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 Ail Uhmm Ih Has! and West kc&teJiS^ Lead id creston  ALL THg NewSg  _������ __..._ .*>__,__<_!'_���������������"������_- I  ui mc uivt.0_ v_ . ~  I    -SP1."!  H  JL  1  I    J  ������ar"  -a  I  I  JL  1 I  ^*   &      ^    r  i-c  I���������i  T  1  i  rv7  .r.v;?.'.r';'i?*-Sjr,sfj^?S5?^^S  is:  ii  |   **Jujji|ctSs  ^,m$2;QQ A  .��������� >- '-timtttim������M&ma  - ���������������������������..-.-.-.,..���������; ���������'V/.',i''.'.'ti:n*-������^>.rnr>>'^Mii  .    A.^;v:m^0^&^$^t  TO'A}0|  ~~~'-:FQm^  tMmm  i3i*rsrrrS_;-fefKsi  ',r-V.-,"*^i^n..".,^u>"?rf\K*a  No. x8, *$th Year.  creston:  Is     C  _. O TT". & ***-*  X* __V.������.__-_-__ JI ���������  XvIAY  S     19*4  Sinvle Copies Jc.  K7������&Kftl���������sa  ^'T^^rfsr-^M  Y'?Yir?r&@sf|  ^Y:^rvi5g^  \..' ���������'��������� i.i':."t'-|:.r-.'^>2il  Y^.rY-SS������l  f Creston Arranging for Annual Celebration, Victoria Day, ffiiday May JB  1������If% I     _������_'  iU Ut OBSEKVLEJ  The  meeting called for Wednesday evening  in cons' nection with tie celebration failed to materialize on  account  ���������gp j.  5,  nf _-_t-Ti_*������r m_������_������frlwo!e.  __   __ ��������� _. ^.������..������_,to_,.  As the time is limited we suggest that  the committees  v meet and perfect arrangements without waiting for a  public  meeting.  The following members were appointed finance com-  jimittee: -  8R. S. Bevan, S. A. Speers, D. Spiers, Rev. W. G.  _Blake, W.H.Crawford, W.V.Jackson, Geo. Heald, O.J.  Wigen, and R. Telford.  Reverends Blake, Carpenter and Bull were appoint,  ed as committee on children's sports.  The Sports Committee: D. Spiers, F. Callendar, W.  G. Blake, R. S. Bevan, and F. K. Hurry.  The Chairman Secretary and Treasurer were appointed as an advertising committee.  J. Hobden was elected Marshall.  in mm fob  11 INDUSTRY  Accordi-fJ. to a recent report  given  out by Fred Starkey, president of che  , associated Boards of Trade of Eastern  __   ~ -* r- ���������  P British OolutBlMa. -.~~ ���������- ~. - - _��������� -  The mineral production for the province from 1852 to 1913 inclusive shows  an aggregate value of $460,188,000.  The production of metals, coal and coke  in the Kootenay and Boundary districts of British Columbia, for the year  1913 amounted to the grand total of  $20,629,315.  It is pleasing to not that all these  properties, sucn as the Le Roi Oente  Star, Silver King, Molly Gibson, the  Sullivan and Ainsworth camp properties were practically considered from a  publio standpoint, more or less as played put mines. Today these properties  .are estimated to be more valuable than  ���������ever an large producers fpr years to  J, come. This has been baougbt about  ���������by capable and economical management.  The wonderful optimism reguarding  ^mining prevailing during 1912 aud 1018  |rin the Kootenay and Boundry districts,  .is, coQdent, going  to   be  thoroughly  , justified.   The standard min in (Slocan  only a few years ago was not tempting  ��������� enohgh to keep attached to It the men  *-who are how foremost in  tho.. owner-  ..hip.   The old timber the Silver King,  iis again to tho fore, giving employment  at tho piOBOnt tlmo to uomo 85   mon.  'Tho Slooiin Star, that has mndo  many  ������of lis original owners comfortable   for  acquire further properties with a view  to extending their holdings. In the  Bayocne district, owing to lacftr of  transportatoin facilities, no great extent of development, with the exception probably of tbe Spokane group,  has been carried on this winter.  Dan SpierB left Wednesday for a  business visit totheprairie-, be e__p*H!_e-  to be away for a week or ten days.  i**i������rA_r1  Ohas?" Wright, of Ku.skftnock,  from the East today.   He has bought a  carload of Jersey cows which will arrive  ��������� ���������>  tnafewdays.  The meeting of committees for the  celebration failed to "materialize so it'  Will be necessary for the chairmen to  get together and arrange for a meeting  at some future time.  ���������j*  NOTICE!  _a_  IT."  ib  The present Lessee,   Editor  and manager of  the Creston Review, A. B. 3. Stanley begs to state  that he has not been  responsibie  in any way for  Jj������    the sending out of notices  threatening  court pro-  _���������_.���������_  t/  ceaure ior  delinquent  S-Dscnoers.    -tie lias onlv  ____.  ____.  had to do with this paper since July ist 1913.  At the same time he would appreciate it if those (ft  who owe from that time would come in to see hitn -it  *Z    about the matter as it costs considerable to get out fly  \fy    the paper and money is scarce. f$\  _r_m  m0'.%  __*_*: __&__& ____��������� ���������*_���������������***_'  v5-15v!_&s_S"^r  IS. LEWIS VISITED  BY H0L0-0P liN  The Ohio Improved Cheater White  Boar, Burnside Champion 10061, for  service.   W. Levesque, Erioksou.       20  Guy S. Helphrey, Manager of Pend  d'Oreille Creamery Co., of Sand Point,  Idaho,, was in town interviewing our  stock ranchers Tuesday.  )  lllfi.,)iN, with development of newfound  roro bodlfSi likely to do the same for  ithe prenont owners.' The Molly Gib-  1 son, Kootenay Lako, another Intance  ���������of what proper mariaft^ment will do,  ���������Tho early owners of this pioperty wore  UpoxpoHo.icid mon'with lnsnttlclcnt  ��������� oapltil to develop ptoporly, const-  iipiMilly It wiiNso!dfor a smallamon-it.  'Today the old Mi.lly Gibson id con.  iHldeied 'one of? the I est silvot* loud  propjiti h in the country.  J*r .poi-ti.'u nroUi'd-Trout Lake and  t<ergiiHO?i, In tlu-r.;Lai*do, have b<>un  ���������.receiving dovt������!o,>nii*pt, hut nob lo tho  ���������oxtnii to |iio,ic.i[i.*i. imi.-roiit. It in a  ���������cane of luck of capital On thu tilocnu  lake tho gi������at pidi.n ring Stn utaiil, the >  Il-iWttt, Vancovcr, llum'iler  t'arlb o, >  . , . t /.11. , ,,  .        >.   . ��������� ...       1  .1/11.1   ������_l.������4, mix IXt 13  '*,!_   ->lll|   |.C.:>,    UUU   |<III!|>1>   I  wyo ninny others��������� being; tlevflopcd.'  Sluii.p di-oek dit.i,>i<:l. Uio Mol.lun- Lodo I  a.nd the Qneci. have proven very   pro- ���������  .IrnW*"     ������������������������������������#***��������� t*1ll<������'    *\\0i.      ttr.m.m,^'f,i. ti    ���������"IM.,*  ^.v.^*^*   **.i, *%*,j*t0.mM0m*iA    nmf, ^_.������*l,. *������      * ..  E. Barraclongh announces that he is  going to have the Bakery and foe  Cream Parlor put in shape again and  he solicits a continuance of the patronage which has been accorded him in  tbe past.  The band instilments bave arrived  and at the rate at which tbe boys are  piatizmg we will have music for the  holiday. The instruments were uu.  pnoked this afternoon ahd the air was  immedllately surcharged with waves  of syinphonlous vibrations that wonld  charm tho heart of Mexican, and that  is going some,  Tuesday morning word was received  that the Residence of Ike Lewis bad  been the scene of a hold-up. A man  appeared Sunday afternoon and asked  Mrs. Lewis if her husband was in.  She said be was not and tben the fellow 3aid he would wait. Mrs. Lewis  all unsuspicious told him that Mr.  Lewis was in town. Then he said is  tbat his boat, and is that the way he  will come." Being informed in the  affirmative he pulled a revolver and  demanded money. Mi's. Lewis, now  on her guard. blufirYd him out and  ga ve binrthe f6w cents-hr change-that  came first to her hand deciding to take  chance on his finding the rest or on  the advent of some neighbor while the  fellow made a search uf the house.  This he did thoroughly but without  any success. Tben before leaving he  helped hi ��������� self to some loaves of bread  and some toa and silently went even  as he had come. When Ike appeared  Monday Mrs Lewis told her story and  he at once went tro Sirdar where he  wired to Capt. Forrester but owing to  delay on the wire the message was not  delivered until Tuesday morning.  Forrester and Stanley Qwynne took  the noon freight back to Sirdar and  Lewis' place and made a thorough  search but failed to locate anyone  bearing the description of the hold-up.  The supposition is that he camo East  on Monday undiatinbed, and may now  be in some of the larger center, of the  prairies.  ��������� /     .    . .  FOR SALE-Young Yorkshire pigs,  for breeding purpose*. Well bred rroui  Agassis'. .Experimental Fnrm Stook.  Apply A  N, Oouliiiyl h. Or st 11. 17 18  FRIDAY MAY 15  CLEAN-UP nm  We are instructed by Health Officer  Dr. G. B. Henderson fo proclaim Friday May 15th as clean-up day for Creston. All kinds of rubbish, tin cans,  etc , whioh have accumulated during  the winter months must now be removed to the new dumping ground.  All waBte water and drainage must be  attended to and sanitary conditions enforced. This is the occasBion of all the  year when the citizens have an opportunity to eleau up the town and as it  ������������v v.������_������������������__������_._> ������___.-<_ _��������� jfv**x _u wuuiu Ob a  splendid thing to have it done thoroughly.      .    .     -    ,  Incidentally olean up the lot next adjoining you if the owner is not in town.  For further information as. to the  disposal of refuse call up or see Dr.  Hendeison. ?  Born���������On Monday May 4te to M*\  and Mrs. M. Benninger, a eon.  Buy your fishing tackle from Embree.  The trout climb out on the bank for the  bait he sells.  O. O. Rodgers left Thursday for Nelson on business. He will return tomorrow.  Next Tuesday evening May 12th will  be the regular meeting of the Board  of Trade.  Mr. Coffee, accountant for P. Burns  paid his Regular monthly visit to the  branch here tho first of the wook.  ES  CITY  -. At about 1.45 oa Monday morning Mrs. BarracloufyV  whose husband runs the City Bakery, was awrkened by a  crackling noise and immediately awoke her husband who  jumped out-of bed and rushed to ihe bake shop, a few feet  away. The sight that met his gaze as he pulled open the  tent flap made an impression upon him that he will not soon  forget. The interior of the bake shop was a mass of flames  and the only available water was inside  the   building.      He  made his wav in and threw th_������ twn nail������ nf matpi- An +!.*_   ������<-__7  but was forced to retreat, receiving burns and singes for his  bravery.  A few citizens had been awakened by the lusty cries o^  the children and in a very short time there was a small hose  run in from Bob .Reid's place which drove the fire back and  made it possible to connect up to the faucet in the bakery.  Then the town hose wa!s connected up and began to play on  the flames trom the front.  The fire had burned its way to the second storey and to  the space between the ceiling and the roof and it looked bad  for Jackson's store and the Creston Review.  By shutting off the draughts and concentrating the  water, at the of an hour's hard work itwas seen that the fire  was under control', to the great satisfactiou of all present.  The loss to both building and contents was considerable  4.*U__.,~**U      1 ������-,-.  wuujju wvcicu   uy iu&uraiice. ���������  It is very evident that the fire question is an  important  one and citizens should "get together and pf6cuse"some ^mbre "  adequate means of fighting fiire in tlfe future.      As a means  to reduce the-insurance rate it would be a   good  investuent.  ,���������:;���������-.;     ������i&e notes  Stanley Gwyhne says Fred Little  should have a-reservoir bf' warm-water  reserved in case of 'fire. Gbat Moiiti*-  tain dew in rather cold on a fellow who  tiimbles out in hi3 mghtei and has to  take ft buiit as lUi'Miemnu . 'But Tom  Crawford can tell just what it is like to  meet* the business end of a *'two-inoh  fire hose face to faoe.  Outs and bruises are order of the day  with some of the menbers of the Ores-  ton Fire Brigade.  We leai*n that several pf ov\v citizens  were awakened at about 2 a. m. by  whatappaeredtb"'them tohethesound  of a cow bell. Alas it was only the  city fire alarm sounding its din on the  quiet night air and reaching perhaps  three doors away.  . We ought to have a little more fire  fighting apparatus, say 500 feet of hose,  about a dozen more hydrants, some  firemen's axes, a hose cart, nud a few  grenades..  WWMMMMMMa '  . Dr. J, __. Henderson ot" the Social  Siuvloe League of tho Presbyterian  church, whoso hoadquartore are In  Vancouver oamo In on Tuendnys train  and stayed ovor *tn deliver an address  In the twining. The attimdnnoe. was  small bnt tho subject w'611. presented  and those proiwnt wore move than repaid for tut ning out,      " ���������'"���������   :  Goorgo Nichols is tho proud pouRoes-  cr of a iioiik chick* n whloh is now  two weeks old. This particular fowl  dli.playH great ambition to got along  In lln woil ... vviiiofifi the two additional I h;������ ���������* th which It Is equipped.  TheM_ pedal addenda Art* attached to  tho chickou'ii right side and while they  aro pon .cHHod of strength and grip do  not help their owner at all iu the problem of locomotion.  During the Himmr inon'hs the  members of Wild Roso Lodge, Knights  ot Pythias "will niie-t every second  Monday evonliip., Tho noxt meeting  will 1>6 hold on Monday May 17th,  whon the first drgroo vill bo put on.  A.Lindley of the Quality, left Tues-  day for a trip to tho pralrlo to'organisto  his market for tho coining season. Mr.  Llndloy Is happily the prossoBsor of a  vein of optimism which sees for tho  valley a great future, and for this non-  son a big incvoiiHo over tho buHint-. of  last.  The Auuuul liUHUieau Mooting oi lho  Canyon C ty Ladies' Aid was hBid on  Tuesday the 5tb inst. Tho bn.inwifl  was concerned chlofly wllh. tho election  of ofllooro, after which tho Vioo Prt'i.1-  d'-nt, Mrs Carfra, on behalf of the  memherf, proseutod Mr������. Knott with a  >iHvi>������- oii|ri..|.i.nWnt nnd ������Hv������������r hri.iid  tray In appreciation of litu* -.orvIuuH um  organist of the ohnroh.  dipt. A. S. FitzGerald left Wednesday for Fort, George where he expeots  to remain during the summer months.  G. .H. Playle of Nolson, passed  through town on the way to Fernie  Wednesday. Ho expects to return in  a few clays.  R. L. T. Gi.lbmitli, District Deputy  Grand Muster of tho Masonic order  paid the local lodge a visit Wednesday  eyoninS^at their regular session.  W. K. Brownhas installed in his Hhop  the vory Intost modol of horse stof*k do-  njgnod to hold tho moat irnaclblo animal  whllo having hla shoes attended to VV.  K, wants to got a ohnnoo at some of  those outlaws now.  ���������The C. O. S. of Cranhrook la Hollinp  Iron Bods with mattress aud spring for  $11.  Tbo Crcaton-ErlckQon Itlflo Asfioi'la-  Llou Ih trying to arrange for a  tournament for tho holiday May 25th,  Au invitation has hnuit sout to the  Cranbrook atii.uciatkm and it is under-  btoud tho ' will coiim, Tho uow rifios  are not hero yot but arc expected noon  and in tho meantime the practices will  bo cai-ried out with thu gui.ti no.v on  band.  FOR HALM-A mnro about MOO lbs.  alio young pig" a months old.   Apply |    '-������. ���������������>. ������., oiWX*. A*itut* uuAA.uinJoa  JOtU* UAUFltA, Canyon City, w. o, ���������oo-ufc'iiittATlVW ttTOHhitt.  WOMRN TO TAKK   ACTIVE   PART IN ULSTER'S-  REVOLUTION  I  This photograph shows women bolng tangnt how to uso tho -olograph In*  NirumeutN ut Ulster Hall, iiolfuHt whioh iu being used as tht. hoadiiuarters of th*  Antt-Homo Hulors,  r_>lii_iiifil_.i_itiiiT_iti_i__i_Ti__iifi_iiiiWM  MlllHlliilil^ '���������.'^^V'?^'^*^?^^?'-^.?',*^  THE   CRESTv^i**    niilVlEV.,    v/zv^STGiS,    S. C  PIV'l,."!/..  iimt..  <l ���������  _2    -' '_*  A  )*;?..  ... .'-���������"������������������;���������.������������������>������������������-: !'r.-.i;w..B;i; .-St.  MMm_m^^   ���������:. ??^f  ���������    * .3  ������. r  I  \/   I  Renewal of  scnption \kj  * ���������_  ';*_  B"^S?������  ^ena ine raoer lo i  _-_._.  1    ^       ��������� "I  H .    __-__������__-       .0->x.    _<>o_        _<���������<k_3      ^���������Tfc  rnenus  and  harnma  IL/V-'V/V/ll. 1  ������1  mA.  nnQfpr  ~     ~ ~     " " ,"**W A  J___-^ \_>^ V^ **-^ 1^  nf  icfrirf  1        "*%   ������       I        ^   %x      ���������   B  A.'  Km^S      \ts^  JL JL   ^m*<^1m*/  SJ-K-  wmmmmmmmm^  Tke Creston ^evielto  Published every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  showing    unmistakable    evidence of his unvarying regard  Times.  The Review ia the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir _ . .. 1  culating In nearly one thousand homes throughout the Creston district and j tor Canada and tier people.  _.6uuulug out la a broad manner into ctber ccmrr.um:i*js. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary x. iters' Board of Trade.  LandpurohaBe and land lease notices, %7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $! per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 6 oentB per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a yenr in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief aud  signed.  A. B, 8. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  55=  mmmml^mmmmmmmmmm  Duke of Argyll   would  have  conditions which   are incident  been a frequent visitor to this I to the  opening   up   of   settle-  side   of the   Atlantic, but  helmentina   new  country,  and,;  did the   next- best   thing   in I therefore, cannot be compared  as regards school attendance  with older provinces of Canada, where conditions are  stable, but that they have not  been remiss in   their  duty in  ���������' #-  providing means of education  for the multitudes which.flock  to their cities ane  spread over j  the plains in an  ever increas  Sir James Whitney's restoration to comparative good  health is followed by indications of an early election in  Ontario, Sir James is so  strongly entrenched in the  confidence and respect of the  eiectorare that a renewed  lease of power is legarded as  foregone conclusion.���������Province.  Canada has lost a good  friend in the death of the  Duke of Argyll, who as the  Marquis of Lome served  with marked success as Governor-General of the Dominion from 187a to 1883. Although luster was added to  his term of office by the fact  that his gracious consort was  the daughter of the Great  Queen, his  own qualities  of  ���������m*-* * tl *"!     0ft* A       W������x0*Yt-        T������.*_t**-     ..Holl     ���������*������_.  XXXXXX^m    ������_������____       .....^r.   _ .���������>_.- W     ....������_.������������     ....  to win the confidence uud  esteem of the Canadian people  ortt* rtv*\r*  h.������. nffiri*.!   n������������or.n-  tion with   their  country long  to be   pleasantly remembered.  The Duke's   friendly interest in  the  Dominion   did not  cesae with   the  expiration  of  his period of service  as  the  representative  of thc crown.  Up to  the time of his  death  he continued to associate himself actively   with   every  important  movement   at  home  tending  to promote   the wel  fare of the   Dominion   aud to  strengthen   the   bond   which  unites her   with the   Motherland.    His   presence    always  graces thc gatherings in London    which     commemorated  Canada's   natal   day  and his  addresses   on those  occasions  showed that he   continued   to  follow very closely thc course  of the country's   development  along every line.   Undoubtedly but for thc rule which prohibits Governors-General  from returning to the Dominion in which they served, the  School attendance in Canada is set forth in a statistical  work just published by the  census branch an I based upon  the   last    census.    The total  c_j  -'$'  m  ������B"  .-$  W  __>  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables ������  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand   jg  TEAM   SLEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and Cutters  ������  0-\0mx * ���������_���������     ���������*-.���������-_-trv    r* a *r -*-*������  m0\Jjt\Lf   FKJXm   v_._MJLf.__.  H. S. McOeath, Prop.  Phone 56 Sirdar Avenue Box 14  &  iu operation on an average  two new schools per week  each year since 1906; Saskatchewan about five aud Alberta  about three per week.���������Vancouver Sun.  Church   Notices  ing  volume is   evidenced  by  population   between   the ages 1.     ,    ..   i ,������.     .   ,    . .  r  l to     Ithe fact that Manitoba has put  of 6 and 20 years was 2,141,9  09, of which number 1,124,800  were attending school in 1910.  Thc percentage is 52.51. Of  the tolal 991,534 were Canadians, 58,115 British aud-75,  151 foreign born. In the  Eastern provinces the highest  percentage of attendance between 7 and 14 years wa. iu  Piince Edward Island, with  84.60 per cent, closely followed by Ontario with 84.27;  Nova Sotia, 82.86; Quebec,  80.96 and New "Brunswick,  So 05. In the West, British.  Columbia led with 75.33 per  cent; Manitoba second with  7/-,6/j; Saskatchewan, 66.71;  and Alberta, 62.83.  Referring more particularly to the West, the bulletin  says:The Western provinces  being tlie mccca of thc iiumi  grant and the bachelor homesteader   .from     the    Eastern  m-ftiiii-ioni'     1������ t. ���������* <-*���������       tr.     f'w*<>    tlio  MW.moi.UHT CHURCH  Publio Worship, 10;������0 nnd 7 .110 P. Ml..  -vin'luy School and Adult Bible Clntis  11:1.0 A.M.  Como und you will bo mado welcome  Fred L. Carpo ntor  v - PuhIoi-  (JMtlOHIlVTHIMAN   (MlUltOII  :   Sorvinu i-vin-y Sunday at. 11:15 11. in.  n.iul V.'M p. in. ���������'������������������.,' "  Sabbath School nnd Adult. Biblo CUihh  nt UhHOii. m. ���������  ��������� ������   '  t W. (-1, II1..VK10  Miuli-lei'.  5S >BfT_. (P^ W*  abm maw.y������s������-ti u\ -:  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  in.iui nm 1.J ii'-ij-ii -* i*-i ^"~ - -" '"'I  "I---J���������--������������������������������������������r-r���������������������������m.���������-_.^_���������._y.    ,-..���������. ,   ���������.���������*. ,..-.-1..,._  CalBoininiiig-.Ptintui{, P.ipar-hitiafinj;     Carriage audi   p .li.i-ij;  Lot 1110 givti you uuviue aiiu estimates on y**>iu* -work.  an teed to givo satitif action.  All work guar  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY E}Y GETTING MY ESTIMATES  BB!-  ���������-1LT! _������������������'__. ���������_���������,���������  __u!_.i__m  Bring in Your Renewal of  Subscription to the  REVIEW  CATHOLIC CllUltCII  .Muhh ki::io  l-i-m-dii-loiii *.i:!il>  .l..t-ry ilist Sunday   ol' I lu  .1.,. m Lil.  FiiIIkii- .lolin (). M. I.  Htiiidav'Snhool nvorv Mumlav iili2;M0|  s  llitrdy NorfcliornKrown atoolc Of load  tn������ varietlou propognted from tho Ii. M.  KKIVLOC..", Htraln   of podlKi'Cio, pluntfi.  IVJoi! per  thoumiml   pliuitH   $7.50.  Pm*  lmndrod, plimlt. sjH.^n.    Catiih>������nn HOnt.  l/ll   ln|ilr..l,  '   MONRAD WIC.EN  * *   _l   ���������*���������**���������������'**���������*'"������������������*     -'���������' ���������*     'V-  ������  ������i������!_j_j_fff_iuai_..'itf_-i_iJ-_t^  FOR SALE, BABY CHICKS  8. C White Loghornsv.....$20. per 100  K. G. WhiteLpghoriiH,..'.....^28.por, 100  8., C. Auoouub ..,..,..;',... ;;$as. per 100  Barrnd Rooks ..,������... 42j6. per InO  Whito Wyautlottou .,$25, per \(.Q  ������. C. RhodeiHlaudftedM?,-.$27. pt*r'i00  It. C. RhodelHlahdttedh...?il2f7por 100  Huff OrpliiKtonHt;.'. J;;.. i.. .*27 per 100  Cauanpply In ,25, 60,-..SB;:>.������nd.rlpOdoiii.  2oI,h, extra oaoh 09 orderHOfi-B.  Bookordoi-B oftrjly. Alpo ft. 0? V/hlto  LoRhorn hatolilnpf ������|?������h,     '  Pon No.l headed by Chllllwaok Boy  WM per 18.  Pen No.2 horded hy Oranbrook Boy  |a.0O per 1H. t (. .     ,  Partrldf*o   Wyandotten   I oadod    by  Piovlnoml Boy $5 0ft per  Ul.  WiiinlnjjfHifor 1..I1' ��������� 17  ������*-.-H-d",   nnd  81   iilibuiiH,  E. H. SLATER  tut *. \tmtr*r\rr  ,'' ___!______  .-_.._ i. .i_._.-.,i_������_J'_i__t.^.'_.i:ut.wi,i������s_____teJ___at_  rjuSuTSSTwi**.  ;w''������ag ..���������l'*gf,i.ilLJHM.'������"l*'l|*W1'  u .-i_������������������i������w _������*������___,.... rnjulmu,  _S=SS5_������S_S������-_&  >tt^MlP>*Mi|*������������W!_______^  ., ....^.,.-..... -. .������������������������,. yF-WL.lH  rnimUm^fStti  _*-"^*. 11 ���������������'���������-��������� ....p.^y-i  ____���������-.������ *  -. __������������V_,1__'  ������_*������������___IK_) J_ \_������ **. 9  W3.  ������-.. r_>j^w-.*!--:._. ,   ' '���������-"rrr;^??1'5553ss  *r     r!**rt.ri;  ���������-  v  GROWING OLP-    r>  ^ little more, tired 6fc close of.day; *  1_ little less anxious to have,our  way;  i.hf_in i**HH ready >t<t> acold ftUil' b5tt.l_riej  little more care for a brother's jtiame;  jind so we .are nearing'the journoy's  end -  Inhere time and   eternity meet and  j, blend.' '  little less care for ���������bonds and gold;  little more zest in the days of old;  Broader view and a-saner mind,  find a little more love for all mankind;  little more careful of what \ve say,  nd ho we are faring a du Wu the wtty.  little more love for the friends of  **    youth;     - . _  v little ies3 zeal for established truth ;  _  |V little more charity in our views;   - -  [V little less thirst for the daily news;  nd so we are folding our tents away  ,nd passing in silence at close of d*vy-  by iituie mors leisure to sit and dream  l\. little more real the'things unseen;  I? little bit nearer to those ahead,  KVieh visions of those iong-ioved and  |     dead;  S_nd so we aro going where all must go,  |'o tho plaoa the living may never  know. OB  little more  laughter, a little more  tears,  d we shall have told o\xv increasing  yeara*;  lie book is closed, and the prayers are  said,  ,d we   are a part   of  the  countless  dead,  ���������'hrice happy,  then,  if some soul can  say: <  "I live becausohe has passed my way."  ���������New York Times.  l'H&"O^AJ������EBJS RULES'  The following three rules artf said to  A***yt- uweiir-givoi* ������>j ������,___c_.__ v^i������t-i-.or ������.������*  Senator Scott, of West Virginia, when  he was.a younrgman. In following  them the senator claims to have made  his success iu life:���������  Not what thee eats hut' what fchee  digests will make thee healthy.  ji. lUgt what thee earns,  but what thee  saves, will mako thee wealthy.  ' Not what thee reads, but what thee  remembers, will make thee wise.  These rules leave out a good many  things; but though simple, are full of  wisdom and sense The * man who has  agood stomach, a good memory, and  n  Kanlr nfnr,\*nt   i\nixr no art fa n crnnrl nfiin.  v.   ���������-������������,_���������__ _.-..*-.���������������������_-.;    -_-������_-^    __^ ������������������..-���������.- ~v ,������_.^_������   _>v__  . r  science and a high purp'ose to "make  life worth living.  riT-TBTTT "ST"-*'.*   ^*r%Y-/a .-^T  I   S~i "Sla'  ''l__!/i_������l__JW  mmWsm      mm*Mmm s0mmw ���������tt_������������������99 ^QStim*^ mSSt   UH_S**0to      V  JT     **_    *__���������  a bi /a \%\.  Jmm*<M.4L Jm.Jm ���������*��������� ���������  ���������. <*.-$������*.*  Z'    t      **.  l\ 1^ *%.  *m akm-Jm. *   ���������___.___���������  When,Vou want vour next job of  printing done, Bomatter what tho job  is, bring it to the Review office. We  guarantee a.rfirst-class job* and ^ohr  prices ai*e right.    , ���������-   "-*.. m  SYNOPSIS OF COAIi MINIG - REGIT-  LATIO_TS  __���������"���������_ try  -H.__5,_W_ .  rt An /a-it. mrtryarmi vmm  '   /*���������������-    Tmmt?   JLT JL J.7JSL  _B___.   ���������___/*"__. ^/ Jmmmt  sis F������MO__T_ ,W.___LKER,C_V.0.5LL.D_sD.CJU President  A2_BXANjDER LAIRD. General Manager ' JOHN AIRD. Ass't General Manager  CAPITAL, Slo.uOU.aoa     RESERVE FilN0; $13,5uus000  JIANKING  BY  MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank  of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same  Careful attention as i������ given to an other departments of the Bank's  business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as  satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. S24  The Review  has a complete stock of  }iap er on' hand and is always in readi-  less  to do  your printing  for you  on  iihort notice.  j In. "the��������� SjattLijffit  - **C .  Oil t^Ta^T_fTfeisoie__rtl>������ spjrf  light ja on t������s tmflcvrho jrfvertises.  Our Oass-fied Want Ads wOl  place yew er your Hceds?iart_^.lime  light ������f puhSc sGten_icKu 1  [   If you fa** not ttie^^ntw.tktr |  illuminatiajf power.wtft mvipth^yovu,  n������i*mimwm*t ���������,__���������������������!_,  JfOU*.   I  _____���������_���������__..  uobi mining _*_gu.t. ox ine jjumiuioii,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories aud iu a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an aero. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for s I?**s* jmnsfc be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub'Agent of the distriot in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land rmuBt  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in uusurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee 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 of five cents per tou.  The person-operating the mine shall  furnish tha Agent with svom returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pav the royalty thereon.- If the coal mining rights  are not being operated, suoh returns  should be furnished at least ouce a rear  J The lease" will include the ooal' jn in -  ing rights only," but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available eurface rights may be considered  necessary for' the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an aore.   *  Por full informaetioo application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  3ST. B.���������Unauthorized publication pf  this advertisement will not he paid for.  -30690.  WATER KE  Application for Iiioence tc take aud  use Water v?i!l be made under th*.  '���������Water Act" of British' Columbia, as  follows:���������  1. The name of the appiicanis ate,  Wm. H. Reed and Wm. Mather.  U. The address of the applicants is  Creston.  8. Tbe 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  the stream on che south slue, about  five hundred feet from tfao C P.^.  track.  5. The purpose for which the water  will he used is irrigation  6. The land on which the water is to  be used is described as follows:���������  I _  g ������Qgj    i in ilia  _������������������_-____ <__������_/  ___^������^fi^/l ^  ������_.#n<rAt.1* jffi*Nj-a*jrfc������a*fO  _.'/s*s***snHSff  , LmysrtssxssamBr  tiF-ifmjwmm  ' .*     ������������������^..cai  THE   HOME  THE  "iftiftftMif * oven es years-  __i_____'^������������sr_<. EX PER 8 gNCS  Trade Marks  Designs  !=*���������������.*_  .    Copyrights &c.  Anyone oSudltns s. shetsb a*>d dfiaoriDtlon may  qnioici? ascertaia our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably vatentable. Oomrnunlca-  ttona strict^ conOdeutlcJ. HAHQBOGK on Patents  sent free. Oldest acencyvfor seuurliigpatenta.  special notice, witnoa. cnarge, ia the  ^d^ntifie Tlttt^rieati.  %r ���������CB vvrvw ��������� M-v     _.    ������_5BS***M"  a****SB������  tx handsomely Jllturttuted weeWy. Largest circulation of any Bclentiflo journal. Terms for  Canada, $3.75-a year, tostage prepaM. Sola by  Ul newsdealer*.  MN &Co^B~air, Hewjcirk  Branob Office, 626 V SU WtwlUr-^to*:. _>. C.  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR HOTEL IN  THE   KOOTENAYS  JLVU.XJ.  on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled seryice in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies.    Kvery  comfort  mm. _���������__��������� J *m JUJU n ������**, 4>-* *** mmm       ^%#-������w^������^������       4-���������.*������������������ r*f m, m ^x. mm L r+  ajuu.   sa,1.1.<=_ji__<_������__. givcu  iv   gilcSiS  The bar   is s upplied with  I    only the- best brand of goods.  .|     __   Porters Meet Trains  Wm A HER&N,  MANAOBR  g.l_____j_MMl___ll������_y^i|MB__i  *_-.  ������������������������ Creston Valley Investment Co*  ^j  .    .       Real Estate and Insurance  King George Hoiei Block,   4th.  Street,    CRESTON,  B. C.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  /*H__  A*\J VV  l\*o.  * x-_\-  frt  Creston   Land,  /-111 J rC ��������� 1  _r*������f     \\t* <__r  before   the  rush   lo  ~1 _^  and   purchase  the  _r~������_  Block 1.6K.V. Lands,  Block I29A, K.  NOTICE OF CANCKLLA-  V. Lands, the north 18.35 acres of ioc  8645 GI Kootenay  m 7. The quantity of water applied for  is as follows:��������� one half cubic feet per  4_>  second.  8. This  notice   was   posted on   the  ground on the sixth day of April, 1914.  9. A copy of this notice .and au ap-  nlication  Dursuant   thereto   and to the  TION OF kKSKRVE;  Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice of whioh appeared in the B. C  Gazette on October, 10,1913, is cancelled in so far as it relates to the following  expired timber licenses:���������  4481,9082, 11347,21907, 22661, 23116,  24482. 26737. 26926. 28183. 30358. 31180.  requirements of the ."Water Act-' will ' 31184, 31185, 81201, 31380. 31481, 32022,  be filed in the othce of the Water Re- 89711 83411, 33469, 83460; 34221, 34278,  corderat .Nelson. Objections may be 34310, 36502, 37580, 37993, 87994.' 41344,  filed with the said Water Recorder, or 41426 and 48176.  Wl-U I.UB -V>ui_ipi_o__c_ Ul     -V iHei J.vig__iB, a. a. XliOllW-CKT,  Parliament Building, Victoria, B. C. Deputy Minister ot Land.  Wui. H. R������e_d,  W. Mather,  (Applicants)  "miiiutiriui hi'dijii yiinv  ���������1  which is rapidly coming to the front  and proving  to  he  the   Banner  District   of  British   Columbia.  We "have  listed" for sale  Choice  Lots  BUSINESS AND   RESIDENTIAL ������  Improved   Ranches,   and   partly  improved   from  10   to   20   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  0ns*  CRESTON VALLEY INVESTMENT CO  I  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  Harness  Renalrinu  A^PEOIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  ���������*%  boots and snoes.  'ffimmWrnxW,  The Barrels >  and Hug$ of J������S*������ _  ?sieyEN5v'p,v.  Double and Sing.������ Sarrofl  ISHLOTCSIUNS ���������* ���������?;������������������������*?���������**'������������������������'������[*���������������'���������������'������  F* B ���������"v 7 rl - T **��������� _#t on* piac*. W������d������ of  ���������pecWIy Mlo-lwt rteel Jy'���������������������0M0af wh������r*  other gun������ ������r������ jOr sHlMMX. Comp������r������  ��������� STEVEN, with trunt   y^Jf ������t ������ny wham  9rlc������������ndnole.  rflUAUtV throughout.  5 Box  36  Creston,   B. C. *   J   '\^V2S/\Sy\33^'*2P'^-_P'*a!^XIC'^^^  rpsdrsn    Hlotel  _____   VVJTVV/ __*_.____. mMm __-__>_''   V-^x-JL  Y  /OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  nien will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a hiianrier up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  j* B. Moran  Prop.  m  Our Shotgun  GaUlo? ihowa tha  *������main Una ot Stavana U������fioat������ni���������DnubUi���������8ln.  ski. K you cannot obtain STGVCN3 from, your  <l.a1.r*-kt ui Nov.. and via will -hip dlraet, ax-,.1  'proas iir.imlj. utioi* t������c������lpt of Catalogc Prioe..  I. STEVENS ARMS  & TOOL COMPANY  CO. Box BOOB,  CHICOPU rALU. MASS.  _______  _______   ___________  _____________   ___���������_���������_____   -__aa_______*   _____���������_____. _____________   itiS*t1s\Wa* _________% *   a  m^mmm** mmMtmm* mm*mmm> 0msm^gm ���������^mm\\\mm -iuiit 0m^m������\mmW *^~m\mW ^^mmmmm* ^*mmjM m ���������  '^0ti-^0y00ti^.^T^.^-^.^ti^^  ���������JIM WRAY SIONS TO COACH HARVARD CREWS  FOR  THUB.E MORti���������'YEARS  mmmmmmmm*mi^mmt0mmm^mm**0**m'  Tho BlgnitiR up of Jim Wruy lor anot iior Ioiik period Horvoa to hihif* out  tho rooogni'/'diidmifiHioii that, tiho mdvorHitleN do not doom it, advi������abIo to pfirt  ���������with pr.������ro������doni,l 0 mohlnjr. I_aloly a-hue and ory b������H becw nviwduy lho 'voform  orn'about fcl.o unnmatnornoHR ol' hiring a prore������ftfloiml to tunoh'Hlmon-puro*  ������oUi'Kb nrlilotuA and .'iro.-ts havo in'oii made >.o havo HUDlod Rvadnn'o nthlqtf 0  ���������t.iko tho placo of iho pTofmrnimiai ������ioui'ii. V������hi imi... _���������������_������>-������ out ������.h<- niiJ������������._i._i in fust- j  bull, a mil titn\������,'t\i\v'xit, bor impiTMu.ii> in iho nthltMln lino, cannot bo -mid to havo ;  inndo 11 huooo-H ot it. Tlio i*i������l urn ulov.- HhowH thu vt Usrau Au-t'uliiu- rosvlng  ������onuh Jim Wray, wh<i him loon tuinb ������ out'vlnnliiR-f*ro*vfl 'w H.ivviird ITni.oi- 1  .      . ...... ���������.,-.    ������.....'    1.. ,* ,\..,.r.A ,1    .������..������.������������������> nnt      rxilHnr' for Xl\f>  ttH>   ������M������  i������������w *������������nv    ni-.   J*>"    ���������  '          0 ' -.-��������������������������� ��������� ���������" I  ���������|*D|,'VtO**lill.h _>������<���������'* "i uau *u- uiiuwiut  '.-  -.w- ^ ���������-. _'*.  to  Swlmmlno Against  =tIig Stroant  !��������� Ilk* try Inn to ������o m ���������uaoetaful  ttuslnaa-i without adytr-tlMling.  And It I* M������t itxi-auialv* tm nam  daalrabla publicity lay th* uau of  orlr.ta-.rft- Ink. Our Claaal.lad  Want Ada. e������-������t llttlw and ara  raad Hy naaNy avaryona.  Try .ham a,n ��������� ayatam tanlo  0mm um������,i.'I* .������_i|_.������i_i������  WM  J^������ 0mtm������ s, 100 m 00 * 000 a 001 m 00 * $00 a 00 ��������� 00 a 0r  ���������  k   s fZaap* *m^^ti*p' mmmmw? 4mma0 4___K_*** 4B___r* 4____^ '^___n^ ^j^^ i^Qgyr *49iBt^  ff^'SmT-***.' >c:*->s. ��������� *5_r-������r; ^r* *sp *������B������r������ **������*������ ���������  I Send Your  ii/ We Are Specially Equipped To Do  iii ��������� ���������.'". .All-.Kinds of-       J    v  to  to  to  tit m   ������������������ u  I Job Priming  to  to  ��������� * ���������  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  CRESTON REVIEW   I  . v. a. . . ..        _ .      .... *...,.      v__       ������>_.     n*__    ���������*������_  . s������_*. ^a_> . ���������������_. . ������������������������_ , *���������_*   __IJn_r *  ^���������^���������^s_a_fe__R_^__s^*^i-������?������i.--__   r-s^s r*-_sr_Br_Br_������f_Br_sraBi__;i--  Bring in Your Order, to the  7-v#5.  Hi  ���������iiiaasii  iliMitiaffrfiTf  21__.^_2______  mimmimlmeim<m0mmmm^mm,f^:^^r^j.  -__���������  _������aiBiaaii.ui-'ii7ii-������ii^8i!iiiiiiiin;������iiiii  H____i  *_____��������� _____aa  ������i_l_l__l_________i__i  MI������lM_.������r-^^-^_^Ml__.^)r^-TM|a^..r|te^ -*_r     ..,f..J^jr3ryT*t"'.wr.s  :v:7 7.:},r^^YY  ��������� ������������������-.' .1    ��������� ' *,* v'* .���������������������������.'":���������*"!-I'.*'*'������������������''���������''  '-7'- -..'���������-���������' , r^jr?. .���������',?Y'?.-' :*���������' <���������  ;/^X*^^i^l'-T:!_  -9  ^^���������^Vl"^.'-;:^''^^  ^fr1^''.****^^^  ..-l;-������LJE3s      VfJSigS-Jfc.^rVV.::;;.:*!*^  __���������,_-���������-_ ��������� li      r _������������������__���������, i    t-iia.aa ____f-_a__ri_��������� i*i   lai   n n_______i ������������������������ __a - j-j -',;,- ifft^-jaM-llTll^^^  *.;.j'*tl*m>m^'mmmkU'm^n^*^m+0l4^������m^���������_l_-_t_^_.^������-J__-_:1' ? . v,-.    , n rt-.i.���������   1 ,*i j.'.��������� I.-* _ J>) I  w^iyt-Mniff >Zx> Axcres  \XJ\4*-Vt*S X'\S.  *RKS,  n   f  ��������� "isissss  ���������IWIl.gJ__l__aiJL PGmm'mi)mm'&&  _f _rf_C,__ft������3>   Gh&i*riem  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  **We can hold your trade."  Established I OOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  __.. ������._._^._.__ __.__ Minister of Agriculture  ALL STOCK.DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CAT A LO CUE PRICES  DUCK GREEK H  [For Catalogue and Price list, write to-.  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  i he  a  0m0?km\Sg &   mmfJ*\%0S   \*&li UU&  Limited  f r\  \****KS*  I  Go   Down The  Street  Wearing  .   miam b__f _f _^__ ���������*_-*"������ _r  f_fW ri M* B ���������#  Ask us to   show  you the   new Spring   and   Summer  styles of  "The Best Good Shoe"  Made by G. A. Slater Co.  Men's in Button and Lace, iu Tans,  Patents,   Gun   Metal   and  Velour Calf.  Women's in Patent, Velour Calf, Tan  and   Willow   Calf    in   Lace    and   Buttoned.  We handle shoes made by the most  reliable firms only and guarantee all shoes  to  be   made  of   solid   leather.  Children's shoes solid, comfortable aud  low   priced.  We  can   fit  all    kiuds of   feet.  I  The  rcan  Li m ited  ^.>*r-'.r<������--.^TC������C*^Vai_;.W?-i'*X'*������i  !  :  FRUIT TREES  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  ���������Al.a_.v--t Social ahd'Dance will be  held under the auspices of the Duck  Creek Socinl Olub'on Saturday MayOth  at 8:<50 p ni. Mr. P-ml Hagen has very  ���������kindly given the use' of his hall for the  occn_.io!i. The bankets.-will be sold by  public auction commencing at 11:30 p.  in, .uul the highest bidder takes the  basket. Mr. Harry Bathie will act as  auctioneer nnd every one may depend  on a. square deal from * Harry as he  asserts be will mink'"* sure thai*every  basket is alright before he lets it go.  Mrs. BarthoJeni 110 who has bi.cn  speudinp a few days at tho .1. Johnson  ranch returned'to Kelson on Soinlay.  Mrs. A. E. We'll*, Tom Quai.c, E.  Butteifield, Jimmy Thompson, W. C.  Cooler, and? Petev Andestad were  among the Duck Creek callers to On-*-  ton on Saturday.  Miss Annie Johnson returned to t���������cop-  ton Smi-i-lny oft.-v a couple of il-iys  spent at hex* home hero.  Mrs nnd Miss li Smith. Mi**., und  Miss Churchill, Ronald Smith -uul  Bertha Pease spent Sunday at Duel.  Creek. '  Mv. Huscroft was iu Duck Creek ou  ���������Suuday .tfcornoos ia. hi-s autotr.obilo.  \ He .vas accmnpanted by bis wife, John,  iiirl Ciins. 1,1'n.scvoft' aud .Billy "Long.  Mr. l-ichards, a mining engineer from  NtMH-m arrived, iu Duel. Creek Moiub.y.  Ho was sent to 1 *ok over some mine  properly here. He returned to Nelson  on the afternoon train taking some  siuupl's with him.  l'-in*. Of tier was in the sick list the  ed a slight injury while workiug on the  road at'Sirdar.  Peter Andestad left on Tuesday  morning's tr;;in  for Cranhrook.  Some of onr local sports have found a  ut-w b.-iir iir trout fishing. They say n-  silver spov<u is a sure winner, gets theui  every time audi guess they should  know. \  The Misses Olga; Wigen, Florence  Bathie, aird Amy Johnson spent Tuesday afternoon in Creston.  Monrad Wigeu and John Bat-hie left  on Thursday afternoon for Nelson.  J? J. Grady was ������������������. Ores'on caller  Tuesday.  .T.J.Grady has just completed setting out nn or*hard'of 1 s100 trees.���������'.������������������Mr.  Grady certainly has the go ahead spirit  in him, we hope be will bo successful  with his trees. ���������     .    ���������  The tennis court is* now finished and  has beeu ln use since Sunday Everybody is charmed with tbe game, and it  will not, bo long before we shall have  se.iuc- first- class players. We should  like to sec some of our neighbors take  more interest in the game with a view  to holding matches  Don't forget the basket social on Saturday, Mny Oth.  __&������������, .t    *0       m\  ������������������__. "WW J-  the next week:  onaps  w������_r=_  \S3   _*i������?_? ' ' tf1"   ontf ror  Men's White Flannel Pants going at a Bargain  S.o.nie Men's Summer Suits doing BeSow Cost  Men's Summer Coats Going Cheap  Watch Our Grocery Window for Snaps  Not  Mentioned Above  !������-;.._______--____.���������- '������������������*>������-_ -MUM.!  Lancaster & Co.  General  MERCHANT  aiiCF  _n_*_i v R-  Miwiiiu  f_rwQ  .*.*������. *��������������������� **_������  ������  ^  4fy  5?  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 ���������    ._                          ^S*  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut. T  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C ������  f&>  J. D. SPIERS  _ LIVERY AND TRANSFER _  Phone 85  ��������� Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the  freight.    C  C S.  1.1. H. and C. M. Ovovoekor, of Coaling... Cal. have been in town foi- a few  days Ibis wi-ok. Thoy are looking for  1 small farm and if tbey enn Iind what  tbey want will probably   locale   hero.  Now is the time to have your  PIANO   TUNED "  l.xpoit Toning (-u.u-anloi-d by  J. A. P. Crompton  Kinploy youi- own townsman  All kimlH of repair-, to Pianos and  Organs al   IowohI,  prieo  oonsiKlcnl,  with  GOOD WOl _KIM ANSI III*  And Ice Cream Parlors  X Wood for Sale  I beg tt*. mmomice that 1  intend I > have thc lec Cream  Parlors and H.iUerj' fixed as  soon as possible and hope lo  lnr'e your patron j-e in tlie  future as in the ptst hy !*,up-  ; plying a fust c-ass article.  IC. nARRACLOUt.H  Mrs. Wm r...vtb<--lom'Hv formerly of  thi . ���������...*������������������<��������� !>ot iriiw livimrat. IN el son was  bore'hist we. k r-mcw'ii'if; iioqiiaintiuiors.  J.-i-k Smi'li is eleaviiiK land for .1. .1.  -trudy of Diu-kC.'reek.  Thomas and lOdwavd lUitterfield wero  visiting at Psrase"-; Earn*Is w! en a heavy  ruin Cans- d-them to st.Sp over night.  Fratik Martin of . Eiiekson was an  Alit-e Siding culler Sunday.  Tho Mothers Meeting !>, ni full swing  nt the home if Mrs Slewort at the*time  of writing (WYdnoYhiy). ,.'  The Dis-trit-t (-lame Warden Mr. Bed-  ���������ford bns taken up bio al-ode at, Bartholomew's. I-.UK'h.  ,1'ohn Johnson is stopping at. Pease's  aud is working on tho Gov't road.  Mrs. Mathews returned from Calgary  Tuesday. Sho says Creston is the only  green spot she has s'-c-n this spring.  Ores ton is good enough for bor.  -  Tlm first? carload of pedigree Jersey (  stock \yitl 'arrive "about Wednesday or  Thu^i^y lifixt. this is   the   Stock that  _r������Hf-IC    .t_  1-_-*i**-������-m<~t. {Vi^*   mm*%       *���������-.*_-.     f\  011no">%3w"M_n5*?**-it  .a W������--vUi<_ ������.������*%  ario.   If you are in the   iield  for good  stock you should see Charley who will  Lot. ns   do   your    pun ting   for   you  Prices right and sati. faction gnavauteed  Thc Creston. Review.  IE!  I.have'. authorized Laucas-  !_?���������& C:>. to issue receipts for  all-monies paid ou accounts  due me.  S. A. SPEERS  Services for Christ Church of England for Sunday May I Oth are as follows: Creston, lOriiOa.m. Morning  Prayer only. 11a.m. Sunday School  7:30 p.m. .Evousinig nnd Address.  Preacher llev. IS. Bull. Erickson 3 p m.  Evensong and Address. Sirdar Tuesday Mav 12th 8 pm. Evensong and  Address.  Owing lo tho fact that a big cotton-  wood tvoo drift ing down thr* Kootenay  bump into the f>o;i-,v eansi-ig temporary  damage, residonts across (ho river nre  at. present out, off from the ro. I of t.ho  world except, as navigation in a, row  boat or canoe is i-oneernod. This again  emphasizes the need of tbo niiu.h talked of and pio.iiisid hi-idgo over tbo  river al tbis poinl.  L ACT  (KOK-vl   I'M  CIOIITIKICA'I lOnKiMPROVEMKNTri  KOTICK  1.Ine Stone and Hlaek- Slone Mineral  OliiiiuH t-ilualo in iho Nelson Mining  Division of West,  Kootonay Dislriot.  Where Incited .���������On Sheep Creek,  adjoining Ihe Nugget Mono en tho  ijoilb.  Take Notice Mint T, A. IT Green, acting as '"gent for Piein* Dioiint.. Free  Miner's Ceitiliral e No. ttlJiftlll', intend,  sixty days from lho <lnlo hereof, tn apply l.n I he Mining He-order for ocrlifl  onf.-f* of linpvo\'einenlM,   f-������r Ilm jmrprv'e  til   idllllillil.'r^   *   ll'W 11   t.lilOlIf.  trl    (lie ;{.h'l\ (i  I'llOIOK.  And I in ther Ink--  imlico ibnt action,  iiiiib'r Ht'olion   !V<,   iihimI hi- commence  liel'oro I lie i-JHintiieo ol'   Hindi Ceriillentes  of   I in [ii *i\ .���������iiii-nl >.  Dated thin .i'.llidny nf ApiilA. D.  1J1M.  A. II. (il.l.l.N  William Levesque wbo is working  on the ballast train just out of towa  met with a lainful accident yesterday  shortly after dinner tiine . when his  right hand became jammed in the  ���������machinery _.f the hoist and the first  linger was badly crushed. The engine  and caboose'hurried-to town and ?Dr.  Henderson soouhad the wound dressed.  I wish to heartily thank all my  ueigbhorfi and friends who came to  my help during the are at the Oity  Bakery and to say that bad they all  been trained in the New York Fire  J$>epartment tbey could not bave done  more.- E. BARRAOLOUGH, PRANK  SMITH.  A small but appreciative audience  greeted H. Ti*eby Heal������ iu the Mercantile Hull on Saturday evening. Mr.  Heale is undoubtedlv an artist. His  singing and character impersonating  was of a very high class indeed. " He  has paved the way well for a retuir-n  engagement next season when he will  doubtless have a full house.  IS J.    T.a.'r&'TVRSSi!  jho. :i-ni:Ni-TMAri  Matcbtnaltcr  and Heweler  2nd Door Prom The Garage  All Repairs   Entrusted   to My Oare  Will Receive Prompt Attention  Workmanship   Guaranteed  ������-!_���������__  ���������*1  __������ m m mm* m m ___.       __.       ^__  r. mnm & oo. \  i ii*.!*-.**  CRESTON       -      B.C.  x Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON:  Dealers in  MPA'T  J_ T Jx    JL__t   Ilk.      U  WholesaSe and Retail  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  Stud Oysters  in Season  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  GUY   LOWENBERG  OONSinvriNa  ENaiNrcEK  CRESTON      -  B.C.  JAS. H, SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident; Insurance  CiXJTTOWri  OETEDO  To������* <rf$v*dAn f-t-iil farm mroit&nt  for B.C.sosI. Sc*** C-fttesloj**"** -fcs  solid, tfvstareoito*? oip-uurity  aua j_erxsi-_ii.ektio]_L  Send novr for Copy free  Sutton & Sons.ThoKings Seedmon  RwaJiTijtl _-_nj^l������*ncl  AJ.Wooolward  Victoria     <_������      vancouv������.  ������I5 rorf ar. e67.6ranv.HeSt-.  totmZ auents ran aa-.Tixt. Columbia  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  1RAIL  GET YOUR  Plumbing, Tinning and  General Repair Work  I"'/"*"'*      r\m*  W. B. Embree  The sntisfaction of work   well   done  Haters long aftor the price Is forgotten,  Massey - Harris  IMPLEflENTS  Everything for the  Farm and Carden  Bean and Massey-Harris  Sprayers  Stickney   and  Massey-Harris  Gasoline  Bugilies.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  R������ member we carry  part.*', for  Everything  Wc  Handle  *29___  DEh VjHlIII  ii  t      mM  ,,mmmmmmmm%mmaammmmmW  mwamaaaaaaaaaaaaaMm  mmaaaam  ;M-tMriiiiiiiiii  l|''lVnlrvlll,ln,nrl'Jn'MMrr������l,ll.Li:ffW

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