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Array THEjQEANBKOOK HERALD
VOLUME     27
CRANBROOK, B.C., THURSDAY, MAY 14th, 1925
N U M l; E R .. 1 2
CRANBROOK'S VICTORIA DAY CELEBRATION
MOHDAY,  MAY  25th,  1925 "'vnu-ui.
VARIED ATTRACTIONS FOR
EMPIRE DAYCELEBR
'YOU AND I" PRIZE
COMEDY COMES HERE
WITH U. B. C. PLAYERS
Laid To Rest
Friday Last
BIG BROWN TENT WILL
SOON BE HERE AGAIN:
PROGRAM LOOKS GOOD
Parade in Morning Will Be Followed by Crowning of May
Queen and Maypole Dance. Good Pro«r;iin oi Sports
in Afternoon at Fair Grounds.
Had Long Run on Broadway,
and Is Everywhere Recei-    Funeral of Late R. E. Beattie
ved With Acclaim
Is
Tin' nrrungoinonts nre practically
now completed for tho biff Empire
Day Colobration put mi hy the G.W.
V.,A. in Cranbrook this your on Mny
25th, The program 1ms heen completed, nnd promises n full day of
nt Intel ions (hat will repay anyone
com Ins miles lo boo. Many now
I'eal tires have boon added that will
moan a grent deal of added pleasure
for the onlookers. One of theso is
the Maypole danoe heing put on by
the Girl Guides, immediately following the parade, anil tho crowning of
the May queen, Voting for the May
queen has heen completed at the Cen-
Itat school nnd lho honor has fallen
upon Ruth Challender, wlio will hnvo
as her maids of honor, Nora Miles,
Ruth Nicholson, Bertha Gartside,
Kootenny Orchards; and Mary Cameron, South Ward.
In the afternoon, in addition to
tho usual race program of horse nnd
foot races, thore will he exhibition
dances hy Thomson's Highland Dancers of Fernio. The usual baseball
gnmoa will be in evidence, nnd a lacrosse game will be put on in the
afternoon.
Following is tho complete progrnm
ns nt present laid out:
Morning Program
li a.m.—Monster Parade of Floats.
Cars, Bicycles. Etc. Prizes for best
decorated motor float, best decorated
horse float, host decorated automobile.
Special prize for host decorated
bicycle, most original costume, comic
decorated bicycle, youngest bicycle
rider,  best  Indian costume.
Crowning of the May Queen
Maypole Dance by Girl Guides
After parade, at government building.
10.30 a.m. — Baseball Game
First  round  for the G.W.V.A. Cup.,
at Athletic Grounds.
Afternoon Program at the Agri
cultural  Ground*. Commencing   1.00
Race  Program—
SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT FOR GIRL
GUIDES CAMP FUND
Friday evening last a g Ily num-
hor were mil io enjoy tlio entertainment which the Girl Gulden pill oh
in tho Parish Mall. As a rosutt of
the concert n nice stun haa been
added to the Girl Guides Camp fund,
Tho  program  presented  was of an
exceptionally  high  o
bor, judging from th'
greeted it", being tlio
nted by the audieni
pleased to have the plensui
inp again     the    bnonct   1
Parle Francois," which wi
given by members of the
Musical Society.     The ci
artists as they appeared o
gram wore as follows:
Banjo Duct, (a) The Black Coquette |
at  the  Audi-
evening,   May
Ier, each num-
applause which
uglily apprecl-
.    Many  were
tributing
the pro-
I After waiting more than a year
(for the amateur producing rights of
[Air. Phillip Harry's New Vork success
Untitled "Vou ami I." the University
of British Columbia Player's Cluh
, lias succeeded in making arrange-
I nifiils  fur. its production, and it will |"'
appenr  in  Cranb
tnmini,  on  Satur
"You and 1" is the ninth prize
play to he written by a student of
the drama working under the instruction of Professor George Pierce Baker, of ihe "English -17" class nt Harvard. This competition, which was
inaugurated by Mr. Oliver Morosco,
a New Vork theatrical producer, offers a prize of five hundred dollars
for the host play written by a Baker
Indent. In 1821, owing to husiness
llfficulties, Mr. Morosco was forced
o abandon his plan, hut another New
Yorker, Mr. Richard C. Herndon, took
up the offer.
In   1H22 fifty plays were submit-
Most  Impressive
Spectacle
LENGTHY CORTEGE
All walks of life
the   funeral   of
Beattle, which tool.
last,  when   on   tin
fine    Fast    Kootem
large  crowd  pah
representee
Into R. F
c ui, Fridaj
■noon of
nn
"The Mikado"  and "Daddy
Longlegs" Two Popular
Items Promised
ng day.
tin
espectt
passing
■k with
tunding
plot
(1 to
(b) Dnrktown Dandies!
Messrs. A. Graham aud F.  Pym
Dnnco   Pierrot
Misses    .lean    and    Harriet    Home,
to the  notable   figure
occurred Tuesday of I
such  dramatic  sqddeness,    St
round  the grave  in  lhe famil
«t the cemetery -it  Boomed hi
realize that the tall  figure, who in
fulness of life had less than a week
previously been greeting friends with
a smile and a cheery word, was dead.
The   remains   had   been    brought
from Spokane on Thursday evening,
nnd wore taken to tho Presbyterian
church.    On Friday tho body lay in
state for a time, ncfore the funeral
service, and mnny  friends took tho
opportunity to view the face of
i loyal friend
ted to the judging committee, con-Wn0 abov0 nn oIbg^,^ u iUJHl i[luIl„.
sisting of Professor Baker, Mr. Horn- The funeral service was held at. 2.30,
ami Walter Pritchard Eaton, the |cfiiKliiclc'd hy Uev. A. G. James     of
Phyllis Thompson. Aubrey McK
Song ..
'Cello,
Dnnco
Song ...
well-known critic, and "You nnd V
selected as lieing (he best.    The
I.   Indian
I heats.
C
race,
hulf mil
While   man's  horse  race.
half mile heats.
Five eights mile dash, open.
liorso race, open, half mile
bents, 2 in :t.
race, one ami a half
change horses nnd
es every half mile.
0,   half   milo
boats, 2 in X
Relay h
mil.
«|ii
.. "When Vou Come Dome
Miss F. Paul
'Romance"  -lean Sidelius
Miss Wanda Kink
   The Jockey   Dance
flliss Hazel Bowley
  "Tbe Spring Is Come"
Mrs. W. A. Nisbet
Camp Scene   Girl Guides
Lullaby  All
'I'm Falling In Love Willi A Shadow'
Elizabeth Miller and Hazel Clapp
Camp Songs   ... All
'ICI ON PARLE FRANCA!
A Farce in One Act, hy T.
castM
Mr. Spricgins . ... E. T. Coopci
Mrs. Spriggins . Mrs. J. Xor^iov,
Angelinu   (llieir Daughter)
.Mi.-s F. V:
Victor Dubois (The Frenchmen)
Archie Rnwoi
Major J. Ragulus Rpttai . .1 ic Pali
Julia (His Wifel Minn M. McCas
Anna Marin (Maid of All Work)
Mrs.  II. I.. Harris
„ play opened at the Belmont Theatre,
Creston,    The  centre of the church
was occupied by brother Masons, wlio
.in respect to their lnte brother had
ion   Broadway,   on   tho  evening   of turned out in force to pay their last
February 19th, 1928. ami became^ an |respectef amI to nccrmi him tm, honol.
"-'—-1"" ," ""'  ' Outside  the
nds who wore
ice Familiar
the words of
comfort and
■verently   dis-
instantaneous popular success.    Fol-|0f n Masonic func.
lowing a continuous run of over six | church were many f
months, it toured thc eastern United j unablL< to fjuin ndmil
States and visited Toronto, the only hymns wore sung, a
other Canadian city to see it prior \*\.c minister, Bpoaki
to its production by the Players' Club, j exhortation,   fell   nn
The P'ny >H II" epigrammatic com- pnsP(j oarSi
edv.  somewhat  resembling  in   style      T      ,..,,
,    ,. ,  ..       , '     .     In addition to mei
lhe   productions   of   the   three   great!       . . ,
1 T        | sonic order, who w
writers of twenty  years  ago,  Oscar .
Wilde,   Sidney   Carton   and   Arthur
of the Mn-
attendance.
if the Oddfellows lodge and
Knights   of   Pythias  wet'e   also
Tho late
_    ,      ,    -,      ,„   , "      l-oir. noaiue was tne llrsl NODle Grand
Finch.   During ita Now York appew-l, K     CI     ]o(|      ,nop    Jtoro
ance with nn nil . nr cast. Mr. II. B.!()mn o ^^^ Q m
Warner,  the  well-known   actor,   took;   , ,, ,, ,   . ,    , .
of these three ordefl marched In pro-
ihe pari  Of Muitland  While,  one of .       ,     ,, . ,
' """Mon   to   the   cemetery,   t||   honor
■ VIS"       ,,..      r,. , . the   Knights   of   Pythias  w>
: \\ un: Pinero, whose onlv contompor-! , . ,     '
William*1 » -i tt.   i t.   ft,ii   ! present   in  good   mini hers.
"im«mi>- nry American rival was the lat,. Clyde i,    D    ... .«    -
™   .     n   .     ..   „     vi Mr. Beattie was tho flrat Nob
I'nich.   During its New York annear-   . ,. .   .
il  th.
central   figures,  while  "Ricky
played  by  Mr.   Geoffrey   Kerr,
i   luter   appeared   in   Vancouver
i Henry Miller nnd Blanche Bates
■The Changelings."
Ret
:urn  \i
Vanr
i which has not been accorded at any
other funeral yet held in this eity.
Nearly seventy cars were in the procession to the cemetery, and among
those who followed the coffin were
business associates from Vancouver,
Chinese service the members of the members of the harbor board thore,
Chinese mission took a part, tho lend- nnd friends of the late Mr. Beattie
r reading in Chinese a portion of the from Wiudermere, Fernie, Wardner,
ipture.   and   with   a   few   of   the  Kimberley,   Movie,   and   many  other
open.
open.
out   patrol   cup
Fool Paces-
nm yard* dash
Half mile  fool   n
Pole vault, open,
The   G.W.V.A.   S
uili  I  < ..'m'-i-. led  fQt^^^^^--—
2.110   p.m.     Lacrosse  Game
Cranbrooit vs. Klmberloy,
Agricultural Grounds.
Thomson's   Highland   Dancers   iu
Exhibition   Dances  Between   Pace-:.
(t,(III p.m.    Final Basehall Gamo
For GUV. \. Cup. Athletic Grounds.
Evening       Dnnco at the Auditorium.
Robinson' Orchestra,   Foatur-
uring Thomson's Highland
Dam oi - between dances.
GOD RAVE THE KINO
It is under | I thai Kimberley will
hold their big day on July 1st. In
deference to Its lister city, Cran-
brook will nol pul on any big day at
that lime, it now being recognised
lhal  Cranio..ok'- hit; day is |he 84th
May, when n mutual exchange of vis
it   hetwoon the residents or tho two
towm take  place, to cement thc g I
will and feeling In ihe district
Th,. baseball on May 86th takes
place on ihe \ inn tour Athletic Association ground   nl  10.80 and fi p.m.
sharp.       The   two  teams having the
highest percentngo on this date will
play in the morning, the winners to
play Wycllflfo in tile evening, that
loam heing the pn
theG. W. V. A. cup.
promises I he snap) ^^^^^^^
ie Association have spent a „ood deal
of money on the present grounds, ami
now have Ihoiu in first class shape
The   Misses   Beattle,  accompanied
by their grandfather, thi :    Miss
I.. Beattie. and other relntivi . !• U
on Saurday |as| to return i" ho const
afer having heen called to this city
in connection with the death of ihe
late K. E, Beatiie.
doubtedly the greatest value in
tainment   that   Cranbrook   has
experienced  is  offered in the
six-day     Chautauqua     which
opens in  the big hrown tent Thurs-
y, .May 2S.
In addition to quality thi.s year
there is also unusual variety, music
having a prominent place on oach of
the six days, including the old time
favorite comic opera "The Mikado,"
which will he presented by a company
of talented artists on tho second
night.
Chautauqua has a play and for
this year will be presented
the hig stage success, "Daddy Long
Lens," on the fifth night, whilst on
the afternoon of the second day there
will be a one-act episode, "The Silent
System."
Mrs. McDonald is to be here with
her Calgary youngsters for the opening programme, and for good measure there will be the Howard Russell
Revue, a splendid variety company'
in comedy, Scotch and coster songs
on the third day.
Those win) have been demanding
Canadian artists will he taken care of
this year in at least two of the lecturers, Dr. Rivers, who speaks on tho
"Second Chande, nr Lessons from
Life" and Dr. Korhy, whose subject
is "Canada's Contribution to World
Lifo."
Other musical features are the
Rainbow Novelty Company, with Eileen Iloff, dramatic soprano, who
give the closing programme; Boyd
Concert Company, in songs, instru-
mentals aud sketches; the Tziganos,
in songs, monologues and fjrnnd opera
airs.
For tho special benefit of the children it is likely a fancy dregs parade
will be arranged, at which prizes for
the best dressed and comics from the
schools will bo given, along with a
grand prize for the best fancy dress
nnd comic in the whole compaoy of
children.
Tickets will shortly be on sale at
the popular season prices of $3 for
adults, and $1 for children.
!CRANBR00K WILL ACT AS
HOST TO BIG CONVENTION
Gathering Will Mark Quarter-Century of Progress by Associated Boards of Trade. Excursion to Kimberley and
Social Session Will Be on Program.
ROUTINE MATTERS
DEALT WITH AT SCHOOL
BOARD MEETING
The rogular monthly meeting of
the school board was held in the
council chamber on Friday evening
last, all the erustecs being in attendance.
The minutes of the regular meeting
of April 8rd were read and approved nnd the following communications
wero presented, nnd upon motion
were ordered filed:
From Smith. Davidson & Wright,
quotation on slate blackboard; J. W".
Gibson, director of elementary agricultural education, advising that on account of the early growth tNs year,
the department had been unable to
[ship trees to Cranbrook this year; further (omunication from the provincial
board of health, regarding vaccination regulations; secretary of the Canadian Armenian Near East Relief
Committee, with reference to Inter-1
national Goodwill Day and the cloth- d
ing of refugees. I bef
The secretary intimated that n
prize of $10.00 jriven to the Centra]
School had heen returned hy tbe principal with the request that throe pictures be purchased, valued at SO.00.
and  that  the  hoard  have  these pic-
Next week will be a busy time with
members of the hoard •■*,' trade, who
are interesting themselves in the big
gathering to he held here in the form
f the annual convention <.f the As-
ociated Boards of Trade of Eastern
British Columbia. 1: is expected
there will he ;i large attendance of
delegates from the various hoards of
trade i" the Fast ami West K'ootenay
nnd pans of the southern interior,
ami many matters of Importance, counting the general development of
the province will come up for discussion.
Those of the delegates who are
particularly interested in mining nre
to he jriven the opportunity of seeing
a; first hand the extent of the operations of \hu Consoli dated Mining &
Smelting Co.. at Kimherley. hy the
kindness of the company officials,
an Inviation being given to the convention last year to view the operations being undertaken at the Sullivan Mine and Concentrator, This
ursion will take place on Wednes-
the cars leaving the city shortly
re noon, and proceeding to the
;ullivan mine. Lunch will lie served
there, and the party will then proceed
to the concentrator.
Most of the delegates, it
ed, will arrive on the Tues
and the first session will hi
is expect-
ay trains,
held that
tures framed.     The suggestion of the i evening at the city hall.      The bus-
principal was accepted,  the  picture?  ines*   will   be   continued   Wednesday
MOTHER'S DAY GIVEN
DUE OBSERVANCE IN
CITY CHURCHES
Chinese members of the mission sang'points.
two hymns in their native tongue,
"Oh Happy Day" and "Thero is a
Happy Land." Tho Knjrlish part of
the service "ns conducted by Rev,
K. W. MacKay, who took occasion to
Kev. A. G. James conducted the
service of committal at the grave,
and this was followed by the Masonic
service, read hy the Blaster of Cranbrook   Lodge,   Bro.   K.   T.   Cooper.
OBSEQUIES OF CHINESE
MERCHANT ARE VERY
LARGELY ATTENDED
Compatriots    From   Distant
Points Come to Take Part
in Fnnpral
mt   holders   <»f|„n,|  the  Dai
This hall game J the deceased
The Athlet
Police Court Casei
Several eases appeared in the city
police court nl tlio beginning of the
week. Two young women nreHted
as nfght walkers wore given the benefit of tbe doubt aud tho chnrges
were dismissed. A local taxi driver
pleaded guilty to speeding on the
main thoroughfare, and was fined
$r».0()( and for neglecting to hnve his
lights in order wns also fined $2.50.
A number of motorists have also appeared for infractions of the parking
and tratllc regulations.
Sunday afternoon Chinatown pre
sealed an animated nppenrom e when
hundreds of Cranbri
gregatcd thoro to witness the funeral
of thi' late Leo .'"Im. v*ii" had pni ed
away aboul eighl tl previously
folloVlng an attack of pneumonia,
The late 1 e,> John was well und
favornblj Knew n iimoni] nol onlj in i
own countrymen, but among Hie English speaking peoplo nf Cranbrnok
(strict.   The cm- nd   nol only
■nt iu the cily hut from all parts
iif the district, were present I" pay
their last  respects  to one who had
been an influential leader in lho Chinese colony.
The funeral service wn.-. undei' tin
auspices of lhe Chinese Free Mason:
Coon  Cluh, of whld
vas  a   very   prominent
■ral lessons that might Members of the lodge formed a
the taken from the ceremony that was square ,mn„| *no pi(,t, nnd filed round
being conducted. Ne said in part,U0 deposit their sprig of green in tho
"if our practices were more in ac-' ve< T|](l ,,.,]] bearers were six
eonhnce with the principles of the Im.n,hers of the Masonic lodge, and
christian religion it would be easier oW trlendx of the late Mr. Benttie,
iuv these Chinese to appreciate chris- j t.0i»^jstinK of T. M. Roberts, Dr. F. B.
tinnlty, *    in connection therewith hfl Miles, H. White. A. A. MacKinnon, B.
made  reference  to  the great  Chinese  Small  nnd  K.  Home.
student and diplomat, T. 'A. Koo, who Th(J \aYBQ concourse of people, thc
was considered by many to be th« j profusion of flowers at the grave,
-■ui tnndlnR and distinguished mind ami tne representation from the three
ut the Geneva Conference as well ns j lodges combined to make the funeral
possibly the most notable the eity hns
at ih(. great Student Christian Con
ference al Birmingham, England,
where there were 1000 delegates
from 2000 colleges from 4!) different
countries,    Koo, the speaker claimed,
admitted that he was impressed with
(he si in pi icily nnd sufficiency of
Christianity for the world's needs,
hul was amntod nt the discord OX*
i ten! among Christian peoplo,   Tlu
■peak
imple
ever seen, which quite befitted the
occasion, and denoted the varied interests which Mr. Boottlo had con-
Inected himself with during the years
of his resilience lure, and since removing to the Coast.
The list of flowers at the funeral
reveals eloquently the wide friendship
.the lute Mr. Benttie enjoyed not only
•laimed that if wo took tho |n the Fast Kootenny, In;-; among the
mossago and let it dominate[business circles at tho coast in which
he moved in connection with his position. These floral tokens of sympathy and romombrnnce came from the
oui- Hvos we would he more helpful
!-> thes,. poople with whom we now
pliffer. ^^^^
Following   the   ceremony   nt   theIfollowing
house the Flks Band, in full force, j    BlsiOi Mary
load the funeral cortege to the graveside.    It is estimated thai thore were
ovor sixty ears carrying Chinese and
others in the procession,
^^^^^ At  the graveside another gnthor-
member.    Those who paid atlention ing was present when Rev. MacKay]
to the service could no)   fail to he conducted   the   burial   service,   tbisl
impressed with the reverence and ro- heing the only service.    The Chinese I „,  „„,
speet whicb seemed to mark the whole service which mnny anticipated seeing Mrs A. W, Hodgsoi
ceremony.      In front  of the bouse did not take place, most likely due|M. Horie, Mr. and M
"Mother's Day" is apparently making fur itself a recognized place among the fixed dates in our calendar.
Sunday last was the day set apart
when all should pay tribute to the
one in whose debt everyone must always remain, nnd it was fittingly
marked in Cranbrook. In most of
tho churches appropriate references
were made and the virtues of mothers
and motherhood extolled. White
flowers in many coat lapels were the
evidence that a large number of hoys
girls as well as men and women
were thinking of mother.
An explanation of the origin of Mo.
ther's Day having been asked for,.
and as there are those who possibly I
are not acquainted with it, the following explanation is offered:
I In 1018, hy a resolution of Con-
press of the United States, the observance of a day under the title of Mother's Day was instituted. The president issued a proclamation for the
first national Mother's Day in 1JH4,
and fixed tho second Sunday in May
for its annual date. IU object was
the well heing am] honor of the home
it- observance demanding some act of
kindness of gift or tribute in remeni-
brnnce of mother — nnd father also
— to whom grateful attention is due.
An international Mother's Pay was
later instituted.
will be purchased and  F. G.  Morri
asked to do the framing.
The G. W. V. A. wrote asking lhat
tho afternoon of May 22nd be declared a school holiday, and that an ef-
ort be made to have Mr. Spreull address the children on thnt day. The
board put through the necessary mn-
'tion declaring the afternoon of May
22nd a holiday, but suggested that
,arrnngomentR be., made with Mr.
Spreull to address the children before
[they are dismissed in the morning-
There was a communication from
the district cadet officer regardinc a
proposed course; from W. R. Beatty
re an oil spray pump for the school;
Inspector Sutherland, reeardinc the
certificate required to be held by janitors; Chown Chemical Co., regarding
equipment for li»2.:j2t>. in connection
with tvhich Principalj Porter was to
he asked to turn in his requisition for
these supplies.
Inspeetor V. 7.. Manning presented
his reports on the Central School. Janitors at the various schools are to be
reminded that the regulations as to
the flying of the flag calls for them
to be raised in the morning and lowered at night, and put away during
the vacation periods.
Wednesday, Mny Kith, was decided ns the day for the visit of the trustees to the school. Letters of application from teachers in Los Angeles
'for positions on the staff were read.
Accounts amounting to $4,405.30
were approved for payment. The
meeting adjourned at 10 p.m.
morning, and the evening will be given over to social relaxation, to take
the form of a banquet given to the
delegates and their wive- hy the Cran-
brook hoard, which will be followed
by a dance
The convention will meet in the
city hall, and the banquet will be
I held in the K. P. Hall.
The basinets sessions will be conclude,; on Thur«da?-. A good number of resolutions dealing with various public matters will be dealt with,
and various committees have been
lat work on the arrangement? for the
convention to ensure as far as pos-
ible the smooth workirir necessary
fi-.r a successful convention.
Thi-; year marks the twenty-fifth
year '■"" the work of tho Associated
Boards of Trade of Eastern British
Columbia, and an effort is heing
made to mark this in an especial way
at the convention next week.
Church Officer. Re-Elected
under the cover of newly i
framework, covered with
body of the deceased la«
The service was conducte
onstructed to the fact that tho son of the dc-
•olton, tlie [censed had hut recently embraced
- in state, ('hristianity nt the local Chinese mis-
        il hy Lunrsion. ^^^^^
Lip, who called upon different mom-      Lee Look, of this city, is a son oflbly Native Sone
hers of tho lodges und othor frlondslthe lnte Loo John, and there are four [Mrs. A. P. Noble
md Jeiin, pillow; Dr.
and Mrs. J. II. King, Ottawa; Mr. and
Mrs. W. U Grubbe, Mr. and Mrs. EJ,
Paterson. Mr and Mrs. McKachern.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. McKachern, Mr.
and Mrs. P. Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. A. .1. Balmont, J. C Brady,
Mr nnd Mrs. F. A. Small, Mr. and
■ oi, Mr. and Mrs.
It. McBurney
to take part,
ward to the fo
Each would come for- other s(ins n"d daughters of the de
Mr. and Mrs L. Clapp, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Scott McDonald, Mr. and Mr,. A. C. Bowness,
Mr. and Mrs. Boll. Cranbrook A
if Canada,, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Burch,
•t of th0 bier, and aftor ceased loft to mourn, as well as the J
Annie Mcfiurnoy, Cranbrook Courier,
,      —u .-.- ... ......i.m, nn wuii os niejMr. and Mrs, G, Hunter and family,
making a reverent bow, would road widow. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Homo and family,
what was either part of a funeral The funeral was delayed lo allow Mr, and Mrs. W. I1. Gllroy, Dr. and
rlto or a personal eulogy lo lhe de- Chinese friends of the deceased to Mrs, F. B. Miles, Crauhrook Women's
parted friend. Following this nlcomc from the Coast and other dis-jLiheral Association. Kootenay Tele-
ISolemn procession was formed, andltant points, us well as others employ->phone Linos, Ltd.. Dr. and Mrs. J. W.
each as he passed around the coffin ed in this district, to attend the oh- Rutledge, Miss    M.    McLeod, Crun-
[would reverently bow,  Following tho I sonnies, brook city Liberal Assoc, Mr. nml
Mrs. T. C. Armstrong and family, Mr
[and Mrs. J. F. Huchcroft nnd family.
Mr, and Mrs. T. M. Roberts; Mr. and
Mrs. .1. B. Kennedy, Provenzano
Bros.. Cranbrook Lodge, A P, & A.
M., No. 84, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Guimont. Ladies' Aid, Knox Church, Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Scott, Dr. and Mrs. F.
W. Green, Cranbrook Council,
[Knights of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs.
J, A. Genest) Knox Church Ladies'
Aid, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. R. .1, Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Murray Mrs. N Hogarth, Mr and Mrs.
M. Leiteh, Maripodi and Riggatini,
Mrs. R. IL Ross, Mars. IL J. Caldwell,
Mr. and Mrs. lv IL Small and family,
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hennessey, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Fink, G. W. V. A.,
Cranbrook, Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Draper, DeWolf A Ham Construction Co.,
Mr. ami Mrs. ,1. ,L Jackson, Mr. ami!
Mrs. M. V.. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Morrison, Mr. ami Miss Kmslie, Judge
and Mrs, G. II. Thompson, Messrs.
(Continued nn Pair** Kivr)
KIMBERLEY TIED WITH
LUMBERTON AT TOP
OF BASEBALL LEAGUE
Sunday's Games Divides Standing of Six Teams Into
Three Groups
games were played in the Bast Koot-
•nay Amateur Baseball League, all
the games being well patronised, Kimberley journeyed to Wardner where
they won from the mill town hall tot-
P to 2. While Lumberton took
a trip to the Concentrator and carried away the big end of a Lt to 8
score and the right to dispute first
place with Kimherley, in Cranbrook
Ithore was n game between the locals
I and Wycliffe, that marked the open-
Jing of the new King's mill grounds.;
|lt was fitting, therefore, ("ranbrook.
Thursday of last week thc Quarterly Official Board of the Methodist
j Church met and reelected their officers pending the consummation of union in June, when the new governing
ifficen of the united church body
will be elected. Following a meeting
of the district board last week, delegates were appointed to attend Conference at the Coast this week. Rev.
and Mrs. B. C. Feerrn of this city
are in attendance, and Rev. Jas. Kvans of Kimberley. J, L. Lundy of
Cranbrook and T. K. Smith of Creston were also appointed to attend as
lay members.
It wus expected thnt it would be a
good game, but few thought Cranbrook would emerge victorious, especially after seeing the     Wycliffe
line-up. But the Cranbrook boys
played airtight ball  aid deserved to
wi:i. only one ei ror being i barged up
Bgalnst them.     Woodman pitched an
■xeellent came and got  equally good
tupport  from hli lean       Wycliffe
-tartcd the srorinir in the third in*
mn-L's. with Johren crossing the plate,
but Crnnbrook evened up in the
fourth when A. McDonald scored. In
the fifth Wycliffe again took the
lead when Ifolman SCOrd, and in the
Xth added two more to their lead
through Huffman and Johren. At this
itage things looked bad for Cranbrook. hut. tho boys came back in
their half nf the Innings, adding n
pair nnd tying up the score    once
should win, even against the Strong Imore. With the score \ to -1, start-
Wycliffe organization, the score be-jinj: the last half of the ninth, Clapp
ing 5 to -I. As a result of the panics Jnnd Hogarth ((0| on bases. Then
the league is divided in the standing. ■ Mortimer picked out a ball that suit-
two at the top, two at (he botottl and led him and drove it clear out of sight,
two in the middle, as per ho following [scoring the two base runners, Clapp,
table:
T.
w
L
1000
Kimherley 2       0
Lumberton     2       ll
Cranbrook   I        1
Wycliffe  1 1
Concentrator   0       2
Wardner . . n       2 —
Sunday the large crowd that ga
Ihered  to  witness  the  ball game at  F. BrlggL ..
the new ball park, between Cranbrook ; V. Woodman
and Wycliffe, were rewarded by nee-1 Cranbrook
however  was  the  only  one  credited
pc.jwith  n  run, making  the  final  score
to 1.     The linco-up was as follows*
1000|C. Chipp
f»oo;K. Rgnrth
500, J. Logan	
P. Mortimer
F. Bamford
II. McDonald
2b
.   c ...
. 8b
... lb
. ss
If
rf
P ■
■hu fvyviiiie, were rewarded hy pee-1Cranbrook  . .. (I u
ing an excellent exhibition of ball. | Wycliffe   O 0
L. Crowe
 Hinton
W. Staples
  L. Piper
N . Trimble
 Huffman
Holman
. K. Johren
0 0 0  10 2  10 1-5
0 12 0 0 0-4 PAOE    TWO
nre  CKAlfBROOK   RIBALD
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925
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5
YAHK
NOTES
after every meal"
Parents - i>ncviirti£e tht1
children to cure for Uieir tenth/
Give them WH-gley's.
It removes food particles
from the teeth Strengthens
the gums. Combats acid
mouth.
Refreshing ana beneficial!
, divisional suporinten-
ranbrook, and other C.P.R.
were visitors to Yahk on
,*. Their means of transport
ation was not by the officials railway
coach, but by a Henry Ford "flivver"
less its steering wheel, number plates
and tires, and designed to operate
on  railway  tracks only.
In
n
ild his
ngsgnti
before
While
ctor  Hi
the  R.C.M.P,
detachment of tho R.C.M.
leaving for his new districl
Horse,   in   the   Villain.
ad,, ami Th*. E. Olson wore
Ferry on Wednos-
ic ti ip being mnde
rti.ooHifl.ij*"~~-<5J££££* 7/-.V-1'
(j 'lull ll    ., .v-i5*ii&'rr-"'('
Heing
I     ,„,   a
child,   f>
to   Vahk
,1-H iu Bonners
,f Insl Week, t
ul... and they
[ in Hrsl el;i
exception or
outside of Bi
ine;  worked  0
n.l    Mr
Mille
if dn\
dame was not up to expectations,
due to a dance heing held at Meadow
Creek, and another one at Moyie.
Miss Lena Brogan was confined to
nr n couple of days  last
week with a slight attack of the flu.
Mr. E. Erickson, after having suffered from an attack of the flu for
the past few days, was obliged on
Friday to proceed to the Cranbrook
hospital fur further treatment.
Mrs. Crowe and daughter, accompanied by Mrs. McCartney and her
son, were visitors to Moyie on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Birch and family.
also Mr. E. Odian, motored to Moyie
on Saturday.
There is keen speculation among
the men folk of Yahk and vicinity
with regard to the outcome of the
big boxing mutch, which takes plnce
ai the Mill Hall, Yahk, between Nels
Moe of Crauhrook, and  Nels JopBOn
of Yahk. Some unexpected contest
ants have come forward and express
ed their willingness lo enter the pre-
held previous to the main
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
FHO.NK  10
Vahl,   anil
an.I Thnr-.l
hunt.
Miss   CnrlBl
days with Mr
i  is spending  n   few
I'atiiiare uf Yahk.
Tho Tipper hays,
recently purchased
from  Mr. Sawyer
„f Glonlilly, hav
a  Ford   roadster
if  Kingsgate.
The Infant child id Mr. and Mr
Warren, of Valik, has been seriously
ill for the pasl week.
Constable
the Coas
pected hack
ml Mrs. Sharpe  wont
n Monday and are
Friday.
Mount Baker
Hotel
30 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All with running water (Hot
and Cold) smite with private
baths,   some   with   shower
baths
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class fireproof Hotel in the cily.
An enjoyable
the   Mill   Hall.
club,
lhe
■ la
hold
n   Sal
of llu
Yahk.
auspices ut Ihe local
ihe   music   was   I'ell-
.F.C.N. broadcasting
Igory.      The nlion-
Mrs. .lc|isiili and her son, Paul, arrived from Edmonton Sunday to take
up her homo in Yahk (mill).
****
*
i
*
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
YAHK, ll.C.
Opposite Qarage, Near HrlilRi
Comfortable  Rooms with
Cafe in Connection
We Solicit Your Patronage
A. Hjort - Prop.
Apply Minartl's nt once. It
halts thc pain and stops inflammation. Removes all poison
from cuts anil sores.
Keep a bottle on the shelf.)(
Uj^'ljJ^!
GIRLS! HAIR GROWS
THICK AND BEAUTIFUL
'♦♦♦•E ** * *****
*********
*:
|   PAUL   NORDGREN
I STORE
•!• Spring  Is Here
| Come in ami have a look at the
% New Hhiimiwits , Just   Arrived
T Men's Fine l>r<*9* nnd Work Sox
* Fine  Dr«-s»   Shirts   in  Silks  and
% Cottons.    Men's Heavy and
£ Liffht Work Shirts, Dre«         J
f nnd Work Shoes                   *
? Ladies  and  Children's  Shoes  &   *
* Sandals.     Suitcases, Trunks       *
* nnd  Other  (ioods J
I Paul Nordgren Store |
* Oa V.ntn Road, neur bridge       *
**************************
"Danderine" Docs Wonders
J       f.»r Lifeless, Neglected Hair
Falling h;
dandruff  le
Thin, dry, wispy
quickly Invigorul
Btrongth, color ai
A gleamy mass
of luxuriant, hair
full of gloss, lustre ami life, qui-
\ ckly   follows    a
toning
glected
Ips   with   dependable    "Dan-
ilorine,"
itching scalp and lhe
neitril  immediately.
or fading hair is
d,  taking on new
1 youthful beauty.
f< genuine i
4 Up of neg
)  scalps   wit]
"Danderine is delightful on tho hair;
u refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
sticky or greasy!   Any drugstore.
THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
J. MARKLUND, Proprietor
When In Yahk make your home al
Till) NEW HOXBIi,
Tills Hotel Ib new from bottom to top.    Twenty-five nicely furnlRlieil rooms. All are clean
and comfortable.
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWHISS& ROBERTS
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.     Distribution Cars a
ftp-tclalty.   Hxcellent Warthouitns.
BAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.I'.R. DEPOT
Telephone 63        .:.
CRANRROOK, ll.C.
P .0. Box 216
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I       WARDNER
NOTES
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Mrs. .ft.c Allen, of Colvnlli, drove
into Wmilnol- on Tuesday afternoon,
on  ;i  Bhopping trip.
Paul Storey and l.en Flesberg mo
torod to Ft. Steele on Tuesduy even
ine; to attend n meeting of the Masonic Lodge.
Little Jenny Moberg was taken to
tlie St. Eugene hospital, Cranbrook,
on Wednesday lust, suffering fron
nn uttm-k of appendicitis. After i
thorough examination by Di*s. Green
 I MacKinnon, however, it wus do
eided that nn immediate operation
wus not necessary, so after spending
a couple of duys in the hospital to
allow of complete recovery Jenny was
allowed to return home on Thursday
ovoulng. _
Tuesday evening the first practice
game of the season wus held on the
diamond, when the regular team went
up against our "crocking" toom of
"dirty socks." Of course the game
resulted io a wholesale win for the
regulars, but it was more fun than a
picnic in the bargain for both players
und spectators,
Mr. ami Mrs. Vie l.undbuin motor
ed to Cranbrook on husiness on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed,
Peppier were also visitors iii town on
that day, motoring in on business for
the stores. __
Mrs. Howard Haney, of Bull River,
spent Wednesday afternoon visiting
relutives in Wnrdner.
.1. Shimodairn left on Thursday
for Victoria, in answer to a hurry cull
from liis wife, who is on hoard a line
at the dock there, recently docked
from Japan. Mrs. Shimodaira left
about four months ugo on a holiday
to her home in Japan, and on her
return to Canada lost wiek wns not
allowed to land, owing to some still
unexplained mixup, und is being detained hy the authorities nt the Coast
until such time ns her husband brings
forth substantial proof thut Mrs.
Shimodaira has formerly resided here
and is not just n newcomer to Can-
uda.
Harry und Sum Thompson, and
.lack Dow motored to Cranbrook on
Thursday evening to attend the lug
ilanee in the Auditorium, given by
the Plain Orchestra, of Calgary.
Mr. Qrnham, agent for the Home
Insui-nnee, Accident and Sick, etc.,
spent several dnys of lnst week in
Wardner writing out policies, of all
sizes and descriptions. If mnny more
insurance policies ure written out
here it will soon pay some of the
lioneficlnrles hotter to he sick for
a while.
Ben nnd Alec Duye and their step-
fnther, Mr. Overshy, started out on
Saturday last for a quick trip to
Bellvue, Altu., for the purpose of
l.riui;ing hack the car belonging to
Mr. Overshv, which is stored there.
The party, motoring in Alec's car,
look., down at l-'eniie, nnd they were
obliged to return home from that
point.
On Friday evening a meeting wus
held in the Club hull among: tin1 hoys
inn-rested, for the purpose of funning ii font hall tenm In wardner. The
meeting was very well attended, nnd
various husiness mutters were gone
through, which resulted iii the forming of ii regulur tenm. A subscription lisl wus heing taken around lust
week to give th,. team a start. A
new football has heen purchased, nml
the CN.P. I.hr. Co. hns very kindly
donated lumber for goal posts, etc..
so the tenm is off on a flying start.
As all the boys on the tennis ure
mostly Englishmen, and consequently
players of old, we may expect to
witness some good gomes in the com
ing months,
■i *.,;■:■;
From Sa?; a Barbara to
Cranbrook by Car
Bv C. HUNGERFORD POLLEN
■tl Mu
dr:
i'in.
,vlei
up
the
orful
''.,     ■*■*!■    „
Spending ono night at Pn a Robles,
we renched Oakland un 17th April
from Simla Barbara,
One lias the impression of n won-
rl'ul country of rolling hills, green
with the fresh wet grass, specked with
Hues of eucalyptus trees. A profus-
o£ blue flowers tinged Lhc hilltops
with clear cobalt.
We crossed nnd rocros!
is river several limes,
and down its abrupt -all
sing one such BlUYiinU \\
selves among clouds an<
rain, Emerging on our downward
course Into bright sunl
doltghted with the vlvl<!
green hillsides nn whir
browsing, Thoro wei
bCrotches of smooth, fl
forever, ns il seemed, spinning oui
in front. Whon no one wns looking we kept up ii steady IB t<> 50 miles on hour. On tho horizon onG gol
faint glimpses of the sea, and of tho
mountains washed in foinl tones by
clouds,
A third of the business of the towns
we thought, must be devoted to motoring in some or other branch,
"Speed limit 211 miles an hour."
"The law 's strictly enforced," or
"Speed cop is on the job!" were sonic
of the notices that greeted us on passing through the towns.
I noticed a delightful school ut
Santa Marin, bright with lawns, and
flowerbeds, and the children grouped under shady live oak trees. Behind lay the blue Pacific, overhead
the bright sky, and the grey road ahead. Another glimpse was of some
nuns in wide white caps, entering a
nent cemetery. Beside it a wonderful group of old mission buildings.
The Oakland hotel seemed to be
magnificence itself. We dined to
the music of a band. Alameda. Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco
are, for all material purposes, one
vast populous centre.
We  peered   through  the  morning
mists, and got onr fii-i glimpses of
San Francisco across the bay
skyscraper buildings,  gilded
ami an endless vista of hous
ched away into tho distance
hum of the traffic began to
the sighing of the tide.
We kepi our mop ''
threaded our way among
and traffic in considerate
and finally readied    Ihp
carried us across the last
Bay of San Francisco.
We were headed now
Red Bluff and Grants P«f
a night at Corning, nnnt
ku.     This last day was a
Iy wet.     The highway w
pair and such notices as
Not Passable," "No Cros
:   ! ' M"l!/,i:,!!ll,!linill;i;iii:il|,:!1|l'!l'ii'!Mi,iii;'l^
many beautiful views we otherwise
would huve had. Volumes of dense
smoke rose in puffs from below Indicating that the railway was, like
ourselves, threading its way nlong
tho river. After reaching Dunsmulr
we crossed wide, open country, bordered by the rising slopes of hills. Although over dirt roads, we made
good time.
We left Eureka on a beautiful day
uml Lho occasional showers of rain
only enhanced tho freshness and-
beauty of tho scenery. The highway led Us over n wonderful range
• >l' mountains, on the summit, of
which we found Home two feet of
iw. t 11 gave us no trouble or only, whatever. On the contrary,
enjoyed tho thrill of soaring up
the ascents on "high" and gild-
down  with the "poetry of ino-"
Ai Rosoburg we :
eucalyptus trees or
given place to elms
in the journey were
■ealiy.ed that lb
'blue gums" bad
nul limes earlier
further displac
ed by a different fauna and flora.
Pines again seemed to predominate
along the red cuttings of the Sacramento.
Wc had passed through the scenes
of Bret Hnrte's stories nnd had perhaps traversed the very roads on
which "Yuba" Bill bad operated his
stage: the tree on the summit where
Jack Hamhlin pinned the ilt'e of spades with his bowie knife; tbe remains oi" tbe flume over which '\Mliss"
passed to search for her father after
ihe sound of the fatal shot.
I like to think that I identified
Colonel Starbottlo on the sidewalk of
one of tbe towns we passed, radiating
good humored patronage, in spite of
"dry" laws and the era of motor traffic.
We met many interesting and amusing characters. A brighteyed, plain,
sandy man, seemed the very Mark
Taploy of the modern highway. He
had picked up rides from passing tra-
\ Hers, and been carried over great
listances, even to Vancouver and
back. This talkative, Jolly man
would be a pleasant companion, and
no doubt paid his fare with interest
with his bright ideas ami conversation.
In spite of some rain nt starting
we reached Portland from Rosoburg
in good time. We lunched ut Cor-
vallis on the Willlamette river now
highly in flood. Arriving in the most
congested pnrt of Portland, where it
is almost impossible to find a place
to park, we bad to go three times
round a block before we could bring
our car safely to the hotel entrance.
From Portland the Highway traversed magnificent scenery on tbe
1 the motorist to he chnry.      We|BoUth of the Columbia, in some plncei
crossed tho Sacramento and Pit rivers Girting waterfalls, in others round.
that are marvels or engineering skill, inB VB8t cliffs and shoulders of the
nding and descending in gentle | mountains,   where   its   passage   has
curves that give a kaleidoscopic
feet of changing vistas of scenery
Tbe soil in the cuttings is red w
Vi
do
:tl-el-
lib
(•fn
and
•111
i .1*.
of lhe
"P;
111
dding,
Wl
spent
nl
Gurc-
st
ntlro-
mc
01' re
el-ous.
IT."
worn-
vilh
iron, pine treos began to appear bi
plenty, and buckeye and flowering
shrubs indicated a change in the character of the country. Wp surpris-
d many old buildings in the clefts
tnd valleys and noticed evidences of
old placer workings in the river beds.
The tops of the mountains were obscured by clouds and no doubt We lost
"Mother's Pay" was celebrated iu
the Sunday School, last Sunday, by
open song service. Mrs. Guest,
the president, gave 0 pleasing talk
tbe members on the meaning of
Mother's Pay and mutters relating
to it; and an interesting incident tool;
place during tbe service when the
C.G.l.T. girls arose and sang the song
"Mother" in a very pleasing manner,
indeed, each C.G.l.T, girl ropresent-
one of the letters of tbe word.
Tbe mothers
lighted to fim
ed ou their
Company store
itber" with
Saturduy lust, in
Duy, May  luth.
of the town were de.
themselves remem
special day, by tht
who presented oocr
a lovely budded rosi
li honor of Mother*,
proved a
The Misses Finley and Me-b. Dallas,
f Cranbrook, motored to Wardner
n Friday evening nnd spent several
hours  visiting   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Fred
Wynn.
The first tourist in a hurry passed
through Wardner on Thursday evening on a record run to Moose Jaw.
Having left Portland, Oregon, early
lhat day, be planned on making
Moose Jaw the next evening, but in
pile of his promise to the contrary
Wo haven't heard yet if he reached
that town or the nearest hospital.
Mr. Then. Thompson and soils motored I«) Bull River on Sunday evening, accompanied by Mrs. Howard
lianey,   who   returned   home   after
Last Sunday's ball paiw
icond defeat for lbe Wnrdner tenm
when Kimherley beol them by a score
f ten to two. The homo boys put
up a poor game, muffing various
balls and catches lhat should have
been easy, especially In the infield.
Sam Thompson, second base, tumbled
nil over himself several times attempting to pick up this easy kind,
while Ben Knihny tried bis hest to
do the same thing at third base. lien,
however, retrieved bis reputation by
several exceptionally good enl dies,
for which he hud lo spring high and
quick. Jnck Do\v pitched an excellent game for Wardner.    The catcher
f the Kimberley team was put out
early in the game hy a blow on the
head from the ball as struck back by
Frank Thompson, hut fortunately a
bad headache wus the only result,!
and n substitute being put in. thej
gum,, went on. The Kimberley team
did some might y good nil-round ploying, and bod WnrdnOr not been so
■areless in lbe grounders, etc., 'the
mtv would not havo been so onesided. Vic Lundbum ncted as umpire.
The next ball gnme of tbe Wardner
team will lake place on Sunday next,
Mny 17th, when (hey will play lhe
team from the Concentrator, again
the Wnrdner diamond. Get to-
gether hoys und see if you cnn'l turn
the next score over in your direction.
Mr. and Mrs. A"le"c Daye, nud Mrs.
Chas. Ilnmrln motored lo Ilull Uiver
[ponding the weekend iu  Wardner, un Sunday evening.
been cut from the solid rock. Final);
the road climbs the high bench aud
reaches more open country.
Unfortunately for us f>0 miles oi
road wns being freshly oiled, and wi
renched Pendleton with our wind
shield almost obscured. But we were
glad to get there as a final detour
of 25 miles over country roads, not
of the hest, delayed us until long
after durk. The country almost resembled Alberta, being of wide extent, flat and spotted with many
prosperous farms.
Between Pendleton and Spokane,
the roads compared to what we had
been used to, were not so good. It
is of course inevitable thnt all roads
wear out, What is now slow travell
Ing may in a few months bc the best
stretch. The country lay for the
most part across low, undulating
prairie lands, with an appearance of
heing deeply cultivated.
Good ns all the hotels were that
We visited en route, reasonable their
prices, and obliging their staffs, it
remains for the Kootenny man to
find iu the Davenport at Spokane his
especial  Mecca.
If "Everybody's Sweetheart" lives
in Hollywood, so is the Davenport
everyone's home. But tbis is nn-
oiher slory as tbe saying is.
* We left Spokane full of bop,
sweetness,  floating so  to  speak   for
some 80 miles on the finest concrcle
joad surface. Then alas a sad tale unfolded itself.   Owing to road repairs
we were sidetracked into detours
many miles in extent.    No doubt
the season opens these irregularities
will be made right nnd the roads be
■/en good.      We enjoyed tbe first
ght  of the  Kootenay  and of the
many points of interest so familiar
to the early days of Crnnbrook and
Fori Steele.
Reaching Cranbrook completed our
journey of about 1711 miles. The
drivers seat is not the best for observing the scenery. Towns, mountains, rivers pass by in a composite
view, his glimpses of individual scenes
are in the nature of snapshots. But
the journey is a wonderful experience
and not the least of its pleasures are
tbe constant kindness and signs of
friendship offered to Canadian travellers.
Oti: His Perch
is cha
after
American
) carve u great
ial ou Slone
Cu. has been
ammlttee: He
roying models
ff-yvm
E&
VOl 3;w#
*jgh%mfSt*Ki
Writing
from    Saulnierville,
D
gby Co
, N.S., Ali. John M.
T
leriault
- ivs:    "We      iind
'/.
im-Huk
a  splendid household
he
ilei!   ' CH
i, bum ■ id other accidents
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to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
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callouses, without soreness or irritation.
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pausing tlirougli Calgary wostbound
Juno 3rd ami onslbound .lum. Dili.
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PINCHER CREEK
CO-OPERATIVE    ASSOC.
Pincher   Creek,   Alta.
PHONE 27 tf
A cloud of sorrow was cost
our little town  win'n
celved of the sudden deull
kane of Mr.  R.  E,  Beatti
Beattie  can  be  classe
Movie's  pioneers.    Mnny  yea
when Moyiy wns in its boom
he waa one o£ the owners nf tlio fire
drug'-store, running under the nam
of Beattie & Atchinsnn,    Ever line
that time Mr. aVuttie tiwd himself t
the  people   of   Moyie.       Wherieve
anyone wanted advice or  favors of
any kind Bert Beattie  wns the '""'
to gm to, and he never was too busy
to -attaad   to   anyone's   wants   01
trouMts.     In   the   passing   of
BentWc Moyie has lost u true fr
and the goud work ho ll
the  district   will   never
memory of his many  friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conrad
toted to Cianbrook this week.
Mm. R, A. Smith spent sovornl <
In Cranbrook having some de
work done.
Otto Gray nnd telephone men
stalled n phono in the office al
mill this week.
MONTREAL-QUEBECj
To Liverpool _
May 22 June LO Jul 17 .. f Mont royal
May 20 Juno 2fl July 24 .. Montcalm
Juno 5 July 3 July 81   Montclare
June 12 July 10 Aug 7  Montrose
To ('lit i-'li'i; S'hampton Antwerp
May 20 June 17 July 16 Melita
Juno 3 July I July 26       Minnedosa
Tn Bclfaat, Glaigow
Mny 21 Juno 18 July 14     Metagama
May 28 Jun,. 27 Aug <> .... Montreal
Juno  1 July 2         Marloch
July 2 . . . *Mnrburn
•Glasgow Only
To 1 ln'i'l'i.,  S'lliampton, Hamburg
May 20 (From N. Vork to
Ch'W, S'th'pton . Empress of France
May 30 Marburn
Juno 10 July s      fEmpress of Scot.
Juno 80 (Nd Hamburg)     tKmpress
of France
+ From Quebec
Apptv  Lot-nl   ArimiU or
K. W. GREENE
Mr. Gregory Thomas was in Moyie
on Thursduy.
Mr. Bert Snug and Jimmie Martin
passed through Moyie ou Friday.
Mr. James McNeil returned home
from Cranbrook on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Monkhouso motored
here from Trail, B. C, arriving on
Friday.
Mr. Frank Conrad is remodelling
a house here which he is intending
to make his home.
Mrs, John Taylor spent several
hours in Moyie on Tuesduy lnst, returning to Cranbrook by car.
Mr. Vaughn returned from Nelson on Tuesday accompanied by his
two Bona, Horace and Jack Vaughn.
Robert McCormick, of Crnnbrook,
Was a Moyie visitor on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dornn motored
in from Cranbrook on Wednesday
last.
Mr. Tater and Mr. Kelly wore in
Moyie on business last week.
Mr, Bernard McDonald, of Crnnbrook, Is here helping remodel the
sidewalks,.
Mr, Hanry Wagg motored to Cranbrook on Saturday, returning that
same evening.
Miss Mabel Hinley spent the weekend here, taking in the dance on
Saturday.
Misses Lillian and Gertrude Conrad motored to Cranbrook on Friday.
Mr. Jack Martin wns in Moyie on
Saturday afternoon, returning to
Cranbrook in the evening.
The first tourists to camp in our
vicinity were here with us on Sundny.
Too bad we haven't hotter accomodation in this respect, as Moyie
holds many attractions otherwise.
Every boat available hero was on
the  lake on  Sunday.
n-k.. C
s, J. B
'eilRle.
Stanlay
n House:
r; II. M.
ith, J. A.
Mrs. G.
son. Trail, B. ( ., J.
T.   Burke,   Dorothy
Mrs. il. Burke,    Loshburn,
K. Wilson, Nelson; J, Mor-
Vuill, Bonnington Falls; 11.
il.  Kennedy,  J.   Harvey
ilgaryj Mr. H. W. Johns
eJiirm, Mr, und Mr
: tanlly, Mr, A. Bui
Baxter, Miss M. I
Mrs. M. Kelly, Mr
. Provenzam
■li. Mlsa Van
Baxter, Mr
Mrs. W
Alward, Qrsfory Thomas, Mr, Slye
Mr. De Wolf, Cranbrook; Thomai
( aldwoll, R, Burke Kimberley,
Two new scholars wore enrolled
at school on Monday, namely, Mary
Soutter and Melville Monkhouso.
Misses Rita McBurney and Evelyn
Ward were Sundny motorists in town.
Misses Jessie Meir and Emma Pearson were at Yahk on Sunday between
train hours.
Owing to several other dances
being held in the neighboring towns
on Saturday the 9th, the Robinson
orchestra dance given hero that same
evening witnessed a smaller crowd
than usual However, we want to
say that the music and supper wore
a crowning success.
Mrs.  M.  Conrad.
were in Cranbrook
and   son   Philip,
in  -Monday.
Mr. Bill Lawson took a trip into
Cranbrook on Monday.
Miss B. Woodman and severa
friends took in the tmperinl Radii
orchestra dance in Yahk on Satur
day,   May   9th.
Mr,   and   Mrs.   Soutter,   of  Cran
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Tho dance which was held under
tho auspices of the Lumberton Baseball Club last Friday evening was one
of the most successful functions of
this sort which has ever taken place
in Lumberton. The music furnished
by the Imperial Radio Broadcasting
orchestra, of Calgary, was excellent,
for the musicians delivered the type
of music for which they are so well
known throughout western Canada.
The same orchestra will tour through
this section again in the fall, at which
time they will make another appearance in Lumberton, Lunch was sorv-
d during the intermission by the
members of thc committee in charge
of this part of thc program. Many
of the surrounding towns were represented, as people were here from
Yahk, Wardner, Bull River, and other
places.
A special meeting of thc Lumber-
ton L.O.L. 2915, was held on Tuesday evening of last week. The or
gonization had has its guests some
of the officials of the lodge, who were
touring the district in the interests
of the organization.
A washout occured on the flume,
about ono mile above Lumborton, on
Friday afternoon of last week. Louie
Faulkner, who has charge of the
flume, had his crew on the job a short
time after the mishap occured and
the flume was in readiness for operation on Mondny of this woek. It
was necessary to replace about one
hundred feet of the flume.
The members of the Vancouvor
Harbor Board spent a pnrt of Friday
mornnig visiting the sawmill of the
local plant. The trip to Lumborton
was madc in Mrs. G. Hogarth's car.
is busy rounding up a team in tl
BawmiFl. 1 '"'!■ like it is going t
;i battle royal, and afti r vi1 game
is shelved the office and . tore will
undoubtedly gel busy ond challenge
the winner. The Nutl league has
not been organized »s yet, bul (his
f getting il started and
will be the impetus it
is   one  way
perhaps this
needs to sei
it in
Master VI
moved to lhe
went an operation
on Friday morning,
was successful and lj.
Do
well as .
The operntior
i   getting along
I Mra
(Jxpccted.
K. Limn, and fan
Mr. an
ily, are L
n Wednesday of this" week""" Tho
trip will take them as far as tho enst
coast, whore several months will be
spenl visiting relatives in various
points In Nova Scotia,     Several stops
will be made along the route.   The
trip  will  take the greater part  or
the slimmer.
of th
ordi
-Pet(
Lumbal   Ml
Kossi
elh Gr
firm school
ffiths, (ior-
Ma
Mu
The monthly meeting of the Lumberton Ladies' Aid Society was held
on Thursday afternoon of last week.
Fourteen members and visitors were
pfescnt at the gathering. Owing to
the departure of Mrs, Hunter. \"
lias been president of tbe organization since it was formed, it was necessary to elect new officers. Th(
following wore elected: Mrs. K. J
Dobson, president; Mrs. A. J. Neuman. vice-president; Mrs. A. J. Wal-
ion. Becretary-treasurer, Among tho
now business which came up for dis
uission, the annual sale of foodstuff:
and needlework was considered; it
SVOs finally decided to hold thc sale
the second week in Juno, tho definite
date of the event will be announced
later issue. After tho adjournment of the business mooting e
luncheon was served by the commit-
iharge.
Standing
in   April,   i
Grade  8.
Grade (i.-
lon Trussler.
tirade fi.—Vincenl  Iti
Hazell, George Griffiths
Grade 4.—Allcg Steve
Hutchison, Richard -bun
Grade 8.—Doris Hutchison, Gladys
Downey,   Albert   Griffiths,   Willie
Griffiths,   William  Trusler,   Edward
Kydd, Han f-.rd Lunn.
Grnde 2.—Phyllis Dwelley,
Stevens, Robert Stevens, Ham
ell, Lily Griffiths, Clifford Jon
Grade In.—Gladys Griffiths.
Hutchison, Glendon Carter.
Grade   Ib.—Innn  Woods.
MISS A. C, JOHNSON
Kis;
Max-
Jo.
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The annual show of lhe Lumberton
1.0.1,. 2916, will be held on Friday
veiling of this week, in the Lumber-
:>n hall. The show this year will be
real minstrel affair, unci consider-
bia time has been spent on the
prop:'*-..tion of the entertainment to
make it a success. A very fine program has been prepared, and a hotter
concert will be seen than that of a
year ago. and that is saying a good
deal. The funds derived from the
sale of tickets will bo devoted to the
annual kiddles, picnic, which will be
held at one of the nearby lakes later
In the summer, under the auspices of
lh0 Orange Lodge. Tickets will be
on sale during the week, the price of
admission being, seventy-five cents
for adults, nnd twenty-five cents for
children, kiddies under ten heing
admitted free of charge.
air. and Mrs. O, N. Jacobson returned on Friday of last week from
,   trip   to   Lethbridge,   Calgary,   nnd
ther prairie points, where Jake was
purchasing a supply of eggs for the
nips and the Lumborton hotel. The
ip was made by motor.
Mr. Jenkins, inspector for the U.S,
Epperson Insurance Co., made his
usual call in Lumborton on Wednesday of last week.
Mr, Gregson, who was formerly
in the employ of the C.P.R., nt Bull
Uiver, assumed the duties of enmp
clerk, nt cam]) number 1, on Mondny
of this week.
teak
Messrs. Jim Stroud nnd Ted Col-
son, of camps number 1 and 2, spent
Thursday evening in Cranbrook,
where they took tlie First Aid examination.
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., May it.—Tho body
of Thomas Turvis, the young New
Zealandcr from Winnipeg, who was
drowned opposite the Windermere
point, Lake Windermere, on Sunday
the 26th ultimo., floated to the surface on Wednesday afternoon, having
been  the  customary  nine  dnys.
Purvis was with an extra gang
laying ties on the Kootenay Central
branch of the C.P.R., between Golden
and Colvalll. Work happened to he
Stopped for Sunday near the mouth j
of Goldle Creek, where tlio young
man found an abandoned bout. Being
an expert in the water he took the
unseaworthy craft out and started for
tho opposite shore. Before reaching
it a storm sprang up, the boat cap
sized, and though he made a gallant
struggle for life, he was overcome
before rescue could reach him. Ho
has been buried .In the Windermere
cemetery.
Fred Archer, with Mrs. Archer, has
removed to Fernie, to which place he
has been transferred by a Life Company as district manager,
Lumberton was successful in copping the bacon at the Concentrator
al Kimberley, on Sundny afternoon
of this week, the final score heing
thirteen to eight. The score should
have been more favorable thnn it was,
for tbe local aggregation succeeded jAquitnni.
In   making  some  very  costly  errors' Herengai
The result of secretary C. D. Walcott, of the Smithsonian Institution.
Washington, D. C, in his geological
field work has just been published
in a neat and beautifully illustrated
booklet by the Smithsonian Institution, of which Pr. Walcott is the head.
The illustrations are from photographs laken by Dr. Walcott and his
devoted wife, who was a Miss Vaux,
of Philadelphia, before marriage, and
leal with part of the Canadian Rockies lying to the north of Lake Louise.
This publication is one of a series
of many Illustrating the work carried
on by Dr. Walcott nnd his wife in
the eastern section of the Rocky
Mountain range. Dr. Walcott's great
hobby is fossils. „An item of local
interest appears in this publication
dealing with a largo txilobite. which
now loses its former generic name,
Ilungaia. and becomes Kairnlla Bill-
ingsi. The genus Kalnella being derived from Mount Kain, named afte
Conrad Kain, a noted Swiss guid
and Alpine climber, who make hi
home at Wilmer, in this immediate
vicinity.
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ANCHOR-DONALDSON
during the game. The calibre of ball M
diil not come up to thnt of the previous week, ns Bob Mitchell did not
receive thy support which is usually
given him, or at least during the
game with Wurdner. The team will
have to get out and practice a little
more often if it hopes to win over
Ihe Crnnbrook crew, for the tenm
of the metropolis is gradually improving.      We meet the Crauhrook
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THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925
CIk Cranbrook herald
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
i]
.-il.li* niuiiunl ot useful and necessary business|
i ucled. hut a more useful purpose still was
11 llu' pleasant intercliauRes tlml took place
in iln  different i nnuuities.     At that time
f A. WILLIAMS - - It- TOTTER. B. Bo.  .,   ^ {^m]  fu[  ,,„,.,. .--^.^  bodks (|, cmbrBce „|
w i — ' 'u-imiparatiM-K mall area, llu- east end "i tbe Koot-
lobicriptliin Price  S'-.tW Per Sear enays feeling then that il should hnve :i district bo-
Do United States  $'--i>0 Per lev dy of it*- own in connection "itli tbe various boards
Advertising Rates on Application, changes ot Copy*,.; trade. But whether it was found later that tbis
lor Advertising should Dc handed in not later than Wed-i |,|.nl was ;,, reality too cramped a program, the fact
nesday noon to securo attention. remains that  it  is thc logical tiling, in the light of
- =s 11,,-escut tint conditions, tn have East and West Koo-
■iiti" one for what
MM. 1.
Till RSDAY, M \Y 1 lib. 192
A GATHERING OF IMPORTANCE
iu*\i I
APART from all other considerations
of Trade convenlion  which meets
week will accompli ba greal deal b\ simpl\ liringiiiK
together representatives   of    various interests anil
communities in the Easl and Wesl Kootenays.    In
dtislriall)  the two districts have bee ■ su welded
together that il is amazing in lliink that there ever
ban- l.i-cii differences In keep lliein apart The supply of on- from Kiiuberlej which flow * through this
city in an ever-increasing volume goes to \\ est Koo-
lenay where the smelling operations contribute in
no small nui to the health or otherwise of the
business pulse there. East and Wesl Kootenay
are complemenlar) lo each other, in the sense thai
each is depeudenl it|  the other in large or small
degree. Both can buasl of vasl mineral resources,
and while those of West Koolenaj have been thc
subject of more publicity, due lo a more thorough
exploration and working, il is nol unreasonable to
believe that Easl Koolenay is still in it- infancy .so
far as the development of its mining potentialities
Nol so many years
boards of trade were hel
lenay unili-d in a long pull am
developments are deemed most expedient. It means
burying am feeling one community may have been
cherishing against another, and a general exchange
ul' close-up perspectives that will be beneficial to
all concerned.
Ai ibi- convention also, the town of Kimberley, which ai lbe inception of the work of the Associated Hoards a quarter of a century ago. was in
ils swaddling clothes as a mining community, now
blossoms forth through il-. own board of trade as
the dehiitanle in whose honor lhc gathering is being held, ll mnj lie news to even -nine of thc delegates lu the convention that at least eighty per
cent, of Ihe ore and concentrates going through the
Trail Smelter are from Kimberley, and to see where
this wealth (rom the earth is derived cannot help
but In* an education for the visitors, ll is literally
Kimberley's "coming out party." marking the time
when it i- emerging from tlie period of random and
more or less uncertain development, into thc ways
of a town well .ou in il- -iiidi* inwards community
conscinuness.
Crauhrook will extend a warm welcome to
its visitors, and ben-'- extending tlie hope that in
addition to the business which will appear on the
agenda for transaction, there will also bc accomp-
t;o district in.-clings   of I lished a mure far-reaching mission    in    cementing
laiil*.   frequently, and a the bonds of interest between the two Km it enays.
Priscilla Dean, Popular Movie Actress,
Assumes Role of Locomotive Engineer
PAHS. — Hazel Campboll 71.5,
Harry I'nssicly 71.6, Ben Laurie 71,
Victor Holmes 70.8, Josslo Brown
ii'J.7, Mai-Rnret Willis 00.0, Elizabeth
Miller 07.2, Marion Miles 07.1, Do-
nabl Burton 00.5, .lack Henderson
05.8, Catlierlno Harrison 05.1, Edith
Carlyle 03.2, Melville Keaile 02.7,
Jnck Barber 02.4, Lillian Lewis 01.8,
May Brown til.5, Florence Findlny
j) 160.9, Arnold Holdener 58, Margaret
Mclnnis 57.7, li.n-is Mnckenrot 50.5,
.Selina llixon 52.7, Hilliard Simpson
152.3, Hilly Taylor 50.
Called, — John Melcult' 40.1, Etta
McGill 17.5.    Class Avcra-ec r,5.7
II.  L. POUTC.lt,
Principal,
TICKET CAMPAIGN
SOON FOR CRANBROOK
SIX-DAY CHAUTAUQUA
,    A meotlnjj of tlio Chiuitnuqun com-
fi*Q  Imitlo-Q was held on Monday -evening
Jul Uio ''ity hull, mul niTdngcd various
matters in connection with putting
nn thfl six-day Chautauqua festival,
whicli this var is taking place from
May  2S  to  Juno  :t.      Committees
j May 28 to June 3. Committees
wero appointed Cor ticket selling, etc,,
and ii is oxpected Chautauqua will
go ovor big this year. Last year sn
far as the class nf entertainment was
concerned, it won the sympathy of
all and many who were opposed to
ft Chautauqua at first gave it their full
ww support before tho series of programs
was over. The committee feels that
when properly prsonted the arguments in favor nf Chautauqua will off-
sol the objections that a number of
peoplo conscientiously put up.
With regard to the necessity for a
guarantee, it is demonstrated that on-
„„    „ ,.    . .,     , \inrra nj> Ily occasionally   does   Cranbrook get
The followlngs nro the stondings ot   • J
the Mav rea"y '1,'sl    °'QSS    8hows   coming
through, because without the backing nf sdmo local body they would no|
succeed.      Only recently there have
heen meritorious performances come
  „, Ily smnll houses, because there was no
principal will he glnd i" ennfev with   ■ »
11 . ,     .        ,.,    f to Cranbrook and wero greeted by on-
t in regard to ine nmu <>i
mid therefore be a warning to oth-
. who are too anxious to mala' fire
houl troubling m find out just
mi the law    is    regarding same.
I Fleet-Foot
For Every Member of
the Family.
Boys' and Vuullis' CREPE
SOLE   IAN   CANVAS
Child's CANVAS SANDAL,
Rubber Sole, while only,
sizes -I In 10 - 75C
MISSUS' ONE STRAP
Canvas, Rulilu'r Sole, while
only, per pair $ | .00
CHILD'S    HROWN    SAN
DAIS, Leather Sides.
Si/.es fi In 7 |.50
Sizes X In III |.70
Alisses', size I I" 2        1.75
NAVV and RED COTTON
JERSEYS
Sizes lfi In M     45C
There are « considerable number nf
posters all over KillilierU'.v (leidiiitr
wiih litis particular part of the Por-
esl Ail, nml it would be well if tho
public took n look at them once in a
while.
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LADIES' & GENT'S TAILOR
1113   Armstrong   Avenue
Noxl to W. I-'. Dornn
SUITS
- - Fit nnd Slvli- Guaranlrvd —
Wu nro horo to cator to your business
nml nl Prices that ure Itiitlit
We   Du  Cle.lilillK  antl  Pressing
Prompt Service
— P. O, llox S98 —
MAY HIGH SCHOOL
STANDINGS; LAST BEFORE FINAL EXAMS
lhe high school student
exams.       Parents are
that backward students
lime as possible to hon
ine; lhe coming   six
study tlur-
■l.s.     Tho
nnfer witli
Mo; Priscilla Dean, movie actress,
is not to \ie the engineer of the
Trans Cannda Limited, the only
limited, all leeper train across
Canada, even though Hie donned
an engineer's garb, mn ;i real
ire, and act
io
Trans i
ed ub,, aa slatibn master I'or one
hour in Yonge .-'tit-l St thm, Toronto. Priscilla is inter ted in
railroading, ami uas much intrigued witli a Canadian Pacific Hallway ticket around t ' ,. | I ihe
first coupon of whicli i.m. I tut .1
journey en ihis train which, bc-
ginn'mg May 17, is scheduled to
bettei its ttD-hnur run I,'tween
Montreal und Vancouver, iwo cities nearly 8,000 milei apart,
Prlscilln's bright ■■><■ opened
even \\ Id i .-. ith a loni hmenl when
she was Iold that ihis wonderful
train was in reality ten t'ul!\ c ; i»|>-
ped trains, four uf which ate mov
ing westward and four eastward
at the same time, while two additional trains are hein^ cleaned, re-
fitted and turned around, one at
Vancouver and the other at Montreal uml Toronto. The equipment
»f each train is limited to one bog-
gage car, one dining car, four
standard sleeperB, one 10-compart-
ment car, Vancouver antl Montreal,
and one 10-comportmcnt cur To*
nnte and Winnipeg, witli a draw-.
im": rootn-3*comparlmcnt observa-
ii >n sliitjier Montreal and Vancouver. Sleeping car passengers only
are carried, uml last year there was
a mie-night use of approximately
100,000 bertha for the 119 days the
train was in service. The east, and
wesl. hound trains together covered
0,292 inlles every day. The season's
mileage for the U.'iH trips was
7".k,71S miles, ut tlnee times the
distance from the earth to the
moon.,
There are 4$ engine runs daily.
Including these engine stops, the
trains make only 2n stops on their
cross-continent run. Owing to the
necessity uf changing train crews
un such a lung run, about 11
erewM, or abuut Hi men, ure required for one trip on each train,
while -is sleeping und dining car
employees are at work each trip
on u .single train, or nearly 400
men lor this branch of the Trans-
Canada service.
Banff, Lake Louise and tha
scenic wonders of tbe Canadian
Rockies have proved irresistible to
singers and musicians, actors and
act losses, and movie stars.   Among
the celebrated artists who have
visited Banff are Dame Clara Butt,
Golli-Curci, Elsie .lanis, Jascha
Helfetz, .link Holt and our own
Doug, and Mary who alt travel on
Canada's finest flyer, the Trans-
Cu uuda.
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You can get the best in weight and
workmanship here for little money, and
any other kind of Ring.
We have a large assortment of very fine Jewelry and   Precious   Stones,
and will   he  glad to have you call and
inspect them at your leisure.
RAWORTH Bros:
NEXT DOOR TO THI'. POST OFFICE
I DISPENSERS OF JO1
i"	
Mr. 1111,1 Mm. W. II. Wilson aceom-
i.i.-.l liy Mr. anil Mra.
• tini'<l to Spokane un Montl&y nml
I ,.ii Tlinnday,
tl,,.;,* children. Several students
hnve Btnntllng ttif I.m low. Nearly
always il is discovered iluil late hours
on tin- streets, heavy mtwltiiig out of
si-himl hours mi tho pari nf some of
tho hoys, nnd Inch of Interest on tho
pari of the guardians, is reaponfihle
for such low marks. This is aril always the ease, but il if sn, I'm* Ino nf-
ilcn.
l-'.vi.r.v teacher un fhe stnh* is nn
ximis I., give tholr besl lu Iheir i>u-
lilla. In return they . sped the co
operutlnn nf ullu-i-s inleresteil in high
school uctivilies.
Concontrnted work for th, nexl
■ is weeks will Rpell snri'ei i fnr the
majority ur tho high Bel I student!
Marks nro,as foltes:
Grod,- XI., Junior TOnlriculalion
ItONOIIS.      Hull lerholm 8.1.1,
Mnrgurel  Jolinson  82,  Esther I hnl
lender 77.il.i hosier l!oberl< rf!.I.
I    PASS.    -   Muriel   llilllnglon ' 1.7,
Morguerile Clndderii 72.(1   (enn I-I. 11
71.1, tlenry Guilder! . 70.8, Arthiii
Ishnnklnnd 00.0,    Ci ide Pnlmnre
Cil.l,    Mildred   r.ur.letl    i,    Jnck
Brown 07.1, Trill,, lleliol (17, Hector
Linnell 00.H,    Snnds   1 ••ii"" >■■■■'■■■■
Norman Porker IMS   C o Spence
01.2, Doris llnyn.e r.Q.l, Rerln I nm-
eron -IP. Murrnj SIcFnrlivno B7.8, Ed-
ward White 57.fi. \i„y William! .nr..
Melville l.i-ii-l; fiCfi.
Did nol write Joan Ward, Joe Brogan,     Clnsi  aven  (17.59.
Grade X.
HONORS. — John fcnmmings 87.4,
IPuii-,* Brennan n*.."..    Sophie Mnder
..1, (irnhnin Hob* 78.
PASS. -- 'I'm,, Marshall 71.1. An.lv
f'nsii.ly 71.7, Oliven Evans 71.7. Mil
ecu McQuald 71,1 Ethel Speers 71.;'.
Ivv Iiranll 70;fi, .Ie, ie Mclnnli 70.2,
Byron llnynei Cti.l, Philemon Bel.
anger 08.4, Mnlcolm llnnds Il7.fi, Brunei Murphy 00.5, Ljiwrencc Foster
CO, Jack Dixon 05.0, Jean Wnlllogcr
06.3, Edith John i OB,   Rn>  B -b
08.0, Margin iii.- i n«sn 03.2, Rita
McBurney Ol.fl, Enu-.i Danielson
cu.I. Ilnrland Clark r.R.s. Mabel Stender 58.S, Billy Taylor Is.:'.. Murray
Garden -17.:,. Jnck Gdnost 50.3, Has
ner Johnson r.r,.7. Winnlfred Beiile
.1fi.il. Edgar Mnalpeljler 64.0, Kath
lei.,, Dnllai fi I.I. Margaret Horie 53.4,
local personal effort* behind them. Recalling some uf the local shows that
have met witli success, nnd all uf exceptional merit, tlie question is asked
how mnny uf them would likely In
hnvo succeeded ns Ihey did hail there
nut been given them the backing uf
:t targe number nf people, who wero
i \-. illing In give uf their time, ns well
ins their moral support? Nn shnw
s. in fact, put on today, on its merits; sume o'.'.ior force is necessary,
A resume uf the progrnm of the
Crnnbrook Chuutnuqun will be round
,un nnothor puge.
7-1 _
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SCHOOL TRUSTEES
•l   Fourth Year High School
:■ Course
I Notice -is hereby given to in*
i fending slinl*. nls (nr the Fourth
I   year   High School  Course  (or
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jj CRANBROOK   BOARD  0F|,, s a ,   , .,. i i.:   .,
60.4.
Failures — Ponrl Prlthord    17.2,
Edward Dobson 40.4, Sin rnniii  II  I
rii 44.6,    lh,     -VverogO 03.02.
Grade IX., Division HI.
HONORS.       Hurry Heise 78.5.
PASS. Francis Trussler 73.3,
Nancy Nisbei 00.0, Margarel McClure
06.8, Dorothj MeClufe 05.3, Myrtle
Powell, r.2.:!. Jbi.l* llurin r,K.7. Mir
mm Willlnmi .'.v.! Ilurrlol Hum.- •'.'...'..
Walter Elm.-. 65.1, Yvi-n.- Guindon
1-1.8.  Efl'i,-  Chnrbonfionu 53.3, Jim
McFnrli  62.4, Cyril llnrri un 50.7,
Willi,- Spence 60.2,
Palled Blrlhel K,- nn 40, Loslle
Salnshnrj 18.4, Joan Hum,. 17.7. VI
Inn Shnw 15.8, Colvin McBurney il.l.
Ethel Neily 44.2, Minn (iill 88,4, Ro
hurt Taylor .'17.1.
Did nut write nu ni-i-uunt nf sick.-
ncss —Eng Voting, Mftrgnorlto Truss-
Ier. ( Tin-.- are Iwo uf lhe heal sin
deals in llu- class.) Class nvproge
fit.II.
Grodr  IX.,  Dlvlllon  IV.
HONORS. Aubrey McKowan
84,1, Josephine ['ascnmti 81.1. Mm*
inn Ktunmer 80.1, Ni-lly ,1nhnron
77.4, Dnrulhy Sponcfl 77.4, Dnrnlhy
Spcneo 77.4, Elsie Erlckaon 70,8,
Phyllis Thompson 75.4.
: first year university) which
"; may he put on commencing nexl
I; term at the Cranbrook High
School, Hint their names must
be rcgislered with the Secre.
tary, Crnnbrook School Hoard,
;• before May l.iih, in order that
V lite hoard may ascertain whe.
■I liter sutii.irnl pupils desire lo
jjl take the course, so that a limit
> er may be engaged, and other
v Rreparalioiis for putting on lite
2   course made.
f lull p.nii, tilitrs may bc oh-
!■ taitted, and names of intendiiig
: pupils sbniild he registered ul
% Hie olliie of Hie Scliool Hoard,
Ij Cranbrook, H.C.
5 P. W. I1UHQESS,
Secretary, School Hoard
My neighbor drives a limou-
, .".!*' ."*.: , * With his liver,—
i..- iiu . 'L mighty hard to keep
in In.n. He mebbe doesn't realize
thnt, in my little flivver — I
*.-.- ul n't think of svyappin' lots
'.villi him. Of course, he's got
his velvet an' his fancy rubber
t ires, which lie Aggers that lie
couldn't live without,—but I en-
i iy :b*- trimmin's that u healthy
yap requires, and I never have
bei n pestered witli the guut.
Though nu. and him is human,
we linve nlli-rs gut along—an*
loved each other —same as
neighbors will. .,. His life's the
sua! uf dividends, while mine's
tin- sou] uf sung—but, we ditTer
Borne uu bow to climb the hill.
1 rerKnn he is satisfied a-settia'
in' 'lis bank, enjoyin' little
twinges uf the guut,—while I
have come to realize, I've got
lho Lord to thank fer the lyny
thim-ra I've learnt to do without!
Iii.ini.is  I .,,,-.t   Art
R. .1. Vospnr "f Kimberley, B.C..
wns rim-.I $25 and coats in Ketnbor-
ley mi Mondny, the llth ..f May before M. .1. Ilnlpin, Esq., Klmborloy
.1.1'.. fur burning there witltnul a per
init, which f i-uiiirnry tn the Forosl
Acl, 'I'll., fire hazard in Klmberloy
i . ..ti .!. red I., be grent ul the prot
.'tu Ittne, iln,. I., thu congestion nf th,.
•Iiiul Intcrsper .-.I wiih piles ..i
hru li nn.I general debrl . Tli,. P.,
i. Irj Deportinenl intends In curry
..in ;li*  |a\t    I.,   ihu letter, ami ibi
Crnnbrook Board of School
Trustees
Janitor Wanted
Jnnil or in rrquired for ihr
Cmnbrooh Crnlral School (IH
foomt) nml Manual Tr.iiuiiii; Buil-
diniT. Hu- iiutit>k roniisl of rlfi.ii-
iiir mtfl t a tc i ti ft care of lhe ithool
nnd keeping thr prouiidi in proper
condition* Henliiii; plnol requir-
en tiie neivirrn of a mnn wiih Low
IVer-Riir,*   Fnciiieer'i Cer\itirate.
Applli a nt ft will pleaie it ale
qualiflcatlonii experience' nnd sal-
nry expected. Applienlionii khoiiltl
Ue ttddreited to the Secretary, and
will he received up to and imliul
im; June Ul. I)iL*ie« |o rominpnce
.1 nlv lit. MH'fi. r.nvelnpes ilioul.l
In- innrlced " A|iplii ntion .lanilor."
F. W. BURGESS,
11-11 Secretary.
C. EMSLIE
Armstrong Ave,        ..  j
UnNTS* rUKNISHINUS     1
BOOTS, SHOES, I'Ac.       \
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B. A. MOORHOUSE
B. C. L. S.
Civ. Engineer & I.mid Surveyor
P. O. Hox 333   -    Phona 210
CRANIIROOK, B.C.
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PHONE   104 QUALITY
Co-Operative
FRESH CLARESHOLM CRP.AMI-.RY BUTTER, 3 1
JELLY POWDERS, pur il.izin  :	
WNESAI' APPLES, inr I'i.n 	
fiANt) APPLES, per hox 	
CREAM OLIVE SOAP, .i Inns 	
HULK DATES, 2 ll.s	
1(1(10 ISLANDS SALAD DRESSING 	
HEINTZ' TOMATO SOUP, |nrj;e	
KIPPERED HERRINGS, imported 	
DE LUXl: AFTERNOON TEA, luili pound plitfs. ...
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, I? Inns 	
STRAWBERRY .IAAI, per glass	
QUAKER PORK  AND BEANS, per tin 	
CROSSE. & III ACK WE EL'S VINEtiAR, per bottle
. $1.25
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4.00
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50c
$1.00
... 25c
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Cranbrook Dist. Co-Op. Soc.
Phone 104 Phone 104
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THEY'RE HERE NOW!
WHAT?
The New
NASH
ADVANCED SIX 1925 MODELS
The LAST WORD IN CLOSED CAR REFINEMENT
AND MECHANICAL EXCELLENCE
The Aristocrat oi Tiie Automobile Worlil'Al
A POPULAR PRICE
RATCLIFFE & STEWART
AGENTS — NASH & STAR CARS and TRUCKS
% u
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III ljlln.*i..t*llllilll Wllttl ilHIMIIIOlll IlllllMOIlMWIWimilMHmi
\Vr wish lo .iminiimo lhal we ate Opening
our Ice Cieant I'arlor, on
FRIDAY,   MAY   1st
and .ne fully prepared lo cater lo picnic
parties; an.I house parlies
Your order will be delivered at any specified time
titnii.p nur delivery hours
Onr parlor tins heen nevyly decorated and is under new
supervision, and we earnestly solicit your fiatronage.
John Manning
PHONE 173
OFFICE 93 THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925
THI CEANBKOOK HERALH
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KIMBERLEY
AND WYCLIFFE NEWS
I The funeral of the lute K. E, Bent-
tie, on Friday lust at Cranbrook, wae
[largely attended by Kimberley citizens, to show their last respects t * ■
'one who was respected by jiII who
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1   KIMBERLEY   I
NEWS NOTES \
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liii-l, Burke, Bub Turner mi.I Jock
Fergoi'son lefl l.y [nolor I'm- Spokane
Tuesday nfternoon.
Ah*.   Il.iiiy   WllUo  nml  ilmiltllters,
of Crttnlu I., wero in Klmborloy on
Tttesdny nlglil.
Tout (':
i.-ii nml *l
u-li A ni
out' art
liondiug
outre,
few duj
* in tin
iiiiiiiiij
Tlio Morrison hoys wore agnln called ii. Cnlgnry lo lho hi'dfiiilo nf their
niuiliiT. wlm wn*. very low ;il lho time
When Von  I'lilntt of limuraiiM
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Cnmhronk &  Kimherley
Sole Agiitittt t'or Klmberloy Townsite.
W.  R.  R 0 S S , K. C.
BARRSTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
CRANBROOK
and KIMBERLEY
nf wlrclng.   Up t.. Un
inn* tlu. buys have not n
uf will- tin' Byntpathy uf tlie entire eomunity
-<l.
Mr.   Willis,  of  Cranbrook   Dyers
A number uf Masons motored to(& Cleaners, also Mi*. Brown, were in
Cranbrook Saturduy nlghl t" uttend^own Monduy.
the MnBonlo meeting, uml nl«o to mect|
tho Qrnnd Muster,
Mrs. (Ins. ShuliT. un
Crnnbrook visitors Mo
\l\
j    Tho dnnee at tlu- Concentrator lasi
Wednesday was a huge success, ami
won- everybody voted it a good time.
A number of tin- moinbon uf lho
Harbor II d Cm Isslon, **i Vancouver, ntotorod lu Kimberley Frlclny,
ami wore entertained Ly  Mr.  Llnd-
suy, who showed llu- uu- ..I' Hu-
workings uf tho C.M, .-*.• X. Co.
Sal unlay was llu- first pny day at
Hi.- now bank of Montreal. Instond
of paying al tin- CM. * s. office
Hi,, pnying was done right at  tin-
NISBET & GRAHAM
Barristers, Solicitors, &c.
Offices: Imperial Hunk Bldg.
CRANHROOK, H.C.
OPPICES ttt KIMBERLEY
IN K. of P. HALL
Open Every Wednesday fnm
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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DR. C. W. HUFFMAN,  Chiropractor
KLYIBI-RLEY
CRANBROOK |
(Hanson Block) ■*$•
Tuesdays, Thursdays &      2
Saturdays T
11 -12 and 2 ■ 5      f
Also by Appointment   %
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(Over Kimherley Hardware)
Mondays, Wednesdays &
Pridnys
10 to 6
And  by  Appointment
I Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited.
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers nf Oold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers of (iold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc
."TADANAC" BRAND
Mrs. Moffatt, wlm died at the Kimberley hospital last Thursday, was
buried in Nelson Satin-day. Service ■
wet-,, held at thc hospital. Rev. Harrison, of Cranbrook, officiating.
Mr. Hannay returned to town Sunday, and the family will shortly move
to Trail, whetv Mr. Hauney holds a
responsible position. The many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hauney extend deepest sympathy to them in
their bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. Poster wore Cran-
ln-ook visitors Thursday, the suests
of Dr. and Mrs, Fergie, taking in the
tennla dance Thursday night.      The
Plaza   music bolng a real  treat.
Mr. K. G. Montgomery spent a few
days in Trail this week.
A. C. Bowness was in town this
week.
The mnyor of Crauhrook, also Dr.
Miles, were among those who visited
Kimherley Friday.
A runnway team, owned hy Pete
Mathcwson, ran away Monday, attached to a load of gravel. One of
tlie horses bolted through the front
door of the Royal Cafe, doing considerable damage, smashing up things
in general and gravel flying in all
directions; fortunately no one was
injured,
Carlson's pool room is again heing
renovated and will soon he open for
business once more,
Tickets are now on sale for the
tennis dunce to he held in the Oddfellows hall Friday night. A good
time is anticipated.
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that   wa-  in  doubl   up      I   the  lasl
half of tli.' ninth, with I     score tnd
■1-1   and  on0  out.      U   -n  Ml   the
mysteries and alibis ore at   pped Erom
the game our old box     ore   show ■
us   that   th,,   locals   d<M. tt   can   he
attributed   t><  their  inobil ty   t"   lut
with men on base., costlj I eld errors
and sad base running, bul   t-e're open
to argument.    Taken all ...uml. thi
Interborough    fn b    produced    mm
genuine Burprise   \>* l\k   quare in.
than anything we've seen yel alon
the  baseball  line.    For instance,  1
Ir
-li.
llll
ntributed
rike-outs;
his-
warts Piper and Clark
two <-f Woodman's three
and finally Cranbrooks
Mortimer, who througho
had showed up aboul a
frog in th- middle nf t
his only claim to great m
frequent outbursts of oratory, generally directed at the umps. This same
personage presented the game to liis
team-mates mi a silver service set, liy
bouncing a gorgeous wallop that went
fm' all four buses. Needless to say.
after swallowing (his th.' li enl came
home wearing the happy, care free
look of a man wlm ba- topped mi
a rusty nail. Anyway i: was great
stuff for th,. spectator. Individual
stunts wee,, at a premium in this
game, Bamford being the only outstanding fielder on either team, being
credited with five putouts and four
assists out of as many chances.
Trimbles, of Wycliffe, ami Findlay
and Clapp, of ^Cranbrook, turned in
the best batting cards,
W. I!. Fulton left f"i' Kimberley
on   Wednesday  of last  week.
Paul Bourgeois has left; Wycliffe
lo go to Wyndoll, where he will he
ntployed in the future.
The news of the sudden death 'if
Mr. R. 13. Beattie, which occured iu
Spokane hist Tuesday, occasioned
many expressions of sincere regret
from Wycliffe people. The Into Mr.
Beattle, who tit one time operated a
■aneh just above* Wycliffe, was as
well known and well liked lure as
he was throughout the entire district,
and in many hearts thm-,' remains
remembrances of the kind ami genial
nature of this friend who has passed
ver the Great Divide.
wait i oa Sunday. Lvan ami Vic
were the lucky ones of the party.
The    local   junmr   ball    team   has
taken up the challenge <>f the Kim-
berlej buys and arc staging a game
on tlte local diamond on Friday evening. Thl. will la- the first game this
season in which the local boys have
participated, and naturally they look
for :■ good turnout of rooters.    Be
id B. M. F;
. Vat
; Mi
ni Brogan, of Vahk, has en-
ie employ of the company
vorking in the planing mill.
Mr. A. Toitrigny, of Edmonton,
•eprescnting the Home Assurance Co.
if   Calgary,   was   a   business   visitor
Wycliffe was well represented at
both dances held hy the Plaza dance
orchestra, in Cranbrook on Thursday, and Lumberton on Friday night.
LAID TO RRST ON FRIDAY
LAST
t WYCLIFFE NOTES I"
Norman Trimble, ono  lime  third i
acker l'„r llu- local bull club, has j
arrived bnck in Wycliffe.   Tbis yoar j
^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+*+**4[th<- "'Ink." will porform nt slmi-l. by
, ,       ,   , ,      wny nf ri rhange.
Cranbrook celebrated tlu1 opening]
,r tht'ir new ball diamond <>n Sunday Ivan Johnson, Vic Swanson, Jitn-
lfternoon, by handing the locals nmle .Tones and Matt Forreal mado up
■ 4 setback after a ding-dong battle „ fishing quartette that tried Ihe local
(Continued from page 1)
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(I. Garden, Mr. and Mrs. F. Parks.
Mi*, and Mrs. .1. T. Sarvis and Alma,
Mr. and Mrs. D. McFarlane, Mr. nnd
Mrs. li. .1, Speers, Crescent Lodge,
Knlghgts of Pythias, No. 33, Mrs. T.
Drummond and family, J. W. Stew-
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\ THE HERALD SERIAL STORY \
1    CAPTAIN BLOOD    l
A ROMANCE OF THB SPANISH A1A1N
By RAFAEL SABATINI
Copyrighted, 1922, by Rafael Sabatinl
"CAPTAIN BLOOD," • Vitagnph p  Ichiro   with J.   Warren   Kerrigan   in
tbe title role, ii an adaptation of th   \% thrilling novel.
SYNOPSIS
Poter Blood, a young Irish physician, is wrongfully condemned as
taking part in Lhe ill-fated rebellion
nf Monmouth against Hint; James.
With Jeremy Pitt he is sent to the
Barbadoos as a slave and is bought
by Colonel Bishop at the behest of
Arabella, his niece. A Spanish galleon commanded by Don Diego do
Kspinsn y Valdez slips into port under false colors and captures Bridgetown. Peter Blood saves the life of
Mary Traill and sends Arabella and
Mary to safety back of the town,
lie then leads his fellow rebels-convict on board Don Diego's ship and
Ihey capture it while the Spaniards
are feasting in the city. When Colonol Bishop realizes that the ship
nn bmger threatens the town he goe
aboard, and Blood holds the military
commander as hostage while the ship
puts out of port and sends Bishop
over the gangplank. Don Diego,
taken prisoner, is told by Blood to
sail the ship to Curacao, a Dutch
settlement in return for his liberty
nl passed
conviction.
Captain Bli
and went io visit .lei
patient, to whost condlth
owed his chance of lift,
same Jerry   Pitt   wlm e
nn, content
■y Pitt, hi
n Den Dlogi
It* was Ihi
ist the  firs
thought of suspicion,
for a breath of fresh ;
gator's Interest In th*
moved him tn point
Star ami t» lay the
ship to Captain Bio
Diogo'a easy uxplannt
captor,
New   tn   the  se:ts
Main and tn the way
hirers  wlm  sailed  It,
still  entertained  iUutn
A tr
p nn <li
ir antl liis navi-
nighl heavi
mil Hie North
[lositlon of tin
d. Bul Dm
mi satisfied hh
the   Spams!
1 the advon
plain Blooi
But  tin
next dawn was In shatter them rudely
and for ever.
Coming mi deck before the sun
was up, he snw land ahead, as the
Spaniard had promised Ihem last
night.
Beating mil awootnor, against tho
gentle landward breeze he behold a
great ship on tlieir starboard bow,
that he conceived tn lie some three nr
four miles off, and—as well as he
could judge her at that distance—of
equal  if  not  superior to
tonnage
DON DIEGO their own.    Even as he watched her
Don Diego de Espinosn y Valdoz she altered her course, and going
awoke, und with languid eyes in ach- ubout came heading toward them,
ing head, he looked round the cabin, close hauled.
which was flooded with sunlight from1 "There," said a soft voice behind
the square windows astern. Between him in liquid Spanish, "is the Promis-
the pain in his head and the confus^ed Land, Don Ped
ion in liis mind, he found coherent
thought  Impossible,
He was beginning to torture his
mind with conjecture, when the door
opened, and to Don Diego's increasing mystification he beheld his best
suit of clothes step into the cabin.
The suit puused to close the door.
then advanced toward the couch on
which Don Diego was extended, and
inside the suit came a tall, slender
gentleman of about Don Diego's own
height and shape. Seeing the wide,
startled eyes of the Spaniard upon
him, the gentleman lengthened his
stride.
"Awake, eh?" said he in Spanish.
"Who the devil are you?" he asked.
\nd what the devil are you doing
in my clothes and aboard my ship?"
My name is Blood—Captain Peter
Blood. This ship, like this suit ef
clothes, is mine by right of conquest,
"list as you, Don Diego, are my
prisoner."
"And my son? What of my son?"
he cried out. "He was in the boat
that brought me uboard."
'Your son is safe; he and the boat's
w together with your gunner and
his men are snugly in irons under
hatches."
Don Diwfo sank back on the couch,
his glittering dark eyes fixed upon
the tawny face above him. He accepted the situation with the fortitude
of ii fatalist. The light blue eyes
played over him like points of steel.
"You are not afraid to die, Don
Diego?"
"The  question   is  offensive,  sir."
"Would you be willing, sir, to earn Sp
life and liberty—for yourself, your [tola.
ii, and the other Spaniards who are
nn board?"
"To earn it, do you say? Why,
f the service you would propose is
one that cannot hurt my honor "
"Could I be guilty of that?" protested tho Captain. "I realize that
even a pirate has his honor. The
only man among us schooled in the
art of navigation is fevered, deliri
ms, in fact, as a result of certain
ll-trentment he received ashore before we carried him away with us,
I can handle a ship in action, and
thero are one or two men aboard who
can assist me; but of the higher mysteries of seamanship and of the art
f finding a way over the trackless
wastes of ocean, We know nothing.
We  desire  to  make  for the  Dutch
ttlement of Curacao as straightly
as possible. Will you pledge m«> your
honor, if I release you upon parole,
that you will navigate us thither3
If so,' wc will release you and your
surviving men  upon  arrival there "
Don Diego strode away in thought
to the stern windows. "I accept,"
he said.
He turned sharply to face Don
Diego, so sharply that the sly smile
was not effaced from the Spaniard's
countenance before Captain Blood's
eyes had flashed upon it.
"What land is that?" he demanded.
"Will you have the effrontery to tell
me that is tlie coast of Curacao.
That land, you treacherous, forsworn
TALENTED SOLOIST WHO IS
TO APPEAR ON LAST NIOHT
OF CHAUTAUQUA
Eileen   Hoff,   prima   donna—the
girl  villi  tbe (wldaa  voire—\rill
appear  at   Chautauqua  mi   flu:
closing night.
Will I Say a Prayer foi
Your Soul?'
nish dog, is the island (
in.
Ah,
much."
Mn.
N.
Something over t^o yearn
ago Mrs. N„ (now living in
New Westminster) moved
up the coast where fresh
milk wan unobtainable. She
bad never tried canned milk
hut being compelled to use
il, decided to try some of
every brandl Pacific came
first and she says it was a
surprise. Then all the others had their opportunity,
only to have her come back
to Pacific, whicli she continues to use even afler get**
ting hack to town.
We are grateful for such
letcrs as Mrs. N.\
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Factories at
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CHAPTER XI
FILIAL  PIETY     •
By virtue of the pledge he had
given, Don Diego tie Esplnosn enjoyed the freedom of the ship that
had been his, and the navigation
which he had undertaken, wns left
entirely in his hands. He took his
meals in the great cabin with Blood
and the three officers elected to support him: Hagthorpe, Wolverstone,
and Dyke
porro ingles!    You know toon,poi
he said under his breath, and hon
sprang for the Captain's throat.
Tight-locked in each other's arms
they swayed a moment, then together
they went down upon the deck, the
Spaniard's feet jerked from under
him by the right leg of Captain Blood.
The Spaniard had depended upon
choking the life out of Blood, aud so
gaining the half-hour that might be
necessary to bring up that fine ship
that was beating down towards them.
But all that Don Diego had accomplished was to betray himself completely.
"Will I say a prayer for your dirty
soul now, whilst I am iu this position?" Captain Blood was furiously
mocking him.
"Who will pray for your soul
wonder, when lhat galleon comes to
He board and board with you? Do
you know what ship it is? It
the Encarnacion, the flagship of Don
Miguel de Espinosn, the Lord Admiral of Castile, and Don Miguel is
my brother. It is a very fortunate
encounter. The Almighty, you see,
watches over the destinies of Catholic Spain."
Thert. was no trace of humor or
urbanity now in Captain Blood. His
light eyes blazed: his face was set.
He rose, relinquishing the Spaniard to his men. "Make him fast,"
he bade them. "Truss him, wrist it,
nnd heel, but don't hurt him—not
so much as a hair of his precious
head."
Captain Blood regarded him steadily out of a face which, if impassive,
had paled onder it* deep tan.    Aboiit
docks with her guns."
"We can light," said the one-eyed
giant with an oath.
"Flghlt" sneered Blood. "Undermanned as we are, mustering a bare
twenty men, in what case are we to
fight? No, thoro would be only om1
way. To persuade her that all is
well aboard, that we are Spaniards,
so that she may leave us to continue
on our course."
Ogle, with a bent for sarciiim, Interposed a suggestion bitterly.
"We might fend Don Diego de
Espinosn in a boat manned by his
Spaniards to assure his brother the
Admiral that we are all loyal subjects
of hi*  Catholic  Majesty."
"Bedadl ye've said it. He doesn't
fear death, this damned pirate; but
his ion may take a different view.
Filial piety's strong in Spain." He
swung on his heel abruptly, and
strode back to the knot of men about
his prisoner. "Hore!" he shouted to
them.    "Bring him below."
In the ward-room the throe stern
chasers were in position, loaded, their
muzzles thrusting through the open
ports, precisely as the Spanish gunner: had left them.
"Here, Ogle, is work for you,"
said Blood, and as the burly gunner
came thrusting forward through the
throng of gaping men, Blood pointed
the middle chaser: "Have that gun
hauled back," he ordered.
When this was done, Blood beckoned those who held Don Diego.
Lash him across the mouth of it,"
h,< bade them, and whilst, assisted
■* another two, they made haste to
obey, he turned to the others. "To
the roundhouse, some of you, and
fetch the Spanish prisoners. And
-<.u, Dyke, go up and bid them set
i! e flag of Spain aloft."
Don Diego, with his body stretched
in an arc aceosS the cannon's mouth,
legs and arms lashed to the carriage
m either side of it, eyeballs rolling
in his head, glared maniacally nt Captain Blood. A man may not fear
to die, and yet mny be appalled by
the form in which' death comes to
him.
Captain Blood vouchsafed him a
malignant smile, before he turned
to meet the fifteen manacled Spanish prisoners. From amongst them
■\ comely, olive-skinned stripling, dis-
t nguisbed in bearing nnd apparel
from his companions, started forward
wiih an  anguished cry of "Father!"
Writhing in the arms that made
haste tn seize and hold Him, he called
heaver   and  hell to  avert this
),. and lastly, addressed to Captain Blood an appeal for mercy that
was at once fierce and piteous.
Recovering the cynicism in which
he had approached his task, the cynicism essential to its proper performance, Blood commanded Ogle to
kindle a match and remove the leaden
apron from the touch-hole of the gun
that bore Don Diego. Then, as the
y.mnger Espinosn broke into intercessions mingled with imprecntions,
he wheeled upon him sharply.
"Peace!" he snapped. It ls your |
father's treachery that has brought
us to this pUght nnd deliberately in
tn risk of capture nnd death aboard
that ship of Spain. Just as your father recognized his brother's flagship
so will his brother have recognized
tne Cinco Llagas. So fnr, then, all
is well. But presently the Encnrna-
cion will be sufficiently close to perceive that all is not ns it should be.
Sooner or later she must guess
or discover what is wrong.and then
she will open fire or lay us board and
board. Understand this clearly: to
the first shot from the Encnrnncion
tbis gun will fire the answer. I hope
I make myself clear?"
"But, name of God, how should it
be clear," young Espinosn cried. "Can
vou avert the fight? If you know a
way, nnd if I or these can help you to
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I CAMP  NOTES
Miss Mary MacPherson, who hails
from Glasgow, Scot., has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Magrath,
Community Drive, Wolf Creek.
John Mansfield, B. C. scaler at the
Kootenay Uiver plant, left on Monday lasl fnr Crnnbrook, having relinquished his position.
John Lamoroux, better known as
"Charlio Chaplin" by virtue of his
persistent desire to emulate the great
movie star, left the Wolf Creek area
for Cranbrnok where he mny concentrate his best efforts lo become a I'ac
tor in the movie world, with his original hit, "the hoi... mystery."
Mr. mul Mrs.   I-.   Magrath,   Wolf
Creek, were among Ihnse who pnrtl-
cipaled iu tho dttllCO mi Saturduy evening, accompanied by Mrs. Georgo
llamiani ami daughter, upper Wolf
Creek.
Mr. ami Mrs. E. Jones, Wolf Creek,
Mvcrc a motor party tn Cranbrook over    the Weekend. '
Th(, dance given by the Wasa Hotel mnnngomonl on Saturday evening was a decided success, a large attendance being presenl from all parts
of he district, dancing to the captivating strains of Robinson's Orchestra, Cranbrook, Refreshments were
served in keeping with the good
potltes of those present.
Billy Leask and sister, Margaret,
were among those who attended the
dance nt Wasa from upper Wolf
Creek.
Les Carson, rancher of the Wasa
upper levels, was a visitor to the
Wolf Creek area on Sunday, Hie
guest of Mr. Magnet.
Mr. Holier, formerly of Pincher
Creek, and who has made Wasa his
rendezvous during the past winter, is
farming the Henry Dryer place, Rock
Lake, at this time.
Percy Could, of Cranlu-ook, who
has been here witli the Kootenay River Lumber Co., a( hauling logs
has resigned his position and returned to Cranbrook,
Mr. Dan Magnet of Cranbrook, has
taken over the culinary department
as cook for tlie Kootenny Rvr. Lumber Co., Wolf Creek.
Sam Mom-e, formerly with lhe Parkins Mill, Ta-ta Creek, has entered
tbe service nf the Kotmiay River Co.
as log hauler, aud is in charge of n
large team of heavy draught horses
owned by Mr, Jim Crowe, of Cranbrook.
Larry Green has re-entered the
.service of the Kootenay River Co., as
bookman.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barr were motor visitors to the Kootenay River Co.
plant on Sunday last.
Mr. Walter Kay, Sheep Ceek anchor, passed through the Wolf Creek
camp op Sunday evening, en route to
Rock Lake. He wnn -sporting a fine
bay team nf horses hitched to a four
wheeled coupo.
Ernie Stinson and Billy Leask are
among those who ..are registered at
the Kootenay River plant as experienced hands.
bear  of   the   Kunlo   board  expressed
their intention of taking in the trip.
in Heaven's name let mo hear it."
(Continued in our next issue)
Z. G. G. Sawmill Destroyed
Kaslo  Will Be Represented Here
An invitation from the secretary
of tho Associated Boards of Trade of
Eastern British Columbia, ijiviting
the members of the Kaslo Board of
Trade uml their ladies to the big
quarter-century anniversary meeting
of the Associated Boards at Cranbrook on May 19th, 20 and 21st, was
considered at a recent meting of the
board of Trade of the lake town.
The meeting includes a trip to the big
Sullivan Mine and Concentrator at
Kimberley.     A number of the mem-
Sainsbury & Ryan
BUILDERS AND
CONTBACTOBS
DMlmatM ainn tad Wor*
OunntMd
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CRANBBOOK     ■     B.C.
Carefully selected — prepared by Cooks wlio know how
— and served to yon in an
appetizing and appwling
way — is what you get when
you dine with us. Prompt
and courtous servce.
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CLEANING — PHE83IN0
-- REPAIRING —
Ton Will Make No Mlitake
In Ordering that
NEW Sl'BINU SUIT
OB OVERCOA1
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
Phone 416    it    Phone 419
The big sawmill plant of the United Grain Growers, Ltd., at Button*
B.C., about fifty miles east of Prince
That Don Diego was not playing
fair  it  was   impossible  to   suspect, j the prisoner, clamant, infuriated, fer
Moreover, there was no conceivable ocious, tht. rcbclMon?ict surged, al
reason whv he should not.    "If this most literally "hthltwt for his blood.' ,       , .
wind holds," he hnd told them at sup-l "Wait," Captain Blood imperious- Georgo was burned to the ground
per after he had announced to them jly commanded, and turning on bis Wednesday night of last week. Full
tlieir position, "we should reach Cura- j heel, he went aside to the rail. As he details of tho fire have not heen re-
cno inside three days." stood there deon in thought, he was     .     ',  . „. .. ,„ t,„„..,„ (i,,l( iu„ „.„;,,
For three days the wind held, and; joined   by  Hagthorpe,   Wolverstone, ceivod' but ,l ,s known ,th"t   ™ ™ "l I
yet when the third night descended!and  Ogle  ttic gunner.      In  silence mill "« totally destroyed, nnd the dn-
npon them they had still made no they stared wfttrhlm across tho water mage to tho plant, which was ono ot
landfall.      Captain   Blood   uneasily'at  that other ihip th    m()st 0xten9lve in the province,
mentioned it to Don Diego. "In   less  than  half-iui-hour," said.      ,.,,.,, \       r
"It will  be  for to-morrow morn-   Blood presently, "we shall have her'8 Mttmntod at about a quarter of a
ing,"   he   was   answered   with   calm   athwart our hawse,    sweeping    ourmillion dollars.
Bruce Robinson
Phone 21)5       Teacher of MuMe P.O. Box   762
STUDIO — ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Third House from I'resliytcrinn Church
ROBINSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925
THE   OKANimoOK MLB
PAQH SEVEN
SHOULD EXERCISE  CAREJ eminent k\ n
IN MAKING TRANSFER
OF STOCKS AND BONDS
n on
TAR LAST WIL1 K
AT CHAD I Vt        \
fii
nts
lilt
John Finley of Creston is a patient
at the hospital just now.
BORN. — On Saturday* May 9th,
at the St. Kugene Hospital, to Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Stanley, of Wasa,
B.C., a son,
Miss Tanaly of Toronto, who has
been spending some time in Phoenix,
Ariz,, stopped over in Cranbrook for
about ten days to pay a visit with
Mrs. N. 13. Ilyckinnn. She left on
Monday via Spokane for the east.
al prices mi new llnteries at
Oarage.    Phone 34 Uf
Spec
Service
Creslmi's chemical engine hn» nr-
rived and the commissioners bad the
machine set up on Wednesday. It
certainly has the appearance of being
a quick action fire extinguisher. Now
the engine is ready a meeting is called I'or Wednesday, the IHth, for the
purpose nl* organizing a fire brigade.
—■ Creston Review,
For first cIobs automobile repairs
nee Ratcliffe & Stewart. 33tf
C. P, R. Supt. Flett was here on an
inspection trip on Friday last, looking over some improvements that
have been made to thc residential
quarters at the depot. Ho is well
pleased with the operation of thc
work trains this year, which are averaging almost a trip a day in excess
of last, year's effort. A fill of 1200
feet is to be completed this season.—
Creston Review.
For sales nnd service Nash and Star
cars.   See Ratcliffe & Stewart.   33tf
"Very many Creston residents read
with deep regreet of the death on
Tuesday at Spokane of R. E. Beattie,
harbor board member at Vancouver,
and a former well known resident of
Cranbrook, and also identified with
local business affairs due to his connection with the former Creston Drug
&. Book Co., which later became the
Beattie-Oatway Co., Ltd.. and which
it wus only last week he disposed of
to C, II. Kelly. The funeral takes
plnce at Cranbrook, and it is likely a
delegation from here will attend.—
Creston Review.
BORN. — To Mr. and Mra.
MeGovern, of this cily, at the Si
gene Hospital, a son.
Miss  Ethel  Linstrom.   of  Jnffi
is reported seriously ill at iln   h
tal at this time.
Por prompt repairs and satisfa
tlon go to Ratcliffe & Stewart's go
age. 20
Rev, W. T. Tapscotl lefl on Tie
day for Creston to spend a sho
time there in connection with Bn
list Chureh mutters.
Wm. Keyes was broughl   in   *':
Lumborton to the hospital this \
having met with an nccldenl in ■ hi
he sustained  broken  ribs  nml   mm
bruises.
. ted  frequently
[•ent ■•. thi
usl       It i   the
n crupulbu     toi
ing holder   oi* I
mes   valuable   t
pol
ublic which iu
of   Into,  and
oil i
lock,   to   part
for  holdings
ometMng at lea
the i
■ day
is the group
r.f stock
osizi 'l. who pi
olders of one company to
, another stock, very freq*
doubtful value and some
i worthless.
wh,, havo found stock o
urittes  nre  the   ones  wli
The Phaeton
This Popularity Points to
Value of Chrysler Results
Cranbrook'. Victoria Dny Crl-3-
bration, under auspices nf llu- G. W,
V. A.,Monday, May 25th.
Messrs. W. n. Gllroy nml W. Boilm
hay been appointed  tlologatos  imi
Key City Lodgo, I. 0. <>. P., 	
tend the meetings of tho Grnnd Lodg
which tnkc place next month nl He\
elstoke.
A number of Telephone Compnn
directors from Cranbrnok were i
Fernie last weekend when they in,*
the city council there foi- n dis,-.' don
on certain phases of the city of Per-
nie's contract with tho telephone company.
Those who miss seeing the pi-i;-.i
play, "You ond I," put on by thn Players' Club of the University nf B.C.,
will miss the best theatrical offering
of the season. It is being put nn nt
the Auditorium, Cranbrook, no Saturday evening, May 23. Tickets nn
sale next week at Beattie-Noblo Drug
Store. .""IS
BORN. — To llr! and Mrs. Thurlef
Perron, of Kitchener,. ll.C. nn Sunday, May 10th, nt the St. Eugeni
Hospital, a son.
The Herald is asked to announce
that all persons dsirous of being vni
cinated may attend the St. Eugeni
Hospital between the hours of tl and
12 Saturday morning, when vaccination will bo performed free nf charge
"You ond I" prize comedy, nt the
Auditorium, Cranbrook, nn Saturday,
May 2:1. Presented hy tlu* 1'. B. C
Players.    Don't miss it. 12-13
Rev. W. T. Tapscott returned *
Monday from Fernie where hi   h *
been to conduct the funeral of   I ■
Hughes, 17 yenr old liny nf Fernie,
who died lnst week.    The funeral waa
an exceptionally large nun. the 'Incensed being well known :":,3 univ,
sally liked.     Twe wink- I   te
met with nn accident at thi   *
but had said nothing of it. and some
days later it was found ho had brok
**************** en two ribs, nnd In addition pneumonia had set in.     By that tin
Gn n n    cats     + c<nM '"'''"'"'fl" '""'■"'"''" ~
UUU      LAIS        +  unlly sank.     He was a membi I
Boy Scouts and had becom
led with the Fernie Baptist  > ;
during  the  course  of  »omo
services recently conducted  tl
Mr. Tapscott.
Dr.   Hulbert,  recent!)
Far East, will present
in*,* message at the Chaui
STRIP TICKETS
With and Without Coupons
Tor tieneral
Admission Purposes
For Sale at ?
THE
CRANBROOK HERALD
OFFICE
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Printing
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J. F. SCOTT
Cranbrook Drug ft Book Co,
■"'J.Qil
CARD OF THANKS
By Arthur Brisbane
BUY NOW OR PAY MORE.
THE BRAIN GROWS.
FLYING PULLMAN CARS.
MELLON WILL STAY.
Mr. anil Mrs. Careful Citizen, go
ni iv nnd liny whnt you need with-
out further delay. Prices are low,
because merchanth whose distribution of goods bus been c-l ked by
,1! normally warm weather in many
li*;* elttes, have ent prices regard*
less of cost. But cold weather is
coming.   Aud. more Important, tho
1 m is hero already.   When prices
Kii up nn tbo stock exchange, you
know that ynu wlll s  sen prices
going up in the stores also. Do
finite tthopiltllfl tnrlll. ami for tlm
sake of your pocketbook Mils time,
nol merely fnr the sake of tho overworked Chrlstmos-tltne Silas 11.
The human 1 rain is capable of
tiiillniiiiil development and there ls
no such tiling as overwork for a
I iln properly developed. Thinking
with Iiitc!!-*- concentration makes
l'i,- 1 ran, in- unity grow nt any age.
Tin- late  proof is Hie Increase nf
n: j *    1   ut 1111  tnell   ill the size
or Lloyd George's head since mon.
A quarter nf an Inch makes a
great difference when tlie space is
filled with the right kind nf brain
matter.
Also, thinking changes ami in-
en ises the--izc of tbe nose, develops
the chin. We are what our thoughts
make us.
Judge Soper in Baltimore decides
Hun the -'one-half nf ono per emit"
clause In the Volstctod Act doesn't
a- ply In drinks mn,;,. nl  home for
lainc use.    If that decision standi
•*::'. make a LU- hole in prohihl-
!:.* Id) 1.tally   it    will   mean
n    ,*   ;. osperltj    for   graveyards.
1 .,*:.- '. veragi -. as tin- doc-
will   testify,   am   tbe   uinler-
y approached
with  which
0 cash and 'I
he purchase -
aking.     Wm
in the
an   he
feringj
hold-
.harp
• llu
■d <
bands beforo'taking r.
the cases uf widows or
banker or some relial
formed financial fri'1
ling to give them consi
Many <>f these sab'
whom nr,. known as '
artists in their line, hi
ont of thc United fltn
prosecutions for crook
are following their custo::
in Canada.
One scheme which has
effective hns been 1" app
tradesmen nnd advise th-*
some local well known sin;
joys a good reputation.
is supposed to be boughl
stalineni plan, but the on
bucketed nnd the part pa
in their own pockets.    II
Hshed what seems like a .
Iation   for   conservative
tho eyes of their inexpc
ents a switch jo some nil'
is soon suggested.      Son:
are worthless if thoy ar
but delivery is sometime.
a time on one pretext tn
tho long run Ihe client  i
thing.
This emphasizes the t,'
the public heing exlrei ■
about their dealings wit!
who adopt such method..
deal of money would In
pointed out. if old-esti ''
dealing iu securities wi -
before commitments r
were undertaken.
Thecontinued popularity of the Chrysler Six
is a very definite suggestion to the buyer.
It is evident that a car so eagerly desired delivers valuable results that belong to the
Chrysler alone. This fact suggests the
wisdom of studying the Chrysler Six at
first hand.
A ride, for example, shows at once why
Chrysler Six owners are to enthusiastic.
After trying the acceleration and testing the
tremendous power of its motor, with its
high-gear range of from 2 to over 70 miles
an hour, come to a quick, smooth stop with
the self-equalizing Chrysler-Lockheed hydraulic four-wheel brakes. You'll find it
possesses a flashing pick-up that no words
can describe. It must he experienced to be
comprehended. This is a desirable result
that Chrysler alone yives you because its engineers have developed a new perfection of
gas distribution, special comhustion chambers anda scientific heat distribution through
the applied science of thermo-dynamics.
Chrysler facts are worth knowing because
there is no other car on the market that
offers a similar performance or an equal enjoyment. Once you ride in the car vou w ill
never be content until that enjoyment
is yours. We are eager to demonstrate
Chrysler's superior and different   re?ulta
We arc pltmeA to extend lh* contvnicfwc nf iimr-(tuvmrnti.
ait merit? plan. I'hrWrr ttralrri nml mperint Chr>ilrr wm
AskitK-Ut Vhr-y,l,i',
CHRYSLER
oen found
inch small
urchose nl'
which on-
The stuck
ing ostab.
■md repu-
inlings  i-i
-need   c-li*.
olTelTrinii
*.. these
delivered,
doyed ror
other, in
\ groat
ed, ii h
raited
angi s
WILSON SERVICE GARAGE
CRANBROOK      ■ BRITISH COLUMBIA
VANCOUVER COMPANY
GETS CONTRACT FOR
G0LDEN-Y0H0 ROAD
It is announced by the government
that the Cotton Company, of Vancouver has heen awarded the contract for
the construction of the second half of
the Qolden-Yoho Park highway, tenders for which were recently asked hy
the department, und on which there
were many bids. Including stmu? from
Enst Kootenay contractors.
About four miles of the highway
have already been constructed, and
the contract now awarded i* for practically an equal distance. The highway is in the Kickinjrllorse Canyon
and will connect Golden with the up-
per end of the Bantf-Lake Louise
road.     It will b0 one of the finest
en ic
■  --'
■nt.
W.  Elli
Company,  state?
enditure
■ ai ■
or the Cotton
the total exp-
raci and for
w.<rk tn be <!■'!■•■ ! y '.'•:■'■ government
will total      - more    than
$100,01 0, !!• • stii **■' ■■ that the
cnnstrucU'<n "f the road will require
the removal I fi i 25,000 to 30,000
yard? of material, mostly rock.
Fat men nnd men with bobbles
thnl   engross   their   thoughts   aro
rarely thieves, says tbe bead of a
■   i',.; rouipimy.   And the married
. ,- plx times ii- safe, from tbe
...-<   nf  -ir.iliii-*.   as   the
.   .7 :-:,•■! man.   Thnl wij s a good
lui ■■**,■ ,.i  wives and
\ |    The Sislers of St, Eu
[jtnl desire tn express their most h
[[thanks nnd appreciation to
jbest of the Native Sons o
| and all those who under ;'■*.
ance assisted in the attainment ■
success  of tbe   Master   1>;.I!
the proceeds which were donated i:
[aid of the hospital.
,%S%W.V. ,Y
PHONE 23 FOR A TRIAL ORDER OP
Bread, Cakes or other Pastry \
Our Soda Fountain is now At Your Service—Cool :_
Refreshing Drinks At All Times ■:
A TRIAL ORDER OF GROCERIES
Will Convince You Tnat We Can £
-SAVE YOU MONEY- <
CITY BAKERY
PHONE 23                   F. BELANGER, Proprietor i
h!  wit a dl-
tli.. Cnlted
Hi       '.i   ■ rertmifl your.   That isn't
i rford   writes   tn  this
r ii definition <.f
i ■■   ureal  "swlnl probl " of the
pn*M»i i flay.   The greatest problem
is in ;:.;,.   ;i  n ni success "I' tho
ii*..  ■ ..  ;, nni* "■■
fault, of course, is with men.
it wiii tni-;t' several centuries, prob-
lo educate Ihem up to the onlj
kind of life worth while.
i      Rteninshli mpnntes   thinl
moro rapidly than do onr nntt«
States railroad companies. At lens
the big lines already nre planntn)
(lylmi boats fm- carrying pnssengerl
the Ailiniiie. if anythlna ii
lo i nke their ships obsolete thoj
wanl M> own the thing tlmt does It
American rntlronds seem content
in wnteh tlu'ir stocks booming nml
boillntr, vvHhnul worrying nboul the
fact thai In twenty-live years pus*
...i;:■,■:■   lnllle   will   lv   eul   floWIl  tc
,i: hauls, Pnsl trains across the
contlnenl or only bnlf way across
v.iil I ily n memory.
flcorgo P. linker, boss of several
ii ails, nnd young iu spite of his
eighty mid yeurs, Bhould set tho
young nun an example. Mr. Carry,
bond of tho Pullman Company, has
I in .-11 on at won; mi plans fur light,
hut  strong "flying Pullman enrs."
News from Washington that See-
rotnrj Mellon will consent to remain lu elmrv'e nf the Treasury Is
pnod news. The management of
I'nlted Stales tluanees. Including
tlie imylng of billions nf deht rolled
up so swiftly, takes real financial
and business ability,
Mr. Mellon bus both, The peo-
pie will be fortunate If he eon*
lltiues Working fnr Ihem fur until-
Ing, ncRlectlng n proQtnhlo busl-
lii-s nf b's own.
Youth and beauty t'o forward In
Germany mure rapidly than here.
The German newspapers discuss
ihis question; "Hhoitlil modooi bob*
haired women up their hats ta each
other?"
Another suhjoel discussed Is this:
"Is smoltlng pipes btdylikeV"
l.el's hope (bill dlCWlng (ohiieeo
h.v lililluu Will be pn:t|iuii'd fur a
wlllle.
Ho
W. F. DORAN
■wiuany Mattresses Are There In Cranbrook Unfit To
_    Sleep On?
WE BUY THEM ALL & BURN
THEM UP.
Indications are that there are hundreds
of Mattresses in Cranbrook unlit to sleep on.
ALL FELT MATTRESSES $12.00
14.00 & 16.50
CRIB MATTRESSES, All Cotton.... $425
and 5.50
Take a moment and   consider the condition
of many mattresses, especlallj the cheaper quallt}
.that have been in use for years.       They're   hard:
•they're lumpy.      Likely they have hollows in the
centre,  or  are   spread   out   too   hin   lur   the   bed.
They are all that and more,.
The warm bed opens eicry pore of a person's skin. The radiation of the body carrii-s the
impurities east off by the open pores In the centre
of the mattress. Ynu shudder at Ihe thought
of wearing underwear more than two nr three days
without washing, yet you allow yourself to sleep on
an old .worn nut mattress, with all the accumula*
tlons and germs nf years, night nfiei night. It ean
not be washed. It cannot eyen be renovated and
made safe for use at a reasonable cost, In
fact, we doubt if it can he done at all.
Only Pure Collon Used in These
Mattresses
In practically every state there
nit' extremely stringent laws against the use of old mattress material, lirnuse thry are prolific
spreaders of disease. Unfortunately there aire no such laws in Canada. But wc absolutely guarantee lhal only pure new cotton is
used in llics'' mattresses. Fur-
thermorc iliis guarantee is hacked
up by Simmons, Limited.
Here's Our Offer for Your Old
Mattress
THREE DOLLARS will be paid
for every old mattress, regardless
of its condition, providing it is replaced with one of our new cotton-felt mattresses listed in this
advertisement. ONE DOLLAR
will be paid for every old Crib
mattress, regardless of its condition, provided it is replaced with
one listed in this advertisement
This offer is food for ten days.
Every Mattress will be destroyed
— burned —
Doran makes you a liberal allowance for your old mattress, and
positively guarantees thai il will
be burned up, not sold, nor put
through a process of so-called renovation and remade into oilier
mattresses, or used for furniture
stuffing. We have secured the
co-operation of the city health
detriment in destroying lliese
mattresses, who have agreed to
certify that they are burned.
3= PAGE EIGHT
THE   CKANBkOOK   HERALD
THURSDAY, MAY 14, I9.'S
X'-I'-X'-M-'H**
75c China Specials $1.0U | £appeniivg\
I   Comprising Cups & Saucers, Berry Bowls, Vases, Etc.
* — SEE OUR WINDOW —
| -THE GIFT SHOP-
I A. EARLE LEIGH, JEWELLER
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!   GYRO
I BarnDance
I
! Robinson's 6 Pc. Orchestra
REFRESHMENTS
AUDITORIUM
Friday, May 15
75c LOOK    ~i£M
75c
Why ride on the C. P. R. and take one and a half hours
to make the trip from Cranbrook to Kimberley, when
you can ride with us for thc same fare and only take
one hour's time, and he carried right into town, instead of having to walk from the depot?
Onr 75c ' alL" "'" continue throughout llu- summer and fall
BROWN'S BUS LINE
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I TIRES BARGAINS TIRES I
I    Guaranteed
\ Tires (SC Tubes
I 30x31-2 Heavy Fabric $7.50 \
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
The Boy Scouts' Association wish
to thank all those who so kindly assisted in the program on Monday nnd
Tuesday nights at the Star Theatre.
Tlu-  Ladies'  Aid    of    the United
Church will hold their annua) Bazaar
n November 7th. l'J
The Cranbrouk "District Liberal As-
ociation will be At Home to the Mb-
Mils of the district un Monday ev-
iilng, May ISth. Hon. Wm. Sloan
iiii he Ihe speaker of lhe evening.
Musical program, refreshments will
■ served. The gathering will take
nee al ihe K. P. Hall al s o'clock.
We carry a mil line of Men's Wo-
in.'ii'H ami  Children** Kubben.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every tlmt.
Tin' minimi meeting of the Railway V. M. C. A., will he held in the
Association Building on Wednesday
■veiling, .May 20th, at 8.80 o'clock.
Members nml friends are cordially ill*
vlted. Election of officers, reports
if vnrious committees, financial stuie-
menl, resume of year's activities, and
outlines of this year's work will he
discussed.
"Vim and I" will he at the Auditorium on Saturday evening, May 2\\,
and so should everyone else, if they
do not want t<> miss the brightest [day
of the season here. Seat sale at the
BDattie-Noblo Drug Stor,. all next
week. 12-18
Constable and Mrs. Sharp nf Yahk
were in the eity at the beginning of
Hi,, week ami left un Tuesday with
a patient from the hospital whom it
was necessary In remove to the const
Pin- Cranbrook football team distinguished lliemslves on Wednesday
by defeating th(. representatives from
Sullivan mine by a score of four to
nothing-, The local players clearly
; bowed the benefit of additional practice since they lnst lined up on the
field, uml tliey made un exceedingly
creditable showing on Wednesday.
Cranbrook't Victoria Day Celebration, under auspices of the G. W.
V. A.,Monday, May 25th.
Nels Mue, who recently wrestled a
draw with Nick Bo/.iuis, is down In
wrestle Anton Peterson, uf Vanguard
Sask,, on Friday evening next at tin
Oddfellows' llnll, Kimlierley an event whicli is uf interest. Peterson is t
heavyweight, lipping the scales at 200
\pounds, whereas Moe is only isti
pounds. Snni(> are of the opinion that
Peterson is the scout fur the famous
wrestler, Tuylor, who is anxious to
come in here to clean up on our local wrestlers. Mue is keeping in
prime condition and is ready to meel
j 30x31-2, Heavy Cord $8.00
| 30x31-2 Heavy Tubes $1.50
£ WHY SENO OUT OF TOWN FOR TIRES & TUBE? :.\
t Wilson's Vulcanizing Works)
:• CRANBROOK, B.C.
£       TEXACO GASOLINE, OILS. GREASES and
ACCESSORIES
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OUR SALE
Is Now On
and will continue for several days more.    New Lines £
are being added every day.   No matter how many tim- :•
es you have been to the store during the sale,  every 'f
day you wiil find something  new.   We are determined \\
to make this sale a record.
Hundreds of Pairs of  Shoes
Have Been Sold
i\ iiii: last pew i>avs
THOUSANDS OF PAIRS WILL BE SOLD   IN THE
NEXT TEN DAYS OF OUR SALE.
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it
Good Value
Best quality Stainless
tt Steel Knives, with Xylon.
XX I** handles (known also
** as White Ivory.) The
*'* steel in these knives has a
X very fine polish and finish
** and are absolutely guar-
TT anteed hy lhe makers and
ourselves,
8
DESSERT SIZE
$.X.(KI per do/ell.
DINNER SIZE
$111.0(1  per  dozen
The Annual Six Day
CRANBROOK
CHAUTAUQUA
1 W.H.Wilson
JEWELER
II
I*    CRANRROOK
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It.C.
Our Men's Suits Have Created
A Sensation
at our prices.  Our prices on MEN'S  SPRING  RUBBERIZED COATS cannot be duplicated.
Our Stock of TRUNKS andSUITCASES  is going fast.
Come and get yours.
B.WESTON'S STORE
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We can? a full line ol Men's Worn-
n's and MIii-m* Shoes.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every Una.
Mr. ami Mrs. John Pineal Smith
returned mi Wednesday from tholr
hip ji, Vancouver, wliere Ihey wero
Itlondanco at the re-union of the
plonoers of B.C., which took place
t llu- Motel Vancouver un the 8th,
'.Uh anil 10th of this month. From
all reports the Old Timers were right
royally entertained and had a most
profitable tlmo. We hope to have
III,, pleasure of publishing a fuller
ccouiit. of the doings of these It.C.
nrcrunnors Inter. Judging from the
nthitsiasni displayed hy Mr. .Smith
a tolling of his experiences at. the
nnvontion, it would appear lhat
whereas time may have added a few'
grey hairs, it had robbed them of
little of the vigor that was the motive
fore,, in leading them lo this part of
Canada ami enabled them to accomplish so much for the country of their
adoption.
We repair Hot Water Bottles,
Rubber Footwear, or anything made
of rubber.
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WKS.
42tf Cranbrooit
WOMEN'S
INSTITUTE
Tickets I'o,. the I uiver: ily ot I'.. C.
Ployors' Chili pvcscntuli "You ond
I," will 1„. on sab- next week al thc
lt>-iill.i>--Noble Drug .<i ■    The play
comos to lib* Auditorium "ii Snlur
day ovenlng, Mas Zilril. 12-13
Tbe Gyro Club held nn important
mooting on Tuesday evening when
mnny mnttors/of business were taken
up. Final arrangements were mado
for the hustin' bam dance which is to
be held on Friday evening. 'Hi,, mul
ter of Booing that ibi* nurses and sis
tors of the hospital were given au opportunity of enjoying a few automobile   rides Ihis summer was broughl
up by one of il icmhors.    Tlie idou
met wiih the enthusiastic supporl of
the club and il was accordingly passed that tin- Bingle members oi' tho
elub 1.,,. n committee tu see tlml the
ladies referred In were taken I'd- motel* rides. Arrangements tiro to he
made through the Mother Superior
ut Hi,* hospital. So il' any of Ihe
young ladies see "bin," driving some
evening with a strange lady by his
side, Ihey will know be is only doing
his duty.
The best, drnmiilic olTcring n! thc
season will be seen al lhe Auditorium,
Saturday, May 211, when the U. I).
C. Players will present the prise ll.-n
vard play, "Vou ami I." Seal sale
ai Boattio-Nohlo's. 12-1.')
THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, MONDAY
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY
MAY 28,29,30 JUNE 1,2,3
A Well-Balanced and Varied Program, First Class Talent
ENTERTAINING AND INSTRUCTIVE
I'OCkAN-
well known   Gilbert k Sullivan
ON TIM* PttOdKAAl - Tin: BEST CHAUTAUQUA IIAS   VET BROUflll
ItHOllK — ARE THE EOl.LiOWINCls
DRAMA-
LECTURES-
*
i
CARD OF
INKS
-. the Mi
It,.in
ki
Wiih hoartfell tl
Elslo, Mary and Je
to voice their lippi
deep sympathy ami
shown them by their friends of Onl
orio, Manitoba, Alberta and llritii
Columbia, following lho death ,*
tlieir   beloved   1'alhe*.   the   Ial,.   I.'ol
ert Kiholbert Beattie.
Crnnbrook'. Victoria Day Celebration, under auspices of lbe G. W.
V. A.,Mondny. May 25th.
Attention of
Motorists
is ciille il to the prevalent nlwse
of the provisions of the Motor
Vehicle Act nnd Traffic Ily laws
of this city.
Kindly bear in mind to give
siv;itiil when turning; at intersec
tion, refrain from making turn
in middle of block, nnd from
parking nil the wrong side of
street. Have lights attended to
and respect speed regulations.
Respect funeral processions nud
abstain from passing over fire
hose. Your city is what you
make il; be an example to out
siders, and don'l show your lg-
norance. To avoid bringing
motorists info court ou minor
offences we have adopted llio
tag system. Should this prlv«
elege be abused, Police Court
proceedings uili be taken,
By order,
CITY POLICE OFFICE,
Mny llih. 1925,
AViVA'.'.VAVAV.VAV.V.'.V
!»   MUSIC- "THE MIKADO"-
Comic opera.
THE HOWARD - RUSSELL COMPANY - All-Can-
adian trio in Scottish Revue, etc,
" THE TZIGANOS" — talantcd and sparkling duo
in classical* and popular music.
THE BOYD CONCERT COMPANY - vocal, instrum-
ental and miscellaneous program.
"DADDY I.^NGLEGS" - ever popular comedy, lull
of charm and romance.
"THE SILENT SYSTEM"    a domestic episode.
DR. HURLBURT — Oriental authority. "Where East
Meets West."
MRS. D. P. BEYRA — British lecturer and travel authority, "The Four Cornerstones of Citizenship."
DR..!. H. RIVERS - "The Second Chance" - hy one
who has helped many a man to get it.
JUDGE BALE — "The Fidler and the Fire," and "The
Fourth Line of Defence." If you hear one, you
will not miss the oilier.
DR. G. W. KERBY — Canadian Educator.  "Canada's
Contribution to World Life."
THE MCDONALD KIDDIES — in a new and bright program.     I hese Kiddies drive away your worries.
THE RAINBOW NOVELTY CO. Just what it says
—something new in music, as well as the old -
time melodies.
A SUPERLATIVE PROGRAM FOR THE OLD PRICE
Season Tickets - $3.00
Childen $1.00 - High School Pupils $1.50
From the standpoint of value for thte many - - Chan tauqua is unequalled.
Cranbrook Chautauqua Committee
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT DRUG STORES OR PROM MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE
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VARIETY-
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The regular monthly mooting of
I tlio Women's Institute wns held in
tho K. of l\ Hull on Tuesday, Mny
5th, The president, Mrs. Qoo, Smith,
in iln- olinlr, The meeting opened
with tho singing of "O Canada."
A f i er t ho regular business wns
over a discussion tank place on llu1
ways anil means of raising sufficient
funds tu provide prizes for the Institute Flower Show—as tho government hnve discontinued tho Flower
Show grant Riven in previous years.
As a preliminary effort, tho W. I.
decided to hold a cookery snle on May
10th, in tiie I'resliyterian schoolroom,
Mrs. T. Cooper favored the mooting
with n couple of 6ongB, wliich were
very much appreciated. Tho meeting's paper on "Diseases of Children,"
read hy Mrs. H, L. Porter, was thoroughly appreciated by all present.
The mooting concluded with the sinjr
Ing of the National Anthem. After
wliich afternoon ten was served.        '
THE MONTHLY
GENERAL
MEETING I
of the :j
GREAT WAR VETER-  i|
ANS' ASSOCIATION    j:
will be heltl in the      ",
G.W.V.A.   \
Building;;
Saturday Evg J
May 16th,   j
at 8 O'Clock. i:
SPECIAL: — Tungsten lamps, 10,
it,, .111, r,0 mul (10 walla; 25 e each.
at — VV. P. DORAN'S.
Our Low Prices win every time
Monday nnd Tuesday evenings nf
this week the Slur Theatre was pack-
i-il when tho two hone-fit performances fm- llu- Boy Scouts were put on.
l-:.*u*li ovenlng volunteer local talent
presented varied programs, all of
which proved very acceptable. The
Star management hnd si-en to il that
all npproprinto picture was secured
for the occasion, their choice, "Peter
I'lin" being thoroughly enjoyed liy old
nnd young alike. The famous fairy
story wa* wonderfully screened,    A
g I comedy and the usual news reel
preceded tlie miscellaneous program,
which in turn was followed liy "Poter I'ihi."     A g I sum was realized
tho Scout* as i) resiill of llu- per-
For sale at a snap.
Elwell, city
nile &
Otf
FOR SAI.K — ."' passenger touring
car, six cylinder; Nash, in gund
condition, five good tires. Apply
to Benlo .-;■ Elwell or Rnlclirfo &
Stewart, 4tf
WANTED—Girl
nr offlc
• help. StO-
nogmphy   1
ookkee
ing,    Stale
particulars of
xporiei
ce anil sul-
ary ostpoctod, 1
y l.-lt.-i
. or call at
Herald olllce.
0-10
FOR SALE—A 120 Egg Imperial In-
cubutor, willi Brooder complete.
like now, Prlco $20. D. Greenwood, Canal Hal. ll.C. ntf
WANT ADS.
LAWN  MOWERS        -      RAKES
BEDS  - CHAIRS - TABLES
COOK STOVES |
WASHING MACHINES
DINING ROOM SUITE
WICKER  SUITE
ROCKINC. CIIAIIIS . COUCHES, Ac.
I WILLIAM THOMPSON
I Phone 70 P. O. Hox 2.18
I Second Hand Dealer,
I Crartbrook
LOST. — Diamond solitaire ring, mny
hnvo beon in neighborhood of Edwards SI. Finder please notify
Mrs, Win. Smith. 12,
FOUND. — Auto rug. Owner may
have same hy applying In Dezall's
Gnrngo anil inlying for this advertisement. 12
FOIl SAI.I-:. — One heavy set team
harness.  Apply E. Corbott, Ranch.
11-111
WANTED—Chost of drawers — to
keep    out   dust.     Not particular
as to style or color.    Phone  10.
lOtf
FOR SALE—Business lot on Baker
Street, close in, ideal locution for
business stand.   Good investment.
FOIt RELIABLE
S Ii oe  Repairing
Take Your Shoe, to ihe
— O.K. SHOE SHOP —
Norlmry Avo.     -     Crnnbrook
por Ou.-ilily & Value in
Men's Dress & Work Shoes
SEE US   —   W. Nichol, Prop.
Experienced   Dressmaking
and Sewing
MISS   DINGLEY
—  PHONE 514 —
BEALE&
ELWELL
REALTY LISTINGS
I Iniitlsoinc Residence
on Dennis Street, Gar-
are, large garden. Properly musl be sold quickly as owner is leaving city.   Easy terms,
Price $2500
Onr Titles arc Guaranteed
l:nsy Terms Accepted
REAL,ESTATE
INSURANCE
mm
PMOHE ?0|
'    NOTARIES   I
CONVEYANCER? I

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