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Array Victoria
It HI IISII i nl.I Hill t
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
I mica
VOLUME 19
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1911
NUMBER 11
CRANBROOK     HAS    THE   MINERALS    THAT   MAKE    THE   MONEY
POLICE COM. RECEIVE DELEGATION
Go mm I Approval is tilveu Curfew By-law — Minor Changes
Suggested—Mayor Stand.-. Prit. '"
Tbe first open meeting of, the Police
Commissioners took placo Tuesday
ovonlng In the City Hall, several ladles
and gentlemen being presont ns n
delegation from various bodies.
.Mayor Clapp opened tlie procoodlugs
and called for any remnrks inun tlioso
proaont. Tlio ladles very gracefully
waived tlieir privilege, nnd ullowetl
llie gentlemen to lead the array und
tlio floV. W. II. Brldgo took tlio rioor
He compllmontod the Commission upon allowing lhe public into their do-
liberations, und also upon tholr determination to enforce tho curfew by-law
llt> thought the law was an oxcellont
one, bul would like to see exceptions
mado for children to attend entertain
monta and evening classes.
The Mayor here interposed that all
requests must be submitted to tho
Commission in writing.
The Hev. Thus. Keyworth also paid
tribute to the work tho Commission
were doing, but thought that tt would
hi unwise to grant any exceptions,
Me suggested that the date when the
change In the hour when children
must be off the streets should coincide witb the dates when schools hours
were changed.
Tlie Mayor said thnt this was being
done, and that during the sutmmer
months !t o'clock the bell would ring.
March 1st to November 1st it was
found constitutes tlie summer school
schedule.
Mrs. McFarlane then addressed the
members of tho Commission, and, complimenting them on tlieir work, spoke
Btrongly in favor of the by-law. She
thought s o'clock in winter and fl
o'clock In summer late enough for any
child to be on tbe streets. She had
noticed already how the little ones
(rotted off home as soon as they heard
the bel|. On behalf of the ladies of
the town, she wished to express tlie
grutltute they all felt for the work
the Commission had undertaken.
Mr. w. li. Gllroy, on behalf of the
Merchants Association, presented A
written request thut exception should
be mddfl for boys engaged In delivery
on Saturday nights, and Mr. Fink
spoke in support of the request, 11"
.miId dial lu these hard times tlie holp
tbo boys wen- able lo glvo to the bomo '
was all needed.    As Io any possibility
or IiiiiI irlslng out or tho by-luw.'
bolng in I' Un- original  framrrs of
the law. he said thut the original Intention hail boon to so operate It an
io cause as little hardship and Inconvenience as possible, and by u system
of cards these difficulties as to delivery and classes, etc., could be easily
arranged.
Chief Hersey, who Is taking a strong j
personal Interest In the working of the
by-law, read over a fow suggestions
he thought would be of benefit. He j
thought that 14 should be the age limit
and that "not having uny special business" would cover all these cases ofl
necessity. \
Mr. White also spoke in favor of the \
by-law, and as against any exceptions [
heing made. !
Tho Mayor, In acknowledging the
appreciative remarks, said that the
Commission had thrashed the matter J
out all ways, and he thought that noth- j
ing had been said which gave them j
any real cause to change their views I
Placing his foot down firmly and
solidly—wli'lcli the Mayor is well able
to do—he said that they were deter-
mined to administer the law fairly
and squarely and show no favors to
any party or person.
The ladies then withdrew, and pipes
wero hastily loaded up, the Commission settling down to what looked like
an all-night session, and your scribe
also bent it.
GREAT VICTOR!' i'l   UTtlTlsH   IT
BAUDAIl
LONDON* March IS, Bonar
• Law. .told the bouse of ("iiiiiM-n**
todoj that the Brltlsii had achieved
a brilliant rlctorj at Itiu-dml. Two
hundred and Hilrtj pieces waa the
t'dal Turkish artillen captured
ami destroyed, Tlie speaker mild
Hint tin* Turk* in retreating threw
their l'uiis Into the river Tigris,
FARMERS ARE GETTING TOGETHE
Co-operation is Watchword—U nnj Important Question!, Inln
eliiee el—I'leinr   .Mill is Wanted.
1
The Knox I'r*' byti rlan i hurch was
well filled Wedne day evi nlng when
the newly appoint* d pai tor, thi it iv
II. Wright, was formally inducted to
the charge, Rev W Robertson of
Rossland, Moderator d( thu Session.
RoV. Mr Pow of "'r.'Mun ,..,.) Kev Mr.
Carr of Fernie, were the officiating
clergymen. Mr, Wright, who halls
from the ould sod, has been stationed
at Pincher Creek, and received the
welcome of a good many of the brethren
at the depot on his arrival Wednesday
noon, with Mrs. Wright and little son.
The ladles have been very busy during
the woek preparing the manse nnd the
church for their reception, and a most
hearty welcome seemed to be given by
all.
Mr. Robertson created a very comfortable feeling of contentment and
pleasurable anticipation by his very
apt address lo the congregation at the
close, when an adjournment was made
to the school to partake of the good
things provided by the Indies, and to
make friendly acquaintance with the
new pastor uud his  family.
town Torres
Workers never grumble, aud grumblers never work. Rev, Robertson at
Induction service.
Mr. L. Loucks, Who llttS lieen visiting
at his old home In Ontario, returned
Wednesday.
Th
Tiie above Institute held a very interesting meeting Saturdaj lasl in the
City Hall President Palmer In the
chair and about 36 present. Among
other matters dealt wiih waa the question of the erection of u flour and
grist mill and elevator in tin district
a committee from the Board of Trad"
led by Pres, Beattie brought tbo matter forward, polntlhg out that thn production of grain In tho district had
qow got beyond tho demands of the
feeders ol whole grain and thai the
amount of imported flour and ground
grains was very greal hore still.
Growers hud to peddle their grain
from door lo door and Bell in small
amounts, often on credll which wns
not bankable and that there was no
Belt led standard of pi
them satisfied tliey wi
value for their grain,
vator would stabilize i
vide   storage   where  a
[ plaee unsold  grain  If
| doing, and if need of <
j saint uguinst his store
■• time.
Messrs. Christie. Hanson and NIs*
! bet followed and altogether Ihey madi
out a ease sufficiently strong to enlist
the farmers In the project aud n resolution was passed requesting Mr. Beat-
tie who was goliin to thi' coast, to lay
the matter before tbo Hoi
ister of Agriculture and ri
assistance In the way of a
antee of bonds, or other
wards tho erection and
needed.
A number of the farmeri
trlcl spoke on the matte:
Mr. Ttennctt of Marysville.
of   Fort   Steele.   Mi
Clure. Flemmlng an
and the general opinion was that sucli
action would Increase tlie production
of grain here and give much needed
■ which Ii ft
getting fair
'hat an ele-
P8  ami  pro-
•ower could
ilrous of so
li obtain the
train at any
Tl"
r. including
!, Mr, Hnyes
Clarke, Meat Wycliffe
encouragement to agr
nlliire   which
wan more ihan ever going to be of
Importance to this section as the titn-
li* r got farther away.
A committee of Messrs. P. Wood-.
i'. s. Flemmlng and J. H. Hayes was
appointed to act with the Board of
Booms .i.'umu Bin 3uiJ0i[ianj H| npujj,
the farmers.
Rev. Father Lambot presented n
reporl from committee on the potato
question, but as more material is expected they were continued iu offic
to report fully at a special meeting
mar "-Ith, when lhe full report will
he mnde public. Mr. Hutchcroft of
tho committee showed an exhibit of
gatherings from potatoes he was going over for shipment nt present time.
Including one rock about the size of a
goose egg, some monstrosities of pot;.-
toes with any number of heads, several small stones, sonic potatoes as
big as a mans' foot, some like pigeons
eggs, several very rotten ones and
scabby ones. In commenting, lie said,
however, that in going over a lurei**
lot from Clarke Bros.. St. Marys Prnlr-
ii*. lie had only one fault, they would
in* hitter if tlie very largest had been
taken out and sold locally to camps,
otherwise they were of good quality,
well sorted nnd very creditable to th,'
producer. A resolution wns passed
requesting the appointment nf an in
-! octor of potatoes trnlnn oust same a *
on exports to V. S. A.
At th,- close of the regular meeting
a Directors meeting was hold and the
resignation ot Mr. A. Men/,.] from the
board was accepted wiih much regret,
.Mr. Palmer expressing tlie feelinga of
;ill when he said Mr. Menzcl would be
greatly missed nn lie tins always been
a great help to tlie officers of the local
Institute nnd all joined in wishing him
success in his new home in Sas-
kntchewan.
Rev. Father Lambot was elected
to the vacancy on the board
Shoes
Mr. c. ll. Parki
seniors accident on ha mil-
TON'S   HIM,
A serious accident occured last Saturday afternoon nn Hamilton's Hill,
west of town, whereby Mr. Dow. teamster for the Cranbrook Sash & Door
Co., is the loser of a horse tn the value
of about $500.
According to information received,
a sleigh coming down the hill became
stuck on the road wliere thc snow has
jrone. The teamster went bach nnd
stopped the next sleigh coming down
the hill aud called to the teamster to
pull hlm out. They blocked the second sleigh on the hill and unhitched
the team and went down to the first
sleigh when* they proceeded to pull it
out, forgetting, apparantly, to warn
llie teamster coming behind, of the
danger ahead, consequently) hy tin*
time the third sleisn Iiovi
the blocked one. tin* spi
great to pull U|i ill the distance. Despite the attempts of tbe teamster, Mr.
Dow. to avoid the collision, he ran
into the sleU'h ahead, broke the harness on bis team causing one of
his horses to fall. The sleigh passed
OVOT »ud crushed one of Its legs nnd
the animal had to he shot
All Hire,, teamsters are in lhe employ of lhe Cranhrook Sash ■» Door Co.
whp have been hauling logs over thi*;
roil td all winter
who has hern em-
>ss store, left Sun-
•jound, it C.
•'Tilt: MAN 1> THE MOOS" AT AUD. ployed at the Down
  day last for Howe
Pretty girls, funny comedians aad \ 	
a wealth of handsome costumes will j A meeting of tin* executive of thfe
lend enchantment tothe play that will Agricultural society will be held in
appear at the opera bouse Saturday. I the City Hall on Monday evening next
March 17th. at S p.m.
When "The Man in the Moon" the] 	
fantastic musical comedy production1    Mr.   Caslake's   beautiful
with Hyatt and Lenore In tlio stellar i on Armstrong Avenue Is for
ST. JOHN Ullli i,.\\u;
full particulars
le
POLICE
Miss Maud Hick
Hawaii, who has
and friend
parents' lu
Tin
roles will be thc attraction. Unlike
most musical shows whicli are built j apply to PV
for laughing purposes only this one
has a unigue plot, nnd deals with the
adventures of the all star opera company who become stranded in Turkey
end give a performance for bis Royal
Highness the Sultan. Highly indignant and displeased with their show,
the Sultan decrees that the manager
of the show and his performers be beheaded. The comedy starts here and
in sight of|)af) continuous scream throughout the
d was too ' Puttre show. Thc beautiful chorus of
girls will be seen potpouri of twenty-
two musical numbers and dancing ensembles that set you all a bumming,
Everything of the serious nature is
forgotten, the costuming of the girls
Is made a special feature with all new
scenery you can rest assured that yon
are gflfpg to see one of the hest musical comedy companies that has played.
as to prie<
& Klwell
residence
Bale.   For
ud terms.
■nhotham. from HIlo
been visiting sister
here. leaves today fnr her
ae. New Westminster.
Farmers' institute i** oruprln*.
, rry's Gopher Killer at $1 "■ per hum
dred.   Members needing   semi In cash | n°0,Mlt 41"'
t*y March 20th to A. B. Smith, bo
We understand that Mr. DeVere
Hunt has been appointed paymaster
of the 107th Battalion with headquarters at Creston: duties to commence
the 15th inst
i    On .Monday, March 19th, the St. John
Ambulance will present at  tho Rex
1 Theatre, "The Social Buccaneer," fen*
j Hiring J. Warren Kerrigan and Louise
Lovely.    This picture is a flvo reel
I drama with  lots of punch and thrill.
j many of tlie scenes depleting Chinese
dons etc.   Kerrigan and Miss Lovely
, are at their best in  this wonderful
[ drama, and we invite all to oomo und
help the cause,    In addition to the plc-
t ture a short program Ims been prepared to be put  on  between  show:
J Song. Miss Roberts; Dunce. Mr. Allen
; DeWolf;  Song, Miss  Francos Drummond,   Special music will be furnished
| for the show.    Matinee in the after-
Adults Hlc; children 5c,
Kvening   performance:   Adults   26c;
children 15c.   Come and see ynur favorites, Kerrigan and Lovely.
The Cranbrook branch of tli'1 St.
John Ambulance Association wish to
thank the Universal Film Co., for their
kind donation of the picture "The
Social Uncancel-."
Fernie still has
Monday night, (wi
nle and played the
met with defeat Tr
Cranbroolt were skip,
ie Fie
rinks
The American members nf the Commission for Relief fn Belgium have
been asked by the Germans to remain
at their pouts, and the work in Bel-
glum Is therefore proceeding under
exactly the same guarantees as hitherto
The fact thnt the Commission for
Relief In Belgium continues to receive
large sums from the Allied Governments is in itself enough to prove that
they, who are most Interested, have no
reason to believe that Germans are
directly benefiting. Furthermore, tlie
Commission have effected an arrant: -
ment with the British Government on
one side and the German Government
on the other by which an acceptable
lane for Belgian relief ships between
North American ports and Rotterdam
has heen fixed so as to ensure the con-
liniiliy of supplies.
Tlie Commission for Relief iu B**l-
uium is rnclng to-day a monthly deficit nf $:i.noo.non. Hence It Is more
than ever In need nf the full he-art'*'!
upport or tbe public.
British • '■  i ml ■ ■     -
ir you are ready to buy
•i your Spring Shoes, you
will find it well worth
while to come here and
examine the handsome
new and worthy models
we are showing for Spring
Wear.
Here are Shapes and
Leathers to meet the requirements ot all tastesand
and for use on all occasions
.MEN'S KINK SHOl S—
si.;,!!. 15,00, $5.50 lo .^r.'iti
\VOMKN\S I IM   KHOKS
94.511, $5.00, $5,50 in $7.0(1
Complete stock of Girls
and Boys, Footwear at astonishingly low prices.
There are no better
Shoes manufactured than
the sort we sell
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
Tclepl SI.
Mail Orders Recelre i'reeneiet Attentate
Palmolive Special
■1 liar
ABSOLUTELY  PREE
i.f I'll.lien.!\l  SOAP with eterj i.urrlia-
of   I'.tl.HlllJVK
IMI'IMP
. IXISH1NG I lil Ol or I'll.Mill.ITI
I'll.MOI.HI   SHAMPOO    mtalns the to ■..■.-:■.; Palm and Olive*
"ei-    :" ■                           ll tractable; ] reserve, it.*
color and : is  . .::■... misty gleam  tliat
bealthj*. "     bottle.
PALMOLIVE   \OIMIIM.   iliioi ally delightful and
beneficial eneoll ■ . thre, necessities for :i
careful and ialnt; • .. •
Cranbro,;k Drug & Book Co.
IV. J.  ITI IIISO.V, Haniger,
lim.in Cup.
*nt to Per-
crnio boya, but
two rinks from
I by \v. P, Cam-
Prod
ek bj
Stftback wm* gathered in this
the thief on n charge of stealing goodB from 6 dwelling Iu Cranbrook. Dropped off n freight Sunduy.
arrestdd Monday, sent up for trial
Tuesday,    pretty work.
.Morris Crowe appeared before tho
magistrate on tlio ISth on a charge nf
drunk uud disorderly, and was fined
$5.00, lb* hud $Sil on hlm when arrcst-
• d ami probably has Chief Hersey to
thank for (he rescue of his wad.
i. o. I), I.
\i thn regular meeting held March
Dtli, Monday workers reported 14 suits |
of'pyJainna finished also 8 pair Bocks
knitted. Mrs. (i, Thompson, convenor
Tu-'sduy Cutting Commltteo Mrs J.
s Rrake; ronvenor, reported 108 gar-
monls cut mn Wednesday Mrs.
Rp4-n.cc, convenor, reported lfl suits
pyjamas and 13 hot water bottle covers mado Thursday Mrs. Leslie,
convenor,   reported  '2D suits   pyjamas,
ti ihlrts, 7 convalescent robes. 4 pair
BOOkS finished;  IL" suits were received
from Kimberley workers Friday
suits pyjamas, l shirt. 13 hot wator
bottlo covers made, Total number
of. mill les finished nnd parked for
shli'inent during the month f»l4. Mra.
Palmer, convenor,
The Buying Cotnutlttee reported for
the month the purchntte of 488 yards
of flannelette; .' pra. blankets; wool
for t-oiks etc. from local stores
amounting to $123.08. Mrs. MacKinnon, convenor.
'I'tio following donations were received for the Prisoners of War lirend
Fund for Fcbruury:    Mra. Harshaw,
r,0c; Mrs. While. BOc, MrH. Dezall, 00c;
Mrs. Jackson, 26c; Mrs. Manley, 2r>c;
MrH. A. Bridges, 26c; Miss Dowar, 25c:
Mrs.  Mcllridc. 60cj  Mrs. A. A. Mac- [
Klnnon, 60c;   Collected by Mrs. MacKinnon: Mrs. It. T. Williams, V2; Pan j   ,
llrnke. 10c;   Collected by Mrs. J. S. which Ib much better than two or three
Brako: broods for the same purpose In the
If unable to attend tho nfcxt regular same neighborhood. Mr. McClure is
meeting of the Chapter In the Council'[ to bo congratulated oil the useful type
Chambers on 13tli April, a.;io p.m. of cows got nnd the district on their
All I. O. D. TC. members whose dues f advent.   The dairy cow is to the farm
Mr II. ll. McClure of Wycliffe. nr-
ilved In the city lust night from Cay-
loy, Alherta. with n car-load of dairy
stuck for his farm and pulled ont for
home on the Kimberley train this
morning. The shipment consists of
one hull and seventeen cwb all registered Holsteins and all between the
ages of three and six. The whole lot
nre very typical of the breed being
good large businesslike looking animals and aro either fresh in milk or
freshening in the next month, and will
mako un appreciable addition to the
supply at tlie Creamery, Mr. McClure
has here the foundation for a herd
that will do credit to the district and
as we underiiand Holsteins are
bc the breed used by one or two other
progressive farmers near Wycliffe, n
spirit of union and push would easily
make SI. Marys ITalr'e a breed centre
noted   for  blade  nnd   white  milkers,
ron and Arthur Wanl
Ird challenge of the Cranl
the nexl one will land th
where it belongs,
Th
11 e.
Elwell !
' Ih
oil Mr Caalak
slroni"   Avenue
terms.   This is oi
date and complet
brook.    For full part
Heale &   Blwell.    1'h
if the
shier
s  is the
ik hoys; ,
up here
nstructed
on Arm-
attractive ;
ost np-to-
i In I'ran-
ulars, apply to
give gre
than Ins
of MIIcli
This is
rt  tn the fr
We In
of I
rinc to
eatnnry
vo car*,
expei i. il in this week.
3 In thc right dirertlon
ns greater supplies are needed if we
are to got tbe fullest bench, from this
business In our midst.
On Wednesday 'ast Mr. Bridge continued liis s-'fies of readings from
great plays, taking "Pompey tho
Oreat," Mnxflold's innstorpteoo, as his
subject.
Mr. llridgc was just recovering from
an attack of grippe and his voice wns
not In the best of condition. However,
with assistance of excellent musical
items by Mrs. Wallinger, Mrs. White-
house ami Miss Caslake, the audience
spent an  enjoyable  evening.
This week Galsworthy's Little
Dream" is the subject of the reading, j
A unique feature will bo a musical
accompaniment  to the spoken  lines. I
Next week Mr. Brldgo will present
scenes from Shakespeo re's "Tempest."
hn' In arrears sre requested to kindly
tfcftVO sume wltli the sewing day convenors nt the Hed Cross Hooms or
hand same to the Secretary. This will
facilitate tiie work of the Secretary ns
it is oseontlal to know ihe exact number of memlMTs In good standing.
what oil ir tn a imirbine, she smoothes
the running of lhe other branches.
Don't forget we split 60-60 with the
Hed Cross ami the Patriotic on all
subscriptions to the Herald during tlm
next two months,
timih:ksai,i: xo.soi
Sealed tendes will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the Kith day of April, 1917,
for the purchase of Licence So. Mil. to
rut. liO.nfiO feet nf Spruce nnd 4.R0O
cords of Cedar fence imsts on an nren
adjoining S, T. !.. 2747, P. situated on
Hand Creek, Kootenay District.
One (ll year will be allowed for removal of ttinh' ■ Further partculars
0. tn.* Chief /Hester. Victoria or
r.ixirfrt Forester. Cranbrook, H. 0,
BRITAIN- CALLS TO CANADA-
THE  FACTORY THE FARM
She must have Food—
for her Armies in the Field—for her Workers in the Factory—in
the Munition plant-in the Shipyard—in the Mine.
THERE'S DANGER IN SIGHT-BUT YOU CAN HELP
Do You Know—
that the rapidly rising price of food'stuffj
means that the World's reserve supply ii
getting small ?
Do You Know—
that a world-wide famine can only be
(verted by increasing this supply ?
Do You Know—
that a "food famine" would bc a worse
disaster to the Empire and her Allies than
reverses in the Field ?
You Can—
help thwart Germany's desperate submarine thrust on the high seal.
You Can—
do this by helping to make every bit of
land in Canada produce -the very last
pound of food stuffs of which it is capable.
and Remember—
that no man can say that he has jully done
his part -who having land—bc it garden
patch, or farm, or ranch fails to make it
produce food to its utmost capacity.
BRITAIN appeals to CANADA
THE NEAREST PRODUCER OF STAPLE  FOODS
India and Argentina are more than twice the distance away and
Australia more than four times.
_ . , 2625 Miles
Canada to Britain ■— ■■
„    ,.     -    . lOOOMiLEi
India & Argentina to Britain
Australia to Britain i
11 MO Miles
THESE
FARM PRODUCTS
ARE NEEDED
FORJXPORT
WHEAT,
OATS,
BEEF,
BACON,
CHEESE,
EGGS,
BUTTER,
POULTRY,
BEANS & PEAS,
WOOL,
FLAX AND
FLAX FIBRE,
DRIED
VEGETABLES
"No matter what difficulties may
face us, ihe supreme duty of every
man un the land is to use every thought
and every energy in the direction of
producing more   and still more."
Martin lUtrreV.    Minister of Agriculture.
Thc Department Invites every one desiring
information on any subject, relative to Farm
and Garden, to write- ■
INFORMATION     BUREAU
DOMINION DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
OTTAWA •: two
THE ORANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, MARCH 15,1917
JDGE AND SOCIETY CARDS   THU CHANHKOOK HlltVLU
[.0.0
.  Fa
ki:v
CUV LODGE, No. 1*.'
HaU.      Sujournii
cordially invited.
Meats   overy
Monday night
ut Fraternity
g    Oddfellows
E  il
McPHBE,
S. FYL.ES,
Secy.
N. tl.
;.. u*<l   u cr i-i*   ht   Tho   CnuiliriHife
11 era lit, l.linlU'il.
CkttH. II. I.iatlili-y. Editor ami Managci
l niiilini"!.. B.C., llarcli lfitil, 11)17
KMtiHTS OK PYTHIAS
Crunbrook, lt, I.
Meets every Tuesday at S p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
K. C. Carr, C. C.
P. de Vere Hunt, K. R. & S.
P. 0. Box 622
Visiting  brethren   cordially   Invited to attend.
11,01 It MILL
It is greatly Lo bo honed that the
efforts ni' the Board ol Trade and
Farmers' Institute to secure a
.:< ur mill at tiiis point will meet with
success. Receiving the strong en-
dorsi in 'in of the Farmers' Institute,
Mr. Beattie goes to Victoria armed
wth an urgent petition Irom the farm-
era, to try and secure government
assistance for the project.
. OVERSJ
AS CLUB
Meets In Ma
pie Hall second
Tuesday of e\
cry month  at 8
p. m.
Membership
)pen   to   British
citizens.
Visiting   m.*
rubers   cordially
welcomed.
B. Y. Brake,
J. F. Lower,
President.
Secretary
el  I
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets tee tiie'
Parish Hall
lirst Tuesday
nfte'rnieiiii eef
a**,*"f-Bl^Vv overy   month
?>VK*,p3''        ai :; inn.
■™*   Pros., Mrs. W.
B   McFarlane.
Secy, Mrs, J W. Burton, P. 0. Box621.
All ladles co-dlally invited.
I Oeorgo's tonnage, speech Inun crisis caused by submarines
ist month of intensified sub
gn has sprung no sensation,
;,■ difficulties began long ago,
ie diversion of ships for mill-
irposes ll was merely accen-
ubmarlne revival which
por cent, bluff according to
ii pi timates. For tin* first two
of February, in spite of sub-
is, the daily average of ships
g at and leaving British ports
;.t. Submarines actually sunk
nu ship in  every   100.
PRIVATK HOSPITAL
Licensed by Prov. Qovernmi
nl.
MIIS. BUNT, SUPT.
special attention given to N
ir-
vims and Rhettmntism cases
by
Vlolel Itu) Trcaiiiirnl
Hulld   up   the   Bystem   :
nd
steady tlie nerves through El
oc-
trie Vibration, Internal Exert
80
Violet  Kay and Ozone, a p
■r-
iv, Uy natural process.
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mm
;UNIK
 1,
liewnro
of
Itnitiitions
Sold
• ui (ho
Merits
of
UINAKU'S
IXDIKM'
KAKMKHS UNIONS
Farmers all over the Dominion, In-
deeu n Beenis all over the world, are
moving steadily in uu ever growing
uue towards ca-oporatlon and union,
.iiaiuau i'i wrangling ami distrust
aiuongst liiemsetves, they seem now
cumulil to sink their own personal
.um iocai Uitterences for the sake of
.inii,. .mil power,
.*,., to just what are all thu subtle
iuhi'S ni work moving them steadily
onward, different opinions exist, of
<i,m.M', inn in.' (nol is as plain as tlie
nose on your face, thut tne farmer,
Alio ims men hitherto the most dl£-
iitinl of an ti» unite, lias now become
Uio biggest driving force in the Don,
iiiio.i. llest of an, this force Is being
usi ii inr clean purposes: cleanliness iu
puuues and business and social life
is   tlie   slogan.     Keep out of  politics
was tiie watchword at first, bin now
they are already above polities, ana
aro girding up for the cleaning pro-
I     li. <'. farmers were a little slow in
i gi iting in line, but they ure now, as
lar as the central organization is concerned, lined up, ami many locals have
also  organized.    At   the   Craubrook
i ii nners'  lusttute.  meeting Saturday
lasi, tlie same spirit of unity prevailed,
I uud indications all point towards a
strong iocul being formed here
ii early dale.
DR. De VAN'S FRENCH PILLS &">&
gulntlntf Pill for Women. $6n lm or Ihrcofor
fi> .-"i'i nt nil Drug .-lures, or maUud to nny
R'i  -- imtcceJpiof t>rioe.   Tur BcouKM. Dow
PHOSrHUNOLFOR MEN.  Sffl
Vitality; for Serve and Brain j Increases "ffroy
matter :n Toni" wPI i-'ifi-j you up, |3 n Irox.or
two fnr f >. nt aniR itnmi, i»r dy mull on receipt
nf !-••■* ■      I'll:. 3CUPCLI 1'iiiu Co,. St. I'titLurlnet,
|   NEWS   01    oi K   BOYS
AT   Till;    ITtO.NT
I    It will  bo appreciated If every
I person receiving news of or from
jour  Boys  will   kindly   notify   thi
."Herald."
j, tl
W. A, Rollins says "Fritz nearly got
me but am 0. K. now.   We will finish
Fritz this summer."    Ho has a good
word for Bnglautl,   "The finest people I
here I ever met "
Letters havc heon received ihis week
acknowledging tho Christmas boxes
to the boys hy the English Church,
from VV. A. Rollins, D. Leslie, w. C. I
Crebbln, I*'. E. J. Rosselll, R. T. Williams. Colin M. Dunlop.
Roort J. Laurie, of the Bth Battalion,
who was wounded last September, and
who has :lncp been in various hospitals in Kngland, has been acnl lo Ua t-
Ings. He says the place Is full of
wounded Canadians and the first ones
he met were Charlie McCowan nnd
Oliver Bristow. As mosl of tlu* in .,
ire quite convalescent tin* routine consists of physical drills -ud shorl route
marches to harden them a little before
returning to the trenches. The men
are very comfortably housed In thc
slimmer hotels and boarding house! on
the sen-front.
The many Inquiring frlonds of Sergt.
Percy Adlard will be pleased to learn
that his father, W. c. Adlard, has
heard from him after a period of six
weeks, when he was then in hospital
In Prance, sick.
Letter just received is dated I'Vb.i:..
Hut 30, K Company,
No. '» Convalescent Depot.
A. IV OS  11
France.
Dear Dad.-—1  suppose you  wonder
whal has got me as I have not written.
I   am   alright.   I   am   still   down   tho
line as you will see by tin* address.   I
have  been   out  of  Hospital   aboul   a
week and I came up her".   I have gol
a job here now which will last aboul
two months I think.    I suppose you
will bo glad to hear that, but renll>
down  at tbe bottom of my  henrl   I
don't like the idea, but then 1 think!
I havc done my little bit.   I have uot j
received nny  mail  from  you  since   I \
'left the battalion, but I suppose I will .
get it in about a month's time, it takes |
the mail such a long time to find yon
when you leave* the battalion.
AUDITORIUM
TIM III: It BALK
NO. una
K.Mla-.l tenders will
In' received by
elm Minister nf l.-.inils
not Inter than
mum un tile 2Und day
..I March, 1017.
tor the imrchasi  nt 1
In eiil  T.'.ie.ilnli teet" eil
12024, sltlintcel west i
Jioni'i' Nn. 880.
t Waleln. Koote-
nnv Die-trie t
One 111 year will b
i allowed for re-
iniival eef tlmbor.   I'n
ther particulars
nf tlm Chief Foroste,
Victoria, n. C
or District Forester
I Crnnbrook, ll
('.
ll
FERN IF  DISTRICT
District of Fast Kootenay
Notice is hereby given tlmt sixty
iT.lll days from date I intend to apply
to tho Minister of hands fnr a licence
to prospect Tor Coal and Petroleum
over the following descrlbebd lands
situate in UA 4693 South-East Kootenay. Commencing at a post planted
nt the south cast corner of U't 7987,
thence south so chains, east about \n
chains, north about 20 chains, east
about 50 chains, north about 60 chains.
and west about f»0 chains to point of
commencement, Relocation of Lot 73-
iiy.
Located this 3rd day of February.
1917.
N. II. Fisher. Locator.
Janus  Fisher, Agent
9-6t.
I.O.HI SITliKlNTKNDFNT SYSTEM
ABOLISHED
Radical changes in the system of
public works construction throughout
Hi.' province arc forshadowed In th'
public works department by recent orders coming from the minister, lion.
hr. King,
It is plainly intimated tliat thc
road superintendent system will bc
abolished on the ground that to have
a road superintendent in each constituency, tin* official being practically
the appointee of the member, savored
too much of political patronage. It
Is claimed by the administration tbat
many of the road superintendents
have not been practical men at the
time of appointment and they have
had tlieir experience at the expense
of the provincial treasury.
The plan which it Is said lhat Hon.
Dr. King will bring Into effect will
mean the appointment of a number
of iiualified engineers who with their
Malts will he under the civil service
act and who will each have charge
of a Boctlon of tin* province, They
will have rond foremen for each section. Instead of a road superintendent
for eacli constituency Un* scheme will
I mean a road engineer for three or
| four, or possibly more, ridings,
SCHOOLTEACHER
I Wards Off Nervous Break Down
Alburtls. Pa.—"I am a teacher in the
public schools, and 1 got Into a ver*. nor-
| vous, ruiidiiwn condition.   I could nut
sleep and had no appetite.    I  **•«■** tired
all tho time.  My slater asked me to try
Vlnol,    I did mi, und within a week my
appetite improved mnl  I COllId sleep ull
night and now I feel well and Btrong."
—lins a M. Keller, Atburtt-a, Pt.
We guarantee Vlnol, which contains
I f and  cud   liver  peptones,   iron  and
manganese   peptonates,   ami   glycero*
phosphites, for rundown conditions,
cranhrook  Ilrug £■  Rook Co.. Crnn-
■ brook, 11. C, also at tbe best druggists
in all British Columbia towns.	
F. E. Powell, distinguished Australian magician, aud his excellent
company, will appear al thc Auditorium. Friday. March 10th, Mr. Powell
was the first magician to make a tour
of the Orient, having played throughout China thirty yenrs ago where he
astounded the Chinese magicians with
his stupendous illusions. Mr. Powell
has been ou the road for the past
forty-one years and has appeared In
overy part of the civilized globe.
Powell's performance marks the dawn
of a ncw era of legerdemain, His
work is baffling, mystifying and thrilling.
PATRIOTIC FUIfD
The collections by the Cranbrook
branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund
for the montii of February amounted
to $1882.98, which amount has been
remitted to the Victoria office. Of the
above amount received, the contributions received from the outside points
are very satisfactory; thc Sullivan
Mine Relief Society contributing $200,
Oils Staples Mill and Camps $504.25,
Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co., Ltd.,
$21S, Fast Kootenay Lumber Co,, at
Loco $175, Yahk Lumber Co.. at Wasa
$231.80, Wattsburg Lumbor Co $74.70,
St. Eugene Mill at Moyie $44.50.
I'll   to   date   thc   contributions   are
about   $1,000   short  ttt   the   average
amount which we will require to collect If wo fulfil the request made by
the Central branch at Ottawa to contribute  $20,000   during   the   year   audi
the Committee would earnestly request i
all  contributors  to bo as  prompt as
possible  in   paying   In   the   various J
amounts.   The total amount paid out j
to dependents during the month of
February was $839.50.    The ndmlnls- !
tratlon expenses amounted to $2fl.C9
of whicli $20.00 is the collector's sol-
ary and $6.09 for stationery.
mew/ djuu 4A*iAtti3-
Get overseas at once by joining
The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve
IIVIIIMAS   DIVISION.
PAY $1.10 a day and upward*—Free   Kit    Separation allowance as in C. E. F.
No experience necess.-.ry- Candidates must be sons
o( natural born British subjects     Ages 18 lo 38.
EXPERIENCED MEN FROM IH TO 45 MA Y ENLIST FOR SERVICE IN
THE CANADIAN NA VAL fA TROLS TO GUARD CANADIAN COASTS.
Appl> In lhe Ncnrcsl Vmal Recruiting Slit lion,
or to tlie Nival Recruiting Secretary* Ottawa.
SOITII WARD SCHOOL
Division 1.
Perfect Attendance.—Roberl Askey,
Joe Belanger, Phil Belanger, Marie
Darr. John Drew. Dorothy Hailing,
-Margaret Horie, Hector Llnnell, James
Malone. Ilillle McKenzie, Sam Shaw,
l^slio Sneddon, Kathleen Tito. Amy
Williams, Ethel Wit lams, Lucy Pascuzzo. Roll of Honor.—Senior Third -
Annie Johnson, Junior Tlilril. Ethel
Williams, Connie Bassett, Senior
Second.--Hector Llnnell, Margarel
Horie. Junior Second.—Kathleen Tito,
AmyWilllams. Senior First.—Phil Belanger, Dorothy Hailing.
M.E.Lees, teacher
Division 2.
Perfect Attendance.—Jessie Caseolls,
James Drew, Clara [Tailing, Jack Horie. Mack Horie, Prank Malone, Snnto
Phsciizzo. Willie Taylor, Grace Tlto,
Jessie Tlto, Bert Laurie. Honor Roll.
First Header—Santo Pascuzzo, JcbsIi
Casaells, .lash Horie, Mack Horlo
Second Primer. Willie Taylor. Grace
Tlto, Clara Hailing. First Primer.
Bert Lntirlo, Prank Malone, Jessie Tlo.
J. M. Doano, teacher
;m&®mmm®mAm
(SI
WAR LOAN
is
19
DOMINION OF CANADA
Issue of $150,000,000 5% Bonds Maturing 1st March, 1937
Payable at par at Ottawa, Halifax, St John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto,
Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Victoria, and at the Agency of
the Bank of Montreal, New York City.
INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, Ist MARCH, let SEPTEMBER.
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD.
IB
m
m
53
ISSUE PRICE 96.
A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON let SEPTEMBER, 1917.
THE I'KOCI IDS OF THK LOAN WILL BF. USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY.
10
to
10
IB
to
m
to
m
.The MlNIBT' i OF Finance offers herewith, on behalf
of the Government, the above-named Bonds for Subscription at 96, payable us follows:—
10 per cent on application;
Illl "        Kith April, 1917;
30 "         1.1th Mav, 1917;
26 "         loth June, 1917.
The total allotment of bonds of this issue will bc limited
to one hundred nnil fifty million dollars, exclusive of
the amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds
as tho equivalent of cash under the terms of the War
Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915.
The instalments may be paid in full on the 16th day of
April, 1017, or on nny instalment due date thereafter, under
discount at the rate of four per cent per annum. All
payments aro to be made' to a chartered bank for the
credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay any
instalment when due will render previous payments liable
io forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation.
Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of ten per
cent of tho amount subscribed, must be forwarded through
the medium of a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada
of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions and issue
provisional receipts.
This lunn is authorized under Act of the Parliament
of Canada, and both principal and interest will be a
charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Forms of application may be obtained from any branch
in Canada of any chartered bank and at the office of any
Assistant  Receiver General in Canada.
Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars.
In ease of partial allotments thc surplus deposit will be
applied towards payment of the amount due on the
April instalment.
Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer
in accordance with the choice of the applicant for
registered or bearer bonds, will lee issued, after allotment,
in exchange for thc provisional receipts.
When the scrip certificates havc been paid in full and
payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the
money, thoy may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared,
with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered
as to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when
prepared, without coupons, in accordance with thc
application.
Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made
through the chartered banks.
The issue will be exempt from taxes—including any
income tax—imposed in pursuance uf legislation enacted
by the Parliament of Canada.
The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations
of $100, SS0O, $1,000. Fully registered bonds without
coupons will be issued in denominations of $1,000, $5,000
or any authoriied multiple of $5,000.
The bonds will be paid at maturity at par at the office
of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at
Ottawa, or at the office of thc Assistant Receiver General
at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto,
Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary or Victoria, or at thc Agency
of the Bank of Montreal, New York City.
The interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid
by cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest
on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons.
Both cheques and coupons, at the option of the holder,
will be payable free of exchange at any branch in Canada
of any chartered bank, or at the Agency of the Bank
of Montreal, New York City.
Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents for each
new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without
coupons will have the right to convert into bonds of thc
denomination of $1,000 with coupons, and holders of bonds
with coupons will have the right to convert into fully
registered bonds of authorised denominations without
coupons at any time on application to the Minister of
Finance.
The books of the loan will be kept at the Department
of Finance, Ottawa.
Application will be made in due course for the listing
of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges.
Recognized bond and stock brokers having offices and
carrying on business in Canada will bc allowed a commission of three-eighths of one per cent on allotments made
in respect of applications bearing their stamp, provided,
however, that no commission will be allowed in respect
of the amount of any allotment paid for by the surrender
of bonds issued under the War Loan prospectus of 22nd
November, 1915, or in respect of the amount of any
allotment paid for by surrender of five per cent debenture
stock maturing lat October, 1919. No commission will
be allowed in respect of applications on forms which
have not been printed by the King's Printer.
fgj SUBSCRIPTION LISTS WILL CLOSE ON OR BEFORE THE 23rd OF MARCH, 1917.
igj Department of Finance, Ottawa, March 12th, 1917.
5,000
The
SALE
that
Caps
the
CLIMAX
for
iu
Giving
Meet
me at
V,t     \J.    a3a I
IT'S JOT TO CO
THIS
Monster Money Saving Sale
ha aroi seri raitrfrl- .md si rroe ndirp district tc the tnat
Monety Saving possibilities tf be bad here. Yof can't afford
to miss it if you wa t tn - - VE MONEY.
Come with the Crowd and Beautify
Your Home at Small Cost
The remarkable success of this Sale not only proves tht popularity
of our goods but also proves the fact that every article in our BIG
STOCK has been CUT IN PRICE regardless of COST, VALUE
or PROFIT.   Secure these good values while they are securable.   Our
bargains are amazing.
Cranbrook Co-operative Stores
In hand.**, of the
White Sales Company THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1017
THE CRANHROOK HERALD
PAGETHRHa
Why We Need
Glasses
Surprising as it mny seem,
many people Who can see perfectly well need glasses. Glasses
are necessary to remedy certain
defects of vision. They enabl©
tlie person to see EASILY—with
out muscular Btraiu. Othera
need glasses to enable them to
s<*c, while many more requirr
glusscK to uld their vision.
If you huve any doubts ahout
your eyes, or if your vision
is In nny way defective, let
us examine your (*yes now,
ami explain just bow perfect ly-iltti'd .Klussi's will
bonoflt you.
W. H. Wilson
Ol'TIOUX
8     PHONE     8
Wo handle only
THE BEST
In
Smoked and
Cooked Meats
Buy your supplies at the
Cranbrook Meat
Market
COOKED HAM AND JELLIED
TONUUE FOB SANDWICHES
Our  Own  Fresli  Killed  Meats
are now famous.
Good Beef
For Good
Appetites
Tills Week We Will Huve Some
Prime Fed Beef
ud
St. Marys Pork
All, FRESH MEAT OX HAND
City Meat Market
W. II. BLACK. Mgr.
2    DOORS    WEST    OF    OLD
PROSPECTOR OFFICE
PHONE M7
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR   CANADIAN   HOMtS
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL  PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
(an you think of any reason why
there  should not be one in your
TOWN TOPICS
February School Report TRY THEM
llleiMi.n    I
III
iiiii;
Angle*
Kilby frames pictures.
When Bain cleans it. It's clean.
Phono 157 or 58.
Dry wood; 4 ricks 19.00; 2 ricks
$4.75.   Cranbrook Trading Co.
We arc carrying ee. full line of boots
and shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
Vrmstrong Avo.
Don't forget tho Poultry Meeting
to-morrow, Friday, night in tho Coien-
cll Chamber nt 8.
DaviB, Heh r. We.ni. n. Mary Mann, Ada
Brown, trma Ward, Edit! L'ummlngB.
Ported   attend;       Howard   Arm
strong, Ir..nt* Beech, ivy
Blayney, Ada   B
Bdlah ■ i
gle Dav. Grai e D
mond, Annabel Hallet
Harold Leask, Itu i
Mann. 11 igli Simji-' n, V
Clifforel St. Eloi, Cro
Irma Wanl. Helen W
Shields, principal
Division 2—Honor Hi
88.37%, Norman Boec
Lancaster M 12,  In.una
Bldde
lit]!),
Annie
Iriggs,
Milo Drt-ni-
Ieia Johnson.
Leask, Mar>
olet Simpson,
isley Taylor,
irden.—R.   s.
II: Otto om
87.62, Lily
Argue  80.25.
safety Deposit Boxes to rtnt at
Heale li Qlwoll's. Tlle only safe plact
for vaiuabl
Let us fix lip your storage
Lily Taylor 79.0
78.87,    Ported
Arguo, Norman
anger.   Allen    B
nn,nil. Ine Wai
battery   Eric   Mncklnm
2, Mare,ini Morrison
attendance:    Donna
B  Malcolm Bel-
Brown,  Marlon   lirum-
lliiy. Barry Macdonald,
in. Margaret  Morrison,
now and have it rendy for tin fine  Edith Murgatroyd,   Annie   McBlrnle,
woullier.' Kootenny tlnragc. ry Basel    ...   Roy
Apples, Croston, Wagners. .Iiiiiotlians
Spys, $1.85 a box.  Cranbrook Trading
i'o.
Mr. Wallinger lias received word
from the fjovornmont this week that
the liiuiiitj* nn coyotes is reduced tn $2.
weelves tie $10, but eongnrs remain the
same; taking effeet from April 1st.
Tlie Maple Leaf ltebekuh Lodge No.
t», will hold u St. Patricks Dance on
Thursday, March 15th, In thc Maple
Hall; couples 75 cents.
We are currying a full line of boots
ind shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
\rmstrong Ave.
The regular meeting of the city
Council, which should have taken
place* Monday evening, was postponed
until Friday, a quorum not being present.
Don't forget we split 50-50 with the
Red Cross and the Patriotic on all
subscriptions to the Herald during the
next two months.
When Bain cleans it, it's clean.
Phone 157 or 58.
| Uu
vis
tell
Hull:
rell \Y
I.   IH
ill    He, ki
A 111
illl
Sur-
Taylor,
s, Keith Wasson    Percentago 80.72, prisoners nf war fund
13.49.     A. w Hand, teacher.
Division :i Honor Hull: May Brake
711*;. Edith Lewis 78, Arthur Gill 73.
Reive Parker 72. Roblna Somervllle
72. Lenore Hill 7<t. Leonard Hurton
IK. Isabel Parker 08. Perfect attend-
anee: May Broke, John Brake. Freilely
Briggs. Clirlstiiin Carson, Charlie
Clapp. Mabel Finley, Arthur Gill, Jack
Kirkland, Vivian Kummer, Irene Llnnell, Martha Messenger, Charlie Musser, Paul McNeil, Helve Parker, Robina Somervllle, .Task Wanl. Norman
The next time you suffer with
headache, indigestion, bilious-
nest or loss of appetite, try—
BCGCHAiliS
PILLS
tvi-Mt StU ol Anv Mtdtcin* in the World.
UU IttfltttWl,   la box.., 25c.
PCItXIE lUSTWfT
OKtricl of KhsI Kimloiiii)
Notice is hereby given Mini, sixty
days from date, 1 Intend t'» apply tn
tin* .Minisier of Lauds fm- ;i license to
propped for ronl and petroleum ovor
tin* following described lands, situate
in hut 4583, (South-East Kootenay.
I'uinincuuiQg ut u post planted at tlie
south-eaBt corner of Lot 7401: thence
ubout 70 chains smith, cast about 70
chains, north about 70 cliuins, ami
west ubout 7o cliuins to point of commencement, Relocation of Lot 7403.
Located this 2nd duy o! February,
1917.
N. 11. Fisher. Locator.
James Fisher, Agent, j
 a_-5t.;
FEKNIi: DISTRICT
Mstricf uf last Koo to nay
Wasson, Mty
"7, percentag
teacher.
Division   I
Hallett, Stella
Eunice Parret
McKinnon.   Pi
Black,   Ver
no.i
ster.    Knrolmcnt
. -  1*1 M. Bechtel,
Honor Roll:     Bessie
ojhnson, Vera Baxter,
Helen Le t'lerc, Clyde
erfect attendance:   Elsie
Ituxter.    Itobert.   Eakin,
The .Non Bartizan League announces
Bessie Hallett, Pertrudo Hopkins, S.
Johnson, Jumes Logan, Clyde McKinnon, Donald -Morrison, Gertrude Parnaby, Thomas Reekie. Ray Scott, Sam
Sours, Raymond si. Eloi, Gordon
Woodman. Percentage of attendance
92.71; amount collected for Prisoners'
Bread fund $2.25.- S. 1). While, teacher
Ihlslon 5—Honor Roll: Margaret
Carr, Delia Baxter, Eva Cadwnllader,
Helen   Mueller.   Ethel   Clapp,    Olive
that they will meet on the 29th of this , sj„U)S(m.    Perfect attendance:   Delia
month in the Maple Hall, at 8 p.m„   Baxter, Margaret Carr, Nora Finley,
and not on the 26th as announced last  Stanley Fyles, Phyllis Hersey,   Ray
week. Hill. Wbng Hum, Marlon Henderson,
------ | Leonard Jecks, Louise Helsey, Laur-
:ssunger,  Rosa
A general meeting of the Women's
Liberal Association of Cranbrook, wlll
be held on Wednesday, March 21st, at
eight o'clock in the evening.   All ladies i
are invited.
	
Mr. John Mitchell reports this week1
to   have  hatched   seven   chicks   from
etta Leclerc, Ah
Pascuzzo, Olive S
ville, Helen Sum.
Edward Spence,
Taylor, .lame*- A,
ler, Jack Cassii
Evelyn Qrcenwoc
Prisoners of Wn
mpson, Mary Somer-
rville, Ernest South,
■loi Stoj'ack, Hope
Tnylor, Helen Muel-
y. Norval Caslake.
I. Percentage 9:'..11:
* Fund $2.60.—M,  L.
eleven eggs, which is pretty good for   Cartwright. teacher.
early March, and indicates Mr. Mitchell's stock must bo in good shape.
Can anyone heat it.
The Kuskanook Chapter of the I. O.
I>. E, desire to express their very
grateful thanks to Mr. C. Knocke and
his committee for the cheque of $82.55
as thc result of a dance given nt Wycliffe.
On Friday night 16th, the Tennis
Cluh are holding their Annual Dance
at the Parish Hall, from '.UO to 1.30.
Division n Honor Roll: Angus
McDonald. Jean Wilson. Dorothy McKowan. Grey Moseley, Cyril Lees.
Willie Stewart. Perfect attendance:
Dorothy Dufour. Marjory Dufour, Patrick Kennedy. Ralph Ladds, Elvin
Leask, Cyril Lees, Angus McDonald.
Dorothy McKowan. Grey Moseley.
Frank Roy, Willie Stewart, Douglas
Thompson, Daisy Whittaker, Jean Wilson. Wllhelmine Woodman. Percentage attendance 92.15. Prisoners of War
Fund $4.46.
Dhision ;   Honor Roll:   Hass A—
This dance is a public dance nnd no Henry Godderis, \rt!inr Shankland.
invitation or tickets issued: pay at the Fanny Hop Chang, Margaret McDon-
deior "hi, Vaughn Roy:   Class B -Theodora
i Huclicroft. Kathlec
! lis.     Evelyn    Bowl
Perfect attendanci
Ray  Bench.  Cliffo
A BOlb suck of flour, milled by the
Midget Marvel  process, lias been  received by Hie Bonrd of Trade, by the
Secretary. K, ll. McPhee. and will be  leen    Dallas.   Mai
distributed in small quantities while II   Fanny Hop Chang
lasts, lo fnrmers and others interested   croft.  Hazel  Jackson
Dallas. Elsie Wil-
. Jack Barrett.
Ethel Atchison,
Blayney. Kath-
nerito Godderis,
Theodora Hnch-
Loran  Jordan.
who wish lo try it
I The Udies Aid of the M-tthodlst
Church will hold a bean supper and
musicals, on the evening of March 28th
fn tho building known as the old gym.
at the rear of the Church; sapper serv
ed from ti to S. Adults 50 cents, children 12 and under, 25 cunts.
The Ladles Aid of the Knox Presby-
teriati Church wlll hold a Shamrock
Ten nt the home of Mrs. Simon Taylor
I on  March 17th from It to 6.    Severn]
j musical numbers win be given during
; the afternoon, No admittance fee will
I he charged, but a collection will be
taken.
Stanley Kemball,
Vaugh Ri y, Arthui
leen Strachan, Elsi
lack. Roll'rt Pelt
Aggregate attondati
95.27: Prisoners o
Division S Honi
Lillian St. Eloi. Jar
Thomas Marshall.
Class   c   Margare
Bliss.     Perfect     al
Bradliam, Helen B
Andrew Carr, Grab
David Frame. Jac
Ladds.     Willie    M
Harry    Kemball,
3hankland, Kath-
Willis. Fred Sto-
i.   Jack   Barrett.
ice 686, percentage
f War Fund $2.35.
ir Roll: Class A—
k Sevan; Class B—
Sherman Harris;
Stewart, Orville
tendance : Albert
■own. Orville Bliss,
im Dale. Ivy Deznll
. Genest,    Harold
Donald.    Thomas
Mode'
Heale a
i   eottngi
Elwell,
to   let.    Apply   to
Agt, VV. V. Quran, Cranbrook Exciting*
RAW  FURS
Wanted
Trappers. Farmers,
Ranchers!
It docs not cost you anything to
OET OUR CASH OFFER
on your furs.   Express them to us
WE'LL PAY ALL CHARGES
over a $5.00 valuation.   We make
you our offer
AND IIOLU YOUR FURS
for your reply, returning them
AT OCR EXPENSE
If not purchasod.   Try ns
In BuHlnosft Since  Ihsh
Bond for Price 1,1st.
Special prico paid for Dark Marti,
Mackay & Dippie
118 8th Atmm, Calffarj, Alto.
The nieinlwrs of the St. John Ambulance Association will take charge
of the Hex Theatre on the afternoon
and evening of Monday, March 19th,
when tho famous picture tlio "Social
Bucanoor" will bo shown. During the
Intermission in tlio evening a short
program will ho put on. Matinee, 10
nnd r> cents; evening performance, 25
and 15 cents.
In connection with tlie Women's
Guild or Christ Church, a card pnrty
and dance will ho held In the Parish anco S7.S
Hall, Wjednesdny evening. April llth;
cards begin at 8.80, dancing 10 to 1.
Refreshments wil he served. Orchestra. Tnhlrs reserved all evening for
those wishing to play cards. Prizes
will ho given.   Gonoral admission 50r.
Marshall, Irene Muller, Dale Mosley,
Margnret Stewart, Willie Spence. Hll-
lnrd Simpson, Ethel Speers. Lillian
St. Floi. F.vnnda Voting, Kvelyn Ward.
Ernest Greenwood Percentage of
attendance 91.45; Prisoner's Brend
Fund $1.80.
Division i) Honor Hull: Class A—
George Kemball, DIrnie Strachan;
Class B Marian fair. Jean Beattie;
Class C—Uta Maignwe. Mali King;
Class D- Jacks Henderson, Phillip
Woodman. Perfeet attendance: Helen
Briggs. Allan Downey, Marian Carr,
May Cox. George Kemball, Frank
Martin. Mali King. Mah Sam, Suina
Malmawe. I'ta Maigawe, Bertie McDonald. Etta McGlll, Grace McClure,
Frank Stojack. Marian Williams. Pupils enrolled 44; percentage of attend-
The following letter, which explains
Itself was received hy Mr. Roberts:
Klmborloy,  B.C.,  March  12,  1B17.—
I Dear Sir,   Enclosed find express mo-
j ncy order for $200 for Patriotic Fund,
! proceeds from raffling a gun glvon to
! uh  for that  purpose  hy  Mr.  Cram.
Yours truly, Mrs. Fred Ego,   Raffled
by MrH. II. s. Gamble, MrH. I). I. Kvbiih
Mra. H. K. MucKtmtlc, Mra. Fred Kg*.
OHIO WOMAN'S WISH
Por Tired, Weak, Nervous Women
Beltefontaiiie, Ohio.—"I wish every
tired, weak, nervous woman could have
Vinol, for 1 never Bpent any money in
my life tlmt did mo bo much good aa
that I spent fur Vllinl, I waa weak,
tired, worn mil nnd nervous, and Vinol
made me Hlroug, well and vigorous after
everything else Imd fulled lo help me,
and I ean now do my housework with
pleasure."—Mrs. .1. F. Lamiiok.n.
We guarantee Vinol for nil weak,
run-down, nor vou b, debilitated condition*.
Craubrook Drug H Hook Co., Cranbrook, 11. 0.i aluo at the host druggUti
In all llrilhih Columbia town*.
Notice is herehy given that sixty
(tJO) days from date I intend to apply
: to the Minister of Lands for a licence
j to prospect fur Coal and Petroleum
I over the following deecribed lands
! situate in lx)t 45!C! South-Fast Koote-
1 nay, British Columbia. Commencing
I at a post planted at the south oast
corner of Lot 7:.!t7 thence north St)
chains, oast 80 chains, south ahout 211
chains, west ahout 10 chains, south
ahout 40 chains, weat about 20 chains,
south about 20 chains aud west ahout
f)0 chains to point of commencement.
Relocation of Lot T.MS.
I-ocated this 3rd day of Fobruarv.
1917.
N. H. Flolier, Locator.
James Fioher, Agent.
9-5t.
I
IN THE MATTER of the "Land
Roglstry Act" and in tho matter
of Lot 1, Block 7!) of Lot 132,
Group 1, Kootenny District, Province of British Columbia, Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE that an Application
(No. 4459-1) has beeu made to register Bertram Arthur Graham Shelley
on the Register of Indefeasible Fees
as ownor in fee simple of the above
lot under a Conveyance tc him from
Baynes Lake Land Company Limited
et al, dated 12th August 1010, and that
unless within HO days from the date ,
of tho fiiHt publication hereof you file
in this office a caveat or Certificate of ,
Lis Pendens I shall register the said
Bertram Arthur Graham Shelley as
owner in fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
Nelson, this 15th day of February, 1917
Samuel   R.  Roe,  District Registrar.
To  all   to   whom   It  may  concern.
Date of first publication March 1st.
1917. 9-4t.
| DOMII
TO INVESTORS
THOSE WHO, FROM  TIME  TO TIME. HAVE
FUNDS   REQUIRING    INVESTMENT
MAY   PURCHASE   AT   PAR
DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK
IN SUMS OF $500. OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF
■ipalr.
I [ol
at [lar a
liii*lil ni
Canada
dato sec
Pro
A c
torecog
reapect
For
I'i nan*1''
iked I
.f appli
appli
Ottawa
ible lialf-y. ..'.    1*1   vpril and I-* October by
■" bangi* al ■ ■ red Bonk in Canada   al
r cenl per am im fron the date of purcha*
lis (duck will have the prr -■ nf surrendering
1 inlcn st, as the et\tn\ .'.■ of * ash, in pav*
""•nl made undi r ai y f .1 ire war loon issue in
i' an issue of iV ..- ■■. B ' - or Dtl • r tiki short
- stock are foi ■■..* : r|   <es only.
■: nf one-quart*; - o( oi ■ :   ■                :     dlowed
id and stock bro oi              11 ■ :■ uie in
iti ins for thiaato il       their --...-• p.
forms     ply to the Deputy Minister ol
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. OTTAWA
OCTOBER 7th. 1916.
AVDITORJVM
—ONE MG1IT OSLY—
Saturday, March 17
Yi, II. Sherman presents
"The Man in
The Moon"
with
HYATT and LENORE
i, .Jr.au/.-  ; .' ■'■.-., ■"' *sf..tAsM
A lievy of those Bewitching Dancing Demons Elaborately
Costumed and Gowned.
Positively the Greatest  Scenic  Show   Ever   Brought   to
Cranbrook.
See   Bonney Whltlock and  Edna I.enorc,    the    Vernon
Castle Dancers.
DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE
22—IIIl' Humming Sung lilts—22
Seat Sale ni Beattie Murphy Drug S;otv
Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00
Hurrafi]
Here's
relief from
thirst; here's
fresh vigour
for the boys
at the Front and
workers at home!
WRIGLEYS
Soothes,    refreshes,
and sustains through
weary  hours of suspense and struggle.
It helps appetite and digestion too. Delicious and
antiseptic — wholesome and
beneficial.
After every meal and in the long
watch, it cheers thousands every
day. A boon to smokers. Send
some packets or a box to your
soldier lad.
IT'S ON SALE EVERYWHERE
The    Flavour Lasts!
MADE
IN
CANADA
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Offlce, Smelting and Itcflnlng Department
THAU.,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
S M E L T K II S  A X I)   It E FI N E It S
IWHASKIW Of GOLD, SILVKIt, COITEB, Mill AMI 7.IXC ORRg
THAU, BRAND PIC LEAD, BLUESTONE, SPELTER AND COPPER
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THE CRANHROOK  IIIORALD
TT11'RSDAY, MARCH 15, I!)I7
1
H'ltll A  Sl'l{i:i 1 1.
Uiu'tisU'rs, Eli*.
IV.
1'. I'lird         It. .1. Spreull
CKAMMOOK,  II. ('.
WANT  ADS.
r wind for rirst week, und lc per
word for eiieli week after.
ur flu apor tliis we«*k; $8,35 cwt.,
50 lbs.   Crunbrook Trading Co.
DISTRICT NEWS     A
lost   T...i keys, finder ideas** ro
nni to lU-ruld Offlce. ill-it
Iirs. Greon £ Jl
it'kiniiiin
PJiyslclttns nnel
Surgeons
Ofllce  nt  residence
Avenue
Armstrong
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   5.01) to 10.00
Afternoons - 00   o   * 00
Evenings  7.30 to   8.30
Sundays   2.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK, B. ('.
. ,F01t SALE—Dominion organ, cost
$120 00 will sell cheap for cash, Apply
Box 31 li Herald Office. x-tt*
fl V>'TED- .Man ami Wife to work
on farm,   Apply to Canadian Hotel.
WASTED—by young lady, exper-*
■need, petition as stenographer. *Ap-
ly Herald Office. 10-lt.
lilt. I'. B. MILES
DENTIST
Offlce in Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
'.I to 12 a.m.
1 to   5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
house
at Clai
m Nnrlilinrj  Ave.
)'s . tore.
MH M*   LAMM.   MENS   for   sale
I'ln
Hit), Cranbrook. H. ('.
11.
ti v. ii n inii:|ieleiil servant girl,
■■* id ivagi - Phono 181 or write P. O.
Box  I 10
(HAN
,'ltilOl. COTTAGE
.M'SIMTAI,
Mntornn) i.i.l Oeneral Nursing
Tl!
MRS.
I'liono 3
Ganlien Ave.
ms on Application
A. SALMON', Matron
,'J               P. O. Box 846
KOll sill iliinililnn Incubator,
o , -.it's; ensl $30; in use onco; will
Phono 480.
■II
il'.'
LAIDLAW  &  DEWOLF
dell uiul SUnlng Engineers
B. C. l-itnil Surveyors
CRANBROOK, I). C.
P, JI. JIACPIIERSON
Qmlcrtnltur
liny I'leieni* '.'33,  Nlgllt I'lmni* SS
Norbury Ave, nexl In City Hnll
(INI* 11(11,I.Alt KKIVAIIl) -Lost,
Briar |ii|ie on linker Street. Tuesday
afternoon. Finder apply Herald Office
KOll SALK—Small modern sinvinlll
nnd logging outfit. Apply, P. Lund,
Box 189, Lethbridge, Alta. 8-Bt.
KOll sai.i;  Overland, fhe imsseii-
ger uutoniobilc, good running order,
now tires, *:.'.".ii cash.- Kootcuay Garage, lltf
Out-of-town girl ivlsliing tee nil I
sxliemi will be given board and room
in oxchungo for help around lionse.
Mrs. Hersey, Burwell Ave., Cranbbrook
li. c. 10-U.
Kloyel "
brook I'l'i la:
Sunday
Mi      E
Cranbroi k,
Moyle ;    Jl
ni returned l'mui Crnn-
nnil left tor Peace River
Hill
lout   i
Idri
Mrs. ,1.  W.  Pilch's guests.
BeU •;! fifteen and twenty families
who v.,i:;n the past tliree montlis
arrived hore to make their hotuei. are
like the property owners, anxiously
awaiting the decision of tiie Consoli-
il ! Company; If Uny decide to rebuild tiir Concentrator, Moyie will be
the busy placo It was before the fire.
Already nearly forty . ten have gone to
other places.
Mr. Stevens shipped three car-loads
of ice in Xolson tills ivei k from Moylo
l.a li-.
Julie Taylor foreman ul the minor
workings and L, A, Homo foreman of
tlie lower workings of tlio St Eugene
Mine have between thirty nnd forty
nn n employed.
ARE YOU
HEADY
with seme Zam-Buk eu hand in
ease of accidents? We ail know
what serious results often follow
minor injuries.
When  Zam-Buk is applied to a
wound it Immediately destroys all   j
harmful .genes   and   extracts   all -
poisonous   matter,   and   thus   removes all danger from festering or
blood-poisoning.   Zam-Buk's soothing herbal  extracts end  tho pain    I
uml banish the soreness.   Then tbs    |
healing  essences in   tliis   famous
balm grow new. healthy skin.
A box ot Zam-Buk kept handy,
bulb In tho home and nt work, will
save much Buffering nnil loss of
tlmo nnd money, 50c- box, 3 for
J1.25. All druggists anil stores, or
f.ani-lhik Co., Toronto. Send lc.
stamp fur postage on freo trial box.
HAltYSVII.il
Is. VAN STAVEKEN
Teacher tit l'lnnofortc
Crnnbrook, ll. C.           Box
USD
Kootenny Dance Orclicstrn
Piano - Mrs. It. W. Edmondson
Violin - - VV. Thompson
Drums - - A. .1. Parker
Phono 320 P. O. Box 280
WANTED IIIIIH, woll cleaned seed
siu-ing rye. also some pullets or young
Inns. Lei nlr know what you have,
with prices,   llox 48, Cranbrook, B. C.
tr.
I'llti;   IIIIKD COCKS AMI  COCK.
orols for sale Barred Bock, S. C. ll.
T. iledB, s, C. \V. Leghorns. Hutching
eggs Irom good laying stock. Atclil-
snn's Poultry Farm, Cranbrook, ll. C.
11-2  P.
(Lefl nver frum lnsl woi kl
The masquerade danco given undi r
the auspices of the Ked Cross Workers
on Saturday last was mosl successful
from every standpoint. Outside points
represented wero cranbrook. [{(mber-
ley, Sullivan Mine. Meadow Brook
Cayloy, Wyclltfo.
Mr. Wells. Master Mochanlo al the
Park .Mine, was a visitor lu Cranbrook
on Thursday.
Hans C. Lund leaves this week tor
Kitchener where lie has accepted a
position as .Manager of the Kitchener
Hotel.
Goldiu Hodgson,  who has fnr the
past week be  visiting with his old
college chum, .lames Angus at Elko,
retur I homo on Saturday.
Constables Shlpman and Koor of the
Provincial Police had a hurry up call
to Port Steele on Krlday to urrest an
Indian wiio luul taken more fire wuter
than was good for his health and hnd
entered the Imperial Hotel loaded for
bear and threatened the inmates at
the point of tlio gun. The constables
got tlieir man and also arrested on
sespiejon tlie mini guilty of supplying
tlu' Indian witli the liquor, Constable
Walsh of Fnrt Steele being away on
official duty.
AGENCY
PICTORIAL REVIEW
PATTERNS
If vou want satisfaction
with vonr washing
send It to
MONTANA I.AI'NIIIIV
Snecial nrtc.es for faniilv
work
KX Ull NATIONS feer II. C, Licensed
Scalers will he held by tlle Forest
liramii at Waldo on March twenty-
third anil Cranbrook on Mareli twenty
sixlh. Further information may bo
obtained from tho District Forester.
Cranbrook, B.C. 9-St.
(HAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding   and   Distributing
Agent for
I.etlibrldgi) uud Orcenlilll Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Distrhution Cars a Specialty.
Iirii.i iii{* iiiiiI Transferring
Given prompt attention
Phone 113
WAI,1)0
Tlle
i'lll
H.
second in
tiie Kast Koolei
and Haynes    I.
tho Baker Hull on  Mi
meeting was well attend
ii nun need tliat *
f Hie year ol
iter of Walth
. was hold il
•ch 1st. Till
il. The I reus-
1.05  hail  heel
FRANK PROVENZANO
General Jterclinnl
Employment Agent
P. O. Box 108 Phone 244
CIlANllllOOK, B. C.
The Shoe Speclalisl
.101; MARAPODI
Satisl'iirtiein lliiaranteed
Headquarters for all kinds of
Repairs
KOll RENT   Tlie Hun Hew,* place
near Marysville; 15 acres ready for
crop; very hest potatoe or Iiuy land.
Yuu can raise all tons potatoes and
some hay this year. You want u good
team and n liitlee money. Write, r.
Lund. Box ISO. Lethbridge, Altn.   8-Bt.
KOll KENT—Tlio  Clayton  ltumli,
I miles west of Mnrynville, 20 tierce
under cultivation;; house and barn;
BO tuns of potutoes and some liny can
be raised the first year. Renter must
have a guild team and a little capital,
Write P. Lund, Box IS!), Lethbridge.
Altn.
KOll KENT on shines or cash Tbe
Belanger Ranch at Marysville, B. C,
125 acres under cultivation—fenced
Good buildings. Parties renting must
have experience und some capital; or
will sell to right party on easy terms.
Write. P. Lund, Bus ISO. Lethbrldgo,
Alia.
KOIt BENT OH SALE—Good Duiry
Farm, 2ft miles .south of Cranbrook,
aboul 200 acres fe ice il and abou
mi acrei clcarod, lets of wnter inn!
buildings on the property, for fiir*he;'
Information, terms, etc, app'y Is
Hickenbotham, 125 Regina St., New
Westminster, I I.i'. tll-.it
made by tlie weekly 10c tens held ill
Baynes. {20.00 in membership fees;
S50.H5 the proceeds of an excellent concert given in Adolph Hall. Baynes, on
February 27th. Al the meeting :: new
members wero proposed:- Mrs. Ireland, Mrs. Blnckledgo and .Mrs. Watts.
$20.00 was voted to lv sent In Hie
Prisoners of War Bread Fund anil SI.",
to the Hospital at Balfour for Consumptives. Red Cross work banded in
totalled 23 pair socks. 5 scarves, 1 cap,
1 shirt. 2 pair pyjamas.
Mrs. Griffith of Baynes is giving a
whist drive ut  her home on Friday
evening at 7.20. tickets 25 cents. Proceeds for lhc General Fund.
A meeting was held on March 6th,
Tuesday, al the home of Mrs. C. I>. McNab, lo discuss means of raising
money either ley weekly entertainments ur ti'us. It was finally decided
Hint Hie Waldo ladies give Fortnightly
whist drives In Baker and Ross' Halls
alternately, tickets 25 cents; frum 8
to 11 p.m. Slipper served on eacli occasion. The first drive will be bold
In Boss' Hall un Thursday, March 16th
tliree prizes will he- given each time
and a prize fur the series. We hope
that there will he many competitors
und  that   these  entertitl ents   wilt
prove a great success.
irnltb is progressing very
ntcelj nfter her recenl painful operation lur appendicitis. The must kind
' ii Bincero wishes of the community
tolli ii lm- iii the Cranbrook Hospital.
!'. C. Iioylas of Fish Lakes wes ill
low i mil.
Ihnil Hanks returned on Tuesday
rrom Perry creek. He will remain In
town until tlle snow melts enough to
facilitate tlle  milling.
Mrs. II. Mather and ber brother, (1.
Dnlgardno, left early In tlle week for
Moyle.
II. Camp was In town on Tuesday
nnd li fl later for Cranbrook.
Airs. Poarson wiio lived formerly in
Cut Steele, is nt present in the Crnn-1
hrook Hospital recuporatlng from an'
operation in appendicitis.
Mrs. .1. Wise left on Sunday for her;
Inline in Detroit, Michigan, on account
uf her father's death. The younger:
children accompnnied Mrs. Wise.
T. McVittie returned on Friday from    	
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V,'.  Tannhauser  was in  lown this,	
week. I ■ -~^- =
Visitors to Cranbroojt this week fit for duty. Letters ond parcels were
ivere: Miss I,. Walsh, ll. L. T. Gal- Rn forwarded from France marked
liir.ilh. Visitors last week end were: .„ot i,nowrr, 'missing', 'wounded',
Miss M. Blair. Al. Doyle, T. McVittie. am| .kl|lo<j |n action.' Miss McClusky
Mrs. |*. Cann, .Mrs. C. It. Alwrs, .Miss [0I.meriy 0f Cranbrook called to see
II ('ami, Miss M. Bate, Mrs. E. Attree,1 m0 i am goi„R t0 i,t.r |lom,, for tea
Miss (I. Attree. ; Ilcxt Sunday.   Saw Jack Garbutt too.
Win, Carlin returned le.it week from   I am glad to hear that the dogs have
Salmon   Arm   witli  two  carloads of  not been poisoned."
cattle. !     LaBt   we0K   cmistable  Walsil   was
(Lefl   uver  from  Inst week) called to Bridge's saw mill to remove
Pte. Hen Tolfree of Fort Steele and some drunken men who were cuusing
well known in Cranbrook. iu writing a disturbance there. On Wth they aphonic recently from tlie Convalescent peared beforee Arthur B. Fenwick, J.
Hospital, mentlnned having seen Billy P. Ornntly Dalgardno, an Interdict
Ross, in a letter a few days later he was fined 120 nnd costs. Pat Harrigan
said "Am feeling pretty well now. I was fined ?2.30 nnd costs and Charles
am out of second class and pronounced  Xording $2.50 and costs.
DONT MISS IT!
The Sale oi Men's Suits will
End Saturday Night:
There are still some excellent bargains left but
we expect every suit will be gone Saturday night.
Do not delay, come early and get a good selection,
$16.35.
Ladies COATS, SKIRTS and BLOUSES are
here in great variety, just awaiting your selection,
you will find the quality and prices to your liking.
Viiiii* Hone)' Hack
if Goods nrr not us
Represented
tin:
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IIAKKItV
ii
Fresh
lit. frame, 1
lil'l'llil. (ill
rep.
es, Pies
uml !'
tslr
'
Norbury
Phoa
Ave.
e 37
Out,
City Hull
Victor
tried Iiei
llllll' STKKI.K
THE
COEl'R D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
TIIK  HOTEL  WITH   A
PERSONALITY
Tiiis house has lh,.
happy distinction of being tiie favorite stopping place ln .Spokane
tor the peoplo of British
Columbia We appreciate
tills patronage and tin
everything in our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location Is excellent -
elnse to flrent Northern Station
nnil n w. it. * N, -.Milwaukee
terminal, and within a minute's,
walk from Hie principal business
house's nnd places of amusement.
See   Stclllllslllli   illl    Iiml'
,1. II. Qlinrtloy eif Wasa was in town
last   week  cenl.
At the ited cross meeting on Thurs-
lay.  Mrs.   B.  nttreo  111   charge.    Ar-
'uugementa are almost made to ship
i gcnorously proportioned bundle to
'algary Bed Cross Depot
Corp. B. II. Wallace, formerly l'res-
liylerian Church  Divinity student in
Kurt Steele, has written to say lie '*■
; „till al lhe firing line but in u illf'cr-
ciii place,
!     Owing lo the nbsence of Mr.  Oal-
I bruit)!, lhe lay reader, there was no
service at the Knclisli Church on thej'
I 1Mb
Miss Banister, sister to Mrs. O. T.
Pownall, Fish Lake* left for Spokane
last  week.
I    The marriage took pin in Sunday
at Catholic Church of Lilian Lee, Fori
Steele, and .1. 10. Williamson, Hull
Hiver, Father Lambot officiated.
1 Thoo Kaufliund of Lelhlirldge. fur
; buyer Tor llii Cariithers firm of Winni-
! peg, was in town buying raw furs last
! week.
Rev. Mclnnls of Wardner holt] morning service ut Presbyterian Church
Sunday.
WYCI.IITi:
Hakineii. a Philander, was
■ I'ur nssult and battery, lie.
fore !•'. I'. Davis, ,1. P., on Tuesday
evening al 7 p.in, Tiie plaintiff wens
Build Willet Hie well known retainer of
till' Wycliffe Hotel. Tlie witnesses
were lor lhe plaintiff, Charlie Water-
man, and for the accused, two Finland-
ers. Mall. Johnson and Wayne Lapa.
.1. P. Davis acquitted Hacklncn and
ordered Willett to pay the cost, five
dollars. Tlm trouble originated, il
se'enis, iiulsiile the Wtycliffe Hotel,
last .Saturday afternoon, over two ul
the accused's friends, whom the plaintiff bad hauled Into Cranhrook that
morning und had come back witiiout,
Those two men came out later in a
hired rig, and having assembled the remaining cohorts of tlieir band, among
whom was Hie licensed, met Hie plaintiff ns he was coming nut or Hie liotel.
Some 'worels were exchanged betweon
the plaintiff ami the Finns when according in Hie almost tearful nllcga*
then eef lhe plaintiff tlle accusod witiiout provocation eu- ceremony, pus nil
uver a "hay-maker" in the plaintiff
which catapulted Hie latter sume eight
feet   through   Hie   air   nnil   depos
liim in no gentle manner upon a stock
of I r hollies adjacent In the spnl
The Itev. .1. II, while, ii. ii. em! Superintendent of Missions in li, C, Ravi
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