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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME    20
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRI HAV. APRIL 'til, 1924
N I SI B E R    «
Hospital Ball, Easter Monday, April 21st Auditorium
N. B. Men Extol
Its Virtues
aVutiu- Sons Mc-hiiim; Wedmuday
livening  In  Second
"IVovIuciitl Night*
Another very Bticcoa&rul I'rovlnelal
Night was held hy Ihe local Arwembty
or the Natlvo Sons of Canada on Wed
nesday ovonlug hint when after the
regular liiiHiuess of lho mooting !nul
boon transacted the lodge wus entertained by the members of thai portion
of tho Dominion ono 1MB to eross when
going Trom Nova. Scotia, tu Quebec,
namely New Brunawlok, |)r Miles,
who halls from the provlnco of tides,
was rosponalblo for tho program put
on hy tho New HrunswlckerH. The
doctor marshalled three follow provincials iu the persons of H. LeRoy
Harrison, AtmtUi McDonald and Mr.
A. D. Bridges, who between them, saw-
to lt that tho virtues of this fair province were ably extolled. The company listened intently to each as they
endeavored to give a hirdseye view of
the province of their birth from different angles.
In dealing with that important industry of New Brunswick, lumbering,
Mr. Harrison first gave an excellent
description of that river of his province sometimes called the Rhine of
America, the St. John river, which,
rising in the state of Maine, (lows
through the province forming a navigable waterway for some two hundted
miles for smaller vessels, while ves.
sels of one hundred tons could go as
far as Fredericton, a distance of ninety miles from Its mouth. Tho possible
power development of the river, the
origin of Its name, and the unique
feature of Its reversible falls were all
touched upon by the speaker. The
lumbering industry be said was very
important to the province and the network of lakes and rivers made the
business profitable. Largo rafts were
made up in the upper country and
towed down to the mills. A larse pro-
itri F.vi.o u nnritiv.
ON TUESDAY EVENING
WAS NOTAHLi: SUCCESS
(Jm'sts Cruse ut From All Parts
of   l-.ust   Kootenay   ut       |
Second Function
DISTRICT LEAGUE
BASEBALL MEETING
SUNDAY NEXT
...       v   Ihink so
nothing ii
.   .  *  so,  und
!ii!ii4   hist ■ X
.1. (i. Toy- $
ik and For-
Il0.ll. .I'K*
onsid'rnble
s of slock,
recollection
assembled.
has come
j  iu  their
Walnwright,   Alberta,   hi
ou Cranbrook Tuesday ev
whou thu Local Herdsman,
lor cornlled all the Buffalo i
hu Buffalo of th<> CraTibroo
nio dlstrlcl in MM- K
Walkley.   who   has   had   <
xpurlenco  witli  this clna
ays Unit not within his
ban he seen a finer bunch
Yes,   tho  second   stampede
tnd  gone, and  all  nro lot
praises of those who were responsible
lor tho pleasant evening.   This is the
consensus    of   opinion regarding the *
big  affair  which  tho  mewly formed A
Hast Kootenay Order of Buffalo pul*|x
led off.   About one hundred and sixly
iried and true Buffalo from all parts
of the little world centering around
Cranbrook   were  in  attendance  when
tho   happy   party   took   their   seats
around the festive hoard.   Alex Hurry
was  the  bravo  man  who  shouldered
the   responsibility of satisfying    the
ravings of the hungry herd, and Hint
be did so to the entire satisfaction! of
base ball tlmo again The
lorman may not appear to
hut the calendar says
so dot's Lloyd Crowe,
of the dlstrlcl league,
in sending ont word of the llrst
meeting ol the season, ilis an-
nounueraenl says;
",.\ meeting ot" thf Easl Kootenai Bafl-Sball League will he
held on Sunday. April 6th, at
tlio Cranbrook Hotel, for the
purpose of winding up last sea-
sou's business and to decide on
baseball matters for ibis year.
"Tbo most important matter
appears to he that of amateurism."
"Be present if possible and
bring a  baseba11  boos!er  with
[EmpireDay Will
[■    be Well Marked
» —	
;<<.. IV. V. A. Celolirutlou L'romis.
I    is.s To He Bed Stogod Here
I inr Smile Years I'nvl
t>     i
**
**»**K**H-**-|,.|.'H- it.AA aaa .;.*:- .*. .K..i
CO-OPERATIVE STORE
TO MOVE TO NEW
LOCATION ON NORBURY
Hy a deal which is now understood
.    .   ,to ho pending and only awaiting the
everyone was evidenced by t.ie lusty ,.        ' t. *
, , .   . 'final  consummation,    the    ( Kiiihmnk
three cheers and a tiger tint   were -
' " "■■"■ " *■ ■*■ * It houjjht
...    Co-Operative Society this
given for him at the conclusion of the *
.        tho Itex Theatre building   frc
banquet.     Being  on  diet  ourselves,!...._.
and realizing that there nre many
others in the same predicament at tlie |
present time we refrain from publish-
ing the menu. Following the banquet
songs, speeches and choruses were the
order of the evening wlr'eh were thoroughly enjoyed by all. A beautiful
specimen «f a Buffalo head adorned j
tho canopy over tho chief herdsman, j
Among the speakers of the evening
wore Dr. P. W. Green, Commander
Pllcher of Fort Steele, Thomas Uphill
M.P.P. of Fernio, N. A. Walllnger, M.
P.P., A. C. Bowness, Dr. J. W. Rutledge
Mr.  Stewart,
oiherti.
B.P.O.B. organizer
and
WEDDINGS
*
*
*
\l
.MOOKtMIH.hK
t
Tlie   wedding took   place
Christ Church on Thursday
of Miss Dora Durk'' and Mr.
tis Moore, both of this city.
:••:•*.**•:
portion of the lumber was cut. Into **M.**f++*;**i-+*;**:":*v*;--:*vvv-;'
what was known ns deal, or three +
inch plank which was shipped to the'*
Old Country for resawing. In 1H20
the output of twenty-four mills was
twenty-live million dollars, Tbe species of trees Included most of the soft
woods as well as lhe harder species,
the birch. Spruce constituted two-
thirds of lbe cut. In New Drunswirk
there was little summer logging tho
recently more of It was being done.
logging raidroads and portable saw
mills making this now profitable. In
tho provlnco were four larcc pulpwood plants.
Mr. Austin MacDonald succeeded
well with his word picture of New
Hninswiek as the sportsman's paradise,   shOWinj   a   pleasing   familiarity      >>      W.  Robinson, formerly
with tho activities of the Inhabitants Robinson « McKensii   I i
of New Brunswick's lakes and dreams' Cranbrook,   was   reglsti ru i
as well as thfl big game and the name Cranbrook Hotel on Monday
birds, of which bis province can very —	
justly boast.   With regard to the fish, pmtsley, Hon. Douglas Hnxeu, Charles td sadd
salmon and trout are the most impor- Ernest  Neil, general manager of the
tant     The ureal onjoyinont of landing   Uoyal Hank Of Canada. Hon   Frank B,
a large RosUgouchfl salmon was cal- Carvell, railroad commissioner, R. B,
led to mind     He referred to the fact   BflUltett. 0.   V.  BulVI
that the host fishing grounds, the Res. Qovernor of Alberta,
tlgOUOhe, wero In the hands of wcnl- of lted nose Tea fame, Hon   Mr  .1   H
thy mem who having purchased the ^Vii. inils  p ;M1(i Theodore u>>i»'ris.
the:
!| | Crauhrook Theatres, Ltd., and il will
he made the new location of the Co-
Operative Store when the least' on the!
present premises expires, and alterations are to be made to tht* building
costing about $l.r,00. to fit il for its
new purpose. A store front will be
put in, the floor will be levelled, and
other nece-ssiiry changes mado. Among the Improvements planned will he
the establishment of a rest room for
the ladles, which the Co-Operative ladies* Guild will furnish. Geo. Leask
is stated ta have the contract for milking tbe necessary alterations to ,the
place, 'Die new store will at
Co-Operative more floor spnce
commodate their growing busine
It. Is expected that the deal will
nally closed very shortly.
the
i and
ra fi-
qufetly at
afternoon,
John Cur-
Rev   F
v Harrison, rector, officiated, the ceremony inking place in thfl presence ot
only required witnesses. Th.' groom
employed at Lumberton
— ■ ■■»    I .
1.1 >lllllt>l\>   RETURNS TO tJTY
K0R9IER WALDO RESIDENT BURIED IN LOCAL
CEMETERY ON SUNDAY
Late (. W. Burgess Laid lo Rest
Willi am Due Honors Prom
Brother MitHons
The c. .w v. A is now getting
experienced body In organizing community cdlobrntloos, and tlu*
result of their cumulative experience
is likely to produce something more
than usually attractive ,u ihis city on
tho 24th of May, Kinpiiv Day. The celebration will properly commence
on ibe afternoon of the 23rd, when
the annual school children's sports
aro to take place. On tliat evening
there will be u hlg jhwice at tho Audit-
JI oritur., one of tbe best of the season,
fjit is sure to ho. On Saturday, the
4 :.4th, thore will bo the parade of dec-
j] orated cars and Boats as last year.
The committee with ihis hi hand reported at the meeting on Wednesday
evening that thero was every indion-
tfpn that this part of tho celebration
would be an even bigger success than
last year. There will bo the usual
games of football and baseball during the day, and alhletlc events most
likely will be run during the course
ol the horse racing program In the
afternoon. The program of races being arranged will be a little more el
aborute than last year, aud more attention will bo paid to the local horses than outsiders,     Among the ev-
' cuts .will be a horse jumping event,
for which some hptsos are now  said
Up be in training already. ;
j    There  will  also      bo    a  Cinderella
[dance on Saturday evening, up to 11!
■ o'clock to put the customary close to
the big affair.
i At the general committee meeting
on Wednesday thero was a very representative meeting, and from now on
meetings are to be held every Tuesday evening to perfect arrangements.
.The grounds are said to bo looking
very well, and a little work will put
the track nnd stands In first class
shape for a hip day.
Not 'In* least, or ' ■ *-aM-nictfous will
11 a sixteen piece local talent hand.
which is now getting into good shape.
..OVMINUKNT HITS t'OJtl> GRADER
J
All that was mortal of the late C.
W, Burgess formerly nf the Baker
Lumber Co.. Waldo was laid to rest
In the local cemetery on Sunday afternoon last.     Hts sudden death atIting tn front   Th
Vancouver last Thursday, so soon uf-j agents   for    th
of
the
. of
the
lauds uml the water rights reserved
this portion of the river for their own
pleasure Wealthy men. such as American   mtllonalras  came  there  annu
ter leaving Waldo, came as a painful
shoch to his friends hore and at Fernie.   The remains were brought hick
this city, arriving on Saturday ev-
ing's train.    To Mrs. Burgess, tho
widow, fell the sad task of escorting
Hie body of her late husband, render-
from  tho fact  that only n
short time before the journey out to
the toast bad been made in very different  tin umstanoes.
. former Lieut.-      Al     the     request     of   Elk   River
I", 11   Estabrook   l...dg»\ A. F. fi A, M.. of which deceased wns a  member, members    of   tbe
i 'tMiilnvol;     Masonic    Lodge  attended
the imienil.   There wore a number of
brethren from Pernio present also. A
■ rvhe   wis      hold   al the Anglican
r
Tho equipment of the government
public works department was augmented this week by tbe addition of
a Wehr load grader. This is a new
type of grader that thfl Ford people
are putting out, it being a very heavy
Fordson tl actor with a grader opera-
Hanson Garage are
ew  machine which
styled the "One Man Tower Grader."
The machine started to work OU Thursday, afler being put in running order
;it the Hanson Garage.
+++****++++++++*+«*++**4«M-+
X CHAUTAUQUA DATES     f
%       ARE NAMED FOB
VISIT OF FOP '«"
CAjR TO Oil
MARR
EARLY IN JUNE }'
|;Seli(Mil I liildrc
TiTy j       Film al Nluj
& Word was received in the elty
f this  week  that   the  Cranbrook
j* Chautauqua dates have been set •:«
* tor June 8rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th 1
* and bth, This announcement is f
f made from the head office of f
•j* tbe Canadian Chautuuquus. at a
a ('alary, Alta. Tbe full program J
X te not yet known, but it will In- J
* elude Dr. Frank Bonn, lecturer. +
•> scholar und journalist of Inter- I
* national reputR-tUiu. and, Miss t
J? Jessie   Stephen,   a   member of f
* one of the London Borough Cou- +
*> noils, aud a labor candidate at J
% the recent  British  elections.        f
* ?
++++***++++++♦+♦*++♦♦♦++♦+
Foregf I'l
Central School
March Report
(Standings for Month as Recor-
;       (led in Various Grades
MKIMHANTN WILL AD-
VERTISK (ITY AXI)
OISTMCT  WITH   MAPS
CranhrtKik merchants aro planuing
to advertise tbe elty quite e*ttensive-
y this summer hy means of their stationery. This is cue of the projects
undertaken hy the publicity committee of the Board of Trade, under the
direction of Mr. J. P, Fink, chairman
of thu committee, a map of the district lias been made, and is being printed In three coldrs. The reverse Hide
wilt bo used liy the merchants of the
• mul district for Iheir usual let-
tor headings, tho board of trade buying the printed maps In largo quan-
titles, and selling them to the mere tint at cost, who will them have them
imprinted locally with his own letterhead, or us desired. It is expected
thut fifty thousand mapr, at leaj-t will
he taken by the hoard of trade, nnd
almost all of this quantity has been
absorbed by local business men Any
who esire to participate In thJu publicity work can obtain the full partle-
rs  from  Mr.  Fink.       Professional [Inspected it tn that time,
men and others who do a good deal of \ Forestry  Association  Is
correap udence could help hi broad-  -V a new body, they hav
rusting   in   this way the attractions
this city has to offer to the motorist.
U Ih a form of advertising    tliat has
heen  known to achieve good  results,
often in tbe most unexpected quarters.
sdfl)
prestry
Dpres-
1.U-
o-op
Wednesday evej
tho work of the
Association   was  il
sed  on the people o
vicinity,  and   uiidoul
esls   of  tlie  associate
iflll.v advanced.     Mr I
Is iu cha. ge of the ciu
cation thai the departn
ing on. deserves much
energy hfl puts Into tin
slon.     Ho arrived a day
car nnd  secured  tin1
several     local    bodies    in
lug the cur and the picture st   1
is also part of the work.
Tbe Canadian Forestry Ass,
is receiving the commendation
ny of the leaders iu the public ai
si ii ess life in c-in,uln. and that;
work is worth while may well In
god by the supp rt it Isiti
from all classes     The special
of Mi*. Blyth and the AsspplQl
Is to visualize thr imporian
forest as a natural asset, an
home io alt the necessity
preservation. file nrllfct'
this preservation b tl
tlon of f real  fires' '
lion's work is divided in
cites as it were; first thai
bored  areas,    and  seeon
prairies.   The car coming t*
Is used In connection with tli
work, another car being used i
prairie sections.
To many tlie work of the association Is well known, this paper havtag
gone into it in great detail on the occasion, of the lust rial! of the car to
this city some two years ago. Since
then the car bus called at many pin-
ces and over one million people have
Whllfl the
-td
•¥■*•*-'
thr
■ this
firs*
a the
KKPRKSKMATIVK  OF
FIFTEEN lirxiMIFIl
TMH  VISITS CITY
imperative.
already m
compltshed a great work. Purely a
public organization, with no particular axe to grind, their one ami only
object is the care aiia preservation of
Canada's great asset, the forest.     Al
Highest percentage of attendance,
Division IV; Miss While. 99 91
D1TISI0X I.
Class Standing
First i*h(ss ::,'. atid over
Phyllis Thompson S3.6; Marion .Miles
S2.1S; Aubrey McKowan S0.1S; Cath*
pr|ne Harrison 7S.06
, Second Clsss 60' and over
H.'H Uurie 74.67; Marion Kummer
4 5; Ray Brown 74.25; Bill Wolfe
<;t.s, Josephine Paseuwo 73.5; Pearl
iQooderham 72.68; Nancy Nisbel 72,31;
Lillian Lewis 7isT. Elisabeth Miller
ZlIM; Jack Henderson 71.C2; Leslie
jiiinsbuiy 71.81; Dan Brake 71.58;
Harry Heise 71; Eroesl Laurie 6S.62;
Klfle Charbcneau 87.43; Jack Barber
llfi.pg; James Dalitel 66.62; Melville
Head-' 63.87; Jessie Brown 62.87; Milliard Simpson 60 S6; Edgar Sander-
son 60 5.
Third Class below   60 i
Mack Horie 68.62; Donald Burton
68,8;
Absent trom examinations through
tickness, Elsie Erlckson, Fraser MacKay. Dorothy Show.
Percentage ot attendance, 03 B
A   WOODLAND
DIVISION II.
Percentage of attendance, 94.7
!\arl  Saunders  76;   Margaret  Willis
71   Margaret Eye 72.2; Kd'th Carlyle
7<L8; SaUna Dixon 69.6"; Florence Plnte; -i1' S; Margarot M Innu 65.3; N ; y
Johnston    65;    Jim MacFarbne 64;
Jean Home 63J; Etta McGBI 63| Doris  Maekiurot  68;   Ji>e  Diebclt  61
Msrioo   William*, 62.6;   Hazel  Camp-
bell 614;  Harriet Home 68-4;  Solvelg
Ljundqulct «14;    Billy    Taylor 59.8;
Tom Cdtlins 59.8; Cy.1l Harrison 65.7;
Gm-en Slye 5**3; Colvin McBurney 5*'.;
John Metcalfe 56; Willie Spence 65.2;
Madeline Woodman 65;  William  Dargie a4.«; Allan Gill 64.8; Reg. Lippett
IJ4**. Robert Taylor 53".2; Marion Carr
1(8; Kred Stojack z>Q.'<, Graham Travis
[48.S;   Bhthel  Benson  48.6;   Jack  Atchison 48.2 He'er. Briggs 477; Allan
the present time the work of tbe as-|sba* *:,;-  Blrnie Strachan 42.
soclation is entirely dim-ted from thpj F   E   MAGEE. Teacher
head office at Ottawa and It  is t-up-j DIVISION III. Grade VII.
ported by a gram from tlie Dominion!    Percentape of attendance. 97.8
government, as well as smaib-r crant1-
from the province? They al*«o r»-
Mr. T. H. Beck of Pernde. waa in calve a certain measure of suppor'
Cranbrook on Thursday between from private corporations who appre-
trains doing a little missionary work!dale tbe work b-dng done Tfaeae
n connection with the 1500 Club of funds however, are nor ade^juatf- tot Han Quan 6
Pernie.   To many the nature of these carry on the work a? the officers of i Stender
clubs is well known.   In the main It the association would like to see il
is an insurance association each mem-j carried on. nnd for this reason grea-
ber paying a very small entrance fee! t«*r effort is now beint- made to 00-
after which the only money to he [tain the active support of a larger,
paid Is In the event of the death of one'portion of the public body financially |
Mildred Bridges 7S.S.  Ernest Wor-
7--.;    Nor?. Miles 73.1;    Helen
Heise  75;   Denis  Turner  7J7;   Mabel
Clark 69.7;  I-eitch  Paterson 69.2;  Ida
MacGregor 68; I-aura Hall »J6 4; Amy
Frank Martin 64.4. Eva
Kathleen    Hend-rson
6L7; P. ah Chalender 60.6; R<"-rt Mac-
D maid *; ■' *»Jean M< Phs ■ 60.3; Gordon Rank:ns M. Billy PteU 57.2; Gordon Brumby 56 4: Gordon Freeman
66.3;    Ronald  Moffatt   66.2;    George
.     ■:-.._.:  ■    ::       :
,;.-"-"  . '".T'^l.:.. -r".:-™  |
Coming Events
brothers and eminent soldier-poets
□oodeiioh Robert •. prose writer;
EUnbefJi   U   MoDonaldf,  nutltjo •ens;
Lloyd Roberts, editor ol the Listening Church, conducted by the Rector, Rev
ally to fish    In big gams, thfl Moose,  jilmt    anfj   nephew   of  Blfss  Carmen; P   V, Harrison, and In the cortege toj    The events  noted  below are those
Deer and Cariboo abound, though tbe r0T  n. i, Cody "f the Yukon; Bonir ihe cemetery were tbe brother Mas-jmr which paid ud"ertlsing appears In
Cariboo was gradually being  drive,i |<;iW .,„,) \A,rt\ Boai   t> onk ono of the deceased.     At the grave- this issue, or for which printing work
out     Tbe province in this reward too      Mr   Bridges showed  much pride in side   following   the   Anglican   service j has been done iu talc ofllce.
whs   the   nieerii   of   American   sports- j positively «-laiiuiiii   foi Vu lltunswiel. Of  commitlul,  the  equally impressive
men    Shooting   of   mime birds wasjthe birthplace   ol    the noted writer, Masonic aorvleo   was   conducted by
Bliss Carmen    This caused oonsider-  l!   Wor. Bro  w. F. Attridge, ns tho
able tunummenl aa lhe Nova Bcotmna district d-puty grand master.    At the
at then meeting a month ago bad done «lose the brethren Tiled pnst the open
him the honor of Including him among grave  and  deposited   tbelr symbolic
Uio famed of Nova Bcotla.    The New sprigs of evergreen, betokening tholr
UnJiiswickors would not stand for this rwpoel  and  relnombranoe,    Hfl  was
hunted Up his pedigree and proved  also a member   of
Mr, Hrlil- Chapter. Royal Arch
olty.
of the members.   Then each member j ao the}* can go to the government with I Kemball  52.7;   Jack Horie  52.6;  Pat
is assessed one dollar which goes to'a stronger case for support MacDonald JL't. Grace McClure 61,3;
the     deceased member's   beneficiary.!    During  Its stay  iu Cranbrook  tbe J Isabella  Frame  60.3;   Jessie   Co   el
The clubs  operate under   Dominion car has hfen visited by hundreds of 50.2; Robert v.'ii.i- 49.8; Walter Pan-
charter and are meeting with sur-crew' people.     f>n#* of the most Interesting ning 48.8; George Fanning 44 1;
wherever inaugurated.   Mr. Beck met features  of tbe car's visit   was  tho a. H. WESLEY,
with    much    encouragement during picture show for the children given IHV18I0S lv.
his short stay in the city a large in the Star Theatre on Thursday af- Percentage of attendance 98.97.
number of applications being takenIternoon, A few minutes after the Melanle Lebeau 78.6; Audrey Colby him. It is his Intention to return | school was dismissed the theatre was) Her 72.5; David Evans 724; Paul Har-
fn the near future lo complete a can* j filled to capacity, with a good Bprlnk-1 rtoon 7*2.2; Bra Nlchol on and David
vans of tbe city. In the meantime Hub of elder folks. The fir.-f part Weston 71.2; Hazel Williams 70.3;
any person desirous of knowing more consisted of a (rained animal comedy|LIIa Johnston 70.1; Mary Ranklns 70:
about   the club  should  get  In   touch! film which  while amusmg and  COUSmNorma Surtees 68J; Arthur Sekagtti-
with Mr. T. a. WaUace.
ACCIDENT Rl'MOR
Then
surroni
was an unconfirmed  report
on  Tuesday that there had
ing laughter and excHetneO'
with it a good lesson
The main film wns untitled "Red
Enemy." and was well worth seeing
It brought home In a vivid manner
the heavy toll that wo are old iced to
another greal attraction.
In sizing up lbe province from the
brain power .standpoint,   Mr    \    D
Bridges gaVfl an Interesting and comprehensive paper lumnwrtilng briefly
the many greal nun of the professions
und business that New Hninswiek h
produced. Instriinieulal possibly
a very l&Tft extent in the proud record
of that province as Ibe cradle of so
many leader*- among men. Is the tTuI
many leader** among men. Is the Dhl
Vanity Of New Brunswick which, now
nearly a century and a quarter old
hus seen pass through its doors men
who have made nnmes for themselves
not only In Canada but throughout the
nation, reflecting In no small way
much credit on their fore fathers and
the land of their birth. Tbo speaker
gave an Interesting short sketch of the
following New Brunswlckers. most of
whom wero grnduntos of the University, such as Sir Howard Douglass.
founder of the University of N. B„
George Robert Pnrktn, author nnd educationalist, Sir George K. Foster,
brilliant statesman and vice president
of the 1-eiiguo of Nations. Hon. Wm.
"I'mlo
torin in
April .
Tom's
Matinee
and Night.
the Audi-
been an accident at crow's Neil take .pay for ihe carelessneei of others
thai day. when a cer attempting to The tree, tho felling of it. the logging
cross the Ice to take the short cut waa railroad nnd the mill were all nins-
said to have gone through.
Saturday, April
hale of Home '
erntlve store, ;
— Women's Guild
kin nt the Co-Op-1
S p.m.
11 thai  Iheir claim was valid
lei read from lbe works or Carmen
the   beautiful   versos  entitled   "The
Ships of St. John."
In reference to his home town of
Sheffield. NB. lhe mimes of three
Rhodes scholars. Sliinhy ami Alloc
Bridges, ions of Seabury Bridges,
principal ot the high school of St.
John, endOregory  Bridges, principal
of the Normal School ut Fredericton,
wore mentioned. These boys are cousins of Mr. Bridges.
Al the conclusion of the talks on N.
It.
Rocky Mountain  Wednesday.    April    0:    Lecture   on
Masons, lu this     Lourdes,   by Rev, J. Bid ault, O.M.I..
•   at the K. P. Hall, at 8 p.m.
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\        OBITUARY
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ilTUARY       {|
Tbe pall hflQnerfl were all brothei-
Masons, Messrs. J. P. Fink, W, F,
Canu ron. R. Taylor, ot thic city; \V.
Balllie and Thos. Prentice, of Ferule
and H. H. Boss, of Waldo.
Saturday,  April  18j   Cookery Sale by
Parent-Teacher Association.
April
COAL MINERS OCT ON STRIK.r
Dance.
torium.
Good Friday.
"Crucifixion
Church.
ll     Banff   Orchestra
of tlio season, at Audi*
\;iril  18th:       Slalner's
at   Knox Presbyterian
Saturday
['ookini
ladies
April 19th,—Sale of home
nnd candy fn K. P. hall hy
f St. Mary's Church
Tbe strike of the coal miners commenced on Tuesday ut Fernie and other points in District 18, with every
indication Hint thero will ho a long
a vote of thanks was tendered those I drawn out struggle between the mln-
WllO had entertained Ibo lodge With era nnd the operators. In the Crow's
the pleasing tloecrlpUon of New Bran- Nest coal fields it is Htated that there! Easter Monday, April 81: Annual Hos-
swlo.k. Tlio lender. Dr. Miles and Mr. are between five nnd *ix thousand! pftal Bull at the Autiditorium.
Harrison replied suitably. minors out. nnd tbe Inevitable result | —
The tendering of tbe solo, "Smllln'Ms an Immediate slowing up of bust-iEhtster Monday, Apt. 81, — Dance In
Through." by Mr. McDonald added Less ln that part of the Bast Koote- Handley's Hall. Kimberley, in aid
much to the pleasure of the evening,    nay. I    Of the Kimberley Bund.
Mrs, G, K. AMH
Mrs. Gertrude Ellen Ash, sister of
Mr. E. C. Glbbs, postmaster at Creston. died on Tuesday evening at the
St.   Eugene Hospital.    The late Mrs.
Ash has been an inmate of the hospital for the laHt nine weeks suffering from an internal ailment.   She | ^«rn w Cranbrook to about ten days
was In her forty-seventh year.     The when h« wil1 «ae»W to form an ac
remains were shipped to Creston for | ■J]Vfl' branch
Interment. Thursday.
trilled and the benefit that tlie forests are lo ail were clearly shown
With it a scene whs given showing
the careless camper und smoker with
the IneriJoMfl result—thk devostal*
ing forest fire. At the close of the
film the thcntir management wdre
thanked for ihe use of the theatre In
allowing the showing the film to the
children.
Mr.   Lyle.  who is associated  with
Mr. Blyth in lhe work of the assne'n-
tlon left on Thursday evening for
Fernio.     It Is Mr. Lyle's Intention to
arriedlchl ^ l. Helen Oultlngs 67.6; Nellie
Miller 66.1; Kathleen Hab-y 65.6;
Sophie MacGregor 85.4; Blsle Woods
85; Bits Strachan 63.4; Simon Brool
69 8; Vary Huchcrofl 83; Jessie
Bra : 59 t Garnet Patmore 69.8; Nellie Bekagulchl 69; J— Uttle r.s.'j;
Hasel Simpson 66 7. May f *"x 66.8:
Jim Drew 68J; Rose Hot-on 58.7;
Fred Coffey 47 3
s    D WH1TB
(Continued on Page 71
REK0TATI5G  i.oviitNMiM   BTJG.
The contraci woi b-t this week for
painting and decoroi m I govern
ment building The work will include
pnintlnjf inside and out, repairs to tbe
roof, ami kalsomlolng inside, and repairs and alterations, runnii.8 in all
to something over a thousand dollars.
The successful tenderer was J F
Ruoherott of this city.
of    the  association   fi,
THK   HKATIIKII   BULLETIN
■ cmnhrook.
II. M. M.KK>Zli:
jl.AWVKK RETURNS AFTER CASE8
On Tuesday eveninR at the St. Eu- > 	
Kcno Hospital thero pawed away Dan-! A. I. Fisher, prosecuting attorney
lei MoKfln»le, a lumberman from Kit- for the liquor control board In a mim-
choner. The defeased man was about bor of cases that are being heard lie
forty years old. The body l» belnujfore Magtatrate Leask. has been In Ihe
shipped east on Priday to his home In elty during tho greater part of the
Pictou, Sova Scotia. week
(ifH.lal   Thermometer   Heading.   Al
Crnnbrook
Mas  Mln
March 27   <1       86
March 28   *>      -'"'
March 23     <«
Match SO    to
March 31      47
April    1       49
April    2       S2
28
IS
24
27
V,
BANFF ORCHESTRA DANGE
Auditorium, Cranbrook April 11th
Last Appersnce of this Orchestra in Town this Season ?AGE   TWO
THB  CRANBROOK   IIURALS
Vrl.lay, April tt la, 11)21
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V    i.
end WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
|   KIMBERLEY
| NEWS NOTES
***•
Lial   your   i
Bros.
B 11   Hanlej
Monday after
in town .
j. Crocker
•end visitor,
ipcrty   with   Martin1
Hit
eturued to Nelson on
ending bi teta.1 toy"
Vancouver waa
ki.Miir.i:i.i:v public i**************************
SCHOOL  REPORT  FOR     I    i/ i m n r D I   tr v    I
MONTH OF MARCH I   KIMBERLEY    I
1 NEWS NOTES  i
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A number nl tenuis enthusiasts at-
! tended the meeting held on Thursday
i. nidi
Graili
IIIV1SKIN  I,
L'rollek'iicy
Vlll.- Anna Tofelt.
VII,   Louise Fisher.
VI.   Jean Thomllnson.
evening uu tho t'. M. ,t s. Co's olllcea
Mr. Shannon waa In the i-halr.   A ro
Attendance:—Ida Hannlngton, Tom,
S „ors, Albert Hedqulst, Anna To- P°" '">"> ""■' eommltte.
Mi   i lorenco Morrison.   Ales Qough, last week's meetlns was
I, ,id MeKonaie, Edward Holt. l-aulU^ deelded   on   was
Sodcrhol lean Thomllns  Thomas
The Banff Orchestra uon.
day, April Uth, will i'.' B.
nt the Basoball Club.
Wilson.
I'crei i
Johnnie Campbe!
berley, who has been
tn
1
oi Kim-
ltis liome
i:; Nova Bcotla, paa i
.) 1
ib Cran*
luvei* on
Sunday.
Kenneth Young ot
it!
■      :■
tid, nrrl-
ved hero on Sunday.
Before deciding ou
til
it new build-
ing or tliat repair w
Leask, tbe Pioneer
borley and Cranbrouk
orlt
Du.
«, set
lder
: aco,  It.
ot Kim
IStt
A nice Huh* pari}
■ [i
,1   B
row girls
was niven liy Mr. an !
M
r . T
retheway
on Friday,  Mnn 'i  ~
I t.
in
)■ mor ol
little   Evelyn   Tretl
ay'
b rthdny
Clames wore played a
nd
a il u
i ly lun. I1
fn* tbo little onca eu
rvi
id.
Latt r In
tbo evening tho pari
::,',  i
.onttmiod
by a few nl' little Ei
'i l.
n'H i
crown-up
friends.
M,
tago nf
attendance, 00.lt
1.
FLOYD
I.. IRWIN, Tcai
■her.
DIVISION II.
I'm
llclency
V    Bett;
v Mason.
IV,   < In
issie Foote.
t Attend:
nice:    - Albert
Ben-
l cavnni
igh, Marguerite (
!alu-
mny Dai
,'ls, Betty Mason
, KI-
ntgomer:
l, Murray McKenzle,
i   Sergei
mi, liorne Summers,
SI'I.UVAN  1111,1. SCHOOL
REPORT OF SIAMHNdS
AM)ATTENDANCE
Porloct Attomla
ski. Holmer
Katie Skrlbt
percentagi
Proficiency:
John, ,>n.    Qrad
Grnilo   VII.   He
VIII. John Will
Is,
f atti
llililur
Wills,
m      	
June Young, Charlos Barr, Jessie
Bonnet', Chrissie Foote, Arnold Hed-
inlst, Ethol lliiiiiuist. Frank Hopkins.
Arthnr Johnson, Catherine Mawson,
Maxino Murphy, Haggle McLeod. Sam
Soderholm,    Phyllis     Holt.     Isabell
V Ig.
Percentage of nlteudance, vS.ffl.
A. V. STEVENSON
DIVISION III.
I'roliclenry
tirade 111.-- Mary Luellen.
Orade II.—Genevieve Dacre.
Perfect Attendance.—Gonevlevo Dacre. Mary Luellen, Frank Itavls. Bobs
Hannay, Patty Murphy, Beatrice Hop
kins. Kenneth Holt, Iris Carlson, 1-ois
Sptnks, Brnesl Luellen, .lames Thomp-
Ella McKay, Thelma Leltner, Iso-
Lepard,  Thelma  Hntilo, Cllftord
nl. William Young. Robert Wat.
jluas. Alice Pearson. Elmer Cavanagh.
rcentago   of   attendance. 88.39.
0. DIEBOI.T.
DIVISION IV.
I'l-iiliclcney
ado  II;   First Term. — Norman
appolntod at
received. The
Taylor's mill
will bo mndo
■ elected:
! LUKE CREEK MILK
* From
£  Till. BIG LUKE CREEK
DAIRY V.UM1
For Sule In Klmbcrlcj nl
10c per Quart
IM'IIJTY ABSOLUTELY
GUAKASTEKI)
Burdett.
Qrado
(deleter.
XI
i; Second Term.—Marguerite
First  Term;  "A"  Francis
[jooney.   "!.'' .lean Tbotnas.
Perfoct Attendance:—Norman Burdett, Alan Chomat, Louise Dacre. Al-
Davia, (hide (lautbler, Zona
iUbs. Thomas Mawson, Marguerite
Mel • r, Roy Morrison, Corrie MeKay,
ii .roldone Anderson, UoaB nennett,
James Dlmor, Victor Gauthier, James
Johnson, Burton McLeod, Iris Morrison, Qeorge Nevln, Jean Plant, Isley
Slaw ter, Margaret Tale. Jean Thomas,
Katharine Thomson.
Percentage of attendance, 91.90.
It UTH E. FOX.
When Von Think of Insurance
— fall Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phone 2fi     ::     Cranbrooit
Sole Agents for Kimberley Tunnslle.
where three clay court
an soon OH possible.
Tbe Following olllcers wore
Hon. President ., B, 0. Montgomery
President   X. W. Burdett
Vice President      A. A, Ward
Soc-Treaa  I. B. Qclgcrlch
Committeej A. B. Jackson. M. Edmunds, W. E. Altcheson,
Uulies' Committee: Mrs. Ward, Mrs.
Shannon, Mrs. Lord, Mies Stevenson.
Tbe  Ladles'  Aid  of tbo Methodist
Church are having an Apron Sat
afternoon tea April Oth irom 8 to 0,
The Concentiutor Dance on Friday
evening was well attended atul everyone enjoyed themselves thoroughly.
Miss B, Drummond spenl the weekend in Cranbrook,
Mrs. E, Marsden has been confined
to Uio hospital for several days.
Robert Walker, accountt.nl Tor the
Consolidated ai Tadanae, was a visitor here this week.
Anyone considering taking life Insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
have specialized ln that business for
fifteen years. 15tf
Mr. H. L Porter, principal of the
Cranbrook High School, will give an
illustrated talk iu tbe Kimberley
sebool this (Friday) evonlng ut S.30.
Not only Is Mr. Porter very familiar
Willi his subject but be bus also over
one hundred lantern slides which he
will use. This should prove very in
foresting as well as Instructive aud it
is hoped that there will be a good attendance. An admission of twenty-
five cents will Im charged to cover expenses.
Kimberley's baseball club held ib
first meeting of tbe season on Thursday last in Handley's Hall. A largo
number of fane were in attendance,
During the evening it was decided to
be independent of any league. The
following officials were elected:
President      J.  O'Neill
Secretary   J. B. Qelgertch
Treasurer   L. S. Shannon
Manager       Prank  McMahon
; WYCLIFFE NOTES *,
Mrs. A. Larson and baby daughter
roturned to their home on Tuesday
last,
Several of the men employed at the
camps have recently been Joined by
their families who will reside at Wycliffe.
Hid) Fox, trapper and prospector of J J
Uio district, came in from tbo headwaters of Perry Crook on Saturday
with the polls from some of his winter's catch. Including a very flue benr
skin.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
—o—
BOOTS AMI SIKH'S
Null Casus nml Trunks
OVERALLS
Boola and Shoes Neatly Repaired
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
STAPLE & FANCY QIIOCERIES
GENT'S   FURNISHINGS
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES AND HOSE
—RUBBERS,   GLOVES   ETC.—
- SEE US FOR PRICES—
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Keillors in Coal ami Wood
TllAXSFlll IVOEH D0NB
Tell your wives and tell your
friends
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NOW OPEN
•    •    •
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
A LA CARTE SERVICE
*TmVJmW.
WEDDING
BUNM.I.1.-SI.AWTEK
Ou Friday, March Uth, at the home
of D. A. Macdonald, Cranbrook, B.C.,
Edward Olundell and Mina Margaret
Slawter, both of Kimberley. B.C.
They wero attended by the bride's
brother. Jim H Slawter, and her
sister, Mls9 Hose Slawter.
Former Rep. Paul Howland \n*t >
ex - Senator Geo. Chamberlain,
counsel for Atfy-Gen. Pnugherty,
daily,* attend the Senate Committee
investigation into Daugherty's administration of the Department of
Justice.
{'ONn.NTKATi:S WILL
BE NHIiTI.li TO EUROPE
PROW S. WESTMINSTER
Shipments of Klmborloy concentrates, from the port ofNcw Westminster
to Belgium will begin at an early date.
Mr. A. X. Skill, representative iu Vancouver, for tho Consolidated Mining
& Smelting Company of Trail, which
also owns and operates the big concentrator at Kimberley, whence the
ores are to be shipped to Belgium, returned on Priday Irom Seattle, and
:iis mission to close a contraat with
lho Northern Pacific Railway for a
sub-lease of their duck on tbe riverfront at New Westminster, was entirely successful it is understood.
Hids were closed at the Northern
Pacific uHlces In Vancouver for re-
planklng the entire dock of the wharf
and the City Council of New Westminster will be asked u» approve the proposed agreement of turning over the
lease lo the big smelting company. A
clause in the original lease specifically reB-rves to the city prior right
to dock ships at the wharf. That tbe
Lilty will waive this right iu favor of
the Consolidated Company is almost
certain, preliminary discussions having been held on tliat point.
The C.P.R. Is busily engaged In
converting lflO big steel coal ears to
bring the concentrates to tbo coast
be concentrates will be brought to
Coquttlam yards and switched lo New
Westminster as they are required for
loading Into the steamers which will
sorry them to Antwerp.
At least 100,000 tons will be shipped this year to Belgium. Tbis will
require, it is anticipated, at least two
learners a month to load at this port
lleturn cargoes are being arranged
for tbe steamers. Shipments aie ex
peeled to commence from  Kimberley
it Iii ti the next mouth or so.
For Reliable Jewelry
Chinaware & Optical Goods
Call at J.C.ADAMS
Kimberley Jewelry Store
Watch Our Windows for the Latest Goods — New Goods
ArrhIng .Ml tin* Time,
THY OUR WATCH REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
KIHKKRLEY     -     B.C.
FIfty-tWO settlers In the Merville
district, Vancouver Island, the majority of whom aro war vot'rans, have
been awarded judgment In supremo
court at Vancouver against tbe Comox
lagging and Hallway Company,
claims for loss sustained through
forest fire, July 0, 1922. Tho court
decided thut tho company was guilty
of negligence In that it oporntcd
I gging locomotive with a defective
spark arrester, and also that It allow
ed debris to accumulate In proximity
its railway. Aggregate damage
claimed approximated $125,000. There
were 48 claims for properly destroyed
three claims for personal Injuries, and
omprnsutlon for the death Of K-yeur
old Jack Clifford.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada Limited
OFFICES, BMEI.TINO AND RBFININO DEPARTMENT
THAN,,    ISIIII'I .11    (IIU MHIA
SMELTERS  AND  REFINERS
I'lirchtiieriof (.-old, Silver, Copper, I.iml & /.Inr Ores
Prodrieersof Gold, Silrer, Copper, Pig l.end und Zlne     [||
"TAIUNAC" BRAND
| Secretary of Navy
Judge Curtis Wilbur, California
Supreme Court Justice and ft graduate of the NftVftl Academy In 1888.
has accepted tha folio In President
Co»U£/e «Mm| eObft M« Urn*
WYCLIFFE SCHOOL REPORT
DIVISION J.
Honor Hell
Grade VIII.—Dorothy McClure S2.2;
.Margaret. McClure 80.5; Johan Pederson 77.7.
Grade 7— Florence McClure. Francos Foster, Thomas Clark, Helen McClure, Harry Ireland. Harold John-
ion, Florence McDermid, George
Tanner, Maria Peder&on, Juntos Tanner, Hobble Leggett
tirade 0 -   Phyllis Staples.
Grade 5 — Helen Marunchak, ,Alen
Yager, Camilla Pederson. Opal Quick,
Walter Johnson, Joseph Taylor.
Grade 4 — Lily Poho, Victor Marunchak, Helen Utppln, Ed I tha Clark.
Winnie Fisher, Teresa Mnrzocco,
Hairy Johnson, WHlte Turner, Brtt-
GBt Foster. Olaf Pederson, George
Quick, Frank Charters,
Perfect Attendance — Johan Ped
erst u, Margaret McCluro, Dorothy
McClure, Frances Footer, Maria Ped-
]■,■(.ii. Florence MoDormld, Helen
UcCluro,    Florence McClure.    Harry
reliiud,  Thomas Clark, George Tan-
ir, Jam os Tanner, Helen Marun-
■hak. Walter Johnson. Alex Yager.
■Mllba (Mark. Victor Mnrunchak,  Er-
ost Foster,   George   Quick.    Harry
illnson   Winnie Fisher.    Lily Poho,
'Mile Tanner, Helen l.appln.
ELINOR CURLEY
Division li.
Grade :i — Ulla-Cla'n Staples. H:i-
old McCInre, Adr.un APejrotto, Han- \
ies Poho, Florence Johnson, Annie'
Ireland.
(Irado 2 -- Peggy Cox, Attto Poho,
Jara Clark, Annlo Marunchak,.
Perfect Attendance — Sara Clark,
Paulino Crowe, Peggy Cox, Hazel
Foster, Edna Johnson, Margaret
lohnBon, Florence Johnson, Annlo
Marunchak, Hannos Poho, Elmore
Hapleo, Edo Cantaruttt.
AGNES REEKIE, Teacher
Bank Cashier: "Good Morning,
sonny.   And what ran I do for you?"
Sonny: "Please sir, I wnnt a cheque hook for a lady that folds In the
middle."
a number of local ladies met at the
homo of Mrs. Thomas Ireland on Friday afternoon for the purpose of forming a sewing club. The meeting decided to go ahead with the formation
of tiie club, and, with the assistance
of the Sunday School, an attempt will
be made to finance a community
Christmas Tree at the end of the
year. Thoso present were: Mrs. H
Caldwell. Mrs. C. Jolinson, Mrs. W. J.
Cox, Mrs. A. Yager, Mrs. N. McClure,
Mrs. R. H. Trew, Mib. L. Crowe, Mrs.
S. G. Clark and Mrs. A. Staples. At
the close of the meeting tea was served by th* hostess
Mr. P. Pellegrln, who accompanied
his brother-in-law, Mr. G. Martini to
Vancouver recently, when the latter
waB painfully injured In the eye by a
flying Piece of steel, returned on Friday last. The Injured man consulted
an eyesight specialist at the coast
olty, but it was found impossible to
save the sight of his eye, which had
to be taken out and as a result of the
operation he will be confined to the
lu.spital at Vancouver for two weeks
or more.
Wycliffe sportsmen heartily endorse the decisions of the recent
meeting of the Rod & Gun Club ot
Cranbrook; being particularly pleased at the action taken with regard to
planting wild rice in the various lak-
c; and sloughs. It Is felt that the
(lights of ducks which each year In I
this district grow smaller, would
again attain the dimensions and numbers or a few years ago. if the feed
along the Inke Bhores were replenished.
It is indeed surprising to find acts
of vandalism such as have been practised near Wycliffe during the past
few days. We refer to the wreck of
the Gray Dort car which was burnt
on the road between here and Cranbrook. Apparently ot the opinion
thai Uie owner had not suffered sufficient loss, petty thieves have stripped the car of practically everything
in the way of fixtures untouched by
fire. 11,  u-jjjjtf
The dance at Wa«a last Saturday
night attracted several local people
to that town. Among those who attended wero J. Johnson, H. Munro,
W. Johnson, and P. Franzen.
At a meeting held in the club house
on Monday night of this week, an
initial, but very Batista lory step was
taken toward the "community Bplrlt"
Idea. Mainly, the idea and purpose of
the meeting was the disposal of monies collected last year for the proposed swimming pool, and, as that proposition did not prove feasible, some
other use had necessarily to be made
of the sum donated. After much discussion the money was appropriated
as follows: To the purchase of another pool table for the club, $100;
To the use of committee for children's
•♦+*W**+***<H**+-H.++^
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SI.AII WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
•>
sports and amusements, $100; and
the remainder, amounting to $76, to
be used by tlie committee for purchasing new club equipment and for a
free community dance and entertainment which will bo put on in the near
future. With Mr. H. Munro as chairman of tlio committee of seven, and
hearty co-oporatloni of Wycliffe citizens, the social "get-together" affairs
which were set back by tbe scarlet
fever dining tlie winter, should be re-
| vlved witli nn added punch and enjoyment.
HEALING
SOOTHING
ANTISEPTIC
Sawmill for Sale!'
One hay wire sawmill.
Nice now location.
Ten-mile haul.
To shipping station.
Half mile cr plank road
Rest of it mud,
six bridges, all condemned,
But otherwise good.
Timber yellow Jack pine
Very few knots.
Awfully sound
Between rotten spots.
Fiiebox boiler.
Flues leak some.
Injector patched
With chewing gum.
Darn good whistle
Ami carriage track.
Nino feet left
Of old smokestack.
Belts a little ragged.
Rats ate the laces,
Head saw is cracked
In a couple of places.
The engine knocks
And is loose on Its base,
And the flywheel's bioke
In Just one place.
There's a pile of side lumber
And a few cull ties,
But they've been attached
By some creditor guys.
There's a mortgage on tlie laud
That's now past due,
And I still owe
For tbe machinery, too.
But if you want to gel rich
Here's tlio place to begin.
For ItH a darn good layout
For the shape if*. In.
Canadian Lumberman,
Further rumors are afloat to the
[effect that at least two of tho thiough
poss'inger trains will—in tlio near
future—be touted over the Kootenay
Central Railway.—Golden Slar.
r
You can get
at Us;
THEN WHY TRUST THE
STRANGER?
Hundreds of People in Canada
nre bolng victimized these days
by fraudulent subscription ng-
ents. who take the money but
don't deliver the goods. This is
particularly true ot magazine
subscriptions.
Next time a stranger tries lo
sell you a magazine remember
that—
We can sell you the same
magazine for the same—often a
better— price.
Further—wo absolutely guarantee regular delivery of the
magazine or your money back.
The stranger comes—you know
nothing as to his bona tides—
and goes.
We're hero to stay. If anything
goes wrong
YOC CAN l.ET AT IS
I,et us quote you prices on nny
magazines or papers you nre
Interested In.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
riionr IN - Cranbrnok It.C.
Special Hales (Juried on Colli*
hliiiitlon SiibH<Tli'.lni.H. Fhlny, April Hli, 1924
THS   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE THREE
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I      WINDERMERE    ::
I   DISTRICT NOTES ii
EH-H-M".".' l"H"l"l l'i' I'lll l"l' tW
(Special lo the Herahl)
Inrermore, B.C., March 26.—Word
has recently come lo hand of the death
of Mr. Francis S. Kenwnrd, In Rho-
iks':i, .South Africa. Mr. Kenward,
Willi Ilis wife and family came lo this
part to scttlo In 1912. Prior to that
date ho had heen a solicitor In Lou-
don. For many years tie farmed a
small holding on lnvermere Heights.
During that period ho took an active
t ia all that would lend to - uiUt
tlio Windermere district. Leaving
wonl tn reside In England
nuiiv fiiit recently resolved to
up laud in Rhodesia and had
thitlior witli tits young sun,
when be wns overtaken,
r th
1 liver-
s    hold
Ladies,
S Attention   I
i i
1  C, JOE  linos.  Ladies' Tailors =
are prepared to make llial new  r.
BPIilNO SUIT tor you   In   tho |
very Latest styles.
n
Gentlemen's Sell*
.Made Te Order |
The Very Latest Styles |
:   Cleaning * Pressing   : i
C. JOE BROS. I
CRANBROOK STREET I
Opposite  Bank ot Commerce   1
P.O. liox am s
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: HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH |
I   IS THK PLACE TO EAT. |
W|;Ite Ilel|i Only Is Employed. *>
Vim uili find litis Caie a Homey %
,.      Place lo Enjoy lour Meals      %
ALEX. HURRY   *    Prop.   %
* a.\. a .$..*.,•,.£..}, .*..;.>;*.;. j**;* *>•;**;• *%aaaaa va
olC Club, Limited,
ok Shortly bofore lhe mo t-
ie was alao hold the annual
tuvarmore Qolf and
,-tinn ot Ih"
<• cloao oui
tUolr buainees anil pass within lhe
Invenuoro Golf Club, Limited, which
none,*ni aflflumeo all llnbilltlos and
talus all uaaetB. This marked the
fi; kL amiiiial mooting of tho Bharehol-
floro of the Invormoro Golf Club, Ltd,
The interest, shown was very leen.
This conterod about tho new golt
course In particular, which lias been
in tho making tor some yours. It- is
situated on. a piece oE ground Immediately south of the townsite and ln
area will comprise some 50 odd acres
for tho nine hole course. The round
presents many natural hazards, also
Is surrounded with the moot beautiful outlook on to Lake Wlndormere.
Tho length of lhe course is approximately 2000 yard!.. The following
wero elected directors: Or. F. IS. Coy,
A. O. Cuthbert, \V. 11. Cleland, R. G.
Newton. Frank C. Stockdale, Evelyn
M. Sandilands, E. a. Erlckson.
Mr. H. C. RayBon, superintendent of
the K2 ranch, shipped out a number of
pedigreed Herefotd bulls to the bull
sale at Kamloops last week. He will
bo in personal attendance,himself at
the sale.
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SHILOH STOPS
THAT COUGH
Your grand-parents uisd it Safe,
sure and efficient Small dost
meona economy, ami brings quick
relief, hue" not upset the ti J
Try Shiioh, .lite. 60c ami $i 20      1
The Right Spring Tonic
For All The Family
Every man, woman end child will feel
brighter, happier and healthier this
spring if they take
Celery King  ;
•/ *l>    tied ui
Editor, Cranbrook Herald.
Sir:
j 1 see that the Conservative candidate in many ridings in the province
j lias been chosen and announced, nnd
11 am not alone in feeling that we In
here rbould becoma active in the matter, I do not believe in a last minute
' whirlwind campaign,
i As an ardent supporter ot Conner
votive policies nnd one with as vital
i interests in tho community as anyone,
: I would like to call on the Conserva-
j lives in this district to pet together
Und show some life.
1 live at a distance and it is noticeable on my infrequent visits to town
that there Is a certain political apathy, which is more striking after a remit vir-i* to Cranbrook. where they
. scorn well organised and agog with
enthuelasm. Can we nol work up
j something a little more solid and decisive thnn Hie mere mentioning of
Peoplo should decide and
know whom they are going to be asked (o voic for long ahead ot an eleo-
tlon, to enable individuals to quietly
and consistently work In advance for
the cause, as well as to give the can-
IWato ;i chance
i he i o rval von are golue to win
ho in si elei tion and we do not want
the futui a ni .mot r for this riding to
ill « ih the opposition.
i cannot understand why wo In this
■ [o i .'i hold regular meetings.
We have had Informal mooting*,
formed ti dlstrlcl association and let
II ta si that.
\t one of those meetings I was
trprlaed to bear move than one
uggested as our candidate,
when, with many othors, l had belle-
red ili;ii the man the district most
leslrBd, and who is bent Milted antl
of the
rtoel-
to fii'iit (or lho Interests
nhia  riding, was long ag
ganizatlon, the people of this district
invited Mr. A. M. chislu/lm to stand
for the nomination. His acceptance
* universally popular, and he
would hav,; gained the nomination and
won the seat had his constituent.-; been
und    the   delegates appointed and the time of our
alive
earlier to Miiable tbem to work Ln advance.
It is only fair that the Conserve
tives should now choose the future
member from the Windermere dis-1
trict, and there Ib no one who has
worked more consistently and continuously for bis party than Mr. Chls-!
holm. Without ostentation and at'
personal expense he has plugged away
and few p.ople realize what he has'
been doing for many years. Is it fair i
then (with the greatest deference to i
thers whose name!: have been put
forward) after inviting a man lo run
at one election, und when he has not,
had a chance to win the seat, to men-!
lion alternative names for the next
lection, as waa done at our last dlstrlcl meeting? Every Britisher is familiar with tho saying "11 is not cricket," and this might be aptly applied
to tiie present position.
It shows either the disintegration of
the party, or an inexcusable loss of
memory.
The flro! spells disaster, tlie second
shows utter Indifference, and iu either case it would he Icbs trouble to
lei the Liberals back by acclamation,
even save many the exertion of I ravelling to vote. The seat in this riding
li*, ours for the taking, if we will only
get together, choose our man, and
work solidly behind him.
People must remember that choosing a representative is not the end,
and a candidate should uot be left
alone to do all the fighting. He has
tho right to expect and demand that
his people give him their solid backing.
Wake up Columbia riding! Choose
your Conservative candidate! Choose
him woll! Good material is scarce
and the Windermere district has some
in Mr. A. M. Chlsholm whose business
interests cross no one's, who has no
axe to grind, and who accepted the
call before solely for the honor he
hoped to find In It. Let us concentrate and make that honor the more
acceptable.
Oliver, the P.O.E. and the third
party are in tho melting pot, Tlie
country in these strained limes, never needed a sane, steady, solid government so much as now, and Conservatism never had a better chance
to prove its worth.
Shall we in here, take this chance,
or shall we carry on in n "haug-dog,"
"don't care." "self centered" fashion?
Agriculture    Is   stagnant   and    beijig
abandoned by peopl
of a BUltablo credit
ly assistance in the
lod the world has kj»
control   has   become
wasting our money
tives. far more ihuu
duys.
Prosperity is dancing ahead, hut
she U not going *a be caught by apathy, antagonism, royal commissions,
iat Sii.OOO a day), heavy debts, unpopulated areas, farcical nets.
Conservatism is tho cue policy to
c.'.udi her. Shall we try, or are we
going to leave the Job for our children? If by then this attractive and
elusive lady has not beckoned them to
another country.
I trust, sir, that thi*. expression of
tny views will not overtax
and remain.
Your* laklifully
(i   C   II
CROW'S NEST FREIGHT
AGREEMENT TO TAKE
EFFECT IN .11 LY NEXJ
ordered    by    the    Government.    The
Western  Branch Lines Bill  killed  in
our space, j'be Senate last session, will again be
introduced. This provides for a three'
year program covering an expenditure j
COLEMAN ! of about $..8.0(10,000.   Should the Sen-.
| ate again reject the measure, that yen- |
rabbi body may conceivably b come I
i real live issue iu Canadian polities,
Mother and 19 Ib. Baby
No  Further Effort tn Ih- )lnd<-
Towards Extending Agreement InuiH'tl for War Years
STOCKBREEDERS AT
WINDERMERE HOLD
THEIR ANM AI. MEETING
lu a further attempt to lighten
western burdens, It is understood to
b; the intention of tbe Dominion government from present Indications, to
permit the Crow's Nest Pass Agreement of lfci'7 to come bach in full force
after July 7th, next. Tbe agreement
which particularly affects west bound
rates on the prairies, was suspended
In its entirety during the war. Two
sessions a^o, however, the ratts on
wheal and flour provided for in the
agreement, were restored by the r resent government with the strong appro
viul of the Progressives. A furtlier
suspension of the rest of the agreement was, however, ordered; nud this
suspension was again extended by
Oriier-iii-Council for one year ending
with next July, ll is noi (lie present
intention of the government to take
any further action; and the agrement
will automatically he restored to its
entirety after July 7th. The westbound rates on many commodities til—
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere. B.C., March 26. — The
annual general meeting or the Windermere District Stockbreeders Association was held at Windermere this
week. This marks tlie eighth annual
meeting since the founding, a record
Unit Is not held possibly by any other
association of its class in the interior.
Tho reports as read showed the
organization io he solvont und that
good work bad been done continuously, Mr. Arthur J. Walker was elected prosldent, Major F. B. Young, vice
president aud Itasll (i. Hamilton, soc.-
troasuror.
it was determined   to   again join
with the agricultural  association  in
tlie holding of n Pat Stoek Show to he
hold on ihe last Friday and Saturday
in AugUBl. All members will again be
made members of the Hritish Columbia Stockbreeders Association.
Mr. Angus Hay. the district agriculturist at Cranbrook was re-elected an
honorary member. Mr. John A. Buck-
ham, the member for Columbia riding
dented Honorary President. Au
is going to be mado for
eluding agricultural Implements, can
tied goods, lumber, gasoline, etc., wIlllWUH
be affected thereby, and the pre-war urgent drlvi
rates will obtain,   ln this   onncctlon j members.
the continued increase of the Cnnad-     T,ie balance shoot    for   last   year
fan .National Railway earnings, under showed total receipts of $415.06 and a
Sir Henry Thornton's management, Is »mall balance still remaining at tbe
an important factor, bnnk. an caalt on hand.
A   full   and   free   Inquiry   into   the! *♦ * —
Home Hank failure, from tbe time the1    A man Is but a worm of tho duat-
charler    for    the defunct bank    wis, he comes along, wiggles about awhile
granted until the crash came, hns been .and finally BOtne chicken gets him.
FORT STEELE
NOTES
•AW-WyWWrVWWVWW
Mr J. Crook*
work repairing
Wild Horse.
its a gang of men at
the   road   along   tho
.Mr. and Mrs, J. Wise moved from
the Jap ranch to their own plact last
i week.
j The children who have had the meju
tsles here are out again and no fur-
i ther cases reported.
I Mr. John Miller Ip busy
i hts effects from Westport to
I at Rampart.
removing
his ranch
A iiinoteen.pourid baby boy was
ir.rn to Mrs. Wm. Ilcnion. wife of
i tamer nt Ogdembure, N. J. This
n tho soM-.ith child.
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WHEN   A  ^\AN   'Af,xe'5
root.   OF   HIMSELF , HE
USE*)   MIGHTY   CH£t\P
MATERIAL   EH?
apurov-iratabl-laxntlvB ,,.;,!■ j. ,„, ,[ prevloin lo lite laul provincial
up llio   itomnch. cleniuei th,- Moo.I ,     '         ,._
■nd stimulate, the liver   Take three 'l"""1  which  was a  farce for the
turn's a week for three weeke  every. Ooiworvatlvoa   in   here,   ami   which
One needs a aprlng tonic  80c and 00c ,\)0tm\ tho roaulte ot tho lack of or-
1   CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.    |
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|      Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Caw a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousinp.
SAND andGUAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT          C1UNBKOOK, B.C.      II
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MINARD'S LINIMENT
Kins of Pain
JaWpk' ttiisilt rtrntkifftr Hhamotlim and Htumtijo, Snrr ]■>**(, Spraim, Stnl
Ovtlllitt,.' un.v urt nml Brubtt
REUBVBD '"ii. I'M*.
Mln itiiiii TarMittiM, ti Trafalgar St,St Thomai, Ont. "My irantlmolhir *
milijiV im hi »"'■ i'i' •'■ .itn.tiMtl Um'.iII mi' (i.mi my pl.iyiuiili-. tn ho f     '
,..r.t..   .i M,ii-ml. I.>. i     I   .i. '.It.fi un>.,l:..iK ., .1 .| III.. i, ,1 ll.
i|,1J,r.!.lVu'll,lK!i>Ui.ii'...\,i,  li .,ii|.i ''*l'(.-l.'.ll..,w.p;k!yiliditvHtll-|.
Minurd's  Unlmcnt Company
Umltod
VAKHOUTtl
NOVA SCOTIA
Mr T Pulton has improved tha Pe-
x   Rocque   i>1hco   «i(h   a   now   wirs
The Boy Scouta hikva \o Horaeshofl
tO,Ma on Sunday under the Icidorflhiii
>f acting Scoutmaster Malcolm Mack*
Mra Howard took a load cf young
folks for a motor ride to Wasa on Sun-
lay afternoon.
Tiu> Community Sunday School bai
rhaoged the meeting time to 11 a.m.,
uni this has Imd a tendency to In-
reaae the attendance.
The QirU Baaketball Team have
called a dance for Friday. April 4th.
Here's hoping for a big crowd.
Jim Fulton has left tht* TrnditiR Co..
and luu gone out on the government
road with Mr Crooks' gang.
Toagl To Laughter
; Here's to Laught?r, the Btmablne of
I ihe soul, tho happiness if tht heart
i the leaven of youth tlie echo of inno-
fcence.the treasure of the humble, the
wealth of the poor, the pearl In the
cup of pleasure. Without it humo;
(would im dumb ,wll would wither, dim*
j plea would disappear, and smiles
j would shrivel. It dispels dejection,
banishes the hints and mangle* melancholy, for it te the foe of woe. the
■destroyer of depression, the birth cry
Iof mirth and the swan song nf gad-
' ness.
By -Noll)
An old resident of Alaska hid never
seen a motor car. One 'lay he was
astonished to sc** one to by, but was
dumbfounded when it a... followed by
a motor cycle,
"Gee. whis!" he said, "who'd 'a
s'posed thai thing had a colt!"
IV rim p*. - Perhaps
Wash: "Oh. and this Is your
see, what is your birth-
.01'*;
Ml
' birthday
] stone?"
Mrs. Tubb
grindstone,"
"I dtinn
-it must he a
Mount  Nii-i-l" i«   HapM   »<  Ihi  ' "i.Mlun   II.-.I.m    mir  Ih
Iiuit ■bo*». RallrHd Y.M.r.A. at tttnors, Onl. 9
D KOVISIONS made for the welfare of employee*,
who are temporarily away from their home
terminals are important factors in the successful
operation of railroads, particularly in Canada, where
divisional terminals are often located at small places
where there is poor accommodation, if any, for the
transient or periodical visitor, and pructically no
facility for amusement. Few men arc satisfied to
stop over at frequent intervals in places where they
cannot obtain the ordinary comforts of life, and for
this reason, to keep its men on the job, as well as
for the reason that it desires its employees to enjoy
the advantages of- good food, rest and recreation
-whenever possible, the Canadian Pacific Railway
has very earnestly supported various Railroad
Y.M.C.A. s along its lines. At almost every terminal
some provision is made for the train crews along
the town, and its good work so impressed the officers
of the company with its possibilities that at the end
of one year the building was practically taken over
by them. This was really the nucleus of the greater
organization, and Railroad Y's will now be found at
Cranbrook, B.C., Field, B.C., when* the Company
gave the magnificent Mount Stephen House; Kenora,
Ont, where the second association became established; Ignnce, where a splendid new building is in
course of construction; White River, Chapleau and
Cartier In Ontario, and Brownville Junction, Maine.
In most of these places the institution is of civic
importance. Moving picture shows are arranged
sometimes twice a week, and these are patronised
by the whole town, Most of the "indoor" entertainments are open to visitors, but the outdoor sports
are organized almost solely by and for the railroad
Y.M.C.A. lines, but the   Company   has   been   more employees and their families. 'Tennis, football, base-
Interested in providing quarters in such places as ball and other snorts are organized, and Divisional
afford no other accommodation, such as White River,
Chapleau and Cartier, small towns in Ontario, which
really owe their existence to the fact that they are
railway divisional points,   Altogether ten buildings
tottraunmita  and  matches  are  arranged   in  which
both the male and female employees take part. Each
Y    is equipped  with  bowling alleys  and  billiard
tables, and competition In these snorts is no Ipsb keen
have been given over by the railway company to between the various districts and towns.     1
Y.M.C.A. work, and ln addition to supplying and
equipping the buildings, the Canadian Pacific supplies light, heat and repairs and makes a monthly
grant of money to each. The Young Men's Christian Association oversfcu the building at approximate
cost, and where a profit Is made this is put back Into
the service.
i The value of the organization cannot be fully
appreciated by <*her than those who know its workings. The engineers and trainmen, after driving
through tha snow and cold, find an open fire, a good
meal and cheerful companionship awaiting them at
the end of a journey. They can enjoy practically
all the comforts of a home and the satisfaction which
« .IU1* -n-WM-taaT to note, however, that the first,this gives them and the general effect it has on the
Y.M.C.A. on Canadian Pacific lints waa started by morale and well-being of tha employee* generally,
the enplo-ftes and citlsaoa at RavelsUke ta 181)6,, amply«     •   " ■    •■       *     ■
TUa
sm lfe» fttaajiif fw tta latfu hmmj
Appropriate
I    Porter (aftor tenant hus rung for
five mlnntoa): "Did you ring, sir?"
I    Tenant:   "No—no   Indeed     I   woi
jjust toll log the ii'-'i   We thoughl yoa
were dead."
•   •   •   •
Truck Hrher\ Heaven
"My idea of Heaven,"
Said Aaron K Agatohead,
Tin- well-known truck driver,
■is a long stretch ot pavement
Full of holes and puddles ol w;.t. 1
And the curb Until wllh peoplo
All dressed In white."
ease
[Vol Quite Bare
it waa au American tourist's fir-<i
riall to Edinburgh, and in- nud numerous enqulrtee of on old native of
the town regarding placoi of Interest.
After the old mnn bad satisfied hts
tMral for knoviledgo iti regard to
thniKs romantic and historic, he inquired, "Say. when do you have eum*
mrr iu this old town?"
"Well, I'm nn vorra anro" replied
the old Scotsman, thoughtfully, "bul
last yoar It was ou a Wednesday."
Reply to Collection Letter
A meiThnni  received '.1.:^ !< it' r In
his mall the other morning-
Door Sir:
1 ree'd your latter aboul whal
I owoa you Now in* poahentt 1
alnt forgol you- and as folk- pays
tne I'll pays you bul II (IiIh was
jurif:intuit day and yon wan no
moro prepared to meet your (J«hI
than I am your BCOOOtll then you
tthoiH would ga to holt.
Uood Buy
Victoria*—Three aud a half million
illara, or nearly 20 per cent of the
whole revenue of the province, is the
imated direct Rain from the timber
resources of the province during the
coming fiscal year Timber license*
are expected to produce $1,250,000,
royalties $1,600,000. timber scales
$850,000, and timber leases $100,000.
Water Notice
DIVERSION AXD 08E
TAKK NOTICE that William Heap
Holland, whose address is Fairmont
S] lings, B.C., will apply for a license
to take and use 1,000 gallons per day
of water out of Cold Spring f'reek.
which flows south west and drains in-
0 the *"clui..bla River about one quarter mile north of point where south
line of Sub-Lot 40S4 joins Columbia
river. The water wit] be diverted from
the .-tream at a point about 450 feet
X..V.W of th»* north-east corner post
t Sub-Lot 4*i. Block 45&6. and will be
used for domestic purposes upon the
land described as Sub-Lot 188, Block
1696.
This notice wa« posted on the
ground on the 19th day of March. 1924
\ copy of thll notice and an application pursuant thereto and to tho
'Water Act. 1&14." win be filed in the
offlce of the Water Recorder at Wilmer. Objections to the application
may be filed with the Water Recorder
with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Building!, Vleto-
B.C., within thirty day. after the
first appearance of this notice In a
local newspaper
WILLIAM  HKAP   HOLLAND   Applicant.
By P  C  Turner, Agent
The date of the first publication of
his notice ih March 81th, 1924        5-S
»>•■'   •    £*»
'TiK^...k>
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
Iih Postmaster Genera 1, will be r*
solved at Ottawa until noon. 00 Friday,
the 2ml day of May, 1924, for the conveyance of HVi Majesty's .Mails, on a
proposed ('ontract Mr a period not
exceeding four yeurs. once and twice
per day on the route Fernie and Street
l^'ttcr Boxes, from the I'ontmastor
Qcneral'i pleasure.
Printed notices containing furthor
Information as to conditions of proposed <\.ii tract may he seen and blank
formi ol Tender may be obtained at
the Post Offlce of Fernie. B.C., and at
the OfflM of the Dtetliot Superintendent of PoaUl Service.
I). A. BRUCE,
I'i'.hn t   Sup'i of P.«U1 Serviru
lit si rid  Hupertntendmt'M  Offlce,
Calgary,
March 211k, 11Z*. „ tl TAOB FOUR
THE GBASBBOOK HERALB
Friday, April III), 1021
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Prom  all   the   WOll   known   Art
sffil* /
insa?v< w#"*"'" "u'"°''"" :""'"'"i
^-'  ;«^«]    TEA SETS
twenty
years
AGO
^Attracts
Trom 'Hie Cranbrook
Herald
ot
this date.
1903.
Tzjf-tfp2^ !7^S&TT^N -.—.»-   —  til    Followln:    i      -.1    ■■
KW ^P DINNER SETS l|X
lectin?, Uie constrn I oi   ol an alternative routo trow Proctor to tho St. i
Mary's Valley, in order lo eliminate j
Un' terry trip on tlio Kootenay lake.    I
Liberals 1'ront all over the Interior
inoot lust week in a hi:.' convention
at Rosslaud. Thoso attending from
Cranbrooit wore It. K   Boattlo, J. P,
ItKTI HNS FROM SESSION
til    RAILWAY  OFFICIALS
HELD XT QUEBEC
Mil.   II.
.tl ami T. 13.
1)1)8011,
delight nud surprise i
COME   IN   TODAY
RAWORTH BROS.
1    C.V.R, WATCH INSPECTOR NEXT TO THB POST OFFICE    I season on
Biiiiiiioiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiniiii!]"i»»"»i»»»!l "Illill! imuiuiiuki uiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiDininiiiincl   wosl l<
party of C. P. It. officials, it is announce additions wtll be tnudo! ti,„ townsite office reports a very.
1 to tlio company's shops hero, us well brisk season In town property, nnd a
I ns the Installation ot additional mu- „,.,,.„ ueal ,„■ UU|]ajng ,,f .,n uiihIk is
I chlnery und giving employment to a
1 good many moro mon.
li a moetlue wns held this week I"
I discuss tho lacrosse club, und it wus
I'd.cidi'il to reorganise tor the coining
I'season on n stronger scale than ovor.
rojoclod.   Juntos (
nor.  ono  ot  the
ontractors has    In
band now work]
mounting in all in
iver twenty ihou-
und dollars,   in al»
in j i.
iii a tlor.cn ilii'for-
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the charges made, and give the police Lhe op
portunity to clear themselves irom the innuend
068.
X O T !•:    AND    CO M M E N T
London, Out., is experimenting In ;i mllu
way with the Bible tn the schools. Thore is a
widespread belief thai definite and firm Ideas
of moral qbllgations to society should be Implanted more firmly In the minds of the children, and|
that the Bible in the schools makes a good practical foundation on which such a structure canl
be built. This is the same thought echoed by
Ramsay McDonald, the Hritish Labor Premier.!
when lie is quoted as saying that, the people of
today need to get away from their hectic Sab-1
baths, and go bad. to the days of the Scotch
Sabbath. Religious and moral education seem
to go hand in hand, the one the complement of
— t the other.
Supt. T. tt. Flett returned on Sundny from lhe East wliere lie hus been
in attendance ut a meeting o[ the officials of the Canadian Pacific Railway
which took place at the Chateau
Krutitt nut, Quebec, ou the 21at and
■.'Llnd of March. Mr. Flett reports a
moat  profitable  anil   enjoyable  trip.
Leaving Winnipeg on the eastern
Journey, ofllciala to the number or
106 look the special train lo the Quebec capital, Out of Montreal there
wore two specials Tor the convention
city, Excellent weather prevailed
wherever the railroadmen went. The
eaal had got over iho bad storm that
it had experienced In tho middle of the
month, only slight traces of it wore
to bo seen. Friday, tho first night of
tho convention the delegatus bad the
pleasure ot listening to an address
from Preet.lo.il Beatty, when ho gave
i very comproheustve review of Can-1
ad tan and other condition b nf fooling
Ihu railroad sttiinl.lnn, together with
uii outline as to the prospects for the
season's activities. Saturday evening
Hie niiicials banquet was held at which
thore were over six hundred seated
:it the banquet tables. Needlens to say
that when a number like this gets together a guild time would bo the order
of the day. Among the other guests
al tho banquet were the Gowrtior-
G neral of Quebec and other dignitaries of the province and the city.
When In CRANBROOK atop at
Mount Baker Hotel
Conveniently Situated,      Most Modern Hotel in the District.
HOOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS AND SHOWER.
HOT AND COLD   WATER IN EVERY ROOM
RATES FROM $ 1.00 UP.
Phone K - - - - P. 0. Box 265
BTUDAY, APRIL «h, 1024.
THIN GRUEL FOR THE WORKERS
Whal tlio continued operations ;ii Kimberley on suili ii large scale mean lo Cranbrooit
anil district may be guaged from (lie announcement lhal the payroll of the Consolidated Mln-
The public cannol be blamed for hiking the Lg & gmeit|ng (:„ nas ,low reached a new high
view that the I. W. W. stands for an extreme watel, mar]{ The exaot BUnl Bejng disbursed is
policy in their dealings with the question ol ca-1 ( 1>ll]>|{<. information, bul ii is now believed to
pital and labor. The propaganda pul out in L jn (1ri neighborhood of a hundred thousand
its papers and literature reeks nt radicalism,doltars a month, if it does nol actually exceed
and revolution, and iis exhortations lo the work- tha| s||m
ers are couched in extravagant terms and
exaggerated language thai seem altogether
careless how far it strays away from the narrow confines of truth. An example of this is | ^
seen in a recent reference to the strike just terminated in this district, and particularly In re-,ff „ v,,t y^, ^.t, j~tt•,,,*.,.v:,
ference to the liquor cases now being heard in;
this city, it is nol long ago that Hie paper in HIEKIIOJI OF Sl'KECII
question, the "Industrial Worker." of Seattle,] There is remarkable freedom ol speed:
published a contribution Irom one of the strikers here commending the attitude of a notelman
in offering his place to the strikers for one of the
feeding places. Now this same liotelman is among those who have b i brought up on liquor
BIBLE THOUGHT f
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font Our Exchanges
There is remnrkabli
witli tho attempt at Victoria at Inquiry Into the mysteries
of the Pacific Qreat iSoetern construction under Hid Oliver
Qovernment.   The speech, however, appears Co Interrupt
unduly the revelation., attempted to he made by thu witnesses for tlte people who have demanded the Inquiry, and
to bo an Indication on tlie purl of the counsel for the ac
I thai they fear the result of trusting to the uudlatur-
reflcctlon of the commissioner.   Tbis is all the mon
ilgntflcant in thai the accused themselves picked oui tin
oin mission or who is io try them.   It the government have
tractive answer to tlie evidence io be given by Mil' wit-
it ted in usual
ns now being
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| RntnrOnjj Aptll ••
BLESS THB LORD, 0 my soul, and
forgol not all his benefits; who torgiv-
i i'iit all thino Iniquities;  who liealetli
all  thy diseases;  who redeemeth thy
life from destruction, - Psalm lo;i:2,4.
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S a mln y, Vprll ii
HE   THAT   IS   SLOW   TO   ANGER   is
better than the mighty; and he that
rnleth bis own aplrtl than lie that ta-
keth a city.—Proverbs 18:32.
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Mmiihiy, April 7
I REMOVE   FAR   FROM   ME   VANITY
and lies: give me neither poverty nor
riches: teed me with food convenient
for inc.—Proverbs 30:8.
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Tuesday, April 8
BLESSED ARE THE  PURE In  heart
Culpry, Altu.—Since the beginning
of the grain season on September 1st,
last., the Canadian Pacific have already exceeded tlie total of the entire
season lasl year. Up to February 1.9,
the company bad shipped out of the
province 7S*4 million bushels of wheat
and VIVi million bushels of other
grains. In addition there was in store
in line elevators at various points ll*i
million bushets of wheat and two
million bushels of other grain. The
total shipments oi' tho company last
year only amounted to Sfl'/j million
bushels of wheat and approximately
nine million bushels of other grain.
bed
charges, and is among those excoriated unraer-i
cifully as a bootlegger, when a short time ago
he was a good friend of the I. VV. w.     By way
of making good measure,   serious insinuations
are added against the police of conniving.   Such noBljefl for lllt, .)00.,Ie H11|.Ll]v *  (l,M1 ,((1 pro
Statements may   serve to stimulate the workers course without tlte extraordinary Interrupt
into an attitude of class haired against Ihe em- | recorded in tlte press, and which are made the feature of
ployers, but   unless there is a moiety of truth tno proceedings.*-*^-* Westminster Qrltisli Columbian.
to back them up, there will come a disillusion-1 	
ment for the rank    and file and consequent de- THE ntuvvs nkst koiti: vmi tru EAI!
fections from the cause.     Tho article Is headed!      In a recent edition of the Calgary Herald a report ol
"Can't Fight Booze and Boss Together." '■•" Col«ary Board of Trade Investigation into grain routes
.   * ,i        i-i   i.. ti...- iiw.,*« ...ui Ua nn '° tl,e Pacific ('oast suites that  in view of "statements
li is more than likely thai there will oe an
11 10 ^ - .     alleged to have heen made recently before the Royal drain
echo to these allegations. J-usI at present the commlBalon tlmt Blilpmenta of grain from MacLeod, Uth-
author of them has gone lo pastures new for a bridge nnd points east and south thereof could be handled
time, but if he ever returns there will likely be to better advantage by the Crow's Nest nml Kootenay Cen-
a few questions for him to answer. Here is his]"'*-1 "ranch of the c.p.R. to Oolden, because, as it is said
view on the liquor cases:
CRANBROOK, B.C.,—Well, today it seems like th
words of Uio l.W.W. are coming true, for all the bootleg- |
gem who did not heed the warning of the workers during I
tho late strike nol to sell their poison whisky to the strik-1
era, are now in the clutches of the law. and they are blam-'
ing the l.W.W. for tholr troubles
IL is a thing lhat the workers can be proud of. and If I        But the Calgary Board of Trade Is mistaken in stating
all i
-Matt.
:S.
Ithe mileage is shorter by Unit route than by Calgary ujiil
the main line, the Calgary Board of Trade lias been hives-
|t)gatlng the matter."
The nel result of the investigation was lhat (he mile-
from Lethbridge to Vancouver, via Calgary, nnd the
in line is 40.8 miles shorter than via tbe Crow's Nest
land lhe Kootenay Central.
of Trade is mistaken hi
there is ever another strike In thi.s district, there are more dial anyone ever suggested to the Grain Enquiry Com-
bootleggers going to Jail In the place of the working men. | mission that the Ciow route was more logical for the ship-
There Is no better placo for these human Seeches who aro ment or southern Alberta and southern Saskatchewan
bleeding Uie honest working men of all they earn. The ; wheal to Vancouver than the main line via Calgary because
bootleggers are living a life of crime and prostitution,     I It is shorter.
have seen In some   of the hotels in this fair city, young |       'lhe Lethbridge Board of Trade put the proposition to
girls in tbelr teens, doped and drunk from the poison that tho commission lhal the Crow route was the proper route
has been given them by tbe Inhuman bootleggers and dope j heratisu it affords immensely hitler grades.
peddlers,   And this city protects them, and not the work-:      Th(, ,,,gh |H)il|t otl tho Cr0w between Lethbridge and
Ing men who tiro trying to better their living conditions1
and shorten their Lours of labor,
Fellow workers, you mo not Unlit the boss and fight
the boose at the same Ume, Lei us all get Into the battle
and gain tbo eight hour day and an Increase In wages. If
you all take iiu* same interest jn your organisation now
that the strike has been transferred to the job, that you
took while we were out on strike In weather thu I was 4.2
belOW zero, then we will have no trouble in establishing
the eight hour day before the first of May I remain, yours
for Job Action.    (Jas. L  Peterson).
These are Btrong statements to the point of
extravagance,   and   there   is   a   feeling   they
Wetlncsilny, Ap-ti !i
- OP A TRUTH I perceive thai Qod is
j no respecter of persons: but in every
i nation he that tenretli him. and work-
j th righteousness, Is accepted wiih
him.—Acts 10:34.35.
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Thursday, April It)
j COMMIT THY WAV unto the Lord;
■ rust also in him: and he shall bring
!it to pass,—Psalm 37:3,6,
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1 Friday, April ll
SEEK YE THE LOUD while lie may
be found, call ye upon htm while hu,ls
I near: let the wicked forsnko his way,
'and tho unrighteous man his thoughts;
j nnd let him return unto tbe Lord, and
h- will have mercy upon him; and lo
our God, for he will abundantly par-
.1,11 ih hi Sleph
11  0
■ Mir field bill, which In 6,218 feet.
Tin- limiting t
utlo
mi the Crow nunc In ono per cent.
llfforence of toi
•y i
illw In distance Is a email matter
compared with
iiu-
difference in grades favoring tlie
should be aired furtlier to set at the bottom of'Lethbridge Herald,
And lbe duy Is coming when the C.P.U. will find tint
to compote wllh the iN.it. low grade main line fronj
Edmonton to Vancouver, it will have to bit I Id through
along the boundary, giving southern Alberta a direct connection with Vancouver Instead of forcing traffic lo go to
the main line via tbe Kootenay Central.   Then Lethbrldge
Will lie 350 miles closer to Vancouver than   Calgary.    A
little study of the map will show this io he correct.—
:don.— Isaiah 65:0,7.
liAU.Y OF UNITED
FARMERS OF B.C. FAI.LS
TIIKOUGH AT (OAST
Vancouver. — Loaders of the B.C.
! United Farmers, who gathered here
last weeli. were astounded to find that
they did not have sufficient attendance
to warrant proceeding with an advertized convention. Two years ago In
Victoria the United Farmers got off
to a good start.   They decided to stay
lout of politics. Last year they held a
convention in Vernon at tho same time
I as Colonel Mcitao's third party met
there. Many of the fainiet*:- were lender:; In ihe McRae movement, hut olfi-
Icially nl least the farmer's* organisation wan kepi separate. The annual
convention wux called for Vancouvor
today. Only hair a dozen of lhe chief
officials attended, In contrasl with an
attendance of several hundred last
your.   Jusi whai significance.the evonl
holds   is   tbo   question.     Thero   is   of
course an Impression thai the farmers
were tied up with tho third party to
some extent.
"YOU NEED NOT FAIL,
This week's story is that of a Valley and tbe Mariposa Big Trees,
hunter who started life without a When hu was nineteen he became
single chance and who rose to the a pump hand in the Yosemilc
highest pnid executive in the;mines, lived in a company shack,
United States in his chosen line, land saved every dollar he earned.
Hack in 1K81, in the little township  Nine years later he started a suw
•if Hornitos, in Mariposa County,  "
California, was born a liny whom
liis patents named
Hornitos boasted 14!
all farmers and al
months a year a tra
visited the village
btractioni but .lay's
too poor to be able
even   for   that   short
Mnn
! inhabitants,
I poor. Two
■cling teacher
ind gave in-
family were
in span
period
,,      luslness, operating two mills 'Bruce became a hunter by^neces-
deslgned and built him-
be
which
scir.
poisoning
sity.
Borrowed   bonks   informed
\n accident resulted hi blond  him   nf   the   habits   nf   linns   and
his business failed, and their retreats and before that win-
he was wiped nut.   He was mar- J« »nii W«g ""W/jfi Vd
bU CrcXr    <•j tried his hand J*" fcUHSff" ^V™^
    kinds   of  work   and   fui|(>d «t a salary nf $.1,00U a yeat.
him) cl
and   each
lime
Mrs.    Mrure,    with
what education ho gained was at (starvation facing the family, urged
his mother's knee and by the light him to lorn lion hunter. Tho Call*
of a log fire. Ifornffl Fish anil (iame Commission
Most of bis boyhood was spent was  offering  twenty  dollars  for
in Uu vicinity  of  thu   Yuittimituleach    mountain   llou    killed.   Ku
Since then his salary lias been
trebled and bemuse bis expense!
are few his bank account has
mounted in the past eight year.; to
:|x flgurc.*i ami he iu a m<jai.....ud
authority ou llotia.
Uncle JosVtilJ^J
The spectacled scribe of a
near-ancient tribe, with a surplus of sand in his craw, announced to his folks that
rankest of jokes, that "Money's
the end of the law." No doubt
he believed what his noodle conceived—as the light filtered into
his bean,—and he wrote it up
high where each smug
passer-by could figger on what
he might mean. . . It's vain to
pretend that the law has an
end, though its devots may
die by the score,—for it camps
on our trail with a hand-hammered zeal—till Beelzebub
fastens lbe door! There's law
for tho pauper—there's law for
the prince, supposed to correct
every Haw; it started with
Adam and swelled ever since—
nur incomprehensible Law!
There's firkins and tierces and
cauldrons and vats, that simmer
and splutter and boil,—The law
toddles in—and we take off our
hats—it's takin' a Fall out of
Oil! Let the battle wax fierce
over puddle and tierce, while the
lucre flows out in a stream,—
and unless you are blind, you
are certain to find that the law
of the land Is supreme!
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AUDITORIUM
cKANimnnK
Matinee and Night
Saturday, April §
WM.  REAP PRESENTS PALMER'S SPECTACULAR
PRODUCTION OE
UNGLETOM'SCABIN'
SEE
In Four Acts
SOT A MOVING PICTURE
The Comical Marks
The Funny Topsj
Little I'mi.   Uncle Tom, Etc.
Special Prices, Evening 35 & 50c
Matinee 25c to All
MATINEE AT 2.30 EVENING AT 8.15
Tickets on Sale at
Beattie - Noble Drug Store
Mctiill University
jrOXTKKAI.
Faculty of
MUSIC
Vimual Local Kxamlnalleiis
In Music
Theoretical Examinations will be
beltl on or about May 7th, and
Practical Examinations during May
and June at various centers thru-
otit Canada.
Through these examinations, open
to the pupils of all teachers, tho
standing uf a student may be ascertained and progress tested. They
are also preparatory to the diploma
and degree courses in music which,
talwn from McUitl, the 'National
University of Canada,' are recognised everywhere as of tbe highest
Blending.
Further Information regarding the
dlfferonl crudes, music to he prepared, fees, etc., and application
forms mny bo hail by applying direct In tlie Secretary of the Faculty of Music of Mc-aill University, or
in ihe local secretary! Q. K. Bower,
Esq., llox 488, Cranbrook, D. 0,
iMilrles for the Examinations
should he senl before April 12
We are Leaders in the Shoe Line
Our Shoe Department \a so complete it makes a store of Itself.
A shipment of the latest styles In Men's Suits ia on iis way to our
store, We also can take your order for your Spring Suit made to
your measure. A New Shipment of Men's and Ladles1 Spring Overcoats and Rubberised fonts just came In. See these lines, es they
are mndo by one of tho best manufacturers in Canada.
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Cranbrook District Go-Operative Soc. Friday, April Hli, 1924
THE   CBAOTROOK   HE RAM)
V\UK PIVK
A. H. Bullock haB been a business
visitor in Letbbrlc.ge this week, expecting to return Friday or Saturday.
The Annual Meeting uf the Methodist Ladles Aid will be held on Tuesday next, April 8th. ut the parsonage.
at 3,30 p.tn.
Mrs. ilolit. Hiiri'itioii returned on
Sunday lest from a stay of two or
three months nt her old home In the
cunt, whero bIio w:ih called by tho III-
iienn of her mother, wlio later pasBOd
nwny during her slay thero.
ll. li. Harrison, for n number of
years past accountant in tho Btoro ot
John Manning, left that poeltlonj tht'
first of the month) mul in now noting
uh iiMH.r.tnnt to w. s. £}nulo it< tho government liC|U0r nt ore. ti pet'intnion!
foreo of three now being employed
there.
Davo Parkins, one of the brothers
Interested in the Paiklns lumber mill
left on Tuesday or thla week for Brisbane, Australia, whero he will locate
for tlie future. There he will Join J
A. Minium, formerly of this city, who
will bo remembered as the previous
Instruc'or at the Recreation Club.
J. It. Walkley returned lust weekend from Calgary from his annuel visit to tlie fat stock show there. He
purchased Home prime animal;-: for
his Fernio and Cianhrook stores, and
Incidentally got in some spade work
rbl the interests of tho 24th May race
meeting hero now being planned.
The city financial statement was issue*' in pamphlet form last week-end
from the Herald Offlce, for ths information of bondholders and othcis. giving a complete statement of the clt-
ty's affaiic for last year. An Innovation of some merit is being introduced this year, ft having been decided to
enclose with the tax notices a copy
of the city balance sheet for last
year, so that the ratepayers will not
have the opportunity of saying they
have no way of learning anything of the city's financial standing.
J. H. McQuaid, manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, Is in receipt of a circular letter from a Mrs.
Sam Qrlswold, of Camp Point, Illinois,
who is endeavoring by this means to
locate a son of whom she has not had
any word for the last four years. The
accompanying description we publish
in the hope that perchance it may be
the means of assisting in locating the
non for this anxious mother:
Kmerson Qrlswold te 2~t years
of age, is about 6 feet 9 inches in
height, weighs about 150 pounds,
dark eyes, reddish brown hair inclined to lie curly, fair complexion. He is of a sunny disposition,
makes friends readily, but Is rather reserved and spends much
of his spare time reading. He hoe
a high school education, i>nst
heard of at Portlnnd, Oregon, in
April, 1920.
Mrs. Stuart Macintosh
for the last time this season, on Friday next, April Uth.
Subjects of Rev. B. C. Freeman on
Sunday next at the Methodist Church
services art* as follows: Morning,
"Whnt Iho Cross ol Jesus Menus to
Me." Evening "Why 1 am a Christian."
Prlnclpul n. U Porter of the high
school was at Lumberton on Wednesday evonlng oE this week, when1 lie
gave tho lecture "Canada From Coasl
to Coast," which wns heard here last
week. On Friday the lecture will be
given nt Kimberley also.
There, was an Important mooting of
the (loll' und Country Club members
ou Thursday lasl al the City Hall,
when ihe matter ot due:; I'm- ihe coming season was agnln gone Into. The
decision of the mooting finally was i<>
adhere io tho presenl schedule, namely fifteen, dollars a your for tbo ladies,
and twenty dollars lor the men.
Tho cars came out in considerably
larger numbers wllh the flrsl nf April
but ther1 arc still to bo seen n number of 192:i license plates, whose owners arc tempting fate, every day. At
some places, Klko in particular, motorists who aro slill lining tholr last
year licenses are fading out to their
sorrow that lo save tha three months
llcer.se fee cost some real money.
Saturday March the eighth ti marriage of interest to a large number of
peoplo In Cran 11 rot 11; and the vicinity
was solemnized by Iter. F. V. Harrison in Christ Church, when MIsb Helen Wolfe, oldesi daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Wolfe, became Ihe wife of
Mr. William B. Fulton of lhe staff ot
the Imperial Bunk In this city. Only
immediate relatives of tho contracting parties were present.
Tuesday last when it came to tho
Good aud Welfare pari Of the program of their regular weekly luncheon
the Rotarians were entertained by
brothers Messrs. I"). 11. Garnham and
G. Salter, who were responsible for
thnt part of the program. Under the
gutse of raising funds for ihe parks
Improvement account, they uncovered
tin improvised roulette layout and the
way they gol Iheir brother wheelsmen
to purchase paddles was a treat.
Everybody had lots of fun and about
twenty dollars was raised for this
worthy cause.
Another shipment of day old chicks
arrived hist Friday from across the
line for tho Brown Poultry Ranch.
making the second shipment of two
housand lo come to hand within a
week. The loss from these shipmente
lias been very slight indeed, from the
first lot scarcely a dozen failing to
survive the irip. Next month a further four thousand chicks are due tn
arrive at the ranch, and ihis summer
will   see   heavy   shipments   of   young
chicken products moving mil from tho
ranch in quantity, as well as the
"three eggs a minute" which is now
the slogan of the ranch.
The Last Spill is the Hardest
I First arrival! to the Pi
his horse in o steenlechn«i
I mul collnr-bono broken by
luil, tin- Kin},', unit thu pee
Wales following his lasl (afi uith
ond aftei  I iim   , [ck, I in thi   raw
hoisi     j esniic protests rroni Ins
REPORT PROM SOI 111
WARD SCHOOL POR
MONTR Ol' MARCH
OCAL I ONCERS TAKES
01 It! EQUIPMENT AMI
STOCK OP KITCHENER CO,
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PlIKSII KILLED MEATS
Special POT ROASTS OP BEEP 121 jC lb.
Special BOILING BEEP 3 lbs, for 25c
Special SHOULDER ROASTS OP PORK.   16c ib
Special 1,101! ROASTS OP PORK  22c lb.
Special ROASTS OP V10AI  ISC ]l'
Special STEWING VEAL 3 lbs. tor 25C
Special PURE PORK SAUSAGE   30c lb.
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
— PHONE     1 0 —
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Manic
STUDIO. BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Phone 295
P.O. Box   762
ROBIIISQHS ORCHESTRADJWCES ARRANGED FOR
Honor Holt, Division I.
Grade III; Socaiul Term. — Billy
Saunders, Barbara Worlhlnffton.
Orade III; Flrat Term.    Doris Eley, h
Violet Miller.
Clrado   II;   Second   Term, — Lily :'
White, Ronnie Coleman.
Pertoct Attendance;—Mabel Atkln- '
son, Eddio Irwin, clar nco Barrett, w
Ivor Bjrrott, Annlo llcrkin. Joey Her- "
kin, Mlml Blefare, Karl Brennan, Mar- "
garrt Caasola, Ronnie Coleman, Doris "
Eley, Dolly Julius. Jolando Macro,
Violet Miller, Bdytho Wells. Barbara '"
Worthington, Muriel WorthliiBton, "'
Eddie Walsh, Lily white, Robert !l
White. Clyde William*!, Franklin "
Woods. Bernard Pelkey. I'1'''" "'not.
Percentage ot attendance, D6.49. Tl"'   KHohenet'   Timber   Company
E. N. SING w '■' i"1" bankruptcy about 2 month*
Honor Hull, Division II. ;! "
Grade I; Flrsl Term. -.Muriel .Mil- '''■■■■ Pauloon-Mason plant, and in
ier. Bertha Collings, Vcldn Coleman, '' "' "'■ Palmer & Staples plant, both
Catherine Rosling.
Second Term.—Ivy slssons, Philip
Rombough, Amies Moore, Gertrude
Dalzlel.
Grade II; Flrsl Term.—Mary Cameron and Junius Haley, final. Harry
Solieki. Frank Blefare, Fred Shaw.
Perfect Attendance; - Edwin Ber-
nlngton. Frank Blefare, Walter ceilings. James Haley. Billy McNeil, Bob
Pattinson. Eileen Pantllng, Harry s„
lickl.   Veldn   Coleman.   Mare 1   Mill r,
Angelina Blefare, Mary Cameron,
Tony Costctlo, Agnes Moore. Paul Sollckl, Herbert Berrlngton, Walter Cox,
Philip lloiiilH.iir.li Ivy Slssons, Billy
Slssons, Alex Blefare, Bertha collings. Helen Costello. George Strood,
Andrew L'Abbe.
I.  M   FLEURY
KOOTENAY ORCHARDS
SCHOOL REPORT EOR
MONTH HI'  MARCH
-ii'. of Nelson, liquidator ol*
wu :■ T mint' Company, wa
, lasl we k and while thor
if tbe stock of lumbar, polot
nil ment, nnd all oiher loult
Crnnbrook Snsli ami Doo
The equipment purchased
ed by the Cranbrook Sash &
pony In i:s own operations
I it will ship tlte lumber in
al Cranbrook.
del-, toed thai  all tile assets
honor Tlmb tr Company bavc
ROld,   Witli   tlio exeeptlou   lit
illl plant itself, which it Is
I »ili bo offered as a ci
Icliotior, aro both running stead
ad considerable lumber Is inov-
pres ul tho Cranbrook Sash &
ci mpany's mill is shut down
ns   better   road  conditions   I'or
' si   1   ; ikon over by the Sash
ir Company con tints of Ihe stock
■   lu; ih t on  hand,  pules, logs
n   :, 'ial and a quantity of
■     ■',,, equipment, amount
  two and '.lire,
i.ra
VII.—Evelyn Oartsldo
ARDEXERS REQUIRE
PERMII  TO IMPORT
STOCK IROM V. S.
Witli  the arrival   of  tho  seed  am
ilbs catalogues the amateur garden
b .'!' l  to make bis plans for the
• i pn pare a lisi of plants
lend    lo  buy     In order to
.> d ill appointment  in seeuring tlte
ilpinents of plants
tirade V Qoorga Atchison, Eddie from tbe United stales or othor eoun-
ari-lde. Mary Richmond. tries, bo Is reminded of the rcgula-
Grade IV Sr -Jim Stone. Frank tlons now In force whereby all importer:!, tors ot pi.tins from any country are
Grade IV. Jr. Marion Richmond, required to secure a permit to he
hatles Atchison, ■ ri i set to the Collector of Cu toms
Grndo II—Ida sakata. Joint Rich- at th" port wliere the shipment is
lontl. May sione cleaioil c rmlt re required for the
Grade I Mabel Sakuta. Bertha|Importation of trees, shrubs, vines.
artaitle. Jack Langln, Evolyn Hern, cuttings, greenhouse plants, roots.
rnoBl Ruault. p rcunlals, corn, bulbs, eta Copies
Absent  from examinations through of the regulations and Information re-
ickaesn: Rose Noyce. Georgo Noyce, gardlng  permits  y be secured by
Hypollto Ruault, .lark Thexton, Dick writing to 'he secretary, Destructive
rhexton. Insect  and  Pest  Acl   Advisory Hoard.
WINNIFRBD I.IIMMTT. Teacher Department ni Agriculture, Otiuwa.
,£_
Army Airmen Sailing 'Round the World
f   tl.e   Junior   choir,
":-    B   A    Ml      llOU  I      ..■:   Mt"    il
McPhee    hoi      ti   .   ; . Illy  grottfii
with the expressions ot appr.clati a   |„,,„.,.„,    . IiC^J
I Bj
(rnnlirook Unit! :, Book Co.
of the community.     It. general dep-	
ortment, as well a" in musical obil- ,
Ity and faithfulness iu attendance,
Tbo attendance register of the Sun-ltba toys and ...: i ■ al credll to
day school recorded aa Improved their leaders ami to themselves. It
showiug last Sunday over the pre- i r ,, that a ;. an ori nization in
vioits iwo Sundays, with the coming a small community coat uuoi to ma
of '-niai weather will also come aa tain stub a -teaily euccess, Much
con-ospondlng Increase of pupils.        credit  :.' duo ti   the leadei
, — let us not forgo*, to the young folks
Some o,  the Boy Sc a:; are very   ,
>    themselves,
busy constructing, glazing ami painting a suitable rablnct for tho smaller     , .   ,, , Dr  John
In   aiitie.ln.'itioa     ot      Ile.-i-oon    lev
articles of the troop's equipment a:
trophies,   The lite; [ ir Troop No. I
now   on   hand  and   ready   for   till pi
nn some finisa; occasion.
i nntlclpn	
J   M. Clark
cl In a cheery,
:    ■
tlvi      P for
Imllti
si
I
1 _ ;      be
of
■
D,    I
I tho Siradas   ''■'   ' '     '
mi mln • on the   t la to he urrcati
■a tor the Chris-   iVo   do
tlon Hi
look   as
idtngs
The 'heir. '
side talenl lo
, is hard al work
practicing Stnlnor's "Crucifixion" for
ihe evening of Oood Friday, April is.
This week ihe regular mooting of
ihu Ladies' Aid le being belt! at ihe
home ot Mrs. !•:. Paterson. For tho
meeting, Mrs. Paterson and Mrs,
Jones will he hostesses.
tl; ng,      It was a
hje 't   and     evel   ;
-
'   ''
.   ,
llnpllst Clmrcll
The service hud Sunday mornini
was conducted by Mra. Taylor, ossls
led by II. S. Haynes. Tlie addre
was very well received, and mosl
helpful in the ovenlng II L. Porter
conducted lhe service.
Mr, Ta;,..eoit will be unoblo to
reach Cranbrook tor tho services next
Sunday, and '.lure will be taken,
both morning and evonlng by II. I..
Porter.
The anthem and tho quartette given
ity lbe choir on Sunday evening were
exceptionally well rendered, unit wor-
ihy of special  mention.   They were
i
D\Jir-ii
iiiicii appri
tiice which
elated by the
attended the
idi.
Tho Boy Scouts had n meeting on 11
Friday    evening    while    the    Tuxis
Square mol  on  Monday evening for If
Both    (".(!.l.T.    groups    hold    pond
meeting!) during (iio week.
WE HAVE   JUST   RECEIVED   AXI
NASH CAR
These are now on Display at our
be a pleasure for us to
those 1924 Models.
Mcliife & Si-oV
AGENTS FOR
The baptism of several
amlidati
has been postponed ttnii! pastor Tapscott returns. Much Interest fs still
bolng oh own at iho Sunday evening
rices. A cordial Invitation ie ex-
tonded tn all to attend,
Methodist Church
Tho Mothodlst Church presented a|
bright Interior to the worshippers
lust Sunday. Mr. Ross ('an- and Btiff
had boen busty during tbo preceding
week, transmuting the dingy bl e of
tlio wtills and celling to a soft light
buff, iiii'l furbishing duaty corners
ml chandallers till thoy shone again
with n radiance long forgotten. it
mod ti little easier to "worship the
i.oni with gladness."
Onr faithful organist,   MU
Alma
This photo-diagram shows tin* proposed route of tho U. S. Army
fliers who arc now making un attempt nt an around thfl world flight
Insert is «f Maj. Mart 1, in command of tha flight and out* of the air
waiters being used.
Nash (S. Star Cars
AND
Exide Batteries
Phone 42
TRAPPERS
I am now paying from  One  Dollar ai
Cents to Two Dollars and Twenty-I ■ agi
lots of fresh t'liusltt Muskrats clear ol kitts and
also, the highest market prices for othei .  .
J. H. MdNRO - - Revelstoke, B.C.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
JOE UYEMATSU, formerly proprii or ol
Cafe, hus taken over the management of t ;> lA N
CAFE, on V:in Horne Street, oppositi the i
Mr. Uyematsu litis spared no ■ .,
renovating his new premises from top to I In
side and "tn     the place is spotlessly clean.
The view from these rooms i.- beautiful
Joe's reputation as a restaurant man Is \»
the people of Cranbrook and vicinity.    I o
him for a first eltiss meal.
MUST CLASS ROOMS IN COSXEI
III!'
:.
Unless you seo the "Bayer Cros:;"
'in package or on tablets ynu are not
netting the genuine llayer Aspirin
proved sate by millions und prescribed by physicians over twenty-three
pears for
Colds Hradnche
Toothache Lumbago
Neuritis Rheumatism
Neuralgia rain. Pain
Accept "Mayer Ta blots of Aspirin" I
only. Rttch unbroken package con-i
tains proven directions, Handy boxes
twelve tablets cost a fow cents. drug-!
gists also soil botles of 24 ami 100. j
Aspirin is the trade mark {registeredI
In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacottcacldoster of Salyoillcadd. j
Whllo it Is woll known that Aspirin
means Bayer Manufacture, to assisti
lhe public against Imitations, the To-
blelH of Bayer Company will Im
stamped with thoir general trade]
mack, Ui* "Bajtr Cross"
Canadian Cafe and  Rooms
t*^.^^*^'^*,^',*^'^*,^a'^».'^a'^-.'^a'^^WVW*W'
The City Bakery
CRANBROOK, Uf.
Home Ma.de Bread, Cakes
fgk *
. ^77 .'wail/
a.nd Pastry
DREAD DELIVERED
P'ltllSH IIAII.V
WEDDING   In   BIRTHDAY
1JAKE8 BADE TO ORDER
PHONE 23
It. EATON. Proprietor PAGE SIX
THB   CRANBROOK   UK III Ml
Flday, April 4th, 11)24
metbodist aurcftm-,!-c- m*s&
SUNDAY, APRIL (1
11 a.m.    Morning Service
12.15 Sunday School and Adult I'.iljle Class.
Leil by the Pastor.    Free Discussion Welcomed
7.30 p.m.    Evening Service
WE WILL GIVE YO V \ CORDIAL WELCOME
-*o*^v
ll B. TV. A. P E R GIB
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning Block
rUue I).     t'l'ilr,. Honrst
• to li, 1 te t, p.m.   Sals. V to 1.
\mttm.mem
Drs. Green .t MacKinnon
Physicians and Surgeons
Otllce at residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Altornoons    2.00 to (.00
Evening   IM to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DU. F. B, .MILKS
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOURS
9 to 12 a.m.      I to 5 p.m.
Hanson nik, CRANBROOK, DC.
-Baptist Cljurrb
PASTOR  W.  T. TAPSCOTT
SIMIAV. APRIL li
Mr.   II.   I..  PORTER  will
Conduct   Both
Services
ll iim.     Morning Service.
12 noon. — Sunday School.
Lla.ii.ea  Fur All Ages
7 30  p.m.       Bvening Service.
Vlll   ARE   CORDIALLY
INVITED.
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LUMBERTON
CHIPS jj
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An impromptu dance whs held in
the Lumberton Hall last Friday eve-1
ning. The event was an old-tlmofB1
afftlir and ull the dances that havo I
been shelved for some time past were
resurrected; utfuuels, BChottlsches. I
quadrilles and a few others were indulged in during the evening, Tbei
music was EurnlBhed by Messrs. Harold and Harvey Plnei*. Jack, Murray,
and Roy Trusler; Mrs. (.i. Avery also
played several Beleotlons, A lunch
had been prepared for the occasion
which was relished very much, The
dance came to a close at twelve-thirty
and everybody voted it an evening ot
good entertainment
Mrs. Chrletenson why has been
spending several weeks tit the home
of ber father and mother at Eholt, 1).
.'., returned to Lumberton on Batur-
lay of last week.
A large number of club members
were in attendance at tho regular
weekly 'meeting of the Lumberton
Club last Wednesday ovenlng. Six
tables of whist were in play during
the early part of the program; Mrs.
J. Walton was awarded ladies' first
prize and Mrs. A. J. Neuman, consolation while Mr. tj. Crow and Mr. A.
J. Neuman took first and consolation
respectively for the men. A hutch
was served after the prizes had been
awarded wliich was followed by dancing till twelve-thirty. The meeting
on Wednesday next will consist of an
Illustrated lecture given by Mr, ll. L.
Porter, bead of the faculty of the
Cranbrook High School, the title of the
lecture being "Canada From Coast to
Coast.*'
F. M. Al A C P 11 E R S O Jt   |
Undertiiker
Phone £50
Nortrary Ave, next to City Hall
A'tiKii-;.-; AM) SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets   In   the
li.  of  1'.  Hal.
afternoon ,"f the i
first Tuosduy at
X p.m.
fjye&*     All laill.a Me
cordially Invited
President:  5Iri.   VT,   VY.  Wolfer
Sec.-Tremirer:    Mr*.    I'inlnysiin
•Ilk and Cream
l»IR EOT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
THOME  10
I. I), 0. t.
KEY LTTY LODGE, So. 48
Mosls every
B Monday ntgr.t st
The AuiU'.orlum
Sojourning Oilil Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. a.     -     -    it. ff. Leonard
nee. Sec.   E. Q. Dingier, P.O.
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Grocery
GOOD MEALS      :.
::   TEA OR COFFEE
FRESH  BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
The members of the Lumberton La
dies' Aid have prepared a play which
will be presented this Friday ovenlng,
April 4th. "Aunt Susan's Visit" promises to be very entertaining ami a
large crowd will be out to see tlie
first play that will be glvui in I-uni- Ul .„.,;,.,,,,.ilPll .
benton by some of our home talent.
TJickets have been on sale for some
time and much success lias been met
with by the people fn charge of the
sale.
Manager G. ('. Hobson is spending
several dayes in Calgary whore he te.
attending a meeting of the Mountain
Lumbermen's Association.
I, E A it N   T O   I. A II N
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
Day nnd Night Classes
Complete, Practice] Commercial
Course lu Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping. (Spelling)
Commercial English. Commercial Law, Penmanship, Rapid
Calculation,  Piling and General
Ohio* Procedure.
Por Particulars:
Apply P.O. Box 14, Kelson, B.C.
'.. \'I3..0JK CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment sent to us to bs
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Oar*.
Our kn:wledj* of the business
Is your aoeurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will clII,
or bring us your work.
Wo Clean and Dye Everything.
rilONK   117
L. 1). Cafe
(UtUe Davenport)
VThan you wish something goo*
to eat go to the "L.D."
OCU    PBICKI    IBB    EIGHT
Established 1898 Phone IM
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEER BUILDER
AND   CONTJUCTOB
Cnhlnet Work,   Picture Framing
Esllmatea  given on
all class**!? of work
Oflir«»: Corner Norbury  AvaOBC
ami Bdwardi Btreel
Sainsbury & Ryan
III II.IIKI1S  AMI
CONTRACTORS
F.atlmates  Given  ami   Wink
Guaranteed
Telcplionei BB8 uml 291)
CRANBROOK     -      ll.C.
CLEANING — PHRASING
— tlEPAIHINa —
Viii! Mill Mukc No Mistake
in Ordering that
NEW SPRING SUIT
OR OVKRCOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vim  lliirnc Ht.-eot
Opposite O. P. R. Depot
I'liono IKi     ti     Phone 416
SHOE REPAIRING
BEB
MIKE KI'ZJIENKO
0BAKBROOK STREET
Neil In KoBolf*
Women
Sense
Things
Truly-
Montana Restaurant
*l,ul* at All Bonn
(tiara,  (Iftrettea  nml  ranillei
Craabroot   Si.     ■     fk».i.. fin
One. Ha.uk of Commerra
It seems tliat literally thousands of women ure nctive in un
unorganized campaign to use
Made-lu-B.C. product!, Their
own seiiBe of economy, which Is
moro thun pructlcAli teaches
ilii'iu that where a pair of B.C.
boots aro mane, a can of jam or
a can of milk mmiumoit, citizens
here have lind work to do.
We learn thin from pergonal
□alls—-house to house— ln different parts of town.
Pacific l^ilk Co., Ltd,
It,nil Olllce, Vancouver, IMI.
Factorial at Alibntufard al
III
Miss Roxie Stinson
Former wife of the lute Jess
Siriith, tine of tin' principal witnesses in the Senate Commutes In-
vc&Ugatlon of An y-Gen. Dnughorty
administration of tbo Dept, uf Jit*-
THIKIt PARTY SUIT,
inti:ni> to itt .mi:n in
m:i.i> where possible
Not   Discouraged   bj   lack   of
Results From iMi.l.. Com-
mission Mcltfie States
Mrs. Smith of Baynes, spent soveral
H'eobis visiting at tho home nr Mr. antl
MrB. Harvey Piper and roturned to
her home Inst Sunday.
Constant attendance at the P.G.E,
enquiry has not dampened the enthusiasm nor faith in the fortunes of tho
Provincial Party ot Major-Gen. A. U.
Mcltne, president of the third party
organization. Ho states ho fs fully
convinced tliat thu evidence produced
at the inquiry had fully justified tlie
action taken by ihe party In asking
tor the royal commission.
The opinion of the third party men
on tbo commission will be fully explained by Sir Charles Hlbbort Tup-
per, Mr. A. H. MacXeill and Cion. McRae at a nominating convention to be
jliold at Abbotsford this week,
Sir Chi
rles anil Mr. KacKolll were
tho
Just l.ike Thut
Mr. Blarnfy:     "Yon    bolt
enough to eat."
Miss  Flapper:   "I   do  enl.
shali we go?"
I
to make iho principal addresses
Qoneral said.
Tho Provincial party lender intimated thnt men will bo placed in nomination for the Legislature lu practically every constituency in the province.
Ibis more active
organization work than ever will be
started in April with the nominating
convention tit Salmon Arm.
General McRae admitted that his
party bad not been able to bring out
all tbo evidence expected before tiie
Royal Commission, but he added that
thei'e was a gootl reason for this and
one that Provincial Parly speakers
will give to tlio public. If the enquiry in the opinion of General McRae
has injured tlie chances of bis party
lie showed no evidence of it, and is
apparently more full of flghl nml enthusiasm than ever.
Fat, it has,
vitamines
%.
TO  help  this   fellow  grow
sturdy in body and active
in  brain, Hive   him food
that builds up his frame even
faster than he wears it out in
liis strenuous play.
LET him have a cup of FRY'S
Cocoa often. 1 lere you have
a delicious food beverage that
is till nourishment. For instance,
nearly one fifth of its bulk is
"albumen" and albumen is only
another form of muscle.
for warmth and energy
lines to give nerve force,
ihis because FRY'S is made from the
richest and finest cocoa beans, by methods
matchless after 200 year's experience.
FRY'S is the best and cheapest of all
foods for growing boys and girls. Of
course, remember
"Nothing will do but FRY'S "
ftfcttK3t*»K!^^
and
All
Skippers  Cat   Plenty   Joss
C^APTAIN A. J. HAILEY, R.N.R., master of the Empress of Can-
** ada, and his favorite cat, "Speed."
"Speed" has first say on tlie big ship.
This cat, according to Captain Hailey, docs everything including
talk.
The Empress of Canada bad a cat on board when she left
Britain's shores, but when Captain Hailey took "Speed" aboard at
Vancouver, it was on the upper deck, and the Canadian cat took thi*
AS a sign that he was to be supreme in the upper works of the ship.
Rover, the cat that was part Hritish and part French, nnd understood ths continental parley better than the roar of the lion, strutted
forward to meet "Speed" when he docked here, but the effect waj
electrical.
"Speed" arched his bacA, negotiated a Sharky swing, and a
Corbett hook, and finally made a roller coaster out of l-'rencby as
the latter sought refuge In the engine room. Since that melee, Speed
has moved unchallenged on the cabin decks.
This does not mean that "Speed" does not go below. By instinct
this cat knows when tho Chinese crew is celebrating and frying grasshoppers. The big cat ii fond of this particular dish and never fails
to share It when the special gong rings.
Captain HaiiVy tells a good story about "Speed." Several prominent Chinese were visiting the master of the ship in his cabin in
Shanghai, and "Speed" was occupying a cushioned chair near tha
Captain's elbow. One of tbe visitors bad the regulation Imperial
fingernails, and stretched the long and tapering horns out on tho
table at times te emphasize his remarks.
Captain Hailey noticed the rat watching the long nails, and every
time the Cathyan fingers moved out on the table, "Speed" stretched
his beautifully curved nails out in imitation of tiie visitors.
In a storm, "Speed" will seek the rigging of the ship and in a
high falsetto do a nocturnal watch that makes the blood of the maa
on the bridge run cold.
On tht whole Captain Hailey soys "Speed" la the most enter**
Ulninc cat bo over owned, and the Chinese any he la a good Joss, and
fcoopMad lack away.
nwiii
iloesn't pay to make children
work too hard. What they need in
youth is warmth, affection, exercise,
gootl food, long BtGCp, Heavy learning
can come later.
Tiie vanity of parents ends f»ome-
liines in destruction of the child's
chances.
Wireless signals tn the code of the
United Stat&s Navy have been heard
1.400 feet down In a mine in Arizona.
"Sound without wires going through
1,400 feet of solid earth" seems marvellous. Dut we must remember that
i hero Is no b Jch thing as "solid"
earth. And there is no such thing as
solid matter, only electrons that form
atoms, atoms that form molecules, und
molecules that form what we call mat-
ter, the particles of that matter being
as far from ench other in proportion
to their size as the earth is from the
BUU, Thero is no reason why radio
waves shouldn't go anywhere, since
there io no solid mutter to stop them
Ford shows in the state of New
York, one of hi* new plants, an industrial btiilding l:.i,ii Teet long, with not
a smoke stack on it, everything done
by tho power of water changed into
electricity.
Give Ford the chance at Muscle
Shoals aud he will do everything possible to give the farmer cheap fertilizer. He will do what is Infinitely
more important) showing tbe people
how tho water power of this country
should be used for the peopled benefit.
A  distinguished   lady   writer   says:
"Whell   deep   powerful   lovo  cools,
marriage   should   end   in   divorce'
Newspapers discuss that because it
sounds new.
Vet it is what thu monkey said, or
would have salt! If it could live talked*
half a million years ago. Mr. Monkey
would nay: "Whan I nm tired of one
lady monkey, t go off and find another.   That's my idea of love.
Marriage fs an institution not established for the amusement of monkeys
or men, but for the protection of children, to establish respect for women.
and to make men gradually more decent.
We should be even*- closer to the
monkeys lhan wo are now, but for the
Institution of marriage, which has
trained men lo suppress the monkey
within them.
Dr. Charles J. Smith, president of
Roanoke College. Virginia, has this to
Bay about the modern girl. Reading
it, you will hope that nothing unpleasant was left unsaid:
"Some women in every age drank
liquor, a few enjoyed a smoke, many
of them threw away their honor, but
tbo world baa never known tho turning loose of auch aa army of fcart-
drInking, cigarette puffing, licentious
Amazons as walk the streets and Invade the college campuses today.
People talk of "a saturation In the
motor industry. There is no such
tiling as "saturation" In the automobile world. People buy cars, use them
up, buy others.
The fanners in the conutry used to
buy two million buggies every year.
We only manufacture four million automobiles a year now. At this moment
this country ought easily to absorb six
or seven million cars a year. Every
car pnya for itself in time saving and
represents economy.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Oovt,
Maternity and Genera; Nursing
Terms Moderate
ftUS, A. UUVUertl),  Matron,
Garden Avenue      -  Pbone 2fi»
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ELECTJUFICATIOS OK
UXKISmtSISTKNT RU-
MOB IN COAST HIM'KFS
Frequent recurrence of a rumor j
along "transportation row" that plans
are being considered in headquarters
of the Canadian Pacific Hallway for
the electrification of its line through'
tbe Rockies, is arousing speculation j
In local circles as to the reliability of
the report and lhe nearness ot the'
consuninmtioii ot the scheme.
By electrifying Us line, it is claimed j
by some, the C.P.R. would be accomplishing the economic equivalent of!
reducing its grade to approximately
that of Us competitor, the Canadian1
National railway, in the mountains.1
Present objection of the railway to
equalizing freight rales hy the removal of tiie mountain scale of rates,
might thus lie removed.
increase of the westward flow ot
grain over tbe C.P.R. Hues is believed j
to bo a governing factor for the railway's plan for future maintenance of j
way work in lho west.—Vancouver
Sun.
Lee Ging
Tailoring,   Dry   Cleaning,
Pressing, Repairing    .
We also clean White Furs ami
Cloves ot all kinds.   HIrIi Class
Work at lowest prices.
14 AritiNlronir Ave., Cranbrook,    1'. O. Box »»s
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WHY OPERATE ?
tor APPENDICITIS, GAIL
STOSKS, stomaeli anil liver
troubles, when IIKI'ATOI.A
does tho work without pain
and no risk of your lite, nor
loss o( time. CONTAINS
NO POISON
Not Sold   Hy  Druggists
MRS. GEO. S. AUIAS
Sule  "liinul'iKtur.r
•IM Fourth Ave. 8„   Phone 4S.V,
SASKATOON
Price HmO .Parcel no.t
mo cenls extru
She (in a motor car):"0h, dearest,
kiss me."
Ho (driving): "My dear. I'm
ped with Kelly Sprtngflolils I
slip."
quip-
can'l
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHAN0HR
Foil Mne of Wall Paper
In Stork.
Stare, Hanson Avenue
Phone 40S tt ell houra
I'BAMIKOOK     -     .     .     B.C.
f
Lift Off-No Pain!
Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a little
'Freezone" on nn ncbing corn, Instantly tbat corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift It oft with fingers.
Your druggist scIIh a tiny bottle of
Freezone" for a few ccntt;, sufficient
to removo every bard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, antl the fool
calluses, without soreness or lrrtta-
CANADIAN
Racific
ri.AMII.OOI1  TIIAIX TIHKS
NO 0" DAILY -To Nelson, Vancouver.
Spokane etc. Arrive 12.10 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
NO. fttl DAILY ~T» Fernie, Lethbrloie,
Medicine Het, Ualejiry, etc. Arrive
Llll pn.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Crnnbrook, Wjcllffe, Klmherlej Service:
No. SU—Leave 7.05 a.m. Ne. SSI-Arrive 2.10 pjn.
Cranbrook, Lake Windermere ait
Ooldea Service
Monday and Thursday, each ve*t
—NO. SSI, leavt • a.m.    Wtdoe, a;
tnd Saturday—NO. BSD arrive 1.30 pjn
For farther ptrtkaltrt apply to my
Uoktt M*»t
j. ft raooTOR, Friday, April Ml, 1021
THK   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PASS SKTKH
I ''ERNIE INS! RAMI: AIAN
AND WAR VETERAN PASSES AWAY. AT DENVER
11 ARCH CENTRAL
SCHOOL
REPORTS
(Fi
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wn/ou 1,'CCil it
Free Kcel|io Hook   Write
Hoidt'it <'»., Ltd., VltltcnilYcr
i. IS, It. I IIATi: W   nisi s
Lofiffea   HUKtuilii'i!   by   Ihu   ('lullcan
Laurler, tin- Canadian Nutlonnl Itnil
way hotol m Ottawa, in the operation
t»r the hotel havo nggregaod nearly
t-KUiuu in tn<- lust throe years. In
Uili), ono oi' dm bast yours tho hotol
oxporloncod, n nel prcdl of $103,000
was ranIIsod and iu 1020 thero wns n
lift profit of $35,000, but In 1021, 1022
and 1023 Ihu net lossos ran ubout 812,-
000 and $14,000 oncb yoar, duo to expenses Increasing without revonuo Increasing in proportion.
i A teUgram received ..! Pernio last
| Friday morning from Denver, Colo.,
brought the sad nov*a Uict David
Black, ono of Ferule's most respeoted
Cltlzotts had poesod away In Dr. Til
don's hOBpltnl in that city during the
night
i Dave, as ho was familiarly known
to ialmosl everyone In Fernie, left
thai city during tho early part of ihis
month on a trip to California, but
whllo on route bo was compelled to
stop off at Douver ta undergo trout-
MH'iii for Btomncli trouble, from which
lu- had In on BUfforfng for some tlmo.
Tin* news of hla death, however, came
with Btartllng BiuldcnnesB, as Mr.
Pock, his bustnoBB partner, received
n letter from him Inel vvooh otat-
lng that hi* was progressing favorably ami expoctod to bo back In Fernio aboul tbo end of the month.
Me was bora hi  P*orgU8, Ontario, on
Docomuer 1*1, 188-1, and came to ihis
city early In mm::. Ho waa ono of tho
Clrsl of Pernio'* citizens lo Bill 1st for
uorvlco overaoas In tbo Orofll War.
Joining Hu* lsl Canadian Pioneer Un.,
mA \vtth*li?s reglinoul bo saw over
throe yours of aotlvo service. Ho wus
gassed during tho curly part of 1018.
and attor spending several months in
English hoapltala was aont back to
Canada as unfit for further Bervlce.
Since thai time ho had been tho district representative of tho Mutual
Ufa Assurance Company of Canada,
and ns Bitch wan known throughout
tha entire Boat Kootenay district.
00 YOU      5
NEED CARPETS?
IP so
Don't Fall To See Tho
BIG 22
At once, as they have a small
Bhlpment of CARPETS & HUGS
of various sizes and excellent
quality, at prices away loss than
that at which Carpets wero ever
sold in Cranbrook
LIBRARY SUITE
$64.00
It's a Bargain!
THE BIG 22
Armstrong: Ave.     Phono 522
£
REGULATIONS I OH FISHING IN I.OC.W. WATERS
APPLIES TO END OF API..
Tlie following regulations hove be-'ii
received from the Department o' Fisheries affecting the wal-rs of this
district:
In the electoral districts of Columbia, Pernie and Cranbrook, no one
shall Hshfor, catch or kill any variety ot Trout (Including Kojnloopa
Trout or Landlocked Salmon) from tha
15th day of November in each year to
tho 30th of April following, both days
inclusive.
Xo trout cf any kind slmll be taken
from llio water, and if caught shall
in* Immediately returned to the water
alive find uninjured.
Xo one shall fish for. or kill in one
day by angling or trolling, or by both
meow, more thnn 25 Cut-throat, Rainbow or Dolly Viirden Trout. Salmon
Trout or Rocky Mountain Whltofiah,
or of tho different species named than
will in the aggregate amount to more
than 25 fish.
(Continued from Page l)
DIVISION V., Grade VI.
I'erceutago of attoiiihtnre 96.05.
Number enrolled 44.
.Mae Gooderham S5; Irene Melnnls
78; Harold Holdener TS; Mary Robertson 72; George Tula Tl; Sheila Paterson 71J Donald MacDonald 70; Elmer  Holm  09;  Dorothy Bridges 09;
Lowell McCoy 08; Helen Campbell
07; Kathleen Dezall 07; Susan Randall
07: (Catherine Martin 67* Kathleen
MacFarlane 00; Elsie Parker 06; Helen McGtll 05; Grace Flett 04: Oeorge
Georgo 04; Clifford Haynes 04; Flor-
ence Pattinson 04; Lorna Darbor 63;
Molly Johnson 63; Hubert Pollen 62;
Owen 02; Grace Pritchard 01;
Leslie Knhnert til; JeSBle Mltsser 00;
Jack Farreli 00; Belly Lunn 60; Harry   Fanning   59;   Victor Galliraith   58;
Walter Helmslng 58; Ida Lancaster
57; Chrlrele Charboneau 57; Qeorge
Uniicris 66; Oeorge Pelton 64; Beulah
Mill 5>; Douglas Patton 63; Enid
Shankland   53;   Lnoollle Routing 53;
Stephen Magro 17; Joe Qenesl   It.
E. WRIGHT, Teacher
DIVISION VI.
Percentage or attendance 93.9.
Margaret Henderson 78.6; Wiunifred
McQuald 73.7; Aloe DflJitel 73.1 Char-
He Robertson 72.3; Ruth Bond 72.1;
Margaret Luscombe (59.0; May Strachan 69.5; .Mary Macdonald 67.2; Jas.
Huchcroft 05.4; Wilfred Pocock 05.1;
Annie Moore 05.1; John MacKay 04.G;
Leslie Phillips 04; Marlon Gill 02.S;
Annio Harbinson 00.0; Kathleen Edmondson 60,5 Ethol Irwin 00.5; Bud
Parker 59.8; William Harrison 59.5;
Roy Llnnell 58.8; Barbara Beale 5S.8;
Carniela Naso 58; David Harvey 57.7;
Alex 1). Laldlaw 56.1; William Cox
55.7; Margaret Johnston 54.3; May
Russell 50.5; Mary D'Hondt 49.1; Jas.
Brookes 40; Tresa DoLuca 44 8; Jem
Nlblock 41,6; Evenrd Low.'s 41.1.
F. I. CAMPION, Teacher
DIVISION VII., Orndo V.
Percentage of at tendance 92.92.
Number on roll 39.
Margaret Cullen SO; Jean MacDonald 80; Robert Mulrhead 75; Marina
Dlebolt 75; Ruth Fanning 75; Olive
Norgrove 73: Dorothy Brown 73; Pauline Bowness 72; Robena Miller 72:
Billy Crawford 71; Arthur Lodge 09;
Waiter Barrett 07; Henry Taylor 05;
Emily Taylor 05; Wendell Coffey G5;
Elva Turner 05; Lillian Dale 04: Lloyd
Burgess 02; Margaret Farreli 62;
Bert Pelton 61; Walter Aglnnd 61;
Lillian Webster 01: Malcolm McPhee
Oft; Homo Mullen. 59; Alex Williams
58; Harry Christian 58; Josephine
Demlchel 56; Jack Parker 66; Ellsworth Ryan 66; Vivian Kemp 55; Eddie Leonard 66;   Dorothy Steward 55;
Stanley Porter 54.
M.   C.   BANNERMAN,   Teacher
DIVISION VIII.
Percentage of attendance, 95.97.
Number enrolled, 33.
S cond Term: — Rosaline Weston
r,?2; Dorothy Flett 81; Huth Nicholson
TT; Mike Frost 70; Maurice Qodderls
70; Alberta Jones 74; Muriel Collings
T2; Bertram McLean 72, Patrick Harrison 71: Donald Garland 71; Jean
Rutledge 70; Jimmie Dixon 70; Xancy
McCriudle 70; Donald Melinite 05;
James Atchison 04; Wright Speers 03;
Kugene Kennedy 00; Reginald Shaw
.".7; Wiunifred Steward 54; Kathleen
tfonzuk 47.
Flrsl Term:—Ruth McKowan 7G; j
Hilda Robinson 07; Pauline Wise 07; I
Ma del* no Wise 00; KaLhleeni Nlsbet
65; Willie McCoy 04; Marshall MacPherson 62; Haze! Clapp 56; Ray-
ii,mid LiHK'Oiubc 55, Richard Ban
Quan 52; Gene Ingham 46
F   PAUL, Teacher.
DIVISION IX-, Made V.
Bdwln Haley 78.0; Lily Matsoii 78.4; j
Evelyne Eley 78.1; Phyllis Home 77.0; \
Mary Roberts 77.4; Winnlfred Pelkey
77; Beverley Collier 76.4; Jessie South
76.4; Helen Gllroy 75.1, Willie Cullen
74; Viola Johnston 729; Risk Randall 72.6; Cyril Harrison 72 2; Florence Johnston 71.8; William Homo.
70.0; Peggy Reid 70.4; Eunice Moore,
09.9; Edna Baxter 09.0; Marie Collins 68.6; Geno Blgattini 68.3; Evyon-
no Williams 08; Willie Steveley 67.9; j
Edna Collier 07.0; Sadie Qlbbs 07.3; |
Mary Fyfe 07; Leona Small 05.9; Nor-|
man Blaiuo 05.0; Posy Magro 05; ,
Marshall Russell 04.0; Gladys Burton (14.0; Betty Genest 04.4; Jessie
Cassldy 04.3; Murray Rombough 04.2;
Mary Lamoni 03\9; Elliot Harris 02.9;
Clarence Johnston  62.4;   Louis  Holm
Absent for some or nil tlie examinations: Gladys Brain. Gordon DBzall,
Fraud's Curie, George Httddttd, John
Magro. Lillian Rusoell, Edna Taylor,
Dorothy Worthington, Vera Sadler.
Percentage of attendance 91.02.
Number enrolled, 46.
P. M. G. C. MACDONALD.
DIVISION X.
Percentage of attendance. 90.22.
Number enrolled, 46.
Donna Leltch 80.2; Hilda Gillis 84.2;
Ethel McGee 83.4; Asenath Leltch 81.1;
Jessie Mackay 80.4; Jane Nisbet 80.3;
Norah Simpson 8ft; Pearl Friewnlt
78.3; Godfrey Holm sing 7S.2; Herbert
Potter 77.3; Owen Haley 73.4: James
Halcrow 73.1; Billy Whiting 72.6;
Buaye Futa 72.5; Margaret Rutledge
72.4; Carl Mullin 72.1; Elizabeth
Stewart 71.4; Robert Stevely 70.5;
Evelyn Holdener 68.2; Allen Patmore
117,5; Lizzie Godderis 66,3; Harold
Howe 00: Gordon Speers 05.4; Cynthia
Pollen 05.2; Dorothy Macdonald G4.4;
Yuel Guthrie 04.2; Josie Blefare 03;
James Lunn, Harvey Blrce, and Jack
Pattinson    024;     Florence    Steward
60.4; Edgar Oiiln 60.2; Allan Downey
69.5; Frank McClure 58.1; Robert MacGregor 67.8; Richard slye 57; Christina Williams 50.5; Hurry Walkley
50.3; Mary Pritchard 55.5; Edna Shaw
55.4; Edith Walker 43.11; Harvey Molr
11.4.
Absent for examinations: Eva Kilby. Edlrh Clark. Ruby Lennle. Pearl
S coble.
MURIEL L. BAXTER. Teacher.
DIVISION XI.
Percentage of attendance. 87.53.
Number enrolled, 34.
In order of merit:—Donalda Walker, Jack McAuley, Kenneth Haynes
and Cyril Robertson, equal. Edith
Faulkner, Klchi Maigawa, Norman
Hall. Allien NIcIioIbou. Angelo Prov-
eneano,   Qeorglna   Haddad,   Roberta
Collins,   Doris   Haley,   Stanley   Heise.
Kathleen Haynes, Carrie Spence, Harold Oeorge, Georgian Cox, Joe Ward.
Jack, Roberta, Billio Burton, Barbara
Patton. Joe Ban Quan Thomas Miller, Edward Romanutk, Ada (.amnion,
Radio Kozak. Marguerite Walkley.
Esther Leonard. Orma Hcotri, Robert
Cox, Cameron Macdonald.
Absent from examinations through
illness: Hilda Smith, May Clark, Mabel Clark.
AILEEN MCCARTHY, Teacher
DIVISION  XII.
Percentage of attendance, 90.72.
Number enrolled, 38.
"A" Clans:—Barry Hill, Edith Johnston, Stanley Williams, Elliott Dale.
Betty Brown, Gladys Ratcliffe, Hubert Llnnell. Frank Morro. Sheila
Hennessey, Charles Holland, Faith
Uyan, Mary Lee, Leonard Porter.
"B" Class: - Donald 0111, Ethel
Lewis. Stanley Weston, Frances Slye,
Florence Jordan, Helen Haddad.
Steve Romauulk, Cyril Goorge, Pearl
Stewart, Stanley Whlttaker. Willie
White, Allan MacPiiorson, Cecil Morrison, Annie Frost. Pearl Walkley.
Byron Kemp, Tony Naso, Mali Gee,
Mah Yuen, Patricia Parker, John Nlblock. Hunter McClure. Irma Taylor,
Harold Porter, Albln Erlckson.
II, FREEMAN,
DIVISION  XIII
Percentage or attendance, 90.9, Perfect attendance. 24. Number enrolled.
39.
Ralph Manning, Ruth Lundy, Louise
Bridges, Samuel McCreery. Douglas
Paterson. Billy McLeod, Barbara
Muirhond, Phyllis Wallace. Henry Mc-
Murrin. Mary Romauulk. Annes Gray.
Ina Colledge. Frieda McGee, Ellaine
Leltch. Helott Spreull. Willie Ban
Quan. Dorothy Coleman, Bernlce Coleman, Jessie Magnet, Clyde Colledge,
James Adams. Enos Wolfe, James
Thomson. Graham Patton. Doris Ding-
ley, Glen Bowness, Sybil Norgrove.
Donald Vance, Raymond nurgess.
Herrick Owen, Robert LUBCombe,
Phyllis    Macdonald.   Claude    Jordan,
Lee  Gammon.  Archie   Roberta,   Mar-
guorlte Morro, Bernard Nlblock
Absent from examinations: Muriel
Llttlo, Dan ('lark.
S. V. McCALLUM. Teacher.
DIVISION XIV.
"A" Class:—Joe Provenza.no, Florence Stender, Ear! Whiting, Myles]
Beale. Gladys DeWolf. Gertrude
South. Stephen Laflenr, Gordon Ru*--|
sell. Walker Willis. Mabel Griffin,'
Stewart Flett, Phyllis Ward. Ella Blgattini, Frank Jones, Fred Pattinson.
George Faulkner. Adolphuja Burton.
David Milter.
"B" Class:—Wilfrid Griffin. Teddy j
Smith. Herbert Conroy, Gladys Milne. I
Hazel Reid, Hedley Baxter, Gwen
John, Henry Lunn. Frank Harrison.
Francis Luscombe. Phyllis Ryan,
Charles Dickinson. Florence Strachan,
Fred Harbinson. Harry Collier, Dou-
gald Steveley. Grace McCreery, Edith
Fandrlck, Sunny Wise, Margaret
Smith, Ruth Briggs, Lillian Sadler.
Percentage    of    attendance    88.32.
Number enrolled, 41.
E. B. PATERSON.
DIVISION XV.
Percentage of attendance, 90.7.
Perfect attendance 21. Number enrolled 40.
Edward Frost. Arthur Hlnton, Fred
Lancaster, Alice Mah, Henry Mah.
George McMurrcn. Rose Naso. Dominic Naso. James Nlblock. Helen Sutherland, Esther Weston, Winnlfred
White, Evelyn Whltter, Edward Flo-
IIINK WITH IS AT THK
Victoria
Cafe
i.KASAXT 80BBOOXDISGS     i
SF.BTICE  OHSOBPASSED      I
HOME  COOKED   EOOH 1'
AFTER THEATRE OR  DANCE
PARTIES   CATERED   TO
Phone 77
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wer, Lawronce Glilts, Alexander Halcrow, Edna McPh-e, Ch&rtaB McQuald,
Phyllis Wilson,  Leslie Colledge, David Brown
L. C. HENDERSON. Teacher.
SYNOPSIS OF
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant,      unreserved,      surveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted b^
British subjects u\nv lb years ot age
-md by ali**ns on declaring Inter tlon
to become British subjects, COndl*
'icmil upon residence, occupation
and improvement for agriculture
purposes,
Full Informs lion concern; up regulations regarding pre-emptions i»
liven in iUi'ietin No. l. Land Series
"Hew to Pre-empt Land," copies ut
which can be obtained tree "f liargi
by adlr<*chint:   the    Department    oi
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Gov-
ernment Atent.
Records will he granted covartni
unly land suitable for agriculture
purposes, and which Is not timber-
land, I.e., carrying over S.OOO board
feet [ier acre west of the Const Rangl
und *».ouo lect per acre rast of Lh.ii
Range.
Applications for pre-emptions «r«
lo be addressed to the Lind Coin*
missloner of the Land Recording Dl
visl-rn. In which the land applied foi
Is situated, anl are made on printe**
forms, copies of « huh can be obtained from the Land Commissioner
Pre-empt 1,'ns must be occuplud *"i
rive yean aad Improvements maii#
lo \alun of |iu per ftcrt*. Includtnt
clearing and cultivating ut least lt*.t
acres, before a Crown 'tram can In
received
For more detailed information •«**
.he bulletin "HCW to Pre-empt
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for pur
chase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmbts ar- I
f'.*r agricultural purposes, minimum
price of Hrst-oUvas tarnble) land Is it
per acre, and second-class (gnut'igj
and j: 50 p«i acre Further Infor.
matlon retarding pun base or least
of Crown lands is ghan hi liulietii
No. 10. I^ird Berlev "Purchase anj
Lease of ciuwn Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
Umber iani), not aaceedluc ***1 aore*
may be purchancd or ipf.**' i -he conditions Including paj mem ot
stumpage
HOMESITE LEASES
I'nnurveyed areas, not exceeding K
acres, may br loused a*> hi meslies
conditional up.>-i a dwelling l'**-i*ig
erected In the first >e*ir. title being
obtaluab.* afu-r residence and Im
provrmen*. conditions ara fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
LEASES
For grazing and lLduktrlal purposes areas not exceeding 640 icrei
mar be Isased bv one person or s
company
GRAZING
Under the Grailng Act ths Province Is divided intp graxirg district!
and the rente admlnleiered under i
Orating Commissioner An nut'
graxlng permits are issued based Dti
numbers rar.ged priority being give;:
to establishud tuners Block-owneri
may form ajeoeJatioiis for rangi
tnans««m«nt Free, or paitlally tr»y
p*»rmlts are available for sett'**'!
campers aad travaKara, up '« . •
bead
NEW   PICTURES   FROM    THE   BRITISH   EMPIRE    EXHIBITION PAGE    BIGOT
THB   CRANBROOK   HEKAI.V
FrMay, April 4th, 11)24
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Single Stone Rings Irom
$25.00 ami OP
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1   LOCAL    I
J^APPENEVG^
Mrs, Thos. Bates, of Kingsgate was
i week-end visitor in the city.
Mrs.  Brown  and Mrs. Barker were
visitors from Lumberton on Tuesday.
Qet that  car of yours insured now
with Beale & Elwell. 0-7
i*****<H>*-H***-.".
\*mmifrm**m1faMt\altyasiamfli*4n    ify ma    tt\pkpssjmMk^ss9ls*mtty^^
Mrs. W.  Kiisltleigb  left on Tuesday
ir ;i visit to her home nt the const.
D. 0. Thomas, ot the Income lax department, Nelson, paid  Cranbrook a
visit on Tuesday Inst.
S. It. Fay of Fernie, was In tbe city
lho beginning of the weeh In connection with matters pertaining to the
liquor control board.
Among the residents of Waldo in
tho elty on Saturday and Sunday in be
presenl at Uie. funeral of the late Chaa.
Burgess were Mr. and Mrs, W
Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Allan. M
Knowles and Percy Sims.
li' you aro figuring on New Tires
for your cor ihis spring it will pay
you to call on Wilson's Vulcanizing
Works and get prices. Wo sell gasoline, oil, accessories and Second Hand
Tin ; and Tube;', It!
Mr, aud Mrs. John Taylor, formerly of Moyie. are now aottled In this
city, having taken u house ou Arra-
irong Avonuo,
For a first class car at a moderate
figure the new Star 1ms no equal. See
natcliffo & Stewart. BOtf
Mrs. H. L, Sawyer returned on
Tuesday of ihis week to her home at
KlagBgate after bp end Ing some time
In tho city at the homo of Iter daughter Mrs. Kllllns,
Special Prices on New Uattorics al
Service Oarage. I'houe 34. ltf
; We carry a lull lino of Men's Women's and Children1.; RuhherB,
W. F DOltAN.
Our low prices win every time.
■ Mrs. Garland and daughter left on
Thursday for Spokane, Up to the
pn    nt  Mrs Garland ban nol decided
| whether their future home will be iii
Spokane or Portland.
HAY A ['POINT CHIEF
GAMK  \YAK1>i:n   FOR
THIS DISTRICT
Buy n home fro
easy terms.
Beale & Elwell i
fi-7
Mrs. M. Snowden of this city, continues to improve after her rei ent Be-
rlous operation at tho hospital, ii is
suited.
Some radio fans In tho city on Tuesday evening picked up word from Los
Angeles telling of what was reported
to have been a very destructive earthquake In Alaska.
A QUERY FOU
L0CAL_H0CKEY1TES
(Fernie Free Press)
Kimberley boat Cranbrook 7    1.
Fernie bent Kimberley 7—4,
Rosoland boat Fernio ir, -5,
Rossland beat Victoria 8—C.
V-ollo-vue beat Rossland 11—0.
BollovUO beat M< Iville C—3.
Winnipeg boat Bellevuo ti—1.
Query: "What would Winnipeg do to
I 'ranbrook ?
NOTICE
Tlm drawing for the McLnughln
Cbupo will tako place at tho
Star Theatre Friday evening
April Uth. Tickets not paid for
before April 10th will bo dla-
ri*(*3fdod.
GEORGE AMTOM
Victoria   Cafe
Kml & Gun ('lui* Come In For
Worthy itfontlon Al Game
itiiiini Heeling
Mr. .1. ]■". Guimonl returned to the
city on Monday night from the const
whero ho hail heen iu attendance at
■ lit- provincial meeting of Hie Game
i'm'i iTvution Hoard. Mr. Guimont. on
account of pressure of other business
tendered his resignation to the board.
Thoy however refused to consider It,
Tin* local Hod & Gun Club's request
for a chief game inspector for this
dlstrlcl was practically granted, tlie
department asking the local organization to name it man for the posi-
tlon, Al tho meeting the work of the
rranbrook organization came in for
favorable mention. About tho only
change In tho Game Laws was the reducing of lhe bag limit on deer from
three to two and the providing for a
short open season on elk. Mr. Motherwell, chief inspector of fisheries,
wns in tlie city last evening and held
n meeting with the OXPCUttve of tho
'.Hod k. Gun Club. Mr. Motherwell Is
'an old timer ot Cranbrook, having
'been connected with tbe Bank of
Commerce about nineteen years tig'
Tho matter of opening Premier Lake
from April 15th was taken up and
steps taken to have uame permitted
,' Mr. Motherwell Is in charge of the
i Vancouver Fishery ofllce, which all
the Vancouver papers are lighting to
retain there being a movement on foot
to eiose h. The Vancouver people
feel thai it is hardly feasible to operate from Ottawa. The local board,
it is understood, are taking steps to
back up tho Vancouver protest.
Studebaker Light Six
MALK   \T BOI TH   BEND, INDIANA
A Few Fuels ubout UlO LIGHT SIX, mid Where II Is Made
THK  STUDKBAKER   1824   LIGHT  SIX,   being   powered
with n ilx-oyllnder urea those tiualitles of per
formance   ho desired in a motor car, such as an abundance of power, smoothm  i ol operation, flexibility and
lack ol vibration.
THE CYLINDERS are of targe bore, permuting the use
of cast iron pinions thai stand up and give good service.
THK ('HANK SHAFT i    machined nil over.     None heller
In any car.
ON A CONTINK.NTAL TEST the Light Six averaged 20
miles to the gallon.
STUDEBAKER 71 YEARS of manufacturing experience
—together with th<* savings accomplished through vast
resources, large scale production and the policy of manufacturing Studebaker cars practically complete in studebaker factories, thereby eliminating parts makers profits, makes   ft   possible   to combine   high quality and
low price In the 1924 Studebaker ears.
Factories  cover 226 acres;   buildings  contain     7,100,000
square, feet of active floor space nnd Investment amounts
to $45,000,000,     r.fiOO machines used ln 500 manufacturing departments.
Dezall's Garage
PHONE   5 0
!■'. 11, Dezall was a visitor In the
Windermere district tho first part of
he week, reluming on Wednesday.
BORN—At the Cottage Hospital, on
March Slat, to Mr. uml Mrs. A. C. Hayden of this city, a daughter.
BORN—-On We dues duy, April 2nd,
to Alderman and Mrs. T. H. Bronsdon
if this city a son.
John Lyle, and G. Gerald Blyth ar-
[veil in Cranbrook on Tuesday and
were active lu making preparations
for the exhibition of the Canadian
Forestry  Association car.
A Cookery Salo will be held by the
Parent-Teacher Association, on Saturday, April 12, Further particulars
later. 0-7
Olto Gray, of the Kootenay Telephone Lines staff, was able to leave
the hospital on Tuesday after his re-
rent  operation.
Among the visitors from Fernie to
the big Buffalo stampede on Tuesday
veiling last wero the following: B.
Hunter, Thos. Whitohouae, Wm, Hun-
James Clark and Thomas Uphill,
M.P.P.
Miss Alma Sarvis who has been at
home for a week on account of sickness, Is able to be around aagtn, Miss
Jessie Baynes has been relieving at
the Imperial Bank In her absence.
Try the Kootenay Garage for tbe
service that pleases. Agents and Dealers In Superior Chevrolet cars and
truck3. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hare were weekend visitors to Cranbrook. returning
Monday in a Ford touring car which
he purchased in the divisional city.
The worst stretch of read encountor-
Sd was between Yahk and Kitchener.
—Cioston Review.
Messrs. Nell and Cam of the yard
crew are taking an enforced vacation
due lo illness. Harry Gammon of
Cranbrook Is lu charge of the engine
in place of Mr. Neil, and W. D. McLeod
of the same olty replaces Mr. Cam.—
Creston  Review.
Havo that car overhauled as soon
:is possible before the rush starts
Far more satisfactory ln every respect.   See the Kootenay Garage.
1
The Ladies' Guild of tbe Co-Oper-
atlve Society met on Wednesday of this
week, and are framing up for the gul-
ice of tlieir organization u set of
rules or by-laws. They huve also
adopted a song dwelling on tbe cooperative principle, which is sung to.
well known air. Among the work
lhe Guild is planning Is the furnishing
and fitting up of a rest room In the
store if it is decided to move the business to another location.
Ratcliffe & Stewart will be pleased
to show you the new 1024 model Star
Car. 50tf
The matter of having a celebration
in Cranbrook on Dominion Day came
UP for discussion at the meeting of the
Native Sons of Canada on Wednesday
evening. It wu*h felt by many that lt
was but right that this most important tlate should not be allowed to
bo passed over without some recognition. It was felt that with the backing of the Native Sons of Canada the
day could he made a success. The
mutter was referred to the executive
for report.
SPECIALS IN
Crocks. Flower Pots, Mixing BowIb,
and Hanging Bnskets. 25r'r discount.
Watch our Windows,
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
Tlie P08t Ofllce department has Ib-
liitod notice thut the United States
authorities require that on and after
April l, a customs declartlou (form
MB) must be u-tnrhed to nil parcels
of general merchandise tpnrcel post)
posted In Canada and addressed for
delivery In tho United States. Thoy
fort tier require that commercial in-
rod|Ooe or statement*! of value be enclosed with books prepaid at printed
matter rnte, also In sealed parcels of
general merchandise prepaid nt letter
rate, posted in Canada addroosed for
delivery In the United States.
Individual
Attention
From the first lest for visional power to lho thorough
examination ot your eyes, tho
fiutil grinding of the lenses,
antl prescribing of glasses,
onr service is Individual.
Genuine Interest in every
patient has given us a reputation for successful lilting
Of glasses.
W.H.Wilson
1               Ji KU.
OPTICIAN             X
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***************
Iiiuuro with 1
onto & Elwell.
BORN. — Ol
Montla?, March 81»l
ci .Mr. mul Mrs
Hnydt t His olty
l daughter,
is your car insured against fire ami
iilHsion" ll not, get rales and particulars from Beale & Elwell. fl-7
Tbo Baptist Women's Mission Circle will meet at tlie home of Mrs. H,
L. Porter, 2.J4 Lumsden Avenue, on
Tuesday, April 8, at 3 p.m.
For expert workmanship in cliarg
ing and overhauling battories. Phone
Service Garage, No, 84, Wo call for
and deliver batteries. ltf
Mrs. Halpin of Kimberley, wlio resided for a time in this city before taking up residence there, lias been a
patient, at the hospital, undergoing
an operation for appendicitis on Tuesday of this week.
The Kootenay Garage are busy people these days, making deliveries of
several car loads of Superior Chevrolet motors. Kimberley is taking
iiiile a number from lhe local agents
through their sub agents, tho Kimberley Garage.
Mrs. Fred Perry and children of
Fernie are visitors at the Cranbrook
Hotel for a fow days. Mr. Perry has
been here for the last week In connection with ihe many liquor cases
that have been before tbe magistrate
lately.
On Easter Saturday, April 19th.
from H to i! p.m. the ladles of St.
Mary's Church will hold a sale of
home cooking and candy in the K. ol
P. hull.   Tea will be served.
Ou Friday last the funeral c
late James Llddicoat took place
the residence of his daughter,
Geo. It. Leask. Itev, P. V. Hm
conducted tlte services, which,
of n private nature were only i
ied by tlie Immediate friends of
family. Mr. R. T, Richardson, i
j long friend from Fort Steeli
sent. The pall bearers were M-
Lester Clapp, J. D.Mc Bride, J
Dermld, W. s. Santo. W. I.. W.
and Arthur Ward.
■inii'.yiiii inL!;.i. i ■;..,:.;,:.:.,:: ;■ :■■ ;■. . :■. ;     :.
jCLUBCAFEj
Under
NEW MANAGEMENT
Plane  has heen thoroughly
ovorhnulod and cleaned
FIRST CLASS MEALS
N|iffl»l:
CHOP SIIKY And NOODLES
I DAY ft NIGHT SERVICE \
ALFRED SETO, Prop.
-'how 1(5
.t r»i'
rroni
Mr
TlSOll
being
itten-
the
ii life
s prc-
ssrs.
Mc-
.rdiMi
.iist ix
Complete Hue of Children's Overalls
Rompers. Combinations and Caps.
Watch our windows fnr snaps. Our
low prices win every time.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE.
8PKCIA1  IM
Auto Strop
Safety Razor
Complete with Strop and Blades
ONLY
45c
Rogulnr  Price $2.50
at
Moffatt's Variety
Store
FSUUI     .
\Y CROP
FOR SALE
Cash offers invited for my entire buy crop, for 1984, less 16
tons. Situated neur Luke Windermere, 192!? produced 2r»5 big
loads. Considerable additional
^ area land seeded for 1924' hns
| good catch. Timothy and Clover.
Buyer to irrlgato nnd harvest.
Hunch in good shape. Irrigation
very convenient.
II. C 11. COLEMAN,
fitt Wlndormero P.O.
A Roomy,
Easy Suit
Smartly Cut
The Society Brand "POOLE" is notable for two
things: it's roomy, easy to wear, as comfortable
as anything yuu can put on; and It's smartly cut.
It's the thing for the man of conservative
taste, who won't look at a commonplace suit. We
have It in choice unfinished worsteds, in neat
stripes and plaid effects.
I
'I
flp*^'   M-Vfr'wVb"1 W*Vb" oWs}kf}smsmswk^ktmMmmmJ^^ *"*fr"*U
Hemstitching.— Mrs. Surtees, Oar-
leu Avenue. 2tf
Bottle .**: Dlwolt have two houses to
let. ti-7
BORN—On Montlay. March Slat, at
lhe St, Eugene Hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs j. Hodgson, of Marysvllle, a son.
T. ('. Dalglelsb of Lumberton wns a
Cranbrook visitor on Friday last.
Comfortable cottage on Lumsden
Avenue for sale, Cheap at $1,200 on
terms. Apply to Beule & Elwell,
Phono '20. li-T
Sterling Harrison has taken the position of accountant in the store of
John Manning, vacated by his brother
H. L. Harrison.
L. P. King of the B, ('. Spruce
Mills ofllco staff, was iu the elty for
a short time on Wednesday. lie Is
leaving shortly for a short trip to
Spokane.
Special]! Special! Tungsten Lamps
it burgafn prices. 25, 40, and 50 watt
for 3Rc.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Leigh lhe Jeweller has received a
number of hoy ring identification
tags, which may be had al the store
for the nsk'ng. No one who carries
keys should ho without one of these
metal tags, which provide means for
lhe return if the keys are lost, and
identify the owner In ease of accident, •
The call was turned in last Friday
evening to the fire brigade, to a chimney fire in the upstairs of tbe Qodderls building on Baker Street. Tbe
chimney had apparently caught, but
the heat bad been checked by tbe time
lho firemen arrived on the scene and
no damage resulted.
The members of tbe forestry department who were at Nelson last
week attending the Kootenay conference, returned last week-end. Including Messrs. \V. W. Stevens, assistant district forester. F. H. Pym and
.J. Sanderson of this city, U. B. Wat
son of Fort Steele, nnd Geo. Schupe,
Fernie.
THK SALVATION ARMY
HiMison Avenue
Brigadier Thomas Coombs, the
Divisional Commander of the Salva
tlon Army of Southern British Columbia, will conduct special services In
the S.A. Hull nn Hnnson Avenue, on
Sunday, April 6th.
Sunday morning. 11 a.m. Holiness
Meeting; Afternoon, 3 p.m.. Sunday
School; Evening, 7.30, Salvation meeting
Everyone Is cordially Invited to nt
tend these special services. D-6
HEIRS WANTED
M lasl ug heirs aro being sought
throughout tbo world. Many people
aro to day living In comparative poverty who aro really rich, but do not
know It. You may be one of them.
Send for Index Book. "Missing Heirs
and Next of Kin," containing careful
ly authenticated lists of missing heirs
and unclaimed estates which have been
advertised for, here and abroad. The
Index of Mtesing Heirs we offer for
sale cnnlafiis thousands of names
which hnvo appeared in American
Canadian, English, Scotch, Irish,
Welsh, German, French, Belgian,
Swedish, Indian, Colonial, and other
newspapers, inserted by lawyers, executors, administrators, Also contains
list of English and Irish Courts of
Chancery and unclaimed dividends
list of the Bank ot England. Your
name or your ancestors may be In the
list. Send $1.00 (one dollar) at once
for book.
lYmiNATIONAI.   CLAIM   AIJFNCY
Dept. 762
IMTTSBITKUH, PA., I1.JU.
Soo the n
& Stewart.
al Ratcliffe      Ira McNnb   of   Blairmore, was in
501 f. Crauhrook on Thursduy last.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Cnrtwright of Kimberley weiv in the city on Friday last.
We cany a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' shoou.
Our low prices win every time.
W, F. DORAN.
WANT ADS.
•**. AA A.;, .*„;. .*,„*. ,j, .*„;, .;..*..•..*, .•.,•„•„•.,,■,... ,*, ,•. .*,
* 	
|    >vm:\ vor ham: v
%        ri:\v mini ti:s
J to spare just pop into
* ond   Hand   Store and  luun,   ■,
a omul.    Always Something fresh %   -
£ iu to interest
LOST—-Or. Kane Street or Hanson
Avenue, Black Fur Collar, Finder
Please leave at  Herald Office.
i OR SALE—A Hudson Six. Cheap for
cash. Apply  Mrs.   Mary Grant.
Clark Avenue, ti-7
»:■   FOR  SALK  —  CauaricR,   guaranteed
•;•     singers.   Also females.   Rev. Baker.
UlompSOIl & Peterson      t     KImherley. ti-7
Proprietors X]
t
% Phone 76    P.O. Box 238 t wa.ntk
Armstrn
*************************
S BANKRUPT STOCK
FOR SALE
|  DHI'I'S. ST.l'I'IIIXKHV  ti
I    NTOI1K  lTHMSHIMJS
CRANBROOK, B.C.
TENDERS ore called f„r
g stock of HrtiRs anil stationery ami Store Fixtures of
tlio Estate of Jack Bralth-
walte Haslam. authorized
.Assignor, ol die City ol
I     Cranbrook.
value approximately $5,500
g      Stock uii-to-tlale ami ready
|l      for business.    Splendid op.
portUnity.      Lease of store
ean  be  obtained    TERMS
may be nrra"i:e> i -i appro-
g      ved security.
|?   Por Full Particulars   Apply to
M. A. BEALE,
Trustee.
S   5-7 Cranbrook. U.f'.
B
irlPnnwm m ■
About   R0O0  to  build
bungalow :u Wiudermere.   Advertiser  would   lease for Iour term or
buy on   mortgngo.    Site available.
'    .Hood Investment.      Box ('. Herald
0-10
WANTED—By the Municipal District
|    of Nornuay, No. 878, Acme. Alberta.
.    prices on 1 ear load of fir planking
lClg.80  feet   long   and   10  uml   12
Inches wide.    F.O.II. Acme Albertu.
JAMES, ll. PORTER,
""' Secretary
POR SALE—Litter Young 1'igs. seven ,
weeks old. Mother registered Vork-'
;    slilre.   Cullen. Cranbrook. 6'
I FOR SALE. — s roomed   bungalow,
,    fully  modern aud  newly  renovated
throughout. Apply Joseph Woodman. 6Ur
FOIl SAI.13.~- Fender for open gratr.
This Is a very good fender that cat
j    be secured  at  a  reasonable    cost.
j    Phone or call at Herald Olllce.
SOU
WANTED—Advertiser desires to purchase five room house with modern
|    conveniences.       Early . possession
,    desired.   Pox n. Herald office.   43tf
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Now is the Time
i
= in havo your
| Rugs and Carpets Cleaned
1 It will cost yon hardly any more to have ns do thorn
I right, than to pay a man lo do them al home, and take
chances of your carpels lieing ruined liy rough heating.
PHONE HII,US, Till) "tlASTEH ( I.KAM.II AM) KYF.H,
FOB I'lllt'KS
Cranbrook Cleaners & Dyers
P. W. WILMS - - PHONE 157
WE CALL FOIl AND DELIVER ALL HOODS — YOU ARE
SAVED ALL THE MUSS
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