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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
V H.LI.H IM
IU !l-il (''U.I.MB1A
VOLUME 2t
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY,   MAY    lfitli,    IMS
MIENS INSTITUTE
KK.ORGANIZATION MEETING
Orangemen of Cranbrook and District are Invited to meet at tli.- Maple
Hall, Cranbrook, on Wednesday, May
21st, 1919, at 7.30 p.m. for Reorganization purpoaes-,. Acting Grand Or
ganizer J. McC'oskjIe of Invermere
will be present.
Local Overflow
liny War Savings Slumps.
Lieut, Col, Bruce Polley was in the
ity on Tliursiliiy on business.
Wantod -Maid for housework in
mull family, Address box 10, Herald
iff Ire. is-tf
On Tuesday May 6th tlie regular
monthly meeting of the Women's In-
fititue was held at tho Parish Hull
with Mrs. I). Campbell in the clmlr,
As (he announcement hud blllel lho
Intended visit of Mrs. Chalmnr, the
K'oou'iiiiy uiiresentative of the Provtu
oln I Advisory ;*<.iirii. thero v>%* a
• . viifil nudi.-ii'T. .'line 148 !) (Jilt
i •■ jent Proceed i g with the ro'itlnn
of Imsim-sH Mi'sdnimiK Brake aud Constantino were oni pow 'red to distribute
soodB among school childron to I'nrni
:i homo -giirdoniiig club. Prizes will
ho donated hy the Institute nml u Initio i
will he si't iipurt hIkh nt tho Flower
show In August for lompetltors of llu :    Boetls- Full Hue, what ynu oanuol
club showing tho besl collection,        Wi alsowhero iry us—Oranbrook Trad
The K'cr.'tary rein tri til meeting the, '"K Co,
commit too in charge of.Gmplro Day ■—-~
uud their acceptance of co-oiioration I    -& conta buys a Thrift sta.'
In  providing  prls'oa    for   children's i	
sports expected to lake place at thol    J* '*• Marshall lort on SilmlSy for
l-W grounds during the afternoon, To  ferule lo accept a (msltlon w ih the
raise'the necessary fundfl a danco witl  Trites-Wiwds company there
lie held ut the lidisoi Theatre on Friday, May Kith when u charge of '»',*.
couts will he made,   Tickets wer-? ilffi-
trlbutod and ovoryon-3 asked to bnnt
the dance. Preliminary announcement
was also made for the Flower Show j    Invest Victory Bond interest In War
on Thursday, August 88th next  and | Savings Stamps.
the lists of entries and prizes are now
BAPTIST CHUfiCH   ANNIVERSARY 5£i555S:
Keep In mind the Dunce on May
10th at tlie Kdison Theatre. Proceeds
to entertain children on Knipire Day
HO dozen Ladles Hose, .. pr for $1.00,
05 Ladies Blouses at 05c, regularly
sold for $1.75 and $1.40 per pair;
Ladies and Children's Shoes at   one
W
in the hands of the printer. It was
proposed to hold a Cookery Sale and
Book Tea to benefit the library on
Saturday, June 21st, details to be published subsequent to the regular June half t,,° reRUlar M,lto* Prtcfl-At
meeting. j a Hllrs-
Immediately after the business  thej ■■■■—-—
Associates of the Institute, girls from Mr' Johtl Reekie retm'ne<- yesterday
14 to 18, gave a varied program which {rom overseas and wUl BIMmd a few
was much enjoyed by tho adults.! days In town bofore ,eav,n*f for the
Those contributing were: Hlma Law-: 00aiit'
erison,   recitation,   "The   Inventor's !  '
Wife"; Eunice Parrett, song "If I'm! The Y* M- °- A- Intend giving a
not on the Roll Call"; Jennie Hop- reception to Its members and friends
kins, recitation, "Miss Editli helps j fiome time next woek* The reception
things along"; Ella Lawerison, Elmaj wil1 tn'te tlle form of a soclul time
l^awerison and Cortio Hopkins, hum-' v'"n ll program ;*ii<l refreshments.
orous dialogue, "Repeating at Leas-, 	
nre,"; Edith Murgatroyd, pianoforte; Tlie White Lunch, which recently
solo; The Associates, chorus, "We'rej changed hands, is now under the able
All Going Calling on thc Kaiser", and i management of Alex Hurry, the best
a farcial sketch by Jennie Hopkins, j eating house in the city. Try 't nnd
Gertie Hopkins. Eunice Parrott, VIv- '■ be convinced. 18-2t
fan Kummer, Delphlne Bennett, Mur-; 	
iel Reade and Edith Murgatroyd entitled "The Sewing Circle."
Baptist   Church   Anniversary   Ser-
vices   will   be  held   in   the     Baptist
Church this  week-end.    itev.  P. W.
Dafoe.   paster  of   Lethbrldge   Baptist
Church will be the special  preacher.
Mr. Dafoe has lieen in Western Canada for a number of years and acted
as Evangelist to the Baptist convention for some time.    He is a man of
striking   personality  and  a  foroeful
speaker     On   Monday   evening   19th
Inst at S o'clock the church Annlver-I
sary Social Gathering will  be held
when  iu addition  to a musical  pro- ■
gram short addreasos will be delivered by Rev. F. W   Dafoe uud    thel
local clorgy,   Llghl refreshments will;
be served at lhe close of the meeting.
Mr. Dafoe will remain in cranhrook
for Bpeolol service-- ror the deepening
of the spiritual lire, which services ;
will he held In the Baptist Church on
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday at
s pin.   Lot many inko advantage of
the opportunity of hearing this utile
Bvnn trol 1st,
■ ..;-■• library <*--> -. •
— -    * ,     ■     I      AUJ      «-*>•»     ,
REFRIGERATORS
Ice Cream Freezers
Kitchen Cabinets
Screen Windows etc.
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE s MAKER STREET
i
/ittnxctive
Reductlor-s it)
fl      Ladies' SPRING COATS
■M ■ u' ■
SUITS and MILLINERY
Man) New Xmli'U In routs
nml Suits In choose frnm,
I
...        nil ihh goods, *.i*e*. from
fmSL.
Hi years to 12.
Free, Kiui>—wltn 2 cake* nf Palm-
HNAMiAI, STATEMENT
OE THE  EASTEII It Al.l.
Tllrt fill] account ol' lhe Hasten- Ball,
III aid ol St. Kiif-ini- Hospital Ih ur
follows:
Total Revenue
Tickets   «i:;t;.:!5
Drs. Oroen and McKinnon. SL'-'.O.OO
Oranlirook .lobbprs       25.00
P.  Parks &  Co    26.00
Otis Staples Lbr. t'o   «2~>.0n:
Hanson darnige     $20.00:
McDonald   fi   N'lsbot       10.00
W. P. Cameron   10.00
Pink Morcantllo Co    10.00
Lester Clapp       10.00
Rnwortli Bros    10 00
A. C. Bowness   10.00
Boatlle-N'oblc Ltd    10.00
W, S. Santo   10.00
McCreery Bros. ..:  10.00
W. H. Wilson       10 00
East Kootenay l.br. Co    10.00
Crnnbrook Drug fi Book Co. .     6.00
Totnl   Jl.37-88
Expenses—-
Hall   Kent       SI0.00
Music       75.00
Music  Expenses       $5.00
Decorating      13.00
Advertising        8.85
Refreshment   Help       6.00
Total   $227.88
Balance to Hospital  $1500.00
I wish to tliank all those who so
At thin juncture MrH. Chalmers ar-
ollve Soap for 25c we give away free, generously contributed toward making
         , , one enke ot Ijivender Batli Soap. This I the Hospital null such a groat suc-
rlved and delivered an eloquent and I mo.p Belle regularly for 10a, but youlcees C O STAPLES
orceful address for forty five mln*; get It free while our supply ,„,„....! T1„. „lc„„)crs 0|- llul „,„,„,,'..„,; ,„
. tes dealing will, many important sub  franbrook Trading Co. , charge are very grateful to tlte public
c,s.   ,roir. the inuuguratlou 0, w. 1.   f<M. «, ^^       ^ gm »   ^
ZlL    ,    ,'1 '"""T The Wom*«'s '»5,"'"e »™ Holding and also wish to convey the thanks
mcvomont to the  present time and   „ „„„,,,, „„ pr|(1      M     , „, „10 £,,„„, ,.,,. ,„e ^        , ,
keeping In mind the membership ol  m,M theatre.   Mrs. Edmonson's or-; ance these proceed, will mean.
Institutes  throughout the -,,,„,,,
24th of May Celebration
IS DRAWING   NEAR
The Greatest Event of The Year
Wc Invite all Visitors to make our slore
their  Headquarters   while   in   the   City
JUST IN
A Ifliw itssiirti t nt' Kliips In nil slapfl hi CunnilliuiH,   Cnlnn
.lucks |"niled Sl«h'-t.   French, lltilluii mul Alllc-. Htminicr** i'oi*
ilcrorutlvp |mr|MiM's.
t tt.HIM.KTK I,INK Klrc Truckers Kll'fllrlc S|iurklcrs. Toy llfll.
loons, Itnlihcr Idills HeA, Hhlic nml Itlnc I'nmsols mul nil
lillitU ot dovpIIIrh In HnliHIc l'l|ics, To) Itcvohcrs, lllt'lfs linn
:iiul A nuns UliMlcs Noise Mnkcr-., \V|iiil-iiill|> unit scores of
tttlicr ln>-h tn iili'ii-.!1 Hii' kiddles, from  fid to tf.'ic eilCll
SATURDAY SPECIALS
llifl lii'iiiilh'nl Tlnli'it IMmlns, .Mlrrom nml I'lmto l-'rnino
Ki'fftilnr price '2'tt;   nik-cIhI   iiii- cncli
Boys' Tweeil (dps, retrnlnr if l.i'.'i to $UVi. to 11ron nji nt .  .#1.1...
oqcIi—A Genuine linmnin
Special   Attention   ^'iven   to  all Mail Orders at
Moffatt's Variety Store %e
SMART SPRING,
SIjMMER and
OUl'ING Millinery
Al iiiiiiili-ii'iil ri'iliidinns,
\»H la jour I'linm-i- in mi
11 |iri'ltj Xc-i Hut ul ver)
Ion  COSt,
^dKLj/t)
McCreery Bros.
CRANMOOK'S 0<tY GOODS AND CLOTHING   STORES
Worn on'
DotuSnloii of whom tliero won* 100,-
000 Btrong sho showed the wisdom of
tlm proniOtftTS of the recently formed
Federation, urging for consistent loyalty, perseverance ami co-operation in
order to 1h> a power in the land. Mr.'.
Clint mors deplored the low of Mr. \V.
12, Scotl and Mrs. Jns. Johnstone to
the It. C. Institutes ami trusted the
women would see to It ihat the progress continued In order lo show the
best, appreciation of their faithful endeavors on behalf or Institutes. Charging tin- women to assume their responsibilities she instanced tlie im-
portniieil pleading of Queen Bslher
of old who was ihe menus of saving
the Jews; the women 0
even groRler opportunltl
ceeds to entertain children on Empire Hay. Admission (<■> cents each.
Refreshments, Dttnelng to commence
at P p. m. 19-2t
Post Toasties, the best Corn Flukes
Did yon get your sample paoknee, sold
at Cranbrook Trading Co. both storn-t.
price lSo package, fl for 85c or tt.06
down; case (3 dozen) for M7-V—('ran
brook Trading Co.
Unites   Hill  is  today  showlm-  24S
now up-to-the-minnte one-[i|ece Ores
; son in all the acknowledges shades n
j B5 por cent reduction from the regular
iinl;i>   ind i l>rkNl '   A *l2-,)fl D'CM for $9.00; an
Of saving j J1S0tt DpeM ln si,k or Poplin for $18.-
thc people to be raised up. Commenting  favorably upon the recent clean
Hill of Health passed in the it  C   Provincial   (iovintmuii.   Mrs.   Chalmers
Bpoko ot the  terrible   revelatiims    or:
venerlal   diseases   SB   depicted   in     a
lantern lecture by Or  Mall of Victoria j
and was proud to know that IV C. led!
the way in demanding modtcftl certificates
B0, These are prices you cannot afford to overlook, only to U> had at -
\V. D, Mill's while the sale Is on
VTTI.MIHI   SHKINKK>
riKIHOMIIS
Ladles! Alt our Kngllsli and Can-
iidlan Prints are BSc per yard -\V. IV
Mill
I IMMtlMMIk   Ml IIKMHS'I
\U\\U   I'KH-I.IN S(Hmv
The Membors  ni   tiio   Oranbrook
MotllOdlBl Young Peoples BOClety
spent a very pleanaul liour totiether
last nlghl when the Itev J. V Sinclair gave a talk upon "Home Strange
Scones »t a Church Service." As a
teller of an old Bible Htorv. Mr. Sinclair showed Ittmtelf quite a master,
Those who wen1 fortunate enough to
be present last night heard the old
tale of Tho Man Sick of the Palsey
told with n wealth of illustration and
anecdote which invested il with a
new life aud Interest, nnd held the
attention of all from start to finish.
Next week the speaker will he the,
Itev. C. t). Clark, who has recently
returned from four years service
overseas. Without doubt Mr. Clark
will give n very interesting end Instructive address.
A preliminary announcement Is
made of the meeting the following
week, May 21st, which will be one of
special interest. Al Illustrated Lecture will be given by Lieut. K. Hey-
wood P. H. G. S. Lieut. Heywood Is a
lecturer of widely recognized ability
both In the Old Country and Canada;
he waa Intimately associated with
lyord Hon vor brook's Propaganda campaign; and his Lecture will be one of
unique interest to everyone. More
pertkalari ntit week.
Mr.  T.   II.  Caven.  \V   K.  Cameron,
1 Mr. and   Mrs.  John  Martin.  Mr. and
Mrs. a. J. Balment ami Mr. a. a. Mao-
' Kinnon  returned from Vancouver af-
i tor attending the Shriners Ceremonial
which wm held on May 2nd.
Tlie   afternoon   session   of   QllOth
Temple was held in tlie Imperial theatre. Vancouver,   and    the   Al Kader
Temple or Portland. Ore. put on   the
I degree.     They   hnd   Ihelr   Hand     of
AbOUl  -10 pieces In attendance    and
| dreswed In Arab fashion.   The thealrn
| was tilled lo Its utmost capacity with
{the Nobles and the work on the stag.'
| was the finest ever put on on tne
| Western Coast.   The Portland Temple
had all their scenery with them which
was most benutlfut.
ln the morning of May 2nd the Ladies were entertained to breakfast at
10 o'clock In thc Vancouver Hotel, afterwards they were given a drive In j
autos throughout the city und districts
surrounding. At 2 p.m. they were en-
tertained at Luncheon with tlm Nobles
nt the Vancouver Hotel. In the even-:
Ing thoy wore entertained to a theatre j
party In the Orpheum theatre.
Nile Temple of Seattle put on the |
evening Ceremonial Session lu U»s-
tor Court and 75 candldatea crossed
the Hto Sands of the Desert. Noble {
A. A. MacKinnon of Cranbrook was
one of them. There were many amus- i
ing stunts and all the candidates were
well satisfied they had the worth ofi
their money.
The  Imperial  Ceremonial  will  be i
held In Portland In 1920 when all thej
Temples of North America will   be
represented and big preparations are|
being bum* to give all tbe Hilling
MUae an njeyaftto vtstt.
Without Once Shifting
Gears-4370 Mites
In " days and T nights
IN   IIKJM  OEAH
Saturdity---t-01  miles, Sunday—
061  miles.  Monday—*."!! miles.
Tuesday—004, Wednesday—847,
Thursday—061, Friday—017 mis
How Model 90 Broke the High
Gear Non-Stop Record
Could the strongest power plum ever built staml the gruelling,
searching punishment planned for lhe Overland 90 slock model when li
started on is 7 day sealed In 111(111 GEAR, non-stop run recently ui
Oklahoma City?
The first day's performance was watched by the public with eager
Interest HOI miles and not n sign of let-down iu the cur's perfect record.
Then iwo days of rain—whirling, drenching downpours, mud-clogged
roads, which tried the endurance of four relays of drivers.
Four days more of pounding over country lanes and through blocked
clly sheets--always in sealed high each day showing an average of
ii2l miles and an average of 20.68 miles to the gallon of gasoline.
And then Ihe amazing score al the finish. Not once had the motor
inisscil an explosion. Not even a spark plug changed. 1870 miles was
the non-stop high gear record by the Overland OU!
An.ong lhe 600,000 Overland owners, Model 90 has long lieen known
for lis record of long life and economical service.
Let us shown you nu exncl duplicate of this remarkable Model !in car.
Overland Model 90 Five-
Passenger Touring $1500
(P, 0. 11. Cranhrook, B.C.)
John Armour, Dealer
CRANBROOK, B.
Office— Cranlirook Hotel lllnck (iiirnge—(Inrke Avenue
Phones—Office INS,  (liirage 2112
PRMSBVTERJAN
Chlrch
SUNDA.Y,    MAY   1 8 TH
11 a. m "Paralysis of Dominant Idea
12 noon Sabbath School
7 30 pm   Spiritual Shortsightedness"
Rev. 11. M. Lyon will conducl both services.
wr.
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HP
jWetljomst Clmrcl)
SUNDAY NEXT
Divine Service at 11 am
and 730 p.m
Preacher at both Services
Rev. C. D. CLARK
Sabbath School at 12 noon
A Hearty Welcome to All
:®
Baptist Cljurct)
Km. 3oiin p. Sinclair,   Paster
SUNDAY, may isth.
ANNIVERSARY SERVICES-   11 a.m. and T.ilo p.m.
Preacher-  Rev. F. W. Dafoe of l.ethliridge.
At evening service Mrs. .Milroy will bing
"When I survey the Wondrous Cross"
11! noon ■ School ami Bible Class.
Monday Htth May at S p.m.-
Anniversary Social Gathering addressed by Rev.
V. W-. Dafoe and the local clergy.
Tuesday. Wednesday ami Thursday at 8 p. m.—
Evangelistic Services conducted by Rev. F.
W, Dafoe.
A WELCOME AWAITS YOI'. THURSDAY,   MAY   16th,   1119
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursdoy by
THK  CltANBROOK  HE BALD,   LIMITED
\V. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Rates on  application.   Changes for Advertising MUST be Id
this    office    Wednesday    noon    thecurrent   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA        THURSDAY,    MAY    15th,   L010
A  NOTKH VISITOR ,
Hon. W. J. Bowser, the lender of i
His Majesty's Loyal Opposition In the
British Oolnmbia Legislature, is now j
on a tour of the province. He will,
soon arrive In Cranhroolt. tlie date o\\
meeting to be announced later. I
Hon. Mr. Bowser, as you all know,;
is one of the ablest men in British |
Columbia public life and should be !
given a unanimous reception In Cran-1
brook, tbe political, commercial and
social rent re of .-.ant Kootenay.
SYNOPSIS OF PEACE TREATY
The main points of the peace treaty
handed to the Germans last week, follow:
Alsace and Lorraine go lo Franco.
All the bridges over tho Rhine on
their borders aro to be in French control.
Tho port of Danzig is permanently internationalized und most of upper Sibcsia is ceded lo Poland, whose
independence Germany recognizes, Po
land also receives the province of
Posen and tiiat portion of the province of West Prussia west of the Vistula.
The Saar conl basin is temporarily
Internationalized. The coal mines go
to France.
Germany' recognizes tlie total independence of German-Austria and
Czecho-Slovakia.
Germany's colonies are taken from
her by the clause in which she renounces all her territorial and political rights outside of Europe. The
league of nations will work out the
mandatory system for governing these
colonies.
Belgium is conditionally given the
Malme<ly and Euptien districts of
Prussia bordering on Belgium, with
tho opportunity to be given the Inhabitants to protest. Tho league of
nations has the final decision.
Luxemburg is set free from the
German customs union.
All concession and territory in
China must be renounced.
Shantung is ceded to Japan. Germany recognizes the French in Morocco and the Brliistt protectorate
over Egypt.
(lennau troops and authorities must
evaoute Schlwwlg*Ho1oteln north ol
the Kelt canal within 10 days after
. .5-5ace. A commission W:h be appointed to supervise a vote of self-determination in the territory and the districts wishing to join Denmark will be
ceded to Germany.
Heligoland must be demolished and
by German labor; the Kiel canal must
be opened to all nations.
The Gorman cables Ln dispute are
surrendered.
Germany may not have an army of
more than 100,000 men und cannot resort to conscription.
She must raze all her torts for ",n
kilometers east of the Rhine and is
almost entirely prohibited from producing war material. Violation of the
lin kilometer zone restrictions will be
considered un act of war.
Only six capital ships of not moro
than 10,000 tons each are allowed Germany for her navy. She Is permitted
six tight cruisers, 12 destroyers and
12 torpedo Units in addition to six
battleships, but no submarines.
All civilian damages are to be reimbursed by Germany, her Initial payment to be 20,000,000 marks, with
subsequent payments to be secured by
bonds.
Sho must replace shipping ton for
ton, handing over a great part cf her
mercantile tonnage und turning out
new construction for tiie purpose. She
must also devote her economic resources  to rebuilding the  devastated
refknuj.
Parts of Germany will lx? occupied
on a dlmlnlshfiiK scale until repara
tion is made.
Germany must agree to the trial or
former Emperor William by an International court and to the trial of
others of her subjects for violations
of tbe laws and customs of war.
At Cranbrook the traveller reaches j
the Crows Nest District. He sees |
something there of our timber resources and then pusses eastward to
Lethbrldge, the point of commencement, through our most active mtn-
Ing dstrict. where ho cannot help but ,
be impressed with the importance of
our mineral resources.
What greater advertisement could 1
our province offer? Our agriculture,
grand scenery and industry all Inld
before him. That, gentlemen, Is what!
wo call the circle tour, aim i say .with
some knowledge ot the automobile
trips available lu the suites, thai this
continent haa nothing of greatoi In-■
terest to offer.
\V. F. W.  Lent, K. 0., speaking ott
the  commercial   possibilities    ol'    tho
circle tour, say:;: I would like to emphasize the fact that we consider tU<*|
program thut we are here to dUcitsu
with you as a commercial proposition. It Is ;.;it merely tho Idea ol pr >■
vidlng pleasure seeking . nigai .-.us
ihe opportunity of drtvtnt liu-li' e-irB|
In comfort lo Ihi.i.f, thu-igh wo believe tbey nra entitled to thai, when
we consider that $76,000 is turned
(ver to the go/mime it y.-u-y l-l lho
motorists -'t' Calgiry. Wc- In-lb-vi' liibl
the road to Banff and tlie circle tout-
will bring much money lo our province. Thut it will also bring much
pleasure and good health to our people is, of course, in itself of no little
Importance.
There are in Manitoba, 1 believe,
some :.u,000 motorists; Saskatchewan
45.UU0; British Columbia, 20,000, and
Alberta, 85,000. This is a total ot
some 140.000 motor ear owners, or
75,000 in the two provinces to the
east. With the Banff road and the
circle ton.* convenient, the most attractive motor trip on tlte continent
will be available, nnd T liaven't a
doubt but what we would soon annually draw at least, ten per cent of
these motorists from Saskatchewan
and Manitoba. This means some
7,500 motor cars. It Is estimated that
each motor tourist spends $5 a day,
including tbe cost of tne car operation, and the average number of passengers Is three, This means $16 per
cur, or ?110,000 that v.e might expect
to be loft annually In onr midst by!
friends to the east. We then have
$20,000 motorists iu British Columbia
many of whom will wish to make the
trip through tbe mountains to ihe
ralrie.
We could not expect those motorists unless the provinces concerned
gave them good roads over which they
might reach Alberta. It is Interesting
0 note thai the provinces of Manitoba
und Saskatchewan are formulating
extensive road programs, Manitoba
Is discussing a plan tc raise 15,000,000
for the construction of important
highways connecting Ontario with
Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan is also
inre to huve one splendid highway to
the Alltorta boundary. British Columbia has alreudy an extensive system
of fine grave! roads and is planning
in have these connected up so as to
give aces:*, to the prairies.
But In aditiou to the trade 11 at we
n draw from our own Western Canada, we are fortunate in having to the
south of us a population of 100,000.-
000 people who go in ror automobile
touring to nn extent which is not
equalled elsewhere. As evidence of
what they nre doing lu highway construction, and this Is important to us,
lor without au elaborate system of
highways to the south, motorists
could not with comfort reach our
boundary, it is interesting to    note
ESTABLISHED    1875
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP, $7.<x»,o<k>.       RESERVE FUND, »7.ooo,ooo
SUCCESS ••«
A itvmgi tccouni itendiei tlie ladder of iiiccesi    Every branch of thii bank hai
a living! df parimenu    Inttreit allowed at current rate.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.
that during IB18 tho amazing total of
hi--.liway improvement I.i the United
States was $203,096,010. The single
state of Mlnesota has arranged a bond
issue of $60,000,000, not only for highways through the agricultural districts, hut for macadamized roads
leading Into the lake district of the
northern part of the state. This is
$26 per head ot population, and Alberta, with lis comparatively limited population, would lu the same proportion
bo called upon to spent**, some -.12,-
000,000. Iowa, wit \ ;t population not
five times that of Alberta is spending
$15,000,000 annually, which would
mean some four or five millions for
our population,
We have the happy knowledge that
thero is no mountain scenery, and af-
tor all it Is the mountains that attract
tho eastern totiri t, that equals the
trip from Banff OVOI (he tup of the
Hocklea down into the Columbia river
vt'.lloy. The Unite.; states nre making ull their western parks available
to the motorlot, for they linve foil d
out that without considering tlte more
Important obligations due to the people of their own stite, who have the
right to demand good roads, that the
great number of people attracted
from other state.; has made tpc expenditure a won '.erful Investment.
So profitable lias -lib- trade become
that Southern California alone has
constructed  some 4,500 miles of as-
CAi.iaitv is iiuosmi; tmt uu:
Miin.t: nti it
Here Is what J. \V. iluvlilson, pres
Ident of tho Calgary Good itoads As
soeffttion, and W. F, W. Lent, of Cal
gary, say concerning the "Circle .Motor Route":
Mr. Davidson says: "Now the term
"Circle Tour" may be new to you.
We can describe it hy assuming the
route that a tourist would take, we
will say. coming up from Montana,
He would strike the road ut Loth-
bridge; would proceed north to Calgary, thus viewing a well settled agricultural district, probobly not excel
led In tlie province, and which holds
the world's record for wnont production. From Calgary he would proceed west to Banff, visiting our most
famous National Park, and he would
then pass over Sinclair I'ass to Windermere and witness in the wny of rug
ged scenery the most beautiful nnd
striking available to any motorist on
this continent.
From Windermere he would pro
ceed south through British Columbia's
most beautiful vnlley,*a splendid gravel road now In existence loading
down between the Itocky nnd the Selkirk ranges with picturesque Lakei*
Windermere and Columbia nt his feet
and the Kootenay and Columbia rlv-1
•rn vlalbl* far considerable dleUncM.
phult pavement connecting up Its
cities and places of interest, and lit-
eraly hundreds of thousands are attracted to California.
We naturally want some of this
good American money and we know
we can get ll. Tlie states of Montana, Washington and Oregon alone
have some 150,000 resident motorists.
if wo did no more by good roads
than lo throw ope:i to them the beauties of our great mountain district,
the like of which thoy do not poseeSB,
lhe amount that thoco friends would
leave in our province would pay In a
single year for no Inconsiderable
amount of highway. Statistics over
the two principal highways lending
from the eastern to the western states
Bhow an increase that has approximately doubled each year for the past
three pours. We thus have not only
our eastern Canadian provinces to
draw from, but we practically have all
of the states, for It Is no ordinary attraction Unit wo have to offer them
in this circle tour. We cannot afford
to neglect this wonderful opportunity
ami coming near home we have some
70,000 people at Calgary who will not
ho satisfied until this portion of the
circle highway from Calgary to Banff
is put in good condition as the commencement of a scheme for a |>crnia-
nent highway along the circle tour
and good connecting roads to the Mon
tana boundary.
TIMBEB SALE X 1-190
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Disirict Forester, not later than
noon on the 23rd day of May. 1!>19,
for tho purchase of Licence X 1090,
to cut 27,000 feet of Spruce on an Island ln Kootenay River lying north
of Lot 054, near Saugam Creek, Kootenay district. One year will bo allowed for removal of timber. Further particulars of the Chief Forester.
Victoria, B. C,. or District Forester,
Cranbrook, B. C. lt
FOR SAIE
FIVE   COWS
COJIINU FRESH IN MAY
TEAM of
Work Horses
CHEAP FOR QUICK
SALE
JOS. BRAULT
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers k Optician*
Next to tho I'ostoffh.e.
The  riant   Which  Is  ltevolutloiiizlng
the Tire  Hepnir Industry.
With this plant we can rebuild and
retread either In ribbed or plain your
old casings no matter how badly worn
so long as the walls are good, so they
will give you from .1000 to 5000 more
miles, at a cost of $10.00 for plain and
$12.00 for ribbed retreading, for size
:,ftx:i 1-2, Send for price list for larger sizes. We use more tread rubber
In our work than is used on now tires.
Orders left with H. R. Hlnton, Cranbrook. will receive prompt attention,
or ship direct. We pay express
charges one way.
W. .11. IH'MI.   rinclier   (reek, Alta.
Vulcanlzer and Auto Painter.
It "Smells Clean"
Ivory Soap "smells clean". This best
describes its odor. It smells clean because it is pure and good. Artificial
perfume could add nothing to its desirability.
You do not tire of Ivory's odor. Like the
sweet fragrance of the meadow, it is
' natural and unobtrusive, suggesting the
high quality and purity of materials
used in its manufacture.
IVORY SOAP IP 9911* PURE
Made in 'he I'rticter A Gambit factories at Hamilton, Canada      \S
Jameson's
HAKIM.    POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
Tli« users  are  tbe
nolseurs.
Cob-
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets la  th.
Parish    Hall
first   Tuesday
afternoon   of
every   month
nt 3 p.m.
Pres. Mrs. D.
Campbell, bnl
087
Secy, tin. 1. W. Burton. P. O. Box Ml.
All ladles cordially Invited.
EDM0N1>80N,8 DANCE OBCHESTBA
Now Open fur Engagements.    One to
Four Pieces
Tlie Music wilb the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MRS. EDM0ND80N
or phone iiu Cranbrook, B. C.
ITS SIMPLY
MARVELLOUS
the war Zam-Buk relieves tbe
burning and Irritation of eczema,"
writes Mlii A. Oallaut, o( St.
Nicholas. P.E.I. "For a year I
Buffered with tills disease, aud tried
all kinds of remedies, but notiilm
helped me until I used Zam-Buk.
Tbe continued line of this herbal
balm has completely cured me.
"Although It Ih now two years
allien this cure waa effected, there
has been no return of tho illHense."
Zam-Buk la etiuully good fur
ringworm, ec-aJp sorei, pimple**,
bulls, teething rash, " barber's
rash." ulcers, old wires, ftbu-tuses,
bad legs, blood-polaonliiK, piles.
cats, burns, Maids and bruises. All
dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
BOc. box, 3 for $1.25.
fam-Buk
Oiforda for women will be
very popular for Spring and
Summer, 1919. Many stylishly dreaaed women prefer the
graceful lines of thla model
with l.ouls heel and spray
tip, In black leather or
brown.
in.i'umuvr ok mmih
NOTICE
APPLICATIONS FOR GRAZING
PERMITS
Under Grazing Act, 1010
Applications for permits to grows
live stock on the Crown range within
each Grazing District of tho Province
of British Columbia, ns estabHsliod liy
Order-ln-Coiincil, dated tho 10th of
April, 1919, nnd published In the
British Columbia Gazette on April
17th, 1010, must be filed with the Din-
irlct Foresters at Cranbrook, Fori
George, Kamloops, Nelson, Prlnoe Ru
pert. Vancouver and Vernon, or with
the Commissioner of Grazing, Depart
ment of Lands, Parliament Buildings,
at Victoria, B, <\. on or beforo .'illy
1st, 1010.
Blank forms upon which to siihniit
applications may be obtnlned from
tlte District Foresters at the above
named places or from thc Department
of IjiihIh nt Victoria, B. C.
G. R, NADRN
Deputy Minister of Lands,
Department of Lands, Victor!
C, Mtb April, im IMt
Why Do We Advertise?
YOU may think that because we are big manufacturers, and you ar* only one
consumer out ol several million, we have no special interest in you, and you
have no real interest in us.     Nothing could be farther irom the truth that that.
PRICES MARKED „\
In every Coeur d'Alene bedroom Ih ii frumed card on
which is printed the rates of
the room.    Iu other words
the    Coeur d'Alene    Hotel
marks  their  selling  prices
In plain figures,   The patron knows what his bill will
be; he knows that he Is not
being overcharged   through
a misunderstand—his or the
clerk's—he   knows  that  he
Is  paying just what every
other occupant of that room
pays—  no  more,   no   less.
That's   standard    American
practice in first class retail
stores; some day it wilt no
doubt he standard practice
In the best hotels.
That framed card ls a small
detail,   but   it   Illustrates   the
Coeur d'Alene  way    of    doing
things.    It's one of the many
concrete   applications  of    tbe
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and honest money's
worth, to overy patron whatever
kind or price of room he occupies.
THE        °~
COEUR D'ALENE
THE  MOTEL WITH  A
PERSON A MTV
Spokane, Washington
51::  ■!■*,:.:■■. ' —
The
ORIGINAL
it
Our future as manufacturer* depends In the end,
upon just one thing; the satisfaction which our
product gives to you, the consumer. And your
eatisfaction depends to a large extent upon tlie
attention whicli you yourself give to the buying of
shoes.
For, bear in mind this fact: no matter with what
care we select the materials which go into a shoe-
no matter how perfect the workmanship may belt will not give you the full measure of satisfaction
unless it is correctly fitted to your foot. And that
is something which we cannot control.
We do insist that the materials which go into our
shoes shall be the beat quality possible at the
price: we do make sure that the workmanship is
as nearly perfect as our human organization can
make it—but we must stop there. We cannot
insure ourselves that you will buy thc type of shoe
which will give you the best service, or the size
and width which alone can give you comfort and
satisfactory wear.
And so wc Bpeak to you through this advertising—
the only method by which we can hope to reach
you all. Our object ia not merely to sell more of
our shoes. We seldom ask you to buy A. II. M.
shoes. Our purpose is rather to tell you how you
may obtain better comfort and better service from
the shoes you buy.
Of course we hope that you will buy A. H. M.
shoes, and we arc confident that sooner or later
you will do so. But we want to make sure that
when you do buy them you will get all the comfort
and satisfaction which we try to build into them.
Our booklet, "How to Buy Shoes" goes into the
subject more fully than is possible in newspaper
space. It is sent on request to any address in
Canada. May we send you a copy with our
compliments?
AMES   HOLDEN   McCREADY
Lnimn
"Shoemakers to the Nation"
When y.u feuv A'fto.l leek /,
WINNIPEG      KDUONTON      VANCOUVER
—this Yrste-msr. en eeert .el.
en
Beware
of
llllllatlOM
Sold
nn lhe
Merit*
ol
M IN AMI'S
.INIMENT
flKT THAT OLD IIOD8K
FIXED IIP BEFORE IT FAM.S
DOWN OB tilVI! IIS A CON.
TBACT TO IHIII.I) VOC A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Fhon il or Ul     P.O. Boi m
LAIDLAW & DEWOLF
ClfU and Mining En|lieera
B. C. tend Surteyors
CRANBHOOK, B. C.
lira. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians anil Suwimis
Office  nl.  residence.  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE nouns
Forenoons     lion In 10.00
Afternoons   -'.nil to   4 00
Evenings 7.80 lo   s.jii
HundiivK   2.80 to   ,.:io
CIIANHIIOOK, U. ('..
I.O.O.I'.
KEV I'lTY MIDGE, No.-il
Meeti   every
Monday nlglit
at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellowa
cordially Invited.
W. M. Harris W. D. (lllroy
Becy. N. O.
Dli. F. li. VI11.ES
DENTIST
Office in Hnnson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. n.m.
1 to    6 p.m.
CRAKBKOOK, B.C
CHANBBOOK    (OTTAfiE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial Govt.
Maternity and tieneral Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Cruwford, Matron
Plione 259 P. O. Boi 84S
Address. Garden Ave. Cranbrook
TIIK HOJIE IIAKERV
Boot. Frame, Prep.
fre-ili Krenil, Cakes, Pies
mul I'astry
Pboae 87
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
MONUMENTS
Kootenay Granite & Monumental Co., I.Id.
Oeneral Stone Contractors and
Monumental Works
Front St., Nelson   P. O. box 8C1
FOB PAINTING AND
PAPERIIANGING, ETC
—Phone—
JOHN GARD
PHONE NO. IM,
I'llANBHOOK . B. C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cruknak, & C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
tbe Fraternity Hall
C. 0. Rorgstrom, 0, C.
C. H. Collins. K. B. ft 8.
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
CHAS. S. PAIIKER
Forwarding aud  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge ut Ureenhlll Caal
Imperial Oil to.
DlatrbntloD Can a Specialty.
Ilrnjliii- and TriiUNferrlnff
Given prompt attention
Phone 13
The Slioo Specialist
401, MAItAPODI
Satisfaction tiuaraateed
rfeadquurtere for all kinds of
Repalra
F. M
. MAI.PIIEIISON
Undertaker
Phone KM
Norbury
Ate, neil In Clly Hall
Montana Restaurant
Meals at All Hoars
Cigars, Cigarettes aad Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washlnv
•end tt to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Boeclal orlces for famllv
work
0R.D»VAN'S FEMALE PM8 JSISB
medicine for ttll Female C(Hii|:lnhii. j.» a box
ot three for J10, at drug Mot «■■. .Mittled to any
nddrcMon receipt or price. Tim BcoHRti< Dki'o
Co., BteCjUjagjlien. Quint-Jo.
PH0SPHONOL FOR M»«Bs
rr.v inn It.-1'•
ajoole-will tiiilttyau up. Ma &...«, ,wu.i>r
Ail>lra(i<ocn,«rh,nallrat«.|l,|a- „•„
re-..—, gjsje.it, m csttieHais,QaG3» THURSDAY,   MAV   lr.tli,   1910
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
rUSTIM. LAM>.UU'KH1> SALMON
IN A BRITISH COLUMBIA LAKB
(Prom Rod & (iun In Canada)
Mr. E. T. Cooper, secretary ol tiio
Cranbrook District Rod and Gun Club,
has sent tlie following interesting little account of the results of planting
land locked salmon fry in a R 0.
lak.
In the month of August, 1915, a
number of Kainloops trout or land
locked salmon fry, were planted in
Premier Lake which is situated on tlie
Cranbrook Windermere road. Previous to this date, no fish of any kind
were ever seen or ciuight. and it was
an undispuited fact that there were
none whatever lu this lake.
Two years went by, and nobody over
thought of fishing in Premier, thinking no doubt that it would bo at
least five or six years before tlie fry
planted In there would \h* big enough
to catch.
This spring ft party who were spend
Ing a week end nl  tho lake, thought
Ihey would try a few casts Just for
fun-    Imagine their  surprise  in see
hii enormous fish rise mid take the fly
with a rush.   Heing only armed with
light trout tackle, they naturally lost
everything  they  had.    Humors began
to spread around town about the wonderful fish in Premier Uikc.   Naturally  nobody believed  them,  putting
them down as moro fish stories. However, four local sportsmen, more bold
than the rest, undertook to make
trip to Premier Lake to find out what
was doing.   They arrived over night,
so as to get an early start In   tbe
morning.    All night long they could
hear the fish Jumping and they could
hardly wait for daylight to come, to
get  out on   the  lake.    Daylight  did,
however, eome at last, nnd off   they
went.   A short distance from shore,
they started to let out a troll;    no
more than forty feet of line was out
when "bang" something doing. Every
body made a grab for tlie rod, and
everybody offered suggestions as   to
what to do;  tiie treatment however,
did not seem to -agree with Mr. Sul-
nioti, for with a grand rush he broke
the line and was gone.   A prayer was
offered and out went another troll;
not very long to wait when "zing"
went the reel again;  ye gods what
sport; a grand rush taking a hundred
feet of line before he can he checked,
a mighty leap clear of tho wnter   a
good five feet, his back arched, and
sides 'glistening in the rain; another
rush causing the line to sing through
the water, and lie leaps again; another rush and another leap,    then
down he goes;   down, down, -down,
would he never stop?   Yes, the strain
on him Is telling and he is gradually
being caoxed up; great bubble:) break
on top of tho water released from his
.lungs; up ho comes, and right up to
tho boot, when off he goes again; 'tis
the last grand effort for this time he
comes to the garf. and into the boat.
Out comes the scales; thirteen and a
half pounds.   Can ii be possible that a
fish can grow to such a size in less
than three years?   Awful hard to believe, but behold the proof.    Three
more  were  landed  during the  day.
when the conquering heroes stared
for town to spread the news.
Several good catches have been
made In this lake since, the fish averaging between <■ nnd 14 ^ pounds.
The Cranbrook District Hod & Gun
Club through the help of the Dominion Government, are this year planting upwards of two hundred thousand fry in various lakes in the district similar to Premier Lake, nnd if
the same success is met with as with
those planted In Premier Mke, the
Cranbrook District will be ns noted
for Its salmon rishlug. as it Is nt the
present time for Iti wonderful trout
nulling.
PAGE TRHBJE
L0I1GK HONORS RETURNED MAN
The home or Mr. and Mrs. S. Fyles
was the scenes of much merriment
on Wednesday evening, of hist week,
when they entertained the members
of Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge No. 10
I.O.O.P., to the number of about thirty
in honor of John Marshall, who recently returned after four years' ser
vice overseas. The.early part of tho
evening was spent in progressive
whist, in whicli great Interest was la-
ken. Sister linker being successful
In winning the prize, a beautiful
hand-painted china bon-bon dish, the
consolation prize going to Sister Box-
lor.
A program was rendered during the
evening, consisting ot' opening remarks by the Noble Grand, Sister
Spence; vocal solos by Slstor Adlard
ami Sister McCallum; pianoforte solo
by sister Phillips; quartette, sisters
Eyles, Adlard, Phillips and llnriiiell.
reading by Slstor Sponco, nnd Rpeoch-
es by sisiers Baxter, Benneil and
Jones, ami hy Bros. White, Denton,
Marshall and Adlard.
During Lho o vou ing refreshments
were served by the liOfltOBB.
The gathering dispersed about t.3(i
a.m., after Lho singing of Auld Lang
Syne, und tlie guests having expressed
ihelr appreciation of a must enjoyable evening, due to (he host, ami
hostess. | st
NURSES
ADVISE
Zam-Buk, because tbey have proved
that it does what is claimed for it.
Miss E. L. Poiey, graduate nurae,
or 3220 Michigan Ave. Chicago,
says; "I have a patient who suffered terribly with piles. Zam-Buk
fs the "only remedy that gare her
relief.
"I have used Zam-Buk myself
fur the same ailment, also for aorei
and hums, and have the greatest
confidence In It."
LEGAL N0T1CI
Tn >!. fi. Olson, lal
iiinl Athalmer.
herebj
been filed ami
Z' f^^s^mmMmmmmmmm^i
linlmor. (afel" a *.-j«k'
m
WrM
plaint Ims been tiled and n numinous JgJSB
Issued in the County Courl ot Bast j ,*$♦>•-
Kootenay bolcten ot Cranbrook in an SxSjt
86
promissory note   ;U3«a
iction commenced by the Royal Hank
of Canada  to recover from you  the!$3$£8
nmoiint owing on a promissory note  '^r-*^f "r^-v
SVTJ3 £ :z:zrz $ Electric Starting and Lighting System ■
after maturity at 8% por annum. The ijRJB                                                                                                                     ° '                        |Se|
amount claimed as owing Is »423.ir.! $SM                                                            f_._     T 1 *£*&
ior fords is
IV AT Kit NOTICE
Take n>
.editor
A-Jll
The His'h School Library acknowledges with thanks the following
books from Mrs. Prank U Watts:—
Classics for Vocal Expression! English Essays; Select Poems (Tennyson
and Browning); Heroes uud Heme
Worship; Robert Browning's Poems;
The Lady of the Lake; Sohrnb und
Rust urn; Crown of Wild Olives; (Buskin); FrenchClussicnl Dictionary;
Macbeth; Caesar's Gallic War; Ancient History(Morey); The British
Nation (Wrong); also Among the
Great Masters of the Drama (Bow-
lands), donated by Mr. W. M Morton.
I1TV PAV SHEET PASSED
AT LAST COUNCIL  MKKTIMi
city
fol-
bo
At the lust meeting of tin
council hehi on Monday nlghl th
lowing  SCCOUntl   were  ordered   t
paid;
Binning tt, J. $500; Boaltio-Nnble
$17Hl); Bullinan Bros. $80.00; Crunbrook    Saitilery Cnmpauy     $71.90 i
Oranbrook Meat Market $19.40; Carr
H. G„ 160,84; Cranbrook Herald $88;
Cranbrook Trailing Company 66.80;
Cranbrook Sash and Poor $81.88;
Crnnbrook Bloctrlo Light Co. $804.00;
Clarke a- McFarlane $9.80; cranbrook
Cartage aud Transfer $187.00; City
Transfer ami Warehouse $868.68; 11*
M. Customs $.i7tr>; Hurley W 0, -A
Co, $108.80; Doiall P, $2.»0; Pink
Mercantile Oo, $93.20; Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co. I-S..I.; Gurd und
Spreull $10.00; Green Dr. P. W. $10.00
Home Bakery $0.00; Hanson Garage
$14r..O0; Imperial OB Company $2.'1.0.")
Kootenay Telephone Lines $20.3/*.;
Little & Atchison $24.05; McCreery
Brothers $22.20; McDonald ,1. $18.80;
McBride J. l>. $60.70; Patmore Bros.
$2.45; Barrett T. K. $37.00; Sundry
Cash Payments $58.83; Miss Harrison
$6.80; Doollan E. $125.00; Pay Bolls-
School Board $2280.82, Police Dept.
$335.00, City Engineer's Dept. *i>88.20,
City Officials $287.60, Fire Department $342.50. .
The Fernie Free Press has struck
the right key in an article thai appeared last week relative to boosting the
attractions of East Kootenay. There
should be co-operation among the districts interested. The tourist trade is
big enough to engage all the energies
of all the towns from Kootenay Lake
east lo the boundary. There are hundreds of places that can he made so
attractive as to be irresistible to iho
tourist. Tlie Free Press mentions n
number of such places that are nol
far from" Fernie. From Cranbrook
there are also a number of such
places and also from Creston. From
Cranbrook there are several lakes
already stocked with fish—rock salmon and trout. A hatchery has been
started al Cranbrook. whicli the Free
Press suggests that Fernie should j
boost for a proper r-rovlncially sub
Bidized'iliatchery at Cranbrook for thi.
district and in this way nil tiie fisl
can be hatched which both district*
require. We agree with the Free Presi
—let us co-operate in this great adventure,
Diversion umi Use
Dice Hint Frank I'n
of Michael Proven
•used, aud Felix Provenzan
Idresses arc Cranhrook, I.
iply for a licence lo take ami use 1
ibla foot per second of water qui
un unnamed struam which rlsei
u-thwcsl of lot D388 ami which flows
.storly and drains Into Moyie River,
mul one half mile north of lot 0388.
The water will he diverted from the
ream at a point about 750 ft. west
along tlie stream from the C.P.R.
right of wny aud will he used for
Irrigation purpose upon the land described as lots 7927 and block "A" of
lot 8388 Group 1, K. D.
Tills  notice  was    posted    on    thc
ground on the Oth duy of April, 1019.
A copy of tliis notice aud an application pursuant thereto and to the "Waler Act, 11114" will bo filed in the office of the Water Recorder at Cranhrook. 11. C. Objections to the application  may be filed  with  the said
Water Recorder or with lhe Comptroller of Water Rights. Parliament
Buildings, Victoria. B.C., within thirty
days nfter the first appearance    of
thia notice iu n local newspaper.
Frank Provenzano, Executor   of
Michael Provenzano deceased, and
Pellz provenzano. Applicants,
By Macdonald & Nisbct,
tlieir agents.
The date of the first publication
this notice is April 17th, 181!),
IamPhall
FOR SALE
lVi'll fitted ii|i. Ilnrihroiid
Fluor, 4...net inr .l.ini-.-*. iim!
Iiitltn- meetings and oilier meetings.
amount claimed as owing Is $423.1
together witli Interest at 891 on $400 »*««.
from the 2nd May HUH until payment., jjS§§
Vou nre further notified thai unless: &™f
; you flic u dlapute note witli the Rog- -VHfs
istnir oi' the Courl al Cranbrook &**$)
within fourteen days after tlie laal "Bj/j"!
publication of tliis notice which will j Jfe,-*.
be the lf.lli May 1010 Judgment will SiSS
be signed ag&inel you for the amount 'jfiS.
claimed us above. SoPvl
Dated at Crnnbrook, ll C, title 7th gSKf
May 1010. 'SSJe
Mucdonald K Nlsbet, rages
Sollc t tot iioval Bank or Canada   -N8?'
 '"--' $$
III Hlltl.   IH'IIMSTIUTOKS   ACT IffiS®
Notice is hereby given llmi on SbIe
March loth, iwo, PI
IT WAS ORDERED by Ills Honor : CTWH
Qoorgo H. Thompson, Judge ot tho [ 'bjjfk
County Court nt East Kootenay, that | *&.,*|
Juntos A. Arnold, Official Admlnistra- \WSa
tor for that portion ot the County of .-^.'.\
Kootenay included in tho Eleetoral \ 'W^(
Hlsfrict of Crnnbrook lie Admlnistra- /,'*'"
tor of al| antl Blngulnr tho estate of jSKs
sieve Hawrylkwl, doconsed Inlojtate.KSp^
Every person iu lebted to the suid a?S«if
deceased is roouired to make payment | steal*,,
forthwith to tho undersigned.   Every. *;":•
The electric starting antl lighting system made for Ford cars
ly the Ford Motor Company of Canada, in their own factory, built
into the Ford .Motor which has lieen re-designed for the purpose.
—Controlled from a complete instrument hoard on the cowl.
Hy Juno 1st Ford Touting Cars and Roadsters will be sup-
plled wiih Starting and Lighting as optional Equipment at an extra charge.
Order your Ford now as orders will lie filled In order of
filing and the otttpul is limited,
Another Carload of McLaughlins Arrived this Week
-*'~i3S>>
*«        -   —
^UIUIiU>*> .
in having in possession effects ,ije'*v
belonging to tho decensod is required ''J^-'-l'
forth Willi to notify the ^^^^^^^
livery creditor or oilier person having -tfv'V
any claim  upon or interest in    the.'7/*'1.
is required  V3S
itidorslgnod., i'^Sh
THE HANSON GARAGE
my claim  upon or Interest In    the gA&zv jt  jt
'liatrlbutlon of lhe estate of lho sold' '/j&J- \Wt
i!i censed Is roouired to semi beforo VTrT' -...■,.. j-, -.-,- t.^-r --.•■- *«■*. *n 'sr-.. *toj b <t^t^2P ett, -(-.-• wji *-*o* •*•..■,-•. ■"».. kWQ*&d «.■- ■* ■., ikkmii *.'*ki
he llth day of June 10» noxl.by reg- 0&fc:& |rff *^f tf »f W.f tf f &*£ i* |E tf '0 fa,' # »
istered mall nddressed lo the under- SSj^SlSRsfsSSl Sja^M fi -^* **"**'* '~.*'~':■*>***''" :* *-*•'" w .* ,.- ^'^^''Ty.*-*.'',*-,^^' i> ■*.-«."-^V*.^
jigned, his nnme and address nnd tlie1 --■■ -■■■- ■   ' ■         ~ ~~~	
signed, his name and address and the
full particulars of Iiis clajjn or inter-'
, est, and a Btnternent of iiis accotini
nnd  the naturo of lho   socnrlt)'    (it
nny) held hy him.
' After the said last mentioned dato Uie
Administrator will proceod wllh   (he|
yard to IhosQ claims only nf V
ho shall have had notice,
hated ni ('ranbrook this 7th ilaj
May, 1019.
J, A. ARNOLD,
i PRESERVEDLEATHER:
LIQUIDS arte/PASTES: ForBlock.Whlte.Tan
and Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes-
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
LEG SORE
I hutte sore—ver; ^^^^^^^^
foul dlseharne. Agony all day; no
rest al night. Then—just a few drops
of Ihe genile. roolliiB liquid. D.D.D.
Irritation and pain gone. Sweet, refreshing Bleep at night. In due time.
complete cure. We guarantee D.D.U.
Oranbrook lirug and nook Co,
We, Ihe undersigned give notice of
our Intention to uiiply to the Lieut,
Governor hi Council for pertnlaaion to
eonstituio the Mayook School District
a i.oplior Control District as provided
for In Hill US, 1919.
(Signed)—Thos. Iloyter, A Ander
son. Thos. llagwall, c. ll. Fleetwood,
I. B. Fleetwood, (Ins B, Johnson, lv
Anderson, \V. A. ltolliwell. J, M. Hotli-
woll, II. Ilulkot, tl, Arnold, S. II. Creel
man. II. Johnson, c Ittnglmrg, ll
ningiiiirg. IS-HI-
A|i|il)    I. .Mll.l.lllt
I2S«   l*!lli  tie «.
Ilurimii). \e« Westminster, H.r.
or Tho soldier Settlement Board
Capt. Burrows, till Itoeors Bid.
mcouver, B.C.
I'l.WS. SI'KCIFIOATIOXS,
R9TIMATKS   AMI
SUPKBINTENDANI K
lli'iinidelliiig mid Itepalr- u
Specialty.
J.  r.  nu cue no ft
Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps
will buy a $1.00 War Savings
Stamp worth  $5.00  in   1924.
NATIONAL  WAIt  SAVINGS  COM3HTTM
(llrlll.li C-iliunlilu Dlvlhlnn)
^^^^^^ Vullcouver, M, C,
fiw Thrift Stamps
The Herald lias printed a number
of envelopes to boost the 24th of May
celebration. Printed ln red aro the
words: "Celebrate in Cranbrook May
24th; the very best joy day in the
West." Every letter sent out from
Oranbrook from now until the 24th
should be enclosed ln one of these envelopes. For sale at lc. each. Come
and get the number you want—from
om envelope op.
J. P. Lewis
KIMItlltl IV, II. I.
I im ti> just Installed » Gasoline Neril 1 iinh mid nlll lip
triad tu fill your orders.
Let us supply you ill.,, nlllt
OILS, TIIIKS, NMAI.I. Illltll
HKI'AIHS, FTC.
(HAMIHOOk
FARMERS'
INSTITUTE
Itealllui
MppIIiil-
SECOND SA'I'I
IIIIAV nt
eaeh
month nl -.' p.iu
lu the (li)
Null
I'Him.  OF TIIK   HKST
KMTTFII GOODS
llrillali.l'iilumliln.Miidp
Ilny at Hnme
.lliirkuy.   Smith,    llliilr .V C
Viiiiriiiiipr, IU'.
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Effective August IS, nils, there will lip u general change In I ruin
service.   Times fur trains at Ci-iinlii'iinl. nlll lie:
Itn.«;
11.30 p.m, l.v.
12.00 Noon Ar.
12.15 p.m. l.v.
8.46 p.m. Ar,
No. Hi,*.   i>i,||- eXl sun
7.00 a.m. l.v
9.00 a.m. Ar.
No, 881 Hon and Tlmrs
9.00 a.m. l.v.
0.00 p.m. ,\r
Tues. aud Fit.
9.00 a.m. l.v.
11.00 a.m. Ar.
Medicine Hat
Cranbrook
Crnnbrook
Kootenay Landing
Crnnhrooh
Kimhorley
Craalii'ooli
Athalmer
Athaliner
Golden
Ar.
l.v.
Ar.
l.v.
Nn. IIS
0,25 a.m.
4.05 p.m.
il.r.O p.m.
11.20 a.m.
No. SJI Daily es. Nu,,.
Ar. 2.20 p.m.
Lv. 11.00 a.m.
>'«. Hii, Weil, nnd Sot.
Ar. :i:itl p.m.
Lv. 7.lnl a.m.
Tues, iiniTFrl.
Ar. 7.00 p.m.
Lv. 3.00 p.m.
A glance at a cake of Gold Soap will show
you that it is unusually large. Actual
comparisons will show that it is bigger
than any other cake of laundry soap at
the same price. This big cake of Gold
Soap is heavy, solid,—it wears away slowly
and evenly, lasting longer than ordinary
soap. It is made only from the choicest
materials suitable for laundry use,—it goes
farther than ordinary soap. A single trial
will convince you that Gold Soap is the
best and most economical yellow laundry
soap that you can use.
Gold Soap is made in the Procter <£ Gamble Factories
at Hamilton, Canada
Gc
rs-oi-.
Goo'l
oid
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAVE THAT VOC MAV NOT SELL BUTTElt FROM
A FARM on THItOl't.ll A BTOHE OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED ON THK WRAPPER
AS vor NOW HAVE TO USB PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE BRAND NAME PRINTED ON
TIIE WRAPPER as WELL ANU IN THAT v.av OAIN VALUABLE
advertising. if purchasers of your butter who i.ikk
its Quality dont know who makes it they cant know
what brand to ask for whin they want to bi'y the
same kind aoain.
According to the Dominion
government regulations all
farmer, who sell butter
either to the More* or privately, are roqulred to have
It propertly coverod in a
wrapper on whloh MUST
appear in prominent letter
Hie words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The fact is also amphaslzod
that nil butter in audi
packages must be of the full
net weight of sixteen ounces
and iu default of .same a line
of from 510 to *:10 for eaeh
offense is imposed. Whey
butter must be bo labelled
even when mixed with dairy
butter and dairy butter retains Its label even though ll
ho mlxeil with the creamery
product
YOU can BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY* PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOR YOUR BUTTER AT llll:
IIERALD I'liINTINi; oiT'U i: FOR
I .il.l.ii.vlNtl PRICES
Paper end Printing
Included
200 Hriippcrs l"«r .. . #l!..Ml
.Mill Wrnpp.Ts for . ,18.50
1000 iVnppcrs for $5.00
These prices int-luile hath the
Paper whicli Is iliehp.t obtainable
for the purpose, und the printing.
WK CAN SHIP IMMEMATKLY ON RECEIPT OF OIIIIKIt
CRANBROOK   HERALD
"QtMI.ITT PIIIMTKIIS"
linker Street, Crnnlirouk, HriiKh Columbia
THICKS  SUBJECT TO CHANOE, QWINd  TO THK  lllltKtilT.AIt
CONDITIONS OF THU PAPER MARKET THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,   MAV   16th.    lull
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The  Very Best Joy Day
Children's Parade, Veterans in Uniform, Exhibit
of War Trophies, etc., etc.
Rock Drilling Contest,      Tie Making Contest
HORSE RACING,        UP-TO-DATE MIDWAY
Reduced Rates on All Railways
Big Danoe in Auditorium
From 8 p.m. to 12.00
Cranbrook BraSS Band in Attendance All Day
Chief Adams, Chairman. A. Ashworth, Secretary
Program and Prize List on Application
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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A  GRAPEFRUIT
Is  only  11   l.t'iimn   thnt
had a chauco.
Mil-   would    !»•    mnull
Bweetor for -ill of us if
wi' only took advuntago
or our opportunities,
thu sunn1 us tho Lemon,
Of course we loose our
timbers occasionally &
look   Hour   when   we
should look pleasant.
That's   human   nature,
but ft isn't natural   to
plod through lit.' with
a sour   look   when   a
pair '
Of Proper ntthux
(ilass-Mi
will  relieve   your   eye
troubles und cause   a
smile, instead  or   ;i
frown.   Bottttr consult
W. It. Wilson Bye Specialist, he'll mlViOO yon
frankly.
W.   H.  WILSON
Hfg, Optician
lsocal and personal
-^EATS DIRT]
Insure with Beale &. Elweli.
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 9.
Wanted—General servnnt, apply
Mrs. p. Pophom. box SO. l7-8t
Rcg. Watson of Creston is hack at
his old job with the Pity Transfer Co.
?r>0.00 Prize Hud now on display al j
Moffatt's Variety Store.
Wimit'll-—A competent nurse; apply
to Mrs. P. W. Oreen, -"-tr
Ih your subscription paid to the
Herald'.' If mil. now is a good time
lo pay It.
The city has purchased more land
for the enlargement of the cemetery.
People will shuffle off this mortal
coll. even in the most healthy of climates, People have been known to
go to California and die for the benefit of their health.
We have a full and
Complete Stock
of
POULTRY
NETTING
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -     K. C.
p. ,l. Doran, a former resident ol
Oranbrook! bul recently of Spokane,
Is back again I" crauhrook.
Mrs. Crnlgta of Brlckson was in at-
tendance on her nloce* .Mrs. Btewarl
of tills city.
j Mrs. McKowan spent a few days in
I Brlckson recently yn » visit to lu.r
1 iiarents. Mr. aud Mrs. Cartwrlght*.
Strawberries - Pedigreed   strflwlter-
i ry plants: Senator Dunlap nnd Mn-
I goon, Hardy, northern grown stock.
I Monrud Wlgen, Wynndel.
j Kor Sale—J. and J. Taylor safe fn
good condition. Apply to P. Hums &
I Co., Ltd. 20-tf
For Sale—Chevrolet car In good
condition.    Apply   to   Kootenay   Car-
HOUSES fob RENT
1 IIOliSK  MODERN,  7
ROOMS,   CLOSE   IN
#20.0(1 PEB MONTH
liicliiilinir Water
I LARGE HOUSE', MODERN, GOOD CONDITION,    10    ROOMS,
CLOSE  l\   	
... #..0.00 PER MONTH
Including Water
The CRANBROOK
AGENCV  COMPANY
SfF JOINTS  '
SORE MUSCLES
Uafeer Up Quickly Unfar tht SettMn,
Penetrating HjpBtaHtit ef
Himlin't Wiiard OH
In cases of rheumatism and lame
back it penetrates quickly, drives ont
soreiii's**. and limbers up stiff, aching
joints and innsctcs.
Wizard Oil is an absolutely reliable, antiseptic application (or cuti,
burns, bites, and stings Sprains and
braises heal readily under its soothing, penetrating qualities.
lict it frnm druggists for 30 cents.
If nol satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back,
Ever roust ipated or have sick
headache! lust try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents.   Guaranteed. —
0' CORNISH EGGS
#-.'.00 nor Ni-itinir
t oit\lNii.niii'i\i;io\
CROSSES
The very best (able fowl
Kggs $1,1(0
Now booking orders for
YORKSHIRE  PIGS
A. B.  SMITH
Criiiilii'iitilt
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
■'HONE
.Wll   or   101
Noal Piola
(•'eiM'tiil Contractor In
fiATHING, MASTER, IIRH'K
HTONK & CKMKNT WORK
P. o. Hox 212    -    pernio, B. C.
P. O. Hox 71 - Cranhrook, B. 0.
n-gc.
It
('. A. Cock left yesterday for Nelson to attend an executive meeting of
the Synod of the Diocese of Kootenay,
Just arrived, a large conslgnmenl
of Blue de Rot French Dinnerware,
open atock, at reasonable prices. —
Moffatt's Variety Store.
W. I.. Roid arrived last week from
Vancouver to tuke charge of the fire
truck recently purchased by the city.
Mr. Reid is au experienced man In the
fire fighting line, having been a member of the Vancouver fire brigade before going oversea);.
Mrs !■■ v Harrison, Mrs. M A
Beale, Mrs. .1 v. Smith and Mra. J VV
Itiirtim uf the Women's Auxiliary <if
the Church of England In it C, left
on Wednesday for Nelson Lo attend
lho annual Diocesan ol the Women's
Auxiliary meeting of the M s. c. r.
on Thursday and Friday, .May is and
I llth.
it pays to advertise Patmore Brothers have sold mme bicycles already
this year than thoy sold In any previous season. Then- are men riding
today who nobody would ever expect ■
to -see riding anything they had to
straddle, a McLaughlin, a Chevrolet, a Ford, a Willys-Knight or an |
Overland has always been good enough for thorn.
We understand that the pound bylaw is heing rigidly enforced and
must be, in the Interests of the city.
We have also heen asked to disabuse
tbe minds of some people who think
that tho fees are divided between the
police and others mid the city, that
such is not tbo case. Tlie city gets
the whole fee, nl] the police gel is the
exercise.
-GILLETT'S
LYE
CLEAN5-DI5INFECTS-US£:D TOR
50FTENING WATER—FOR MAKING!
J1HAPD AND 50Ff SOAP FULL
DIRECTIONS WITH EACH CAN.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 4-i-ff.
I...v ll. M Lyon will return from
the roasi in ttnw Lo occupy tlie pulpit
of Knox Church next Sunday. Ur had
the honor of speaking at u luncheon
held In connection wrjth the ti c
Synod at New Westminster, attended
a large gathering of C.E.'b, visited
Westminster Hall, Vancouver, and nl
together has pul m -- busy week. The
Synod will bo held in  Victoria nexl
I
The  Oranbrook   Saddlery  Co    Ltd.
[are headquarters for trunks, sullen ea
I und  travelling   goods     Large  stock
[ou haml
!    Ruaabll Turney with several aliases.'
charged with thefi from person, was
| committed for trial by police magistrate Leas), and sentenced later by.
Judge Thompson to one year in Nelson jail.   This criminal has been ply-
| Ing this trade for many years, his vie-!
i Urns usually being men under the In-
; fluence of liquor, so far gone that .
1 ihey were unable to give evidence as ■
to who robbed them, but finally he
was caueht.
The city engineer's department has
been busy cleaning up the lanes and
will soon he nt work gravelling the1
streets. Some gravelling has already
been done, bui when the whole public
works fori" starts at that job there
will soon be a great iniproivm. nt
noticeable The motor track i- doing
fine work and Is fully meeting expectations There is a summer's work
ahead of tho engineer's department
and Mr. EJassto has a plan for doing
tin1 work economically and well.
IVKST-r-HcKAY
On Monday, May 12tllj Frank Lewes
Wis) of Klmberley and Mary Frances
McKay of Moyle were united in matrimony, by Rev. It !■:. Pow ol his
residence on Burwell Ave. The happy
couple left on the train on Tuesday
morning for their future home at
Kimberley. The Herald joins in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Wesl ;i long happy
and prosperous voyage through life.
•d in Cranbrool
r Spokane arriv-
week looking for
out-of-the-way place—the unbrok-
and untamed wilds—nnd were surged to find such au up-to-date city,
ty were outfitted here and started .
on foot to try and find some In*
eastble mountain wild where man
never yet trod and where no do-
'ticaled animal has disturbed the
il denlsons of the hills nnd woods,
ly will probably find it. but they
lit to put a string ou themselves
hat they will not get lost.
Fred White paid the city treasury
$25 on Tuesday morning for being
drunk and disorderly the previous
evening.
For sale—Magnet (.ream Separator—good as new; $7f>. Daisy churn,
No. 2 cheap. Lewis Cox, Box 678. or
Phone 307. Cranbrook. 19-2t
How about your office stationery?
If you want to get a renewed supply
we can do it for you with neatness
and despatch.
We carry a full line of Men's. \Vo- J
tnen's, Boys' and Girls1 Tennis Shoes i
from 90c to $2.00 encK—MoffaTtV'Variety Store.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church will hold a Cookery Sale
and Afternoon Ton on Saturday afternoon. May Slst. at 3 p.m. in the Gym.
Fifty second hand sewing machines
in good running order, most of them
i drop  heads,  for sale  cheap  at   the
' Singer store, phone 167. 2-mly ,
> Rev. Hlllls Wright has been presented with a ear by his congregation
In Grand Forks i Wo wonder was if
a "Willis-Knight ')
Three tin horns and a man and WO-
; man left town under orders from the
chief of police without having to be
■ arrested.
Primary   ami   Kindergarten
isehooi: Principal, Miss Rum-
say, Burwell avenue.   For particulars phone 357. 2m.
The ex-soldiers' and Sailors' Labor Council has not met with much j
eiicouriiKi.inent hy the Vetorans In |
this district   It looks too much like,
n class council.
Tho banks huve returned in their,
pre-war hours of opening, namely i
from 10 to .1 every ilny except Snt-j
uriliiy when the hours wilt be the
same ns at present from it HO to 18
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing   taught,    For   particulars
phone 404 or box 428.-- Mrs.,
Van Braam. 46-tf
Bonnycastle Hale, the well known
naturalist is the author or a splendid
article entitled "The Dropping Off
Place" in Rod ami Gun for May. This
wholesome outdoor magazine is replete with stories, articles and special
departments dealing with Canadian
wild life and nature. It is published
by W. .1. Taylor. Limited, Woodstock.
Ont.
Water arrearages are coining in to
the e!ty. but there are a few who think
tho city is only bluffing when they :
get a notice that water will lie cut |
off unless arrearages are paid, but ,
these affected had better not bank on I
that idea. It will be mighty Inconvenient when the water is cut off. '
Patience ceases to be u virtue, you
know, after a certain limit.
Singer Sewing machines for family
use. took all the first prizes at tbe
San Francosco Fair judged by experts.
They must be the best machine: for
sale at tho Singer store for five
dollars cash nnd $3.00 monthly. We
will take your old machine in part
payment   Phone 157. 2-mly
Grand Opening Night
Edison Theatre, May 16th
A DANCE
Will lie held, eomineiicing nt !) o'clock
tiii:i:i:.i'ik('i: mits. eii'himisovs orchestra
Proceeds In entertain school children  Umpire Hay
PERFECT FLOOR PERFECT MUSIC
Ami u good time for All
Refreshments
Admission 75c each
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
omck.y he!;! to strengthen
the digestion, stimulate the
liver, regelate the bowclj
and improve the heaU.i
by -venting with ne' •*•:.
U-I-.l S.I. nl u
Sold r.ilv.
M-di-in<* in Ui.
Irrigated Farm For Sale
liifl acres ■"'■Mi acre*, tillable. Imhince |Mts(iirc«
"it acres under cultivation.
::n acre** bearing Orchard
*.! creeks und mini 11 lake
(..ind liig building*
Fenced with Cedar INisI und Wire
.'.   miles   from   Railway   Station
Price $6,500,,A,F ,A
sii.   ii.uAxri: EAST teiws
F.A.RUSSELL,      Y.M..A.BIdg.
CltAMlItOOK. B. C.
At ihe lawt i-Rulur meeting ol the i
MethodlBt t'hureh Ladles Aid Society,
it wan divided tn hold their annual '
bazaar Nov. 2l!int. Full particulars
Inlor.
Unfortunately   our   "BIr  Four"
curlers did tint succeed In bringing
back any of the Jewelry from Vancouver—but then, it's a gentlemen's
game and the prize In only a rircum-
Rlance.
At tlie last meeting of the city council it watt decided to surround the
monument erected to "The Heroic
Dead," with a fence and now tlie
ground enclosed with lawn seed and
f lowers. Tlie work nut hor I/.ed has
already been begun.
Tbe WIllys-Knlght is certainly a
pullman of tho motor road. Wc had
the pleasure or a ride hi one on Friday night, nnd wo never hnd a nicer
ride In our lives. It has power to
burn, stability, comfort, room, speed
and style. What more dooH n man
want bat tbe price.
CHEVROLET s490s
$1075.00
BABY GRAND SPECIAL   -   -   $1685.00
Dodge Bros. Cars   ■   $1835.00
PRICES  l'.O.II. CltAMlItOOK
Ciii'iiiinl m' I llCVltoi,kts arriving next week Including 'llaiiy Grand Specials'
The KOOTENAY Garage
AGENTS
PHONE   147
Chicago Foot
Specialist is
Coming Here
At considerable expense and trouble, we have arranged for a foot expert to be at this store
Saturday, May 31st, 1919
for the convenience of foot sufferers.
Examination   and Advice Free
j* ^~j:**'A*7«i
' ,«i8^m>-,f>'-
No More        -,.
Hurting Feet    "
V
Let   Yovr  Foot
Conic Forth antt Gain
Complete Comfort
Thisexpert, wholsone of the Staff of Di VVm.M hull,
the noted specialist and recognized (ool aulhorilv i> . i.\
lo tell at once what lhe real cause of vour fool trouble ■-
He knows feet as a dentlsl does teeth 01 as an attlnli-d
does houses.
T/iejv is a
DC Scholl
Appharm orjRentedy RjrEtvjyfbot TiouBk
No matter how staple or how seri ■•- -er (ool trouble
Is, he can tell you (and ihow you) I  '   h gain
Immediuic lleiief
and a rapid correction ol lhe iliflicuil      Remember Ihe
dates.   Be sure to come in.   Evei .        .,;..:.,.'.
Fink  Mercantile Co.
"kW&tsh Your Feet*
Be Sure to Get
IGLEY!
HE wax-wrapped
sealed package
with WRIGLEVS
upon it is a guarantee  of  quality.
The largest chewing-
sum factories In the
world -the largest
selling gum in thc
world: that is whit
WRIGLEVS means.
SEALED TIGHT
KEPT RICHTl
fl.it'. In
C.fi.'.
The Flavour Lasts!
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of (aiimlii Limited
Offices. SmelliiiK anil Refining Department.
TRAIL,  BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI     ltl.FI.VEKS
I'ur.'luis.'rs nf (liilil. Silver, I upper anil Lead Ore*
Producers ul' (.old. Silver, Clipper, llliii-liiiir. Pig Lend and
Speller "TAIUNAC" llnind. TIIE      CRANBHOOK      HERALD
Empire Day
Celebration
Under Auspices G.W.V.A.
Saturday, May 24th, 1919
at Cranbrook, B. C.
The Morning Parade
WILL COMMENCE AT 10 A.M.
HEADED BY—
CRANBROOK CITJ HAM)
FERNIE BUGLE RAM)
The Following nlso will participate—
VETERANS IN UNIFORM
SCHOOL CHILDREN
DECORATED AUTOS
AFTER Till!; PARADE—The School Children will
Sing Patriotic' Songu,
His Worship thc Mayor and Rev. II. M. Lyon
will make short speeches.
RACE PROGRAM
PROGRAM COMMENCES AT 1.30 P.M.
1st 2nd
INDIAN HORSE RACE—
Vi Mile Heats 2—3
HORSE RACE OPEN—
'.. Mile Heats 2—8
$20.00     $10.00
30.00        15.00
HORSE RACE FOR WHITE MEN ONLY—
I/a Mile Heals 2—3 26.00        12.50
RELAY RACE—
One antl one-half miles:
Change Saddles eve-y u mile   30 i'j
(loop cinch only)
SQUAW RACE ON HORSE BACK—
'(, Mile Heats 2—3 10.00 5.Ill)
ATHLETIC SPORTS
AFTERNOON
1st 2nd
100 YARD RACE—OPEN—
2 heats and final if necessary   $ 5.00      $ 3.00
220 YARD RACE—OPEN—
M MILE RACE—OPEN-
HIGH   JUMP-
BROAD   JUMP-
TIE MAKING CONTEST-
SACK RACE, !5 yards—
ROCK DRILLING CONTEST—
5.00 3.00
5.00 3.00
5.00 3.00
5.00 3.00
10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
SO.00        2.1.II0
IN THE EVENING at 8 p.m.
A DANCE
WILL RE GIVEN IN THE AUDITORIUM
Mm. Kdmnndson's Orchestra in iillendnnee
Tickets, $1.00 per couple
COMMITTEES:
Athletic     -     -
Sports     -    Dr.
Subscription - P,
Grounds
Advertising   -
Entertainment   ■
Finance
Music
School Children
Transportation
Decoration
W. M. Harris
J. W. Rutledge
M. McPherson
W. E. Worden
L. Richardson
C. O. Staples
-      J. P. Fink
W. A. Burton
Demonstration
R. S. Shields
-    S. T. Moir
W. H. Wilson
JUDGES:
T. M. Parrett,       G.  Hogarth,
II. Edwards,     .1. R. Adamson.
CHIEF ADAMS,
Chairman.
A. ASHWORTH,
Secretary.
u. \x, V. A. NOTES
Tlie regular meeting Is scheduled
' for Sunday May L8U1 nnd wo expect
till membors to *■<• out, Make II a
j personal matter.
j quite a number of our members a-
valled themselves of tbe opportunity
; tn meet tbo roprL-sentnlivt* of the Land
{ Settlement Hoard who visited here on
I Monday 12th Inst.
j Tbe association is grateful to tho
■ public for its support at tho Joint
: Band M- Veterans dunces whten provod such a distinct success In every
'. wny,
' Tbe Pensions Board will send a re-
! presentattve bore some time In June
; nnd members are requested to he on
; tlie look out for notice of tbe date and
! hold themselves ready to moot this
ro presentation, Pension difficulties
j will be dealt with.
A Htnrt bus heen made on tbe altor-
; attotis and improvements io tbe Club
'. Rooms and il is confidently expected
' that things will be in good shape in
, a very short time.
All ti. w. V. A. members who had
' dance   tickets   for   sale   please   make
returns   to   President   Ashworth   1101
later than Sunday.
and baa been seen to slugger dizzily
emerged during tbe few warm days,.
about tbe bouse. One fly is a« good!
as a hundred,
"No dirt, 110 fllos." Is a better slo- j
Kan than "Swat the fly." The first;
is preventive, the second remedial. It
is a positive fact that if there were
no unsanitary conditions there would
ho no files. This is proved in many j
regions] uninhabited by human be- '.
tuffs, who have never improsed tbe
contaminating influence of their eivil-1
Izatlon. So It is the duty of every1
one of us to cooperate in the fullest
measure in the (lean up campaign Iti-
nugurnted by tbe civic authorities this
week.
The liy cannot live unless ho has
something to feed on. Me thrives upon manure, garbage, etc. Then he
carries this pollution to clean food,
milk, children and adults, especially
those  who are sick  or tu  a   state of
low  vitality.
-W^ft-Win-Ufc-M itQfrn ii<|/W»ii^ft*w nrfjfoM n^iiii^-fl
k
— $
Ladies   who   appreciate   exelnsiw 1
styles in  Blouses should Inspect our ,
Bhowing of Georgotte Crepe and Crepe
lie ('bones.   We bavo al the proaonl  !
moment 7^ Blouses, Individual models
\ many new shades, all to move out ut
1 one   quarter   off   the   regular   price.
I Call and be convinced that when Hill
I puts on a sale it is genuine.—W. D.
Hill.
G.W.V.A.- CITV  KAMI  ItANCKS
PROVED GREAT SUCCESS
Tbo second of tbe two dances under the auspices of the Veterans und
the City Band was hold in tbe Auditorium on Friday last, May 9th, and
proved both popular and successful.
A large crowd of dancers attended,
aud the hilarity continued until about
2.30 p.m. Mayor Cameron officiated
as Master of Ceremonies. 'Ibe 10
piece special orchestra, organized for
the occasion did splendid work, as
did tho Ladies' Auxiliary to the G.W.V.A. in providing and dispensing
1 lie dainty refreshments, A substantial sum was realized, which will he
divided for tbe aid of tlie local veterans association and to tho City Band
Fund, both of which organizations
highly appreciate the generous patronage of the citizens, ami the splendid manner iu which tbey were assisted in making the dances a success.
Mother Gave
This Delicate
Child Vinol
AM) HE OOT WV.U. AND STRONG.
THAT'S TIME
Monaco, Pa.—"My little boy, who
is tbe youngest of three, was weak,
nervous and tired nil tbe time, so he
was most unfit at school, and nothing
seemed to help him, I learned of
Vinol and gave it to hfm. It has restored bis health mul strength and
lie has gained in weight."—Mra, Frederick Sommors, Monaco, Pa.
Vinol is a constitutional cod liver
and iron remedy lor delicate; wean,
ailing children; Formula on every
bottle, so you know what you are giving them,   Children love it.
Sold by the Cranhrook Drug and
Boid; Co., Cranbrook, B. C,
LADIES
Ol 11 GREAT HAY DAY REDUCTION SAI.K Ims been oven u
Itrentcr success limn wc liml expected, lint we Irate still ninny
lliiiiiMinils in' dollars mirlli nf the musi <l<-,>,-ti.lii.,l.* Merehaiiillse
In offer nl I lie "Great Discount" of 2.'> nor cent. Ono iimirtor off
llu' regular sclllnit iirlco menus n miring nf .'!.'> por cent to tiio
IMirolmsi-r.
JililV TAFFETA mnl I'OI'I.IX DRESSES on Sule ul one quarter
tholr regular selling prices, The models we make special
mention ot nre developed In tlie following similes nml in ulmosl
eaeli ease are individual models und bIiowii exclusively by ourselves—Rose, Plum. Brown, Taupe, Illseiilt, Green, Saxo Navy
nnd Block. Some aro Lrlmmoil in contrasting similes of em-
lii'oldei'v or sllli. while otliore ure pin tucked or braided
Rogular $18.60 for   tUIWl    regular (84.00  *IS.IHI
\V
liavo lliem nl ull pr
[UOto more tin,i, u lew.
lull
will not pormll ns to
I.ADII.S
HOST
ttv Intro
-.(III
Mi di-zru
-ad les
Hose, re
HI III r
I'M*.
Blllo
price
pill
for
*I..M!
f
I.AIUK8 COA'1'8 In all Ibe new shades nnd models in he sacrificed iu a like manner.
Ol 11 IMtV (1001)8 im.P.wmil.NT is most complete, and wo offer all lines ni Lho discount of 25 per cent. Ginghams in a
hundred different patterns; Flannelettes, Dress Goods, Hose,
Muslins, Curtain Material, aud last hut not least our Entire
stock of 1.tidies, Misses and Children's Shoes in all styles and
grades.
These lines must ai once appeal to tbe economic buyer; a Hollar saved is n dolar made; then buy your requirements now
aud save the almighty dollar.
W. D, HILL.
Dry Good* 8r Indies' & Misses' We*r
flK^'M-^'Wi-Vlnil tfar+mttflt^'mW+Jb' ■ M-Vfr' %**&* m**Jl** > **&" ■M-V»*''^*'l*-Afcl*>0
FLIES CANNOT EXIST Wll EKE
THERE   IS  n.EANI-llSKSS
".Notice of arrivals of guests;—Mr.
Common House Fly, well known turnout the country as the bead of the
largest disease trust in operation, has
arrived. He came fully equipped to
carry on bis entire summer campaign
und In spite of the efforts of many
sanitary leagues which are warring
against him, told reporters Ihat he
expected a successful season."
This might wel be an actual news
notice.   At lenst one solitary fly has
A  CARD   PARJLY
and -
DANCE
will be held in the
PARISH HALL
Wed., May 21st
at  8   p.m.  sharp
Tickets       50c
GR.AND
DANCE
AT
Wycliffe
Fri. June 6,19
Proceeds for local
Red Cross branch
$1 per couple
Extra. Lady       50c
WANT ADS.
FORMALDEHYDE!
FOR SMUTTY WHEAT
COSTS LITTLE
SAVES MUCH
CRANBROOK DRUC & BOOK CO'Y
*?Z&f*d&**
\\, ,1. ATCHISON, M&r.
Day Tlionc 71.
Night  rimne 89C
THE STAlt SECOND  HANI)  STOKE
We are always at tbe other end of
Phone 9. For anything in tbe furniture line—If you want to buy, sell or
exchange, ring Phone 9.
Guitar and case $4.00
Piano,  ('lassie,  splendid   tone  and
condition— $285.
New   Williams   Sewing    Machine,
tradle, perfect order $12.00.
Magnificent Oak Dining Table, five
leaves $17.00
Sideboard to match $28.00.
Ulohe-Wlernock book   case,    with
desk  section  $20.00.
Organ—nine stops, good tone, $14.
Banjo—32 brackets, metal rim $5.00
LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD
WIIil KEEP VOI' POSTED ON NEWS, PROGRESS
DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOWNS AMI
COMMUNITIES ALONG THE
CROWS NEST PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RESIDENTS-
Three Months for One Dollar
Six Months for Two Dollars
Fifteen Months for Five dollars
Mail this coupon with   money lo Lethbrldge Herald.
LETHBRIDGE  HERALD, Lethlirlilge, D. C.
End I find if fur which wild lho l.rtlilirldm- Itnllj
Herald fur   months.
Jinme 	
Address  	
Riding Saddle—Splendid condition
Price JU.00.
Set Pony Harness, Good as new ?12
BIG DANCE
At WARDNER
under tlie auspices af the
(Ultl.N* HANKI.TIUM. TKAM
— on —
Fri.May30thl9
Music by—
"Cranbrook Orchestra"
Tickets    $1.00
BfAi' *t*Ap m<A,'*'At',*,'At',*'^''**Am'*'*A,**t*Q
More Bread & j!
Better Bread
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables  in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
INTRODUCING
MINERS, PROSPECTORS
Mine Owners
Till: CRANBROOK BOARD OF TRADE
nlll exhibit samples of Ore from this
Mining Dlsirirt, at the Mining Convention to be held in Nelson, on
I llth Inst.
If Yon mint the benefit of this advertising before the large number of Mining
Men who will attend this eonention,
send samples of your ores at onee—<*>
or 10 lbs—with the name and location
and ownership of the mine or prospect
lo E. II. McPhee, Crnnbrook, 11. C.
THIS IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LAV VOIR
PROPOSITION  BEFORE   PROSPECTIVE   BUYERS.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AT ONCE.
King's Quality Flour
Made from the BEST WHEAT
12,000 Barrels Dally
Produced by
MAPLE   IEAF  MILLING  CO.
Largest Flour Milling Co. In
Canada
Branch al Medicine Hat—
Medley Shaw Milling Co.
Cranbrook Trading Co i;
-- AGENTS
| |v i^%wii<k»w itMftm sttyttm msmfettsmtm/m ttytm -V"fl
LAND OWNERS & Returned Soldiers
TO ASSIST RETURNED SOI.DII.KS IN
SECURING SATISFACTORY LOCATIONS, and ns lhe Soldiers' Land Settle*
ment Hoard nlll deal only wllh bona fide
owners, the Cranbrook llonrd of Trade
will accept listings of any properties for
sale In the dlstrlcl. Those lists to lie for
the sole use of returned men desiring
farm lands.
FOR LISTING FORMS APPLY TO—
W. M. HARRIS
Sec'y Board of Trade
Cranbrook, B.  C.

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