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Array fHK NATIONAL A1)V:.BTI8KK   f
KNOWS THE BEST MKDICM-
II l   l-ATKONMES THE lit. AALD
rHEtJRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK, B.O, Tlll'RSDAY, JUNE Ktli, III*.".'
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XU.UBER 15
 .er i
Dominion Day
at Cranbrook
itHuii  >i<i-t'iiiiiiis* Assoclntlou
rimis lo Tut on Gain Ihiy
With Children Supromo
Members nf the Craubrooh Retail
MorchuulB' AsBOclution huve boon per-
I'ectiug plana tliis wook ror a ronl old
Dominion Day Colobrution in Cranbroolt. Thoy will go nt it from n
new angle, however, nnd hy IntoreBt-
lug tlif kltllos, pli i tlniw ulso thu adults, on Unit tiny, Saturday,
July   lat, Hit' y.i'tvlianis' Association
plans •• .\i llomu to nil tho nehool
chllilren ror miles urnii.nl, nnd in
Howling u person nl luvltlon in each
pupil in all iiu- public schuuls ol Uu*
district, thoy are also announcing
Umi thoy will give [roe admission to
iiu- grounds in them, ami alsu a freo
, imt iiu; time Isn't ripe yd tu
say Just  wluit  will lie given away.
Following   is a  lisi til' Hie enmiiiit-
Ioob which have tlim ^arrnngemouls
lur Um Uny in Iiiiiiii:
Chnlrmns, J. F. tfcoit.
Publicity — Messrs. McPhee, Del-
lanoy,  Williams, Sullivan umi Scott.
Baseball nml Football-— Messr.-;. De-
lunoy, Adams ami Grady.
Spurts — Messrs. Scott, Collier ami
MacPherson,
Finance — Messrs. Million und
Urown.
liiMiiutls—.Messrs. Towrlss, Wilsun
McPhee, Eye, Brown, Noble, Marshall.
Refreshments —- Messrs. Raworth,
Bridges, Manning anil Hinton.
Dance — Messrs. Qllroy, Sinclair
nml Moffatt.
Transportation — J. Milne.
Chief of Parking Polite \V. lv
Worden.
Entertainment — Messrs. Doran,
Human, Putmore, McCreery, Cooper,
Bowley ami Kmslie.
Tin* celebration is to take place al
Hie II. VV. V. A. grounds, nml will open at nine -o'clock witli a football
name. Following this from 10.15 to
lt a.m., tlie Buy Scouts will put on
five events, demonstrations, etc, At
11 tin* first of the baseball games is
scheduled. At one o'clock the chllilren will he given tlieir free 	
at tin: gate with thc surrender of
their tickets, and u second baseball
gamo will take place. Aflor this
there will be the merchants' sports
ami athletic events, ami four mure events by the Scouts. Tho final of the
baseball lourminient will stun at six
u dork,   after   which  thci'e   will   he  ;_
dance at the Auditorium, it promises to he a full day, and given gnud
weather should pass of very sneeess-
inlly. The hand will be on hand fur
Die day, and cars will bo allowed to
park Inside the grounds around a circle wired off for the purpose.
Tho events the Scouts pul on will
include the First Aid Contest lur the
.MacKinnon Cup, semaphore and
morse -signalling, and other events of
this nature. For the baseball tournament there will probably bo tour
entries, giving three game-, two oi
seven Innlngfl ami the tiunl ol nine
Ice cream, soil drlnlts, fruit and
tandy will he on sale dining the day,
ami ii iv purposed to 'et the school
children in free, high school pupils
ai hah' prico, ami moke n sirnlghl
charge for adults tn cover the whole
ilny, Including admission lu ttie grand
Maud. I.-I' the adult*-
Furl hoi   porth ular ■  will  be  Riven
mil as tl'.e plans mature, bin it Is
KohiR to be a big day [or everybody.
U__Kil>«   »i    iOAY TO
DISCUSS POSSIBILITIES
FOK A FALL FA IK
Efforts made early in the year to
arrange for a fall fair for t'ranbrnok
once again, did nut meet with much
success, and the few vlin were behind ihe project at that time decided
there waa nothing lo bu dune lml
drop ii temporarily ami await the
time when mure interest was manifest oil lu the matter hy the people of
the district generally. Of late Ihere
aeoms to be- an awakened sentl
im in in favor of the fair, and nu ef
fori is accordingly In be made to re
vive   Ihe   project.
\\ i<: Worden, president of thu As
soclntlun, has called a mooting for
Muuduy next, June IStll, at Hie ciiy
ball, at 8,80 p.m , when it Is hoped
hen- will be a largo attendance nf
II wlio should be Interested 111 the
OVlVtll id' the fair, ll luis been suggested that with the (I. \V. V. A.
.rou ml j available reasonably, iu a
lonvontetil location fur Hie outside
it i ract ions, und the curling rink tor
the exhibits, thero is no reason why
the fair should not come hack strongly this year, which It will if the pro-
aupporl is forthc; niiug for it
from the right quarters, which means
from the city itself as well as the out-
;lde districts.
It in stated thai Fernie is also lay-
ug plans lu hold a fair this year.
Mil INION JACK WILL
BK HOISTED ON NEW
MISSION PUBLIC SCHOOL
The local branches of the railway
organisations in the city, comprising
Hi.* Brothorhood tu Railroad Trainmen, the Brotherhood ot Locomotive
Engineers, the Qrand International
Auxiliary to ihe Brotherhood of i.n-
comullvo Engineers, the Ladles' Aux-
lllarj io ih<* Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen, the Brothorhood ol t*oco-
mollVO   Firemen   and   Kimiuemci.   the
Order of Hallway Conductors, and tho
iinicr oi Hallway Telegraphers, are
nulling In their annual memorial service   which   is   lo  he  held  on   Sunday
evening next. Juno llth, at the Presbyterian Church,  when    Kov.  13,  W
MacKay th,- pastor wili conduct the
service. Those of llle orders attending are asked to meet at the Maple
llnll at  1  pm.
July lst  is the day set on which
e big 9 feet Union Jack will be hoisted nn the new Mission public school.
Tlie school was completed sume time
tigo through the energetic efforts of
the residents in that section and    a
rge tlegree of credit Is due them for
tlieir determination in seeing that
the children of Unit part were supplied with the necessary educational
facilities of Uie times.
The flag was presented by tlie government, and on Ihe occasion nf its
hoisting Col. Pollen will conduct the
ceremonies and will also deliver an
appropriate uddress for the occasion.
PRESENTATION MADK TO
PASTOR AND FAMILY
BV  CHINESE MISSION
After avening service Sunday last.
the members of the Chinese Mission
entertained a number of friends in
ther hall fu the form of a social farewell gathering to the Bev. and Mrs.
Lee and family. Several speeches
were made and it was easy to tell
iliai Mr. Lee's work among ihe Chinese  i-. much appreciated hy them.
During the evening Chow Ling, thc
Chinese missionary, on behalf of the
Mission, presented Mrs. Lee with a
beautiful umbrella and Mr. Lee with
a walking slick, both suitably engraved Miss Watson and Masiers Eas-
ioco ami Cyril Loe were also remembered and received very nice gifts.
Excellent refreshments were served and a very pleasant time spent.
Million and a Half To Be Spent
On Big Concentrator Near Kimberley
CIINSOI.IIIATI'.K COJil'AS.   E.MBAKKISG ON I'HiUl.lT THAT MEANS GREAT STEP IN
KAST KOOTENAY    DEVELOP]! EST
Large Force of Men To Go On Construction Very Shortly
Siipt. nf Cutis, ruction Eroin Trull   Sun   mi   llu-  Uround) l'reliiulmiry Work to Siarl nt Once:
Will Jli-nn Enliirgoinonl nl Sulllviiii  Mini- Oul|iut
RESIGNATIONS IIIOJI
TEACHING STAFF MADE
TO  SCHOOL  lt<* V IM)
in tin
lire*.
50 Years Progress
Rly. Y.M.CA Work
Noteworthy Aiiimi-.Min ol' Effort Carried mi Among
Itiiilriiinl  Workers
........
flOLF n.n-j Minis
The week commencing June llth
will be a memorable one to tin: 125.-.
oou railroad men wlio compose Ihe
membership or the 209 Railroad Associations and branches id' the Young
Men's Christian Associations nl' .North
America. This week is the Fiftieth
Anniversary ol' the birth of the Hail-
road Department of the y.v.c.A.
This semi-centennial of what has
been called the "greatesi working-
men's club in the world,'' will be celebrated by Railroad Y.M.C.A.'s and
branches in somo way or oilier al)
through  the country.
The developmenl of tl o Railroad
Department, which was at tbo time
nf it-, founding a new ami unh|Uo departure, is now recognized as 'he
basis upon which the Association has
"been able to reach out effectively into the field of genual Industry as
well as of transportation on land and
sea.
The service represents the co-oper-
ition of railroad employees, rutlroad
companies, and Associations. The relationship of these has been described as follows: The employees provide the bone and sinew of the organization. The come in not as recipients jof patronage Inn ag stockholders. Through iheir eommiliees they
manage iho organization antl direct
it along the most useful channels.
Tlie ciymmnies provide co-operative
help, and seek through thc organization to answer the question. "What
more than wages may a railroad company reasonably supply to its em-* j t
ployees?'' Thc Association provides 1
trained leadership ami a constructive  <
program.   The material oqutpmenl  In  li   	
thc work, treal as it is, is au Inslgnl- pleled in time to put the new plant. In
nsure of the service which   operation some time early next year,
results Work lias heen proceeding for some
In a great many places the Y.M.C. time clearing the site and ^euiiig a
A. Is open day and night tn railroad road into shape for the hauling,
workers. All of them seek to provide Nor only will lhe operation of the
home-like comforts and stimulating new mill men that the output from
programs for moral and mental devel- the Sullivan will he enlarge!, imt tint
opment and physical recreation, The irom the RoBsland and other West
effon is that those in whose hands or Kootenay and Boundary propcrlies of
care lies the safe transportation ot the company will also he iucreased,
travellers and goods shall have a] with the additional facilities thai will
clean, wbolesomo place iii whicli to'be released at Trail for the handling
rest and prepare f'ir lhe great res- of those ores.
ponsibilitics of railroading. A concentrator of this capacity in
While the real service of the Rail-  the Kast Koolouay will -also add   a
road Dopartmenl cannot he set fort!:   good d<
Wl at tUUfil he
ffei advance in i
iu i .<■ i..*.-t Koo
Sullivan Mine i""
mounced
, i> coin*
-.in
ht
.Ma
no\\ been working on a blu scale tor
so long, shipping upward* of 10,000
um*- i E ore per week, thai il has come
perhaps lo l>« looked upon as a matter
of course in the Easl Kootenay, without much thought lo lhe expense ami
energy which has been expended in
bringing ii to its preseni slate of
envelopment. Hut ihe Ka.-i Kootenuy
without the Sulllvun Mine would he
a vastly poorer seel ion of tin. province than it is now, as anyone who
thinks i£ prepared to admit.
It hus been on the program of the
Consolidated Mining and Smelling Co.,
Mil., for somo time to put up a concentrator for the Sullivan ores, to obviate the long haul ovor fo Trail, and
In relieve the facilities ihere for fur-
tber iiuiimeni or the oil*, rrom the
Rossland mines oi the company. Depressed conditions in the uielal markets and financial conditions, however, have resulted in 'he project being
held tip till these things partially
righted themselves at least. Tho new
concentrator will have a capacity ot
abonl 1.500 tons, and i*. expected to
cost iu the neighborhood of a million
and a halt dollars. Electric power
will be used from Hull River, tro«i a
line  put   iu   from  Cranbrook   up   io
Kimberley.
Q. if. Chapman, mechanical superintendent,    from   Trail,   arrived Ihis
wed;  with   sonic  assistants,  and   will
he in charge of the erection of the
concentrator   a.-    superintended    -oi
construction,   lie went up to Kimberley on Tuesday, and the first work on
tlu- ground, that of putting in camps
o house workmen,  will be taken in
ami at once,   it Is expected that two
r throe hundred men will lie enguged
lhe work, which will likely be com
Best Program
Yet ls Promised
(hitiilauquu   Urines   Army   ol"
Musical anil Lecture Tftlciit
Tlmt Will Pitas* All
Organization in connection with
I'he Cranbrook Chautauqua ll&g been
I going mi this week, aud a start lias
| been made mi (he campaign for the
disposal of the tickets. Fair success
has been reported by tlie canvassers
so far. and with tiie attraction of an
extra good program, ami a weakening
oi iln- sentiment against the guarantee feature of Chautauqua, when it is
felly explained, 11 is thought that the
undertaking will go well this year,
even though It admittedly come., at
a somowhat In convenient time of the
year, a matter which is really out of
the control of the committee.
In regard to the seating arrange
mollis it was proposed that a limited number of scats be reserved this
year for a small extra charge for the
week, hut this idea has been dropped
for the present, out or consideration
for those who have already bought
tickets without any sueh understand-1
On Friday. June lfith, the opening
day, ttie All Sisters Saxophone quar-
lotto will appear twice, afternoon and'
evening. They present a unique family
combination with numbers on the increasingly popular saxophone, as wel)
as a program ot vocal numbers and
miscellaneous readings, etc. A deser-
I viugly popular and unusual conirl-
■ tuition to the program.
The first lecturer ls Captain T.
i Dinsinore Upton, whose subject is an*
{ nounced us "He-Creation Through
I Recreation." This message Is one of
vital Interest to those who are at all
Interested in the welfare of the children in the yenrs when nothing matters to them but play—and who
' wouldn't prolong that perl.od for
them?
On the second day, Saturday, Ituth-
veu McDonald and the Adanac Male
(Continued oo Pm* •)
There will probably be a
seven vacancies to be filled
school staffs at the end of th
ent term. In addition to the four
resignations announced last week,
those of Mr. Raker, of the high school,
Miss Blankeubaeh, Miss Staples and
Miss MacKenzIe, ot the central
school. Miss Currie, also ot the cea-
tral, and Miss Wallace, ot Kootenaj
Orchards school have also handed in
their resignation-, and h is uot expected that Mrs. Douglass of the
South Ward win be bere ior another
term.
The regular meeting of ihe school
bonrd for Hits mouth, usually held
tlte first Friday in the month, was
not held last week, owing lo tlie de-
Report on Farming
Activity in E. K.
DM. Agriculturist Muds Conditions Generally Very Favor-
libit* 1'lils Srasoti
ay. District Agriculturist)
e past montii l have been
hrough all the agrlcultur-
iii East Kootenay, ami al-
season is backward, , rops
are   looking   remarkablj
I. Is unite evl
practicall)
ai districts
though the
in  general
promising,   u :-. unite evident   from
tlie  rapid  im'croieuieiit  in  condition
of muse *}{•■■ k. that ttie ranges are
fairly good.butttla a regrettable fact
dlstrlcl
111,-:
parture of the chairman,
M r   W   11
Wilson, from the city, bu
i the' board
will  probably meet  some
time    ■ iii
week for thc pas-int: of i
i *■ ill i ounts
ami other regulnr hn-in.
BI
Completed plans uud s]
leclficntions
for the new addition tt. i
...    central
school have nui yet bee
u    receivod
school   have   not   >■.-•.   bci
Tlie plans of the architec
t liavo been
submitted to Victoria will
i the minor
changes  the  department
called   for.
and their official sanctum
ui iiie plans
is now being uwnited bel
or.- tenders
are culled  for
rlpi  .
i and
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mat
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xtretuely
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business,
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tlKTIIOlllSI  l-ASTOH AMI
F.DIIIjY I.K.VVK lllll \KtV
MOM I    l\   KA II llllll'S
Myrtle
Mr
M.*
lodlsl
well services
ell  attended
s had a t
i ttieir m.t
fa
u-Upoken nmUi-
tlip    problems
__________   ■ I   I
i--  im t<-a-«d ib*.
feeling f--r him.
the respect ol
pposed. l'urli <;
la-^torate   ot   tl. ■
Tin* spring tournament which commenced in, Saturday is now in full
swing, the final result will be ptib-
llflbod next  week.
Mr Alan Graham won the blue ribbon ior H- ■ men's scratch ribbon competition, after tying with Mr. f.
o Staples, with a score of 83. Dr.
Green camo in with lac next best
bi . ro of !''.-, showing 46 Tor si holes.
Supper was served on Wednesday
by Mo 8 tin mo a Downoas and Llttlo, and
mi iinoxpectod largo crowd, in view of
the Inclement weather, made a clean
twoop of everything.
(in Sunday noxl ;. friendly match
will li,* played with ttie Waldo club.
in statistics, the following figures
will give an Indication or its growth
and extent to which ttie railroad buildings are used liy their members since
1875 ,
No. of Ry, V.M.t'.A.'s 	
Total   members   ., .   	
Valyo of huildinns ami equipment   .
Operating  expenses
Entertainments 	
Dormitories—limes  used
Itestaurant - meals   served   	
Average daily nltondanco 	
In   Blblo  Classes   	
Number of baths laken
opmeiit ol oil
iricl, and h>
i miurally in
lea  e   of   life
possibility <*f -level
r properties in this dls-
ild help io Ktve mining
his  section  an    added
* WEDDING •
STKATTOX • SKIS
A wedding took place this moruina,
Thursday, June Sth. at 10 a.m., when
.\.iss ThPlnia Isnbelle Nels and Prank
William Stratton were united in mar-
riaiu-. the ceremony taking place at
the Baptist Parsonage. Uev. W. T.
Tapscott officiating. They left the
city later In the day to spend some
time with the parents of the groom,
hm may return later to esablish
their home In this city.
Hev. and  Mr
hoys,  and  Mis
on   Wednesday   f
at Kamloops, win
Up   the   pastorate
Church     Mr   I.e.
on   Sunday   lasl
aud tlte family It
bidding farewell t
here.
Mr. Lee has taken an active tut ere
in ttie affair-; of the city ami distri
since com int; here, tour years ag
and his fearless and
oils of dealliiR witt
which lie has (teen
of the people here 1
warmth of his friend*
ami has also galnet
those whom he lias
his   tenure   Of   the
Methodist Church here, great protrer.-
has beeu registered In all department-.
i Including the membership represented
j on the church roil. He lias also paid
considerable attention to tbe devilment of the ehiireli music, and in addition to very larcely havine charge
of the choir personally, has on several occasions hy gather!.'!!: together
a number of voices from tbe other
choirs presented some really pleasing
and finite pretentious choral programs, consisting of oratorios, can-
tains uud miscellaneous numbers.
Mis. Lee. while very often not enjoying tlie be-t of health here.
Iibk still ably seconded the efforts
of tier husband in his work, interesting herself particularly in tlie ladies-'
activities of tlie church, Their
house lias always been open, and there
are tuauy who arc ready to testify to
the full measure nf their hospitality.
Tlieir friends here Join unitedly in
wishing tlteni every success in their
new field.
Rev, B. C. Freeman, the Imoming
pastor of the Methodist Church, is
expected to arrive ia the city on
Thursday, accompanied by bis wife
and family nf two song and a daughter.
Horn, (hi Monday, June 5th, at
I'ranbr; ok, B.C., to Mr. ami Mrs. tl.
K. Marsh, a daughter.
names are pi
LOCAL SALVATION  AIOIY O
i:m) oi   i hi: month i
mCKII LEAVING   (ITY   AT
On Ni:\V  APPOINTMENT
What Is known to Salvation Army Officers as
"Parowell Orders" wero
received by Captain Ede
on the eve of his depart-
ure for Vancouver where
lie Is spending his annual
furlough. The Cnptoln Is
not yot awaic of hia now
appointment hut win be
returning to Cranhrook 10
conduct his farewell services on Sunday, June-
2Sth. j        |
     ■ l"'"' °v0 ,      ..       Tiio regular ellngottho Woman'i
utay und Prlilny ovonlnB In l>- l'"J  ,„„,„„„. m, MA i„ n„. p_ri.li ii„h
basobull  loogne, nml .•"••'I!" ""' *"|..„ t i.e  Mm. nth. Mr.. Unman
     Un-  rli.iir    In
plnco ,«' iln- iii-calik-ni. Mra. Con
1SSII
1800
1900
1910
1921
s.
151
234
269
2,000
IT.r.:*.
37.074
53,881
125,047
I   110.00.
} i .i:>,f,.i;oo
SS.991.98ll
18,627,500
_;.i;77
|   120,607
f :ir,u.0K«
11,216,7*58
S6.570.472
;i
000
1.1 in
2,427
6,049
100,000
::*,r,.2sii
2.276.067
3,509.000
097,054
1,930,100
9.374.000
■l,7::!i
_:i,500
50.931
63,072
1,050
2.500
7,088
10,937
160,597
I.-.0.401
1.408,748
2.330.ono
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esmssnr^ee*
CITY l.lUGDl* BAH. i;
,iUVcKs!nvVJ:v^N«^ .   ".m.:vs ns,.., ..;
•     •      •      •
baBiibnll league, and though the at-j lll*"llm' »»a »«•« ■■■ .
tendance at these Barnes b- nol ub on Tuesday, June 6th,
largo as has heen hoped for. there Is vice-president, taking
lurj;o as tins heen imp
some snappy play being rendered in
some of tho games that is well worth
seeing. On Friday last the t'ubr-
heat the Y. M. C A , and oil
Tuesi'foy the Cubs beat tlie Commercials, lr tlie name i*. week ago was u
little loose, that on Tuesday was a
pood one, despite tlie poor weather.
On Friday of this week the Com*
mei.-cla)s and the Y. M. C. A. meet un-
nin, ami on Tuesday next the Cubs
and the Y. M. C, ,\. clash. Al present
the Commercials are on t-op, aud the
T" team In the cellar, mil Hie tatter
are. expectlnn Ju he climbing oui on a
Whining streak right away.
line, who i
of bcr sisto
discussion
,\  disctmsio
till away at the bedside
i Manitoba. The usual
i  gone  through   with-
look placo iu regard to
tlie prize lint for the flower
lie laid iln third week in August, it
was moved hy Mts. .1. McClure and
I seconded hy Mrs, Spence that three
' priceB of $5.00 each lie given to Indies winning tlie largest number of
firs! prizes in "ither rancj work,
cooking, or flower8 and vegetables,
und -$2.50 to three Indies receiving
the largosl number ot prison in thi*
Ihreo clauson named, all ot course t"
be moinben of the Women's Institute,
 .—..♦■-» ■ |n)lt] || ,,,1)(l,| approved by the membera
The filuples Lumber Company of A d|HoUa i„i, look place n* th" pro
Wycllffe tire pHtabUahlng a new log- poaod baby clinic ami rest, rooms
glng cnmp oni I heir limits on U)Bl \Mn\ die cotnmltloe lu charge report
Dog Canyon.     | ed,
In regard to sehooi lectureH on
lealth, It was decided that nothing
bo dom: until after tin- summer holiday.-, ladies in charge of the cuttings committeo reported that apronh
were cut out, and ready to he made
for the bazaar to be held near thc
end of the year.
Mrs. Mirams and Mrs. Campbell
suggested that a "touch and take"
table ht; a feature of the bazaar in
place of the "cabboge patch" of former years, and It was atflo suggested
thai any one having articles suitable
for snld table may hand them in at
any lime to Mrs. Campbell, or Mrs.
Mirmai.
Mrs. T.euiuuii announced tlie resignation of Mrs. Joint Laurie as secretary, and the meeting was opened
for nominations, Mrs. Oeo, Taylor being the uuanimouij choice. Mrs. Tay-
lor very kindly agreed to take up
the work for the rest of the year.
Tho attendance was very good considering the weather. Two more
new members were added to thn roll.
Mrs, Norgrove Sang very nicely,
and responded with an old favorite,
"A Porfocl Day," to nn encore. Little
v.i.-i., llodderls plavtd a keauiilul pi*
In.
Al '., -
meeting n
Im rease nn
d improve
lalrj Etc* k
.if the dis-
\- .->   ncai
■ future it
<
l wt
oi tl ree i
arloads m
Ml 1
. -- will
be broughi
Into thai
t.
One a
id prouablj
■ two car-
loads
are
It.  .
to be broil
ght it; un-
,h*r ■
'    '
Government i attic
Cluii I'ol-
.. u ■
!e of pure
il one enr-
n on June
heing retire Breed-
ers   '
...
K..     i
the Ayr-
ur.tda. and
■ ■   ■
.  ai
id    en
is   witli   good   R.O.P.
■■■ ■
r la
ivill be an
opportune
■ ■■ -
■
I inner.
[to purcha
se a fouu-
■
. to build
up a pure
Ayr
erd. and ai
,yone in a
;■■ ■■ '   '
■ . do -
■.. 1 tn
ake use ot
this
...   .   .  .
;..- ....
improving
. Ls
•wn
BtO   -..
he will be
helping m
JUMOlt  CHAUTAUQl'A
>VCLI AGAIN BK PART OF
FESTIVAL PUOGKA3!
The Chautauqua committee has
been endeavtorlng to gel information1
from headquarters as to the exacl nature of the lines the Junior Chautauqua will follow IhU year, and are
now awaiting word from tin
manager as to what may he ■
in tli.- meantime literature
rived from headquarters In L'algar)
direct lto the children Indicating something of what Is planned, In pasl
years when this feature has been ad
equately handled by the Chautauqua
people, the kiddies hava had a splendid lime, und it i, the Intention of
the committee this year to press for
fall attention to be given to this end
of the Chautauqua. Capt. "Dlnny"
Upton, one of the lecturers on the
Chautauqua program. Is well trained
lu the matter of organized play tor
the children, and will have something
;..■ r ■ ■ .- jale a su< cesa, and as tlie
success it failure of this sale will, in
all probability, determine whether or
not it Is to be an annual event, the
dairymen of the district should make
every possible effort to .support thla
movement, which is so much to their
T ere Is likely to he a creamery
• tarted in the Invermere district In
tlie near future. I understand, which
no doubt will tend to increase tbe
dairy herds i" that vicinity. It Is to
■ ; ■ ■'; that the farmers of the In-
rermere and Windermere country, in
■ ■ ... their dairy stock, will nol
overl ■ k the fact that t..cir neighbors
In t! e northern end of the valley bave
made a -sery creditable start lu the
Ayrshire breed, as it will be a mii-
Lual advantage for the Qolden district
md * • Invermere and Windermere
'.:-•,.'•. .■■> ;to:..>."-- ■*;(• interest of
or,<- breed throughout the Valley. It
! . a two dlMrlcta will co-operate
along community breeding lines, by
so doing tbey will greatly Improve
their local market for the buying and
selling of their surplus stock, also
they will create rt much better oppor-
tunlty to use (o tbe limit coo-d proven stock Lastly, and perhaps most
important thtjy will improve their
market i far at the outside world
;- concerned  because It is a well re-
',-j: i/'-! fact tl al | rotpei live imve: ■
do : ■ care to rlslt a few Isolat-
. A erd ■■■. •■;. electing breeding
itoi •■  ai there Ii 'oo little chance for
I selet tion.
In the Gate
i Baynes  Lake
regard  lo
be   Hie     i
(hi.
and   tlien
Is
10   B
will
games, spn
peeled, at times which will be a if
nounced later. The local committee
holds to the opinion that tlie Junior
Chautauqua is mip mt the most essential features of the entire week, and
should nut be sacrificed lo any other
consideration.
no solo, "Hy tlie Mountain Spring,"
In splendid style for bo young a child,
A dainty tea was served by lho
hostesses for tlie afternoon Mra,
D. Campbell demonstrated on Hm
making of popovers, and the mei'lliig
wa» coM'luded Id tbe usual way.
.ay, Wardner aud the
districts many of tlie
r. farmers are somewhat Interested In
the control o( the Colorado Potato
beetle This beetle has been found
*■ ■ parti during ttie last few
year-, and is gradually spreading, and
will no doubt In tim<* spread to dls-
trlcts wi,,-re potatoes are grown in
large acreages if Immediate steps are
nol taken Farmers who have grown
] oti * ■■ In I ■■ Eastern provlm es,
where ti.is bug has for many years
been prevalent, readily realize the
expense (he B.C potato grower will
have to bear if this pest becomes serious, nnd these men in most cases
ar<* prepared to do all possible io prevent this hug spreading, hut this is
,i matter thai requires tlie co-opera*
tion of every potato grower in the
dislrict, if any measure of success is
j to be attained, when this bug in
found for ilie first time in any dlstrlcl It should be reported to the Department of Agriculture and steps
should be taken to stamp il out if possible.
On visiting a number of farmers in
Ilie agricultural districts near Fernle
I found that steps were being taken
to work more on the co-operative basts. A Bhort whll*. ago a brunch of (lie
lie Fanners Institute was formed iu
(Cot-U-aaa* oa Ptfl-s rive) PAGK    TWO
TIIE      CRANBROOK      HEKAI.Il
Thursday, Juno K.h, ill*..
So Sorry—but
was slow.
What llmi- is it!
Life is too short for such
a needless annoyance. For
a  very  little  Investment
you can  have yonr home
run like clockwork, or
PERHAPS THE CLOCK
WANTS CLEANING
If so
Wi* »ill In* lileaseil In call.
RAWORTH BROS,
Jewelers and Opticians
m:xt to post office
Cbe Cranbrook Gerald
Publlsliod every Thursday,
r. A.. WILLIAMS..Kdltor sc manager
Suliscrl|illuii 1-rli-o
To United Stales ..
... -j-_.ee |ier year
... Ht.ist) tier yeur
"With ■  HUiIoii  Without  - Haul.'
rrlnlrd by  I itluu LHbur
Advcrtlilng Hau-s un Application.
Chftngoa tor A-ivw.U_lnff MUST ti. In
tkls oQlti- VVodnend_y nuim tli. cun tut
w*»k to flecuro att-iitlun.
CliANIiUOOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, JUNE Stll, I02_
OBTT1NQ  LIKE OLD TIMES
The Bplril of Ihe old days
seems lo he coming hack again,
and Ihose who read lhe signs
and tokens of the times welcome it. In between days of
dollar-chasing are now being
sandwiched with increasing
frequency a good many efforts
along one line or another that
show a revival of that intangible yet very real quality
known us "community spirit."
lt seems to have existed in the
days hefore Ihe war and manifested itself in copious measures iu efforts of all kinds Ihat
were imt ou foot, to nobody's
personal gain, but for the bene'
fit of the whole community, directly or indirectly.
An evidence of this is seen in
tlie organized efforts the merchants are putting forth to put
Cranhrook on the map for the
1st of July, Dominion Day. .No
one need think the merchants
as a body are going to make
any money out of the celebration they are planning ou staging. II is more likely to be the
reverse. Hut (he big thing to
notice about it. is that it indicates tliese men are willing to
go to a good deal of trouble, effort and expense to give the
kiddies a good time, and incid
cntally when the kiddies are
happy, it is usually noticed that
the adults follow suit. It is
step hack in the direction of
the old limes.
The same thing is true of
the movement to revive the fall
fair here. This has been dormant for lhe past few years
for reasons which ill those
times seemed good and sufficient. But now arise men of
some foresight who can see
that the properly conducted fall
fair is wortii while, and the effort is to lie made to revive 11
It does not bring pecuniary benefit lo anyone in particular
but an invaluable opportunity
is provided for the different interests in the district lo work
together for the community
good. And the community that
can put things of this kind over, putting aside any potty, sectional jealosies that have existed, is going lo be better fitted
to tackle bigger things, and
will be the community to attract people of a like progressive spirit
about   Uio  work  of tills splendid organization."
•■I like ih.- Railroad Y.M.C.A, because nf Us sincere so frit umi eurn-1
me tlmt nullum; ton good can lie sutd
est endeavor to lie ul use to railroad
men ill every possible way."
"lt Is a convalescing and recuperating Institution along moral lines
nud  edifying  environments."
These are comments from
men in all stations of railroading. There are a host of others that could be quoted from a
booklet that has been compiled
and issued by the railroad department of the Y.M.C.A. lo1
mark ihe fiftieth anniversary
of iis entrance into this field
of work.
Perhaps because il is human
|nature to belittle what is uoar-
est home on the assumption
thai distant fields are always,
greener, the work which the
local branch of the Y.M.C.A. I
is carrying on does not seem
lo lie as fully appreciated as,
the extent of its work deserves,
lis sphere is not confined by!
any means to the railroad men,
though maintained primarily
for their benefit. As an institution it works quietly and
without ostentation, satisfying
t need in a good many lives,
and Milling a mission of Importance in relation to the city
iu general. It is one of the local units in a chain id' such institutions all over the continent and stands for a movement
which has a nationally recognized significance. Its actual
sphere of influence may be confined locally, but back of it
is a movement Ihat is continent-wide.
As sueh the people of Cranbroolt should be prepared lo
recognize what such an institution means to the city, and
how its work is carried on
without, appeals whieh might
well be justiifed in the face of
others that have beeu made.
FROM THE V1KW-P0INT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
___
EAST.
K    M€H IM
" VITAMINES
V*V&      MAOt IN CANADA
«L?The importance of «g
j.'j' Vft&foiflOS in food is \
■j being recognized ul
| tl. . prosonl time to a
I ■,;>-. ..Us,' extent than ever
*i before* It !»».; been con-
j cluylvoty demonstrated
L ll. d yeast is rich in this
(V all Important element.
jj Many people have ro-
.' ceived lireat benefit
i pi yslcfej|y simply by tak-
. In \ one, two or three
J Rjuyaj Yc&bt Cakes a day.
| Sc nd name und address
lo- hoe copy Royal Yea.it,
Cakes for Better Health."%
It I'll j s to Ailu-rtlsi'
No business can lroaden without
publicity. The mun is business who
does not appreciate this fuel is as
dense or us obstinate us ilie officers
oC that lire Insurance and trust com-
puiiy whieh wus one of the first in
tho field, but which never got auy-
\ where because it fouglil against nc-
• cepttng   the   telophono,   tho electric.
light, the typewriter and everything
I new. iucludltiR advertising.—Phllnrtot-
I [iliiu Public badger,
Hill-It I
Nor inn I Slowl)
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from tlie Cranbrook
Herald of tliis date, 190a.
\    Economic equilibrium, bo easy to j
[ upsot, Ib extremely dlfflculi io readjust,   a fow years of war wore buKI-
li-lotii to throw completely oui nf uonr
I tin-  world's complex miichlnery    ot
I ooiumoi'cc ami IntliiHlry;   wages and
I thu cost of living madly ehuBod ono
another in an ascending spiral, rents,I
rat ok umi taxes multiplied, tho price'
of commodities soared far abovo the '
normal, und, largely iu consoquenco
of theso factors, tlie cost of transport
advanced hy leaps and bounds,   Unfortunately, in the very   nature   of
things ihe tendency is for oath factor to spernto In harmony wllh Hu»
rest; together thoy tend to keep each
other up,    Vet slowly ami surely the
pressure of circumstances is bringing
them down; now- il ts a slight decrease in the cost of living, and now
a small reduction In the rate of wages.    Meanwhile, the price of almost
all commodities la affected bv transport charges, though, iu its mm the
cost of carriage depends upon nrle.es
of material,    wages,    taxation    umi
rent,—London Times.
Knssiti I'-.niliig Hnrh to
Private Property
After the French Revolution and
tho French commune there was a
slow return to the restitution of properly rlglttB that were annulled by
tlmt uoheaval, until, eventually, the
revolution wus little more than a
historic memory.
A similar slow return to the beaten
paths of the iigou ts in evidence In
soviet Russia,
An Associated Press despatch from
Moscow suys the soviet government
is ahout to give legalized recognition
to private property rights in money,
Industrial ami agricultural products
ami other personal property, and, to
u corluln extent, In real estate Another docreo is proposed to give Ihe
peasants prolonged tenure of Innd
whicli ihey now hold, an well as the
right to lease hind under certain circumstances.
This recession rrom the fanatic
scheme of the original soviet govommeni was as inevitable an the pro-
cossioo of seasons
The institution of pr'vote properly
has Ht tout in mm of tho deepest
passions of the human breast, Normal people want things for their very
own. and thnt desire Increases with
civilization. 11 la the most powerful
incentive to industry, self-denial ami
provision Tor the future. It can not
long be suppressed or thwarted, not
even In soviet Hussiti. wltb all the
dentils of illiteracy, superstition and
blind fatalism among die mnssot-..
, If the Allies stand firm after Gotta
ithe Boviel authorities will have to
I yield in lho end, for they can not put
Russia buck mi its industrial tent
without assistance from countries
that huve maintained their political
sanity.
I    Tlie Russian soviet government   Is
only a makeshift authority.
It has been forced reluctantly to
repeated concessions to the prlncinle
of private ownership, and is still far
from the end of the concessions that
it will Imve to make.—Spokesman Review.
• lHNDERMERffDISTRICT •
NOTES •
•   ****«***«
(Special to the Herald)
Invermere, B.C., Juno ?.—The formal opening of the golf course for the
season took place on Saturday last.
Mrs. F. B. Coy, wife of Dr. Coy, the
president, gave a ten, ami Mr. R. Randolph Bruce kindly loaned his house
umi grounds fur the occasion.
Amongst the visitor*,! to the dlatrlcl
staying over the week-end wore Mr.
nml Mrs. Sun I Hounell, Miss Constance, Bonnell, uud Master Curiltm
Bonnell, with whom Miss Jean Cor-
san came ns a guest, Tho trip was
inailc Irom Fertile ami return by automobile.
Mr. A. A Her Ion, of Mom real, goner
Bal
lal manager of the C.P.R, hotel sys-
j trill, spent Saturday and Sunday in
this part.
Sir William Beach Thomas, tlie well
known correspondent ot London, England, und Mr, Byron Harmon, of
hu1i\jArrived here during the week
I ami left almost immediately for an
j expedition into the heart of the Selklrks. They arc accompanied by Conrad Kaln as guide,
Miss Elisabeth Montizainbert. of
I.timtoii, England, a widely known
Journalist, was a guest for a few days
al liie home of Mr. It Randolph
Bruce,   Kit.(IS.     Miss   Moiitl/.anibert
lefi ou Wednesday's train for Nelson,
Okanagan points uud the Const.
Two local youths uppoarcd hefore
ilie court ou Sntimiity evening lasl
charge! with bolng disorderly mi the
slreel lu lhe early lioiira Of Tuesduy,
May BOlh, Both wen- found guilty
jtnil given  Huspondod  aoutenco,
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Butte Dairy Farm
hiom: io
Edmonton, Alta.—Oil claims have
been staked along the Mackenzie River right up to the Arctic Circle. The
slaking extends from ll point several
miles south of Fort Norman, which is
1,500 miles north of here, to another
point within some fifty miles of Good
Hope, n post just sixteen miles south
of the Arctic Circle. The total distance of the oil staking along the
Mackenzie River in this territory Is
now approximately 150 miles though
not continued over Ihis entire length.
A clerks' union is being formod
Craubrook to bring about the closing
of the stores at six o'clock   in   the
evening.
*""
The war hag ended In Smith Africa, peace having been declared last
week-end, and celebrations have been
held everywhere.
The trainmen and engineers met
on Monday of this week for a fare-!
well to D. c. Coleman, who has gone
to North Bay ns assistant to (J. J.
Bury.
Tho cause of the terrible explosion
in the Fernie mines 1ms been attributed lo tlie presence of coal dust in
the mine. About a hundred and twenty bodies have so fnr been recovered.
W. II. Wilson has arrived iu the ciiy
from lhe east nml iina opened up a
jewelry store on Armstrong Avenue.
He Idoks upon Craubrook as a progressive and prosperous town.
Kill The Gophers     \
HOYS IP TO 11 YEARS OF AGE WILL BE
GIVEN:
1st Prize - - Fountain Pen
2nd .. - - Eversharp Pencil
3rd   ..     Any Boy's Book in Store
Conditions:
Compel il ion ends July 31st.   Must show Oov-
ernmenl certificate of number of Uiils turned in.
00 AHEAD HOYS. GET A BOUNTY FROM THU
<IOVI.RNMI.NT AH WELT,
BEATTIE-NOBLE LTD.
'I'lIK IIKX.U.I. STOIIR
tmHil^^^^fy^^^
.
WORTHY  OF CREDIT
"Away Trom the gin mill, -sleeping
on settee slats and so't sides of
hoards to the comforts of a V.M.C.A.
Praise God for what it hns done and
Ir doing for us railroad men."
"The local branches -specially nre
of value especially in 'ho provisions
which they make for the accommodation for men in train uerviee;    .    .
, and thai this service Ih appreciated Is evident ed y liie large
Increase in membership."
"Eighteen years of asuoc.latlon with
tb* railroad Y.M.C A. has convinced
KIDD
i
On July lst the Retail Merchants'
Association of Cranbrook will give
you A TREAT in the way of
Foot Races, Football
Baseball, Boy Scout Drills
Together with something personal,
dear to every Kiddies heart
LOOK FOR POSTERS
AND ADVKiniSI.MI.NT NEXT WEEK AMI DO NOT MARK    OTHI.lt    AliltAXGI.Ml.XTS
TO SPEND THK HOLIDAY
JULY  1st
UNTIL YOU SEE WHAT'S IX  STORE.
Lift Off with Fingers
ItQw*
leak
Because^
it's Made
in One Piece
And one piece of (ollrfly
moulded ftbber throughout, That* t why it's »»--
idly f*u,tt*aittftJ nut to
leak—your money back
if it due...
For Sale by
BEATTIE-NOBLE  DIlUG  CO.
"The Rexnll Store"
CRANBROOK     -      - B.C.
Where It puys lo deal
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone"' on au aching corn, in-
Btantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift It right off with fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few centB, sufficient
to remove every bard corn, soft com,
or oorn between the toes, and the ctl-
luase*. without lorcnesi or Irritation.
Your Choice while they Last
Home Washing Machines
Play Time Washing Machines
at $15.75 each
IIOXT   F0BGETTHE
Dominion Day Sports
CKAN1IK00K — JULY 1st
Delanjr (2& Sinclair
I'HOXK SI
HOX (lil
WENTWORTH RESTAURANT
I.lKgcRt ami Bent Menls ln tlie city at thp most Reasonable Trice.
— pnbMPT SERVICE —
(Omionltc Post  Offlce)
SCOTT Y   li A II li X I. ll,   Proprietor
IUKKU STIIUKT  ClUMIKOOK, IU'.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF
FLOUR and FEED
WE AltlO OPEN POR BUSINESS in
Flour, Hay, Grain and Feed of
all kinds, Rolled Oats
in the building noulh of the Venezia Holol, Hanson Avenue, wliere lho public will bo offered tho utmost values
in these Hi
OIVK US A TRIAL TO TEST THE QUALITY AND VAL-
UE REPRESENTED IN OUIt LINES,
PARKER & M°GEE
Hunson Ave, next Venezia Hotel IIKS. lilOXK »lll Craiiliroolt, n.C*.
CLUB CAFE
CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and Best in the City
SUNDAY  SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner :  :  -.  75c
\\{\*4mm',*t*tm0 *t**V *>**\< >•***■   ••**%   >••*%   m**V IA"   V»-   V»m efm **\§m *\*mm  i\f,m »ym i^iiih%>^|1
J. BUCHANAN
Proprietor
' "^"-"Tl* " T TT-^-t
H_______________2___________ Thursday, .lime 8th, 1022
THE      CRANBROOK       HERALD
PAGE THREE
CRANHROOK WOMAN
FIGURES IN TIIK GOLD
RUSH TO  CARIBOO
(rentkton HeruhVl
Miss Sheffield, Cranbrook, arrived
In town on Salurday evening, utter
a visit to Cedar .reek, in the Cariboo
country, and brought with her some
gold taken rrom the Idlscovery"
claim there.
Miss Slietfleld told Tlie Herald that
alic was the first woman wbo went lo
Cedar Creek this spring, in tact, site
wa» tho only woman there fnr some
time witli tbe exception of one miner's wile wlio lived there before the
Bold rush. Site started out from
Crauhrook. alio said, and went from
tliere to Ashcroft by truln, from which
point sho took an auto to Williams
Lake. After tho trip up tbe lake she
again went by uuto to Beaver creek,
but from tliere to Cedar Creek the
roailH were so bad tbe journey bad to
be made with a team and wagon.
Her purpose In going, she explained, wus lo stake a claim, but she
found claims were staked tor Htlcb a
distance from tlie discovery Hint she
decided to do nothing, at least for
the present. She believed tliere would
he a heller opportunity In June to
secure u clnlin. because many of those
who had slaked sevoral claims would
he unable to afford lo have then) all
surveyed and llu* result would bo Hull
thoy would be thrown open again.
Miss Sheffield stilted the ground
around the original strike was certainly Hell with gold, and In support
of  thin  si xhlblleil  a   small   glass
luhe containing |I0 In "colors" which
she siihl were taken from one panning
ul' earth on the "discovery" claim.
Rdh
7&y
News
\ .
1 In ei
■.'. ;■. I!. hav<
ipl.iyinf; whits
air:. ..-,  in   .
e *.(. O.-ient?.'-?
iii men .*■1 .<;
t j   Itevt-litokt
iivi-.i..n fn; lr
11 .; v..
It tinouph thi
Provincial   en
\l.- V!.l
nt   bureau   u
Vancouver,
Thi> step wt
s a re
lit cf a cniifer-
nice reci ntl
etw«.
.1. ii. McVeJy
■Uperlnteml nl
nl'   C
e   cinpluymeni
bureau, ;. d  1
w.
Y.r-*, centra
luperintendenl
ut tiio
t . 1'. Ri west.
em district.
WILLIAM  H. STOUT
L-cturin.]   on  "Seeing    Life   Whole."
Fourth  .ay  at  Chautauqua.
SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO
TIIK TRAIL SMELTER
I'-iilloying Is a statement of oro received al the Trail Smelter for tho
period (luring May 22 to IU Inclusive:
Mine              Locality Tons
Black Uock, Northport      72
The Canadian Pa llle Railway hui
made arrangements fur the conveni*
line ni' ihe travelling public where*
b.v thej may insure their b.jfi-nc.
mnl personal effects while travelling
liy I.i 111 or sen i'l any part of the
world.
I-o'.icies rov r the property of the
insured .;:.:' si nil ri ' s i.f rail and
water tra . Ion, Im inline, theft
and pill rage wherever the insured
good may be, exci ..t while in tlie
permanent re iricr.co of ths assure.
person,
I'eiso i-. ■'..:'. may secure
polil ;. from t.t. . '-nts of the C
1*. !; (ii : ie ,.c. iclpal statin.-!.-
I'n. ■ ,.:. ul I .,i . .., . ml lhe Wilted
States.
In addition Lhe | oliclos will he on
sale in liie bag [age rooms at: Bran*
dun, Man.; :; o kvlllo, (int.: Calkury
Alls.: Edmontoi, Alta.i Windsor St.
V.,- -  Stations, Montreal:
bec Station
Inn, Sask.;
vi r Station
llpsg, Man.,
Mountain Chief, West Robson
(Jllllp,  Republic  	
Rambler Cariboo, Rambler Sdg.
Surprise, Republic 	
Silversmith (lead), Snnt'.on	
Sllversinllh   (zinc), Sandon 	
Spokane Trinket, Ainsworth 	
Company Mines  	
T.tul
nol
103
as I
222 ;
.   160!
208
43
.12530
13.495
Winnipeg, Man.—Stewart Moore, a
Winnipeg prospector, has rediscovered a rich deposit of mica lu the dislrict udjacent to Point dtt Bois and
slaked a fifty-two ncre clolm. The
mica is traceable for fifteen hundred
feet In length and several large blocks
have already heen taken out. A small
crew is now working on the deposit.
Bargains for tiie Reading Public
These two Clubbing Offors nvosent oi> port unities to secure a
.xeiir's supply »r rentlinn matter that covers the |nrnl field, the national outlook, inul provides also some magazine rending of the besl.
MacLEAN'S MAGAZINE
national monthly—gives iho Canadian
Not ull fiction, not all descriptive—
The most represent- tlve
viewpoint—not the America!
but well balanced.
Itegular price per year, $3.00; or in conjunction with
the CRANBROOK HERALD, lhe two for one year   $4.00
The Family Herald and Weekly Star
Too well known to need description; reniiliir price per year $-.00.
Our offer in conjunction with tile CRANBROOK HERALD ig still open.
'I'he two for one year   $3.00
The triple combination- MacLean's, the Family Herald and Hie Cranhrook Herald—regular
price $7.(10 lhe linve. ALL FOR ONE YEAR ... $5.00
Bhe CRANBROOK HERALD
F. A. 1VU.MAMB, Proprietor
num. w
Mu.> e Ja
und Wharf, Que.; W
roronlo, Oi.t.j V .". o
ami Wharf, B.Cj \VJ:
und Fi:; William, Out
One hundred Hnd slxty-slx of the
pus'-u'i.i.*;*"'*:-. aboard t! c Canadian
Pacific liner "Montrose," on hei
maMen voyage from Liverpool to
H'onireal -i-ivc address d j letter to
Mr. G, M, Boaworth, Chairman of
the Canr.-li... I'n :ti ■ Steamships
Limited-, expiii3Bl g their apprecla-
tion of th'1 new liner. The letter
says:
"On tha occasion of the maiden
tri;. of the R.M S. "Montrose," We,
the undersigned passengers from
Liverpool to Cancdian points, desire tu express our Rreat appreciation of tlie beauty ;*.;.d cxti
fort of the s'.ii.
arrnngements
ptMic i se.
our ir^-'-t -a
courtesy, kintln
L'tiVrts on the
der, Officer;; ;■"
voyage one cf
"The caterin
ceedin1.' I'. I1
"We thero
the   Compar
Its fi .
had tlu- privil
iU  ir.riik'ii  VQ
■ details and
oth  private and
i place on record
;hon with ihe
..! never-failing
.: ttf the Co'.iman-
and Crew to make this
f real pleasure.
:;■■ .i;! -vneral _-'.rvici!
usual, up tn if not ex-
R. standards.
oi ;• beg to congratulate
v en havil ■' sue), a
..* "Montrose" added to
i o'jrse'vcs on having
of taking part in
The first Trans-Canada C. P. R.
train of the season left Windaot
Street Station, Montreal, at 5 p.m.
Sunday, May 21 st, and left Toronto
ut i- p.m. on tl;;* same day.
Thfa splendid train, carrying Btand-
- [tiipm -tit only, and
fastest time between
any trans-continental
eavi s Montreal, Wind-
ition at 5.00 p.m., and
. Station at_0.OO p.m.,
ard s.e<*)
ma!<in;r   the
terminals  «*r
in America, 1
sor Street St:
Toronto Unio
Eastern   Stan
suminjj S8 hours   i»e
and Vancouver,   and
tween Montreal and
The   schedules   art
thnt the train pa
po-rtant points (<
ISt) nl most com
training or *
v. eon-
veen Toronto
)2 hours beam*..'i ver.
art? so :irr;-.li(ted
-■-- through all im-
immcrciai or to;ir-
inlcnt hnur*- of en-
ninc and d-arinp
the portion ol the trip through ilie
Canatiian Rncki.-s open observation
cars from Field to Revelstoke -are
special features. There i* no <**x.ra
charge made for this feature by
Canadian   l'neifn.
Althooph thi- is the only de-luxe
train run in Canada in which sleeping car passengers only aie carrU-d,
there i* no cxtr.: f.tte required U
travel on -*anie.
MOVIE IDOL TO DO A MOUNTAIN-CLIMBING KM
fJiP
CHARLIE CHAPLIN wants to
make a picture in the Canadian Pacific Rockies. In preparation of Buch a picture he plans
to spend his next vacation in tramping over those mountains; no little
patch-worky climbing for Charlie,
but a hike right across thc Rockies.
He Is convinced that in the Canadian Pacific Rockies he will find
the ideal location for a big picture,
something that will make the movie
fans sit up on the edges ef their
aeats., While the Comedy King has
not a personal knowledge of Canada's wonderland, he is by no
means Ignorant of Its possibilities
emti  bffMtj.    Among   tha   books
Mt. Wapta in the Canadian
Rockies, Tests
the CuMbE^s  Skill
whieh he studies during his leisure
hours are three huge volumes filled
with Canadian data and pictures
and with their contents he is thoroughly conversant.
The Chaplin Canadian pictures
will be along entirely new tines;
the familiar popular and somewhat
overworked red-coated Mounted
Police will not he featured, but
something as interesting is promised. The mirth-provoking Charlie
hus his serious hours, too, and a
keen business sense that is put to
work in sccin-z that the public gets
what thc public wants. He has a
story in view in which the greater
part of the action occurs Tn picturesque parti of Quebec and
Manitoba.
Visitors to the Rockies during
the next few seasons may expect
to meet Charlie on out-of-the-way
mountain trails. They may fail to
recognize in the knickerbockered,
efficiently shod young climber, tha
baggy-trousered, splay-footed screen
favorite, but it will be Charlie Chaplin getting a close-up of the wonders of the Northland, the wonderland that he means to put on tha
silver screen for tho delight of tha
adoring public.
Devotees of Chaplin antics ava
already anticipating joy in seeing
upon the screen, their idol's acrobatic efforts at mountain climbing
and hair-breadth adventures in tho
regions around TianlT and Uko
Louisa.
50 YEARS* PROGRESS IN
RAILWAY V.MX.A. WORK
fiiiiiiii.iiiimimmiii
lContinued   from   Page   One)
The Association in nol limit tl in
Us service to railroad men in all]
fields, but frequently finds large opportunities for helpfulness ai the i
oluted and out ot the way -division
points.
Cranbrook lias since it - organlia-
tion iu lttio contributed much to the
welfare of the railroad men, providing "a homo away from home," a
clean, wholesome placo for tbe men |
who come off a run. dirty, hungry,
tired and sleepy, and also rendering
a very definite -service in providing
a place for the men to cougn gate \
under the besl possible conditions.
Not only lias it helped Lhe railroad
men, bui its officers and secretaries
have contributed ninth toward the
general uplift of the young man and '
boys of the community by assist Ing I
In tlie organization of baaeball, football, hockey and Boy Seoul work. |
The railroad men of tomorrow are the
boyH of today. The Railroad As-ocia-
tlona realize that hen- i- an opportunity Tor service, the Influence ol
which K Ir impossible to describe adequately. Cranbrook is nm taking ..
back seat and in the year:- ahead will
make itself fell in ali that is : (| and
best for lhe young lite ol' th.* community hy conducting a program thai
will hold hefore ihe coming railroad
operators nud managers 'lie highest
Meats of Canadian manhood.
The following may be nf Inleresi hi
the frlendu and members of ihis Association:
In the year 1910 the Cranbrook
Railway Youiib Men's Christian Association was organized anil Incorporated In 1911, Tlie general secretaries
and presidents who have held office
since organization are as follows:
J. S. Teet. general solidary from
1-110 to 1912.
Frank II. Deznll. president from
1910 to 1913.
R. D. Cameron, aenerai secretary
from 101J to 1014.
W. H. White, president from 1013
to 1916.
(Jordon Thorne, general secretary
trom 1914 to 1915, onllsftd and killed
overseas.
A. A. MacKinnon, president 1016 tn
1919.
D. M. Cowan, general secretary
1915 to 1017.
R. K. Pow. general socrotary from
1917 to 1920.
Jon. L. Pulmer, president from
1019 to date
J. M. Clark, general secretary from
MACDONALD
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3^°
-ifeaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiHng^^S^^ y
this sentiment on tlie fiftieth birth   wh
ihe Craubrook ity. V.M.C.A. is,*1"' nt an organization that Is peci> B0Ugh, .., ronder unieMsh i
live organization today and in the|lilirl>' lhe,r *>wn-an orgunlzatioi. aj| who cuta wiU-in lt, ho[
will prOVQ to be nl' meat benv-
utti
lit lis' a centre for various purposes
ooking/lownrd the goneral welfare
md lUfilfl of not only the employees
ind 'heir families, bul lo lhe commttn-
iv a-, a whole. This Association is
ixpectod to prove Itself worthy of
he following commendation irom .<*.
i-V. daity. president of the Canadian
ital
ay Co
Heglna, Sask.—Receni figures pul;
llsheit by the provincial government
give the number of automobiles In
Saskatchewan In 1020 as 60,325, as
compared with 55,010 tu 1919 and
4d,S80 in 1918. This is a remarkable
showing when it in considered that tl e
total number of motor vehicles itt ihe
yenr 1908 was only 74.
"ISIuhleon yoars of association wllh
the Railroad Y.M.CA. Ims convinced ino ihat nothing too good can be
iiald about the work oil thla splendid
orgnnlxntlou, 'I'he ton branches es-
L; bllshed on these lines are len centres of iiisporailou for all thai is best
In railway llfo—*healthy exercise,
comradeship, menial Improvement and
the atmosphere of homo. The high
standard of citizenship which prevails
among lhe railway men of Canada is
due largely to the influence of the V.
M.c.A.. tho efforts ot which, to promote tho mental and moral us well!
aa the physical well being of its members, have been highly successful."
Al the close of the historic Railroad
Association   conference   sit    Clifton
Forge, Va.. 11. Thane Miller of Cin-j
einall, sent a telegram from bis home,
where lie was confined by illness, lo!
cheer Uie  railroad  workers  on  tlieir;
way.     The   graphic   wording   of   the
message was:
".Men of fire, steam    and    wheels! (
Roll on to victory and glory."
Those who have nt heart the best
Interests of the "silent heroes" echo
^y^
SPIRIN
WARNING!    Say "Bayer" when you  buy Aspirin.
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tal-lets, you are nol getting Aspirin at all. Accept only an "unbroken package" of
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains directions anJ dose
worked out by physicians during 2. years and proved safe by
millions for
Colds
Headache
Rheumatism
Toothache
Neuralgia
Neuritis
Earache
Lumbago
Pain, Pain
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 10O—Druggists.
Atplrln Is tht; tra-le mark  i rviigfr-'d In ("ana-la 1 ot Haver Slariufariur,- of "
oi .-ih a.'I'J-'H.'-v of .-■.ilkvln aclri     WMI« it If well known that .tfpirin m-ar* Barer
iii.iiinfn.-tur.'. to anil- the public acalnat imitation*, thp TaM-u cf Bayer Company
-.vlll  tie atamp.il  with  tbelr fenera! trade mark,   the "Bayer Crow"
ITS   COMING   SOON I
THE
CRANBROOK CHAUTAUQUA
?*   JUNE 16th to 22nd SSI'S;
Days
some xew features added this yea1! slake the piiookan ex.
tiii:mi:i.v weiA balanced and now: than ever worth the 1*1.1.1:.
REED METROPOLITAN PLAYERS
._.   Pentnilne, "Mi-i. Ttmple't Telegram," fifth day at Chautauqua.
Junior Chutauqua Play Festival
for the Kiddies
On The Program
C,\VT. T. D. I'PTON, Lecturer.
THE "ADANACS," MALE QUARTETTE
With Rutbren MacDonald
ALEXANDER THOMPSON, Lecturer.
**iink-MAN' BAND," Entertainment
METROPOLITAN PLAYERS, in
Mrs. Temple's Telegram."
MORITZ 0. Hindus, Lecturer
CHIEF STRONGHBART, Lecture Enlertainmen
ALL SISTEIIS* SAXOPHONE QUARTETTE,
11. l. COPE, Lecturer.
EILER-WILLOUOHBY   LADIES' ORCHESTRA
Win. II. STOUT, Lecturer.
MYSTERY AND MAGIC—Davie, Uie Magician,
TICKETS:
Adults $3.oo   •   High School Pupils $1.50   -   Children $l.oo
OIITAINAIILi:   I KOM  THE  CANVASSERS. <»lt THROUGH  AXY MEMBER Of THE COM1HTEE. ^^^**
PAGE FOUR
THE7  CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thiirsilii), .Inin* Stli, 1022
CORD
DUNLOP
TIRES    FABRIC
*9 "There's something in the Quality of Dunlop Tires that's missing from other
tires.     Don't know what it is, but when I make that quick stop 1 know instantly I
have Dunlop Tires on I"
<J One motorist thus spoke for himself.    He really was speaking for thousands of
car owners.
tj Live Rubber and Best Egyptian
no skimping.    The duy ot the short-mileage tire is gone
here; and when "tire-mileage" is up for discussion now, you Itiul
Cotton go into Dunlop Cords nnd Fabrics,   No shoddy,
the duy of the high-mileage lire is
lmd the word "remarkable"
generally precedes a reference to DUNLOP.
DUNLOP CORD TIRES DELIVER THE MOST
MILEAGE-ARE SAFEST TO USE
Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Limited
Head Office and Factories: Toronto
a mH	
Brandies In the Leading Cities
r:iK>-SBB?:,'3ea«SK.'-u*
Public Schools
Monthly Report
Pupils   New  Eugugi'd  lu  Lust
Lap ui' Work For School
Vear
Krnest Worden, Nora Miles, Ardelle
Crane, Denis Turner, Mildred Bridges, Helen Holse, Billy Cameron, Norma Surtees Melnnlo Lebeau, Harry
(toy, Garnet Patmore, Nellie Miller,
Leitch Paterson, Rita Strachan.
WATKK NOTICE
(USB AM) STOJiAOK)
B.C.  .POLITICK CHOP I favor In most parls of tliis province.
UP AT OTTAWA DURING    *    W.  ti.    McQuarrie,    Conservative,
TALK ON THU BUIMJETj-New Westminster, Bald tlie province
 . I of British  Columbia   was absolutely
It was silual-
TAKB NOTICE that Poter Shields,     The sititalfou In fregard io politics'opposed to reciprocity
whose address is Wardner', B.C., will] In this province at the present time! ed too near the International bound-
So of Common:
apply for a license  lo take aud use cropped up iu the Ii
■It. miner's Inches ami t0 st0l'° G atr°- hist  wuelt during tho discussion   on
feet of wuler out   of   an    unnamed tho budget.   Tho particular point uti-
stream, whicli flows from a Cuiiyon der discussion at tlie time was the ad-
about one-half mile west, of Lot lEUiH, visabillty or otherwise   of    entering
Group One   (ll.    Kootenay    Dislrict, Inlo reciprocity with the United Stales
near Wardner, B.C., and which flows along Irade lines.    Several members
easterly through  the  northerly  part from the easl and tho prairies have
or said Lot IMS and theme southerly openly    espoused    reciprocity    once
nnd drains Into Chlpkn Creek about more,  but  this  doctrine  find:
rter miles from Kooieu- j ■	
Iiiih
one and
ay JUvcr. The storage dam will
located at lhe mouth of the said Canyon, Thu capacity of the reservoir,
to lie creeled is ubout ti acre feet, and
It will flood about one acre of
laud. Tiie water will be diverted
from the Bald unnamed stream at a
point about one-half of a mile Wesl
of said U>1 19(18 and will be used for
domestic and Irrigation purposes upon
the laud described as the north half
of said Lot 1908. This notice was
posted on the ground on tlie 1st day
of June, L922, A copy pf this notice
and application pursuant thereto and
U> tbe "Water .Act, 1014," will be filed
in the office of the Water Kecorder
at Cranbrook.
Objections io the application may ba
filed with tiio said Waler Recorder or
Willi the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Legislative Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,
will,in thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a locnl
newspaper. The dale of the first publication of Ihis notice is June Sth,
1922.
15-18 PETER SHIELDS.
l.ANII KJti-bilSTItY ACT
(Section 1G0)
. to want reciprocity. Not a single
British Columbia candidate, Liberal
or any other, would have lho courage
to stand up and say ho favored reciprocity during the last election campaign. He challenged any British Columbia member to get up in tlie house
of commons and announce he favored
reciprocity with the United States.
Mr. McQuarrie said Canadian manufacturers would die under free trade
with tliu United Slates, lt was necessary for certain sections to forget
Ihelr self-interests and look to the
good of Canada us a whole. Farmers
were entitled to consideration, but
there wore otlier interests, such as
ihe manufacturers, which also must
ho l<*.ki.d after.
Mr. McQuarrie commenced lo read
au editorial from the Vuncoiiver Sun
attacking  Premier Oliver of British
He slated that the Vnn-
IX THE MATTHK of part (l|iitli of
an acre) of Lot 42*., Group 1, (further known as Lot. (i, Block 1, Town
of Westport, Map titiS) Kootenay
District.
Proof having beeu filed iu my office
of thc loss of Certtficalo of Title No.
530-K, to tlie above-mentioned lands Columbia.
in the name of Uo Tsuneke, bearing; couver Sun was a Liberal paper and
date the :Usi January, 1898, I read In the effect that the best thing
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE Ot my inten- the British Columbia Liberals could
lion at the expiration of one calendar 1 do was to "cut loose from John 011-
nionth from tlie first publication here- j ver."
of to issue to the said lto Tsuneke a I Dr. J. JL King declared that during
provisional Certificate of Title in lieu [lhe past few months tlie Oliver gov-
of such lost Certificate.,   Any person1 eminent had conducted three by-elec-
WATi;it   NOTICI
IHVI.I.SHIN AM) USE
TAKE NOTICE that Win. II. Slender, whose address 1^ Cranbrook, B.C.
having any informal Ion with reference to such lost Certificate of Title
Is requested to communicate with the
undersigned.
DATED at tho Laud Registry Offico,
Nelson, B.C., this 23rd day of May,
A.D., 1922.
E. S. STOKES,
Registrar.
Date of first publication May 25th
1922. 13-17
WATER  NOTICE
DIVERSION AM) USE
TAKE    NOTICE    that William  D.
tions and iind won I hem all.
"How did tbey do it?" Mr. McQuarrie queried. The British Columbia government had elected two cabinet ministers umi In the third case
bad promised tlie people a road whicli
had been needed for many years. A
provincial election would have n different result.
COMPLETING ARRANGEMENTS FOR TOUR OF B.C.
HY EASTERN DELEGATES
Box 75-J, will apply for a licence to slon0f wliose address is Box 731,
take and uso Thirty Acre feet of wat- Cranbrook, B.C., will apply for a II-
er out ot Unknown Creek also known CCUVi. |0 take and use 51) Acre l^et of
us Peavlne, which flows west and water out of Unnamed Creek, also
drains into Jap Lake, about S Lot 10. known as I'eavine, which flows Wesl
The waler will be diverted from the and drains into Jap Lake about S.L.
stream al a point about 100 ft. S.E, 19.
Boundary of S.L. IG, 20 chains E.N.W. The wator will be diverted from the
81102 and will bo used for irrigation stream at a point, about 150 ft. from
purpose upon tlie Laud described as north boundary S. L. IG, 2D chains
L. 3GIJ8 G.I.K.D. East N.W. corner L. 8902, and will be
This notico   waa  posted    on    the U80,i for Irrigation purpose upon tlie
ground  on  the    Seventeenth   day  of' \Mlu\ described as L. 4501 Q.I.K.D.
May, 1922.
A copy of this noilce aud an application pursuant thereto mid lo thn
"Water Act, 1914," will bo filed In thl
office of tht. Water Recorder at Cran
brook, B.C.
Objectinns to the application may
be filed wllh the said Water Recorder
or with the   Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victor
This notice wan posted on the
ground on the -Sth day or May, 1922.
,A copy of this notice and an application thereto and to Ihe "Waler Act,
1914," will bo filed In the office of
the Water Recorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to this application may
le filed will) the suid Water Recorder or with the Comptroller ol Waler
Rights. Parliament Buildings, Victoria, n.C., within thirty days after the
in n
ia, B.C., within thirty days after lho
first appearance of tliis notice In a j first appearance of tbis notlci
local  newspaper. i local newspaper.
Wm, li. STBNDBR.    | W. I). STON13, Applicant.
Applicant. 1    The date of the first  publication of
The dale of the Tlrst publication of | this notice Is lSili May, 1022.
Ibis notico is May 25th, 1922.     13-16 j 12-15
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On the mission of making final ar-
raiifiements for the grand tour of
the interior, by 40 easier;: delegates
lo the Canadian iiu.nl Roads conveu-j
lion at Victoria, J. Pred Spalding, of
Fernle, commissioner of the Tourist
Association of Southeastern British
Columbia and Southern Alberta, passed through Cranbrook last week-end
for Nelson,  and points west.
On his preseni trip, Mr. Spalding
will visit, all the towns between Fernle nnd Kamloops, in the Interests of
this tour. lie will also endeavor to
add as many new boards as possible
lo the membership of tlie Tourist As-
soolatlon,
Arrangements fur the lour must be
completed Immediately, us lhe convention dntcn are June lll-Hi.
So far as known at preseni the
delegates making the irip will leave
Vancouver on the nighl of June IS,
hy train as far as KuniUmps, and
from there will be taken by auto to
Vernon, Kelowna, Pentlcton...Orand
Forks. Hossland, Trail und Nelson.
From Nelson they will go by boat and
rail io Cranbrook. They will then
be taken by auto up to Invermere
and over the finished portion of the
west end of tlie Banff-Windermere
road, and from there to Fort Steele.
Blalrmore, Pincher Creek, Waterton
Lakes, Cardston und Lethbrldge.
Tho tour will be run by relays of
cars, supplied hy the boards of trade
of Ihe above mentioned towns-
Ahout 40 to 50 dulogai.'s will make
the trip, and 10 five-pussenger cars
will bo needed, a truck or two for the
baggage, and a service car.
Averaging 22 miles per hour, from
Fertile lo Kuskanook Mr. Spalding
reported, when be arrived at Nelson,
the roads In good condition, with the
exception of a few rough places between Moyie and Yahk.
Embarking nud disembarking fa*
cilities on the boat nre particularly
easy, and no 1 rouble whatever is
evidenced at either ond. The semaphore signal at the wharf at Kuskanook is Inadequate, according to Mr.
Spalding, and cun ho seen only at a
; short distance, and should be replaced
by a more suitable one.
I Mr. Spalding left for Orand Forks
nnd Pentlcton Saturday, and eipects
to bo In the Okanagan !hl» week.
DIVISION*   IV.
Enrolment 41.
Pupils having pei'fcol attendance 22.
Clasu Standing—Sr. Third
Phyllis Thompsmi 85, Lorraine
['Crane S3, Nancy Nishel so, Jack Barber 70.2. Margaret Willis 70. Marion
Kummer 74.6, Klizubeth Miller 74.;.,
Dan Brake 73, Birihel Benson aud
Marlam Williams 7l\7, Margarel Kyo
72, Klla MeOlll 70.7. Harry llolso 70,
Jean Home 00, Marlon Carr 07, Jean
McPhee 04,2, Edith Carlyle 04, Fraser
Mackay 02.7, Jean Beatllo 02.2, Mnhel
Chirk 01.5, Margarel Mclnnis 01,8,
J lolon Hrlgff r.ii.7, CqIy.ii McUuniey
50,4, Uouald Moffutt 68, Frank Martin 54.11, Mary UqucbI 64.3, Billy Fldt
51.
S. D. WHITE.
DIVISION V.
Perfeil nlleuihiiice for May.
Hose Burton, Victor Galhralth,
George lloarge, Clifford Haynos, Win*
nle Hayman, Paul Harrison, Mary
Hiichcrofi, .Molly .luhnslmi, Lowell
McCoy, Rupert Porter, Stanley Porter, Mary Hankins, Mary Robertson,
Jalllo Sakauuchl, Arthur Sakaguchi,
Ida MacGregor, Mny Cox, Will'tim
Cox, James Drew, Harry Fanning,
(Jeorge Futa, Kathleen Haley, Elmer
Holm. Mildred Mlddleton, Nancy
Miles. Sheila Paterson. Hazel Williams, Elsie Wood,   Irene   Mclnnls,
Stephen   Magro,  Jessie Musser.
MISS SUTHERLAND
DIVISION VI.
Perfect attendance for May:
Dorothy Bridges, Loroo Barber,
James Brookes, Lllliau Dale, Margaret Farrell, Joseph Genest, Marian
Gill, Eileen Gray, Geortie Hayman,
Buolah Hill, Harold Holdener, Mar-
caret Johnson. Leslie Kuhnert, Ida
Lancaster, Belly Lunn, Dobie MacDonald. Donald MacDonald, Thomas
Moore. Jack Purker, Florence Patiin-
son. Douglas Patton, Wilfred Pocock,
Grace Prltchard, ISllswc'li Ryan, En
hi Shankland, Dorothy Steward, lillva
Wnlker, Alex. Williams.
HELEN   DeCEW
DIVISION  VII.
Number enrolled 44.
Perfect attendance 22.
Margaret Henderson, James Huchcroft, William Harrison, Jean Woods,
WInnifred   McQuaid,  Barbara  Bealo,
Uobby   Mulrhead,   Maurice  Godderis,
Clifford  Grant,   Kathleen Edmonson,
Lloyd  Burgess, Neil Calder,    Gerald
Eye,  Winnie  Siewart, Leonard Lam
phier,   Donald MacKenzie, Jean   Rut
lege,    Harry Christian,    Jean    Macdonald. Gurnet Blaine, Harold While,
June Collins.  Alberia Jones, Phyllis
Jeffrey, Mike Frost. Kathleen Nisbet,
Billy Crawford, Joe Walkley,    Edna
Taylor. Willie McCoy, Donald Mclnnls,  Norman  Oalbralth,  Eddie Leonard, Wright Speers. Reginald Shuw,
Ben   Walklev.   Allan   Downey,   Hilda
Robinson, Gene Ingham, Hazel Clapp.
L. (.'. HENDERSON
DIVISION   X.
Number enrolled 29.
Perfect attendance:
Katherlne   Baker,   Lizzie   Godderls,
Tltoo Laurie, Dorothy Macodnald,  Barbara Patton, Harold Porter, Leonard
Porter, Jack Roberts, Gordon Speers,
Joe Ward, Matthew Adamson, Hilda
Olllis.    James    Halerowe,    Kathleen
aynes,    Kenneth   Haynes,    Stanley
tudie  Kozak, Margaret   Rut-
rnVn  (Taylor, Stanley   Whit-
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL
DIVISION  I.
Perfect attendance:
Walter Barrel,  Ruth Bond, Marlon
Cuthbert, Tresa Delncca, Evelyn Eley,
Kuth   Fanning,  Edwin  Haley,    Mary
Macdonald, Josephine Marapodi. Lou-.
Is Holm. Lillian Russel, May Russel.
K.   N.  SING
DIVISION   II
Perfect attendance:
Mabel Atkinson, Ivor Barrett, Roslo
Blefare, Frank Blefare, Margarel ("assets, Ronnie Coleman, Allen Cuthbert,
Margarel Dalzlel, WInnifred Harper,
Doris   Haley.     Owen     Haley.     Dully
Johns, Norn Mnlono, Angolo Marapodi,
bllldl McGee, John Pascuzzo. William
WllltO, ISdllll Wells, Hilly Milling,
Frank "Woods, Francis Bcauilsh, 1,
Hi Malone, Vlolel Miller, Billy McNeil, |
Billy Ltiheck.
K.  II.  DOl'GLASS!
uiiljtfjtt ME iip'i. i~.~y
r .,-■ .*-..-, p.. ,-:.y. 7 -.-,,. -|^-,-,..-..--,j:,j.*nK
■jWethotrist Cljurcl)
KEV. B. ('. .'Ki:oiAN, Pastor
Morning service at 11 a.m., conducted    by   Uev. B. C.
Freeman, Pastor.
.12 noon, Sunday School.
Evening Service at 7.3<> p.m., to be conducted by Miss M,
WHEELER, Missionary on furlough from China.
Everyone is Coiilhillj Invited le These Services
iJ|ft,_l-.*il-Ji.iU,liiiji;i .->i,.rYir._iu. vin l uu uraili _. I u-_foW,* .-.;i i      J l. ' i ii ii: i'
ii i Mi oinnniEHn:
issi'eksecom. voi.i-.tii:
ok ha it itmmiiuAM i:
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nf CiniiKlii I.linlli il
OFFICES, SMKI.TINU AND ItlTININ.I DEPARTMENT
THAI I,,   MUTISM   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
L'urcllANOrs ol' (-.ulil. Silver, -Copper nnd Load Ores
Producers of.C-.old, silver, Copper, Bluostono, Ply; Lend and
Zinc  "TADANAC"  Brand
lu burning Volume ll ut "Letters
From tlie Front, lHU-llilu," the Canadian Bank of Commence has rounded
out into a I wo-volume not ono ot the
moat striking romorab.ances of the
war, anil one that will he priceless lo
the nrxt of klu of thoso servant* of
the Hank who fell In the war, for the
honor of whose memory lhe volumes
primarily designed. Apart from
the nature uf tlieir contents the books
Bomothlug quite superior to the
usual run of volumes- issued iu tliese
limes bringing back a vision of lhe
days when real first class work wae
ihe object to be strlvon for. and
workman«.hlp was not sacrificed for
the sake of mere cheapness. The
handmade docklert edged paper, the
beautiful Illustrations, tho numerous
evidences of the utmost '"are In the
compilation, nml minute attention lo1
detail In the printing, all go to prove
ihat the motive in issuing them is
something mure than mercenary.
The first volume contained letters
actually written from the front by
Hank of Commerce men ou service,
and representing a class trained in
mind as well as band, tho observations
contained iu the leiters were regarded
as of more than usual value. Now
conies the second volume with bf-
lOgraphlos of all those who enlisted
from the bank service, with an Interesting and succinct narrative of
the campaign, and ibe part tbe Canadians played on tho  /esteru front.
In Issuing these volumes the Bank
is endeavoring to repay in ;i measure
Lhe priee of patriotism tbo men ami
women in iis service showed when
Ihey went to the front, continuing Its
nerous policy adopted while hos-
ilitieg, were actually in progress to-
wurd those who laid down the pen
to take up the sword.
Heise,
ledge,
taker.
BEST PROGRAM Vl.'l
PROMISED
IS
EILER-WILLOUGHBY LADIES' ORCHESTRA
In concerts the third day at Chautauqua.
e them a good view at
perhaps a little
just what ii says it  is.    If anyone's   wingi
viewpoint on life ha& gone awry, Mr. ;,n ymt g0Q8 on  ,vit
Stout ts the man wbo will .orreet Ibis  ,ois aisturbance than bas sometimes
mental anastigmatlsm.   He will give hitherto boen the case   during   the
out something to think about and car-' programs.
ry awny.
The evening   of   tbe    fourth    day ■—— . j
brings  another  Intensely   Interesting
lecturer here, lu the person of MoriltM
O. Hindus, who will speak on "Storm ]
Tossed llussia." and knows whereof
be speaks, having seen Russia fnun
Hie Inside, thai unhappy country being the laud of his birth.    Many peo-j
pie are  pessimistic  about   ihe
experiments  which   have   been
into effect there, but Russia still re.
n Intensely Interesting topic
st people, and this lecturer will
lose-up of present conditions
tliere, wiih the Interpretation tbat only a born Russian could givo
As in former yours
mains
to mosl
give a
social
pm
S. V. McCAU-UM
DIVISION IX.
Perefcl attendance:
Edna Raxter, Betty Genest, Harold
George,   Florence Johnston,  Florence
Jordan.   Mali  Ken, Frunk    McClure,
t'unieron  MacDonald, Carrie Spcnce,
Qlno Blgattlnl, Mali Chung, Chow Cul,
Buaye Futa, Chow Gail, Chow Hlng,
.lame* Lunn. George   Moore,    Chow
Nam,  Jack  Paitiuson,  Hilda   Smith,
Robert   Steveley, Christina  Williams,
Beverley Collier, Edna Collier, Wong
Kle,
ELLEN  R.  PATERSON
DIVISION XL
Class :it n ml ing for May.
Number enrolled 87.
I'erfi'ct attendance IB.
First  Primer
Klchi Maigawa, Donald tlill,   Jack
Parkin,   Esther Leonard  and    Ft
Ryan equal, Joe Wong, Tom Miller,
Hunter KcCIuro, Pearl Steward, Francos Slye, Robert White. Marie Howell,
Edward Homanulk
Receiving Class—Honor Roll
Roberta Collins, Hetty Brown, Charlie Wilson and Margaret Berry equal,
James Macdonald and Elliot Dale eq-
uiit, Sheila Heunessy and Allan McPherson equal,
V. M. MncKEN'/.lE
DIVISION XII.
Number enrolled 45.
Perfect attendance 84.
Standing In Class—Sr. 3rd
Florence Finlay, Frank Brennan,
Pearl Snundcrrs. Allan Shaw, Josephine Pascuzzo, John Horle, George
Fanning, Graco Tito. Florence Agland. Harriet Home, Frank Malone,
Gordon Rankins, Blrnie Strachan; Jessie Tito, John Metcalfe. "Walter Fanning, Robert Willis, Jessie Cnssols,
Pat Macdonald, uofrttt'a Roblchaud!
George Kemball, George Pelton, Ruth
Chalender, Sophia McGregor, Kathleen Henderson, Grace McClure,
Joe Little, Isabel Frame, Bertie Macdonald.
I Jr. 3rd-Standing In Claii
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quartette will be the musical attraction, and those who beard this well
known Canadian basso ou Chautauqua
a few*ycars ago recall his fine efforts
at this time. Tbe quartette wears
tlie kilties, and songs to match go
with them, which ought to be enough.
The lecturer for the second day la
Herbert L. Cope, whose subject,
"Family Remedies," prescribes a new
kind of medicine for the ills wlilcli
sometimes assail thc human family,
ly Mr. Cope's remedies are thu kind
Ihal everyone will like to take nml
waul more. He Is said to be the
counterpart of Judge Alden on last
year's program.
Monday will be a big music day,
with the Ellder-Willonghby Ladies'
Orchestra appearing aftornoon nnd evening. This ig nu organization of
eight lady musicians of high talent.
Tliis does not necessarily mean that
ihelr music Is going to all "high
brow," for programs of great variety
are promised which will be appreciated by everyone. Miss Wllloiighby Ik
a Hap drummer wiih all Hie trimmings, while Miss Eiler, the lender,
In a Violinist of merit, who uses u
genuine sirnd. Instrument.   Fenwlck
Chief
there Is to be |
an open date on the afternoon of the
fifth day. when tho children usually'
have first consideration. In the evening tlie Metropolitan players will
present "Mrs. Temple's Telegram,"
an English comedy which lind an extremely successful run in New York,
und which .■"■ mlses to be one of thc
most succi f.u plays Cliautauqua
companies liavo put on,
The closing day brings
Strongbeart, a full blooded Indian,
wlio will appear in costume, In the
afternoon, and present an Interesting
survey of the progress of hts people,
from thc times of tbo battlc-whoop
aud massacres, down to the present
peaceful times. "From Peace Plpo lo
War Trail, and Back Again," is his
announced topic.
Tho closing number on tli
week's program is going lo be one
of the bast, with Davis, the Magician,
on the platform, He hi a master
his art, umi his magic Is practised in
an Instructive kind or way thai mokoft
ii doubly interesting.
'I'lie opinion Is generally expl'
ihat ihe 1022 program prosouts th"
best yel. pul forward by Chautauqua,
and even some who have not hi 111 or lo
manifested much (uteres!  lu the |i
CltANimUOK TRAIN TIMES
NO. 117 DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m.; leave 12.20 p.m.
NO. US IIAI LY- To Ferule, Leth-
bridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.Hi) p.m.
Cranhrook) WycIKTe, Rlmbeilcy Ser.
tlea i
So. B2&—Leave 7.05 a.m.   No.824—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Craubrook, lake Windermere and
l.iiUeu Scriuvr
Monday and Thursday, each week
-NO. 821, leave I) a.m.     Weduendaj
nnd   Saturday—NO. 82*  arrive  5.31
p.m.
r-*r  further   particulars  ai>ply to
y ticket iigc-a'
J. E. PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agent, Calgary
lin i.i mill  Iti'SfjIllttUlt
Cigars, Cigarette-* nml ('and)
Meals at AU IIolth
CRANBRCTOK STREET
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
NeWalli Canadian lyric tenor, appears
wiih the orchestra in tlie evening.
lu the afternoon one of lho host loe-*
Hires of Hie weok is promised by Mr.
Alexander Thompson, on "Present
Day Problems of Self (lovernniont."
He Una been right band man to Premier Lloyd Qeorge behind the scones
as organizer and publicity director,
and Is in touch with tho real problems of the day as few others arc.
lie brings first hand knowledge to the
people, authoritative, convincing, and
delivered as only ah accomplished
speaker can give it out. :
On the fourth day, Emory Parnell,
the one-man hand, presents his eon-1
cert entertainments, the novel nature
of whlcb can be gathered from the
fact thai he plays about 'steeu lnstru-1
ments at once; nnd he does It well
enough to always be asked for more.)
Character readings and drnnyttlc sol-j
actions nlso go to make up bis programs which are announced as "something different," nnd look ns though
they might be.
Another figure In the strong line-up
of lecturers ls Wm. ll. Stout, who
will appear on tbe fourth afternoon*
with "Seeing Lite Whole," which Is
Joel are admitting there is "someihl
i be
to ll."
A strong effort Is going t
lo keep the children out of tli
seals, ami by confining them to tl
I'm 'B ItrfHul Ih GOOD ttroiwl
Ills Pies, Cukes uud Paslry nre
mndo In n lusty manner which
invites 'he most exacting portion to call again, at
thi; mnn: bakkhy
I'lioue 87      ■      Nnrburj Ave.
FOR RENT - G. WJ. ft. HftLL
Omul Floor, Orcssini; Knouts, t'tird Tallies,
Klti'lmn, All Conveniences
• SUITABLE FOR DANCES, MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS OF ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
TUKM8 REASONABLE
I'or Prices nnd Otlier Particulars Enquire
THU STEWARD or SECRETARY, tf. W. V. A. Thursday, June 8th, 1032
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PAOE      FIVK
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
l'liono 210 P.O. Box Wl
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PROV. LAUD SURVEYOR
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DENTIST
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VATIVE LEA1IEIIHIIIP
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i'liyslclans nnd ttnrieom
Offlce at residence, Armstrong
Avantte
.WICK HOURS
Forenoons   I.M to 10.00
Aft. union,   1.00 to   4.00
Kvenlnjs 1.10 to   1.10
Sundays  1.00 to   4.80
I'KANDROOK, 3. C.
IMI. E. II. MILES
IIKXTIST
MDi'i- In  Hanson  Block
OFFICII! 1IOUHS
tl to 12 n.m.
1   to   fi p.m.
ORANBROOK
B.C.
V. M. MA CPU E li SON
Undertaker
I'hono Ml
Niii'luiry Ave, next M City llnll
MONUMENTS
CAMFBKI/L   *   RITCHIE
MONTHKNTAL   CO.
Nelaon
FOR PAINTING
-ABD—
PAPERHANdlNG
it*,
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Phone No. 409
Cranbrook,   .    .    . B. C.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Fracllcnl CommercUl Connie In
Sliortlmnil, Typewriting
Rookkceiilng, CommercUl law
l'ennun.hl.
CommercUl English and
Spelling
DAY   AND   NIOHT   CLASSICS
For l-artk-iitarn Apply to
C. *X. TYLEB, Principal
1'. O. Vox, U, Nelson, B.C
WHY    OPERATE I
When 1II.I-AT0I.A removes gall
sloops In 24 hours without pain and
rolloven appondloitla, stomach and
liver troubles. ContnlnB no potion.
Not sold by druggists.
MRS. OEO. 8. ALMAS
Solo Manufacturer
2!I0 Fourth Ave, So., Suskatoon. Sask.
l'llco 10.60 Phono 4865
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
l'IIA > BROOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Ui'golnr Mealing
IRCOMD  SATURDAY  ot eaeh
month at _ p.m. Id tke Cllj Hall
WOSIEN'S INSTITUTE
Keats In tb,
Parish Hall
aftornuon ol
Orst Tuesday
at > p.m.
Pres:   Mrs.
Constantino
Sec.-troas:    Mrs. John Heiley.
All ladlaa oo-dlallr Incited
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Crnnbrook, IU*.
Meets every Tuesday ut 8 p.m.
In Uio Fraternity Hnll
B. A. Hill, CC.
H. L. Harrison, K.R. ft 8.
R. C. Carr, M.F.
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
OTTAWA. — A slrong rumor lias
been current In parliamentary circles
to the effect Hint Hon. Dr. S. F. Tolmie. Conservative member for Victoria ami ex-tederul minister or agriculture, may become leader or the
Conservative party in British Columbia. Interview by tbo Canadian Press.
Dr. Tolmie admitted that lie had been
approacbetl on the mailer, but at
present hail no statement lo make.
Another name prominently mentioned
in gossip here is that or Hou. H. H.
Stevens, member ror Vnnconver Center, lie was minister ol' trade anil
commerce in Ihe Melghen cabinet.
lu the meantime there cun be no
action taken as to the parly leadership till nfler tho hlg provincial party
convention, whicli is In lake place in
August  al   Vancouver.
ritOV.  -W TIIOItlTII.S
DKCUItt!  WAIC ON
TIIK POTATO HEETI.fi
VICTORIA. Tlu> ruliir.i.l-i potato
boo llu which is Invading tho Interior
nr .iiu.. province, earning from thu
BOtltll  ill   railway trains autl an  well
as traveling by wing ami root, in being warred on in earnest by provincial government exports in an effort
to keep tiie Invasion from spreading
to other parts of Lho province.
Tlie beetlOB ean bo known by the
faet that) they the orange color and
have ton black stripes down tlieir
biu-kH. So fur poultry experts have
lieen unable to produce u chicken thut
will eat  these insects,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LOGGING REGULATION'S
During ihe season May 1 to October
1 it Ih required tlmt loggers keep on
hand the following:
Equipment: Camps employing up
to 12 men, ?» axes, fi mattocks, 6 shovels, fi 10-quurt buckets.
Tliet-e tools must be in good repair,
puintcd rod, set aside and used for no
other purpose than fire fighting.
Requirements: Each nddltionnl unit or portion of each additional unit
of \t men must be provided with an
additional set of tools us outlined
above.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
MRS. A. CRAWFORD, Matron.
Garden Avenue      -   Phone 259
Canaries
GUARANTEED SINGERS
Satisfaction or Money Refunded
Rollers and Yorkshires a
Specialty, from $15.00 up.
Breeding liens.
S. LAWSON
LETHBRIDGE lllllli 1100X8
II.-.  llth St. S.   .    I.elhhrldito
TIIK
WESTERN
SOU.
Pacific Milk Is tlie only milk put
up iu tlir West Hint Ih entirely
n Western -troduot, owned, controlled nml tlie factories oper-
aieil liy clttzons of British Columbia. Itt* purity ami unusual
ricimeM Is due to the high iiual*
Ity of the fresli r.-.llk front the
famous dairy herds of tlle Fraser Valley. Its rich cream flavor is duo lo an Improved profess whieh retains the natural
and very delicate taste of nooii
milk.
PACIFIC MII.K CO, LTD.
Head Odin-, Vanromer
KaelorleiinlAlil>ol»lnrd * l.adaer
I. O. O. F.
HEY CITY LODGE, No. 48
Meets every
.Monday night at
 Clapp's Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited.
T. A. WALLACH, Noble Orand.
W- IL BAHBU. Rec. Saentary.
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOR W. T. TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY NEXT
Morning Service at 11 a.m.,
Morning subject—"Tho Things
Which arc Jesun Christ's."
12 noon—Sunday School.
7,30 p.m.—Evening service.
Evening subject—"Tho Scarlet
Line."
Tuesday, 8 p.m.—B.Y.P.0.
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Prayer meeting.
YOU ARE WBLCOMI
QUESTIONS AM)
ANSWERS ON
FORESTRY
U 1 ..ui told tlmt artificial .silk Ib
made out or Canadian spruce wood.
What is the difference between artificial anil real silk?
A. Artificial silk is practically Hie
sume substance chemically its natural
silk, the retort nud test tube of tlte
client I wl having been culled upon to
convert pulpwood into cellulose und
then iuio silk by mechanical processes
just us tho silk worm within its body
converts the mulberry leaf into cellulose mnl then spina its cocoon. The
artificial silk goods arc sometimes
harsher in feeling than the natural,
hut advanced manufacture i.s rapidly
ollniimitini; this defect.
(.J. How many men are employed
iu Canada's lumber industry and whal
are ihey paid in wages'.'
Ai Tliere ure ahiml sixty thousand
men and tholr wages run to sixty million dollars a year. There are approximately tour thousand wood manufacturing establishments lu Canada
outside of the pulp and paper Industry.
(*[. is it possible for n municipality
io obtain free trees from the Government Nursery and to get free super
vision of tlie planting work?
A. In some provinces provision hat
been made for supplying to any mun
icipality which previously has come
into possession of au area of wasle
land free tree stock from the Government Nursery und supervision of
tlie planting work at the governmeni
expense. It is also provided tiiat the
timber from sueh laud at maturity
shall be the properly of the municipality, The government gets nothing
out of it except tlie performance of n
highly Important public duty.
Q. is there much likolihood of
lumber and wood products iu general
becoming cheaper in tlie next five
years.
A. Tliere probably will he varia*
tions in the present market hut tlie
prospects for what our grandfathers
would call cheap lumber and cheap
paper are rather dim. We are using
up our forest wealth In Canada far
tBBter than nature is growing it and
forest fires are destroying ni|any
times what we annually cut. To keep
our forests in productive condition
more money must be spent upon forest protection, upon tlie burning of
debris, tlie combatting of forest insert
diseases and other constructive measures. The product of the forest must
stand this increased cost so that it is
very doubtful if we will ever see again Canadian lumber and pulp und
paper products ut old-fashioned prices. Tlie trouble is that we Canadians have been living not on the annual increment of Interest of lho forest, but taking a large slice of capital
as well. This of course must stop or
the nation will face actual limber
bankruptcy.
REPORTS ON  FARMING
ACTIVITY  IN   E. K.
WYCLIFFE   NOTES
IIOTKLS WILL BE GIVEN
BEER PRIVILEGES AT
NEXT SESSION OF HOUSE
VANCOUVER. — Announcement is
made ihat at the next session of tlie
legislature of British Columbia in October the liquor laws will be amended
to provide for the freer sale of beer
with tlie Idea of cutting down on the
consumption of hard stuff.
This decision comes on the heels of
a recommendation by tiie Vancouver
city council that standard hotels be
given licenses to sell beer on draught
in order that the so-called beer clubs
which do a great business iu downtown alleys, and which sell whisky
quite openly, may be abolished.
Hon. A. M. Malison, attorney-general, speaking fu Nanaimo last week
said that the people of British Columbia by tlieir vote lind clearly
shown Ihal they did not want prohibition here. Instead, they wanted tiie
government to conduct tlie salo of
liquor in a clean and moderate manner, In order lo avoid tlie present
heavy sale of liquor, tho government
now proposed to make it easier to
get beer and light wines, nnd legislation lo this offect will he presented
to thc house al the next session.
K. BASEBALL IUSTKH I
LEAGUE STANDING)
CENTRAL DIVISION
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Fertile, which no doubl will carry
on some very useful work for lhe
farmers of thut district There is
likely to be an agricultural fair held
in Fernie this coming fall, which
should be a great success, as there
are quite a number of very good herds
of cattle in that district, and also a
number of farmers very much interested In promoting agricultural interests. It this district und the district
of Natal could co-operate and hold
one fair at a central point no doubt
quite a lair would develop in a few
years.
lu going over the dislrict In tin*
past lew weeks 1 have endeavored to
gel into touch with as many as pos*
Blllle of the sheep breeders to obtain
some idea of thc amount of wool that
Is likely to he shipped onl irom cranhrook through the co-operative Association, und i believe -**s large a shipment will be made from Cranbrook on
July luti of this year as has ever heen
made  ilt  the  peal   years.     In   q   latter
from tbe -Secretary of tho B.C Wool
(■rowers Association tl"' following information was received which may be
of interest to the sheep men of the
dislrict:
"The wool market is very ilbcldedly
Improved over last year and wc are
getting numerous Inquiries for wool.
Willie our ideas in Connection with
prices appealed jsomewhat tamuslng
to the irade iu general two weeks
ago. they are commencing to look upon them seriously at preseni, and we
linve already taken in orders -'"-' some
o fthe wools. Our idea of value in
this market for Western Domestic
wools. Semi-Bright and Bright are
as   follows:
Fine Sluple, 28 to 30c; % Bio. Staple, 25 to 27c; % Ul" Staple, 22 to
25c; -', BlO. Staple, 20 lo 2*CJ Low V-i
Blood, 14 to 16c; Fine Clothing, 2« to
28c; % Bio. Cloth, 211 to 26c; % Bio.
Cloth, 21 to 2;ic; Coarse, 1.3c.
The dark wools with the exception of Dow ',4 and Coerso would ho
approximately 2c lower than the above.
The woo] market in Boston has
ecu advancing very rapidly the last
ten days Or two weeks until it is
approximately a poinl equal to foreign wool values plus tlie duty. That
Is all Indications point now that us
well as Canada, United States will
again bo a market for Canadian wools,
lu this connection * we have already
sold a carload this month and we
have received today an enquiry for a
big line of wools from an American
mill.
We trust that under the improved
conditions u goodly quantity of wool
will be coming forward this year
from British Columbia."
(.From Canadian Co-operative Wool
Growers' Letter).
From Boston .Harkel Keporli-i
The new wool clip has shown an
advance of fully 15'. lo 2096 in the
Seaboard markets and rather more
than that ip the West during tlie past
month. Raw wool has continued to
set the pace, and the woolen manufacturers have found it. necessary to
follow In spile of the pressure for
lower pricos. In tho Eastern markets there has been an improved demand for the manufacturers and this
been intensified by the opera-,
tions of the dealers. Most of the business haa been iu the medium and
low grades, fine wools being nearly
ixhausted except for some stock   in
bond Probably 00% of
the "territory" wools, or rather moro
than W7< of the country's entire clip,
amounting to 225,000,000 pounds ex-
lUstve of pulled wool, has passed
from growers' hands to date. .
Current sales of Colonial wools in
London showed an advance of 10%
over the prices prevailing at tlie close
of the previous series, und prices at
the close of the Fast India auctions
in Liverpool were easily 10',"! above
the clo*_e of the preceding series.
Kroin lhe (•rain Growers (■ulde
One of tlie worthiest co-operative
soiling crt'orts yet organized in Canada is that of the Canadian Co-operative Wool (irowers, wtth directors
from ^ch province in Canada except
one. In this organization we have
au excellent example of a national
voluntary pool handling a really important percentage of tho wool clip
of the nation. Volumes could be
written of the good work that tho
wool growers have accomplished
through their sales organization.
B \l Sfmousou and George Dewey,
well known Moose Jaw lumbermen
were in Wycliffe on business for a
few days this week.
K. .1. Farter, ho has been at Clarin-
diile stock farm, Vauxhall, Alta., for
the past three months, paid a visit
to Wycllffe on Saturday, returning to
Vauxhall on Wednesday-
Mrs. E. L. Staples and two children.
Lilla Cluire and Buddie, who have
been spending tlie winter in Pasadena, Cal.. returned home on Tuesday.
Floyd Albertson arrived home from
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where he has
been  attending  school.
Pat Logan and J. H. Buster Huffman, loft on Thursday for Nelson and
{other places. Buster filled the position of short stop ou our ball team
and Pat was center fielder, umpire or
bat boy as the Hplrlt moved him. Busier will he much missed by the ladles
of the district.
TIME FOH SOLDIER
INSUUNCE SCHEME
G KITING SHORT NOW
Early iu July tbe principal Koolenay centers will be visited by W. J.
Hooper of tbe soldiers' civil re-estab-
lishmcut department, Vancouver,
wiio will give addresses on soldiers'
insurance, under tiie auspices of the
various G.W.V.A. branches. While
ihe itinerary is only now being made
up, provisionally July -Sth haa beeu
set for the meeting lu Cranbrook.
Tlie time for making applications
for soldiers' Insurance is fast dwindling, and another corner was turned on June 1, only three months being left after thai date.
No doubt after September 1 there
will be thousands or men to kick because applications will be no longer
accepted. There will also be Home
to claim they never knew there was a
lime limit—there always are, even in
a case like this, where for -two years
everything lias been done to get men
to make a little provision for their
dependents, not even a physical examination being required.
Whatever local condition facilitate
Mr. Hooper seems lo be trying to arrange meetings at or near noon, so as
to have tlie atfernoons In which to
assist those who wish to take out
policies.
Four Reasons Why You
Should Buy a Prest-O-Lite
Standard equipment on fie majority of
Canadian-built Motor Cara.
100 per cent. Canadian-made from raw
material to finished battery.
More than 800 Service Stations in Canada.
The  oldest  service  to  motorists in
North America.
Kootenay   Garage
Cranbrook B.C.
SALVATION ARMY certainly a splendid   success.   Ths
MI'IK-WKMAI   AI'l'I'.ll.       amounl  *,.,  by headquarters ol   the
A GREAT SUCCESS Army vra, <_:,ii,m. end thla was es-
  ceeded by M10.00   The Army Captain
The Salvation    Army    Sell-Deniallslle*1 '" lU"'- *-'l "•*•*- S'iV'' " I-*-"
a.peal In ihe? Oranbrook dlstrlcl was erally.
%m pot-wosdim
Winnipeg, Man.— The Financial
Time., in ita latest Burvey ot Western Cunudian crop conditions, slates
thnt the wheat yield this year should
he the most valuable the West has
ever produced, worth at least half a
billion dollars.
TIIE   WEATHER  BULLETIN
Official thermometer readings tt
Cranbrook.
Max. Min.
June 1   86 36
Juife 2   89 39
June 3   88 43
June A   87 46
Juue 6  81 49
June C  71 40
June 7   60 46
SBfJP Enameled Ware has ***
the smooth surface and polish of
fine crockery—without the breakage. And it is so very easy to clean
—just like china, and therefore
makes light work of pot washing.
Whenever you are buying kitchen
Utensils be sure they carry the
SfilP   trade-mark.
Diamond Ware is a three-coated
enameled steel, sky blue and white
outside with a snowy white lining.
Pearl Ware is a two-coated enameled
steel, pearl grey outside and inside.
You can't go wrong if you buy either.
Ask for
Pearl Ware or
Diamond Ware
"■Sheet Metal Products Co °'"n"
MONTREAL    TC ">C'*TO      WINNIPEG
EDMONTON    VANCOUVER      CAL0AAY %%
tm
m*\
BUILT BETTER
than Cars ihat Cost More-
SALVATION AHMV
PIKIl'Eli'l'V HERE TO
IMIIIMiO   KEI'AIIIS
Games next Sunday, June llth
Cranbrook at Wardner, Kimberley iit
Wycllffe, Yahk Idle.
Kimberley lost for the first lime
this season to Cranbrook on the homo
diamond last Sunday. The Crauhrouk
boys were slugging hard, Green was
hard to hit and Adamson caught a
good game. Batteries were: Cranbrook, Grten and Adumson; Klmberley, Musser Crenr and Johnson.
Wardner trimmed Vahk 12-10 on
the Yahk diamond on Sunday. Hlltlng
was heavy on both sldos, Baum coming acrosH with a homer. Batteries:
Yahk, Brayne and Redman; Wardner,
Mitchell and Mlckcns.
Wycliffe played an exhibition game
at Creston ou Bnnday, coming out
tur victor* with Ika score ol 14-10.
while the Divisional Commander of
the Salvation Army has been In the
clly for a dny or two, he 1ms let Ihe
contract for ihe repairing und painting ot tho Salvation Army Hnll to
Jones &■ Doris. This Includes Iho
straightening ot Hie building and
beaver-boarding the olHeer's quarters.
CALGARY, Alta.—Paul 0'I.cory, representing n parly of Central American capitalists, wns In this city recently io Investigate the possibilities
ot wheat growing on a Inrge scale lu
lho Canadian Wosl. It Is intended to
operate thirty thousand acres.
The Wycllffe boys were hlltlng Klm-
borley hard and McPeake pul one ovor tho rlahl field fence fnr n home
run In (he seventh Inning. Batteries]
Wycliffe, Uwis and Mel'eakn; Creston, Klmberley and Telford.
A CAREFUL analysis of the construction
/\ and complete equipment of the
Light-Six will convince you that it has no
duplicate in value in the light car class.
For instance, the machining of the crank
shaft and connecting rods on all surfaces is
a manufacturing practice that is found only
on the costlier cars.
This particular operation is mainly responsible for the fine balance of the Light-Six
motor and its remarkable freedom from vibration at all speeds. It also has an important bearing on the wearing quality of the
car and on its long-lived, dependable service.
The exceptional values in the Light-Six arc
possible because practically every part that
goes into thecar is manufactured complete by
Studebaker. Parts-makers' profilsarelargely
eliminated. Important savings through better methods and bigger volume permit greater
value to be given the buyer.
From the standpoint of shrewd investment
you should find out why the Light-Six offers
you so much more for your money in performance, service and economy.
Tin's Is a Studchak" M™
F. H. DEZALL
Cranbrook, B.C.
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
Include* cowl ventilator oper-
htt-ij from thr initrument
bonrd; tow! ptrldng ItgnUtt
blMO- windshield: inmdcand
outside door Imndlei; large,
reclnngul.tr pUtfl giais window in rear mrUin; ignition
lock and ii thief-proof tran»-
tniision lock, reducing the
rale of in-iur-ircc to Light-Six
owner**-. 15 to 20 iwrcent: tnd
cord tires
LIGHT-SIX PRICF-S
5Pn«... 1.2' W. B..40H, P.
Touring .   .  $1495
Roadster O-Pa-M.).    .     1495
Cot:.* Roadster
(2-Paas.) ....     1925
Sedan       2425
/ e.e.H,]lkrretH,,Or,lerta
District Agent
Canada"
Vt
X4 PAGK    SIX
THK      CRANBROOK      HERAID
Thursday, .lum- 8th, 11122
Anything from
a Broom to a
Car.
Ruckman's
Auctioneer & Second
Hand Store
Cor. Poimlck Ave, A linker St.
OPPOSITE MASONIC TKMI'LV.
P.O. BOX Oft, TKIiBPHOXII MS
Our Sprint! sliiprnuut ut Cougoleum
Hugs Ls now in and on display.
W. P. DORAN,
Our low prices win every time
+   +   +
Thu Interruptions to tho light anO
power service width  imve been oc-
curing  Binc-pl Uie Hull  River power
i was turned into the city lines, are possibly to be expected at the inception
of ii  new project ol' this kind,    but
j should nlso tend to bring home to the
l people ot" the city  that the service
] they formeryl enjoyed from the city
I power plant was Of a high order tn
deed.    There have  been more iuier-
J nipliotis lo the power shite the Hues
were  changed over  than  usually oo-
curred in the former city service In n
whole yeur or more.
■+    +    +
Fidelity,    Judicial    und    Contracl
Bonda furnished by Beal
+    +    T
uid 1m> if ai
151 wa
it
it   lh
>d Llitng to
mule clttze
City Items of Tntemt
Insure with Uealo & Blwell,
+    +    +
A dance nud whist drive In aid of
thu Cottage Hospital was held In tliu
Veterans' Hall mi Friday, June -nd.
The winners at the whist drive were:
ladies' flrBt, .Mrs. Hodgson; booby
Mra. V. Robertson; gentlemen's first,
Mr. Archlcliuck; booby, Alt". Knight.
Dancing was held rrom 10 till 2, Robinson 'j_ 5-plece orchestra furnishing
the music lit their usual excellent
style. Dainty refreshments were pro
vided, bul owing lo the hot weathui
there was not as good a crowd aa
wus expected. A statement of thu
dance will be given next week. The
committee in charge hope at a future
dale to hold a lawn social for the
benefit of thu Cottage Hospital. The
winner ot the crochetted yoke raffled
at this lime tor the same object wus
Mrs. Llewollyn, with ticket No. 118,
+   +   t
We liavo just received our Spring
shipment or Linoleum.   Prices $1.10
per square yard.
Our low prices win every time.
W. I'1- UOItAN.
Mis. W. H. llrubb has left the city
'or three or four weeks and is vislt-
ng iu Revelstoke.
The   Methodist   I,adios'
meet nt the homo of Mrs. J.
vis on Tuesday, June nth, at
Mrs. Elmer Carver, who has been
vlBlllna friends ai Jaffray tor about!
weeks, returned to her home here',
the end of lust week.
Mrs
ilay   I*
of
uboul
Morn.
nni Mi
ll  I he ■
Tin- i
A. E, Leigh is leaving Sun-
i- ihe Old Country on a visit
three months.
-On .Monthly. June 6tli, to Mr.
Joe Pisher, of Haynes hake,
iiiuge Hospital, a daughter.
.   Indie
monthly meeting oi' the
ill Ik- held mi Tuesday
,i week ui the ciiy hall.
owo entertained a nuni-
ut her lu uu- on Van
Friday la.t, and a ver>
Miss 1.. Armstro
Commerce staff is
present, which slu*
Coast.
ig or the Bank of
ou her vacation at I ]
is --pending at lhe
Thos. Caven  is now lo he seen at
iho wheel or n McLaughlin runaboul
cur.   which   hu   hus   purchased   I'rom
tiny Mnhnffer.
If you are thinking ol tl piano lor
the home call at the Pink Mercantile
Co. and gel delails ot llu* Willis. Vou
will havo a Willis -.
again i ids year.
11,,. rlmuiaiiMii
+   -f   4
Stephen   Magro   was   Ihis   week
up
thai same desire 'or a clean-up w
every spring thai Beams lo Incite
orgies   ol'   the   female   members
e community,   Bui lol tholr ei
us be confined io the yards, lo
sidewalks,   I lie   QUtbUtltllngf.   ami
alleys.   They could then gel rove
tor having io hum for their bod or
tlie dining room table during house-
cteaiHng week by changing tho ash
can on a different side oi the fence,—
Exchange,
+   -t-   ■+■
This Is 1'rliHTss I'al Hah- Sei Week.
Look ai our Window ror the lug display.   Keal human hair nets only Un*.
each   at
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE.
+ + +
The Fertile Farmers Institute has
sutured the services of Angus L. Uuy.
dlstrlcl agriculturist, with headquarters in Craubrook, lo give a lecture
illustrated with lantern slides in the
basement -of tho United Church on
Monday, June 12, al 8,30 p in. The
lecture will he a boon not only io the
farmers but also to the nature study
class of the public school. Everybody welcome and all il will cost Is
merely the time to attend. -Fernle
Free Press.
+ + +
Note the pure quality of the Willis
Piano at the Cranbrook Chautauqua.
These magnificent Instruments may
be purchased on inn von lent lerins
uud at prices to suit all pocket books.
Fink Mercantile Co., Agents.        16
4-   +   +
The Utiles* Aid of   Knox Church
.Mrs.
eturn.
before Magistrate John Leask, charged | will give a Tua on Tuesday afternoon
wiih   being   found   iu   possession    of
portions nt' a  still  lor illicitly making   whisky,    lie  was  fined  f-iOl)  on
lbl3  charge.    A   weok   previous    he
bad a fine ol'  >,'■<" imposed lor being
found in .possession of whiskey    not
bearing   Lha government  seal.    The
charges were  laid by lhe R.C.M.P
the provincial police assisting in tbe
case.   ,-\ii appeal la being entered.
■+■   +   +
A Safety Deposit Box wiih Beale &
Elweli gives you perfect protection
for your valuable documents, at minimum cost.
+   +   +
Mr. .lusticu Gregory, a supreme
court Judge foi- the province of British Columbia, has been In thc city
this week In the course of a circuit
In the Easl Koolenay. The judge
commented on the absence of serious
crime iu Ihis section, having only two
cases at   Nelson,   none here, and one
at Fernle, outside of some mutter!. In
tho form of motions, etc., with which
ho had lo deal. He lull lor Fernie
on Wednesday evening's train.
';      +    +
• Beale a Elweli, steamship agents,
will ship you io all European points.
Rates  and  sailings  on  application.
■ircuil
west
If
ol' next  weok, June l.'.lb, at Ihe Knox
Church Manse. II
"Canadian Best" piano Is both Can
udiaii    and    British     through     and
through.    Bulll   by Canadian    labor
ami financed    by   Canadian   capital
the Willis stands for the highest Id*
eals in  piano    construction.    Again
selected  for  the Chautauqua
In   British   Columbia  and   th
Fink Mercantile Co., Agents.
+   +   +
TUNGSTEN LAMPS—Ifi watt, 85c;
24, -10 and 50 watt, 40c; 100 watt Nitrogen, $1.00; 150 wall Nitrogen $1.85.
VV.   F.   DORAN,
Our Prices Win Kvery Time.
+    +    +
The monthly meeting of Iho Police
Commissioners was held on Tuesday
veiling lust, Commissioners MacKinnon and Shankland being present, and
His Worship the Mayor, lu the chair
The Chief of Police submitted lib
monthly report for May, showing I
total of -0 cases before the court dur
ing thc month, classified as follows:
Vagrancy IS. theft I, intoxication "
Motor Vehicles Acl fl, assault I. iu
corrigible l, aud contraventions a
tbo Rallwuy Act 2. The matter of
establishing a Juvenile Court was
laid over until next meeting
Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co.,
TOWRISS   ii   ADAMS
SAND
and
GRAVEL
LUMBER
COAL
and
WOOD
HXC.tVATINO  AMI  MOVING  DCIUtlNOS
IHS'IIIIIU Tl(»\ (Alls A SPECIALTY
I'liniiturt* ami llatririmT Trnnsferroil
Packed
or
Stored
TEAMS IIV DAY (Ml HOUR (IN SHORT NOTteE
ii«   v ii o n i.   ii a
Fall Fair for Cranbrook
PUBLIC MEETING
of iill Interested in the movement to re-establish the
Cranbrook  Fall   Fair
Will he held in Iho
City Hall, Monday Evening, June 12
at 8.80 p.m.
AN URGENT REQUEST IS HXTHMDBD TO ALL WHO CAN POSSIBLY ATTEND TO BE PRESENT AT THIS TIME.fbtl Means Yon!
Kill
.Mrs.
be K.
len A
mi
Mr.
i   ih
K. 1.. Staples and two child rell
,1 ui ihe beginning of (his week
all fo Hi In where ihey huve been
IK  llu*   winter.
M, J. Bumi'ord has purchased
M. Miicl-Mii-rntm lunisu on Gar-
nuto, und will occupy it in due
with  her -sun.
Willie Wiles, Sergeant-Major
Provincial Industrial Uoys
mi, iB home again. Wliile he wns
e he was made hand  supervisor,
rs. Lloyd Harris and   daughters
veil today. Thursday, Irom Pentlc-
nnd will visit for a time with Mr.
Mrs.   B,   A.   Moorhouse  nl'  Ibis
city.
Mrs. C. I'*. Bromley, ..t Calgary, wa*
n tbe ciiy over last week-end, visit
nc at the homo of her sister, Mrs. 11
■?. Moffatt. She arrived on Sutur-
lay and returned to her home the
middle of this week.
Mrs. S. Ilenibry, who has bees seriously ill fur a long time past at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. II. J.. Harrison, was removed on Thursday
to the St. Eugene Hospital, where
her condition slill remains unchanged,
Mrs. 11. E. Jecks returned to the
city from Lethbrldge on Wednesday
accompanied by her sun Horatio, who
Will remain here for some time i
valesclng, recently having undergone
an operation at the Gall Hospital,
Lethbridge.
Ml
Mrs. Bishop, formerly of Columhlr
Gardens, near Trail, who has been
visiting ul lhe home of her son. R. H
Bishop, on Hu* Fish Luke road, will
be leaving shortly to join her husband
who fs tit present with another son on
a farm in Alberta.
Burwell Avenue' is undergoing -a
brightening up process Ihis week
John Gard hnvlng taken in hand llu
work of pulnting up ibe residence oi
Alderman Balment.'while In the next
block Alderman Moir Is ulso getting
his shingled residence stained.
Huve I.lml, Hither. Watson, am
WiHiam Mania were arrested during
ihe week on n clierge of assaulting
Thomas .Mullen on thc night of Sal
urday. June 3rd. The accused ar.
meantime at liberty on ball, the case
coming up for lieiu'lng nu the 14th
Inst.
Brig-Gen. Coombs and Adjutant
Clark, of the Salvation Army Van
eouvor headquarters, were In the eity
for a day or two Ihis week. They
curried out a periodical Inspection of
the local Army work and have let
the contract for repairs to the Army
quart ors here.
Dr. and Mrs. H. Parsons and It. O.
Lancaster of Hed Deer, motored
through the city this week enroute
lo the Pacific Coast through the
Crows Nest Pass. Mr. and Mrs. (
Dawson of Moose Jaw. ulso motored
through nn their way to Vuncoiiver,
slopping hero enroute.
ti. J. Spreull linn removed IiIh law
ofllce Binca uboul the firttti of the
month from his runner quarters over
(he lloval Bank In tbe Hanson Block
to a new location tu thu west half ot
thc Haworth building a few doors up
Baker Street, which has recently
beeu fitted up for tills purpose.
Tho provincial and dominion employment bureau has now moved back
io lis obi location in Uio Raworth
building cast of the Royal Hank, alterations lo the interior of the place
Having been completed. The Hoard of
Trade ure making arrangements to
have an office in this building at Ihe
rear of the employment bureau, where
Mr. Fred Small tho sc.rotary, will
be in charge of the headquarters of
tin- organization.
There Is a strong possibility that
„llic Homeslake Mining Company may
soon he operating strongly -ou tholr
Perry Creek free-milling quart'/, property. An offer lifts been made from
an outside source to install a stamp
mill on tho property if a certain amount of additional capital, which
seems small In face of Ibe pnaslblllt-
ii's of tbe property, Ih raised locally.
There nre large bodies of quartz ot
proven value readily available on thel
company's property. I
Wm. II. Prost, ul one time well
known iu lhe Easl Kootenay as ihe
ider of large land Interests nl Bay-
s Luke and Klko, was in tho Clt)
r ii duy early lilts Week. Ho now
Bid oh ui Spokane. Uo slill retains
1 inl crest a lu a trncl at laud ul El-
*, and wus on n buslnoss visit horo.
The
eity
now
has ;
. ni i
n In thc t
orn-
etery
oirgfl
gcd
iu  c
loi II
Hlg       Up
tlu
place
uud
gener
ally
puti
im; it In
bet
ter c<
mditl
on.   '
riils
is D
lone tho
11m
of net Ion
whlcl
i iiu
l i ii
y council
hu.
been
nskoi
1    IO
put
intu
effect
foi
some
time.
and
gnoi
1 re:
ittltfl are
not.
being
seen
in tl
■ c work
done thei
'e.
Unless you are individually fitted with glasses that scientifically meel your needs, you will
pay the penalty for your neglect.
Let us supply your glasses
NOW
The lime to attend to this is before your eyesight is fatally Impaired.
Vou can safety neglect almost
anything in this world —
except your eyes.
W. H. Wijson
MFO,  OPTICIAN
Special, .1 Buys only, commencing
Saturday, June 10th, 16c Lightning
Aluminum Assort ment consisting of
25c, 85c, SOc and 75c articles—your
choice at 15c each.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
This is shearing time on the sheep
ranches of the district, and it is expected there will be quite p substantial clip from this district. Al. Doyle
of Fort Steele lias a flock of somewhere iu the neighborhood of seven
hundred sheep, ami Mr. t'ox of tllfl
Mission about the same number, J. H.
Walkb-y of this city ulso has quile a
sizeable flock.
P. C. Morris is leaving on Friday
of ihis week for Victoria where he
will all end sessions of lhe Grand
Utlgo. I.O.O.F.. as one of the dele-
Kates from thc local lodge, and will
also visit relutives near Victoria. He
lias bsen granted one week's leave
uf absence by the School Board from
his work ai the manual Iruininp
school. Mr. Harry White, us a Brand
lodge ollicer, and W. S. Johnson are
also attending, loavlng Saturday ot
Sunday.
Mrs. C. O. Main wag visiting in the
elti f.r u few days ever lust weekend, ii visitor ul the home of Mr. und
Mrs. W. E. Worden. Her husband.
formerly Hi v. C. O. Main, who was
mist or of i lie Presbyterian Cluircl*
here a few years ago, is now entwined
iu high school work al Portland,
where the famllv now makes their
home. Mrs. Main had the opportunity to meel many obi friends while
here, und also made a visit lo Jaffray
nml Baynes Lake visiting friends
there. She left on Monday Tor Vernon, wliere she will visit for a short
time before proceeding on to the
Coast.
Acting upon medical advice, .1. S.
Thornley, who has been on lhe Herald stuff fnr the past eighteen month ,
or more, with Mrs. Thornley and family, will be leaving the city about ihe
end of ihe month. Tbey will probably
locale in Oliver lu the Southern Okanagan, where it is expeted the considerably lower altitude will be of
benefit to Mr. Thornley. He was
one o'' the prime movers in the or-
ganlssnllou of Ihe Cranbrook Musical
Society, and also in thc re-organization of the city hand, and will be
missed in other circles as well.
NOTICE
Members of ihe Oddfellow and He
bekah Lodges und Durham Encampment will meel at the Auditorium on
Tuesday evening next, Juno Kith, al
7.46 pm.. when they will proceed In
cars to ihe Cemetery for the purpose
of holding Annual Memorial and Decoration Hay Services, Ail membera
are requested to utlend, wllh floral
tributes If possible.
J. K. Chorlton
TEACHl.il OP
'CELLO and VIOLIN
TERMS    -     ?l Por Ubboii
III HANSON AVENCK
— l'liono 820 —
Oet Your
Shoes Repaired
i>y
A. Strange
lull   Hint   of   Hoots   and
Sliors In Stork.
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
We nre pleased lo see MlBB 1. V.
Beocli ahout again alter having her
lonslls removed at the St. EllgOtlfl
Hospital  lust  week.
Li.;-iei* Clapp left on Tuesday
this week for Rochester, Minn., where
at- will have a consultation al (bo celebrated Mayo tiros.' clinic Mrs.
Clapp nccon panled blm on the Journey.
Miss M. Wheeler, a missionary from
China on furlough, will be lu the
city next week-end, u guest at the
homo Of Air. and Mrs. A. \V. Hodgson.
She will arrive this week-end, nnd
leave aualu ou Monday for Fernle. On
Sunday evening Miss Wheeler will oc
ctlpy tiie pulpit of the Metliodlst
Church here.
The Willis piano ha** again heen se
lecled for use by the Chautauqua*clr
cult. Tliu artists ull have the highest
praiso for "Canadian Best" piano,
Pink Mercantile Co., Agents. 15
Close upon an inch of rain has fallen this week In the district, ami thi
end of it does not seem In sight yet.
Nevertheless uo one is objecting,
since crop pMospeds for the farmers
are boosted ahout one hundred por
cent., and a like spell every two or
three weeks through ihe -season would
make most people feel thai Kast Koo
tenay i; getting belter every yenr.
Word hag come to the city that H
J. Binning, who recently went from
this city to Barrle, Out., had a nar
row escape from suffering u loss by
flro there. He had some goods in
connection wiih the new business he
acquired in n building from which he
was m'.ivlng lo a new location, and
only bud them out a tew hours when
/Ire broke oui in the old quarters.
A crew of C.I'.H. painters have
been busy tbis week repainting the
V.M.C.A. building, pulling two coats
on lite exterior, and also giving the
fnterlor of ihe building some attention. This Ktruer of ibe clly Is one
ct lho hrlglil spots In Ihe place ami il
(be plans for the plot adjoining ll
are brought to maturity, the appearance of that section will be still further enhanced.
Tbo million dollar rains ou the
prairies about this time of the year
had their counterpart in tho downpour which visited the city -on Mon-
ray of this week when over half an
inch of ruin fell, ureal ly to everyone's suiisfuetion, aud especially gratifying to the furmors of the district.
Il is early in the season yet to prognosticate, but the farms uro looking
well so fur. and forth or east on the
prairies crop prospects are said to he
ihe IjqbI in ihe history of the Wesl.
Now (hat the school holiday.*, are
coming along, tho kiddies will be
thinking of vacation time, and Ihe
competition Instituted by the Beattie*
Noble Drug Store for lhe extermination ot grphers lu thla district Is
wortii while looking into. Children
on the prairies In the Bummer earn
quite respectable sums this way, and
It is questionable If the gophers are
any thicker there man Ihey have become here »if bile. The governmeni
has recognized the growing menace
io Hie agricultural Inierests particularly. 0.1(1 has put nu a gopher bounty, which means Ihul there Ik going
in be something in gopher limiting,
whether a kiddy wins any of the substantia) prison that are offered or not
SUNNY SAM says there
wero never before such
prospects of ait excellent
crop of all kinds of grain
in Western Canada. All
through Alberta they have
had excellent rains, and In
some parts four inches  of
snow.     No   wonder   tlie
smile is spreading all ovor Sam's face; and lie says there
never was anything that is BO contagious as happiness, hut
he adds dial ho roally bellevofl then1 arc sume people who
get inoculated to prevent catching il- Well, llianh goodness, he says, lltese nice showers will wash away all Ibe
gloom and we will all sblne l'orih the way we were Intended in, with smiles so large il will take the biggest si/f
camera to get it.
Sam says that big concentrator at Kimberley will cost
many thousands of dollars and wil! be one of Hi,1 biggeal
gloom chasers yet. if ibe Consolidated have confidence
jjj enough in Ibe country lo spend so much money the rest
of us should stop knocking and gel busy— and Sam's right.
At.KNTS FOR WILMS TIANOS
SEE THK 1VIIXIS PIANOS NOW 11 EKE
George J. Spreull
Barrister & Solicitor
HAS MOVED TO NEW OFFICES ON BAKER
STREET, A FEW DOORS HAST (W
TIIK ROYAL BANK
The Ontario potato bug has made
it-, appearance at Wardner. 'this iu
its first apponranco In tho provinco
uf British ( uiu tn bin and ihe fur mem
at Creston 'und ncltihivlnt' pmnla
are very mu.h worried,—Fornie Free
Vresa.
_
Business is reported quite brisk in
railroad circles, despite the Fernle
coal strike which cuts down the
movement of that commodity somewhat. More motive power is being
[tut Into Crnnbrook by the company,
a need which has been felt iu (he mechanical department for some lime.
Travel to England
and Soot In ml via St. Lawrence
Route
[.AIUll! (OMHUtTAItl.K SI 1AMKits
— ItKASONABliE RATKS -
MONTREAL - PLYMOUTH - CHER-
BOUna   -   LONDON
Aiuhinla—Juno 17,  July -._!,  Aug. -0.
Anlonia—July l.   Aug.  r,,   Sept. P.
MONTREAL - LiVKUPOOh
Tyrrhooln—-Juno 27, July 2fi, Sept. '2.
Albania--July 15,   Aug. 1ft.   Sept. 28,
MONTREAL TO GLASOOW
Siiturniii  -June Hi,   July 14,   Atlg, 11,
'ussjiiidra—June HO, July 28, Aur. 26.
NEW YORK - CHERBOURG AND
SOUTHAMPTON
Borengavla - June 20.
Man rot an la—Juno 27.
_(|uitnnln—July -l, Auk. 1, Sept. 12.
Money orders anil drafts al lowest
rates.   Full Information from Ageuta
or Company's Olllce, »S22 Unutlngu St.,
W-, Vancouvor, Plione Soy. 21148.
l-J-17
WINNIPEG, Mun.—A total of 7,110
persons entered Western Canada from
the I'nited States during the kIx
months eliding June BO, 1081. They
brought with them personal wealth to
the value of $2,445,804, and effects
worth 1702,45:1. Out of tbe total number of Immigrants, 2.UOO gavo tbelr
occupation ub agriculturists and will
engage In farming ou the prairies. Of
the total, 4,888 were United States citizens, wliile the balance, 2.21S. were
composed of Britishers, Frenchmen,
Canadians und Scandinavians,
Mrs R. W. Edmonson
Certified Teacher, 1..C.M.
I'lANOt'Oim: TUITION
FENWICK AVKNUK
lMiolie  «Ht
Winnipeg, Man.—The bee-keeping
industry Is making rapid headway in
Multiloba and ihe outlook for a lurge
iuiiiey crop this year is very bright.
Bee-keeping demonstrations are being
held at different places in the province. In the Swan Itiver Valley hi
Northern Manitoba, J. c. Dodge reports a return of $i,r<on jn honey in
one season from thirty-three hives.
A settler at Dominion City reports
ihat from a stray swarm that eumo
to his farm six yoars ago he now bus
seventy-six eolouies aud Inst yonr
sold over two tons of honey ul 38
cents a pound.
WANT AOS.
!4T.\ii smrni BAM) HTU iti-:
riM-iii. ».
We pay the best prices going for till
klnilu   of   furniture.      W ■ buy anything from a ntoutte trap to nn automobile.
W.   W.  Kllby, Auctioneer and  Valuer
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WANTED
IMMEDIATELY
SECOND HANI) I-1GIIT
PRMOCIUT. APPLY
IN FIRST INSTANCE
AT HERALD OFFICE .
WANTi.ii  Coiiciote pilxar lo lilro of
liiircliiiHit. I'lirilmiliirn la Vlckera
(■(intra.Uni. Co. Ud., 14118 Dominion
Building, Vancouver, lie.        1CU
LOST.—In Jills ciiy on llio 2.lnl or
Mny, (iiilTl ult-ncl ring, lilooilHlone
set. Notify 13, W. Wur.en, Fort
Btoolo, or leave wont ut Herald Office. 14 If
FOll SAI.K Oil l..\'('IIAN<IR—Top
buggy, polo mul eliafle, all lu good
repair. J. M. Dolierly, P.O., Oranbrook, D.O. 18-15
FOR SALE—Owner 0 Cylinder Touring Oar In Al condition, cheap for
rusll.    1-liono  210. Oil'
WANTED—Second hand water power
washing machine, In good ihnpe.
Phon. Ml t-tt

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