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Array THEiCRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME    26 ~ '"  ' " _ !'■ ' '/,,,
Empire Day
CANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY, MAY 23rd,~1924
BIG   CELEBRATION   TO   HE
PUT   ON     HY   CRANBROOK
G.   W.   V.   A.   WATCH    EOR
PULL PROGRAM
May 24th
SCHOOL PUPILS' SPORTS
HORSE  RACING, JUMPING
ATHLETIC EVENTS
FOOTBALL A BASEBALL
Get Ready
To Celebrate
Most Successful Celebration in
Years Looked For This
Week-End
EXPECT BIG CROWDS
C.P.R. PRESIDENT
AND PARTY IN CITY
FOR SHORT TIME
Cranbrook
Local Talent
Shows Quality
Special  Arrived   From   East;«M   .     u     „..   ,
W u„ w;„u „j d-_     I  ™08t    Humane    Mikado
"Makes Punishment Fit The
Crime" and All Is Weil
Saturday Night and Pro
ceeds on to Spokane
snfed I
laying
of th,.
Day  C
woathormnn has n<
> nomt Lho 1'ofroahiiig
showers that those i
arrangements for tin
vou
till till,I
charge
Kim.ire
lobratlon  would  havo  Iiii   ..
but it looks now as it' all will bo fair
and warm Cor tho big occasion, and
efforts will lii> mode by tit her moans
to supply the deficiencies In the way
of moisture in the soil to keep down
the dust.
li is expected thnt the city will
witness an influx of peoplo from all
parts of the district, and that Cran-'
brook will put on a real gain air to
welcome the visitors.
The celebration really commences
mi Friday afternoon when the
schools are closed to allow of the
school sports being run off. The
heats for this have been in progress
this week, many of the events on
Friday being the finals.
Friday evening there is the football matchj Cranbrook vs. the Concentrator team, and that night the
big dunce is to be hold in the Audit
Hum.
Saturday morning will start
the bicycle parade which is always i
pretty event, and if entered on the
scale for which promises have been
made, it should be more of a success
than ever. The judging for the prizes
will tako place at the close of the parade, and on address to the sob...
children on the nature of the day and
its patriotic significance, will be given by Major il. li. Hicks, and there
will also be some patriotic singing by
the school children, led by Mr. G. E.
Bower.
Saturday morning and evei
there will be the baseball games,
tiie afternoon will be taken up with
the horse racing program which has
been arranged, and for which entries
have been promised from different
places, nnd the races resulting should
lie well worth seeing. The morning
baseball game at 10.30 will lie between Kimberley and Wycliffe, and
the   evening  nam ^^^^^^^
the  winners  of  lhe   first   game  and
Cranbrook.
In the evening a Cinderella dance
will bo held from !' to  12.
Tuesday evening lhe last of the
weekly meetings nf the 24th nf May
Celebration committee wns held in the
G.W.V.A. rooms, when plans wero
completed f.<r the big day. The only
change in ih,- plana \vas wild regard
to the prizes in the parade, Thero
will Im- $15 first and $7.50 second
prizes for both motor and horse
drawn floats while the prizes for de
co rated motor cars will he .Sin and ■>'■.
PERFORMANCES OF MERIT
All previous performances on  the
part of the Cranbrook .Musical Soci-
Jety  were  excelled when last   Friday
land .Saturday they put on performances  of  tlie   well   known  Gilbert  and
* ''""' Sullivan comic opera   "The Mikado."
wick, | •jtjjgy vvm, performances that would
do credit to any place, and the only
regrettable  fact  in connection  with
them is that in  place of the fairly
j well   filled   houses  each   night,   the
| hall should havo been packed to the
[ doors, for this would have boon only
, what tlie shows deserved.
j     Every effort    was made to pro-
servo the proper atmosphere for such
a olnssieal example of British humor,
and these efforts did a great deal towards   preserving   nnd   emphasizing
the point in the quips, sarcasms, absurdities and other artifices of tho
humorist  which abound in  the "Mikado,"   Tlio special scenery, the costumes and   make-up    and    general
stage setting all tended toward this
ind and went no small way to make
the performances what thoy were. Behind it all, of course wore the weeks
of hard work by Mr. (J. E. Bower,
the musical director, and tbe members of the  Musical Society. Few indeed  realize   the   work   entailed   in i
such a production, or tho time and
effort necessary to bring it to a suc-j
cessful culmination on the .stage
When  all  the characters without
. exception entered into the spirit of
; the story with such completeness, it
, is superfluous to make any mention
I of lho individual parts.   Suffice it to
say that   to   most of those  who  at-
i tended, the show wns a revelation of
a   motor wni,t joc„] tH|pnI cnn ,,n„jIu.(,     ^he
principal parts wore all in exceptional ally capable hands, and did  lull justice to the situations, ninny of them
W.    Fi.  ludicrous   in   the   extreme,   in   which
Board   of thoy wero called upon t" place ifiom
ly t.i woi- selves.      There   Was   laughter    I mm
start to finish right through ihe pm*
rald rep- gram, and the fact mat encores w
;tatedj insisted on for almost every mini
w3SJ5?o?ibi  iUbera Wi Be  0UTS,DE MEMBERS
IMmM55,v If ,« ASS'ST ,N STARTING
' d,!1Leacefully!     Named Soon     NEWiip:0E L0DGE
Late E. C. Smith Prominently  .Latest Fraternal Society  In
Associated With Kootenays ,Convent'°n Adjourned From:  City Instituted at Meeting
_ * U       . • ■ ttttm Tin. °
Since Early Days
The hows of tho passing uf another
of the Kootonuy's old-timers in the
person of Mr. E. C. Smith was a shock
to many who heard it on Saturday
morning last. Though advanced in
years the late Mr. Smith was in comparatively good health, attending to
the duties of his ranch up to the last.
On Friday       afternoon     he
had not gone out as usual and when
the men at the ranch returned for
thoir evening meal it was not ready
as usual. On enquiry they learned
from Mr, Smith, who was resting on
bis iiu J, thut ho was not feeling well,
but ho gave no indication whatever
that ho was seriously Ul. That evening
they left to enjoy a game of quoits at
a neighboring ranch and when they
returned thoy found that their employer had passed peacefully away.
The lato Mr. Smith was born in the
state of Michigan 7 it years ago, coining west us a cowboy to  Idaho aud
Washington, settling for a time at
iini-c,   Idaho.    Hero,  bunting prospecting and farming occupied bis attention for a number of years.       In
i«(i0   he   came to    West Kootenay
again, taking up the same occupations
around Rossland,      In 1892, he and
his partners, (.'leaver,  Berchet, and
Sullivan    carried    out    prospecting
tours  from  Pilot  Bay on Kootenay
i Lake and on an excursion into the
Fast  Kootenay on a hunt for gold
tiny ran across a solid lump of galena, aud on the strength of this discovery the Sullivan claims were staked.    From  1892 to 1896 they held
the Sullivan as partner*, when the
first Sullivan Mining Company was
formed.  Spokane  Mining men  purchasing the controlling interests, Mr.
Smith acting as superintendent from
1800 to 1900.   During this time Mr.
Cleaver was forced through threut-
ig lung trouble to give up work.
Meeting   Last   Week:
Undecided on Man
OFFICERS ELECTED
Tuesday Evening
Tin
id sta
Brother Bills" got away to a
rt Tuesday evening when the
new Cranbrook Lodge of Klks, No.
80, was officially instituted.
Organizer Moborly. Stewart, who
has been in the city for -nun- time Be-
curing members for the now lodge,
was very pleased with the ceremonies.
The recently formed lodge at Fernie
put themselves En strong with the local boys by their attendance about
fifty strong at the installation. All
came down in ears, Baker Street being lined with them all the evening.
Tho formation of the lodge, installation of officers and the initiation of
•upie
refn
Hun
ful 1
I about thi
Bbmcnts w
ng reapi
lunch.
ork
The nomination of a Liberal candidate for the coming election has been
deferred till next week, the convention called last Friday adjourning for
a week nr so, in order, as the understanding is, to get tho best man possible the party can put up to contest
tho  riding.  It  is  no  secret   there  is
not entire unanimity in regard to a
candidate.   The   outside    delegates,
from thoir talk, seem pretty strongly
in favor of putting up John Taylor,
who contested the by-election but in
the city there havo boon strong efforts made to bring out Aid. F. M.
P h e r s o n,     who     h o \v e v e r,
has remained adamant iu refusing tn
consent.    Tho other names  favored
are those of E. Paterson und J, F.
Guimont, while Mr. Taylor has also
many friends in Iho party in this city.
Unless a decision is reached beforehand, it is probable that at least two
of these throe names will come up at
the convention.    The city delegates
met again on Wednesday evening over the store of C. J. Little, when the
matter was again discussed.
At the meeting held last
when the matter was again to be discussed. At tho meeting held Inst
Friday of the district Liberal Association, in the K. P. Hall, E. Paterson, I E.R., W, J. Duncan. Penticton
at* the retiring president, called tholturing Knight. Messrs. Gord
Conservatives
Hard at Work
Take Committee Rooms; Appoint Campaign Manager
and Prepare for Fray
FEELING IS OPTIMISTIC
During the past   tr,
the Conservative campi
naterlally  advanced,
inndidatc In tl:,  field
they are violin, *i.-, *
I'omi
ittee
members o-
ifter whlel
ed, Brothel
i'"i- ii dcliRhtfi
The degree
Fornle lodge v
iiizi-r Stewart,
the work like
ni from a I
hour
luted i
Ami
led «-,
pul  ur, l,\
iii n aurpriai t,   ,
Thoy   wen! thr,
oterana Instead -
Ige Itself onlv ii
'.lin
Letcher,
1 bearer
e riding,
t-u- weeks ago.
tho Fernie deleg
Dr, Assclatino, M.
.   "Paddy' Hughes,   Joi
my McLean, the standa
for lhe Liberals of the Fern..
N. E. Suddnby, famous for the finesl
equipped drug store in tho west ai
well as for the telling "f good stories
was also there.
Other visiting delegates were K. *J
Gordon. Kelowna; A. A. Swift.  P.D*
Penticton. Lec-
.*■*■
thi* Hanson I
ly vacated bj
and C. li. (I:
in charge the
has been aPI
\i ork in ,. ni
tin- committee
thi
chmei on
-ampaign.
i plans for
n have been
d with the
•■ feeling is
■ to victory,
en lawn in
rooms late-
. ok Studio.
in Installed
C. Bowness
aign mnnu-
rganfzation
> coming
il Commit*
carry out
connection
en election
I is lost to
nol be for
willing hei-
■ men's or-
inrt In th,-
and every.
i is enthusiast    apparent
'     I   al times like
' '■■''■ evei ing a meeting
- was hold at the
* \ •■ Balment, when an
■■•■'■ b; Mr. ||. IV. Her-
testioni and issues of the
meeting to order and Miss White acl and   Duncan   visit
ted a  scoretary.   The officers of the Wednesday mornin
.association were elected aa follows,     van   mi      17
«on. Pres. - Hon John Oliver!Zcan^hol,
Hon. Vice Pres    Hon. J. 11.
President       T. M. Roberts
Treas  .1. J. Jackson
A permanent secretary for tho Association will bo named later.
The delegates present from outside
pointH were
d Klmberle) on
' to see the Sulli-
icen trator. Mr.
ild-tinier of Port
Wycliffe,  nnd I ^"been any changTin respect to thi
9*30 between company's affairs, locally.   The opor-
.tions iit the
centrator, K
highly satisfj       .^^^^^^m
The  presidential   party  were  met
at  Crows Neat  l>>   Mr.  T.  A.  Flett.
the superintendent for the local division, and J. A. Ironsides, the dlst-
Mr.  I'-  W.
':""-\.}.. ?-■ ..ii. f
Events!
throughout j was evidence
There had | appreciated.
The orchestral ac
nd Ton-  completeness    of
proving The choruses were
snappy, and served
well the swing and
Ploy.     Th,- brunt i
ugh that thoy wen
mipaniment was
d added  to the
i< presentation,
also bright and
to    earry along
iction   of   the
the accomnnn.
net  maste
',!.
thi
thi
■egivt
11
oropsny them over
lid nol   permit
on this occa-
his   part
H.   C.   li
of a visit to Kimbei 1
[on, oa customary.
Tbo puny lefl at P.30, c
for Yahk. where they were due tu
fttay overnight,       They left Sunday1
ng for Spokane, it being eleven
ilnce the president had boon in
•it>.      While    i"    Spokane bej
before aboul fifty representa-
*!••■ doj the return trip
latlc tn Yahk, from which placn
intent work ut tho piano was
capable hands of .Mrs. il. F.
sing, which made hor friends
it was to bo bor last public apj
mice hero, owing to her impending
removal from the district. The opening number un the program was an
orchestral number with duet accompaniment! with Mrs. F. H. pym and
j Mrs. Helmslng at the piano, it is
lty t'm0* also learned with regret that another
member of tho caste, Mr. McD. Hogg
is also leaving the city immediately.
Among those assisting Mr. Bower in the arrangements for the performances wore Mr. and Mrs. ('. O.
Staples. W, S. Johnson and A. Raworth, who carried out the "making
he sold out his interest for $1000, ifi«K«.i
and left for Germany. While ,u«rin L™bwiey:-MrB- Morrison, Mrs,
ftfMtort there Mr. Smith EftJ- S^flllT* *t ¥** * E*
***** ■ m* which later became ggj ('P°" UgM' Ferd **■«.. A-
known ns,the Douglas ranch,'at Bull it-lt. l ,
Rive, In ,000 he resigned upon E USE****' ^ * *'"*"■ **'
n as a member to the provln-     in. . .,     .
use as a Martinite Liberal, .It-     yJjR"'V^ f ' "'f""11
'    'ana!—./. Mchoiigi,., s. B. Perci-i
rial left tot the Toast via'Nel'.l"*'". "'"'   'mh   «"
'■ the Ki Itle Valley Railroad to
mil* ami Victoria.   Tbo return ''"''"'
IM. A
id effe
charge
•t; Mr,
of the
Mr
^^^^^^^^^~,lt nl  Viclntia vis.
'lim events noted below are tiioao Eting many delightful spots. Includ*
for whioii paid advertlilng appears lnflng tho Butcharl gardens, tin* .Muso-
tlilH Issue, or for which printing work I um„ Parliament buildings   ami   the
iin-i I,,
Fri tin
I,*
Mn:
22:
publli
l-'li,l
i.i. .May III
cling ill Iln
al s p.m.
i dloy
ulllee.
Provincial I
i   Handle)'..
Provincial
1 llnll. Ki
illy
Hall.
I'arl.v
•V Sa
M.i
at  llio
"Till
Star.
Klnpllo   May
brooli.
I:   O.W.V.A.
'Ol-lM-lllllHl.     |
Monslc
i Cran-
Graham, who hac
itage arrangements, nnd
front Victoria uili bo mad-Toni M' A   Burton, who arranged the .„■
•Empress of Canada," the noted nle md ItahHng rffwta.
,vi tin- close ol the program on Saturday evening, beautiful bouquets
were  presented     to     tbe  ladies who
had taken the principals, tributes
which tlio audience endorsed with
much applause.
After the curtain fell on tho .Saturday evening performance, there
was a pleasant  little sequel, when a
■  - ■"" "** ""j* [social time was enjoyed at the hall,
rk. will thus be al \ ictoria to wel- W(| „ h,  „.fmihtm.ntH B0,Vfldi    At
B tbein   hack.     From   \nncnuver,j1|ij%. ,■ 	
C.P.R. are putting on a special
electio
rial ho ,
ting also under Dunsmuir who won
asked to form n cabinet after the fall
of Jos. Martin. He was representative for four years being defeated by
five votes in 1904 by W. R. Ross in
a strenuous campaign. Since 1904
forming had occupied his whole attention, ho owning a very large acre-
St Mary's prairie, part of
which he still owned and was operating at the time of his death.
In 1898 he married Ellen Mott, wi.
dow of the late Joseph Mott.
Besides his sorrowing wife, there
remains to mourn the loss of it kind
husband and father, Mr. Joseph Mott.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mott. and Miss
Mary Mott of Cranbrook, and Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Langley of Santa Monica. California.
King | Steele, is staying ovor for the nc«-
end, visiting with Fort Steele and
Cranbrook friends.
The officers of the now Cranbrook
Lodge, B.P.O.E., are as follows:
Exalted Ruler      Bro. a. J. Balment
Esteemed Leading Knight
Bro. S. G. Clmrk
Estceriteri Royal Knight
Bro. Percy Adam."
Esteemed Lecturing Knight
Bro. Alex Hurry
-Mrs.   Whitehead,  A.Cum
val.
Moyie;
eron.
Marysvllle:—B. Lundine.
Mayok:— A. Anderson, C. B. Fleetwood.
Crnnbrook: — Mesdames Kan kins.
Armstrong, Miles, Dallas. Selby, Florence Williams, Dupont and Miss
White. Messrs. Nisbet, Roberts,
Spreull,   Miles,   Genest.   Huchcroft,
Canadian    Pacific    Bmp_.
where   n   farewell   dinner   n
will  be given.    Mr,  E,  \\
who bade the party goodbv
V.
th
tr
iiutoi
•I dance!
Beatty,
New I
'Bluff'
Mon. & Tues., May 2(J & 27:
ut the Star Theatre.
Wed. & Thurs., May 28 & 2D {British
made super-film, "Squibs, M.P.,"
nt the Star.
Fri. & Sat., Mny SO & Sli Gloria
Swansea in "The Humming Bird"
at the Star.
Saturday, May 81: Home f'ookory sale
In tbe Methodist schoolroom at 3
p.m.
Which will be known as tbe
"Empress of Canada Express," to
carry the passengers to their homes
in tlte east. The trip which te concluded by the arrival of tho Empress in
Vancouvor on Saturday has been a
wonderful trip, every berth in each
class of accommodation was taken,
and the pleasure and comforts of the
passengers were given as much consideration ns if tliey had boon the
guests of the company. While i
quarters the sphere of influohc
of Canada's premier railroad is cm
sidercd to be exceedingly greal, th^
trip tended to make it appear greater,
for who else could show a volcano in
action as tliey did on the 17th of
May, when such an awe-inspiring
sight was viewed.
June 3-4-6.(1-7 anil). - Oranbrookl, Tllc K,"f"" . M!. ^"<™™' "n
Chautauqua, jf»»«L^ M\ TT'1 « "Z? "    ■'"
| tlie UIHIi and left on the 80th, arriv
Tuesday, June 24: Knox Church La- j ing back in Vancouver on May 24th
*Im* Aid Oardon Party. ***" » U3 ***y>' tr»P-
the Mikado, in tho person
of Mr. A. Shankland, throwing aside
bis imperial dignity, made a couple
of presentations on behulf of the
members of the Society, Mrs. IL K.
Helmsing being made the recipient
of a pair of silver salt and pepper
shakers, as a token of esteem and appreciation, and also regret at hor
leaving; and to Mr, Graham, as an
evidence of appreciation of his efforts connected witli the stage managership. Suitable remarks accompanied the gifts, making the recep-
ients fool they were tendered in a
real appreciative spirit, and the
short speeches of thanks in reply
were received with applause.
A further performance was put
on Wednesday evening, but it did not
unfortunately receive the support it
was hoped tl would, there being not
a very large attendance.
The caste in "The Mikado" was
as follows
The Mikado    . Mr. A. C. Shankland
JNanki Too   Mc. IL J. ColUw
On Monday morning the funeral
ok place from St. Mary's Church,
and n large number of old friends of
Mr. Smith were on hand to pay their
last respects to him whom in life they
A. | hod s,) much esteemed. Practically
all of the ranchers from St. Mary's
were in, as well as others from other
districts. Among those noted was W.
K. Ross of Vancouver, who was the
lato Mr. Smith's political opponent in
the election of lyn-i. Rev. Father
Murphy pointed to the passing of the
deceased, at an age beyond the allotted span, as a reminder to others of
the flight of time and the certainty of
death. The interment, which took
place in the local cemetery, was also
attended by many friends.
The pall bearers were Jos. Hi ault,
J. J. Jackson, W. S. Santo, N. A.
Wallinger, Wm. Hamilton and Thos.
Armstrong.
Among the floral tributes noted
from friends were the following:
Family, pillow; Mr. and Mrs. W.
IL llosson and John Hesson, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. T. C.Armstrong, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. McClure, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. Conroy, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. IL White, spray; Mr. E. Post,
wreath; Mr. and Mrs. K. Clark and
John, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. D. McFarlane. spray; Cranbrook District
Liberal Association, wreath; Mr. and
JMrs. Santo and daughter, spray; Ethel
and R. Potter, spray; Mr.
Lundeen and family, spray
Mrs. Cooper, sprny.
Secretary
Bro. H- W. Laker
Treasurer .
Bro. T. M. R. Stewart
Esquire    . ..
Bro. P. W. Willis
Inner Guard .
Brr.. Leonard Burton
Tyler
Bro. M. li. Melvin
Trustees: —
Bro. F. \V. Burgess,
Bro. F. G. Kutl
ey. Bra. Austin .Mae-
Donald.
The opening of the golf club took
plat •    in   Wednesday afternoon last
iwhen a number availed themselves of
the opportanitj to have a few rounds
1 • ■" g If ind ei iy b chat over the
•<-.i     ipa     Everything   points  to  a
(very successful year among the golfers.
Two    hist iric     mstituencies    in
Nova Scotia will disappear ai a result of the redi»tribution*now being
considered by a special committee of
parliament. _  One  of  these  is   Shel-
burne  and  Quec-n'«  which  has  been
represented by fit. Hon. W. S. Fielding for many years, and the other is
Hants, for u hich the present member
Is l- ll. Martell.    It ia proposed un-
I der the redistribution  bill to  unite
Hants   with  Kings,  the  member  for
which is K. W, Robinsor.. and Shel-
burne to Yarmouth, the member for
which is Paul Hatfield, and Queen's
to Lunenburg, the member for which
is William D ifl
Taylor and Dow
Mr. T. M. Cohens, who railed the
meeting to order, was appoints 1
chairman of the convention, and Miss
White as secretary. On motion of
Mr. Spreull it was decided after con-:
and Mrs. j slderable discussion to postpone the i
Mr. and selection of a candidate for the forth
coming election till tho 26th Inst.
WftUterrflle, Ont.-Dodee Brothers
have begun assembling cars in CftD-
a»Ja at their plant hire to supply English and New Zealand markets, in addition to the Canadian trade. Where
possible, Canadian materials are used
In manufacture and all departments
will be operated by Canadian labor,
thus formulating a new policy.
Predicts Good Laurentian Trout Season
Ko-Ko
Pooh-Bah
Plsh-Tush
Vum-Yum
Pitti-Sing
I
Mr. E. T. Cooper
Mr. J. L. Palmer
Mr. A. McD. Hogg
Mrs. M. Forrest
Miss F. Paul
'OP'Bo . Miss A. Woodland
Ktttoha Mrs. P. W. Willi*:
Umbrella Hearer . Master J, Barber I
Attend't on Ko-Ko: Master W. Wolfe
Chorus of Schoolgirls, MeMee,
(■uaida aad Gaattaa*.
FISHERMEN will greel 'with satisfaction tin? prediction Of J. K.
InneB of tho Province or Quebec Pish
A (lame Association, thai imut fishing .In tlmt province Is due to start
off well «it!i the open Inn of the season Me bases this on tho fact lhat it
rery heavy blanket ol snow fell before extremely cold tvoatbor nl in
and this snowy coveting, several feet
ln depth, prevented the formation of
thick ice, in many places Ice <hd
not form deeper item two foot
Them in promise of nn early spring
snd If this is fulfilled, thou- -tumid
Iw fine trout fishing la May.
This fact   nhuutU   start a heavy.
Klppllntt tmwlui and quiet -ttrrani* each yield* their quota of finny
Quebec's utkes and streams, one of
the jnn.«t popular and promising
trout yielding districts Is thai along
the Mont Lnurfer branch of railway
that extends for shout 160 miles
northwest of Montreal. There are
four daily trnlns running OS far as
Ste. AgAthe, three to Label le- -In tbo
very heart of a wilderness of lakes
and two to thf! end of the line.
Good fishing beplns within Three
hours ride of Montreal and continues
ths whole distance io Mont Leurler.
A stop off nt utmost any station
Vlll put the fisherman al the nau-
way to trout waters. St. l-'snsttn,
Bt. JovlU and Isabella have their
bofc  oC   i^oruman toward i Totad faUavl&ca mnt vten Oan
Is friendly rivalry to be first to take
a finny beauty. Should thnr« be
adventurous spirits among the 1924
flKtiinK army, spirits Mho wtll take
a xatnble on accommodations, here
is a lip. Drop off at Mile Post Ko.
Fit, and explore Uio nearby country,
for railway men who cover this line,
tell of a utream thereabouts chock-
ftill of broofc -trout waiting tor
takers.
Noralnrlngue on Big Lao Nom-
Inlngue, tbe home of monster pike,
Is the netting -off place for eight
sporting clubs, hidden awav from 7
to 20 miles deep In the woods, from
(whleh the rtabsat flahtsg vUaaa aa* task mu
THE   CKANRIMIOK   HKRALI*
Friday, May ilrd, 1924
d WYGLIFFE
nJTEBESTIKO  ITEMS  CONCEKSING   HAPPENINGS IN  AMI ABOUT THK BUST TOWNS OX THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
The Otis Staples
Lumber Co., Ltd.
Yard Is Now
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Wc Will Carry A
COMPLETE STOCK
'
- - OF —
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
DOORS
WINDOWS
BUILDING i
PAPER
NAILS
ROOFING
BUILDER'S
CEMENT
HARDWARE
11RICK
I   KIMBERLEY   j
I NEWS NOTES  I
**********
The    governmenl    roadcrow    ore It
tearing up Howard Avenue in great i
style, lots of dust, etc. However we |
llrs. Pearson of Spokane.
visiting her daughter, Mrs.
McDougall Heights.
has been
Jackson.
all fool thut llu- end
means, inconvenicnci
A public meeting
f the Provincial l'i
i Hundley's Hull. K
duy evening, Mny
.vill justify the
und so forth.
Iii the
i-lv wil
mherle
28rd.
nitor
AND LOOK OVER Ol 11 STOCK.
Ull,I, FIND
YOU
OUR GRADES ARE UNIFORM
WHY PAY RENT
,    i ■  „ — —        -   , ,i,   i i ■
Ask RUDDY
OUR LOCAL MANAGER — HE WILL BE PLEASKD
TO SHOW YOU PLANS AND
QUOTE VOU PRICES.
Mis. I
monton,
McKeittl-
Mrs
lunn* i
oovor uml daughti
ure visiting Mr.
, Chapman's ("amp
r of Ed-
anil Mis.
Tlu-  K.I'.
Ri
WYCLIFFE NOTES
Lord antorti
i Wednesday.
Ined at llu' Len
ul'-yi
■ting people
Miss Anna Tofelt left on -
,]■ Greenwood,
your   property   with
:   (IllliollS,
I Roblnso
crowded   ih
the
flo
Martin dnnci
86tt Uffht
List
Bros.
Tlie baseball game nn Sunday between Fernie and Kimberley drew iii
record crowd. The game was good!
and snappy and proved very Interesting to thu fans. The teams were!
well matched, the; score being four
all at the end of the ninth inning. In
the tenth C. Mussel- put over a safe
hit which brought the score up five
to four. It. Crorar officiated.
"White Tigei*." Big special attraction at the Orpheum, Friday and Saturday, May 23rd und 24th. Ll
Mr. V. Z. Manning paid an official
visit to the public school on Wednesday and Thursday.
Kimberley 'a new moving picture
theatre opened on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Miss
Edna Johnson of Fernie, were in town
for a few days this week to attend
the opening nf Mr. .Johnson's new
picture theatre.
interests
he held
-, on Fri-
13
ill. the now
ning was a
car loads
in every dl-
ommo-
Bruco
attend-
suappy
by the
rip the
Protect Your Car
fantastic" until  Ihree.
Mrs. S. Cl. Clark ami children, wlio
fn]- the past week have iieen confined to their home by illness, are now
recovering their usual health and
will soon Ir- able to lie about Ugnln.
Guy Shields left on Friday's trainj *s|
'or Cranbrook, bound for Min cap- ?
ilis, whore he will be engaged in bu-l%
liness for some time. T
1 J
IN A GOOD
GARAGE
III II,II IT  WITH
*. Iliillniilyni-
ivns ul llu- in
id Willi tin- n
inspi-i-liil- ul R
I „n Monday,
mililv lumber i
Staples Lumber
Ask RUDDY for PRICES
H-ct nm.
i,i:t is hi ii,n voi'
. C. A.
r Mrs.
-,1 in In
li'U-l-ll
A number of people Invaded Cranbrook on Frldny uml Saturday to see
"The Mikado" uml "Triumph."
To complete tin' Orpheum theatre
in time I'm- llu- opening dance on
Monday night it was necessary to
turn night into duy- Everyone was
busy. The flooring had to lie brought
from Cranbrook by motor truck as
thore was not time to wait for the
train on Monday with the car eon-
talning a shipment of lumber.
CONCENTRATOR WINS
RIGHT TO MEET CITY
TEAM IN SOCCER GAME
Miss Muriel Hnxtor nf ('nmhi'tn.k
was a Wycliffe visitor with Miss A.
Rookie over the week-end.
1  for
Thero being no  game slate
the local ball club on Sunday 1;
practically nil  the entire team ;
A 1IO.MK
ON Tin:
:.\SV PAYMENT PiAN
id X
supporters
spectators  ■
game, whicl
worth whii'
liled   themselves   t
the Kiinberley-Ferii
from all reports w
wfltching,     and  set
'lie
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co., Ltd.
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Before deciding ou that new building or that repair worlo, see Geo. It.
Leask, the Pioneer Bulkier of Kim
berley ami Cranbrook. IStf
"White   Tiger"   at
Friday and Saturday.
Kimberley.
the   Orpheum,
May 23-24:—
pace for the locals to keep step to J
on the twenty-fottrth.
Mr. Y. '/.,. Manning, inspector, visited the local school on Monday of
this week.
The number of mourners from
this town who paid their last respects  to the  dead  at the  funeral  of
out t
lov
thosi
! one.
1 who grieve lhe
of a
Consider!]
game nf the
cer played
grounds on
tween   Kind
ig that it was the first
season, the gamo of soc-
at the Concentrator
Sunday evening last be-
lerley and Concentrator
was a good exhibition of football.
The game was for blood from start
(o finish a:' upon tlie result depended
wliich of "Hie two teams would have
the privilege of playing Cranbrook
on the evening of the 2-ilrtl for the
JG.W.V.A. trophy.
It has been suggested that we Concentrator proved to he the su-
change the present 'national anthem,' perior aggregation, winning the game
"It ain't goin' to rain no more", to ky n score of four to one, Kimberley
"lt is goin' to rain some more." It just managing to get their one goal
might change our luck. Rain is badly ., few minutes before full time. The
needed in the district. outstanding players for the winners
who appear here against Cranbrooit
[were Sales, at center half, ami Bid-
jder at right and J. Kvans in Goal.
In the first period FeBffUs and Hoi-
OPENING DANCE AT
NEW ORPHEUM MONDAY
WAS BIG SUCCESS
Kimberley is Center ot Attraction Monday Night for
Big Crowd
Many were the expressions of re-
| grot  heard   when   it   became   known
that Mr.  K. C. Smith of St.  Mary's
! Prairie had passed to the Great Be-
j yond on Friday of last week.     As an
old-timer he was well known through
out the entire  district     and  by his
life had  earned the admiration  and
respect  of  those  of  his   fellow-men
with whom he came in contact.    Another pioneer of the Kootenays now
sleeps his last sleep.      May he rest
in  peace—earned by a life of hard
work   and   the   indomitable   courage
of the true old-timer aud settler.
WATER ACT, 1914
CONSOLIDATED     MINING     AND
SMELTING   COMPANY   OF
CANADA, LIMITED.
Schedule of Monthly Water
Rates at Kimberley, B.C.
land
while-
tho s
Kim!,
Mr
rod
tho so
*,th llu
for   tho
iccond II.
other
io side, I- Boui
oy's only tally.
Id. Dingley uf
o   lho   satisfi
loncentrator
). Evans aii-
■•„ goals for
hier scoring
i i*:i
ul'   h
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AND SHOES
Suit Cases nml Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots and Shoos Neatly Repaired
t I-HKNII SHIPMENT Of
Real
Maple Syrup
IS EXPECTED ANY DAY
ASK US FOR IT
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
Residences  (without bath
or closet   $1.50
Bath, each  .10
Closet, each  iiO
per
amilv.
.60
1.50
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High Class Confect- §
ionery and Baker
OUR STORE IS NOW OPEN.     PULL STOCK OF
n PI.AIS AMI FANCY CAKES AMI  CHOCOLATES
I Ryley
$1.50
. 1.50
.. 2.00
 50
. .50
... .50
..   5.00
— 01(1 Country Style Pork Pies a Specialty — jij
— ICE CREAM ON SALE DAILY — 1
a NEXT   KIMBERLEY   JEWELRY STORE   §
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Cranbrook Sash & Door Co.
I, I 31 I T E II
Kimberley Lumber Yard
OPEN' FOR BUSINESS ]
S. Smith is in Charge
Herb
A Full Line Of
LUMBER    ■     WINDOWS   -   DOORS     •     LATH
MOULDINGS     •     HUIliDINU PAPER
ROOFING     -    -      KKICK      -    -     SHINGLES
Etc. Etc.
Urinal, fucli ...
Tenement Houses,
Business   Premises:
Stores  	
Offices 	
Barber Shops  (first chair)
{each additional chair)
Bath 	
Water Closet 	
Hotels  	
Laundry  (steam)    .' ,..   10.00
Restaurants    5.00
Boarding Houses   5.00
Printing Offices   5.00
Butcher Shops  tuning motor)  .. 5.00
Livery Stables   3.00
Charge for turning water on or off
     .50
Charge for turning water on or off
after hours   or   on   Sundays  or
Holidays    1.00
The above schedule has been  ap
proved by the  Board of Investiga-
tion aud is to remain in force until
the 31st day of December. 1920.
Dated this 22nd day of April, 1024 |
Board of Investigation
Under The Water Act.'
"J. S. T. Alexander," Member.
"J. E. Lane" Member
18-16
il)
Concentrator
. ..    ,1.  Kvans
,1. Sargent
\ Uoldsworth
. . W. Bidder
...   L. Sales
E. Harvey
A. Fergus
.    .1. Holland
II. Kckstone
11. D. Kvans
W. Dickinson
n meeting of
ereed   to
teams.
Kimberley
Archibald      <im
J. Bell  fib'!; .
W. Fleming          V
W. Barber  ... (halves)
W. Parnell	
Lowery 	
Bobb  (forwards
West    	
D. McLean 	
L. Bourehier	
A, Richmond 	
Following the game	
the football association was held,
when tiie election of officers resulted
as follows:
Hon. Pros, E. O. Montgomery
Hon. Vice Pres.   Dr. F. W. Green
President:  J. Bell, Kimberley
Vice Pres: H. W. White, Cranbrook
Sec  W. Atchison, Kimberley
Executive: 1). McLean, A. Richmond. Kimberley; A. Robertson, A.
Holdsworth, Concentrator; 0. Sinclair, ('ranbrook.
j The matter of a draw and dates
was left to a meeting lo be held in
i Cranbrook on May 23rd. Each club
* will suggest most suitable dates for
tlieir respective teams.
It was decided that each team
would keep their own gates and pay
tlieir own expenses.
Hie late Mrs. L. DeCecco, on Satur-1
day afternoon last was a moving tribute "t sympathy, sorrow and resp-1
eel, for every citizen who posslhl;
could attend did so. A tragic pha-
of the passing of wife and mother
was the fact that relatives from
Blairmore, Alta.. raced through to
Cranbrook liy car. only to arrive a
few hours too late to see her in
life. Tlie sympathy of the entire
community noes out to the bereaved
husband and family, wliich was reunited only a few weeks ago when
Mrs. DeCecco and her children arrived from Italy to make this country
their home, after being separated
from   Mr.   DeCecco     I'm-     fourteen
years.       After  witnessing  the  glad       Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houle return-
re-union of a few weeks ago, and on i ed    on  Sunday from  Fernie,  where
~~,   ~    ,    rt   ,        j Saturday the sorrowful funeral cor- they have been visiting with friends
On Monday nigh Inst the OrpheumLegei Uk, |m.;1„ „f „,,. |)i.h|)|i|i,l. WM  fM (he ^k
rhentro ot Kimberley was opened to ,
the public by a grand dance put on   «'•   '• ■   --—■'■ .^~ ".'..  ..-_ -t
by the Knights of Pythias Lodge of j miiiiiiiiittiiiuniiiuiaiiMiiiiriuiiiiiiiii tim iinaitliiiiiiiuQiiil luiiiitniiimmiiaiiiiiiiiuntiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii tiitiliiiMi'nntiiiiiiH
the mining city.    The K.P's were a- | a
live to the possibility of making a lit-11
Ue money for their funds and grasp-  |
eil the opportunity presented by the  |
opening nf this  beautiful  new hall,  s
which is to house Kimberley'a new
picture show.
That the dance was a brilliant suc-
ss was tlie opinion of over four!
hundred people from all parts who
were in attendance, constituting a I
attendance for public functions in Kimberley. The K. P's have!
every reason to feel proud of the,
success that attended their efforts,;
the dance being a wonderful success'
veiy particular. The proprietor, §
Mr. Jolinson, who with his wife and; |
laughter were down from Fernie for
the occasion, were doubtless pleased
with all the nice things that were
lid about the suitability of the new
hall for dancing. The committee of I
K.P's who were responsible for the!
pleasant evening were C. Gowanlock,|
chairman; M. Bcduz, George Logan,!
Wm, Turnbull und Wm. Hayward.
Frank Sherman acted as floor manager. Mrs. Tomlinson, Pythian sister, looked after the refreshments in
a manner that contributed largely to
the success of the event. The music,
in keeping with the rest, was of the
best and was supplied by Bruce Robinson's orchestra. Dancing lasted
from 0.30 to 3.00 a.m.
A large number of cars were up
from Cranbrook, most of which stayed to the last. Mnnngea T. W. Bailey welcomed the many friends from
Cranbrook. During the dance, slides
announcing the show for the opening
night were shown.
The Service Garage j
k i ji ii i: it 1.1: v |
Solicits a share of your patronage.   Wo offer you as a   J
guarantee of satisfactory service, a record of long expo-   |
3
rienoe in auto construction and repairing as well as in a   j
successful husiness which we are operating as i branch al   |
Sibbaltl, Alberta.        . i
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WE AlilO AGENTS KOIt MCLAUGHLIN BUICK AND       |
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THE GLEN CAFE
k i ii it i: it i, i: y
cTWrs. B. cA. WILSON
BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT
THR GLEN CAPE (formerly the White Lunch)  is now
opened for business.   Tbe premises have been thoroughly
renovated.
FlltST ( I.ASS SERVICE      .      OPEN AT AI.l. 1101 Its
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When Vou Think ul liisnniiii-c
— Call Up —
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I'iione SO      : i      Crnnlirook
Sule Aienta lor Klmherler Tonnsllii.
SHIPMENTS OF
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THE TRAIL SMELTER
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMKLTINO AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
THAU,,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Parek»i*n of Gold, Sllrer, Copper, Lead k Zinc Oref
Prodneeri of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zlne
"TAIUHAC" BRAND
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- All Styles ami Makes -
Also Nice Line of
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and a Large Stock uf
ALARM CLOCKS
KIMBERLEY JEWELRY
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-allowing is ii stiiti'int'iit of ore
leelvotl at the Troll .Smelter fm- tho
' liml Mny 8th tn I Ith, Inclusive.
1 Xiinic „r Mine nml Locality.       '1'
Hell. BoBverdell, H.C.	
j Knobhlll, Republic, Wnsh	
I l.i,ih- Pine Surprtao l.nst
j'   Chance, Republic, Wnsh.,.
Molly Hughes, RoBoborry, IM
IJuilp, Republic, Wnsh., 	
Sully, Beuverdoll, H.C,	
Silversmith, Sandon, IM
FERNIE BASEBALL
TEAM FAILS TO TAKE
GAME FROM KIMBERLEY
In th<
nt Kiml
lo try i
ley nine
Hullo
baseball Brume Sumlny last
Hey, in which Fernie came
nclusions with the Kiinber-
thc visitors went homo with
icore 5-1  againBt them.    Both
- senii»(i in tlieir first innings,|
Kimberley ami Hovan i'or
ITU
! Sovereign, Sandon, B.C.,
j Victor, Sandon, B.C., ...
Company Mines 	
  220
 'lfi
(zinc) 147
(lend) 86
  18
  8
  G,535
otal .
r,:ior.
Morrison & Burke
Dealers In Coal and Wood
TRANSFER WORK DONE
Tell your wlvet and tell your
friends
wwwwwwwww
i    Staff.    Wils
I the M.P. & M.
superintendent of
Railway, left on Tues
day for South Carolina, where he
will investigate several new designs
of gasoline engines for locomotive
purposes. If tho new inventions arc
us represented the Company may put
one or two on the ('onl Creek hill, as
they are supposed to be wonderful
labor savers.—Fernie Freo Press.
Fernie crossing the plate. Coen pul
Ihe leail men ahead in tbe fourth
when he crossed the plate with the
second run. Hovan again evened up
the score with u run In UlO sixth, ami
Wilson [nit Fernie ahead with his run
in the seventh. Coen and Musser
witti runs in the eighth again put the
miners in the lead only to bo again
tied by Fernie in their half of the
eighth. Tbe game ended even in the
tenth, Klipinger scored the winning
tally for Kimberley.
Score by innings:
1 2 ;i -1 5 <; 7 8 il 10
Kim.       1  u (I  1  0 0 0 2 0    1      5
Fur. 10 0 0 0  1110    0      4
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
Thermometer   Reading.
Cranbrook
Al
Mny
Mny
Mny
Mny
Mny
an
82
8.1
81
75
Mny  20     77
Mny  21      811
The Introductory Special Announcement Sale of
Kimberley Dry Goods Co.
IS NOW ON
New Goods to Choose From
Kimberley Dry Goods Co.
p. Hums did Location
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*
*,        The Kimberley Oarage is now prepared u> look after
f your Auto troubles be tliey little or great.   Willi two ex-
| port mechanics in tbelr service Ihey do not hesitate lo
% guarantee absolutely all their work.
S I'iiiiiiiiimIIiiiis Storage Space,    Twenty-four Hour Service
| Mosl Up-To-llftto Gasoline Service Station in lhe District
| Filtered (iusulinc ■        . Oils and Accessories
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I COMMUNICATION !
I'rci' Iti'dpe Hook   Write
llorden Co., Mil., Vmioouror
(IV CAKES
'A cup butter
i nip grnnulutod augnv
- oggB, whii oh antl yolku heiiien »op-
oral uly
Vi cup of Borden's St. Clmrlsa and
water in equal pattB
1 Vfi cups flour
2 toaBpooufula baiting powder
l teaopoo-nful flavoring
RalflinS-t chopped nuts or melted
chocolate its desired.
Cream the butter, mid augur, befll
thoroughly, and add yolks of eggs.
Gradually beat, iu tho milk iumI flour
Bitted with baking powder. Bo:
until very light. Fold In tbe whites
lightly. Bake in small this (12) In a
rather quick oven. If you wish to vary
these crakes, cover the bottom of each
tii. with the dough. Drop in a few raisins, nut meats, or a teaspoonful or
melted chocolate, as preferred. Co
with dough ami bake aa usual. If
desired, on* egg White may be reserved for frosting.
Dress
(m i A// tour
UTS & SORES
■» mm AMr/stpric
ftmBuk
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FOUR OF THE PROVINCIAL
PARTY'S PLANKS
To the Editor,
Cranbrook Herald.
Sir:
I am glad to see Mr. C. J. Lewis'
letter in your current issue, as I
should imagine that be and 1 are
not so very far apart at bottom, tho
on the surface we may seem to dif-'
fer a trifle. I must confess, however, to being quite unable to follow!
bis accusation of self-contradiction;!
he is probably in complete agreement
with me in thinking that the House
of Representatives is a place where
above all, we ought to find honor exemplified; if I hold lhal, for some
time past, it has boen somewhat difficult (1 did not say impossible, 1!
think) tn find it there, what is there'
contradictory In wishing to elect men
who will toko it with them and renew
the fast vanishing stock? '
Then as to "decrying the possibilities latent in electing to the legisla-|
tare men of Mr. Chtsholm's stamp," I
must again deny tht' soft impeachment, never having mentioned even
Mr. Chishohn's name; I was really
"decrying" Mr. Coleman's curious description of him, a description which
Mr. Lewis has ably corrected. I
would like to make my opinions quite
clear by the following open statement; I tlo not know either the Provincial or the Conservative party's
candidate for the Columbia riding;
but if the latter agrees with me that
honor comes a very long way before
loyalty to one's party or party leader,
and is prepared to speak openly and
to vote openly against any dishonor-
ablf practices that may come to his
notice as a representative, no matter
by whom they may be committed (of
course peditical patronage can only
be exercised by the party in power)
and if the Provincial party's candidate does not agree with ine and is
not prepared To do either of these
things, then, though a strong supporter nt the present time, of the Provincial party, I sincerely hope that
the Conservative candidate will be
elected.
And now, I, in my turn, am going
to bring somewhat of an accusation
against Mr. Lewis, of a tendency lo
copy a notable characteristic ol the
ostrich! At no time is it good to
bury one's bead in the sand, least of
all at n time like tbis; hut Mr. Lewis
says "Vour correspondent drags out
once more before our wearied eyofl
the bogies of the P.G.E., party patronage," and again, "The public has
sickened of stories of the P.G.E., political patronage, etc., quite bo, but
the public is uot saying, "Let us
take iu» notice of them, let us pretend we do not heur them, let us pie-
tend they are only election cries."
The public has at last realized, as
Mr. Lewis goes on to say himself,
that "Some of these stories may lie
truo," and has very rightly determined to find out which are :. d which
are not true, and to deal faithfully
by the culprits; whereas, i! i read
Mr. Lewis aright, be is ai! Fm the
"Let bygones be bygones" spirit, a
spirit which is highly praiseworthy
in dealing with one's persoti d
affairs— though even there it lu.. to
be adopted with caution—but certainly does not pay in dealing with
public affairs.
To quote Mr. Lewis for tlie last,
time, "If the Provincial party's aim i
is to promote a new order of things
•In
let it  begin  its wnrk   .  .  .  whnt  th
public is asking tod iy i
live policy, etc.."  i  hesitato tn < '.t
dude that a thinkin
Lewis has not yel
party's  platform
shall be very ffla
copy t<> refre»h
will drop me a
time, rnaj   I  rem
ire some fifty pli
The Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
i
BY-LAW No. 244
B:
ul' which  I  will jii^l  -ill"
In   thi-   in..-;!
I.--), thai  Hull ii   platfor
I'm
Sli
tin* pr
M. 5. ■   ' ance] thi   incri
and   ii di i nity,   voted   bj
t  memhi r- and mil isters,
discontinue   tbe    i ■     rial   allowani c
to salaried   mini ti :
Plank No. >'■ Abolisl political
patronage in all
Plank No. 8.- Ri quire the filing
of certified list.-, of ail campaign contributions.
Plonk No. ll. ' ibli h freedom
of Individual mi i I ic h git la-
ture bj   abolishini   the m»e of euu-
I would like to u : Mr. Lewis rbr
his frank opinion ■ ■■ to whether these
plank-- do not gi •■ indii ul . al
least of an hones! und ound policy?
(Bul I was forgetting. 1 i iu t omit
No. 6; Mr, I ewis n :'■ ib lo political
putronagc as a "b igie" and Lhert
fore ho must bo of thi opinion that
it does not exist!): and I would also
like t.i ask him whether they have
been adopted by the other two parties.
Thanking you. Mr. Editor for so
much space.
j. I -.i... ■ Kh. Capt.
Baynei La;:
Mr.;   :•*■!.i. 1024.
EUGENE LEPAGE GIVES
TANLAC FULL CREDIT
the
Stomach Trouble Vanishes
And Montreal Man Gains
14 Lbs. on Four Bottles
"Since I began taking this wonderful Tanlac I seem to be getting
younger eevery day. I have gained 11 lbs. on four bo. 'ns. and everybody speaks about how well I look.."
The above statement was made
recently by Eugene Lepage, proprietor of the Prince of Wales Barber
| Shop, Montreal, one of the most ex-
| elusive tonsorial parlors in this city.
Mr. Lepage further said:
"Stomach trouble had almost completely wrecked  my health.      I was
a mere shadow of my former self,
and so run-down and nervous I
thought I would have to give up my
work.
ffl'Tanlac soon had me eating everything, sleeping like a log at night,
and feeling as fine as one could ask
to feel. My only regret is that I
did not learn about Tanlac long before I did. "
Tanlac is for sale by all druggists.
Accept no substitute. Over forty
million bottles sold.
TANLAC VEGETABLE PILLS,
for constipation. Made nnd recommended by the manufacturers of
TANLAC.
WINDERMERE   J
::   DISTRICT NOTES?
~H"!-H".'-: M"l"l"M 'I"1"I lH"I"l "I'l'*l"l'fr
(Special to Tho Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., May 10. - Miss
May Williams, who \n in training at
St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook, Is
enjoying n month's holiday) here, al
the home of ber father.
Ah. A. F.. Miller, the school inspector from Revelstoke, visited this dis
trict lasl week, taking in the various
schools. Incidentally he will report on
tho desire of the Sparkling Creek and
Fnvermere districts to unite in order
to establish a coiiHolidated school.
While driving down lhe bill to Lake
Windermere station, n horse drawing
the buggy carrying Mrs. Tntloy and
Mrs, Ji rome of the Kootenay reserve
bolti d and threw both occupants out,
This necessitated their removal to the
*-] general hospital tor attention under
iflDr. Coy. II was Eound that Mrs.
Jerome had received a bad shaking
. 'un and Mra. Tatley bad sustained
[some bc Ip wi unds. -Mrs. Tatley is a
1 very aged Kootenay Indian. She was
I horn on the Tobacco Plains reserva-
j tion about 1840, and distinctly recalls
the visit in 1845, of Rev. Father de
Smet, X.J.. who passed through In the
summer of thai year on 0 visit to the
memben i f the warlike Blackfoot
confederation of the plains.
Mr. Moffatt, brother   of   the   city
, clerk of Fernie, bos arrived at Fairmont Springs to take a position with
the Fairmont Trading Company.
Preliminary circulars have recently come to band from Mr. J. Murray
Gibbon of Montreal, as honorary secretary to the committee pertaining to
' the organization of a new fraternity
of interest to the dwellers in the
Kootenays especially, called "Trail
Riders of tiie Canadian Rockies."
Among others whose names are mentioned as tin organizing committee
are Captain A. II. McCarthy of Wil
mer, Frederick Niven of Nelson, and
Walter J. Nixon of this place. The
chief aims of lhe order are t" encourage travel on horseback through the
Canadian Rockies; the love of outdoor life by the study of nature, the
\ customs of the Indians, kindred forms
of natural history and that pertaining
1 to the early day-. To further this i
purpose the Riders will circulate maps
and descriptive literature and bend
their energies  t.i  the  furthering oi
1 legislation along these lines. Button.
1 of  bronze,  gold  and  silver  will   b<
1 worn by the members,
i lt is many years since the stream!
and water course.- of the Columbia*
Kootenay valley hud so little water iu
them as Characterised them before the
, recent warm weather.
■j provide for tht boi-
of    Ten    Thousand Dollars
UO.uui for the purpose of improving and extending    the     Water
System nf the City of Cranbrook and
-. rting water from Gold Creek
:. Joseph's Creek by means of
flumes or pipes,
WHEREAS it is necessary to   in-
th   supply of water at the intake r.f the Municipal Water Works
by the diversion of water from
Gold I reek into St. .Joseph's Creek.
AND WHEREAS it is necessary to
urveya made aud to construct
tches, flumes or pipes for the purpose of diverting water as above set
out .
AND WHEREAS the estimated
cosl  of the said Improvements and
in ion of water is Tbirly-Four
Thousand   Dollars   ($34,000.00)   and
bore is on hand in tho Municipal
Treasury Twenty Thousand   Hollars
.    10.00)    of    Debentures issued
i nder By-Law No. 207 of the Muni-
ipality of the City of Cranbrook
and Four Thousand Dollars ($4,000.-
10' in cash, being an unexpended
Of the proceeds     from     the
i Debentures issued un-
snld By-Law No. 207, and
it is expedient to borrow tbo sum of
Ten Thousand Dollars {$10,1100.001
for ihe purposes aforesaid and to is-
sue Debentures therefor, payable
within twenty <^ii) years, and bearing interest at lhe rate of six per
entum   (fljj)   per annum, which is
the nmounl of the debt intended to
bo created under Ihe By-Law.
AND WllK UK AS it will be nece.s-
sary to raise annually Three Uuud-
-v.l and Thirty-Six Dollars ($886.00)
to form a Sinking Fund for the pay-
men! of the said debt, and Six Hundred Dollars ($000.00) (or tbe payment of interest thereon, making in
ail Nine Hundred and Thirty-Six
Dol.lars ($030.00) to be raised annually for the payment of Ihe debt and
Interest;
AND WHEREAS, the amount of
rutenble land and improvements of
I the City according to the last revised assessment roll Ls One Million,
!,:igiu Hundred and Thirty - Five
fhousnnd, Nine Hundred Dollars,
($1,835,000.00);
A\D WHEREAS the present dehen-|
lure Indebtedness of the City of ('ran-;
brook oiher than debenture indebtedness for works of locul Improvement
and for school purposes is three hundred anil eleven thousand, two hundred and eighty-five dollars and sixty cents ($311,286.00),
AND WHEREAS tho value of tbe
w;iter and electric light systems own-
cd by I lie Municipality amounts to
th«' stun of one hundred and sixty-
three thousand, nine hundred nnd
sixteen dollars nnd eleven centsr!
($163,910.11);
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council or the Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook in Council assembled
enacts  us  follows:
I.—The said pi'oposed expenditure
of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.-;
00) is hereby authorized.
It shall and may be lawful for
tlie Mayor of the Corporation of the.
City of ('ranbrook to borrow money I
upon the credit, of the said Corporation by way of debentures hereinafter
mentioned from any person or persons body or bodies corporate, who
may be willing to advance the ;;ame
as a loan a sum of money not to «x-
ceed In the whole the sum of Ten
Thousand Dollars  (SiO.OOO.OO) and
to cause all hucIi sums
so raised and received to be
paid into ihe hands of the Treasurer
of the said Corporation f*>r the purpose and "ith the object hereinbefore
recited.
^ — It snail be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation to cause any
number of debentures to be made, executed and is-ued for such sum or
s'.ims- as may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid not exceeding, however, the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($1,000,001 each of
tlie debentures being of tiie denomination of not less than five hundred
dollars ($,'00.00) and all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal
of the Corporation and signed by the
Mayor and Treasurer thereof.
4—The Debentures shall bear flate
of the First day of July,
1924, and shall be made payable on
th.' First day of July. 1944,
in lawful money of Canada
at the office ol the City
Clerk of tbe City of Crauhrook, in
Cranbrook aforesaid, which said
place of payment shall be designated
by the said debentures, and shall
have attached to them coupons for
payment of interest nnd the signature to the said coupons may be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed.
S.—The said debentures shall bear
interest at thu rate of Six
per centum (6#) per annum
from tlie date thereof
payable semi-annually at the said
office of the City Clerk of the City of
Cranbrook aforesaid, in lawful money of Canada on the First day of.
January, and the First day of July
in ench year during the currency
thereof.
(J.- It shall be lawful for t'.ie Mayor
of the said Corporation to negotiate
and sell  tiie said  Debentures
7. -During tbe currency of tlie wild
Debentures there shall he raised aad
levied in each year by special rate
sufficient therefor on all the rateable
hind or lands and ImprovemeaU in
the said Municipality the sum of six
hundred dollars ($000.00) for the
payment of interest on the said Debentures and the sum of three hundred ami thirty-six dollars t$3o0.- ■
00) for the purpose of creating a
sinking fund for the payment of
debt represented by the said debentures, making in all the -inn of nine
hundred and thirty-six dollars
($036.00), to be raised annually for
the payment of the debt and interest.
H.—lt shall be lawful for the said
Municipal Council to re-purchase any
of the said Debenture* upon such
terms a« may be agreed upon with
the legal holder thereof, or any part
thereof either at the time .*:' sale or
i or any subsequent time or times,
and all debentures so re-purchased
shnll forthwith be cancelled and destroyed und no re-issue of debentures
so re-purchased shall be made in consequence of such re-purchase.
0.—This By-Law shall take effect
on and after the First day of July,
1924.
10.—This By-Daw may be cited
for all purposes as the "Waterworks
Loan Debenture By-Law. No. 2,
1924."
Read a first, second and third time
and passed on the 22nd day of May, j
1924.
cal time.
K. VV   BURGESS,
City Clerk.
Cranbrook,  B.C.
.May  17th,  1(124. 13
Fort William, ~ Plana am almost
completed for the J2,0Q0,OOO paper
mill to be erected here by the Great
Lakes Paper Company, according to
a statement made by tlie president ot
the company, J. H, Black. It Is expected that work will begin this summer
St. Jahus, N'fdPd.--Advices received
from the sealing fleet now iu the Gulf
are to the effect that the ships are
within striking distance of the main
herd of seals. Captain Kean, of the
Terra Novi. advises thnt he Is steaming into the wluuvuats off White Bay
mid that the floe is well covered, and
that all the other six ships, which are
within a few miles of him. will likely
secure paying  voyages loo
SYNOPSIS OF
LiND AMENDING
PRE-EMPTIONS
Va
TAKK NOTICE that the above la a
true copy of the proposed By-Law
upon which the vote of the Municipality will be taken at the City Hall,
Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook. B.C.,
on Thursday, June 5th, 1924, between
tbe hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., lo-
unrowrved, sun ry»J
Crown IttiiiU mt) Lit; pie empled In
British subject* ov*i- IS yeara ol mtv
unit by aliens on declaring Intel Hon
to become Ciiuaii -subject*, n.niii-
iional upmi rfeddrnce, occupation
aud lnigii>veiui'iu for Hgrliuitura
liurtMtes,
Full Information ooruwming regu
ntions regarding prt-eiuptions h
given m Bulletin N*u 1. Unit) Sn-rltm
"How io Pre*«nip< Um<l." copies ol
which can he -jliiatiiril fn .' .ham
y ad It-casing the i> ,■ irtim-nt <>i
i-ands, Victoria   B.C    oi   ta   my i-Jo\
eminent Agent
r.ut'or-tiA w,*.' b*> granted rover)im
only land suitable ror agriculture
purpose*, and which ts noi tltnbi i
land, i.e.. carrying over j.eoo boau
r«ct per acre west of the Const Hangi
mid 1,000 f**t if! acre east .if thai
Range,
Applications for pre • mptlona art
io be addressed t« thr Land Commissioner of the Land H i i n Dl
rlslon, in which the land applied foi
Is situated, anl er* mads on printed
forma, copies of which can he oii-
;ained trotn the bind Commissioner
Pr*-etnptloni must he occupied foi
five year* snd Improvements made
to value .'f $jo per acre, un luUing
-earing  and  cultivating at  I'ast   fiv«
acre*, before a frown Grant can b<
recall ed
For more deuJled Information »e«
the    Buii*<tn     ik«    •,.    Pre-empt
Und"
PURCHASE »
App!!ra*.lom are received fur pur
■ baas of vacant and unreeervt-c
Crown lends, mi being tlmbfctand
for sgricultural purposes; minimum
trice of first-class (arable) land Is -tt
per acr»,  snd st^ond-cl-.^s  -gthXi'iKi
end I: io per »n« Pun her information rMarcf'nB purchase or latai
of Crown -aids lv given In Uuiittt*-
Ne. 10. I*nd Sarttt.', "Purchase end
.'.•ese of t rown  I-BSid!- "*
HtU. fs. tnry. or Industrial sites or
'imoer iand, r.ot exceeding -50 acres
may be purchased or leased, the con-
ditiocs including payment oi
stumpage.
HOMESITE   LEASES
Vnaurvayed areas, not exceeding If
acres mi; bs ieased u>- h imeeltes
condition*! npoi a dwelling beinu
erected '.n the Jlist yoar, UUs betas
ebuinsb's after resld*rre and Im
provemem conditions are fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
LEASLS
For grszlng snd   Industrial    pur
poses areas no;  steeedlng  MG acrai
mar  be   Isaaed   by   una   pf rson   or   ■
company.
GRAZING
Under the Otutog Acl ths Province Is divided into grgxlpg districts
and tha range administered under ■>
Erasing Commissions! Annua]
grating permits are Issued baaed on
numbers ranged priority being given
to established owners Stock-owners
nay form sssoeftUons .'•« tangi
.aajiagerr.ent Free, or partially Um\
permits are eveJ'eh.e fer settle')
campers  aad   tftfeliari,   up   \m     *
I, i and 3, Mtnti In and arounri Cantvn- 4. Cltpiydri
Thine* lah** hli bird far sn atHni,
THE closing quarter of the eighteenth century,
when British and other European ships began
to trade regulnrly at Canton and return to their
home porta laden with the rich and strange produce
of southern China, marks the genesis of that interest
in the Flowary Land which is universal to-day. With
the facilities for travel now existent, this vast and
ancient seat of civilization—Cluing Hwa Kwoh (Middle Flowery Kingdom) as the Chinese proudly designate the nucleus of their Empire—is everyday brought
nearer to us.
Over man>, the "Gurgeous East'1 hns csst such
m spell as to have resolved Itself into a lure—the
veritable "lure of the East."
From among its many great cities Canton ta one
of the cynosures, No foreigner who vUitu China will,
if he can help It, miss going there.
ff a stranger In Canton it is advisahle to repair
to one of tht hotels there. Vou can then hire a guide
to take you through the city and suburbs, ln dning
this you will require a chair—a sedan— to carry vou
between lengthy points, u most of yout sight-seeing
•ill he *me on foot Much ef what yoa will eee wtfl
■    to f«, «|0« *U ngw MMtifcg
i.    Ilif   founlrr-tnan   hnnt*  his *arw  la  la»n  and.  S.  The  sable
BT.
operated before you will "give you furiously to think."
While in the city aik your "gui," as the guides
call their vocation in their "pidgin-English," to take
you to Thirteenth Street, which Is the site of the East
India Company's "Factories" where the early European merchants vegetated in the latter years of the
eighteenth century.   They were, virtually, prisoners.
The guide will also lead you to the Sheung Men
Taf, where there is a clepsydra over one of the gates.
This wonderful water-clork is utmost as old as tho
city—2,000  yesrs.
Visits should sIm> be made to the famous Kati
Gardens, Llng-nam, I'ak-hok-tung, Fong-suen and
Ilonam. The views and scenery on the Cantnn river
itself, nnd on its tributaries are magnificent,
The Shmneen is a pleasing oasis; oasis in tha
sense of being a small sylvan patch on the river*
side where foreigners only reside, and the larger portion of which is the British Concession.
A minor part of the whole was allotted to France.
No Chinese are allowed to live on the Khamecn. A
canal separates the Concessions fieri the Chinese
y«to with which II It numM h.i s tew drsw-
For couffli
spoon of
in molasses. For Horo throat
uiid chest heat ami rub well
into affected ports. For cold
iu head beat and inhale.
i>iWt gma fsfcl rr/«/        tn
Our Lead Increased
Over
One-Eighth
Although
Thirty - Five
Only Five
of the Life Insurance business done in British
Columbia in the year ending 31 si December,
1923, was done by Tht Great Wert Life.
life insurance companies are represented in the
Province,
of these reached the two million mark, while
The   Great   Wert   Lite   topi  the  list   with
$5,088,812.
THE FIGURES ARE PROM THE PRELIMINARY
KKI'OKT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT or  INSURANCE.
Premium, lor    Ami- ol policie.      Net Amount
Orcat West
2nd Company
.Irtl Company
4th Company
5th Company
tbo yoor
. $911,121
7-89,177
622,100
4W),88.1
4.16,70.!
now A token up
$5,088,812.
4,054.; 1.1
3,338,533
3,300,000
2.141,935
i force
$28,54U5I
23.880.42'.
20.62i.2ts
15,250,000
10,542,388
Exclusive of Industrial
Jt
Aofifi
J. A. Johnson
Low ratt'.t & exceptional prof,
its paid tn policy
holders explain
thla marked pre-
ference for The
Groat We.t Life.
640 Hastings St., W.
Provincial Manager
Vancouver tkiiV.   FOUK
THE   I) HASH HOOK   HERALD
Friday, May J.lrd, I 924
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WE AUK HERE TO SERVE YOU ANH WILL
APPRECIATE  YOUR  PATRONAGE. I
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, j
Fancy Goods & China
TWENTY  YEARS  AGO
HxtraOtB from '1 lie Cranbrouk
Herald of UiIb dale,  1903.
being ii was ncclc
The Salnl Eugc
is now working to
men being emploj
tho mine.
shall lu- live
elh
die.-
G 1 F T S    T 11.
LAST   -
A two storey addition has been
built un the back of the Beattle-Noble drug store, and the post office moved back to It.
A dunce recently -riven in aid of I
the St. Eugene Hospital.
And whosoever liv-
nd believeth in mo shall never
■John 11:26.
-I-   +   +
Thuraday, May 29
SERVE THE LORD,  with gladni is,
come before  his  his presence  with
Sidelights nn ii Great Industry
I    RAWORTH BROS.
Try Is For Iti-pnirs nnd Boi Satlsfnctiou
C.l'.R- WATCH INSPECTOR NEXT TO Tin-: post office
Inland  Timber  Industries  HwePWWMWVWW
Payroll  nf $10,11110,0(1(1 -^
uiuitiiiiniiiiiiniiio! win nitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiii
Cbe Cranbrook
I'ubllHhi'ii Everj
F A. WILLIAMS
Priday
It   POTTER, ll Si
Babscrlpthin Price 	
To Dulled Slates 	
Advertising Hates on AppUcat
for Advertising shouhl be handed I
nesday noon to Becure attention.
Communications for publication
by the name uf Lhe writer, not ne
print.
MAY 1924
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FRIDAY, .MAY  23
CHAUTAUQUA OX TII
Cranbrook's  next   summer
Chautauqua, which will come lo
June.     It brings tiie same high c
ment as formerly, and the facl i'
list of j^ii.-ir.'iiiti'i*, Ihis year soi
iously not been in accord with iii
indication tliat some of the objecti  raised t
guarantee principle has been overcome.    'Ibis i-- lb
stock argument against Chautauqua, but the guar
antt-e idea is the underlying principle in so mai
sincss undertakings, thai it i- useless to advance it
as a valid objection. The value- for tlie money is unapproachable, the programs varied and of high merit, and it provides the means of bringing to the city
a class of entertainment there is a pressing i
in tbis day, if then- ever was. when so mail) other
influences are at work that do not provide as wholesome a type of relaxation.
iii ah v\ti:i:i> in \\ nn
■: I'Ikim: 104
  ^^v^;^^";-:
The stnn g   limber   „r   Inland >       " "	
I  British Columbia is reckoned at 160,-
 ,000,  foot, and -111 por .-enl. of
.j,,,, the area is described as ali'solul
e»l land.
vm„[    According to tho last  official re
•iporl published, there are uboul   160
lis and shingle mills operating,
pnclty   of   .1,000,000
POLITICS MODIFYING INFLUENCE
Nothing better could illustrate how public
pedieucy has guided the course of the Oliver government than the belaud announcement in regard to
the location of the (.Vast range link of the trans-
provincial highway. Scathing denunciations have
been made of any occurrences in tile time of the
Conservative regime that took on tlu* appearance of anything like this, but the present Liberal government, ii thej mcrelj perpetuated such a
policy, have fur outdistanced Ibeir predecessors. In
lbe time ,,i Dr. King the announcement was made
that the road would go over the Hope .Mountains.
Then came the postponement of the undertaking,
and the rise of tbe movement to have the road go
via the Fraser Canyon through Kamloops, and north
via Edmonton, Wide publicity was given ibe claims
of the rival routes, and the government saw to their
thorn ami Central B.C. is devoloping
I into a most Important branch of log-
'gillg. As yet, the pulp ami paper in-
I dustry has no plant operating in the
! interior, although an enormous quantity of the very finest piilpwuud on
the continent is available.
, These facts and figures demons-
i trate the vital importance of its In-
i land lumber industry to the whole
i province of British Columbia,
This series m' articles cniiiiaiiiiii-.
ealeil   by   tin. Timber Industries
(' It'll ni llrllMi Columbia,
run :•
Fresh Milk      [\
ami :;
ji Whipping Cream ji
fffff
WW
mm in      *j   ! ...mi h i,im mi      U'l'l    J
all descriptions nnd tho ;C
i sawn lumber nlone was W\
i-forma just al present
experience it was last
tricturcs placed on travelling to
,'here the dread foot and mouth
ust how serious this is,
the precautions nre, was seen
i Herefords, worth almost half a
million dollars, had to be slaughtered just as ignominious))' as any common cattle, .\ni*
through the quarantined districts are required t<
pass through wearisome disinfecting processes, aud
in some plates, notably where one crosses the state
unty lines, personal disinfecting processes are
iii>i>ted on, for which sometimes a charge is exact
Some of the main highways have even heen closed
entirely to traffic.
000,000, In addition
of poles, fence posts,
shingle holts, etc.,
>• hundreds of thou-
3 to this total.
tii; Industry i»f Nor-
Canadian    \\
Cafe & Rooms i
s
JOE  UYH.VUTSI,  Proprietor ^
Von Homo St, 0[i|i. C.P. Depot £
NEWLY RENOVATED ]\
THROUGHOUT \l
Ciinn'orlnlilo Rooms       i
5
f,    Flrsl Olnss I'nlV Service    ^
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PROVINCIALS STILL NOT SATISFIED
As was expected by those who followed the P.G.E.
railway enquiry, held by Mr. Justice Gall ihe r, as commissioner, Hon. W. J. Bowser and the government huve
been completely exonerated on the charges brought by
the Provincial party, under Genera! A. D. McRae. The
report of the commissioner was given out this week and
leaves no question us to bis findings. It is a lengthy affair, going fully into the charges contained in the third
party petition. Perhaps tbe chief source of wonderment
on the part of tbe electors is tbat in the face of such a
report the Provincials are broadcasting the province with
accusations and charges which were completely dlspro-
ven before the highest court in the land.—Exchange.
THE TRANS-PROVINCIAL HIGHWAY ROUTE
At last the "sphinx" of tbe department of public
works has broken silence.   On tbe eve of a general elee-
Sunday, May 25
LET    US    REASON"    TOGETHER,
salth the Lord: Though yom- sins be
as scarlet, they shall be as white as
snow.—Isaiah  1:18.
+    +    4
Monday,   May   26
FEAR THE LORD,
truth with all your heart: for
der now great thin*c* le h.ith
for vou.— 1 Samuel 12:24.
+   +
Tuesday,   May   27
THE WORK OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
shall he peace; and the effect of
righteousness, i|iiietness, and assurance for ever. Am! my peoples shall
dwell in a peacable habitation, and
in sura dwellings, anO in <;uiei restl'tg
places.—Isaiah H2:17,1S.  Ill       ill
Wednesday, May  28
SSUS SAID UNTO HER,  1 am th.
resurrection and tbe life: he that believeth in mo, though he were dead.
Co-Operative
SHEBRIFF'S JELLY POWDERS, i
FRESH GINGER SNAPS, per 11,.
MORRELL'S BACON, tin- best .-Unlive s
very
'!■   dozen.
SERVIOK
$1.00
25c
: is limited.
28c
she liv.
Mend
horn, at al! times, ynu
■Iieiiil
Vnn may wound her hy s
I her wiih shame
Should you rail in hi true
lovo you lhe same.
Sn remember, my lad, as ynu stand in |
life's test
Thai  ynu owe to your mother yonr|
finest  and best
—Edgar A. Que
I buying ami nu
EMPRESS ORANGE MARMALADE, ner tin g5c
EMPRESS PINEAPPLE MARMALADE, per tin $1.10
COWAN'S INSTANT COCOA, per tin 3QC
HOT HOUSE TOMATOES      ::      HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES
AI.l. FRESH FRUITS,      ::   SALADS, ETC.
FRF.SH  MILK  AND  CREAM SHELLY'S  CAKES
MODEL BREAD
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.
■-»-♦■ ♦■-» » ♦
—♦—•—*—♦—» -m .-»
nent
! tbe (
to the route tr
.st-interior high-
tli^inav tliat an inscrutable attitude in regard to iti,.     .    , ...
"°""v b itl(lll nL, |,jls mR(|e ]MS pronoum
was going to become an election factor.    Lo pass be followed in the construction
over either one would be to mortally offend the <itli- way link.
cr district, and the federal government refused to be Once again the best interests of the people are to be
handed the buck, giving out  that their measure of|aacrificed on the altar of political expediency. In order
assistance would be forthcoming for either route
Princeton lo Hope, bj an airline runt'' is some
seventy miles, il is stated. The route now announced, by way pf Hope, Vale. Lytton, Spence's Bridge,
Merritt and Princeton is three or four times tliat
distance, but it hoped to earry some favor.as it at
least uses the Fraser Can;.nn for some distance, and
to clinch it a minister i- put into the Vale riding,
with a promise of a million and a quarter road and a
suspension bridge to back him. But the net result is
that disgust is being registered al both Kamloops
ami Princeton, and the chances of government candidates in those places are considered tu have dropped a great deal.
The more courageous course, and more in keeping with the policy which the government claim- to
have been pursuing all these years, would have heen
to adhere to the one route which disinterested engineering advice urged as the more practicable and
useful, and announced it. with the understanding
that as developments warranted il. the other might
also be considered as well.   As n is, u looks like a
] to provide a safe seat for a cabinet minister tin- province
j is to be saddled with another extravagant scheme tbat
bids fair to rival, though perhaps in ii lesser way, such
sink boles us the P.G.E., the South Okanogan Und Settlement scheme and the Siinuis drainage fiasco.
It will be Interesting to note what action supporters
of the present governmenl in Ihis electoral district und
others in the southern interior will take in tbe matter.
In the Similkamcen it is recognized thai any hopes of
election lhat the Liberal candidate may have held are
shuttered by the pre-election announcement of tbe minister of public works.
#■
HOPING FOR THE BEST
These arc hard days for governments seeking re-l
election. Chancellor Marx iu Germany, Premier Poin-
enre in France, Premier Kiymira iu Japan, all have gone,
down to defeat. Premier John Oliver announces himself
supremely confident of the  result  of bis  Uppeal   In  lhe
electors next month. Such an announcement is only
what one would expect of .Mr. Oliver. A statesman,
understanding the uncertain temper of the times, would
hesitate to prophesy the safety of the best of good governments; but Mr. Oliver, trying to forget thut sinking
sensation at tbe pit of bis political stomach, seeks lo put
the best  front possihle on a bad business and with the
beating of drums and the clashing of cymbals persuade
matter of political expediency  first, and the best in-   ,lim8elf thnt he ia lemiitl(, n victorious army tn battle,
terests of the province last. British Columbian.
YOU   KEEP MOT FAIL
Forty-four years ago Marcus L.tahead in his law.   In 1002 be won
Bell, millionaire vice-presidenl and admitted to the Bar and opened a
general   counsel   nf   the Chicago, law office over a grocery store.
Hock  Island and Pan fit       llwoy,      In 1003, he closed up shop, and
was born in the "pro* section" of
Pine Bluff, ArkansE:.
The family was extremely poor.
Young IJftl Btnrtcd life as an errand boy then-, lie studied by the
light of r kerosene lamp. When ho
was 16 years old he eriti red i ollegc
and worked bis way thi  ugh
His llrst "job" was as teacher ol
mathematics In a hoy's school, at
Searcy, Ark. During hi pare
time he muster^ l shoi thond,
There was nn opening fi-r a court
itenographor In Pine Bluff, ii  I ho
beggod for tho chance      i
given a ti i:il and mud (   V. Il
Uili er.t     T       "
working his way to Chicago as ..
freight handler, he entered the
University of Chicago Law School.
Returning to Pine BlulT, he tried
real estate law, but made little
money. Answering an advertisement In the Chicago Tribune for a
stenographer in the Bock Island
Railway, he finally secured the position at $100 a month.
He worked M hours a day hut
received no extra compensation for
hlfi labors, In 1900, after having
started »l the very bottom and
climbing step bv stPn, b
i i A •
he was made General Attorney, In
1914, he was made (Jenera! Solicitor and put in charge of all the
company's litigation. On June 28,
1917, or thirteen years and one day
from the day he started an a stenographer, Bell was made Vice-
president and General Counsel of
the whole Rock Island System, tho
highest position attainable.
Bell's   magnificent   home   is  in
. Pine Bluff.   Mis advice Is: "Never
as I grumble once.   Work like the •'ery
.'   ".   Gavo something? out of every
■>'  ' •*      '    patient,"    -
brook
Chautauqua
SIX DAYS OF UNIQUE AMD IHSTRUCTIVE
PROGRAMS
June 3,4,5,6,7(^9
HAZEL EDEN.
iflUwlv " V/ldSSlCdl, Our long anticipations have at last
Ti i j  tat 11 l'CCQ realized, and we are gratified
"OPiildr dlld JN OVe J IV.   to announce the presence ot Jin sei
FRANK BOHN, Ph.D.
Dr, Frank Bobn, Author. lecturer,
Investigator and an Export in Social
Science, ban the happy combination
of education ond oxperlenco. He has
studied at the great universities ot
this continent, has travelled extensively throw bout Europe, and yet is
primarily a man of the peoplo. For
tbe sake of gaining real knowledge,
he has worked with Bection-haude,
haB become intimately acquainted
with leaders of Labor and Captains
of Finance, and to such experiences
he brings a Btronn nnd well-trained
mind. He can speak with the
authority of the mnn who knows; hu
Is afraid of neither Capital nor
Labor—ho understands both; ho
comes with a comprehensive knowledge not confined to this country;
and dually, he Is a Foreign Representative of the New York Times.
nnd hns nn inside knowledge of
affairs lhat eome to comparatively
few men In this world. Dr. Frank
Bobn has a message—For You!
LECTURES - Uplifting,   "
Humorous, Topical
PLAY - A Clean Story of Love,
Happiness and an Automobile
MISCELLANEOUS - A Variety
of Other Programs, Not Sf3en
Elsewhere, Both Entertaining and Edifying.
THE BIG WORLD-MEN OF TODAY ENDORSE
CHAUTAUQUA
including Lloyd George, Sir H. L. Borden, Balfour, Thomas A. Edison, Meighen, the late President Harding, Wood-
row Wilson, H. W. Wood, E. C. Drury, and others.
IF THEY DO--CAN'T YOU?
Eden, the distinguished Prima Donna
Soprano, whoso rich voice, charming
personality and extraordinary gifts
have contributed largely to the sue
ceSB of the Chicago Civic Opera
Company ln recent aoasona. Miss
Eden's voice te a lyric, soprano of
crystalline duality, yol ot such volume
und compass llial. sho has scored
equal success In purely dramatic
soprano roles, a wonderful accoro*
panlmenl has been provided tor Mlsa
Kilcn In the form of a band In fact,
thn entire day upon which Mlsa Eden
will appear will mark an epoch on
lie- tdx-day circuit In ho far as musical
progrums aro concerned.
TICKET PRICES:
Eleven Programs (Full Ticket)    -
Students' Tickets     (High School Pupils
Childrcns' Tickets     -     -
On Sale
$3.00
$1.50
$1.00
shortly liy Members of the Committee, who will
Ciinviiss the Cily. ...Be Ready (or Them.
AT THE ORDINARY PRICES OF 50e, ;5c and $1.00 THESE
PROGRAMS Won.I) COST AT LEAST $775 CHAUTAUQUA
BRINGS THE ELEVEN FIRST CLASS ENTERTAINMENTS
EOR  LESS THAN THIRTY CENTS EACH. l-'riday, May i.lrd, 1924
THE   CRANBROOK  HKRAI.It
PAGE FIVE
A new Overland delivery truck
from Dezall's Garage lues been placed
in service by the Cranbrook Trading
Co.
HemBtltohlng.-
ilen   Avenue.
Mrs.   Surtees,
Ciar-
8tl
II. I,. Han
Benedict lieu
through the <
well, and tin
Elwell.
sun lias purchased the
e "ti Bui-well Avenue
lliee ol Beale und El-
t'ainily    will    occupy
r    new
i-i-di	
lu
nfter alteration!
Mint: have been done.
Mr. ami .Mis. li. Harrison nnd Miss
Hamilton, sister of Mis. Harrison
left nn Monday toi* the Const. Mis,
Hamilton lias been visiting wiih .Mrs.
Harrison for somo weeks past, and It
visiting  III   the  t'oasl   boforo   her  re
turn to ller home ill the Oust.
Word was I
Mi. Johnston,
Staples had i
Angeles, Cal.
>,l
I'o
III:
of hi
bedside ci
sudden lllne
boforo tin- ,
•eel,
[other ,
led on  1<V
Mrs. Sin]
n the
f Mr
lily lhal
Klmori
in  Loi
had  lel'l
Harry Cox, .lames McLean, ti. G
Moffatt, A. Milt/, and C, Walde lit
loaded tho funeral of tin* Im,* R. 1.
T. tliilbrnilli al Fori Steele on Wed
nesday. Deceased wa.. president all
a heavy stockholder in tho Fornh
Fort Steele Browing Co. The fnm
ral  was  lery  largely   allemh-,1.   Hul
drods and liundrods of ears wer
there from all over East Kootenny.-
Fertile Free I'ress.
John Sweeney, of this city, is recovering nicely at the hospital from |
! a serious operation.
: Mrs. \V. M. Patton returned home
, on Thursday of this wek after a stay
■ of about ten days at the hospital.
Try the Kootenay Garage for  t
service that pleases. Agents ami Deal
ers  In  Superior Chevrolet  cars  and
trucks. l
BORN—At thT St. Eugene
pitai, on Monday, May 19th, t
and Mrs. Edmond Whit,-, of thli
a daughter.
®30& fo-aMouh
Wm. Stroud was able
his home on Tuesday l
pital, when- he had bee
1) from nu attack of pnoun
Wu carry n mil liny of Menu
men's und Children's Rubbers,
W. F DORAN.
Our low prlcee win every lime
•ipt
ItalclllTii & Stcwarl  will 1).
lo Bhotf you the new 1924 m
< 'a r.
pleasod Wortti
idol Star lino, c
r>otr  Tires
'ii aro figuring mi New Tires
ir t;ir tlilfl  sin-Inn  il   will  pay
call nn Wilson's Vulcanising
iind ('il  pl'tCOS,    We sell t;aso-
l. nccessi
md Tube
!, Bowni
manngei
tmd Soi
md Hand
ltf
J. Bowser, Icadei
was attending the
[noting conventlc
I). Caven oi' this .
al representative
Conservative cam-
tho coming olec-
Nelson for a time
re be met   Mr.  W.
af the party, who
lonservatlve nom-
thore.      Mr. T.
ty, was also a loc-
i the convention,
and told of co
is expected Mi
al) before him
Tlie
iditions here, where it
. Wnllhiger will carry
Mrs. E. Paterson was able
turn to her home this wek, aft
ing a patlenl at lhe hospital for
days,
Nurse I'ainaby left on Saturday
for her home after completing her
registered training course at the St.
Kugene Hospital.
Tor oxpt-rt workmanship iu rhurg
iiih* uml overhauling batteries, Phone
Service (lara-ye. No. U4.    We call for J
and deliver batteries, ltf
The annual competition for tbe Dr,
MacKinnon first aid cup will be held
on tbe lawn of the Y. M. C. A. at 7.o0
p.m. on Tuesday next. This competition is open to tbe first aid teams of
the different Boy Scout troops. The
competition was lo have taken place
on  Wednesday evening but the date
ANNUAL MEETING Y.M.
C.A. HELD TUESDAY
EVENING THIS WEEK
Reports Show Progress in All
Directions; Officers and
Directors Named
ideal
Pres
.1.   I..   Palmer
H   I.. Porter
Secretary (i. T. Moir
Treasurer \V. M. Harris
Directors: T. It. Flett, G. D. Carlyle, II. I*. Huxtable, A. A. MocKin-
lieu. IV. n. Gllroy, JI. T. Harris, J. II.
Cameron, W. ■!. Barber, F. G. Munis.
The annual meeting of the Y.M.C.
A. was held this week on Tuesday
evening. Reports were presented by
tlu- officers and committees, making a
shewing financially and in other ways
' that is considered thoroughly satisfactory.    The report.-* of the general
; secretary and treasurer were particularly gratifying, showing that the
association has a larger membership
at present than before, and with larger e.vpen.-es, war still able to enter
the new year stronger financially than
j before. Further mention will be made
of these reports next week.
I     Officers were elected as follows:
I J
I MUSICAL SOCIETY f
| NOTES
**************************
A general meting of the Society
will be held in the Hall next Monday
: evening at S p.m.    All members aro
requested to make a special effort to
, be present.   Will those having a copy
, of the Mikado or any other music be-
i longing to the society, please bring it
in at this meeting.
A meeting of the executive will be
held in the Hall next Friday a; 8 p.ra,
..........
Friday and Saturday Specials
W   J   Johnson left on Monday for LIBERAL AND LABOR
Itevelstoko. where he has been trans-1
ferrt-,1. Mrs. Johnson and family will |     NOMINATIONS IN FER-
remain in Cranbrook for a time.      |
NIE MEAN THREE 0UT|
Special Prices on New Batterie
Service Qarage. Phono 21-
Thi
Morrlssoy   Hotel,   owned   by
II Stephens Brothers of Calgary, and [had to be changed to Tuesday
I j leased  by  Jack   Wilson,  of  Fernie.
lestroyed by lire last night.    It
C G. Ileidel of Los Angeles, pas-
I
There's nothing like   an   ice I
cold  soda to make you  forget J
thirstiness.    First aid for spring j
fever is a cold glass of snappy. I
sparkling,    fresh  frfiit     juice, t
Limeade, Orangeade,    or Lorn- J
onade.     Try a glass today. '
And then, of course, wo have I
all kinds ot l
DELICIOUS FKKS1I !
CANDY !
to appease your sweet tooth.
was the lasl of the five or nix hotels !sc<1 through the city on Tuesday last
j I erected about twenty years ago in the °" hls wa*V t0 Lethbridge, to which
' I boom times al Morrlssey Junction.IP1™" he is K°in-R l" make arrange-
All tho other hotels und almost ev- nients for the arrival of a carload of
ery building of those early days has: Package bees. He is keeping them in
been destroyed by fire. The cause;" dormant state by sending Ihem roof this last conflagration is unknown.' ''rigeratcd. On their arrival they
It is said there is m, insurance on the; wil1 be immediately able tn get i„
building, which originally cost aboutjKovk- Mr. Rcidel
.? 12,000.—Fernie Free  Press.
Hiding l.il
  j tion, with representutlvi
■ fittings have this week sections of the riding,
ut of the  Rex Theatre [volition    held    in    Vict
having   the   interior-Thursday evening lasl.
eiipnney by the Co-Op- elected .lames McLean
. who are moving their,didate t
into that plaee, which ! viueial
The theatr
been taken i
preparatory ti
changed for o
eralive Soeiet
grocery store
they recently purchased. The theatr
fittings are being pul in storage, no
lhe forth
in the Fi
To
I l-'erni
lit th,
ee   Pr
lieing  Included  in  the
i sale of lhe building.
deal   foi-  the
HEIRS WANTED
We can y a full line ol .Men's Women's ami Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DOHAN.
11. (i. Parsons of Golden was a vi
sitor in the city on Saturday last, on! for 35c.
Mr. Rcidel states that Cuna
dians are greater fanciers of honej
than the Americans. Spence
Vancouver use 100 Ions per year.
while Winnipeg uses (17 carloads per
year, most of which is imported.
candidate
will be Iii
jtaut in ai
iltlu
arrive
Tin
he has I
f the  Lib
phill.
il Assnoia-
fl-,,111 all
open con-
It Hall on
anilimusly
llieir ean-
niiing pro-
lie riding,
imination, says the
, .Mr. McLean will
his position ns go-
■oiidor there, as a
lyee cunnol be a
Intlvc honors. This
lltlire Iis 11 rentes-
hi iii the province, I
■en a staunch sup-)
■nil standard War-,
ears since his llrst I
-..........,,
LADIES' SILK HOSE, 111 .: shades,
SPECIAL   PRICKS ON  GIRLS'  DRES
CHILDREN'S  HATS
SUIT!
65c
A\|i
BOYS
AN'Ii  CAPS
500 PAIRS OF SHOES JUST ARRIVED, AND ANOTHER
500 PAIRS ARK IN TRANSIT.    THIS  IS THK SECRET
why „ur prices .01  Shues are s„  low.     We are  buying  null
large quantities
SPECIAL: GIRLS' HATS.  Regular $1.00: Special 5()c
Regular $1.25 to $2.00: Special ggc
Our Store will close Friday und Saturday noon and open Saturday
evening  from   ti   te   lo
B. WESTON'S STORE
THU STORE I
BAKER STREET
HAT SELLS FOR LESS
♦-■* ,  ,
Special:   Special!   Tungsten   Lamps
at bargain prices.    25, 40, and HO watt
his way back to his home.      He was I
a  visitor  at  the  Nelson   Conservative nominating convention, and des-
ilied tliat gathering as a particular-:
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
The newly formed Gyro Club
] Fernie
I WUS    Oil
; iiiiaiiiini
I enl Lai
For the benefit of our many
Satisfied Customers,
we are using only
Crystal Dairy
Ice Cream
From Lethbrldge*
Patricia
f 1 inner
riding,
n! encouraging one. | holding their Installation oil Wed
cand-1 day evening next in the IC, 1'.
allow-) when officers of tlie Grand Lodg
go to'be here to do the initiating.   It
with-1 pected that Nelson will send sn
inrluiiing their
otis orchestra.    Representatives
the various municipal and frat
ly enthusiast!'
Mr. Parsons, himself
idate in the Col u in bit
ih! the nomination this time t<
A. Wi, Chlsholm uf Windermer
out a ballot, and is himself vigorous-]their menib
ly in tbe fight in assure his election.
Mr.  Parsons expresses    an    opinion
that tbo  Kootenays  may send  in   to   bodies  have   been   invite
Victoria a solid Conservative phalanx All members are urged t
Trall-Rossland, Nelson. Creston. For- Mr. Miller, of Vancouvei
nie, Cranbrook ami Columbia all lie- perintendent W, 0. Milte
ins i ■   isidered to have excellent Ton-:
Mr.   Parsons
y     Missing   helm   nre   being   sought
f throughout the world.    Many people
are lo day Uvlag in comrarativo poverty wlio are really rich, but do not
know  it.    Vou  may be one of them.
Send I'or Index Hook. "Missing Heirs
ami Next of Kin," eoutalning carefully authenticated lists of missing heirs
■ md unclaimed estates whieb have been
I  dvertised for, here and abroad. The
'imhx of Miwsint, Heirs we offer for
1 ^ale   contains   ihouaands   of   names
Which   have   appeared  iu  American.
Hall I Canadian,    KnsKsh,    Scotch,    Irish,
, wjvj  Welsh,    Herman.     French,    HelRiau.
s ex-1 Swedish,  Indian. Colonial, and  other
H. nf 'newspapers, inserted by lawyers, ex-
fam- ecutors, administrators, Also contains "Tommy" as he is familiarly
from "a' "f English mid Iri3h Courts of known throughout the Fernie dist-
vnal Chancery   and   unclaimed   dividends; rict,  is  the agent  for a life insur-
sitting member for1
ing in the provincial house]
londay evening made the
< choice of tin,- Independ-
party in convention there
as iis candidate for the coming election.
Delegates were present from Michel, Natal, Coal Creek, West Fer-
nie and Fernie City, and they pledged themselves to give loyal support
to the labor candidate.
Just Arrived
1924 Red Bird De Luxe
ALSO
Champion Sedan & Standard Models
THE  CAR  WITH   THK   POWER AND LASTING
QUA1 ITIES
COME ALONG AND EXAMINE THE LATEST IN
OVERLANDS
Dezall's Garage
PHONE    50
J
return
i bridge
to attend. Usl  ot tlio Hank of England.    Your nnce company at present,    but   hns
be present, name or your ancestors may be in tlte i been widely connected   with   labor
son of Su- list.    Send 11.00 (one dollar) at onoe circles in tile district.      He held the|
of the Nel- for book. position of secretary for the miners'!
son division of the C. I'. I!., who is IJiTKKJTATIONAI   CLAIM    AGENCY  union for many years, and was elec-l
also nn enthusiastic Gyro, will bo in Dept. 752 | ted mayor   of   the city fur several |
ef Leth-lfrom the const as one of the instnl-j PITTSBURGH, PA, U.S.A,
ling officers. ,tt j
. ted mil
terms.
nifof'eftfre*.
etykttttmtty^ttmtetyttttiettytts, .oHfrtt ifyfte^iyom   iHfeetittyfeet  ,t\fsttt etSfm   ,r\frm,et>i\im.J\fi,tm.Jlfitt*»'.*Yt**3
*
GOODYEAR
BALLOON CORDS
; NUMBER OF CASES
UP BEFORE MAGIS-
TRATE THIS WEEK
! Several eases appeared before Po-
lice Magistrate Least this week.
j On Mondnj tin* 19th, Albert Johnson and David Erlckson appeared on
GREATER RIDING COMFORT
LESS WEAR AND TEAR ON THE CAR
THEY SMOOTH OUT ALL ROADS
Let Us Demonstrate To You
Hanson Garage
:   Exclusive Goodyear Dealers   :
a charKo
oi' cauaing damage to the
interior <
l a rooming house during a
drunken
spree. They were lined $20
each and
to make good the damage
caused.
Georg<
Oxhtnd, alias Stephens, on
a vagran
ey charge wns found guilty
and Bonti
need tn two months in jail.
the won*
nt beiii-K withdrawn for 12
home to
enable accused to leave the
city.   In
passing sentence the magis-
irate sta
ed it was a disgrace to sec
men ot' g
iod physique loafing around
the count
•y and that in future he was
disposed
tn  deal severely with this
class of offence. Frank Hanpln who
was found intoxicated in tlie early
in-ins nf Sunday morning last, pled
guilty and wa- fined the customary
-■*,:-! *'i
al  local
till
ulnists huve been
for failing tn park
I . ufc -li-ii.in*,• from lire
Tlie police would like t„
attention nf the motoring
,-\i*i i . proper precautions
S the rules,if the mad nt the
lintel-eelii,as of streets, and in coming
Ion ti, .-tn-,-!- fn,in lanes, Several
minor accidents have been reported in
i this regard and if further complaints
I are mado, disciplinary action will be
taken beforo the court.
I bi-fi
| their ear
j hydrants
cull the
public ti
inobeyh
AV.V.VfAV.W.Vffffffffff
OBITUARY
f
\Avf.v.v.;,\v.w.".vAVfffff:
JOSEPH ROBERTSON
; 111*. Joseph Il"lii risen passed awuy
:at tin- Si. Eugene Hospital un Mon-
Iday last. May 10th, alter a very
I brief Illness, lie was born in Orton,
: Wostmorolond mi July 2-fith. 1K54.
i The funeral took plnco nt Christ
J Church at 11 o'clock. Tin- deceased
' leaves to mourn his loss, a sister,
[ .Mrs. W. II. Bardgett, and a brother
, Nelson Huberts  m Fort Steele.
When in CHA-VBHOOK stop at
Mount Baker Hotel
Conveniently Situated.       Most Modern Hotel tn tbe Distrl-ct.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BA1 ITS ASU SHOWEH
HOT A.VD COLD   WATEK IX EVEHY ROOM
RATES FROM $|.00 UP.
Plione 92 - - - - p. O. Box 20,r,
wm -
Leads the World in
Motor Car Value
Why?
SEE
Ratcliffe & Stewart
AOBNTfl FOR
Nash <S£ Star Cars
(S£ Trucks
Exide Battery Service
PHONE 42
riEiviw  *' ■,|''**'-' ■-,'* "■■•
iBii;t!a},s«cfr-»ir>" <•■ .<■». m 'X'timm
The  pi
hi
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gett, Shaw Btilfgl
I I.. 1'. Jocks.
were Jack Burd-
■I. Patterson and-
Bruce Robinson
STITIIIO:
Phone 295
Teacher of Monle
RAKF.R ST> I'RAMIHOOK
P.O. Box
762
ROBIISOI'S ORGHESTRA-DANGES ARRANGED FOR
ii ifAGE SIX.
TIIE   CIMNHmOOK   HERALD
Friday. May  >.lrii, \>)li
IHetboaisf Cburcb
KKV
SUNDAY, MAY ^5
11 a.m. Morning Service.
II. C. FREEMAN,
Pastor
Junior Choir
Light On Tk Beer Plebiscite
■ ffffffffffffffffffffffffff
i£ YAHK \
12.ID Sunday School and Adult Bible Cltis-*..
Free Discussion Weleomed
7.30 p.m. Evening Servlci
svniur choir
Vlll' 1MI.I, RECEIVE A COHDIAI  IVtl.CO.HE
f
PROFESSIONAL OAKHS
II If. . W . \ . F E 1IUIE    (
DENTIST )
Campbell-Si inning Bloek I
I'Uae If,     HOIre Hoars I       J
to 1,   «
• te li, I lo 5 p.ui.
lira. Grcon &  MacKinnon
Physicians anil Surgeons
Ofllce at  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICII
All 1*1*1]   .     :■    ...
Evenings —
8undays 	
HOURS
.... 2.00 to -1.00
.... 7.80 to 8.30
.... 2.00 to 4.00
ORA.NBROOK, B.C.
lilt. F. B. HOLES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
I to 11 a.m      1 to 5 p.m.
Huson Blk., CRANBnOOK, B.C.
F.M.MACV II E R8OM
Underlakrr
Phone S-jO
Horbnrj Ave., next to Cllj Hall
Baptist ClwrrJ)
PASTOR   W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAV, MAY 28
I i ii.iu.
"The Qood  lime Coming"
11! noon.     - Suuilaj' School.
Bible Classes for Men A Woman
7.30 p.m.
"Our Attitude To
Nutionnl Dangers"
VOU   AKI.   (OTtimi.U
lA'VlTEl).
Local Option Principle Can Be Invoked If General
£ Plebiscite Passes
wmwmmwm-ri-j ■■ ''"'ioiim
When the citizens of British Co- oral expression of public opinion on
lunibia go  to  tlie polls on election] the subject.    The provision, contain-
day, June 20, they will be asked to
gay whether or not they approve ol
the dale of beer by the glass in Iieen
seel premises without a bar,
Among the regulations, tiie out
standing ones are two. There is U
be no return to the saloon bar; am
in the licensed premises where tht
sale of beer is to be permitted, ik
other drink, either alcoholic or non
alcoholic, is to be sold.
alo
1 ed in clause 2, i ei tio
as follows:
"The lieutenant-jiu
! cil may at any tinu
the taking of the get
electors on the quest!
form of ballot contfl
tion, and from lime
to a vote of the eloc
ling division any otl
latlng to the contr il <
traffic in alcoholic I
provisions of this i
mutatis nmtandi-
S of the act i:
rnor-in -coun
subsequent t<
ral vote of tin
i Bet out In thi
ed in this see
i time, suhmi
irs of any pol
£      HAPPENINGS
ffffffffffffffffffffJV
Mr. und Mrs. L. P. Williams, who
spent the week-end in Cnlgnry, returned home on Tuesdttv.
Mi
A. Levi
arrived buck
in Yahk
nn \\
ednesdny Inst, after i
month's
visit
ut the C
last.
Mi
i.   C,   11,
nd   nnd   dim.
'liter,  ol
Hosn
or,   B.C.
spent   tho
weok-enc
with
.Mrs. 1,. 1
imith.
nfte
Mr.
-s. Barr, of Wasa, is spending a
days in Yahk ns tho £uest of
mil Mrs. F. ('. Allen.
tODSES AS'li SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meetn ln the
It. of 1'. Hull
afternoon of the
first Tuesday at
Lee Ging
Tailoring,   Dry   Cleaning,
Pressing, Repairing    .
We nlso elean White Furs aud
Cloves of all kinds.   High Class
Work nt lowest prices.
11 Armstrong Ave., Cran-
brook.    1'. O. Box (98
Fresldontt  Mrs.
Scc.-Trcanrcr:
All ladles sr»
r.onllally Invited
ff.  ff,  Wolfer
.Hrs,    Fllilnysitn
I. O. O. V.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Jio-alB every
Mo' day night at
'£>-s^nio AndI4.orlum
Sojourning Odd Follov/s nre cordially Invited.
N. O.       -       -     11. ff. Leonard
Rec. Bee.   K. G. Dingley. P.O.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
I'HONK  10
IEL50I BUSINESS COLLEGE
L E A H N   T 0   E A lt N
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
Day and Night Classes
Complete, Practical Commercial
Corn-Be lu Shorthand, Typewriting.      Bookkeeping.      Spelling,
Commercial   English,   Commercial   Law,   Penmanship,  .Rapid
Calculation, Piling ami General
Offlce Procedure.
Por Particulars:
Apply P.O. Boi U, Nelson, B.C.
■inU-MM GLEANERS
AND DYEB3
Every Garment lent to ni to oa
Cleaned or Dyed It ftrM
Our Utmost Oare.
Our kti-iwledi-a of ths business
Iti your assurance of satisfaction
here,   Phone, and we wlll Ckll,
or bring ne your work.
Wn Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE  117
L. D. Cafe
(Little Duvenport)
When you wlah something good
to sat go to the "L.D."
The vote on the sale of beer by
the glass te to lie held under the authority of the Liquor Control Plebiscites Act. If the electors vote for
sale of beer by the glass, tho conditions under wliich it will be sold are
laid down in part two of the Government Liquor Acl Amending act, 1U23
'Amendment providing for sale of
beer by tho glass." Both of these
statutes wore enacted at hist year's
slot) of tlie provincial house.
The form of the plebiscite, aa prescribed by the Liquor Control Plobis-
ites act| i^ as follows:
"Do you approve of the sale of
beer by the glass in licensed premises without 'a bar, under government
control and regulation?
The vote is tu be a straight "Yes"
"No," the question being answered with u cross placed in one or other
of the squares opposite those words.
The decision of the government recently announced, that the beer plebiscite will be taken mi the same
day as the general election, makes it
ertain that the vote will be taken on
June 20th.
By a furtlier nnd little known provision of the Liquor Control Plebiscites act the government is empowered to submit plebiscites in any particular polling division, subsequent toj der this act."
the taking of the general vote. While'
the intention of this provision is not
explicitly avowed, the plain Inference
to be drawn from it is that local option on the sale of beer by the glass
will be permitted, subject to the gen-
Hiul  (lie
nil   apply.
ihe tnklni
' the
brock
Mis
klo
Ile
If the boor ph'hi -lie i- can
the affirmative, Hie followin
among the principal regulations
will apply to the licensed sale i
by the glass;
The government liquor hoar
grant licenses in respect of pi'
kept or operated by the Iiu
and specified in tho licenses.
Every applicant for a beer
shall advertise In four issues o
cal newspaper his intention to
.1  may
id Airs. P. P. Heric were
a husiness trip to Crim-
Kriday lost.
-■sc:; Healrice and Pntricia Mar-
f Hull Rlvor, are visiting their
I parents, Mr, and Mrs. P. P,
. .1. Inge, who has been working
io  C.P.R,   war..I,hum-  for some
has resigned his position and
>'ft for his hi
A very enjoyable evening was
spent ut tlie home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Brogan, Saturday evening, last
when they entertained a number of
the young people. Tlie evening was
spent in playing cards and games.
Those who carried off the prizes
were: ladies' first, Miss Ora Gul-
nuui; gouts first Mr. P, Atkins.
Consolation prizes, Miss Tyro Johnston and Mr. T. I.aSalle. Those present were Miss lt. Mclnuis, Miss T.
Johnson, Miss E. Brownrlgg, Miss L.
Brogan, Miss Ora Bulman, Miss L.
Ilitir, Mr. K. Lewis, Mr. II. llolinnit,
I Mr, F. Ilolman, Mr, P, Atkins, of
Mr. M. Bl'ognu, Mr, N. Newman,
Mr.  A, Levi, Mr, LnSallo, ami Mr,
il Mrs. A. Brogan nud son .Joe.
COLUMBIA BRINGS
OUT PROVINCIAL
PARTY CANDIDATE
(Special to tho Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., .liny 10. — Tlio
adherents of the Provincial party
throughout Columbia riding held their
convention in Golden on Tuesday, the
13th. There were present from the
Lake Windermere district, -Messrs. II.
E. Forster, .1. S. Johnston, Jas. .Sims,
N. M. Marples, and P. II. Stoddnrt.
At the proper time Mr. James S.
Johnston was chosen the candidate of
the party. Mr. Johnston Is a rancher
this neighborhood, having lived
In-i-e for some twenty live years. He
holds the rcspocl and esteem of all
who know him.
in Calgary.
I*'. Wesllo;
,-,-k fur On
luughlo
lortn,
srs. Home and C
ss cull at Valik lasl
per paid
The license, i
the licensee to |
government vein
the glass or opei
linn on the prei
All beer lie-
December .'11 (,
they are issued,
be made i'or reis
ner us for the origin!
No licensee will I
maintain in his pn
oi- counter over or a
coholic or non-alcohi
sold."
"Xo   person   shall
consume any liquor
in any part of the pit
of which a beer licoi
apply,
sued, will permit
linse beer from a
and to sell it by
til,* for consump-
ant-
■Cmibrey loft fo:
on Sunday last.
Alex Derby, salesman tor llu-
rn Grocers, of dranbrook, wns
Incss visitor in Yahk last l-'i-i-
will  expln
id application must
ie in the same nian-
which any alio beverage is
Mr.  Tru
■man.   grain-door   inspec
I tor, paid Yahk a visit this week.
|     Church services wero held In the
C.P.R. hall, Sunday morning.
j     Mrs, J. Hamilton left
for Crnnbrook.
llliorlu's Population, —According i"
io basis oa which Hie province ol
Iberlu Is lovt .ocoivlng subsidy
oia lho ti-ilenii government, Hie pop
Iation ot ibe provlnco is ostitnntod
i be 046,000.
e
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms ||
l'AHK, B.C. '
Opposite Oarage, Near Brldgo
Comfortable  Rooms with
CalV in Connection
We Solicit Your Patronage
A. Hjort - Prop.
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
(Hlitinl     lllerinomeler    RcadlngD
Ai Cranbrook
May
May
May
May
.May
May
May
Magistrate: "Do you wish to challenge any member of the jury?"
Kx Pug: "i ani'i reeling very fit,
but I don'l mind going a couple of
rounds wiih tbo ral gentleman In the
corner.
i *********
ther than beer
nises iu respect
ie is issued un-
Master Joe Brogan, \vh(
the Cranbrook High Scho
the week-end with his par-
and Mrs. A. Brogan.
attends
ll, spent
■nt*-. Mr.
Misses Yiola and Alice Allen. Mrs.
P. Allen and Fred Barr motored to
Clause 11 provides that beer licon-j Wasn to take in Ihe big dance which
shall apply only in such parts oi'jwns held there Saturday night, ami
reported having a good time.
the province as have voted in the af
firmativc on the plebiscite. This ii
a further indication to apply the prln
triple of local option.
Mr,
then
md Mrs. Luc Heric and chil-
lotored  to   Eostport, Sunday
'',' *•* *•* 'I' *!• *** *!* "I* "i1 •!* v ■** 'l'
Paul Nordgren J
*
When  You *
*
('ALT, AT YAHK J
*
llu nol forget lo visit the       *
Paul Nordgren Store!
On Main Road, near bi-iilgo       *
*
New Shipment   ol  Straw lints +
Just lu.   Order Yours Karly    f
:••:••:••:••:•:••:••:•** *•*****♦+* ******
HIGHWAY ROUTE
TO COAST IS A
COMPROMISE ONE
Takes Fraser Canyon Route
in Part and Then Down
to Princeton
east of Yule a si
be built across tl
Tliat a compri
adopted te shown
highway will not
loops   nor   will
through tho Hopi
The latter route
bridge will   i
mise route has liet'ii
liy the fact that the
go right into Kain-
the  "Hope  i-ut-ofl"*
; .Mountains he used.
has been consistent
ly advocated with great tenacity 1>>
residents of Princeton and elsewhere.
Spence's Bridge uili he an important converging point for tourists
coming from the south through Orovllle and Penticton, as from there
they may turn cast to Kai
north over the Cariboo trail i
along the mute of the Preset
and Canadian Pacific Railw
Agassiz, Hope, Chilllwnck ai
coast.
nl   tlu
Vancouver. — Hon. Dr. W, H.
Sutherland, minister of public works,
has officially announced that the
trans-provincial highway link will *>o
up the Fraser Canyon from Hope to
Spence's Bridge and from thence to
Merritt, Princeton, Osoyoos. Greenwood and points enst.
While this route is the Fraser Can-
yon choice, it does not turn north to
Kamloops, but comes eouth from M^r-j  *-*—	
ritt to Princeton and serves with ,™-| RESPECTED INVERMERE
sonable equality the people who lav- nccmPMT OAeerc
ored    the   original    Fraser Canyon KtSlUfcN 1 rA5*I>iiS
route aud those who wished to seei AWAY SUNDAY LAST:
the routl built on what wns called Uie | 	
Hope-Princeton route.
Merritt is about midway between
Kamloops anil Princeton on the rond.
forming part of the Okanagan olr-
THE
INEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
JS. MARKLUND Prop.
lnvermere,
Theodore  Be
B.C.
ede,-:
L'I. -
lii-.-t-d
open
EatablUb.d im I'lion. 114
Geo. R. Leask
riONEKU BUI1DEB
AND   C0HTHACT0B
€ablnet Tfork.   Picture Frflnilnp
EtttmateR  given  on
all clMs.a of work
Offlce: Corner Norbury Avenue
and  Ednaritt Street
IBWKi*'*.        V £j
Sainsbury & Ryan 1
BOTLDEBS AMI
C0NTEACT0B8
E«tltnatM  Clvcu aud   Work
OuarantMd
Telephoiien 2'.i'2 ami '.'Sit
CKANUIiOOK      -      H.C. |;
laisii"! m i  <■•
CLEANING — PRBSSINO
— REPAIRINO —
Vim UIII Muke Uio Mistake
In Ordering that
NEW SPRING SCIT
OR OVKKCOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Home Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
riume 11(1     ::     Phone 418
gBBKKKT
1
SHOE REPAIRINO
SI513
MIKE KIZ.MI.NKO
0BA9BB00E 8TEEET
Next lo .llnfliiH's
h0
1 ■ -Hi. itAin,
| ytT-     },-*.. I
\\\ti i*   |
!  twpTiRAtro,. |
Keeps
Pacific
Montana Restaurant
Meals at All  Moan
O-feara, CWarettei  and Candlan
r,r»tn«k DL I'ktua IM
Opp. Bank ol Commere*
Now thnt the warm weather
and sunshine are here, the
keeping qunlitiea of the various milks again becomes almost as important ai richnes
and flavor.
We huve on file probably
two hundred letters, all telling ua how well Pacific Milk
keeps after it is opened.
cult, antl is, according    to
from the B. C. Automobile
tion in gootl condition  for automobile traffic.
The plans announced by Hon. Dr.
Sutherland provide for the improve,
ment of connecting links, so the main
trunk road will he accessible from al!
sections.
The department, the minister of
public works states, intends to construct the short link between Mope
and Princeton later on.
Two years will be required In I
which to complete the Fraser Canyon !
portion of the road it is estimated.
Tolls will he charged to all users of
tho road except residents along tho
route.
The plan announced by the government in connection with the construction of the coust to interior link
of the trans-provincinl highway calls
for the spending of one nnd a quarter
million dollars on a highway up the
Krnser Canyon from Mope to I.vtton,
a distance of 07 miles. A dozen n ,-'
Mra.
quietly
a long
j and severe illness.    It is now nearly
* thirteen years since, with her daugh-
'•''"'! ter, .Miss Dorn K. Boodecker, the de-
mo'I ceased lady came out from Bedford,
England, and together with her hns
resided on lnvermere Heights.   After
a solemn service conducted by the
vicar. Rev. 1-'. B. Atkinson, in Christ
Church, the interment took place in
tin- cemetery at Windermere.
When in Valik make your home al
tmi: m:h hotel.
This
Hold is new from bottom to top.    Twenty-live
ly furnished rodhlS. All are elean
ami comfortable.
RESTAURANT IX (ONMTTION.
Lift Off-No Pain!
Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a tittle
"Freezone" on an aching corn, iu-
Btantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lilt it off with fingers.
Vour dniggitU sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tho toes, anil the foot
calluses, without  soreness or lrrita-
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro?. Oort,
Maternity and General Nursing
TermB Moderate
MJt& 1. CKAWFCiM),   Matron.
Garden Avenue      -   Phone 269
COAL BY-PRODUCTS
MAY BRING NEW INDUSTRIES TO FERNIE
i
ut
i Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
llend Office, Vancouver, B,C
lactone* al AbbotaM awl tUmm.
Say "Bayer Aspirin"
INSIST! Unless you sec the
"Bayer Cross" on tablets you
are not getting the genuine
Bayer Aspirin proved safe by
millions and prescribed by physicians for 24 years.
O &s* Accept 2& 2
%J&f^     Bayer package
whicliconlains proven directions
Handy "Bayer" boxoa of 12 tabled
Also bottles of 24 mul Hilt - Hi ii",'i:ih,
A-iplrln In the Irmlr mirk fmtlltnd In
Otwsds, st Vtnr Uinurartuiw or lion?-
uf Ntlln/HvMkl
The Lethbridge llernld in
issue nny.s:
Plans comprehending the Investment in development nml construction work nt Fernie, B.C., of fivo mil-
lien dollars nre -Hiiiil lo he n long way
toward completion, the enterprise Involving the opening up of the adjacent in>u ore deposits, the construction ni' a steel mill, mul the manufacture of n hull' a score of by-products
and other properties neur the Kust
from the coal rosources »( Coal Creek
Kootenay city.
It hoi heen learned iu Lothbrldge
thiii tlie success of the proipoctlve
industrial boom ut Fernie hingos on
tlie agreement to a five years' peacoi
with organlzod labor. If lulmr is wil
line tu filter such u pact, tlie backers
of the steel industry are said to be
Willing lu start development ut once,
The name of W. ll. Wilson, president
of the Crow'.- Ne . "nss Coal Co.. uml
part owner of the Premier mine, one
of the richest irold mines in the world
te connected with the report.
I According to Information gntherei
hy the Lethbrldge Herald, the schenv
Involvos the extinction of a numba
of by-products from the coal. By
products lo the value of $10, it te
sold, can he secured from a ton of
coal, leaving still the coke. This will
! he Used its fuel for the projected .steel
1 mill, it is stated. The report is creating no little stir in Fernie und the
I'nss.
It costs more
double life.
than double to live
HIS MAJESTY
KING CLvjRCE V
c*%
Demand is the Cause of Supply
Demand an old and WELL-
MATURED whisky and you
will get it.
ADIAtf
WHISKY
are soundly  manufactured, old,
and well-matured whiskies.
If you demand these you will get
them.
Reud lhe label on every bottle and observe lhe
date on lhe Government Stamp.
DISTILLED AND OOTTLED »Y
Hiram Walker & Sons, Limited
WALKERVILLE        ONTARIO
Milliter.,
Whttktt, 1
of Fine
Inn ISSS
Montrc.l, Que.
London. In,:
New Yolk. U.S.A.
This advertisement is not pitblbhcd nr riliplaycil hy ihu Mqnnr
1 i-niiui Board orbytho Govcmtncnl ol Brlll.li Coluinhiii.  ...
WHY OPERATE ?
Tor APPENDICITIS, UA1.I.
STONES, stomach anil liver
troublps. when IIEPATOLA
(lues llio work without linlll
nnd no risk of your life nor
loss ot time. CONTAINS
NO POISON
Not  Sold   Hy   Druggists
MBS. GEO. S. AL.UAS
Solo  Mniiiihicliii'ii-
lillil Fourth Are. s.,   Phone 4855
SASKATOON
Price W.5II .Parrel posl
ii, cents cvlru
JOHN QARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGIiR
Fill Line of Wall Paper
In Ntock.
Store, Manson Avenue
Phone 408 it ell hour*
(KANBBOOK     .     ■     .     B.C.
'££$3$
It*
rlllMIIIOOh   I It AIN   II MIS
\o. Hi IIAII.V To Nolson; Vdnoouvor,
Bpohfllto etc. Arrlvo 13.10 pin. leave
19,20 p.m.
Ml. mi liAll.V  To Pernie, i bridge,
Medicine Hal. Calgary, oto, Arrive
t.10 p.m. Leave 4.20 p.m.
rraiilii'onk,  Wycliffe, Kimlierley Ser.
vices
Xo. Sill -Leave 7.05 a.m. No. 824~Ar-
rlve 1.10 p.m.
I'ranbraak, Lake IViniicruiere nml
Oolden Service
Monday and Thursday, each week
-No. 821, leavo 0 a.m.      Wednesday
and Saturday—No. 822 arrive 3.311 p.m.
Pnclllc Time
For fnrthor particulars apply to any
I cket agent.
J. B. PROCTOH,
ir Ageot, Olgsry
L Friday, Mny 2,?rd, 1924
TITE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE SEVEN
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BRIER
TRAOC  MARK
HEGISTERED
n
KIMBERLEY'S NEW
THEATRE IS CREDIT
TO GROWING TOWN
Equipment Fully Up-to-Date
and Management Plans
Up-to Date Programs
and later, country store and amateur
nights will bi> held. Mr. Bailey will be
pleased to see any of his Cranbrook
fHenda at all times. There will be
but one show, at eight p.m. This
will allow a pleasant drive from
Cranbrnok. sec the show and be home
in good time.
The credit for the erection of the
building goe.* to George
Cranbrook, who was the (
The excellent lighting system wus put
In by E. Dickenson and C. K. Slssons
and a dimmer system in connection,
which was tried on the night of the
dance and found very effective.
FERNIE   HAS   THREE   IN   FIGHT
Tho citizens of Kimherlcy can now!
hit with prldo to tlieir new theatre'
and bull which wus opened with the
I K.I', dance on Monday evening lust.    ,
The front .if the building will stand J
comparison with any picture hmi.se in I
: tbe    country. The    interior    is
hcd  in  white  plaster  above  the'
panelling of natural groin.   The bull-
! ding is 120 by ,'JO foot over nil.   The      „,,
! booth equipment is up-to-date in eve-     Thfl Pntricia WM the Eirst
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FIRST AID INSTRUCTION
CLASSES FOR C. P. R.
MEN COMMENCE HERE
Indies Will Also Be Given the
Course If Sufficient Number Are Interested
nt time classes similar to those)
nt Nelson and Penticton at dif-
( times in the week.
| ped with the latest type simplex pro.
which ore now used through-j
-tul the world in the largest theatres J
Mercury are rectifiers change the nl-1
| tornating current  to direct,  thereby
etting a brighter and clearer picture
with practically no flicker.   The soot-
is s., arranged that even with
the   house   full   every   person   has   a
clear view of tlie screen.    The man*
agemenl announce that it will he their
I policy   to   run   only   the   latest   nnd
; besl pictures nl    a    moderate price,
will he it special  matinee for
I children on Saturdays and it is the Intention   lu  include  iu   the   Saturday
program special educational subjects.
j This  week  three  special   attractions
ere to be shown, beginning with Po-
Negri    in    the "Spanish Dancer"
| which was used at the opening night.
j This Wonderful picture is playing in
! larger places wiih raised admissions.
I Wednesday and Thursday, the spec-
j tacular picture, "The Gold Digger/'
was shown, while Friday and Satur-
i day one of the Universal Film fVs
I biggest attractions,  entitled   "White
| Tiger," featuring Priscilla Dean, will
! be shown.        Their aim at all times
: will be to bring elean wholesome at-
'. tractions to Kimberley and the management  will  be   pleased  to  receive J
su^n'c.-tions at any time from patrons..
With ii chain of four picture houses
j they are able to procure better pic-
j tures than if operating an individual
j theatre.  Competitions  for the child-
i ren hy co-operating with the school
j will he put on from time to time, and
prizes donated to children with the,
| highest monthly average in each room i
The political situation ^ warming
up. Dr. Bunnell, tiie old Conservative
warhorsc, was nominated last Friday night and James McLean was nominated lust Thursay night af the Liberal standard-bearer. Both these men
are probably the strongest ropresen-
I.eask of,tatives that could be secured, both
infractor, are very populnr and all signs point
to a real fight, with Tom Uphill making it interesting for everybody. The
Provincial party has not yet made a
move, although Dan Alton, the only
member of that organization in the
city, says they will be in the game to
the finish. Dr. Bonnell and James
McLean are personal friends, both
belong to the same clubs and both
are members of the Old-Timers* As-
es not look as
Id he very much mud
store
store, its striking decorations in i
striped effect being quite notieeablt
on Baker Street on Wednesday.
slinging in  this campaign
i they are concerned. —   Fe
j Press.
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SUMMER HOLIDAYS
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Specially Reduced Fares
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Either   U.I. KAIL. ,.r via the GREAT LAKES
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ENJOY  A  HEALTH GIVING  HOLIDAY
AT THE ULNGALOW CAMPS
In ..lil clothes and comfort.   Camps at Lake Wapta, Lake O'-ffl
Ilara, Yoho Valley, Emerald Lake    Chain.     Moraine    Lake,
Sturm Mountain, Vermillion River. Sinclair Hot Springs and
Lake Windermere.      These Camps are open July  1st to September 15th.
The  Famous "TRANS-CANA DA   LIMITED" i- now  running again with accelerated schedule.
Information aa to lares, and assistance   in   making  your
will  be  cheerfully  given by  any Ticket Agent of the
plans
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CONSERVATIVE'S
PROSPECTS IN
COLUMBIA GOOD
(Special to The Herald)
lnvermere. B.C., May IT..—Mr. A.
M, Chlsholm of Windermere, who is
the Conservative candidate for Co-
tumbia riding in the coming contest,
has jus! returned from u week's mo-
between here nnd Spokane.
He is in line fettle to earry on his
campaign and looks forward to a sure
nnd certain victory, not only for
himself hut also for his party at the
contest which  lias  been set  for the
20th of June.
The promise
ed fight in this
for   many   yen
vativea  gone  i
stronger man
i ;.   sea  for railway employee!   tn
id work uili be started in this
I riday evening hy E. G. No
the   vice president's   ofiice,
,  secretary  and   Instructor
. C. P. R. centre of the St. John! loviTw
Ambulance Society.     Mr. Noble was
in the city the end of Inst week making his  preliminary arrangements.
!lf will also give instruction to the
on    Thursday  evenings,   it'
:: call !■> form such a class.
PI    classes an- to he held at the Y.
ki C V., ;ii  7 p.m. This is an extension to the west  of work which has
i irried on in lhe east on quite
1 ;       scale, and Mr. Noble is antl*
■   large  classes and satisfactory  results from the courses here,
lie visitor! List Friday and Saturday
it number of local officials at the lo-
n ps and yards, and succeeded
nlisting a  good   deal   of eucour-
nl fur his work.   Ile has been
c< nnccted with first  aid work for a
bi ii i erable   tlmo,  having operated
from tlie headquarters at Montreal.
and later being moved to take charge
of the work on tbe western lines,
with headquarters at  Winnipeg.
Tlie classes will last for nine or
ten weeks, at the end of which time
those taking lhe course will be examined by a railway doctor, and to
those found proficient a certificate
will l»> issued. Classes will also be
held next year and the year after.
To those who succeed iu passing tht
examinations when these are completed lhe St. John Ambulance Medal;
will he awarded.
Special  efforts will  he  made,  Mr
Noble says, to interest train and en-i     The following is the draft of the
gine crews, nud all whose work ta! stationing as worked out by the Me-
for a three corner-
mstituency. Never
years have the Conser-
e into the field with a
m or a better organization or feeling as confident of victory.
Monday of this week was a very
busy one amongsf the electorate of
Columbia riding, scores of whom
wended their way from all manner
of distances in 'he office of the registrar at Golden to see their names placed on the list of voters, or to argue
for the removal of others.
Noi for many years have the various political organisations been so
vail organizi d for the campaign.
Especially is this so in the case of
the Conservative party who are confident that their candidate. Mr. A. M.
Chlsholm, will lead the polls and that
lie will bo only one of the many to
follow tho great leader of the cause.
METHODIST CONFER-
ENCE FILLS CHARGES
IN EAST KOOTENAY
kes them  a
which there
attend the injured. A knowledge
of first aid work, he points out, is
valuable not only during the hours
when the men are on duty, but also
in private life, aud as the classes do
not cost the men or women anything,
all the books and equipment being
furnished, it is hoped a large number will avail themselves of the op
poiiunity afforded to take the work.
Mr. Nobti! has been conducting
the classes at other points in the
went, und is also conducting at thi
distance from points al I thodist Conference for the East Koo-
is a doctor    who mightjtenny   district:
Cranbrook: Ii. Cortland Freeman.
Cranbrook (Chinese): to be supplied  from  Nelson.
Moyie:  To  be  supplied.
Vahk-I.uniberton: To be supplied.
Kimberley: .lames Evans,
Fernie:: W. K. Burns (United
Church, Presbyterian),
Michel: Stanley Redman,
Ilosmer: To he supplied.
Coal Creeki To bo supplied.
Creston: George Knox.
Lister j To ba supplied.
tk Drivers Sed
The battery in your car makes or mars the
pleasure of driving. It is usually stowed away
out of sight but it is the most import-ant unit
in your car. Without a battery your car is
lifeless, with a weak inefficient battery it is
crippled. But with a powerful, long-lived
Prest-O-Lite, the engine leaps into action at
the touch of the starting pedal, live current
flows through the spark plugs, the horn resounds its warning, light floods the roadway.
Prcst-O-Platcs the final product of the "oldest
service to motorists in America" developed in
the greatest battery laboratory in the World—
give Prest-O-Lite batteries their power and
long life.
When you buy a new battery,
go to a Prest-O-Lite dealer,
who will prescribe the right
battery for your particular car.
Then wherever you go there is
a Prest-O-Lite Service Station
to keep your battery in perfect
condition.
toraqe
Battery
right krrtrty ceo-
East Kootenay Battery Service
TED COOPER   STAMIAIII) ELECTRIC SHOP PAGE     EIGHT
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Earrings, reg. 1.50,
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CORPORATION OF THE CITY   OF   CRANBROOK
Crnnbrook, I;.' .
Maj 22nd, 192-i
T.i ih.* Ratcpayi i - of ihe
i H-, ul Cranbrook :
Ladies and '.- ntli men
We respectful!) bro lo sttbmil llu* governing facts featu
ring iiu* W'.iii*! Hj Laws wliich uili I™- presented for your
consideration upon Thursday, him* 5lb, 1924, li is ni vital
importance in secure your sanction mi account of acute shortage of water; in i ial linii- there i> an insufficient flow lo
prevent a freezi up during the severe frost of tin- winter
months; also ii is impi rative to ensure an ample supply during
tlu- drought season caused In a nnlil winter or slight fall of
snow* 'iu!i a- we have to contend with this present season. In
Marcli 1922, you mtcd in favor of Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars ($35,0OO'OO) foi ni. i* improvements and extension*,: of
this then* remains a balance of Twenty-Four Thousand Dol
lars ($24,000.00). The estimated cost of finally disposing ni
the water shortage problem i- approximately Thirty-Four
Thousand Dollars |$.HO00.0O) meaning thai todeal effectively
and promptly with iiii-. most urgenl matter another Ten
Thousand Dollars ($10,000,00) approximately will be required,
hence the necessit) ol your endorsation of same upon Thursday, lime 5th. foi* tin* hygienic welfare of the Citv of ('ran
brook.
A feu* details relative to connecting Gold Creek to St.
Joseph's ('nek uili be uf value tn the ratepayers. It is two
and three-quarters of a mile from Gold Creek to the summit
and in order to conneel up mosl economically il will be necessary lo divert (he road al least one mile. There is about fifty
thousand yds. of earth to be excavated and about live hundred
yards of solid rock, two hundred and fifty feet uf flume to
carry water over a coulee, a four hundred and fifty feel of a
diversion dam will, hi ad gate; tlie ditch uili hi- large enough
to carry thirty second feel which will give an abundant supply
of water, li will give ai 1,-,-i-t five times ihe amount of water
we have now. This uili also allow all ranchers within vicinity
of Cranbrook a full supply of water for irrigation.
After thorough investigation il is discovered necessary
lhat debentures be raisetl to tin- amount of Eight Thousand
Dollars ($8,000.00) for renewing that portion of the water
system known as Slaterville. For more than twenty years lhe
wooden mains of the old waterworks company have been in
operation and an* now in such a decayed and leaky condition
that fully warrants the City Couneii iu seeking vour sanction
for Ihe above By-Law, lhe Comptroller of Water Rights at
Victoria has repealed!) complained of tin- excessive quantity
of water passing through these mains; besides the facl of
entailing greal expense i-, tin- City for maintenance and repair
work. The Cily Council are doing all within their power by
taking immediate action on this alarming situation. We feel it
lo he our duty I-- acquaint you fully wiih all possible facts
relative lo the By-Laws in question. The Eight Thousand
Dollars ($8,000.00) debentures will be upon a twenty year
basis; the annual interest on the loan will be Four Hundred
and Eighty Dollars ($480.00); lhe annual sinking fund charges
for payment of principal will amount to Two Hundred and
Sixty-Nine Dollars ($269.00). The double rates which lhe residents of Slaterville will pay brings in a revenue of Eighteen
Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($1,850.00) per year. This wil!
lake care of both interest and Sinking Fund charges and also
afford a surplus above lhe single rate in the city; therefore
it is quite obvious thai the accommodation for the people of
Slaterville i- not only paying them a favor hut is certainly a
paying proposition for the eity to adopt. The debentures will
if passed by llu ral. pavers be issued iu denomination uf One
Hundred Dollar- ($100.00) with llu- distinct view in mind nf
allowing Ihe people of ( ranbrook and Slaterville tn purchase—
otherwise they will he readily absorbed in the open market.
We trust that ihe ratepayers' interest will be amused to such
au extent lhat will justify the City Council taking such steps
t'o protect our water supply.
Yours most respectfully
A. J. BALMENT, Mayor.
THOS, II. BRONSDON,
Chairman of the Water Committee
I   LOCAL
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KUM-A-PART       I
CUFF BUTTONS
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For a first class car at a moderate'
figure the new Star has do equal. Sec
Ratcliffe & Stewart. s'Otf
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
McCreery Bios, will remain open
all day on Friday, till 10 p.m. Closed
all day on the 24th. 13
Birthday (ibjfgrotuliitions are in
order t<. Kt«v. \V. .T. Tap.scutt, who
I'ololnati'd Iii* "2nd birthday on .Monday last.
British Army BlmiloetS for salo
cheap Prom $1.60 up. All Wool. Apply  B.   Weston's Stoie. lOtf
.Miss Evn Moir, who has boen for
some time assisting with tho tlcintz-
man peoplo at Nelson, returned Id
Cranbrooit mi Tuesday.
Vim neod to check up your flro in-
Sliranco these dry days. Havo you
sufficient protection on your homo and
furniture? it* mu, call up Phono 30.
Boate A Elwell. ll
.Mrs. N. A. Wnlltngor returned from
Spokane, Thursday, after a four duys
visit in the power eity nf Washington.
A gardou party, with lis usual attractions will he held ou Tuesday,
June 24, under the auspices of the
Ladies' Aid of Knox Church, 11
llealo & Blwell have a few homes
for sale at low pi'Ic s. Kasy terms
can be arranged. Get the haldt nnd
own your home. U
Harry   Luscombe   returned   last
week-end     from    Coleman, Alberta,
where he has been employed at a
meat market for some time past.
Have that car overhauled as soon
us possible before the rush starts
Par more satisfactory In every respect.    See tho Kootenay Oarage.
1
('. J. Lewis is suffering from a
somewhat severe attack of pneumonia, and his condition on Thursday of
this week was reported to im about
the same.
For Sale. 15 acres Irrigated laud,
winth small house. Close to town. Apply to Boale & Elwell. ll
P. W. Willis took possession this
week of a new Essex car from tlie
Kootenay Garage, being the first to
make un appearance with one of the
new line which the Kootenny (Jnrage
recently took over.
FOR SALE — International Cream
Separator, lu good condition, $30.
Harder Chair, $35. Apply B. Weston,
linker Street, Cranbrook. 9
Mrs. Jas. Milroy, formerly of this
city, and now of Xelson, has been visiting in the city for a few days, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. ('. Marshall. Mrs. Milroy was one of the
out-of-town visitors at the presentation of "The Mikado" last week-end.
See the new Stnr cars at Ratcliffe
& Slewart. 60tf.
Nurse Parnaby left on Sunday last
for Nelson, where she will visit for a
time with her sister, Mrs. Crebin.
November 1, fs the date set for the
Annual Uazaar held by the Methodist Udics' Aid Society. tl
W. W. Kilby, Cranbrook Street, reports the loss of a tire and rim of his
Ford sedan, taken during the night
from his garage. Motorists are requested to take propel' precautions ii
having their garages secured, this be
ing the season when transient motorists are prone to help themselves.
Since Alex Hurry on Monday landed an eight pound salmon from
Munro Lake, the place has become
the mecca for everyone who has the
notion that they can enst an alluring
fly. The fish are said to bo biting
good at Munro, and other places as
well to judge by the fishing stories
going the rounds.
Wednesday evening the regular
meeting of tbe Native Sons was held
at the K.P. Hall. On account of the
small attendance due to the number
of meetings taking place that evening the program arranged to be given hy the Quebec members was deferred to a later date. Among other
matters eonsidered was that of holding a celebration on the first of
July. On account of the elections,
and other events scheduled for June
it was thought advisable not to cele-
brote this year.
A. Mclloughall Hogg, who for the
past five months has been stationed
nt Cranbrook in connection with the
C.P.R. police service, received word
the other day to report at Banff at
once. Mr. Hogg is leaving Monday
Wednesday. While here practically
a very short time, Mr. Hogg has
"fitted in" in such a manner that
his place will be hard to fill. Church,
Musical Society, CJubs, and other
bodies will miss him. Besides being
possessed of a pleasing personality he
has also a baritone voice which hns
given much pleasure on many occasions during his sojourn in the city.
In the recent presentation of "The
Mikado" Mr. Hogg took the part of
Pish Tush. He is also a member of
the recently formed Gyro Club, occupying an executive position. It is
the hope of many that when the sen-
son closes at Banff he may be returning Mffcin.
:eivcd
Wc have just
a nice assortment of Ktuu-
A-Parts, in Gold, Gold-
Filled and White Metal
The handiest cull button
for summer use. Easy
ti» pull apart. ICas) t<>
snap together,
Trom $1,00 to $6,50,
W.H.Wilson |
JEWELLER i
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II. 1., Qrady is the proud possessor
of a brand new Chevrolet.
Mr. Chlsholm oi) May 20th, brought
to the Herald office a snmplo oi winter rye 24 inches high, und one at Al
fulfil in incites. These were-secured
from the farm of J. Kennedy. Mr.
Chlsholm is of tin- opinion that the
spread of weeds, particularly tin- dandelion, is becoming very serious, rutting them is mnde more difficult on
account of the rocks thrown in the
ditches when the roads ore made or
improved.
the
With the rising of the water ii
Kootenny river recently, the Lovering
Lumber t'o. of Wasa, lost n boom of
lugs the end of last week, containing
in all ubout a quarter of a million
feet. Apart from losing a substantial
part of their season's mt, tlie Joss
mny not be heavy since all the logs
are understood to have been stumped,
and will probably be sold lower down
the river, a good ninny of them being statetl to have been caught between Wardner and Waldo, or thereabouts.
The Kootenny Garage nave installed in front of their place of business
what might be called the last minute
in gasoline supply pumps, The one
in questfon is what is known a.- the
Square Sentry Visible. The pump is
operated by an electric motor which
delivers the gasoline from the submerged tank to an eight gallon glass
container at the top of the stand. The
purchaser can see the amount of
gasoline he gets by the drop in the
glass which is indicated by gauge
levels, which are plainly visible. Take
your ear around for a free demonstration. All you huve to pay foi- is
tho gasoline you take.
The statutory revision of the voters* list took place on .Monday of this
week ut the courthouse and the registrar for the riding, .1. E. Kennedy, also held sessions of the court at Valik,
Kimberley and the Sullivan Mine.
About a hundred names were pul mi
in all, personal appearance being required. The biggest increase was at
Kimberley, where between the two
places about 68 voter- were added Io
the list. Twenty or more were put on
at Yahk and about the same number
in the city here. Mr. Kennedy states
he expects to have the lists properly
compiled hy about Tuesday of next
week.
C.P.R. agent. G. T. Molr, returned
on Thursday from the East where
he had been in attendance at the convention of Railway Telegraphers,
which convened in Cleveland. During
his .stay in the East, Chicago, Detroit,
Stratford, Guelph, Toronto and Winnipeg were visited. Mr. Moir had the
pleasure of seing the Chicago Cubs
play Cincinnati, 18,000 persons being present, and he was one of the
thirty thousand who saw the Kings
Plate run in Toronto at the opening
of the  Woodbine track. Baseball
played with a comparatively soft ball
is all the rage in the Enst according
to Mr. Moir.
The hearing of tbe appeals iu
the liquor cases which were discontinued about two weeks ago, was resumed on Monday morning before
Judge Thompson . A. I. Kisher and
G, J. Spreull representing the crown
as prosecuting lawyers. By Thursday nijrht the eases ,,f four residents
outside of Cranbrook had been
sidered. the prosecution's evidence
being gone into again. While it
presumed that a prima facie case had
already been made out against all
defendants, the cases were adjourned till Monday when the judge will
render his dedal >n a point raised in all three eases as to the admissibility in evidence (,f liquor found
subsequent to the do to of the alleged
offence. In the meantime the cily
cases will be proceeded with. A. L
Kisher returned to Fvvniv Thursday
evening.
The advertising letterheads recently ordered by the Hoard of Trnde for
the merchants have arrived and are
being distributed to ihe merchants,
who will have their own letter heading printed on the plain side, a good
map In three colors, showing the road,^
around thu dlstrlcl gravitating Into
Cranbrook inking up oik- side of the
shcot. There are some of the opinion
that the addition of au envelope wiih
something of the same lino on tho reverse side would help the scheme,
Rlring Ihe advertising value In transit, while thfl letterhead does Its work
at Uw deitlutton ot the letter.
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WEC0ME TO THE CITY OF
CRANBROOK!
We hope the G. W. V. A. and the City will be favored by a
large number of Visitors from all parts of the district.
The Boys assure us of two days of Good Sport and Entertainment, so come along and have a good time, and at the same time
help to commemorate the name and birthday of one of the greatest and noblest rulers the world ever knew. Every nation of the
earth loved and honored Queen Victoria.
For the special benefit of our Friends from Outside Points
this Store will be open Friday and Saturday Mornings, and Saturday Evening after Six O'clock.
flWfr*■ m*ftr■ eWb"—Vt'Mi ofr n,*fr m *Ab*s umjb* i mjsJltm**Vtr^Aftr-^Wlr^Wtr^t
A veif good house attended the
presentation of the Spanish drama,
"The World and His Wife" given bp
the University of B. C. Players, under the auspices of the Ladies' Guild
of Christ church, ut the Auditorium.
It was exceedingly well put on, and
further mention will be made of it
next week.
At a Liberal convention in Golden
on Monday last .1. A. Buckham wus
unanimously selected as the standard bearer in the coming election.
Mr, Buckham is the sitting member
for the riding at present, and his
was the only name brought forward.
Mr. Buckham was proposed by .1. II.
Cleland, of lnvermere, and seconded
by C. E. Hamilton, of Field. Following the nomination a number of
addresses were given.
It is announced that General A.
D. McRae, leader of the Provincial
Party in B.C.. will visit this East
Kootenay shortly. lie is expected
to speak at Klmborloy on June 2m\,
at Cranbrook, June 3rd, and Creston
the following day.
As a source of consolation to
some who after looking at the display in P. Burns window might think
that they had had one too many we
would say that the fish in the window are real, but are not to cat,
though we did see one look askance
when he overheard someone make
this remark. The shipment came
from the coast and is a real curiosity,
they are what is known ns the sen
vermin caught in the nels and usually thrown overboard.
Talk of another change in Pres.
Coolidge's cabinet follows the
removal of David W. Davis, a
Harding appointee, in the Interior
Dept. by the President. It is said
Dr. Herbert Work, Sec'y of the
Interior opposed the chane'i
.;. * * .j..;. a * a* .;. * a a .>.;. a .;..;..;..;••> .>.>.;■. •:■
ANNOUNCEMENT
| We beg    It)    Inform our
* Kimberley  Patrons thai   *.'. e
% will shortly open a Store in
* Kimberley    for the   Sale ol'
* SECOND-HAND (iOOI)S
* NY als,. Buy. Sell or Exchange
j     Goods i.r Every Description
* Thompson & Peterson
*,        Second Hand Dealers
* Phone 76   P.O. liox 238
* CRANBROOK, B.C.
*
*************************
FOB s.M.I-;   dootl strong young darks
iilmut a week old,   50c ein-li.   W.
CARD OP THANKS
Mali Wee wishes t,. thank the following for wedding (rifts or other
evidences '>f their friendship on the
occasion nt his recent marriage! Mrs.
M, A. Beale. .Mrs. I-'. V. Harrison,
Mrs. ti. II. Thompson. Dr. V. \\.
Green anil Mr. P. Porks.
WANT ADS.
Solby, Hox
:-l9. I'lunio J2S.
91 f
POR
SALK-
Good
building,
suit
iblo
for
movlng
Will
lie sold til
reason-
nbl
price.
riion
■ m or 1
.0.
Box
484
1211
FOB SAI.K—A few second hand cars
for sale, f 160 up.    At the Koote-
FOU SAMS—A few fresh dairy cows.
Apply ol Herald OIBee. 12-13
POUND—License plate 9-484. Owner
can have same at Herald Olllce by
paying for this advertisement, litf
POR RENT - Housekeeping Rooms.
20!l Dewnr Avenue. Otf
WANTED—A Kill  to wall  on lAblo.
Apply, chili Cafe. 12
POR SERVICE—Purebred Yorkshire
lioar. belonging to the Hoys' ami
Girls' 1Mb Clnh At \V. J-. Selhy's.
Fees $3.00. 12.13
WANTED—Experienced nirl for general housework. Apply Mrs. P. A,
Small. Up
ANNOUNCEMENT
The Bon Ton
IS NOW OPEN
nuclei- lhe capable management of Mrs.
S. DALZIEL I
Ice Cream
Soda Water
Confectionery
and Refreshments
*    ICI: CKIiAM (mm the llig
Untie Dairy Plant — the .
most      ii|i-tc'-ilati*      lee      J
Cream plant iu the
I l-'.-i-i Kooteiiny
'   11'
**************************
POR SA.'.E—n flat Clarinet, French
make. Oood band or orchestra Instrument May be seen at the Herald
offlce. 12lf
WANTED—Middle aged woman for
housework. Apply phone 6S1, liitf
FOR SAI.K— Star far, 1023 model.
("heap for Cash. Box 11. Herald
l.-t,,
FOR SALE—Good building and lot.
building suitable for moving. Will
he sold at a reasonable price. "1 lit f
WANTED! i
EIGHT   STRAWBERRY|
PICKERS-GOOD     *
PICKING |
A —— j
Apply fur  Information *
RALPH CLARKE J
WVNNDEL, P.O., B.C. X
CHEVROLET CARS
LOWER THE COST
OF TRANSPORTATION
How?
1.   For n GOOD CAR I lie first cosl in ver) low.
I.   Tlie COST OF UPKEEP is exceedingly smnll.
,1.—The COST OF OPERATION   Ons, Oil,   etc.,   per
mile, is less than nil) other ear.
EASV RIDING, COMBINED   WITH   STABILITY, MAKE
THE CHEVROLET THE IDEAL CAR.
WE HAVE SIX DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE
FROM
We Wil Be Pleased to   Demonstrate lliese al Any Tinn
WHY GO ELSEWHERE?
With our Chevrolet Equipment we can make Repairs
cheaper than any other Shop.
KOOTENAY
GARAGE

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