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Array .__*-**���������  ���������^tffWwS*"*^  , ***** j-Mff1  ^^-. * r*> 8   .-.-_-  r V5" * 4', V  Aifi Roads is East and ^est Kootenay Lead to Cmstokf  <   7  a *������*} ���������-  j*  .   -   -     al.__.a_    -..-.ii--��������� 1  I. a j u ma nswai  0. .he CRESTON j  i        3-STE.tcf  qi.__iui-_-i  LJCf    E>CC  1 1 1U, V_> 1 \ U, vD 1  SENT TOffANY  ADDRESS  FOR  $2.00 A   YEAR  -*-  -"���������������T_ TC. _������**I*_*\XT  __!>r������ ���������������*������ m ���������������������  JUJUY"   IO,   1914  'Sincus Copies 5c.  Lrezion special to Kjpanno-mma, Thursaay July / 6 th  mmm of  mm MOSSTURE  Whence do crops draw thejr supply  of izioiiture? Do thay ������taw it from tbe  tdjiiniyfrom the raicB that fall during  ths _^i=y Season, or do they draw it  fWtti^ ^Ifae store of water in the soil  bdniath the Surface which has acoumu-  lrtt|^'.';l������e_n' 'the Ap-il showers, "the  snows of winter and the vains of  aufcuin? This is the vital poi t and on  it hangs the Whole question of tillage  IS tlie _������|3piy id drawh from the summer  rains, on* tillage must be suoh that the  soil Will quickly absorb the rain and  aiechftrge the surplus supply; if it is  drawn msisily from the spring, winter  and aiitaesn precipitation, our tilliage  must be varied accordingly. Much will  depend on the season.   If the season is  ���������f ;���������'���������'   ���������'���������--������������������ '-,'���������'.���������'-''���������'       - ��������� ... I  veet, the enrrent rains will supply muoh  cf the moisture requited, but, if the  growing season is dry, the supply must  be drawn from the underground supplies that haye stored up the previous  rains and snow. -������  Aa the amount bf wafer lost from the  coil by evaporation and by the transpiration of the plant Is far in excess of  the rainfall during the growing period  of any ordinary season, the plant must  get muoh of its moisture from the soil  by capillarity; that is, the water travel or is drawn upward in the soil from  partiole to'particle as required by the  ..plant. This oan easily he demonstrated  by plooing.* few. plant? in crocks and  sotting thgEt dswn isiqjths soil, but so  KQQTEKAYBOUNDARY  'PLE CROP DOUBLE  ������wmswCs* ������  m -  mmmm  %  by August ist andloblige.  A very sad accident occurred here at  about 6:3. Friday evening,  when little  Alymer Demers aged nine, was drowned ia the mill pond.  He had started on ..an errand for his  mother but met-jsome little school,fel- ...,,... ...       . .  ^___oetl^%*<f moiirt^ i&X^m We^^|fi^^a^v.i^^eJ^ |gSgfaf!wBMe ap<^.uiter_mjpeyat;  __ ____.,-,__'_/_ -**,   .      ..      _._���������_������������������_-_ *   ������������������    ���������"- before, then* di__>������_,i_       >  Rainfall will be. received by the plant.  The* reeult will ha that she, plants will  die from lack of moisture.  This brings up the question of how  totillin order to have the moisture  available when needed. Fall plough-  tug wi!! domuoli���������>towards holding winter and spring rains. By having ' the  soil loosened, more wttter is retained.  Sub soiling  ifl often resorted to  aa a  _. .0.        .._*      V ������__._������.������,        At.-.    ��������� _.*���������       X*.^X   Jf.  stxvvssn us   wm  luimoiiauiS'.  wo auu   v___-������ ai  will hold    more moisture.   If thia is  done, care must he takfen to only loosen  the sub-soil and not bring it to the surface.   Summer tillage prevents loss of  moisture.   If the soil is left compaot  and solid, the wafer comes to the sur  face and is lost by evaporation.   At the  same timo, the soil la left cold and less  pervious to the air.   Frequent cultivation  keeps  tbe  woods  down,  allows  more air  to get into the  soil, helps to  warm the foil, and by keeping ablan-  k.t of loose earth as a covering, tbe  wator is ppevenusd from  passing off  into the air by evaporation ^nd is re-  .   tatned for use by the root! of the orop.  After a rain It lo a  good  praotioe-���������as  soon as danger from Bticklnesi ls past���������-  to lightly    oultlvate  or   harrow  the  ground to restore this blanket.   It is n  good Ji'.pn to run a Unlit harrow over  unseeded* Cereals and com after they  are up,   The corn may be lightly har-  ro'wod bofore it comes up, and a couple  of times after lt has ootne up.   Iu bar*  towing n-Mreuls, care shottld ba takon  not to harrow when the grain i������ too  small to  allow it to got  a good  root  hold. The increased mblstriate will moro  than ������orat>������n*mte'-or any Nllgbt loss due  to the hnrrowlng, :���������?;  Where.' he was drowned before help  could reach hiaa.  Frank Oorneil res-ued the body. .���������  Dr. Henderson was summrneo^ and.  although he knew life was extinct, he  worked ldngr;_iria"' patiently over * the  little fc*m.  Great sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents, as Alytoer was a particularly bright and chor_aing Uttle fellow.  The casket was a profusion of flowers  sent by sympathizing friends.  The funeral took place at Oreston  Saturday afternoon, Rev. Father John  in attendance.  Fifty nine thousand boxes, or over {        Owing tc the fact ihat the management of   this    paper  over ido carious of apples is the esti-'changes on August 1st ail su%sciptions   or   other   accounts  mate of   the  cutpnt  {his   season  for ..__.__,��������������� ������._,__ .������_._-_,___.������.'t __������-,-_     a    *_. ��������� o   c*.x      . i ���������-,   .  Kootenay and Boundary, prepared by, ow������������g the present lessee A. ^. S. Stanley, must be paid by  M. s. Middleton, Assistant Provincial 'that dade in ordento avoid co^jplicatibUs.    Please   come   in  Korticuitui-ist.  This is about double and arrange for saiji accdunts|feither by cash or its equivalent  the output  ofthe district  last year,   -       - -";...    i ;   ' ' '   ���������  and within  the next live years over  500 cars   of apples will be the produc-.  tion, says Mr. Midd.eton.   The output  Of the boundary district will be about  46 carloads of apples this season.  Of strawberries, there are approximately 309 acres under cultivation in  the district, of which the yield will be  close to 1,090.000 pounds. Of raspberries, the estimated yield of 72 acres  Under cultivation is 308,000 pounds; of  sweet cherries, there ai*e over 200 acres  off ttfees in liearing which wil! yield  about 54,000 pounds; of sour cherries,  $iM*e are twelve acre.*, which will  ifi^idjabout 37,000 pounds; and of other  8___A11 iruits, which include goose-  birries and currants, there are about  &j ocrfes, which will vie'd about 173,  OOO pounds of fruit.  ATES0FI1  GQMMISSSQR SIHINi  Ottawa,   July   6.���������The   Dominion'_f  ���������   ' ��������� ''���������'������������������������������������ j'j  ill sail from E_sg|  Canada  on the  Alsatiptt  on  royal co_-_ssissicj_  land fbr  July 17.    At Riiaouski tbey will leave*  ��������� "-.'      *' '   '���������'.-.^P-'""  the liner and be met by Sir George;  Foster. From RSmouski they will sail,  by tht* Barl Grey for Newfoundland  After a week spent at St. Johns thoy;  will cross to Sydney, N. S? They wiii  sit as follows: Halifax, August 6tb; St..  Johns, August 11 y Charlottetown,  August 17; Quebec, August 20 to 22;?  Montreal, August 24 to 36 j Ottawa,  August 28 to 29 and Toronto aarly in  September. The commissioners will  travel  westwarfd via  the Great Takes-1  ���������- " . i  and Winnipeg, concluding their  sittings in Vancouver about October. 10.  Ocean freights, shipping and harbor  facilities and cable and postal communications will form the chief matters of  consideration.   Every effort    will be  !NES OF HOSMER  ARE GLOSEG DuvVN  I. *���������-���������.���������       .r,     -..v. .  ������������������\ ���������mitiy, xv, urL*.  - ^ In order to get a better understand-  Bag off the closing down of the itosmer  _line by the Canadian Pacific Railway,  concerning which some criticism haa  been made through the press recently,  yohr.correspondent obtained the following interview with Mr. Dennis,  Assistant to the Pfesident, Canadian  Pacific Railw-.v.  ;. "Since the Company established the  Hosmer Mine six years ago six years  ago,'* said Mr. Dennis," considerable  sums of money have been spent in de-  before their aepenrtuce.  Rev. W. G. Blake and  son  Teddy  left Wcttneaday for a days   fishing���������At  _Kitehgner^ They returned  on thura-  d������.y*������ train Ww-jt  CreBton Diotriot Brass Band will give  Danoe Monday, July )3th in Mercantile  Hall. Everybody invited, Admission,  Gents $1.00 Ladles bring lunch.  it a large and peraif&aent colliery, but  for the last two~y**jirs it has been run  at a steady monthly loss. WJien we  realized that there was no chance of  developing this colliery on a reasonable financial basis, we reluctantly  concluded, beeause -the colliery-.was  o"pei������*ted?bnly for our own n^eds'and  to supply coke for the Trail Smelter,  to close it down, li did not even supply sufficient coal for our own use, and  was therefore never in the market for  the "sale of coal,,and you can. readily  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Wo aro still on the face of the earth  and are doing fine. Strawberries still  continue to be the all engrooing industry to the exclusion of everything else.  The Co-operative Fruit Growers handled 1007 orates of the big red beauties  during the week commencing Thursday July 3nd. Raspberries gooseberries  and currants are beginning tb move  now, some are moving sol quick that  their owners haven't a notion where  they have gone to. ?  F. J. May,/ wearing the smilo that  won't rub Off and F. V. Staples, were  vlnitori* to Creston Tuesday.  Carl Carlson   Bpont /Wednesday ln  Oroston.     ' '  ir ���������  Oil has to take n back si.at.now everyone I-i talking Onnhko Mika.  Don't fprgot tho arinual school meeting Saturday. Jolp llth at 10a.m. in  i the Hohbol house.  Hasm6-*,is ahdut to be abandoned by  its population, owing to the factijsat  the-  <_d_u hnines  at this   point,  owned  and operated  by the Canadian Pacific  Railway,   have been   shut down  and  closed forever.   The work of dismantling tht* machinery is well under way.  Merchants and property owners imj the  town  are almost   paralyzed becauee  their land Ls worthless once the mines  have been closed for good- coaiing ba-'  iag ttie  only industry that supports  town.   Rumors to tha "effect that the  mines would be shut  down   had been  prevalent for some time, buttbeciti-  _*������nSr of  t-BB town had  befen iivlng in  hOp& that >hri?eports werebnfounded  However,  the climax came la t ^eek  I UUfniREPI I  DV JjHD rvfifi  iun am  Xae  action of Magistrate Shaw of  ~ ^E������sr aay in dismissing  the twelve cases brought before him for  selling fruit on Sunday will meet with  the approval of the big msjerfty cf ^e  peoploof ^bis province. The magistral e  gave as his? opinion ihat if bread Was a  necessary food and it was nor, unlawful,  fco sell it on Sunday, the same could be  said of friiit.���������Ehoenix Pioneer  Wheh the work ?of disairfutiing  machinery of the? mines commehced,  and many miner* who were nbt jfjur-  dened with families immediate^ left  for other points, f  The Hosmer mines have been a big  disappointment from the sta^t ap^ithe  dt* v-tlop-pent work has been * tfotrig on  at & hea-^r loss in hopes t^at sifine-  thihg- woirfa moteraliEe. I_t6we ve;p th?  sfatns insfceadrYof wideniiig and the  coifiditiona bettering, the opposite tbw-  fnund to be the fftct on investigation  by the mine officers in charge.  Finally it was  decided to dose up  altogether as the inining oould only be  veloping it and endeavoring to make ^   fifc  a   greftfc   ,o,s    -^hereu^on  twelve hundred meri have bsweh thrown  .out, of employment and the businesj^ of  many merchants in the oity tnrpe| to  Jfaihires through the summary closing  of the-mineB.  The   abandoning    of   Hosmer  ivHl  make the_segon_l deserted _ top������-4iv _pl<M!e_t������������_Sfefe-5|er--!  that district, ^the town of Morrisey  being the first town tp be abandoned  owing to the failure ofthe minesj t o  pay. It fa known ��������� that millions qf dollars were spent in trying to ]re-looate  coal at Morrisey and it  is undeps^bod  The Fruit Growers Warehouse is  receiving its second coat of paint with  the trimmings, which when finished  and add materially to its appearrnce.  Mr. George Heald is now on the s-tr.ff  and the public is sure of lhe very best  treatment in the shortest possible time.  Ono of our citizens is walking on ait-  today���������-that Bill Burton���������and all  because the stork paid hiin a virlt ari^  left a nice token of his esteem .in the  form, of aglrl baby. Bill says he w ishes  It had been twlnB, and Andy Miller t  uayv* "Ye don't deserve twins, Its  triplets ye ought to be af ther having."  While spraying  with   Pat-Is   Grfen  some of the poison got into the  right  v  Xi  lllSflAm  Large ti*act of go^fji valley farming  land JuHb thrown opon for froo nottie-  ment lu dteion. Ovor 200,000 aorefl In  a I. Good climate, rich soil, and does  not require irrigation to raise (Incut  crops of giuin, fruit and garden trunk,  full   lnntructiorts  and  .rj.l   i*-   "I*,    of  ttt*v*rn\  eyo of Walter Jackson and caueod on  Inflhtmatlon which has been tho oaus������.  of much trouble to him sinco. This  Will account for the pad he wonrn, it Is  not a (-nun nf having tackled same one  bigger than he obuld handle or anything of that sort.  For largo map,  |-M*lkM-t^������W.-A#->lr>VI \  mm* " m> m, vwmr  '   ** ������-'-.������ p  As we .< o to press tbe ladles A^vS^ety  of th** Presbyterian Church arnlioldlng  n lnwn social on H. A. Spoor's lawn,  Thoro is a Hplendod turnout; and the  lawn Is beautifully decorated with flags  ai.d lanterns. The Creston Brass Band  is in attendance. The ladles will nerve  an oldfashloned nuppor at fl o'clock,  JiiniflH Gllmore, presidont of the* Fed  oral liwgue. has announced that r.t lift,  winner of tbe pennant lu his oignnlt__v*  tlon will challensr������ the wiunftt of'thp  world's aerici. bctWbiiu thu l-tatlouul  and American lr-nguec. If tblH Ih not  accepted-���������and it will not be���������tbo wto-  faiug Federal league olub aud a team of  stars from tbo remaining teams will  play nnd the worlds championship  will he claimed by the vKor,  *0*mm*fi  Cf  Oi������n������l������rt1*������  ���������mm.  *</*��������������� mjm*  ���������������>otlon*������ of oxoeptloimlly go������l olalnis,' Agricultural A������������oolatlon will bo hold at  BbuA *8.10to Jolm Kecfo, Oregon Oity,' tj,Q Auditorium, Creston, oa Saturday  Oregon. Throe years a U. S. surveyor' j������|y llth at 8;fl0 p.m. to consider a  and tlmb'-rman. An opportunity,, to tmvort of the tWovisional dlr#M>Mi_ rm.  ant a voitd foi tile fre.*  to.vii ai d inarkut.  bcmst������a<l   near   mmIIiii. thn   ln(.nrnnrM*.Un   of thm Ammn.  i, <���������  and for other business.  Let ns do your printing for yon.  Prloe������. right and satisfaction guaranteed  Tho Creston Review.  i  l^to-..  U. U.. a., HX<m!inA������!LXiilJ \JS.lti.l.1 U*.9y*.x,x  I *JU-M������r*|HiA.Ai V A 0-.\miM������-  proposition."  "We realized" continued Mr. Dennis  that the closing down of this mine  would cause some inconvenience to  the miners, and that we would beTe-  duoing employment in the Crows Neat  District, and lean say with regret  that if we could havo oven operated  the coal mine to meet expenses It  would not now be closed."  ''What about the townsite, and  those who will now be left with property practically on their hands ? "  ���������'The O. P. R. had nothing whatever  to do  with  the  establishment   of a  townsite at that point," replied Mr.  Dennis,  "tho townsite is not situated  on the C. P. R. property, and was laid  out. and belong*-' to a local syncicate  who bought t-Ota the Crows Nest Pass  Coal Company;  thore is  therefore no  responsibility on the part of the O. P.  R, in this connection, and I may add  that the Company had provided homes  for its workmen immediately adjacent  tp the mine.   I do not think tbat thero  will bo groat hardship autfered hy the  miners through loss of emplpyment In  thl(| miuo, as wo on ortiploy some of  them In  our other collerles,  and as  there are many other collerles scattered through theO-owi* Nest Poms where  thoy ,&m flod work; there is no doubt  soiifte'--hardship for people  who havo  btip_*$t.  land,   (und are  living in   the  ;tl**$*^t(* above  referred to  owh*g to  P-oafiag down, but I dou't think that  titpV. P. R.   cau In any sense  ho held  responsible lor those who bought land  In that townsite,  as they, bought property thero, and took thoir chance in  establishing themselves in a town qf  that kind with the full knowledge, or  what they wore doing, and particularly in view of troublo that arises ar all  ncii)   n>|nlnr������    *r-wn������,   rfl-.nlt.lnO'    frntn  r, r-    -    r-   . # ' ..  oloi-lug down of the mines owing to  uhoi-tftgo of prdpr*;, striken etc."  Referring to tho incident the Blair*  more fin tor ori������������ says:  Twolv* hundred ml runs havo been  thrown out of work and the town of I  Vner mines by the  Oanadiap Paciflc  Railway Company.  ���������   MDwer  Knives Ground, by W.  Embree.  B.  Phoenix is at present the most proe-  lierous mining camp in the interior cf  the province, and all indications point  to it remaining such for many yeai* fo  come. The principal mines in the camp  are owned-^ndoperated by the Granby -  company, a concern which has the rep-  utation of making a success of anything it undertakes. The town iafor-  tunate inhavingauch a strong company  operating here.���������PhoaDix Pioneer  The Princess oontent in   counectoin '  With the Ghahfro-Mika, has bees Started in Kaslo as well as   Rossiand. , Tbo  Kootemian says:   AM of  the leading  towns of-the Kootenay andS Boundary * T~  are being invited, to send a "princes" to f  the carnival, a&id"princes" to be   the;1* *  prettiest girl,: the nicest girl, or   other- 4 s-.  Wise, as in the opinion of the  natives '  Shall entitle the  chosen   one  to  the  honor.    If Kaslo cannot send down &  ���������/prmcessv t*of Nelson who* will  mako/  the representatives of such_ i^pvipciai'     *  k%j������mGaam**s*jtr  Grand Forks and (Jreenwotid look a.  littllfoff color, then we'll have ho fiir-  ther occasion to ever do any drum  beating about the real find girls we  have here.���������Miner.  ���������a-lSiiiimf*m,sci  '. Advertiser will give a 10 year iq^se  on 5 aares of Grestron choice fruit hind  with  running  Btream,   very  qomjhal  rental, Special advantages given tp fcho  !' ���������: ���������  ���������      .'  !r *.-  right people, Particulars apply, at the  Review Office. ';?  E.  TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.  j Wo beg tSf> annpunce the Telephone  system is again in operation as from  the First" ot July. No rent#y|riU be  charged to any of oiir subs^il^s for  the month of June 1914. Aljj '^ati'pub-  scrlberi. iiuuibei-ti have bee'p?-i^^|RBd������  and the public will confer u'^p^V hy  asking for the name until th$ pew code  books are issued. -,  ( * By Order  Creston Power Light & Telephone. .Co.  > Ltd.  per GUV  LOWpm^KG.  Sec. ^as.  _-. -   -L -  - |   - * I  V Hosmer has been one seething hotbed  pf excitement for the post wt?ek, apd a  riot almost broko out on several oocan-  Ioiih.. The shutting down of the mines  "Vii1 ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������'  so (.uddenly caused the  meifohapts   to  realisq^on every assignment j^bey, feeld,  t.horeby talrlnpr1 almost *������v*>r*f c*������nt ippm*  ing to thn men who**e credit la hotf out-  qflf.   Tho halanco of thoir wages  j^ey  aro unable to si-ouro until   next  ^ock  ahd many of thom have not a cenf to  llvo on in tha meantime.  ������������������Send for our prices on furniture, we  , ......    ������__���������..������.-        r*   n   r������  &*mj   V-.W    xmw,f*x.i,.       *J. *0������ X0.  When you  want vour iieut Job   of  printing done, no matter wtyot the Jjob  la   Kr-IVir������ If  *n *V������������. f9������nr*lw<iii>> tifAnm     ~VVm  Oil,..).-..      ���������     i\mm+ ,0.1m mm,      i���������1.     mmA  m. 0, -' *f      '-' w .  prioaa sura right.  department of" trade and cbmmefcpr"���������  has decided that in future Canada's  trade commissioners in forein lands  shall be men educated to the bii-riness.  He proposes that so far as possible rhey  shall be university men, and that before enterlngupon their commission  ei-ship duties abroaa they ?- sbaii   hav  served an apprenticeship in the department at  Ottawa,   getting   acqnanted  with the routine.   Of course,   being a  university nam.has Its advantages/but  for such poiit-ions should not be regarded as an essential.   Many a man  who  nover saw the inside of a university ban  proved himself the superior of  university bred men in   public  service.    As  for the apprenticeship proposal,   it   i*  altogether good^--eE-kary Herald.       r  ,'. m^-mmVi*  - _M*������__MMBt4M| \*  Rod and Gun, ��������� for July, published by* <  W. J. Taylor; ; LiMiied. "Woodstock;  Ont. is out with a very striking cover  design, an Indian shooter in full regalia '  to the ordinary: reader sngges-ive of a  vanished race, ��������� to the trap-shpoter a  reminder of the  W  annual  "Canadian  ������������������-        ^  Indians' Tourlmment,* at Niagara-on  "tho-Luike.   Within  .thn magazine  Ih  Contained  an laooonnt of, tho reoent  brand International Tourtfament at St. -  Phomaa,  Onto, r For    the., sportsman,,  ourist and lovor of the ont-of-dpnra^r  here is a&tattrfastlng bill of fare whioh.  noludest !fe;*Oan^^^fp from   L*ko;'  Torrl.camlug?^..iS^hvtlbl. an arti-  ole on Newfoundfitridi' tha sportsman's .  paradloe; tbe story of *'An Off Week"  on the ont.kirts or Jasper Park, Alta.;  UemlnlHooncoa  of  firihlug    in  Bideau  Lukes;   two good    stories,  Canadian  Camp Life and Cupid Alias Unole Zei>  White;  Uoln' Fishing; Tho Value of '  the Birds, a plea for an iuUrnation-.t  treaty of protootion i Skunks anil bow.  tr.   a.I.a  #%.M������n  .     mm. .4   m,   *....,       .   m ���������������  ...  v...,-   ������������������.,__- ,    mm.m m> xxxxmm    XXX    UH|������|' tUli-r  terlal of  the kind thnt  k������a-dars of one  door literature enjoy. .  mm*. .  hi    r.    'r.'   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The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir
Culatw-K i�� nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and
reaching out in a bro-td manner into,other communities. Our advertising rateB
are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary _.. iters' Board of Trade.
Lafad purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue
and 6 cents per lino in nucceeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in
advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing, in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Ormtribntions must be brief and
A. B. S. Stanley
Lessee, Editor and Manager
g_i��_!-i._.--->..���-.J.....".i... ,-,-, ^*
The British Columbia Manufacturers' Association continues to push their Buy-.
Home-Pi oducts Campaign.
There is ample field for good
work in this direction. W alk
throngh the stores and take
note of the wares  of Eastern
manufacturers there offered
for sale.' One; finds that many
could    be    manufactured ' in
i ��     . ��� - ���
British Columbia and com.
mand a wide n&^flcct here, ia
the Yukon "ahel on the Prairie %W ^t��i|der is that
capital k'aw-^^kkea advan*
ta&e'o0kie te^
to a greater degree; Mos t of
the articles used in the household cortie from Eastern
Canada ipanijfacturing centers. British Columbia may
Wiake the  best  mattresses in
(TV,   ...  ,     1... 1 ������'   " ������ *�� r-
v.��--ju_u.t Ou*. vuuM^ub ui tne
Eastern manufactured article
are    imported   and    the   sale
*>.. riUmA f>      /*���"��� 1. .......    . '    .   !
.... *.l.l*x.lO
brushes may equal  the East
ern article in quality and
compare favorably in price,
but the well-known Eastern
brand finds a readier sale.
This suggests that the Buy-
Home-Products campaign to
be successful, implies a persistent advertising campaign
on the part of the B, C. manufacturers. Well directed
publicity would familiarize
local consumers with B. C.
wares   and .   stimulate   their
. * 11* ���
local pride in supporting a
Buy -Home-Products campaign
* The Prairie cities have -not ]
overlooked the iinpo?'(&&, of
| encouraging local iijuuufac-
turiug by arousing local
interest iu home products.'
Tht* result is to be seeu in
the steady increase, in manufacturing in the North wet-1.
At the recent aonuul meeting
of the Winnipeg Board of
Tr/idc it wqs.0liGiy.Ji that dyr;
lug the five ycai_., belwt.eu
1905  and   1910,   the   prairie
AjS-.* ����� *Bi5K - *
p��!'. ��S^.3^.��. {Jf. SJ-: ��r.55". gf. ^-���S'-*5ff>5^&-.
 -��� ������'-.   1$
si'. The present Lessee,  Editor  and manager of
\iv the Creston Review, A. B. S. Stanley begs to state
Sy. that he has not been  responsible  in any way for
ciy the sending out of notices  threatening  court pro-
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. ti, -    "���'^'
\|/    cedure for . delinquent   subscribers.    He has only    l|\
had to do with this paper since July 1st 1913.
At the same time he would appreciate it if those
who owe from that time would come in* to see him
about the matter as it costs considerable to get out
^j}    the paper and money is scarce.
�����_!��� T
provinces more than doubled
their industrial output, the
census showing a value of
$77,000,000, while today it is
estimated at $ioo%ooo,ooo. In
Winnipeg the output of $19,
poo,poo in 1905 had grown,to
approximately #45,000,000
last year. Normally, 18,006
hands arc given employment.
The census of 1916, viiiU(_fs.
tlie output pf (BritjishCof^mrr
bia factories >at'���> $6$1204,2$���$
uu increase "of #45i7S6,457i'or
234-77 per cent in a decade.
Ontario made an increase of
only 140* per cent in the
decade. The .. employees
numbered 33,312 in 1910 as
against 11,454 1 a 1900. This
indicates a pretty healthy
growth in manufactures in
fhis prov/iiir** Btit "Rritirh'
Columbia could manufacture
much more than this and tlieu
not supply the local demand,
if such were directed to the
patronage of home-made
Wares.    British Columbian.
Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables
Shipment of McLauglin Sleighs and Cutters on Hand   g
Harness, Single and Double and Supplies on Hand      $
���    -\ '���-&
Several Sets of Second-Hand Harness
Sleighs and Cutters
H. S. McCreath, Prop.
Phone 66 Sirdar Avenue Box 14
* . '
j The ante-mortem utterances
of great men have always
attracted special attention and
Jiave a peculiar-sacredness, as
showing what h^d been ucav-
'.ist,*tp"the heart;of the utterer
-pfibr tio his pa fjsiug, arid in
consequence of the esteem in
"ivhich they had been held
during their lifetime. "Joey"
Chambehaiti*~a3. he had been
generally   and   affectionately
called    in     Birnii'n'*-1**.i*n��- -\<��.o
*��\" ���".* "���    	
Undoubtedly one of the   great
statesmen of the empire.
His passim*-   is   111 noli' tnn
* .
m.f\ f. f... X    I r^     ,1   . ,   .   ,   * ,, ��
*-^w*__ fco r__^_%.**ittt-.-.v: ine jjiunc-
Ular   place   which   will     bej
ultimately assigned to him
among the'statesmen of the
-highest rank, but that it will
be an exalted position there
is no doubt. After his vision
of empire had come to him,
Cecil Rhodes having been
his chief inspirer, he was
unanimously so regarded,
except by the Soialists and
extreme,radicals to whom he
had become anathema. And
his valedictory to the people
of the empire, delivered by
him shortly before his passing
away to a particular confidant,
was, .as well as it conld be
i-i-mfc .nbered by him,' >' a�� foi-
lows:     ���    .
Yield nothing Fight it out
to the end. Your crtuse cannot fail because it is based on
the imperishable principles of
Bri tic h unity.    Don't   bother
overmuch obout tactics.
Stick to your guns. You are
bound to win, whether you
win sooner or later depends on
your courage and tenacity.
That, the epitome of his
own life after his severance
from the Gladstone government, is the message which,
he left and the spirit which
he would enkindle throughout the British Empire. Daily
The Review has a com plo to stook of
paper on hand and Js.nlways in rcudi-
uobh to do your printing for. you on
Bhort notice.
I'iru, 1-if.i and Accident Iniiuranoo
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UMaw_-_>Wi-U.. .1 K^.t .-^MUt-.1 ��NMh _________  m****t*  ������������������MM  s-iwveca  .   ,     in   hi 1.11u  ���������M-MUMM  -.n._i-i-iTiapnT._.. hi iji-  ^*- "a. ^ ,. _������^   v*   ���������*���������*���������*        v* am.      y ra -p���������=n���������aa, v7   ,._.w *. v_a-,.  ������j?5������-  ^p_MJI_p___m_-_i_^J_I-_-^ -_..  r - Snnday School and Adult Bible Class  11:80A.lt  garRt Winifred Hragf, l^te q|_-pine.  River, ip the state of iSlnp^sota.fin the  United- states o_f Afaerioaj   deceased,  InteBtat'rf. ^>  *���������"������������������_    p*  Notice is hereby given th������t all creditors and others having  claims, against  the estate of'the said Margaret Winifred Scarry,? 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  or deliver,-to  ?Prod'>riok    Knight    Horry,    Creston;  Britinh Oolumbia, administrator off all  and singular  the personal  estate and  effects of the 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  such last mentioned date the said administrator will proceed to distribute  the assets of the deceased among tbe  parties entitled thereto? having regard  only" to the claims of whioh be shall  then have - notice, and the said administrator will not be liable for the said  assets or any part thereof to any person or "persons of whose claims notice  aa shall not have been received by him at  m   the time of such distribution.  Dated this 19th day of June, 1914.  *������F. K HTJR^Y"  Administrator qf the Estate of Margaret Winifred Hurry,s Deceased Intestate. -  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Set-vice every Sunday at 11:16 a. m.  and?7;_tep;.n_.  Sabbath School and Adult Bible Class  at 10:30 a? m.  W. G. BI.AKE  Minister  _...___ SiR ^SWJWD WALKER, C.V.O., J.X..JD.. t).CJU President  ^UDEAUDSR -JUgta, Spo-eral Manager    I     JOSfe Ai_fH>, Ass's Gea.  1���������. _���������_ y������������^������%������^ SMPIT^L, $15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13.500.000  SAVINQS BA^^GOUNTS  Interest at fhe current rate is fallowed on all deposits of $1 arid  upwards.. Careful attention is given to every account. .' Small accounts  are welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with-  _i?awals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor.   * 821  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 10:80  Benediction :7;30  Every first Sunday' of the month.  Father John O. M. I.  ana  Harness  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  hoots and shoes.  ...'ifj  '������������������-��������� .-  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINiG REGULATIONS  G*o> C.aa������8fi������_i Waiti mmm. msm  Nat- OmHtiTSamvntorm. in th*.  laattMeiMHl m-mrmotim WMrgy ttaiy  wilt nave*-������*&������������������ many timatr ������h_.lr~  3CRC.IS ess* fcsr &rt!_siRff ft# ysi-f  am*r vtt*mt t/oim rvqulro, whaflMT  n t*m *mei*nt !.������.p, a sss^afess-  Mrt-W-f tms. suralu-i oiHlvi a* p������������  oltlon ������r a tf������mo*tlc  A meet ovnvineiity *iM tntf  eantl������������ proof w*uM M **������ try ���������  ..���������������������������rttatf.,Y?.?, ���������-.:.���������?*.���������:..���������������������������. ������������������ ,      ,-.-  '^")ym*-itimii  High Power"!  mie Mo.42$  List Price ^20.00  _J25^30-3������--.32 and .35 :1  ^calibers  [Use Remington Auto-Losdto*  ���������;.-������������������ ���������*&&#*������.-:���������.'<&?  ASigSaina Rifle that  Sure Fire No B^s No Jams  Ortsr from your Ete������ler.'?-   _.:-  ���������g~������   <Sei^ (Tor Ha___sQ������u_!y SUasir^ed  ~   \ltifleCaliaojfKKll' ~ ',  y irstevens^rms & JwS Co,J  __!. O Box.W<������Li_���������.__  ������IUIui|M.u rall*, RU5SI  tn_______������__9____-_-_-_-H  over 0������ years*  cxpi_:r:enc_:  -r  - Anyone sen  qulcklv oacev  , Invention U  tlonaitrictl  ������������������at free.  .. Patenf _  Trade Marks  . r;||g.S!SHS  RIGHTS AC.  .description may  ft������9 whether sa  vomtannlca.  onP������tente  8_patent_.  receW*  1?  HOMtt  -**.,}&.���������;���������;��������� --mm.x^x-lm :  ife  ii  '���������&,  j^M������-.".'-'JS.'.������,-'-. '.".-.;���������  .--a.  ?7??'?-;v;1-    ���������"      -,.1.^y  on strictly   up-to-date  lin^s.    Unexcelled service In :  ?^liY departments.      Kitchen ?  i  I  ���������mm/m/f������ ���������__  -���������������������������.-. ... vi,.-*;vJ������ ������������������'._>'!  -<>_* JL* _������_-'���������'Jt*  ���������*S>rmmmt-;m;~' n irtrij.  'WOMtiSti  THE BEST AND  MOST  -   r^m^QT^rsti^-  ���������W.  ST"  ���������  (including    cook)   all  Ywhite ladiies.    Every comfort  ah<|? attention given to guests  y YThe bar  is s upplied with  ^Ij^the hest brand of goods*.  I  ''���������^%.**S^"-Jf*4'j;t*.--^.Y-4 ^..;  *!A^Arr*!'..?V.---'::VD*.i*i   - ���������-  ���������-    j.������*bs;i  =*____*  Porters Meet 1 rains  :SK'^  MANACZ������tiR>  IilWiiMiif'iii  -Aii-  ���������gjg^.*^^-^gySi<gs^X'^T,*_V_*---------g^*������ '^���������gyH'w  ScietUifformericatu  4, h_ai5flgr_<5iy:4nti_tn_t������<l weeklr. ~ Largett cir.  eolation of any ���������clentino journal.' Terms for  Canadta, $8.76 a year, iDgtage prepaid. Sold by  ill newKwslers.  ���������^Wl1^!?^ New Yo*  >..;. atmtmiofnooi.ts&m" b_h, WMbiDBtoa.������. a  Goal mining rights of the. Dominion,  in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, ehe North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at-  an annual rental of ^1 an acre. Hot  moro than 3,560 aores will be leased to  one applicant. i  Application for a lease mnst be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the distriot in which  the lights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal suT)--  divisiohs of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for ahall ho  staked put by the applicant himself.  - Each application must be accompanied'  by a fee of $5 wnioh will be refunded if vroTTr'i-' hi? >< A vt/.e>t t a  the rights applied for are not available WUIlCJ--. OF C ANC ELL A-  but not otherwise.    A royahy jehall ,fe;  __r^_  ;?'  Creston Vgiky Investment Co,  ��������� < " Reai, Estatis and Insurance.  King George Hotel Block,   4th. Street,    CBESTON, B. C.    *  THE LAND THAT GROWS THE BIG RED APPLE.  i  .Now   is   lhe   HipcS   to  get   busy" and   purchase  Creston   T-and,   before   the  r������  iO    me  paid on tbe merchantable output bf the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton ,r ,  The person operatiug the mine shall  fnrnish the Agent* with s.votn ''returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pav the, royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights  are not being operated, such returns  should-be furnished at least onc^ a ) ear  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permit!ed to purchase whatever avaiK  able surface rights may be considered  necessary forthe-working of-the" uiifie'  at the rate of $10 an acre.       ?p  For full information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Depart-  mefitof* tbe Interior, Ottawa, ot* to any  Agent oi. Sub-Agent Of Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY, ?  ��������� ^ '^^%*w*^^^fcth^^  *'-.?8'i B^1l^aot_iori_!eia pirt>lio_.tian of  this advertisement will not be j&id to* ���������  ���������30690. v    .  TION OF K ESERVE  mimim hi&Mii   VSIIOy  which is rapidly coming to the front and proving  to  be  the   Banner  District   of  B^tish   Columbia.  \XTm.  vv -c  l_ur     i__._.__i  UAV.     i-StiCU  for sale   Choice  X^ots  ���������jt  _ttya^_������ii:ii   (FORM F.)  OEBTIFIOATE OF^IMPRO VE?__BNTS  NOTICE  Blue Stone and Black Stone Mineral  Claims situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kootenay Districts  Where located,:���������On Sheep - Creek,  adjoining the Nugget Mone en the  north.  Take Notice that I * A. H Green, noting as >igent for Pierre Dipnne. Free  Miner's Certificate No. 61291BJ intend,  slrrty days from the date hereof, to np<  Notice is hereby given" that .7 a jraswve,  -notice of which appeared in the B. C.  GnKette on October, 10, 1912, is panoell-  *d iu so far as it relates to the following  jeispired timber licenses.:���������-  h |^-481,0082, 11S47. 21907, 22661, 23116.  g^32, 26787, S6926, 88183, 80358.Y3U80,.  ?8J&84, 310, 31201, 4"^- W^8l, 32022,  3JJ711 83411, 33459^-83460, 342^1, 34273,!  343l0, 36502, S7580, 37993, 87994, 41344,  41426 and 43176..  R. A. Renwick,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  LalndsDepartment, ?.''���������.''*���������'.  Victoiiiii'^B?C:v    '.  Mar Slst, 1914. June 3d  _ > n > ,_.,>.������, * ������  JULY   I villi  ply to the Mining Recorder for certifl  oatee oMmproyeinents, f >r.the purpose  of oblaining brown Grants if the above  claim b.  And fur I hor take notice that aotion,  under seotion  37, must be oomincnoe  before the issuance of suoh Certificates  i of ImprovenientH. ���������  Dated this   30th day  of  April A- "D-  1914.  A. IL GREEN  or^orns,  (*htsand  tiR+fffCmPV  mmm*I   |4������������U>V*>'  Of every description, for children  or for grown-ups, we recommend  Nyal's Handy  Ointment  1 '*,���������������������������' V ' '  It is an ointment of more than  usual value.    Just the thing to  ���������   4   fcoepin your medicine cht_t for  ii  . I;'  outB, scratches, or tlioBe painful   ��������� <  ..   hnrnB thnt tho lit.fclfi ones or vour-   ''  burnB that tho little ones or your-  self ftet/fr6-u time'to time:  BUSINESS a%H&  ItgSlDENTIAL  Improved   Ranches   and   partly  improved- ffoliir  io   to   26   Acre, Blocks.    Wild, land   ajomih^ #  settlement in Blbcks of from s to 3_>o Acres.   _  For  full  information  and  particulars  Write  or  call   on   the  uiiLuiuS^ffit^I  liivLuHfiUf] ���������-"  "*..'"-      Vj-BoW, 3|fCreston,   B.C *    j'  ���������S1  Creston H<  mmmptmsmisitil ?-  Cieston Diug&BookCo.  PHONE &1  " <  ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������� 0 ������ t) ������������������������������ $ ������ ������ ft 0 ������ ������ 0 0 ������ ��������� ������ ���������  YOu   will  make   no   mistake    ^  v   when you get off the train  if yon sign the register at  '''?4:he-?.Gs^ston;r'; '"Hotel:-'''..-Yr !i!SiE2-vellinji?r  iheh'. will* substantiate->fhis." ��������� W&t-  study the comfort of our guests.  t ^hfecfocmis are well furnished in  ':'ara-ili-nfe:^ '_!  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers, Tourists-  aud Commercials.  .'i-..U_ttJUL.  ALL  Gents $1.00  fcijl*_i<������������. Bi-ii*_. Lunefo  IN THK  MATTER OF AN APPLl-  CATION .or the Isbuo of a dnplloate  Certifl iate of Title to Part (70 acres) of  Lot 4509, Oroupe 1. oxooptlng thsreout  any.lands hold.by Graut Lease, Agreement for sale or other allenatlonjliy the  Crown, Indian Reserves or SeUlejnepti*,  MlHtf\*-y  or Navnl; R^iwrvp-i, Tjrljc^'rt or  Lands In which any pori������on oth**r(.thnn  the Oro w n hns a veBtod Interest.      ,.''��������� \  , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  it io. my intontiou to issue ot tho expiration of oi)ti month aftor the flrst publication hcroof a duplicate of the Ccrtlfl-,  oato of  Tiilo to the above montlonod  Innd iu tho  name of tha Westaru Can*  ada Flrj Inuaratioo Company Limited,  whloh CertlftoatA is dated the 08th day  of St.pt,et|ib������r 1007 and, numbered. 7609A.  I 'v,'    W**po������y uiHtruic kveuuirar  ������m    'NoUou. B; O, 10 UJoni������li>W>    -   '  m*m  ������������������. .jtyuiiiVi'.".   ������,������������������,.������.'j���������,jt:_i_Ai-i.  ..���������.&mk....���������. ���������������������������JS".  *&sM;;  ���������������^'v?r'7-;;^r%;'7'v'S^^^_^������������?r^rT  ��������� ���������.���������-"���������" -.r-i^A^l.'-.:  x.KvrptSSSriY:-..'''  _:-'.".*.'.i.-i_t,_..'..  ?*:#*'?'"'''  7 ?rAV<; ^!.;1  ,. ,.....^llg7.l,..|.,.lf.l!'.LI5.',.ll..l'llll'.U)'Ji,';iui i ir..li SB  Y*??YrYr  Y??  ME   CRlgTQN    REViBW.     CBESXON>    By C.  i-ii'i-'nu ">'        "      -Niii.., ���������   -ir   ni......   -n.)  ,n ��������� !������������������ ��������� , i, , -to.. >, -__=  _-a*h_s7  -_T^S||p������  / Schpoi^ d>atig?d^  __*_v  -* _?   4"_f  ������MmM  _^������. ���������*.<#������?  :<������**���������*..# a *+  >^___i'Aw  Comprising 125 Afcres GS^DFORKS, B. C.  Mm^mfEtmRE^  *r-msm    m    mmmm    __r ar ������������_������.M������������9r;.   Q^^^gQ^  GUARANTEED HOME CRGWft  Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  **We can hold your tirade'.'";  fests.t>llshec. ISOObythe HON. MARTIEt BURREL.B.  m Wlrslstsr sf Agriculture  g ALL STOCK. D������fe.iVE RED TO YOU K KAHCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  I For Gatalogas and Prioe list, write to���������  PRANK V. STAPLES, Agent. Erickson, B. C.  i  ���������  r*>__ii j  V^MJUSXCCl-  Ladies (Jailoritig  Gents' Tailoring'.'.?:.,  1 Cleaning, Pressing and:?  Repai ring of Ail Kinds  Dry Cleaning  Process  by  a  Practical Tailor  Dress Making by Competent  Dressmaker  TVT.o I <* jr*. mm*  i^iCl������_5V7������l9  .uays   ur  _���������_  C, July 13 to 18  C^ontinuoiis Aniiiseiii'eBt  Creston Mercantile Co.  T. E. Forster  First House from  Methodist   Church  Some Leading Features  Hydro-Aeroplane FlightsDaily  Tbis iH th������ Urst Hydroaeroplane to fly in the Dominion of Canada.   It STARTS I    Runs along the water  at tlit* int.* nf I oO iinl������'������ an hour and then rises from the water���������up, up, up���������thousands of feet into r������he air.  THIS IS A   Milt l>  Limit  cm t ������  kmm>     M.     *^S Tlmmm* M.^x  PA  M.       J*   W*.  MT  _L   ^     JL  OF  ^^&  NOXIOUS WEEDS ACT  The owner of Block S3 kootenay.  Vaiiey Lands is hereby notified that  Noxious weeds are growing upon the  afoieineutioiiou property, and that tbo  said Noxious Weed* must be effectually  destroyed within iive days from the  date of this notice, aB provided by Section 4 of the '-Noxious Weeds Act."  Penalties for non-complianoe will be  euforced.  W. O. FORRESTER,  Ageut, Department, of. Agriculture  Creston, B. O. 8*h day of July, 1914.  OILS and VARNISHES  IS COMPLETE  We handle the famous  erwin -  rams  Paints?and can sell you Paints, mixed or dry for  your  House, Barn, Buggy, Wagout Fence, or for  any purpose whatsoever.  The cheapest GOOD Paint on the  market.     It  will  outwear two applications of any other Paint  The  Mercantile Go.  Limited  f FRUIT TREE5  | AND ORNAriENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  ***  P  I  s  jl  Limited  CRESTON  0.  B.C.  Head   Offices  CALGARY; VANCOUVER; EDMONTON.  l/eaiers in"  MEAT  Wholesale and Retail   j  Wild West Features  Including Broncho Busting, Hoping, Bulldogging Wild Mexican Steers by men who competed and won  titles ar. the Onigary Stampede,   Winnipeg Stampede, Los Angeles,   Cheyenne, and  Pendleton Round-Up  Tbis is the greatest aggregation of star performers ever gotten together.  " ^ WATER SPORTS *       _     "~~~  ,   Sixty <> u-.<-*ieu from Toronto,  Victoria,  Vancouver, Portland, Cour de'Alene and Nelson, competing  id ltit.-rii-rioi>.il Rowing Events.  13. 15. But ������*r. Champion Sculler of Canada, will me t A. M Pfaender, Champion Sculler of Western  Ainui-ica; \V. N. Kennedy, British Columbia Champion; Frank Nott, Vancouver; and T. D Des Brisay. of  Nelson, for the Diamond Sculls of the Wes*-.  .*���������""-"**"   "^��������� "���������-*������������������,���������������������������-���������������������������������   ���������   ���������'     ^������������������������������������^^���������.^���������^-������^^^^^^^^.^^���������^^^-���������������������������^^^���������������������������������������������'^l��������������������������� ������-������������������������������������������������������-   ���������   ���������!���������_.  i���������������������������-      ���������   __���������   ���������, .   ��������� i���������   ���������i���������._���������_.������������������������,���������. ���������  i������������������._������������������ ���������_���������������������������������������������������������������_,���������._���������������������������_.������������������������������������.���������  _.l-__i-_.i������������������������������������- ���������   ,1 ���������_-_������_���������>���������--_il_if^ _-H|-*._,|-*.     ,  Many are coming from all parts of the earth to the  Kootenay-Boundary Oldtimers' Reunion  which is to be held in a real Old-Timers Log Cabin    If you are an Old-Timer -..come in and register during  Cbahko Mika.  HORSE RACES���������B!Q PR_2.ES OFFERED   , . ���������������.  --.----���������- --...___.__-._....... ..-___������������������_..��������� , _ -���������        -    |       - "I    |,-|. - - -' I.l' I ' ���������^  MINING ilEN���������NOTICE!   Machine Rock Drilling Contest  First Prize, $400.00 Second Prize, $250.00 Third Prize. $100.00  ~~ ROSE FESTIVAL AND SMALL FRUITS EXHIBITION *"  SOMETHING FOR THE KIDS .,  FREE   STREET FAIR  Including Meriy-Go-Round, Ferris Wheel, All Kinds of Side Shows. .  Putin* Bi- s  will take Moving Pictures, of the Various Events.  Canada Lightweight and Middleweight Boxing Championships  Lightweights  FREtsCHY VATSE, Champion of Canada, vs. CHARLIE LUdOA for Title.  .Middle weights  FRANK BARRIEAU vs BILLY WEEKS  for Middleweight Championship of Canada  and Oysters  in Season  We have the goods, and  our pr.ces are reasonable  AU our trees are JJome Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to {his district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  JAS. TifVENTYMAN  and Jeweler  2nd Door From The Garage  All Repairs   Entrusted   to My, Care  Will Receive Prompt Attention  Workmanship  Guaranteed  For official program aud premium list wr.te GEO. PATERSON, Manager Nelson Carnival Oo. Limited  J. E, ANN ABLE, President, Nelson, B. O..  Single fare from all poihti in B.*C.    Special reduced rates from State of Washington and -all Prairie Points       H  ZpRlDAY, EastKootenai) Bay '  /"^ _���������*___* _���������_->.������**   A sPecial a-rain wiU leave Cranbrook on Thursday evening, calling at Crenton, returning  ���������WrwSXOll   Saturday Morning in time for bueiheBS.   Those wishing to book room, in advance  to R C TEVIOTDALE, P. O. Box 221, Nelson, B. C.' ' "  On Ottawa my thoughts  I rather rise a party   cheer   by Now  fix and muse upon our politics,  and on the men who make our  *.0\  S.%. f^.. ������.  ������������������V  :t'  -X*.-   rHi-  J. D. SPIERS  ��������� i iifrnu  * u ������������������rfi i  ^     ���������������.���������   **  MMM m   B  ������ Wood for Sale  Phone 8.q  MORTGAGE SALE  Under and by vivhio of tho powers  contained in a cot-tain Mortgage which  will bo producod at tho timo of tho  Sale, thoro will bn offered for Sale hy  PUBLIC AUCTION by J. Frank Rnnn  at fcho Auditorium, in tho town of  Oroston Iri tho Province of British Columbia, on tho Friday tho 10th day of  July A. D. 1014, at thu hour of two  o'olook in tho afternoon, the following  property:  Block-. Numbered Thirt**nn (IR) nnd  Eightoon (18) being part of Suh-divi-  siort* of DiHtrinfc .Lot j^uinhor Eight  Iliin.li-o'l aud Ninoty-two (802) Group  (1) Kobfohay District In tho Provlnco  of Britlsli' ,Oolumbia according to n  map or" plan depoflliv-rl In tho Land  lToglstry Offloo at the City of Nelson  in rncHairt t'roviucniUKlnmnncrpd 008.  ToiniH and conditions will hi) ninde  known lit the tlmo of Sulo and iu the  mi-nntiiuu ou upplicat'on to  EDWARD ALBERT CREASE,  iNClUf'St, ti. I.!   mhj 11,1 L.1 <P������0<a <_������<_������__- AAAJti_.A.__fc.__a._A__a___L    *"*u   ������"������������ uivtawueni: u soott i-������w0ur I '���������������miuioi-������ ooucnor.  *7vvrv*?vyv������y"fffffff^ff^^   lot tha Woek or for. j_������f kit. ���������   I Dated this 10th day of May A. D. 1014.  FEEDING STOCK FOR GAINS.  The hog consumes an enormous  amount of food according to ilv������  weight, but it is an economic consumer wben compared to tho steer and tha  sheep. Tho hog eats heartily and  greedily, but If glvon the right kind  of food it will mako gains rapidly.  Compared with other ment producing  animals, tho hog consumes less for tba  amount of gain. Burkett says that ou  the basin of 1,000 pound*- llvo wclchfi  the hog uses 276 pounds of dry food to  1C0 for tho sheep and 125 for tho eteer  por woolc. pf this tho hog will digest  280 pounds, while tho sheep will digest  but 120 and the steer bat 88 pounds.  it ls eoUmated conservatively that to  produce 100 pounds Increase the steer  requires 1,100 pounds of dry matter In  food, tbe sheep 010 ond the hog 420.  Ji-Uuiutin.. the inereaso lu llvo weight  for food consumed on tho unit basis  us ono for tbo steer, ,eheop vrlll bo 1,6;  and hogs 5; hence wo seo from till*  comparison that tho sliecp In.proportion to its weight tuts moro food tlian  tlio steer and ylolds it greater increase,  hut tho pig euts more heartily and  ylolds moro uiout than either. '  It ls Interesting to food young pigs  SHU xHilif lliLu  ii.un .i|'|/tni_<_. und soo  tho gains mndo, This is always mora  striking whoa tho feeds aro wAlghftd  und tho pigs put on the scalos from  timo to tlmo nnd tho gains noted. For  quick results .h**swine is the -nb-i  tor our  farm*,     it  uruwn   fast and  i���������- _.i ___. *   wws iuusc   xxxts.st.yxi>  country's cause who take a  fortnight's time to reach the  final vote upon the "Speech":  who jaw and scold and criticize  from morning prayer until  they rise; who like in print to  see their name and make of  politics a game; who rather  for would scap and fight and  hold late sittings every night,  than to get work and hurry  through the business they,re  supposed     to     do.    They'd  words and speeches insincere  than use their own God-given  sense and clamber through  the party fence. Let us have  men who will espouse their  country's not their party's  cause and let him limit their  debate and not take weeks  their views to state on questions that could soon be solved  were party prestige not in-  volved. A straight division  gets my goat; I'd rather see a  member vote according to his  own belief and not dictates of  fhis chief���������Exchange.  is the time to have your  PIANO   TUNED /  Expert Tuning Guaranteed b^  A O r-mmmti.^ : -_ J. __. _.__  /-a., tr. vrumptun  Employ your own townsman  lA.ll kinds of repairs to Pianos and Organs at lowest price consistent with  GOOD WORKMANSHIP  i  GET YOUR  mgi Tinning ami  General Repair Work  Done by  "W. B. Embree  The satisfaction of work  well  lingers long after the prlco iM -.otcott   '     r_*ii������i_-..i.'   Massey -  ii?mt^^L^j^i i.i__yr^i 14*51,  Everything for the  FarnTB stud QslpcI&h  Bean and Massey-Harrts  Sprayers  Stickney   and  Massey-Harrte  Choline  Engines.    Rumbley Oil Engines.  Remember we carry part., for Everything  We  Handle  .   Di El-, ta __-_-, ���������_W_I  rKv  'm  Ik..,.  gtaHW-W_IMW_������_^_im"-l!Jllllllllll_������ll������!������rw_������.^^  .rfj-W^;������%fhfc*^H)^<-ttii.a!.-:feV..^ sti:..-..,.  VIM  Dra-i


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