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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VCt'Or/'i
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
rmmsDAY, February aotu wis
FIRST HALF HF BOWLINS
ITJ.0EDWT0 CLOSE
Now Best"  Retween All  Stars in*
Maple Leah
The first half of the Y.M.C.A Bowling League will end on Monday next
when the Despatchers nnd Supt's Offico meet. The All Stars and Maple
Leafs will Battle on Friday night at
8.30 and ns tho team that wins this
game will In all probability finish
at tho top, (treat interest is in ovl- j
deuce.
There wero threo Rood gomes piny- ■
od during tlie past week. On Wednos-
day, Fob, UUl tho Officers broke Into
tho win column by taking threo out
oi four points from lhe DOBlMtotlON.!
On Friday, the 14th, Hie Oosisilchors I
came back strong and took four
straight points from lho school, put-1
ling lliul leiim mil of lhe running fori
the first half.
Monday, February 17ih saw lhe All 1
Slurs nml Supt's Offico tho former I
laklng Ihroo out of the four Huts.    [
Tbe Standing
Maplo Leafs   4
All Stars      5
Despatchers     5
Schools       4
Supt's Office    4
Shops     4
Officers     4
High Score to Date
W. E. Leaman (Maple Leafs) 229
High Avenge to date
II. Hannah (Despatchers)  175.
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15
9
7
6
5
a
IUIIIIL.H
"Revelation" which is booked for u
two days run at the Rex Theatre this
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21 and 22,
brings to tho theatre patrons of Cranbrook a Stor ond play far out of the
ordinary in the annals of moving pic.
tures. There Is such an Ideal touch
ot art In abundance throughout the
entire eight reels of this play of 'Mystery, Witchery and Charm' thnt one
is fairly lost to all realization that
they are seated in a theatre gating
upon the marvelous illusion of fleeting shadows upon an Illuminated
screen. The moving picture of today
has achieved a marked development
through the genius of the world's
greatest masters of ' entertainment.
Moving pictures are like literature,
there is p.-rest-variety. In thii. "Revelation'' are to be found a story beautifully told with sensational and enchanting situations rounded out along
the lines of those works which you
will find In the better volumes of
great books or plays. It is needles*
to say that those who hove looked
on the moving picture In the past few
years as of only a pnssby amusement,
anil those few that have not patronized the theatres, will after more of
such pictures have been brought to
Ihelr attention, doubtless lay away
their books, leave the fireside and
find an evening of the clean, high cal-
COMMITTEE INTERVIEWS
FED. MEMBERS HERE
A committee composed of lhe following waited on Dr. Bonnell and
Hon. U. Green, members of the Federal House for East und West Kootenay, at tlie (.ranbrook Hotel parlors
on Saturday night of last week: G. J.
Spreull, president board of trade; J.
P, Kink, president Merchants Association; % H. Wilson, secretary or
Cranbrook iuto Asso.; BJ, H. McPhee,
P. M. MacPherson, C. W. Hallamore,
P. 1>. Robertson nnd W. A. Nlsbet. The
committee presented a resolution asking for the Immediate construction of
the National Highway through the
Grows Nos! Push route, also tlie completion of the Banff-Windermere
Automobile mute. Dr. Bonnell stated that lie woudi support the Immediate construction of the National highway and he would certainly favor tlie
Southern route, as so much of ll was
already completed, and because of lis
geographical position It would naturally be passable for a much longer
period than the northern route. The
question of National Highway was
brought up nt the Inst session of tlie
house, and lie was assured from the
engineer's report that the southern
route hud the greatest possibilities.
Now that the war was practically over
a period of reconstruction was about
to begin, he felt sure mat tlie Dominion government would immediately
commence work on thc much talked
of National Highway, whicli would to
a great extent solve tho returned soldier labor problem. Dr. Bonnoll Intimated however that up to the present he had had no ot'icial notice that
the work on the Highway would he
immediately undertaken by the government.
The question of the location of the
North West Mounted Police In Kast
Kootenay was thc next matter brought
to the attention of Dr. Bonnell, ami
the Dr. stated that if the Police were
located in East Kootenay. lie had no
doubt that the headquarters would be
thoroughly investigated by the government and would be placed at the
most central and economical point
where they could serve the greatest
number In the district at as small expense as possible.
Hon. R. Green spoke along similar
lines and said he also favored tlie
southern route for the Highway as
this was already completed from the
prairie to Creston. and was In very
good shape at the present time. With
a comparative small expendHtrrc this
road could be put in first claHs condition and would also serve the tourist
traffic coming up from the States by
way of Kingsgnte.
The president of the Board <-f Trade
thanked the members for the privilege
of an Interview and felt sure that the
different matters could lie confidently
left in their hands, knowing thnt they
would look after them to the best Interests of the Kootenays.
Iber thnt shall provide n pleasant diversion from the usual routine of daily
affairs.
PKTEB WEIGHT FAILED TO
SPEAK HEBE SUNDAY NU-HT
The Executive of the (.'ranbrook
branch of the Navy League much
regret that notwithstanding continued efforts up to the last moment to have Mr. Wright speak here
on Sunday evening last a* arranged, they tailed. As late as
midday on Sunday he was expected to come, as on Saturday evening a wire was received from Provincial Headquarters stating that
they had wired Mr. Wright, then
iu Nelson, to speak here us arranged instead of Trail, and it was
presumed be would come. When
It was found that he was not on
the train nothing remained to be
done but to concei me meeting
and take all possible steps lo
make it known.   In Justice to Mr.
Wright It should he salil that his
arrangements appear to have been
dtsorgattltod by unauthorised parties.
GROWS NEST PISS
Fernle, ( rnnhrut.k and (re*ton **lum
Mure Commercial uud Industrial
Activity Now Than a
Year Ago.
Thc curlers have shown great  in- evening by Topham    and    Cameron
tercst in the local bimsplol which Is which resulted in  favor of Topham,
drawing to a close, there being only There will be two more competitions,
one more game to complete tlie three the first draws being made as soon
competitions, the semi final tame In aa possible.    Following are the  re-
the tlanlt Trophy was played off last suits of the last throe competitions.
tilt AM) niAUENtJK
Henderson
Thompson
Shankland
McPhee
Bowneie
Brown
Ward
Cameron
McPhee
Howard
Brown
Shankland
To pi urn i
Sherlock
Henderson
Bowness
Thompson
Henderson
Topham
McPhoo
Brown
Howard
Hogarth
Ward
Sherlock
Topham
Henderson
McPhee
Drown
Ward
Hngarih
Howard
Hogarth
Thorn peon
McPliee
Brown
Topi I Hilt
Bowness
Ward
Cameron
Cameron
Sherlock
Henderson
Topham
Brown
Hogarth
Toplinm
Topham
Howard
« a v 1. T
Thompson
McPhee
Topham
Cameron
Topham
(' 0 K IJ V
Cameron
Topham
Hogarth
(From the Calgary Heraldi
In the Crows Nest territory money ;
is plentiful with business sound but
dull Just at present. Fernie, Cran-!
brook and Creston show more com- i
mercial and Industrial action, how-',
ever, for January, lillB. than during
the name month in 11.18. Most of the!
large business houses have just cast/
their balance for 11(18 and the busi- J
ness turnover and profits are quite j
similar to 1917—encouraging. One !
i big grocery wholesale firm it Cran-1
j brook, in fact, with a $750,000 annual j
i turnover, shows but $9,000 less bust-,
'. neas handled in 1918 than lu 1917.
The banks report business condl-
j tions unusually sound with few overstocked merchants along the Crows
i Nest Pass line. Collections are fair.
I slightly less than a year ago because
! of weather conditions and tlie flu epidemic of last October and November,
hut with a spirit of Optimism generally prevailing. The coal mines have
had a wonderful season of prosperity with an increased production and
j enlarged markets bin with a general
' tightening Just jam*. In fact a falling
! off in orders is restricting tlie Fernie
i output and some mines are (hreaten-
; ing to close through this section.
Depend* on Prairies
;    The-business of this region depends
I largely, upon the crops on tlie prairies for the milling industry adjacent
■ to the Crows Nest line fillip many of
j their products to Alberta, Soskatc&e-
- wan and Manitoba.     Wood products,
lead, fruit and coal are the chief industries In this section  with ranching   given   some   consideration     and
; some small farming.
,    it follows that the years of the war
j were prosperous years for tlie people
: of Ibis part of the west, lor the out-
i put of the lumber camps was never
so  heavy  and   al   such  high   prices,
while the cattle shipped mi;  Drought
top figures.    One of the largest lead
and  zinc  mines  in  the world  Is but
nineteen  miles   west   ol   Cranbrook.
! They are and have been operating   at
: capacity since the war. shipping most
| of their ores to the Trail smelter for
treatment.   Nine miles West Is   tho
; headquarters of the large Otis-Staples
Lumber   Company   whicli   has   moro
than doubled its output since the war.
These  big  companies   have  a  larger
i payroll which has contributed to the
[ wealth of the Crows Nest Pass coun-
I try   enormously   luce   1914.    Their
\ prospects are flattering Tor continued
business increase.   The Taoor market
1 has been fairly sntisfactory up to the
; present anil the soldiers have not returned   to  this  district   In   sufficient
numbers  to complicate tlie situation.
To liel But Tic
The  C.   P.  R,  is  preparing  to  gel
out all the ties for the prairie lines
that can be handled rrom this branch.
Numerous contractors are busy  with
this work. The railroad company recently purrhused the King Lumber
Company ai Yahk, nmi n large force
1 Is employed getting out  ties for betterments on thR prairie lines.   This
, big mill is located forty miles down
; the Crow  Hue from Cranhrook   and
promises a big payroll for the rost
of the summer.   Conditions have not
been favorable for getting out logs in
i the  mountains  this   winter  through
, this territory as the snowfall has been
! away  below  normal.    Those camps
with timber close In have been able
to get out. their cuts but not so with
those less favorably located.   But the
lumber and timber business has been
thriving for Bevcrftl years and the industry is rooking forward to big orders from tlie prairie lumber yards
tliis spring when development starts.
Local capital has contributed largely
to development In ibis Territory with
some American   money  and   British
capital.
Tho manager of a Orantirook hank
remarked to the writer, in estimating
conditions: "Our merchants are not
overstocked. They are perhaps rather
uiden-tockcd, and do chiefly a «mU
LUMBERMEN MEET
FEOEAIl MEMBERS
A representative body of the lumber
men of this district gathered at tlie !
Iiarlors of the Cranbrook Hotel ou
Saturday evening of last week to Interview the two members of tlie Federal house for Eutt and West Knot-
enay, Dr. S. Bonnel and Hon. It. F
Green.
Many matters of importance to the,
lumber industry of tliis district were
discussed.   Tiie necessity of retaining
the present  war tax on lumber was i
brought up. and the fact  pointed out
that during the four years prior to tlie
Imposition ot tin* war tax nearly eight
hundred millions <>f feet of American
lumber were dumped into the western
provinces,   This resulted in a direct
lUfel to Canada of   over    $18-000,000.
During the four years that  the  war
>ax has been in effect Importations
have been reduced to less than sixty,
million feet,   it I ft. of vital Importance
to the welfare aud development of the,
lumber industry of western Canada
that the home markets be conserved
for products of home industries, thus
providing a maximum amount of em-1
ployment for Canadian workmen.
It   was   thought.   Umi   something
should be done in tlie mutter of securing a share of the inniiier requirements in overseas reconstruction program for the interior mills of B, C.
Another matter discussed was the
neccesslty of making conditions providing that all ma&rials used in connection with tlie Dominion govern*
ment's housing scheme for returned
soldiers should be manufactured und
purchased In Canada. Thin should
be made a condition of all such eon-
tracts when they were being let.
"The Saturday Evening Post" for
less than five cents a copy, |2.50 a
year; "The Country Gentleman" for
less than four cents a copy, including
postage.—A. It. Dorala. authorized
agent, 032 Broadway wesl, Vancouver
B, C. 7-:tm.
On account of insufficient room with
the growth of our grocery business,
we are closfug out our meat department ou Saturday. February 22nd.
We thank our many customers In
tills department and hope they will
continue to patronize us in feed and
groceries.
SIR WILFRID .MIRIER
business. Business Is not as good as
a year ago. perhaps due to the "flu"
and unseasonable weather. Then too
we depend upon the prairie crops for
. tlie prairies buy our natural products.
■ There ls plenty of money here from
the big payrolls, but the working peo-
| pie are not spending much just now.
Business is quiet. They are paying
, cash for what they do buy, however.
Our deposits are about tlie same as a
yenr ago despite tlie fact that Cran-
: brook contributed some $200,000 to
1 the first Victory Loan, and $300,000
i to tho second, with some $4n0.000 Tor
the district.
For the first nine months of 1919
business   was   excellent.     Tlie   merchants were using much bank credit
then, and stocks were running heavy.
Then, as business  fell orr. tbey   began to get their stocks down and have
us   a   rule   kept   them    down.     Onr
merchants  carry  some considerable
book accounts but collections are fair.
Tiie bank paper has lieen well cleaned up and I should say our customers nre in  a sound condition  with
> quite sufficient   capital  for handling
their business.    Of course, there is
< no expansion In our Industries   just
i now.    The   ranchers  are  prosperous
; and our small farmers very   well   to
do   and   conservative.   Today,   I   believe,   business   prospects    are    fine.
. Tin   alien   laborers  at  ttie mills and
mines go around with from $1,000 to
J2.000 In  their    belts.      They   don
, bank much but buy some post office
: orders."
George B. Stevenson, general man
: ager of the crauhrook Jobbers, Urn-
: iind.  Is  very optimistic over condl
I tions.    His  house  carries    a    stock
; normally of $900,000 with a   turnover
Of $750,000.      His    business for 1918
was but $9.0(ui under the fine year of
, 1917,   ho   he   is   satisfied     He   said
most of liie merchants buy on thirty
days aud take tlieir discounts.   They
, nre  a sound  china nf  business men
Credit wns wide and general in this
section  up to  five years ago. when
there was n general stock-taking and
business was out on a more satisfactory basis.    The reckless credit  system which had  developed  the   west
i and into which much loose business
methods had entered, was eliminated.
i Therefore, tlie Orow country entered
| the war complications with the mcr-
■ chants on a sound footing, said Mr.
| Stevenson. The now policy has
i worked better for the wholesaler.
! retailer and consumer.    We have a
good   class  of   merchants    in    the
; Kooten&ys and they are careful buy-
j ers   with   hanking   facilities  ample.
I They are selling more generally for
' cash than of old nnd collections are
; satisfactory.    We did expect a our-
\ tallment of credits after the Victory
j Ulan and the armistice, but In fact
| wo have added an additional credit
line to our particular business.   Our
stocks are ample  and  we have no
trouble getting  supplies     We think
prospects aro  excellent  for   business
thUyear."
Sir Wilfrid Laurier. lender of the
Liberal party of Canada for many
years, died at his home ln Ottawa at
2 50 p.m., Monday. Feb. 17th. Heath
wus due to paralysis, the first at-,
tack of which he experienced at noon
on Sunday. Doctors Valin and Chev-
rler were iu attendance, but there was
practically no hope of recovery after
10 o'clock Monday, He was unconscious since early morning.
Many personal friends of the great
chieftain gathered at his home on
Laurier avenue after liie news of Ills
lerlons Illness became known.   Lady
Laurier was at his bedside. About
r,uon a marked weakening of Iiis
pulse was noticed. Tiie attending
physicians declare that lt was only his
great Vitality which kept him alive for
so long utter the stroke which was in
every way serious.
Keiiuiikiihie Career
Tha Ilight Honorable Sir Wilfrid
Laurier was born al St. Liu. In the
province of Quebec, on November 20,
1841, being the only child of Cnrolus
Laurier. provincial land surveyor, and
his first wife, Marcelle Marttneau
Laurier. Me was of Acadian descent,
on his mother's side. He received his
early education at New Glasgow. Que.,
later attending L'Assotnptiou College
and McGlll University, graduating
from the latter lu 1804, with the degree Of B.C.I..., entering the practice
of law in Montreal uud later at Arthu-
basttavtllc, In addition to IiIh law- ;
practice he edited and contributed to
several Liberal newspapers.
Kir Wilfrid began his political career in 1871, when he entered the provincial legislature as member for j
Drummond and Athabnska for which]
constituency he snt until 1STL when j
he was elected to lho house of cum-,
mons from the same constituency/,
Ho was defeated iu thai constituency
In 1877, and since that time hns rep- ■
resented Quebec Bast.
He was minister of Inland revenue
in the Mackenzie administration in i
1S7S. and was elected leader of.
the opposition In succession to the i
late Edward Blake In 1891, whicli position lie has held ever since, being \
returned to office on the defeat of;
the Tiipper government lu 1896, he-;
coming prime minister and president
of the council In his own administration. This office he held from July R.
1890, until October, 1911. when his!
government suffered defeat at the
polls with the proposed reciprocity
treaty with tbe United States as the
paramount issue.
/Bbcdrcevv Bros.
February Sale
JC Of LADIES & MISSES
'\\-lA   r,
i-.iv--.--
Evorjt Garment reduced to
ii prlct* Ims Hum th'' mine
en' tlie niiitiThii.   The itflM
mc Correct.
i|l U.ITV  VNH TAII.0I1IX0 THK
nisi   IT "111. Mt VtU  TO
rSTRSTIOATE
Ladies' Trimmed Nats at HALF PRICE
This neck ever} Hill ill our *ln>w rooiM
uill lie sold nl HALF PRICE. In this col-
lection nre Included iiwny l'nttrrn Hat*
from tlte torcofil iloslfrnei*, mnke your
selection nt once.
LADIES' SHOES AT BARGAIN PRICES
See Ottr tobies for Knaps on fine Shoes.
These lire all guaranteed lines I'roiil reli-
iiliie milkers Includln the Hell anil <'las-.lv
shoes.     Some renl snaps.
McCreery Bros.
CR-NBROOX'S DRY C030S AND C10THINC  STORES
THE HUH.
There Is now no question of the sue-
cess of the first International mining
convention to be held In Vancouver
ou March 17, IS and 19. From points
as fur away as Los Angeles and San
Francisco, Denver and other big mining centres comes the intimation that
the most prominent figures In the
world of mining nre coming to Vancouver next month. Dean Probert of
the University of California may be
one of the speakers if lie can get back
from the devastated areas of France
and Belgium In time. Mr. Burr Evans
well-known ta% one of the foremost
mining engineers In the golden state:
lias suited specifically thut he is coming and D. M. Klordan of the city by !
the Golden Gate has written to say!
that ft is going to be a big thing
that Will prevent "him visiting Bur-;
rard Inlet. And these are only samples of the letters that are being received daily from all parts.
The arrangements are now complete
for the canvassing of tlie different
sections of the province by members
ol the convention committee to enlist
sympathy and support on behalf of
tlie big gathering. The plan is to get
the co-operation of places like Kaslo,
KamloopK. Princeton. Nelson, ('ranbrook.   Ferule.   Holland.   Revelstoke.
Phoenix, Prince Rupert and every
other centre of Importance in B. C. ',
Mr. H, i*. McCraney, who is one of
the members of the advisory council
has started on lil- tour of tin- interior
and there is not a place where mining
men most do congregate thai he will
overlook in his itinerary. Tin* dales,
uf hit> arrival in the places mentioned
cannot be definitely fixed bul within
the next few days all the interior
towns will be visited by him aud committees formed to lake charge of the
appointment of a large and representative delegation who will take part
in the convention. This is the first
step towards including every mining
area In B, C. in tbe British Columbia
Chamber of Mines membership and
with a view to securing tlie more cordial co-Operation of the residents of.
those districts In the working of the
Chamber.
The convenience of those attending
the convention will he looked after In
every possible way by the committee
in charge and ln this and other way.-
It is hoped to make their slay In Von
couver a pleasant an well aa a profitable one
jnrttiobis? Cbuttb
Pastor   Rev. R. W. LEE
SUNDAY NEXT
11 am Divine Worship
12 m.   Sabbath School Adult
Class conducted by the Pastor
7.30     Divine Worship
Wednesday Evening. Epworth League
A Hearty Invitation To All
m
m
ft Gold
MS|pap
It's a pleasure to notice that the cake
of Gold Soap the grocer hands you looks
larger, feels larger and is larger and heavier
than any other cake of laundry soap
you can buy at the price. You will find
that the quality is better and that the
soap goes farther. Higher quality and
bigger quantity mean money saved. Every
saving on a cake of soap counts.
Gold Soap i, mode in the Procter es Gamete'Factories
at Hamilton, Canada
G
Old
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CANCELLATION OF KESEKVF
NOTICE is hereby given that, the
reserve established on the undermentioned lands by notice published
In the British Columbia Gazette of the
27th December 1907. is cancelled and
that the snld lands will he opefl for
pre-emption entry only at the office
i of the Government Agent at C'ran-
od the 21st April next at 9 u.ni
Lots 12252 to 122*10 Inclusive, group
1. Kootenay District.
No person will be allowed to preempt more than one lot and applications made by returned discharged
soldiers shall be given .preference
over any applications made by other
persons.
O. R. Xarifiii,
Deputy Miul-ta-r of Lands
Department of Laode, Mt
Virtorta, »C, llth my., mi. PAGE TWO
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OUJMBIA  THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY   20th  1911*. |
DEATH 01? Silt WILFRU) l.M'lUKlt
CRANBROOK BRANCH
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.
I.
sir Wilfrid Laurler'a name Is now
numbered  among Canada's  honored
dead,   lie was a brilliant mnn, the stiver tongued orator ot Canada, an eminent   statesman,   beloved  almost   to
adorn lion  by  his  numerous  follow*
ers.   He became Premier of Canada
in is.k and tor LB years Canada prospered us she had never done before.
in 1611, however, he pllod up on   tho
rocki, . nd Ms government wont to |
pieces.   In his reciprocity pool with'
the United States lie ran counter   to'
British sontlment, a sentiment thnt in'
engrained in tho hearts ol the Can-j
utltan people,  who wore convinced,
rightly or wrongly, thai thnt pact con* j
talned the needs or the din Integration
of Canada as an Integral part of tho j
British Empire and they voted against!
It and the Laurier government wlthi
an overwhelming majority.   IIo rallied his forces as* host ho could, made
n hrllllanl   fight   in  opposition    nnd
when he died ho was still the honored and revered loader of tbe Liberal
party throughout Canada.   Although
Jig was French in blond, he was not
provincial, but was as broad minded
a Canadian as any of our public mun
have yet become,   Tlie Liberals will
find it difficult to fill his place.
Tho British Columbia legislature
was adjourned for a day as n tribute
to bin memory, premier Oliver lu
moving the adjournment made n very
fooling reference to Sir Wilfrid's passing. Canada, he declared, lias lost Its
greatesi Canadian statesman. Mr.
Bowser, leader of the opposition, ln
seconding tlte resolution, said ihat n
great man had gone, the last connecting link between tiie old and tho now.
No moro distinguished character has
over represented Canada In the Imperial Conferences of tho Empire. Mr.
Bowser also expressed sympathy for
Lady Laurier. who had boon bereft of
n devoted husband.
tn his own mysterious way his won-'
dcrs to perform. He sends out an
influence that says "Believe me, !
trust me." but somehow it don't catch 1
ou. The people today want to "know".
They want to sou tho whole perform-
ance reeled off beforo ihelr eyes and1
not take the author'* picture for the i
real thing. Come out in tho open Dr. i
King aud let us know what you aro.
and What you propose to do In regard
to the groat questions the war has
i thrust upon us.
It wiih rumored that the opening of j
1 tho legislature by jpruyer had be-
come a thing of tlie past, but It Is not j
, so, and the members are learning to |
repeat the Lord's prayer with rcver-
I ence,
Reply lo Speech from lhe Throne
i     Tho reply to the speech rrom
throne, lu other words tho criticism
I of the legislative bill of fare, was
moved by P, W. Anderson, member for
Kamloops, and seconded, by >F. A.
Pauline, member for Snanich.
The most interesting part of the
speech of the lion, member for Kamloops for Herald readers was his reference to the coast to coast highway
which he strongly advocated should
he completed ut once, but that the
route should be diverted from the
Pen tic ton-Hop*, to the Pentlcton-Kam-
loops. Thc latter route would be open
tho year round, whereas thc former
could only bo used for six months of
the year.
Tlie burden of the speech of the lion.
Till-: I.H.ISI..ITIVK STORY
Gallery hy
As Reviewed from
One ol lin
the
God*.
There Ib not much difference tn the
appearance of the legislature, Mrs.
Ralph Smith is wearing her honors
lightly. Lieut. Haines nnd Dr. Mcintosh, both of whom were at the
front last year have returned; Major
Burde fills tho Albernl seat instead
of R. Walllco who died during the interval. Pte. F. (Jlolnin, who was the
almost unanimous choice of tho electors of Victoria in tiio bye-election to
fill tho vacancy caused by the death
of the late Premier Hon. H. 0. Brewster, hns taken Iiis seat. The Minister of Lands ..till parts his hair in
the middle and keeps his jaw set for
a scrap, opparently ho is always ready
to f-,0 over iho lop in nny direction,
over No-Man's land—or ride rough
shod over his best friend. Alex Man-
son hasn't grown n, bit; Cowper still
holds the position of comedian of the
legislature although be Is not end
man nny more. Fisher Strikes un attitude ns usual.
Hon, W, J. Bowser looks younger.
Bprlghtller and fitter than ever. Every
body iu the gallery knows nowser.
and most of them bow, sir. to Bowser,
even if many of them do so by way of
giving tho devil his dues.
Premier Oliver hns lost n good deal
of Iiis familiar Farmer John's appearance, but ho still dresses in honest fustian. Not being n scientist or
an academician ho does not attempt to
Push as one, but he does wear a cute
chin whisker that gives him a very
distinguished appearance,
The minister of mines still hangs
on to his hat. He won't, let It get out
of Ills Bight except when he puts It on
his head. His pernicious habit of
Fearing his hal on the rionr of the
house during the sitting has become
contagious. Orandpn Woart has become affected and tm is nn aggravated case. "Who \r, that puy with his
hat on?" enquired one of the gods.
■ The gods don't like the Innovation.
They think it hnd taste, a breech of
courtesy, gross and Inexcusable, in
the presence or the lady member of
the house. Those whn persist in
wearing hats should wear bonnets. II
would become them better.
The provincial secretary continues
to Inspire the gods witli fnlth In his
honesty and trustworthiness, ills ubfl-
ity and steadfastness and If there
were enough honest people In the province to hack him up ns premier we
would have an efficient, economical
and democratic rule.
The Attorney-General still carries
himself with the boyish distinction
that he hopes will land him in the
premier's chair. Xo one would think
hy looking at him that he wns responsible tor the administration of the
laws of tho province-—the prohibition
fiasco, tlu* P.O.E. camouflaging committee, the centralising municipal act,
etc, nd libitum. ,
Hon. Dr, King Is as sphhixlcal ns
over. He mny huvo It. in ill in, but lt
does not show on the surface. He Is
»s silent as the heaven*   He moves
for protection, should have to deny
her children of all the natural relationships while she faced the cold
world in an endeavor to rotin some
semblance of a homo.
The State must see lo il thai Hie
children of to-day are well nourished,
Col only physically, but also mentally
and morally. In many cases the widowed or dependont mother was totally
unable to carry out her maternal functions without tlie assistance if the
state. Sho felt sure that did the coffers of the Provincial Treasury pos-
osh n little more gold content, tlu
necessary provisions would bo made
"But if there Ih to he a measure U
provide for increased stock breeding
the I w'lu 'ls Bttetldaul expense, surely lt
is nut an unreasonable thing to ask
that the State make provision for the
conservation of its human life— the
citizens of to-morrow."
Mrs. Smith suggested thnt It was
time the public men of tlie Province
took up the iinostion of the increased
cost of living and convince Ottawa
that action should ho taken thai would
be effective. Much was heard about
the working man who drew his six
and seven dollars a day, but comparative silence existed in the case of the
salaried man or lhe man who look his
two nnd three dollars a day nnd tried
to live. Had It occurred to honorable
members of lhe Legislature that since)
the wur broke out Canada had be-'
come "enriched" by an additional one;
alons by the display of that energy
generated by honest endoavor lo Bervo
the people.
The new soldier members of tho
legislature who were elected at bye-
elections held since tho last session
have made a decided bit. The-return-
ed men should he proud of their re
presentatlves. Frank Oioinm, who
was elected to the seat made vacant
by thc death of the late premier, H.
0. Brewster. His impression was
that the bill of fare (the speech from
the throne) contained too much soup
 __^^_ aud not enough solid meat.     A good
1 . deal more of a practicable character
monts of tho country were tho places; W(W ri.,>tiirc(l. To set aside blocks of
to discuss the great subjects of tho | iaIld hl wtt\eA ttreaa for lhe returned
day dispassionately and wtth Intalll-1 aoldtor was all right, bul small liold-
gonce.   It was a very easy matter lo | j,,,,,.  Bj,0nld  be  made  Immediately
tear down; but a vastly different task
lo rebuild. Her plea, in conclusion,
(lien, would be for co-operation, and a
determination to reach sane concltt-
avattable,   Many thousands of acres
through  the province, of lis  best Big"
rloultunil lauds, were tied up In lu-
(t'ontiniied  on   page   I)
member for Saanleh was the iron In-	
du-try of thc province, Tbe province lmndred aml tWrt-v brn" now ",llllon
lias rich iron deposits near tide waters, and If these were developed an
era of industry would be started that;
would make B. C. exceedingly pros-
porouB. The unemployment problem
would then be solved and populous
cities would grow up on the coast.
Mrs. Ralph Smith, the only woman
member of the House (she prefers to
be called the woman rather than the
iiies", interrogated the lady member.
Equally true was It that the counter- \
■ part was found in a correspondingly
' increased number of paupers.
!     Mrs. Smith expressed tho hope that '■
i the session now fairly well on its way
j would be marked for its    tiurmony,
I with each member dropping the ultra
partisan spirit nnd substituting therefor a determination to    "get   some-
lady) gave a very practical talk, much ! where."   The Legislature should he an
of which  will be of interest to the'example to the people:    the   parlln-
women of Cranbrook, who are study-, _  !
ing public affairs with a view to ultl-
mate election to the legislature. She |
advocated the appointment of a provincial meat Inspector ns she feared
that unless some such action was taken the health of the people of the
province would be Jeopardised.
Commendable as the Better Housing Bill appeared to the lady member, Mrs. Smith desired to place the
suggestion before the Government
thnt in prosecuting its plans in this
connection care should be taken to
see that dwellings of the model type
were built. She Inferred that very
little purpose would be served were
plans to be followed that omitted all
the modern conveniences of home life.
It would be a credit to the Government did it take into consideration all
those incidents which went to make
the difference between four decorated
walls with a roof and the happy home
that, after all, was just as easily feasible.
It had been a hobby of hers to work
for the better housing of the people,
and If the Government cared to avail
Itself of her services In the administration of its Better Housing Act, she
was only too ready to lend a hand—a
promise that invoked hearty applause
from both sides of the House.
Mrs. Smith's work In connection
with social welfare had long ago led
her to the conclusion that the most
effective antidote to delinquency and
criminality was the happy homo. Regrettably small though the apportionment nnder the Dominion scheme
would be for British Columbia, It
would at least allow the principle to
be established and present an opportunity to this Government to set thc
!>nco along model lines.
Reviewing the legislation foreshadowed ln the speech of HIb Honor, Mrs.
Smith doclared at the outset that It
was a Bill of Fare that promised good
things. She was glad to note that
legislation had been considered to
take care of the employment situation,
nnd thnt In conjunction with the recently broadened machinery In this
particular regard she hoped thnt a re-
sultant factor would be the establishment of permanent Industries.
It was a source at regret to the lady
meml.cr that no special mention in
tlte Lieutenant-Governor's speech had
been made to legislation for women
und children. Nevertheless It hnd become more apparent In recent years
that thc male species had gradually
brought himself to understand and
appreciate the woman's viewpoint.
That In Itself held a good deal of hope
for the women and children of the
Province.
As could very readily be expected,
Mrs. Smith again took up the cudgels
on behalf of the dependent mother.
The session was yet young, she Bald,
and for that reason she would still
have hopes that before Its closing
days tho legislature would Tiavr. an opportunity of passing a Dependent
Mothers' Act. It wa» only logical that
sooner or later the State would have
to recognize its debt to the mother
who was raising children to bo the
citlitena of tomorrow. It was not reasonable that the mother, bereft of the
breadwinner from whn «ho could look
Every Virtue
It is impossible not to like Ivory Soap.
Ivory possesses every virtue soap can
possess and does everything that soap
can do. Its purity and mildness prevent
its harming the tenderest skin or most
delicate fabric. Its lather is copious,
thick, soft. It cleanses perfectly and
rinses easily. Ivory will give you more
all round satisfaction than any soap
you have ever used, no matter what the
price.
IVORY SOAP |pi99
-rpiAAff
too/0
PURE
may come from a variety of causes—
usually Bowing or tasks that require
close application of (he eyes on any
particular object. Sometimes it comeQ
from trying to read In an Imperfect
light, No matter what the cause, wc
can cure ii by tho Biting or correct
lllnsses to children's eyes. Uui -*-•
don't delay: Bring thoin here at
once,
Raworth Bros.
JBWBM.lt A OPTICIAN
Next  lo tin,   PoSlOfdCO.
Mode in the Plotter & Gamble feeleriel al Uomitlcn, Csnede
Jameson's
Baking powder
I'eiitlier Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND    MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users   are   (lie   Con-
nolseurs.
KIIMIIMISIIX.S DANCE 0I.CHE8TBA I
Now Open fur Ijiunurllli'llls.     Otic tn
Foil i' l'leees
Tlie Music Willi tho PEP.     For Terms
Ap»ly
JlltS. KIWOXIISON
or iiliuiii' iii) Crnnliriiok, 11, ('.
tartoBBEk
Make Tk Returning Soldier Welcome
I 'HIS is an important hour for Canada. The
■■■ nation is entering on a new era. It is passing
from war to peace. Let us start this new era right.
There arc thousands of soldiers returning from overseas. The Government is doing all in its power to
get these men back to civil life.
It is giving a [far Service Gratuity—more than
any other nation—to keep the soldier going till he
gets a job.
// gives him a pension—where his usefulness is
impaired by his service.
It teaches a man a I new ' trade when his service
unfits him for his former trade.
It gives him free medical treatment when illness recurs, and supplies free artificial limbs and
surgical appliances.
It is bringing back to Canada at the public
expense thc soldiers' dependents now overseas.
Uni
lint Govci'ltuicill, however willing, eiiniKii provide
lite personal linn It needed in
lllis work of repatriation,
Thai must In- Riven by lhe
people themselves,
The. men who wen! from
these purls in fighl in Flanders deserve :i renl welcome
home   liie hi-sl wo enn (rive.
In mosl towns cominil lees
of citizens Itnvo nlrcnny lieen
organized lo ineel the soldiers
nnd Ilieir dependent-: nI the
station, lo provide hii meals,
supply automobiles, afford
temporary noeoinmodat ion
when necessary.
Jn nd lion, many oilier
towns nre organizing social
gatherings to give public welcome to returned men after
they have been home a
few   days.
After he has rested, the
soldier must be provided with
an opportunity for employ-
nieiil. In towns of 10,000
population, Public Employment Offices have been established to help soldiers, ns well
us war-workers, secure good
jobs quickly. Where these
exist, citizens should eo-oper-
ale. Whcrcthey do not exist,
I he eil izens t hemscIves should
help pul the soldier in touch
with employment.
The righting job is done. It
has eosl many a liearl-burn-
iug. Bul it has been well
done. The least we can do
is to show our appreciation
in no uncertain manner.
Don't, let the welcome die
away with the cheers.
PRICES MARKED
In every Coeur d'Alone bedroom is a framed card on
which i* printed the rates of
tiio room.   In other worths
the   Coeur d'Alene   Hotel
marks   their   selling   prices
iu plain figures.   Tlie patron knows what his bill will
he; he knows that he If. not
betug overcharged   through
ti mlBunderBtand—his or the
clerk's—he  knows  that  ho
Is  paying just  what every*
otiier occupant of Mint room
pnys—  no  moro.  no   less.
That's   standard   American
practice In first class retail
stores; some duy It will no
doubt be Standard practice
fn the best hotels.
Thnt framed card Is n small
detail,   but   it    illustrates   the
Coeur  d'Alene   way    of    doing
things,   it's one of the many
concrete  applications  of    the
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and n full and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind  or   price  of room   ho  occupies.
COEUR D'ALENE
THE  HOTKIi WITH  A
PEH80NAT.ITV
Spokane, Washington
(IKT THAT 01,11 H0C8E
FIXED IT BEFORE IT KAI.l.S
DOWN OK GIVE IS \ COX.
TJIACT Til Illll.ll I0U A
SEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phone !!l nr ll.tl     P.O. Hox Mill
The Repatriation Committee
OTTAWA
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR  CANADIAN  HOMM
WILL CIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one tn your
home?
JiAIIH.AW  & [HiWOLF
Civil and Mining Kitglueertt
Jl. C. I,;iih! Sum-vent
CRANBROOK, B. C.
1
1)1
s. Green
&   .IIII'M
mon
I'liyslclnna
ami Surer
M*
out
:i   in  rani
iQitcOi ArmBlrong
'en iu>
OFPII
is nouiia
Km
i in.no
Aft
   2.11(1 1
i   4.00
.... 7 llll 1
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HiiiiiIiivk   ....
  9 ::n t
,   4,110
CRANDUOOK, D.I
I. O.O. V.
KI.Y CITV LO 1)013, No. 42
MicIh every
Monday night
at Fraternity
Mall.      Si.jnuni.iiK    Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
K. li. MoPhoa \V. l). Cilroy
Sf-cy. N. 0.
lilt.
K. 11. MILES
DEMIST
Ofllci
It! Hanson Block
OFFICE MODUS
11
to  12, a.m.
1
to    5  11.111.
|            CRANBROOK, B.C,
CltVMUtnOK    COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial (lovt.
Maternity mid General .Nursing
Massage aud Ite^l Cure. Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
I'hone 259 P. O. Box 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
tin: iio.'ii
IIAKEHY
llolil. Frump. Prop.
' I'I'MI   lll't'illl.
(likes, l'le«
1             nml V
islry
1                    Phou
e 37
1   Norbury Ave.
Oli|i   City Hall
KMGIITS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, II. ('.
Meat" every Tuesday al 8 |i m In
tlie Fraterolty Hall
('. G. Borgstrom, C.C.
C. H. Collins, K. u, & s.
Vlalilug brethren eordlally Invited to attend.
(HAS.  S.   PAIiiKf.ll
Forwarding  hiu!  Dlatrlbnting
AR.'nt (or
l.rtlilirlilfe and (Irernlilll Cod
liniirrlnl (III Co.
Dls.rbiitlon Corn a Specialty.
liriiyllii* anil   TniiisiVirlni*
Given prompt attention
I'lioii.- i,:i
riio Shots Specialist
.nm .11 iRAPoni
Satisfaction (<narantof,l
Wendiinarters It r all kluiin of
Reps Irs
F. Jl
. MAGl'lli:
Undertake.
I'hone 8311
ItSOfi
Norbury
Ate, nasi In
1 liy Hall
Montana Htsliuiniiil
Heal" at ,111 Hurts
Clirara, Cigarettes nml Candy
CHANBRdOK 8TUIMT.
Opposite the llnnk of i' iiier,,'
If vou want mUlufnctlon
with vour washing
Bend It tn
MONTANA  lAllNIIIIY
Siieclal wit-on for family
work
WANTED
SUVKHAI, TRACTS
OK CHEAP LAND
Write, giviiiR full particulars to
F.A.RUSSELL
CRANBROOK,   B> C.
DR.~DeVAN'&i.vx.fU* * *«*..-»„„ ■-...
filiating I'M for Wounn. ffl ft . » nr iv**.mV'
ilU.^-Jold nt nil bruit yinn-ij. nr nm lift t t-> nny
mlilreM-or. lUMlptOf futile,    Tin: B00l< .1.1. OtfVQ
C.i.,St. Ciith.ir.npr., Ontario. 	
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. VKS
Vitality: for Nerve and Brain; ii.m-H-io-j "j-rojr
matter':a Tonic—will build you up, 13 ft box,or
'.iro for |5, at dnw atom, or hy mail oa raoalat
* price   Tn» Sooufci.i imtm Co., Ht. O-ttbadto*
Hiatal THURSDAY,  PEUIUIAIIY   20th   1919.
THE      CRANBIWOK      lTEIlAI.D
PAOE TII11EE
l$&f\£}
Local and Personal
The Modern Watch
Watches huve Improved ho wonderfully In
size, shape und outline
that the man carri-ing
un rid model seems.
woefully out of date.
Why not have your
watch In style on well
as your clothing? Both
tire viewed by your
rrlonds with critical
eye, Besldee good looks
accuracy uud dopend-
Iblllty dlsllngnlsh those
new watches we nre
Bhowltlg. The prices
ure modoralo In coin*
parleou.
W. H.    WILSON
Jeweler
5^^M^*A8sa
Insure with Beale ft Elweli.
, Turn the leaves of your ■ magazine
| to the portrait of the Dolly Slalom.
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 9.
I Lest Vou Forget our next special
j feature "Lest Wo Forget", March 7
land 8.   Rex Theatre,
i Born—On Feb. ifltJi, ut the Cottage
Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J, n. Cameron of this city, q son,
;    Died—The Infant daughter of Mr.
1 nml Mrs. Thou. North] on Fob, 17th,
ago nine montlm.
YES!
wi: sioi.i.
HALF  Sill.IS
I) Alt 1 ltO N
AI.AIIM CLOCKS
K\ UUI.I,HI I'AII.S
HOUSE  SHOES
(ILASS TtlWKI. HA IIS
HOPE
OAll-IKNT HAM'EIIS
111 ILIUM, 1-AI'KH
III IIIIFII HEELS
«IHE NAILS
AI.OIINI >I SAtlCEl'ASS
WVSIIIMi JfACHIXES
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    .     B.C.
f    Merolinnls' lunohea a Buoclnlh  ul
tlie v. M. ('. A.
; Mr, Arnold Raworth' ot LeHilirldgo,
, l» visiting Mh brothor, Mr, Archie Un
' worth, Hits wook,
Tlie  many  Frlondfl of .Mrs. (Hon.
: Dr.) kiiik win he uloasoil '" k""K
that she tins recQvoretl rrom t Hither
] severe nttnolc ot tho 'flu.'
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing taught, For particulars
lilionc 404 or box 428.— Mrs.
Van Braam. 46-tf
Mrs. \V. Hartley nml .Mrs. Kennedy
nr BoSWOll, II. I'., lire visiting nt the
home of Mr. am! Mrs. Harry Snenoc
fill' n aouple ot weeks.
Foil PAINTING AND
IMlTltUANC'lNG. ETC
- I'l e—
JOHN QARD
I'HONE Ml. JOB,
CHA.MIKOOK      \ ■ II, ('.
MONDMENTS
K
iti
i'iiiij Granite A M
nniontal Co., i.tti.
inl
it
ne
al stone Contractors
Monumental Works
and
El
nn
St.. Molten    1*. 0. hex SM
NEURALGIC PAINS
Olv* Way lo Soothing Hamlin**
Wliard Oil
Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe and
effective treatment for headache and
neuralgia. Rubbed in where the pain
is, it acts as a tonic to thc tortured
nerves and almost invariably brings
quick relief.
Its heating, antiseptic qualities can
always be relied upon to prevent infection, or othci serious results, from
sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites
and stinfis. Just ns good, too, for'
sore feet, stilt neck, frost bites, cold
sores and canker sores.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return tbe bottle and
get your money back.
fiver constipated or have sick
headache? lust try Wirard T.iver
Whips, pleasant liltlc pink pills, 30
cents.   Guaranteed.
Primary ami   Kindergarten
school: Principal,  Miss  Rutn-
1 say, Burwell avenue.   Por particulars phone 357. 2m.
j For Sale or Rent—Fully modern
house, -'07 Watl Ave., vacant by Mar.
Int. 1819. For particulars apply G. W.
Johnson, P. 0. Hox 72fl, Hed Deer,
Alberta- ' 8-2t
Bowling—All Stars vs Maple Leafs
\ (deciding game of first half of Y.M.C.A. Bowling League), al the Y.M.C.A.
Friday. Feb. 21st. 8.30 p.m.   Como anil
, boost,
Tlie Parochial Supper will be held
| in the Parish Hall mi Monday, March
j 3rd.
j Mr. Howard of tho Imperial Bank
in sinfully puffed up by reason of the
, remarkable record Which his liens are
making In the production of fresh
eggs.
OPERATIONS for appendicitis may
be avoided. Gallstones removed in
24 hours without pain. Mrs. Geo.
Almas. 524 Fourth Ave. N„ Saskatoon
sole manufacturer; not sold by drug-
dists, S--U*.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement Phone 404 or box
428- Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 4fi-tf.
Ethel Luttrell, piano, violin
and harmony.   Studio: Hanson |
Block, phone 254. 3-lni f
Family dinners, six o'clock, on Sun- '
days, at the Y. M. C. A.
Get a broad view of Cranbrook's '
future; be optimistic. Read the Herald.
The Mission   Hand of Knox Than It
will hold Us annual Bale In the w liool (
room. Saturday, April I2th. 7-tf
Mnlil Wanted—General servant, apply Mrs. I)  m. Smith, phone 18.   8-31
The Rebakaha will kIvc a card partyi
and dame lu the Parish Hall, Friday, Feb. 81st, cards 8-10, dancing
iii-l'. • 6-4t
-yrnrn-
'-'. '.-'•■'■ '3p--*rf I^Siyr '''-->*
■OXANS-DI5INFECTS-
lISOFTFNING WATER—I
.Mr.-   M. Bollinger
fl iu the City tut
Mr   Davs Baird
ver the week-end
Mr   \v.  RatcltHe speni  the  »eok-
inl in Onlgtu-y,
Mr. Pi M  MnoPlierBon la In Calgary
n business.
Thi- regular meeting "I tho W.C.T.U.
will meet at the home of Mm, Was*
..un nu Tlfureday, February 27th,   A
good program ims I n provided and
i' is dentroUH that everyone Interaated
In iIiIk work be |ii.'s,'ni iii that n t-
Ing.
FOOT STKll.t:
Tho regular fortnightly danco ofthe
Knights nf Oladneaa Club was hold
lu the Maple Hull lust night. A good
time Is roported.
Tne Rev. Dr. McOllllvray, who tor
nearly thirty y,,nrs has been a missionary iu China, preached on Sunday
ntght to b large and appreciative congregation In the Pre8bterlan Church,
Ills text, whicli was from Luke 9 and
part of vers,- :'.•■.'. w-s 'And wlien lliei
were awake they saw his glory." Dr.
Mrtlillivniy spoke ot  liie work bolng
done In  china nnd  empb.ash.ed  Hie
need for funds and workers.
ffl.onsets.Wfl
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Fifty second hand sewing machines
iu pood running order, most of thera
drop heads, for sale cheap at tlie
Singer store, phono I"i7. 2-mly
In the report oj' the monthly meet-
inn of the Farmers' Institute In our
last Issue the name of Mr. lt. B, Bent-
tie was given fis joint nnnnuer with
Mr, Nlsbet of the Creamery syndicate.
Thla was a mistake; tho name of Mr.
Peter YVoodi should imve been given
Instead.
Singer Bowing machines ror family
use, took  alt  the  flrsl  prize*-  af Die
San Fiarieosen Fair Judged by oxports.
They nnint   he the best  machine;   for
salt! nt  the Singer store for five
dollars cnsli  mul $3.00 Humility.    We
. will  take your old machine in   pnrl
payment. -Phone 157. -inly
The dance hehi under tho auspices i
ni' the Navy League on Monday evening was a splendid success. A large
crowd was preseni ami tho sum of,
SK4.00 was cleared. Good music was]
furnished by the Cranhroolt Orchestra.
There was n large attendance al !
tiie Women's Institute danco on Friday evening of last week and nil report u most enjoyable lime. The Bd-
mondson Orchestra furnished the i
music in their usual hinii class style.1
Frank Topham wa:; a welcome visitor at Sirdar from Cranhrook on;
.Monday, looking about as good as j
ever after a severe tussle with pneumonia when the flu was nt its height. .
—Creston   Review.
Mrs.   Fred   Taylor   of   Alice   Siding
had to-be taken to the Cranhrook
hospital on Tuesday to undergo an ;
operation for appendlccltis, Mr. Taylor accompanied her, and al last reports she was Coming along fine after
tho operation.—Creston Ileview.
Two rinks of curlers came up from
Fernle on  Wednesday,  Messrs. Lip' !
I.i.rdt and Ijtwe being the skips. They:
w i" here to compete for the Flesh-1
man   Trophy.     '.Ipiianl'a   rink    won j
i ver Topham hr twn-r.nlnrs"r.n-1 law ,
won over McPliee by Iwo points.   The
games   were  clean   and.hni'.i   fought
and   although   the   trophy   rests   now J
With Fernie tlie local curlers Will form '
,■   riiik.to go   Inwu  to the Coal ('ity '
and endeavour to "Bring Horn,' the
Bacon."
On Thursday of lasl week Mr. A, B.
Smith added lo his flock of Cornish
chickens a very fine cock which he
Imported from Cuelph, Onl. The bird.
which is a splendid specimen, is a
buff with glorious sheen and perfect :
plumage. A prince of the rnee.he Is
wide between the lege and monstrous|
in his breadth of chest. The long ped-
u-ree which he can boas' Is not losl
in the bird's aristocratic bearing. He
is of pure William Rrent stock and is
favourably commented on hy the leading Canadian poultry papers, it is
known In poultry circles thai this j
bird's uncle wns the winner of the i
fiiM prize at the Boston show. We!
wish Mr. Smith the success thnt his!
enterprise meriis.
To those who have seen the fireat'
War Exhibit now being shown nt Van-'
couver   under   the   -umpires   of    the'
Dominion Government, such expros-'
sinus of returned men as 'minewerfer"
'sausages", "rum jnrs", and    "whiz |
bangs"  aud   oilier  odd   phrases  now
mean something,    m the life of every
one of the   preseni   generation,  these
and  other  words descriptive   of   (he
murderous Implements of war of  the
Nun-;, will always he used, and if the
exhibition has done nothing else, it
has mind a long-felt want In Illustrating In n practical way the meaning of strnnpe words from the parlance of the soldier.    The exhibition
closes on Mnreh 1st.
en; Vice-president. Mi*. M Mamie,
Secreiury, Miss Hilda Eaton; tre.is
uivr, Miss Laura Thompson. The
girls gave their opeoihg dance on
Thursday evening, Feb. 13th In tbe
Club Hall. A good crowd Attended.
Mrs. Kdiuondson's orchestra furnl lied very excellent music for the occasion. This was the first ot the series
of dances the girls expect tn glvo during the summer months. Get onl and
help them make ilieir dames a suc-
Mrs Blienfield and son George of
Cranbrook were the guest- of Mr, and
Mrs. Titos. Duncan of the Wardner
Hotel for a few days.
Miss A. Mastberg made a flying trip
to Cranhrook nn Saturday.
Mr, Sane of Cranhrook and Mr.
McEwen of Calgary were visitors in
town Tuesday.
Mrs. It. s. Miller and son of U-
coinhe.   Alia.,   arrived   fn   town     on
Friday and eifrecl to make their
lunirt' home her with her husband,
Mr, II S. Miller who Is employed by
the crows N'qbI Pass Lbr, Co.
Mr. nnd Mrs. c Lovlck returned
imine to Lobby, Mont., on Monday after spending several weoks here, vis-
Itlug friends.
The baseball boyi held their Hrsl
Sunday afternoon in the
ciui.    Hall.    Mi     Tony
n ting
Bmployi
Thompson was elected manager. On
account of the absence of so many
members the election of other offfcers
was postponoil until the next meeting,
The venerable Archdeacon Beer ol
Kaalo spent ■■ raw days with friend--
at Fort Steele last   week.
Harry Barr was in lown Saturday tc
attend the meeting of the Farmers
Institute.
.Mrs. J. Crowe, Mrs. I.. Clark, .Mrs
.1. Wise and children. Mis*, (i. Ilrooks
aud Wallace Crowe of Cranbrook mot-      All   persons  owning  or  harboring
ored to Fort Steele on Saturday. dogs will he required to procure lhe
The Kev, F. V. Harrison of Cran-   necesaary license on or before March
m.tkt:
tin
year. After
■I proceeding*; will
11  persons failing
brook conducted service at the church   '*■• «■«■ fl
of st. John^ho Divine at Fort Steelo   ,l,;it dale polici
last Sunday. j'"' tflkon Bgfll1
Mrs. Goo. Hawkes and family have   "■ comply with these regulations,
moved to WycliuV wliere her husband j — " ~'
has work. 1(1-:WA 1(0
Harry Monroe of Sheep Creek pass-1	
t.'d through lown Monday going north.       , j]ilV(1 |)(>|1|1 instructed thai a liberal
Mr. Stevenson and Mr. Sang of   the j ,{{iwunj win lM. l)a|,j m tlir person or
Cranhr'k Jobbers were in town Tues-   |)er8ona gtving |„rornmtion that  will
lead to the conviction of anj  person
poisoning dogs in the City of Cran-
day, aud went on to Hull River.
WAHOM.K NOTES
brook.
P, ADAMS.
Chief of Police,
\otni;
The Wardner (lirls (i. T. Club called its first meeting,ttt the home of
Miss Feldhnusen on Wednesday evening, Feb, 12th.   So far the members
number seven, as follows: *^llss Dor-                             _
othy Feldhausen, Miss Millie Barnes,      All  persons caught riding bicycles
Miss Laura Thompson, Miss Marguer-  otl  the sidewalk  will  be prosecuted
He Feldhausen. Miss Hilda Kiltnn, Miss    from  this dale.
ClirlBtlne Floden and Miss Mather An-                               p, ADAMS,
derson.    Officers   were   elected    as                                       Chief uf Police,
follows: President. Miss D. Feldhaus-   - _^,
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dinn   reserve*   and   held out ol use.
These should be made available for
the returned mou. The housing proposal of the government waa inadequate. The appropriation was not
sufficient t > build more than one
house for one hundred mon In tlie city
of Victoria, aud much the same proportion throughout the province. The
spirit and Intent ot the plan Was good
bul the provision for carrying it out
was totally Inadequate, He demanded
a large programme of public works
to give employment to returned men.
The men were men of action and
would not be satisfied with soft words.
They were not trouble breeders, they
had had enough trouble In Europe,
but they were Impatient of unnecessary delay.
Major Bunle, M.C., soldier member
for Albernle, is a line man of no mean
debating ability. He declared himself
to be neither for nor against tlie government nor Hie opposition, but to
support good measures und oppose
thu bad. He spoke iu plain English
and hit from tho shoulder und every
blow hud ;i punch. He put in a strong
plea for fair treatment to thu return
ed man and paid a splendid tribute to
Ihe women who worked and waited,
The men who had left position here
at live ami six dollars a day to go and
light out there, where they stuck It
amongst tho blood and mud and the
ruts und the lice umi the agony of it
all for a dollar ten a day must not
be thrown Into tlie discard upon their
return. The returned man wants to regain Ids place in society and he wants
to regain it quickly. To dally with
those men Is dangerous. To play the
grafting game while these men are
shuffled to one side will result in
disaster. Hie statement that If money
could be raised lo keep thousands of
idle ollu-ers in luxury for a year It
was just as easy for it to raise suih
dent money io carry on a sane policy
of public works, so that the brain and
brawn of tiie returning men might be
put to constructive use. The proper
programme would soon obliterate
anything which savored of a problem.
Lieut. Haines, member for North
Vancouver, who before ho left was
a supporter of the government is now
an Independent soldier member. He
threw the first bomb Into cabinet
headquarters and it may yet result In
a fuiul casually for I'rleniler Oliver
uud attorney general Karris. It was
in connection with that unsavory
transaction the Pacific Great Eastern
railway political corruptoin fund.
The government started an Investigation into the affairs of tho P. G. E.
It cost thousands of dollars to stage
it. Thoy rebersed it witli zeal amidst
a blare of trumpets. Tbey discovered
thai $500,000 of the peoples money
had heen spent as a slush fund or
a hush fund to carry out P.G.E. exploitation scheme thnt has cost tho
province about $;."., oon.ooo and is yet
only In its Infancy. The enquiry as to
who got the money was suddenly
stopped. The Hon. member for N. Vancouver wants to know why, nnd can
■get no satisfaction. The government
take the stand that the matter Is now
ancient, history and ought not to be
revived. Lieut. Haines is not satisfied and has called for the resignation of both the premier and tho attorney general. Both those gentlemen
have Blmllar calls from many quarters
and will possibly respond to one of
them within a short time. A more
convenient season may loom up In the
near future.
Ment. llanos, thc member for North
Vancouver, wants to know what be-
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Phone 8
For Sale—Make mo nn offer on most
valuable piece of Market Garden property outside city limits, 4% acrei,,
Including dwelling house nnd other
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nine of the $600,000 slush fund of
the P. G. E., but he is not going to
find out All the public are to be allowed to know is that D'Arcy Tate
pottatched $500,000 on behalf of tho
Pacific Great Eastern railway company. Who the recipients were we
are left to surmise. D'Arcy Tate says
he knows; Hon. W. J. Bowser cays he
knows, and Premier Oliver cays he
don't want to know. It has been intimated by one who says he knows
that operators of both political machines got a slice of It; and that sounds
reasonable enough, for no political
machine can be run without funds.
The secretary of the P. G. E. became a prisoner of the legislature
two years ago, because he refused to
tell who got the money. He was caBt
in durance vile. He wasn't sent to
jail, though, oh no. One of the best
rooms in the legislative buildings wae
fitted up for his accommodation. Upholstered furniture, access to thc
library, meals at the Empress Hotel,
the privilege of going to see his wife
as often as he wished. He was a very
expensive prisoner. Why should any
more of these 1*. G. E. grafters become a burden upon tho province and
a charge upon its consolidated revenue?
Premier Oliver's experience on the
farm has stood him in good stead.
He has proven himself to be a splendid driver. To use au humble Illustration, not meant to be offensive, one
Is reminded of a successful muleteer
who with the skilful and energetic
pull of thc jerk line gets hit! team to
pull together. We do not say that
the provincial cabinet Ik composed of
mules, but they have certainly displayed a most stubborn disposition
and aversion to discipline, especially
of the Otlverlan type. But the Premier Is to be congratulated upon his
success in subjugating to his will a
bunch of mon, most of whom were under the impression that they were
born to be premiers of B. C. and that
their term of office should begin now.
The Premier's success with the
so apparent. Whiteside, the member
for New Westminster, made a most
hostile attack on the government and
he is supposed to be one of the solid
Liberals. It was shocking to hear
him read himself out of the party. He
made his most bitter attack on Hon.
Dr. King and all his works. He warned the government against appointing
political refugees to the Public Utilities commission, scored the attorney-
general for the prohibition fiasco and
wound up with a eulogy of Hon. W.
J. Bowser, the leader of the opposition.
M. A. Macdonald ls not considered
by the gods as a follower of the government, but as a rival, for no matter
what he thinks his attitude Is, he Is
not a free agent—public opinion has
him In tow and will eventually put
him where he belongs. He came back
strong ln his contribution to the address In reply making the ablest
speech by a long way that has heen
heard in the house this season.
Dr. Mcintosh, of Vancouver, and G.
S. Hanes, of North Vancouver, have
both broken away and the Premier
has practically shut them out should
they wish to return.
Major Bunle, M.C., has captured the
late premier's seat at Albernl, and the
returned soldiers have In him one of
the ablest and most forcible representatives ln the house.   He's a bird.
Pte. Frank Giohna, who carried
Victoria almost unanimously at the
late bye-election, Is a thorne In the
Premier's side that Is making him
most uncomfortable.
Although there were five straight
government supporters elected at the
general election, now there Is only
one and he sits In dignified Isolation
under the whip hand of the premier.
Tlte solid four of Victoria has gone
the same way as Vancouver—only one
solid for the government because he
is part of the government—the judicial mind of H. C. Hall will not permit him to give the premier an unqualified approval.
Even Fisher of Fernle, Is a harsh
critic. It wto u Id appear therefore
thut the stock of the government has
fallen away below par, but Honest
John feels the situation not at all
beyond his control and smiles ser-
enly at the gods.
W. R. Ross, ex-minister of lands,
former member for Fernle, hut now
for Fort George, still occupies a prominent place in tbe public eye. Pow
crful of physique and brainy, more
practiced In debate, he has a great
advantage over the present minister.
His manner nf speech Is much more
lenient than that of his talented lead
er. He acts, as It was very aptly put
by lhe member for New Westminister,
ns a shock absorber between the leader of the opposition and the government. He made a very telling crltl
clsm of the government. To his mind
they have not yet got beyond the
"get by" policy they started out with
two years ago.
Hon. T. D. Pattullo, the minister of
lands, has practically confessed failure aa far as land settlement Is concerned. The settler can hope for nothing to alleviate the hard conditions
of settlement In B. C. from his department. Their only salvation Is to get
up In the morning before daylight,
work hard until after dark, then sleep
like a log as he has failed to discover
any way to render them any assistance. And because he haa failed he
concludes that nothing can be done.
In other words he Bays: "Go to It,
make bricks without straw and see to
It that the full count or the bricks Is
not diminished'
METHODIST CHURCH
Pastor, Rev. R. W. Lee
11 a.m.—Divine   Worship.
12 o'clock—Sabbath School.
7.30 p.m.—Divine   Worship,
Conducted by the pastor.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. John P. Sinclair, paster.
Church Calendar
Friday, Feb. 21st, 7 p.m.—The Children's Hour—Another good lantern
story.
Sunday, 23rd February—11 a.m.; Divine Service, subject "Its a long way
to go"—sermon to young folks, Illustrated.
12 noon, Church School nnd Bible
Class.
7.30   p.m.:   Evening  Worship,  Sermon subject, "Ixist Children"    sermon to disappointed parents.
Thursday, Feb, 20.—Fellowship Meeting,
Thursday, Feb, 37—Followshtp meet-
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PIU.SHYTLIUYN CHURCH
Sunday. Feb,  23rd. '
Morning Service—11  a.m.
Sunday School—-3 p.m.
Evening1 Service—7.30 p.m.
Itev. J, F. Brlggs of Vancouver will
preach at both services.
Vinol Removes
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ChronicCoughs
Lagrange, N. C.—"For yeatirs I
suffered with a chronic cough, so I
could not sleep nights and continued
to lose flesh. Mr druggist usked me
to try Vinol. It cured my cough, 1
can deep nights nnd havo gained
twelve pounds. Vinol is the best
tonic nnd tissue builder I have ever
taken."—W. D. rten, Lagrange, N.C.
We guarantee Vinol for chronic
coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a
patent medicine. Formula on every
bottle. Vour money back if It falls.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co. druggists
km; sntPRisu to mam*
IN (KAN 111(00 h
People are surprised at the INSTANT action of simple buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Ad-
ler-l-ka. ONE SPOONFUL flushes the
ENTIRE bowl tract so completely It
relieves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas
or constipation and prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT, pleasant action of Adler-1-ka surprises both doctors and patients. It removes foul
matter which poisoned your stomach
for months.—Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
druggists.
SEE
NAZIMOVA
•• as..
Juline the
Artist's Model
For SALOME
SAl'llO
BIN
Lb lliu'clinuti'
The 8PIHN.X
"TIIK  DAUGHTER
OF ,IOV"
The love-mud Purls (Irlzelte.
in lhe Cnliuret ol Three
Delimits—Wine, Women nnd
Soni*.
THE
SHOP
SERVICE   TIRE
Itrannm, Alia.
Jlr. Motorist.
Now Is the time to jret your tiro
repaired or re-treaded while the weather ts had and you are not using: the
ear much. We have tlie very best
equipped vulcanising plant In Western Canada and employ experts only.
Every Jolt Is given my personal attention.
We have special equipment for Nil-
verlown Cords and Royal Cords, and
guarantee ull work lor the lite ol the
tire or money refunded. Express paid
one way. Wo nse the (.midyear All-
weather Treadbondif.
8-21* DEAN LONG, l'rop.
The
PLAY
of
Mystery
Witchery
and
Charm
ITS THE STORY
of a Model
Living In Ihe Latin i|tiurlers
nf Paris, who finds n soul
through the uireney of the
Sacred Rose Bush. A pious
monk discovers .Inline beside
the Sacred Hush, the true
spirit as of the Mnilonn shin-
in)- lu her eyes, u Miracle Is
performed. The hush hursts
Into bloom, the soul of .Inline is transformed in thc unfolding of many miraculous
scenes — such is a brief outline of "Revelation", the
marvelous classic of all art.
Fri. & Sat., Feb. 21 & 22
TWO Performances
Nightly-7,30 & 9.15
IX EH.IIT PARTS
Admission-Children 20c, Adults 35c w.p.yi.,
MATINEE SATURDAY at 2.30, Prices—Children ISc£f Molts Hcls.
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT YOU MAY NOT SELL BUTTER PROM
A FARM OR THROUGH A STORE OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED ON THE WRAPPER.
AS YOU NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE BRAND NAME PRINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAT WAY GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IF PURCHASERS OP YOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
ITS QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT THEY CAN'T KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK POR WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
POR SALE—For Cash or terras,
Hmnll rosldonco on Baker hill Apply
Herald Office. 7-lt
Hon. John Keen, speaker of tht I01-
Islatort,   baa   lntro*eeed
According to tlie Dominion
government regulations all
farmers who sell huttor
either to the stores or privately, aro required to have
It propertly covered In n
wrapper on which MUST
appear in prominent letter
the words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The fact is also emphasized
thnt all butter in such
packages must be of the full
net weight of sixteen ounces
antl In default of same u fine
of from |10 to $30 tar each
offense is ImpoBCd. Whey
butter must be so labelled
oven when mixed with I'.alry
butter nnd dnlry butter retains Its label even though lt
bo mixed witli tho crenmery
product.
YOU CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOR YOUR BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE, FOR
FOLLOWING PRICES:
Paper and Printing
Included
21)0 Wrappers for ..  ..$8.80
800 Wrappers for $3.80
1000 Wuppers for $5.00
These prices Include both the
Paper which Is Richest obtainable
for the purpose, and thc printing.
WE CAN SHIP IMMEDIATELY ON RECEIPT OF OBDEB
CRANBROOK  HERALD
"QlIAMTY PRINTER8"
Baker Street, Cranhrook, British Colombia
PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE, OWING TO THE IRREGULAR
CONDITIONS OF THE PAPER MARKET
International!
MINING
CONVENTION
To be held nnder ansplces
of R. ('. Chamber of Mines
Vancouver
Mar. 17.18.19.
Leading men from all parts
of Canada and tlie United
States will bo present. Tho
addresses and discussions
will be  invaluable.
Every nun in B. C. Interested In mining shonld lav
plans to attend this convention—the first International
mining conference ever held
In Vancouver.
Addresses by the six Government Mining Engin-
mont and projected entor-
oers of B. C. on develop-
prises tn their districts.
Gold mining in B. C.
Legislation to make possible
reduction ot B.C. oroB witli
111 the province.
Better utilisation ot B. C.
coal.
Possibilities of establishing
a smeller nnd reflnory on
the soutliorn coast of B.C.
Taxation of mining properties.
Tlie proBpoctor and how   lo
encourage him.
Gtlior matters of vital interest to mining ln B. C. nnd
the Northwest.
Comprehensive   Display    of
Ores and Up-to-date Mining
Machinery.
Write at once to   John   L
Kearns, Convention Manager
Rogers Building, Vancouver,
for full particulars concerning the cenventfon.
R&w Furs
Wanted
Trfcpper*. ,r«.rn)er*.
It dues not cost you anything to
Get Our Ct.il; Offer
on your furs. Express them to us
WE'LL PAY ALL CHARGES
over $5.00 valuation. We make
you our offer
AND HOLD YOUR FIRS
for your reply, returalng them
AT OUR EXPENSE
If not purchased.   Try us
In Business Since ISSS
Send for Price List.
Special prlco for Dark Martin
Mackay &Dippie
21S 8th Avenue, Calgary, Alta
1 (lovers will be returned to them upon
tlie execution of tlie contract.
Tenders will not be considered un-
\ less made out on thc forms supplied
and signed with the actual signature
> of the tenderers.
A. E. FOREMAN.
Public Works Engineer.
! Department of Provincial Public
j    Works, Victoria B. c, Feb. 1,
, 1919.
11'OM'Mllll VU.W.Y IKK1UATED
KHI'IT LANDS, LIMITED
; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
| the following schedule of Tolls haa
1 been approved by the Iioarfl of InveH-
j ligation under the Water Act. nnd
l this publication hereof Is made pur-
■ suant to the provisions of Section lfift
i of the said Act.
Schedule nf Tall*
j    For Maintenance—J I. r.o per acre of
* irrigable and cultivable land ns deter-
i mined by the Company and tho Water
j Engineer.
1 For Water Supplied—|3.R0 aildl-
, tlonal per Qcre of Irrigated land if the
water supplied is one-and-a-half acre
foot, per acre or loss. $3.00 per acre
i feet of water supplied In oxress of
one-and-a-half were feet |»r acre,
: which will mean:
An annual charge of $1.5(1 ou the Irrigable land not irrigated.
An nnnuul charge of $r..»n nn Iho Irrigable land which Is Irrigated,
And an additional charge nf $:..0(.
per acre foot for water delivered In
oxcesH of nnc-aniUi-hiilf acre foot per
acre.
IlowHcr. neld, Wnllbriilgo Douglas
and Gibson
'   SfiUi'ltnm for lhe Columbia Valley
Irrigated Fruit Lands, Mil.
The Herald
$200 year
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS       I
Fernle District
Highway Rrldgc over the Elk River,!
near Eulry (reek.
SEALED TENDERS endorsed 'Tender tor Elk River Drldgo', near Fairy ;
crct'k. will lie received at the Department of Provincial Public Works,
Victoria. B. ('., up to noon of February 18th next, for tlie erection and
completion of u bridge over the Elk
River, near Fairy t'reeu.
Drawings. speclflcatlonB, nnd form
of contract may be seen at Room ?,
Eust Wing, Parliament Bulldini-s,
Victoria, P. c;., and at tbe office of the
District Engineer, Court*house, Vancouver, B. 0„ and tbe Government I 	
Agent's Office, Fernle, B. C, and at     Notice Is boroby given that a Court
tho offico of the District Engineer at | of RevlBlon nnd Appeal under   the
Vancouver, 11. (',, 114th
January, linn
o-4t
FORT   STEELE   ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT
Cranbrook, B.C., on and after the Sth
Instant.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit, made payable to
the Provincial Public Works Engineer, for a sum equal to ten (10) per
cent, of the tender, as security for
the due fulfilment of the contract,
which shall be forfeited If the party
tendering declines to enter into contract when called upon to do so. or lt
he falls to complete the work con-
tncted tar.
Tbe chtquw ot uniwimtul ten-
provisions of the Taxation Act, and
tho Public Schools Act, respecting the
Assessment Rolls of the Fort Steele
Assessment District for the year 1919,
will be held at the Government Office
at Cranbrook, B. C, on Wednesday the
19th day of February, 1919, at ten o'clock ln the forenoon, and at the Government office at Fernle, B. C on Friday the 21st day of February, 1919,
at ten o'clock IU the forenoon.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C, this 7th
day of January, 1919,
A. a HacDONALD.
Judf • ot tke Court ot RevMom
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