-' I i*.i.*.^*.ti^,*mti'.J>..km, xA^.yw.1 ~t'������.,8l,. J  i___r_x_s_______-__M_Ma_p__^^ I  I  fl">  ��������� tr*  t_t  r%������  c  reston 'Jfeviefo  official has been investigating C lgary oil companies  and announces that  so far as  Published every   Friday aft Creston, British Colnmbia, by the Creston Print-   Compliance with   government  Ing and Publiahing Company. Ltd.       . ' regulations is concerned those  now   doing -business   in  the  Tbe Reviewia th& acknowledged adveftlsi-jg medium of the Creston valley, cir '      . , 1  .   .  ct_!ati__g te searly-oae tho*c������___id hemes ithroughout tbe Oreston district and  tield are alrigllt.  reaching out ia a broad manner into other communities.   Our advertising rates |      T    . .        . _._���������__  ftr^j based-on the Boale of the Kootenay and Boundary i.. iters'Board of Trade. I      It IS good to VnoW   tniS, DUt  Xand purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.    Display adver-1 . . ,  tlsemente, $1 periuoh per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  something more tnan govern-  and 5 cents per line in-tucceeding weeks.   Subscription rates $8.00 a year in ! -  -advance.    Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local ih- ] Uient endorsatlOU IS necessary  tereut and the welfare of the community.    ODntributious must be brief and  eigned, -  r  i ^h  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables i  A; B. B. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  _3_3S  The board of railway commissioners   have   decided as  thei* ^eitfbi. n itinerary to hold  sittings at   Winnipeg, Tuesday,    May     26;    Saskatoon  Thursday,  May 28;   Edmonton, Friday, May 29; Victoria,  Monday, June  8; Vancouver,  Wednesday, June   to; Pentic-  ton, Tuesday, June 16; Revelstoke,   Thursday,   June   18;  Calgs-tfy,' Monday,   June 22;  Regina, \Vednesday, June 24;  Port Arthur, Friday, June, 26.  The    Chief    commissioner  states that persons  having an  application    or.     complaint,  which they desire to be heard  by the board   should  ut once  forward it to  the secretary at  Ottawa,  sending at the same  time, by   registered   letter a  copy of   the ��������� application  or  complaint to thu railway company or parties affected.  stay at home," says the Mon-  ongahela (Pa) Times, "it is  because they aie good adver**  tisers. The mail order houses  simply could not do business  at all if they did not advertise  which they do largely in newspapers, catalogues, books and  circulars. If they cau achieve,  success through advertising,  others can do the same.  Their ads contain big and  little cuts of articles for sale,  with  brief    descriptions  aud  1  statements of price. Some  newspaper advertisers think  all they need ,do is to put in  the name of their company;'  aud a hackneyed claim thai,  they have the be&t .goods,  without proof or details.  Wherever retail stores plan  their advertising canipaigus  with system, persistence and  capacity, the mail order house  rarely gets a serious hold."  uTf  mail order  houses  are  j������V. |������ --������-������ It  itwvto  xi. ..*  mmmmm*.  before the prospective investor decides to hand over his  good money.  The government is interested in much more. Company  prospectuses that pass muster  with the government for charter purposes may offer much  or little to  the investor.  Investigate the prospectuses  if you are thinking of investing, aud make sure before  you pay your money that the  shareholder gets the protection he is entitled to.  * There are plenty of good  companies in which shareholders' rights are fully protected,  and where chances of  , 'ii ,r.  big returus are excellent.,  ynl.e.ss you.don't, care, you do  not heed   to be in on   a dead;  TEAM   SLEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand  *���������  !$! Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  _v " "*  I  Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  H. S. McCreath, Prop.  oiie.~Cal"g_try Herald.  VU^UI  ���������       :. :.. 1  XX. J-.VUV4UW4M4  At A conference of educators  the other day iu St. Paul a  learned professor, who had  -M/i.l.-.itly hf������*������ii living with 1i*J������s  ear close to the ground, made  the statement that  moral-ilit-  i  Your home paper heralded  to iiie World  vonr'birth: iru-it-  %J I  tioued   your  birthday   party  when you where sweet sixteen;  erncv   is  one of   "the pravestrannlatided   vour    pradnntinn  Phone 56  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14  country  today.  There is   something  startling in  the   suggestion,  and  the more it is investigated the j|   Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on^Hand  more one  must be  convinced  that   the    professor    struck  I pretty close to bed-rock when  he made it.  Both in United States and  Canada the state is striving  with commendable earnestness to give every child of  the nation a thorough academic education. Our great  aim is to attain to pre-eminence intellectually, but while  we are striving for this we are  in our schools giving little or  uo attention to m'orals.  Prize morals do not happen  any more than does prize  wheat without the most careful cultivation and attention.  Intellectuality without accompanying high standard tof  morals is more dangerous  than ignorance of the grossest  sort. We ��������� expect ��������� trouble  Jfirom the latter,  where, in the  \ .'.,    . ********  form*.*!-,, we are deceived iuto  . .'>**"  imagining that the outer gar-  mejttf.. of culture gives assur-  anceN&f quality right to the  heart, which it frequently  doesnot.---Calgary. Herald.  *  ������.  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Oalsomihing,P<iintyiaj,.P-ip3c.h'ingiu.5     Carriage andl :/p'.i'<*_.li_'j'.  Lot mo give you advico and estimates on your work.     All  work glial*  antood to givo satisfaction.  Oats* Q  B   w BS__j^^^# H B S_r������iH %**  i*'f-  Shop on Sirdar Ave., in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL 8AVE MONEY DYOflTTINO MY ESTIMATES  ������������������immif.  Meig!>������i't-'aiB'.������.iiB.fi!i  maiaau.'JUB  you to college, and when you  returned 'mentioned the first  job ypu secured; told of your  marriage-?to the sweetest girl  in town* and.'<-��������� mentioned" the  advent:; iMj^ii^mit)}" of, your  first Hoi^lWlsympathized  with  .'    . I- ^L'A'''r   '"   r. -,-<���������-  ^ou lUi^yxxu^viJOirovv;  laughed  with   you in   your  joy; and  . 1 ���������  when you   die it will   do its  -__-_____  Bring in your Renewal of  Subscription to the  rnrcrrniu nririrur  ...  .. . ,1. .-.../...,... .1    11  ......'..-   ..'.... 1     ......   1 llllll nl I till     III.VII.If  ^O.uxuixtwui I ^UwakliJUkl    mxx.xx.XX   wvUUUmiu   ii*V    **.\Jx*S   ���������.**<_������  XAXf^xx    MCUUUl,    OV.UI tCJ, I  m00 xxmximm-mm- mm  -mmm  m _,.._-������   m   ��������� ���������  . ������  best to   get you   through lhe  pearly gates.  hat uh   do  your   printing  for  you.  PriooH right and satiBfacitiou guaranteed  *0mt*mtmfim  Hardy Northern grown atoolc Of lend'  ing vaiiutiom propogatod from tho It, M.  KldTiTX-fJ wtrn.11 of no(llf������rfin plnntt*.  Prioe per thorn-uunl platiM $7.HO. Per  hu nd rod plants iffl ,������f������. Ontnloyn." Hont  on* r^qa^Ht.  Mr. tar? Ar. MnnnM  Vvynnaei h. C,  vw**vm  .tfi4MU.ik.w_i-.  gHttMilMMJ-Mil  ******: ^*^P^^'tM������*m.  ������������������1     'ii v   11     i^'i 1'      1    .<���������.   _  sjjtejWjy^tejHjj^S tf*^������lta___________S_____________i  1 -��������������������������� rl.-,iu,-.Y  wf.'ytiii'.,,,,.)!'^  jjh jwt w*a*.a(Ji i.tiaiajjiriii*jb riHUwit^-iiaiu 1 b t^^^^������^^*^<''^'<^!*l^tB-_gy>*<M^w^^ ^ttiwwaw-i ntiwiiiwiyiwmi >-���������������_���������*��������� mm >m n t-^wirtwr n_ww_ii _ mmwi im n  1.1  ���������  ll,|i.,Hlul_,l������iii.li_  i������.-.luiuillllliiillil_.iiHi.^i__u,ir r^T^**.,������ij^?p?r^  ' t"   ������������������-^v^f.h  ....... -���������-������������������.111, ..*,,  rtPM   g������M������m  .       _���������'    ���������  I II"    .ll.7lt.l-.!!     -  M,m0Vit  ' The  nian. whose  trousers  ; ar������������ baggy  at  the knees may  Jnever say his prayers.  Someof the niost exclusive  people are.in jail.  r    Many a man is' whole.soul-  , fed whose shoes are not,  _  The social lion generally  has the soul" of a rabbit.  All the stage robbers are  not theatrical managers. *  \ Many a small man .rises to  the occasion when a big man  shrinks from his duty.  The heaviest " collection  plate doesn't always indicate  the most religion.  Many" a girl with eyes like  a startled' fawn has an appetitelike an ostrich..  ���������-    /-       - - -*  ^lany^ a "man ���������with a big  head has small ideas.���������Judge.  I  Br ' ���������The C. 0. S. of Oranbrook is Belling  Xrou 3bus wicinnatcresa and spring for  $11.  ,  \ Church Notices  JVIETHODIST CHURCH  _Pnt.l_o Worship-10:80 and 7.80 P. M���������  Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible Class  11:30 A.M ~      -  Come and you will be made welcome  Fred Ii. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  ' Service every Sunday at 11:15 a. m.  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School and Adult Bible Class  at 10:30 a. m.  -* 'i- . VV. t*. ISLAKK     -  ti . Minister.   .  jAA   mf,       imtS      /*rt"      -���������. *       jmu+e      T*xm*      -������������������      m,-.        *m*m      ,-mU.  ,.,,_,_,,**; *",     -,. ,������������������-        -,,|-.,,-..i.    i      ������������������ .?  CATHOLIC CHURCH      ,    .  Mass 11:00 *  Benediotion 7;30  ' Every first 3unday of the month. _  Father J������hnO. M. I.  LSunday School every Sunday at 2:30*  1 ___*" "~     HI  I In the gp&E Light ������  _ Oa tbe^aagi-of Inumewthe spot |  JBght ��������������� on the macrwho advertises. I  Oar CHsslfiad Want Ads will I  place you or your -Mods in the.Kme 9  hghtofpu_������c_f_tem__on_; _   9  If you have net tn^llkjij; iktf" |  illuminating power will 3U7prisc you.v I  *m  '      ��������� " 1  ��������� ���������~- ,  J  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory,' the Northwest  Territories encl in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, w ay bejea&ed  for a~ term of twenty-one years "at  an annual rental of'$1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory tbe land mnst  be described by seotions, or legal subdivisions of^sections, and in nnsnrveyed  t-ertitoj"' the tract ������T,*-,lisd for shall b-"  stoked out by the applicant himself.  TCartVt anr.1iAo.inn mt.f.flu>. njt_.<*.������M������.<-H-_:.'a  by alee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate ot five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with s.voin returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined 'and pav the royalty thereon. If the coal mining' rights  are not being operated, such returns  shonld be furnished at least once a * ear  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever avail-  Abie* surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an aore.  . For full information application shonld  bo.made Xo~th&rB&s&&tf or the "������apart-""  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent.o_-.Sub-Agent of-Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy-Minister of the Interior." -  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  -30690.  JL Ji__a._EL������_f  IAN- -BANK  **<    **-0   J.VJ������.'j.YJL JL-rf Jmtimm -W MJmi  - - SIR "EDMUND WALKER, CV.O-,__L.D^D.CJ������, President  A_L������XAlJT)ER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIBD. Ass't General Manager  CAPITAL, ������.5,868,008     RESERVE FUND. $13,500,800  ������T_   A -"&.T-vr tr -vx-r *^9  . Accounts may be opened at every branch o������The CanadianBank'  Of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive.the same*-  carezui attention as is given to aii other departments bf the Bank's  business.   Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as  satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. '     S24-  ������ til ftUIIUl  Application for Licence to take and  use Water -will be made under the  "Water Act"   of British  Oolumbia, as  follows:���������  _.  1. The name of tbe applicants are,  Wm. H/Reed and Wm. Mather.  2. The address of the applicants is  P*������nf-frf.������.  v**t/awu.  8. The name of the stream is Lizzard  Greek. The stream, has itB source in  Rolf mountain, flows in a westerly direction, and empties into Kootenay Flats  at Wynndel Junction.        -    ���������*  ���������x \ m.  4. The water is ta be diverted from  tbe stream on the South side, about  five hundred feet from the C P. R.  track." -  5. The purpose fer \?hic__ *hs. water  will be used is irrigation  6. The land on* which the water is to  be used is described as follows:���������  Block 126 K. V. Lands,   Block I29A, K.  V. Lands,  the north" 18.35 acres of .lot  8645 G I Kootenay  7. The quantity of water applied for  is as follows:��������� one half cubic feet per  second.  8. This notice was pasted on the  ground on the  sixth day of April, 1914.  9. A copy of this - notice and au application pursuant thereto andtojrhe  requirements of the "Water Act-' will  he filed in the olhce of the "Water Recorder at Kelson. Objections may be  filed w ith the said Water Recorder, or  with the Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Building, Victoria, B. C.  Wm- H. Keed,  W. Mather,  -���������*- am*.   ���������������_-������������������-_^_.*j������.-.-^,--,y    ,_ i       i i i *    ���������������������������-_-���������   i *,  A.������\-ru������_-t_.**v^o\_  ft. A A^a  OVER 85 YEARS'  EXPEfttENes  TradeIWARK8~  Designs  ^A_-W_������l#__lr*rar A^ti.  Anyone abndlng Aeketcb end description nay  qnloKly ascertain our opinion jfreo whether an  Invention is probably vatent^Me. Communications Btrlotly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents  sent free. Oldest agency for secarlDfirpotonts.  <* Patents taken tnrouKh Mann & Co. receive  aptcUunottu, without charge. In the  ScMMic Hmcrican.  & hflnOBOmely Iiiuemwea weeKiy. Largesc cxr-  culatlon of any eclentlflo journal, 'lerms for  Canailft, $8.7- a year, ^-ostage prepaid. "Sold by  all newsdealer*.  - .Branch Offlee, 625T 8t, Woahln_;ton.l>. G.  I  THE   HOME  or   THE     '  TRANSIENT  ___������.  '.15 v    .  OON!N*ODJOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND   MOSX  POPULAR HOTEL IN  THE   KOOTENAYS  Rnn on strictly up-to-date  lines.* Unexcelled service in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. ��������� --- i_.very comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s npplied with  fi    only the* belt brand of goods.  m    *m #>������r^   im       jj^0f^mm.^*.m^%0m*m"������-^,      --    _. ���������^.tmiy.  ��������� Porters'Meet Trains  mmm  VV.  **,  rxKjN,  ^   _m     j������H    _���������    sw     jmss.   j4****i   ������^������^   ~���������*~  iWm^lmfMiSimm.hr  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  Harness   Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and.siloes.  j!...:  ^zM^timti;&^^^  NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice of which appeared in the B. O  Gazette on October, 10, 1912, is cancelled in so far as it relates to the following  expired timber lisenses:���������  4481, 9082, 11847, 21907, 22661, 123116,  34482, 26737, 26926, 38183, 80358, 31180,  31184, 31186, 31201, 31330. 31481; 32022,  32711 83411, 33459, 83460," 34221, 34273,  34310, 36502, 37580,- 37993, 37994. 41844,  41426 and 43176.  B. A. Benwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lan is Department,    _ ...  ���������^HietOpif������; -������_-������Gr- ������������������ ������������������-   ���������  Mar 31st., 1914.  June SC  I FISHING  TACKLE  We have a  Show  Case of New Flies  Spinners, Casts,  Roils, Etc., and  are sure' we can  Suit You as Our  Stock is Very Ujj-  to-Date.  High Power"  Repeating  Rifle No.42S  Lint Price $20.00  ������25  .30-30-.32 und .35  . ? ���������****.   callbcw  [Vso ttemlnutun Au to-Loud Inir  Curtrliliioa.  A Big Game Rifle that  ^'     Makes Good.  in  ,,    ,  Sure Fire No llalka No Jams  OiJorr.uinjourBaulor.   ���������    .' .  . Send for ll.i-iil_omi.ly llliiHtrutcd  HlflcCataloj.No.lt,    ���������  I. 5ltowi������������c'flrmc fi Tool l.o  r.O.HoxtftM). ...   "  Chlcopee Falls, Mass:  SYLVfA   PANKHURST.   AT ~ HuME   IN   LONDON  This picture shows the jfaniotif. Engl ah ln'ilitant snffragette  leader, Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, in her llonie recuperating  froni a five days food and drink strte fi. jail. Slie is here  phown seated at a table uud k-aiiing ..oyer her is Miss Zella  Kmerson, the American, who is one of her chief lieu tenants.  .It.must afford her untold satisfaction to he able to select at  'will such articles of diet as she prefers, as such was not al-  ilowed her in this regime r f forciahl'e reeding, or the nnmer  ���������ous similar ordeals she hasfonnerlv underwent. Whether  '.thiah'nnger course has gained for her followers or not, one  ���������cannot help but feel admiration ofthe 'irou-will aud courage  of herself anl mother,.  Swimming Against  =the Stream  la Ilk* trying to to m tueoaMful  bu������lnni_i without ������ijlv������i*tltlna.  And It I* not ���������xfMntlv* f gulri  tUmmlntlslm nublloltv ***v th* utm Sff  prlnUrft' Ink. Our CI������M������ilfl������4  Want Ada. coat Uttla and *r������  mad by nearly avatyona.  Try %l\tm mm * ayauni t������i������l_>  for your ftmalnaaa.  mmmmlOl  BK9i  ^������Sc^*S*S������������6^*SSw<?*5^*SSi^^  1 Creston Valley Investment Co.  qL ~   KteAL ?BSTATE   AND  INSUBANCB  King-George Hotel Block,   4.L.  Street,   CRESTON, B. O.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  -v.  Nov/" is   the   time   to  get   busy   and   purchase  Creston   Land,   before, the  Tush   lo  the  "Wnnifprfnl f.pp5fnn  Vallpv"  iiuuuuuui      ui uuiuu       fuiiby  which is rapidly comin������ to the front  and proving  to  be   the   Banner  District   of  British   Columbia.  We  have listed  for sale  Choice. Lots  BUSINESS AND  RESIDENTIAL  2^       Improved   Ranches   and   partly  improved   from  S   io   to   so   Acre  Blocks.     Wild  land   ajoining   a  *sj xx.'. x   ;_ ��������� oi *i_-    _ r x     _   , ' a     .. _    ������  sciiicuicuL iu  j_hu-ck& oi -.roui  5  10  3^0  /_cres.  For  full  information  and  particulars  Write  or call  on   the  % trktiiii yai i n iw^MFBjfeffl  I UPiLi) I Ui! !flLLL!  Iiil Id I lllLil S uUi  S Box  36  Creston,   B. C.  *   ~^~ l   _r-  ^   j���������?v *****     ���������"*-*   *;*-v  creston  <&  The Leading  Hotel of tbe  Fritit    Belt  Our   Guests  CaU   cAgain  ^/OU  will  make   no. mistake  Y      when you get off the train  ias-v?-   ���������-, jf ..you-sign the register at  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  men  will  substantiate  this.    We  Studv    t-he    Comfort   O^* 0,t'** o'UCStS?  ,0        - ������������������     ������������������    ��������� ���������-    o  The  rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, -Ran chers, Tourists  and Commercials.  -j^-'.-^jB*- ���������-" j||^r_kin'  mid  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  .    'All Kinds,i)f���������?  jj^S"^^^^^:^'^^^^'^-*.^'^B^*8^^_r ' ������t_$��������� 0m\'0m*' iSa^9^03*'00' Z0)fS^Zm*-9 _S%4  Sir ,-���������:-,;,.,-,.,.. . ~-~       r^l  Send Your Wants to  Us jg  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Bring in Your Order, to th$  % J_*.  CKHSIOIN RKVlbW   I  _I_P*'  .*������������-_. ���������*���������_..���������*���������__..**���������������_     0m*MmW2.     *  00> &'0m** ^'tm**'^' ^'tiimV ������ti0ma������iim9t        ���������"000 ' 00  '���������*���������*��������� a*  "Sm* "��������� 0S0 *1*0 Ttij&TlSf rja. ��������� |BK*������  M**^i^Iil������4***|w*^^  mm  mLmmwmmam  ���������riii  mm,*  am  M>^WWII<iwWI!l_'ll.lwlr_ll.l.ll.!l^.ii<)l.g,lr������lll''lll|llll_lrll.lirWi  2__E_____  jftMII-l_'tlllllii__---_l-lllW-W������- .';-."���������,��������� -p:-- ���������-.. rsYSf?His^^^'j'ss.,77 7-.  THE     r.SsafiTHM  EE-^IEW,  r������t>_*ct't������r_'M  ' I"* ,^~< l -_i - _il������il___lrr_<-_i___i--i___>_������_i������  a4La-_ajiB_li" '/"'������' ' '" 'i||^___ii_-_ffir-r"1Ttt'rfe'~  mfomprtsing I to Acres  GRAND FORKS, B.  |m_M������' ^^"T1^  "^^T^^ti Oherrimm  1    Ceilared-^-R oots in earth, no danger of winter killing  g "We can hold your trade."  B SstabHshed 1900 &������y the HON. MAR rasa pmrreli-  3 Minister of Agriculture  f ALL STOCK DSMVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES  Ladies  Tailoring  Gents9 Tailoring  Cleaning, Pressing and  Repairing of ABB Kinds  leaning  Process  Practical Tailor  Dry  Dress  [ For Catalogue and Price list, write tor-;  WALTER V. JACKSQN, Agent. Creston, B. C.  ine  "___.    mmximm, J. EM A  '\    -*���������  /^stmmxat m ****  __������__���������_    m0 00m,        ��������������� _r_B- __���������_. -**   ^^maw _______   __*____. ___Pb__a._L     _-___-.      _ ___________  Limited  Making by Competent  Dressmaker      *  s ���������  To the People of Oreston  F   Fnrst-".!"4  ������������������ma       a     v ���������   W������WS  First House from  Methodist  Church  Have you given lis a trial order yet ? If not, why not. If we cannot give  better satisfaction than the firm you are dealing witt, we don't ask for your  business. ���������        ��������� :  If you can save money by dealing with us, then it is a matter of dollars and  cents.    Sentiment should never enter into a business transaction.  It is a man'u right, or to put it stronger, it is^his duty to  his  family to deal  where he can get the best value for his money.  .���������   . .     - '  Money is tight and we think wc can help you to make it go further.  Try us and See. . *  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Owing to the inclemency of the  weather Sunday the Dock Crook Sooial Club had to pospone their picnic  uufcil Sunday May 31, when it is hoped  that all those who were disappointed  last week, will'attend. ".  __-3    -._������������������,  auu ������_sa.  ttae       V**k        Snm fc  w. a. Ataui-ee  .���������#  me to Change  ^Lf ������^,^A *ffi *#  n \j>%ymm&  Underwear. Etc.  We are offerine- Li-*_it 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  W. G. & R. Shirts and Collars in  patterns and colorings including the new  collar and cuff shirt.    See them at the  The  ream  Limited  1  I  were visitors at the Butterfleld ranch  from Saturday to Monday.  Mr. Bert Mergertroy of Cranbrook,  was in Duck Creek on Sunday looking  over his land.  J. J. Grady left on Monday for Nelson, returning on Wednesday.  The water commissioners, who have  been in the Creston uistric. for several  days, investigating water rights, spent  Wednesday at Duok Creek.  S. Moon was a Creston caller on  Wednesday.  Lancaster ������_. wu.  General  MERCHAN1  BSMI  mmm,  uiccmv nnuMtuT dv  nLLIU.1 UUIIillU.ll 1  ui  OUP. EXCHANGES  Tbe Grand Forks PouUry association  will hold its next annual show on Nov.  85 and 28. Robert Wilson, who was  superintendent of the last Provincial  show, has been asked to act aa judge ���������  Grand Forks Gazette  ibo:  SeeE. W. Ryckman for  your  job of tinsmithing or plumbing.  next  On May 1st all the merchants in Sal-  m Arm inaugurated a straight cash  system of business. The curtailing of  credit by the wholesale* houses, and  loss through unclollectaale accounts  have foiced tbem to this decision.  They claim they can buy to better ad-  vantage and sell on.a cheaper basis.���������  Phoenix Pioneer.  P_mi_rii_rli_nirii     Unm-frS _r>  lasmusoi! raiiinu  ���������_/____-'____.���������_  rv _-_, _���������..^__*_______  ���������v iciuria. uuy ga^wi __-iGns==  Fare ind   One-Third  For Round Trip  Selling Dates May  23 to  25  Return Limit May 27  P. BURNS & Co.  the  Newest  pattern   soft  *  .t  :  FRUIT TREES*  4ND ORNAHENTALS  CQltlstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  X  MORTGAGE SALE  Under and by virtue of the powders  contained in a certain Mortgage which  will be produced at the time ofthe  Sale, there will be offered for Sale*by  PUBLIC AUCTION by J. Frank Rose  at the Auditorium, in the town"'of  Creston in the Province of British Columbia, on the Saturday the 20thL day *>f  June A. D. 1S14, at the hour of two  Vciock in the afternoon, the foUoWibg  property: ������������������������������������:- r_^c  Blocks Numbered Thirteen (13) and  Eighteen (18) b ing .part of-'Sub4_.vi-  sion of District Lot Number Eight  Hundred and. Ninety-two (892) Grtfup  (I) Kootenay Distriot in the Province  of British Columbia according tba  map or plan deposited in the Land  Registry Office at the Oity of Nelson  in the said Province and numbered .698.  Terms and conditions will  be made  known at the time of Sale and in ths  . .i  meantime on application to  EDWARD ALBERT CREASE,  Nelson, B. O.  Vendor's Solicitor.  Dated this 16th day of May A. D. 1914.  R. DAWSON-  - -   ���������   ���������   -    ,  Dist. Passenger Agent  Calgary, Alta.  Now is the time to have your  BIANO  TUNED  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by-  J. A. P. Crompton  Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs tb Pianos and Organs at lowoso price consistent with  GOOD WORKMANSHIP  **���������____* *P_y*^^P^^y ^LW9 ^Cy ^^r ^*^r  ^^r ^^r ^B^ ^W^^^^ ^^^^^9^^9^^9^^9^^9^^9*^^y ���������Kyci ^ff&*rop *^^P  ! LIVERrD,.?���������AN?FER 1  Wood for Sale Phone 85  MINERAL ACT?  (FORM F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  Blue Stone and Black Stone Mineral  OlnimH situate in tho Nelson Mining  Division of Wont Kootenay Distriot.  Whoro loonted !~-On Sheep Creek,  adjoining the Nugget Mono on? tho  north.  Take Notice that I, A. H Greenf acting ob agent for Piorpfl' Dionno. Free  Minor's Owtlfloato^p. 01291B, iulcud,  sixty days fronisibilate hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for ooVtlfl  nntno of Improvements, for tho purpose  of obtaining Crown Grant* of the above  claim*. f  And titrthnr tak*) notioo that notion,  undor section  37," must be commence  hnfnre tho liiHunuoe o. anoh Certllloateu  of Improvomonts. ,  Dated thiv 80th day of April A. D.  ivi*.  A. U. GREEN  Bonners FeTV will n ' 'elebratethe  Fourth of July this year. Arrangements are being made to take the local  .tribe of Kootenai Indians to Sand Point  to take part in the big three days celebration being arranged there and it is  possible that local people will respond  to Sand Point's invitation to join that  city in the celebration on the Fourth.���������,  Bonner's Ferry Herald.  Times are begining to brighten up in  British Columbia From all points "come  . ������������������-.-.���������   , ������������������������������������   ...   -.. ' .. ���������.��������� . ..   .--.   .- -  reports of largenumbers of laboijsrsbeing put to work on railway constrpction  in saw mills, in lumber camps and at  various other employment.; ThiB will  rid the cities of their idle popnlationp,  and these met^,will be creating payrolls  and putting money in circulation, instead of being burdens to the community.���������Phoenix Pioneer. '  We**have received a circular from an  individual at ''Victoria, B C. Canada"  who says "I am selling the new discovery of how to make hens lay on 9 egg  per day or guarantee each hen to lay  SOBopgsper yoar," and all for $1. For  various reasons we positively refuse to  encourage this ' 'new discovery" by investing $1 in it. The flrst of these  reasons is that we do not own hens that  oar neighbors have not an equal claim  upon. Secondly we would not oare o  hnvo our hens roam around with that  sad and subdued look whloh is often  seen In a family hit Ave times with  twins, twice with triplets and half a  dozen times with singles. Third, we  would wish to allow our hens at leas  one day In the week in whioh they  could oacklo undisturbed by the dally  routine of egg-laying. Fourth, wo believe the agont of the daily egg-laying  devioo ls a liar.���������Slocan Record.  mmmstm****.*  E. 0. Hunt government troo export  arrived on the morning train Wednesday bat only Btayod a day, returning  West on Thursday,s train.  Roy Stocks who oamo hopie  for  tho  holiday returned to Kootenay Business  College at Noleon on I'uosday.   ���������*>?.,.   W. Parker, a brother of Hobry Par-  kor, arrived this morning with a carload of effAntn from Albert**.. Ho will  occupy tho Bob FitaGorald plnco this  gammer The family will arrive Monday,  0m ���������i_w-ii.---._M.  When you want vour noxt job of  printing done, no matter what tho job  la, bring it to tho Reviow ottlco. Wo  punranti.*. a fh-ut-nlaHH jolt and onr  prices are right.  I^m\ mS>t*m  may mme  Anrj 1j* fnpm Mm  nnu iuu uiuuiii i uiiuiu  New Stock of Candies this  Week.  Loaves 15 for a $i.  Follow the Crowd  and   try  our Ice Cream.  We aim to please.  Limited  CRESTON  TSjf..  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  Dealers in  MEAT  Wholesale and Retail  \i  /*.   ���������JdiiiC,  Poultry j  and Oysters  ���������       o ���������  E. BARRACLOUGH  TWEHTYMAN  3nd Door From The Garage  Ail Repairs   Entrusted   to My Care  Will Receiver Prompt Attention  Workmanship  We have the goods, and  our nrices are reasonable  Guaranteed  UUTIUI.U,  DEEDO  _ _������-  for g&T*3L&a and farm oro b������st 1  for B.C.soil.Sec* Cat_alogtaff������ fbr |  solid. tfuaxtuKtoc-r of jxvuity i  and _t<ckr__aii_.ettiofX-_  Sond now for Copy froo  Sutton & Sons.Tho Kin������'s Soodmcn  . A. J. Woo dward  Victoria     *\      VQ-ncouv*-*  ������I5 Fort sr. 667.6r������nvlll������������K  SOLC AVCNTS rOR aftlTISN COUlMttlA  GET YOUR  GUY   LOWENBERG  O0N8DLTINO Engineer  CRESTON      -       -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  p n  Pluming; jiiHiiiig and  General Repair Work  vDone by^ J���������'������������������-���������:'  W. B. Embree  I    The satisfaction of work  well  done  I lingers long after the prioe Is forgotten  Massey -  IMPLEHENTS  Everything for the  Farm and Garden  Bean and Massey-Harris  Sprayers  Stickney   and  Massey-Harris  Gasoline  Engines.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  Remember we enrry  parts for  Everything  We  Handle  mam  >���������'  iilil__i_iMi_M^  ItWMiWIwww*-^^  i.tmmmi  WMmms������mmm������m  *__t___w_i--iiiww-i>iniiiii-Mii_*'9

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