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IHE CRANBHOOK HERALD.
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VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA
1'HrltSllAV.  .IUNE  19th.  H19
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SULLIVAN MI H KIMBERLEY
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Sixteen members of tho Hoard of
trade accepted tho invitation extended by E. G. Montgomery, the superintendent ot Sullivan mine at Klmberley to visit tho mine on Wednesday laBt. Among those who were able
to moke tlie trip wore Messrs, H. K
Howard, 0, Bishop, 0. J. Spreull, Col.
C. II. Pollen, W. A. Myers. C, W. Hallamore, v W. tlobortson, s. Taylor, J.
Manning, M. McCroery M. A. Heale,
w. A. Nlsbet, j. E. liUBcli, li. M. Lyon, |
A. P. Noble and Halph Pretlle. C P.
It. time Umber man, of Calgary.
Tho start was made from tho post-:
office comer nt !> a. tit. in tour initos. i
The trip up was without Incident |
except that one ear fell foul or a couple of cables Hint lay across tlie road
In the rear of tlie royal hotel, when j
tho president or the board plunged Ills
head through the wind shield of the
car. That may have accounted for
him getting lost in tho upper working
of the mine a little later on.
Tlie trip up is through a beautiful
country, much of it tit for agricultural purposes. Tho town of Kimberley Is situated amidst most beau- j
tlful surroundings. The town planner must have boen on io his job, for,
the streets are laid ont in the latest'
artistic style.
The road up to tlie upper workings
of the mine, whicli nre situated about
a mile or so from Kimberley is steep
and winding, but very picturesque.
The view from here, however, is magnificent Thousands of feet below—j
apparently—there stretches a valley j
for miles that appears to be quite
level and capable of maintaining a
large agricultural population,
The officials of the company were
delighted to entertain the visitors and
made them at once feel right it home. I
Each were presented with a couple of l
candles which were to light them j
through their journey underground.!
Por a mile andNi hair or so the little
company proceeded Into the bowels of (
the earth and were initiated into the j
mysteries of the mining fraternity and
saw where the ore is taken from the;
biggest mine of its kind In the world.
A trip was then made through tiie]
blacksmith and mnchlnc shops and ■
on to the dump where tho ore ls
hand picked.
The Board of Traders then proceeded to the lower tunnel but before Ihey
made this journey they were fortified
with an excellent lunch—tomato soup,
roast veal nnd dressing, potatoes,
green peas, green onions, lemon pie—
the same as your mother toed to make
—Imperial pudding, cheese, lea, coffee, milk and a variety of dishes too
numerous to mention. Every body
was hungry and did full justice to ihe
spread.
The lower tunnel was then Investigated. This was easy. We rode on
an observation car propelled by nu
electric motor. We pushed our way
underground for 8,000 feet. One tit
the party suggested that we were on
our way to Dante's Inferno ami tlie
article to appear In Uio Horald might!
be headed "Tlie Hoard of Trade Visits j
Dante's Inferno;" another suggested
plainer and less ornate language as
"The Board of Trade Gooa to tt—11
and Back." lt Beamed a much longer
way fn than on tlie return This may
be accounted for by the fact thai we
did not know where wo wore going
whon we were going In, bill we knew
we won- heading for daylight when
we were coming buck. Duo mnn
thought he smell br.mstono.hnt ft was
only the ascetiline gas from the headlights of the miners nml motor In
one of the tunnels a power mucker
was working an iron machine that j
dug into tbo lal I en rock like mail ami
filled up the ore car in a twinkling.
In another place wnter was gushing
out of the rock rrom a bole that hail,
been drilled by a diamond drill ninny.
hundred loci from above wiih such I
accuracy that it came within three,
feet of tlie centre of tbe iiinnel when i
It broke through
The cutting of this tunnel has dem-1
onstrated tho fact that tliis property
is a huge mountain ut ore of cummer-
cial value and enables the company
to develop Its property anil get out
the ore In a most economical way We
understand ii Ik Ihe intention of the,
company to standardize the railway
that runs through this tunnel so that!
ii train of cars can be run in and lond-
ed up from all the upper workings.
which will make lt one of the easiest
mines to operate. Ii was an interest-.
Ing trip, but all were glad to got out
again into the open air.
The whole of tho visitors were delighted with what they saw and passed a hearty voto of thanks to superintendent E. a. Montgomery for the
arrangements he had made to entertain and Instruct his visitors,
FOIIT
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planing
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nt $40,000, with insurance I'jO.OOll.
Tho company luive nol yet decided I
In rebuild.
The Cranbrook Dlsirht Auto Association are out on a campaign for 150
members and we bowHhey will have
no difficulty In reaching tlieir goal.
——— The   association   have  done   splendid
BORN—At Oranbrook, on June 16th,j wori( during the past two or three
to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Topham, a j years aud have been instrumental in
son. I bringing to ihe attention of hundreds
  I of motorists all over Canada and the
Carriage, United stales that ihis part of R. C is
Apply; a veritable motorists' paradise. Beau-
j i if ii i scenery, goo'd roads, interesting
j side  trips  hunting aud  fishing,  with
the opening up of the Banff Windermere highway wfll annul thousands
There was a very enjoyable dance
t  Kimberley lasl  Friday evening.
WANTED—Rded    Baby
first  class condition    only
Hon 19, Herald office.
LOST—Returned soldier's badge No
217.1.   Leave at Herald office and re
Adams. Dr. P. W. Green. Dr. (I. E. L,
MacKinnon. A. O. Bowness. J. It. Me-
I'reery, .1. P. Fink, W. A. Nlsbet. Geo.
fogarth, and J. Coutts and It P.
Moffatt, associate members.
Since then through tbe kindness ofj
Mi. Ed. Doolan, who together with A.;
C  Blaine, have been authorized by thej
association   to  assist tlie    members'
committee and   collect   membership
fees, Mr. Doolan has enrolled ihe following   members:    W. J.    Atchison,
Medley    .McLeod.    Kimberley;     Wm.
Stewart. Col,  C,   H.  Pollen  and   Bert
Matson.
Don't forget the Lawn Social fn
connection with the Methodist Young
People's Society next Wednesday,)
June B5th. Come and spend a pleas-11
an* evening.
IfllVe   reward.
SB-It of tonrfsis every
■ Southern B, i
1 C,
UUHT MEN'S MEM-
. Herbert Chester returned on Monday rrom Siberia. There were great
rejoicings in tlie Chester home upon ! ltll(|
| bis return,
The memorial service lndd In the
i'reshyieriun church on Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the
combined railway orders of the city
aud   I heir   women's   auxiliaries     was
Tho Independent Order of oddfellows, Key City Lodge No. 42, will hold
Memorial Services at the Crunbrook
cemetery on Sunday next, June 32nd,
ut 3 o'clock. The address will be,
made by Rov. R. W. Lee. Oddfellows
and Robeknhs will assemble at tlieir
Hall at 2.30 p. in. for parade. Visiting brothers and Bistres aro invited
t» itftkitftta.
carried through with appropriate solemnity. It was presided over by Rev.
U. \V. Lee; Rev. J. P. Sinclair read
tiie lesson; Rev. R. E. Pow offered
prayer and Rev. H. M. Lyon preached
tho sermon. A beautiful trio was rendered by Mrs. Walllnger. violin; Miss
Wanda Fink, cello, and Miss Mutrle,
piano, entitled "Tlie Evening Star.
The following four favorite hymns
were sung: "The Lord's My Shepherd," "Jesus Lover of My Soul."
"Lead Kindly Light," and "O (Jod Our
Help in Ages Past."
Following is the sermon in abbreviated form, taken trom Hebrews llth
chapter: "These all died in faith, not
having received the promises." Faith
in the unborn future; faith in the existence of God, a belfef that made it
possible for them to count themselves
as mere strangers and pilgrims on
the earth, that somehow they might
make it a little better and u little
truer than it was in their own day.
Will you deny the men who died !n
the great war a ida::e in the chapter
of the believing—because they swore
sometimes Instead of praying? Did
not Sampson do worse and Rahab
and Jepht.hnh and David?—Rahab,
the harlot, and David, the adulterer
and mulderer. Vou will not refuse
them u place in the army of the faithful because tlieir ideas about the
great doctrines ol the rp.ll were hazy.
Perhaps il was not their fa-.-lt. per?
haps It was ours, somehow. The
great doctrines of f:ilth were not nl-
ways made clear to then—but these
all died in faith. Faith is not specifically o Christian thing—1 do not
say there is not a Christian faith—
but after all faith is n human thing—
ii Is a vital thitK. ns vital as the air
we breathe. We cannot live without
faith; we cannot dare without faith,
ami these dared and died in faith.
1 do not desire to stir up u hornets'
nest of theological controversy by
making a statement of thai kind. I
know there has been much loose talking In these days about the fate of
the fallen and men have said again
and again thnt mere courage on the
battlefield availed for men regnrriles?
of tlieir attitude towards the ten commandments or the moral law of
Jesus. That is a pagan idea almost
as pagan as thai other Idea so often
regarded as orthodox -that a man's
belief is accepted regardle.-s of his
works. The truth le : There Is a just'
and merciful God who will render to
all according to their works. I simply make the uncontrovertible statement, "These all died In t'nltli not having received lhe promisee, but having
seen them alar off nnd were persuaded of them nnd confessed Mini they
were strangers and pilgrims on the
earth. We have got to win back that
Idea of faith, not us a policy or tnsur-
ance but as the Inspiration for nohio
life and daring and courage Donald
llaukey has a flue saying iu bis book,
"The Student in Arms.' -'True roll*
gton la the belting of your life ihat
there is n God.'
True religion is not a smug accept-
nine of the (feeds, so perfectly poised
and balanced in the mind that you
enn never fall from your faith—but
true religion Is a gambler's spirit—it
Is tho betting of your life Ihat there
is a God. When puzzling over those
words of Hnnkcy's 1 came across thut
old story In the Book of Daniel we
used to lovo as children—the story of
Ihe king who made a graven Image
and commanded everybody to fall
down and worship It, and three young
men stood up straight—they had
backbone, they were not Jelly fish—
thoy were brought before the king
and he threatened them with death—
they were to be flung Into the fiery
furnace, hut he gave them another
chance. They however said to him:
"We are not afraid to answer thee,
0 king, If It be so onr Ood whom we
worship is oble to deliver us out of
the burning fiery furnace. But If not,
know thou, O king, we will not nerve
thy gods, nor worship the golden
image." It is a splendid thing to
have faith In Ood so strong thnt you
could believe that If you were thrown
Into u furnace of fire he would deliver
(Continued on page 41
Craiihriiok MethodM Voung People's Society. A social evening will
lie spent on the Parsonage lawn on
Wednesday evening, June 2nth
and have a good time.
The dance in the Parish Hal) last
night brought together a large and
very happy crowd. The Cranbrook
orchestra  furnished excellent music.
riie membership cotmn
uing a circular letter lo i
listens In the di.-t
them to become members
elation aud are starting o
orous campaign for new
The roud committee hn
asking
.he asso-
m a vig-
ibers.
been in-
WANTBD— Young girl or elderly
lady for light housework on ranch,
one Who can milk cows. Apply A. H.
Bullock, the barber, Oranbrook.23-lm
The Edison program of dances will
be continued right through the summer months. An addition of a tenor
banjo player has been engaged for the
orchestra.
Kimberley Is getting to be some
town. It is getting brighter, better
and busier every day. There are a lot
of jolly good fellows there of both
sexes, children and grown ups.
WANTED TO HIRE-Three heavy
teams for bush work at Kitchener, B.
C. by day or contract.
Cranbrook Sash nnd Door Co. Ltd.
Cranbrook or Kitchener.
structed to interview District Engln-
Come Qer dimming re ihe new road to the
bathing beech at Oreen Hay; Hie Mission hill, the road through C P. R.
farms and marking the main highway.
At the last meeting of the executive
the following committees wore formed:
Membership-—W. F. Cameron, J. P.
Fink, A. C. Blaine.
Road committee—W. A. Nlsbet. W.
H, Wilson, Col. C. II. Pollen.
Entertainment commlttpe—F. M.
MacPherson, W, F. Cameron. C. O.
Staples, E. H. McPhee.
As soon as the governmeni complete the new road to the bathing
beeoil at Green Hay it ts the Intention
of the association to erect a couple
of dressing rooms, and build a floating dock out Into the lake for Ibe convenience of batliors, This all costs
money.
Help the good work along-become
a member.
Tlie following joined the association at the annual meeting:
R. J. Barter, Wycllffe; E. H. McPliee. P. M, MacPherson. W.  II.  Wll-
VMtlTOKHH S SEBVICt MKIl.ll.
WOK BY KHIMKI! LOCAIi BOY |
Victoria   Colonist:     Battalion   Ser- j
geant Major a. J. Mirams, one of the'
originals of the tilth Battalion Western Scots, with  which unit lie wus
company  Sergeant-Major during the
time it  was stationed In  Victoria, is
returning home this week after more
' titan  three years' absence overseas.
, Sergeant-Major Mirams Is un old soldier, having belonged to thc Imperial
Lancers  for some twelve years.    He
served  through  the South    African
wur as well as during the late war,
[and lias the King's Medal and    the
j Queen's  Medal for that   service, as
I well as the Meritorious Service Medal
! which was awarded him In the King's
Birthday  honors  list, June  3,    1018.
i Leaving Victoria with the filth Battalion, Sergt.-Major Mirams transfer-
rod to the 102nd on the dissolution of
j lite Western Scots, and Is returning
; wilb tbe Comox Battalion this week.
At the tlmo that the war broke out
I Sergt.-Major Mirams was acting   as
physical Instructor at Cranbrook.    It
1 Is a coincidence  that  the  r.-tth   Battalion, which he assisted ln training
before tbey went into action, Is returning at the same time, the two
; units having crossed the Atlantic on
tin-  Mnuretanfa. * iH   .* *
I:; your  subscription  paid  to tbe
Herald?    If not. now Is a good time
son. A. «'. Blaine, Lester Clapp. Chief' to pay lt
Ice cream social on the Methodist
parsonage lawn on Wednesday evening next. An Interesting program is
being prepared, and a hearty invitation Is extended to all.
Wanted—Contracts for clearing!
and breaking land in any quantity.
First cln?s "work guaranteed nt Teas-
onable prices, A dress I'. O. Box 54,
Cranbrook, n. c. 21-tf
The fine Cranbrook and District
mineral exhibit, which has been on
exhibition in the Fink Mercantile Co.'s
window, was shipped to Nelson on
Wednesday and will bo in charge of
N A. Wallinger. who is in attendance
at tlie International Mining Convention which opened in ihat city today.
T'ue :,4th  Battalion  had one great
ovation all the way from Hamilton toj2--
Revelsioke.and from Revelstoke down
the Arrow Lnkes to Nelson, and from
I Nelson to Cranbrook.     A number of
the hoys from this  famous regiment,
) arrived home on Monday and  were;
I given a hearty welcome home.
t i-
Slnger Sewing machines for family ;
use. took all the first prizes at the
San FranCOBCO Fafr judged by experts.
They masl be the best machine: for
Bale at the Singer store for five \
dollars cash and $3.00 monthly. We:
will take your old machine in part :
payment.   Phone 157. 2-mly
Cranbrook Methodist Young People's Society
Ar Ice Cream Social
—Will be held on the—
METHODIST PARSONAGE LAWN
Wed. Evening, June 25th
MUSICAL I'ROOKAJI UKFRESIIMF.XTS
COMB AND SPEND A PLEASANT EVENING
Choice
Haberdashery |
■ '■'■'"" ^'.:tn„^ o Department
*Wv.     '"' *.:
is full ol the best things
that can be Secured for
Summer Wear.
STHAW AMI PANAMA HATS
;,ic to *fl.oo
1I.VHVI.S, M.IYIIKX AXI) STKTSOX FELT HATS
ti.M to 98.00
ARROW  SHIRTS    91.50 to *4.itl
sr-.DH.ll UNDERWEAR* Combinations mul 8-pleee
*.«*• to 9-MI
SUMMER SOX—Cashmere. 1. isle A Silk tie • IUS
Everything for Men's Wear
and Moderate Prices Always
McCreery Bros.
CRWMMK'S DtY G00U AM CLITHWC  STMB
f)n Tuesday evening a number ofj
friends of the HaptU-t church met at'
the Baptist parsonape for a welcome!
home social to Privates W. Lewis and
Stewarl Taylor. About 60 In all gath-!
ered for the happy occasion. The
-evening was spent In games, musical I
program and light refreshments were|
sorved by the ladles.
To Fishermen-
Come in and Look at our
PRIZE   ROD
GIVEN for the BIGGEST TROUT
caught by our Fishing Tackle.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
\\
J. ATCHISON, Hfi.
Ilaj- I'hone 71.
\ielil PhiiM SM
PRHSBYTESIAN
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon. Minister
\
SI'XDAY. .JUNE 22ND
11 a. m. "Revival of Idealism".
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 p. m. "A Plea for the Priceless".
GUARD AGAINST FIRE.
■jWetljotiis t eijurct)
Rev. R W Lee. pastor
SUNDAY NEXT
11 am. Divine  Worship.
Subject—Socializing My Faith'
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 p m. Evening Service.
Subject--'.-Some Essential Convictions '
Preacher at both Services    Rev  R W. Lee
is:
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Baptist Cljurri)
Sri), lohn $* ftfnclair.   Rafter
SUNDAY. JUNE 22nd. 1919
10.30 a.m.—Preparatory Prayer Service.
11.00 a.m.—Divine Service, Subect— "The Heart of
of a Child."
12 noon -Church School.
7.30 p.m.--Evening Worship,
Subect—-"Spiritual Diabetes."
Come Yourself and Bring a Friend.
When forests Burn. Taxes Increase. t-AUE -VWil
THURSDAY, JUNE 16tli, IMS
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday by
THE  CRANBHOOK   HERALD.   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Rates on  application.
this   office    Wednesday    uoun   the
Changes for Advertising MUST be !■
current   week   tu   secure   attentlni.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA        THURSDAY. JUNE 19th,  1919
BEY. U.I. IS BARKING
UP TIIK H'KOXa TREE
It ls notorious Hint the prohibition
act Is not being enforced in Crunbrook. Everybody tan see that With
their own eyes. You enn koi nlmost
any brand of liquor you want—jusi
for the asking—If you've got tho priee
—and no matter what tho priee is it
does not seem to he prohibitive. You
can get tanglefoot, squirrel whisky.
a concoction that will make you nee
red, a kind that will make you murderous, or amorous,, that will mak.*
you laugh or weep, that will wake
you up or pul you to sloop. But nny
ono who studies the Kit nation nlso
known Hint hard and malt liquors are
•betun sold without stint In utmost
every part of the province. There Is
a province wide Infraction of thu liquor act and the only way to enforce
the law Is by province wide action
through the department of the attorney-general And that department
refuses to act. The attorney-general
la young, but he in a wise guy for his
years. Ho knows thai there aro a
great many people in B, C. who will
vote for tho government as long as
the liquor aet Is on tlie statute book
—whether It Is enforced or not; and
he knows also that there ure a still
greater number who will vole for the
government If the act is not enforced.
so he will neither cancel the net or
enforce it.
Wften Rev. Leo blames tlie condition as It exists iu Crnnbrook en the
people of Cranbrook and calls ui>on
the civic authorities to start a cleanup campaign, he is addressing tlie
wrong body of men. He has treed a
coon, but he ls barking up the
wrong tree. (Oven if tie would take
an axe iu hand and cut down the tree
he would not get the coon, and tn cut
out the booze traffic In Oranbrook
alone, would be to destroy Cranbrook
without stopping Hie traffic dn booze.
"Tlie children of this generattion are
wiser than the children of light."
It is Just aa well known that gambling is wide open In the city. There
is scarcely any attempt at all to camouflage It. All kinds of gambling devices are working night and day.
Roulette, chuck a luck, poker, dice,
faro—anything and everything to
give its many devotees Just the spice
of life they are looking for. ^i
Everybody knows also thflt there
are houses of prostitution scattered
all over the city, and that they are
patronized by miiny who have no need
to igu near a brothel. It is a crying
shame that there is no attempt to
regulate and segregate these houses
of Ill-fame, these gambling resorts
and booze joints. If they were all
relegated to one part of the town and
licensed and inspected, the city proper might be kept clean und no hardship would be suffered by any. As
long as human nature is what it Is,
and a large percentage of our population are men who huve turned their
back on all responsibility, who have
none depending upon them, whose
only ambition In life ls to earn and
blow a few hundred dollars a year,
and to satisfy the cravings of a depraved and misdirected animal nature
so long will we have the fiery sor-
pent to contend with.
We miiBt face the fuels; we cannot
have an Ideal moral condition uud
the sooner we approncb this question
Intelligently, the quicker we will
be able to deal charitably with all nnd
without anlmous toward any.
ANGLICAN HYNOh DENOUNCES
THE ALBERTA LIQI OU AIT
All preachers do not sponk alike
when discussing the liquor act. It ls
true tint the Alberta Liquor \ t is u
little dlffertnt from the British Columbia Act, but the difference it- mnln-
ly In the fact that the former is not
quite so much of a gold hrlek as tho
latter. The B. 0. Act wll] allow a
householder to have nil the liquor he
plensos In his own residence, while
the Alberta Act will not.
At a recent sitting of the Anglican
Synod In Cal«ury the Alberta Act was
attacked most viciously and denounced up hill und down dale. A resolution was passed condemning the Act
as one which cannot be properly enforced and urged the government to
enact legislation which can he more
easily handled by thc poilce.
Col. Sanders, police magistrate of
Calgary, in discussing the resolution
said the act at present bred hypocrisy and made 90 per cent of the people lawbreakers.
The most vigorous denunciation of
the act was that of Dr. Conyheare,
crown prosecutor of I.*thbridge. who
opened by sayimg that the churches
should not go on reco.'d ns support-
Ing anything that would tend to degrade mankind. If, nfter 2000 years
of Christianity, victory over evils had
not been achieved, that was no reason why It should bo said that this
great religion had fulled. "I have an
Inherent horror of prohibition," suid
lie, "In view of what I have lonrnori
since the act came into force." He
had favored lho abolition of the bar.
Dr. Conyheare declared thnt the Jail" I
had been emptied when the bar was
abolished iu Saskatchewan, but that
since the government dispensaries
Inul been abolished and total prohibition introduced, conditions hud become worse. There wai only one law
In the code nmilagous to the prohibition act—the law against suicide.
Br. Conyheare reverted to the early
days In the Northwest Territories
when prohibition was In for:*c before.
Conditions then became so grievous
that he welcomed the day when prohibition wus abolished. Ho could
cite Instances from Medicine Hat,
Macleod ami elsewhere of citizens
who hud "perjured themselves like
gemli'iui'ii." iu respect lo this law,
Men who hud accustomed themselves
to broflltttlg one law lost respect for
nil and became horse thieves. "In
Lethbrldge," he declared," more than
00 per cent of the population are
breaking the law. and do not think It
any shame or disgrace. For my own
part I never touch spirits and . Iiould
be glad to see them swept off the tare
of the earth, but I want to see the reform brought ubout by the elevation
of mankind and by education. It
were better to do this than to bring
our country into a state of chaos."
Br. Conyheare declared that the present net could never bo enforced,even
by the creation of an inordinately
large police force. As to the bar the
community had no more right, to license it than to license brothels for
prostitution, The prohibition net did
not meet the situation,
r
ESTABLISHED    187;
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
LUMBERING
The insistent demand foi and prevailing high prices
of lumber have made the development of this industry
essential and profitable.
This Bank can assist your pUns. Consult our local
manager. w
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.
on the groggy side—about the same
perhaps as If he hnd been making a
real big night of it. lint undeterred
by his past experiences, at it he went
ugain und Into the hive he inarched,
but with only tlie snme result as before, because In n llttlo sliorlir time
Bumble detormlnod that he had had
enough of trying to be a Prussian or
u Bolshevlki, and share In a division
of the weulth created by others, for
he wabbled off on an unsteady wing
and with a chastened spirit.
Calgary Exhibition Notes
The program arranged for the Calgary Exhibition which takes place
June 28th to July Sth. is without a
j doubt the best ever presented, while
the facilities for taking1 care of the
visitors, as well as the exhibits, will
be greatly enhanced by the new concrete grand stand and cattle pavilion
now ln course ot construction. The
new grand stand will seat 6,000 people and the cattle building will provide a Judging and sale arena as well
as stabling accommodations.
In addition to the new buildings the
work of rearranging the various buildings for Exhibition purposes, after
having been used for the past four
years by tlie militia, is progressing.
The attractions for the 1919 Exhibition include such splendid features
as John Philip Sousa and his Band
of fifty-five musicians and two vocal-
Ists; passenger en trying and stunt
flying by two overseas aviators. Copt.
Fred McOall, D. 8. O., M. C. with bar,
D. P. 0„ of Calgary, and Capt. W. May,
D. V. C, of Edmonton; several high
class vaudeville acts;
than upon ihe first occasion, but with j ™
the same ejaculations In bee profan-
Ity, Mr. Bumble wus hoisted from thej
bussing hive to the outer air.
Aft er the second experience Mr.
Bumble wus pretty limp und weak, as
the smaller bees hnd applied their
stinging apparatus with a great deal
of enthusiasm,    lt was then that Mr. '
\ HV.V.  THAT TKII.I) to hi:
A   lt.Hlltt.lt  IIOLKIIt.YISKl
(From the Kaslo Kootenalan)
A case of au interesting bee fight
was observed here three or four days
tigo. the scrap being between a big
bumble bee that Invaded one of the
hives owned hy I). P. Knne and the
residents thereof.
Whether the bumble bee hud become Inculcated with Bolshevlki doctrines or had looked upon two much
red wine is not quite clear, but at any
rate this particular bumble bee took
it Into Iiis head to invade tlie Kane
hive and rough house it a little bit.—
in effect "to raise Kane."
Ho got iu all right but thc smaller
bees of the hive surrounded him In a
black mass, buzzing angrily and In a
minuto or so, figuratively speaking.
kicked   Mr,   Bumble  into  the  street.
After a few parting stings, doubtless
intended as a warning, they left him.
Mr. Bumble gathered himself up and
looked   dizzily  around.      There  was
no doubt about his feeling a little bit
Gillette
Safety Razor
The Shaving Service for Every Man
 —Everywhere
No Stropping
—No Honing
The Plant Which Is Kevolutionl/Jng
the Tire Hepnlr Industry.
With this plum we can rebuild und
retread either In ribbed or plain your
old casings no matter how badly worn
so long as the walls are good, so they
will give yon from 3000 to ',000 more
miles, at a cost of $10.00 for plain and
$12.00 for ribbed retreading, for size
1 30x11 1-2. Send for price list for larger sizes.   We use more tread rubber
i ta our work than Is used on new tires.
Orders left with H. R. Hlnton, Cranbrook, wilt receive prompt attention,
I or ship direct. We pay express
charges one way.
W. M. BUSH,   Plncher   Creek, Atffl.
Vulcsnlzer and Auto Painter.
The NEW
KIT SET
No. 20
A perfect ihaving ed|e it Ihe daily privilege ol Ihe Gillette Set*!
Razor owner.
Few men con hone or itrep • ruot eherp enough to .top it pulling
on Ihe neck end around the awkward placet. With a Gillette you de
not depend upon your own .kill in ..Topping and honing.
The perfection ol the edgee ol Gillette Blade. I. assured hy our
highly specialized machinery.
The new Kit Sot thown above i. mo.t compel* (especially convenient
when you go away for a holiday or on buiineu,)and enables you to enjoy
Ihe moat comfortable .have in a few minute, every morning.
Year Jeweler, smmntet, tr hardware dealer
con show yon a variety of Cilferte Sate at
$5.00 the wt
made IN    ^.sttmmmmtet*^     Canada
KNOWN THC
The Gillette Safety Razor Co. ol Canada, Limited,
Montreal, Canada. 483
LETHBRIDCEMILY HERALD
WILL KEEP YOU POSTED ON MEWS, PROGRESS
DEVELOPMENT OP THE TOWNS AND
COMMUNITIES ALONG THE
CROWS NBST PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RE8IDEHT8--
Three Months (or One Dollar
Six Months for Tiro Dollars
Fifteen Months for Fire dollars
Mail this coupon with   money to Lethbrldge Herald.
LETHBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbrldge, B. C.
Unclosed find % for which send tht Lelhbrldge Dally
Herald for   months.
Mum	
Address 	
\$**J&$4&'
■pOR every War Savings Stamp which you can
A purchase today for a fraction over $4.00 the
Dominion of Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00
in 1924. If you cannot make an outlay of $4.00 at
one time, accumulate sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps
and exchange them for a $4.00 War Savings Stamp.
C Should circumstances compel you to realize on
your investment, your money with accumulated
interest is always available.   .
NATIONAL WAR SAYINGS COMMITTIB
(OrltlNh Columbia ditIMob)
Veeeouvfr, 11. c,
Bvy Thrift Stamps
%
MINERS, PROSPECTORS
Mine Owners
THE CRANBROOK BOARD OF TRADE
will exhibit samples of Ore from this
Mining District, at the Alining Convention to be held In Nelson, on
June l»th Inst.
If Yon want the benefit of this advertising before the large number of Mining
Men who will attend this conentlon,
send samples of vour ores at once—5
or 10 lbs—with the name and location
and ownership of the mine or prospect
to E. H. McPhee, Cranbrook, B. 0.
THIS IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LAY YOUR
PROPOSITION BEFORE   PROSPECTIVE   BUYERS.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AT ONCE.
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Can To-day
Raworth Bros.
Junctors A Opticians
Ni'Xt to llu. I'lmlnftlce.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The nsers  are  the  Con-
nolsenrs.
EI>*10ND80N,S DANCE OBCHESTRA
Now Open for Engagements.    One to
Four Pieces
The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MBS. EDMONDSON
or phone 230 Cranbrook, B. C,
PRICES MARKED
lu every Coeur d'Alene bedroom Is a framed card on
which fs printed the rates of
the room.    In other words
tho    Coeur d'Alene   Hotel
marks  their  Belling prices
In plain figures.   The patron knows what his bill will
be; he knows that he Is not.
being overcharged   through
a misunderstand—his or the
clerk's—he  knows that be
in  paying Just what every
other occupant of that room
pays—  no  more,   nu  less.
That's   standard   American
practice in first class retail
stores; some day It will no
doubt be standard practice
In the best botels.
Ttiat framed card ls a small
detail,   but   it   Illustrates   the
Coeur d'Alene way   of   doing
things.    It's one of the many
concrete applications of    tbe
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room he occupies.
THE •
COEUR D'ALENE
THE HOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY
Spokane. Washington
Beware
of
luillatloiis
Sold
on Km
Merits
of
ill IN AMI'S
UNIJIKNT
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets Ib tbe
Perish Hall
lirst Tuesday
stternooa of
every month
atS p.m.
Pres. Mrs. D.
Campbell, boa
687
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Barton, P. 0. Box Ul.
All ladles co-dlally Invited.
GET   TIIAT   OLD    HOUSE
FIXED DP BEFOBE IT FALLS
DOWN OB GIVE US A CON-
' TBACT   TO BUILT)   TOtl   A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Pkoie 71 or IH     M. Box MS
LAIDLAW * DEWOLF
I'lrll and Mining Engineers
B. C. Land Sarveyora
CRANBROOK. B. C.
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians nnd Burgeon
Office at residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons  2.00 to   4.00
KveiiliiKH  J.S0 to   M0
Sundays     2.80 to   4.80
CRANBROOK, B. C.
I.O. O.K.
KEV CITV LODGE, No. 41
W'STW    at  Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
W. M. Harris        w. D. Ollroy
Boer. N. O.
Dli. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
Olllce In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to 5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
CBANBBO0K COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial Govt.
.Maternity and General Naralag
Massage and Rest Cure, Hlghtet
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 269 P. O Box SM
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
THE HOME 11AKERY
BoliL Frame, Pre*
•■lesii llreail. Cakes, Pies
anil Pastry
Phono ar
Norbury Are.      Opp City Hall
MONUMENTS
Kootenay Granite & Monumental Co, Ltd.
General Stone Contractors ami
Monumental Works'
Front Sl„ Nelson   P. 0. box 8*6
FOR PAINTING AND
PAPE It HANGING, ETC
—Phone—
JOHN CARD
PHONE NO. 4M,
CRANBROOK        .        a C.
KNIGHTS OF PVTHIA8
Craabreek, B. C.
Meete every Tuesday at I sm la
the Fraternity Bill
C. Q. Borgstrom, CO.
C. H. Collins, K. R. * B.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
|       CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge sad OraeaklB Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlttrhntlon Cars a Speetalty.
I>ni> hie and Transferrins;
Given prompt attention
Phono 19
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satisfaction GnaranlMd
•Headquarters tor all Mads ot
Repairs
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
I'lmne IMi
Norbary Aie, aeil ta City Hall
Montana Restaurant
Meals al All Boars
Cigars, Cigarettes nt Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite the Bank ot Commerce
If vou want satisfaction
with Tour washing
•and It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special orlces for family
work
DR.DeVAN'SFEMALE PILlSSffi.;
medicine Tur all Frmnle Complaint. ■$» « bos,
or three fur 110, tit tlriij-f nturen. Mailed to any
ruMruinti rcuclpt of prU*. Tut ScobAll Dkuo
Co,, St.Catliarlnca, Ontario.
PH0SPH0N0L FOR mjKft&ft.
for Nerve aud Brain* titcreaK* "sit-* SMIlii'i
ft;,£SK2,ja;S;,s,a=a:±ft THURSDAY, JUX15 19tll, 1919
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
PaUE IBHEE
We often recommend
ehell-rim spectacles because they are comfortable, look well und nre not
easily broken. Wc suggest
the rimless kind when
they are more becoming
and eerve a better purpose
No two persons require
exactly tlie sumo glasses.
Occupation, looks, style,
price, nil Imve to he considered. To fit you ns you
should be nnd want to bo
tilted is our solo desire,
Wo nre never snlisried unless you lire pleased,
HU. 1*. IKlilOo"
•Kg. Optlrlnn
l^ocal and Jrersonal
Insure with Beale & l.lwell.
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 9.
Wanted—A competent nurse; apply
to Mrs. F. W. Oreen. 20-1 l'.
THE INCONSISTENCIES OK I.IKK
are proven by the
fact that a mouse
is afraid of a man.
a man Is afraid of
a woman, and a
woman is afraid
of a mouse.
WE SELL MOUSE
TRAPS
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    8. C.
FOR SALE
9 seres close to town) S?4
seres cleared, t acres III crop—
alfalfa, rye nnd outs, gooseberry
blackcurrants and raspberry
bushes and twelve crab apple
frees, MO roots rhubarb.
5 roomed plastered house, chicken boose nnd 115 chickens.
Barn for three head of entile.
Good well water. Property
nil page wire fenced.
Price (1100 ou easy terms.
For farther particulars apply
Beale & Elweli
CRANBROOK. 1I.C.
2SSS
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
PHONG
;n;   ur   KM
Hov. Hughes, a former pastor of
the Methodist church here, Is now
stationed tn Kaslo.
Get your »slini'.; repaired by A.
Strange, IS Norbury ave. 2ft-3t
Mr. nml Mrs. 0. M. Lotmby, of Cp-b-
ton, pasHod through Crnnbrooi; the
oilier day on Ihelr way to Winder*
mere mid (he Iladluiu Hot Springs.
Wimtod- I.:. ,.!iel Lined Rofrlj3rut»r
ivcontl hand, must be lu good nmdl
tun.   Plion. ti.e iro'iild Office,     211,',
A great many prairie farmers imve
been in the neighborhood lately making enquiry for farm lands, more especially fruit IiuuIh and prairie.
Modern house for mile cheap. On
Harwell avenue. Terms. Apply John
Bennett, O'-'H llth Ave. West. Calgary,
Alia. --4-4I
There In much lienvior local demand this year than for some years
past. Much moro butiding and extensive repairs are going on In every dl-
lectlon.
Confectionery, fruit and soft drinks
nt 18 Norbury ave. 28-3t
It is announced that Fernle will
celebrate Dominion Day. According
to the Free Press this decision has
been reached by a committee whose
middle name ls optimism.
The Fernle G. \V. V. A, held a get-
together smoker In their club rooms
last Thursday e\'ening. There was a
splendid program of solos, part songs,
trios, quartettes, also clog dancing
and acrobatic stunts, Riven b<\
the G. \V. V. A. concert party.
at once for soldier settlement and the
rest is to be subdivided and prepared
iu lots the same size for sale to the
general public Nearly all of this is
logged-off land and highly suitable
for settlement. With uot a great deal
of work lt will become almost Immediately productive. lt ls not yet
known whut tbe government Intends
to do with the part of St. Marys Prairie that is available for soldier settlement,
FOIl SAUK— I second-hand Chevrolet cars in good order, cheap for
cash.   The Kootenay Garage.
The police of Fernle are Investigating every clue In connection with
the finding of a body of a female infant on Sunday, June 8th. Coroner
Thompson empunnelted a Jury. The
remains, which were wrapped In a
silken skirt and almost burled in a
heap of ashes when found, were in
nn ndvmu-ed state of decomposition..
Thoy were removed to a morgue and
n postmortem examination held. The
authorities are retirent with regard
to the progress of their investigations other than to state that there
will be quite a number of witnesses
subpoened to testify at  the Inquest. ]
Savings and Thrift Slumps haw heen
Introduced, and Incidentally they
enable every persru earning money
m Invest it in a government Minrlty
that pays well.
FIRES AHE  VKKY jjj
llth IOIU.ST UEHTHOYERS
In almost every pail of Cimada Hi*
enmp fire of picnic and fishing par
tlis continues to destto/ more of pub-1
Iii owned timber than could be gi wn
b; ihe planting of scor-2* of millions
',f trees.
frroni every direction comes urgent
suggestions that government.-, start tc
replant the waste fores' areas-. This
procedure may profitably apply to
certain sections of Canada. The niniii
consideration, however, is to stop the
destruction of timber requiring a century to grow. Planting is a highly
expensive alternative to fire prevention. If camp fires were invariably
extinguished, there would be less
need of asking the public treasury to
assume the cost of rebuilding the forests by the use of millions of seedlings. Camp fires in Canada have
stolen more public wealth than would
have transported the guilty campers
around the world on u luxurious free;
trip. Veteran woodsmen always build
their fires small and build them in a
safe spot, such as along a rocky shore
or on a gravel or sand base, never
among leaves or against a log.
V"iu'~'~" ""iSliii
I lvwnr|ftl«, if\jl,m,el\f,m   sr\fttn  et]f,u tit{/t,n i.r\fsm i^I/lnf
Noal Piola
tlenernl ( mHrncler In
1-ATHIMJ. I'l,VM'l.lt, BRICK
8TOSE k VV.MY.\T WftHK
P. O. Box B18 Fernie, 11. C,
P. O. Box Tl - t'lanbrook. 11. C.
Primary and Kindergarten
school: Principal, MIsb Rum-
say, Burwell avenue. For particulars phone 357. 2m.
A quiet wedding took place at the
home of Mrs. T. Grundy, Fernie, on
the Oth Inst., when her daughter Elizabeth, was united in marriage to Mr.
Fred Clarkstone of the Fernie police
force. The popular young couple left
for Portland, Oregon, where they will
spend ihelr honeymoon.
FOR SALE—Lots 21 and 22,ln block
4.1, Lumaden avenue; to be sold together or separately. This property
must be Bold; make an offer. Philip
Hamel. Blggar. Sask. 24-3t
Tho Civiston Kevtew says thot R
C. Eaktn, of Cranbrook. is a vliulor
fn town endeavoring to (uteres' local
capitalists in the formation of a .■. n»-
pany to distal an e'ectrlc light plant ■
here. A trio of Cranbrook business
men nr,- willing to go into the propo* •
s'.tton. und have .i 8000 light plant
[available to instnl hire immediately,
j POR SALE—Four farm wagons,
from $40 to $75; log truck. $100;
! buggy. $88; plow, $15; motor bort In
'premier Lake, $800; Peterboro canoe. $35. Apply to .1 F* Bridges. Crnnbrook, It   C. 2lt-3t
Fifty second hand sewing machines I
tn good running order, most of them
drop heads, for sale cheap at the J
Singer store, phone 157. 2-mly j
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
Justice F. A. Macdonald, of Vancouver. Is holding an assize court at
Fernle. Among those who are on the
jury from this district are; F. W. Burgess, Geo. Leask, J. Kerrigan, C. S.
Parker, P. Matheson, H. Edwards of
Wycllffe and Al Doyle of Fort Steele.
Fancy and Ball-room Dane-1
Ing  taught,   Por  particulars I
phone 404 or box 428.— Mrs.
Van Braam. 46-tf
No Room for Doubt.
Tf anyone doubts the needs of Cnn-
adfans to continue to save as they did
while the Huns were hammering at
tlie gates of Amiens, let him look at
Uie estimates recently submitted to
Parliament. They provide for an estimated expenditure of $800,000,000
during 1019-20. Of this *437,000,0O0 ts
on civil and $350,000,000 on war account. At best not more than $350.-
000.000 of thla ccould be raised by
taxation. The rest must come chiefly through borrowing from the people
of Canada.   This explains why War
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eal
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables   in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
, Father IVsmarais hnd a very exciting j
| trip  from Crnnbrooi-.  here on Sutur- ■
I day afternoon u>f !a»t week) savs the
j Creston Review.   Hiu Ford car devel-
I op.ed   angina  trouble  when   near  the
; top of thii big hill at (loat River nr.d
] when the brakes fniled to work tiler*1
! was no  ?"ape fr.im a drop over tlte
! grade.   The car turned turtle land in;
on the w nd shield.    Fortunate)/ It"
bad cr inched    undt r    the    stc.ri-n*
wheel  when thc nr went over and
tins escaped with a little more ihu.t
j 11  •lllililll .■   up
Packet of
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
Will Kill MOPt FLIES THAN
$8°pW0P:h   01   ANY
STICKY '    < iATCHFP
Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug-
gists, Crojcrs und General Stores.
Calgary Exhibition
June 28th to July 5th
SHOW WINDOW OF WESTERN CANADA'S BEST
LIVE   STOCK   AMI   INDUSTRIAL   PRODUCTS
Positively tlie BEST PROGRAM ever presented
—including—
SODSA and His BAND
PASSENGER CARRYINB AND STUNT  FLYING By
Capt. Fred McColl, D.S.O-, M.C. with liar, anil D.F.C.
nf Calgary, and
('apt. W. May, D.F.C. of Edmonton.
EXCELLENT VAUDEVILLE, HORSE & AUTO RACES
New Concrete Grand Stand and Cattle Building
REDUCED  PASSENGER RATES   from Alberta and
.Sask points, also B.C. east of Nelson and Golden.
PRIZE LIST NOW HEADY—ENTRIES CLOSE June 18
i   E.J. Dewey, President.       E. L. Richardson, Manager.
Qps*Ai" fAr •tt*Af tttAjs i ii *At' • uitAr"1 —*Afi ftAi" -»«
How About That Trip        .«
During Your Holiday ™
WILL Vol   REQUIRE A GRIP
SUITCASE Ol! think;
We ore showing a very nlci Selection ot
Everleigh Dependable Lines
The prices arc reasonable for Good ((unlit;
Material. Workmanship ami  Appearance
FARM FOR SALE
AT OWNERS PRICE
•tin acres 2% Allies from Town
40 Acres under Cultivation
13 Acres in Timothy.
Small Frame Buildings
Creek and Spring.
Price--$15 per acre
F. A. RUSSELL,      Y.M.C.A. Bldg.
CRANBROOK. D. C.
WW
Sealed tight-Kept right
WRIGLEYS
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS,
ESTIMATES   AM>
SUPRKINTRNHANCK
Heniortcllinu nml Hopalr* n
Spec hilly.
J.    F.    Ill'('III'IIO IT
Creston Review: Mrs. J, B. Kmv
I ncdy nml daughter Ruth spent » few
.days with trletida in Cranbrook...An
; automobile club ib im'Iiir formed In
Creston, Tin- weather <>r tbe pnsl
I webk conttnnee conl with occasional
I showers, with iho water on tho tuts
! about ImMhiK jtB own. It. would look
I nn If nil itntiRor front exceptional
I flooding In now pnr,t..D. Brow.t. of
Victoria, nnd John Lamb, of Mellort.
I Sr.uk.. wrc recent visitors hero loolt-
I Iiir tbe Valley over for a location for
I n syndicate of Melfort farmer:} win
I are m6vlng to B. c. tfils fall.
('KAMItiOOk
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Heirnlar Meeting
SECOND  SATl IIOAV of each
nonth at 2 p.m. In the Clly Hall
J. P. Lewis
KIMBKRI.KV, II. C.
I have Just Installed a tlasn*
line Service Tank and nlll bo
flad to till yunr orders.
Lot os snpiilj yon also with
011.8, TIRES, KMAI.I, 1(11111
KEPAIB8, ETC.
The provincial government lin-; pur
clmsed a 7,500 acre tract from Mr.
Brlggs and tho Canyon City .Lumber
Co. Ior general settlement. Tho price
was |30 and $3!> an acre. A number
of 40-ucre tracts are to be developed
Eczema Wash
A touch of D. D. D. to any eczema
mm. or HchlnK eruption und you'll be
able to rent and aleep once more.
Think—just a touch! Is it worth trying? (let a trial bottle today. Your
money buck If the firot bottle does not
relievo you. Sold by Cranbrook Drug
nnd Bonk Co.
The Liicxuid.'
CrubMofc Draf ul 1
Oo.
CHEVROLET "490'
CARLOAD JUST UNLOADED
$1075.00   CRANBROOK
We have also one of the New
BABY GRAND CHEVROLET - $1675.00
Which is the Hit of the Seasan.       Call and see it.
The KOOTENAY Garage
AGENTS
PHONE   147
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ol Canada Limited
Offices, SnielliiiR and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AM)     REFINERS
I'linliiiM-rs of (.old. Silver, Copper and Lead Ore*
Producer* of Mold, Silver, Copper, Milestone, Pig Lend and
Spelter "TAIIANAC" Brand. page rfi\
THE      CRANBROOK      uuiUU)
THURSDAY, JUNE 19th, 101*
RAlUVAi   SEN'S KEMOMAli
SERVICE  IMl'REHSIVE ONE
(Continued from pa«e L)
you unburht, True rellcton la all tlie
better tor Its background of doubt,and
true faitli is ever bo much more dynamic when Bomettmes -*'; load is rot
followed upon baiancod creeds of »ub-
tlo theological schools, but when the
head goes out into the ilttrk und feels
after'God anu a man dares to -hape
his life after tlu- will or Ood as he
knows it.
This is all I want to say about those
who lie out yonder under the little
white crosses. I know, you know,
they were so many ana such different
kinds of men. They were like Shad-
rach, Meslia*. and Abcdnego—thoy believed In Ood but were sorely tem-t-
ed of the devil. They believed in
prayer, but doubted If it would avail
against Mind fury und i'lauie. Ood
knows best, we leave it to him. but
they were men of faith.
Now they have fallen, have they forever passed out of our reckoning?
Must we think only of them In past
terms and wall till the grass grown
higher than the little crOBoes an 1 liy-
and-bye some und.acorn Ing gonera-
tlon ploughs them iu under the soil
where the new harvest springs and
and the children sIuk. laugh and play
once more? That Is not the way tho
writer of the epistle speaks or those
who have heen a very long time dead.
He says: "They that say fluch tilings
declare plainly that they seek a coun
try, and if they had been mindful of
that from whence they came out they
rol#ht have had opportunity to return.
Now they desire a hotter country." I
think I hear the theologian say again,
"0 yes, but that galaxy of heroes in
the llth chapter of Hebrews desired
a heavenly country," Did they?
Think again. Wai Abraham seeking
for a place among angols, or was he
seeking for a country called Canaan
and for a more numerous progeny?
Was iMoses .seeking to prepare tl
children of Israel for translation to
the world beyond, or was he seeking
to bring them out of Egyptian bondage Into a new land of woods and
valleys, mountains and hills, the land
called Canaan? Por what did Moses
fight and struggle and pray? Did he
not adjure these children of Israel to
seek for u promised land, There is
no spirituality that is not broad bused
on earth. That great prayer the Master gave us to pray—Is it not a very
earthly prayer? "Our Father who art
In Heaven, hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done
on earth, etc. The fatherhood of God
involves the brotherhood of man—but
"man's inhumanity to man makes
countless thousands mourn."
Surely If God means anything today
by his dealings with the children ot
men lt Is that he wants us to make
this earth u little stralghter, better,
cleaner than lt is. I think we may
safely leave the heavenly reulm to
him. I think It would he well to concentrate our minds ou tlie things
around us. A man cannot bo fully a
follower of Jesus who does not with
all his heart and soul strive to make
the things around us uftcr the pattern of Christ: That the mountains
of Iniquity be laid low. that the valleys of righteousness bo exalted, the
rough places smooth, the crooked
straight and that all flesh shall see
It because the Lord God hath demanded it. You cannot have men fit for
heaven unless you give them fit living conditions on earth. Yon can
have no real spirituality unless It
goes down into the roots of dully life
and your daily business with your
fellow men. War is over. Listen, the
guns have ceased firing so that we
may hear the voices of those who He
In silence underneath white crosses,
Listen—"We desire n better country.
Handers  Field*
We are the dend. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe;
To you with falling hands we throw
The torch: be yours to hold lt high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We  shall  not  sleep  though   poppies
grow
In Flanders fields,
Why did they fnll? They fell because they were the inheritors of a
rotten system of statecraft which for
hundreds    of    years    has    counted
WANT ADS.
thrones and national prejudices as of
more value than the lives of men and
we have lo crucify and bury that notion beyond the hope of resurrection.
They died for tlieir country und possessed hut little of it. Ninety per
cent were laboring to meet the demands of economic conditions. There
is room for a better country and we
would do wisely If, rather than arguing over theological subtleties we
gave ourselves to leading the van for
the betterment of the land for which
these men died.
If Christian men nnd women take
home to tlieir hearts more than ever
they have done before tbe spirit of
consecration—the feeling thnt others
have fallen und falling have passed
on to them the torch to hold lt high:
tbey desire a better country. Don't
mock them; don't meet them with
platitudes about shorter hours of labor and higher rate of wages. We
shall have to go deeper. Don't print
lhe word Bolshevism In scare capitals
aud think you have solved tho problem. There Is u truth and moral at
tho bottom. I am as sure as 1 live
that you cannot have a world war
i without causing men to think. You
i have flung 30 million.-, of men some
I how or oilier down there Into the but
tletlolds and those who have come
back huve returned witli clarified
minds, witli deoper desires and with
a greater consciousness than they
ever had before that there are s<
many things wrong which need putting right, itut how is It to be achiev-
ed? Men arc nol made saints by scolding. It is useless to curse the mil
llonalre or the Labor Party. Democracy Is out for a new social order.
Lloyd George told the labor party to
huve the audacity to make a new
world. There ls no question about
audacity and labor wants to make a
new world in a hurry. Wemaystand
aside or enter into the current. We
may save our skin or lose our life, but
there is nn old saying that he who
saveth his life shall lose it.
Do not forget that this is not the
final crisis in our Empire history.
England wns only saved by a religious
revival a little over a century ago
when France was flowing with human
blood. If we want (O Ood, how we
want it!) that tills Empire, thu: Can
ada of ours shall not be torn Into
shreds but shall marcli on to greater
liberty their must be a spirit of fair
play and a spirit of sacrifice—those
who have must meet those who have
not—In the spirit of those who faced
the autocracy of Europe for the sake
of those who shall follow after. Men
ure hungry for God but they have
lost him and we have to bring them
back with a simpler, a manlier and a
straighter Christian appeal. We have
to appeal to their faith in the justice
of God. There can be no blessing with
Injustice, no permanent peace without justice.
Who says thc church is superfluous
today? If she ls It Is because she has
been dealing with superfluities. It Is
time, past time, she got down to
things that have cost thousands ot
lives, and therefore I venture to apply the text with confidence: "and
therefore God ls not ashamed to be
called their God for he hath prepared
for them a country.
No country or power has ever
marched to lasting victory but had
on Its banner, "The Lord God Omnipotent Heigneth." Nothing but
cure confidence In Almighty Ood as
the guide and sovereign of man can
ever bring satisfaction to a feverish,
mentally unbalanced, material worshipping world. God has not forsaken humanity even if humanity has
tried to live without God. The high
eternal purpose will be fulfilled at
last. The gates of opportunity are
ready to swing wide open. The trumpet call is sounding; the hearts ot
men are touched and Ood ls ready to
lead them Into the better country.
Will you answer the call: will you
keep faith witli those who died for
better country?
He hath  sounded  forth  the trumpet
that shall never call retreat,
Ho is sifting out the hearts of men
before his Judgment seat
0. be swift my soul to hear him, be
jubilant my feet.
Our Ood Is marching on.
In the beauty of the lilies Christ was
born across tlie sea,
With a glory ln his bosom that trans
figures you and me;
| As Ho died to make men holy, let us
live to make men free,
Wliile Ood Is marchln* on.
j WARDNER NOTES
June   17.—Are   we  In   tt?    Well.   I
guess. Apparently one would think
so if they saw tho big ball game that
was played at Wardner between Wiy-
olifte and Wardner on Sunday. It
was what you might call a HEAL
game, the score reading 6 to 8 In
Wardner's favor. Considering that
Wardner was playing practically two-
thirds of n. C. we'd call lt a mighty
fine score. Derr, the Spokane all-
star, may have got the goats of our
boys on the 24th. but I think that the
Wycllffe team will admit that Thompson got their nannies on Sunday.
What say, boys? and at that we're
$35.00 to the good. Tho Wardner
team might be termed the Crows NeBt.
Champs, having the rep. of losing
only one game out of the five tbey
have plnyoil so far this season. They
are open to challenge any team In
the vicinity, and we will bank on them
being victorious. Of course any team
in tho vicinity don't mean Spokane
and vicinity. The boys will probably |
play the latter In a short time, seeing
as they are well acquainted with all
those fancy curves, etc., of tbe all-
star pitcher. Mr. Derr. Alright boys.
we'll be ready: "Where do we go from
hero?"
THE STAR SECOND  HAND  STORE
List of Bargains this Week
We are always at tlie other end of
Phone 9. For anything In the furniture line—if you want to buy, sell or
exchange, ring phone i). Good prices
given for all kinds of furniture.
GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK —$28.00;
worth $50.00.
PARLOR SUITE—In renl leather; :i
pieces; $49; worth double.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of arm
chairs ln solid leather at bargain
prices.
MAGNIFICENT     SETTEE—In     solid
leather;  $50; honestly worth double.
GARDEN TENT—Good order; $12.
CANADA PRIDE STEEL RANGE—
Malleable steel, good as new, cos)
$88; |5Q.
PERFECTION OIL STOVE-3 burn-
ers, with oven, good as new; $2.1
PERFECTION OIL STOVE—2 lmm-|
en, with oven; $1(1.
PRESENTATION TO
MISS MAROARET EILEEN t ARR
Miss "Peggy" Carr, head waitress
at the Cosmopolitan, was made the
recipient of a very nice silver tea service by Messrs. Balrd and Mahaffey,
and a set of sliver knives, forks, dessert and teaspoons, etc., by a number
of the boarders, on the eve of her departure to her home in Coleman, Alta.
The following address accompanied
the presentation which was made on
Sunday last:
Cranbrook, B. C, June 16th, 1919.
Miss Carr,
City.
Dear Miss Carr,—Will you please
accept the enclosed gift as a small
token of onr esteem from the following friends: Messrs. Rutley, Barrett,
McLennan, McDonald, Armour, Rev.
Lyon, Mahaffey, Davidson, Kelly,
Spreull, Hayman, Stewart, lUtcllff,
Arnold, Myers, Heart, Fink, Thompson, Raworth.
P. if- We also enclose a small gift
to Miss Nellie Carr, which will you
please to give her with our kind regards.
'■Hands Up" Is a Western serial. It
Is cyclonic ln its swift-moving pual-
ltles. It Is jammed full of thrilling
deeds.   Don't miss lt.
EOHT STEELE NOTES
Juno 18.— Mrs. McTavish, MIsb;
Bryan and Mr. McArthur were In
town last week.
An enjoyable dance was held last
Friday in the Band Hall, and many
from outside districts attended. A-
mong those present were H. Munroc
and wife, from Premier Lake, L.Clark,
from Crunbrook, Mr, and Mrs. How-
urd and Mrs. Cretney. Mrs. Edmund-1
son's orchestra supplied tbe music.
Bertie Bell, of the 54th, arrived
home last Sunday.
Messrs. Trite, Bonnelli, Hesketh
und McLean were in town on Monday
re soldiers' memorial for Fernie district.
Miss Symes, of Cranbrook, spent
tho week end with Mrs. Oalbralth.
Joe Campbell and family passed
through town on Sunday.
Mr. Oalbralth, Indian Agent, ts visiting the reserves at Creston and the
Arrow Lakes on official business this
week.
Mr. King and Mr. Allard, of New
York, left for their homes on Monday.
The former bagged a bear, and the
latter some interesting photos of
game and country. They were rather
disappointed in not securing the king
of bears, a grlzzley, but unfortunately
the whistlers had chased al the grizzlies out of the country for the time
being. They secured, however, a
beautiful grfzzley's tall, about two
feet long, which a young grlzzley was
forced to drop a month before Its
time iu its hurry to get away from
the whistlers. These big game hunters from New York Intend to come
back In the fall and see If they cannot
get the rest of that grlzzley. They
will know him as soon as they set
eyes on him because he has lost his
tall.
Mr. Sowerby, of Wasa, was In town
on Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Nlcol and Mrs. Kershaw visited Cranbrook on Monday.
Mrs. BInmore, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Baker and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bleumenaur, Mrs. Oalbralth and Mr. and MrB. Attree andj
family visited Cranbrook to see "The
Better 'ole." j
Al Doyle is away In Fernle on
grand Jury.
E. H. Attree was In Cranbrook on |
Tuesday on business connected with!
tho city.
Wm. Stewart and family visited |
Steele on Tuesday, in their new Mc-i
Laughlln car. "Billy" will soon bej
making long tours.
WATER NOTICE
Take notice that The Wild Horse
Creek Placer Gold Mining Company
Limited (non-personal liability)
whose address Is Baker Street, Cranbrook, wilt apply for a license to take
and use 45 feet per second of water
out of Perry Creek, which flows northerly and drains Into St. Marys
River. The water will be diverted
from the stream at a point on Lot
5446, Group One. Kootenay District,
belonging to the estate of the late J.
A. Harvey, and will be used for Hydraulic Mining purposes, upon the
Mines described as Placer Leases
No. 155, 168, 157, 158 and 159. all on
Perry Creek.
This notice- was posted on the
ground on the 14tll day of May 1819.
A copy of this notice and nn application i ursuatit thereto and to the
"Wnter Act, or 1014," wltl be filed in
the office of the Water Recorder at
Cranhrook. Objections to tlte application may be filed wtth the said
Waler Rocorder or with tho Comptroller of Waler Itights. Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within fifty
days after tlie first appearance of this
notice in a local newspaper. The date
of the first publication of tills notice
is June 19* 1910.
The Wild  Horse Creek   Placer Oold
Mining Company  Limited,
Applicant.
By Gurd & Spreull, Agent.    25-4t
Disturbed sleep usually
comes from some form of
indigestion. Strengthen
tl2 stomach and stimulate
the liver with a course of
pescbatD's
Pills
Um»i Site of mt Midlcto* (. tk* W«M.
iulii ftvtynkcrm.  Im MMfc-tffc
The Corporation of the Clly of
Cranbrook
NOTICE  TO  TAX-PAYERS
Rate Payers are requested lo bear
in mind that owing to tlie change ln
the Municipal Act, no discount can be
allowed on their taxes this year and
further that a penalty of 10 per cent
will bo added on July lst on those
Taxes remaining unpaid on that date
and a further penalty of 5 per cent
will be added on October 1st on
taxes then unpaid.
Pay your Taxes early and avoid the
penalty.
T. M. ROBERTS.
Collector.
City Hall, Cranbrook. B. C.
June 12th. 1919. 24-3t
The tireateot Serial of All Time
"Hands
Up"
Who Is the Phantom
Kidcr who lurks in the
liiick ground Si shields
Ihis beautiful heroine
from  death and   ills-
aster
->
See the first Instalment of this
Pathe Serial, with the beautiful Star
Ruth Roland
WK TEH, YOI'  IMINKSTI.Y
that—
THK FIRST CHAPTI.lt will lie
Flashed upon the Screen for
your Inspection as mysteriously
(without warning:) us its char,
acter—
THE PHANTOM RIDER
THEN—The City will be heralded like a Circus for the re,
maluing day showing that all
may see it.
Clly of Cranbrook
WAR MEMORIAL MEETING
A Publif' Hosting of the Citizens ls
licrcby culled for Monday, July 7lh In
tho City Hall at 8.30 p.m. for the purpose of considering ln what form the
Permanent Memorial to our Fallen
Heroes from this District shall take,
to devise ways and means for the collection of thc funds necessary for such
purpose und to form such Committees
as may be deemed advisable.
In view of the importance of this
matter It ts highly desirable that the
meeting should be a thoroughly rop-..-*
sentative one.
w". P. Cameron, Mayor.
City Hall, Cranbrook, 1! C.
June 12th. 1919. 24*31
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energy that throws off the cold and prevents its
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1  REGISTERED  HEREFORD
BULL, FIVE YEARS OLD—
very high class animal
ALSO ABOUT 60 YEARLINGS
mostly Herefords, two
thirds heifers;
ALSO COWS with Calf at foot.
If you are looking for
foundation stock accustomed to the B. C.
climate,   don't fail to
see this bunch.   Apply
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THAT WE KNOW.
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Eyesight Specialist
DawKC.
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Had to keep on working when I wu
not able to. I uw Vinol advertised
and tried it, and I want to toll yon It
just cured that cold In a ihort time.
lt made ma Ht and sleep well, bettor
everyway."—J. C. Bag ley, Dunn, N.C.
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como mra
We require twenty cars dry
1-foot Tamarac * Spruce
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Vancouver, B.C.
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Effective June 1st, 1911).   Them will bo u general cbunge In train
service.   Times tor trains nt Cranbrook will be:
No. 87
Dally
23.01)
l.v   Medicine Mul   Ar
No. 68
Dally
Lv   Calgary   Ar
7.50
l.v   l.etlibrid-i'   At-
l.v   Pernio   Ar
Ar   Cranbrook   l.v
Lv   Cranbrook   Ar
Lv
2.00
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lO.O.i
lii.15 Ar   Kingsgate
ir».fi.» Ar   Kootenay Lnndlng   l.v
Por further particulars apply to any ticket agent.
J. El. PROCTOR. District Passenger Agent. Calgary.
18,41)
11.20
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EDISON Theatre Program
POPULAR
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Wednesday, June 25
—From 8 to 19 p.m*-—
Big Dince---Juiy 1st \
—From 0 ii.m. to 1 ii.in.-.
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Second International ■
Mining
Convention
Nelson, B.C., June 19th,
20th, 21st
Nineteen hundred and nineteen
Under Die auspices of tlie Nelsson, Slocan aad Eastern Britlvh
Columbia Mining Association, and assisted by the Canadian Mining
Institute, thc American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical
Engineers, the Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, the City ot
Nelson and the Nelson Board of Trade.
PROGRAM
The program will Include addresses by eminent authorities on
mining and ore treatment and by successful prospectors.
KNTEItT.UNMF.NT
On the program of entertainment will be a Banquet, at which wtll
known orators will speak, dancing, smoking concert, automobile tripe,
launch trips on the lake. Special arrangements for entertainment of
visiting ladle*.
During the Convention there will be a joint session of the C. M. I.
and the A. I. M. M. E.. also the institution of a Branch of the C. M. I.
for the Interior.
FRED A. 8TARKBY,
J. J. MALONE,
President.
Delegates will purchase one fare first class tickets, obtaining from
Agent at the time of purcchase a standard certificate, to comply with
tho rule when Issuing Convention rates.
More Bread &
Better Bread
INTRODUCING
King's Quality Flour
Made from the BEST WHEAT
12.000 Barrels Dally
Produced by
MA I'l, I. I.KAF  Mll,l,l**(l CO.
1-argenl Flour Milling Co. In
Canada
Branch al. Medicine Hal -
lledley Shaw Milling Co.
t
Cranbrook Trading Co J
AGENTS
\\m ul\fssanstlfsm mf\f,m «*\ftsa ir\f,m   r\f,m   Hfrsnulfr
UNI) HKfllSTHY ACT
(Section 24)
In thi; matter of Lot 1, Block 12,Town
ot  Klmberley, Mai>   (64, Kootenay
District
Proof having been filed ln my office
of the loss of Certificate or Title No.
4669-1, to tho above mentioned Lot, ln
the name of John Donald Mason, and
being dated tile 9th day ol August 1917
I hereby give notice of my Intention
at (he expiration at   oa*   calendar
! of to issue to the said John Donald
Mason a fresh Certificate ol Title In
lieu or such lost Certificate. Any por.
son having any Information wtth reference to such loot Certificate ot Title
is requested to communicate with the
undersigned.
Dated nt the Land Registry O/floe,
Nelson, II. Or, this Met day ot thy 1119
E. 8. STOKBS
District Registrar ot HUM.
Date ot tint rskl-eai-*** Mav N,
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