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Array ^ vv  -w..,���������  tfo   30, 6th? Year.  CRESTON, B. C,   FRIDAY- JULY 31. 1914  Single Copies" 5c.  CnDSZCT DQflllfHI  Biiii nmn Annum/  uuiL&HMJnuuvm  at \m\sm, t g.  "With e**ery probability for the early  commencement of work on the  Kxm'aops-Kelown branch of the Canadian "Northern, and in view of the  marked improvement noted this season  in indnstriitl and building lines at  KamlGops, the belief is freely expressed  here that 'the return tu normal  conditions in 'the local  business  situa-  i>_Ou IS uOn  f^e  - Tht. town of-Hearst io? Ontari. was  recently destroyed by a forest 'fire.  Several villages in New Brunswick have  been swept away by forest fires this  eunimer. During the past four summers  at least two dozen villages have euffer-  ed through, fofceet fires in Eastern Can-  ado. The|pr___ie cause of tb*$38 fires is  sealee* iH t-rotecti-ixr vouhc. timber  _rbm fire. Since the burning of ihe  OiWb Nest Valley in 1908, with the  Iocs of lives and millions of dollars  wArtfi oT property, special care has beea  paid thronght the Province of British  Columbia to the prevention and control  of forest fires in young limber as well  asmfttnre timber.  It has been fonnd by experience that  a; large proportion oi the fires which  start in slash or young timber will, if  allowed to tan, spread to valuable timber or property, and when beyond control drstroyjthfe homes of settlers in the  small villages now being built rip  thronghottt the Province and cause loss  of Iiie. The protection of the settlers  as Well as fhe tisnbor, is not assumed  uniesB aii push .fires are kept asder  control during the;^r season.  Toung ti___|ergrbWiajf on non-agri;  oultural land trim asset worth protect  ing from fire."Nearly every aoltler  knows how rapidly young timber grows  to pole and tie size.. In most distriots  in Bri ish .^lu_^bia . timher. retroes [Appreciated by the Provincial Police.  iimttiah^^o^i^^^^^ym^ta^ ~~~;rf? "" " ��������� ���������- ^--- '-*- ~- -"-*'--  It requires no plaiting, grows without  oare or expense and produoesa valuable  orop Whioh? no\^ 'beantifiea the hills,  prptepts'!Vv^v^jiiiaiii^ysnfad -wiii in  Yanoil������er;%^^  building work nowin progress and  projected, including several business  'blocks'in central location as well as  numerous residences already started  or in process of completion.  - Early in the coming month the new  drill hall will be begun and this iu  addition to Government buildings  about to be started -will bring the  aggregate actual operations to  around  $200,000  for  the present season.  Pheonix Pioneer.   ^   The new telephone directory is ont  and copies can be procured from the  ������ -j  central office of the secretary of the  company,   Guy Lawenburg.  r���������Send for-ou-f prices on furniture, we  pay the freight... O. O. S.  : William Robert Henry is sought by  his sister Mrs. Maude Stflcks, 9 Ohute  Street, Reading, Mass. Information  as toJ_is whereabouts "will^"greatly  PANAMAI! UEATUCQ  Uftl*ftUJfl_f  39L.nillL.il  r  AT SiMPSGN PAS  uiu _iiuni_.nu&_ Eii  SIB'LIO  Briifci-h Obinmbia thtit the Forest  Branch is everywhere seouiriug the oo-  operntlon of the residents in preventing  deflttuotnv������ fires ia the young as well  as the old ttinh-4*?  MIMEBALACT  (fwmF.)  OBItTrrtOATB  OF iMPrtOVBMBNTS  -nr*** &mu.  **j*.-,^jj- -"srv "^������____^__m_������������ff*i",*w. ,rc*r*���������������������������-������������������ ���������,-^-w-sr  A pretty wedding was solemnized at  the residence of Chas, Bliss, near Port  Hill on Sunday afternoon, when his  daughter, Ellen was united in the bond  of m_tmage io Frank Tompkin of Cijres-  Hi-...  '   ', _T.*    _"H..*'_.,' .TT---.-.���������-. ���������*'.'_.__. ���������'..'���������'��������� .' . ,"."_������-���������_  vca. ; ___r, ^;__as. _^u<.uiv.u ouyyui-votx cue.  groom and Mins Aita BUbb was bridesmaid.? Bev. W. T3. Blake perfprormed  the ceremony.  C. 0. S.,SIGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  Mower Knives Ground, by W. B.  Embree.  ���������    NOTICE  DiokiuBon and   Backless     Mineral  Claims, situate in tho Nelson Mining',  DivIbIou of West Kootenay Dlotrlot.  .Where located:-���������Cm the northwest  sldpo of Summit Creek about four miles  above tho mt>ath pf the north fork.  TAKBJ NdTICBJ that I, AH. Green,  aotlDg an agint for H. P. Dickson. >;.  Frco Miner's Certificate No. 81370B,  intend, sixty -days from the dote hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certificates pf Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  tbo above claims.  Aud further tako notlco tha. aotlont  under seotion 85, must bo oommoncod  Woro the issuance of imoh Certtfloato  of Improvements. j  Dated thlq7t.i day of July, A. D. 19(4  A. H. GREEN  Services for Christ Church, Ohnroh  of England, Sunday August 2nd, 1914.  11 :a. m. Holy Communion, Celebrant  Archdeacon H. Beer. 7:80 ptu Evensong and Addreaa. Preacher Archdeacon H. Beer. ���������  On Sunday AugaBt 0th, ttiero will be  no services held on account of tho Rov.  E. Ball going to Vancouver onbuBlnoss.  -An unusual Government publication  has recently been issued by the Domin-  ion Parks Branoh of the Department of  the Interior. It -Ovists of a small  sonvenir booklet artistically bound in  duplex leather wild? grass paper and  tied with an olive grouts, silk cord, The  lettering is embossedTin gold and a  very unique design h_^ bees chosen for  iHuwrct,      _uc   xaviixsK  sa villi U ut SO   aa  to form a sort of fratkte and in this is  inset aBpray of Canadian Heather from  the Rocky Mountains Park, tbe purplish'flowers of the hek'ther against the  wood-brown background making a very  attractive color combiOatlon. The matter is set up in 10 point Oaslon Old  Style type and the booklet is illustrated  throughout with vignettes of scenes in  the Banff a d Yoho Parks printed in  golden olive by the ofifsst method.  It will no doubt be & matter of surprise to many to learn that Canada possesses a heather of her ipwn. This plant  is not, as it has sometimes been called  a "poor relation'" of Scotch heather,  but hats a family connection and standing of its own well recognized by botanists, and is nearly allied|.to -.be Heather  of the British Isles, ifae booklet gives  an interesting account Yof the locality  from which the sovenir was gathered,  Simpson pasa, about thirty miles south  of Banff and some of the legends and  -.tories connected withYtEe hesther in  ocuer^aipasr-^htw, uta*_rp-rpoBe"tio\vev6f  is to call the attention of Canadians to  the National Parks of the Dominion,  not only to the attractions tbey _ffer to  those who are able to visit them, bnt  also to their value in the national life.  Their commercial potentialities are  somewhat startling. It ia pointed out  that owing to the increasing modern  taste for travel, striking scenery lias  bcoon_9 one of the most valuable source  of revenue a nation' con poBsesB. The  tourist revenue of Switzerland per year  is placed at 150 million dollarB, that of  France at 600 millions, that of Italy at  over 100 millions. The sum whioh Americans annually spend abroad Is estimated at the enormous total of 50) million dollars lt wonld appear, therefore that tha creation of natio and parks  whioh are one of tho best means of attracting and providing for tourist travel  may well be considered as it Is now being considered in the United States, aB  a ��������� "solid buBlnesB proposifcion."'  |    It Ih ou othor ground than the com-  From the Rossiand Miner    .  Sir Richard McBride, Premier and  Minister of Mines, states tl_at reports  jnst received were to the effect that  that there has been a very considerable  increase���������169, to be exact���������in the number of free miners' certificates issued  this year over last "-ear. All J_ra������  miners'certificates expire on May 31,  and the promptitude with which they  are renewed and new ones issued, furnishes the most accurate evidence of  the faith of the prospector in the potential mineral wealth of the province.  "As Minister of Mines, nothing conld  be more satisfactory to me than the  report of the increase of free miners'  certificates," said Sir Richard. "It  means much more to the country than  appears on the face of it.- It mean*  that the prospector haB mare^ faith  than ever before in the mineral wealth  of British Oolumbia. and it means  further that there is no truth .in what  has often been, alleged���������that the prospector is becoming extinct. \  '"Personally, I am not at all surprised  to be informed'that theie Las been a big  increase in the number of free miners*  certificates.- I have long held'the opinion that W-4& the opening np of the  country with, new lines of railway,  territory wonld be mode accessible  which would excite theouriosity-of the  ptospector and well repay' his investi-  [IfiHTH IHm-RMATIflNA!  kiwupiii   MBi_0_._r������i_ii<_#eiBi&_,  RIBATIQfi 0011!  5?-^J-���������_������***-   ������v "5-i^_, Tx^m^t-.fij^r-.w^.'.rriSil1"' K,   ^.  "But it seemB timely to say a  wold  UnJ-l fut-teor notioo there will be no moroial howovpr  that  the Parks  lay  services held at Eviokson in connection  with tho Ohuroh of England.  In future onr ������nhi.nrlr*f*r������ will not  roaolvo monthly notioo of rental duo, ns  heretofoiro. Ther rental will be due on  tho 1st of oaoh month and tho usual  dlooount will bo allowed if tho account  is paid by the 15th of tho same month.  Crcaton Power Light and Telephone Po.  *;      iny Lo wen berg, Secretary  olaim to recognition.   Cheif of these Ib  an aid to producing oilloient  oltizeiiH.  Theso great natural  reserves,.nro  reservoir* of vitality for tho the race.   Ab  an antldotro to the ills  of  ovor-olvlliz-  atlon and the omplox llfo  of   iuiiiorn  oltlofl, thoy offer'tho opportunity   for  llfo in tho wildornoHH and tho br.st   sort  of ro-oreattoa whojo froali air, nndboau-  tlfnl natural sconcry aro combined. Tho  problem of tho preservation oj   tho vitality of \ho.raoi. is admitted by all cou-  novvatiiouiutrb today, to bo thn hrpt of all  uonsArviitinu prolileuiH nnd the valno of  parks, playgrounds  and  recreation in  thin respect Ib onoh yonr bolng given a  larger placo.  in appreciation of the prospector as a  type of citizen. We can'never forget we should indeed never foaget  that he it ivas who laic -he found *  ation of all! progress and development  which have taken place in this marvelous province. With his pack on his  back, and with little other assets, than  his strong right arm and unconquerable  faith in the opuntry, he went into the  wilderness and disolosed latent wealth  and blazed tbe trail for the thousands  who oame after him to reap the reward  which only too often, alas, was denied  him.  "It has always been a matter of regret to me to feel that in too many oases  these fine pioneers, failed to achieve  that success in life whioh should be the  reward of faithful effort along laborious  lines. It, is of course, truci thdt. with  old age, nidfit of tbe pioneer prospeotorB  of the oountpy have vanlshod from tho  aoonoH of their former labors, but it is  most gratifying to loam that their  places are not to bo left vaoant tbat tho  young mon of tho presont day nre also  manifesting a faith ln tho miuoral  wealth of tho country.  "On tho latter point, I may say that  private reports whloh-havo reaobed mo  roepdotinK the mineral wealth of these  oootloiiD of country which Ho cloacly  adjacent to tho  now; linos of railway  Governments of "United States and  Canada, as will as a number of .foreign  countries where irrigation is ..well  developed, ore giving of their best and  most experienced men to this convention in Canada this year, thus backing  up and aiding the noble work which  this organization has voluntarily  undertaken-. These men -will erive . of  their-valuable experience to those who  are actually the daily experimenting  with the problems of irrigation in the  reclamation of idle lands, and thus  assist to accomplish the- aims and  objects of the organization as expressed  in the motto "Make easy, the path of  Homebilder."  Irrigation is one pf the chief works of  an advanced civilization. The papulation'of the world is advancing more  rapidly than the production of food  sttufs, and the work 6f the Irrigation  Congress is a distinct effort to perform  its share in the development of this  civilization. /  J. 9. Dennis; chairman-of the local  board of control of -the International  Irrigation Congress, which ' meets- in  Calgary, Ootober 5 to 9 this- year: is  very anxious/that the copventiW be  largely attended by practical farmers,  and irrigationistB. * In the>first official  bulletin he says: "We ,are specially  desirous that the farmers���������the p_.eu.o__  the land���������who ajrie daily and .actively  ^������������������wi������ronte_t^tlr,-to problems;  should attend this congress. .._ ^s-  The pepple ox Canada "Weill be given  an excellent opportunity to repay the  hospitality of the Americans ������_J. the first  Irrigation Congress to be held in  Canada. This will he ia \??���������3algasy*.  October 5 to 9 this year. Ai previous  congresses in the United states Canadians have been will received, and  bave learned a great deal. This year  it is Canad'a turn, and this country is  arranging for an excellent and instructive visit for the delegO/tes and  members of the congreeB.  Owing tb the fs_ct Ihat the management of ^this paper  changes on August ist all subsciptions or other accounts  owing the present Lessee A. B*. S, Stanley, must be paid by  that date in order to avoid complications.    Please   come   in  i > .1 .,,       , * ...     , Piovincn forthroo ycata^ind in Ifaulo  wuu ut*������***������c '^ ^*u UV.-.V/UU1.J- ^luc.  u> ixu^u ua a. cHu_vai^uc| for onc    Ho 'UagraA*wU, of tlwIJnl.  }iy 'Allg'tttftX St fttt4 Oblige. . I vorolty of Michigan.  Norman It* OarUu*. T). T> fl ? ������,?  ICaslo, will bo iu Crcaton from Auguut  Und to 12r,h for thn purpoflc of doing  dental  work.   Ho   has  been   in  tho  are of the most encouraging nature, "1  fool that intelligent proBpooting will  surely bring' rloh rewards to the men  who will today go ont Into tho oo_mt,ry  nnd seriously apply themselves to tho  task of locating mineral dopoBlta."  t**sm*mtmm0u^mm****mi     ��������� iinn i_i  On WedtioHday whllo ropairing a car  Dick Bevan had the misfortuno to  have his loft hand crushed by a part  of tliQ.ynaohlnc which slipped, whllo a  bystander waa helping bim to? release  tho left hand bo oarclosely ctuahod a  finger on Dicks right hand and now  ho looks as if ho had just como back  Nearly every country paper  claims  the   privilege of one  week's vacation   during the  year,  (hat  is the  missing of  one   number,  of   the  paper.  Oftentimes this week is de-  voted to the very necessary  work of   house-cleaning, decorating, papering, or  something of   that  natur<b.    The  new  management  wishes to  announce that   the issue of  August 7th will be  withheld  and the  time .devoted  to the  installation, of  the  new machinery and   the   rearrangement   consequent  upon   the  change of management. , The  paper will ftppear, in 4ne time  on August  14th.  _-������_-*������^i*������w������������������i^__������w_-Mi mil.1 n-^-iiii wiiiammm  TENDERS WAWOPE-D  >  WANTED   WOOD  Tenders   Wanted for  Ono   Hundred  oordei of four foot groen fir wood deliv-  r.y^r.ii nf ������<i1hA/-.1        T.a������������.*i-i������-   r.y    mm.m   *nr.,1.~  not ncoc8Bor������ly aoooptcd.      ���������' " | ������������*o-������_������uy *^0������������>wa-  Jtt.   JjAMUINT, j *���������". Iwrttiom,,  Seo'y Sohool Board. 8������0'y Bokool BkMtfd,  For Janitor work of the Creston Public SohoolB,   Lowost of out toi_d������r ia6t  . 1   :   ..   .1  $. 1  1   :  son  gBjif^'ftfiSgOTf  mmsm  timmtm  _^_  mmmmlimmmmmmmmml  'mmmmm*k  ._l__i_____il____  i.i.,jUi,u..U,i,iiMbr,^,.-'irilh^,u:^ MW\  ....    -. .  wm.mtiti:<\  ,____?_.  ������A������.i-r +*������ V* ������**i_ |  i.-_������qi-������-MJ,p_i  >a-HMwM<MMft. ���������__������������s^_-ayM������_t!___������<t_Brt'r ^  m-  ITI!  ...Ti^.OlffitCttL   B, 0.,   ftSVlBW.  li, - llll-I   ���������'l-f***     "*'"���������������������������'"   -1    I   T"TT*l  ���������-������������������|-t     ���������*��������� *������������������   r..^~-i-_--_a...l,i.ii.i  -r-  I-i  Hi  .   !  H!  w  1  n  ir  I  ���������--.**'**  IPS '  B*  I'.  71  i' *  K  i-ft*  IN  The Ciresfon 9?ev/e%>  as a result of the efforts of the views of the majority  of   the  | past, the day is not frr distant people of his   district.    Last,  Published every, , Friday at Creston, British Colnmbia, by the Creston Print-  lng and Publishing Company, Ltd.  The Review is;the acknowledged. Advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cirr  oulattag ip nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district an<j  rf-Bctiing ont In a b'rdad manner into other commum.ves. Onr advertising rates  are. based v������on the scale .of the Kootenay dud Boundary _,. iters' Board of Trade-.  Land purchase and laud lease notices, $7 fbr statutory time. Display adver-  ti-.e_ni._it'B; $1 .j&r inch por month; other advertising 1Q centB per line first issue  and {������apntQ .per line in .succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $8,00 a year in  advance. Onr Columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local Inj-  terest and the welfare of the cbtnmunity. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  -__:  With this issue the management ot the Creston fteview  goes into other hands. Mr, C.  E. Hayes has bought out the  interest of the company and  wiu take possession on  August the ist. He has  replaced- some of the machinery' &hd type and wiii have a  iirstclass outfit at his disposal  and as he is a man of  considerable experience in thc  printing and publishing line,  there is every reason to look  for a bright future fpr the  -Review.  Ih addressing our readers  for the last time in an  editorial capacity we wish to  than-: you for'the measure of  ittppcftt which you have accorded the paper at all times  during the brief period iu  " Which we have had thc  honor to crtiide  it*   d^ntl iii <-***.  We haye'always had a deep  appreciation of the Valley and  its tremendous possibilities,  hone the less now that our  editorial connection ceases,  but rather the more. And it  is no small heritage we  relinquish to otir seccessor.  As a parting message we  urge upon you at all times aud  under all circumstances, even  though they seem to be  adverse, to maintain the faith  you have in the Creston  Valley and its future prospects.  We have never heard bf a  climate or soil absolutely  perfect, each has its defects,  but a climate and a soil are  perfect when they Answer the  purpose for which they are  designed or adapted, and  when agriculturist have found  that variety of culture to  which this valley  is adapted,  hr i������*i in -a frt-t *v.tr   ���������*���������<.    v*������. 1 *,������������������*���������/-  . ,i������ ��������� *"������������������* ���������  pertte<-tidn.    We believe   that  when the the student will  have found the specie^ best  adapted to this soil and climate  and then the goal of perfection  will be well in sight. In the  meantime the foundation  work has been exceeding well  carried out and is a credit to  all who have had a share, no  matter how small, in this  important work.  For Mr. Hayes, our successor, we ask your best support,  your unstinted loyalty, the  hospitality and friendship for  which Creston is rightfully  notorious.  Bring him your news and  your views. Give him your  criticisms. If there are  faults, tell. him, dont tell  everybody else first.  Dont cuss him for the things  he puts in about you, rather  bless him for those he leavey  out, about you and your neighbors and the town generally.  Theie are so many thing that  are better not published  because their publication^ only  means flaunting the mistakes,  At* worse, of ft ti-������i!tyhbor h<*tf\rf*  I xj  the  whole   community.    On  matters of principle the editor  crenerallv   voices    his     own  . . .     ���������*,  mm _. m.0. A.4^1  but not least, give the paper  your financial support, cheerfully, Willingly, as a matter  of pleasurable duty, and in  boosting the paper you are  boosting the Dristrict, youir  district.  ^7^4^*4   <������ l.*ili     -������  f_-W*  tm**m* ******      *t������ ������_. *.*-_, *\>*Jl -"���������������      MUW     ���������*������  UlVH  matters    he   expresses    the  Reports from the east   say  the Farmer's bank depositors  are      holding       indignation  meetings.    Sir   Wilfrid   and  his Grit senators should make  point of attending   some   of  them.   In passing   we   note  that in the constitencies where  the greater number of   depositors lived, they did dash out  and elect Liberals.   'No,   not  to     any      extent,���������Phoenii*  Pioneer.  The   estimated   mileage    of  canals and ditches is 2,50c.  To bring ever Jr possible acre  of idle and apparently useless  land under the plough is  the  aim and object of the International   Irrigation     Congress  which this year will hold   its  convention in Ckigary, October  5 to 9.   During the? past  lew  years there have been millions  of acres of land brought under  cultivation by   the   scientificl  application of water', land   the  problems that   confront   the  irrigationists are rapidly being  solved   by   the    information  disseminated at   the   annual  conventions for the discussion  of  matters   that   affect   the  settlers.   These questions are  vital to the  property   of   the-  country.  It will be the privilege of  irrigationsts who attend the  International Irrigation  Congress at Calgary, October  5 to 9 this year, to see the  largest individual irrigation  project on the Americab continent. An excursion has  been arranged for to the  Bassano dam, which is some  eighty miles cast of the convention city-  It  took   several    years   lo  /������A^>1������. I0.t.0%    ���������t_.������������      m.m.0.. 0.0.S.    ������_���������*/!      ������������������I...  ...I., m-m-g, ���������������_���������_,;-.      ......,_.        Jf--'- J ���������������������������������_������������������..   xmmmm.        W--.W  total cost was ,many  millions;  *mammmmmma*mmtm**mm*t*mmmm  Large tract of good valley farming  land just thrown opon fbr froo settle.-  ment In Oregon. Over 200,000 acres in  all. Good climate, rich soil, and does  not require irrigation to-raise- finest  crops of grain, fruit and frardnn trnnk.  For large map,, full instructions and  information,: and a plat ot several  sbctlonsof exceptionally good claims,  send $8.40 to John Koefe, Oregon City,  Orogon. Throe years a U. 8. surveyor  and tlmborman. An opportunity to  got a good fortllo free horastead near  low 11 unu uiarkeir.  When vou want your next job   of  printing dono, no matter what tho Job  ������.- ���������..**..*.,>, ������*._**k.-  U-k_.4MrUi.ViW       ������*7   .,X^U-\f*,Xt,m      JUM      ItUU      *f*  prices are right. ____.  /'  *!'.'. ���������0;".',4>.V7Jaf'r|ufe_"7>t!^_r_^-uiiMJBt'jt i^mKmuAnijXB  ������v^_.  THE   CRESTON;    B.  C,    REVIEW.  ^t$&&&������������%^&!3$(38������$  ^���������V^^V^JLX  MntA  *^\^x  sag.  t   gg  L'tjltftg'   " ���������   asoBp  i  ���������  ####  -  The Leading  .Sfefef e* the  Fruit    Belt  tt  *���������      ���������  .Our   Guests  "I  &S$iJ������fc/i>ffl$*&Wmi  YOU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sijgn the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  f /. B. Moran  Prop*  Some hold that strong language  serves to relieve the temper and to send  up, in a vaporous cloud of word_i,  "humors that Would be much more noxious |f shut in behind clinched teeth.  But the ooeasions when swearing may  bi* considered weneficent are'rai-e indeed  comped witb those when the mephitic  art is praictisecl far the art's sake. We  are not prigs but we have a feeling of,  aven phyical revoit from the man who  makes his mind a cresspool and hiB  mouth a sewer. There are. expletives  which do not any great hkrai. But  ��������� there' ore eipletives  also   into    the  -TJi    .Jf������*     *l������_,-l������   .   '.r..        --    >\m tit X        m-'   _i   .  cefchseef which aR-asicwnt of  foetid  imagination must tavV gone.   Walk  The Review has a complete stock of  paper oh hand and is always in readiness tb do your printing for yon on  short notice.  }������for(Barhs,  Cats arid  Of every description, for children  ,'  or fdr grown-ups, -we recommend I  Nyal's Handy  Ointment  '' It is an ointment .of more than  ��������� usual value. Just the thing to %  - >" keep in your medicine chest for  ]) outs,'Scratches, or those painful  .. burns that the little ones or your-  ��������� *  self get from time to time.  <��������� 1 >  CrdoiiDr.gy.-lvC.,  PHONE 31  corgc  ���������was  s  ������tv   X,    *        f*^ <."***** *���������_���������������'   *^*���������' f    -  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  OOMMQpiOUS  ts.*m*rs������s *=.  mm #-_#_r#������    __������__������  ROOMS  THE BEST AMO MOST  POPULAR HOTEL IN  THE  KOOTENAYS  Run on strictly   up-to-date ,   I  lines.    Unexcelled service in *   I  all     departments.  ���������w^* ��������� _������    ���������������  js-itcnea ,  staff    (including    cook)   all  white ladies.    Every  comfort  and attention given to guests ?  The bar  is s upplied with  .  ti.  only the hest brand of goods. \  \  Porters Meet Trains  Church .Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Public Worship, 10;80 and 7:80 P. M..  Sunday School and Adult Bible Class  11:^0 A.k-  Coih'e and you will be made welcome  Fred T.. Carpenter  astor  ���������<*.  ti  1. J  along oiir streets any day with your  earso^n^ shut.   Heat  the l*ngttage of two  op  three men  .r'gathQ-^d'fb^thei* ft-id. .tisSll *Op������SyC!2__  '.:i'tii 'If? 'ti'4ptiti&M& ���������''���������_:*'���������___' '���������: "r''xiti'������������������'��������� ������������������-' iM. ��������� '__?  eyes. Tou ������������3_ipected tc sec the outcasts  of Bocieiy Minting the air with t-ieii.  'infamous"tonguefl, but that is not wlioib  you see. You see, rather, respectably  drepsed men Witli consideraD.e pretensions (aiii aSmo i"%lit) to be considered  rv&ry otfiei* word wiey speak  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday at 1J :15 a. m  and 7*30 p. m. '  - Safebath School and Adult Bible Glass -  atl0i30a.ra.  W. G. Blake  ������������������ ... " Minister  ! Y     CAT^MC CHimCH  Mass 10:80  Benediction 7;30  .Eyerjy ilra't Sunday of the month.  ier John O. M. I.  decent.  is blaapheniy.   Not only is the   Holy  Name outragod,y but the imagery of  thotr'speech ifeeka? of immorality and  unspeakable filth.   Why is thia?  it   is  mniuly, we may believe the results of a  bad habit and In no way indicative of  the essential rottenens It acorns to oon-  noute.   If these men were to be judged  Jby thier speech lepers would be clean  besido them, and tho average olean man  would shrink from them us the averagi.  clean nian ahrinks from a festering  sore.. Lettfye ihauof fouilword,,speak  000 of hlujpeeohea into a graihc.phohw,  and l������ ������7 corner momont havo   th  machine repeat It to him    H������ woul  prefer to stand on a <anngthenp  on  summer ijay.���������Mpntr^at Star.  "**.  NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  .Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice of which appeared in the B. O.  Gazette on October, 10,1912, is cancelled in so far as it relates to the following  expired timber licenses:���������  448!, 9082, 11347, 21907, 22661, 33116.  34482,26787,26926,38183, 30358, 311������0.  31184, 31185, 81201, 31380. ^1481; 32022,  33711 83411, 33459, 33460i%4231, 34378,  34310, 36502, 37580, 87993, 87994, 41844,  AtAOa or,/. 4Q17R  -XA^X*m%M   h**m*mm    -������������_r������ * *������.  R. A. Renwiok,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,  ���������Victoria, B. C.    .- .-^j,. -      .   ..-  Mar Slat., 1914. June 80  SYNOPSIS OP GOAL MINIG REGU-  ������������������    ���������  '    .       LkTlONb  . A HERON,  MANAGER  ~  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER.CV.O^L__.D., D.CJU Pretfdcat  ALEXANDER I.AIRD, General Manager  -   >���������-'���������_;*  JOHN AIRD_ A������_>t GsmmrtA M^muJ?*  UAPiTAL, $1 ������,089,000    RESERVE FUHD, SI 3,580,000  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of $1 __nd  upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small ^ccdunt?  arc welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.' .*  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with--  dtrawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. S31  JAS. H> SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life ahd Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  rRAIL       -.      -  B.C.  D*dS������������-.8*' _i5������S8!Bh������FS  ,OW OMmMM Want 'Atftt. msm  wmmM ttmnmr ������_*ttk|*r*.   |n ���������*������������������  Tlie Xugust nuniber of Bod r^nd GuA  InBiifd "bjr^. .T. *ayl|t������_* Llpilt^i   "Pu"b*  IVsher, W^OHlstooV. Oiit., has sppejUrei  and Ib up v ta tb* usual standard of  oxoellcn6a"molatj.ltiod by this  repi-os-  entntiye Canndalu magazine of outdoor  life.   The cover on. U an attractive oni  lihtl lllusiralos a big batch of tuna li.  Nova Scc|,?a wh'eyc tbtf cport of  catch1-  ing blfe Unix with rod and lino lagrow^ig  in favor. ,:Vht coptents Include ih'tttiy  \ Interesting stories arid artlctes, among  t.iem axx*mki icon'oe sWiey "To Mooo-i  Factory toy <3nnb^7*w������iIoh in so tat ai  tl.0>et_Ity^v^i I, conceal  form,  ������. 00 n tin dktf on ofthe account glvon  in  laHt mdutli's IssuA 6C a Trip from Late  Ti'jhls^^lnfr'm6Wkt) AWhljl.   Bonny-  i-astle Dale givo* a graphic description  of "WUd^oitlhm y.th tho kwaUlutla*"  w.,,1  thn In'.i.ra nv^.������V.������~_ ,4-nmlXm i.S t~*m......l  > tn 'th'* ifA*_*-'i-l r-rtfiSW mm **t>]) nm nrHAtim  fikia depiu"tii_6nt_' cau-ilnlnK speolai  pformatloa for ths sportsman.  Coal mining,rights of the Dominion,  ih Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Aiberta  tbe Yukon Territory, the North-west  Terr|torl������.B and in a portion of tho Pro-  Vinoo of Br^tltih Columbia, may be leased  for a term of twonty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more than 9,660 cores **vijll be leaned to  one applioant.  , Applloatlop f or tt lease muBt bo made  by the applioant iii person to the Agent  or-9ub-Agont of tho district lu which  tbe rights applied for aro situated.  In surveyed territory tbo land muBt  he dOBOrlbed by sootlons, or legal subdivisions ot sections, and ln unsnrveyod  torrltory tho tract apnllod for sball bo  ������W saw* itmu mm** pmrnm f#*lr  ���������mill mmmi ky bHttokic to yiwr  ammw tmmf^jfwt rmnulttm,  tt 60 c4!tstssv4 fcCtp, S3,  bmntmar,tmrmwahtmmams a pa*  ���������Hleh mr ��������� tfewiMMa.  A moat otttvsUmmtm* ana Immmm  wmmmtom *t*mr w*uM am-^m tt* ������  NMW-I,  .'. 1 > ��������� ��������� 1n    ..  IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION lot the issue of a duplicate  Certirjloaie of Title to Part (70 acres) of  Lot 4593, Gronpe 1. excepting thereout  any lands held by Grant Lease) Agreement for sale or other alienation by the  Crown, Indian Reserves 01* Settlements,  Military or Naval Reserves; Lakes or  Lands in which any person other than  the Crown has a veBted interest.  NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that  ��������� ���������   1 : ' "*  it is my intention to iseue at tho expiration of one month after the flrst publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to the above mentioned  land in the name of the WeBtern Canada Fire Insurance Company Limited,  wbloh Certlfloate Ib dated the 28th day  of September 1007 and numbered 7609A,  (Sgd.) FRED O. MOPFATT,  Deputy Distriot Registrar  Nelson, B. 0.10th June 1914.     .  >������*������_!(_    _   ._   sps������m,iwt*\cst'mf^atchm^io,*Sk ��������� w  ; .������.������l������S������flBH> :.gr.������BHWlX'B-9WSM  _.;_-_a_i-0^1i_..'-linfiWrt*4 '^^'tiliS^tiii  OQ_stton ot mat'i^iuQo J<mrr__T: .Tumi1 *  CAQMla. S8..r������ y������f, K*tftge prepaid.   Soldi  Sfaddle and  Harness ttepalriir/jg  .   AappoiAm.tr  '���������',<���������_  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  _s_������__Ss*  ��������� joa" 0*a  '      -S������*0m������ ,00> *00**00 .00>.  J_ *mt'^a\*'^mmm'mm>ma0^^0  Send Your Wants to Us  staked out by the applicant himself.  Eoch application must be aooompanlod  by a foo ot ���������(> wbloh will be refunded ft  tne rights applied for are not available  but uot otherwise-. A royalty shall bo  Mid on tlio mo^hantoblo output of tho  niino at tho rato df five oents por ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returnb  accouuttng for tho full quantity of mer-  ohantablo coal mlnod and pav the royalty thereon. If tho ooal mining rightB  Ke not,bolng operated, snoh returns  ould be furnished at least onoe a year  Tho lehto will include th^ ooal, mining rights only, bnt tho lessen may bs  pQrmJrtted to purobns* whatovor available surface rights may be considered  neoessary for the -working ot the mine  attho roto of ?10 an noro.  37fj������ * ui* iiiiui uanltuu M|>|jliuMUutj oliUum  bo made tb the Sooretary of tbo Department of tbo Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Ag������>ut or Sub-Agout of Dotniutou Lands  W. W. OORY,  T\.~..,~ 1������������-.|_.-,_. fiti 4Um r,.u.iA-  .    '     '0        ���������  "  ^ll.^ortTaJS-Vnt" will not liVpoidlfor.  to-  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  w  to  to  >_y  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  Job Printing  M_*������-V_M  wr^aKx. tMlw "w*^^ jawr*  jl_#i 111^  It***       \/r0m-4*m*  111      1  XPMALM.  XSa. %Jkt%0*. m  *4*'l*������_-k  CRRSTON REVIEW  ���������'������������������ ..  jgirTglffiMgifiMi^^^  [fflte^.^K,  i_^iaiiaBiiiii.i_iMi)i.iiinfi  a__ii___!t___________.  ���������r4*i  0*u4mm  ���������ytttmlHstm)  *HW***4IMlW-*^-iWMW  liffi'-araiTia  ,a?2____!____?' /
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GUARANTEED HOM1 QROWSi
Cellared���Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing
I "We can hold your trade."
SEsta-li-iisd iGOObythe HON. MftRTIf. BURRELL
Minister of Agriculture
AS... STCSK.DE-.SVERED ?�� roUK KASCK AT CATALOGUE PRICES,
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Q For Catalogue and Price list, write to������
�� .     FRANK V. STAPLES, Agent. Erickson, B, C.
I
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Creston Mercantile Co,
Limited:
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N. R. CARTER, D.D.S., L.D.S.
OF KASLO, WILL BE IN CRESTON   *
a  ium -tiltgUbt.  ^ilu i-Ui   4   jl  WAV/VI   Ui       A ^JU    1_-J��iy2.
Or Longer,    Dr. Carter will be prepared to complete ail Dental operations  in  an  efficient
manner'wits the minimum of discomfort.     Specialist in extensive
Crown, Bridge and Plate Work.
MAKE   APPOINTMENTS    E ARLf I
JAS. TMNTYMAN
@S^ ._-.__-__._-_*________..__.
?__.__- .1
Mill!
lieVwIer
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We have this week opened
up a large shipment of
2nd Doos Froni The Garage
All Repairs   En!rusted   to My  Care
WiJU Receive Pi-i.mpt Attention
Workmauship  Guaranteed
CANCELLATION
RESERVE
OF
Including Dress Goods in
Lawns, -Linons' Nainsooks*
s^BNS10Qe
Limlted
CRESTON       -*;   B.C.
Head  Offices
CALGARY; VANCOIJ-
^���^,    mf^m,   _    _  __     _
I   *�� _r ________ ol C_
A vyCwuS,
Also  Hosiery for,
Women and Children
xtt-At_ .
V __V.iv:
T? T\1V yr/-\"NT"X>rMv.
Sealers in
'ME A
Wholesale an<i Retail
Fish. Game,  Poultry,
and Oysters
A Specialty with us are Galateas
Denims, Shirtings, Etc., for
Rough Wear
��______-_B______H__M-__-_-_^^
The   .
Creston Mercantile Co.
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Limited
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Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables
Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand
TEAM   SLEIGHS
Harness, Single'and Double and Supplies on Hand
Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness
| Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE
I H. S. McCreath, Prop.
j&   Phone 66 Sirdar Avonuo Box 14
J. D. SPIERS
LIVERY AND TRANSFER ,f
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for
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Notice is hereby given that the
reserve established by notice in the
British Columbia Gazette on December
27th, 1907, is cancelled in so far as it
relates to the lauds covered by expired
Timber Licence No. .33615. The said
lands have been surveyed into Lots
11821,11822, 11823, and 11824. Groupe 1,
Kootenay Distriot, end will be opened
to entry by pre-emption at 9 o'clock in
the forenoon on Monday, September
2Is_, 1914. Further information can
obtained' at the office of the Government Agent, Fernie, B. 0., where all
applications for entry must be made.
ROBT. A. RENWIOK,
Deputy Minister of Lands
Lands Department,
Victoria, B. O.
21st July, 1914    ..-'
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We have the goods, and
our nrices are reasonable
{Now is the time to have ybhr
PIANO  TUNED
,   Expert Tuning Guaranteed by
Jc A, P. Crompton
Employ your own townsman
All kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowest price consistent with
GOOD WORKMANSHIP
MORTGAGE SALE
Under and by virtue of tho powers
contained In a certain Mortgage which
will be produced at tho time of the
Sale, theicv will he offered for Sale by
PUBLIC AUCTION by J. Frank Rose
at the Auditorium, in tho town of
Oreston in the Province of British Columbia, on the Friday the 10th day of
July A. D..1914, at tho hour of two
o'clock in tho afternoon, tho following
property:
Blocks Numbered Thirteen (li.) and
Eightoon (18) h.lng part of! Sub-div..
Hion of District Lot Nuinbor Eight.
Hundred and Nlnoty-two (892) Group
(1) Kootenay DIr.i-IoI: in tho Province
of British Columbia according to a
map or plan deposited in tho Land
Registry Ofllco at tho Oity of Nelson
in tho said Province nnd numbered 008.
Terms and conditions will bo made-
known at tho time.of Sale and in the
meantime on application to
EDWARD ALBERT CRBASB,
Nolson, li. C.
Vendor's Solicitor.
JJaUid thia iutii day ol May A. U. WU.
This sale  has  beon postponed nntil
July 20th, samo hour nnd place.
E. A. CREASE,
Nelson, B. O.
Venders Solicitor
Dated at Nolson, July 10,1014.
Thia Halo is further postponed until
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tiR. A. CREASE,  Noloon, B. C.
Vondor's Solicitor,
Dated at Nolson, July 20th, 1011.
This sale Is furthers  postponed   until
..tugin*i. lulu, -uuiu Uoui uuu,   placo.
jx. A. 0-vn.iiiCii-, x?w>��--ju,  Xf,   \j,
Vondor's Solicitor
Dated at Nolson, July liOtb, 1014.
City Bakery
UNDER
New
WATERNQTIGEl
Application for a Licence to store or
pen bock Water wilT be m&ue under ifrn
��� 'Water Aot* * of British Columbia, as
follows:���
1. The name of the applicant ie Samuel Moon.
2. The addresB of the applicant is
Wynndel, B. O.
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.
M The water, is to _e diverted from
the stream on the North side, oris to
be penned back abont 600 feet from O.
P. R. track.
5. The quantity o�� water id vv eioreu
is )4 cubic foot per second.
?7. The purpose for whioh the water
will be used is Domestio and Irrigation.
8. The land on which the water is to
be used is described as follows:��� ?????.-���
Lot 17 aiid 18 of sublot 43 of District
lot 4595 group 1, Kootenay.
9. This notice was posted on the
ground on the 25th day of June, I9l4.
10. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
requirements of the "Water Act" will
be filed in the office ofthe Water Recorder at
Objections may be filed with the said
Water.recorder, tjy with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B. 0.
SAMUEL MOON, (Applicant.)
Mrs. E. W. Payne begs to
announce that she has taken
over the City Bakery.
All kinds of Paltry and
Cakes made to order.
Cold Lunches served at all
times.     Afternoon Teas.
Cooked Ham and Beef Always Ready.
Ice Cream    Soft Iced Drinks
GUY   LOWENBERG
COVBULTJNQ   ENQINKBR
RESTON
B.C.
Ladies  'Tailoring
_____ *
Gents' Tailoring
Cleaning, Pressing a. _1
Repairing of AH Kind
Dry Cleaning  Process  by  a
Practical Tailor
Dress Making by Competent
Dressmaker
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MINERAL ACT
(FormF.)
CERTIFICATE   OF lM-.-lOt'_.B-__NTS
NOTICE
Blue Bird, Last Ohanoe, and Mayflower Minora! Claims/situate in the
NelBOn Mining Division of West Kootonay Distriot.
Where located:��� On one of the north
forks of Summit Creok near the Bay-
onne Mine.
TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Groon.
actin? as ogontfor Thomas Moian.F.
M. O. No, 7C071B and WllHt.m Gpunell.
Freo Miner's Certificate No. 74758B,
intand, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply* to tho Mining Rooordor for
Certificates or Impio^ements, for the
purpose bf obtaining Crown Grants ot
the abovo claims.
Aud furlUur take notion that notion,
undor section 8B, must bo commenced
boforo the issuance of suoh Certificate**
of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of Juno, A.D? 1014,
A.H. GREEN
���Thi. C. O. S. of Oranbrook li. -_>��ltinj*
Iron Bods with mattress and spring for
$11. , "   m
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Hepair Work
First Houmi from  M^thodiwt  Church
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The satisfaction of work  well   '
1 lingers long atter tht prioe It forgot|
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