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 >Y  Vr  %  /  -t"L  kmUmy LeAti ta  ���������\0u*  V  ���������_  5������   ii.  F -T*"  **.  h'VI.  No. 28, 6th YBAk  CRESTON* Bi C v   FRH>A?.   JULY 17, I9i4  =���������*=  ;i3lNGij*B -COPISS Cfci  sv"-"e       '.-.. ..... ���������-..���������"������������������  4  a e ������ e e e e a e ������ e e e ������ ������,.������ e ������ ������ a e .e.s ������ e ,������ e ������ ������ ������ ������  6  *������������������������������������������������������������ ��������� ���������  R9i_f_.  b fi_&    g~*^^Bre*f^  A  OOLy������������W   POS?   THI   PiOPLI  ��������� ���������������*,������������������������ mloation but lack of fund*.   I can point  m tomany instances were log; shacks have  *'  besn abandoned _____! -.tfc^**^*  <_>  ���������        ������  to  ��������� ��������� a ��������� ��������� 0 a e ��������� ��������� ������ o a  ��������� ������������ ���������������9������9 a 9 ma  ���������'"*������������������:  a ������  s  PATERNALISM AOVlSAOLE V  By A. E. WATTS, Wattsfcurg, B.C.  During the visit of Mr. G. J. Bury,  Vice President of the Canadian Paoiflo  Railway, to the West, he said "he  found that many Industrial Bureansand  Boards of trade were giving more time  to farming questions and less to efforts  twards tranporting industries to places  where they were entirely out of place or  a long time in. advance of the times.  He found the belief was gradually  taking hold that It would be better to  develop the surrounding country rather  than ^o endeavor to attract a greater  population than the surrounding country  would support."  Amongst many other things of great  interest Mr. Bury said,���������"I wish to  empba-_-.e more than ever my conviction  that until there is a better adjustment  of urban and rural population in this  country there will continue to be a lack  of adjustment of the financial and  commercial business. By this I mean  that cities and towns must stop doing so  muoh toattract people  to the centres  -U-t-it-ivy.i__.vs -rimmmmmii&mtito- aa 11^ j mcr^ than ike Province could conanms.  land.''  My.,   Bory s������ys:���������''That the    people  should move for themselves,  and that  one other of the troubles that he believes  Is confronting us is that we expect Jtoo  paternalism.   Every move that Is made  or every proposition that is put carries  with it the idea the Government must  father it.   Why not stop this paternalism idea and try something   ourselves?  Get up strong organizations that w*u  deal eaoh with its own district and  aBk  the oitieB to devote as muoh energy to  promoting the industry of the farm as  they attempted to do in   promoting  industries intheolties.   Industries will  oome and will locate In the oenter  of  the distriot that offers tho best market  for their goods.   All other efforro must  be abortive."  industries or  governmental  assistance  to  great railway  corporations   to    a  reasonable extent, but the public   are  beginning to realize  tbat  rather too  mnchassistancehasbeeiigiven to mighty  corporations and too Uttle assistance  to  the workidgmen and producers who will  be balled upon In the near future to bear  the  mighty  burdens whioh   will    be  imposed upon Canada, to pay intereest  on the many hundreds of millions spent  in-.jadvance of the country's requirements, and it is  rather ungatetnl   for  representees of corporations to preach  thi discontinuance of paternalism after  most of it has been exhausted on them-  89lt*6.  elef-r the land and renderit productive  anf in. most oases the me^had to leave  the^r hpldings aad ssslr ^pjoyarent to  obtain the means of snbaiijjanoe.  "Whereas, many have  ?nade hbortive  et-epapts the ganae to j^jr knowledge  could" have  been suooepful had   the  struggling settlers received a very small  amount of financial assisfcfcnoe or paternal care from the Government.   It has  never been Buggested that  this should  be done to an extent aage&erous the poor  would-be producers a������ %vh^ been done  for the mighty* oorj^^q^ \  Cauda would ^d^^ii^rtv in raifiiug I  one hundred million ^oilars or more  when required at $| ������md would find  less difficulty __* lettd-p p the'" money at  5% to those engaged in tie agricultural  industry, that is the only kind of strong  organization that can possibly be effective and Mr. Bury willadmit this would  be sound business.  There is no valid reason why the  Government should not pdvanes money  to the farmer at a low rate of interest to  purchase better giadea of stoo^-r of all  kinds, or to loan money on improved  farmB and also to struggling settlers, in  proportion to the initial improvements  -m r���������rt-r_-_i  SPOKANE FAI  SEPT.1  MfcYBury says that British Oolumbia underway. The security would be good  |r^se_ses thousands of aores of good provided of course tKe'la������d was good,  agricultural land some of it cleared,  he land if it is of no value then the people  roight go further and say* that British  Cola-tibia possesses hundreds of thousand*} of acres of the finest kind of  agricultural land which presents the  -t opportunities for    produoing  &tj$ yet statistics show-thatunt^of every*  glx������_?_.������ ennsnmed in British Columbia  it produces one, and other agricultural  products in equal proporion are consumed  but not raised in   the    country.  JE*0tf _06B   in     *Ml*0   intetiou.    ������.*      _3_4ti*-_r  Oolumbia to-day are sold at $40,00-per  (ion rand they are being, imported from  the states, yet there are, thousanes of  people in the  Province   unemployed,  n'^toJU_ia_../v*-~_arI-���������t-c_3.w_'-<*1,:I >������������*-', ���������*������������������  find faotorles closed down, and the  ^foresaid hundreds of thousands of acres  remain untitled, and I am sadly afraid  that Mr. Bury's suggested panacea will  not prove a cure-all for the serious state  of affairs now existing.   That Ib,  with-1 for their own use some of the best tim  ought not to be invited to cquie to  the  country.  The Paternalism of the Dominion and  Provincial Governments has be^p more  than potemal, we might say even  maternal in its lo-rtng ca_������*- eyf tv>������ g^.*  corporations many beiX^^io^tbVm&i  h*M_u������rsus cf _____lic:_s 0? dollars, and  million after million of aores of land  including timber being presented to  them.  : KVr*r_ ait _u_������nalyze the lumber sitn-  ������tiou and paternalism towards, one railway company whioh was granted over  ^18,000.00 per mile in cash for building  theJJrowa Nest Pass Railway, and four  the ihtoddiTSf I3*ii1sk ^hfiSittoi7^-ie  raUway company selected and sold the  greater proportion of the best and kindly returned the leavings to the Government, that is to the people, reserving  Spokane, Wash. JulylO���������''GomeQn!  Let's Go" is the slogan which thousands  of highly colored lithographs now   being sent  broadcast  over  the  Inland  Empire ate   carrying  forth  for the  Spokane Interstate Fair  which  this  year will be held nine days, September  12 to 20.   The lithographs advertise the  main features of the coming fair which  include Irwih Bros. Genuine Ohey^QQe  j. ronirier Days? with 160 cowboys and a  whole trainload of horses  and  the second Pole Tournament with  Canadian  and  American teans contending for the northwest chamionship;  the Athletict events, the races, the farm  machinery  demonstrations   and    the  special premiums for the work of  the  children    The fair will again stage  a  Better Baby  contest and  expects  to  eclipse the one of 1913 which was  the  largest ih the world.  DUCK GREEK NEWS  mmm\u  .Mi  out prompt energetic Government  pateralism of the same nature that made  Denmark a prosperous country  whloh  Whilst Mr. Bury's remarks are full of I to-day Is furnishing our own  Mother  sound common sense hlB  strictures  on | Country with three-fourths of the butter  paternalism to my mind aro rather ont  of place.   Presuming thut the people of  Canada never  treated  great railway  corporations paternally,  the  railways  to-day would be non-existant or pretty  nearly  so.   Without  paternaliflm    or  protection where would the lead,  steel  and iron industries iu Canada bo to-day?  Infant industries stand in need of nursing hence tho rapid stridos made by tho  UuHotl Statoa in building up her mighty  manufacturing concerns owing to tho  appreciation of this faot.   No  person  post-eased    of any  business    acumen  ahould object to tho nursing of infaut  used, and which is also doing so muoh  for New Zealand, Australia and other  ovor-acas DoniinionB.  WhU.Mho struggle is hard for  the  popr sutler on  the dear prairie land  which in rcadr for the plow,   it Ib  a  hundred times harder for the   poor  Bottler iu Brit Uh Oolumbia to transform  the primeval forest into  a productive  tinrdon,   TbouflandB of abortive attempts  havo boon inado by honcnt  otrugglinB  men to root up the stumps and till  the  land, but the dlthouly whloh confrontfl  the   greater proportion of the   poor  BOttlore in not luok of musole or detar-  -__=  >**% m 0smsmm,> ***m** m* -mwaa*, maam     aaar  NOTICE I  '���������''-'���������'  ~    "    m    .  Owing to the f&ct that the management of  this   paper  changes ou August 1st all subsciptions   or   other   accounts  ��������� .1  ,. ,..,    V   .. .........     A       T������      C     Ox,. -.1 ...     .....f.1.   I������.m' ������.,������.������|!|     !%���������������  OWIiiJd; liic piici-cm. j_vc*.*������y-v ���������**���������* **>  k>������ whaui**y% *__.������_*������. *j*~ p*.***    **y  that date in order to avoid complications.    Please   come   in  and arrange for said accounts either by cash or its equivalent  ber, and at oue point in this timber the  company operates tie-oampa and a sawmill, and according to the last leport  supplied to me one-thouaand wen are  employed in manufacturing lumber and  ties, whilst some oftheoldeBt milling  oonoorns have their mills Idle and hundred of work teauiH.out-g^u-lug because  they cannot find work for them nor for  their woikman, owing to tho faot tbat  the lumber business has been practically deetroyod through the lack of paternalism   or   simple   protootion.   Tho  mighty corporation Ib  oporating with  unlimited capital on tlm bor that  cost  them abHolutely nothing, tho Htro-n-Bl-  ing lumberman has to moot American  competition in his own restricted market, free lumber, no bounty, uo bonus,  many of the smaller lumber men are J  paying $9.00 por   thouannd stumpagO  for thoir timber and tho groat corporation payo nothing, and io consequently  today operating in full blast and Is the  only great lumber conoorn in tho Interior of British Columbia doing so.  My contention is that what paternalism ha* done for the groat corporations  it oan do for the sgrioulturaloommuuity  and that class would not bo the only  ono to reap the benettt,-~tho teaming  population of tha cities would be sup-  piled with cheaper food, the great rail-  The annual sohool meeting which  was called for 10 a.m. on Saturday did  npt materohze at) that hour owing to  everyone being so busy. Two of the  trustees found time to be present aud  had a pleasant little talk for a couple  of hours after which they finally adjourned the meeting until 730 pm.  the same evening. The evenings  meeting resulted in Mr. O. J. Wigen  being appointed trustees to fill Mr. F.  <y_Msy^-p_a^^  Blr. Paul "3Elag������-. 'Was  _e-elected auditor. ���������'���������.���������-.  Mr. John Huscroft brought down a  gang of men on Sunday and is employed on some work on the old saw mill.  A. E. Penson of Erickson arrived  hereon Sunday and is employed by  Monrad Wijgen putting in hew machinery at the box ifactory.  x^htx^Jtarttifisyi -tetatjxra^turvrm^i^  diBconsolate frame of mind.  Oarl Wigen was a Oreston caller  Sunday.    ���������������  Jack Johnson,    U. H.   Black, and  Carl Carlson spent Monday in Oreston.  Annio Johnson left on Monday for  Nelson to attend  the   Chahko Mika  celebration.  A large orowd from Duok Creek  drovo into Oreston Monday night and  attended the band dance. Thoy all  reported having had a swell timcTf u ���������.).  Jimmy Thompson left on-Tue������dMy  for Oalgary. Jimmy Is going to _-.___���������_>  his fortune in oil. We hope lt*w6h't  turn out a (miss) fortune.  Tho Co-operative Fruit Growers of  Wynndel, handled 820 orates of strawberries from July 0-15, This makosn  total of -808 crates shipped this season.  Harry Bathie passed through hero  ou Wednesday en vaute for Nelson and  Chahko Mika.  Miss Phyllis Shaw of Cranbiook left  on Sunday after a 6 weeks stay at  Duok Creek.  Evoiyliody ._��������� ������<;������-iufc; j**l_o i,_Uvw the  rain came.  Confident that there will be a   large  orowdof visitors to Nelson from Bast  Kootenay during Chahko Mika  week  and that the rifle clubs from that distict  will bs well repreeented at the ������nni.������_i  shoot of Interior of British Columbia  RiSe association, George B.  Qarrai of  Gireenwood, president of the? interior  rifle assqeiatiyn, reached the oity last  week aftflr a visit to the Crsaton-Eriok-  son. Oranbrook and Outlet Sports Club  Rifle associations.   Mr. Garrett is at .the  Hume and expects to be in the oity until  after tbe oarniual,   having found  too  little time at his .command to' make   a  tour of the other associations of the district.   Though the dates for the annua1  shoot this season are alittleinponvenient  for the Creston riflemen,   Mr.   Garrett  states that he is   almost  positive that  they will have a team  entered iii  the  shoot next year.  Mr. Garret stated last night that he  had been royally treated by the O&dlrs  and members of the association! t_g*i:_2e  had visited and in each instance special  shoots had been held during  hia   viiflt.  Everything had beett done to Wke 'his  visit pleasant and the shoots had |e|n  very well attended. '        -   ������  He paid r tribute to the work ; tjt^t  was being done in East Kodtexity toward producing marksmen f Am tlie  younger men of the communities ������^dHe  looks before many mure seasons jj^&lto  see additional associatioi&s wiih ^t_6*������ly  4m}$mmstuim^.in^^^  News; ��������� V - -7?"'.?," ������������������-"������������������ ? "?_?;r^'^5r  J. P. Guimond is wanted. Wja.catt  benefit him when we find bisa. : Communicate 418 Loo Building, Ve*no(fv^tt  B. O.  ���������' '     ��������� '''?;  NEWS  of Yahk was a  i00xm*mm^x-.x^0^^mi*m-*A*m*Smmx2mxmm*^.m.m.*.. ���������v_  :!fjl���������  Mr. Gu8S  Larson  upliiioia~fa"SHa:fl.-���������  Miss Gund^rsori of Oranbi^ok ipent  Sunday m thia city,  Mrs. G. A. Hunt was a caller in  Oreston last Sunday.  MIsb May Johnson of Vanoouver is  visiting Mrs. G. A. Hunt.  Mr. A Strahl of Alice Siding oaknp-  ed on Goat river for a night where lie  made a nice catch of the speokled  j-teautioes.  Messrs Hines and Irvine the two oil  magnates, wero in tho oity trying to  unload somo of thoir surplus stook,  failing iu thiB, they took to tho river,  whero they tried to got tho speokled  beauties , to bite, but met with disappointment.  The Govcrnuiont road work of this  district has  bBon shut  down for the  BOROOn,  Dr. Henderson was ' on our streets  ono day this week.  J. MoMillan   was a caller between  trains, lost Sunday.  J. Meyers left today for Cranbrook.  ���������w-  The following services will beheld  at Christ Church, Ohuroh of England,  on Sunday, July 10th. 10:16 a. m. S.  Sohoolt 10i30 a.m.   Mattlni; 11 a.m.  Holy Coiiiinuuiou. Xu������ Hov. Z_. P.  Flewslllug will officiate asslatod by  Rov. K. Bull.  xiii; FxtiuX. V. Staples oi Eiicitsoju,  B. C. ho* accepted a position am f*gent  for the Hiversido Nurseries position  recently oocuplod by W. V. Jaokson.  The Hiversido Nurseries are to be  congratulated on tho selection of an,  agent.  "���������V   *���������*;  .   0.** f*S-  ��������� rr *     m**A     0\\*\ 1 (  tr*m.m*Jmm,m.M    ������_.    t_>_.������  A\  Whon vou want your next job   ot  printing done, no matter what tbe Job  7������80 p.m. Evensong and' ls# bring Jfc to the Review offloe.   W������  Address alno at Erickaon 8 p.m. Even-1 guMllnt<)4> ft fireUslaee Job and our  4:  l'l  ' 'I  ti.M  ,~ .~J*    S JtA --  I'  "W  frlxxixmm ������__<���������> x,*t%*xx.  mmmmmm**imi*immmtmmmm c<  THE   CBESTQI-I.    B.  C,    REVIEW:.  Iv-ff.ffvf  5-_\   IV  l-\   (V  \v   \V'\v  ������V  \\_AVt.  J-Wtwliift1  rsi  _ffl_     A A-    Mmmmsmmti  \h'v.  -__4_e:i  1 During the Month of Ju  Kanch  dox Labels  refer imow an  sou r ������  IS.OO'  # _-������4?  __ #*w  Creston  CTiti~ Ijmttmm  Published every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  tug MUU tr i  ��������� _.,_... U*^_,  n^m*.m\f.miT0    T ,4-/1  times.       Stop     paternalism? scamps and  political bootleg  The Review fa the acknowledged advertising medium of the ureBton vaiiey, cix-  culatlriginneariyonethonBand homes throughout the Oreston district and  ;..., lung out iu a broad manner into other oommnnir^s. Our advertising rates  cinothena^;-<rr "thn-inch p.?r'month; oth-r advertising 10 cents per line flrst issue  and 5 cents per Hue in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a yoar in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of looal interest and the* welfare of the community. ODntributionB must be brief and  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Lessee, Editor and Manager  We reproduce this weel* an J expect too much paternalism."  article from the pen of A. E. iThe truth is that we have  Watts, of Wattsburg, on the) seen the C. P. R. and other  subject "Industries Follow' corporations do so well under  Farmers, Is   Paternalism Ad- the  limited  paternalism   that  visable?  This article is of exceptional value at this time when  the name of the writer has  been suggested as a possible  candidate for the federal  house in thc constituency  established iu East Kootenay  under the new distribution  act.  While Mr. Watts deals  with uo new subject and  advances   no   ue'vv   argument  . he comments ably and pointedly on the remarks of no  less a person thau thc Vice-  President of the C P. R. the  Ulc������tt*cj-_ t.oi poituioij in Canada.    Mr. Bury .says "One of  ���������the   troubles that   he believes  I r* 0. *% t*,m^ m-m 4 * *- - *��������� ������������������#*     * r*        * V,  ��������� 4      *.,.  + X4- ���������*.  <~ * * _��������� *   -v- mmm *.������. mm* ^ i_+ ,_      * *s -*ii������|,      WW  se&'ms to have been reserved  for such institutions, to the  exclusion of all others, that  we have even dared to hope  that perhaps a measure, a  very limited measure of the  dose might work iu thc case  of other industries, say agriculture. This from Mr. Bury,  "Every move that is made or  every proposition that is put  curries with it the idea that  the Government must father  it. Why not stop this paternalism idea and try something ourselves." Alas that a  man of the ability and experience which have raised Mr.  Bury to the proud position lie  occupies, should fail so utter-  ���������v  LO - V_l4SA  4 1  Might as well try to stop the  roll of the mighty ocean. Has  the travail of the cc__.tur.oc  availed for naught? Knows  he not that tilie idea of paternalism, Governmental father-    ���������-.jax   ot "tile  political conceptions of ages?  Perhaps he means to stop  paternalism as it has been  carried out in the recent past,  where corporations and railroads whose ''every move and  proposition carried with it the  idea that tjie government  must father it.M If he means  to stop that form of paternalism he is right, it will be  stopped. The people are  awaking to the fact that in  mauy instances their very  best lands, their forests, their  prairies, fieir Alpine beauty  spots, their minerals and in  fact the cream of their inheritance has been given away to  the corporations aud rich  capitalists aud iu return they  arc offered a mess of pottage.  Thc change has not conic as  the result of political agitation  or opposition, but on the  other hand it has come  because of the actual emancipation of the voters who in  thc   past   have   been   bliuclly  led   by    so  called   politicians  ,..i���������  Sers*  Under  that  system  pater-  ta_.li_.__a   by     the     government  would have furnished but  additional power to the exploiters and left us in worse  condition, if possmie, than we  are today. Who in Canada  has gained so much from  paternalism as has the C. P.  R.? And now forsooth, Mr.  Bury disconrages paternalism  there must be something left  that the capitalists have their  pye on and would lull us with  purrings of anti-paternalism  while they make the haul.  It took the world centuries  and generations to assimilate  the idea of brotherhood, it has  taken the world centuries  and generations to fathom  the possibilities of government  fatherhood. Possibly the slowest nation to awake to the  advancing treud of the time  is Great Britain, but she too  is awaking and ere long will  participate ,in Lhe benefits of  govcruincut fatherhood as  well as national brohterhood.  Canada must keep pace. She  will.  What is paternalism good  for? Evidently in the mind  of Mr. Bury it is only good  for corporations and   capital-  l^UO       KJl       tliC J   ���������������***���������*     ���������������������������*���������������-      -lUlJU.i-^      M-Uiw    .__CV__, I __>_.-,     L/UL   X|  . , *l t      ������ Tr-r  Li-.*-      UUUU   t-li.   _._..    ._-,.  ���������  Watts and others?/..who^hiaive  written extensively on the .  subject it is* good for other  industries and more especially  is it good for the agriculturist.,  The Review of July 3rd contained an article signed by  "A Prospector." ' In it the  writer made a strong plea for  paternal aid to the industry  of prospecting, to which?the  world and this province owes  so much.  Now for the point of the  argument. Mr, Bury is afraid  of too much paternalism.  Could a man be too much a  father to his children? If his  family was small he might be  partial to dne or, two of his  children. and , deny to the  others the favor of his fatherhood. This is an apt. illustration of the system as it haf?  worked in the pas"-. But when  the children are growing older  and   others    are   coming   to  swell   the  demands   on   the  ���������* ���������'  rcsorccs of his family, the  wise fathei- is the one who  takes each of his children  into his confid ance impartially  and evolves with them  answers to'their problems and  the* nr'fir-* ortA  l-i���������.r*���������*10*''*''"*��������� r*t th**  A . . r. r. ...     .....I  ..1 ..?..j,       w.     \.X*m.  whole family. Jf he fails to  do this   voluutarily   the: day  icouuuuuu ou page xi.)  mJ*  m*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  mmt*m  ___���������_���������_  *mmm _^'n^Tfti_irai������i. ������_r_T>_<_i������i-i-������i-OT_,i^ ���������^���������^.^..'i^Ag.-.-ga.rfyy':-^-.-.!.-  Creston Motel  OT_WTGi_B.  C.,   rswto  >MaB^������"���������,'  - ������������������������''*'���������'���������***��������� ������������������  _ * ___ J ������������������ml**-*   m  ^m_u*--v-*r-^  I T/^JM    ^f^SlHHmi* sr,  I Ca/_s afl</  AEX  tiTrta.  TtiO'iaAStnn  :HdiMtiof-0'  Fruit   Belt  YOU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if yoksign the register at  the Creston? __������btel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  $&\ Our Guests  Call   cfigain  r_5.  Headquarters for Mining Men, |g  I^uhib^iihe-i, ^tan chers, Tourists )||  and Commercials. fife  I Braises  .pf every description.- for childrpri  or for grown-ups? we recommend  i   Nyal's Handy  \ f\ 1..-A '..-.'ti.": .*  Kjimmeni  9   ' i ���������  f   If is au  ointment of mere  than  |   usual value.    J net the thing to  1  keep in your medicine chest for   J  cats, scratches,  or those .painftil   f  burns that the little ones or yourself get from time to time.  ton Drug & Book Co.  the?  j^/rtiWis*      ������        Run   o*" ���������������������������������*��������� .'_-������-i--.   .. ��������� ix;. j_.  .-���������������������������   ..N^#r������_s      I-    .  ���������     u������������������.-._.xvt-x^y  .up-io-date  /���������-_e"      ���������_���������������_-__; fl . .'"  OF TW������  TRANSIENT  /> Bm Moran  _T������*  ���������.������_m??.Y.YV,Y  ^  -Prop, i  -^j ^ *!<_>* ^^^  ;t-  PHONE &1  QCir? ImODiOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  \THE BEST ANC3  MOST  POPULAR HOTEL. IN  THE  KOOTENAYS  lines. Unexcelled service in  all departments^ Kitchen  staff (including cook) all?  white ladies. ' Every comfor|  and attention given to guests  The bar? is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  Porters M*>et Trains  ������-������������������f ������ ��������� . ��������������� ������ ���������������������.������������������ ������������������������������������������ >������  A  (continued from page 2.)  vvijl coMe \vhen the sdhs will  get together and force him to  do what his  common  sense  should hjive suggested to him  before.   It is a foolish government which fails to see in the  opposition  anything of good,  aad -it is  a wise  government  which   absorbes  what is best  in   its    opponents     whether  liberal or Socialist. Whereas  Socialism^ today would be a  failure aspm  executive force,  it is furnishing to the thinker  some of the  greatest  reform  sagge&tioisi that   any   party  has  ever    advocate!    and  it  would be good; fatherhood on  the  part  of oar  government  to  take   this   iatest  political  claimant  to sonship  *n^o the  paternal confidence and counsel.    If not some day this big  growing  boy    will   demand  recognition arid  when the old  man is enfeebled  with inter-1  nal    complications,      obtain  by force more, a  gre-n deal  than   hie has   the courage to  ask or hope for  in this day of  ^iis youth.  Paterusilisui  equitably   ad-  ministered solves the enigmas  of time,  answers  the  riddles  of the  past, knocks  the crutches  froitn   under the  pessimist     and     furnishes     the  ^former with  abundant food  for   thought.    It   has   many  names   and  a    past   history  which is   not very flattering,  but  ���������te    government  which  pd-.i-i.-,  this child  and gives  Mm iair treatment, will make  for itself   a name   which will  not soon be forgotten.  The ReView has a complete stock of  paper on hand and is always in readiness to do yonr printing for you on  short notice.  IA/ " A     -U/������-____������_������������v_-������  WV.;J~1' '^ *Zm rxKjiv,  fwANA&ER  -L  Church Notices  METHODIST  01 UTTD  URCH  Public Worship, 10 ;80 and 7:30 Pi M..  Sunday Sohool and Adult Bible Glass  'll-aO.'A.M..'.,' ���������- ;-,- /r.Y ���������:',���������.:.- :  Come and yon will be made welcome  Fred L..Carpenter  . astor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday at 11 :l6 a. m.  and,7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School and Adult Bible Class  at 10:80 a. ni.  W. G. Blake  Minister  -NOTiCE OF CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  Notice is hereby given that a reserve,  notice oi which appeared in  the B.  O.  Gazette on October, 10, 19127 is cancelled in so far as it relates to the following  expired timber licenses :���������  j.  4481, 908i_, 11347,21907, 22661, 23116;  24432, 26737, 26926, 28183, .30358,  31180,  {11184, 31185?3J201, 31380.. 3148!? 32022,  ������-.711   83411; 33469,   33460,734221, 34273,  3431Q, 36502, 37680, 37993,   379'94.  41344.  41426 and 43176.  R. A. Renwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Lands Department,  Victoria, B. C.  Mar 31 st., 1914. June 8C  THE CANADIAN BA1*K'  of commerceT^*"  **tmmmjZ������m?^<^'^^ 5Sfe _-Sfi___ ������-_���������������  CAPITAL, $\ 5,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,000,000.  ACCOWTS  Interest at the current rate is allowed on'all deposits of $1 and  upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small accounts  are welcomed.     Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  ......  Accounts may be opened ih the names of two or more persons, withdrawals to be made by any one cf them cr by the survivor. S21  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto,  TRAIL       -        -     -. -   B.C.  fig __*Ti������ i"!  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Haas 10:30  Benediction 7;30  Every first Suuday of th������ ������.���������������**.  father Johu O. M. I.  _____  Bring in Your Renewal of  CSiihorrli*.-! Inn to- thf.  ������������������ *"  '- --������---'  rRFSTO RFVIFW  %Jm.m\m0m%* * m0m m  itm** H  __._������_������ ��������� ���������  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yu,hon Territory, the North-weBt  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colombia, may ho loaned  for a term of twenty-one yoara at  an annual rental of $1 au aore. Not  thore than 2,600 aoroB will be leased to  one applioant.  . Application for a loaso muH.t bo madf*  by the applicant In person to the Agent  or But**Agent of the dlHfrlot in whioh  tlio rights applied for are nltuated.  In eurvoyed territory the land muBt  ho doBcribed by sections, or legal sub-  division*, of BcatloiiB, nnd in uiiBurveyed  torritfiry this tract applied for shall bo  staked.out by tho applicantlitniBolf.  Each npj.llof'tlon mimt bo aocntnpanlod  by a foo or |5 whlcu will bo refunded If  tho rights applied for aro uot nvallablo  bufc'iUot*ofcherwiBe, >A royalty shall bo  paid on tho*merohautabic output of thc  mint* at tho rate of flvo cents por ton.  Tho portion operating tho mine shull  furnish tho Agont with sworn returnh  accounting for tho full quantity of merchantable ooal mined and pay the royalty thoroon. If tho coul mining righti.  uio uot- buitig opoiatud) uuvh iotu.ni.  Hhould bo fnrnishod nt tonat. onco a year  Tho loauo will luclndo tho coal mining ilghtB only, but tho Iohboo may be  puriuUtcd to nuvohfiBC whatever uvall-  ab o surfaoo rights may he considered  noccsaary for the working of tho miuo  at thn rate of $10 on aero.  For full information application should  bo mado to the Suorctury of tho Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any  _V_(v... or Sab-Agent cf Dominion t_r.'..da  W. W. CORY,  "popUty Mlniutoi* of tho Interior.  N. -B.^lT-^anthorb.ed pnlilicatilon ot  thlo adtcrthenn-ntwlU not bo paid for.  ���������������>UU-V,  ilit!  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Dollar Doublers  Our OlaMlOetf Want Ads. ar*  r*al ������l4>ll-_r doubUrft. In ���������ho������  . |������ath*r and r*rvoua ���������nortrv th-ty  will eavs ycui many ilmss their  ���������mall eoa* liy bringing to yo_������r  door. whA*. you rsqulra, wK^tMr  It b������.������mo*������n������ holp, a dMlrailM*  ttorrhmimr for, susrptus each, a p������*  ���������itlon or a domootle.  A mnt oonvlnolny and Inox-  0������nalvo proof would at *V> try a  Want Ad.  tmi*m*u m m m m. mmM*  \ IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for tho issue of a duplicate  Certifliate of Title to Part (70 acres) of  Lot 4592, Gronpe I.  excepting thereon*-  ftDT lgiirio    lir_l<.l7.r- <���������_...,..������    1 .-,      *...,.  ment for sale or other alienation hy the  Crown, Indian Reserveaor Settlement..,  Military  or Nnvnl  Reeerves,  Lakes ci-  Z h "e'Orowh'""Basa "vestea ltn-ui-anir.-   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  it. is my intention to issue at the expiration of ono month after the first publication hereof a duplicate of tho Certilleate of Title to the abovo mentioned  land iu the name of the Western Canada Fire Insurance Company Limited,  which Certilleate in dated tho 28th day  or September 1007 and numbered 7009A.  (Sgd.) FRED O. MOFFATT,  Deputy District Registrar  Nelson, B. O. 10th June 1914.  rRAcs Marks  DESIGNa  Copyrights Ac.  Anyonesendlne a _T--.et_and description mar  qulckir aacortnin omi<. opinion fres wscthsp *������������  invention 18 probttbij'vateptahla.j Communloa-  tlon.Bfrlotlyoonfldentlal. HflfJOBOOIl onPateaU  sent free. Oldest ngency-'cipoeaurliiflrjputonts.  Patents token tb.ouRh Munn * Co. rnc.lve  special notice, without oharBO, lathe  <  Scieniific American.  <. handsomely llluatrufced weekly. Largest circulation of any BuienMllo Jonrnivl. 'I'.,!>i_ *or  Cr.i.^i., &..T& u yuur, ;. aiitay- prupiWd. bold by  ill newsdealer*.  kS6l8ro*d^ New York  moo. && V BU Watfaiuut'>n, 1). O.  Saddle anil.  Harness  Repairing  A SPEOIALTY  Dealer in   high    class  boots and snoes.  ___ ��������� * HmwP' ^B_____^ ^s*m\^? ^mm** 4LWm^ ^amta^ ^L&tf ^BfcM^ 4ff^g^ jjjpy ^BOff* rmt**        ^^^^5 ^^_!_5 ^^_____������ ^^___5 m^^mw m^^SS ^^^_5 _t^^__5 ���������^^_____5 ^j__5 ^js__5 *____^^ __  ffffjfOks ^mK ��������� ^*** ��������� ^������K ��������� ^Snx ��������� ^"*fc * ^*"^ * ^"^ * ^^ * ^* " ^^ * ^^ * **   ^^   ^^   *^   ^T    *^   *^   *^   ^^   ^^   ^^ ^^$Sr  Send Your Wants to  We Are Specially Equipped To Do  All Kinds of  ������ T      ^  Us 5}j  Job Printing  Bring: in Your Order, to the  to  GRJBSTOIN  K.tiV1 ____������W  KT'V. '**<��������� S9k���������>_������**.���������___������.��������� 5!*i ��������� 3������ ���������3-|--_������''Jl-'.������a_ls_a_.  . ^Mtg _ ^l_mj -.���������'"_gC"'*q__i i'_2Mb, '"?3Sk i mS0*^*f. ������00/ * ____f ��������� '00'* ___^  ���������__^V _>*��������� 'JSt'^Sm,'l^ii>  to  to  to  to  iii  mwt0  _#  1  "Hi  I  *  *msmmaa0i*0mmam*MiiiiaaammmiiJsaaami PIPY  ti*?&������%>'.  '���������.P.v&S&S.-.  ���������'���������'&$  ;l������SS  THfe   bfeBSTO^   ttfeVlEirV.    GMStDSl,    B, C.  /  -_*_  T-wHiwiw-H  .,,mtm^i\mm,\TrimT.iii*mh'nm.';  The Forum  Tie Riwemrsld&������Surm@^s@  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, ffe C.  flWSffrSge������^   Peaches i  IP#ff*������������ Mkr'PLsmZm aRmmmE**  cherries  GUARANTEED HOME CROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established lOOObythe HON. MARTIN BURR ELI.  , minister of Agriculture _������._,���������-������__������_  ! ALL ST@e_iDELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES  j For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  FRANK V. STAPLES, Agent. Erickson, B. C.  i  1  I  ���������  s  The  (Contiuued from Page 1)  way corporation's traffic would increase j  and as Mr. Bury truly says industries  would bo attracted iu consequence of  the development of the country.  Railroad expansion and development  like real estate business or anything  else oan be overdoue. Whilst railways  provide a modern convenience it mUBt  be remembered that groat oitios existed  ages before Stevenson noticed the wabbling kettle lid or Watt made hia first  engine.  Thinking p������*opl������ will admit that there  are thiugs of vastly more importance  than railway-*, a-*d tb������ one greater than  all is to ninkt- thi- < oni.ti-y iu whioh we  live prodtciist* nnii .. .1'M-Mtaininfc and  this ahould Ih-tin* l-igbect aim d. politicians and statesmen.  Rev. Bull took the Westbound train  to Nelson Thursday to the big Celebration.  __.aw.er Knives Ground, 'jby W. B.  Embree.  Mr. Frank Smith took in the Chahko  Mika at Nelson Thursday returning  home Friday.     % "<:.,.  Mr. Fullmer of Cowley, Alta. arrived in Creston, Monday to accept a  position with W. K. Brown us'blacksmith.  i  W. Burton and family will leave the  first of the weeis for their new home  in Saskatchewan, 50 miles north of  Star city.  Mi\ and Mrs. E. Payne bave taken  over the business formerly conducted  byE. BarraclQugh, the city bakery,  and will conduct a flrst class bakery,  ice cream, and confectionery shop. ,  Advertiser will give a 10 year lease  on 5 aores of CreBton choice fruit laud  with running stream, very nominal  rental, Special advantages given to the  right people, Particulars apply at tbe  Review Office.  r_f^"T  &Sm\Yf\  UM  Titi  Pm^^mtflti iviP^Pr'^fiTilP I aO~  Limited  Mr. Goo. Mawson and Floyd Ivougsrs  BE  Messrs. V. O. Rodgers, Dick Bevan,  and Tom Crawford were among the  Creston people who took in the Chahko Mika. '  left Tuesday for Nol  Chahko Mikr. Tho  turn Sunday.  >m to take in the  expected  to  re-  OUR STO  CK OF  PAINTS  OILS and VARNISHES  IS COMPLETE  fCTf-....      __���������     ������������������-.__     _���������-..-._������     "---������       1-JJ������T������_   vfinf  J.X'-'w    j.v>   lu.������-   uuiv   ia.������    *-_������,v-_- yxx**x  PIANO  TUNED  Expert Tuning Guaranteed by  J. A. P. Crompton  Employ your own townsman  All kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowest price consistent with  GOOD WORKMANSHIP  We handle the famous  herwin -  BURNS & Go.  Limited  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head   Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  1  Points and can sell you Paints, mixed or dry for  your  House, Barn, Buggy, Wagon, Fence., or for  any purpose whatsoever.  The cheapest GOOD Paint  on the  market.     It  will  outwear two applications of any other Paint  i I IC  Creston Mercantile Co.  Limited  Dealers in  MEAT  Wholesale and Retail  ��������� Send for our prioes on furniture, we  pay tbe freight.    O. C. S.  Mr. and Mra. Barraclough and  family formerly of city Bakery here  -������3ft Friday for Kami *>ops where they  will take up their residence on their  ranch there. They expect to stop over  in Nelson for the Chahko Mika.  ���������The C. C. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds witb mattreBB aud spring for  $11.  Large tract of good  valley   farming  land just thrown open for free   settlement 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 garden truck.  For large map, full   instructions   and  information,    and   a   plat   of  several  sections of exceptionally good  claims,  send $8.40 to John Keefe, Oregon City,  Oregon.   Three years a U. S. surveyor  and timberman     An   opportunity   to  get a good fertile free   homstead ..near  town and market.  TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.  We beg to announce the Telephone  system is again in: operation aB from  the First of July, No rental will be  charged to any of our subscribers for  the month of June 1914. All the subscribers numbers have been altered,  and the public will confer a favour by  asking for the name until th������? new code  books are issued.  By Order  Creston Power Light & Telephone Co.  Ltd.  per Gu x  LO WENBEP.G.  Sec. Treas.  NOTICE 10 CREDITORS  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  |  Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters ou Hand  TEAM   SLEIGHS  Fish. Game,  Poultry,  and  Oyotc.es  .in Season  I  We have the goods, and  our prices are reasonable  MORTGAGE SALE  %  jg      Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand  Z Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness  | Sleighs and Cutters COAL FOR SALE  ������_>  jj������   Phone 56 Sirdar Avenue Box 14  H. S. McCreath, Prop,  PhftHA   |__3 f3.im*Ar*m*     A .__*������������_������__ *__-."  -���������.-.--.���������������_,___--,.... |t_. jc-n-in-m^m.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^p,^^  J      J. D. SPIERS  I LIVERY AND TRANSFER _  * Wood for Sale  Phone 85 %  Under and by virtue of tho powers  contained in a certain Mortgage which  will be produced at the time of the  Sale, there will he offered for Sale by  PUBLIC AUCTION by J. Frank Rose  at tho Auditorium, in tho town of  CreBton in tho Provimo of British Oolumbia, on the Friday tho 10th day of  July A. D. 1014, at tho hour of two  o'clock in tbo afternoon, tho following  property:  Blocks Numbered Thlrteon (I.l) and  Eighteen (18)? lining pari, of Sub-division of District Lot Number Eight  Hundred and Ninety-two (HQ2) Group  (1) Kootonay 'Distriot in tho Province  of British Columbia according to a  map of plan, deposited In tho Land  ��������� I Registry Oilloo at tho Oity of Nelson  in thc said Province nnd numbered 008.  Terms and conditions will bo mado  known at. tho tiino of Sale und in thi'  meantime on application to  EDWARD ALBERT CREASE,  Nolnon, B. O  Vendor's Solicitor.  Dated thiB 10th day of May A. D. 1014.  This Bale   has  boon postponed until  July 2oi.ii, hhiiio hour hiiu place.  "E. A; CREASE.  Nelson, B. O.  Venders Solicitor  T_���������>+,..!   -4   XT.!    .  The annual school meeting took place  on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. with a  small attendance. A. Lindley was  elected to the chair which he occupied  to the satisfaction of all present. The  Trustees gave- their report for the past  yen*-���������������������������*������-���������-������._. showed that tlie sohool  was making very* ������*>tisfactory progress.  A fine new room had beeu*~a_*u,������ ^nd a  v,0���������4-;~~ -.i���������*��������� *������������*-oii������*d. Mr. R. Lamon.  who had been a delegate to the provincial meeting gave his report wbioh was  most satisfactory. T. M. Edmondson  tried several times to stir up trouble  but wns promptly called to order, and,  in fact had a job to establish his right  to vote at all. His efforts to pose as a  legal star was also nipped iu the bud.  The election resulted with "W. Dow  elected to succeed himself for tho unexpired term from whioh he resigned.  F. Hurry was elected to take tho place  of J. Compton whoso term expired.  Hearty voto of thanks wob tendered  to Jim Compton for Mb long and efllc.  lont Borvloo.  In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret Winifred Hurry, late of Pine  River, in the state of Minnesota, ii* the  United States of America, deceased.  Intestate.  Notice iB hereby given that all creditors and others having  olaims against  the estate of the said Margaret Winifred Hurry, who died on or about the  12th day of January, 1913 are required  on or before the 19th day of July, 1914  to send  by post-prepaid  ordeliver to  Frederick    Knight    Hurry^breston,  British Oolumbia, administrator off all  and singular  the' personal estate and  effeots ofthe said Margaret Winifred  Hurry their Chistians  and surnames,  addresses 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  auch lost mentioned date the said administrator will proceed to distribute  the a_seier������������. the 'deceased among the  parties entitled ther-mx*., having regard  uuiy to 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 olaims notice  shall not have been received by him at  the time of suoh distribution.  Dated this 19th day of June, 1914.  "F. K HURRY"  Administrator of the Estate of Margaret Winifred Hurry, Deceased Intea-  tato.  Lot ub do your printing for you.  Prices right and satisfaction guaranteed  Tho Croflton Review.  O.O. 8., 31GNAPIE8 ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  Tr,*.,   in    in . 4  ���������***  *-*#J      #*w ������    ���������������������-.**���������*_  Ladies  Tailoring  Gents' Tailoring  defining, Pressing and  Repairing of All Kinds  Dry Cleaning  Process  by  a  Practical Tailor  Dress Making by Competent  Dressmaker  JAS. TwENTYMAN  Matcbmaber  and jeweler  2nd Door From The Gorago . ���������  All Ropalrs   Entrusted   to My Oiw_  Will Rocolvo Prompt Attention  Workmanship  Guaranteed  GUY   LOWENBERG  OoNBtri-Twa Enqinkku  CRESTON  B.C.  T. E. Forster  GET  YOUR  Plumbing, Tinning and  General Repair Work  Done   hv  **  W. B. Embree  _-_������������_. houho worn Methodist  The satisfaction of work well  U-iurch} lingers long after the price ls fortrotfc  I  M1tH-.'l>-*l|iH**-i  .mmmmm.*^,mm*mmmi,m*,ma,^^m^mi-'^'til}i,^, 111,. N|(. |tt||1 ���������,  P>-l_lt_J_il_fl_MM___MM-  ..______���������__.  MWMNl  liifll lilliMlllUlilltlill  _.-_..-. m..w___������^..il;-j_.M_i*^>:.wr3������iaB*.w.*. .


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