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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 24
MaOa-lNCl-l- &$$,.*»
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY   16,  1928
X r M B I. K    al I
C.R.C. ICE CARNIVAL, feb. 23, Don't Forget
Supt. Tenders       »
His Resignation:
KEUREATION CLUB
NOTES
It. ('. Kahhi Asked (0 Reconsider liecisioii to Lenvo
city Service
Tlio regular meeting of the City
Council was held on Wednesday, with
Mayor Cameron and all aldermen
present, On motion ot a/Vldormen Balment nnd Cameron, tho minutes of the
last rogular meeting were adopted.
Tho (Inauce committee prosontod ror
payment accounts amounting to
$9,727, which were pas-Bed.
The annual report of tho auditor
Was read by the City Clerk. Iu gen-
oral the report ehowod that tlio financial condition of Iho City Is good.
In connection with the sinking fund
ibo city clerk explained there was a
Surplus of $9,500, accounted for by
the fact that a previous council had
repurchased with a portion of the accumulated funds certain debentures
In tho amount of $21,339. Few cities
wero in a position to show surpluses
In their sinking fund account, the
city clerk stated. The auditors advised against the repurchase of further debentures by the City nt this
time.
In connection with the water department the report shows that a
deficit of $488.65 was Incurred, this
being duo to the heavy expense that
the City was put to last winter.
The electric light department shows
a profit of $6,748, to which also be
added tbe sum of $195.42, which was
the profit from wiring and supplies,
which at the instance ot the electrical'
superintendent had only been starteu
this year, this making practically
$7,000 surplus.
Alderman Flowers considered that
the excellent profit obtained showed
that the action of the Council In mal>
Itig a change In the method nf their
supply of energy had been a wise
one.
In connection with the application
of G. A. Touche & Co. for re-appointment ub auditors. It wns moved by
Aldermen Flowers and Cameron thai
ihe loiter be considered in a month's
time.
Alderman Dalment reported 1' t fie
works department that the Btreets had
been kept In repair, and that when
necessary ashes and sand had been
placed on the side walks Refuse had
been collected and the lanes kept
clean. The report was accepted nnd
ordered filed.
Alderman Rrcnsden for the the flic
department reported that there had
been no alarms during the men:a.
All hydrants had been inspected dally
and found to be In good condition.
Keport accepted and ordered filed.
Aid. Balment for tho Water Committee reported all hydrants Inspected
during tho month. Thawing hod been
done six times. The water in the
reservoir hail  remained normal.
Alderman Cameron for the sewer
committee reported the system In
good condition.
The light committee through Aid.
Flowers, reported seven new consumers, Bevon cut off, twenty new meti r-
put tn, and some other alterations
made.
Aid. Kllby reported application from
two parties for relief. The cases
are to be Investigated.
Tha offor ol Dr. J. W. Rutledge lo
accept the position of Dairy Inspector al tho lame salary and unjer the
(Continued on   Page Sit
An error lu last week's account of
the prises being given to tho persons
securing tbo niOBt members in the
drive tor now names is herewith corrected, To the person securing most
members thore will bo given a year's
membership to the club, together with
0 choice of a tennis rncquot or a pair
uf skates. Tho second prize will bo
a years membership with either a
hockey slick or four tonnls balls. No
prize will bo given unlesB the number
obtained Is over twenty-five.
Tho annual meeting of tho Cranbrook Rocreatlon Club will be held
In tho Club Rooms on the evening of
Monday, February 19th at 8 o'clock,
A full attendance la requested.
Arrangements are under way for
iho forming of a business men's class
In connection with the Club. There
is every promise that this will be ono
of the most successful departments of
tho Club. Get In line and add years
to your life by taking physical drill
and a swim once or twice a week.
<KANBROOK  HOCKEY
TEAM WILL CONTEND
FOR McBRIIrK THOIMIY
Claim in Recognized   to .Challenge for Interior Champ-
inntihip of Province
G.W.V.A.  NOTES
A general meeting Is to be held at
the G. W. V. A. ou Saturday evening
of this week, February 17th, at 7.30
p.m. Business of Importance Is to
conic up, and a large attendance of
veterans is requested.
Arrangements aro going aheud for
the annual masquerade dance, to be
held on the evening of Friday, March
ltith, at the Auditorium, and It is hop-
od tho event will prove one ot the biggest successes yet recorded.
HOYS OF TCXIS SQUARE
I> CHARGE OF BAPTIST
EVENING SERVICE
At the evening service of the Bap-
tfBt Church on Sunday evening next,
tlio boys of the Tuxls Square will have
charge, and the order of service will
bo as follows:
Chairman   Verne Woodman
Hymn
Reading of Scripture nnd Prayer
Alex Mennte
Address, "Playing the Man,"
Jafi. Johnson
Address, "What Is a Christian?"
Ray Brown
Anthem    Church Choir
Offering and Announcements
Address, "Why a Boy should
Be a Christian" -    Ronnie Hnynes
Hymn
Vddress, "A Boy's Religion."
Gordon  Woodm.n
Address, "What the Church las a
Right to Expect of thr
TuxlS Boys,"        II. lllnlon
\ ,;■    . "What the Tuxls Boys
Have a Rtghl to Bxpeot of
the Ohuroh,".., M. Sounder? and
F. Constnn'lne
i [ymn
Members of the Anglican choir, and
ii few friends, to tho number of about
twenty, enjoyed a supper and social
time on Tuesday evening at tho Parish Hall. After a substantial supper
hud been partaken of, games were
the order of tho evening, a very enjoyable time resulting.
PROGRAM OF SUNDAY CONCERT,
STAR THEATRE, FEBRUARY I8th, at 9 p.m.
1 Overture     "Life  Is a Dream"       Rtlenberg
Orchestra
2 Siring Quartette      "Wwgenlted"       Bach
Messrs. Novak, Alexander, Thompson and chorlton
3 Soprano Duet   ...  "I Will Magnify Thee, O God"   J  Mosentha!
MrB. E. Patorsnn and Mrs, F. O. Novak
4 Cornet Duet ... "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes"
Mr. F. O. Novak and Mr. W. II, Bevan
6   Selection       "Mnrltnna"    Wallace
OrchcBtra
6 String Trio   "In the Woodland"    "Ockalbt
Mr. J. S. Alexander, Mr. .1. K. Cliorlton, MIbb Ivy Bidder
7 Brass Quartette .... Quart otic from "Marltana"   Walace
Messrs. Novak, Bevnn.Burton and Kay.
8 Selection     "Fuvorlta"       Dontxetti
Orchostra
9 Soxaphone Quartette . "When Love's A' Cullin' You"  Beresford
Messrs, Kay, Novak, Burch, Burton,
GOD SAVE THE  KING
By its unbeaten record iu tbe Selkirk Hockey League, the Cranbrook
Hockey team has established its right
to challenge for the McBrlde Cup, emblematic of tlio amateur championship
of tho interior of the province, at present hold by Nelson. A challenge
was sent in from tlie Cranbrook club
last week, but was turned down ow
Ing to some misunderstanding iib to
the status of tho Cranbrook players In
tho amateur registration of the province, and a challenge from Kimberley
was accepted by Nolson at the same
time. The right of Cranbrook to play
for tho championship has now been
recognized by the trustees of the cup,
and the games will take place at Nelson, probably about tho 26th of the
month. A prior challenge from Merrill has first to be disposed of by the
Nelson team before tlie Cranbrook games can be scheduled.
Those who have seen tho clean aud
classy hockey put up by the local
team this year will agree that the capture of the trophy would be a very
happy culmination of the season's games.
Curlers Wind Up
Big Bonspiei
Pernie Gets Majority of Cups,
inn!  Cruuhrook Take* the
Kemniiiliig Two
INSPECTOR COMPLIMENTS   I
CENTRAL SCHOOL STAFF
AND   TIIE   PRINCIPAL
OBITUARY
SPEAKS TO ROTARY
CLUB ON WORK OF
RECREATION CLUB
In connection with the movement
now on foot to build up the membership of the Recreation Club by means
of popular fees within the reach of
almost everyone, M. A. Beale,,treasurer of the club, spoke at the Rotary
Club luncheon on the subject pn Tues^
day on tho work of the club, and why
it deserved the support of Rotary. Arising out of the discussion. It was decided to form a business men's class
at the club. Mr. Beale's brief address was as follows:
Two weeks ago we listened to ex-
•ellent talks from Morrison Clark and''
They comOj they curled, they coil
riuerud. Such is the short history of
the annual bonspiei of the Crows Nest
Curling Asi relation, which occupied
tlie attention of the city last week. Bu-
loess was at a standstill. The Mayor officially handed tho town over to
thi visitors, who all seemed to have
thoroughly good time.
Aa foreseen last week the visitors
tarried away most uf the prizes. For
nlo seeming to have an edge on the
rest of the rinks, carrying away six
of the cups, Cranbrook keeping the
remaining two.
The results wero as follows:
Grand Challengo — Herchmer 1st,
Klrkham 2nd, Corrie 3rd, Ward 4th.
Tritcs-Wood — Kastner 1st, Gillespie 2nd, Klrkham 3rd, Brown 4th
Magratb — Corrio 1st, Simpson 2nd
Kastner 3rd, Hodgson 4th.
McLeod -- Corrio lsft Staples 2nd
Wallace 3rd, Herchmer 4th.
International - Brown 1st, Cam*
oron 2nd, Douglass 3rd, Staples 4th.
Interprovthctal — Cameron 1st,
Hodgson 2nd, McPheo 3rd. Wallace
4th,
Consolation - Bowness 1st, Cameron 2nd, Greenway 3rd, MacPherson.
Grand Aggregate —- Corrie 12,
Kastner 11.
With three cheers and a tiger the
visitors left for their homes on Saturday afternoon, there being a big
i rowd at the depot to see them leave.
"There go all our good prizes," was a
remark heard, as tho train pulled out,
bearing the victors with their spoils.
On Saturday evening the finals to
tlio Interprovlnclal were played, when
tlie Cameron rink defeated Hodgson
in a good game. Previous to this the
mayor's rink had defaulted to Bow-
iuss in tho final ot, the Consolation.
The bonspiei was brought, to a fitting close with a little spread at the
k, and the presentation ot tbo Ca-
Committees Ntinted ut Regular
Mooting of School ltnj.nl
on Friday Last
Ed. MacKay on the subject or boys' meron cup. when Cecil Morrison, son
work. The former stated that in his < *" p- M- Morrison, in full Scoach cos-
opinion a place of recreation for the tume, did tho honors for the occasion
boya and girls was essential in every very acceptably.
community.    Ed agreed with him, and ]  •-*-* ■	
I am sure every  Rotation  endorses j*    **«*»#**••
what they had to .#.y on lb; subject, * "
and  yet  when  the  director*  o.  the   ■ WEDDING *
Recreation Club appealed to tho Ro- • •
tory  Club  for  assistance,   they  were  •••••••••••
turned down for two reasons, as  I; Smith      l.adrroute
understand It, firstly, because the Re-J Ou Monday morning of this week,
creation Club could not provide ac- February 12th, a quiet wedding took
oommodation for the children en I place at St. Mary's Church, when Miss
masse, and secondly, their scale of J Elizabeth Frances Laderoute was unices only came within reach of the 1 ted in marriage to Mr. Patrick J.
privileged few. With the first point1 Smith, of Lumberton. The bride was
l do not agree, because 1 think it Is J formerly of Amprlor, Ont., and has
not a fair stand to take, Out if we i been visiting since last summer at the
cannot help all, wu should um help home of her sister. MrB. P. Farroll,
any, and as a matter of fact, no rec-' Hurwell Avenue,
reation club can accommodate all the Tho ceremony took place at 9.30
children of the community. Our op-1 a.m., Rev. Father Murphy officiating,
en park project, although free to ov-'lhe bride wore a wedding dress of
*ry child cannot do thnt. and tho park navy blue canton crepe, wearing a
scheme provides for the summer hat to match, and carried a bouquet
months only ■- what about the long) of pink crysanthemums. She was gl-
winter months" ven In marriage by Mr. It J. Collins,
The second point was true, but the and Mrs. Collins played the wedding
Recreation Club have now  remedied march, and also during mass.    Miss
that  by reducing the fees ro as to Nellie Tolton, of Calgary,   acted
bring  them within   reach  of almost  bridesmaid,    and    wns attired  In
every child In the community. j dress   of   figured voile with a black
The members nre divided Into three picture hat, and she carried a t»U'
classes. Junior, intermediate nnd BOn-lquet of pint und white carnatlona. At
lor, five, ten and fifteen dollars per iho close of tho ceremony Mrs. J. E.
year, or 75 cents, $1.00 and $150 peri Kennedy sang very effectively, "Oh,
month. Now the first purpOA> nf the Promise Me."
Recreation Club must be to put tl- A little later some thirty guests
self upon ns Bound a financial baslttjuftl down to a wedding breakfast ser-
uh possible, No institution can halved nt the home of Mrs. Farrell. fol-.
successful If it Is going behind fin- lowing which they left on the noon
anciaily. Tho cost of running tho j train for Spokane, where the honey'
Rocreatlon Club Is about $3,000 a moon has Iwen spent. The bride re-
year, this providing a competent In-j celved quite a number of beautiful
structor—and we are now on the trail wedding gifts, the groom's gift being
of a good man. Reducing the fees j u diamond ring- To the bridesmaid
means we have to secure at least lTiO'tho groom's gift was a French ivory
Junior, 100 intermediate nnd 76 sen- mirror, and to tho best man, Mr. P.
lor members. Can It be done? The) Walsh of l.umberton, a pair of gold
existence of tho club depends on the cuff links.
answered. The point I desire to make! Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith were expected
Is that we Rotarians cannot consclen-1 to return from their honeymoon trip
tlously disassociate ourselves from'the end of this week, and will take up
the work of the Recreation Club, be-: residence at Lumberton, where Mr.
couso that work Is concurrent with Smith Is employed as millwright, and
one of the fundamental alms of Ro-' their friends will extend to them ev-
tary — the welfare of the boys and cry good wish for the future.
girls; and I hope   some way will he
The regular meeting Of the School
Board was held in the City Hall on
Friday last, when all members wero
present.
The report or Mr. V. /,, Manning
Public School Inspector, was received
and it was moved that the recom
mendatloiiB contained therein be considered. Mr. Manning in his report
complimented the work of Miss Woodland os principal, and also the staff
assisting her, stating he considered
the work being done showed that tho
confidence that tho Board put In the
principal had not been misplaced. The
arrangement of classes, necessitated
hy tho non-completion of the addition
'o the school, was not satisfactory of
course, and it wus Impossible to do
hilly efficient work under the circumstances, but fortunately it would he
for only n limited period. Minor recommendations regarding the school
were also made by tho inspector, nnd
these, ft is understood, will be compiled with,
Miss I. M. Floury of the touching
staff rando application for an increase] Drew,
of $50 per year in her salary.   The John, wreath; Mr. and Mrs
Hoard, howover, were averse to granting any increases at this time.
Chairman W. ii. Wilson presented
his report on the appointment of the
committees, and these are os follows J
Finance—W. A. Wilson. Mrs. F. B.
Miles, and F. Dezall.
Building and Improvements—F. Dezall, W, Henderson, and Mrs. F. B.
Miles.
Supplies—Mrs. F. B. Miles. W. Henderson, nnd W. A. Wilson.
It was moved that the financial re
MTV  AVYV  C0LEMA3
The death occurred on Tuesday ot
Ibis week, after an illness of seven or
eight days, of Mrs. Lucy Coleman, at
the residence <>f her son, H. L. Coleman, where she bad made tier home
Acute bronchitis was the cause ol
death. The late Mrs. Coleman hud
passed her seventieth birthday, and
for her years had been extremely active. Sho bad lived in this city since
1912. coming here from Hastings, Sussex, England, where a daughter still
resides. Her husband predeceased
her about nine or ten years ago.
Tho funeral took place on Thursday
Of this week, Rev, P, V. Harrison of
the Anglican Church, and Rev. B C.
Freeman, pastor of the Methodist
Church, lonductiiig tin- services at the
house. The pall bearers wore Messrs
W. Wells. Morgan Johns, T. North and
A. Gardner.
Flowers were In evidence from the
following friends or the deceased and
family:
Family, sprny; Gertie and Hughle,
spray;  Mr. and Mrs. Gardner, spray;
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Wells,   spray;   Christ
Church Guild, cross; Mr. and Mrs. T
pray;   Mr.  arjd   Mrs.   Morgan
T  North,
To Go Ahead
With New Park
spray; Mr. and Mrs. George Hogarth.
spray; Mr. and Mrs. W. Adlard, spray.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H Wilson, spray;
Madam Delocroue, Vahk. spray: Mr
and Mrs. Glbbs, spray
NORA ELIZABETH EM< KSi»
The death occurred on Tuesday
!'*'('< mi mt'UtUlt lun     oi'     Merthii;
That Purk With Swimming
Pool  Be Completed
Nora Elizabeth, the three months' old
daughter or Mr. and Mrs Olaf Brick-
son .formerly of Kootenay Orchards
Following a sickness of only a few
, .    ,      , ,,   ,       ,   ,      .     days, the little one died of pneuraor.-
port be received and filed, and that the1, n   ,,       ,     , „_,.
.       ... .   , .   ..    ,     i I la.      Banal took place   on    Friday,
10me be published in tic local press.    ..      ..  „.  ,,,,_,
' D*»   ,r   u   MacKay official ng.     Am-
Hev. !■:, W
oug the floral tributes were sprays
from Mrs. B. W. MacKay. Mr. and
Mrs. K. Benson. Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
nlng Anderson.
The regular monthly meeting of the
police commissioners was held on
Thursday evening, Commissioner A.
C. Shankland being unable to attend
through illness.
The accounts aa presented were ordered paid.
REGIXAK MEETING
OF POLICE COMMISSION
ON THURSDAY EVENING]
MHS. RfTH COLLINS
	
Ou Thursday afternoon of this week
the death occurred at the St. Eugene
Hospital or Mrs. Ruth Olga Collins,
wife of A. H. Collins. Wycliffe. She
was brought in to the hospital the end
Arousod by a regrettable case com-1 of last week, and succumbed to slewing beforo the police that day in'ping sickness at the early age of 22.
which n young girl was concerned, ;i Tha funeral will not take place til!
delegation appeared before the com-'next week, to allow her mother who
mlssioners to press for the p.issing Of is resident in New Brunswick, to at-
a by-law regulating the attendance of I tend the last rites. In addition to
minors at public dancing places. SI-1 tho bereaved husband, the death of
mllar by-laws arc In effect It Is un-lMrs. Collins leaves three little chl!-
derstood at Nelson and Calgary, byldren motherless. Mr W Bateman
which It is made necessary for those; of Movie, is an uncle of the deceas-
In charge of a dance to know that all ed. The sympathy of the community
girls under eighteen are either under goes out at this ilmf- to thf bereaved
chaperonoge,  or  In  attendance  with family.
tho full concent of parents or guard-! t ^ t	
lans. Tho police commissioners arc
understood to bo In sympathy with
tho request, and promised that with
tho consent of the council the desired regulation would be passed and enforced.
A motion was also carried asking
the city council to pass a by-low regulating second hand stores.
CRAMUtOOK AND FERNIE
TO CLASH IN HOCKEY
GAME   ON   KfMIAY
Sundny next at 2.30 o'clock Billy Today und Saturday, Feb. 16 and 1
Ingram's Fertile League leaders will "Kindred of the Dust" at the Star
clash with the locals at the C.R.C. _
Rink.    The Ingrams af* reported to Sunday. Feb   IS:  Hockey. Cranbrook
be a strong aggregation, having shown     vs. Fernie. 0, R. C. rink, at 2.10.
their heels to the other clubs of Fer- _
nie's City league, and Cranbrook will, Sunday. Feb. 18: Sacred Concert at
endeavour to keep up their win col- star Theatre by local talent. 9 p.m.
umn. which has now reached eleven _
straight; so a battle royal is expect'
ed. This may possibly he Cranbrook's
last   home   appearance   this   season, _
and the fans' last chance to see their Monday und Tuesday. Feb. Hi and 20
team in action.   Get tickets early at1    Zane Gray's "When Romance Rldei
the drug stores.   Game starts at 2.301    at Star.
p*m. -•
ORCHESTRA
'Cello 	
Cornet 	
.. J. S. Alexander
W. G. Thompson
... J. K. Chorlton
. Mr. W. H. Bovan
Trombone   Dave Kay
SnxaphoneB   W. A. Burton
A. Burtch
Piano   Mrs. F. G. Novak
found to give us much-needed assistance, as we need the solid support
of every citizen and every association to enable us to put this project
over.
The matter of the businessmen's
class at the club was taken up and
put In the hands of Meaars. A. H.
DeWolf and J. M. Clark, and It is hoped that there will be a substantial
enrolment from among the local businessmen
Ottawa, Feb. 9. — Dlsbandment of
the present Royal Canadian Mounted
Police and u return to the old system
of the federal police force for the
guarding of public buildings, and the
Norlh-weBt Mounted Police force,
whose activities would be confined to
unorganized territories, Is asked tn a
resolution which has been placed on
tho order paper of the House of Commons by J. S, Woodsworth, labor
member for Centra Winnipeg.
KOOTENAY ORCHARDS
RINK CHALLENGES
MORRISOVS KILTIES
Kootenay Orchards, always to the
fore In matters of local effort, are
now showing up their enterprise In
a new direction. A rink of four curling enthusiasts from that sect! n
have become ambitious and hurled a
challenge at the head of n real huti-
! est-to-goodness Scotch curler, in the
! person of MacKcnxln Morrison. The
challenging rink consistB of Messrs.
Oartslde, Ogden, McCrindle and Gam-
ham, and the Morrison rink to meet
them on Saturday evening will most
likely be Morrison skip, and Messrs.
W. A Nlsbet, A. K. .tones and Geo.
Hogarth.
lu response to a request from ths
City Council that representatives con-
fer with them to discuss the best
method of carrying out the completion
of the park, members of the Rotary
Club, Women's Institute, Automobile
IssocIaUon and Board of Trade, met
ihe  Council on Tuesday evening.
The meeting was presided over by
Mayor W F Cameron, who after ex-
.ilUtilng ihe object ot the conference
read a report that had been prepared
by the City Engineer, which gave In
i'Mail ihe nature and amount of work
which would be necessary for the
completion of the park, together with
an estimate of the cost of same
This estimate amounted to $13,737.-
68, and formed the basis of the evening's  discussion.
The figures were as follows
Swimming Pool. ?o ft % 40 ft.
inside. 9 ft deep at one end.
2 rt. deep at the other. Including  reinforcing      tB.767.6Q
160 yards or earth fill around
the   tank         700.00
"<>st oi  excavating and work
already   done         469.S6
fencing around park   painted    102,16
Trees         H5.35
Sidewalk on Louis St, cement    306.88
160 yards of cinder walks 868,60
Moving and   fixing  old  band
stand          60.00
Moving   old   rink   and   warehouse,   etc      160.00
Lighting,   ornamental   standards and pole lights*.      184.20
Sewer connection for pool 94.00
Water connection for pool ...     177.76
Earth fill    6,866.00
Rip rap back,- of creek        83160
Total    $13,737.68
C. R. Ward wan -ailed upon by the
; i.rr.aii. to open the discussion, and
thanked the Council for the interest
•hey were manifesting In the matter
:>' the park, and the energetic manner
In which the new Council were tackling the problem as evidenced by the
obtaining of the competent report of
the Engineer that they had brought
before the meeting.
Mr. Ward pointed out that while
the estimate was in excess of the
(10,000 authorized by the people, the
Engineer had pointed out ways In
which reductions might be effected
"er.ain portions of the work, such as
the walk on tbe north side, and the
placing oi additional shrubbery in the
rark, might almost be considered a
public works expenditure,
Alderman Bronsden. as .- member
of th'- Council, stau-i that he had
'time to listen to the reasons advanced by the members of the Rotary Club
that would warrant them proceeding
Aith the completion of the park at the
present time While they were doubtless bound by by-law, and the will of
the people should be compiled with,
he also thought that considering the
matter of the Increase In the estimated cost, they should be cautious in thr
matter of proceeding with the work
before they had thoroughly considered the amount involved. In his mind
the building of a Bwimrninp pool in
the park was the chief point to be decided, as there seemed to be conflicting opinions as to whether tbe pool
Should be in the park or In a special
building, one argument advanced being that the park was not large
enough to permit of spare being allowed for a pool
Mr. G. .). Bpreull, rt<preseniiug tbe
Hoard of Trade, said that he had no
lUggestlOOj to make or opinions to
offer, os the matter to him was close/),
he with others having expressed their
opinions at the polls
He asked some pertinent questions
on the two conflicting |«fj of figures,
tie matter of the necessity of complying with the wish of the people as expressed by the by-law, the possibility
„,  .      . .  -,u      ,„,    ...   .,,   ,.'of  proceeding   with   the  construction
Wednesday and Thursday. Feb 21 &       ' ,    ■       .    ,.
with' ,he park alon* tne llnes ot pcrm»n-
ont work first, then improvements,
which, had they been Immediately considered might have obviated a lot of
further discussion.
Coming Events
|Monday, Feb, 19:
creation Club,
Annual meeting R*-
p.m
Tuesday, Feb. 20: Annual Meeting
Women'.* Liberal Association, at S
p.m., in roomK over Grady A Eye. i
22:    "The Snow Shoe Trail.'
Jane Novak, at the Star.
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23 and 24;
"The Old Homestead." at the Star.]
_ '    Aid. Balment, in aesuming the res-
thf. ii'uisibillty for the apparent upheaval,
Friday.
('. R.
Feb. 28;   Ice Carnival
C. Rink.
Friday,   March    2: .
stated  that  he was aware that the
by-law had been carried by a large
TtystitiR nmjority of the people, and that be
Place, by Wycliffe Players, at Auditorium, 8.16. followed by dance.
Friday, March 16: O. W. V. A. annual masquerade danee at Auditorium.
was also In favor of it, and that the
meeting had been called in order that
the park might be a success. He also
drew attention to tlie expense of the
swimming pool and the question of
(Oouttoued m page two)
G.W.V.A. Annual Masquerade Danre March 16th PAOK    SIX
THE  CRANBROOK   HE RAVI)
Friday, February 9, 1988
Valentine Public Dance
at the
AUDITORIUM, Wednesday, Feb. 14th
GIVEN   BY   THK   I.O.O.F.
Music by Robinson's Orchestra
Dancing
Gentlemen $1.00
Refre
ilinients
Ladles
(la'iala!
OT Ilia'
S  Blwoll, steamship ngents
+•   +   +
City Items of Interest
JCra, H. Mclui
i from i'nhk o
Saturdn
.flu-
insure with Beale & Elwell.
Engc
Nen
Hospital i
Mr. and
acan, Al-
Born. -   At the
on Saturday, Fehr
Mrs   Dan Sweenej
ia., a daughter,
**   +   +
Wo repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear,  In  fact anything  made of
rubber.—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Uaker Street. .ititf
+    +    +
Own your home! Why not'.' It can
be made onBy for you by monthly Instalments. Call on Beale & Elwell,
and learn all about it.
Vuhk on Thursday after
1 Injured member attended
| hospital.
1-   +   +
Is the time to be
iis brought
last  with
return to
totting the
to   at the
nking of
i  Elwell
Ahx. Hurry, who recently underwent an operation at the hospital, reunited home on Saturday lasl much
Improved,
+   +   +
A safely deposit, box with Beale &
Elwell means absolute security tor u
nominal  Individual fee,
+    +    i
.Mrs.   r'iulayuon.   holder   of   Senior
Certificates from the Royal Academ;
of Music, London, England, will give
lessons   on   pianoforte  and   violin   at
pupils' homes.   Sub phone. 49-51
+    +   f
tlov. r.  V. Harrison and Judge G.
li. Thompson  wen- in Nelson for a
day or so this week ntlendlnp u niee
ing of the Diocesan Synod being held
thore.
+ + +
oal production In tho Crow'B
i dlstrlcl ror January will
reach the record breaking
I' nearly 300,000 tons, with
.ill of the mines averaging in the
neighborhood of 11,000 tons a di
cording lo t>. B. Whiteside, ol
man.—Ferule Proo Press.
Horn. — On Sunday, February 4th,
to Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Frleake, of Marysvllle, at the St. Eugene Hospital,
u sou.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. G. T. Moir, Bur-
well Avenue, on Tuesday. February
13th, at 3 p.m.
J. E. Beaton, of this city,
n operation for appeudlc
iospllnl on Sunday
well on the way In
las
Tweut
al the
i8  now
SI cam
Meal l*a
probabl)
amount
nil*
Julius   MollOlir,    or    this  clly.   who
s been at tlie hospital for some time
tdorgotng treatment for a bad arm,
able io  lei
lo
hi
home  Hi
Istor of Mrs. (i. Er-
f this city and now
visiting for a few
of Mr. and Mrs. W
Fire starting from an unknown
cause jusi before one o'clock on Tuesday brought the lire brigade to a shed
at the rear of the Raworth Block on
Baker Street occupied by Q, J. Sprcull
uid the Employment Bureau. The
building was a small iron clad structure used for wood and coal. Mr.
Kennedy was In the shed about eleven
o'clock that morning, and nothing unusual was apparent at that time. So
far as is known there were no ashes
dumped   nearer   than   about   six   feet
from the shed. Once the water was
turned on, it was only a matter of a
few minutes before the blaze was extinguished.
Us report
(Ten that
We have In a
j Rubbers, and—
iw  prlc
Our
Game Warden Ira Browi
returned from a trip to the
tors of the While River. In li
io tin' Government ho ostium'
there are from 3,000 to 5,000
the Govern incut Reserve and
mountains adjoining.
+      +      T
We  have  in  slock a  full  lino  of
Women's,   Men's,   Girls',   Boys'   and
Children's Shoes.   Our-stock is complete and—
Our  low   priceB  win  every time.
W. P. DORAN.
+    +    +
WE INVITE HONEST
COMPARISON
TRY OUR BREAD on your
table and compare it with
ANY OTHER LOAF
Ask   for
DALE'S KOOTENAY
BREAD
PHONE 51
Pull Line of Winter
win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
+    +    +
ODI) FELLOWS IM.K.tSK NOTE
Durham Encampment is paying Key
City Lodge a social visit on Monday
evening next, when they will entertain the Brothers in a social way. A
Rood attendance is desired, Come one;
come all; and see what the Shepherds
Am do.
Sojourning Brothers are cordially
invited to come along, and sample our
special brand of fraternal greetings,
Lodge meets at eight o'clock In I lie
Auditorium on Norbury Avenue.
E. G, Dlttgloy, Noble Orand.
r.o W. C. Adlnrd, P.G., Roc, Sec.
Apples & Oranges
WAGNER APPLES 	
SPITZ and KING APPLES
oua.nc.es 	
   )2,00 per bus
  $1.7.', per box
50e, 00c and iiic i»r dozen
John Manning
>^r
Tbe Wigwam
lutotl   about   111
ro practically
lelng only a fev
ont. Word ha
tonslructlon wo
d until the apr
Mill Works,
j  south  of  I
standstill.
working i
there
i pro-
1 thai
esuin-
J, W. li. lCoarns, of Vancouver
late deputy of the Knights of Colura
us, was a guest of the Sisters at the
'i. Eugene Hospital on Saturday last
n his way to Ottawa and Montreal
Mrs. J.
was iu the
liei- sister*
Lot WILSON Advise You
Itcaardlng Your Eyesight
Only diseased eyes require
the services of a medical
practitioner. Errors of refraction require glasses —
properly fitted — to give you
tlie vision you should have.
We Specialize ou
COERECTING
Defective Vlftlon
If you have a 'refractive error, muscular troubles, or
eyes strained from overwork
—then you need exactly Hie
service we render. If your
oyes need anything further
wo will advise you. Let us
bo your counselors—first.
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler
STOCKTAKING
Is Now Complete
Aldrldge  from   KImberle
•ily this week visiting with
Mrs. T.  I'atlinsoil, Mrs. J.
Weaton nnd Miss Barclay. She returned today (Friday) to her home in
Kimberley.
.1. A, Broley is in Calgary, It is
reported around town that his contract for the construction of the new
railway up the ElK has been signed
by the English capitalists who are Interested.- Fertile Free  Press.
Ottawa House
Opens Quietly
No Drastic Legislation is Pore*
CQSted In Session Now
Starting
Fernie Free Press.
+    +    -i-
The Leclere Vaudeville Company
••ere the headllners on the Star programme on Thursday night, and presented a very good series of acts to
a good house. The programme comprised musical bits id' various kinds,
a trained hear with a number of
slums, and a strong man act,
+    +   +
Major II. B. Hicks, president ol the
Cranbrook G.W.V.A., was a visitor in
Nelson lasl night, al the meeting of
the Nelson (l.W.V.A. He arrived lasl
night to confer with the Nelson com
mltteo on the evidence being prepared
for the Ralston Royal Commission,
and leaves for Cranbrook this morning. The work of gelling evidence In
Cranbrook is being energetically prosecuted. Major Hicks is a 54th original.- Nelson News. *
s. s. Barclay fn
ied In tlie city thi
her slaters-ln-lnv
in, Mrs. ,1. Weaton
Mrs. Barclay le
Spokane,
Claresholm
week '
Pet
Mrs.  T
mil Miss Bu
on Thursdi
Mr.
oluui
the
Pi
B ...  before politics should he
lie guiding rule of both parties mid i
members   throughout   the   session   of
rllamenl now getting under way at
Ottawa, The hard feelings naturally
mgendered by ihe general election
ud change of government In December, 1921, liuve evaporated. There is!
no Immediate prospect of a general
election and consequently Utile need1
ut' the making of campaign material,    j
OE the programme of work to be
disposed of part  is constructive ami
part   is   automatically   imposed   upon\
Parliament  by  the  process of  time. [
Redistribution   and   revision   of   the
Bunking Act come within the laiterl
Watch Our
Bargain Tables
From Day to Day
■a leg
=?.
Day
Ten
Clearing Sale
BEGINNING FEB. ist.
Hundreds a>f Articles ta> be ('loured at Uiis Bala
REGARDLESS  OF  COST
B. WESTON'S Store
BAKEB STREET
Tho Store That Soils For Leas
An exciting hockey game was played on Wednesday afternoon between I purposo of th
tho V.M.C.A. and High School teams.
The High School had things all their j junction witli
own way the first two periods, and
netted two goals to Y.M.C.A.'a nothing.
I'lie third period started with the High
School playing a defensive game, and
tilings wero kept busy round the High
School net.   The "Y" boys managed to j him n rink from the Pas;
hag one goal and were trying hard to
tie the  score when  the game  ended
2 to 1 In favor of the High School.
It is expected that another game
will be played in tlio near future bo-
iwceu these teams, aud it promises to
be nu exciting one.
Sykes, well known
Valley, who has been
ieni at the St. Kugene Hospital for
many weeks Buffering from a broken
leg, Is walking around again. Hi
many friends wish him it speedy recovery.
Tbe Valentine attraction ibis year
will he the public dance to be put on
by the Odd Fellows al ihe Auditorium
in the evening of that day, February
lit ii. Robinson's Orchestra Will provide ihe music, and refreshments will
be provided,
It is reported from the Windermere
that the Dominion Government has
taken over nearly three hundred acres of  laud
oldler   Sen!
previously held by the
ment Board   adjoining
nf   Windermere.     The
government is said to
i a dairy farm iu cou-
the  experimental   farm
Somewhat meagre reports of the
debate on the address In reply to the
Speech from the Throne indicate that
the soft pedal was applied early lu
tlie session. Premier King congratulated Hon. Arthur Meighen because
ol ids moderation in criticism. A
good omen. A ml even at i hat Mr,
Meighen hit out with much of bis customary vigor and iucisiveuess of
phraseology, Bin thai is what an
opposition leader is expected lo do,
and if criticism is confined within reasonable bounds the Government of tho
day dues not mind.
SPRING GOODS
Are Arriving, of which Full
Announcement will be
Made in this Space
OPPOSITION CRITICISM
Til
er
have
i run
lppear
m the
VOX l/l KV MEETING
A meeting of poultry breeders and
others interested iu poultry will lie
held In the City Hall ou Saturday
evening, February Kith al 8 p.m., when
Mr. c. K. Travos, Provincial Poultry
Instructor will  lecture. 50
K. F. Gare, manager of Lhe Coleman
journal, was among the visitors to
the honspiel this week, bringing witl
wn. Stanley Klrkham of Lethbridge, is another
publisher doing duty with the rocks
siiis week, issuing in the Alberta city
ti publication known as "Tlie Sharpshooter." .!. it. Wallace, proprietor I THE WtKJHKR'S
of the Fernie Free Press, was also on
hand with a strong rink, und found
time to visit the Herald OtTlee us well.
cored fairly heavily
nt In his criticism of its lack
of a comprehensive immigration policy. Failure to dale to produce some I
constructive plan to induce a move-'
men! of the right class of people to
Canada will, obviously, pul the Gov-
orutneni on the defensive in this respect until some measure that com:
mends Itself to the House and the
country is produced.
Australia has gone through more
political turmoil iu recent months than
Canada, yel an aggressive Immigration effort has brought tens of thousands of new*citizens to the shores of!
thu Island continent
IACKEI) CONCERT AT
METHODIST   CHURCH
SUNDAY EVENING LAST
NOTICE
To Monitors "i' North Star
Lodge,No.82, A.P.* A. M.
DEFENCE
On the other hand tlie Prime Minister made, seemingly, a pretty good
case tor the Government for its action
in respect to the Invitation of tlie
Lloyd George government to participate iu an expected war with Turkey.
_  Quite apart from the official attitude
Vtter the conclusion of the regular'01 ,lu' Qovernmenl  that it could not
nday evening service ut the Meth- Participate in such a war without the
ist  Church, a sacred  concert  was'COI,Kum of Parliament, ai
iliai  regard to which there Is
lOHt 11
lllffle
I   P-
Burrow will
ebruary lllh,
.  under  the
audgo, No. 82,
nl
late  W.   Bro,
place oil Sun-
'urt  Steele, at
jces of  North
F. & A. M.    All
members arc requested to attend, ami
visiting brethren are also Invited,
No llowers, by request,
II.   F.   HBLMS1NO.
Secretary
P. Woods Meat Market
XOItlllltY   AVENUE   (Opposite Old Kink)
Finest Keel In the City.   -  ■   Milk Fed Van I and
Sew Laid F.tritK
SAUSAGES
Say!  Have You Tried Them?   Many are telling ua how
nice they are.   TRY THEM YOURSELF.
PHONE 534
$18 Set of
Fuller Brushes
to nt: gives awav fhkk
Sol oil Display at P. Parks
ti Ca>. Ilardwari' Store
Information will l>a' given al the
above Htorc or lay reproaebt-
titivc when lio cn.Ha.
H. C. REISH
id the
[dude
several
which tl
which w>
held.   Judging from ihe numbers I
liurcli to capacity, it may be
llinl those evenings of pong
lopiilar, Much credit is due
Bower ami the choir and the
ololats for the manner in
i very excellent programme
give below, was rendered,
Programme -
Opening Hymn: "Jesus Lover of My
Soul."
SOlo:    "Nearer    Sly   Hud   TO   Thee"
. Mrs, ti. s. Mcintosh.
Cornel .Solo-   Sir. Bovail,
Solo:    'There   [r   A   tlreen   Hill   Par
Away"   Mrs.   W.  0.  Adlnrd.
Hymn: "Wo IjOVO Thy Place, O Cod"
Solo:   "Lord   Cod   of   Abraham"    Sir.
marked division of opinion in Canada.
Mr. King was able to present a pretty
solid from. His explanation that lhe
Qovernmenl of Qreal Britain had nil-
Msed thai the situation was nol sufficiently Berlous io warrant the calling
together of the Canadian Parliament
removos   object ions   thai   have  been
voiced because Of lbe llovcriiineiit's
derision not to lake this step.
TIM\M'(llli\TIOV
I'JIOIII.I MS
li   is  safe to assume
nicnt   will  devote many
project   may   incline   to   luke-warm-
ness.
THK AGRI1 TI.TI H\l.
I.MJI'IKY
The sittings of the .Agricultural Enquiry Commltteee will afford opportunity for producers with grievances
i ilitlicult problems to solve, to place
their cases before Parliament, The
marketing of farm products—a subject of most vital interest to the fruit
ami vegetable growers of this province—is one of the specified subjects
of enquiry, affording full opportunity
for the malting of representations and
tlie submission of evidence. To this
committee should be presented in ns
convincing a manner as possible such
mailers as the need of government
assistance to establish pro-cooling
plants and the necessity for an antidumping regulation that can be expeditiously applied when required for
the protection of Canadian growers.
Mr. J. A. MacKelvlo, M.P., und other
British Columbia members, can be relied upon to do their pari, but assistance from ibis end would doubtless
be appreciated by them,
Institute will be held on
All numbers should he
Mrs. K. B. Miles Will read
'The Housekeeper's Time .
which will be very instructs'
j    Kph—Here's   a   bad   quartci
lone passetl on me.   An' I can't
Iof the blamed thing.      •
Hiram — Don'l    you   ever
burch?
*    WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
MOORE'S CAFE
Tilt: PLACE TO BAT
It yon would a'lijoy a gooal meal
Try Moore's Cufo
EVERYTHING NEW
CLEANLINESS
QUALITY,  SERVICE
Oialy WIillo Helii Employed
linker Street      Phone .',i»
Opposite P. Hiirna & Co.
WANT ADS.
11. Mower.
■Come   Unto
Me
Mi
King-
lit
Solo:   "If   We   Hut   Knew"    MlSfl   Ku-
nice Parrett,
Hymn:   "The Hay Thou Qavest."
At the conclusion of the programme
Rev, it. C, Freeman thanked the choir
and others who had assisted "in the
service, He felt that he was expressing the sentiment of nil those present in saying that they had rendered
a real service of beneficial effect, He
hoped such services would be more
frequent.
Tlie Women's Institute held their
regular monthly meeting on Tuesday
last, Pobruary fith, Sixty-nine members were present.
After the usual business session
Sirs. Conslantlne, president pro tern,
presented live of the retiring ofllcers
ami directors, who have been faithful
workers    for    years,    Willi    beautiful
pieces of china, speaking a few words
.ou behalf of the directors und members ">r the Institute. The recipients
1 were Sirs. O'Hearii, Sirs.  Clapp,  Sirs.
that   Purlin* Loaman, Sirs. Dan Campbell mid Sirs
days during \ Met'lure.
STAH 9EC01TO  HAND 8T0BI
rinmr t.
We pny (be b*si prices gulng for all
Kinds   of   furniture.      Wo buy anything from a niouno trap to an auto-
•liolille.
W. W. Kllby. Auctioneer nnd Valuer
COIl SA 1.10 One team of horses, flv*
years old, WCighl W00 lbs,, and good
heavy harness.   Phone L4B, f.fl
It Happened Like Tills
Two thrifty Scotchmen attended an
Irish Kreeslate meeting. Al the .conclusion the chairman announced:
"All doors and windows have been
locked and no ouo will be permitted
to leave until they have contributed
to the cause."
A minute later a Hebrew fainted,
aud two BooMriMiu carried htm out
the session to consideration or rail-1 'The secretary. Mrs. (leorge Taylor,
way questions and matters pertaining;then sprung another surprise by re-
io dovolopmenl of shipping ports. In marking thai as presentations were In
tho prairie provinces, tnoro partlcu-1 order, aho also had ono to make on bo-
larly Manitoba nnd Saskatchewan, tho!half ol the Institute, The retiring
forty year old demnnd for construe-1 president, Sirs. Constantino, was then
Hon of ii railway to Hudson's Pay has presented with a lovely purse. Sirs,
been revived, und Progressives will Conslantlne thanked the Institute [or
make r determined drive designated their thoughtful gift. After the pre-
to force the-Government's hand. With Bentnlions Mrs. Adlnrd und Mrs. Tom
Alberta looking to Vancouver as the McDonald favored tbe members with
natural porl of shipment of the grain vocal selections.
products of thai province, support Of Tea was then served by the dlrect-
lta  members  for  the  Hudson's  Payors.  The next regular meeting of the
Mr. F. G. NOVAK
TEACHER OF VlOUN AMI 1IIIASS IX ST HOI EM'S
Shiiliii: .it, ArniHtriiiifi Avenue
Oppiwile Telephone IliailriiiiK
Phone 142
LOST—Or »ni!a'ti   •>,,•• wlalie Ponlan
ntnlo oal    Annwori namo ot jIkk".
I'lawaai   lei una   laa   Mas    It.   W.   Ea|.
mouson. 50
WANTED a'aaiii|i(,.||a HlKla Salinaal girl
air waiiiinii lo a'aara- lair Imlty lifter-
Ita'Olia     or     OVOIaltlBH     »aa     aleittreat.
Phono is. i:nf
ro HENT Three rootna. Can be itaeal
for houaokooplng, 100 Dewar Avenue. 48tf
LOST On wild Horae Creek, Siimiuy
inHt. an Airedale pup( black unil titti,
wearing Bttttltlotl braaa enllnr, An-
awera lo name ,>r .lerry. Kinder
notify K. Keller. Cranbrook.      48tr
FOR hai.V: -Chlckerlng iirnnd Piano
of medium alio, in nn mnlitigany.
A sirll.liia: example of tlilt, master
builder's achievement. Magnificent
tone. Reasonable price and term..
Write for aletalla. Willis piano
Slorea, Ltd., Nelson. ll.C. 47-9
FOR SALK -Ono Savage 303, and one
Lee KnfieM rifle.   II. Weaton.
WANTED DO BUT—We buy ran.   B. THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 24
PW
flWHCUJ- UBJ!f I-ltH
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY   16,   1923
N I  M B E R    5 I
—yie— •m^r
C.R.C. ICE"CARNIVAL, feb. 2,3, Don't Forget
Supt. Tenders      |:"
His Resignation:
RECREATION  CLUR
NOTES
UNHROOK  HOCKEY
TEAM WILL CONTEND
FOR McBRIDE TROPHY
It. ('. Eakin Asked to Reconciler Decision to Leave
City Sonic©
The regular meeting of the City
Council was held on Wednesday, with
Mayor Cumeron and all aldermen
present. On motion of .Aldermen Balment and Cameron, tho minutes of the
last regular mooting were adopted,
Tho flnauce committee presontod for
payment account b amounting to
$'.1,727, Which wore passed.
The annual report of the auditor
was road hy tho City Clerk. In gen-
oral tho report showed that the financial condition of tho City Is good. |
In connection with tho sinking fund
the city clerk explained tliero wns a
surplus of $9,500, accounted for by
tho fact that a previous council hud
repurchased with a portion of the accumulated funda certain debentures
In tho amount of $21,329. Few elites
were in a position to show surpluses
in their sinking fund account, the
city clerk stated. The auditors advised against the repurchase of further debentures by the City at this
tlrao.
In connection with the water department tho report shows that a
deficit of $488.R5 was Incurred, this
being duo to tho heavy expense that
tho City was put to last winter.
The electric light department shows
a profit of $6,748, to which alBo he
added the sum of $195.42, which was
the profit from wiring and supplies,
which at the instance of the electrical
superintendent had only been started
this year, this making practically
$7,000 surplus.
Alderman Flowers considered thai
the excellent profit obtained showed
that the action of the Council in making a change in the method of their
supply of energy had been a who
one.
In connection with the application
of G. A. ToUChe & Co. for re-appointment as auditors, It was moved liy
Aldermen Flowers and Cameron thai
tho letter be considered In a month's
time.
Alderman Dalment reported i r the
works department that the streets had
been kept In repair, and that when
necessary ashes and sand had been
placed on the side walks Refuse llftd
been collected and tho lanes kept
clean. The report was accepted and
ordered filed.
Alderman Rrcnsden for the (he lire
department reported that there had
been no alarms during the month,
All hydrants had been inspected daily
and found to be in good condition,
l.eport accepted and ordered filed.
Aid. Balment for tho Water Committee reported nil hydrants inspected
during the month. Thawing had been
done six tlmeo. Tho water In the
reservoir had  remained normal.
Alderman Cameron for the sever
committee reported tho system in
good condition.
The light committee through am.
Flowers, reported seven now consumers, seven cut off, twenty new moti re
put    In,    and some other alti
made
Alii. Kllby reported application from
two parties for  relief.       The
are lo be Investigated
The offer of Or. J. W. Rutledge to
necopt tho position of Hairy Inspector nt tho same salary and under the
'Continued on   Page Six
An error In last week's account of
the prls.08 being given to the persons
securing the UlOSt members In the
drive for new names is herewith OOr-
reotod, To the person securing moat
members there will bo given a year's
membership to the Club, together with
a choice of a tennis raoquot or a pair
of skates. The second prize will bo
a year's membership with either a
hockey stick or four tounls bulls. No
prize will ho given unless the number
obtained la ovor twenty-five.
Tho annual meeting of tho Cranbrook Rocreatlon Club will be hold
In tho Club Rooms on the evening of
Monday, February 19th at 8 o'clock.
A full attendance is requested.
Arrangements aro under way for
llio forming of a business men's class
In connection with the Club. There
is every promise that this will bo ono
cf the moat successful departments of
tho Club. Get In line and add years
to your life by taking physical drill
and a swim once or twice a week.
Claim In Recognized   to   Challenge for Interior Championship of Proving
G.W.V.A. NOTES
A general meeting is to be held at
the G. W. V. A. on Saturday evening
of this week, February 17th, at 7.30
p.m. Business of Importance Is to
come Up, nnd a large attendance of
veterans Is requested.
Arrangements are going ahead for
the annual masquerade dance, to be
held on the evening of Friday, March
16th, at the Auditorium, and It Is hop-
oil Ihe event will prove one of the biggest successes yet recorded.
BOYS OF TUXIS SQUARE
IN CHARGE OF BAPTIST
EVENING SERVICE
At the evening service of the Bap-
tiBt Church on Sunday evening next,
tho boys of tho Tuxla Square will have
charge, and the order of Bervice will
he as follows:
Chairman     Verne Woodman
Hymn
Heading of Scripture and Prayer
Alex Mennle
Address, "Playing the Man."
Jan. Johnson
Address, "What is a Christian?"
Ray Drown
Anthem    Church Choir
Offering and Announcements
Address, "Why a Boy Should
Bo a Christian" .   Ronnie Haynes
Hymn
Vddress, "A Boy's Religion,"
Oordon  Woodman
\ tdress, "What the Church l.iw a
Right to Expect of the
Tuxla Boys."        H.  llintoii
What the Toils Boys
Have a Right to Expect of
the Church.".   .  M. Saunders aud
F  Constnn'ln*
Hymn
Members of the Anglican choir, and
ii [ew friends, to the number ot about
twenty, enjoyed a supper and social
lime on Tuesday evening at tho Par-
tsli Hall. After a substantial supper
had been partaken of, games wore
the order of tbo evening, a very en
joyable tims resulting,
PROGRAM OF SUNDAY CONCERT,
STAR THEATRE,  FEBRUARY 18th, at » p.m.
1 t)tenure       "Life   Is   a Dream"        Kilonbeig
Orchestra
2 String Qnartetto     "Wlffgenlled"      Beon
Messrs. Novak, Alexander, Thompson and Chorlton
3 Soprano Duet   ...  "1  Will Magnify Thee, 0 Ood"   J   Mosentlu.l
Mrs. E. Paterson and Mrs. F. G. Novak
4 Cornet Duet ,.. "Drink To Mo Only With Thine Eyes"
Mr. F. (J. Novak and Mr. W  11  llevan
6 Selection       "Mnrlfana"      Wallace
Orchestra
f.   String Trio   "In the Woodland"     "Ocknlbl
Mr. J. S. Alexander. Mr. J. K. Chorlton, Miss Ivy Bidder
7 Brass Quartette  Quartette from "Maritnna"    Walace
Messrs. Novr.k, lievtui.Burton and Kay.
8 Selection       "Favorlla"       Donizetti
Orchestra
9 Saxaphono Quartctto . "When Love's A' Cnllln' You"   Beresforri
. Messrs, Kay, Novak. Burch, Burton.
GOD   SAVE THE   KING
ORCHESTRA
. ■ J.S.Alexander      Trombone      Dave Kay
W. G. Thompson     Saxophones   W. a. Burton
... J. K. Chorlton A. Burtch
, Mr. W. H. Bevan      Piano   Mrs. F. O. Novak
By ita unbeaten record In the Selkirk Hockey League, the Cranbrook
Hockey team has established Its right
to challenge for the McBrlde Cup, emblematic of the amateur championship
of the interior of the province, at present held by Nelson, A challenge
was sent In from the Cranbrook club
last weok, but was turned down owing to some misunderstanding as to
the status of the Cranbrook players in
tlio amateur registration of the province, and a challenge from Kimberley
was accepted by Nolson at the same
time. The right of Cranbrook to play
for tho championship has now been
recognized by tho trustees of the cup,
and tho games will take place at Nelson, probably about tlio 26th of the
month. A prior challenge from Merrill has first to be disposed of by the
Nelson team before the Cranbrook games can bo scheduled.
Those who have seen the clean and
classy hockey put up by the local
team ihiH year will agree that the capture of the trophy would be a very
happy culmination of the season's games.
Curlers Wind Up
Big Bonspiei
Pernio Gets Majority of Cups,
and Cranbrook Takes tho
Knitnialim Tho
SPEAKS TO ROTARY
CLUB ONT WORK OF
RECREATION CLUB
'Cello ..
Oornet
In connection with tbe movement
now on foot to build up the membership of the Recreation Club by means
of popular fees within the reach of
almost everyone, M. A. Beale,. treasurer of the club, Bpoke at the Rotary
Club luncheon on the subject on Tuos
day on the work of the club, and why
It deserved the support of Rotary. Arising out of tbe discussion, it was de-|
elded to form a business men's class,
at the club. Mr. Beale's brief address was as follows:
Two weeks ago we listened to excellent talks from Morrison Clark and
Kd. MacKay on the subject or bnys' j
work. The former stated that in his
opinion a place of recreation for the
boys and girls was essential In every!
community. Ed agreed with him, and
I am sure every Rotarinn endorses;
what they had to afty on U:u subject,
and yet when the director* o. the!
Recreation Club appealed to tho Ro-'
tary Club for assistance, they were'
turned down for two reasons, as I!
understand It, firstly, because the He-;
creation Club could not provide nc-i
ixmimodatlon for the children en
masse, and secondly, their scale of
fees only came within reach of the'
privileged few. With the first point
I do not agree, because 1 think It Is,
not a fair stand to take. th..t if we
cannot help all. are should n>t help,
any, and as a matter of fact, no rec-!
reatlon club can accommodate all the;
children of the community. Our op-'
en park project, although free to every child cannot do that, and the park
scheme provides for the summer
months only — what about the long;
winter months''
The second point was true, but the
Recreation Club have now remedied
Hint by reducing the fees .^o US to
bring them within reach of almost
every child In the community.
The members are divided into three
classes, Junior, Intermediate and senior, five, ton nnd fifteen dollars per
year, or 75 cents, $1.00 and M.riO peri
month. Now the first purpo.s i of the,
Recreation Club must be to put ft-|
■elf upon as sound n financial basin1
as possible. No Institution can bei
successful ir It la going behind financially. Tho cost of running the
Recreation Olub is about $8,000 a
year, this providing a competent In
structor--«nd we ure now nn the trail
Of B good man. Reducing the fees'
means we have to secure at least 160
Junior, 100 Intermediate and 75 Hen-1
lor members. Can It be done? The
existence of tho club depends on the!
answered,' The point I desire to make
Is that we Rotarlans cannot lonscleii-
tlously disassociate ourselves from)
the work of tho Recreation Club, be-1
couso that work ts concurrent with
one of the fundamental ulms of Ro-'
tary — the welfare of the boys and
girls: and 1 hope some way will be
found to give us much-needed assistance, as we need the solid support
of every citizen nnd every association to enable us to put this project
over.
Tho matter of tho businessmen's
class at the club was taken up nnd
put In the hands of MesBrs. A. H.
DeWolf and J. M. Clark, and It is hoped that there will be a substantial
enrolment from among tho lorn) businessmen.
They came, they curled, they conquered. Such is the short history of
the annual bonspiei of the Crows Neet
Curling Asociatlon, which occupied
the attention of the city last week. Bu-
loess was nt a standstill. The Mayor officially handed tho town over to
tiie visitors, who all seemed to have
thoroughly good time.
As foreseen last week the visitors
tarried away moat of the prizes, Fernie seeming to liave an odgo on the
rest of the links, carrying away six
of tho cups, Cranbrook keeping the
remaining two.
Tho results wero as follows:
Grand Challenge ~ Herchmer 1st,
Klrkham 2nd, Corrie 3rd, Ward 4th.
Trite,s-\Vood — Kastner 1st, Gil
Iesplo 2nd, Klrkham 3rd, Brown 4th.
Kagratli —- Corrio 1st, Simpson 2nd,
Kastner 3rd, Hodgson 4th.
McLeod -- Corrie 1st, Staples 2nd,
Wallace 3rd, Herchmer 4th.
International - Brown 1st, (Jam-
oron 2nd. Douglass 3rd, Staples 4th,
luterprovlnclal — Cameron 1st,
Hodgson 2nd, McPhee flrd, Wallace
■lib.
Convolution — Bowness 1st, Cameron 2nd, Greenway 3rd, Mael*herson.
Grand Aggregate — Corrie 12.
Kastner 11,
With three cheers and a tiger the
visitors left for their homes on Saturday afternoon, there being a big
i rowd ut the depot to sec them leave.
"There go all our good prizes," was a
remark heard, as the train pulled out,
bearing tho victors with their spoils.
On Saturday evening the finals In
tho Interprovtncfal were played, when
the Cameron rink defeated Hodgson
In a good game. Previous to this the
mayor's rink hud defaulted to Bow-
it.ss in tho ffnal of. the Consolation.
The bonspiei was brought to a fit-
ling close with a little spread at the
rink, and the presentation of the Cameron cup. when Cecil Morrison, son
i f P. M. Morrison, In full Scoach costume, did tho honors for the occasion
very acceptably.
INSPECTOR COMPLIMENTS
CENTRAL SCHOOL STAFF
AMI   THK   PRINCIPAL
OBITUARY
Committees Named at  Regular
Meeting of School Hoard
on Friday Last
WEDDING
smith 1 aderoute
On Monday morning of this, week,
February 12th, a (iuiet wedding took
place at St. Mary's Church, when Miss
Elizabeth Frances I .aderoute was united in marriage to Mr. Patrick J.
Smith, of Luraberton. The bride was
formerly of Arnprlor, Ont., and has
been visiting since last summer at the
home of her sister. Mrs. P. Farroll,
Harwell Avenue.
Tho ceremony look place at 9.30
urn.. Rev. Father Murphy officiating.
1 he bride wore a wedding dress of
navy blue canton crepe, wealing
lint to match, and carried a bouquet
of pink crysanthemums, She was gl-
v.ii in marriage by Mr. it. J. Collins,
and Mrs. Collins played the wedding
march, end also during mats. Mlsa
Nellie Tolton, of Calgary, acted as
bridesmaid, and was attired In a
dress of figured voile with a bleck
picture hat, and she carried a bouquet of pint und white carnations. At
ihe close of the coremony Mrs. J. E.
Kennedy sang very effectively. "Oh,
Promise Me."
A little later some thirty guests
sat down to a wedding breakfast served at the home of Mrs. Farrell, fol-.
lowing which they left on the noon
train for Spokane, where the honeymoon has beon spent. The bride re-
reived quite it number of beautiful
wedding gifts, the groom's gift being
a diamond ring. To Ihe bridesmaid
the groom's glfl was a French Ivory
mirror, and to the best man, Mr.
Walsh of l.umhoriou. a pair of gold
cuff links,
Mr. and .Mrs. Smith were expected
to return from their honeymoon trip
the end of ibis week, and will take up
residence at I.umberton, where Mr.
Smith is employed as millwright, and
their friends will extend to them every good wish for the future.
The regular mooting of the School
Board was held In the City Hall
Friday last, when all members were
present.
Tbe report of Mr. V. Z. Manning,
Public School Inspector, was received
and It was moved that the recommendations contained therein be considered. Mr. Manning In his report
complimented tho work of Mlsa Woodland os principal, and also the staff
assisting her, stating he considered
tho work being done showed that the
confidence that the Board put In the
principal hod not been misplaced. The
arrangement of classes, necessitated
hy tho non-completion of tho addition
'o tha school, was not satisfactory of
course, and it was impossible to do
fully efficient work under tho circumstances, but fortunately it would be
for only a limited period. .Minor recommendations regarding the school
were also made by the inspector, nnd
these, ft is understood, will be complied with.
MtSS I. M. Fleury of the teaching
fitaff made application for an increase}
MTV   ANNA   COLEMAN
The death occurred on Tuesda;
this week, after an iHnes* of seven or
eight days, of Mrs. Lucy Coleman, at
the residence of her son, H. L. Coleman, where she had made her home.
Acute bronchitis wus the cause of
death. Tho late Mrs, Coleman had
passed her seventieth birthday, and
for her years had been extremely active. She had lived in this city since
1912. coming here from Hastings, Sussex, England, where a daughter still
resides. Her husband predeceased
her about nine or ten years ago.
The funeral took place on Thursday
Of this week, Rev. F. V. Harrison of
tbe Anglican Church, and Rev. B
Freeman, pastor of the Methodist
Church, conducting the services at the
house. The pall bearers were Mes
W. Wells. Morgan Johns. T. North nnd
A. Gardner.
Flowers were in evidence from th<
following friends of the deceased and
family:
Family, spray; Gertie and Hughlt
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Gardner, spray
Mr. and Mrs. Wells, spray; Christ
Church Guild, cross; Mr. and Mrs. T
Drew, sprny;  Mr. and Mrs.  Morgan
To Go Ahead
With New Park
Recommendation    of    Meeting
That Park With Swimming
Pool   He   Completed
of |50 per year tn her salary. The John, wreath; Mr. and Mrs T. North,
Board, however, were averse to grant- apray; Mr. and Mrs. George Hogarth
Ing any Increases nt this time. spray; Mr. and Mrs. W. Adlard. spray
Chairman w. n. Wilson presented Mr. and Mrs. w. h. wiibou. spray
his report on the appointment of the Madam  Delocroue, Yank, spray;  Mr
committees, and these aro as follows:
Finance—W. A, Wilson, Mrs. F. B.
Miles, and F. Dezall.
Building and Improvements—F. Dossil, W. Henderson, and Mrs. F. R.
Miles.
Supplies—Mrs. F. B. Miles, w. Henderson, and W. A. WIlHOn.
It was moved that tho financial report bo received and filed, and that the
same be published in the local press.
Tho accounts as presented were ordered paid.
and Mrs. Gtbbs. spray
[SOMA ELIZABETH HRJCKSON
The death occurred on Tuesday of
Nora Elizabeth, the three months' old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Olaf Brick.
son .formerly of Kootenay Orchards
Following a sickness of only a few
dry the little one died of pneumonia, liuiiul took place on Friday.
Rev. B, W. MacKay officiating, Among the floral tributes were sprays
from Mrs. K. W. MacKay. Mr. and
Mrs. E. Benson, Mr, and Mrs. Hen-
uing Anderson.
REGULAR MEETING
OF POLICE COMMISSION
ON THURSDAY EVENING
Tlio regular monthly meeting of the
police commissioners was held on
Thursday evening, Commissioner A.
C. Shankland being unable to attend
through illness.
Aroused by a regrettable case coming before the police    that    day In ping sickness at the early age of 22.
which a young girl was concerned, a     The funeral will not take place till
delegation appeared  before  the com-1 next week, to allow  her mother who
nilssioners to press for the passing of is resident in New Brunswick, to at-
by-law regulating tho attendance of j tend the last rites.       In addition to!"
H|tS, KITH COLLI SS
On Thursday afternoon of this week
the death occurred at the St. Eugene
Hospital of Mrs. Ruth Olga Collies,
wife of A. H. Collins. Wycliffe She
was brought in to the hospital the end
of last week, and succumbed to slee-
In response to a request from the
City Council that representatives confer with them to discus* the beat
method of carrying out the completion
of the park, members of the Rotary
Club, Women's institute, Automobile
Association and Board of Trade, met
the Council on Tuesday evening.
Tlie meeting was presided o\er by
Mayor W F Cameron, who after ex-
plalnlng the object of the conference
read a report that had been prepared
by the City Engineer, which gave in
detail the nature and amount of work
which would be necessary for the
ompletion of the park, together with
an estimate of the cost of same.
This estimate amounted to $13,787.-
68, and formed the basis of the even-
iur'k discussion
The  figures  were as   follows:
Swimming Fool. 90 ft x 40 ft.
inside. 9 ft  deep at one end,
2 ft. deep at the other, including  reinforcing     $2,767.80
350 yards of earth All around
the tank     700 00
'<>st of excavating and work
already  done         45s.S6
Fencing around park   painted    402.15
Trees   	
Sidewalk on Louis St.. cement
ISO yards of cinder walks .
Moving  and   fixing   old   bar.d
stand   	
Movtog  old  rink  and   warehouse,  etc	
Lighting,   ornamental   standards and pole lights »      184.20
Sewer connection for pool 94.00
Water connection for pool ..       177.76
Earth fill    6,856.00
Rip rap bank.-, of creek        S32 60
145.35
168.60
60.00
1FP.00
Total
..I13.737.W
T
minors at public dancing places.   Si- j the bereaved husband, the death
nillar by-laws are in effect It Is un-jMrs. Collins leaves three little chll-
dorstood at Nelson and Calgary, byldren motherless. Mr. w. Bateman
which ft is made necessary for those; of Movie, is an uncle of the deceas-
In charge of a dance to know that all ed. The sympathy of the community
girls under eighteen are either under goes out at this time to the bereaved
chaperonage, or in  attendance  with (family.
tho full conrent of parents or guard-j  , ^ ,	
lans. Tho police commissioners are
understood to be in sympathy with »-i
the request) and promised that with
the consent of the council the desired regulation would he passed and enforced.
A motion was also carried asking
the city council to pass a by-law regulating second hand stores.
C. R. Ward was called upon by the
hairmau to open the discussion, and
thanked the Council for the interest
they were manifesting In the matter
:<f the park, and the energetic manner
la which the new Council were tackling the problem as evidenced by the
obtaining of the competent report of
•..-.e Engineer that they had brought
before the meeting.
Mr.  Ward   pointed  out  that   while
he   estimate   w»s   in   excess   of   the
1110,000 authorized by the people, the
:nglneer  had  pointed  out  ways   In
CRANRHOOK AND FERNIE
TO CLASH IN HOCKEY
GAME ON SUNDAY
Coming Events
• which reductions might be effected
j "ertain portions of the work, such aa
the walk on the north side, and the
placing of additional shrubbery In the
rark, might almost be considered a
public  works expenditure.
Alderman Bronsden. as a member
Of the Council, stated that he had
-ome to listen to the reasons advanced by the members of the Rotary Club
■hat would warrant them proceeding
with the completion of the park at the
present time While they were doubtless hound by by-la*, and the will of
the people should be complied with,
he also thought that considering the
matter of the increase in the estimated cost, they should b* cautious in the
matter of proceeding with the work
before they had thoroughly considered the amount involved. In his mind
tlie building of a swimming pool in
'he park was the chief point to be decided, as there seemed to be confllct-
Bundny  next at  2.30  o'clock  Billy Today and Saturday. Feb  16 and 17
Ingram's Fernie League leaderB will'    "Kindred of the Dust" at the Star
clash with the locals a. the C.R.C. - | ing opinlonfl „ t0 vhether lhe pool
Rink     The Ingrams nf> reported to|sunrtay. Feb   li;  Hockey. Cranbrook | sh(mW ^ ,n ^ part or ,fl „ 8pM|a,
building, one argument advanced be-
be a strong aggregation, having shown
their heels to the other clubs of Fer-
nie's City league, and Cranbrook will I Sunday
Fernie. C. R. C. rink, at 2.80.
Feb.   18:   Sacred  Concert  at
Star Theatre by local talent. 9 p.m.)
Monday. Feb. 19: Annual meeting R
creation Club. 8 pin
endeavour to keep up their win column, which has now reached eleven
straight; so a battle royal Is expected. This may possibly he Cranbrook'a
last   home   appearance   this   iseason,
and the fans' last chance to see their  Monday and Tuesday
team in action.   Oct tickets early at
tho drug stores.    Game starts at 2.30
p.m.
Znne Gray's
at Star.
Feb. ID and 20
When Romance Rides'
Tuesday, Feb, 20:    Annual    Meeting
Women'.-*  Liberal  Association.  :
p.m., in rooms over Grady & K>
Ottawa, Feb. 9. — Dlsbondment of
the present Royal Canadian Mounted
Police nnd u return to the old system
of the federal police force for the
guarding of public buildings, and the
North* west Mounted Police force,
whose aollvltles would be confined to
unorganized territories, Is asked In a
resolution which has been placed on
the order paper of the Home of Commons by J. s Woodsworth. labor
member for Centre Winnipeg.
21   &|
with'
Friday and Saturday, Feb   23 and 24.
KOOTENAY ORCHARDS
RINK CHALLENGES
MORRISOVS  KILTIES
■ ■ Wednesday and Thursday.  Feb
Kootenay Orchards, always to the' 22: "The Snow Shoo Trail."
fore In matters of local effort, are] Jane Novak, at the Star.
now showing up their enterprise in
a now direction. A rink of four curling enthusiasm from that sectl n
have become ambitious and hurled a
challenge at tho head of a real hon-
est-to-goodness Scotch curler. In the
persoH of MaoKenile Morrison. The
challenging rink consists of Messrs.
Onrtsfdo. Ogden, McCrindle and (iorn-
ham. and tho Morrison rink to meet
them on Saturday evening will most
likely be Morrison skip, nnd Mossrs.
W. A. Nlsbet, A F.. .Tones and Geo.
i Hogarth.
ing that the park was not larpe
enough to permit of spare being allowed for a pool.
j Mr. G. J. Spreull, representing tho
', Roard of Trade. s*id that he had no
(suggestion.! to make or opinlom. to
offer, as the matter to him was closed.
ho with others having expressed their
j opinions at the polls.
Ho naked some pertinent questions
n the two conflicting sets ot figures.
jjthe matter ol the necessity of comply-
i ing with the wish of the people as expressed by the by-law. the possibility
of proceeding  with  the construction
' the park along the lines of pcrman-
nt   work   firBt,   then   improvements.
which, had they been Immediately con-
, itdered might have obTiated a lot of
The Old Homestead."  sMr. fttrthw discussion.
_ '    Aid. Balment, In assuming the res-
t thelponolbllity for the apparent upheaval,
stated  that  he was  aware that the
by-law had been carried by a large
Trysting] majority of the people, and that he
was also in favor of it, and that the
meeting had been called In order that
the park might be a success.   He also
drew attention to the expense ot the
swimming pool and the question of
(Oootmaeu em pegs two)
Friday. Feb. 28:
C, R. C. Rink,
lc«> Carnival
Friday,  March    2:. "The
Place, by Wycliffe Players, at Auditorium. 8.1ft. followed by dance.
Friday, March 16: (J. W. V. A. an
inial masquerade dance at Audit
orlum.
G.W.V.A. Annual Masquerade Danre March 16th PAGE   TWO
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, February 18,1923
EVERY DAY IS  EVERY
WAY OCR DIAMONDS
ARE  THE  BEST
Make (inquiries and be convinced
RAWORTH BROS.
' Watch MaKors
and
Jewelers
NEXT TO Tilt: POST OFFICE
ring iho week, reports tho winter
tho most sovero ho has experienced!
in this part of the country, with the
heaviest Bnowfall.
Ton Christian has secured the contract for the new masuiiic temple lo
be erected in this city.
Tiie Prejbyterian Church reports a
revenue of $2700 for the past year,
and that the lasl of the mortgage.; en
tho church and iimnse have been paUl
oft'.
The Odd Fellows' Ball on Monday
was one of the biggest social events
of tho season, nnd dancing was kept
till 4 a.m., continuously, from the
time the grand march was started off
by A. L. MoDermot and Miss Flossie
Magee.
BURIED WITH  HONORS
OK .MASONIC ORDER
ON   SINDAV   LAST
funeral of Luto II. M. BnrroWj
Takes Place Under Auspices
nl' Fort Steele Lodffe
the Cranbrook herald
Published Every Friday
F.  A.   WILLIAMS H.    POTTER
Subscription Price
To Lulled States ..
ySLCO per year
. S2.50 per year
"Willi   tl    MlMlO.11   Without   «   Moult!"
1'rlnlrd   1"    (,'niuu   Lnbor
AdvertlMjn^ Itnten ' <jii Application.
Cbaoges fur Advertising: MUST b« In
this uitlce WfdiuiBday nuon th« ountnT
•veok iu <iecur« attention.
FEBRUARY 1923
SUN   HON   TUt   WED   THU   rill   SAT
12 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11121314151617
1819 20 21 22 23 Z4
252627 28
CRANBROOK MARKS IT
ELEVEN STRAIGHT WINS
IN   HOCKEY   SEASON
Waldo  Team  lulls Again To
Stop Locals la Game Last
Week End
FINAL LEAGUE STASBIMG
Won Lost Por Agst.Pts.
Cranbrook        7
0
L'S
IC
14
Concentrator    2
3
18
10
4
Tunnel              2
:t
17
23
4
Wycliffe           1
5
21
25
2
Cranbrook',
i Goal Seorer-,
Goals
Assists
l'ls
wuu all hearts hy her
nml Rudolph   Valentin
ilever
acting,
milling
i it comes to bt>-
•r." Ah Rupert,
ored u distinct
Staples as Mrs.
lot
The [uneral took place ai Port
Steele at Sunday nttemoon last, February 10th, of the lulu YV. M. Burrow,
of that town, whose death took place
lost week at the St. Eugene Hospital.
The services were under the direction
of the lYTasonB of Port Steele, North
Star Lodge, No. .10, Ihe deceased having Obtained a high degree in the Order in England, and there were u
large number of friends of the tie-
ceased present from Ward tier, Cranbrook and other points, as well as
Fort, Steele itself.
At the lodge room the serv
in charge of W. Bro, it. u
ihaplaln ol the lodge
Anglican  rim
bra it:
at   tl
s were
\ Gal-
Uter
1'.   V.
e well
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
COLUMBIA
15, 1922
N OTBS
Rev.
Harrison conducted service. II:
known hymns, "Lend, Kindly Light,"
Peace, Perfecl Peace." and "Forever
With the Lord." being sung. Al lbe
graveside In the Perl Steele cemetery the Masonic service was in
charge of \V. Bro. B, Luck, master of
the Port Steele Uulge, aud last res
peels were paid lo the deceased bro.
ther in tlie customary Impressive
manner. The pall bearers were Mes
Schad and CaBsldy, of Bull Rtv
on jimmle Jonas wh>
ing "The Perfect Lo
Jessies   lover,   he   i
success,   Mrs. E. L
Briggs, mother of Jessie and 1
"Is   a   widow   too,"   to   Use   Lancelot's
expression, and Mr. C. 0. staples acting the part of Mr. tngoleby, Mrs.
Briggs' girlhood sweetheart, both
played their parts exceptionally well
and showed marked acting ability.
Mr. II. B, Young as the "Mysterious
Voice," although not seen, was very
much beard, and created'quite a sensation   among  the   spooning  couples.
The whole play was humorous and
well acted, and was very much enjoyed by everyone present.
Several cars from Cranbrook and
Lumbertou were In evidence, and af
lor the play u dunce was held and re
troBhments served. About $100 was
made, which will go toward the swim
tiling pool  fund.
m GO AHEAD
WITH
NK1V  I'VKK
Goals
Assists
FtB.
in-. Huffman
11)
4
24
Muster Huffman
s
il
19
11. Blumenauer
8
1
17
it. Uluiucnauet-
:i
0
0
II. Urldges
2
0
4
Weather conditions Sunday last a
most paved the way for Cranbrook
lirsl defeat, of the present bohsou, and
lbe loyal supporters of the loculs rt
celved somewhat oi a scare when the
lumbermen added two goals right at
the start  of the game, whllo Cranbrook   had   to  be  content   with   one,
"Buster" Huffman scoring on a puss
from "Doe" Huffman.
Palling snow throughout tho game
made ft almost Impossible for the locals to inject team play Into the game.
However, tho second period closed
with Cranbrook leading It to 2, H. Blu-
menatier and Buster Huffman scoring whllo Wy&liffe failed to tally.
With clean Ice and loss snow Cranbrook pressed hard. Doc. Huffman adding two unassiBled, and the game
closed. Cranbrook 6, Wycliffo 2.
to avenge their recent defeat by Cranbrook, and feeling that the large For-
nlo Arena would be conducive to that
end, took a defeat, by the amazing
score of 9 to 1. Waldo failed to reason Hint possibly Cranbrook might
profit by the large Ice space, and profit they dfd. Cranbrook proved conclusively that they are a Urge ic*
team.
Pleased with Ferule's ice palace and
j the melodious rooting of Qeorge Ilo-
l garth, "Dad" Huffman, Vic. Trombley
and a few other faithful Cranbrook-
Ites, the Cranbrook Recreation Club
team gave their host season's perfornv
unco. It was simply a ease of too
much speed, back chocking and team
play, coupled with Ihe sensational'
work of Tom Hogarth in tho nets,
this boy allowing but one goal to got
by, and that of a iluko nature. A Fer-
nlo sport fan remarked, "Cranbrook
gave tho finest exhibition of heady
team play seen hero this Benson."
Cranbrook throw in thoir capable
substitutes Eneas Hogarth and H.
| Bridges, and they worked line, Pueus
sagging the net on a beautiful shot
for tho ninth and last goal. "Doc."
Huffman scored 3, II, Blumonnuer 2,
"Busier" Huffmnn 2, Roy Blumenauer
1 and E. Hogarth 1.
CRANBROOK il, WALDO 1
Pernie, B.C., Feb. 12,—Waldo, eager
Tho line-ups were as follows:
Wycliffe
Goal: L. Cfowo. Defence: Whitehead, Dull. Forwards: Jones, Paul,
Culms,  Richardson.
Waldo
Goal: Hovan. Defence: McToer,
Wild.   Forwards: Muldoon, Ayrea.
Cranbrook
Goal: T. Hogarth. Defense: Batchelor. Blumetiuuer. Forwards: Blumenauer, B. Huffman, Dr, Huffman,
E. Hogarth, Bridges.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
WILL FIND
*1fcrm Help for
Western Farmers
TO BE OF SERVICE to Western Canadian Fanners
and help to meet their needs in securing competent
farm help, the Canadian Pacific Railway is prepared
to utilize its widespread organization to provide such
help from a number of countries.
The CANADIAN PACIFIC Railway will now roceivo
and arrange to fill applications for male and female
farm help to bo supplied from Great Britain, Belgium.
Holland, Dentn&rk. Switzerland ami Norway, hi all of
which countries the Company 1ms representatives who
have farmed in and are familia.- with Western Canadian conditions und who are now in touch with such
men and women ready and anxious to come to Canada.
GOVERNMENTS of the countries above men-
Tl
fill
ilgrt
    ...pressed  their  willingness  to aid  tho
ion tif this class of their peoples.' In order to
i applications satisfactorily mid bring tiie help
lo the farmer at the proper time and with n clear
understanding of the requirements ami obligations of
each, a printed "Application for Help" form has been
prepared which can be obtained from any C.P.R, Station Agent or offices listed below.
Tin- Company wi!l tvmlic no charge tq tin' fiirmer /or Uito ilt-
vlt>o nor will tlio fiinuor bo required lo inako any rimli atlvanca
wlmUoovor  towards  tho travailing oxponiM  ut  Ms   help   tp  *'•■
nearest railway Italian.   Tim Information ncwtiKai	
these application formi, which will In- lipid In rii'
covori the following point*.—the kind ol help i
female- married or unmarried; Jnio required am
nationality dwlroli monthly war.* offered! kind
WINNIPEG.—T. 8. Acheion, General Agricultural Agent. C.P.K.
WINNIPEG.—John  Sweeting, Induitrlal Agent, C.P.n.
SASKATOON.—W. .1. Gerow, Land Agent, C.P.B,
EDMONTON.—J.  Milter,  Unit Aijcnt.  C.P.B.
CALGARY.—M.  B, Thornton, Bnpt. Colonisation, C.P.B.
VANCOUVER.—E, J.  Semraeni, Trav.  Industrial  a Kent,  C.P.n
Department  of Colonization and Development
Canadian Pacific Railway
J. S. DENNIS, Chief Commliilontr, MonlrwI.
iiMk.-d for In
tlffl'ICtl,
White his own province is faced With a sequence of capital
crimes now uwaltlng expiation,
a Calgary member at Ottawa
Introduces a bill for the abolition of capital punishment, On
lhe same day the minister of
justice asks for leave lo establish the full power of the law
In the unorganized northlauds,
to be able to deal competently
With murder cases arising there
and to carry out the dread sentences.
•     •     #     4
Apparently the government
needs every cent it can make
out of the liquor traffic in this
province. A few days ago a reduction was announced in the
salaries of some of the outside
employees of lhe liquor board.
though thoy never were princely. No change is yet announced in regard to the vendors and
assistants, but salary reductions in (he liquor business are
liable to be dangerous for oh
vlous reasons.
•        •        *        a,
Klrkham, of Lethbridge, one
of the visiting skips at the bon
spiel, does not like the deliberative style of some of the Crau
brook skips, which he says is
particularly aggravating, and
next to poor sportsmanship.
The general verdict is that a
little more deliberativeness
would not have hurt Kirkham's
rink in one spot, and that It is
worse than poor sportsmanship
to grouse at a rink that beats
you.
*  *  •   •
Quebec, one hundred per
cent. Gouin federally, and hitherto practically   one   hundred
B. II. L. Alt rein nnd W.
ort Steele, and Messrs.
p, M, MocPheraon, or <
Attree
White
ibrook.
FATHERS AMI SONS
OF METHODIST CHURCH
i;n,ioy GET TOGETHER
Hoy Question Shown Up Prom
Both View Points Hy Old
And Voting Speakers
per
cent.  Taschereau  provinc-boys'work
Fathers and sons or tue Methodist
Sunday School met al the Y.M.C.A. on
Tuesday evening of this week for a
supper and social evening, about six
ty being present. Mr, Martin T. Harris acted as chairman for the evening
and a splendid supper was provided
by tlio ladies, to whom much credit
is due for the success of tbe evening.
After the inner man wns satisfied
the boys, old and young, look part in
an Impromptu program. Mr. lien
McPhee In a very able manner put
before tlie lads some of the things
that a father expects of his hoy, and
Messrs. \V. p. Attrldge, (i. T. Molr,
!',.   A.   Monrliousc.  and   P.   lleise  also
added some suggestions lor the boys
a number of tlie lads gave short
addresses ou the topic "What a Hoy
Exports of His Father," and it is to
lio hoped that some (if the ideas expressed will sink in aud help hot I:
fathers and hoys to he more to euch
other in the future,
During ihe evening a pianoforte
duet wus rendered by Arthur Slnink-
land nnd Prank Hoy, and this called
for much applause. Arthur Shank-
laud also pleased (lie audience with a
pianoforte solo. Mr. Harold Summer In a very capable manner, dealt
With the question of "The Hoy in The
Community." Mr. .Morrison Clarke of
the Y.M.C.A. added pep to the meeting
with a page from his experiences in
(Continued from Page 1)
ilie advisability of iis construction
He offered as an alternative plan the
possibility of making arrangements
with the Recreation Club for the use
of their swimming pool. The inclusion of the pool would necessitate the
removal of tlie auto camp site which,
iu view of tlie expected Influx of tourists, was a most Important matter, as
It meant money to tho City. He would
be glad to see the park go ahead, but
i he people should be made aware of
what every expenditure of money
meant iu their taxes. He pointed out
that expense would also be entailed
for ji caretaker.
\V, 11. Wilson, speaking In regard
to tho matter of cost, felt that all that
the Council had to concern themselves
about wus the spending o[ the ?li),000
along the lines laid out in the original
scheme. If more money wus necessary he felt there were enough or-!
ganlzatlons and citizens in sympathy
witli lhe project to see that It was
successfully carried through. In this
onnectlon the mime of Mr. Conrad
Johnston was mentioned as one who
would donate the sum of ?100. Mr.
Wilson also referred to a letter that
he had just received from Vancouver
relative to the facilities that ('ran
brook offered for tourist cars, which
wus desired for publication In a hook
lally, yielded over twenty of
its eighty-eight seats to the opposition at the recent elections.
Montreal, with thirteen Conservative members, now joinB
the long list of truculent metropolitan centres which have
registered "agin the government."
*   •   •   •
li. C. politicians are missing
a great opportunity. No one
has yet accused Mr. Bowser <^f
engineering the formation of
the new Provincial party, having as its slogan "Put Oliver
out." This oversight will likely he noticed before long.
Rev, 11. C. Freeman In his
pleasing manner spoke or the "Boy"
problem of the present day, and offered some suggestions In both old nnd
young.
The evening was interspersed with
choruses, iu which all joined.v
Before closing three rousing cheers
and a tiger wore given for the ladles
who had provided such un abundance
of good things, and this was followed
by three cheers for "Our Mothers."
Tbo singing of "Ood Save tbe King"
brought a very successful evening t
a close.
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from Tiie Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1903.
Stockholders In the Sullivan Mine
are being asked to sanction n new issue of $200,000 slock, to provide the
funds to properly reorganize and complete the smelter at Marysvllle.
A wage dispute has precipitated a
Hirlko in the coal mines of the Crows'
Nest, and tlio mines at Pernio, Michel and MorrlKBey are closed down.
N. Hunnon, of Wain, In the city du-
i'Lav at wvrum:
"THE TKYHTIXfl PLACE"
SUCCESSFULLY PUT ON
Total Proceeds of $100 Reafl*
ed to Add To Swimming
Pool Fund
(Special to The Herald)
Wycliffe, B.C., Feb. 14.—The Wy-
Oliffe Dramatic Club went over big
In their first presentation "The Trusting Place," which wns given before
a large audience in the Club on Saturday night. It would be bard to say
who was the star of lhe evening. They
wero all Btars. Miss Agnes Heckle at
Mrs. Curtis, the charming young wi
ilow, was Indeed charming, and Bert
Johnson as Lancelot Briggs played his
role of the love nick youngster to perfection. Mn. 0, O. Staplei, taking
tho part of Jeule Drlggs but il»t«r.
1
I
1
lot.
ti. T.  Molr recalled events leading'
up lo the passing of the Park By-law.
and   claimed   thai   everyone   had   bad
amide time to consider all the points
that   wore  now  being  raised  again si
the project.   He pointed oui that tin
original estimate was for $10,000, covering  two  years' work,  whereas  tho
plan upon which lhe |14,000 ostium
was based would take ihree years to
complete.    The original   plan  called'
simply a recreation grounds where
dies could enjoy themselves in tin
open witli  swings and oilier playing
lees.    In regard to the mailer of
Intenance,  he stated  that  at the
time of the passing of ihe by-law
i   suggested   lbe   expenses   of   the
c  of  the  cemetery  and   the  park
should be pul together,
A. 11. DeWolfe thought tbut the os-'
limine of the Engineer was conservative and reliable, but that it was based on requirements that differed materially from the original pbn. lu It
(lie Idea of a park for recreation purposes was considered, the ornamental
side not being considered so urgent.!
Ho thought that with 1111,000 the principal features of the programme could
ho carried out, including the pool for
swimming, cinder walks, tearing
down the old building, moving band k
slum!, and replacing the enmp site1*
The lllling could be done at a cost of f
itO cents per yard or Icbs if advantage: 1
were taken of the excavations fromi1^
cellars from time to time.
Aid. Flowers Btated that while lie
hail not been lu favor of tbe park ns
designed, he was willing to do as the
people had voted. His idea was a park
of a different nature, such as the
Bowness Turk lu Calgary.
Alderman Jones also complimented
Hie Engineer on the matter of his estimate, but considered it was a plan
beyond that originally  planned.
C. It. Ward poinled out that the
offer of the itotarians sill stood good,
that they would assist in whatever
manner wns within their power In the
completion of the park.
Finally, Mr. Ward moved, seconded
hy Mr. C. J. Little, that the consents of opinion at the meeting wns that
ibo Council should proceed with the
swimming pool and tbe dressing
rooms and such other work us funds
would  permit of.
After tho passing of ihe motion Mr.
P. 0. Marsh, on behalf of tho Rotary
Club, renewed tho offer of their assistance wherever thu same could be
made use of.
Now in Progress at W. D. HILL'S Store
igjSPi
AND WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE   -   IT'S GENUINE
UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN SEASONABLE GOODS ARK OFFERING AT W. I). HILL'S STORE. AND WILL BE
AVAILABLE  FOR A LIMITED PERIOD. THOROUGHLY HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE AT GREAT
LY REDUCED PRICES. TO SEE IS TO BELIEVE. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THAT' EACH SALE
PRICE MARKED MEANS A GENUINE BARGAIN. WATCH OUR WINDOW'S FOR ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
EVERYTHING WILL BE CUT TO THE BONE, AND MANY LINES WILL BIS SOLO AT   HALF PRICE.
TO BE SACRIFICED AT 75 ON THE DOLLAR
LADIES'  JOSSES'  AXO  CHILDREN'S
Suits, Coats, Dresses and Dress Goods, Whitewear, Sweaters, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Hose, all to be Sacrificed
THIS IS A STRAIGHT   SAVING   OF   ONE-FOURTH
OFF   REGULAR   SELLING   PRICES.    IT WILL MEAN
THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE ANY FOUR ARTICLES
FOR THE PRICE OF THREE, WHETHER IT BE PRINT
AT 35c. PER YARD OR SILKS AT $2.75 PER YARD.
LADIES' DRESSES
in Botany Serges, Trieotines, Silks and Canton Crepes,
are to be offered at REDUCED PRICES. Style and workmanship excellent in every detail.
We quote a few price's which will govern:
A Dress regularly priced at $10.50 for $ 7.00
A Dress regularly priced at $12.no for      11.10
A Dress regularly priced at $20.00 for    15.00
A Dress regularly priced at
Call und Look
1.50 for  35,00
Ills Line Over
Dress Goods in all Shades
Plaid and Check Dress Goods, regular $2.25 yd., for
Regular $1.25 per yard, for 	
81.09
9f,c.
Ladies' Waists, In Voile, Georgette, Crepe
de Chine and other fine materials, all go
at one-half the regular selling price.
See what this means:
Waists selling regularly at $4 for..$8.00
$5.00 Waists go out at   2.50
Georgette Waists, regular $9.50 and
$12.50 for  11.76 and 0.35
MIDDIES!    MIDDIES!!    MIDDIES!!!
Everything in Girl's Middles, Children's
Middies and Women's Middies is
also to be Included In the
HALF PRICE SALE
HOUSE DRESSES
In Prints, all sizes and shadings
worth reg. $1.50, will be Bold at
85c
LADIES' HOSE
FLANNELETTE
We have MANY HUNDREDS OF YARDS
OP FLANNELETTE, w%lte and colored.
which will be sold, us long as it lusts.
For a Very Special  Price:
While Flannelette, -l yards for $1.00
Striped Flannelette, 5 yards for ...   1.00
While this Sale is on we will sell
A Quantity of PRINT at 25c yd.
Itl'iMiliirla worth 40c. per yard
ci       I .. .'-HOES
Flannelette
Blankets
Gray & White
full size, reg.
$2,25 per pair
Sale Price 2.45
TWENTY DOZEN LADIES'
SILK HOSE, in colors black
and white, regular price $1.75
per pair, to be sold out at the
Special Price por pair of 05c
Ladies' Black, White or
Brown Lisle HoBe, regular
60c. per pair, to be sold at
just, about Half Price Special at 8 pairs for $1.00
24 Dozen Cotton Hose in Mack and white, regular 45c.
per pair, now   4 pairs for $1.00
CORSETS at One-Quarter off Regular Prices
NO GOODS IN THIS SALE CAN BE CHARGED
A Child's Shoe, regular
$1.25, for     95c.
A Child's Shoe, regular
I
$2.00 for  ,,.,$1.50
All sizes in  Misses'  or
Boys   Shoes,   regular
$3.00. for    8.85
All  sizes in  Misses' or
Hoys'  Shoes,   regular Ladles' Shoes, reg. $8   $0
$4.00, for     8,00    Ladies' Shoes, regular
Ladles' Shoes, reg. $6.. 4.60       $12.50 for $9,40
600 Pairs of Women's, Misses', Boys' and Children's Shoes
ALL SIXES, GOING AT HALE PRICE
NO REFUNDS OH EXCHANGES
L
W.  D.  HILL
TIIE LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S STORE EXCLUSIVELY Friday, February 15,1923
THE   CltAMIROOK   HERALD
PAGE    III II IE
WYCLIFFE NOTES
Miss  Francos  Cba
Kennedy of the St.
HlufT,   were   visitors
week.
.Mrs. \v. Collins was taken to St. Mr, Albert I
Eugene Hospital on Frtuuy auffeitng! to the nutlvcs :
from Bleeping sickness. The children [Dunn left our
are being luken care of by Mrs. last week, "M
Walmaeley during their mother's ill-: at Wycliffe am
many ye i ■    J
"OUR
Mint.■.:..'
PLIRS CREAI
Pron •< Servl e at
The
NO  III
LANDS
Ottawa, 0 i  fnrasl engineers sonl   Into Cm uln  by  Unltod
Sl:lh"t   in1    '
ot  spruco  timber   nol. . li
ompted  by  Cnuadlnn com
roturntng homo empty ham
ot these oxpovts  who  hint
Called io socuro timber lam
companies  In  bu II
nml New York, have   xprei
prise that bo Little timber '.>■
nhle for pureba e In 1    torn
r budles
e> pre
nil's are
. me
avion .ly
tor their
Maine
'>;:';:;!
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm j
I'ikim; in
Frame':   Hi     1
s UOOI) Broad
Hifi Pii  .
:•:•'■. Pcstry are
made in a tasty
mannef which
invites the moat
exacting per-
son 11 ci 11
agafn, nt
TIIE HOMI
BAKEKY
Phone tl
Norlu.ry  Ave.
Miss Dorace Staples in convalescing
Eter mi attack of whooping courIi
ml bronchitis,
Bast Kootenay baseball fanB in gen-
Bral and Wycliffe Cans in particular
were Startled on Saturday last when
ii becamo generally known that the
Wycliffe Club were considering the
sale of their crack first Backer Steve
Clark to tho LumberLon Club tor the
inn of It) rents lu cash, Lloyd Crowe
nml ".lake" Jacohson have tho ar-
ranKomontB in hand and it Is understood I hai iimler no circumstances
v. ill Lloyd lot Sieve ko for loss than
10 cents, its he Is worth that any old
day to iiny club.
Mrs. Jack Rogers of Medicine Hat
Lrrlved In Wycliffe last week to Join
or husband.
1 li iltt Nancy Young, who has boon
Hill    ill with whooping coukIi Is now
.;.   much  Improved.
Si hool was resumed on Monday
I er being shut down for a week
while temporary repairs were being
made on the school house after the
Iro. Permanent repairs will not he
made until the Easter holidays.
"Tuffy" Staples is awfully absent
. ilnded these days. The other morning, according to reliable information,
■ poured his tea into the sugar bowl
which was half full of sugar, and then
urned around and put tho tea pot iu
i reservoir of the kitchen range.
Yonder what's the matter?
iliiEB! HIE
HUTS BOILS
Wycliffe tor thu past
ck   ami   MIks
better known
;.- and Mr. Joe
a [q to Us fate
been the cook
u] . I i a good
>een I unkey at
UU!*.
i	
Of Interest to Poultry Keepers
Edited by The Brown Poultry Ranch    Fort Steele, B.C.
Have your notes in your vest pocket  cabbage.    The result weighed twenty
-not  in tlie bank. pounds oi belter per bead.
bo people fall in the poultry bus-.
Messrs. Longmire, E. Mapson and j jnegB because they don't DO.  Work is]
Qrsi and last word in the poultry1
ibulary.
E. B. Allan, auditors tor'George A
Touche & Co., Calgary, were In Wy-
cllffo last week on business.
The axe is the poultryman's best
doctor, and work Ills heat medicine.
Directions —Apply the former when
necessary; the latter before and after
each meal for six mouths twice a
year.
Jo
Ei
he
. origins I
left Monday for Spo-
will und< rgo mertlca
I   ■■-.
L- ago by b kuol out ot
hfni in the eye while
nill.
On  Monday  afternt m   Fred   Ho ile
had a bad accldeni two ot his
ringers were badly cul   by i
il,.'  mill     tl   la  toared  thai " 111
lose -ii" "i hli   lln [ere, bul tin   other
out' will no doubt be saved,
FORI STEELE XOTES
You  can't succei
grit.   Then see thi
I 00.
ir you haven't a wife, get one, or
lon'l   go   into   the   poultry   business
..'  !  of the game; not boss, but
you and ypu run the busl-
*    .1  she  .shows   you   where  to j
'start  aud  gel  off at,"    Don't think,    -pry   out   your   religion
Brown writes this- I'm doing It neighbor and your live si
Maybe she told me what to | keep it ull wrapped up ii
times before being sel out In the open.
From the large number of  colours.
jshapea nnd forms that appear, selection i necessary, Hollowed by teatB'
with t\ tndard varieties.
During  ' c past  two Beasons some I
work on soil fumigation has been car-;
' ried on in the (.oiitrul or scab and.
rhlzoctonla, creoltn, pacolin and crtifV
carbolic acid being used. These pro-
ducts are then .mixed with u small!
Quantity of soil, broadcasted over!
tbe ares, and thoroughly worked In. I
Tin' results have been quite marked,1
and turther experimental work in the j
way of trying out various strengths
und times of application will he con-1
ducted.
imam
— iL',... i-i   . i
Celery King Is the thing
tOBtm.ulato the liver. cl«t|mifl M<>
bowels, purify the blood, banian
headaches and make you feel I
iy of better health and itrwi
atur«'§ own laxative and t
roots and herbs in Celery King.
SOo and 60c packages.
{?
Are You Coughin
11 you know, but
he same.
ospel
■
h
th.
II
Bi
row
i was a boy we used to have!
oitntry Bcbools. .Most people
tm uom in their poultry nous*
you worked as hard ou your'
si as my mother did on my
of] wouldn't have 'em either, i
y! [fa just as much disgrace1
in the hetiH as on your
:1   In  life  without
t  the hen gels it
on your[
ck. Don't
a Sunday!
suit of clothes. Try for one year to
ileal absolutely square with both man
and beast, and you will be a better
man throughout the rest of your life.
There is no food vain
o don't cuss the hen.
iu swearing,
POTATO EXPERIMENTS
AT INVEKMEHi:  EXPERIMENTAL STATION
.Her five
iiiu
at Ltskeard, Cornwall,'England,    on
April  Llth, 1844, at m e    to    K >rl
Steele to reside with his daughter and
u-ln-law, the late J.  P. « [minings,
dd if y<
what ii
hi then
*   *   ♦   » it. G. Newton,
her is no damper on the Superintendent Experimental Station,
•mber this
u only r
did to
sel up
lnvermere, B.C.
in- be
el Inst
d DO.
where ho mode
death. He was
cer mining of ih
where thu gold
fleeced him of ;
dollars. Ile wo
sou. being initial
Wi
ihl
'lice,
NO.  48
tousand
I lu Lodge B ■ vol
, Bldoford, Devon, En ■-
later joining- the Rocky
pier here. The fun-
?o horo on Sunday, the
CRAM ROOK CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment Bent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the business
1b your ai
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
We cioau and Dye Bverjtfhlng.
PHONE   157
J. K. Chorlton
SHOW CARD WHITING
HAND   II.I.r.MI.VATlNM
Terms Reasonable
114 Hanson Are.       rtonc MD
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Din
Cranbrook Musical
Teachei i ' lolin and
Piano
Preparation t< r M isli al Examinations
I'linne HI"
Cranbrook, IIX.
"California Fig Syrup"
Child's Best Laxative
land. In 1872
Mountain Cli
oral took pli
cortege leaving lhe Anglican Churcl
at l p.m., undi r the t:, rge of the
Fort Steele Masonic Lodge, tho Dill-
elating clergyman being [lev. P, V.
Harrison, of Cranbrook, Besides the
family, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Chamtngs, ..
grandson, among those attending were
Mr. and Mrs. Attree, Miss Aihvi,, Mr.
and Mrs. Tolfree, Mr. Hell
H. White, Mr, Ryckman, Mr Oal-
braitb. Mr.  Luck, Mr. .Bull
River, Mr. and Mr    Howard I • hard
sou, Mr. BInmore, M '.   ioj It
meron. Mr. Crelney, Mr, Q. It   p  eti
Born, -- On Monday. Pebru ir    I I
to Mr. und Mrs. Morgan,
< AIM>1,F THANKS
Mrs. Cooper and family desire to
thank tlie sisters and nurses of the S1.
Eugene Hospital for their ! iinli
Mr. Burrow in his lasl Illness;, also
and they also thank thd. e who e >
Kindly express-.i sympathy In Ihglr
bereavement.
i you In the sal
■ed the hens. It's a
:ii thai you will
jg production.
n is measured out
ie proportion you
dollar lo a dough-
soon Increase Hie
rd her in w
ultry gospel.
Don'l !:
ounlaln
wiiii.   BI
"din ler
id
At tho present tlmo there are three
methods   of   improving   the   potato.
' First, the purification of existing var-
: leties and the maintenance of strong,
! vigorous stocks.    Second, the utlllza-
I Hon of bud mutations. Third. Ihe dev-
1 elopment of new varieties from seed.
Under the llrst heading this station
is testing out many of the present d
,.,  jn   varieties     Hint     are     being     grown
t     work   throughOUl the Dominion.   The varie-
lon'l know what' lil3H lirti ftei>t "bsolntely pure, and by
came from, but' roguelng aml individual tuber selec-
iiou vigorous stocks are obtained.   Individual tuber selection was started
three ywirs ago, after bill selection
had been tried out  for a number of
kiu
il jusl because a hen can't
':, a hard drinker and wants
after every cackle.
If you were a mile from home chas-
n a June bug when the dinner bell
rang, do you think you'd gel buck in
line to f i tlio wisli bone? Then keep
your chickens at  home and let  them
ratch up your own bach yard,   You
■ [J]    lui fe   less   trouble   nnd   more
■ :i ■      ■■■ Ith your neighbors.
Rocking {hairs are made for old
women and ki/.y men. Poultry keep-
<rs don'i bead them. You can turn
round on the end ol a shovel handle
ivl i: more prbfll than yon can in a
wirel chair.
Even a sick child loves the "fruity"
r ot "California Pig Syrup." If the
mgue Is coated, or if your child
listless, cross, feverish, full of cold,
r has colic, a teaspoonfnl will never
pen He bowels. In a few hours
ou can see for yourself how thorough-
y it work.- all the constipation poison
It's easy to tell whether or not an
hatch- set a hen on il three
Thai's   whal   our   grand-mo-
11     Bul   we tan  tell you  In
l hours.   Take a piece of
n ah   .: tube two Inches long.
ind ol au egg, stick it over the
end o( an ordinary flashlight,   After
tiavo been under the hen two
  nnd a day. place the egg In tlie
Following is a statement of ore re   urn! of Ibis tube arid turn on the flash.
celpts at Trail Smelter ror the period   ruin % si and if fertile you
during Pebrus li Inclusive:    cat        the life germ; it will look like
r bile and waste from the tender,1 Name ot Mine and Locality Tons   , b| Ider web.   At first you better not
OKB NHITMKYI'S
Itri'lIYKl,  AT
TRAIt SMKLTER
ttlo  bowels  anil   gives yon   a   well,
. hlld again.
Millions  of mothers keep "Callfor
ByTup" handy.   They know a
Bosun, Silverton, B.C   	
Black Rock, Noi    -   rt   Wn. ,.
Knob  Hill. Repi
Lone Pine But
Itr
IltiS (iHAY IIAIH
COLOR RESTORER
swi: - RAMTABX - GUABAXTEED
GET A FREE SAMPLE In a plain con-'
talner t>\ sendh g this advertisement
with t'olor of hair and your name and
address plainly printed. TO TRY IT
IS TO BUY IT.   Pull sir.e bottle $1.85.
THE nil* C03TPAXT, Deyt. D,
1220 Mi   lite Street, Vancouver, B.C.
Why not relieve it this very day ?
A few drops of Shiloh banishes that
ticklingln the throatthatfhuddenB
you. A. few doses heal up the tore
und inflamed tissues in tne throat
and really banish that cough, "' c,
COc and $1.20.   AlJdrugg&U
SHILOm
If Baby is Fat—
walch well lor charing and
irritations of the skin. Many-
skin troubles will be avoided
by careful washing with
BABY'S OWN
SOAP
AL8EHT   90A»3   L:M.TED
Cranbrook Hold Cafe
Tb.' Onlj Pirst Class Dining
Room in the City
«nr Serrlea  Will  Please feu
Open from 7.1B a.B0   to S.15 p.m.
\    M
I (i g V.
! to-day oaves a Blck child Paradise, Winder)
: m     Ask   your   dniRgist   for Qullp, Republi    Wt
■ "California Pip Syrup" which Burprlso, Republic, Wij
lions for babies and children SHveramlth   S
if all ages printed on tha bottle.  Mo- Company Mine         al  hand;   Use n little lime with it.
her!    Yon must say "(WIJKOHNl K*  — We ap] liod poultry house fertilizer to
■ ia] get an Imitation fig nyrup I Total 9,264   now grounds upon which we planted
SS attempt to make n tesl before seventy-
2 two hours of incubation.
. *   •   *   •
267       Packing  houses  me  advertising
Oei their price-, then boat
them to tl  by using the litter from
lit) your hen  roost   and   poultry   house
133 door.   It's better, besides being close
iara and found  unsatisfactory.
The tubers are brought to the light
three or four weeks before planting1
time and allowed lo sprout. Only
tubers showing marked sprouting ten
dencies are selected. All varieties do
ntol  posses the same sprouting char-
teristtcs. but tho grower will readily loam to distinguish the strong
tubers, nnd will select accordingly,
With this method the yields of 22 varieties have been nearly doubled during the past three years; the average
yield of the 22 varieties from 1917 to
l'Jl'J being 14 toim 605 lbs, per acre.
The average yield of the same varieties from 1920 to 1922 was 27 tons 620
lb;i. por acre. It Is our belief that a
great deal of study should be given
the sprout of the potato, as It may be
possible to eliminate more of our present day diseases by this method than
by others.
Prom the second met hod of bud
mutation little hope can be held out
of improved varieties, although most
investigators ure constantly on the
look out (or mutations.
Prom seed balls, whether naturally
or artificially pollinated or cross pollinated, it is possible to develop new
varieties. The seed Is treated similarly to to'tinto seed, being planted In
hotbeds and transplanted a couple of
S-nd N .-.'
ii mi	
, '   J
■
■  .
NELSON BUSINESS COlLEGE
I.KAR> TO EABJi
I'rarllfaU ComaarrrUl CpHTM In
Sbortkaual, Tl|if«rllln«
Hni.tkn'i'l'l.   CoBBdrrUl   Law
Ptiansklp
loumiel   Kaillel  Hli
8nlUM
DAY    AND    NIGHT   CLASSES
Vor rartlcnUr. Apply to
C. W. TVLEB, Prlnrlpal
P. u. Ba>i, 14, Kelson, ll.C
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Munlr
Sunlit, above Murdock McLeod's. Pbons M8
RDIiSBI-'S UCIESTII-IIICES UUKQ Fll
Kill   RELIABILITY, SOUND-
NESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
ITRITY OF TONE AND PERFECTION OF TOUCH,
CHSbSE A
i (or Booklet or Call at  410 Baker Street, Nelson, B.C.
EXCURSION   mm m
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COii
Lift Off with Finge
V A It K I' It
Clour ind lv".i Mwohants
Ha) anil Qraln ol All Kinds
llauson Amiiiu'
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tlllKv Ptl       U'
ti\K SOLID WEEK
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right
MXV
Doean't hurt a bltl Drop a little
"FreMons" on an aclilng corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift It right off with ring-
•rs.   Truly!
Your druggist sslls a tiny bottle of
"Freefone" tor a few cents, sufflclml
to remove every bard com. soft com,
or corn between tbe toes, and the csl-
Insses. wltboot soreness or Irritation ,
Take
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system wrong and affects the health
generally. Beecham's Pills act directly on the liver, cleanse and
strengthen the stomach, regulate the
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nervous system, bright eyes and clear
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50c   90 pills
Par further particulars apply to
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J. B. FROOTOR,
Stats** Faasesifer Agent, Oaagsarr. PAGE  FOUR
TUG  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, February 15, 1928
. ;'i.'.: ■ : j.    : r  .:■ v:::i\ Unfa^*)    \ :i i'i. :ri Rij:rj Sii:jii fc^inni,.'
IMbodist eburcb
REV. B. C. I'HKKMAN, Pastor
18-MISSIOHAHY
IARCHING WITH GOD
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 18 - MISSIONARY
.'hull'
M li.ll
... Junior
Sunday School, Adult Biblo Class
HEROES OP THE FAITH ..Senior Choir
Study.
Tuesday, 8 p.m. Midweek Prayer and liiblti
Subject, "Dolne to Others as"We Would
Them Do To Us."'
Have
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
fl s=3 i??£ t;
"lull or
• !her i
*      ELKO  HAPPENINGS
I pury
Tlie Elko Community Club lmvo tor-L . .
nied a new committee for the purpose
of arranging dancing ami card socials'
to be held every two or three weeks
in tlie Elko Community Hall.
during the week, the guest of
ouslnn, Mrs. J. McLean,
C. Snowden, the oil man of Cal-
upont Friday in Elko nml dls-
Mn
T. H. Duncan wan a Fernie vi-
I0DGE8 AM) SOCIETIES
WOMEN'.S  INSTITUTE
Meets In the j
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of the
first Tuesday at
3 p.m.
a^#l*<S«    All ladles are
cordially Invited
F, Constantino.
Mrs. 8. Taylor.
T. 0. Bolder, late ur Stavely, Alto.,
dtstrlol iiBoiu for thu ttawlolgh company, has now made a complete visit In his district, which covers from
Fernie to Kooteuuy Landing, and reports favorable bslness. He intends
making, his headquarters al Elko.
\Y,Bowles, of Toronto, who carries
n fine line of sporting goods, was a
business visitor on Friday.
3!issc8 llcnc and Isuliello Duncan
were guests of their grandparonts,
Mr. anil Mrs. .1   Thompson, m Cvnn-
l'resldenl:    Mrs,
Seo.-Trensurcrt
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cruubruek, ll.C
Meels every Tuesday at S p.m.
In tho Fraternity Holl
W. A. Wilson, C. C.
H. L. Harrison, K. ot K. & S.
J. Walker, M. ot F.
■Visiting Brethren Cordially Invited Tu Attend.
I'linne 210 I'd. Her 833
B. A. M00RHOUSE
A.M.B.I.C, & B.C.L.S.
I'ltOV. LAN!) 9UKVEI0B
Cranbrook    .     .     -B.C-
baptist Church
PASTOR   W.  T.   TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY .NEXT, FEB. lltli
•THE  CHARTER  OF  THE
CHURCH"
1- noon: Sunday School
7.110 ii.in.;
PROORAMME BY THE TTJXIS
SQUARE
MeJfet»
a MAN  Without
principle   Neve'k
(NT£(5e6T , EH ?
brook, over the week-end.
M, Emory, of the East Kooienny Power Co,, Bull lllver. was a business visitor on Thursday.
u si. Elmo Pearce spent the weekend tn Calgary.
T. 13. Poaamore o( ihe Kootenay
Telephone Lines, Cranbrook, was busy fixing tinea ami trouble tor n Few
days In Elko ami district.
Quito ii number Ot men have been
: employed during the past two weeks
putting and Btoring Ice tor the local
' bUBiness tuiicerns.
S. I). II. Pope, chief engineer lor
thu East Kootenny Power Co. here
was a business visitor to Fernie on
Saturday evening,
WILMER DRAMATIC
TALENT  PUTS ON
PLAY "SAFETY FIRST"
Drew Capacity House For Performance In Aid Of Anglican Church Funds
Woods in spending a  Tew days
ilgary on business.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
(SECTION 100)
IN THE MATTER ot Parcels
1 und 2 ot Hlock "D" of Lot
4592, Group 1, Map 1447, Kootenay   District.     (See  Reference Plans Noh. 24072-A and
24078-A  respectively.
PROOF having been illed in my office of the loss of Certificates of Title
Xos. 24072-A and 24078-A to the above
mentioned hinds in the name of B.C.
Spruce   Mills,   Limited,  und   bearing
dale lhe Uth August, 1021, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of my intention ul
iho expiration of ono calendar month
(Special to The Herald)
Invlrmere, B.C., Feb. 12,—When the
Inhabitants of (lie Windermere District hear thai the Winner Dramatic
Society ure rehearsing a play, they
ure all excited, and look forward eagerly to the night of tlie performance
us one of anticipated pleasure, us they
have never been disappointed, and
this time certainly the Wilmer Urn
malic Society surpassed alt expecta
lions.
On Friday night, the Uth Inst., they
put on the comedy "Safety First" nl
the Mackay Hull. Athulmer, und played to a capacity house, for by 8.IB
I).m. there was standing room only,
and by 8.80 thut was all occupied.
The program opened with n short
concert, those taking part in it belug
Mrs. Allison Palmer, Miss Leque, Rev.
)''. It. Atkinson and Mr. Bouclller, Wltll
.Mrs. Dobte as acconipunist, the latter
also playing between tho acts, which
was greatly appreciated by the audi-
h. c. LONG
Fashionable LndlW unit Cents
Merchant Tailor.
Chinese Fancy Goods unit Silk
Vnn Horns St., Crajjibrooi
Pliono 410 P.O. D01 417
His. Green \ MacKinnon
Physicians nml Snri-Tiiiis
Ofllee  at   resilience, Armstrong
Aveniui
OFFICE HOUHS
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 lo 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
BEST  WORKMANSHIP
FIT GUARANTEED
C.  JOE   BROS.
MERCHANT TAILORS
LADIES'   AND   GENTLEMEN'S
FINE TAILORING
CLEANING AND PRESSING
.  Cranbrook Street
Opposite the Bunk of Commerce
Kit. T. II. MILKS
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a.m.     1 to 6 p.m. t
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
I'ho ne 850
Norbury Are., next to lltj Hull
WHY    OPERATE ?
G. Jolinson, engineer witli the Wig-
warn Pulp Mills. McNab, spent the
week-end at Fernie with his parents.
A, Lett returned from Lumberton
i'ti Saturday and Intends leaving for
points west.
Miss E. Cartlldge received the had
news on Wednesday to the effect that
her parents' home in Fernie was
burned, the house and contents being
lost, but fortunately covered by Insurance.
i. Jack is n happy boy, Lasl week
he was out hunting tnd slml two cougars and received a $40 bounty fee
for each at Fernie. He then sold the
hides. They were shot un the south
fork of the Wigwam.
H. L. Hayne, mad superintendent,
and J. ('. Brady, engineer, were in Elko mi business Monday.
ates of Title is requested to communicate with tlie undersigned.
DATED at the Lund Registry Office,
Nelson, B.C., this 5th day of February.
A.D., 1923.
A, W. IDIENS,
Registrar.
Dale of first publication, February
9Ul, 1023. 50
LAM) REGISTRY ACT
(SECTION 1110)
K.  MAIGAWA
Confectionery
Soft Drinks
Tobaccos, Cigars
Fruits lu Season
Van Home St., Opp. C.P.B.
P.O. Box 645.      Rooms to Rent
Montana Restaurant
Heals «t All Hours
Cigars, Cigarettes nnd Candles
Cranbrook si.    -    Phone I
Opp. Bank of Commerce
When HEPATOLA removes gall
titones In 24 lioura without pain and
ruliovos appendicitis, stomach and
liver troubles. Contains no poison.
Not Bold by druggist*.
HI18. GEO. 8. ALMAS
Sole Manufacturer
230 Fourth Ave., So., Saskatoon, teak.
Price 96.60 Phone 4866
IN  THE MATTER of Lots  1
and   2,   Block   30,   Cranbrook
City.   Map    G09-B,    Kootenay
District.
PROOF   having   been   llled   iu  my
office of the loss of Certificate of Title
No.   3418-A   to   the   above   mentioned
lands iu the name of George P. Tis-
tlale, and hearing date the 12th May,
1904, 1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of my
intention at the expiration of one calendar month from the first publication hereof! to issue to the said George
P. Tisdale a provisional Certificate of
Title iu lieu of such  lost  certificate.
Any  person  having any  information
wiih reference to such lost Certificate
of Title is requested to communicate
with the undersigned.
DATED at tlie Und Registry Office,
Nelson, B.C.. this 5th day o( February,
A.I). 1023.
A. W. IDIENS,
Registrar,
Date of lirst publication, February
0th. 1923. 50-2
'     f.    •-'HHI'llVl*
■mm
Cows
From
Home
Fields
Here in British Columbia
we are too close to the Fra-
Ber Valley to fully realize
its Important Btandlng among dairymen all over America, Cows from tlie famous
herds are eagerly bought
and sent everywhere to help
raise the siandnrd of less
fortunate districts. The
chief reason Cor Pacific
Milk's superiority is that 11
comes exclusively from the
Fraser Valley.
Pacific MiiiTCo., Ltd.
llenil Office, Vancouver, B.C.
Factories at Abbotsiord and Ladner.
Notice
TAKE NOTICE that Dong Sen and
Dong Tong have purchased the business of T. Fujiyama, known as the
Canadian Cafe, Van Home Street,
Cranbrook, and that all persons luiv-
Ing claims against the said T. Fujiyama are requested to render same
by February 25th next.
Hated nl Cranbrook, B.C., January
20th, 1023.
DONO BEN.
49-62 DONG TONG.
WATER NOTICE
The characters In the pluy were
Jack Montgomery—A young husband;
Jerry Arnold—An unsuccessful fixer";
Mr. McXutt — A defective detective;
Elmer Flannel —Awfully shrinking;
Ahotl Ben Mocha—A Turk from Turkey; Mabel Montgomery — Jack's
young wife (pity her); Virginia Brld-
ger— Her young sister; Mrs. Barring-
ton Bridget'—Their Mama, and leader
Of the Social Set; Zuleika—A lender
Turkish maiden, daughter of Abou
Mary Ann O'Fiimorty—An Irish cook
lady.
A Synopsis of The Ploy
Act i.—What happened to Zuleiku
Act  II.—A month Inter:  what  hap
pened to Jack and Jerry.
Act 111.—Three weeks later: what
happened to Mary Ann.
Those taking part iu the caste were
Mrs. Sandilands, Mrs. Arthur Taylor,
Mrs, Allison Palmer, Miss Leque, Miss
Lindinc, Miss Marlon MacKay, and
Messrs. Core, Bpuohler, Wm. Tayn-
ton. and tlie Rev. F. B. Atkinson.
It would be quite impossible to pick
out one actor as better than Hie others', us Hie very noticeable thing about the whole performance was the
evenness of the acting and the thoroughly good support given to each
other. The office of prompter was a
sinecure, as not once in the whole
of the piny did he have to prompt any
of the caste, and  this  says  a  whole
  : lot  for ii  performance by amateurs,
Mr. and Mrs. Scott visited Fernie and shows what.hard work and study
during the latter part or the week. Iwent •Into the play Uynake it lhe un-
Mr. Si'ott  was attending tl
Board.
• WINDERMERE DISTRICT •
NOTES •
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C, February 14. —
On Saturday evening the Golf Club
had a very successful moving picture
show iu the Hotel lnvermere. The
hall was crowded, even the Indians
coming In to see the pictures, which
were of the travelogue kind. The
C. P, 11. sent in films of David Thompson Memorial Pageant and "From
Pack-train to Automobile. Both theso
films were of special Interest to the
audience, as they wero all familiar
with the scenes, und the people taking
part lu thom, and the audible com
incuts added zest to the pictures, The
scene of the film "From Pnck-traln to
Automobile" Is taken from the new
Banff-Windermere auto road, nnd to
tboso who have not been over llu
•oad, it must have been an eye open
<r, as to the wonders and beauties o
tho new road. There is no doubt that
wherever Ibis film Is shown it will
cause people to plan their summer
trip to take iu these wonders, aud
create a great future In tourist travel
In the Columbia Valley.
Miss E. M. Kiltie leaves to-morrow
for a short holiday visit to Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker with Miss Kitty Walker aro also leaving for the
coast cities, Mr. and Mrs. Walker going to Victoria to visit their son, Mr.
T. Walker, who is on the staff of the
Imperial Bank there, whilst Miss Kit-
ty Walker enters the Vancouver General Hospital for her training.
Mr. W. J. Campbell of Fernie
Monday evening in town.
spent
give your digestion a "kick" with
WRIGIEYS.
Sound lecth, a good
appetite and proper
diflvs'Li'i mean MUCH
to your health.
WRIGLEY'S Is a
helper In all tnls
work - n pleasant,
bcivllclal pick-me-up.
Robt. E. Hang. A. Curd and H. Hicks
arrived ou Monday evening's train und
were busy the following morning
looking for orders.
The worst storm of the
struck Elko Sunday afternoon, and
did not abate until Monday evening.
The thermometer registered 28 degrees beb w zero and lhe wind was
travelling at the rate of approximately i>0 miles an hour.
The Married vs. Single Men hockey
game resulted in a win for Hie Married Men. with a score of S to 1, thereby winning tlie purse and the Lunu
Cup. The game was played under extenuating 'conditions, as a blizzard
was blowing at the time, but the Married .Men proved to lie too much for
tho bachelors.
THE   WEATHER   BULLETIN
Ofi'ifhil Thermometer Headings
Ai CfaribrooK
Max. Mln.
February S      2fi   —5
February ft  	
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Pension I Qualified success it was.
I From tlie standpoint of the audience
liy their remarks after the play was
season t over, tliey would not have missed it
for worlds, as they got ample repayment for their money in laughter and
thrills.
■ A word of praise ought to he given
to the clever stage carpenter who so
ably arranged the scenery, especially
iu the garden scene In tlie last act
With such a  realistic well and trees
It is two years now since the Wilmer Dramatic Society put on a play
and the large audience of last Friday
night hope that ii will not be as long
again before they put on another: Ir
fact they would willingly go to sei
this one again. The Wilmer Drama!
Ic Society fs to be congratulated alst
on tiie splendid financial proceeds
after all expenses being paid the ne
balance being given to aid the Angll
can Church In this district.
After the play the ladies of Wilmer
served refreshments, and a number
stayed for dancing.
21
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12
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5
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Hubby:   Well.  I  cured  that   boy of
ours of smoking.
Wife: How did you do it?
Hubby:   I   left   those  Christmas
gars you gave me out ou the dresser.
STORAGE
TAKE NOTICE that LeRoy H. Han-
ey, whose address Is Wardner, B.C.,
will apply for a licence for the storage
of 150 acre feet of water out of Ha Ha
Creek, also known as Lund Lake,
raise the level about 5 feet, which
flows easterly and drains into sinks
on S.L. 6 of Lot 325, about the centre
of the lot (S.L. ti).
The storage dam will be located tit
tlie natural outlet of Ha Ha Creek
from Lund Lake. The capacity of the
reservoir to be treated Is about 160
acre fee1., and it will flood about HO
acres of land. The water will be diverted from the stream at a point
about S.L. 6, see Con. L. No. 3940, and
wilt be used for irrigation purposes
upon the laud described as Parts of
S. Lots 2 and 3 of Lot 325, Kootenay
District.
The licence applied for is to supplement a right to take and use water as
per Conditional Licence No. .1940.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 25th day of January,
1923.
A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act, 1914," will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to the application may be
filed with the said Water Recorder or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,'
within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local
newspaper.
The date of the first publication of
this notice is January 26th, 1023.
UROY II. HANKY,
4*62 AfpNemal.
German Resentment Against French
Ottawa, Ont.—That the forest fires
of recent years offer the gravest menace to the Dominion's fur trade which
fs now threatened with virtual extermination, Is the gist of a report made
hy tbe Fur Trade Commissioner of the
Hudson's Bay Company to Hie Forest*
Association. The burning of forests not alone kills numbers of animals, but drives them to less accessible regions for their maintenance.
"Captain of thre
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Used
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Dr. Osier says pneumonia has taken
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coined by old John Hunyan. And in-
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us. The only reliable protection
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Mrs. J. Merson, of 171 West Street.
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them. One boy, age 3%, had a repetition of pneumonia, from which he
suffered last winter. Vicks applied In
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'What have you got on him?' I told
him, and ho said: "It is very, very
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fixed up, and I'll call to-morrow.'"'
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Though Vicks la new In Canada, it
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million jars used yearly.
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Many of our religious and charitabla
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fact speaks for itself.
The Sisters of Charity carrying on lhe
noble work of humanity, are often called
upon to minister io the bodily us well as
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these Sisters, with ilie skill and knowledge of trained Nurses, have complete
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The Met her Superior of Ella Caavant, Man.
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information ai a recommendation of your ei-
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The Arty Hunt ef It Patrick's, Ottawa.,
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This llrst aud exclusive picture BbOWi) (ienmin resentment amilnsf
Preach Invasion of Ihe Ruhr, taken hs thousunUa crowded, tbe square
around the Itisiunrck uioiiiitnetil ou Kind's Place hi Berlin Or man
police cuiilit not ctmlrol thu crowd. ..Inch wUS tiuMilttl tu ihe in.tut ot
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are nol getting Aspirin at all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer TaWels of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dnre worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe ly millions for
Colds
Toothache
Earache
Headache
Neuralgia
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manufarlur., (o eeel.t Hut puhlle aki'Ihu! ImllallmiLi. In
Mill be. eunipcd. with tkclr c.n.rul iratlo Uiarlt, Lhe
Rheumatism
Neuritis
Fain, Pain
ot 21 nml 109-Draggtati.
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"lure of Sloan.
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■ CrDS*.'' Friday, February 15,1028
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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TO-DAY -  "Kindred of the Dust"
PROGRAM FOR WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19
MOMlAY and TUESDAY
Zane Gray ■   ,9 "When Romance Rides"
Prom His Famous novel "WILDFIRE."
A Story ol llio West us only Zano Oruy can (ell ii. I'lcturlzed under Ills own supervision,
which Is u guarantee, that llio Character... on tlio Screen arc the Living — Breathing People ot
the Hook. it was uii amazing Novel, but as a Picture II will thrill you all the more. Von
will crip your seat, your heart will heal with Hie clattering teel of "Wildfire" as he races to
victory —- amaze yoursolf with your enthusiasm i a cllmai piles upon climax, building to a splendid finale.
With un cvccplloimll)   iiinin  ruined)  you lire assured In ndvom i' one real   etenlnuS   enler.
taliiiiicnl tills neck.
WEDNESDAY  &   1IHHSIIAY
"The Snow Shoe Trail" Jane Noval
mill u Supporting (lisle
Tells the Story of an exquisitely beautiful society girl — of
her search for a worthless fiance amid the frozen wastes of
the North — of her struggles
to live amid the snows — of
her love for a more worthy man
of the woods.
Added Ventures!  FOX NEWS
of Oreal Merit.
Big thrills! Big action! Big
love! Hig hate! The struggle
in nn Ice-jammed river while
the blizzard raged — the death-
grapple with a man eating bear
— the blind man's great battle
in the smoke-filled cabin! Other smashing scenes that rip
and tear at your heart and nerves.
Coiuedy, "A   HANDY  HUSBAND"
THIS   PROGRAM   IS  WORTH   LEAVING THK DISHES TILL MORNING.
FRIDAY ami SATURDAY
"The OLD HOMESTEAD"
with THEODORE ROBERTS and an all stab caste.
Added Attraction; "LET 'Kit HI/NT
COMING    ATTRACTIONS:
"ETERNAL FLAME"        HAROLD LLOYD in "DJt. TACK'
"MY WILD IRISH  ROSE"    and     "TIMBER"
COURT OF REVISION
HOLDS HEARINGS ON
ASSESSMENT FIGURES
Only One or Two Changes Made
As Itemilt Ol' Appeals Lodged Against Assessment
At a mooting uf the Court of Kevis-
toii on Friday last, February 9th, the
following cases of appeal against assessment wero hoard:
Julia Berg   Part of block 20
Hundley Estate ..   t'j and 17. block 20
Thomas Ahenrn    1 to 4, block 401
Mrs. L. M. Briggs . 19 to 20, block 312'
Bank of Montreal  .. S to 10, block 97-
W. F, Pier   l and 2, block 891
W. S. Uldlaw  7 to 9, block 86
Mrs.  C,   Earnhardt,   26,   27.   block   20
George  Stevely       block  38
j Joseph Schell ..  '-19. %20, block 310
I Dr. W. A. Fergle .... 13, 15, block 412
Q. Kumeey   22 to 25, block 19
King Lumber Company, blocks X & Y
King Lumber Company     block \
King Lumber Company   block 29
All appealed against their assessments us being too high. The assessment on lot 4. block 88 was reduced
to |800, and a recommendation was
made that the assessment on the Improvements on lota 2 and 8, block 38
be Increased to $800,
Tho aseessmout un the improvements on lots 26 and 27. block 20 was
reduced to $1,000,
On other properties the assessment
figures were maintained, some of the
appellants   being   informed   that   the
|City assessment figures were the same
as those of the Provincial Government
assessor.
There were present at the meeting
Aldermen Flowers, Cameron. Bronsdon and Jones.
It is authoritatively announced that
tho Managing Board of the Methodist
Church have abandoned the Idea of
erecting a new edifice, but Instead will
move the present church building further back on the lot, build a sixteen
foot addition, side up the building, put
on a new roof, and paint it; which
should provide a very comfortable
house of worship. The Ladles' Aid
have considerable funds in hand io
finance the effort.
—Creston Review.
THRILLS THICK AM) FAST
IN TALK OF THE NORTH
AT STAR NEXT WEEK
GREAT CAST IN
"THE OLD HOMESTEAD'
The phrase "all star" has been
much abused, but the cast of "The Old
Homestead" which comes to The Star
I Theatre next week. Friday and Sat-
, urday. may truthfully be said to be or
that calibre. Theodore Roberts, Geo.
Fawcett. T. Roy Barnes, Frltzi Rulg-
way, Harrison Ford, Kathleen O'Connor. James Mason, Ethel Wales and
list that is hard to
J:SSELXA5KY   PRESENTS
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Mcensed by Frov. Govt.)
Maternity aud Goueral  Nursing
Terms Moderate
HKS. A- CRAWFOBD,   Matron.
Garden Avenuo      -   I'houe 2R9
MONUMENTS
CAXFBSIA   *   HITCH IK
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JOHN OARD
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Phone 409 At all hours
CU A Ml HOOK     •     -     •     B.C.
mmmmmmmmkmmKsWk\s\\\Wsmmmmm^kwsm
Tons of ice-clogged water sweeping
in#   furiously   over   jagged   rocks;   a
man and a girl caught in the surging
onrush  of the river;   their skin  cut
land bruised by contact with Ice and
rocka;  their bodies numbed from the
excruciating   cold;   fighting   with   a
courage borne of desperation against
tiie   merciless  tide   that  swept  them
gradually   toward   the   brink   of
mighty  falls— that,  in   brief-—forms
nture, and finally to be:°n« oi' the stirring climaxes of "The
is home and sweetheart | Snow-Shoo Trail," Jane Novak's lat
at starring vehicle scheduled for ex
Others make
surpass.
I    The story Is familiar—how the son
of Uncle Joah Is falsely accused of
1 theft  and  goes  away  to  meet  with
stirring  nd
■ restored to
i But  there Is  far more than  that  to
the story.   There Is adventure, love, hlbttlon at Tho Star Theatre on Wed
human character In abundance, hum- nesday and Thursday.
or  that  Is rich and spontaneous and.    Beautiful, delicately charming Jane
(pathos  that is deep  and  convincing. j Novak aud rugged Roy Stewart risk
Tears and laughter abound. ed their lives repeatedly in the film
 ^.jlng   of   this   thrilling   episode   which
will be shown with crushing  realism
lurtM'' on the screen.   Once they were caught
Horses valued at more than $200,- in the swift moving currents they had
000 appear In "When Romance Rides" to trust t0 \nc^ an(j tiie grace of God
nnd two of them share in the acting they'd come out of it aliv
honors the beautiful stallion which The adventure In the rapids, during
impersonates the Wildfire of the nov- it inHhing blizzard, is but one of the
el and the doped horse, Sage Brush. U.g scenes that combine to make Miss
A Belgian police dog, Rin-tin-tin, who I Novak's latest release one of the moil
will also captivate every person who thrilling vehicles In which she has
likes dogs. ,,ver appeared.
For those who like thrill after thrill With her in the cast, besides Mr.
In their screen faro, liberally Inter-: Stewart, are such prominent players
spersed with comedy, "When Rom-;as Lloyd Whltlook, Herbert Prior,
ance Rides" will prove u feast of do-[Kate Toncray and spottiswoodo Alt*
I light. ken.
CU1QE ADAMf
CARL GAHTVOORT
JEAN UERSHOLT
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' Tho cast lu a large and capable one
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" PAGE   SIX
THK  CBArTBROOR   HERALD
Friday, February 15,1921.
PLAY and DANCE
at the
AUDITORIUM, Cranbrook
Friday March 2nd, at 8.15 p.m.
"THE TRYSTING PLACE"
Given by
THE WYCLIFFE  PLAYERS
MUSIC BY THE MELODY FIVE
Heservetl Seats     $1.10
General Admission   H"> cents
Seats on Sale at the Beattle-Nobla Drug Co.
Coca! news.
£ity Items of Interest
Insure with Iieale k Elwell.
■e + t
Ur. Carter, dentist, of Slocan, who
has been operating at Kimberley for
some liitio time past, passed through
the city this week on Ills return to
Slocan.
+■ + +
Two RooBvllle Indians killed a couple of cougars near that place last
week. Tliey had been trailing the
animals for three hours, and during
that time tho cougars had killed four
deer. Thoy wero In the act of killing
tho fourth deer when shot. Tlie largest of the pair measured 8 reel from
tip to tip.—Fernie Free Press.
+   +   +
One   Special   Six   Studebaker;   one
rivo  passenger  McLaughlin,   In   perfect condition.    A real good buy.
51 DEtfALL'S OARAGE
+ + -;
Birthday celebrations at both ends
of the continent slmltaneously were
In order nn Thursday of this week,
when Mr. J. F. Smith celebrated his
seventy-sixth birthday, and his twin
brother residing In Prince Edward Is-
land also remains hole aud hearty.
+ + +
On Wednesday afternoon a very successful tea and sale of home cooking
was held al the Presbyterian School
Room. Despite the cold day n large
number turned out. Tlie proceeds,
which amounted lo aboul J125, will
be given lo tho organ fund.
+    +   +
Own your homo!   Why not?   It can
he made easy for you by monthly Instalments.   Call on Beale k Elwell,
and learn all about It.
Good Food
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EVEX TO THE LAST
CRUMB
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BREAD
TIM'  IT! Phone  52
We repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear,  in  fact anything mude oi
rubber.—Wilson's Vitlcani/tiiK Works,
Baker struct. 3Ctf
-r   +   +
Willi another unwelcome dip in tlio
tliomometer    the    beginning of  the
week everyone took to shovelling ooal
for u pastime,     On tho coldesl nlghl
It reached the name low level us ji.st
before Christmas,    .'.7    below    efii
Sunday night a prairie blizzard de
eloped, apparently tho tail-end of
bail storm  that gripped    the    entire
west, one of the worst recorded fo
great many years.
+   +   +
L'00 pairs of Ladles' Shoes; -Ol)
pairs of .Misses' Shoe*, and ilOu pairs
of Children's Shoes, In all of the wanted sixes, going at half prices. Thla
is just one of the attractions at \V. D,
Hill's Genuine Clearance Sale now on
50tf
+    +    +
Willie  the Crows  Nest   line of t lie
i'. P. it. has been kept clear    during
tho past fow days, tie-ups on the main
line on the prairie anil on tlie Spokane International about twenty mil
es oui of Spokane have caused    the
trains here to bo delayed.     On Wed
nesday passengers for Spokane were
hold over in Cranbrook.     It Is expo
ted thai (rains will be running    c
lime by tomorrow,    The K. V. It. lu
been  kept open  so that  coasl   trait
has not been Interfered with.
+   +   +
Fifty thousand brick is tlie contract
quantity to be supplied by tlie local
brickyard for the erection nf [lie new
hotel block project ed for the corner
of Baker and Fenwlck, as mentioned
in last week's Herald. This mat
erial fs now being hauled iu and
stacked ou Hie ground.
+    +    +
There will he nn open meeting of
the Baptist Women's Mission Circle
on Thursday next, February 22nd
There will he an Interesting program
including a lantern lecture on Bolivia
+   +   +
We have In a Full Line of Winter
Rubbers, and—
Our  low  prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN'.
+    +    +
Included In the tentative program
of the Works Committee of the city
council, for which sanction will be
asked In ihe annual estimates soon
to be considered by tlie council, is a
program of road improvement which
ought to meet with general opprov
al, It is proposed to complete the
cement sidewalk on the south and
west sides of the blocks between Baker nnd Louis Streets and Armstrong
and Purlck Avenues, and possibly for
a block on Edwards Street, between
Norbury and Armstrong. A small
stretch of asphalt paving may also be
tried as an experiment.      It is pro]
d nlso to use oil on some of the
main thoroughfares of the city dining the summer months, instead of
the water cart, in an effort to mitigate
the dust nuisance.
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SACRIFICE SALE
of
Glassware & Crockery
7 piece Glass Berry Sets  11.26
!i inch Fruit Bowls, glass 50
■I inch Fruit Dishes   1.25
Plain Light Glass Tumblers, ]>er dozen   2.01)
Vinegar or Oil Bottles, each 40
ion Rockingham Teapots, ii cup size, decorated pattern, regular price $l.'jr> and $1.00 each, to be
cleared at   "5
Moffatt's Variety* Store
Vfc:
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P. Woods Meat Market
NORUl'HV   AVENUE   (Opposite Old ltlilk)
Finest Beef In the City.   •  -   Milk Fed Veal anil Pork
New Laid Eggs
L
SAUSAGES
Say! Have You Tried Them?   Many are telling us how
nice they are.   TRY THEM  YOURSELF.
PHONE 524 PHONE 5*4
Beiile & Elwell, steamship agents
lor tho best lines to Europe.
Mr. aud Mrs. A. H. McLean, of Bull
Rlvar haVa gone to the Coast for u
abort time.
Born. — On Thursday, February 15,
ut the St. Kugene Hospital, to Mr. aud
Mrs. Charles Howell, of Wardner, u
Born. — On Friday, February 9th,
at the Cottage Hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs. V. 55. Mauning, a son.
Horn. — At the St. Eugene Hospital, on Monday, February 12th, to Mr.
and Mrs. Morgan, Fort Steele, a aon.
Arthur Rogers, of Galloway, Is a
patient at the hospital this week, suffering from u strained back.
Mrs. W, F. Doran left on Tuesday of
this week for a visit to the Old Country, expecting to be nway for some little time.
Judging from reports coming from
tho bonspiei at Cranbrook, Fernie
curlers will need the assistance of a
truck or two to carry home the Jewelry. -Fertile Free Press.
A safety deposit box with Beale tt
Elwell means absolute security for a
nominal individual fee.
Born. On Tuesday, February 13,
at the Cottage Hospital, to Mr, and
Mrs. Peckonpaugh, a sou.
j. ti. Sutherland, formerly or cranbrook, un old official of tlie 0, P, it.,
in the city on u visit. Mr. Sutherland Is now witii headquarters at
Winnipeg,
Drs. A. It. Thomson, S, W. Woodley
and W. Butterwortli, of the Soldier i
Civil Re-Establlahment Board, were'
in thu city for two days this week.
Capt. Cromptou, of Creston was also
a visitor in connedflon with 'their
sittings here.
An Interesting letter from a ratepayer in connection with the park
question came to hand this week, but
loo late for Insertion In this week':
One Special  Six  Studebaker;   one
five   passenger   McLnughlln,   In   perfect (.ondltlon.    A real good buy.
51 DEZaALIVS UARAGE
A. Ashworth, accountant at the Imperial bunk, Is leaving this week for
Creston, where ho takes over relieving work for a while.
A. Jollffo will be i It duly lor a lew
days at tho P. Woods Meal Market recovering from a bad cold that has luul
more than the usual effects.
Gordon Walllnger. formerly of this
city, and now of Trail, fa home for a
visit with his purenis, Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. WalliuRer,
W. D. Hill announces a Genuine
Clearance Sale of high class merchan
illse, commencing on Saturday of this
week. The savings are real, and
should not be overlooked by tho thrifty buyer. Hill's sales are Genuine,
50tf
Friends of Miss Helen Worden will
be pleased to learn that she has pass-
j ed  with honors the Toronto Conser-
C. \V. Traves, of Grand Forks, dem-
onsrator for tlie poultry branch of the
provinical department of agriculture,
was in the clly Saturday lasl on poultry husiness.
Wo have In stock a full line of
Women's, Men's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our Block Is complete and—
Our  low   prices   win  every  time.
W. F. DORAN.
Now is the time to be thinking of
buying your home. Beale it Elwell
can help you, Why not see them
aboul   it?
The partnership lately existing between .Messrs. C. P. Macdonald and (.'.
Leask, trading as .Macdonald <t Leask,
has been dissolved, Mr. Macdonald taking over the interest of his partner.
Tho bargains in quality dry goods
it W. 1). Hill's Genuine Clearance
Sn\c should not be overlooked. The
name high quality, with 2696 to 507c
iff the usual prices. A call will convince that Hill's sales are genuine.
50 tf
The cold weather and storm have
put a temporary stop to the activities of th cougar hunters who have
been in the district. Mr. Ordish is
.it present at Kinert while Mr. Tulloch is at Bull River. They expect
io gel under way with their unusual
activities soon.
J. Stanley DIcken, son of Wm. Dick
ii ol' this city, is expected to arrive
here from Narnmata. B.C. shortly, to
'ake the duties of chief clerk in ihe
Government Olllce, to which position
ho lias been appointed, succeeding
Major A. Black, deceased.
—Fernie Free Press.
M
Monday, February 11*1 h being the
fifty-ninth anniversary of the founding of the Order of Knights of Pythias,
Orescent Lodge, No. 33, .Knights of
Pythias, of this City, is holding a roll
■all of lis members, as well as a so-
clal evening for the Immediate friends
if it* members. Programme will stnrt
tt eight o'clock, followed by a dance.
POLICE COURT (ASKS
IP IM'IMXJ PAST WEEK
BEFORE MAGISTRATE
valory's Assoclateshlp piano exnmin
iition, standing highest in a class of
eight candidates. This entitles her to
the Conservatory's diploma A. T. C. M.
The Melody Five Orchestra scored
a big success on Friday last at the
dance they put on In the Parish Hall,
Tho five musicians ore Miss Ivy Bid-
tier, Leonard Burton, Jack Ward,
thur Burtch aud James Cassidy, and
(heir music on Friday was of the kind
that called for more.
I Jus. O. Smith, who has been on the
| Herald staff since before Christmas.
i loft on Monday    to   return to West
Summei land to attend to his orchard
. there. He was favorably impressed
I with this city as a business centre,
and may be returning in tlie future
1 again.
Tiie long pending appointment of
; government agent tor Cranbrook was
jmade this week, when F A. Small
! wus named for the position. It has
i been vacant since Mr. N, A. Wallinger
I left about a year ago, and since that
I lime J. S. Alexander has been carrying on the duties as acting agent. Mr.
J Small takes over the position Immediately.
On the 1,1th, Ervlne Mertz was c-otn-
mlttod for trial on a charge of demanding with menace the sum of $-f. from
one Mike l.etik. Both parties are ream arrivals  from  Lethbrldge.
On tho lGth, Pete Paul, of Lumber-
ton was committed for trial on a serious charge, a young girl ulso being
implicated.
The case against Kooluck and Tai-
er of tho Armour poolroom, charged
with permitting gambling on their
premises, was dismissed ou the lath.
This case occupied the attention of
he court for three days, A. Graham
representing the accused, and chief
of  Police Halcrow prosecuting.    The
ic wns the result of a raid mi (he
pool room, in which a large number
f wltnes es were taken, most or th«un
belonging to a bunch of men heading
st after being ejected from Fernie.
Mr. and Mrs, Chester* Staples were
iu the city on Thursday arranging for
a repeat performance of "Thy Tryst-
Ing Place'.' hy the Wycliffe Players, to
he given at the Auditorium on the evening of Friday, March 2, followed by
u dance. Tlie play was very well re-
reived at Wycliffe last Saturday, and
will provide Craubrook with something of an unusually high order.
Another cf the Sunday evening con-
i orts that met with such a good reception ihree or four weeks ago has
J been arranged to take place this coming Sunday evening, at the Star Theatre, al the close of the church servic-
es. Tho program to be presented is
ii* anything superior to the first one
put on, with a wider variety of numbers, and it fs hoped for the sake of
dio local talent that puts itself to the
organization of these evenings that
there will bo the aamo large appreciate audience as on the previous occasion.
There was a very good crowd at the
1. O. O. F Valentine dance on Weilnes^
day, at the Auditorium, nnd the Odd-
follows' dances are getting a good
name for well planned affairs. Robinson's four piece orchestra was In
attendance, and an extra hour of music was decided upon, such a good
time tlie company seemed to be hnv
ing. The usual appetizing refresh
menis on a bountiful scale were enjoyed about midnight.
John Mill, of Creston, father of Mrs
.1. P. Sinclair, formerly of this city,
died at Creston on Wednesday, at tlie
ago of about seventy years. He suffered a stroke on Monday light, and
was unublo to keep the heat going In
his room, with tho result thnt his
feet wero badly frozen, and he woa
unconscious bofore being discovered
the following day. Rev. J. P. Sinclair was expected to arrive this week
and take churge of tho funeral arrangements. The late Mr. Mill had
visited quite frequently in Cranbrook.
The Delight of
Winter Evenings
is not nearly so keen If the
eyes are not In food condition. Sewing and fancy work
lose half their pleasre; reading and Btudylng become a
labor where otherwise they
would be a pleasure. Then
again, artificial light Is wearisome to eyes that are not lu
good condition.
Remember that Wilson's
glasses are properly fitted,
suitable In every way.
W.H.Wilson
Optician
Mrs. Flnlayeon, holder uf Senior
Certificates from tho Royal Academy
of Music, London, England, will give
lessons on pianoforte and violin at
pupils' homes.   Sub phono, 49-51
Miss Ivy Bidder of Cranbrook, who
has been visiting Miss Ruth Cor kiln
for the past week, left for Cranbrook
yesterday morning.
—Fernie Free Press.
A special meeting or the school
board was to tako placo this evening,
Friday, for the consideration of the
estimates for the coming year, and
business In connection with them.
The annual meeting of the Cranbrook Women's Liberal Association
will be held on Tuesday, February 20,
at 8 o'clock, in the rooms above Grady
&. Eye's Store. 51
New Arrivals
SOFT
TENDERS HIS RESIGNATION
SUNDAYCONCERT
BY LOCAL TALENT
STAR  THEATRE.  FEB.  18TH
at 9 p.m.
SEE PROGRAM ON THIS PAGE
(Continued from Page One)
same term of engagement   as   last
year was accepted.
In reply to Aid. Bronsdon's question as to the advisability of the city
installing verandah lights, Supt. Eakin stated that Nelson, Fernie and Medicine Hat all had trouble with the
use of free lights.
Aid. Balment suggested that more
street lights be used Instead. The
Supt. was asked to bring In a report
covering the suggested new work.
The matter of the non-payment of
Instalments due the city under the
government's housing schomo was
discussed, and it was decided to enforce all penalties In connection with
the agreements.    /
A letter from Mr. H, Hern relative
to a claim he has against the city for
losses of crop due to shortage of water, for which he holds the city responsible, was referred to the water
committee with power to act.
Aid. Balment brought up the question of the water supply for tho city,
and during the discussion It was
brought out that the city was using
more water from St. Joseph's creek
than their record called for. and the
only course open was to acquire the
right to the whole of the north fork
of Gold Creek, the water to be conducted by a flume to St. Joseph's at
a point 4 miles above the reservoir.
The water committee was Instructed
to get In touch with tho water commissioner with a view to securing the
necessary rights.
Aid. Bronsdon In speaking to his
motion regarding the investigation
of the salaries paid and the duties required m the various city employees,
stated he considered it was simply a
stranght business proposition for the
aldermen to know what was being
done, and what was expected of tbo
city employees. He pointed out the
necessity for exercising rigid economy, and that it was necessary to reduce tf possible tho heavy rate of taxation, keeping It at 46 mills or lees.
The motion led to a general discussion following which a motion was
unanimously passed th".t the council
as a whole bo a committee to consider the matter.
Alderman Cameron fathered a motion to recommend to the Police Commissioners that  the pound by-law be
GINGHAMS, PRINTS, HOMESPUNS, SILKS, WOMEN'S
SHOES, CHILDREN'S SHOES.
MEN'S SHOES, BRUSSELS
RUGS—
Those are now open for your inspection, the prices are
lower and the quality and colorings are much superior
to productions of former yearB.
We have the invoices of many other new lines that will
arrive shortly.
enforced.
Aid. Brondson gave notice that
.it tho next regular meeting he would
move that the council consider the
matter of granting inducements and
concessions to new industries to Bet-
tie In Cranbrook. nnd the adoption of
some definite policy In regard to this
matter.
The temporary loan by-law passed
Its third reading.
A letter to the council making an
offer on a Baker Street lot owned by
tlie city was laid over un:ll the co1
mittee appointed to make a valuation
on all property owned by the city had
presented a report.
City Engineer Eakin tendered h:
resignation, to take effect at tbe end
of March, lu doing so he stated that
tf occasion necessitated he would bo
pleased lo render any assistance pos
Bible. That he has been n faithful
servant of the city was evident from
the number of complimentary remarks
made with regard to his work by the
members of tho council. All expres
Bed the opinion that an endeavor
should be made to have Mr. Eakin re
consider tho matter, as It would he
particularly unfortunate for the city
to lose his services at the present
time when there wero so many things
tu be undertaken, in which his ability
and knowledge would mean so mucii.
His unfailing attention to tho city's in
torests was also referred to.
Tho mayor was deputed to interview
Mr. Eakin to seo If a reconsideration
could bo made, and after some time
bo returned with the Information thnt
Mr. Eakin might under some cirenni
stances reconsider tho matter. The
letter was therefore laid on tho tiibh
pending such  decision.
Tho meeting then adjourned.
CANADIAN
"ACIFIC
NOTICE
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO FEBRUARY 17th, 1922, FOU CONSTRUCTION OP SECTION
HOUSE AND BUNKHOUSE AT QOATPBLL, PLANS
AND SPECIFICATIONS CAN BE SEEN IN DIVISION
ENGINEER'S OFFICE.
JOHN  ROBERTSON,
Division Engineer. Canadian Pacific Railway,
6i cranbrook, b, c
Mr. F. G. NOVAK   .
TEACHER OK VIOLIN AM) BRASS INSTRUMENTS
b       Studio:   .17 Armntronu Avenue
e Telephone Building Phone 142
I
MOORE'S CAFE
THK PLACE TO EAT
If you would enjoy a good meal
Try Moore's Cafe
everything: new
cleanliness
quality, service
Only While Helii Employed
linker Street      Phono JP9
Opposite P, tlurns & Co.
WANT ADS.
SIAK   NECOftD   IIAMI   NTOHK
Vhvnr a.
We pay 'Ut- o«st iirici'- *nltig for all
tindr     >i    furniture        *    u i   mj
;lllUp      "Hill    t   niMiiue   TH,.   10   Mil    r. lll(>
■noblle.
W. W. Kllby. Auctioneer and Valuer
TO RENT—Two single rooms.   Apply
Paulson   House,   Mrs,   A.   I.eitner,
Armstrong Avenue. 61
FOR   RENT — One   room   (or   rent.
Phone in. 61
LOST.-On Wild Horse Creek recent*
ly, an Afrdule pup, black and tan,
wearing studded brass collar. Answers to name of Jerry. Finder
notify B. Koller, Cranbrook. $5.00
reward. 481 f
WANTED—We wish to purchase for
spot, cash at market price two Rood
milk cows, fresh within past thirty
days. Drown Poultry Hunrh, r.o.
BOX 703, Cranbrook. r.ltf
WANTED— Help for general house-
work. Apply Mrs. Fred W. Adolph,
Baynos Lake, B.C Ml
FOB BALE One team of horses, live
yearn old, weight S,900 lbs., and good
heavy harness.    Phone 142. 60
WANTED Compfout High BdlOOl Kir!
or woman to caro for baby after*
iiooim or evenings as desired.
Phono 18. 4!)tf
TO RENT—Three rooms. Can bo used
for housekeeping. 200 Dewar Avenue. 48tf
POR SALE—Chleketlng Grand Piano
of medium size, In art mahogany,
A striking; example of this master
builder's achievement. Magnificent *
tone. Reasonable price and terms.
Write for dMalls. Willis Piano
Stores, Ltd., Nelson, B.C.    9    47-9
FOR SALE—One Savage 303, and one
Leo Enfield rifle.   B. Weston.
WANTED TO BUY-We buy furs.   &

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