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Array THR CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME    26
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY, AlKiUST 1st, 1924
N UMBER     2 3
Elks' Dance
EVERYBODY
WELCOME
DRAWING FOR FORD CAR
Auditorium,   August 6th
MAYBE YOU HAVE THE LUCKY TICKET!
T^r:««r««     [grocery store
10 UlVe UOV." MOVES INTO NEW
Gen. Address! ««5L™»««
  I Co-Operative Takes Big Step
Official Reception Will Take!    Forward in Establishing
Place at Gov't Building, New Location
It is Decided
TO DECORATE CITY
At a meeting on Monday night called by the city council, at which rep
resentatlves from various bodies in
the city were invited, to further arrangements for the visit of the Governor-General of Canada, Baron
Byng, to the city on Thursday next,
it was decided if possible to have the
official reception take place outside
the government building. This was
thought to be a better arrangement
than having the address presented at
the station platform, where spaeo is
limited.
Major H. B. Hicks, for the G.W.
V.A., suggested that a platform be
erected near the station on which the
official reception could be held and
the address of welcome presented, if
it was decided to hold thc official
ceremony there. It was later decided
however, to get the permission of the
government agent to hold the reception at the government building, as
being a more suitable place, and if
possible to have a committee arrange
for fitting decorations.
The mayor was authorized to appoint a committee representing different organizations to proceed with j for frostproof storage, with very Jit-
these arrangements, with power to tie additional work.
add to their number. Major Hicksj
wu appointed for thc G.W.V.A. G.|
Salter for the Boy Scouts, W* R.
Grubbe for the Board of Trade, and
Alderman F. M. MacPherson for the
city council, and thc clerk was instructed to write the Women's Institute to have them name a member.
Notice will also be given declaring
a half holiday from nine o'clock on' Thursdav
If
In spite of the fact that the ulter-
ttions to the Rex Theatre building
were carried out in full view of the
passers-by on Norbury Avenue, it was
quite a revelation to most people who
went Into the store on Tuesday, when
the Co-Operative Society re-opened
in their new location, to note the
roomy quarters, und the general first
class appearance uf the place. The
new and attractive front, thc well
appointed nnd newly decoruted interior combine to give a good impression of the place, and there is no
doubt that for attractiveness, the Cooperative now stands high among the
grocery stores of the city, a factor
which counts for a great deal in that
line besides which the handiness of
the 'new location to the center of tl e
city is counted on to add its quota to
the new business which it is expected
the move will bring the concern.
The rear of the store has been cut
off to provide ample warehouse room,
and a rest room has also been put in
for the use of lady patrons, which
may also be used for directors' meetings. This will later be carpeted
und furnished and the necessary
plumbing connections put in to mako
it complete in every respect. Plenty
of basement room is also available
INDIAN AGENCY HERE
IS TRANSFERRED; NEW
OFFICIAL TAKES CHARGE
Resume of E.
Koot. Mining
  j    On Friday last hh
Annual   Report   of  Districtlu°k charge "•*'the K
Engineer Reviews Year's
Activities
Mil-]
MANY SMALL SHIPPERS
District No. 5, or the Eastern Min-
Kootenay, comprised of the Golden,
Windermere and Fort Steele Mining
Divisions, and West Kootenay.   The
Agency here, succeeding .\
Helmsing, who has been ti
I to the Indian Agency at I
; It was announced some timt
l Mr. Helmsing was being tr
jto Kamloops, but the anno
jof Mr, Small's appointment
{ made at that time, and he
charge last week.
Elks'Big Day
Is Next Week
Kiddies and Parents Invited to
Children's Day Picnic
On Wednesday
Case Closes
DEPARTMENT GIVES
OUT RESULTS OF
FINAL EXAMINATIONS! Jjjjg WggL
Good Showing Made By Both
GOOD TIME CERTAIN
the
next Wednesday
; the place— near old
' occasion—Elks' Chil-
The day --
time—.11 n.m
King mill; th
Ml*, and Mrs. Helmsing ami family Idren's Day.
headquarters offlce of the district is!left on Sunday for Kamloops, thoir      Preparations are now coming to a
furniture and household goods havingU,end for the big day the local Klks
Thoy havelhave planned for the'kiddies of Cran-
their stay j brook  for several  weeks  past    and
loval 1 nun 1 they desire it known that they want
overy kiddie in  Crnnbrook, without
any distinctions whatever, to bo there.
CASSIDY-DAVEY
quiet   wedding   took   place
morning of this week ut facllitiei
in the city of Revelstoke.
Production bet'n sent uhettd of them*
This past year marks a substantial | mudt ***** frk'mlf tJurln
increase in the production of lead and
zinc, which may be looked forward to
ms being maintained at such high level for some years to come; the principal reason being that for the first
time the Sullivan mine has had the
necessary equipment for the handling and treatment of the large tonnage it is capable of producing.
The new concentrator at Kimberley
was completed in August und is referred to elsewhere in this report. The
operation of this plant was soon reflected in an increase of lead und
zinc concentrates to be treuted at the
smelter and refineries of the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company
at Tadanac, wherein preparation had
been made in many improvements and
enlargements; while, to meet future
power plant at Bonnington Falls, on
Kootenay River, is being increased by
(10,000 horsepower.
Prcapecting
Prospecting during the last few
years seems to hold its own und some
good finds have been made, but the
Work has mostly been confined to old
locutions in the heart of the most
thoroughly prospected areas; very little having been undertaken in virgin
country  remote  from  trnnsportution
the  day  of  the  Governor-General's [the Methodist Parsonage, when Mr
During the yeur n considerable
visit till one o'clock, to permit every-'James Cassidy, son of Mr. and Mrs. '»»'°""t ff new work has been under-
one participating in the welcome toj J. H. Cassidy, Burwell Avenue, and, taken in Various parts of the district
be accorded to the distinguished vis-IMiss Nellie Davey, of this city were »"d " number of new companies have
itor [united in marriage.   The bride is the boen organized.
The loyal address of welcome to be; sister of Mrs. T. H. Bailey, formerly The Stemwimler Mining Company
presented by the mayor to the Gov- of this city and now of Kimberley. was incorporated during the year, the
ernor - General will be written by I Attending the couple at the ceremony, intention being to build u 100-ton mill
Mr. Billy Robson of the employment! which wus performed by Rev. B. C. for the treatment of the Stemwtnder
office, who is nn adept nt this work, j Freeman, were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. n™ '» tht> Fort Steele division.
War veterans are being requested1 Bailey. j     Shipments   of   exceptionally   rich
to assemble to take part in the nr-j A weddlng |unchcon wag pflrtakcn *°lA t>n' bv lefser8* from the IXL-
rangements and provide an escort, | of a£tw th(1 Berwnony al the home of J,t *?***«**> ■*&»* "P ■ !!«• exc.te-
and since it is now proposed to have| th,, gnoift*! parents following which
the party leave the station, and pro- the young couple were to leave on a|de!
ceed down to the government bull? honeymoon trip by motor up towardb, «-,.,,
ding, it would be well if the merchants Windermere and Banff. The groom ' ifpnernll>* "Peking, conditions du-
could co-operate and make a display whl) ;, with the CPR i« also one Of rin* the >'ear huvc been very satis"
of bunting nnd flags, in order to put the Melody Makers' Orchestra, and |facU,r>" to niinc operators, there being
a festive appearance on that pnrt of tht, young'coitple have many friend:
the town, in keeping with the oera- among the young people who extend
slon. to them every gootl wish.
According to the present  under-  _ 	
standing  of  the  arrangements,   the
Governor-General and his party urel:	
due to arrive nt   II  a.m. local time,, — -
and  will  remain   about   two  hours.!     Messrs. Nisbet & Graham are open
The party, after the first formal1 ing a branch office in Kimberley. The prospectors of the district
greetings are extended, will be tuken location of the office will be above the The Alpha Mines Syndicate, after
in cars to the government building, JT, Summers store, in the K.P. llnll I doing a considerable amount of work
The office will be opened on Tuesday, on the property at the head of the
' August 5th, and on each Wednesday Bobbie Burns Creek, closed down ear-
i during the month thereafter. , ly in the season.
 j    n  hns  been reported that in  all
dUWten. ( probability the Canadian Pacific Rail-
The city is procuring bunting to way will develop power for the elec-
in the city, nnd their removal from
the city is one of the contingencies
of official life thut sometimes come,
no matter how much friends regret it.
Mrs. Helmsing's musical talent had
been very freely given in support of
many worthy objects, her accompaniments being much sought after. Cran-
brook's loss in this respect is Kamloops' gain and it will probably not be
long before she has established there
an equally pronounced niche in the
musical activities of the city.
The territory and Indian population embraced in tho care of tho
Kamloops agency under Mr. Helmsing will be much larger than here,
und his move must there fare be considered in the light of a promotion.
Preparations  are  being   made   to|to tnC ',J,m,t
k after not less than twelve hun- to»chors-    Mr
deal of hard
died children, and if there ure more
than thai the Klks will be better pleased. It is a|so to be understood that
the parents tire welcome too, so that
a happy crowd is anticipated. No one
need fear to let their children attend
its every care will be taken to exercise proper supervision.
The site of the picnic is to he on,
the flat, just above the old King mill
site, where there is plenty of shade, I
and the Klks committee have been|
busy clearing the place. A number
of tents will be put up for use in,
handling the refreshments, etc., and
Public and High School
Pupils Locally
The published results of the high
school and entrance examinations «i-
veri out from Victoria Inst week-end
were received with a good deal of
satisfaction here, especially the high
school results, where out of a senior
matriculation class of thirteen, one
hundred per cent, ut' successes were
obtained, an achievement unique in
the history of the Cranbrook high
school at least for a number of years
past. Greut credit is due to Principal
H. L. Porter, it is felt, for this degree
of success, which is gratifying alike
to the parents, the trustees, und the
Porter put III a great
ork, but did not hope
io achieve quite this measure of sue-
A large entrance class will be passed up into the high school nnd ev( n
[•llnwing for those who will drop out,
with tho outside pupils whicli are expected, it is likely the first year high
school will  huve to be split  up into
Women Detained Here For
2 Months or So, To Leave
This Week for States
TRANSPORTATION SENT
Tlie case of the two women, an
aged mother and her daughter, who
weie detained here through the entanglement of officialdom's red tape
procedure, cume to a head last weekend, when the public generally seem
to have been awakened to tin- position tbe women bud been placed in,
[through the delay ot' the immigration
authorities in acting in the matter,
I The police could do nothing   further.
having taken what steps they could
ttit expedite the matter, und none nre
j more glnd to be relieved of tht responsibility for the snfekeepitig of the
two  women than the police themsel-
Mr. Small, who takes over here, is ^»»
no stranger to thc district, having UjwBfl who have been out to the place
been here in the early days, and morala&reo thnt il is admirably suited for
recently residing at the (oust, CaW the purpose.
gary  and Creston.     Since their  re-j     The children are to meet at the ci-
Mr.[t.v park at 11 o'clock on Wednesday
ned i morning.      They will be marshalled
md probably taken up to the vicin-
turn to the city some time
and Mrs. Small hnve been
by many old friends.
First Returns
From Queens
ity of tin1 station, -whet-" a flug-i-ais-
ing ceremony is to be gone through,
i-'roni there they will be taken out in
cars to tlie picnic grounds, atom-; will:
nny parents who may be going along.
First nn the program will he a picnic lunch.
On  Saturday  last  they  were  released from the jail, where they had
been detained, on representations be-
, ing mado to the provincial polka and
t '" V"!"' WfogBtoaiicas   being   prodded   for
',". '""'' i 'heir safe keeping, in rase their np-
he examination  results  onte appearance was required.    They were
'  r3J      .     .      .,*-.„ lhl'" l'h,cl'li '■- "ie care of the Salva-
407; Phyllis P, Thompson, 407; Jos-Lnce been housed.
cV|eph Dlebolt 307| Audrey »«cKow-      W  „u cami, th„ tran5porto.
302, Marion      Miles, 380, .l«sie|Uo„ „ being provided for then, by
B own Ttt   ;  Dorothy  >!.  Spence., rd.tives at Dayton, Ohio, though ef.
.IS„>; Donald R. S. Burton   in- iA- forts to t,,cc „„„„, „, „„
gar J.  Sanderson   «;   HUM   « .U»„„ Bivi,„ bv tho „,,„,„„ ^^
.Simpson,  367s Thomas  A.  Collings. ves to the police, had previously pro-
npbell. 354; Netty ved futile.   On Monday morning, G.
ilarg:„et Mclnnis,.t. Koir,  C.P.R. agent, received In-
i,,   „.„      Taylor, '  EtU', structi..ns from the district passenger
McfiUl   ,14a; Selina Dixon. 34:;; DoJ0ff»« at Calgary,   to issue first class
i'"1,, !\ ,;'rM*" Hi ''rh" C- Met" «*«!? to l)aytVn, Oh.o, with sleeper
jcalle. 841, U ilhani M. Darg.e. 345;; accommodation!'and to provide a sun,
Harriet and Jean Home. 836; Birthel  of mor.n- beajde,    0n Tut,sd   . mor.
M,
366; Hazel O. Cai
K. Johnston. 3",3;
368J  William  M.
OPEN BRANCH OFFICE
men! and resulted in work being un-
*ir  „(   several   adjoining   pro-
j perties.
Generally
| no pronounced shortage of labor
strikes and a good market for the
j predominant metals of the district.
Gold.n Mininf Division
This division had  rather  a  quiet
[season in mining activities, which
' have been confined principally to the
; operations of a few of the old time
where the civic welcome will he extended to his excellency in the form'
of an address to be presented hy the
Mayor. The Boy Scouts will act as|
a guard of honor and the Veterans
will also hav,. a prominent place in the,
proceedings.   The hand will he pres-' use
and during thc uftcrno'
l theve  wi!'  plenty doing to  keep the'i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     j children occupied.     There are to be |
"D.:*.....   V™.,"   U..   C_.l|. games of nil kinds, children's dances,
rrinceu Vimy   Has 2>maU, Sll(,,.ts aml a blll.le,que bosebaH game
Lead at First Count; Two     I between the Elks and the Rotarians.
Still to Hear From
Tlie list of sports planned on is gi-
en below:
Only two Queens had been heard
from at noon on Thursday, in connection with the Queen Contest for the
Rotary Playground Festival. Of theso
two, ''Princess Vimy." the Ci.W.V.A.
candidate was in the lead with 3,025
votes, winning the bonus of 25 votes
for the highest week-end total. Very
close behind was "Princess Royal,1*
the Western Grocer-**.' nominee, witli
2,775 votes. Returns had not been
made from the Gyros or the Elks on
behalf of their candidates, but it is
known their tickets are getting
GIRLS RACES
3 to 4 	
I to li 	
li to 8 	
S toll) 	
II) to 12 	
12 to   14 	
14 to  II! 	
1st
. .50
.. .60
.. .75
. .75
1.00.
2nd
.25
.26
.50
.50
.75
Prizes to be
decided later
3 to 4 ...
•1 to 0 ...
I! to S ...
8 to 10 ..
| 10 to 12
BOYS RACES
 50
 50
 75
 75
  1.00
.25
.25
.50
.50
.75
A. Benson, 334; Marian Z. Williams.'ning. Chief Constable M-rtimer. of
324: Willium (j. Spantc. 322; Robt.Jftv- provincial police received a mes-
J. Tayli-Y. 322; I yni V. Harrison, sage from K. K. Brand. United States
317; Colvin McBurney. .'ill; James consul at Fernie. that the women were
R. McFarlane, 3118; Allan F. Gill, 30T; to be routed by way of North Portal,
Ethel N'eilly, 300; Allan Shaw, 300; Saskatchewan, and the Soo Line, and
Graham S. Travis, 300. at Fernie would he given papers to
Promoted on Recommendation:— the immigration officers at the bor-
Pearl .11. Saunders, Catherine A. Har-Jder. It was expected they would be
rison, Marion I. Kummer, Raymond leaving this eity about Tuesday, but
H. Brown, Herbert Laurie, Elsie R. later it transpired that sleeper accom-
Erickson, Daniel S. Brake. .Margaret modation could not be provided be-
Willis, Edith M. Carlyle Dorothy E. fore Friday and it is expected they
Shaw, Elizabeth G. Miller, Fraser C. will be leaving on the evening train
MacKay, Lillian C. Lewis, John Hen- that day.
derson, Florence E. Finley. William Thus will close a case that excited
P. Wolfe, Harry F. Heise, Nancy B. a good deal of comment when the
Nisbet, Effle L. Charboneau. Pearl H. facts became known. It is unfortu-
Gooderham. Ernest J. Laurie. Leslie, nate that the two women will take
away with them an impression of official procedure that is not likely to
create within them nturh admiration
for official institutions.
exceedingly   wide
when their returns
quite possible that
step into first place.
Insulation,   undi12'" ''"  pri"s to be
are   made it isi14 tn "i   decided later
cither one  may Sack Knee open to boys from 8 to 16
| Egg & Sl'(l0n Race open to boys and
Plans in connection with the big     girls 8 to Di.
event to take place August 13 to 10|Ncedle and Thread Race open to hoys
continue to move ahead.     The first!    and girls from 8 to 16.
shipment of playground material be-1 Obstacle Race open to uH comers,
ing installed by the Rotary Cluh in
for decorating the government! trlflcatlon of their mountain section
ent to provide music suitable to the i building appropriately, and it is nn- Li Surprise rapids on the Columbia
occasion, and if it is found possible1 derstood the C.P.R. is making prepar- gome 25 miles north of Beavermouth.
a children's choir will be formed to'utiolis to decorate in the vicinty of I jf this should eventuate it should give
Anthem  and "O, the
hy the time the the
station.    The  desire  is
hav
merchants and others along Iln- j rm,,i(||ng
"jnn impetus to prospecting in the sur-
sing the  National
Canada."  Probably        	
official proceedings arc over an hourjker Street particularly, co-operate in'of claims were staked in the early
or more of the scheduled stay of the the matter of decorating, so thnt the days.
party will have been taken up, and'route of the viceregal party will take      Thp Gianl p,.opt,,.ty| compri9in(t 6
if il is thought acceptable, nn invita |on a fitting appearance to greet the|c|aimS| ,, |m,all,d at „„ elcvation o{
the park for the children is now h
and will be installed right away. It
consists of a giant stride, teeter-totters, ocean wave mid other contrivances that bring joy and excitement
High Jump    Running Broad Jump
Rotary and Elks Baneball Game
Ladies' Race       Fat Men's Race
'I'ng-of-War—Elks vs. All comers
Three Legged Race
In the evening at the Auditorium
V. Sainsbury, James M. Dalziel, John
D. Barber, Melville \V. Rearle, Mai-
colm J. Horie.
Bull River Bridge—Margare* E.
Neily, ;,i):l; William R. Douglas, 800;
Lilian M. Jones  300.
Fort Steele—Kenneth W. Jolliffe,'
363J Albeit T. Richardson, .'152; Arthur S. Nichol, 33,6.
Kimberley—Ida A. Hanington, 300.
Wnttsburg—Frances M. Trusler.,
.'{64; Marguerite E. Trusler, 305.
Wardner: Martha T. Hellman, 300.
Wycliffe — Margaret .1. McClure,
321; Dorothy .1. .McClure, 302.
High School Results
Cranbrook    high    school
tion will be extended In lhe Governor- representative of the monarch of thi
General In inspect tlie local G.W.V.A. | realm to the city.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CRANBROOK
CIVIC HALF HOLIDAY - THURSDAY AUGUST 7th
In order to afford as many as possible an opportunity
to participate in the welcome to His Excellency Baron
Byng, of Vimy, Governor-General of Canada, who is to
visit this city on Thursday morning next, August 7th,
a civic half holiday has been proclaimed on that day,
from 9 a.m. to I p.m. It is earnestly requested that this
be observed as far as possible for this purpose.
A. I BALMENT,    Mayor
to the kiddies. The ground at the^P <*"»<* takes place, and the bigj
park is now being prepared foi- this!evenl in connection with this will be
apparatus. :L"V drawing for the Ford car,    the
t    ,     The booths at the carnival are tof1*01 sale for,which ,thfl Elks havt'
country, where ^number ;b(J flrrflnged horscsh(lU >shaptli am, in l*'"n pushing vigorously of late.
the centre will be the open air danc-l **■*■■-	
ing platform, where continuous dan- Po|icc Commission Meeting Thursday
ees will be run every evening. At-j
tractions ore to be put on every evening by local organizations, and on
the Gyros' night there are to be boxing bouts, the principal event in which
will be nn exhibition between Messrs.
Broley and Gilker, two locnl boys wlm
are guaranteed to put up a good exhibition.
dett. Lawrence W. Campbell, Nora
A. Home, Dorothy C. McKowan, Alexander W. Nisbet William R. Selby,
James A. Taylor (Sup!; Gertrude
Thompson.
Private Study—completed junior
matriculation, Marguerite Clark,
Richard L. Davis, Norman S. Wasson,
Nellie V. Lewis.
A record was established  by the
' Nelson high school, when out of the
normal 4H  student*   trying  in  three  classes
entrance—Dorothy K. Leask, Geneva only one failure was recorded.     Two
C. Puffer, Myrtle E. Garden  (Sup);  classes,   the   semi-matriculation   and
Jun. Matriculation: Evelyn Ander-  the   normal   entrance  clashes  scored
ton, Idelln M. Baxter, Wiunifred Bur-   100 per cent.
31 8(880 feet above sea level and at a
distance of seven miles by wagon road
from the railway at Spllllmacheen.
Except for a little work done by leasers the property has been lying idle
for a number of years.
The Hidden Treasure property adjoins the Giant group to the east and
(Continued on Page Six)
Return From Holiday Tour
Musician Leaves For New Field
Mr. G. E. Bower, late musical dii
,, , „     » n  in i At   lector of the Cranbrook Musical Sot
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Hinton and family, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kuhnert'let*v' and Ieatler of thfl Knnx Churc
and family are among the recent tour- choir, with Mrs. Bower, left on Wet
ists from this city to make the circle nesday evening for Lethbridge, wher
tour.    They left two weeks ago nnd thcy wiU |n future ,,Hidl>| Mr u
went by  way of the Crow's Nest,'
F A meeting of the police commission
is to lie held this evening, Thursday,
and it is stated that a number of citizens will be present to enquire into
j the circumstances surrounding the
detention of the two women from the
United States, whose release was arranged for last week-end. In this
connection tlie Herald has received a
letter  from  a correspondent,   which
[only came to hand a short time before
press, nnd which for lack of
time and space cannot appear in this
stopping at Pincher Creek, where a
brother of Mr. Hinton's joined them
with his car. They struck cool and
wet wenther between Wnterton Lakes
and Banff und Lake Louise but never-
ower
having taken a position of larger
scope thero. Their daughter, Miss
Ruth Bower, who bus been visiting in
Calgary will join her parents in Lethbrldge.    Their son   who is now with
(theless had an enjoyable trip.   They {the C. P. R., has been acting at var
| returned on Wednesday evening.
| ions points ns assistant station agent, the situation.
Water Situation Continues Grave
The water situation continues to'
get more serious as the dry weather
goes on. The   water in the   res
ervoir hns now gone below the spillway, cutting off entirely the water in'
the creek below. Further curtailment of lawn nnd garden services is
considered   imminent to partly meet
BEAR IN MIND
THE EAST KOOTENAY
nu rue
MONDAY & TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER 1st and 2nd
$2,000 in Prizes
Novelty Carnival Dance, Tuesday, August 12th
lOMNSON'S FIVE PIECE ORCHESTRA *1«E   TW)
Iiiii  CUAABKOOM  hkiulb
I-ridny, August 1st, 1924
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME
■
The Otis Staples
Lumber Co., Ltd.
Yard Is Now
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
We Will Carry A
COMPLETE STOCK
LUMBER
SHINGLES
DOORS
BUILDING PAPER
ROOFING
CEMENT
BRICK
OP —
LATH ;
MOULDINGS
WINDOWS
NAILS
BUILDER'S
HARDWARE
DROP IN AND LOOK OVER OCR STOCK.    VOW
WILL FIND
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OUR LOCAL MANAGER — HE WILL BE PLBA8BD
TO SHOW YOU PLANS AND
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Mrs. Nick McKenzle and family, of
the Concentrator, motored to Moyie
on Sunday.
A number of Kimlierley people took
in the dance at Wycliffe on Friday
night.
Jack Taylor and Mr. Brady wero in
town on husiness on Friday.
A number of young folks from
Cranbrook have been selling tickets
on the streets the past week for the
different Carnival Queens—they have
been quite successful in disposing of
a number of books.
What might have proved to be a
very serious fire was started on the
hillside just back of the station on
Friday lost about five o'clock, and
but for the aid of a number of volunteers would soon have got beyond control. However, the fire was very
soon extinguished.
Llat your property with Martin
Bros. 36tt
Gus Nelson returned on Friday
from his trip to the prairie, taking In
Banff, Calgary nnd Edmonton.
Bill Aitchison und B. J. Walsh were
Cranbrook visitors over the week-end.
The Fernie team which came up to
take the measure of the locals on
Sunday afternoon got it, to the tune
of 4-3. Both teams played good ball
from start to finish. There was not
a very large attendance at the game
owing to so many other events taking place that day.
Jim Kelly was a visitor to Cranbrook on Sunday.
We are pleased to see that Miss
Winnie   Burdette  and   Miss  Geneva
Puffer were successful In passing the
normal entrance examinations.
Gedrge Smith spent Sunday at his
home in Moyie.
Before deciding on that new build-
lug or that repair work* see Geo. R.
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf
Miss Myrtle Garden was the guest
of Miss Geneva Puffer for a fow days.
Floyd Irwin wns among those who
attended   the  dance  on   Wednesday
ening, before returning to Nelson.
Mrs. Alex Home left on Monday to
join her husband at the coast for a
few weeks.
C. A. Foote and Bob Turner left
on Monday morning for a few days
holiday at Fairmont.
Mr. Tom Summers and two sons,
Lome and Tom, were in Crnnbrook on
Sunduy.
Sunday wns an ideal duy for the
Oddfellows picnic at Wasn Lake,
when thirty cars from town made the
trip. A jolly time wns spent by both
young nnd old. Bathing wns the
main attraction but in addition there
were plenty of good things to eat nnd
ut the close of the duy everyone returned home in a happy frame of
mind. A   number  of  curs  from
Cranbrook were also there.
500   Sun   Life   Policy   Holders   at
Kimberley are reminded that the company has recently added a new policy.
Your local agents. Martin Bros., of
Cranbrook, hnve specialized in the
life business for fifteen years, and
can advise you ubout this new policy
and serve you iu any other life insurance matters. 11 tf
Henry Buystrom wns u visitor in
town for u few duys.
Mr. Phillips was a business visitor
to Kimberley this week.
All those who attended the dunce
though the alarm was quickly given
by the night watchman, the flumes
could not be controlled, and the plant
i soon reduced to ashes and blackened machinery.
While the sawmill pari had not
been in use for some time, this bolng
the location of the boiler house, the
planing mill wns being operated, deriving its power from the bollorhouso.
The Ioks were being sawn at the .lew-'
ell mill situated a few miles nut of
Fort Steele, and lakeu Lo the planing
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mill at Caithness tat Finishing, and I
this lumbor in tho yai-il thoro was also being uut through tho planing mill.
The Jewell Company has also been
unfortunate in this respect beforo,
it being recalled that they suffered
a fire loss some yoars ago, losing
another plant. In tho cast.' of tho flro
at Caithness last week, tho loss is understood to be about half covered by
insurnncc carried by Cranbrook and
Fernie companies.
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Hot and Cold Water
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CRANBROOK TENNIS
PLAYERS BEAT FERNIE;
INTER-CLUB GAMES
(From the Fernie Free Press)
Under most ideal weather conditions another inter-club tennis match
was stuped during the week-end between the Fernie and Cranbroolj tennis clubs.
The result #was a decided defeat
for Fernie as the Cranbrook players
showed a great deal of skill in tne
handling of the racquet and pave
both plrjyers and spectators much
pleasure by their performance. Thc
matches were as follows:
Doubles—
C. Hunsley and A. P. Sanborn vs.
0. P, Simpson and A. Raworth. Fernie won, (1-4; 4-0; 0-4.
G, S. Appleyord ami E. Prey vs,
Dr. W, A. Fergie and 1). * MacDonald.   Fernie lost, 8-0J 0-4.
Singles—
C. Hunsley vs. G. P. Simpson. Pernie lost. 0-4; 0-1.
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KIMBERLEY'S
LEADING CAFE
FIRST  CLASS   SERVICE
OPEN   AT   ALL   HOURS
TABLES     RESERVED     FOR
LADIES
Your   Patronage   Is   Solicited
given by tho Recreation t'lub ut tho     A. B. Sanborn vs. Dr. W. A. For-
Orpheum theatre huil a good time.|gle, Fernie lpst 6-3; 4-Gj 7-5.
There was a bis crowd, quite a number having motored in from Crnnbrook and other outside points.
Don't forget the dance at the con-j
contrator Friday night, August 1
G. S. Appleynrd vs. I). A. Mc
aid. Fernie lost, ti-1; 0-8,
K. Frey vs. A. Raworth. Ferni
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PLASTERER
Lathing & Chimney Building
Kire Places
DIMOR'S
ar.    room 2
High Class Confectioners and Bakers
OCR STORE 18 NOW OPEN. FCM, STOCK OF
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES AND CHOCOLATES
— Old Country Style Pork Plea a Specialty —
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We Make and Repair Spring*.
Rebuild and Recharge Batteries.
Carry Ford Part* in Stock.
Repair All Make* of Car*.
The Service Garage
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■ T. H. SEROEANT, Mgr.
ROYAL CAFE AND ROOMS
KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
|If you wish Rooms that are Clean and Comfortable
TRY THE ROYAL
Our Cafe for Service and Excellent
Cooking   is   Unsurpassed
ICE CREAM IN SEASON    -    -      CHOCOLATES
FRUITS   -   TOBACCONISTS
Calgary.—Crop conditions in Sou*
BORN.—On TuTsday. July 20th, t..|lht''" A"'l'rtu ""' ™'f''"1- according
Mr. and Mrs Geo. Aiken, of Kimlic.-* l" ****"** mre,v"d n8re' ''"' "■ '
ley, nt the St. Eugene Hospital, Cran
brook, tt aim.
weather following on tlie recent rains
has brought the growing grain nlong
very rapidly and the outlook is considered decidedly optimistic. Lethbrldge reports that with a July rain
there is bound to be a bumper crop.,
while Cardston reports say that crops,
were never better.
Patronize 'flu*
KIMBERLEY
MEAT MARKET
Where you can get a guarantee    of   Service   and
Satisfaction
All ordera aant us are filled ai
carefully at if you were present
Orders Called For and
Delivered
Freah Home Made Sausage
Butter, Cheese, Eggs and Lard
always in stock
SWIFT'S    PREMIUM HAMS
AND BACON
Fresh Fish Thursday and Friday
Miss Sadie Whitehead, of Moyie, ia
the guest of Miss Helen Homier this
ek.
Mrs, C. Selby of Cranbrook, has
joined her husband here und they
have now taken up their residence at
the Sullivan mine. Their son, William wns one of the successful pupils
who passed in the recent high school
normal entrance exams.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Cooke of McDougall Heights ure leaving for Banff
and the Windermere country on
Thursduy.i by motor; they will be
gone about two weeks.
Sullivan Lodge, No. 35, I.O.O.F.,
Kimberley, put on a-great picnic ut
Wasa Lake on Sunday lust. The day
was a delightful one for a picnic and
the water was just right. About thirty cars left Kimberley, all crowded.
and the scene ut the beach was like
an Knglish Bank holiday. Almost every one took to the water and thor-| which supplies a large proportion of
oughly enjoyed the day. The ladles the onti-fouling paint used on ships
provided the customary feast for all, all over the world.
and  certainly   surpassed  themselves  ■■ ■— -    ■ ■ ■■ -  ■ -■■■ ■
in  supplying  everything  one  could UVWtfWYYWWWWWWYWlflA/W
wish for.
The Kimberley Amateur Athletic
Association ut their last meeting decided thai in the event of one of the
Kimberley football teams winning the
East Kootenay leugue, that the winning team shall bo sent to Nelson or
Trail to play the winners of the West
Kootenay for the Blaylock cup. This
is to bo an annual affair, the piny offs
alternating between east and west irrespective of who holds the eup. The
local Amateur Association will back
the team up to the amount of $250
for expenses for the trip.
Vancouver.—The interest of western Canadian dairy fanners in the!
shipping of dairy products through
Vancouver to the British and Oriental markets, Is evidenced by thc repent tentative anouncement of the
Saskatchewan Co-Operative Creameries, Ltd., that they are contemplating the construction of a cold storage plant in this city to handle this
class of merchandise.
Vancouver.—A plant for Lhe manufacture of a special paint and composition for use on ships is to be established in Vancouver, according to information given out by Sir William
Maxwell, of London, who is here .in
the interests of a British company
KIMBERLEY
INTERNATIONALCLUB
Now Open.
Take Advantage of The Privileges of This Club
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RIVALS TO CLASH
AOAIN ON SUNDAY
There will be a bnsebull game nt
Kimlierley on Sunduy next, nt 2.30
when Kimberley und Wycliffe will
clash again. A good crowd is hoped
for when these old rivals clash again,
nnd some classy basetell is expected.
FIRE AT JEWELL
MILL LAST WEEK
IS DISASTROUS
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
SILVERWARE
Both Table ware and flatware
has just arrived
Also a new line of
FANCY GLASS WARE
Most Appropriate  for
WEDDING GIFTS
KIMBERLEY JEWELRY
Lou at Caithness When Plant
is Destroyed Will Reach
About $30,000
The fire in the early hours of Friday morning lust, which destroyed
I the lumber mill of the Jewell Lumber
Company, ut Caithness, did damage
that will reach $30,000 It is Btated.
The origin of thn fire ia unknown,
but it started in tha boiler house anil
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NOW is your opportunity.
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is offering a very Fine As- ;
sortment   of   Papers at
Prices that should dispose
of them quickly.
Call, Phone or Write
and   take   advantage of
this  chance to decorate
your home at a reasonable cost.
OLYMPIC CAFE
NOW OPEN
First Class Meals Served at all Hours - Lunch Counter
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Special Tables for Ladies     -     White Help in Parlor
Lunch Boxes Filled - Special Prices
Clean, Comfortable Rooms in Connection
JOHN GARDl
WALL PAPER HOUSE  $
Hanson Ave., Cranbrook j
Near Kimberley Stage Office !
DAN'S TAXI
Stand:  WYCLIFFE  HOTEL
— Trips Anywhere —
— Prices Reasonable —
Spacial Trips Arranged
Cart for Hire with or Without
Driver
P. BURNS & Co., Ltd,
KIMBERLEY
Hot Weather
Makes No
Difference
OUR MEATS ARE IN PERFECT CONDITION
THE CHOICEST OF CUTS
THAT THE MARKET AFFORDS
P. BURNS & Co., Ltd. Friday, August 1st, 1924
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ADDITIONAL KIMBERLEY I
AND WYCLIFFE NEWS   I
THE DAVIS HOME MANSION IN WEST VIRGINIA
brook mi business, on Saturday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Boh Murray returned
this week from their honeymoon trip,
Mrs. Wtloher Is visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. P. Johnson for a few
weeks,
Word lias just been received of the
wedding of Mr, Archie Robertson, of
Nelson, to Miss Olive Logan. Mr,
Robertaon was formerly principal of
the public .school here. Congrntula<
tions.
Mrs. A. ('. Clark ami Mrs. T. Chris
linn were visitors at Chapman's camp
thin week.
Mr. Eld, Quirk has moved Into his
new home on Howard Street.
Mr. and Mrs. IL Kirhy returned
home on Monday evening,
Mrs. Finnis, who has heen nursing
Mrs. K. K. Jackson, returned to hor
home in Crauhrook at the first of the
week.
Mr. antl Mrs. Murphy and family
returned from their trip to HanlV.
Mrs. Murphy's father and mother accompanied thorn on the return journey.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AND SHOES
Suit Cases and Trunin
OVERALLS
Boot* and Shoes Nwtly Rapalred
SHIPMENTS OF ORE
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
Following is a statement of ore
received at the Trail Smeller for the
period July  15 to 21 inclusive.
Name of Mine and Locality       Tons
Knobhlll, Republic, Wash., 112
Lucky Thought, Silverton, B.C.,      47
Paradise, Lake Windermere B.C, .. 50
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C., (lead) 121
(zinc)    ilH
Whitewater,  Ketallaek, B.C.,   40
Company  Mines   ,   8,HOC
are now loading can for the Kootenay River Lumber Co., on the K.C.
railway near Wasa.
Sporting a Ford bug these days much
to the comfort of the joy riders them-
Mr, led ( retney ia being converted! *.
in the belief that misfortunes never!.'       ' _
come M   the time that he      Mjss Ethel Barl.( daug;htor of Mr,     Mr, rhurk>s ,..in,„
was in uanwooKwitn aire, Lretncy, tfm] Ml.Si iIniTV BoM,( ,|ift fm. SuU!„ieely from his injury received some
mered a broken leg j^ (;itV| i;tuhi aomQ few days ogo time ago, and is on deck as utility
h caught fire and. j^ V]sit relatives, and will spend the'man for the Kootenay River Comp-
j summer   months  sojourning  in the'any on Wolf Creek.
F. Houghton, an old-timer of Fort northwest
the barn
was a tot
i Steel
. town
i spending
Ha
A fine sprinkle of rain greeted the
Wasa district on Monday and cooler
weather prevails as a result.
Total .
'J.434
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
•I Curia Limited
omen, uaLTnra and refining departmbnv
WAIL,   MITI8H   COLOMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Pu-ekMtntf Soli, SIItw, Copper, LMd * Zlae Oui
PrtdBcn* at Gold, BllTtr, Copper, Pig Load aad Zlue
TADAIf AC" HARD
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWRISS & ROBERTS
Ajents (or Hard and Soft Coal.     Distribution Cars a
Spaclalty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
Telephone 63
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P .0. Box 216
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Home of John W. Davis, Democratic Presidential Nominee, at Chirks-
hnrjr, W, Va. Mr. Davis also owns a beautiful home on Long Island, hut
retains this home in Clarksburg,
few days in thej
Mr, Eddie Bickford, who has been
spending much of his time of late on
in full swing in the'the main line, has returned to Wasa —
district.   Mr. J. Crookes hits a quan- and is nt present haying for Mr. H.      There is a report current that the
tity of rye cut; the Branders are nl-JBaiT. Leask Lumber Company will rebuild
so cutting.   Taken generally the hay _ |a mi„ Qn upp(jr  Wn|f   ..^k ^
^$™-=°^ ,
ditlon in which, thero being such lit-|\vi,,,k.(.,„|, |"on "f operation- b; this company.
tie smiiw Inst winter the river did not
rise sufficiently to give tho bottom     Stuart Brock, chief accountant and!
land all ii needed In moisture. scaler for the Kootenay Uiver I.um-'
 '-♦-'  ber Co,, is spending a few daya in
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MINERAL ACT
(Torm F)
Mr. Charles Rowell is the chief
cook M Mn- Kootenay River plant.
superceding Sir, liochotte some time
.lack Moore formerly with the Loving  Lumber Co., has cast  In  his
**** |tot with the Kootenay River people,
as triiniuei man. at tho  Wolf Creek
plant.
Certificate of Improvements wwwwwftMftwwwwAw,
  J (Held over from last week)
NOTICE
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*       FORT   STEELE        51    Mr. Knight and sister, accompanied
J M-TlTrC Si ''■*' Mr. Attree, all of Fori Steele, were
J INU I CO J Sunduy visitors to Wolf Crook, th.
Mrs. Cretney, who has been canp-
——— ing at the  Springs,  had the misfor-
"Berry Fr." "Tina Fr." "Blue Pr."|tune to break her leg at the ankle,
"Law"  "Sky" "Hawes Fr."  "Crock and  was  taken   to   tho  hospital  on
Fr." "Gas" "Maggie" "White" "Bang!Sunday, where she is lining as well as
"Jiggs" "Crab"  "Dugan" "Garden"
"Bull"  "Clancy" "Lena" "Durham'
'Paris"   "V.D."   "Whizz"   "Ozone''
"Tuxi" "plage" "Dora Fr."
Mineral claims situate in the FORT [the preacher being Rev, W. T. Ta|
STEELE Mining Division of KOOTE-iscott.   It does seem a pity the poop)
guests
less.
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles llln-lc-
.Mr. Wm. McFadden, scaler fnr the
Lovering Lumber Co., at Wasa, is
contemplating a trip to Winnipeg and
the East in tin- near future.
Mr. Graf and  Mr. Ted Swanson
Mack and Jack Horie have becon
established al Wolf Creek and a
engaged in learning the lumbering i
dustl-y. Tbe boys aro quite ciithu*-
nstic in their venture,
can be expected. I 	
. ,"",,., Mr. Stewnrl .l.-iir.-v and aunt. .Mrs
A service was held In the comma- Jnmcs ,.,.„„„  ui||| -„.,. mn „„„,.„,..,
jmty chureh on Sunday evening last* | we,.n ., ,„,,(,,,. |r .1 , ,    n,   i. i   u
NAY district.
of this district nre .so apathetic when
Where located:—On Sullivan Hill, church service is concerned,
near Kimberley, B.C. \ —
TAKE NOTICE that The Consoli- R- K. Wilson, mining engineer, and
dated Mining and Smelting Company a resident of Victoria, B.C., along
of Canada, Limited.,    Free    Miner's'with A. B. Fenwlck,, left on Satur
day for Perry Creek.
I*. McGuire, mining man, of Slocan
City, was in town for a few days last
week.
Sam Brander returned home last
week.
Mr. Wragge, of Wrngge & Hamilton, barristers, of Nelson, spent a few
days in town on business, last week.
THF.  COXSOU.UTKI.   JIININ.l   & r™™  *   H»m   ™ntractors,  of
SMELTING COMPANY. OF       I   ™   ™>k' »"> '» »'»    "«* °« »•
nAXTAiM    imiTPi **»* fIumi   fm  tho   "ll(l "Ol'SO Creek
CANADA, LIMITED. L. ,, *,, •     „ >*    ,
„  „  ..   , iGold Mining Company, on Monday,
per E. G. Montgomery, Z.
Certificate No. 75894-C, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
'the above claim.
I And further take notice that action
under Section 85, must be commenced
[before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
| Dated this 23rd. duy of June, A.D.
11924.
were a motor pa
Monday lasl.
Lewis Castellano, who hns been
taking treatment in Cranbrook for
so'me time, is convalescing. He is »
employed at the Kootenny Uiver Co's §
plant. 1
Agent
18-27
Mr,  It.  Richardson was  in  Cran-
— ea i
Mr. and Mrs. L. Magrath were vis-1
Iters to Cranbrook on Sunday, to attend the funeral of the late Mr, Peter'
Jeffrey.
W. F. Georgo of tlie Kootenay Ri-j
ver plant, spent thc week-end at hi
home in Cranbrook.
dim: with rs at the i
Victoria [
Cafe
ri.EASAST surhouxdugs
il     SEHVUE  UNSURPASSED
HOME  COOKED  FOOD
Murdock Matheson, teamster, lorilj
llu- Kootenay Uiver base of operations I
after  a  period  of several  weeks  as!§ '
teamster. ^ f |   mtur THKATRE OR  DANCE
Jack McDonald returned to Wasnll       PARTIES CATEHED TO
Thirsty?
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There's nothing like an Ice
eoltl soda to make yon forget
UtfntlnMS. First aid for spring
fever Is n cold glass of snappy,
sparkliap. fresh 1: nit Juice.
Limeade, Orangeade, or lemonade.     Try ;i glass today.
And then, of course, we hnve
nil  kinds  of
DELICIOUS FRESH
CANDY
to appease yo;ir sweet tooth.
For the benefit of our many
Satisfied Customers,
we are using only
Crystal Dairy
Ice Cream
Vrem Lethbrldge.
1 nf two weeks spent  in' i
of Crttnhn.uk. 1
Phone 77
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Patricia TABS   rOPE
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Priday, August Ist, 192-4
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§ Every Item of Our Stock, no matter how small, is Selected with utmost care.    You are assured of
STYLE, QUALITY and LOWEST PRICES HERE.
RAWORTH BROS.
C. P. K. Watch Inspector    —     Next the Post Office
TWENTY   YEAKS  AGO
■Ktracts trom Ibo Cranbrook
Herald ot thla date, 1903.
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the Cranbrook herald
Last Friday n serious five destroyed the building known as the Victoria
Hotel, near the station, and opposite
Vroom & Dezall's blacksmith shop,
Damage in all amounting to $11,000
was done.
A special train of five coaches, u
freight ear nnd the superintendent's
ear, left on Monday morning with Unhappy crowd taking in the Sunday
School picnic at Wardner.
Published Every Friday
F A. WILLIAMS
R. POTTER, B. Sc.
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Advertising Hatea on Application, Changes of Copy
for Advertising should he handed lu not later than Wed.
neaday uoou to secure attention.
Communications for publication must bo accompanied
by the name of the writer, nut necessarily to appear ln
print.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1924
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
An unusual appropriateness attaches itself to
the visit of Huron Byng of Vimy, Canada's Governor-General, to the city next week, The title of his
earldom signifies what liis name is mostly connected
with in the public mind, and liis visit here falls in the
same week as.thc tenth anniversary of the outbreak
of the war that gave him the opportunity for such
distinguished service. He has had a distinguished
career in the army, and his connection witli the Canadian contingent as one of its commanders was naturally looked upon as a fitting prelude to a term
in a vice-regal capacity after the war. The choice
was looked upon as a particularly happy one for all
concerned, and tlie Governor-General has heen getting a royal welcome during the progress of his <>f-
cial tour, nol the least enthusiastic in welcoming him
being the veterans who ;i few years ago were serving under him.
Has ihe passing of a tit-cade since the smouldering fires of international illwill burst forth into flame brought nearer thc time of amity among
nations, or i^ this an unattainable ideal? If Germany
was vanquished on the field of battle, lias she not
proved mon- than a match for the allied diplomats
in tlte econiotnic conferences, and the post-war battle of notes on the reparations question? Has Germany not been able to capitalize her deflated currency in the struggle   for    revived world-wide trailer
Perhaps progress is very slow, but there has
been some attempt at disarmament among the powerful nations of the world, and there has been no
attempt to make use of the occupation of a portion j
of Germany by allied armies other than to secure the
smooth working of industrial undertakings that
were essential. Germany is now a nation in default,
in regard to reparations payment, but instead of demanding payment in full at the point of the sword,
the problem of how it shall be done is being settled
round the table.
It may be slowly, ever so slowly; but is not
the world moving towards universal peace?
Two parties of en
in the field near Fur
the line for the pn
Central Railway,
3,000 tons of di
from the St. Eugeni
in the month of July
(is are now
•ele. locating
■il Kootenay
were'shipped
mine at Moyie
By defeating Lethbridge in a series of games, the Cranbrook lacrosse
team has won the Lavasseur Cup,
and the team got a great reception on
returning here.
considered, the more unjustifiable it seems to become that the Liberal party, with scarcely nfore than
thirty per cent, of the popular vole behind it. should
he back in power, bolstered up just at the critical
juncture by the count of the absentee vote, which
awarded them four seats more. It is true that one,
that of Mackenzie, has been restored to the Conservatives, the judge deciding that the returning officer's
decision in regard to a large number of rejected
ballots was indefensible. In Vancouver thc irregularities were so pronounced that there is a plan being formulated whereby thc Conservatives and the
I'rovinical Party unite in an appeal for a new election there, which would mean the unseating of the
entire six members. With prospects that the opposition forces would be more or less united in the case
of a second election, the government is not likely
to take any steps to meet thc demand, though this
course would only add to the distrust felt of it.
One thing is certain in all the haze of rumor
and report, and that is that the riding of Cranbrook
is not going to he laid on the altar and sacrificed
to machine politics. Thc duly elected member here
is not to he allowed to efface himself in favor of
anyone else. A similar incident following the last
federal election is still fresh in mind, and what was
an outrage against public opinion then would certainly not be countenanced now, even if it were desirable for the sake of political expediency. Cranbrook is not lending itself to any saw-o(T that will
put one leader in unopposed, pairing off with some
other riding.
It is plain to see why the government's election oratory was directed so strongly against the
two opposition factions. lt was to keep alive the
feeling of distrust between them, to foster illwill.
so as to make remote the possibility of nu alliance
between them. They were successful insofar as
they were able to assume power again on account
of the split opposition vote, but the lesson is so obvious tlmt it is only a matter of time when the two
main elements in opposition, but little apart iu their
platforms, united in a common opposition to the go-lthe rracas going on, c
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Three Pillars
Of The Industry
REBEKAH OFFICERS
INSTALLED FOR NEW
HALF-YEARLY TERM
PROGRESS     OF     PROVINCE
DUE TO MAINTENANCE
OF HUGE PURCHAS
ING POWER
- New officers for tlte eustoninry
half-yearly term were duly elected by
the Rebekah Lodge, and huve been
installed into oftico. They are as
follows:
J. P. G Mrs. W. M. Patton
|N. G  Mrs. Auabel Brown
IV. G Mra. Uly Hill
li. H.     Miss Madge Keer
Vast  Developments by  Land nud
Sen Due to the Initiative
of Lumbermen
F. S  Mrs. Mary West
Treas  Mrs. H. Campbell
Cond   Mrs. Florence Pantling
Warden   Mrs. W. Hewson
R. S. N. G.        Mrs. Agnes Drew
L S. N. G.        Mrs. Annie McCallum
R. S. V. G  Mrs, C. Wolfer
L. S. V. G  Mrs. Grace Leonard
Chaplain   Mrs. Nettie Johnson
I. G  Mrs. Margaret Dalziel
0, G.   Mrs. Holmes
Organist   Miss Grncie Higgins
Degree Captain   W. S. Johnston
DISTURBANCE ON
SATURDAY NIGHT;
THREE ARRESTS MADE
vernment, and separated only in regard to a few
personalities—it will not be long before they are
brought together by force of eircuinstanc.es, a consummation least of all desired by the government
for whom it will surely spell defeat.
STILL THE AFTERMATH
The more the after effects of the election arc
NOTE AND COM MENT
As a result oi a fracas at the Mon
tana Cafe on Saturday night, three
men, of no fixed abode, found them'
selves in the bands, of the police thn
week. Mike Houlihan had been creating a nuisance in the cafe and the
police were called to quell the distur
ber. He put up some resistance, and
two friends of his upstairs, hearing
the fracas going on, came down and
ibstrm-t the
ipolice and release Ibeir friend. Constables Roberts and Johnson were
handling tin- situation, nnd with some
assistance from A. K. Leltch, who
happened to lie passing the scene of
the affray, tin- three men were lodged in jail. Houlihan was charged with
resisting arrest, and creating a disturbance in the cafe. Jim Jeffries,
who lived up in his name, wns charged
with obstructing the police in making
.,:iiIan  arrest,  und  Russell  Tierney  wus
.  jeharged with obstructing the police
[and another charge was laid against
At the Windermere Fair, it has been arranged
that on thc second day Mis Honor the Lieutenant
Governor of the Province, Hon. \V. C. Nichol
he present to officially open thc exhibition.
happens but two days before the fair is scheduled I him  for assaulting the police.
to open here.     It is possible thnt if representations j    The cases came up before Mngis.
were made the Lieutenant-Governor might be indue- (trate Leask on Wednesday, when the
ed to perform a similar office here, giving the fair
a status that would help it immensely in thc matter
of attendance and interest.
CAR HITS LITTLE ONE;
CHILD RECOVERS FROM
SATURDAY MISHAP
On Saturday, little Alice Kay,
daughter of Mr. antl Mrs. Gus Kay,
met with an accident on Armstrong
Avenue that might have resulted very
much more seriously, but which as it
was proved    quite    serious enough.
Accompanying ber mother down
town, the little one run across the
street, and being called buck, turned
to rctrucr her steps. In the meantime, Eneas Hogarth, driving carefully along, hutl seen the child run
ncross in front of him, but bud not
Been her turn to come back. One of
the fenders of tin- big Studebuker
car hit thc child in the' forehead antl
she fell to tbe ground. Kortunntely
she wus knocked clear, s<> thut the
wheels of the cur did not pass over
ber. She was taken home immedi
atcly        nnd given attention
but luter lapsed into unconsciousness, when her condition wus wutch-
ed with some anxiety. Fortunately
she uppears to have escaped with no
serious injury, and on .Mouduy had
become quite lively again.
Mrs. Edward Birce of Cranhrooti.
who has recently returned from a
j trip to Rochester. Minn., has been the
^^^^^_^^_^^^_^_^^_^^_ I gueBt of her brother-in-law and her
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ryan and Mrs, i s»Hter. Mr. and Mrs. Williun* Lnugh-
Scaro ure leaving on Thursday of this ton, Park Street, for the pa*t couple
week for Banff for a few days. On of week«' leaving for her home yes
their return Ellsworth Ryan and his terdey morning by the Crow bout,
aunt, Mrs. Scare, will be leaving for!she was accompanied   by her
Colburn, Idaho, on u holiday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clark and son
left Thursday for Lake Couchichlng,
Ontario, where Mr, Clark will attend
conferences of Y.M.C.A. secretaries
to be held in cump there. They expect tn be away about a month.
Alderman and Mrs. 0, !>. Carlyle
and family returned at the heginnlng
of the week frum Vancouver, where
they have spent an enjoyable holiday,
Mr. Carlyle being much benefitted
from the treatment for his injured
foot. He lost im time iu getting buck
into things, attending a council meeting on Monday evening, and going
back to his run on thc Kootenay Central on Thursday morning.
"By the look of these Banff skies
it ain't going to rain no more," suid
Wendall Hall, author of this famous
song, as he bnurded a Canadian Pacific train east bound last Friday,
ufter spending two days at the Banff
Springs Hotel. This wns Mr. Hall's
first visit to this summer resort and,
in fact, to thc Canadian northwest,
und in his quiet manner he expressed
T. C. Rees, of Calgary, a representative of the well known printers'
supply house of Miller & Richard,
was a business visitor in the city over
the week- end.   He was accompanied
by Mrs. Rees, nnd they were taking       	
unusual pleasure out of the trip by j his admiration for the overwhelming
touring through from Calgary.   They beauty of the Canadian Rockies.   Ac-
came by way of the Crow's Nest, andicotnpanied by his pretty auburn-hair-
Mr. Rees commented   on   the   goodjed wife, the noted song writer regis
roads found west of Coleman on thej tared ns W. Hall and wife, and while
trip, which continued all the way west Ihis songs were being played in the
practically to Yahk, but the stretch bull room he danced unidentified. Not
from there on to Cyst on was quite u single guest knew who he was until
the reverse, it wns found. Returning
to Cranbrook on Saturday, they left
later that day to return to Culgury by
way nf the  Windermere and  Bunff,
anticipating u very pleasant finale to
their long trip In going over tho new
road.
Harvey, who has been visiting here
for several weeks past. Wh'le here
Mrs, Blrce was tho honored guest at
a small tea given by her sister, Mrs.
Laughton.—Nelson News,
The chief of the city poliee was a
passenger to Nelson on Saturday lust,
escorting a prisoner who had been
sentenced by Magistrate I.cask to
three months. This wus the man
named Roach, who stole n clock ut
the Imperial Hotel. He was up he-
fore the magistrate last year for issuing bogus cheques, but had been allowed out on suspended sentence on
agreeing to go (o work und let his
wages go to make up the money he
had obtained by means of his cheques.
He had therefore to be dealt with a
little more severely ut this time.
prisoner
trial.
were committed to stand for
WINDERMERE PUPILS
GAIN STANDING IN
MUSICAL EXAMS
J, Fred Spalding, of Fernie, Tourist Commissioner for the Association
of Southern Alberta and B.C. towns
who hove been enguged in putting the
Red Trail, thc Canadian Circle Tour,
on the map through the medium of
booklets, maps and other means, wus
a visitor In the city lust Friday for a
short time. He hus jutjt returned from
a trip to the towns at the other end
of the trail, in the Waterton Lakes
section. Big developments ure likely
to take place in the Waterton Luke
Park, he states, Murk Rogers, Lethbrldge capitalist having already commenced the erection of a number of
chalets there. In an effort to popular-
_mmmm^_^^mmmmmi__ !«• the place for tourist traffic. Most
the open-top observation car, his |0f the towns in that vicinity, he states
fter his departure. As he hoarded I nre already members of the Tourist
banjo tucked under his right Witt, Association, realizing lhe value of a
he waved his left hand and said, "I steady flow nf tourist traffic to any
wish I could write a song about this," district and appreciating what the
sweeping his hand toward thc lofty Tourist Association's advertising has
snow-covered peaks ol the mountain, wcoaplwbtd toward tUa end.
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., July 20. — The
reports of the recent local examinations by the Associated Board of the
Royal Academy of Music antl the
Royal College of Music, of London,
Bngland, have just been received by
Miss Dora K. Bodecker relative to her
pupils in the Windermere district.,
Out of the number who tried, no less
than six received 100 per cent, in
marks for ear training, while little
Mary Lillian Hutterficld came neur
drawing UK) per cent, on ber full line
of subjects.
The results o.f the passing <iro ns
shown:
Primary Grade: Pianoforte] Mnry
Lillian Hutterficld, Carmen DaCusta,
and Bernlcc R. Thompson, all of Wil
n er.
Llemenlaiy    Grade S       PlaitofortO
Marvin Tunnacliffe und Phyllis I-
Larrnboc, also of Wilmer.
Lower Division: Pianoforte; IV
nioint Taylor of lnvermere nnd Frances K. Forster of Wilmer.
Grammar of Music: Susan O. Mix-
on und Esmond A. Taylor of lnvermere.
There ure three great, spending
forces in tht* British Columbia forest
industries with its purchasing power
of $100,000,000 per annum.
1. The timberholder — the pioneer
investor in tbe ruw material.
2. The Logger—   the harvester of
the timber crop. . =
0, The Manufacturer  thc builder||
up of markets.
Upon the unimpeded functioning
of these brunches depends the fair
progress of British Columbia's vital
industry. A setback to one spells
disaster to all three.
The timberholders of the province,
faced with fire and storm risks against which there is no Insurance,
have contributed over $45,000,000
to the provincial treasury during the
hist fifteen years. A world's record
in similar taxation.
The loggers spend annually large
sums ou costly equipment to keep
puce with modern science anil overcome the ever varying obstacles that
nature puts in their paths. Eight
hundred miles of private railroads,
now in actual operation, is one memorial of this energy.
The manufacturers of lumber, shin-1
gles, pulp and paper, boxes and other!
forest products are ulso forced to expend millions every year on new machinery to maintain the efficiency of |
their plants. In that way alone can I
they meet the keen world competition
und justify their product. The British Columbia lumber manufacturers
'by dint of strenuous market extension j
work, have increased thoir export
shipments twelvefold in ten years.
Their efforts huve been Indisputably
the main factor in building up the
seu ports of British Columbia.
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Fresh Prairie Eggs, 30c a doz.
30 Dozen Case -   -    $7.00
John MANNING
This series ni articles emnmiinlc*
cal ed   by   Hie Timber Industries
Council of British Columbia.
Good Progreti on Gold Creek Work
Notice of Tenders
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up
to and including August 1st, 1924, for the purchase of
the property known as the City Bakery, and situated on
Hanson Avenue, and more fully described as lots 27
and 28, Block 91, in the City of Cranbrook, B.C.
J. E. KENNEDY,
Executor nl" the Estate nf Edward Seymour.
Considerable   progress   hud   been
mnde at the first of the week on thej
Gold  Creek  water  project,   the  big
city undertaking whicli   Jus.    Broley
now has in hund.      About fifty men)
were working there, nnd some 4,(100 j|
feet of excavation had been completed.        A    steam    shovel    Is    being
brought in to udd to the equipment!
und was expected to arrive during the 11
week.
A. E. Jones
Contractor & Builder
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Plans Drawn & Estimates
Furnished
Phone 386 :: P.O. Box 192
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED
FOR
Men's Women's and
Children's Shoes
It will puy you to see
A. STRANGE
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
The   Best   und   Most   Reliable
Muki-s Always in Stuck
At Reasonable Prices
Sho.   Rip.irim   Neatly   Do
Huve the Children's Shoes runup ready for school he-
fore the j-uhIi Mill-Is
QUALITY
We
Co-Operative
SERVICE
are now doing business in our new store on  Norbury
Avenue, formerly thc Rex Theatre.   We like nur
new quarters, and you will like them
i'resli Home-made Marslunallows, toasted & plain, per lb. 50c
ARMSTRONG CELERY, 2 lbs. fur  25*
CALIFORNIA PEACHES, per Ib  15*
[ELL1ED TONGUE from Edmonton, per lb 45e
FLEISHMAN'S YEAST, Fresli Daily from Calgary
SHELLEY'S CAKES From Lethbridge
DAIRY BUTTER, Made in Cranbrook. ,i lbs. for SI.00
Si IAP t'l HI'S, per ib. 20-C-    7 lbs. for $1.00
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 100 - S oz. bars      $6.50
NEW MALAGA GRAPES
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS
We will pay 6 per cent. Interest on Share Capital to June
30th, in cash, at the store any time up to August 8th.   Interest
not claimed by that date will be credited to shareholder's share
capital, to apply on new shares.
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.}
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BOY SCOUT CAMP TO
BE HELD NEXT MONTH
PLACE NOT SETTLED
The annual Boy Scout camp 'a ill
take place this your from August IS
to 30, arrangements to this end now
being under way. The location of the
camp has not yet been finally settled
hut Premier, Wasa, and MeBuinV
Lakes aro among the locutions being considered, and definite announcement regarding this can be expected
later. A number of boys leaders are
expected In spend some time at the
camp Including Messrs. (I. Suiter, F.
Constantino, I-'. 0. Morris and others,
to provide for adociuudi- supervision.
The cost of tho outing will be »7.00
per boy.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Faith" "Hope" "Warhorsc" and
"Granite." Mineral claims situate
in the Fort Steele Mining Diviaion of
Fast Kootenay Distinct.
Where located: — On east hunk of
West Fork of Hell Roaring Creek.
TAKF NOTIC^that we, A. H.
May land, Mary Bennett nnd N. A.
Wallinger, Free Miner's Certificate
Nos. 75042, 75151), 75161, intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a,
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the ahove claims.
And further take notice that action
under Section 85, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 16th day of July, A.D.
1924. 21-29
The User
The Judge
(/       It is an old adage that the proof of the pudding
is in the eating.    So with the purchase of Can.
SALES COUNT
I he official report of the sale of Cars in the metropolitan district of New York lor the month of Ap ril
show the following cars were sold:
CHEVROLET      1.1.17
Overland    421
Star        65
Gray   . t.       21
AI.l. CARS OF THE SAME SELLING PRICE
Look the Chevrolet Over
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GARAGE mm
Friday, August    it, 1924
THE  CRANBKOOK   HKKAI.lt
PAGE FIVE
L A i\ IN I     VLQUhfcWLuNIfcijT   WE will buy votes for your favorite princess to
TK- — rENT OF 10 Per Cent. OF ALL GASOLINE AND OIL PURCHASED HERE UP UNTIL NOON, AUGUST 15th.
"WHERE SERVICE IS MORE THAN A WORD"
Premier Service
PHONE -- ONE: ONE: ONE
WRiaiYS
After Ejery Meal
It's the longest-lasting
confection you can buy
-and it's a help to digestion and a cleanser
*- ... for the mouth
ft and teeth.
1 _ Wrigley'* mean*
benefit as wellaa
pleasure.
The Fernie baseball team visiting
at Wycliffe and Kimberley last Sunday, divided the honors in the two
gamea. They lost the first game to
the redoubtable Kimberley nine 4-3,
but got the better of the Wycliffe
nine in the second game by fi-2.
The East Kootenay Powor Co. has
pul nn a large number of men af Klko
during the past, couple of weeks and
arti rushing work on the completion
f Ibeir big dam.—Fornlo Froo I'ress.
For service on N'ash and Star carsIMr. .Mitt fr
see their agents, Ratcliffe 4 Stewart, (Crnik ia n v
opposite Post Offlce, Cranbrook, B.C.   of tin* 00s
20tf'time wand,
There were over 200 applicants t
fill 2 vacant positions on the Greet
wood teaching staff.
Provincial Constable 11. Martin arrived in Nelson Wednesday night
from   Alice   Arm,  Atlin   district,   en
Apply thc liniment every few
hours to throat and chest,
t;ari<Ie with Millard's in warm
water.
Splendid for Bronchitis
and Asthma. ,.
4|J['M^!
mmsrazi
We ear. y a full Hue ol Mens Worn-
ons anil Mlssea' SluH't
W. F. DOHAN.
Onr low prlties win (ivory lime.
Ono might think tlmt the local
Board nf Trade might take soma action toward bringing about nn adjustment oi tho labor troubles in this
fiimp. Thoro are hundreds nf men
in Pernio who arc wilting and anxious
to return lo work if some equitable
arrangement could be arrived at with
the Coal Company. —Pornie Free
Preps.
THK    DRESSMAKING
S H O P P E I 9   A R M -
STRONG      AVENUE.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Collins returned the end of last week from a holiday of two or three weeks at Vancouver, Their holiday was marred
somewhat by their being participants
in an auto accident, when a big B.C'.
E,R' bus, in which they were riding,
collided at Edmonds with a car, from
the effects of which a woman in the
smaller car later died.
Prospects are bright for nn early
settlement of thc coal miners' strike
in the ('rows Nest Pass und Alberta.
Hon. James Murdock, minister of labor is oxpectea to arrive there within
the next ten day.-, or two weeks, and
will meet a delegation of officers
from District 18, U.M.W. of A., and
from the Western Coal Operators'
j Association, in an endeavor to reach
some sort of an agreement. In all
probability the meeting will be held
In Calgary on August 8, and if successful the miners will start woi !•; on
August 16.
Por expert workmanship in charg
ing aud overhauling batteries, Phone
Service Oarage, No. 34.    We call for; i
route to Kimberley, tn the Cranbrook'    d de|,ver battnrieH. ltf
police district, having been transfer-1 _
.    i ,i             xi i ■       vt ' two weeks
red there.—Nelson News. * * ■■-■■* *— -i :....:...
.Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. Pocock were
passengers   on   the   westbound   train      A
on Saturday, on their way to Pontic- gone up the T
and Vancouver for a ooliday of [Paradise, und
FLYRADS
DIRECTIONS     /
tiY-AND/
A recent raid by i tu-
lice on the district km,
■ so.
provincial po-
vii in thc ver-l Death canto quietly to the
nacular us "Hill 00" resulted in cm- Thomas Prentice, manager of the
•sideruhle fines being tnk.-n In from Crow's Nest Trading Company, early
!the- women concerned, (tin- fine ofj°» Sunday morning, when Mrs. Pron-
f if ty dollars was Imposed on the prin-|tice passed peacefully into the great
ipa! offender and her two assoct- beyond after o lingering illness.   The
h. funeral, which took place from Christ.*!'""'
I Church on Tuesday, was one of the    '""
'*"«' °*Ilargest over held In the cify and the'*"16"
lo the long distance tourist cars th« Fermont Hot Springs property,j floral tributes wore so numerous that
I which hnve heen noted on thc streets!""" I"-™* interested in the Phoenix jt „,„s „eceMary e„ ,„0yUe u special "'""•' °°9in
recently must be addetl others from j "lininK m$mh >MtW otl'er things inLRt for t|leil. (.0„vpy„m.,.    The sym-  l'"'vail'11 '
New York State, Maine, and Ontario, |the Windermere district, when nn hiS||rathv „,- thc, enyr(J ;.„mun*tv gocs „llt w«"
to Tom, little Billy anil other sorrow- """"
Ingrelatives in their sad bereavement.',     '
—Fernie Free Press I*"1*
FOB SAI.K — International Cream
I Separator, in good condition, $30.
Uui-ber Chair, $3G. Apply D. Westoa,
I Daker Street, Cranbrook. 9
G. K. Johnson", city auditor, of Ker-
inie, was in thc city last week-end fori'"1'* **** -""''d M'
'a short time on business. j ff_ R-      ^    ^
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-in* cimii.,.,1 -.*    / I^SPeMEa
Swans,-,,   und1 *    /      ^i???'
Best nf all Ply Killer:
per Packel al all Druggists,
Grocers ttnd General Stores
while another was seen on Thursday j wa>' fr,»" England recently to this
of tills week front far away Hawaii I district, was taken ill while al tt'in-
which would seem to indicate that the|"'I"-'R. and returned to England with- j
ocean Is no bar to tourists who are set
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Fall Line of Wall Paper
In Slock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phona 40b at all boars
CRANBKOOK     -     .     -     B.C,
on seeing this part of the continent.
Several auto caravans have also been
seen, veritable houses on wheels,
whore something more than ordinary
car comfort is aimed at.
Have tliat car overhauled as soon
as possible before the rush starts.
Far more satisfactory In every respect.   See tbe Kootenny Garage.
1
The Elks in large numbers visited
the Boy Scout camp ut McBain's M'0 stroke.
Lake on Sunday, and on Wednesday
the Rotary Club and a large number
of citizens paid tho boys a visit nnd
guvi-Uiem a fine treat. There are
over seventy boys in the camp and the
work of keeping things moving Is
taxing the efforts of Scoutmaster
j Donaldson and his assistants to the
limit. However, the boys are doing
fine.- -Fernie Free Press.
out coming further west.
Special Prices on Now Batteries at! CALGARY    Y ' BOYS
Service Garage. Phone "ii. Ufj
Tho legal profession of British Co-1
lumbia lost ono of its most respected
and popular members in  the death
of Frank James Stacpool, K.C, registrar general of titles under the provincial government, who passed a way | ther for camping
last week at the Royal Jubilee Hos-jof   the   Y.M.C.A.
pital,  Victoria, succumbing to cere-|Btrlke camp and take the express auto-
bral hemorrhage,  following a para- tomobilo back to their homos in Cal-
I gary,    The time hns beon one long
delight to most of thoso young people.
Many of them havo never boforo been
CLOSING ENJOYABLE
WINDERMERE CAMP
(Special  to  thu  lleruld)
lnvermere,  B.C., July  2(1.—After
two weeks (if the most perfect wea-
the visiting hoys
arc   preparing  to
Our low prices win every tlmt.
men's ami Children'* Rubbers,
W. F. DORAN.
We carry a rull lino of Men's Wo-
The provincial police are commencing a drive npninst automobile drivers operating their cars recklessly
or while under the influence of liquor. A party from Lumberton roeent-
xperience
I If you are figuring on New Tire. y .f°Un<! ,.t ?ui'V C0,S"5 . ,
tor your car this spring It will pay "bhove mittk!" "'".fw 'limks, "hUe
!you to call oa Wilson's Vulcanizing l!'k""f u f, \'Ai\U '" "'l'"'-';"'<«»'■
j Works and get prices. We sell gaso. t,,t' I'1™"™1 l"'"«' •>'""■ *"«*■ '"><•'
line, oil, accessories and Second Hand Ima"  was st'"te"«"1  l" *■"••  '•' '<*•■
'Tires anil Tubes.
M
SHOE REPAIRINO
■ SKE
JIIKK Kl ZMEXKO
CBAXBJtOOK 8THFET
f Ifttt  to  Moll-lit',
days for driving a car while intoxicated; another was fined ten dollars
i Robert Potter, of the lleruld, is!for allowing a drunken man tn drive
this week enjoying a holiday, the first his auto; still another was lined ten
NEW PYTHIAN
OFFICERS INSTALLED
FOR PRESENT TERM
era   foi   ( reseenl  Lodge,
as, No. 38, were in-
he beginning of the new
:■ rm ns follows:
11.  Ku miner
J.  McDonald
P. H. Briggs
. J. L, Walker
E. A. Hill
I S. H. 1.. Harrison
W, Starrett
J. Meuller
right within the heart of the greal
Canadian Rockies for any length of
time,    in   this  particular  part  the
valley i.s wider than is frequently the
case aud the mountains, though beautiful are yet not. of the gigantic am
rocky typo soon elsewhere. Here, the;
aro beautifully moulded as may beI Reg. T. Rose
said aud are such as lend themselves Y.M.C.A.Boy*
more easy of ascent than if thoy tow-[holds the titli
ered above tho timber line.   Away in Roy H. Begg
tlte tlistanco may bo soon those whose the Calgary
rocky heights tower to over ten thou- director.
sand feet and they are there in mini-' The boys in attendance were: AUi-
bers. Then in tho Lake Windermere!son Thomas, Beichmer Poyntz. D.-n
district, for a boys camp such as this White, Tom Petley, John Jamieson,
there opens a boundless number of Ken McCallum.    George McFarlane,
respite  from  his work  for close  on'dollars   for  driving   to   the
two years.   On Friday last. Mr. and! danger, and two others w
common route;
re   fined spots,
Mrs. Thomas Frazzell and son arrived! fifty dollars each for being drunk in
J by car from Seattle on a visit with an automobile. The police aro em-
Mr. and Mis. Potter, the latter beingiphatie In stating that oases of this
a sister of Mr. Frazzell.    Thoy left'kind will be severely dealt with, and
(the following morning for Banff and j also cases of reckless or careless dri-
, Lake  Louise,  returning on  Monday ving.   A case of infringement of tho
evening,   and   left   on   Tuesday   forjrules  of  the  road   was  reported  byjof their camp; thoy have searched fo
Spokane and Seattle.    Mr. and Mrs.! a   constable    from    the    Kimberley!arrowheads and Indian relics on th1
for shurt hikes to interesting Barr
spots   but   little   kitown^   Uul Perc
Easton, Bill Peters, Ralph Hav.
Heselton, John Rounce, Stan.
which abound in historical Iii teres I Conquest, Tom Bewick, George Brad-
wrapped up in tho early doings of j ley, Theodora Fisher. Les Sheraton,
this mining division. JCecil  Wray, George Koutledgo, Jim
The boys have climbed Mount McDougall, Frank Thompson, Jack
Swansea, which towers nearly threelHutton, Don Little, Owen Conquest,
thousand foot above them at tlie back and Frank Glover, cook.
One nf the features of *he c**mp
is a visit by Mr. Leonard A. Wide,
otto
will also proceed on to Van-[road and resulted in the driver heing1 sand  dunes  in  the   vicinity  of thcjcitywfde
. returning   some   time   next I fined $1.00 and costs, amounting toj camp, they havo gone fishing, they [of Nottii
v.;
eek by train.
about ¥12.00.
Free Kerlpe Rook -Write
Borden («„ Ltd., Ynncourer
British Columbia Prospers by
Her Industries
GREGORY
TIRES
are Manufactured in B.C.
THEY ARE GOOD
—OOOD MM  VOUR C\M
—(ii)OI> FOR B.C.
—OOOD FOR CRANBROOK
Rvcrj  Dollar Spenl on Gregory
I hes Helps in Keep n B.C.
Factory kmminx
— SEE IS MM —
REI I Mil i: INFORMATION On
Balloon & Semi-Balloon Tires
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WORKS
Cranbrook      -     B.C.
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Manic
STl'DHI: BAKER ST, CRANBROOK
Phono 295 P.O. Box   762
ROBINSON S ORCHESTHADANCES ARRANGED FOB
i
Win-it In CRANBROOK »toii at
Mount Baker Hotel
CniivL'tili'iiily Situated.      Most Modern Hotel In the District.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS AND SHOWER,
HOT AND COLD   WATER IN EVERY ROOM
BATHS FROM $1.00 UP.
Phone 92        - - - p. o. Box 265
•:••:-:-:•%•■* ***** ****************************************
More Miles       1
Per Gallon
"YOUR GASOLINE GOES FARTHER" - Thi.
is what satisfied users tell us concerning
Texaco Gasoline
No better advertising could be possible than (or users
to become convinced that TEXACO
DOES GO FARTHER
TRY IT FOR YOURSELF
TEXACO GASOLINE can be obtained from
DEZALL'S GARAGE
SUTHERLAND'S GARAGE
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
Service Garage, Kimberley
EngUnd,
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NDERMERE
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have taken canoe trips an,) day in ami; in  th
day out, whenever they were allowed j ilumigration.
by camp director Heir. T. Rose, they
have individually and collectively had
a swim in the warm waters of \\ in-
dermere Lake   or   paddle alone: the
sand beach at their tent doors.
The site  of the camp  was  most
admirably chosen.   It is on a Held of
some  dimensions  which  borders
the eastern shore of Lak»-  Win.  .
mere.    With a gentle slope the field (Special to the Herald)
comes toward the water's edge until1 Amongst the visitors to Lake Win-
it loses itself beneath the waters of dennen-  dlstrlcl   who  have  come   in I
thc luke and passes on in that formi1^' "otomobile  to  pay a visit here!
into deep water. A crystal stream are -Mr- 0won, manager of the Fernie
lemerges from the low woods a tittle!branch of the Imperial Bank of Can-,
(off from the camp proper and flares ada> "h" v™ accompanied by Mrs
lout nnd loses itself in the porous 0we" il1"1 children! Mi. Byron lla,--
Iground udjaecnt. Further hark are """' "r fe""'- "ho along with Mr. J.
!the sand dunes and dry flats, which Murray Gibbon hud been spending
i possibly centuries before were occu-i-*0"11, l'""' '" th« adjacent mountains.
I pied by Indians whose progeny left Mr- (;il'1""1 -» 'he chief of thc pub-j
I here before white men entered butl,,citSr departtaent of the C.P.R., Mon-
iwho have left behind many evidences tri'"'- "'"' '' making his annual tour
-of occupation in the way of Keek- through this part, taking a particular
, Willie riniis. camp fire deposits, chip- interest in the first pow-wow of the |
I pel stone from the manufacture of:Trail l!"!,'!' "'  ""' Canadian Rock-!
implements and an occasional arrow- ,(-'s-
hoad.    Two miles from their camp is
1 the old-time village of Winderme
lying on its beautiful site fucine o
: on to the lake,    Here is the famous
, stolen church which zealous und ,1c-
i voltt worshippers removed from i),,i
(let
"'•j Kncla
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•H-f++-»-l-H-+++++++++
Logging Equipment For Sale
Several Teams Heavy Horses and Harness.
One Extra Heavy Lopging Truck.
Ten Sets Logging Sleighs.
Logging and Boom Chains
Logging Bunks with Patent Railway Car Stake Pockets
Five Ton White Truck,
Cooking Utensils, Steel Beds, Mattresses  and   Blankets  and
other equipment generally used in Logging operations
Apply: - LOVERING LUMBER COMPANY, Limited
WASA .     BRITISH COLUMBIA
ral Sr. I.. Hornby, <.f Surrey,
1, who haa large holdings l»>;fi
hero and in the Lethbridge country
arrived   by   automobile from Cranbrook <>n Saturday evening.    He U
., ,  , .accompanied  bj   Mn,  Hornby,  The
the end In view of further development, it \i moro thnn likely he will I
take up his rosldence here until tho
i i>   .      i   i    ,■ t. .1  -PontaK ,,r spring.
pl.ton  Memorial Post and the C.P.H, —
bungalow camp, j    Mra. A- E, Fiaher, who for a num-
cioKP by them is "Edenhowe,' the ber of weeka hai beon a patient In the
estate of Captain Donald Adams, of St.  Rugene  Hospital  tit Cranbrook j
the Imperial forces in India, of which hits come home to convalesce.
Across the lake some three miles on
the opposite shore is the settlement of
lnvermere, with its shops and attractions, not forgetting the David Thorn-
Restaurant For Sale
On the Main Business Street of the Village of
lnvermere. It equipped and in operation. Opening
for the right type of man.   For particulars write to
Basil G. Hamilton,
INVERMERE,  B.C.
FRAME'S
I BREAD - PIES •- CAKE j
and PASTRY
PHONE 87
AND HE WILL CALL
The Home Bakery
J NORBURY AVENUE
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WSIS of
LIND /iCT AMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant unreaerred, surveyed
Crown ■>-.'..-, :. .- pre-empted !■*»>
BritUh I - ;■ - ts oror II yearn of a**
and by aliens on d'-Llatlng Intention
to become Jij;t*J!h -subjects, cendi*
tionai u,'' ■- resldi ru t, occupation,
aiid Improvement for mni uituri»i
purposes.
Full Informal loo concerning regU'
lationi rvgardlng pre-emptions l»
g::■'•:.  .!.):. :    i..,i,.i  .Series
"How i" Pre-empt L*nd," copies ol
which 'A:-. I.- obtained free of oharfi
bj addr ting he LNtpurltneut ot
Lands. Victoria h •'. oi to »r.> Gov-
"i nment AgenL
Records wi" be (tranied coverlni
only land tollable .'or sgiicultural
purposes, ami whicb Js not timber*
land, I.'.-., carrying over &.000 board
feel per acre treat of the Coast Rangf
and 1,006 te»i pel acre seal of thai
Raimt.
Applications for pre-emptions an
•■• L'j addressed !*m th" Land '!om-
mlsslonei '-ft!.-: Lend Recording Division, in which tha land apyl.oJ foi
it; situated, ani ar« nude on printed
forma copies of whuh can t.e obtained from the i.&iid Commissioner
I*re-*rii[jiiun>i inuot he Oct upled foi
five yean and Improvements madt
to value of $10 per acre, unjudiiii
clearing and cultivating at \n%\ tivi
acres.  Defers a  Crown  fJiant  can   ht
received
For mora deulied Inf-jrmation mm
nm bulletin "iitw i.u pr* etnpt
Land."
PUhCHASE 9
Applications art received fur pur-
eh 1 ,!■   f>;   vacant   and   ,-■.•.!-.-rv»e
''■own   litiidn,   }, ,i   L.. ■ ,       i.(   ■   i»ii4
for atiiruimrat purposes; minimum
prloe of flrst-Olaas <aiah>«) lai.d It II
p«r acie, Hnd swcond'Closs <K>ail'ig)
:and 12.60 pei acre Further li.fi«r
nmtion regarding purchai« or imxat
Of Crown lands Is given In Bullttlo
No. 10, u ■ -I Berfee, "Purohase and
Lease of Crown Lands"
Mill, fact-try, or Industrial iitas op
timber 1.1 nd, not exceeding *0 acres,
may bS purchased or leased, the oon*
dlllons      Including       payment       ol
stumpage
HOMESITE   LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, not exceed!.^ S(
acres, may be leased an homealtea
conditional upo-i a dnellinK being
erected In the first year, ml« being
obtalnnh o after residence and Improvement ..*;.■:'. .*. are fulfilled
and land haa  been surveyed.
LEAStS
For freeing and   industrial    pur-
poias areas not exceeding 640 acrei
may bo teased   hy  on* panon or S
company.
GRAZINQ
I'nder the Grazing Act th« Prov*
InOS In divided Into gtnilrg district*
and the tn\, ■ sdmlnlstsrSd under s
Qratlng      Pommlsstonsr,      Atmu.il
grazitiK  permits are  issued  bused  un
numbers ranged, priority •><-u.n given
to entahiisiiid owners, Btoidt-owners
may form associations for rang*
management Free. 01 partially frea
permits ar* available   for    setUetf
ri.Tr>n*,~*i    -■>-,*    fetx*"*'*,     ijp    id   ■  j PAGE    SIX
TBI CBATOBOOK HBEAI*
Friday, August Ist, 1924
BKffiodlit glnirclrY b ° fbees
SUNDAY, AUGUST 3
11 a.m. - MORNING SERVICE.
Rev. C, H. Huestis, D.D., Western Secretary of the
Lord's Day Alliance will preach,
12.15  SUNDAY SCHOOL
7.30 p.m.—EVENING SERVICE.
United Service in the Presbyterian Church
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
I RESUME 01- EAST
KOOTENAY MINING
rUtit'BSSIONAX CARDS
I
li II. W . A. F E K Q I K I
IIBHTIST
i:.ini|ilii-ll-MaaiilDK Block i
Phone II.    Office Boom S
• to \i, I to i p.m.  Bata. »to 1. {
W. R. ROSS, K.C.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
209  ROGERS   BUILDING
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Dm. (iri'iii & MacKinnon
I'lijsleliinsand Surgeons
Office  At   residence,  ArniBtrong
rtW»
OFKICJB HOURS
Atternoona    2.00 to -1.00
KTmlnsa   7.80 to 8.30
Sundays   800 to -100
CRANBROOK, B.C.
3Sapttfit Cijurrh
PASTOR W. T. TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY, AUGUST 3
Rev. W. B. HAYNES
11 a.m.—'
Morning Service
"A   DAY   IN   A   PROPHET'S
LIFE"
12 noon. — Sunday Scliool.
Bible Classes tor Mod & Women
7.30 p.m.—'
Evening Service
United Service in the Preiby-
terian Church) Rev. Charles
Hueatla,   D*D.,   will  preach.
VOU   A HI*;   CORDIALLY
INVITK1).
lilt. K. B. MIXES
I KNTIST
OWIOB HOUB8
I to 11 » m.     1 to I pm.
HinaoL Blk , CRAKBHOOK, B.C.
F. Jt. Jl A C P H E R 8 0 S
In lerUVer
i-'ione K0
Nnrliur]  A><'., mt to t'ltj Hull
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I HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH J
I IS THE PLACE TO EAT. f
• Whllo Help Only is Riniilojoil. $
II Vc.n »ill Und tills t'ni'c a Homo; J
J.     Pluco In Enjoy Vour Meals I
~ I ALEX. HURRY    -   Prop. J
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I.01H1UH VSB BOOtRTUS
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
AliO DYERS
Every Ganoont aent to ua lo ba
Cleaned or Dyed la given
Out Utmost Care.
Our Im :m I dig a ot the bualueaa
la your afianrHnue of satisfaction
bore    plione, and we will clII,
or brln* uu your work.
Wa Cloan and Vye Everything.
pno.Mi m
WIMF-VS INSTITUTE
HeeU   In   the
K.  ol  P.  Hali
afternoon of the
JCrmi-if ri Orat Tueaduy at
lyrfflSfV)     • .»•■•
TPPHWJ*    Allladlaaml
^V' eordtally Invited J..VJV.A.W.V.V...V<V.V...VJV,
freildenl:   Mrs.  W.  ff.  Wolfer   ,j, ^ j.
giCOreuurart    Mrs.   Hnlaysoo     5 ,_».,. $
Fresh Milk     \\
d
I. O.O.F.
KEV ITH LODGE, Ho. «
H-Mtl every
"T'lllonday night at
J>' MTo* Auditorium
Sojou.-iiiii-s ii 1 Fallows are oor-
dtally Invited.
N. (I.      - -     -      A. Burtch
H.c. Mn.   II. O. Dingley. P.O.
fimnMiiiff'1 ;*'''!*  .niMCiQ.Jiiii'.u.Ni'*.;	
CLUB  CAFE
fnder
m:\v management
Pliiie him  heen thoroughly
overbuuh I and cleaned
HHST IM1A88MEAI1S
Special)
111(11' SI t.. and K00MJBS
!-; ,        AMI)   ^ £
|| Whipping Cream :•
£ GUARANTEED I'll Willi' ■:
If imiom; 104 J
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Milk and Cream
DIRECT FB0M
Big Butte Dairy Farm
F1IONK  10
('MOANING HIIESSINO
— REJPAIUING —
(Continued from Pace One)
wus first prospected uh early as 18il5,
At tin elevation of :i,800 feet n large
open cut some four feet high und 30
I feet deep tuurks the early attempts
j:tt mining a surface exposure of cop-
j per carbonates, from which, it in re
j ported, some twenty tons of good
grade ore wus shown.
Windermere Mining Division
; In tiiu Windermere there has been
jitlioui tlu> usual amount of activity
among tho prospects, but no start-
ling  new developments  have  tuken
The Pnrndise Mine, the old standby, which keeps the district on the
j map, as iar us production is concern-
| cal, has luitl it good year und its out-
tut   compares   very   favorably   with
littt of "titer years.   This years work
■.insisted of 12;t feet of drifting, 157
Ifeot of sinking,  1U8 feet of raising
and  1438 feet of stuping.   The ton*
jinge shipped to Trail totals 1,057 ton:
of  silver-lead ore.
i Work wits also done at the Nettle
M., mi Toby Creek, where the old
workings were cleaned out and timbered,
Phoenix Group:—lt is reported thut
R. tt. Gallop, un old timer in the district, has interested W. H. Holland
Fairmont Springs, in the development
j of liis property, known as the Phoe-
[n)x Group, ut the head of Gallop, or
Smith fork of Horaethtef Creek.
.1. P, Farnhum, of New York, spent
a few weeks on the properties of the
Ptarmigan Mines at the head of McDonald Creek, where he made a very
thorough investigation, after having
hud the ice cleaned out of the tun
nels und the old open cuts dug out.
Whether tins will result in any fur
ther work being undertaken is not
known.
Across liorsethief Creek, not fur
from the 15 mile post, .1. McCullough
nnd Larabee Bros, have been working on a low grade lead-zinc deposit.
11 is reported thut they have built a
short length of road to the property
and nre now building u cabin near
their workings.
Tbe White Cat Group, owned by J.
C, Pitts, of lnvermere, consists of 4
Crown-granted claims—namely, the
Ground Floor, Heavenly Twins No.l
Heavenly Twins No. 2, and the White
<:tt. It is situated on Slade Creek
about twenty four miles from the
railway. Tiie location is an old one,
and like many others in this district,
has been lying idle for a number of
years; its inaccessibility during the
period of development no doubt wus
a discouraging factor.
The installation of u light tram
, will be necessary to transport the ore
; from the workings to the trail in the
creek bottom, some 000 feet below.
It is understood that the property has
been bonded to an Alberta company
and thui work will be resumed next
yeur as soon as weather conditions
Will permit.
Relief Group—This group, com.
prising the Relief No. 1 and the Relief No. 2, is owned by Malcolm Mc-
Ciitik, of lnvermere, und is situated
oil the southerly slope of Slade mountain, extending to the summit of the
divide between Slade und law Creeks.
From the base of the mountain the
distance from the railway is approximately 23 miles. From the creek
vnlloy, tbe trail to the workings leads
up a steep und rugged mountain side
far above the timber line, und ends
0OU feet below the tunnel in which
work is being done.
Tlie elevation of this tunnel is
9,350 feet above sea level. In 1017
it carload of ore wns extruded from
tlie outcrop at a short distance above
tht! tunnel. This ore, consisting of
lead carbonates und galena, wus lowered a sack at a time to the end of
the trail, but owing to heavy trans
pollution costs, very little profit was
made. W. K. and M. MacNeil, who
were working the property under the
DAY A; M.iHT SKUVHI. |     You Will Make No Mistake
A1.PKK1) SKTO, Prop. in Ordering that
nm: e 165 [{ m:w spring suit
«r*r.i;;ii-n-v.;j i.,':-.    Mffil-IIiiE..:!-jCj^^j <*1»' OVEBCOAT
—_ — From —
RfltattUfthD't 1    t Pk«« 114
Geo. R. Leask
I'inw.i '. buh.dir
l XII   I   -1TUCTOB
Cehlnrl Work,   Ftotire Fraeiln*
Ketlrnai' I glvea em
«ll oil'    a ol work
Offlrn Conn t H-Mbory Avenue
and IWnMll Street
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vim Hiirnii Stroet
Opposite a P. K. Depot
Phone (Hi  ::  Phono IIS
luaiC
Hiii~,i*: *.....
Sainsbury& Ryan I pacific mm
I ASA
IM'II.DI BS AND
contactors       $ BEVERAGE       fM%
*•■ ^. **
BhIImUM ' I'-ao ex& Work
bnj  .otrnd
T«l»|ilio!ii - Ml Md MS
CHilXIUIOOK     •     B.C. I
Montana Restaurant
VvmU t;  ill Hoiri
WrwM, Ctfin   et ■■* CftidlM
(>»pli»«a.h     Ml,
Tmmw Ml
Pacific Milk Is used In place
of tea ui- coffee by a gentleman
in Vancouver. Boiling water,
in which a gonerous quantity of
Pacific Mllh i. poured and bwoo-
tened to taste, mnkei a bever-
ngo he : 'V ho ii*-' continually
wiih Bntisfuctlon,
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
llf-ml  Uflicv, ViinroiiTfr,  IM'.
hM-t»rle» ■! Abb«Uloi4 *n<« Lmimtt.
terms of a lease, hoped to develop
enough ore to warrant the erection
of a light tram to the end of their
rawhide trail. According to recent
reports the development did not come
up to expectations and they abandoned the property.
The Isaac Mine is heing operated
liy the lnvermere Mines, Limited, under the management of J. J. Cough-
Inn, Jr. Six men were employed by the
company and it is intended to continue operations until the weather
gets too severe, probably toward the
end of Docember. Work will then
be discontinued till the spring (when
the danger from slides is over), und
the ore will be raw-hided and hauled
when there is sufficient snow ou the
troll and the roads. Thirty tons of
oro wus shipped.
.Steele Group—This group wus not
operated during tlie yeur owing to
luck of capital to curry on the development work, Shipments totalling
221 tons were made.
Fort  Steele   Mining Diviaion
The immense concentrator ut Kimberley, huvlng a rated capacity of
8,000 tons per duy, und built by the
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co,
of Canada, was completed during August. This is probably one of the
Finest plants of its kind on the continent. Its design embodies the lat-
est approved methods of fine grinding und treatment by the Mineral
Separation and oil flotation process.
The buildings, made of steel and re-
inCorccd concrete , are of excellent
proportions throughout, allowing easy
access to ull the various types of
equipment for inspection und repair,
ns well us room for additions where
such ure most likely to tw needed.
The concentration of Un complu
lead-zinc ore of the Sullivan mine
has occupied the attention of the company's metallurgists for a number of
years and the installation of this plant
was not undertaken until the results
of experimental work allowed full
anticipation of all details in connection with its design that would give
the best separation und recovery of
the metals at the least possible cost,
The satisfactory operation of the
plant since power was first turned on
fully demonstrates the wisdom of thiB
policy.
When the plant was visited early
in November, 1928, two thousand tons
u day was being milled, which yielded
approximately 250 tons of leud concentrates, averaging oa to 7U per
cent, lead, und ;U>U tons of zinc con-
centrates, averaging 411 to 44 per
cent. zinc.
A metallic content of leud and zinc
of 21 per cent, is aimed ut for mill
feed.
Owing to u slight shortage of power the full thirty-six tables were not
being used. This power shortage is
only temporary und will be remedied
us soon us the power plant at Elko,
now under course of construction,
completed,
A camp-site for the men employed
at the mill has been estblished on the
flat at the base of the hill and within a convenient distance. Here substantial houses are being erected for
the higher officials and good nccom
modation is afforded for the married
and single men.
Many improvements huve been
made since last yeur, including the
completion of the bunkhouses and
cottages at the lower camp, where
the married and single employees of
the company are provided with the
usual comforts and conveniences of
modern times. Near the tunnel, the
bins are of pleasing proportions and
und ut once significant of the immense flow of ore that is necessury
to satisfy the new concentrator.
For some distance in from the portal, the tunnel known as the No.UUUO-
foot level hus heen lined with concrete. Concrete posts replace the
timber und steel I beams the caps,
New mine tracks have been laid with
45 lb. steel, the guuge being 30 inches,
Storage battery locomotives are used
in development tunnels, while electric motors are used on the main
haulage ways.
The .VJU0-fo..t level is now into
the hill for a distance of 11,000 feet.
Development of the north ore body is
being proceeded with and preparations are well under way for mining
this immense ore body on a commensurate scale. Its length has not yet
been determined by underground workings, but sufficient work has been
done to demonstrate the existence of
an immense tonnage between the
-'I'jOO-foot level and the upper workings; between these the distance on
the dip of the vein is about 1500 feet,
iu which length the vein swells
width of 170 feet. The ore deposit
along this part of the vein consists
llvan are -about 4,600 feet above sea
level, and as the Sullivan vein strikes
about north and south the two deposits may be closely related, although
this has so far not been established by
the development.
The property has had an interesting history, having first been opened
up as early as 1895 by the North Star
Mining Company, who are the present owners. At this time the ore
body is said to have consisted of a
deposit of galena lying in a basin almost at the surface, and is described
as one of the largest and most compact bodies of galena ever found in
the province. After this ore was
mined out, exploratory work failed
to prove its continuity or to locate
new ore bodies, and in 1904 the mine
was reported to be worked out. However, subsequent operations revealed
the presence of large tonnages of
good grade carbonate ore around the
edges of the old stupes und overlying the galena ore body. Considerable
tonnages of this ot*e were mined over
a period of four or five yeurs and a
large bulk of it is said to have carried over 22 per cent, lead and 15
oz. of silver to the ton. After the
property had been lying idle for a
number of years it was taken over
under the terms of a lease by O. C.
Thompson and associates in 1918 aud
from this time till 1920 over 16,000
tons of lead-carbonate ore was shipped from the dumps and shallow surface diggings. The property is equipped with a Halliday-aerial tram which
is in good running order. It is proposed to work the property in conjunction with the Stemwinder should
the contemplated concentrator at the
latter property be installed.
The Aurora mine is situated on
the west shore of Moyie Lake at a
point almost opposite the St. Eugene
mine. The property comprises a
group of five claims and is owned by
1. B. Sanborn, of Portland, Oregon,
and associates. It is situated at a
distance of about two miles from Aid-
ridge, on the Canadian Pacific Railway.
A limited amount of drifting done
from the bottom of the shaft discloses pockets of ore but no continuous
body of ore of any appreciable dimensions.
A winze sunk from the upper workings connects with a drift on this
vein, run from the end of a 20 foot
crosscut from the main vein.
Since the Guindon group was vis*
Hed in 11)17 work has been confined
to a lower tunnel driven into the hill
from a point near the lake shore for
a distance of four hundred feet in u
westerly direction. About four tons
of ore shipped from this part of the
workings yielded average values of
sliver, 7 oz. to the ton; leud 23 per
cent.; zinc, 9 per cent. This level is
connected with un upper level by nn
80 foot shaft.
V. Guindon, of Moyie, who is one
of the principal owners of the property, worked in the St. Eugene for
other placer ground hns beon acquired by the Wild Horse Creekk Mining
Company, in whicli Commander PUcher und others are associated. The
big ditch taking water from a point
higher up on the main creek, is being
overhauled und a new flume built,
which work was being done in a substantial and workmanlike manner. Besides this, camp buildings are being
erected nnd everything put in shape
for next season's hydraulic operations. During previous years the
scarcity of water lias always been a
serious handicap, hut no danger of
any serious water shortage is anticipated as soon as the new source of
supply for tlie monitors is available.
Every precaution is being taken by
the company to ensure tho success of
the enterprise and if the values and
yardage coino up to expectations, the
Wildhorse will again boCOino a scene
of placer-mining activity ovor au extended period.
On Perry Creek, A. .1. Paltnqulsl
hutl a small crew of men working during the season. It is understood that
he intends to put in a dam above Onfalls,  hut   what  progress     bus     been
made in this direction is not known.
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Summer Asthma
Will spoil your summer und make
your company distressing to your
friends unless you get relief.
Get u box of RAZ-MAH today.
Most people feel better from the
first dose. Your druggist will refund your money if a dollar box
does not bring relief. Absolutely harmless. Generous sample for
•le in stumps. Tenipletott's, Toronto.
RAZ-MAH "
For  Sale by
Cranbrook Drug & Itook Co.
many years and his knowledge of the
of a massive body of iron, lead, and large ore bodies that existed ut this
zinc sulphides. A long crosscut is latter mine has been an incentive to 8uit to hunt the ci
now being driven due west in the,explore thc ground on the opposite
foot-wall side; from this, tunnels par-j side of the lake in the hope of find-
allel to the strike of the vein and ing a repetition of conditions. So far
about three hundred feet apart will!he has been unsuccessful but deser-
be driven. Prom these tunnels ore ves a large amount of credit for the
chutes will be driven at an angle of amount of work he has personally actio degrees, or normal to the dip of complished.
the evin. On the sill-floor medium-' The Railway Mine Group compri-
cal shovellers will be employed to loud ses five claims, situated near the wattle ore into the cars. Higher up in goii road about five miles south of
the slope the ore will be loaded into Moyie. The finding of iron stained
chutes by means of drag scrapers,; material carrying traces of silver,
which are now being employed in oth- lead and zinc, and lying under the
parts of the mine. In order to i detritus from the quartzite bluffs
support the roof of the stope, which forming the crest of the ridge led to
dips ut nn angle of about 23 degrees!prospecting in an endeavor to find
to the east, pillars 100 feet square its source of origin. As the covering
will be left ut regular intervals. {of detritus consisted of large angular
(Special to The Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., July 26.—Among
others who attended the first powwow of the Trail Hitlers of tlie Canadian Rockies, who went from this
part to the cump, were Mrs. Walter
Nixon, the well known Guide and
Miss Madelalne Turner who often
officiates in that capacity. Huth have
done thousands of miles on horseback
over the trails of tlie Rocky Mountains, and both are back, each wearing the gold badge of the new association. They made the trip irom here
and buck with saddle horses and packs
an expedition whicb kept them riding
for at least five days each way.
Nature has a peculiar way of balancing things which is till her own.
during last summer and through the
winter an epidemic swept through the
district destroying the domestic cut,
and there was hardly a household but
what mourned the loss of a domestic
pet. This year the compensations
and the disadvantages are apparent
in the predominating increase in
squirrels, gophers and mice. These
are the disadvantages, but on the
other hand, the trees and bushes surrounding the homes are full of birds
nesting and bringing forth tlieir offspring in peace und safety. A similar
•consequence is reported from tho
western prairies. There the coyotes
roamed in numbers anil the Jack
bit und the birds were kept tlow
them, A time cume when by rt
of the high price paid for his pelt
the bounty, it was a profitable
or mil Ihe Board will bo dissolved.
(In Ihe evening of Ihe 2nd of August, the ratepayers of the Athalmer
and the lnvermere school districts,
will assemble lo make the final consummation of the union of the two
school districts into the status of it
consolidated school district. At present, each district, ami they both horde]', lias iis own school and its Individual teacher, lt is hoped under the
suggested arrangement to erect a two
roomed school in some central place
antl huve (lie combined attendance
placed under the direction of two
leiichers In tho ono building.
It is reported that .lack Davey,
well known camp cook in south-east
Kootenay, and late restaurant keeper here, died recently at his new
home in Siinunerland, B.C.
^^GilLU/nG
Aspirin
Say "Bayer Aspirin"
INSIST! Unless you see the
"Bayer Cross" on tablets you
are not getting the genuine
Bayer Aspirin proved safe by
millions and prescribed by physicians for 24 years.
o £n *+■ AcceP* °n*ya
^jCIf Or     |j;lver package
which contains proven directions
Handy "Bayer" lio-xea (if 12 tableta
.Ms., bottles ol 21 uml Hill—Druugiata
A.plrlri is iiu- Imi. mark ir.,i.i.r.j In
Cauail.) of llayer m.iiuih*.-iuiv ut Hium-
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111).
L. D. Cafe
(Little Duvwpert)
When you wlah something good
to sat go to the "L.D."
At the present time about 1200 tons
u day ure being mined from the 3000
foot level und some 800 tons from the
upper workings. All told about 600
men ure employed ut the mine and
0 ut the concentrator.
The Stemwinder property, which is
situated on Mark Creek at a distance
of ubout half a mile westerly from
the Sullivan tunnel, wu originally
owned by Sir Donald Mann and Sir
William Mackenzie, deceased. It is
understood that the property hus now
Ueen acquired by the Stemwinder
Mining Company, Limited, recently
incorporated and that mining and
milling operations will bo conducted
under thc management of O. C.
Thompson of Kimberley.
The workings ure principally confined to u small area of ground in
the creek bottom und consist of several tunnels driven Into the hill in a
southerly direction at u short distance
above the creek level, also a seventy
foot shuft sunk near the creek. These
workings disclose the presence of a
highly mineralized zone consisting
principally of iron sulphides, with
which are associated values in silver,
lead and zinc.
To further explore the lateral and
vertical extent of the ore, diamond
drill holes were put down in recent
yeurs by tbe Federal Mining & Smelting Company, who had an option on
the property. This work, together
with the underground development,
gives evidence that there Is a large
tonnage of probable ore, which runs
sufficiently high in silver, lead and
zinc to yield u good margin of profit
If concentratde.
It Is understood that arrangements
huve been completed for the erection
of u 100-ton concentrator next spring.
The North Star property is situ-
utetl on the south side of Mark Creek
ut a point almost due south of and
opposite to the Sullivan mine. The
elevation of Uie wovktan la 2M0 ft
while Uu uppoi woifcUfa ot tt* Sal
fragments of quartzite and increased
in depth as the work advanced, progress was slow and laborious.     The
This has re
.suited in thc cutting down of theli
number und the consequent increase
in the juek rabbit family.
The boys I'tom the roarln' camp
those from the Y.M.C.A.. who Coi ;
couple of weeks have made Hrown"?
Bay be joyful, have gone back ti
their homes in the city, returning on
Saturday per express truck over tlu
Bantl'-Windermere road. There wen
some twenty-three in the number nn :
in spite of had omens they mo tl)
say they will he coming niotind again
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt,
Maternity and Qauera't Nurelng
Terms Moderate
MUS. A. (It.OUCrfl),  Natr*i.
Qhrrimi Avenue      -   Phone SU
Let those who believe in omens
mark this. The last meeting ef thu
Windermere District Board of Trade
was its Thirteenth Annual; il was
called for L3 o'clock on the thirteenth
of the month.   The record shows that
muled. Result:
notice of motion culling for the discussion us to whether tlie Board
should dissolve. There's luck in odd
numbers in some cases but in this
one it looks us though it might turn
out to be n twenty-three.
Commander Arnold Sand well's
pleasure passenger currying launch
was christened the Helen It on Saturday. Mrs. William Wier was the
sponsor, nud bloke u bottle ol' real
champagne ucross her bows. The,
workmanship in her building ami the
ingenious manner in whicli ibe machinery from a Pord louring cur hns]
been converted into the power plant
for this lake going craft roflocia con-i
sldernble credit on her owner, who
was also her builder.
work done during the summer con- thirteen members resj
slated of the driving of several open-
cuts, which showed a layer of iron-
stained dirt lying immediately under
the broken quartzite and on top of
a compact glacial wash. Samples of
the dirt at the side of the open-cut
gave the following values, silver 1 oz.,
to the ton; lead 0.4 per cent, zinc,
0.5 per cent.
The Copper Belt Group, comprising a group of three claims, namely,
Tillicum, Rob Roy, and Copper Belt,
is controlled by W. S. Santo, of ('ranbrook. The claims arc situated on
0-Mile Hill, lying between the Cranbrook - Fort Steele road and the railway; hence excellent transportation
facilities ure available. The strata
in the immediate vicinity of the
workings are freely exposed in a
bluff above tho tunnel.
-Among other activities in this Division the following may be mentioned: J. Angus wus engaged during the
season in doing further exploratory
work on a silver-lead prospect situated on Heltroaring Creek. The Evans Brothers are reported to have
done further work on their copper
property, known as the Evnns Group,
on Whiteflsh Creek. Dewey Brothers continued development work at
the Mystery Group un Alki Creek,
which is also u copper property. J. F.
Huchcroft directed further work on
the Park group, near Marysville,
from which 14 tons of silver-lead ore
was shipped. At the Homestake, on
Perry Creek, the workings were cleaned out and further exploratory work
was done under the direction of N.
A. Wallinger of Cranbrook. D. Mcintosh Ib reported to have a small
crew working at the Brenda Group,
on Copper Creek near Skookumchuck.
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5| Van Horne St. Opp. C.P. Depot.
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Word lui;; just bOOll I'OCQlvod Inim
Mr. M. J. Lorraine, of Allmmbrn, Cal
iforniu, Hint his book, ontltloil "Tin-1
Ciilnmliiii unvolloil." will bo offoroil |
for sulo ubuut tlu- iniililli- nl &optctii-Mj0( dj |»\u,y
bor at tho prlco of $8.50.   Mr. Lor-
mine, It may bo mniomln-i-ed, bought
lumber at Wnrilnor in tho onrly summer of 11121, built himself u  Hi fool
dinghy at ('mini Flut, left Hull plai
CANADIAN
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I'u NoIhoii, Vancouver,
Bpoknno eii-. Arrive 12.10 p.m. leavo
12.20 p.m.
Ml. lis IIAII.V   To Pernio, l.ctlitirld»o,
Meillolno nm,   Calgary, etc.   Arrlvo
in June of that year by himself, mill 41° I1 ■"■ Um« 4-2° P*m-
navigated the whole of the Columbia ™"~~
river to its mouth, arriving nt Aatnr. Cranbrook, tVjrcllHt, Ktinlwrloj 8«»
ia nt the mouth of tho "Groat River fl-WI
of the West" some time In November Nn. BSIt— Leave 7.05 a.m. So. §44—Ar-
of that year. Mr. Lorraine
distinction of being tlie om
only person who mado the c
trip all the way by water
fourteen hundred miles of
lumbiu river from eourco to
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s thn
• nn
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rlvo 1.10 p.m.
Crnnbrook, l.nke Wiudermere and
Uoldeu Service
Monday uml Thursday, each week
■No, 821, feave 9 a.m.      Wednesday
and Saturday—No,.823 arrlvo 11.lit) p.m.
On the evonlng <>r Snturdfiy, the Paolfto Time
sixth of August, tlio membprs of tho ■ ■ ——»
Windermere District Board of Trade   Fnr further purtlculurs apply to any
which   has been   in existence   ovrrt cket agent.
Ob WUfUwra* Cteek lk» property thirteen yeara, will utweiuhle to dis- J. R. PROCTOR,
•I %tm ttsafcli Mia lag CaaSjMg aad- caaa a- aetice ot motion aa to whether      DMrlet Pnaarngir I get UaHMj Priday, Aukks
THE CBArTUOOl nuu
• AGE sever
revent Forest Fires - It
tlu* "drop on tht' prison warden hut
declines to take unfair advantage
| Tho warden, realizing the good deed,
gives Blackie his parole and Mary and
he are later united and go the straight
DO YOUR WORK A I
NKiHTV THEN SEE THIS
PICTURE AT THK STAR
is exp'
li im in
the
disrobe
. Poo
with
idea, hi
ns  her   to   the
:atea thnt she
nud  pose  for
Valerie is al-
hame  at  the
lies her scruples after u desperate struggle. Neville engages her ns his regular model
and their mutual liking soon ripens
Into love. Neville's sister, Lily, hears
of her brother's infatuation for hislstudio. While he
model. Thinking that he may disgrace comes to keep her
the family name, she calls on Valerie
and declares that it' she persists in
her affair with Neville she will ruin
his life. Valerie promises thut she will
not marry him.
Weeks Ko by and  Valerie  persist-.
and In
face with
from the lodge oi
slurm, ami arrives
Neville homestead. They take
the doctor assures tlu-i
3 Valerie Is unharmed phy
hns undoubtedly stiff
vere nervous nml mental shod
adds that lie has just been treat1 nj
Cordemon whose Pace bears welts
which might have como from a whij
similar to that which he has just taken from Valerie's clenched hand.
The next morning the room occupied by Valerie is found vacant, an.
Neville searches everywhere itn- Ijol
but weeks pass and he is unable to ub
tain the slightest clue as to her whereabouts. On the night of June first|
Neville's father culls on him in h
is there Valerl
mrgairt. Mr. Nt
Men who are prone to work it lot
at night should be interested in the
picture "Through the Mark" to be
seen at the Star Theatre Monday and
Tuesday next, for it shows how th
best of intentions are liable to be
misunderstood,
Irene Short is the young wife of an
ambitious architect who believes
gang planning I working at night.   The wife, persua-1 Lumberton Club was held last W
lest he be'ded by another married couple who nesday evening.    Cards were played
gilt."
and Marj
ackie at the home ol
eelng the woman hi
background, Blackle't
away   and   he   agail
ways of the gang easiest
hearing tin
and   iii
the bars again, hits uponlfind their amusement in  the cafes,iduring the early part of the evening,
u  force  hint  to give  up goes out with them, accompanied by prizes being awarded to the following:
j Davies,  a  wealthy  man  about town.! Mrs. J. A.Jones and Mrs. G, S. Smith
in China- Davies tolls the wife he is chairman ladies' first and consolation respects she, like her father, °' il committee which is to pick the! lively and Messrs. E. Wood and and
d in her veins. 'architect  for  a   wonderful  museum. W\ Griffiths taking the same relative
| Mary plans a fake robbery Blac-r)U^nff' '^° 'lt'*1) 'ier nuSDand t0 Ket Positions for the men. A delightful
kie becomes infuriated al her in ten- t'1',s °PP°'ntment the wife continues] lunch was served by the committee in
! tions to become involved in the work- ner mnocent friendship. j charge which was followed by danc-
:s of the gang ami at the lust mo-      * publication begins to hint of the ing until midnight.    The social com-
nt he refuses to go through with il,lail' Detween tnt' wife and Davies.|mittee has made plans for a hard time
y and decides to give up
hing one that measur-
*
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ul Nordgren  J
When You
the
In the
td turne
.rid life for
eantime
stool  pig-
ne
It prints a story. which will take place this Wednesday
Both the husband and the brother:evening.
f the punjr I °* t*16 £T***1 are infuriated.   Separately "**
id dlsclo3eii 'nev Proceea" to Davies" apartment,
.to the police the whereabouts of liluc-
kie.    The
| through a clever coup,
ville assures her that the family
welcome  her  us  his  son's  wife
begs her to forgive their former .
tude.   He closes the door behind
ns Neville takes Valerie into his ji:
in her avc
Year's Ev
Neville, v
Valerie s
throwing i
Unco 11:
marry liin
tnise   to   1'
urges her
lance of Neville. On New
she joins a gay party and
o is there also, discovers
tiding nu a banquet table,
ses at the crowd. He starts
to leave the restaurant, but Valerie
deserts her companions, follows him
from the room and insists on accompanying to his studio.
ire Neville asks Valerie to
but remembering her pro-
i sister, she refuses, lie
o become his wife, and ehe
declares that she will do so under thc
antly declines
'THE GUILTY ONE" SHOWS
HOW HARD IT IS TO
REFORM A CROOK
Mrs. (J. Smith aud Miss Miiliugton
Police find Davies murdered.   The!0' Cranbrook  spent last Wednesday
house is surrounded a,,",,;'-ther is captured running excitedly ^ternoon and evening at the home -
Blackie get.J,1"m tne house while it is proved the
j husband   was  also  with  Davies  who
; appeared much agitated upon his ar-
[rival.    Both ure enmeshed in a net
of circumstantial evidence.  Who is
the guilty one?
The pair are taken into custody,
nnd an examination brings out the
individual story of every one concerned. At the critical moment Irene
tells a suppositions story thut can be
reconciled to the stories of the others
—it ends with a dramatic accusation
ami forces a confession.
He
to accept such a sacrifice from 'hot
How hard it is to
associates of a shady
very pointedly In "1
which will lie seen
Wednesday and Tl
week, as the mld-WC
Well did Mother
Btand the temptatlo
about San Francisco,
band who found it
alio 11*8, landed in jai
She brought up
ak away from I
ture is shown'
Guilty One,"
the   Star   on
Mr. und Mrs. O. N. Jacobson.
Mrs. L, T. Dwelley and daughters,
Phyllis and Constance, left for Vancouver ou Monday of this week,
where they will visit with Mrs. Dwelley'* mother. Mr. Dwelley accompanied them us far us Nelson, returning
on Tuesday's train.
kvgs^tt
but when he realizes that she will not  in ignorance of the kind of a life lur,
come to him in any other way, he re-; father bad led. Bending her to school
CUlLTy
luctnntly com
first  as the
come to him.
Neville visil
tlful country
persuade   the
, anil she sets June
on   whicli  she   will
• family in his beail<
B| and endeavors t.»
i  welcome   Valerie
later
from   which she
ns an undesirable becausi
cently aided iu the escape
Blackie, a clever crook.
This accidental   meeting  gri
16vc and a promise bj   Blackie
dismissed
site inno-
it Bosl
I:
//
JOSEPH HENABERY
PRODUCT!   ON
0 <i.mmowil Qltfiut
Star.  Monday and  Tuesday
Au interesting bull game was held
Ln the Lumberton diumond last Sunduy uftemoon when the Vies and the
Yahk team met. The game resulted
in a win for the Vies by a score of
7-8, The game was attended by a
good crowd of Lumberton people as
well as a large contingent of rooters
from both Yahk and Cranbrok.
Misses Gene and Kathleu Downey
of this town left for Nelson on Monday of this week where they will be
The Old Nutts nnd the Hard Nutts I employed.
! of   the   Lumberton   Sawdust   League; ""
fought out one of the league games Andy r"™te»»en. who » ^^
!on lasl Tuesday evening, the find[ed in the power house, m confined t->
score being 18-8 in favor of the 01d;hls home th,s week owln* to tt sU*nt
i Nutts. und it was some game. Sev- i,lne"' Pat thinks il is due to tnt'
feral changes had been made in the s,J'«"»°u8 **>"* Andy played on nrst
!lineup and some good playing resul-i°ne dny last week"
, ted.   Paul was on third ufter his very;    m.    ■     .    ,   *T h .
i ..     , ■      The Lumberton bull team journey
strenuous  trip around  the loop and    j *.    ■«-   j       ■   . c     j a   \
,      ' ed to Wardner last .Sunday and play
or   for  desecrating  the   Sobbatl
Cranbrook   especially since i
tion   wns  "taken   on   the   i-i -;. ,
road.
Misses Frances and Margon
Ier successfully passed thi :*.  • i
exams, and art* now quite ;;..
it is all over.
Pat Walsh is a little won ed
days   for  his  hall   team   ia
disorganized owing to the
ence of the law last Sundu
in Cranbrook.   Andy, Plash
nnd Pert Dobson ap.' alsi
list, so he is hoping thai  T
start  any activity   I'm   ,,.-
least until Pat can assemble hi
again.
Lumberton has.a deserted api
ance  on   Sunday  during  •).
weather   fnr   picnic-   are
Green Pay being about the m
ulnr  place   for the  pfenief i s,
water is fine for swimming
distance is ..uly a ft h   ;  ,!.
roe   is  also  very  popular,   -
with tbe fishermen.    Lasi Rooms   with
evening John  Bakken,   Fred ■■  in t'onneetion
and Andrew Llndman |efl - t>l!pf1 Your Patronage
roc and spent Saturday evei
all day Sunday on the Ul ,    HlOTt   -   PrOD.
succeeded in landing a fine i r
'    \T YAHK
forgot to visit tha
Nordgren Store
Rond, near bridge
tilpmnl   tu'   Straw Hall
*
Itrder fours Early
■;■:■■:■•:■■■,.:■***************
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
VAHK, B.C.
! Garage, Near Bridge
idid well considering the circumstan-
ed a return game on the letter's ilia*
ces.   Second baseman, Manager Rob-? ,     „., ,   ,    ,
,    , .    .    '    ,     *   ,     . ,inond.    The score was somewhat al
son    had    a   ripping   time   of     it .  ,        ,L
...    '       .       ''    *      '   .      .,   * tered from  the previous game  am
while Gasoline Averv    distinguished1.. ... ,        ,   ^        .   *,
. .      ., ,     ..    ,,     ■     '        f,   :T   the position now is u win to each. Tlu
himself for the Hart  Nutts out in the »   0    A    » to
.,,..,., ,. ,    I score  of  Sunday's  game   was   7-8.
left field.   -lake went away disappoin '
ted,   for   Bob   Mitchell
i Thompson of Wardner hud the local
managed tpjamrregat|on ^Hng at his high ones
and managed to pull through with a
win. Thc final und deciding game
Will be played a week from this Sun
day on tlie Lumberton diamond and
thu locals are anxious to make it the
second win over Wardner. Bob Mitchell pitched a good game for Lum
berton but he wus not accorded the
support he should have had. The foi
lowing is the lineup:
Lumberton
.   ,   .    .. Roy Issler, Hoy Joyce, rf; Shorty
™u    ."'!..""   .1\'?i*  .^?J^ Mills, 2b; Jim Mason, C| Bob Mil-
chell, p; Put Downey, ss; Les Dwelley
out in the right field, so Jake's fielding average is still untarnished, hut
his stealing sort of put u dumper on
his glory. The game on Thursday
night between the Soft Nutts und the
Old Nutts wound up in a 6-5 win for
the latter atn\ also netted them first
place in the league unless the Hard
; Nutts take it upon themselves und in-
slst on playing off the tie game. The
(game was close from the start und
1     I     .
NEW H   TEL
Yahk, B.C.
S. MARKLUND Prop.
STAR THEATRE
'Rl. A SATO ROBT. W   CIIAMBKRS- (AUGU'
"THE COMMON LAW"
CORRINE GRIFFITH, CONWAY TEARLE, ELLIOTT DEXTER
llu- enthralling story ol a girl, unversed in the ways of
■ul colonies, who souj.;!)! to earn a living as an
artist's model
COMGD1 — "HOLLYWOOD KID'" — MACK SENNETT.
*********************************************
 AUGUST -lis
ffi
*******
MONDAY
rUESDAY
d Qammounl ffickne
*CNESAms-"-"The Guilty One"
Hit- drama of a young wife whose innocent affair with another
man developed into scandal with amazing results.   If
you miss this delightful picture, you alone are
"The Guilty One"
I'.-iIhe News — liiK-Nl Riice Truck Completed — U, S. Flyers in Sluinghui
COMEDY — AIR POCKETS — MERMAID.
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY AUGUST 6 4 7
COLLEEN MOORE — in —
"THROUGH THE DARK"
The thrilling romance of Boston Itluckie, pursued hy prison guards ufter
his sensational jnilhrcak.      "Itluckie" stopped in his flight to rescue a henutiful girl thrown from n runaway steed.
and was recaptured hy cupid.
I'ox News — Coming of Ihe Loyalists     Uo told in Pageant.
I'.ig Plow Cuts Yukon Slides.
COMEDV — "CAKE EATER" — WIU Rogers
! of the seventh when thu winning run
j tvas shoved across the plate. There
| were no double playa recorded but
the game wns fast and was well over
heforo the light became too bad to
play by, The final irnme of the schedule will lie played some time thla
week between the Hard and Soft
Nutts, which might result in a tie
for second place. Fred Andrew Ih
chief of the fire department and aUn
one of the main eoga oi the Hard
Nutts so it seems a little odd that he
should cull a fire drill on Tuesday
evening, which is the time chotten for
the final game, must he that he is
stalling for time. The winner of the
prunes has not yet been announced.
Mr, Roy Issler celebrated his nu-
tal day last Tuesday evening. He
had several of his friends in to help
him cclehrnte the occasion.
HlftatspniJOiiiN!^ " ^p nncn niiri E ^_- ft aij'jf-—rf
Waldo, who has been spend-
past  month at the home of
Miss
ing the
her sister, Mrs. II. Conroy, returned
to her home In Kegina last week.
Mr. C. Dcboise, who had the nils-
fortune to break his arm while employed in the lath mill some time ago,
left for his home iu Kegina last week.
Mr. D. K. White, better known as
"Dart," who has heen employed as
camp clerk at camp 2 for thc past
year and a half, left for Longview
lastweek. where he will seek employment.
Mr. Hall, of Calgary, secretary of
the Alberta Paeilie Grain Co., wua a
Lumberton visitor last week. During Mr. Hall's stay be made a trip
up to camp I and looked over the
operations of the H.C. Spruce Mills.
Mr. Prank Wilson, representative
for the Slmmonds Saws, spent several days in Lumberton last week as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Kith-
son.
The regular wnU? naatiag mf tW
If; Adolphe Woodske, cf; Lyle Klug,
lh; Pete Tabahak and Boh Waters-
ton, Sb.
Wardner
P. Hurry, rf; Sam Thompson, ss;
Ben  Eubree,  2b;  H. Thompson,  p;
B. Markle,    lb;    K.    Thompson, rf;
Scanlon, cf; Jack Dnwe, 3b.
Harvey Piper, manager of the Lumberton ball team, hus scheduled a
•fame with thc Concentrator, at Kimberley, for thc coming Sunday, to be
played at Kimberley.
Jap Walton, Ole Olson and Harry
Whitehouse, three of l.umherton's
enthusiastic fishermen motored to
Gold Creek on Sunday in quest ol
som of the members of the finnv
tribe. They did not succeed in catching thc limit but they certainly solved the mystery of the Gold Creel,
bridge, Jap was the main spectator
and has not fully recovered. In the
future the three of them might take
a motion picture camera and a nn:r
of field glasses to conduct their observations a little farther und cover
a little more territory. Ole and Harry are of thc opinion that Jap does
not really need them for he does
very well without under the conditions.
After the game at Wardner last
Sunday, the members of the Lumber-
ton bull team stopped in Cranbrook
for supper. Shorty Mills and Cave
Caverley started things when Shorty
executed some gymnastic stunts on
the street while Cave considerately
passed the hat for whot he said was
an ice cream fund for those present.
The ice cream did not materialise
foi Cave invested in some queen tickets instead. Stan must have been
the instigator of thc affair for he
happens to be the young lady's champion in Lumberton. Cave Is up against
it, far he con be rolled on two charges
•Itksv fw ssjsst»mslsllia ml fnnda
When in Yahk make your home at
THE y\.\\   HOTEL.
This Hotel is new from bottom to to       Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. re 'lean
ami comfortable.
HKSTAITIAM  IN I H.NM I FION,
»y AfPOINTMENT
CURVtYOKS TO
i
■'-JESTf
. t-„P.Gt V.
Reputation Cannot Be Assumed.
It Musi Be
st
WHISKY
have been popul        Canada
for over hall a     ntury.
They are the s n quality
today as they ev e i were.
They are thoroughly matured ir. Oak Casks.
Divnurn ano I
HIRAM WALKER & SONS. LIMITED
WALXERVILU ■ IINTARIO
>»
Morurttl. Qyir
fiialillfts ctf iinf
Whlsklat ■
Land ■■!•  i   .
New York  U. 5 A.
Thin sdwtlsBinenl it noi published "i di played by tlie Liquor
i out i nl Hoard or by the Governmenl ol British Columbia. w , j p.\I j*   | IOIIT
wvviMivwwtfirtwvwww-**^s-^Wi-^ywwfljWvvvwww^^uww
; WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW STORE ON NORBURY |
AVENUE.     TWO DOORS NORTH OF OUR OLD
STAND, AND INVITE THE INSPECTION OF THE
PUBLIC
We are putting on a SALE of
CHINA and CUT GLASS
AT HALF PRICE
Also a WINDOW OF $1.00 SPECIALS of discontinued §
lines, (or this week only
A. EARLE LEIGH, the gift shop.
>tirl)tiry Ave.    5
'J
WATCIIJHAKKK * JEWELLER
-V-V.VAVAVV
SPECIAL —.1 DAYS ONLY
In Enamelware ami Kftchemvaro.
Friday, Saturday and Monday, Watch
this window for Bargains.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORK
Mr. and Mrs. 1>. A. Kay and llttlo
son arrived on Sunday from the cast,
where they had Bpent a couple of
months holiday, visiting relatives in
Toronto, Listowel and Kitchener,
Dr. Wilson Herald, ear, nose am]
throat specialist, will arrive in Cranbrook, July 30th, and can he consulted for some days at the hospital. 22
Thc Dodge car sold last woek to
Angus Pighin of Marysville, by Dezall's Garage, is the ninth of this
make to leave the garage, in addition
the tin? Studebakers and Overlnnda
that have been sold.
Fm- prompt repairs and satisfaction ko to Ratcliffe's garago.      2i)lf
New teachers for tho Wycliffe
school have been engaged in Mrs. McDonald, find Miss Hurrop, both of
Harrop, Ii. ('., taking tbe places or
Miss   Reekie   anil   Miss   Curley,   who
resigned last term.
Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 25, 40, aud 50 watt
for 35c.
Our low prlcec win every time.
W V. DORAN.
After spending a week or so wltl1,
his family at Mirror Lake, near Kos
lo, Dr. F. W. (Ireen has returned ti
thc city. Dr. Christie of Wal
do, was in the city assisting with Dr
MacKinnon during Dr. Green's ab
Bcncc.
BOY SCOUIS TO MEET
All Boy Scouts are requested ti
meet at tlte Recreation Club on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, to complete the arrangements for the Governor - General's visit next week.
*, * ** 4 ********************
*\
Fairmont Hot!
Big Labor Day Dance in the Auditorium, given bj Maple Leaf Rebekah
Lodge,    Particulars later. 22
Meetings of the Native Sons of
Canada, which have heen discontinued
during tho hot weather of July and
August, are to be resumed again next
month, a meeting being announced
. for Septembor 3rd.
Mrs. Roland of this city, is leaving
on Sunday for a few days stay at
Coleman, Alta., from where sho will
proceed to Coronation, to visit with
a brother whom she has not seen for
the past sixteen years.
THE HOT WEATHER IS HERE
i    Bathing Caps, nifty styles, at 60c,
00c,  76c,  and  $1.00  each;  Bathing
.Suits at $1.10 to $1.60 suit  at
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
.Mrs. J. W. Travis loft on Friday of
last week to join Mr, Travis, who has
Iieen transferred to Calgary as representative for .Mason & Risch. Their
■ son, Graham, left on Monday's train
\u, join his parents in the prairie city.
When in Cninlirook stop at thc
Ratcliffe & Stewart Garage, opposite
the Post Ofllce on Baker Street.   20tf
, Mrs. L. Richardson had a party
I of youngsters nt her home on Saturday afternoon to a birthday tea, in
: honor of her daughter Leonn's fifth
I birthday.
■ Try the Kootenay Garage for the
service that pleases. Agents nnd Deal
I era In Superior Chevrolet cars and
trucks. 1
.1. T. Sarvis is leaving this week on
a holiday to tho coast anil other
points west, lie will join Mrs. Sarvis, who litis heen away at Calgary
ami Kamloops for a couple of weeks
(or so, and they will return by way of
j the Arrow Lakes.
Springs
About half way on the Motor
Highway   from   Cranbrook   to
Banff
A  Popular   Retort   With   Many
Natural   Attraction!
..MAGNIFICENT   SCENERY..
Dr. Fergle's offlce will nol be open
from August 1st to loth. 21-22
Mrs. W, K. Haslam returned on
■ Thursday last from Duluth, Minn.,
'where she had been called by the
i death of a relative somo time ago.
Her sou, Harold Haslam, who is now
with the C.P.R. at Yahk, came in on
Saturday for u short holiday here.
LOCAL
*PEMVG$
l\
Dr. W. A. Fergle is leaving on
Thursday of this week for Vancouver
where he will attend a dental convention. Later he will go to Kaslo
where Mrs. Fergle and family are
spending their holiday, before ho re-
:     Warm Radium Baths    ? *««» to the city.
Open Air Swimming Tank    *,
..   With   Individual   Dressing   ..   *>
Rooms .;.
FULLY  EQUIPPED
TENTS FOR CAMPING I
RESTAURANT & ROOMS |
OASOLINE, OIL AND     %
GENERAL STORE *
Charges Moderate £
RADIUM  •  ■  -  B.C. |
r*************************
| C. W. Draper of the Hanson Gar-1
j ajre. returned this week from Calgary, where he went to drive back a
car. While there he looked into the
new 1D2S Litfht Six McLaughlin, that
has been heralded abroad, and which
will soon make its appearance here.
SUA\A1I-R~SI>ECIALS
In Ladies' Linen Dresses, usual
price $4.00, reduced to absolute cost,
now nt $2.26 each, at
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORK
L
B. P.O. ELKS Lodge No. 86
Your Last Chance To Win
NEW FORD TOURING CAR
I
Proceeds in Aid of
CHILDREN'S DAY
AUGUST 6th. 1924
TICKETS  ■  ONE DOLLAR
Tickets On Sale at Cameron & Sang's Cigar Store
Don't Forget The Kiddies
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
Mrs. F. B. Miles and family re
turned on Monday from a holiday
spent at Kaslo.
Angus Pighin, of Marysville, has
purchased a new disc wheel Dodge
Bros, car from Dezall's (Jarnge,
Mrs. Kd. Quirk und baby were able
to leave the hospital on Sunday for
their home in Kimberley.
Dining Room Suites at Kilby's 22tf
.lames Martin left on Thursday for
a short business visit to Nelson and
Trail.
.Ino. Martin left on Thursday for
Proctor, to join Mrs. Martin, who
has heen holidaying there.
Walnut and fumed oak library tables, cheap, at Kilby's. 22tf
Mrs. B. Johnson of Kitchener left
the hospital on Sunday last to return
home, much improved after a stay
there.
For Dining Room Suites and other
furniture, see the Big 22, Armstrong
Avenue. 20
Mrs. R. P. Moffatt returned home
on Wednesday from a visit of three
four weeks with relatives in Cal
gary antl Edmonton.
Jas. Allen, of Waldo, underwent an
operation for appendicitis at the hospital this week. lie is understood to
he making a good recovery.
A National cash register $45.00.
registers up to $20. at Kilby's.    16
Mrs. T. 11. Weaver, of Kimberley,
has been in Cranbrook for about a
week, visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. HUL
Mr. Stephen Hembry, after spending a year or so here at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. H. L. Harrison,,
is leaving again this week to return
to England.
Arm chairs, Morris am! others at
Kilby's 22tf
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McFarlane,
at one time residents of this city, and
now of Calgary, left on Wednesday
evening to return home, after visiting
with friends in the city for a few
clayB.
Rev. W. T. Tapscott left on Frl
day last for Trail, where is spending
a month or so assisting in the pastorate of the Baptist Church there. Mrs.
Tapscott expects to be joining him in
a day or two.
Hemstitching.—Mrs. Surtees, Gar-
dan Avenue. itt
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Scott and
family left by car on Tuesday for
Calgary Intending to go on from there
hy train to Brandon and Winnipeg
on a holiday trip,
Miss Jessie Hunter, formerly of
this eity and now of Lumberton, pas-
sod through the city on Wednesday
on her way home nfter spending a
holiday in Saskatchewan.
Refrigerator, good us new,, for
sale at a bargain, at Kilby's.        20
After a serious illness and an operation, necessitating a stay in the
hospital here of six weeks or more,
Mrs. A. E. Fisher was able to return
to her home on Monday last, accompanied by Mr. Fisher, who motored
down over the week-end.
For Beds, Bed Springs and Dres
sers, sec the Big 22, Armstrong Avenue. 20
Fred Belunger of Bull River con
tinues to make good progress at the
hospital, being able this week to sit
up in a chair, and even walk around
a little in his room.
For Carpets ond Congolcum Rugs
call at the Big 22. Armstrong Ave
nue. 20
Henry Geigerich, Jr., has accepted
a position with thc Engineer Miu-i at
Atlin, as surveyor and assayer. He
left on Monthly morning for Vancoe-
ver, from where he sailed yesterday.
This is a gold property and has been
in litigation for sonic time back, and
is now being worked again.—Ktulo
Kootenai an.
Ratcliffe & Stewart, thc locul agents for the Nash Motor Co., are in
receipt of good news in regard to the
new 11)25 models of this popular car.
Their principals assure them that it
will far surpass anything as yet produced in thc auto line, und that descriptive literature with regard to it
will soon be ready for distribution.
Persons considering the purchase nf
a new car would do well to make enquiries of the Nash agents here before making a choice. 28
THK  CRAMI HOOK   UKHALO
Our Customers
Are Satisfied   ;
Because wc give them thnt
operation essential to good
eyesight with glasses.
Our service does not stop
with your purchase of our
glasses; you are not charged
by the visit— we guarantee \ \
you good vision before wo
are through.
One   reasonable   charge   for
Examination - Gloaiei
Service
Priday, August 1st, 1924
W.H.Wilson !!
Mfi;.   Optician
Mrs. Jas Wheatou of this city is
a patient at the hospital at present.
SPECIAL     CLEARANCE     IN
CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS
Every one    to    go    at half price.
Watch our windows for bargains, at
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
Since Penticton has pul most of its
domestic water users on meters the
town is not experiencing any water
shortage at all.
Mrs. John Martin is spending a holiday at present with her sister, Mrs.
Edwards, of Vahk, with friends at
Proctor, on the Kootenay Lake.
Chiffoniers, solid oak, at a bargain
at Kilby's. 22tf
Klaas Schei-r left thc first of the
week for Kimlierley, where he may
decide to locate in- busines. ■—Grand
Forks Gazette.
Miss Sara McCallum has been
spending the past week visiting with
friends at Kaslo and Nelson.—Grand
Forks Gazette.
Wire ice cream tables and chairs
at a bargain, at Kilby's 22tf
The annual picnic of the Anglican
Sunday School will take place on Friday, August 8th, to Green Boy. Cars
will leave the Parish Hall at 10.80
a.m.
Mayor G. (!. Henderson is expected
hack from the east on the 28th. He
has worked very hard in the interests
of the Home Bank depositors and th*
chances are very much tn favor of
something in thc way of compensn*
tlon being passed at the next session
of the Dominion House. Fernie depositors were very much dlsappOMitod
thut the Mackenzie King government
did not take any definite stand Lefoie
th*. bouse adjourned. —Pcinlo Free
FISHINO   SEASON    NOW   IN
FULL SWING
Do not forget to bring your trout
in to be weighed and you have a good
honce to win the prize for the largest fish caught in the district, valued
at $72.00. We carry the most complete stock of tackle in the district.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
T/kmisa     ^ . .
DtScholl
Appliance. orRemetylhrE^ItoTjmGli
YOU ARE INVITED
To attend tlie Free Demonstration to be given in this store
by one of Dr. Scholl's Foot Experts, on
AUGUST 18th and 19th
If you have tired, aching feet, come and consult with this
expert. It will cosl you nothing for the advice. You may require
some appliance lo remove the trouble, but if you do not require
any you will be told so.
Many persons have come to us complaining of having
rheumatism in their feet and legs. After examination it was found
that fallen arches were the cause of all the pain and trouble.
"If my feet would only quit aching, I would just feel fine," is a
remark we often hear. In nine cases out of ten a foot appliance
will remove the aching.
Come and get the free advice anyway.
AUGUST 18th and 19th
WANT ADS.
FOR SALE—Ford touring car in good
condition; cheap for quick sale.
Write Wm. Partridge, Cranbrook,
or Herald Office 23
FOUND — Auto crank on road near
city, found this week. May be had
at Herald Offlce on paying for this
adv. 23tf
FOR RENT — Housekeeping Rooms,
200 Dewar Avenue. 23tf
APPLICATIONS to buy the Parish
Hall of Christ Church are invited.
Apply to either Messrs. N. A. Wallinger, M. A. Beale, or C. A. Cock,
lfltf
FOR SALE—Gasoline pressure tank
and about fifty feet copper gas
tine, suitable for illumination or
other purposes. Apply Herald Office. 2 ltf
WOMAN—Open for engagements in
house work by the hour or duy, no
washing.   Apply Herald Office. In
NORBURY AVENUE
JEWELRY STORE MOVES
TO LARGER QUARTERS
The necessary alterations to
place having been completed, the .
elry store of A. Earle Leigh wns
allow of adequate displays, which ean
he shut in, and lighting has been arranged from the top. The interior
has been newly decorated, more lighting fixtures have been put in, and
at the row of the store rooms have
been provided for other purposes.
The store opened on Thursday i*i
stantial progress as a business street
in the changes that have taken place
i there this week.
Wednesday moved from its old loca- ii,s new location, and by the mo
tion  next the Star Theatre, to thel^aina BTeatly increased floor space.
Haslam Building, adjoining the Co- Bivin« more adequate room for the
Operative  store,   on   Norbury   Ave.[display of goods.
The windows have been changed to      Norbury Avenue is showing sub-
Tho new style of postofftce money
j order came into use at the first of the
I month, and those who receive them
j are notified that unless they nre pre-
* sented for payment within thirty days
. of issue, at least a month's delay nill
I occur while the postmaster writes Ot-
itawa to get the necessary authorization to pay overdue orders.
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JOY!
THRILLS!
HILARITY!
And the Uproarious Spirit Of Carnival
■
AT
THE SEASON'S GALA EVENT
CRANBROOK
PLAYGROUND
CARNIVAL
FOR SALE—SiX pure bred Airedale
pups.   Apply 200 Dewar Avenue.
22tf.
WANTED — Woman with Doy nine
years old, wants position as housekeeper for widower. Apply Box
P. Herald Office. 22tf
The regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Institute will be held in the
K.P. Hall, on Tuesday, August Bth, at
3 p.m.   A full attendant* la exacted, j
FOB HALE—A few second hand cars
for sale, $150 up.    At the Kootenay Garage . 13tf
YOU OFTEN WONDER WHERE
you can get different pieces of Furniture or Crockery, Kitchen Utensils
and tools, etc.
You will be very apt to see just
what you need when looking ovor
our stock.
You ure cordially invited to look it
over at any time.    We always have
something different as
'WE  BUY, SELL, OR EXCHANGE
THOMPSON & PETERSON
Second Hand Dealer*
Cranbrook and Klmborloy
Box 2118       -     -     -       FhoM 71
4 - NIGHTS - 4
7.30 to 12 p.m.
AUG. 13 -- 16
Open Air Dance
Pavilion
EVERY NIGHT
Home Town Orchestra
A Dozen
Ways To
Enjoy
Yourself.
It's all in Aid
of Children's
Playground
Equipment.
4 - NIGHTS - 4
City Park Site
AUG. 13-16
SPECIAL
FREE ATTRACTIONS
EVERY NIGHT
k
Boost Your Favorite For
QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL!
Buy Your Votes   -  lOcents  -  NOW
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