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 ''<- r v  -f "-. ���������  ���������"\    " ���������"wr i"  . .'J *' ������,'ft������iiSlC'-rtWWte I -  A������������__   ***!_������. _���������*_-*���������* <_������r  o? the._3RESTON  U_.9J.R_Cl  mm    im���������������������___.  All Roads In Bast and West KsmtmSmiy Lead to Cr^toss  "&V ,J'*������5?_3SB3!S_L  1        i,-U,   ft   t"  *   c- tf* *-v������" J1** *** *VI-' T'  7^-r^H������������  '       _,v.  -_t������*0  6    Q_n_?i������  *** r-->*jC_l  ADDRESS?'FO&^  $2.00 a year;&]  Awl  -     *  ' T-jrSEI  y-l  No. as, 6th Year.  CRESTON, B. C,   FRIDAY-   JUNE  26 1914  Sincu". Copies 5^  _f *������  ^y_>rf/^_4  aS'iT __76_J H ^** ~  _7    -fes^^s^ -8*  i stores Will He Closed  "_* IT  ednesday? Juh Is  lilCEIf8 ������ OHUUCUT DV  WLLHL! UUlfllllUll III  niiD cwuisiiflrfi  yun dimmed  phk mmi  Ne .v -T'Balatid, a dsl_.-jr and meat  pro*  tariff  uclag country, will lower ita  against American States ^__ic_9j- snore  favorablecondstions. But this will not  affect Canada, This country has no  daiay or meat to export, to our shame  be it said. In fact, so pooly do we  avail ourselves of opportunity that we  import rather than export much of our  foot product8.���������Oalfcafy Herald.  Th������_ will of the late Lord Strathcona  shows the Canadian bequests, which  are municlficent. The Royal Victoria  College at Montreal receive-, one million dollars and also a donation of the  V  imniLi  ,������  I IUIWU  Not less, but if, possible; more* loyal  to Canadian institutiongs thau other  frateernai societies, Tiie Knights of  yytnias have nrruruged' to?* a family  picnic to mark the anniversary of Dominion Day, July 1st.   -  The arrangements are very simple.  Knights with their family and friends  will assemble in fiuscrof t's Grove on  Wednesday at the hour most convenient to thehj. Each family will have  a basket for  its  own  members  and  .     . f  invited friends with possibly enough  for one or more expected late arrivals.  Bev. W. 6. Blake has been appointed  a special committeeon Children's sports  and will have some, prizes for the winners.   There will probably   be  a ball  lana  iromr-ing  on   aneroroOKd., su-eei-  valued at  one quarter  ot "a million  dollars.   Haifa million dollars is pro-1***016 between the grorfn-ups and sonje  vlded for the Boyal Viotoria Hospital.  All his land at Pictou. Nova Scotia, is  given to Mr. J. Hardest-y Smith of  Montreal, who also gets $123,000.00.  One short clause in the will is "A_nd I  declare that I am and I intend -to re-  main a doraiced Scotsman." The wiii  was made in 1903 and is contained on  thirty- nine pages of typewritten  paper.-��������� Merrith Herald.  races for the ladies and* contests, eto.  In the fact the whole thing will take  after the nl&rQ cf the -old time fats.!*7  picnic whicn is often theme with some'  of onr" parents even tothe present day,  Knights and especially esquested to  come out to the meeting on Monday  evening and learn f crtbea of the arrangements.  PORI RFPJM  vviivvu   iiKpr vier  punisip nnnynT'niiP  onuwo rnuinuHurid  The following is a list of pupils who  obtained "Rolls of Honor," at the pub-  (Div. i.)��������� Proficiency, Lillian Cherrington; Regularity and Punctuality,  Harold  Gobbett;    Deportment,   Alice  ������?****-Ik ������.<���������_*-���������.  LATEST PHOTO OF FAMOUS CANAL BUILDER  .  A party ofautoista arrived atDnck  Greek Siding on Saturday*, afternoon.  Finding it imn^pessible to get onto the  road at "Sirdar "they "hatt- 1������ put -their  auto onto a flat car and get the switch  resgiue to *ik-.'them'**toUaek Creek. ?  Artnost enjoyable danoe ttas held at  Mr. Paul Hagen's house en Friday,  June 19th, it being the 17th Anniversary  of Miss Anna Hagen's .birthday. A  large crowd waa present and everybody  had a good'time.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Butterfleld wish to  announce the engagement of their  youngest daughter, Phoebe, to Mr.  Frank .T. May. of thia place.  ��������� Mr. Wm. B. Soott. Deputy Minister  ot Agriculture, accompanied by M. 8  Middleton, Provincial, Horticulturist,  arrived here on the eastbound train  Tuesday. After seeing a shipment of  ***. 200 orateB of eferawberrles loaded on the  train, the party left In Guy "Lowenburga  automobile for Mr. Wigen'e ranoh,  where they had lunoit and looked over  the BtraA betry fields, after whioh Guy  Lowenburg drove them into Oreston.  Mr. Soott was enthusiastic over the  beautiful oppiaronoe of the borrIob,* and  also with the care with whloh they  were handled..  Mat Hagen was aOteston caller Tnesday.  MiBt.0B Qlga Wigon and Ann i Hagen  spent Wednesday In town.  MiBfl Falroloth, who has had oliorgo  ofthoiohool here* for the last twelve  month., left ouThttfsday for Boston,  where ������he will sail on the White Star  Lluer, Cymric, for JUngland.  709 orates of strawberries have heen  i-_i-pix*4by tho OooporaUvofruitgrow-  etd of Wynndel in the last week.  t jl scon VISITS  GBESTOH D1STB10T  We pnblish here with a new photograph of Colonel George W. Goethals,  builder of-the Panama Canal and f utnre Governor of the Canal Zone, the photo  was taken in the smoking salon of the United Frnit Steamer Metapan. Colonel  GoethalB, because of his eqcellent administration in the Canal Zqne has been  much sought after as Police Commiss_one| of Kew York Oity-  W. E. Scott, Depnty" Minister of  Agrioultnre, made* one of thope pro-  verbiaS, ministerial? '.peaiSesU.  Visits to ouif-aisferict. on^*_������esjaay.  ULEB RE Wi  "jr?*"IB.^   The horticultural branch bf"t__e*-������-.v  ..������_������������������ '      5*a_iis_enc of Agriculture at Viotoria ha*  According to the Daily News be   a as  met at Duck Creek hy the Secretary (?)  of tbe Board of Trade Guy Lio wen berg,  and tttere visited Wigen's strawberry  patch Prom there he was whisked -by  auto to Oreatoh and succeeded In getting,  j iui 4i_uw"710W  who wanted to 8e^ him and missing  several of those he wanted to see besides several of tho e who wanted to  S������9 fcina and whom "h*. nhould. in  courtesy to our disttict, have sought.  ' Among, them the secretary of the  Famer's Instute with whom he only  managed to get a scant half mimit-i as  the train pulled in ahd out again.  No doubt the deputy , minister  "covered'* the district-4ike tBe fellow  went throngffei College, in at the ttttyt  door and out at the back.  There were some farmer* wiio Would  like to have had a chanc9 to discuss  with the minister matters whioh to  them were important,1 thore so than tho  political issne.  Tho Reiow dislikes to bo fotced into  the position of expressing censure on  the representatives of the government  which it loyally support* but we owe  to our readers something niore than to  he blindly led around by the none by  politicians tvhoso eiense of the fitness of  things is no moro elOvfttdd than to call  tho late auto tour a visit to the drlatrlct  iBBued the following rules for Picking  Grading and Shipping Strawberries  and Raspberries:  STRAWBERRIES  1.   Moke pickings as soon as the color of the berries indicates the proper  msrk^V-*i-__'i%qsr������.fcy".~^sr*T5nK" espress  shipments  piokings   should   be  made,  in olean, new cups Have the top layer of berries,, coma slifhtly over the"  outside edge of tbe.oupstand so as to  .give an attractive appearance, "  ���������; 9." As soon as packed place the  ^ups in the orate s?id keep in a cool  ������d������oe-_,-Jr> nainats- ������������ covers -nse "fonr:' -  ���������^Uajls to the cleat.. Do-QOfr.nail -superfluously as it irritates'the ennsumex. aim  deflects from the packers reputation^  10- Cool tbe berries down to 60"  before shipping. This may be done by  1 >aving the fruit in the   night air and  ���������(John Dodds,  1.  RASPBERRIES  Piok the berries aa soon as the  when  berries    show  about  one-third  color, the degrae of C(.lor depending on, fruit wiU B,iP off 'the  oore  without  ' crumbling or mashing.   Every berry  thu distance of thc market.  2 Make frequent pickings, going  over the vines on alternate days. Immediately after a period of rain go over  the whole patch, cleaning up, all the  fruit and sending the fruit that is fit to' CUP and **?** busier rromoperecep.  the cannery. j tap\e to ivnotber any raspberries  that  3 Pick in tho cpo.1 part of the dny are to be shipped: Have a separate  if pop8ible and do not. allow the fruit to ������������P, cannery berries. Throw awfty  stand in the snn or dust after rioklng. an^ berries Bhowing de'oay. Da not  Carry the sfi^nds to the pa king shed lit V^ono over-ripe berry In tho shipping  onco after they have been filled. | onp as It will spoil  the  4.   E.ioh picker Rhould he provided row**** condition of the  with stand-holding sis cups,   Remove ^1 be ruined*  the hordes from the vine b.   breaking*   ������������������?���������   Berries  should   not  ho   picked  while tho bushes  are   damp,  that is red must come off the vine.  ,  2.   Fiesers must use  small  carriers  ' attaohed to tlie waist so as ta hold the  cups.   Pick directly into the shipping  (Div*. II)���������Proflcienoy, Gladys Bftrra-  olbugh; Regularity and punctuality,  Henry Brown; Deportment, Arthur  Dew,  (Div, ni)���������^Proficiency, Harry Compton; Regularity and Punctuality,  Frank Maione; Deportment, Walter  I*eamy.  The following is a list of promotions  at public sohool:  (Div. 1)���������From Jr IV to Sr. IV:  fijrma Hayden, Evelyn. Burton, Mabel  Buscroft, Edna Holmes, Katie Boffey,  SttBie Miller, Ella Leamy, Ray Miller,  Lionel Porrester, David Dow. Perov  Boffey, and Harold Goodwin.  Prom Sf. HI to Jr. IV;  Selen   Moran,    LUUan    Cherrington,  Alice Embree, Mnriel Hobden, Esther  Bradley, and Harold Gobbet.  From Jr. IH to Sr. Ill;  Rose      Cherrington,     Mary    Dew,  Audrey Attridge, Dorothy Carpentar,,  Grin Hayden, Denzel Maxwell, Gladys  Barraclough,  Hazel  Hobden, Wilfrid  Burton,  Teddy Blake, Herbert Boffey  and Frauk Romano.  (Div. II )^From   Sr. II to��������� Jr. IH:.  Ruth ComDton.-Agnes;McPeak, Arthur  Gobbet and I_|onei Moore.  Ben  Embree^  :Henry-Bvown.  1_.rom Sr. I to Jr., JU:   ,  Agnes  Hobden, Annie  Maione,   Susie  Hurry, Elmer Burton,  aud. Ethel Price.  From Jr. 1 to Sr. I:  James Dodds, Joe,  Romano, Arthur Dew, Gordon Stanley^"  Rita Barraolough a_*td Harry Benney.  (Div. IIIjUFrom Second' Primer  to  |First Reader:  ���������*. *    -      r������ _���������������������������������        WW..       --__���������       TT._  J_lUUU>t3    miVBU|  JUVM  aUIIUOD, XlrUlrU    J-ilU-  CENSUS eUREAU  issues mmm  In a bulletin issued  to-day    by   the '  Census and Statistics Office preliminary  estimates are giveu of the areas, sown  to the principal grain crops in Oanada.  as well aa reports  on   their  condition,  according to returns  made  by  crop-  reporting correspondents on   June   x .  The reports show that thoughoutthe  Maritime provinces seeding was delay- -  ed thoush the lateness of  the   spring.'  In Ontario and Quebec the condition of  grain is  generally  satisfactory,   no t-  withstanding  a   long   spell   of    dry  weather; in many places however the  meadows were  beginning   to     suifex*'  from   effects  of    drouth    Condition  throughout the west were   renorted ass  generall   favoujable,   though      rains.,  would be welcome especially in   Manitoba and southern Alberta.'  The total area under wheat in Canada- >  is provisionally estimat^ at H-2Q3-8QC.  acres, or 188,800 acres more than in 1913.  The area under spring wheat is reported as 10,230,500 acres, or 185,600   acres  more than in 1913, and the area expected *o be harvested of fall wheat is  973,  300 acres or 3,300 acres more than  last  year.   The acreage of oats is placed at  10,811,000 acres as compared  with  10,,  431,000 acres last year an  increase   of  377,00a acres.   Barley occuple 1,604,000  acres, or 9,000 acres, less than last year,  and rye 111,070 acres as compared with  119, 300 acres last year.   Tbe estimated  area under hay and cloveris 8,200>000 a-  CITITD Eu������,4.uu_|Kueu.  'f.-tiSlJio.Jaii.tiSli^  with 8,109,  yvrvtv t__. o_r -.ta, .  __!  Arthur ^-Stanley,, ancq    Ifilas^ tBrefr^^'NSriliW^-������rn_*c>vti-e������^ g|  Manitoba, Saskatchwan and alberta,  thetotal wheat area is estimated at 10,  247,400 accrea as compared with 10,030,  000 acres in 1913; that of oats at _T,6g&,  000 acres a. compared with 5,792,000  acres in 1913; that of barley at 1,041,000 j  rest  and   the  whole  orate  H II ._i,ii-IiII-I.miiMW<*..iW  CARD OF THANKS  Mr. and Mra P. G. Kbbntt and family moBt sincerely thank tbo many  kind frlonds and neighbor������-r-and especially the boys���������who gave their holp nnd  sympathy on tho opoa.lon of tho aud  death of their beloved sun, Johu.  Georgo Hondren, and Jack Smith of  OrcHtou and Joe Dublo, of Kitohenor,  returned oarly Saturday morning from  ���������l,o AVhif-n r4roi)HH Connti'V wllOl-O tliev  had gone to bring down tho body of  Whlto Man Jim Crawford who diod  alone lit his -.back this Spring, The  funeral took plaoo at Port HIU ������>n  Mondav under   ausplot a  of  the  Odd  Hollows-  Parker William., the lone opposition  iu the provincial houso iand standaid-  bout'i* for tho Socially Party, uddrdna-  ed a meeting in tho auditorium oil Saturday evening, He waa accompanied  by Mr E. Winqhi to. Vancouver. Thoro  was a vory flno attendance and tho  Npeakers mado a vory fair improoolon  on-tho audionoo. Mr. Willlnma is on  aggrotitiivo aud Rvry oppoultiou uud hut*  to hin credit, championing hoimi of the  voi������y best idoas of modern legislation  soma of whloh are part cf tho Socialist  platform.  Tho acryloo in tho Prosbytorian  Church on Sunday will bo of a patriotic  order, at 11 A.' M. tho children will  ausemblo with the congregation. Tho  service Will be oommenorativo of tho  hundred y������tavt>. of peace between   C  <tml*m  m*������  the Btotn over the fore-fluper iu giving  the berry a little side motion Do .not  Injure the berry in anyway, either' by  pressure or by tearing It away from the  calyx or "���������hull". Pick tho vinofl clean  and placo soft berries in separate cups  for the oaunory, throwing the culls a-  way.  5, Pack tho berries iu a cool shod  havtbg plenty of light. Boforo packing  remove the bertles from tho paoking  cupo, placing thomnpon a ninth covered  packing framo Bo suro the barrios aro  perfectly dry boforo paoking. Forcing  currents over the borrios whllo they are  Upon lho fromoH removes all moisturo,  brings out tho lustre rm tho fruit and  leaven it. In a cool condition.  C Vbb rxp.Tl.4-er.rt V'*^!kcr,��������� y'or  long diatouco shipments mako at least  throe grades .... A. Distant Market  Grado, using only sound partially color-,  ed frnit. B Local Markot Grade, ua.  only sound aud woll colored fn.tr. (D.  Gainieiv Grado, which lnoludos a good  quality of rlpo fruit. All br*rrl*.a showing the least Indication of decay or de-  terri.-ri.tiou ate culls and must bo  thrown away. Suoh borrlos will spoil  the rent of tbo   orate,,  8.    When pnoktug for market cat | nwu,  either  from dew, rain or fog, except for cannery purposes.  4,   Soo that tho cups are filled to  the top.  Pickers must not plnoh tho berries,  nor hold them In tho haud to be crushed.   The berry should be taken firmly  between tho fore-finger and tho thumb,  with a lateral twist removed from the  core and placed directly in tho shipping cup.   Pinching makeB a rod discoloration after the berry has beeu on  tho market a few days, which is followed by premature softening and decay.  ' 0 As noon ns ploked place tho cups  in a cool place. Nevor allow berries  to stand in tho sun or dust after being  picked. For exprcas shipments ooal  tho berries to UO by tanning with  night air and ship tho following morn-  InK.  gate and Caroline Torohia.  From 1st Primer to Second Primer:  Marion Ash, Alta Attridge,. Harry  Compton, HanryPollittt?Robert Dodds,  Walter Leamy, Marguerite Crawford,  Bobble Hetherington, Teddy Payne,  Robert Crawford, Morlo Reid, Nellie  Heron, Louirq Romano aad Frank  Maione.  From 1st Primer Jr. to 1st Primer Sr.;  Evelyn    Hurry,   Maggie    Broderick,  Donald Spiers and Mildred Maione.   *���������  G. E. SPARKES  Prinoipal  Indian Agont Galbraith was a visitor  to Creston Tuesday and Wednesday.  as compareu ���������vu^nrr>'-j_^>>-wau_������_a.__ lQiOm-  These differences represent, inceases of  211,400 acres for wheat, 294,000 acers for  oats and 10,000 acres for  barley;   of  a |  _. . _     i   ,. __r mm   *tu\      xr���������      * _.  i,uu_i ntvicpao ui u_i,_.d auica    _u_    vuo \  three orops as   compared  wltli   1913?  The wheat area inr Manitoba Ib   somewhat less than laat year, viz: 2,788,000  acres as compared with 2,804,000 acrtaj  in 1913.   In Saskatchewan  the   acres [  under wheat is 5,848,300 acrea as   compared  with  5,720,000  acres,   and    ln|  Alberta it is 1,011,100 acres against  1,  512,000 acroa.  On June 1 the condition of Held crops, ]  meacured by a standard in which  1001  repesents the dromise of a fnll crop was  very favourable.   The  points  are   us I  follows:   Fall wheat 70. spring  wheat  93, all wheat 91, oats and barley 92, rye  89, peas92, mixed grains 93,   hay   audi  clover 90, alfalfa 88 and postures 90.  Tho General Delivery of Post  Office  will bo open July 1st from i :30 to  6:30  only.  \ ���������  % ���������bend tor our prices uu iuri.itur������., we  pay tbe freight.   O. 0.8,  Tho Review has i������ complete atook of  I rm-no-r on bnnd nnd \* always In raadl-  Mr. Simms. representing A. O. Bow-  noes, of Cranbrook, was in town Tuesday.  Mrs. Bowles and daughter Susie arrived on tho Westbound Tnursdnv.  Mrs. J. E. Healey, of Cowley, Alta.  anlvodou Tlnuuduy for a abort vlalL  With Mrs. A, B. S. Stanley.  Saturday afternoon occurred the funeral of John Kbbntt. whoso occidental  drowning ou Friday afternoon shocked  the  whole  community.   There   waa a  hiiui> luwi-oivfc nnd aumcronn floral trl-  butos.  Through an oversight wo neglected  to montton In laat week's paper the  receipt of a beautiful boqnet of Sweet  Peaa from tb������������ ranoh of Mrs. Fairhead.  Tbey woro tho eavllokt and tne moat  boautlfni we uavo aeon cms season ana.  we are informed thoy are blooming  profusely even in this dull weather.  Mower  Embree.  Knives Ground, by W.  ������, .-* ti,,    rt.~it,..v   en-.,,���������.     ,.T>  ������'������iii ������i������n hi* th* ������������.*���������������..������ or  n,#.  av.������.-iI������>0.I       8.   Whi'ii pnoktug for market r.ai*|nww,  to Ao  your printing  for you  on  service. .   |uniform bUmhi of berries,   placing thom' abort notice.  Lotus  do  your   printing  for yotf.  Prices right and satisfaction guarant  The Creston Review.  Advertiuur will give a 10 y������tu* 1������m_  on G aores of Crt-tod oholce fruit laut_|  With running stream, very uomlni  rental, Special advantages given to tb.  right people, Particulars apply at tht  Rovlew Ollloo.  Tctir.g   Pljjc   Por    Sftlo-^YerftehlrT  Whltos, from good bows and reglsterc  boai- from the Agassiz  Exporlmet  Farm $4 each at alx weeks.   Also ���������om*  brood sows.   The above boar ia r^ad)  foraerrloe, Fee������2.00, MANNAFOOll  Crcaton, B. a.  0, C Z., _5_.<i_.ii'ajTuiq OnAMnivw  OO.OPERATIVB 8TORES.  ,_Ct; X0,     .������  .   xm������ Xtlx.XIm,*   xif.       ^^v.^r.  JUU Ot lik**0*****i*Ax**H *0X,   *fKlAS***0*S*Sk .  Uavo |0,000 equity in valuable  *- ������ ii-*.ip������-..>   iui u_ua.     cttti*   fv. Ml. ������M>IU  1 wiiie ilia, -.luuiiuetou, uraAMnofe, M. ���������;P--?Iy^I^y  THE   PBBBTcm.;. mfiyiEVr ,   sji%������L B. ]D.  "������w������i*'���������~"���������l,'"",~*���������"���������"���������"������������������'���������"���������^-������������������������������������'������������������_I_-____h������_-..M"������������>"*  :^^i*SF^ ^35___^  ix T / v i  1'""  \m   ��������� "������������������_Hjjg  D A ���������VI/' "I_J l; l> <_:  i\._fv-i n v^ n jc rvo  . ' ". >.'; 3 '"���������  I    11 i ft f^ arv  JL^UllIIg"  4-t*?^  II IC  lers  .HU1.1U1  it   t*  iui  l__/t^V  JUIIC    UII  ������Lfc)������i  l\ ll  Mil  _ht on;,rsi  IVCllIA^l i  r>a ^\   T  W 4- _r~* 4- 1 _Ov <iK _ _   _ _    _  .  otaLiuiiq:!^  Order Today and Secure  i s co y_n  -: ;y  *  S **������  6  reston ^evielto  Published every   Friday at CreBton, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  Uf  -iti  ti)  -^-1**. **./������*��������� a*' f*.m*.0g .0*. 0*. ^ ��������� j*.**.** .^. *g .<&.0*. ?* .0*. ** .** .i*>. ^  - .^m. ^������_.S__..i__-_^���������___..___..___���������_S._^-..._S_.<S-. .^__. .=���������g-..g^.-.-=^���������<=- .r^. .g=s_^_���������^_L..____-_^.  ^.^���������������^'s__^<^������_^������r-"^������r-������_^������_>s^?^  NOTICE!  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, circulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Creston district and  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertising rates  nre based on the scale of the Kootenay aud Boundary _.. -iters' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land leaBG notices, $7 for statutory time. * Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 6 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. C.ntribntious mnst be brief and  ���������signed.        Y  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  What a change has come  over the churches. Fifteen  years ago no one would have  dreamed of a religious convention passing ��������� resolutions  other than those dealing directly with spiritual affairs.  Today these conventions are  dealing assessments, the initiative and referendum and a  host of other questions which  in other clays were popularly  supposed to belong altogether  to the realm of practical poli  iti  jij The present Lessee,   Editor  and manager of  iii    the Creston Review, A. B. S. Stanley begs to state  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  vV'.  tected,    and    the    prospector  doesn't   count.    He    doesn't  wear  horns  or  a   hide  that  would attract hunters of large  game,   and   all   mining   and  game   legislation    iu   recent  years iu this province appears  to have had but   one object in  view���������to drive the  prospector  out of the  country and make      Mr. George Bury vice-pres-  our forests a preserve for th._ ident of the  Canadian Pacific  that he has not been responsible in any way for  the sending out of notices threatening court procedure fpr delinquent subscribers. He has only  had to do with this paper since July ist 1913.  At the same time he would appreciate it if those  who owe from that time would come in to see him  about the matter as it costs considerable to get out  the paper and money is scarce.  m  m  m  m  m  m  te*  m  m  in  -m  M  )_.  i_tf  '#f&G*m*%mi&mt^^  Transfer^ Livery arid Feed Stables I  ro. Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand   ������g  ro  is  TEAM   SLEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and Cutters GOAL FQR SALE  vet S'i  ^^'^���������^'^'^^'^l^'^l^.^.^l^^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.-^.^^/ll'  make appointments of parasites whose only ability is to  acclaim their alliegauce to  the party in favor now.  professional big game hunter  and tourist-���������Slocan Record  Yes and   the Crcstou   Review  It is a sign of the times I would go further and say that  tics.  and the sign is a good one, so  long as these themes are discussed in a non-partisan \v?*y.  ���������Calgary   Herald.  Bears have this spring done  considerable damage to the  prospectors' buildings on  Springer creek and other  camps in thc district. They  hrcr.L. into cabins looking for  food. I lirougii ooneliead  legislation the   bears are pro  as long as the present system  continues, which hands over  the administration of thc laws  to the pack of pinheaded  party-nominees now iu power,  ihe prospector, or the farmer  or the Canadian resident will  have no look-in on game or  land or anything else. The  govyrnmeut lias good men  all over who would properly  administer tne laws hut it  seems   more   fashionable   to  Railway Company upon beiug asked for his opinion of  thc   present   financial  string-  experience that such a stringency as that through which  the country is passing there  was about a year of bad times.  The people have become  timid with regard to invest-'  ment and when sufficient time  has elapsed to eradicate the  effects of recent difficulties,  there will   be  a   marked   im-  tfij  Hi-  W  lift  \v_)  ii1.  "#  j55   Phone 66 Sirdar Avenue Box 14  H. S. MeGreath, Prop.  eucy ' aud as to what he,provemeut. As far as the C.  thought the future had in P. R. is concerned we believe  store  said:    'There  is no fi- that the destiny   to which thc  potentialities of .Western Cau-  uancial stringency of consequence, the present trouble  being that people are timid as  to investments. I am firmly  of the opinion that conditions  will improve shortly but no  oue can   in aire   more   than   a  ada entitles her must be realised through diversified farm*,  iug. We have established  ���������twenty-five. demonstration  farms on the prairies and are  also   supplying   stock   of   all  guess as to when this will kinds to settlers on thc easiest  occur and if I were guessing terms". In short, we are doing  i should say that the change everything wc can to encour-  will he felt this fall.   It is my age the people in thc direction  of mixed farming and we have  found that there is a growing  tendency to go fiom the purely grain   16 mixed  farming."  Continuing Mr. Bury  stated that the greatest problem of today at least in Canada and the. United States  was to get the people back oh  the soil. The sohUionMs to  try to make farming more  profitable and pleasant.  In one of the prairie cities  recently'there was a demonstration . of unemployed,  Whilst at the same time there  were demands ou farms nearby for 3,000 men.' The rail*  road j tried'to... meet thc. problem by making the low rate  of. one cent per mile but only  600 or 700 took advantage of  thc offer. Personally I have  not been quite long enough  on the coast to know whether  you have au unemployment  question, but the papers have  referred to it so i presume  that  something  of the  same  condition prevails here. Discussing the opening of the  Panama Canal, Mr. Bury said  that the time would come  when much of the prairie  wheat wonld.be  via the coast.  In the Spot Light  On tht-stotfBOf buamMS the ������pd  light������ on the wan who a_|vcrti*e������,  Our CUtttfiod Wm. Ad. will  place you t* your watOm in tke.lhra  ...lifi in mi |>ubtar attention.'  If you kkwe -tot tried *i$ic������i, their  illuiminwiaf power wiii apprise you.,  ���������wmU-m. l-t *> ���������������������# mmmtt  |tf_-__H_WMia������lll__������HI  PfJiKV Jr.   X/intst*  r>or������r������*Ti/nl   *>*f  _^������ ��������� xmg^   ������_.������      ���������  *0*m0     .\v..v ������v %*.������������    \0m  Subscription to the  rnroTOii   nriririu  IRLOIUIY RLV1CW  II ll^mmiiiimmmMmmtmmia  mmMm*M#>mmVm0K  X-.*i*i>i*^^  im * ���������l_i-__*_i*iintt������ift������rti*i.Mt4*iM^ ___*_������_-.  gXSWjH i'kf&&jztOl$li '���������*������. Q.  /^������*y^1  ���������i*    .*���������: Y>-������"-d  *iwftyn������>i wyw;;  *    MM  TBlf  bSffitti.. W SVTflt  It is interesting to be told  that a  very  COuSiucfauAc uLa-  jority of the British people  are determined that ��������������� tihere  must be no interference with  us in our dealings with the  question of immigration to  Canada from other parts of  the empire. The surprising  thing to Canadians is that it  should be considered necessary to mention' this fact at  all.  Downing street dominion  of, or interference in, the gov-  nment of the overseas dominions is something we imagine  was'so very much dead that  it had:~ ceased even to bea  memory. Apparently there  are still some people in Great  Britain who laber * under the  delusion that the dominions  should be instructed in matters" of internal government  from empire headquarters,  but those people are in such  meagre minority and are  in such meager minority and  are characters so well understood by Canadians that it is  not necessary to waste cable  tolls telling us how little  weight their opinions   carry.  With referance to India,  Great Britain has a difficult  problem in the way of government to solve, and it must be  admitted that Canada's refusal  "to permit the landing of  Hindu." immigrants has most  likely further complicated  that problem. But the blame  for this, lies less with Canada  than it does with the home  government.  It is not inconceivable that,  had the colonial office, b  ci-^ssly |������ touch withr affairs  afe it should have been the  Hindu excursion party now  making trouble for Canada  snd the British government  off the Pacific coast at Vancouver would never have set  sail for the east. Iu some  respects, with all the troubles  it has at home, the task of  empire management seems to  be a little bit too much for  the Asquith aggregation.���������-  Calgary Herald.  1  ' JQL ������_# '      ^rmm.l\mtJk^f.������I\l^ .O mTmmlTX   -KL  OF COMMERCE  .,   SIR EDMUND WALKER, CjV.O., ____.������., D.CJU, President  AIJ_CAMDER __AIRJ>������ General Manager JOHN AIKD, Ass't General M_uu_ger.  CAPITAL. $15,000,UUUi*    HESEHVE. tUHj $13,5  -���������-a.  <TI*_ __���������������_*������ l������    T*������Jj_*__"__**'������**-_  >Wj-.a������������a-*���������������*     i 1WIW9  METHODIST CKURGH  Publio Worship, 10;'S0 and 7:30 P. M..  Sunday School and Adult Bible Class  ���������* -������   , 0.0.     X     *.*���������  J. A . OV   -_..U-L.  Come and you will be made welcome  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday at 11:15 a. in.  and 7:30 p. m.  , Sabbath School and Adult Bible Class  at 10.30 a. ra.  W. G. Blake  - Minister  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 10:80  Benediotion 7;B0  Every first Sunday of the month.  Father John O. M.I.  Accuracy  ���������JptinguishJ i  N&  SAVINGS B&N& ACCOUNTS  .(���������.ii;  ��������� Interest, at the current rate ajvallowed on all deposits of $1 and  upwards. Ckreful attention is giyetvjto every account. . Small accounts  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 them or by tbe survivor. S21  -      . ������A. ,-' V  "  f        *% **..*������  SYNOPSIS OP GOAL MINIG REGULATIONS  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE -  r*w  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  >'}JM  liiiiiy  v?*wi_ns    illicit  I  B  THS   HOME  OP   THB  TRANSIENT  m  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  _-������/*���������_#=. mm _s  ��������� *, *_*>*������ ems ������_������  THE BEST AND  MOST  r*QFUimAR HOTEL. IN  THE   KOOTENAYS  Run  on strictly  up-to-aate  lines. Unexcelled service in  all . departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The. bar is supplied with  only the best brand of goods.  Porters'Meet Trains  Wm A, HERON,  MANAGER  *<*���������������  =*\S"\^. %  UoM^StgoonOdentfel.    ���������ent free. OWent agency tor aecn:  IK oa Patents  spatei....  xqcelre  mt free, Oldest anenoy for aecnrtnspa  Pateau taicsa tSrougb Mann ft Co.  .jst&mfmS&tcs, wltlsoa. euarge, in ins  Sckittifte American.  K baadaomelr Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms lot  Canada. 9S.1S a year, V-ttage prepaid. Sold by  jdLnfttnitaalei-. ������������������  mmAOofj^^ New Jfgrk  VSjr  A*%  ^������^r  Shi  tu  a*-.  w  iigh Power"  Repeating  /Riffle fS.o.425  jlist Price $20.00  ������S5*:30-3Q-.3Z and .35  7    "~  y calibers       ^  (jUttfiemington Auto-loaditiff  Cartridges,   ,  ,   fl Big Game Riffe that  orsFittT NoJ-alRi "So Jam  ^, Older front your Of ,Tw.' ���������  (8. nd for Usmbonwly Ulu-traM  \Kife c������{a������������.%������:    i  '_->���������?___._ v������__ Ji  _-?  3   mnm  1 -   j. Swwens HrinSfl.ilOO._Cd,  .r.ouo_soo������. "*  fifticopee Falls, Mass:  Coal mining rights oi the Dominion,  in 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 of $1 ac acre. Not  more than 2r560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease mnst be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.   ���������>  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal sub>-  divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for . shall be  staked ont by the applicant himself.  Each app-ieitips must be accc__-pa_iie_  by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded if XTrvmTOT������ _-%.���������-. >->��������� * -*-r.~-^ ~   -  the rights applied for are not available  JLNVJ' A -JA-JC. \jr V^������l1N1_;i1.1-/J-/A���������  but: not otherwise,    A royaltysshall be hmwivt r\-o t}*i?OT?nx7*i?  paid on tbe merchantable output of the JL.lvJ-LN \Jr  K xiot^iCV-J..        '  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 pav��������� the *oy-���������������_-.���������,. .,������,���������_-. .-      ,,. ,������,., ...        ��������� %*  alty thereon.   If the coal mining rights, G^tte on October, 10, 1912, is cancell-  are not being, operated, snch returns ed in so far as it relates to the following  should be furnished at least once a year  ������__fc  Creston Valley Investment Co.  Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice of which appeared in the B, C.  expired timber liaenses:���������  4481, 9082, 11847. 21907, 22601, 23116.  The lease will include the coal mifa  ing rights only, bnt the lessee  may be  permitted to purchase whatever avail- 24.���������9 0/m-     Q9     ai 11ftft  ab'e surface rights may be considered | J*44^* *i6537* 26926������ 88183* 808?8* ^lllJ0.  necessary for the working of the mine 31184, 31185, 31201, 31330. 31481, 32022,  at the rate of $10 an acre. '  For full information application should  be made to the* Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa,ior to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior..  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication pf  thiB advertisement 'will not be paid for,  -30690.  -4  A. MirabeSH  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  ASPEOIAL.TY  '������   clasfe  Dealer in   hig'i  boots and srioes.  32711 33411, 33459, 33460, 34221, 34273,  34310; 36502, 37580, 37093, 379*4, 41344,  41426 and 43176.  B. A. Renwick,  Deputy Minister,of Land?.  Lands Department,  Victoria, B.C.  Mar 31st., 1914. June 0C  Real Estate and Insurance  King George Hotel Block,   4th. Street,    CRESTON, B. C.  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE. ������  Now ��������� is   lhe   time   to  get   busy   and   purchase  S  Creston   Land,   beiore   the  rush   lo  the Cm  "WniHlGrfiil..Cnsdnn Yollev" I  ��������� ��������� WS������"U_l S5i5   *    v������ n0\0jL.<*0K.a. ff UlllJ V ^0  which is rapidly coming to the front  and proving  (&  to  be  the   Banner  District   of  British   Columbia.  ^  g>       We  have  listed  for sale  Choice  I.ots ^  ^  SOSiniESS AHD RESIDENTIAL \.  Improved Ranches and partly improved from  io 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  Box  36  Creston,  B. C.  ������-3"������"*a-fr-4>-������-fr-fr-������-������->*  .I___j|_-___ii  Fhe Ideair  Summer ;y  .   I' ':tr\n%irt     MtiCn-'  JL VSIIJLV     J^O  '���������-.'    ���������'.''.   ftitititi'.:---;  7-7?      ,;.. ;   .  N^ars Peptonized  Beef, Iron and  ;;"   Wine :' .  A Quick Acting  Tonic for Nervous  People  Dollar Bottles  y  Creston  Hotel  w  Tft*  T 0>'<*A������**rt  m .mm   mmmmmrnxxm*xjf  Hotetoftbe  Fruit    Belt  m  Our   Guests  Cah   cngain  \/OU will make no mistake  Y when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  tlte Creston 7 Hotel. Travelling  m������ii will substantiate this. We  study ;the ponlfbrt of our guests.  The' rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  /��������� Bm Moran  Prop.  x    ^^m    .^mm     ____.    ^m^    ".^mm    ____v    ____f   . ___^     ____* ' ____t   ��������� ____f ..'���������        ____     ^_._.     _ ������__.   '.. ..  ��������� ��������� _#���������__��������� 0*, * 0^���������*������0** 00* ��������� <__r '.*'^^* <__r ��������� *^* 0**��������� __T * /__!: ��������� -_!__v *-.^__. *__!___��������� ^l*v*. ��������� __!_R��������� ^"k ������ tS*v  ^^���������*?Br''i5--r,'^^"*S--r������^^^Br������ i*������j>"������r; ���������^���������',*Br������������r' ��������� ���������<__���������* "v^'^-^rjjr^^^r^  w  to  to  to.  _/,  We Are Specially Equipped To  All Kinds of  to Us *  ?! *  Do ^R  n  HOW LONG WILL THEY HOLD THEIR PLACES  The*-above in lho liUnat photograph of Prcsldonb Iluortn. Ho is shown horowlih 1 n tho loft >v I th hlB Minister of  iWur, Oonornl Bliuiquot. 'I heir hold on tho Dcfltlny of tho oxtoiin Itopn *o soo ns t bo alippli) at a rapid paoo. Har  raMnud by iutorual otrifo with CiiiTaiiKti nnd Villia who holds many irnporiMit towns in Northern Mexico, aud Zapp������tO  nnd hla followers occupying unuiy places in Southern exloo, aomo of them nnoomfortubly uoar tho Cupito], Huerta has  nil he can do to tnnlntuln his present ponitlon, Ah though he did not have enough trouble ou hitnd, a froth and more  N'rinuH uiili.'ulty is now r.iotiiK him, and which If he continues IiIm present ntnnd, will reHnlt in war with tlio United'  Htu-OH. 11 norta while nerving Mudoi-n wan not known iih a man of mwiiiu. Ho Is uow worth, it Ih nald, ab mt $0,000,000  |_nd wo wonder how much more he* \v .uts to "gather" beforo ho takes his long del tyud trip to Paiis.  to  to  to  Hit  Wm\     JP    m* 0M ma    ������������-������-*.      m0m   *, m*    .-M ***. W     F 0m* t       M     . m _-..  unn^ 111   kuui  rr ���������-^ _^  my tw*S j-^-f^r  mjhmf'rtm I fi ir\l  0.4 m* +*a  ...    ���������* *  l&Cft,  V%J  Jam*    W mm*,  I.11C  DRVIFW  V       V  ^ :*_& ^ m*frmmml 'f^mmtA^mm\m !^S_ ^__t'!_____l Q^'^2_-_> *J3tOft _^   ^-b '^S_t !__S__1 * A ��������� *������������������**.  '���������s^*tS3^ffa*  I*-**"'    "*"'"������rr^ ,j  )   .������������������.ii  .f,',f imttm*l'"ttt'm'   'ri '"'""' -*' mm**  ^"���������sfti-  ������������������'i\-.ti-:ti.  t xiiiiua^i  jyistims.  hoot Meeting Wilt Be Held on Saturday, July  .'   :.:.    ;    :  : -   '���������   *^-- .    / / J. 1  <3mti  10*  *      *m*m*mm.mm*fx*mi%sm       WJmm f\ smm4SP���������*  xjmfieiyr uiuy   >_&*_**-  _cai./Cj  _5_gffa__a_^  0Bff"a? _?5 0������.  fZDAAjrt zrr/.J9src  V_#J-X_H_.._ Urn"   A    V>V*---  lianas APPLE TifEES cherries  GUARANTEED HOftflE.GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  c*We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  [ALL STOCK DELIVER ED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  Ladies  balloting;MMi\\ WILL  nn mm ,1111 v  Gents' ^iailorincf *  SOIIGE TO CREDITORS  A.  J?  j For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V- JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  Cleaning, Pressing, and  Repairing of All Kint|������ ������  Dry Cleaning   Proce^ .bjjr ,<������  Practical Tailor /  Dress Making b3" Competent  Dressmal^r^^ !���������--.$  'T1'-'   '    '  ine  war  (Jreston Mercantile Co.  Limited  OUR STOCK  OF  PAI  OILS and VARNISHES  IS  COMPLETE'  We handle  a ai     1:1  uiukkunicai \m  uui.1    iw  Orangemen cf this district will thiB  year celebrate .he 24th anniversary of  th^ Battle of the Boyue at Cvanbrook,  for which preparations are now nicely  under way. Am our the lodges expect,  ed to celebrate there on Monday, July  13, are Creston, Cranbrook, Fernie,  Hosmer, Bliuruiort*, Hillcrpst, Wiliner.  The meml-Mi'-i of the Fernie Ladies'  Orango lodge art* also expected. The  committee in oliru-g"- i>*i arranging a  program ofnihloMc -*,*',.*ts whioh will  include a li <���������*"<������������������**<* ������������������ i '��������� This will in  nil tn-olmliility Im- Hi*' i 'i!--*e>rt Orniigo  celebration   iu i.nu   aioiituc  ior,many  -yoar s.  ...  uresmm  uiuuf-uuii-r  and are urruuf.i.-.r  f * a special  train.  ���������������  I  NOXIOUS W151.DS ACT  The owner of Block 84 Kootenay  ���������ViiliQV Lands is hereby notified that  Ko&h-us weeds are Sro"^ing upon the  aforementioned property* aud that tho  said Noxious Weeds niustf'be effectually  destroyed within live days from the  date of this notice, as proyided by Section 4 of the  "Noxious Weeds  Act."  'Penalties for'uon-compliAnce will be  eiiforceil.  \V. C. FORRESTER,   v  Agent, Department of Ajfcrioul.ure  Creston,   B. C. 24th day  of Juiie, 1914.  The return tai .* ���������* Ml   ui $2 45 for adults I  and $1.23 for clu dien.    Oreston band  will be   in   .-irontlau e.    Special   rates  from all intormediate points.  See E. W. llyokman for  your   next  job of tinsiiiithiug or pluming.  of  AV--   J \J\.  When vou want vour next job  i _i.'i. Hmr ������lone. no mat Lei* what th  is, bring it to the Review office. We  guarantee a first-class, job and our  price*, are right.  Paints aDd can sell you Paints, mixed or dry for   your  House, Barn,  Buggy, Wagon, Fence, or for  any purpose whatsoever.  Tbe cheapest GOOD Paint   on  tbe   market.      It  v.  ill  outwear two applications  :f any  other Paint  ! he  Rrestnn ifirnantile fJo_  Limited  FOR   SALE  2 Iron Bed?, 2 Mattressess, 2 Springs,  1 Dresser, One comniade, One Pleating  Stove'an.d Pipe. 1 Dining Table 1 -Kitchen Table, 1 S ���������liil.-r.'.,* i '.t,,-?., 1 Sewing  Machine 1 16-qna':t !__���������.��������� ^1 Pan, 10  J Window Shades. 50 yds. of 6-ft elaicken  wire fence.  Enquire of GEORGE, HEALD  In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret Winifred Hurry, late of Pino  River, in the state of Minnesota, in the  United States of America, deceased.  Intestate,  Notice is hereby given that all creditors aud others haviug claims against  the estate of the said Margaret Winifred Hurry, who died on 'or about the  12th day of January, 1913 are requirod  on or before the 19th day of June 1914  to send by post prepaid or deliver to  Frederick Knight Hurry, Oreston,  British Oclnpabia, administrator off all  and pis-.gulsr the personal estate and  effects of the said Margaret Winifred  Hurry their Chistians and surname.",  .luureBSeo and descriptions, the full particulars of their' claims, the statements  of their accounts and the nature of the  securities, if any held by them.  And further take notice that- after  such last mentioned date the said administrator will proceed' to distribute  the assets of the deceased among the  parties entitled thereto., having regard  only tp the claims of which he shall  then have notice, and the said administrator will not be liable for the said  assets or any part thereof to any person or persons, of whose claims notice  shall not have been received by him at  the time of such distribution.  Dated this 19.h day of June, 1914.  "F. E HUSEY"  Administrator of the Estate of Margaret Winifred Hurry, Deceased Intestate.     '  Now is the time to have y  -     PIANO  TUlSfED  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by  J. Ae P. Crornpt  Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos and  gam at lowest price consistent  GOOD WORKMANSHIP A  !!*������    T&_?rM'?tt_ti  JHd.   I WEN 11 Mi  3nd Door From The Garage  All     T?_iS.,-l-,  X _  EiiirUstt  Will Receive Prompt Attenth,  Workmanshio  Guaranty  NOXIOUS WEEDS ACT  The owner of Block 45 Kootenay Valley Lands is hereby notified that Noxious Weeds are growing upon the  aforementioned property, and that the  said Noxious W eds must be effectually  destroyed within five days, from the  date bf this notice as provided by Section 4 of the "Noxious Weeds Act."  . ...Po-ml-io-i tof -_o_-~oo__-pl-iu.ee .._yll- be  enforced. "  ���������   W. C. FORRESTER,  Agent,   Department of Agriculture  Oreston, B. C? 24th  day of June, 1914  ���������The C. C. S. of Oranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  ?11,   '"���������  vA "Lawn Social'' in aid of the Parish  Church will be held at Mrs. M. Youngs'  "I^psebank",  Fourth   St.   on Tuesday  June 30th at 7:30 p.m.    Admission 25c  Crestori Brass Band will play selections | joining the  Nugget   Mone  during the evening.   All are invited. 24  F. BURNS & Oi  Limited  CRESTON       -      B.^  Head  Offices  CALGARY; VANC  VER; EDMONTO  L ACT  (FORM F.) .  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  MOBTGAGESALE  _2__ae____������____2i__]__^  *���������������*>.  CEffi  W1 LiL      __1  ������-������_.    mr      mm mm-   tm-mmm* l������-__������_l -������������������*_     >���������������������l   -������ mA    ' ____r "^  "J FRUIT TREES?  AND  ORNAriENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON.  B. C.  ���������  ���������  ���������*  All our trees arc Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. Wc carry all thc leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our special 13" is budded stoe'le  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to rauch at prices quoted  ��������� ��������� ���������"'" ��������� ��������� I. .i ��������� i. ��������� I..,. ��������� .I. ���������  For further particulars apply to our local Agent.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  NOXIOUS WEEDS ACT    .  The owiifr of Block 31 Kootenay  Vnlloy Lands is hereby notified that  Noxious Weeds arc growing upou the  il'oroinentrioiif-d property, and that the  t.aid Noxious Weeds must be effectually  destroyed within live days from tho  flute of this notice, as provided by Section 4 of tho  ���������'Noxious Weeds Act,"  Penalties for 11011 compliance will be  enforced.  W. C. FORRESTER,  Agont,   Department of Agriculture  Orcst'on, B. 0 , 2Gth   day of Juno, 1014.  Under and by virtue of the powers  contained in a. certain Mortgage which  will be produced '-'*��������� the time of the  Sale, there will be offered for Sale by  PUBLIC AUCTION"by J. Frank Rose  at the Auditorium, in the town of  Creston in the Province of British Columbia, on the Friday the 10th day of  July A. D. 1914,, at.the hour ' of two  o'clock in thp afternoon, the following  property:  Blocks Numbered Thirteen (13) and  Eighteen (18) being part of Sub-ti; vision of District Lob Number .Eigl-1.  Hundred and Ninety-two (892) Group  (1) Kootonay District in tho Province  of British Columbia according to a  mnp or plan deposited- in the'Land  Registry Olllce at tho City of Nelson  in thesfiid Province nnd numbered 098.  Terms and conditions will bo made  known at. tbo time oi' Stile and in the  meantime on application to  EDWARD ALBERT C1U.ASE,  Nelson, H. 0.   ,  Vendor's Solicitor  Dated this Kith day of May A. D. 101-1  Blue Stone and Black Stone Mineral  Claims situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West" Kootenay District.  Where    located:���������On Sheep   Creak,  on   the  north  Take Notice that I, A. H Green, acting as agent for Pierre Dionne. Free  Miner's Certificate No. 61291B, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for certifi-  catee of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims. '  And further tak? notice that action,  under section  37, must be commence  before the .issuance) of such Certificates  of Improvements.  Dated this  30th day   of  April A. D.  1914.  A. H. GREEN  Dealers in  ���������,"���������? ?MEAT?  Wholesale and R@tS  Fish. Game,  Poultry  and Oysters  in Season  We have the goods,  our prices are reasonal  UTTON1  GUY   LOWENBERG  CpNS-LTiNa Engineer  CRESTON      -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Aooldont Insurance  REAL-ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -      ...      * -   B.C.  for garden aud. farm are!  for B.C.soil. S _ ���������*��������� Catalog-a^  solidj������ue-T������__ttoc> of jpa..  1   e_ne j^<&s'S-_i__a.a.tio_tv  Send now for Copy fn  Sutton 5 Sons.Tho Kind's Sc<  Ro a ct_.n^_ Knj^ljrandJ  A.J.Woedwar  Vici-orio     *\      Vflncouyl  ������I5 Forh Sh A67.aranvlll  soke A-3ENTX red British cat  GET YOUR  Plumbing, Tinning  General Repair Wc  Done by  W. B. Embi  Tho satisfnotion of work w  lingers long after the prioe is  toi  NOXIOUS WEEDS ACT  .i^ff ^p^^p**^ ^P**9 '^mf ^* ^r ^r ^* ^V ^r ^r"'9*^m'^r^$'^&^.v^^^Q *^^^p ^J*-  ;      J. D. SPIERS      t  ���������    I    llf-PITll/    MAin.   WTW% H Mtt>_P-l"l1l   ���������  X Wood for Sale Phone 85 X  ,  Tin* fiwiiiTi nf Week F, fi nor������H adjoining Or.-t.ton Townsito, Kootonay  Vnlley I.andH iH hereby nni.iilod th������'*r  Noxious Wuudi. aro growing upon tho  aforomontloned property, and that tho  miid NnxiniiH WendH nniHt ho effectually  denl.royort wiMiin live diiys from tho  date of Ihis notice, uh provided by Soo-  lion ������1 of l''0 "NoxhuiH  WoedH Act."  IVi.iilticH for non eoniplbinoe will hi*  enforcod.  W. tl. KORK.-HTElt,  Ageud lJi;  ailiiUHil,  ol   -vn������H;iiU'iit*  Oroutou, 13. U. iJUth day  of Jun������j. Itfl**.  NOTICE!  Harri  IN THE MAl'TER OF AN APPLICATION Tor tho isHiio of a duplicate  Oer.ifloato of Title to Part (70 iioi-ob) of  Lot 4r>l)3, Gronpo 1. excepting thorcout  any lands held by Grant Loaso, Agroo-  ment for oalo ov other 'iilienalioiv.by.,tUo.  Crown, Indian Itosei'VOH or SettlomontH,  Military or Naval RosorvoH, LakoHor  Lands in which any porfion othor than  the Crown has n vested interefit.  NOTICE Id HERICBY GIVEN thnt  it is my intontion to.iHmio nt tho oxpira-  tionofono month nf tor t.ho first juihll-  oation hereof a duplicate of tiho C_.rM.l--  entn of Title to the above mentioned  land in the** name of tho Western Canada 1'iri* iiiHiiriinoi* iJiiinpmiy Jjiiiiik-o,  whloh Cert itlciibi Ih ihitisd the 2Rt,h day  or Septoiubor 1007 ami numbered 7U0DA.  (S������d.) I'llKD C. MOFl'WTT,  ky.|till,J     JJ.JIII *.,l,   iii.^hlUItt  INUlUUII, -J.  O.  lOlrU.luUO JLU.-i.  E very thi ug for the ,-  Farm and Carden  Bean and Mas^ey-Harris  Sprayers  . Stickney   and  Massey-Harris  OasolliK  Rn^inea.    Rumbley Oil Engines,  Remember we carry parts for Everything  We  Handle  Rtfn*      _r_i������"m # ML Bk__l  ^_ttt__. BHK BB!!     WxJB    m^L   m^^mm  m   <_f. Il|  mmmmmt.  jj-_aa_-Hi-----.il. i ix>  (..%  1.1-,,.,,.,    ii   -,.,y,_;-|������v_.i_i,_--_ .-^^  _____C������_____M__l_n__B_H___^^

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