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Array L  ALL THE NEWS  of fhe CHESTON  DISTRICT  Alfi Roads an East aad West Kootenay Lead to Creston  i    -    '  ^^t'fw**.  1 V-/1N 1\L  71 D\A7  V1LVV  ��������� ^l^\'M  ,y  /  it>RESS  FOB&  **v"^    .,  * ' ������   'If*  ���������ti-m  -   ^T-y-H  \  ���������**.  '2i':  /h  m    No. 23, 6th Year.  CRESTON, B. C,   F&IDAY-   JUNE 12 1914  Sfwr r t?  -HSBH  a_=  ...-..���������.'.'l--  nH-'iMi.irjffiate  Annual School Meetino Wi  on  aVt Juh llth at 10 a. m*  huhmt -UL5  48m  5*5  IU  Orangemen of this distriot will thia  year celebrate the 24th anniversary of  the Battle of the Boyne at Oranbrook,  for. whioh preparations are now nicely  us-u6- way. axCue-k the lodges expected to celebrate there on Monday, July  18, are Oreston, Cranbrook, Fernie,  Hoamer, Blairmore, Hillorest, Wllmer.  The "members of the Fernie Ladies'  Orange, lodge are also expected. The  ' committee in charge is arranging a  program of athletic events which will  include a lacrosse matoh. Tbis will in  all probability be the biggest Orange  celebration in the distriot for many  years.  Oreston Orangemen will participate  and are arranging for a special train.  The return fare will be $2.45 for adults  and $1.25 for children. Oreston band  WiU be in attendance. Special rates  trom all intermediate points.  IfSTPUCUCD UQMC  t_iiun-.H-.il iiLnu  Mr. Arthur Paxton of Fort Steele was  a caller in Kitohener one day last week,  Mrs. Audeen and daughter Ellen  wens t-o Orfiubrook regarding Miss  Ellen's health.  I  Everybody, that could get away, was  fishing last Sunday with.poor results.  yr������.ns_M?!g r nn ufip  ifgCnUHUBlLC UU. HHO  mil- niiftST ninni an  Unless your appointment Ib an ex-  bsSdicgly important oner you should  take time when next in town to visit  the Mercantile Company and see the  splendid window display which Fred  Ash has assembled for the purpose of  showing the'multitude., of uses that  can *be made of Sherwin-Williams  Paint9.  Fred is the Architect, Builder, landscape-gardener painter, decorator, designer, and in fact the whole affair  originated with him and was brought  to completion through his efforts.'  There la a model of a nice residence  with a'splendid lawn, a spacious corrugated metal barn, a windmill and ever-  greens. In frost cf the stable stands a  horse and cart waiting for the young  lady Who is advancing across the lawn,  while in front of the house is Oherring-  fiOn's ''Titanic*' rejuvenated.  A tennis court and blooming flowers  give an urban touch to the scene and a  Mw*������������l    in_������_>A      ���������������*������     l������������IAAlA._1-|������t.ni        +1_t_*    nn    **������������������**     ^*J-_,  uunn uws   ass ������r-_������j������i_*._u*aM������u^    vm*o ao ������*** ������?__���������  ceptional work of origination in display  whidh when connected with Sherwiiv-  Willi_ms Paints will cause the latter to  live In the minds of spectators long  after other scenes and places have faded  Into the mists of-the forgotten past.  J  QNCE AGAIN THE SENATE���������^) ifl LOBE  From a leadiftg Daily, we^qhipte the following editorial:  uBy a non-party vote the ftejoftte has killed a bill passed  by parliament re-imbursing Earner's Bank depositors for  losses sustained by them in the-eoilapse of that Institution,  which, though they may evade the issue as they will, meansj  thai the senators refuse to recognize anv re-snot, sibilitv to the  public 'on the part of government in the issuing of bank  certificates and charters.  The Farmer's Bank was an institution rotten from its very  inception, "born in sin and shaken in iniquity." Repeated  warnings were given to the thfetl minister of finance before  any certificate was issued, ih   s������>ite   of   which   the  finance  i  m-1_ a        m a*% HK-h _*__%*_���������__! ���������_h/*t-,*i-o        _ta t       4* r_ o  %0*A\m0 s\ UVVi. Jt/VrjL ���������i-VV^rb XJ2* t������i������-  ���������*��������������� *���������_,������*.#������. m^mx**0m *\ *m,mm      mr\.** *m ������-^_ ������4-^_9.-^l  u������=pa._.i.jL__._:ui, |.c_-jjiIllCQ  *������������������������*���������_���������__-/������___.  -.-.f-t.   V-__5_T-_i;_55  r.a������_ 1������r  ,0XX *J* XX  + 0X  In a matter of this sort there inay be no legal liability op.  the part of government, but in'tjie Judgment of The Herald  moral liability is strong. Oiir friends the senators, however  do not appear to be strong on in __ral sense. There seems to  be something decidedly wrong w,ith the atmosphere of the  red chamber."  h  Mr. 3. A. Speers wos-a caller in town  .between trains last Sunday.  F. Corns ___ and To***- *ffj-vk<v������_   ������y C������j������-  _rou City were   among the fisherman  1 ���������_._=_*     Gmm*mfmmmmm  IDtJf        *mtm*mAktmwajt   t I.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  RULES RE HANDLING  PS.fi RI I cdisit nono  giimll rnun unur  The horticultural branch of the Department of Agriculture at Victoria has.  Pick Bevan and Fred Little were iSsaed the following ������i^3 for Picking,  Grading  and .Shipping   Strawberries  PnQk?Creek callers on Saturday last.      |  vi.-.x������k.iu-<  ov.-.-....* -n *���������;.i- ^..andSaspberries:  ^^M������l.������,/M_>       M#������MT_H7.    X*m.*m*X**M0f0'XXX.m.'mUF~-  idved on Sunday te spend & fow weeks  M the guest "oftuiBs F. ButterS.-IS.  Mr. Bruce- the sohool. inspector f ot  thisdiBtri^t was in Duck Creek Monday.  What  is tbis  very dim murmur o  wedding bells we hear?  |    O. J. Wigon and J. J.  Grady were  G. IYl. Benney. the Government Boad  Creuten uallers Taesdny.  G. A. Hunt is slashing out the road  west of Kitchener.  Last Monday two Prairie Schooners  from the U. S. A. pulled, into the oley  they were headed for Oasarose, Alta.  give au attractive appearance.  ' 9. As soon as packed place the  ceipB in the crate and keep in a Cool  piace. -Im nailing on covers 'use four  _t$ils to the cleat. Do not nail superfluously as it irritates the consumer and  dwects from  the paokers  reputation.  , 10. Cool the -berriee down to 60������  before shipping. This may be done" by  leaving the fruit in the   night air   and  iU������������������i  gnrtAvInfon^Anf    WfiS ft!    tftWH thft Other  daj* looking over tho roads in this die-  triot.  Cap Forrester was in the oity having  a look around.  Miss Bather Adamson made a trip to  Cranbrook this week.  iT**AM\#0(_l  unuiun  ���������ninri-f  uu I  III! \mtm>  he. wo  G. M. Benny paid a visit to Oanyon  City on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Pochin were  CreBton callerB Thursday.  Tho new shingle mill is about roady  for work. ������ !  Mrs. J. Carfra reoeived a severe  fright f^om a neighbors ugly oow on  Thursday evening. ?  Road making will cease In a day or  two. Sam Soott did Bom* splendid  work.  T. Hiokoy and F. Cornell were Kitchener fishermen on Sunday.  John MoRobb and family, (oure aln  guid smithy 1 onmoto stay on Saturday  last, John realising the good stook  dlfitriot. that Canyon OUy affords,  brought two good milk oows wlthhlm  Canyon City is not ouly a good fruit  producing district but Isolao good for  stook rai.lug. Abont 75 head aro owned by the many ranchers at present,  The road to Sirdar is now an accomplished faot. Mat Hagen andhisorew  returned  to Duck Creek os. Tuesday  ...'...' i ... y '-  having "finished the roaid right down to  Sirdar.  Owing to the cold weather the strawberry pickers will not bo able to got  busy before the 16th or 18th of this  mmitb.  Monrad Wigen now haB the steam  outfit for his box factory all sec up and  in running order and expects to start  sawing this week.  "STRAWBERRIES  1. Make,pickings as soon bb the oo-  lor ofthe berries Indicates the-proper  market maturity. For long express  shipments pickings should be made  when berries show about one-third  color, the degrse of color depending on  the distance of the market.  2. Make frequent piefciuss. going  over the vines on alternate days. Immediately after a period of rain go over  the whole patch, cleaning up all the  frnit and sending,the frnit that is fit to  the cannery.  3. Piok in the cool part of the day  if possible aud do not allow the fruit to  stand in the son or dust after finking.  Carry the strands to the pa king shed at  once after they have been Ailed.  4. Each picker should lie provided  with stand* holding six cups. Remove  the berrieB from tbe vine b.*  breaking  ***** ������������������**   *_-*__������.  r_<-_4Y*iV%4_r*_-������  ���������-_���������  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the "������^-.v>������fc    n r_ s������  xra.*>___.    C C  F. W. Conway came in on Wednesday's train for a flying visit to his ranch  near town. -  Am7.ll TTnll ia    nnAnnvlh"^    *���������!.������_ -_*ei_r---ln__  .. ...  - ...-- ~-     VwO_ra/ ~n      ���������_���������    JP������._.-w.^������.  recently held by Tom Bundy in the station house.  la .the ball' game the other evening  the singles beat the doubles^ which is  muoh to their credit seeing tbey are  muoh more iu practice _h._n the doubles  Buff MoPeak and Jack Cameron were  the battery for the singles and the  doubles rested their fortune aud their  hopes on' Benedict Chrysler and Roy  Telford. We ought to congratulate  teams, they did exceedingly well which  snggeBts that we have considerable' talent in Creston' which might be utilized  to furnish amusement and c-ean sport  to our prosaic little town, lhe band  might be induced to come out and render a few selections between times and  a little more encouragement given to  the junior ball players who are really  deserving of praise for the work they  are doing in the ball field.  There is some rumor of a game on  Tuesday, why not make it Saturday  afternoon and give the people of the  district a chance to. combine the pleasure of the ball game with thi* business  of shopping?  If the day is fine you will probibly  see the ladies present Uso, some by their  presence to encourage their husbands  end others thei ���������sweethearts. There iB  room' in the grandstand a splendid view  of the-game. '  Weayefree to confess (being a-married man)- that we feel a little (not too  much) the odium of a stinging defeat  (not too stinging) at the hands qf the  singles but -wer aye, looking forward  -n-j.g_cnr*_x$y " ~  ci_aiit-e a.  game'when we will regain pur standing*  _.su sspsr.er_ty\ f**ar beat them w������ can  aud we will.  ill mmmtummm  A most enjoyable dance wae, held in  ^ Btem over the fo^fln^er in giving  the berry a little side motion.    Do not  the Social Club house on Satmday last.  The orowd who were feeling extremely  good, was just right for the slsse of the.  hall, and everyone bad a swell time.  We are greatly indebted to Mr. George  Toll of Oreston who played on a mandolin guttar and gave us auch mualo as  wo novor had In Daok Crook boforo.  injure the berry in any wny, either by  pressure or by tearing it awny fiom the  oalyxor ���������"hull". Pick the vines olean  and place sott berries in separate cupB  for the cannery, throwing the ou Is a*  way.  5.   Puck the homos in a oool nbed  Miss Olga Wigeri and Florence  Bathie, of Duck Ceek were visitors to  Creston yesterday.  Have $6,000 equity in valuable Coast  property for trade. See R. M. Reid or  wiite Ed. Shaokleton, Cranbrook, B. Cj.  ii������.ie -anxiously   for tne next  Born to Mr. and Mrs.   Chas.   Moore  on. Sunday 0 une.7th, a daughter.  There will be* a danoe in the I. O. O.  F. hall at Port HiU on .Saturday, June  2oth.  Victor Carr wbb in town on business  to day. I.Yerytteinyj points tn.ra bnm-  per orop out his way.  Mrs. George Broderick left .Sunday  for a visit t-i Red Deer. She has taken  the younger ohildren with her and  hopes to rest and recuperate wh'Ie  'away.'   . .'/."?''  Harry Bathie of Loco paid a flying ������av!hg P*������������ty of light.   Before pncki.ig  remove the benii s  from   tho  pocking  cups, placing thomui-on a cloth covered  P.ny ytmr 'ffftWt.j; tt-ckie f rem Embrcft.  Tho trout oiling out on tho bank for tho  bait ho Bella.  visit to his home on Saturday returning  to Loco Sunday.  There have been one or two strangern  in town this week but we have beeu too  busy to get after them and find out  what they wanted.  Karlpeaao and his sister woro visitors  to Duok Creek, > Sunday.  K. S, Butterfleld was a Oreston caller  on Saturday.  Thore Will bo shooting on the range  next Sunday morning at 9am. All  mambers are requested to attend.  Whon you want vour noxt job of  printing dono, no matter what the job  is, bring It to the Review ofllco. We  guariiuteo a flr������t*Cla*s job and our  prlow a_ro right.  packing imu-o. Be sure the boirics aro  perfectly dry before packing. ���������Fori'lug  currontB ovor tho berrlca while thoy are  upon tho truinefl romovos nil mo.flturo,  brlngBout lho lUBtre tm the frnit. and  loaves It in a cool condition.  0. Uso exporlonoed paokers. For  long distance phipmonts mako at least  three grades .... A. Distant Markot  Grade, using only iguud partially colored fruit. B' Looal Markot Grade, us-  only sound and wqII colored frnit. Or  Oannei-v Grado, whloh inoluden a good  quali y of rlpo fruit. All berries bIiow:-  ltjg the leftBt Indication of deoay or de-  terrlonition aro oulls and must be  thrown away. Buch berries will spoil  the rest of tho   orate.  8.   -When paoking for mnrUot us'  unlfotm tlzeiof brrrlei*,   placing  tbem  In dl������an> uow onps,   Huvo tho top lay-  $*mK. W. Ryoiman fdr your next!������wcrf benrlw.  oome ullfhtly  ov*r the  Dr. Frank, of Nelaon,   oamo  in on  ** ��������� w  S'ilu.di-y und Joft on ?__or.d.iy.  OleTofto arrived Wednesday to tako  up kis poi-nianent loaidonoe in Erickson. Ho brcugbt his favorite horso  with him.  S, A. Speers loft Monday for a short  OTl*t# mn  Ct0.lr.amm.     fn    V������������w    nil     n*r.n\m    ������if<  . m~..   ..w   >rt ^,.������,...0 i    . .*     ~^m       ���������-.     ������,.v.-*.v .......  ha has soma property thoro  whloh requires tils attention.  IJob of t.nm__H-.ttg or plunxing.  IUUMMM ������M-K������ U*>  buvvuvmr-f** .'���������*���������'.   ���������*    *"**  J. P. Fink, of Oranbrook drifted into  town today with his irrepressible smile  and glad hand forhis numerous Oreston  friends. He left fbr home on the morning train.  A ���������'Lawn Sooial" In aid of tho Parish  Ohnroh will be held at Mrs. M. Youngs'  ������������������RoBebank", Fourth St. on Tuesday  June 30th at 7:80 p.m. AdiniBRlon 25o  Creston Bra.s Band will play selections  during the evening. All are invited. 84  Bill Burton ro.uruwu SitUuny from a  visit to Star Oity, Alberta whore ho and  Stan Gwynne went in search ot laud.  He reports that district abounding In  fowl and gamo and offering splendid opportunities to tho seeker aftjr arrablo  land.  Garden Party and- Band Concert will  bo held at the homo . of George Cartwrlght Erickaon, on June 26 undor tho  auspice* al the Ladies Aid oi tho i_.tt._iu-  dist Ohnroh^. AdmlHHlon Wu Straw  borrie^ I<?e Croam pn'd^n.mue. mado  oandlbs to'bo'sbld during" tho ovenlng-  mm*smmm*mmm***  Tom Bundy, who for some time hns  for somo tlmo haa boon tho aastatant  operator for the O. P. R., left Sunday  tn take charge of tho station at Caithness. His many friends In Orwton both  amongst tho bualneas men and others,  miss him and join in wishing him woll  iu nm i_*w tutuauou.  Annual sohool meeting on Saturday  July llth. All parents should make it  a point to be there and assume their  share of the responsibility that Ib theirs  in the matter of their children's education. Don't believe rumors. Como to  the meeting and hear what the trustees  have to say.  Surely no one will begrudge the poor  simp his meed of ghoulish glee in taking unto himself credit for making a  "scoop* * on the Empress  of  Ireland  QBOHARQ OULiiVAiiUN  *- AElfPfl  !_if_  s*a������*ra __���������*_���������������*_=���������'  _"������������������������������������____.      _.>!!���������     San    ������������������������������������niilii  o������ca_Dio nciuiMRi.  Practical experience has shown that'  orchards should be cultivated. Tillage  keeps the soil in good, loose conditu.ii '  and increases its water-holding capacity, r Frequent shallow cultivations  keep the top two or three inches of  soil loosened, maintaining a dust  mulch which acts like a blanket ln preventing evaporation of the soil moisture. The plant foods are made available by cultivation and manure gives  better results when used on tilled land.  Young orchards as well as old need  cultivation. In a young orchard crops, -  such as currants, gooseberries, etc.  may bu grown between the rows, but  never closer to the tree than five feet.  The cultivation of the crops will generally be sufficient for the trees. Never  grow such crops as hay or grain, for  they rob the soil of large quantities of  moisture and plant food without: giv-  tm.m.   f..^^.X*.Xm.fm     im.   ������^.4>-������->H     .      f".._._          '.'B   U..J ������������S.������-B       XXX   XXIVX.X.M. (_<GVE*       CrGp-,  snch as ciover, vetcb, cow peas etc., are  very desirable to grow between thft  rowe.  The number of cultivations during a  season depends somewhat upon local  conditions of soil, climate, age of tree,  etc. VVMjng, vigorous growing trees~  should not be cultivated or irrigated  as late in the season as bearing trees,  because they will grow late and the  immature growth will be very liable ���������  to winter injury.  A good plan of cultivation used by  'many-i successful oi^hardisc* ist/jis foi- -  lows: *���������   .   \ " .\  . Plow (not deep enough to injure the  roots) ui the spring as soon as the soil  is is good condition.    Turn  the  soil  towards   the tree 3  the first year and  away from them, the next year.   The  aim  should   be   to  maintain a  dubt  mulch.   Cultivate  soon    after   every  rain, for if   the crust is   not broken a  large loss ot moisture will result." Cul-"  tlvjitstbe orchard  every week or tcu  days,   depending    upon    conditions.  Stop the cultivation upon the young ���������  trees about the latter part of July, and  earlier in  some ��������� sections, and at tlie  last cultivation   always   sow a cover  crop.   This will draw off the moisture  and give the new growth time to ripen  before the severe winter sets in, and  also^ a good ground cover will result  before winter.   Tho next spring, plow  under the cover crop and.lt will supply  the nocessary humus to tin. soil;   With ;  the older trees a cover orop is not so  imperative, although It will always be  very beneflolal.  UIUI������.l|/iif 9  Distressing as the harrow-  Dan English 8i\ was' in  town  day;' ? '������������������������������������."'  Tut--i->  ing details of the tragedy may be, it is  hardly moro pathetic than the callousness of a human shrimp gloating over  the cheap achievement of publishing  the story at the cost of a fewpaltrjy  dollars, just as though the news value  of thu tragic ovout which has plunged,  a nation into mourning, was tho para*  mount consideration.���������Ferule'l Frefo  Preas.  Oroatou Fruit Growers warehouse is  'gradually assuming tho resplonduut  robe of rod paint under tbo guiding  hand of, Mr, TimmonB Jr. If Jupiter  Pluvius would shut off the tnolatnre for  a llttlo while roapleudouoo would bo  complete,  What might have proven a serloua  aooldont ooourodou Sunday aftornoou  as Goorgo Huaoroft accompanied by hlu  sister Vera uud Miss Barbara Maw son  wore driving out towards Erickson,  whon opposite A.oxYDuprtrroz'ii plaoa a  doe rn*nVW(f'^:''^ghten������a tb* horfto  who br-ltod, sptufng tbo oconpanfa ont  R. 3. Bevan has thorughly overhauled  iind fitted up the Everitt car bought by  Mr.y.h*-nin[*:t,on from Ohas. Morvln  this-Spring, nnd we rlso to ronmrkthat  tho  opprobrious  1*1 tlo   '"Titanic     has and more or loos uorlounly injuring tbem  literally been wiped out, olearod away,  not In the oonoe tbat ono got* a clear  title to a piece of property, but actually  rubbed, polished and* painted away to  that the oar looks like new and la a  credit to Its owner. We hear there ls a  movement on foot to have' all the  stumps pulled on the road to Charring-  ton's ranch so that In case of au accid���������  ******* fnmmxx*m*pm M* i* mix.**, imxxxiix^u.  all. It wao a matter of shoorluok that  thoy woro not all klllod. Tha bug*, y  was smashed. Mr, Daperrai* prompt/  offored to bear his ���������haro of tho damago  and also to have mom dog shot so that a  similar aooldont oould uot ooour again,  A barking dog U of Un tbo OOoasica ot  runaway horsas and otlier owner*  ought to take warning  from this tnajL  7"*rmi 55__5_-*S______bss  rapBaa  TH &.     iJ^ajo"I*������u������A'������     sa>i% Vift'irj'    cirfc,^  ___^_____)_-_-B-aa--n_aaB___B  9. u.  -\ ���������        ll  Paldisisd evisy   Friday at Crestsss, BsiSsh Colsiabls, ���������>������ __>e Oi-eston Printing aad Publishing Company, Ltd.  The Review is the abknowledged advertlslnig medium of the Creston valley, cir  oulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Creston distriot and  reaching out in a broad ipanner into other commoni-Vso. Our advertising rates  are baaed on the aoale of the Kootenay and Boundary ������������������_.. "ters' Board of Trade.  Land purohaae and land lease notices, 4? for statutory, time. Display adver-  , ttsetnents, $1 per Inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  "/ nnd 5 cents pw line in ituooeeding weeks.   Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance.   Our columns nre open to contributions dealing in matters of local iu-  .terest and the welfare of the community.    C-ntributioni* must be brief and  '? 'signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Maunger  "WHY   "DJR.Y"    GROUND  xNfcREASES  '���������The rapid extension of  "dry" territory throughout  the United States is one of  the notable signs of the times,  and professional prohibition  agitators are*inclined to take  a good deial of credit pertaining thereto to themselves. It  is doubtful if they are entitled to it.  Professional       prohibition  agitators have been with us  for a i*6ocI many  years   now  and  th^ir voices  have been  heard up and  down the land  for many   decades,   yet it is  only within the last ten years  that tlie really surprising pro*  hibition advances ' have  been  made.    Which  suggest* that  some other   cause   than  the  prohibition lecturer and campaigner has been at  work.  *. ��������� And this is the fact.   Rail*.  Hi**-    K������*i_������*J ���������*.*>������������*  NOTICE!  \*i  f  &  ______       . .,.*���������  ' I '.'f&k  .*.  ���������'������������������-:-���������:���������"���������������������������  4)1  The present Lessee, Editor and manager of ^  the Creston Review, A. B. S. Stanley begs to state' jjfj.  that he has not been  responsible in any way jfor    JJ  jn    the sending out of' notices  threatening court pro-  %mS  w  \mj  tions and individual business  houses all Over the country  are insisting in these days of  sharp competition, when only  the best that men are capable  of is good enough, that their  employes shall be^ total abstainers.  On the Pennsylvania rail  way, which employs an im  mense number of men, this  rule is enforced and regular  observations made to see that  the^re are no violations of it.  The record is that of the  total number of men employed 99.9 per cent, live up to  the rule absolutely. Is it any'  wonder with such influence  at work that the "dry" districts are increasing rapidly?"  -���������Calgary   Herald.  cedure for . delinquent   subscribers.    He has only :0fi  had to do with this paper since July 1st 1913. j2  ���������.?..." fQ  At the same time he would appreciate it if those jjfc  who owe friini that time would come in to see him /IS  about.the matter as it costs considerable to get out ;!i  the paper and inOhey is scarce. ff\  mf  *9  ___  &  #  e ransTer, Livery ano reea draoies  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand  TEAM   SLJEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies oh Hand  Several Sets} Of Second-Hand Harness .  Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  RS-McGrM  Phone E6  Sirdar Avenue  .Be������_.*l4.  ���������l/O-Kr-O  flf**"**!**���������**  country. The chief subject  of their animadversions is  that, under the land policy of  the government all the valuable lauds, in the province  _ have been acquired by speculators, and that none worth  having is left for the pre-emp.  tor. Concerning this it may  be said:  First���������That it is not true.  Much land, as fit  for cultiva-  these parties complain,  Messrs. Brewster and Oliver  were members of the legislature and made no objection to  tne land laws on the statute  books, which the minister of  land, in selling, had lieen  simply  administering.  Third���������That the govern-  ment has double the price of  all lauds some , considerable  tirue ago to all persons except  form.���������Daily News.  tion as any in the province, is to actual pre-ienipfors or set-  ������pady for pre-emptbrs, 'and /tiers thereon, and to thobe it  that,  addition*. .. thereto   are still remains at the nominal  Messrs. John Oliver, H.'C.  Brewdter and M. A. Macdonald, members of the local op-  pbsition, out of the legislature,  t  0mW>0* *#���������������������������������������-si 1 %r  *"���������>#��������������� ��������������������� 4*������������ 4*4 1*f   JC���������o  made frequently, surveyed  and with roads to them, as  any person who is desirious  of acquiring such land 'as an  actual settler thereon can  easily learn by writing to the  minister'of lands at Victoria.  Seeoud**-~-*Th..t at  the time  price of one dollar per acre  on ea^y terms of payment.  If the opposition has no  more serious ground on which  to attack the aovftrn_.if.nt tlinn  mm*  its land policy, its leaders  would be doing themselves  and their  oartv  a service bv  flirt       *\t    4-1<ir_.     -"**���������<������ 1 #������������������ r������ #>f    1*'*-***VI />���������    *<*.!��������������� rs^m       1 *  -v ** *���������* ������J *���������������  -.- '.     mm tt  -\       r"*v"  C-J.V.  -,.,11!  ������>U.������JM,U  ... 1...  ' JL#A**V"  Dun's Review contains a  more hopeful outlook this  week. Besides announcing  the number of failures in May  as less than any month this  year, the number is also less  than the corresponding month  last year, which, looks hopeful, and leads to the following  announcement:  "Adyjces  from, the leading  '' ' ������������������'       I'' ,        ?j'Y r\ '      * I \      ' ,'     ' ���������  commercial and industrial  centers are more optimistic  and the improved sentinient  is reflected in some expansion  in the volume of trade. Re-i  cent   favorable   weather has  . ������������������    I'..    *��������� .'.   ','���������     ..   ,'.'.���������  , ���������:     >������������������   t   ���������  afforded retailers an opportunity to reduce* accumulated  stocks of merchandise, aiid  both jobbing and wholesale  departments have consequently benefited. Particularly  favorable dispatches are received from New .England,  where mills and  factories are  ........    ���������> ..4-, .. r.1 .  xx-Uj.\f   w������Cfc_v���������������i.  ' '*   1 1  0.XV* .-������ I .-...#.rl  ���������mmt.i 1.0.^J/  V-V-.  Vv l.lll hIBMIK ��������� III VII If  ' ���������vyfsstmmmS'mM M "%** ��������� ������__������_*__. w  *____��������� ������ a  late, there has been a marked  increase in the number of  orders placed with iiiauufae-**  turers, and tberfeik much less  idle machinery tiian a month  ago. In leather,, condition3  display some improvement,  although concessions iu  prices are still noted. Pistri-, ,  bution of Jootwear, ait retail  ���������:'��������� ������������������-.  i     , "'���������, ."-'''���������''"'   ��������� ���������'..'' '      '  shows an mcrease,; owing to  the prevailingv hileih  tempera-  ttir^s.   There is a healthier ...  tone to the dry goods markel,  and business in various de; .  partments    is   quite , large.  li/tott orders have been bookr...  cd by nianufa'ctuiers of staple '  ; "**'.,; .,;���������       '������������������,',','    ''''������������������ " "1   ������������������      ,    ;   ���������   ���������       ���������.'  .       :  -cotton goods and .quotations  on new business a -more satisfactory." ���������'���������'���������'���������'  ���������. ���������������������������'��������� ';'  ,,., ������������������ ,--,.  ������������������ ., .,��������������������������� .,. '.,',:.,   .   I,! ',,..;'���������  Bring in Your Renewal ot  mV* * * V<H. nMMl mm 0% $ *m.  ***      +%��������� f\       10m %\mm 0**  oubovi ������|/_.���������-_������*������ m\ji v-aiv  ti. :..;.���������......    J  '"t  ,'.��������� y- mam  ���������Mas!  __ JIWIH._IJ.MJ..jPlig_e__.  >::mitimw$$$w^M  ���������taw^-lf it  n-fli^ao^rfc-aftifc-!  ������-.  SSS__  j_J<fe.,M^-flflB^_J_ft.  ,>;3.:*-.v,flsrfasii   ;?'',;:'.;:-?^.<ii'.i?#ii^^-'-^'t_S  '' ���������i*^/������i/is;*r.i^s-^.V"'S,'.-_:''aw������  AiiiAiii'i^ , ���������_  _. _^A  1N0REASES YlbLUiJ  In'&ny scheme to maintain or -build  [^ap soil lertility, crop rotation including  Ithe growing of legumes, is vital but not  -sufficient. Clovers nut the soil in  i  i better physical condition, Bo that the  rplau^food iu it become quickly avall-  I able fio the nest crop. There is a  tfjidanffer then that we may  mistkae   a  . -i      ������  IU1V.U1VU  ���������.l *_^  fertile  _noiw.pi"Ouuc_iV(_ sou tor a snore _6. _.  Lsoil afrid be inclined to give ��������� too muoh,  I credit to the growing of the clover and  j'nofe enough to the .feeding of it to farm  (.animals. No matter what crops _-.ro  I grown, if they are all sold away ���������'.���������>.. ���������"���������*.  [the farm, the soil will become exhaust  led. Live stock must be kept. Nature  |jhas provided a balance between ani-'  Imal and plant life, and man cannot  I long1 disobey nature's decrees.  Wbeu every particle of manure is  [saved and applied to the land, there is  [money iu live stock; in dairy products,  in beef in the annual, increase, and  (most of all in the next year's crop. Ac-  loording to figures of the United States  [Department of Agriculture the yield  [per acre of corn in Kansas dropped  rom 34 3 buohels in the decade 1870 78  pfo213in the decade 1890-09. Kansas  (has. also   grown  large quantities  of  silfalfa, but the corn alfalfa have  both  *"q__ ^������>_H___  ^������������������JfflBi  mrteSpte LfeMI  toto___*rd.~������u-___r_k_. <_n  * . ifton the i-Bai<wtu������ -mhttrtm*.  Osr ttwrihtf Watt Ad> ������������  piste ysu es y&sr essfe ss ������_������_ Jissi  jigtit eC pyHls jgggaSfMj 1  ,   If 1������1   I*** mUmMlmmmmm&m     \  .MifTrrinatirtgpomr.mmmmfmayatm* ~  i  Iiii miMi nn  i������������������i  1  .���������Mn   **���������������*���������*������������������������  :th*e 'damam^w ti&jm  ;. " SIR EDMUND WALKER,CV.O���������I.L.D..D.CL., President  ALS_CANDER; X-AIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD. Aea't General Mwwfier  GAPITSL, $f������,Q00,B00    RESEBV, EIB, $13,800.1100  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Interest at the Current rate is allowed on all deposits of $i  and  ���������apv/ards.    Careful attention is given to every account  are welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, ���������withdrawals to be made by any one of therq or Jby the survivor. S21  *m*mmtCAmm,     Cftl*1--* _/������**������ %���������*������  ���������J*  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINIG -REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights or  1?  *���������_������'*���������   TV  I0X     V-*V      JXmixixx  >-.*'  in,  i*q 'Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental cf $1 an  acre.   Not  en sold away  from   the farms and j mOTB than 2 kro ������crea xo.11 k������ i_.o__.^  _������  deceased   yields  have    resulted.   In [one applicant.  !tt NOTICE  Application for Licence to take &-.(!.  use "Water wiii be made under the  "Water Aot" of British Columbia, aB  follows:���������  1. The name of the applicants are,  Wm. H. Reed and Wm. Mather.  2. The address of the applicants iB  GrBaton.-  8. The name of the stream is Lizzard  Creek. The stream has its source in  Rolf mountain, flows in a westerly direction, and empties into Kootenay Flats  at Wynndel-Junction.  4. The water is to be' diverted from  OVER-������������ YEARSV  EXPERIENCE ?7  *fl**������t!_%  .;���������*.���������*:;���������������������������;_���������( ��������� ,--***-..'ii.wy  *''���������?��������� ^V/-:;,Y^:^Y;'-*'-V;^-vy^^.^  ��������� i.-v. ���������y''_.'-S": *���������������������������'*) ���������'.V-.'' -1?  ���������M. ��������� '���������'���������   ���������-".���������. ;*J ;���������;/*? ..'"-.���������' '������������������:��������� VJ-Zr^t  TH^   HGMS  OF   THB  TRANSIENT  G&MM&DIOUS  SAMPLE  r������E BEST AND  MOST  POPULAR HOTEL. IN  THE  KOOTENAYS  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all-  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar  is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  777 r^ii-^r?**  7"<a.  Porters Meet Trains  'J II  W. A. HERON,  MANAGER  ��������� ihmht'  enns-9   ^^u**sr***^  Designs  Cs^vr:skt8 Ac.  t.o__������--riotl������ confidential. ^HANDBOOK on Patents  gent tree.'uidesi ageuiv.*vr-*>rouriu?j-A_e__ts.  Patents taken tfitoua__ Moan & Co. receive  neciottiotics, without oharge, la tbo  S0&*mAmt&X*     n__.A������tU*__i  CrciUuiv jiiiiti rcaii*  k iaaAtamntr maitntod weekly., Iaw** circulation ol any 'acleroiflo journal. T.nns for  Canada. 98.76- & year, >-oMace prepaid. Sold by  .rilne-radealers.  IM * Cfl.3eiBro*d*ay* Hew York  ice, S3S B"8t* Wa-hluctoo. U. C.  auuuii'  <-___������-  Ksmi  tru  Illionois, which is a stock-raising   and  e  stock-keeping state, the yields have  actually increased. It is a significant  fact that the stoke states show the  aUest lossess in crop yields. This is  true of a state and the same principle  applies to the individual .farmer.  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Public Worship, jL0;80 and 7:80 P. M..  Sunday School and Adult Bible Class  11:30, A.M  ..   Oome and you will be made welcome  l ' Pied L. Carpenter  ��������� ' - Pastor  __. '  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  - - . \      ���������  - - _  Servipe every Sunday at 11:15 a.m.  ������nd.-7:8frjpt^m.'������������������   Sdbbath School ahd Adult Bible Class  at 10:30 a.m.  j V/. G. BLAkB.  Minister  1   .im-bum ���������p_^_ _������������������ -1 mi������������������.-��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ��������� .-.ji... ��������� ��������� ���������������������������-���������   ��������������������������� ���������������  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 11:00  BWediotion 7;S0  B,v������.?;yfit3t Sunday of the month.  Father John O.M.I.  Sunday School every iSunday at'2:30  Application for a lease must be made  by the applioant in person to tho Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be Accompanied  by a fee of $5 whioh 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 ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  are not b&iug opssated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a year  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available Burface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at,the rateof $10an acre.  3TOf full lufOfiuntiOD t_ppi.u_.iion should  rbe'made to the Secretary of the Depart- -  ment-of tbe Interior, Ottawa,' or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  -; N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  tbis advertisement will not be paid for.  ���������30690.  C. P- n.  j CO. S��������� SIGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  I,           tfy/vwr. tV_e  track.       *  5. The purpose for which the water  will be used is irrigation  6. The land on which the water is to  be used is .described as follower:���������  Block 126 K. V. Lauds,   Block I23A, K.  V. Lands, tbe north 18.35 acres of lot  8645 & L Kootenay  7. The quantity of water applied for  is as follows:��������� one half cubic feet per  second.  8. Tbis notice waB posted on the  ground on the sixth day of April, 1914.  9. A copy of this notice and au application pursuant thereto and to the  requirements of the "Water Act*' will  be filled in the office  of the Water Re-  1  corder at Nelson.   Objections may be  filed with tbe said Water Recorder, or  *i r  with the Comptroller of Water Rights,  -rSarH*_.tt.fr_.t Building^ Victoria, B. C.  Wm. H. Reed,  W. Mather,  (Applicants)  ���������%JL  A; Mirabel  mm.J^z-mjfrtim. .- _������  *9 ��������������� mmmmmmS ���������    smS3m*_  Harness  Repairing  ASfmOmLTY  Dealer in  -high   class  boots ahd shoes.  Accuracy  taiuT  Penetration  4Utinguish  NOTICE-OF CANCELLA-  , TION OF RESERVE  _���������*"������  ___A___^^lC_A_^������_ID������i_&_9^D_lri  ^t*3**3"-^P'*3"-*vPV__^^  g Creston, Volley investment ,Go_  ������������. Real Estate and Insurance  ^ King George Hotel Block,   4th. Street,   CRESTON, B. O.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  Oeu  Now   is   lhe  Creston   Land,  time   to  get   busy  before  the  rush   lo  _n  and  the  purchase  "WnnflnptiH i.P-*sfnn  vallpir  If  MSSUyiSMS  yi uutlfis  11IIBIV   _I_  which is rapidly coming to the front  and proving  to  be  the   Banner  District   of British   Columbia.  We  have listed  for sale  Choice  Lots  <������  Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice of whioh appeared in the B. O.  Gazette on October, 10, 1913, is cancelled in so far as it relates to the following  expired timber licenses:���������  |t48l, 9082, 11347. 21907, 22661, 23116.  24432. 26737, 26926, 28183, ,80358, 31180.  31184,31185,31201,81380. 31481, 32022,  32711 33411,' 33459, 33460, 34221,34273,  34310, 36502, 37580, 37993, 37994, 41344,  41426 and 43176.  R. A. Renwick,  Derraty Minister of Lands.  Lands Department*,        *���������**    v  Viotoria, B. C. *  Mar 31et., 1914. June SC  _���������  m _���������*���������*���������**. n mmim 1  u-sirai  Improved  AMD  RESIDENTIAL  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  VALLEY IMS  Box  36  Creston,  B. C  m...  r^  <i������������  "Htgh Power"  Repeating  Riffle No.425  (List Price $30.00  /.25-.ao-OO-.aSand.-S  "  ^caliber*  [Vm |U-m*i*njl.i. Auto-LMdlnr I  A Big Game Rifle that I  (3) Makes Good.  Sure Fire No Balks No Jams1  ' Oril.* from your Dttt-r,'  Send for Huml-omcly llluutratcd  \������lfl. CatHluv No, Uj   "  ,/ J. Stevens'flrms & tool Co.r  IS   ' P.0 JI.*6006,     '    : "  (!hiet>i������Mfj������ll������, Vm%  ii The Ideal     \  bummer       {  Nyal's; Peptonized  Beef, iVdti''And' :'���������"������������������'  Wine  A Quick Acting  Tonic for N^lrvous  People  ���������. ,���������*>...  Dollar Bottles  RHONE &1  *-m m ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'��������� ������������ ������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������  reston Hotel  ^_J   "\/OU   will  make   no   mistake  ;^|.<v^when,i you get of? the4^a|||i?  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will? substantiate this. We  stu4y the comfort of pur guests.  The ?rbo*ns are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Oar   Guests  Cdlt   cAgaiti  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ���������       ���������     _^ ���������     '  L Ba Moran  Prop.  WOULD-BE   ASSASSIN   SHOOTS  MAYOR'S PARTY  AT  ��������� r A. man who was later ldontlUod as Mlohjiel lyiahonny, a human, derelict,  find a revolver Bhot Into an automobllo t, oonph d by Mayor Mltoholl of Now  York> Comptroller Prondorgasb. and CoipooatlonC ���������nnaal Frank L PolU, woukid-  ing Pnlk In til* munth. The auto was Htuwltng In front of iho City Hall asthe  Mayor and his party woro juBt- about to loavo for lunoh. The nhootor waslm-  medlAtolv onptu'rod and rushed Into 11 mtarby poiioo station to Ret him away  from tho crowd whioh hadbefrun to shout -<Ly_.oh hliti," Tho attempt on Mayor  iUltunell h lilt) I'fujiil*. vividly n������������ nuo������������.iu^ <u -ou .������*_������. wit;*" *-���������������-_' ������������������������������ ������.������.u ������������.._������,  died lust Fi.ll, and ns many l.ollovo, died from tho effects of the wound rooolvod  threo years before: Like Gayuor's wonldbo iisuussln, Mubonty bdlU-vcd ho had  ou Iromnglnary Krlovuuco againBt the Mny or, imd  b!n nntlrns Hlnro tbo n.ot mdi-  ... ... *.������. 1- ...f....������li������. nMii'iiliUAoil ������������������ Tr la ������*>..vr.   tli������������>   Ht-t'.W tin   will 1>������*   Ht>nt to Mat-  .     .....,,,   .... .......   c���������_. ���������������. ,1 _,..������������ i^������> ������,irt lir.������      trim 0i\i,itin*������n*iU   nhnv.  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And I. l# n*f tm*tm������tYO tm amm  ������l������������.r������y������l PttmUmHa mJ0 tmm9 mm* ml  aiii**m*m,:-U*k. - - OtM*"Cf������aalfl������i  Want Am. ������nm* Wttla '*ma ar*  Tt>* ���������������������*������������������������  *-*    ���������������  _IUl������������_U-������  t*Ml*  Rtf*5<-6^ Sl;n Vtr>fl_t* Cirri****   +1% ���������!%**  a~0*   aMMIfm       * M * M.    **_r**_J.        *>m0 M   *m+xi^m.   y       ww        o-ot ^  CRESTON REVIEW  *^5^ *^^^k      _!_���������____ L^___B ^^5^ ^^3p *^Sfe *^2^  iMMMM  JSM ���������w-eaarea���������jk-sots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  . Minister of Agriculture  | fixsmtm STOOK BBLiVEilSP TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For Catalogue and Prioe list, write to��������� T ~~  I WALTER V, JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  3 The  5  Kail tZ-mJlUii lr&%0������ %,GliiZ,ll������.   \JKJ+  OUR STOCK OF  A       W  Cleaning, Pressing and  Repairing of All Kinds  Dry Cleaning  Process by  a  ; Practical Tailor  Dress Mai  Dressmaker  cixviiig by Lompetent  T  rorster  TIT"?___.      Tt ...     .      __....      "I. _*_ 1,1    -  ^ ���������     . f., -   .  jc i7b.  nOiiM). _i.uui  xYiotnixusc   tenuren  ���������The C. 0. S. ot Cranbrook iB selling  Iron Beds with mattress and Bpring for  $11.  I  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's 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 we can help you to make it go further.  Try us and See.  fl  A strawberry festival and Soo Cream  Social given   under the   auspices of the"  T ������_.a_A_   it _j* ������������; xx...   o������.^ntx������-k������._.;M.M. _-ii.__.__.i_  -AjuiiAca x_,_i_ ux  ii-iv   x. ivou/ vt7*_r*u vnuiiiat  will be held in the  Mercantile   Hall on  Wednesday,   Juue 34,  commencing at  7p ui.  **ftr    J^,'���������__���������'���������*���������^  /tL I? INI I ^^  S and VARNISHES  IS COMPLETE  We handle the famous  Sherwin-Williams  ���������"������������������.-j������������������..." ��������� *  Paints and can sell you Paints, mixed or dry for  your  House, Barn, Buggy, Wagon, Fence, or for  any purpose whatsoever.  The cheapest GOOD Paint  on the  market.     It  will  outwear two applications of. any other-Paint  SeeE.W. Ryckman for  your  job of tinsmithing or plumbing.  noxt  Lancaster  &  o  ueneral  MERCHANT  a  I  MdDTilAfH. mi  IfSUIUUflUL WILL  Under tbe tiUe "Little Nature," H.  Mortimer Batten in the June issue of  Rod Gun (publtsued by W. ������T. Taylor,  Limited, Woodstock, Ont.) veal-.tus  some enteresting and curious factscon-  eevniugf plants antl -_i_!_U-_ls entrusted  to Datae Nature's care, Among the  list of good things it contains, Confession," the fascinating autobiography of  an unfortunate dog; "One Hundred  Miles hv'the Guide's Special/' descaip-  tive ofa'cauoeing ' trip in Tiiuagami  Forest Reserved; *'A Gay Deceiver"  an entertaining tale with the Boy, the  "Princess," and the big tout as central  characters. As regards both text and  illustrations the June number is well  worthy of perusal by all interested in  the out-of-doors. I  Let us do your printing for you,*  Prices right and satisfaction guaranteed  The Ci*eston Review.  Under and by virtue of the powers  contained in a certain Mortgage which  will be produced at the time of the  Sale, there will be offered for Sale by  PUBLIC AUCTION by J. Frank Rose  at the Auditorium, iu the town of  breston in the Province of British Columbia, on the Friday the 10th day of  July A. D. 1914, ab the hour of two  O'clock in the af te' noon, the following  property .  Blocks In umbered Thirteen (i3)and  Eighteen (18) b ing part of Sub-division of District Lot Number Eight  Hundred and Ninety-two (892) Group  (1) Kootenay District in the Province  of Eritisii wOium u*i\  map or plan deposited in  Registry Office at  in the said Provin..<  Terms and conditions will be made  known at the time of Sale and in the  meantime on application to  EDWARD ALBERT CREASE,  Nelson, B.C  Vendor's Solicitor.  Dated this 16ih day of May A. D. 1914.  s  _irai an  -���������i  ���������(���������<���������������������������������������������������_������������������������������������ iiwi  .(.FORM F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  18  II  4-0, o  the Land  lie    ity of Nelson  ml numbered 698.  Blue Stone and Black Stone Mineral  Claims situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West. Kootenay Distriot?  Where located:���������On Sheep Creek,  adjoining the Nugget Mone on the  north.  Take Notice that I, A. H Green, acting as agent for Pierre Dionne. Fre,e  Miner's Certificate No. 61201B. intend.  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  And farther take notice that action,  under seotion 37, must be commence  before the issuance of such Certificates  of Improvements.   >  Dated this 30th day of April A. D.  1914.  A. H. GREEN  P. BURNS & Oo.  Llmltod  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  The  Limited  I  en  X  FRUIT TREES  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream 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,  AU Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  om r .__rn_i | SMCDV  LL *-��������� u I till i���������L.S El Li 13  MM MM    ���������'   V#  1 Bill Shm ���������_���������_������������������ ���������   ���������  -MSB    ���������    ���������  Now is the time to have your  PIANO TUNED  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by  * J. A. P. Crompton  Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs At  lowest, price  honsisfcent  with  Great Reduction in Trimmed  rn-irl   T T***t**rr"irri������***r4   HfotQ  -  0.11W-      "*4_J llll illlUlVW,      M.  AUVU  Babies' Bonnets from 25c  ���������* ......  Babies' and Children's Dresses at Little More Than  COST  Dont Fail to take advantage of  THIS SALE  / ���������  _f* M3.'M*'"' *!__ "'ipJTI gkff ..  Cr_FlJ__ w m ������#_rw  GOOD WORKmANSHIP  JAS. TWENTYMAN  Matchmaker  and Jeweler  ?nd Door From The Garage  All Repairs   Entrusted   to My Care  Will Receive Prompt Attention  Workmanship  Guaranteed  Dealers in  JWI   p?   A  T  jL7.Sk -L_t *~r������   __  Wholesale and Retail  Fish. Game.  Poultrv.  and Oysters  in Season  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  * %  GUY   LQWENBERG  CONSULTING   ENGINEER  CRESTON      -       .  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Aooident Insurance  for garden amd farm ea-els-est  fo-f-5.C.soil.Sc������������ Catalogue* fox  solid guarantee of purity  ana i_ern_.inc.tion.  Send now for Copy fre������  Sutton S Sons.The Kind's S$d������-__s_. \  Um* ssi ������3._.t__������ _B_x_j������].c������ncl  A. *S. W ������ ������ ������ W m* Ir ������j  ViGivviim     S_      V-aneouv������r --  ��������� IS roes- Sf. 6e7.6ranvllt*Sh  SOLR AOCNTS *** BRITISH COLUMBIA |  >   GIST YOUR  Plumbing, Tinning and  General Repair Work  Done by  W. B. Embre^  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -  I    The satisfaction of work  well  done  lingers long after the price Is forgotten  '>  ���������       V***       *%W>i������.f*''0+0* *  %������m   iu.  oricho        4  LIVERY AND TRANSFER  Millinery  ������������������'U'l't1-. t..UJ.J���������.JILMI.I"  __5_K____aKam_-_Bg_f!it9_i  aa.'iui..iLi"j  sais  t Wood for Sale  Phone 85  Wall Paper  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  .v .^alKV.inlnlng.P.irintrinij, Ripor-h-viighi,^'  , Lotv'm.i.givo you ndvico and i.t-tuniitoH on';  iintend to give satisfaction. -  mSMiMWflll^aiilll' 'mmnmmmm*mmtmmmmmmmmm1mm***m*mm**m*mm^0mm*tlmm  CJaVrb.ige'amll   ���������_ liri'.l**. jf  your work.     All  work guar  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., iu the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL 8AVE MOWEY BY OKTTIWO MY ESTIMATES  J  Massey - Harris  Everything for the  Farm and Garden  Bean and Massey-Harris  Sprayers  Stlckncy   and Massey*Harris Gasoline  Engines.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  Remember we carry  parts for  Everything  We  Handle  ������...*  I"  . O. dLVAIM  ft>ooo>ooo������������ooooo^ooooopoood-t


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