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Array r  ��������� -T,\'''     .    * _,   .     i     "���������'  ~_* _-.  Ai! Roads Iti 'feist -aftd ' WWF flCooieriay Lend to Cre������toit  _?*    JUL-  r W ~^!S^-%^J__tTO^:YY^  "*~-^������-*     **)������*^j(___Si_-j|_5**4fc'''  O*  No. 29, 6th Ybar.  CRESTON, B. C,   FRIDAY- JULY 24, 19x4  Single Copies 5c.  IRiiiGA^fflSTS  0m. _^ ������.__���������_  a ill--gum  The Western Irrigation Association  will hold its Eigth Annual Convention  in the City of' Pentlcton, Okanagan  Valley, Province of British Columbia,  Angnat 17, 18 and 19. The meeting  w.ill convene on the morning of tbe  17th at 0 80 o'clock.       *  Tho Okanagan Valley, through which  delegates must travel to reach Pentic-  ton, is not only brie of the most fertile  distiicis of British Columbia, but the  centre for many l&rge  projects, both under operation and  construction. ' Unsurpassed in grandeur of scenery, it is possessed of ajrnost  d.-iphtful climate. Towering snow-  crown*>d mountains, foaming white-  lipped streams and restful verdant  fields and orchards mirror themselves  in crystal lakes which abound on  every side.  Discussion is an .important factor of  the program, and Will he encouraged.  To make this apratical meeting and  secure results from'"*, the discuslon of  quest! ins in which delegates are interested, it is advisable that delegates  comp prepared to discuss matter which  WiU come before the meeting, as set  forth in program of subjects.  Experts inJPr_it Culture, exponent of  alfalfa production aud practicalstudents  of modern farming in all its - ramifica  tion Wi 1 attend. Questions of greatest  interest to irrigationists will he -"discussed "tnrttd-* **-d^fH*w_$lr - -hy "pramitrenfr  authorities from California, Oregon,  Idaho, Washington.'and Utah, as well  Ya,9 tbO; 3Pr������i*fie. Province?? * Rod B_*itish  Columbia,. The-;Spi_*xdid encpur%e^  ment tliat the AssooiiMbion h_is reciey  in the attendance of delegates at its  lost two OpBvetttions; the fact that for  the first tijen'e in history the International irrigation Congress will bo held  in Canada a "mouth later, and that some  of its permanent officers will address  the Convention, and the general interest that is steadily manifesting itself  throughout -the entire West in tho  Roienco of irrigation practically assures  a successful meeting. We earnestly  urge you to bo preBont and assist us in  making it so.  OAlclulv delegations will attend from  tho Interaction Irrigation Congress,  the Oregon Irrigation Congress, the  Clypross "Hills Water Users* Association  and from the Kootenay Valley and  /Arrow Lakes District. ������������������"  During the Convention delegates will  .bo entertained"-tfritfi'"'fin auto trip  through tho orchards, a vlnlt to tho  various projects in - tho vicinity, a  regatta by tho Pehtictlon Acquatlo  Oltih, and a bunquot.  WodnoBday, August 10th, has hoon  not aside no Growers' Day. Tho afternoon seNslon will ho given up to talke  by pi'iiulfoal fruit growtn'-. and furnivrt*  who will toll vO-tEorlowccs tke# have  encountered on tho land. Iti the  morning tlie orchards under irrigation  iu the drlilu'ic't1 will be inspected.  Tho usual Convention Rates will  bo  obtainable from the railroads. In  order to take advantage of the special  rate, it is necessary that the delegate  purchase single fare tickets only, and  at time of purchase secure from agents  standard ceatincates declaring him to  he a delegate to the Convention. If  delegates travel over more than one  line of railway, a standard certificate  from each railroad will be necessary.  Register and band in your- certificate  to the Secretary immediately upon  arrival, and see that you get it back  from him before leaving in order to  Secure your reduced fare home.  ���������Send for our prioes on furniture, we  irrigation (pay the freight.   O. O. S.  niSQK GREEK NEWS  C. H. Black and A. E. Wells spent a  few days fishing in Sanoa Creek laat  week returning home with full bags.  Mat Hagen, Charlie Fossiand and C.  S. Butterfield spent the week end at  Summit Creek 7 They had a good  catch including an 81b char landed by  Mat.  Harry Bathie returned from Nelson  Tuesday, looking very pleased wltb  himself and  everyone else.  Monrad Wigeu, Oarl Wigen,'' Elias  and Rohgwold tTri spent Tuesday in  Creaton. s - "  tax. Bathie, -Harry Bathie, and Geo.  Mawson went fo Summit Creek on  Tuesday for a few days fishing. '  O. J. ��������� Wigen was a Creston caller  Wednesday.  "TCTie^S^-aw berries are? all over for  another year, the plants are all cut  down and burned and onoe again we  sirs preparisg for our nest Tears crop.  , By the time this paper reaohea the  subscriber Daok Creek will be a deserted burg, as all the youth and beauty of  the place leaw*. on Saturday for t-heis*  2nd annual summer camp. The camp  will be very much larger this year than  it was last, some 21 persons being present. The comp will beheld at Sanoa  Creek, and given .good weather, a highly enjoyable time i. looked for.  Aged Rancher Meets  Death From Heart Failure  J. P. Gulmond Is wanted. We car*  benefit him when we find him. Com-  ���������mumcate 418 Loo Building, Vancouver  B.?b. ,  Tragedy again $aid a gruesome visit to Erickson, when on  Thursday evening the grim hand of death laid hold on one  of her latest citizens, Ole K. Tofte. He had only been a  resident ox Erickspii for a few months, having bought the  little ranch from 3V|r-JMcDougall, but in the short time he  had been there Mr, Tofte had made many friends and the  news of his sudden death same as a se**v^ shoeh to them.  It seemed that J\|r, Tofte had lost some money and the  fact came as a sudden suprise to him causing a shock which  no doubt affected his hsart.  He had frequently complained of heart trouble   and   was  very excitable at timgs.    When found be lay with   his   face  down in the dust, his arm still hold the bridle   rein   of   his  i ��������� * i  horse and the faithful animal standing   over   him   dumbly  waiting for his masters next command, _������ picture that   could  not help but make an impression on the hardest heart.  The first person tp pass was Alex. Duperre^ who went at  once to the hotel an$ had the Doctor called. Dr. Henderson,  soon arrived but it was to late, life was then extinct.  On Friday morning a coroner's jury, having examined  several witnessess, came to the decision that the deceased  came to his death from natural causes.  The funeral took place iu the late afternoon aud the old  man was laid to rest in the presence of *% f^w of the friends he  /  had made since coming to this district to live,   Rev.   F.   L  Carpenter conducting the impressive cexemony.  DAN ENGLISH HIE  Word is brought to us from over the*  River of the loss by fire this afternoon  of the house, barn and outbuildings of  the Das. English ranch. The loss is  quite considerable, the fire having  mode a clean sTfeep. r  The cansfe. of the fire was a mystery  as Mr. English was away working at  the ferry when the gr������ started sad  there was no one about at .he time  that he is aware of. ' i  Dick Bevan will have a demonstration of the now M-tasoy-Harris power  spraying machine on Saturday evening at 7 p.m. at the Garage.  _-iL  lift  _-iilg-1 iniTr li hi,  Let us do your printing for you.  Prices Tight and satisfaction guaranteed  The CreBton Review.  The new: telephone directory is out  and copies can be procured from the  central office of the secretary of the  company,   Guy Lowenburg. .-  A meeting of the shareholders of the  Oreston Cemetary Oo, will be held on  Saturday, August 8th, 1014, to consider  the cleaning up of the cemetery  grour >'  -*���������*><  MARRIED���������-At Vancouver, July, 16  Beatrice Staoe Smith, third daughter  of Mr. and Mrs, S.tace Smith to Peter  Gilotz, Esq., of Vancouver. ���������  P=  William Robert Henry Is Bought by  his slater Mrs. Maudo Stocks, 0 Chute  Stroot, Reading, Mass. Information  as to-hin whoroohou.fl will bo grontly  appreciated by tho Provincial Poiioo.  A pretty ceremony participated in  by water nymph* aiid a personification  of Old Neptune himaulf was hold on  the grounds of the Panama-Pacific  International Kxposition Saturday,  ,fuiy 11, whon tho ������������������Natatorlnm'' of  tbo Exposition Zone Was begun w.th  official ground breaking. Pretty swimming nnd diving glila had a part in  tho afternoon evont.  -,-,���������, -���������������������������!���������   ������������������: ���������,..������������������.������������������._,!_,",������������������. , iy ���������������������������'.���������,��������� :.���������:-*.::-.��������� i ,r.>:  The year 1016 at the Pannama-Pooi-  flo International Exposition promises  to be "Frat Vear." Already thirty-  three national conventions of Greek  letter college fraternities are scheduled  to meet here. The last two that have  como to the scheduled liBt art the  grand lodge of Theta XI and the Coun-  oil of Phi Delta Knppa, which wiii  meet in July, 1015.  O. O. S., SIGNAFIES CRANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  The amount of money., in cash pre.  miums that will be awarded for live  stock exhibits at the Panama-Pacific  International Exposition has reached  the sum of $352,050. This amount has  been reach with the $5,000 just offered  by the American Jersr.y Cattle Club.  In purses for harness races almost $280.  000 additional will be awarded:.  Mower  Knives Ground, by W.  B.  Embree.  Contracts have been lot for the  construction of the ferry building and  the preBB building of the Panama-Pool-  flc International Exposition. Theforry  building is to cost $12,000, and the  pros;, building, which Ib for thepublioity  CANCELLATION  RESERVE  OF  ERICKSON NEW&  M. MoLeod came home on Wedass*  day, his brother Tom came witlijaim  to spend a while in the mountains. She  auto cycle has been spinning around  some today. I guess Murdock Bas  taught it not to nmn into the fence or  jump "ditches now as it seeiris to keep  the road when it goes. *"  G. and E_ Cartwrlght are loadlag  the machinery ont of the o.d mil^on  their place. We hope theyiwiU.eiigan  the whole place up so it will loolf more  respectable to passengers on tbe t-rain  as they come dashing out of tha busb  into our beautiful vaiiey so that the  first thing, they a^wiU?^ hsiOQ o!a  tumbled down mill.?Nuf aaid.    ~"\  Mtt. and Mrs. MoKewan and family  came down from Cranbrook to visit  their parents Mr. and Mrs. ?Gi ?Oa*t^  wright. 'Mrs. Mao. Dorthy and Audiy  will stay a couple of weeks for' a real  good time at the old home, the place  where one can enjoy themselves just  wight.  Frank Staples shipped 3 orates of  cucui__bers one day thisvveek. Tjhe,  first of the season Tomatoes: will be  going ih a day or two, I1  Dad Brough has just finished stumping 16 acres for R.J. Long. If there,  is no stumping in Heaven, I^&d will  have to go somewhere else as he will  not be contented without the smell of  powder or brimstone or something like  that   Rev. J. E. Healey came iu Wednesday with a car of settlers effects. Mr.  department of the exposition  and foe  i-ilv"���������!^Tf.fr m!^���������������_0"  PWt81Heftl������Foamo from CowleyrAlto. imd  has bought 20 acre near Erickaon from  of the world, will cost $22,000.  NOTICE I  Owing to the fact ihat the management of this paper  changes on August ist all su^sciptions or other accounts  owing the presentXesse������ A. Bv S. Stanley, must be paid by  ihat date in order to avoid complications. Please come in  aud arrange for said accounts either by cash or its equivalent  by August ist and oblige.  Notice   Is   hereby  given  that   tho  reserve  established by notico In tho  Br ltl nil Colombia Gazette on December  27th, 1007,   is cancelled in so  far us it  rolatcf. to tho lauds covered by expired  Timber Lioouoo No. 33015.   Tho said  lands hnvo  been  surveyed  Into Lots  11821,11822.11823, and 11824. Groupo l,  Kootonay Distriot, and will be opened  to entry by pre-emption at 9 o'clock.In  I the forenoon  on Monday,  So'ptember  2lBt, 1014.   Further  Information can  obtained at the ofllco of the Govern-  ment Agent, * )5_rnlo, B. 0.,  whero all  applications for entry must be made.  ROBT. A. RENWICR,  Deputy Minister of Lands  Lands Department,  Victoria, h, O.  21st July, 1014  ,.,.,., Xf. _ ���������  ���������The C. O. 6. of Oranbrook Is soiling  Iron n������di. with matt**-**' Mid sprls* for  '���������111.   '  The cluder track for Panama-Pacitio  International Exposition is now being  built under the direction of E. W.  ('���������Dad") Moulton, veteran conditioner  of mon whoso knowledge of traok.  building probably Is greator than that  bf any other man in tho world. The  traok is to bo a one-third of a mile oval  with u quarter of a mile straightaway,  Tho first quarter of tho half mllo raoon  will be run on the straltaway. Tho  track Is to be the finest ever built and  with the athletic field will coat $16,000.  . Large tract of good  valley  farming  CO. Rodgeft-fl. Rev. Healey will be a  welcome neighbor, aa he is a spiritual  adviser' and somo of the reaidents of  Erickson needs a little advising in that  way as we notice _ioua doing unnecessary work on tho sabbath such na hoe-  ing and, pruning tomatoes and such  like. Wo think If, they worked liard  enough ok six da*y������, tbey need Rresf.'  ou Sunday, so the. Reverend Gentle,  man will have to get busy aud line  thom up. It ia rumored that A,]_t.'  Stanley, tho Editor, intends to go  ranoliiug with Mr. Healey oo those ink  stained' hands will have to build on  *   4lvlUiU,K  notnamb^elA nowtn ���������*���������**��������������� 1-Vthc otunafia  land just thrown open for free  settle* fly.   We hope thoy m*ke a good Uam!  ment in Oregon. Over 200,000 acres in  all. Good climate, rich soil, and does  not require irrigation to raise finest  crops of grain, fruj.t and garden trnok.  For largo map, full instructions and  information,   and  a  plat of several  Mm.t.lnnw of orr^nHMi-illtf nm-i-l    ������������l������t%*������������  ������    '   ���������  -   - V   v."-- --     '.--������������������'-   oopd $8.40 to John JCeefo, Oregon Oity,  Oregon. Throe years a U. 9. uurvcyor  and tlmbertnan. An opportunity to  get a ffcod fertile free homatr&d near  town and mark**.  alno goodnelghborsas we have nothing  else here and don't want anything but  that kind around here.        v  Norman ,R. Oarter. D. D, S., of  tfaalo. Will W. in "f.p*������������'t/������n frmtm m ..������-*...+  2nd to 12th far the purp������*j_. of^lolnff  dental work. He has boen-in .tht  Province for three yeate and ln Kaalo  fol������ on*������( ��������� Me In m, trri*i\i\m*M, yyf ^ fjrn*-_  varsity of Mlohiiraji.   .  ^ .J-  is  ti'i  ^a  5.  ^-'������. _,".*". jlSlilfii- -r.L. x'&l itaaiiirau ?** .���������t-.._-*-v������^'mK.^^_< i_tn.. ^f.,i������wi^s-r^,^^'i_*������.^-j^_^__K_-^  *MH ,#*r.k-'JiUff-tRk-x. .JWi^b'.,M������i'4 tauiu.*.  '?;!���������'  : ��������� i.  m  * 0  i .i n\  m  is \  m  nr  m  K. -  El  i  r<'.:  1-  W'  1  I   I  If ,'1'  .  I :*  ���������><!.  ^������������������ti-Tc'    -������isi_*d'i*_^-*ki      t*.     '*���������*���������       ���������o-******rTj������it*_������;  ���������*h*-*i   f-l I. Iil'li M_-_. -n'-������I iiil ������*. ff_ ' .1* l.-tiftVl i-Hll111 ������)'_, 1*11fllWlr.1 llllll-Mi* , ll'm i* lll.i������*i'*T'_B^.-Si*S-l  ancher  ut;/ / i a i  J_L______^ _ ^Wr     JB.  B ^ i WJ / T _rm ���������   i r%. i   _  ���������-ry-TTJ-JW-   -   ���������^���������TT^'t-^-^-r^'-yi^r-*---*���������'rr-y--^  __?_-^--5ffi_Z___H_B-3  !     "l "_i t _    _ _  JL/Ulrll  V_/I  th  TT  - O. V  IUI  1 i It t   _***-x ������#-*%      /\   I I  rcs������r iiO\w ������fi  @C* UI w  Mmmma* m &  mMmMMmm\mMJs\M������m  V \) \) _) V . .1) V v P ;-,v V vv  w  v j/ y ;w m) i> V  I&������ Creston KKeviel%>  Published every   Friday at Creston. British Columbia, bv the Creator. Printing fLO$ .^MlMiff Opffipany., Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir-.  culatitig in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Creston distriot ahd  ranching but in a broad manner into other com mum .v.*}.   Our advertising rates  ��������� - are based on the 'scale of the Kootehay and Boundary _.. -iters' Board of Trade.  . Land purqlmse pn# lqpd lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, %1 per inch per month; oth .r advertising 10 oents per line first issue  and 5 oentBper lineinsucceeding weekB. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance.. Our.columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and tho wolf are of the community. Contributions must be brief'and  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  Liberal papers are seeking  to make it appear that the  Government is changing its  mind about the exclusion of  the Hindus, and is now rsady  tP admit them, no matter what  the effect may be on the labor  interests  of Canada.  There is no truth whatever  in this story. The Government.has not changed its policy o������e iota, and all the Hindus will be "shut out except  those who "'have previously  resided: in Canada,., and who  complied -with,the conditions  Of entry t'heji' in force,/ .  The positiou . of the iHiudu  in Canada is entirely different  from that in other British  Colonies. Without doubt he  h$s d>?ie [;ood work in tropi  q������_l countries like Ceylon and  in the East and West. Indies.  Vl/lw-n    ������*1'ii*#������**'v -wi**    iVirtli-.l*.'*-..  by England it became a ques  tion where the lalbbr was to  be found for the cultivation  of cotton, cocoa, tea, palm oil,  sugar, and such lijce commodities, and the India coolie  appeared  in the breach.  At first he was merely an  indentured laborer; his expenses to the foreign, shore were  paid iu advance, aud he had  to work them out on his  arrival, after which, inmost  cases, he was free to remain  in the colony, although his  wages were never very high,  lu due course; however,  trouble arose between hiin  and hia employers in the  Mauritius, aud of late \t h_^s  taken on a serious aspect th  British South Africa. Forty  years ago Lord Salisbury  pointed out that.it was most  important    that   the   Hindu  cl^milrl  liiu*-- nil   tlio nt-ivi 1a-ya_*  s  * - --������_> -��������� ���������  of a white man  after  he has I fetched   view,   although  completed      his    indentured  service in  the  colony,  but it  was found that when  he had  become-' free, in the  sense of  having    paid, his    indenture  account,   he immediately  began - to     work,    for    wages  considerably  less  than those  charged by the white laborers,  and   forthwith    an  agitation  was started to recure his banishment,   or,   what   was   the  same thing, the imposition of  heavy taxation upon him.  But there has been nothing  known of this sort in Canada.  The Hindu, came here, not as  an indentured laborer, but as  a free laborer. British Columbia was under uo obligation  to provide him with work,  and from the beginning he  was warned that the white  man would not long tolerate  his presence.  British Columbia is a  splendid country, but it cannot be said to be a tropical  o#e, and he would do better  in his own interest by going  elsewhere. Of late some  -authorities have boldly said  his migration to that province  w neither .���������..by-*-* nor l*?ss then  part of a conspiracy to create  friction between the Imperial  nnvftrnmetit' and   the   Twlint.  conduct of some of the Hindu  at was only last week that Mr.  leaders at Vancouver has not  been at all reasonable. At  any rate, the Ottawa author-  ities are ^resolved to put the  i?ecent*;e_*tclusion orders into  full effect.  The Hindu makes a great  point of  his  being a British  subject, and thinks  that this  entitles him to being admitted  as a free citizen  to every part  of the Empire.    But there is  no general,law of the Empire  which  allows a   man  of the  Asiatic ���������  race   to    come here  with his wife . and family and  start  life anew  if the ' whites  in Canada, as in this instance  see lit to object.    Just let us  think   for   a   moment   what  might happen if the Asiatics  of   India were   to   settle   in  British    Columbia    iu   very  large   numbers.    We   know  what happened to thc Southern States from their having  a  Black  Belt, * and a  Brown  Belt  in     British    Columbia  would  be   sure  to  become a  menace.     .'  ������������������)  v * ���������  -J< __-*������-A-V.,  *������M   *      ���������  _. -___-   i.l  -U.-..V.-    ,1    _UA  the  The rcacjiness of Mr. R. F.  Green to serve the interests of  his constituents and his ability  to secure from tne Borden  government the granting of  oi.*,-    ���������������..'* ������-fr,������T,������. 1.1.A   -twin per   Tin..  been once more demonstrated.  Green was asked to present to  the government the desirability of protect! rig the baiiik   of  Columbia riyei. nearjihe wharf  from the depredation   of   the  of the  current,   and   already  the situation has been inpected  by the Dominion government  engineer and   the   announcement made that the   mattress  work require will   be   undertaken as soon as lower   water  makes the work possible.    A  more speedy or more satisfac-  tory     compliance     with     a  request    could     hardly     be  imagined.   Mr.   Green    has  beeu     dubbed     "Kooteney's  Best friend."    It   is   a   title  that he has dotie inilfih to deserve.���������Mail-Herald,  Someone should draw Mr.  Green's attention to the  condition of our ferry which  for   days   has   beeu   tied up  because the man ordered to do  i.. ...        ���������   .:���������  the repairs failed to carry out  his contract. The Review  tli inks that if the matter was  presented to him our member  would see tbat it was attended  to.  When vou want vour noxt job   of  printing dohc, no matter what tho job  !������.   l\fInrr it   tn  t\*t* Ttnr'tn**,   i^fftft.       \XT*i  f.������, i,,.  ,.������.4'.������,i  a������.-><-.������-.������...,   -f^i.  inA     n.  prices arc right.  mmmmsasssaa  '"���������*���������***" ������_5_-32_S_______8_������8____^  1 C*!ra������tnti   TTntpl  'jl. 'wv/ v\Z__.__r.  V_^  WW.-.-.      ^  i5   Jr5*?    -  YOU  will make   no   mistake  wb^en ypu get off t|*e train  *       if you sign the register at  i   IKS*   T 4������4nffm*0������  a   ������������������������ ������Wf. m^vim.*mms.S^f  \  the   Creston   Hotel,  ��������� ��������� .1 ...t : f }     i ^     ~ ~^  TrATW.-.ttfi.       _  _,.,���������.-_.__,--_.,,     ^  I .study  the  comfort of our guests.  Prutt    Sett     The rooT"!**1 ar-e well furnished in   ������������  a mapuer up-to-date. g������  quf   (Svetfs  Cah   cMgsdn  Headouarters for Mining Men,  ���������a \ *      t > **���������   * ac* t       * . _ . .  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourists    !||  and Commercials.  /a B* Monyt  ���������rrrr  IHE PROSPECTOR  ���������^ *���������������**���������������������������**<*���������  (By "Bill" Cfcfiptn^n of Billion, Mont.)  Seamed is his lace with passing   years,  But  still  his  shoulders   bear   their  burdep fa|r;  His eyes are clear,   no  weakening age  brings tears  Withal his crown of waving,  snowy  hair.  For close to  50   crowded    summers'  connt  He's  lived  here close  to   God    and  God's own soil,  i C        r .  And tho' the   seasons  passing slowly  mount  In number, still  he  greets the  day  * '--"^HS*1-- r- '  f.  He'sh^e^fl hfitartly,.-hia three scopej  and- ten   -  his hand  ''���������-. Th^t l^ve.fcpfrjaalf ? Ida  Bp^n in  this  lowland.  I wander if the silence of his life.  -. ������������������ i   ���������.'.; .*i71 .'- ���������   . '  ������-S\fe'M? ������^fW "���������.? ^pse of oity  birth, ?  And contract with  the   open,   danger,  strife,  HaB burnt the  dross  and  given  his!  life\tswo^th. ,������������������'���������*'"  _____n__________|___-__M__-  The Review has a complete stock of  paberon hand and is always in readi-  ness to do your printing for you on  short notice.".  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Publio Worship, 10;80 and 7:80 P. M..  Sunday Sohool Ond Adult Bible CIubs  11:30 A.M.  Come mxfl. you will be made welcome  Fred L. Carpenter   '*  ' .     a stori  ? &pr Warns*  0     f0>^*% em      .^_A_v  \jUm*S      mZflU  raises  Of every description, for children  or for grown-ups, we recommend  I NyaVs Handy     \  4  1 It is an ointment of more than  J usual value.    Just the thing to  J. --.-_-��������� -���������   ��������� ~.._.     __.A<~������^/������     _������l_-_<-t.     #-*������.      J-  Y X**?VH0 _u jr\j\xx     _-_a?-k_w_--,v.    Kim\fw   -,,_._.  7 obts, scratches, or those painful   ''  i baras _ha. the little ones or your-   ?  self get from time to time.  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  |   l    COMMODIOUS  8 /?OOMS  I  THC BEST 4JVO MOST  POPULAR HOTEL. IN  THE KOOTENAYS  Run ou 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 -applied with  only the best brand of goods.  i Creston Drug & Book Co. f ��������� *���������>���������-*-"  T ~ T l ��������� ' * ^^  I PMOA/P    Af I.l IA/    H lmJkmTmm9ff%ltt  ��������� ��������� m m * S-a-������-������-������^--������-������-i**> .  ������ g.������. t 4 * i ^ft <8 S |'*?l~~~**?*^**B'^v'������^**''*'**B*  ���������      ���������       ��������� ��������� ���������  ' 'g- ���������JJ-- ' ' ' I''J-" ���������.���������'������������������:���������:  ti      '     ' '    " ' '��������� ���������  Meet Trains  ivfANA(B&R  1  ���������B"  PRESBYTERIAN   OHUROH  Seryice every Sunday at 11:15 a. rm.'  and 7i86p.jrBi. ,. j ��������� \   :  Sabbath School and Adult Bible Class  at 10:S0a. m.  ?W. G. Blake  ��������� Minister '.  C^l^pLIC CHFRCH^  ;Maail0:86  Benediction 7;30  Every first Sunday of the month.  Father John O. M. I.  IL  (Porm^lf.)  O-^RJflpi^'^-  Cf lMP^OVHB^-N.T|        j  NOTICE  Diokiuson and- BuokleBB Mineral  Cloims, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kootenay Distriot.  Whixe lo^,t^1.--Op title ^j^jift  slope of Summit Crook about four mileu  ftbovo *^ho mdujkh of the north fork.  TAKE NOTJXCIp that I, a:\K. <tagiin,  ootiug an pgprji.t |pr $. P. DIcUboi^. "  I'rf.e Miner'B Certlfloate No. 81U79B,  i^tond, sixty days from the date horeof,  to apply to ;tho Mining R-jooi-dor for  ���������Certificate**1 of Impi^vojiju^uJ^, X9J. ;.tl'**<*  purposo of ob'alning Ofown G/ants of  |he nbovo olalniB. :���������  And further take notioo th^t ootlon,  ypdor Bootlon 85, munt lio oommonced  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINIG REGULATIONS'  NOTICE OF CANCEIXA-  WON OF RESERVE  Notice iB hereby given that a reserve,  notice of whioh appeared in the B. O.  Gazette on October, 10,1313, is cancelled in bo far as it relates to the following  expired timber licenses:���������  4481, 9082, 11847, 21907, 22681, 23li������.  24482, 26737, 26926, 2818^ 30358, 31180,  3U84, 31185, 31201, 31330. 31481, 32022,  32711 33411, 33459, 83460, 34221, 34273,  34310,36502,37580,37993, 87994. 41344,  41426 and 43176. '  R. A. Renwiok,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,  Viotoria, B. C. ~    "-"*'" ~  Mar 31st., 1914. June.30  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  In J^ani^oba, S/wkatchewau and Albtirtaj  the' Vhkon Terrltojcy, tho ^[orth-w)*JBt  TerrltbrleB and in a portion of the Pro?  vlnoo of BrttiBhColnmbhi, inaybplcafled  for a term of twenty-one yearB at  an annual rented of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leaBQd to  oho applicant.  Applioatlon for a lease munt bo made  or ^ub-Agent ot the distriot in whloh  the liri|j|^iai A^plh>^ for aire situated.  ^ Jjn ayr^eyje'd iert(tory tho .(iind must,  1>S. 4Mlft*ib?^ W W$M$>  ������.r ^K**1 ^b*  dlvUlbhi of seotlonB, and iii uu'nurvcycd  Dollar Doubters  OUT W*mmM*m  WOMt  A**. ���������!���������  s&z*:  y*u 'tttmm-f'  XZ&8&   what, feou - raqulnfc whetHer  ��������� tt '%��������� awii-iafw iiaiii, a, ammstaa^a  tftrrowmr fmr ttmjrmMsm oaak* a w������>  ktiummiattom^Mm.^^        ti.  mm****' m*m*9;' wwiMn -So tfy -  f������W*^f  tMMMD-t  maiiMlikWAmmm  1?  fJL  ���������ti YS1K EDBCTJND WALKER, C.V.O���������I-L.D^D���������CX^Pi-e������Ident  A-_-E-CA|jpBR I-AIRB, General Mahatt^r JOHN AIRD, Jiaft General M-j^g^r  CAPITAL, $111,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,006  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits pf $1 and  upwards. Careful attention is gfiven to 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 the survivor.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  -Tire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE,  IRAIL  Etc.  -   B.C.  VpTBOp  SlUHUL!  J*  assS  IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the issue of a duplicate  Cert___oi__6 o2 Title to Post (70 acres) of  Lot 4592, Groupe 1. excepting thereout  any lauuo held by Grant Lease, Agreement for sale or other alienation by the  Crown, Indian Reserves or Settlements,  Military or Naval Reserves,- Lakes or  Lands: in which any person other than  the Crown haa a vested interest.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  it Is my intention to issne at the expiration of one month after the first publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to the above mentioned  land in the name of the Western Canada Fire Insurance Company Limited,  whloh Certlfloate Ib dated the 28th day  of September 1007 and numborod 7009A.  (Sgd.) FRED O. MOFFATT,  Deputy DlBtridt Registrar  Nol son, B. 0.10th June 1914.  .khfr-Mrlit , OVER e������ YEARS'  ~   EXPERIENCE  _,--___-������ ���������OTdinsa''.-  nutcklr MoertBln oar  "Ti-ADjc Marks-  axxttmm ������0n4iaa asketeffa aafl dMOttotlon tori  Wloklr woortalu oar opinion time fraeUteriu.  loventioa w prouttWj-T      ~  tloniatrlotlr confident  tsxctaltiotu*, wlthQtttJpftMBftrltti  ^il|Afi*_flfI-������    1"tititi!        ���������  ���������; V%ivim>i ���������> st;���������!*!**������f^Wr,,  4,fi������B������������6*ffl-air imumtAi^m^m^^-  calMloi. ot any ��������������������������� eclenllflo Jonrrml.    T������rm������ mmm  C____u������, ������_.76 a year, vo-tago prepaid.'. Bold by  ii aevredealara.  os, -36 V 8U WMtalDEton.xS.  Saddle and  Repairing  A SPECIALTY '   T  Dealer in   high v class  boots and shoes.  territory thp tract apnllod for shiUl bo  "   1 out fey tfio M>_������l.  h aMlo-itk ,  afeeof |5 whloh will bo refunded if  iitafccfi out by  mm aiipllo  tpo applioant himnolF.  iion muet bo aooomtoanlod  ^00   ���������  jmmW    9   dmXW    * dSLm*   9  MsmmW   S)   ������SmW      w ������K*W %  Send Vour Wants to  to  to  to  rights appllod for aro not available  ri ^dHier^fte/ A tay������*ty shMl bo  Ud on the "merchantable output of the  lino f^t tlio rate of live denfs per ton.  Th*. person operating tho mino shall  furnlnh tho Agent with iwoin ro^urnn'  <**>  tynniii yi -i.lm  ������������". yi'.i'.i"w.."������������i-  l^fore the iehuanoo of suoh Certificate  Jtmntsm**. i_^_r__ff___ffl___^__!1fe  Dattui (InuTth iluy of July, A. V- IUI* nity theroou.   If tho ooal mining rlghtBl  A. H. GREEN  ������������ ������������t hplng opwatod, ouch rotS-m.  uhould bo furnished ot least onoo a year  Tho UJOBO will Inoludo tho. ooal fining rights only, but tho Iobbco may be  pormfttod to purohaoe whatayor avail-  ^ "������to������ W%L '^W b<,-^_?Blteod  Jtiin\������mf for tho Working of tbo miuo  t'th'ft'fat>*of?l0anTabro. ^  For f hlllnforihatlon _tppllo������tlon should  bo mado to tho Secretary df tbo Dopart-  ment ottno intonor, Ottawa; or to'any  Agon. or Bnb-Agenti of Dominion Ljuids  W- W. CORY,  frr.ng in Ydnr IJenewml of  SubRcrlntlon to the  ......        y .   ���������  rnroTnm nrinnir  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  \SI  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  ��������� ���������HI all HIV  Ill  VII  Deputy Mlnlstor of tho Interior.  Kr.   R _TTinftnt.bnri7.orl uuhlt.-fttlm.  of  this ftdvortliwment will not be paid for. |   %y*.y,. ^_^ ���������  ���������oyv������*v- |        ���������^BjpvjBSii  Bring in Yowr Order, to the  CRESTON REVIEW  to  to  ll/  'SO-*  !_>>>*. *  0S-'  !Sa.*  *J_h.  rj*m  ���������2*9'  _5K-__l_.������.3__-,v_3__  jw."Tgi������' jp������J!IPr*"SP     *JsW ��������� Sm*i&'*Oa*0ta* ������a_P��������� j/aa"ga*��������� 0af*00>*  ll .;tf-i������r...  ������������������m_  Ji^rwAtwiiSi'liSiSs^^  SSggZSl^&liMllm&lai&S)^^  T^  M^  m  _��������� -  U  ut'tirr- 'in'.tomih^.ik&fai ;.i j ftifuiifrti  Comprising X25 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B. C*  M sOl&M P "TkW^kW^   Reaches  I Plums    - * _r^-sWfcr _f _rm__--_t-&"������p   Cherries  GUARANTEEbHOMECRpWN  . Cellared���������-R oots iu earth, uo danger oi winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  EstabHshed ISCOby .he KO^i. k.AKTOK-JURRELL  Minister, of Agriculture  [JM.!. STOCK. DELIVERED TO YOU-i RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  i  I  I For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  FRANK V. STAPLES, Agent. Erickson, B. C.  The ;  reston Mercantile^  Limited  I  N. R. GARTER, DBS., LD.S;  OF KASLO, WILL BE IN CRESTON  August 2nd for a Period of Ten _>a^s  Or Longer.    Dr. Carter will be prepared to complete all Dental operations  in  an   efficient  manner wits the minimum of discomfort.      Specialist iu extensive  Crown, Bridge and Plate Work, .  MAKE    APPOINTMENTS    EARLY 1  j AS. TttfENTYMAN  -_..������������������������  We have this week opened  1    up a large shipment of  ana leweier  2nd Doov Fiom The Garage  All Repairs    En.iuted    to My  Care  Will  Recti vo _������_���������- nipt Attention  Workmanship   Guaranteed  Now is the time to have your  PIANO   TUNED  V*-~_ .*-     fn._____;������.������        i~*-_ 'm.m^���������   mmm-~.-.a       mmmmm ^  _.Apt:iL  mam^  vjruti.v.i,i_nr*c-*i uy  JL A* P, Crompton  Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowest price consistent with  GOOD WORKMANSHIP  I  fSmf  ry uooas  Including Dress Goods in  Lawns* Linens' Nainsooks,  Serges, Tweeds, Etc.  Also  Hosiery for Men,  Women and Children  P. BURNS & Gp.  Limited  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head   Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  I  A Specialty with us are Galateas  Denims, Shirtings, Etc., for  Rough Wear  The  Creston Mercantile Co.  Limited  Dealers in  MEAT  Wholesale and Retail  LfiJ  mimzmsn  -ESS  IJ-J  ^&**ftG&rC****e-:e.c_*e.������^  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs aud Cutters on Hand  TEAM   SLEIGHS  Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Haud  Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  H. S. McCreath, Prop.  r>i..>-._. en cu _..__._.   ���������  * ������_       _ ���������      .  t  t  yC   Phone BO Sirdar Avonuo " Rox 1-i  JW\     6DIITPC  m    Bh-^im   0_r ICevO  4  | LIVERY AND TRANSFER |  *���������"_*������ mm  GL 00m 1 s\  mm.*���������Jmmm--  -T������l-_   ������   mm  ~      O   _.  m     hiWJmmSm,   **J j*,  Fish. Game,   Poultry,  and Oysters  in Season  Gity Bakery  UNDER  anagement  Mrs. E. W.Payne begs to  announce that she has takeu  over the City Bakery.  All kinds of Pastry and  Cakes made to order.  Cold Lunches served at all  times|     Afternoon Teas. ,  Cqoked Ham and Beef  Al-  wa3'S Ready.  Ice Cream    Soft Iced Drinks  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Engineer  ������ j  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  :reston  B.C.  MORTGAGE SALE  Ladies  'Tailoring  Gents9 ^Tailoring  Cleaning, Pressing a. d  Repairing of All Kinds  Dry Cleaning  Process  by  a  Practical Tailor   ,  WATER NOTIGE!  Application for a Licence to store or  pen back Water <sr_!! he made under the  "Water Aot-' of British Columbia* as  follows:���������    ,  ..-.���������'"'.. '���������:���������-���������''���������'.;  1. The name of the applicant is Samuel Moou.  2. The address of the applicant is  Wynndel, B. 0.       ������  3. The name of the stream is Lizard  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 bo diverted fiom  the stream on the North side, or iB to ���������  be penned back about 600 feet from C.  P. R. track.  5. The quantity of water to be stored  is % cubic foot per second.  7. The purpose for whioh the water  will "be used is Domestic and Irrigation.  8. The land on which the water is to  be used? is described as follows:��������� ???'  Lot 17 and IS of sublot 48 of District  lot 4595 group 1, Kootenay.  9; This notice was posted on the  ground on the 25th day of June, 1914.  10. A con" of this notice and as. application pursuant thereto and to the  requirements of the " Water Act" will  be filed in the office of the Water Recorder at  Objections may be rfilod with tho said  Water recorder, or with the Comptroller of Water Rights. Parliament Building, Viotoria, B. 0.  SAMUEL MOON, (Applicant.)  Under and by virtue of tho powers  contained in a certain Mortgage which  will bo produced at the timo of tho  Sale, there will ho oifored for Sale by  PUBLIC AUCTION by J. Frank Roso  at the Auditorium, in tho town of  CreBton in tho Province of'British Oolumbia, on the Friday the 10th day of  July A. D. 191-1, at tho hour of two  o'clock in tho afternoon,, tho following  property:  filockt. Numbered Thirteen (13) and  liiglitoon (18) b. ing part of Sub-division of District Lot Nurnhor Eight.  Hundred and Ninety-two (892) Group  (1) Kootonay DiHtric. in tho Provinoo  of nilliiih Columbia according to a  mnp or plan 'dopntsitod iu tho Land  l-ogitslry Ofllco at tho City of Nolsou  in tho Haid Province) nnd numbered 006.  '.I'oriiiH and oonditionu will   ho itiudt-  Unown nt tho time of Sulo and In tho  meantime on application to  EDWARD ALBERT CREASE,  _Nel-ii.u, U. C  Vcndoi-'B Soltclto.*.  Dated tbie 1 Oth day or May A. D. 1914.  ^ThiH Halo   hiifi   been postponed until  July 20th, same hour ond place.  R. A. CREASE,  NolBon, B, C.  v Miidui-H .Solicitor  Dated nl, Nelson. .Inly 10. 1011.  i  This flulo Ih further postponed  until '  July yOth, tiamo hour aud place.  hi, A. Ul.l-Afc.l_,   -NolHOii, li. U. |  V'sudor's Solicitor, .  Pated at Nelson, July 20tb, 1014.  Dress Making by Competent  Dressmaker  Tr    r        jl  - E. Forster  Flrnt Tlonrio from Mo'thO-ist Church I  GET VOUR  Plumbing, Tinning ani)  General Repair Work  Done  by  W. B. Embree  The satlBfaotlon of work  woll  lingers long after/the price Ib for com*  DEMONSTRATION  Of the Latest  Massey = Harris  Power  C5p  AT THE GARAGE, 7 P.M.  Satiirrlav Fvpniiui  ���������mmm'   ������M   mm w_l M       ��������������� 'mmm,     m  ���������    m        ~_-   __,   _3 C S 3  ^Z-3  J  mmmmmSmmmm^Smmmm,  S-SS_33  *kiH0r  l^BR^m ^^B_BHa HIF^^fci B^-*~       v____r      J_____-_.   mss ^mmSt  *imm      m*im   u.u ^Ih^^m____R_I ^_m |.ny_u^w|u|  |m^g^^^^^.      ^^mg.        ^^^g^^^^���������   ^^.      m,^^^  io  im

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