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Apr. Mill
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THE
HERALD
VOLUME  86
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY, .11 IA lltli, 1II2II
NUXBXB.lt
Central School
Promotion List
New Grading Regulations Will
Go Into Effect at Opening
Of Next Term
■ ■——■*»
A notification has been received
from tho Education Department to the
effect that tho Bight Urudo System
wilt he adopted ut the beginning of
the next term. Below Is the promotion list for tho coming term.
A (tommlttco consisting of the principal, vlcu principal, and class toucher has looked over the record ol each |
child und great care bus been taken
In placing him or her where the hest
results will be accomplished. There
uru fewer promotions In the Lower
grades this year on account ot the
double shift und overcrowded conditions.
it{*»kn required In Grade Bight, t<
he bought by pupils:
1.—Scott's "Lay of the Last Minstrel'
(Copp Clark, 30c); 2. Scott's "Ivan-
liie," (Macmlllan, 80c); 3. Steven-
son's "Treasure Island," (Cassell 75c)
4. "Hlghroada" Dictionary; 5. Public
School Spoiler; 6. Composition, {Alexander & Mowatt) 7. Nelson's Atlas;
Bboka required in iOra.de Seven:
1. "A Christmas Carol" and "King of
the Golden River," 30c; 2. "Golden
Steps'' (Nelson & Son, 2Gc); 3. Canadian Poetry Book, (Dent, 25c); 4.
Public School Spoiler; 5. "Highroads"
Dictionary; G. Nelson'-. Atlas.
DIVISION HI.
Promoted tt> Grade VIII.—Phyllis
Thompson, Josephine Pascuzzo, Marian Kummer, Jack Barber, Dan Brake,
Margaret Willis, Edith Carlyle, Elizabeth Miller, Nancy Nesblt, Eraser MacKay, Harriet Home, Bill Wolfe. Hurry
Helse, Florence Finley, Pearl Saunders, Sellna Dixon, Elsie Erlcksson,
Jeun Home, Margaret lDjfe, Solvetg
Luudquia, Allan Gill, Robert Taylor,
Margaret Melnnls, Etta McGlll, Col.
vin MacBnrnle, Frank Malone, Cyril
Harris/on, Hazel Campbell, Gwen Slye,
Marian Williams, Kenneth Bassett,
Marlon Carr, Helen Briggs, Birnie
Strachan. Honor Roll — Proficiency:
Phyllis Thompson, Josephine Pascuzzo. Deportment; Elsie Ericksion. Perfect Attendance: Cyril Harrison, Harry Helse, Margaret Melnnls, Josephine
Pascuzzo, Bill Wolfe.
H. M. TREMBATH. Teacher.
DIVISION IV.
Promoted from liow Junior Fourth
to Entrance; — Allan Shaw, John Met-
calf, Evelyn Bowley, Madeline Woodman, Fred Stojuck, Willie Spenco, Blr-
thel Benson.
Promoted from Low Junior Fourth
to High Junior Fourth:—Ronald Moffatt, Frank Martin, Amy Ban Quan.
Bertie MacDonald, Mabel Clarke,
Grace McClure, George Kemball, Ruth
Kennedy. Gordon Rankin, Kathleen
Henderson, Gordon Freeman, Robert
Willis, Jack Horie, Jean MclMiee. Mary
Genest, Elsie Willis. Jesnlo Tito, Ruth
Chtilender. Gecrgo Fanning, Jessie
GaBBols and Billy Flett, Kvu Slender.
Walter Funning, Madeline Dbmlchel,
Pat McDonald, Isobei From*1. Honor
Roll — Pnoileleney; Evelyn Rowley:
Deportment; J casta Das&Oll: Ported
Attendance; Bin lu 11 Bonson, Qeorge
Kemball, Madeline Delhlchal.
S. D. WHITE, Teacher.
DIVISION V.
Promoted to Junior Fourth!- Nora
Miles, Mildred Bridges, Ernest Warden*, Denis Turner Ida McGregor.
Helen Helse, Illicit P-itenn,n, Rltn
Strachan, Audrey Collier, Arthur S.ikn-
gulchl, Gurnet Putmnre. Wiiuiie liny
man, Mob'nle l.ebetiu, Paul Hairlmm,
KAMI WUlla&s*, Hurry liny, N-llie
Miller. David Weston, Mary Huoh-orMt,
Norma Surtees, Mary Ranklus, Sophia
MoOregor, BlslO Wood, Nellie Sakii-
gutehl, Simon Frost, Katble-n Haley.
Joe Little, Row Burton. On Trial
James Drew, Jay Wiekle. Jack HettlOJ
Hazel Simpson, May CWt
Sewing Murks: Nellie Miller 112.
Mary Roberts (ill. Nellie Bakagulohl ss.
Audrey (jollier St.. Hazel BlmplOtl SK.
Helen Hul hi* 85, Ida Mctlrogor BI,
Mary Rankin;-, hu, Mary HtichOWft "H.
Hazel Willlsmi 75, Mildred Bridges 70.
Muy Cox 70, Kathleen Haloy 70. Sophia McGregor 70, Nora MHes WW, El-
ale Wood 85, Melanle Leooau OS, Rite
Strachan OS Roue Burton 01, Winnie
llayman 00.
Honor Roll: Proficiency; Norn Mllttf
Deportment; Audrey Collier; Perfect
Attendance; May Cox, Paul Harrison.
Mary Huehcroft.
H. D. DeCBW, Teacher.
Manual Training Marks, Grade V.
Denis Turner 88%, Leltoti Paterson
84, Brnesl Worden 84, Arthur Suku
gulchl 81, Paul Harrhon 81, Garnet
Patmore 77, Simon Frost 76, James
Drew 76, Joe Little 75, David We&ton
74, Elmer Holm 72, Clifford Haynes 72,
Harry Fanning 66, Jay Wleklo 64,
George Pelton 58, Harry Roy 68. Dls.
Unction In Drawing; Donls Tumor,
(Continued oa Fata I)
WINDERMERE VALLEY
CELEBRATES OVER THE
HOLIDAY   WEEK-END
Indians Stage Spectacular Attraction For Benefit of
Many Visitors
N. R. Long, of Creston, was tn tlie
city on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Taylor of Kelowna were registered at the Cranbrook
oa Tuesday
(Special lo The Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., July 2.— Perfect
weather characterized tbe local celebration of (he opening oC the Banff-
Windermere highway. The Indiana
were models of tarty piety and Christ*
inn virtue throughout their entire
itayi Tbe best caravansary of white
peoplo could not have behaved better or given u highor treat in the Illustration of their peculiar customs,
From the time they said "Klahoyu,"
to thu last farewell they did not any
thing that, could oast a rcllection ou
ibeir tribes, or thoso who were responsible I0r their behavior.
They made His Honor Lieut.-Governor Nlcliol an honorary chief und
afforded him many and marked attention:,. They made It. andolph Bruce
a full chief calling him "Cur-No-Sie-
Khneot," which means red sky. For
the general public thoy posed for
photographs and gave three wonder-
,'ul exhibitions ot their ceremonial
lances, Including the war dunce the
urkey dance and the search for the
lost feather dunce, und the squaw
[lance. All of these were characterized by the absence ol vulgarity and
Immodesty, They were graceful to a
degree.
Amongst other persons noticed who
were present from Cranbrook for the
festivities were Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Miles, Mr.
md Mrs. Norman Moore, Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Watson, A. C. Bowness, Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. MacKinnon, Miss Marlon MacKinnon and Mr. Clyde MacKinnon; Mrs. Harry White and party, Indian Agent H. F. Helmslng; Mr.
und Mrs. Win. Cameron, Fred Ryek-
niaii.
All parts of Canada and the northern and western states furnished visitors, not to overlook those from B.C.
Tlie more distinguished of these from
the south were Tourist Commissioner J. F. Spauldlng, Mr. and Mrs. Owen,
from Fernie; C. F, Hayes of the Creston Review, Major E. Mai lands tne, C.;
0, Bennett, also from Creston and W.
K. EsllUg, M.P.P., of Rossland. Hon.
W. J. Bowser and party spent much
of two days here, being at the formal
opening of the highway and visiting
the north country in the interval.
Other local celebrations were the
third annual stampede, a baseball
match, special religious services, and
a grand hull on the closing evening.
Rev. B. 0. and Mrs. Freeman welcomed home their three daughters for
aiation this week.
Tbe Methodist Ladles Aid will meet
it the homo of Mrs. H. A. McKowan on
Tuesday, July 10th at S.30 p.m.
It Is announced that  tho Post  Office wickets will  henceforth he kept
pen while incoming malls are being
oried.
Miss Curley of Wycliffe and Miss I.
M. Floury left today, Thursday, for
Vancouver Via Spokane to attend the
iimmer school »t Victoria. I
Mr. aud Mr*. R, G. Newton of the
rperimental farm, lnvermere, and
Mrs. W. W. Layton also of lnvermere
were In the city on Tuesday.
The clly treasury is $50,000 richer
Ll a remit or the payment of city tax-
18 during Ju&e previous to the date
if ibe addition of the penalty.
Mrs. .1. Morrison nnd her two chii-
Iren, nf Kaslo, arrived ln the city on
Sunday to spend a holiday with her
listers, the Misses 0, and D. Hen-
nell
Cnder Iho leadership of Rev. 10. W.
MacKay end Mr. J. M. Clark the Boy
flrouts entrained for Lumberton on
Wednesday Where they Intended to
have a swim and hike hack. After en-
Joying i lu- swim however, some decided to take pari in the sports that were
>n In tbe lumber city, and made a clean
up on some of (be events. Jack Bar-
tier, Tom Marshall, Malcolm Harris
.Ini It and QeOrgO Atchison all won several prizes each. The hoys returned ou i'  about nine thirty,
A representative of the Herald had
ibe pleasure of nn Interview with Mr.
ffld. Ballard, who with his family Is
inking ii Utile holiday jaunt through
lhe west In his prlvnte car. They ur-
rived In Crnnbrook on Wednesday eve.
uiug, going up the Kootenay Cental for Windermere aud the Banff
lOUntry, Mr. Italian) Is at the head
of the great Consolidated American
shows und is responsible for the engineering of this large corporation, which
Is a combination of the seven largest
circuses that have travelled the country for years. Such allows as the Carl
HagOObach nnd Wallace, Sells Floto,
Howe's Great London, Buffalo Bill and
others are now operated from offices
in New York and Chicago. Mr. Ballard up to a few years ago owned a
large ucreage In Manitoba which he
held for twenty years. One of the
local ruilroad boys In pa sing the private car said, "There Is an American
car named 'Independence' and II Is
tha 4th. ol July.    Caa yo* beat Ifcatr
New Road Is
Declared Open
Ceremony Last Saturday Opens
New Way For Tourists to See
Glories of the Rookies
Probably no piece of road ever constructed on the continent hus reeefv
ed the same degree of publicity as the
highway link connecting Banff and
tlie Windermere, which became an actuality when on Saturday last the ceremony took place of opening the
road Un traffic. Its value us a tourist highway Is Inestimable, and there
Is no doubt hut that it will become
one of the most travelled routes from
the United State, into Canada, penetrating us It does Into tbe heart of the
Canadian Rockies, and revealing new
scenic wonders ull along the route.
The actual ceremony of opening the
road took place when Hon. W. C Nlcliol, B. C. Lieut-Governor, and Hon.
R, G. Brett, Alberta Lieut.-Goveruor
severed red, white and blue ribbons
which had been stretched across the
highway at Kootenay Crossing. At
this ceremony were present a notable
gathering of prominent figures ln the
dominion government, under whom
the work has been completed, the
state governments of Washington, Oregon, Montana and California, the
Canadian Pacific Railway, the United
States department ot the Interior, and
a host of prominent figures ln all the
various branches of press, magazine
and publicity work,
Dr. King, minister of public works,
was the official representative of the
dominion government and delivered a
fitting inaugural address emphasizing tho value of the new road as a
link between the two countries.
Processions of cars started out on
Saturday morning from Banff at the
north end of the road and lnvermere
at the south and met at Kootenay
Crossing, where the ceremony took
place In ideal weather conditions.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hill arrived
home on Wednesday; after an enjoya-!
ble wedding trip spent at several of
the mountain resorts. j
E. H. Small, of the Creston Hotel,,
left on Wednesday for Cranbrook,
where he joined A. C. Bowness and
others on a motor trip to Lethbrldge
Alta.. and will be gone about a week.
—CreBton Review.
The hearing of the liquor cases against several of the hotels of the city were commenced before Magistrate
Leask on Thursday. The first cases
were against the Italia Hotel In both
of which convictions were made and
fines of fifty dollars imposed.
The work train that has been operating between Canyon bridge and
Kootenay Landing the p*st two
months, making a fill at the latter
point completed the Job last week.
About 1500 feet of new track Is provided by the fill.—Creston Review.
Miss DeCew ami Miss Martin left
cm Friday for the coast via Spokane,
visiting friends in thnt city, Everett
and Seattle en route. Miss Martin
will be away about a month and Miss
DeCew, utter taking the summer
school raurso will Join the stuff of
the Fernie schools.
On Sunday, Mr. John Leask received
the sad news of the death of his
grandson, Teddy, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Brulthwaite, of Vancouver. The young lad was hut tour
years old and visited his grand-parents this spring, Mrs. U*ask left for
the roast on Sunday.
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A carload of cement Is on the siding at Erickson, says the Creston Review, which Is taken to mean that
tho work of putting lu Erickson's new
C. P. R. depot will be under way
•hortly, as the Hosmer station Is now
pretty well dismantled and ready tox
going there to be rebuilt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Gulmont left on
Wednesday to take up residence In
Nelson, where Mr, Qulmont will act
as dispatcher. The local Rod and Gun
Club, of which Mr. Gulmont has been
the secretary will miss his activities,
and also other organizations with
which Mr. Gulmont was connected.
In the football tournament at Fernie on July 2nd the Cranbrook team
met defeat at the feet of the speedy
Michel team, who later won first money. Coleman defaulted to Fernie
after ten minutes play, and Coal Creek
beat Fernie. In the final it took an
extra period for Michel to win from
Coal Creek.
A. I. Fisher, of Fernie, counsel for
William Wiles was In Cranbrook In
attendance at the opening of the case
on Tuesday. The hearing was commenced In Magistrate Leask's court
and adjdurned after four hours cross-
examination of the principal witness,
the court then deciding that owing to
the nature of tho case and the necessity for a ufuch longer examination of
this witness, that an adjournment
should be made. Other Important
witnesses were unable to attsnd. The
csaa will coom ap again Iq sight gays.
,1b. Frsq retry was alat> la
BOY AT IKVERMERE
LOSES LIFE IN MOTOR
TRICK  ACCIDEST
(Special tn the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., July 5.— A sad accident occurred here yesterday afternoon when Douglas, the eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cleland, of this
p ace, was run over by a heavily loaded motor truck. Ho was so severely injured tlmt he died later.
The news of this fatality when it
reached the city brought forth many
expressions of sympathy for .Mr. und
Mrs. Cleland, wlio havo many friends
in this city. Tlie boy was about eight
years of ago. Particulars as lo the
funeral have  not  yet been learned
Knox Church 25th
Anniversary
Pastor  Gives   Interesting   Re.
Mime of Church's History
During This Time
CRAMUIOOK ROY GOES
TO THE ORIENT IN
IMPORTANT POSITION
Mr. Arthur Leumau Bowness who
for a few days has been visiting at tlie
home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. A.
C. Bowness will leave shortly to enter
on a new contract with the firm with
whom he has been employed for lhe
past two years lu Sun Francisco,
Messrs. Rosenthal Bros., wholesale silk
Importers of that city, whose head
ofllce Is in New York. The contract
which Mr. Bowness iius signed, calls
for u slay of three yeari in the Orient
business for the company. Mr,
Bowness will act tn the capacity of
buyer for the company and In the absence of the manager of tlie Hong Kong
office will take over his duties. The
position carries with it a very handsome salary which with the expenses
allowed makes the engagement, a very
attractive one. The muny friends of
Mr. Bowness will ho pleased to learn
of his success iu the commercial world
as Indicated hy the confidence which
this large American firm is placing in
him. After showing his successor over
the territory covering the cousl cities,
Mr. Bowness will leuve San Francisco
for the Orient on August 1st. Since
leaving Cranbrook he has been engaged with the Western Grocers of Nelson and for two years witli tbe W. II.
Malkin Co., of Vancouver.
Mrs. E. Birce and son Harvey left
on Monday Tor a two months' visit to
Nova Scotia points.
Miss Mildred Harvey returned on
Sunday from a vacation of about two
weeks spent with friends in Nelson.
Mrs. D. R. MoKenzic and daughter
left on'Wednesday to take up their
residence In Vancouver, travelling via
Revelstoke.
Miss Eva Moir returned lo her home
In the city on Friday evening from
Nelson, where she had beon attending
the Nelson Business College.
Jas. MItne late of the City Transfer
Co. has severed his connection with
that firm, and la now engaged with
Lester Clapp In his store,
FLASH. — The C, P. II. Mogul Diamond Stars, with Dolly Grey In the
cab collided with the Rotailans In a
game of rounders at tbe baseball
grounds and got tho decision in a 10
to 9 contest.
The spick and spun brand new t'ailly Box wus opened on Monday and
did a thriving business. This is the
latest business addition to Norbury
\venue, and is conducted by Mrs.
Garland and her sister, Mrs. \V. Wolfer.
W. J. Duncan of Penticton passed
through Cranbrook this week from attendance at the Elks' Convention at
Banff. Ho stopped for n time nt Fort
Steele, inhere his home formerly was,
Mrs. Duncan being a Miss Mather, of
tliat place.
On Thursday evening at Knox
Church manse, Mrs. Aldea Cameron
was united tn marriage to Mr. Moses
St. Denis. Both the contracting parties are from Kitchener. Mr. und
Mrs. Walter Walby were iu attendance at the ceremony.
At Knox Presbyteriau Church on
Sunday evening the twenty-fifth anniversary ot tbe rounding of the church
wus celebrated. The pastor, ftev. E.
\V McKay, before delivering the anni.
versary sermon, gave a brief resume
of the principal points of interest In
connection with the quarter century ot
oxlsience that the church had had. In
July 1898 while the Crows Nest line
was still building, J. R. MePherson of
Queen's University began the work
bore us u missionary. During the winter of 1S9S-99 another missionary, J.
11, Ball succeeded and that year the
first church, the present schoolroom
wus built. Mr. Bull was followed In
tho fall of 1S99 by a Mr. Tanner of McGlll. The first ordained minister wa.s
Rev. II. Ydung. In 1899 the first elders were elected of whom but one
member is present to-day Mr. Bremner
McEuchern, The Rev. A. D. Menzles
assisted Mr. Young at the ordination of
elders. At the first communion there
were twenty-six communnicanta of
whom only two are at present here.
Rov. W. S, W. Fortune was the first
regular minister from 1900 to 1906, In
1905 the present church wus built. For
tlio ncx| five yeura tlie Rev. C. O. Main
occupied the pulpit. From 1912 to
191 ii Rev, \V. K. Thompson wus the
pastor and from 1917 tol918 Rev. H.
Wright bad charge and he wus followed by Rev. H. M. Lyon. In 1921 the
present pastor was appointed.
Speaking from tbe text "Son he of
good cheer" the pastor spoke very forcibly mi what he considered the mission of tbo church and the duly of the
members, "Better be dead with Jesu*.
than to be alive without him." "Jesus
illd not come to be babied, petted and
fondled," "The Christian Life waB a
man's Job"--such were a few or the
robust ideas thrown out. The Importance of all taking uu active interest in
the affairs of the church, not merely criticising them was also shown.
The choir rendered the anthem "Lift
Up Your Heads, O ye Gates" tStultz),
end ut tho conclunlm of the sermon
Miss Gladys Staustield, of Moose Jaw
pleased the congregation with the sacred 'solo "Angels Ever Bright and
Fulr." by Handel.
In the morning a patriotic! amice
wus put on by the Sun lay Scho- 1, and
>ro choir loft was filled wl li t'-e younger tots. The servtcu *ns most in-
iciestlng several of the eld«r schol-
j'ic taking parts in tho recitations The
\,nole service showed careful train.
!i.t, of those In chars?.
For the purpose of making alterations tu their tines the Power company
had the current turned oft from Cranbrook on Sunday last from 10 a.m. to
:l p.m.
Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Green and family left on Sunday to spend a short holiday at the Coast. Dr. H. A, Christie,
or Baynes Ik assisting Dr. MacKinnon
during Dr. Green's absence,
C. F. Hayes, editor and owner of
the Creston Review, was one of a
party of Creston visitors who passed
through the city the end of last week
oil their way up to Windermere, to
intend the opening of the Banc-Win-
ilcrmo.ro road.
Miss Gladys Stanslleld, of Moose
Jaw is visiting for a few days at the
home of Mrs. J. M. Robertson, Norbury Ave. Miss Stunsfield. who possesses u rich mezzo soprano voice
favored the congregation of Knox
Church with a vocal nolo on Stiuday
evening, rendering iu u most sympathetic and pleasing way "Angels Ever
Bright and Fair."
Have Hopkins of this city, is now
running a -general store, service station und refreshment place ut Ta-Ta
Creek, which promises to be a very
popular place with motorists this
summer. He has soft drinks and Ice
cream for tbe transient motorist at
ull times, and besides caters to the
farming community of that section
with a general stock.
The Herald Is In receipt of some
very Interesting photos of the opening ceremonies of the Banff-Winder-
mere road. For these we are indebted td E. C. Blair, ot Wasa, who secured several fine views of the ceremony, which may boon seen In the.
Herald window. ""
There are a  number of  enquiries
have   as]going around as to why the sanitary
Irinking  fountain has  not yet made
its appearance outside the post office,
FLAG IS UNFURLED TO
ACCOMPANIMENT OF
PATRIOTIC SPEECHES
Mr. and Mrs. E. Walker
their guest, Miss H. Spence, of Grand
Forks, who arrived on Monday. Miss
Spence Is a school teacher who distinguished herself by giving the alarm In the middle of tbe night, saving her school from the attempts of
the Doukhonours to destroy It by fire.
At their second attempt, on the 23rd
of May, they wero successful, bower.
MrB. J. F. Smith left on Wednesday
ot this week for Salmon Arm, Kamloops and other points on a visit of
a tew weeks.
Miss Olive Langton, who has resigned from the lnvermere Sohool, wua in
[the city for a few hours on Monday,
along with Miss Rohson of Vancouver
and Miss Constance Francis, of Windermere. They were gueds of Miss
Hslsn Worden during their short .lay
fa* tSjtcRy.
Tbl, was presented to the city by
Conrad W. Johnson, now ot Vancou*
and lias always been a popular
Institution with children and adults
to say nothing of the dogs on the hot
summer days. There would be plenty of use for il this season yet.
Mr. Jas. H, Gormley, of Chicago,
who is heavily Interested In the local
mining syndicate, the Wild Horse
t'reek placer Gold Mining Co., spent
some time recently In this vicinity In
connection with the development of
tho company. He left on Wednesday
of lust week for Chicago. Officers of
thi i company have recently been sleeted as follows for the year: Prei.,
C. R. Word; Vice-Pres., F. M. Mac.
Pherson; Sec-Tress., W. D. Otlroy;
Auditor, P. W. Bur mm; Directors, A.
J.
Union  Jack   Sent  Tu  Top  Of
C.P.R. Flagstaff Willi
Proper Ceremony
With fitting ceremony on Sunday
morning -was unfurled the large
Union Jack which now graces tbe
sixty foot flag staff on the company
lawn adjoining the Y. M. C. A. Pos
slbly through lack of time to properly advertise tho function there were
not many present to heur the able
addresses given by tho speakers of
the occasion. It is to be hoped tliat
the patriotism of the citizens of Crau
brook will net be judged hy the turn
out on this occasion.
At 10.15 the Boy Scouts, numbering
thirty-live strong, under scoutmaster
Cyril Shaw, took up their position
flanking the flagstaff, standing ut attention as the band, under Mr. G. E.
Bower, played "O Canada."
Following this Mr. Flett, the C.P.R.
superintendent, through whoso activities the pole aud flag now adorn the
city, wa» listened to with interest In
his dedicatory address.
Mr. Flett said that tlie object of the
gathering was to honor and pay homage to'the flag that represented ihe
British empire und stood for all that
the British empire meant, und also to
fittingly acknowledge tlie wisdom ot
those statesmen who in the year 18tl"
fifty-six years ago that day, brought
about the birth of the dominion of
Canada, That flag, tho Union Jack,
stands for aud fittingly represent
tlio same principles us does the Dominion, namely unity, consolidation
and permanency. The union of the
crosses of St. George, St. Andrew,
and St. Patrick represented a united
British Empire. Originally it was
only England, Scotland and Ireland,
but, now the empire was represented
by the peopio or the lauds of our forefathers and ulso tbe Dominions beyond the sens. Of these dominions.
Canada lf> uu honored and honorable
unit. Mr. Flett desired to impress it
on tho young people assembled as a
houmien duty to so live and strive as
to uphold the dignity of the dominion
when tliey reached adult estate. He
urged the young people to remember
that while the Union Jack represented
mighty empire It could only he
mighty so Ion-; as J tut ice and unity
prevailed, Dor when might because ot
sheer strength undertook to dominate
any situation it was sure to ultimately
fail. Of this they could be as certain
as the re-occurrence of the phenomena of natural law. The time was
not far distant when they would have
to take tholr places among the active
Interests of the dominion, and getting
nearer home, of this province of Brit
tsh Columbia, or to get closer stilt, of,
the city of Cranbrook, and just as they
were groat, so would Cranbrook,
British Columbia, and the Dominion
be great. In a few years, say twenty-five at the most—and tliat U a
short time—they would have to take up
the duties devolving upoi. tlie men and
women of to-day, and if they were
loyal to the high principles of the
race, and the Boy Scouts to the teachings of the scouts, they would be well
fitted for the high callings lying before them.
Mr J. F. Scott In opening his remarks, said tt was perhaps unnecessary to ask of those present "Breathes
there a man with soul so dead, who
never to himself has said, this is my
own, my native land" yet the matter
of the love of the flag and a true appreciation ot what the flag they were
unfurling meant was a matter worthy
ot consideration. The boys present
might not have had any reason to appreciate Its value, hut those who, like
himself had travelled in rorelgn land-
could testify as to Its worth. It was
something more than a guard, though
as such it was very important, being
a flag that the whole empire was behind. It was more than an emblem.
It was worthy of respect as a sign of
those who fell, those who had done
their part and had paid the supreme
sacrifice In order tliat those who were
left behind might enjoy peace. "A
hritish subject I was horn, a hritish
subject I will die"—in these words a
statesman had attested bis allegiance
to the flag, yet he was proud to say
that It had never been mude a political Issue, though would-be polftfciuns
have attempted It. He thanked Mr.
Flett for the opprotunlty to be present at the unfurling of the flag. It
was men ot the stump of Mr. Flett
that the country needed. In whom Imperial sentiment ran so high.
With the commencement of "God
Save The King",Mr. Scott gave the
ropes the pull that sent the largo flag
to the top ot the mast flying In the
breeze and releasing a number of
mlnaure flags which fell among the
crowd. A picture of the principal participants was then taken.
The Boy Scouts under Scoutmaster
Shaw made a very fine appearance
and are to be congratulated on their
execution of the drill.
Promoted on
Recommendation
Entrance Class Pupils Pass Into
High School; Others
Have Written
Promoted to High School on re-
(Dinmend.ition of the Principal (609b
of the entrance cla.-s).
DIVISION I.
Tbe pass mark lequlred by tbe
government examinations for entrance
to High School, is now 60'. Instead of
SO'-, in order to reach the higher
ntandard, it has been necessary to
raise the standard throughout tbe
school. Pupils passing into Entrance
Class are also required tu mako au
verage of 809&.
Jack Cummlngs, Ivy Dezall, Sophy
Mader, Winnlfred Beale, Jesslo Melnnls, End Davey, Peter Brennan, Mabel Slender. Ray Beech, Billie Taylor.
Margaret Macdonjald, Ethel Speers.
Graham Dale, Cleland Parkin, Ronald
Haynes, Loran Jordon. Alleyn Wal-
Uuger* Leonard Parkin. MurgiSerite
Cavan, Pearl Prilchard, John Helming, Wilhelmlno Woodman, Harland
Clarke, Edith Johnston.
Honor Rdll: — Proficiency; Jack
Cummlngs, Deportment; Cleland Parkin. Regularity; Marlon Miles, Edith
Johnston, Ethel Speers, Alleyn Walllnger, Billie Taylor, Ray Beech.
rise for best writing. Alleyn Walllnger. Prize for showing greatest Improvement in writing, Mabel Slender.
A. WOODLAND, Principal
DIVISION II.
Promoted to High School on recoin-
mendatlon ot the Principal. — Tom
Marshall, James Johnston.
Promoted to Grade SA. — Aubrey
McKowan, Hay Brown, Bert Laurie,
James Dalzlel, Billie Macdonald, Milliard Simpson, Leslie Sainsbury, Henry Kemball, Mack Horie. Billie Tay-
Jessie Brown, Melville Reude,
Bdgar Sanderson, Donald Burton,
Kenneth   McNeil,   Marguerite   Dakiu,
Honor Roll: — Proficiency; Tom
.Marshall. Deportment; Ejnar Brlcka-
son. Perfect Attendance; Evelyn
Ward, Catherine Harrison, Jack Hen-
lerson, Sherman Harris, Malcolm
Harris.
F. E. MAGEE. Teacher.
In addition to those listed above,
nineteen pupils from the two entrance
classes have written the examinations,
two from Mbs Woodland's room, and
seventeen of Miss Magee's pupils.
The examinations took place last week
Mr. Barclay, of the high school ctaff
acting as presiding examiner. Pupils
from the outlying schools In tbe district, numbering about thirty, also
wrote the examinations here, Mr. V.
'/,. Manning, tbe district inspector,
being in charge of these examinations.
One pupii from the Central School
wrote for the Governor-General's
medal.
CITI AND IIIKII SCHOOL
TIE FOR POSITION AT
HEAO OP CITY LEAGUE
The city amateur baseball league
concluded its schedule with the game
played on Tuesday night between the
high school and the city. The game
was a swet test, and when the curtain
was rung down the score was 14 to 12.
On Friday previous the high school
beat the Y.M.C.A. With two games
unplayed the league standing -hows
the city and the high school tied. The
former, however, was In the lead
when all the teams were playing their
regular men.    The standing is:
City       6       5
High School    6       5
Y. M. C. A   4       6
645
646
400
Raworth I
Due to the non-arrival of the new
mower for the links the invitation
nine hole golf tournament that was
scheduled for last Wednesday has been
postponed till Wednesday the 11th.
The baseball game on Monday between a picked team of Cranbrook
and Wycliffe against Bonner's Ferry
was a good exhbitlon of baseball. Mitchell fdr Cranbrook pitched perfect,
ball and got good support, the local*,
winning cut 5 to 3. Mitchell, the former Cranbrook pitcher received an
offer for a try-out from Bonner's Ferry, and left with them the following
day, along with Meachln. Financial-
ly the series was not a slccess, the
gute rec clpts being smaller than were
expected,
The only game played In the district league last Sunday was at Fernie when the home team took Lumberton Into comp to the tune of 16 to
X Lumberton landed on Sofko, the
Ferule pitcher, and he was replaced
by Ault. with whom the lumbermen
could do nothing. In an exhibition
game on Monday Kimberley In a
bard fought game lost to Fernie by
fi to 4. Garrlty was tbe new pitcher
for Kimberley. The visitors opened
strong, but the wonderful work ot
Ault In the box for Fernie was too
much for Kimberley. In the seventh
they drew up on even terms with the
home team. In the eighth Fernie
drew one ahead, but were blanked In
their hair of the ninth. Ault with
Mr. "Bill" Smith left on Thursday's perfect control struck out three in
east bemad train tor Calgary to taka succeeelon   la tha hul halt       Tha
us Caa Him Hi, iris* vat $Ht, PAflE  TWO
TUG  CRANBROOK  HERALD
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THE   SATISFACTION      THAT
GOOD    WORK    OIVES    IS
WORTH KANY TIMES
WHAT   YOU   PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT TO TIIE POST OFFICE
Friday, July etli, 1038
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Tlio Indies ot tlio cut-laoe class
wero Invited to the homo of Mrs. Bert
Matson, Friday last. Some wero unavoidably unable to accept owing to
other engagements but those who did
certainly bad a pleasant time, especi
ally enjoying tbo dellcieix dalntlei
their hostess bad prepared.
KASLO A riSIIKK-
MAN'S PARADISE
tht Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Priday
F. A. WILLIAMS R.    POTTER
Subscription Price ,
lo United States ..
. V2.C0 per year
. «2.60 per year
"Witt ■ MUalo-i Wlltaont « Huial*'
PrlB(*S fcr Ualo-a Labor
■iajvertUloa RatM on Application.
ChaasM for Advertuina MUST b« In
this eSo* Wtdnifday noon tbo ourr-tnt
mk to incur* attention.
Fishermen who like n tent to live
, log Area and iish that they catch
themselves and rooU on embers
in a trying pun, should tube the Kaslo
district into consideration when deciding on a fishing trip. The Kootenay lake aud tbe streams thut teed It
arc less well known to anglers outside of British Columbia than they
should be. Salmon fishing is unexcelled iu the lake and tbo numerous
Btreams iu close proximity to Kaslo
aro Well stocked with tho finest kind
of gamey trout, many ot which will
tip tbo scales at three or four pounds.
These fine llsh can be caught nt tho
input lis of the crocks, the best time
Tor fly Helling being July, August and
September.
JULY »1S23
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8 91011121314
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FRIDAY, JULY  0th,  1923
NOTES
Another ibrand of liquor is to
be added to the sixty odd thai
Mr. Bowser states are now on
sale at the government liquor
Htores. It is to be another
"home brew" production, just
like many of the aforesaid sixty odd brands that Mr. Bowser
says are blended under secret
process at the coast, Tlie new
production is to be a vintage of
loganberry wine from fruit
grown in the Saanich district.
This opens up great possibilities in the wine industry. The
city of Cranbrook is famed for
its profuse crops of a very
humble flower that has hitherto been execrated by those who
love green lawns and wlio like
nice boulevarded streets. Why
not urge the establishment of
a dandelion wine industry upon the government?
•  •  •  •
The condition of the roads in
this section continues to draw
praise from many of the tourist visitors to the city, especially when put in comparison with
the highways some of the visitors from across the line say
they are compelled to endure.
One stretch of ihe road between
Miss Mary Terrace operator for the
Kootenay Telephone bines, left
Sunday accompanied by bor mother
for a month's vacation In Vancouver.
Mr. O, W. Qotlgh, local agent for
tho New York Life Insurance Company
while enjoying the day lu.t Sunday at
Premier lake bad tbo misfortune to
step on a broken bottle that was lying
at the water's edge, inflicting a heavy
gash aeroaa the left foot. When town
was reached several stitches had to
bo taken In it. Mr. dough is In the
meantime going around minus the
shoe and using a crutch. The attention
of cftrtipers and others should bo called to tho b,ul practise of throwing
empty bottles anywhere whore there
is danger ol' them being bpcikon and
Stopped on. Park (lie dead ones where
Ihey can do no barm.
A most attractive window has been
that of Mr. C. VanUraum ot the
Crnnbrook studio who had on display
several attractive views of Moyie lake,
Cranbrook,   St.   Mary's   Falls,   Port
Steele, from Brewery Hill and other
place*.. Tbo work fs done on a new
process paper which is particularly
effective. Tbe views are shown in
very attractive frames, a shipment of
which Mr. Vniiliraam has just received. To tlie friend that you may
be visiting tills summer no more acceptable gift could he taken than one
of those or other views which are to
bo bad nt tho studio.
Mr. P. Coinory, manager of the Kit-
silano branch of the Canadian Bank
of Commerce, in company with Mr.
J. P. Spauldlng, of Feniie, paid the
Herald ofllce a vi-it previous to tholr
depart ure fbr the opening of the
Banff'Windermere road lust week
Mr. Gomery, who was accompanied by
his wife, wns met hero by Mr. Spauldlng, and with him journeyed to the
opening. Mr. Uomery is an eminent
authority on motor travel and cump
sites, having made several contributions on tho subject to newspapers
and magazlnos, and is tho author of
tbo book "A Motor Scamper Across
Canada." Mr. Gomery is the president of the Vancouver Auto Club. A
feature of tbo activities of Mr.
Gomery, unknown to many, is the assistance that the Canadian Bank of
Commerce lends to the mutter of the
publicity Interests he Is furthering.
Mr. Gomery wrote up the opening for
tlj/e Vancouver Pibvince und other
papers.
POWDER
JaD&$]£ ffiakirx
rPowoer bae> be?
'known and use
over Canada
for more than 25
I years. It has set
land maintained tbe
I standard For goods
I of* its class. Its
I use is increasing
I daily because of
its strength, purity
land  universal
satisfaction   •
I'Pure Food insures
good health *
ilDa^ic Ijaking"
Ifowder insures
jpure  food
CANADIAN
1 E.W.01U.ETT COMPANY L
TORONTO.CANADA
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts from Tlie Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1903.
Saturday, July 7
VICTORY SURE: — Greater is lie
than Is tn you, than ho that U In the
world.—1 John 4:4
+   +   +
Sunday. July 8
HUMILITY  AND  EXALTATION:—
Humble yourselves   therefore   under
tho mighty hand of and, that he may
exalt you In due lime.—1 Peter 6:11,
+   +   +
Monday, July !P
STRENGTH   AND   SONtl:   —   The
Lord Is my strength and song, nnd he
Is become my solvation,—ExodUB 15:2.
+   +   +
Tuesday, July III
THE SINNER:  - Therefore to lllm
that knoweth to do good, and doetli It
not, lo him It is sin.—James 4:17.
+   +   +
Wednesday, July II
WHO INDEED?—If God be for US,
who can bo against us?—Romans S::il
+   +   +
Thursday, July u
BE VERY COURAGEOUS:—Only be
thou strong and very courageous,
that thou mayest observo lo do according to all the law * • that thou mayest prosper whithersoever thou goosl.
—Joshua 1:7.
+   +   H-
Frlilay, July 18
BE KIND TO THE ERRING:—Brethren, If a man be overtnken in a
fault, ye which are spiritual, restore
such an one in the spirit ai meekness:
considering thyself, lest thou ulso be
tempted.—Galatlans 6:1.
♦♦♦♦♦■
Spokane and the International I
boundary is stated to be in suchj*
poor shape that some would-be |
tourists were discouraged from)*
attending the opening ot the j J
Banff - Windermere on
score-
new highway link just opened||
was said by some visitors from i J
the prairies to be in better %
shape than some of the paved 2
streets In the city of Calgary. {♦#♦„„♦♦♦„««««««♦
this 11
The condition of the I
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CITY LAUNDRY !
Cor. howls SI. & Clark Ave.      %
Near Futa'a Grocery *
FOIST CLASS MlHHlUT      ?
from .   i>om; iiekf:
We are Careful of the Finest
Careful of the
Goods
Work called  for und  delivered
Wriie Box 785   -   We Will Cull
YOUR : HOLIDAY
SHOULD BE SPENT AT KASLO, B.C.
You cun't find a more delightful place lo spend your
summer holiday in America than al Kaslo, the Switzerland of America. ideal climate, wonderful scenery,
mountain tramps, or splendid fishing, boating and bathing, all combine to give you and your family the best
there is in a real holiday at minimum expense. Good
hotel accommodation can be had at reasonable rates, or
you can camp free in the city park with camping privileges, water and light free; or if you prefer, camp along
one of the numerous mountain streams on the lakeshore
VISIT THK KOKANEE (II.Ai'lKII
n wonderful trip lo lhe "lop of Ihe world" cusily accessible from
Kaslo.    .Mosl of Ihe trip can be made by auioiaohlle.
Just pul your lent lu (he rnr, bring lhe wile mid kiddles — you'll
all enjoy II.    Your aiiloiniiblle will come by heal from hiisknnook
lo Kaslo for $11, and from   Nelson for #.*>.
For further Information wrlic W. V. mpnsrlh, Clly Clerk, Kaslo.
Kaslo h u Fisherman's I'liruilisc — lhe Trout
ure Idling line.
The wedding took place on Tuesday
last of Mi„8 Flossie Mugee and Mr. A.
L. MncIJermot. both of this city.
A group of claims oa Perry Creek,
comprising lhe Badger, Perry Creek,
Red Mountain, and Custer claims, were
sold this week to a Frank man for the
sum of $12,000.
Conductor Joe Hall fall from a box
car at Crows Nest on Tuesday and
broke his arm.
Thos. Roberts, yyjio lias been bookkeeper with tho Electric Light Company, has resigned to give Ills whole
time to the firm of Arnold and Roberts.
Members of lhe naplist church have
vo'ed their pastor, llev. F. w. Avaucho
a vacation, and have presented him
with a purse a-, a token of esteem.
Mr. and Mrs. Dullamel. Chelan, were
visitors lasl week at tbe home of Mr.
and Mrs. Arnislrong, Garden Ave.
PROMOTION LIST AND
CLASS STANDING AT
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL
Division I.
Perfect Attendance.—Mlml Blofare,
Dolly Johns, John Magro, Rosie Magro, Murray Rombough, Edith Weill
Rosalyne Weston, Franklin Woods.
PROMOTION LIST
Promoted to Junior III. Reader.-
Dorothy Worthington, Rosaline Wes.
ton, Francis Carle, Evelyne Eley,
John Magro, ltosic Magro', Lillian
Russell, Murray Rombough, Josle Ble-
rare, Louis Holm, Clarence Johnson.
Senior Second.—Mlml Blefure, Edith Wells, Percy North, Nora Malone,
Dolly Johns, Edllh Sullivan, Angelo
Marapodl, Billy Saunders.
Junior Second. — Karl Brennan,
Muriel Worthington, Winnlfred Harper, Nooch Tito, Margaret Dalzlel, Ada
Caramon, Franklin Woods, Joey Ber-
kla,
Mlts E. N. SING. Teacher
.Division II.
Beginners. — (Catherine Ukrnintz,
Edwin Berrtngtnn) Ellen Saunders,
Frank Blofare. James Haley, Eileen
Panning, Bob Pattinson, Tony Cos-
tcllo, Tiny    Sullivan,   ^gnes Moore
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B. WESTON'S
THE STORK THAT PUT DOLLAR DAY ON THE MAP
FOR CRANBROOK'S THRIFTY SHOPPERS.
Mltl.S' NIOHTCOWNS
In fine while mull, with embroidered yoke.
Dollar Day   $1.00
I,A1IIFS' SACK COMIIS.
Very latest
Each   «l.oo
LADIES' A- amiS' .MIDDIES
Dollar Day  Sl.oll earli
MEN'S ATHLETIC UIMIIIN.
ATIONN
Dollar Day Speclnl .. ILIHI Sail
MIX'S SILK TIES
King Tut Pattern ... 2 for $1.00
MEN'S SILK KXIT TIES
Very latest patterns ... $1.00 ea.
.MEN'S KHAKI SHIM'S
Dollar Day   JUKI
TEA APRONS
Reg. 75c. Special ... S.fnr $1,110
CHIEEONS St VEILINliS
3 yards for $1.0(1
111TKSKIX GLOVES
Per Pair   $1.00
PLATTERS
I! Inch Heavy China,
Dollar Day  5 tor $1.00
(URLS' 'HUMMED HATH
Regular f.1.70
Dnllur Day   *l.on
EN'liLISII Ul Mi HAMS .
Regular Sfie & 40c yd.
Dollar Day 1 yurds $IJMI
FLOWERED SATEEN'S
ln the lutest patterns.   Regular
!ir>c a yard.
Hollar Day ... l'i yds. for $1.00
MATTING SUIT CASES
Dollar Day Special . $1.00 each
FANCY CHINESE WORK
HASKETS
Trimmed   with   beads and silk
tassels.    Regulur $2.50.
Dollar Hay    $1.00 each
STATIONERY
Pat up   In   fancy boxes, which
can bo used for Sewing or
other things.
Dollar Day $1JK» a Box
HOYS' WASH SUITS
Dollar Day   JUKI pair
BOYS'  llAI.IIHKKiAN  3.PIECE
t'NDERWEAR
Short Sleeves and knee length.
Dollar Day $1.00 a Sail
HOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS
Size 12 to 13V>
Dollar Hay $1.00
LADIES' WHITE SILK
(ILOVES
Regular $1.75
Dollar Day $1.00
CHILDREN'S FANCY MOCCAS.
INS
Trimmed with fur and beads.
Regular $1.75
Dollar Day $1.00
SILK ST0CKINI18
In heal her.   Regular $1.75
Dollar Day   $1.00
FELT TABLE COVERS
Regular $1.76
Dollar Day $1.00 each
LADIES' CANVAS SHOES
High Tops
Dollar Day   $1.00 pair
A TABLE KILL OF LACES,
INSERTIONS /> TRIMMINGS
Some are worth 25c yard.
Special 12 yards far 11.00
Frank Romano.
First Primer.—Bud Sullivan, Harold Curie, Albert Russell, Eddie Walsh
Stanley Weston, Annie Ilerkin, Lee
Gammon, Frieda McOee, Qelonda Magro, Jeunnette L'Abbe, Walter Collins,
Billy McNeil, Harry Sollckl.
Second Primer.—Doris Eley, Hubert
Llnnell, Marguerite Marapodl, Ivor
Barrett, Violet Miller, Ronnie Coleman, John Pascuzzo, Victoria Pascuzzo, Fred Reynolds, Rose Blefare, Laura Malone, Margaret Cnssels.
Honor Roil: Regular Attendance;
Agnes Moore. Proficiency; Marguerite Marapodl. Department; Ivor Barrel t.
I. M, FLEURY, Teacher.
Mrs .F. V. Harrison returned home
ou Saturday lust rroiu tlie hospital
With her lit tlu daughter.
BEATOLDH.C.ofL.
HAVE YOUIt OLD
SHOES REPAIRED
LIKE NEW
Excellent  Workmanship.
Good Materials Used
A.  Strange - Armstrong Ave.
W^
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| — The
! Knights of Columbus
*
J will moot ln the
| KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
I HALL
| EVERY THIRD SUNDAY,
$ at 9 ii.ni.
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UUHDU HCEHEHT
DALES
BAKERY
Have Opened Their
Ice
Cream
Parlor
Drop  In  And Try Some
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM !
or a DRINK from the
FOUNTAIN
It makes no difference what material you have decided upon for building plans, we can help you in decision
of grades and the amounts you will need.
Lumber of course will be an iin-
porlanl item and it is essential you cooperate with construction authorities if
you hope to build us economically as possible.
See Our
Cranbrook Collage Hospital
(Licensed by Pror. Govt)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
HUS. A. CRAWFORD, Matron.
Garden Avenue     •  Phone 2M
PACE,
FIRE PLACE,
CHIMNEY
and
COMMON
BRICK
You Are Right. Prices
Are Not Coming
Down. So Build
Now & Save
in the Long
Run.
Cranbrook Sash & Door Co.
PHONE OS
Built for Hard Work
As Well as for Comfort
Tha "Matter Four" Touring Model, 23*35 Special
THE McLaughlin-Buick "Master Four" Touring is the ideal
car for everyday use. It is strongly constructed to "stand
up" under the most strenuous service, over all kinds of
roads, in any kind of weather. It is ready with abundant power
for any emergency. It is low in cost of operation and upkeep,
and it is backed by such widespread and efficient service that
it need never be "laid up" when wanted.
Yet it is a handsome car—one you will be proud to own. It ia
big eumgh to accommodate the family on its pleasure trips and
on visits to friends and relations. It is a comfortable car—smooth
riding, a real means of relaxation after a hard day's work. As to
price, a close inspection will convince you of its outstanding value.
Standard equipment Include! missive crown fenders,
drum type heed and cowl lamps, transmission-driven
speedometer, bumper, combination tall and nop llfht,
leuff plates, dumb-bell radiator cap, etc.
There are 16 McLaughlin-Buick Models to Choose from
Cranbrook Dealers
HANSON GARAGE FrMny, July Hill, 1923
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE   THREE
The CLUB CAFE
Newly Decorated   —   Clean anil Coo'
Enjoy your meals In comfort here
Service prompt and courteous
Food the best quality obtainable
Eight commodious booths for parties
TRY OUR COFFEE
Served With Cream
— Phone 165 —
HOME
SWEET
HOME
Oscar Oat G:oJ
Tan Dewrei
Aaouta
COMB HAIR AND IT
STAYS COMBED, GLOSSY
FOREST INCOME
OK 500 MILLIONS
MENACED HY FIRE
Qreasetcss Combing Cream Costs Only
Pew Cents a Jar at any Drug Stora
By Dr. Clifton D. Howe, Acting Pfes-,
Canadian Forestry Association.
In the hist analysis, adequate fire
protection resolves Itself down to the
question of whether or not the pqoulc
of this country wish to save i heir
wood-using industries. Let us look
into the service of these to the country. The value of the manufactured
pulp and paper products Is $250,000,-
000 per annum. The various companies have Invested In the business
some $376,000,000. They employ 33,0001
men ln the mills and in the forest and
Even obstinate, unruly or shampooed
hair stays combed all day in any style
you tike. "Hair-Groom" is a dignified
combing cream which gives that natural
gloss and welt-groomed effect to your
hair—that final touch to good dress both
in husiness and on social occasions.
Millions use greaseless, stainless
"Hair-Groom" because it does not show
on the hair. It is absorbed by the
scalp, therefore the hair remains so
soft and pliable ami so natural that no
one can possibly tell you used it. Not
sticky or smelly.
LOOK
THK HOME OF GOOD
PASTRY
Our Pood and Service are Pleasing a Host ol Friends.
BOOTHS POR LADIES
CAFE  ZENITH
CRANBK00K, B.C.
Opposite C. P. R.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PROSE M
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   A   RITCU1I
MONUMENTAL  CO.
Nelsea
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
AND DYERS
liery Garment ssnt to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of tlie business
Is your assurance ot satisfaction
tare.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
Wa Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE IU
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.N., A.R.C.M.,
Mm lea! Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher of Staling, Violin and
Piano
Preparation for Musical Bum-
■nations
112 ARMSTRONG ATE.
Pbone 108 Cranbrook, B.f.
The old reliable reiuwly for iheu*.
umttini, neuralgia, sore throat and
sprains,
Best Liniment Made
Mii.A.h.I.AVNUHV.UoMONTON.writei:—
"1 fell I mm u buililiua ami received what
the doctor culled a very
Iwil -sprained ankle, and
tuld me I miiht nut walk
cm Uforthreeweel;*.. I
Kut MINAKD'S I.1NI-
MitNTatidltl*il**diiv*.I
win out to WOllcDgi'lill.
* think It the lic.U I.iul-
tneiil iiuilc,"
Mlntrd*. Liniment
■lwayB givei •■mi-
faction. For any
■cht or pain. It
itlvee Iniiant relist.
Minard's Llninint
Co.. Limited
but nut entirely upon forest products.
These, mull as the horse-drawn and
motor-drawn vehicles, produce each
year products valued ut $86,533,314.
The capital invented totals ever $65,-
oou.ooo. Tho employees number over
9,000 to whom are puid wages amounting  to nearly $12,000,000.
Going hack to the lumber industry
proper, we find that Its invested capita) reacheH $250,000,000. It employs
55,000 men, and gives them $600,000,-
000 in wages annually, Thut business
Is worth saving too, is it not.
There are more tliun 100,000 people
in Canada at work converting the forest product into wealth in sonic form
or other. They nre chiefly heads of
families or the bread winners of fam-
CKM'KAL SCHOOL
PROMOTION MSI
IU
Thornton and Beattij*
Plead for Forest Protection
SIR HENRY THORNTON
President of the Canadian National Railways, says:
"If any man wants to add to
the burdens of the Canadian National Railways, let him start a
forest Are.
"The forest Is
a main pillar of
our freight business and tourist
travel. I appeal
to every Canadian: ' Protect
the Forests.'"
E.  W.   HKATTY
President of the C.P.R.,
says:
"A   living   forest   means   live
Jobs.    Dead   forests  mean .dead
jobs.   No man of us has any "right
to kill a forest by  hla careless
acts.   A minute's
care may save a
they pay them each year $40,000,000
In wages, isn't that business worth
.-.iving?
The value of lumber, lath nnd shin-
Kle*» produced in cue year is $150,000,-
000, Lumber means boards nnd deals,
dimension stock—not the finished product a» in the case nf paper. 1 can't
tlnd Just how much Is added to this
value hy the various minor wood-using Industries. With reservations I
will say that the minor industries,
which depend entirely upon wood
produce products to the value ot some
$60,000,000 annually. They hue an Invested capital of over $50,000,000..
Tiny employ 13,000 people and pay!
annually In wages around $14,000,000
Is it not worth some effort (o keep
these industries going.
Are These Worth While?
To these should no added the industries tliat depend In essential part
Hies, thus they represent probably a
half million people dependent upon
the forest for a livelihood. Arc they
worth while in their work? Are they
worth while to the country?
Must Invest In Prelection
I*t me emphasize that our great
pulp and paper companies, the great
lumber concerns will not exist many
years longer unless there is more effective fire protection. In order to get
more effective protection, the public
must Invest more money in it. When
wo consider the area actually under
licenso or puipwood concession, the
amount expended on it as a whole
averages less than one cent per acre
per year. In other words we spend
tons ilinn j, cent nn acre as an Insurance rail- on forest lands whose supplies at the present day yields us products to the value of $500,000,000 an.
nualy,
Order from Any Government Vendor
PALE
BEER
A LIGHT, clear, amber-colored
" beverage, as refreshing and
appetising aa tlie finest beer
should be. Its consistent purity Is assured hy scrupulous
can given to the method of
brewing:.
This advertisement is not
published or displayed by
the Liquor Control Buard
or by the Government of
Btitiah Columbia.
(Continued from Page One)
lOO'/i, Paul Harrison £)4, Arthur Saka-
gufchi 90. Distinction in Woodwork;
Denis Turner 98$ , Ernest Worden 90,
DIVISION VI. i
Promoted to Grade VI. Second Term:
Mae (loaderham, George Futa, Sheila
Paterson, Irene Mclnnis, Jessie Musser, Dorothy Bridges, Harold Holdener
Donald McDonald, Kathleen McFVr-
lane, George Huyman, Lowell McCoy,
Katherihti Martin, Helen Campbell,
Chrissio Charbpueau, Grace Flett,
Enid Shankland, Kathleen De/.nll.
Grace Pritehard, EHleen Gray, Florence Pattinson, Dobfe Mat-Donald, Leslie Kuhnert, Elsio Parker, Nellie Owen,
1,-oriuL Barber, George Roberts, Juck
Farreli, Lucille Rosllng, Molly Johnson, Beulah Hill, Walter Helmslng,
j Ida Lancaster, Helen McGIll, Betty
Lunn, Douglas Patton, George George,
Joseph Genest. Missed Examinations;
Bud Parker,
B. GIBSON, Teacher.
DIVISION VII.
Promoted to Grade VI. First Term:
Margaret Henderson, Mary MacDonald, Winnlfred McQtiaid, Josephine
Karapcdi, Margaret Luscombe, Ruth
Bond, Marian Gill. Alex Dalzlel, John
McKay, Carmela Naso Annie Harbin-
son,. Ell-el Irwin, Ray Llnnell, Margaret Johnston, James Brookes. Lea-
iie Phillips, Wilfred Pocock. William
Harrison, Kathleen Edmond-on, Barbara Beale, Evornrd Lewis, May Russell, Jean Nlblock, Willie Cox, Archie
Leltch* Promoted to Grade V. Second
Term: — Margaret Farreli, Malcolm
McPhee, Ernest Kennedy, Stanley Porter, Pauline Bowness, IS lies worth
Ryan, Lillian Dale, Henry Taylor, Rupert Porter, Dorothy Steward. Honor
Roll: Proficiency! Margaret Henderson. Deportment; Annie Harbinson.
Regularity and Punctuality; Pauline
Bowness Willie Cox, Wilfred Pocock.
A. SUTHERLAND, Teacher.
DIVISION VIII.
Promoted to Grade V. Second Term.
Arthur Lodge, Donald MacDonald,
Emily Taylor, Robeua Miller, Bertie
Pelton, Vivian Kemp, Eiva Turner,
Ruth Fanning, Hjorace Mullin, Phyllis
Jeffrey, Eddie Leonard, Josephine De-
mlchel, Jean Rutledge, Winnie Steward, Huivhl White, Nancy McCundle,
Hazel Rowley, Bertram McLean, Leonard Stewart, Mike Frost.Helmer Er-
icksson, Patrick Harrison,Hazel Clapp,
Alberta Jones, Ben Walkley, Ruth McKowan, James Dixon, Hilda Robinson,
Muriel Collings, Pauline Wine. Wright
Speers, Raymond Luscombe, Reginald
Shaw, Jim Atchison, Donald Garland,
William Price. Promoted to Grade V.
First Term:—Norman Galbraith, Marshall MacPhersdi. Frank Campbell,
Richard Ban Quan. Honor Roll: Pro-
llclency; Arthur Lodge, Deportment;
Vivian Kemp. Perfect Attendance;
Patrick Harrison.
P. M. G. C. MacDONALD, Teacher,
DIVISION IX.
Promoted to Grade IV. 1st and 2nd
Term:—Olive Norgrove, Dorothy Flett,
Margaret Cullen, Lucy Andrews, Lily
Metson, Mali Ken, Hflia Poho, Beverley Collier, Chow Nam. Willie Cullen
and Betty Genest, Edna Taylor, Mary
Fife, Mnry Roberts, Phyllis Home, Sadie Gibbs and Lily Polio, Edna Baxter. Jessie South, Edwin Haley, Evon-
no Williams, Willie Stevely, Florence
Johnston, Cyril Harrison, Edna Collier
Geno Blggatlnl and Gordon Dezall, Le-
ona Small, Elliot Harris, Gladys Burton, Jessie Cassldy, Allen Patmore,
Mary Ijitnont. Eunice Moore, Marie
Collins, Helen Gilroy (absent), Norman Blaine. Promoted to Grade III.
Second Torm:—Mary Pritcbard, Florence Steward, Frank McClure, Allen
Downey, Harry Walkley, Robert Mac-
Gregor, Harvey Moir. Honor Roll:
Prdflciency; Ollvo Norgrove. Deport-
mentjessie South, Perfect Attendance; Edna Collier, Mali Ken.
MrL. BAXTER, Teacher.
DIVISION X.
Promoted to Grade III. First Term.
Eileen Moore, Donalda Walker, Kenneth Haynes, Stanley Helse, Kichl Maigawa, Rudie Kc-zak. Robert Bell, Geo,
Langton, Georgina Cox, Angolo Prov-
cuzano, Joe Ward, Hannes Poho, Edith
Faulkner, Doris Haloy.Grace Sternberg, Jack Parkin, Jack Roberts, Donald GUI, Kathleen Haynes, Joe Wong,
Barbara Patton, Robort Cox. Thomas
Miller, Joe Welsh, Ester Leonard,
Kathleen Hnrvey. Promoted to Grade
II. Second Term: — Myrtle Stewart,
Gladys RutcllfTo, Annie Frost, Faith
Ryan, Leonard Porter, Harold Porter,
Cecil Morrison, John Nlblock, Irma
Taylor, Pearl Walkley, Byron Kemp.
i Promoted to Grade II. First Term:—
Ethel Lewis, AJbin Bricksaon, Robert
White, Hunter McClure, Pearl Steward, Robert Luscombe, Bernard Nlblock. Honor Roll: Proficiency; Eileen
Moore, Deportment; John Nlblock.
Regularity und Punctuality; Kichf
Maigawa.
ELLEN B. PATERSON, Teacher.
DIVISION XI.
Promoted to Grade II. Second Term.
Charley WiUou, Roberta Collins, Stanley Williams. Edith Johnston, Eddie
Irwin, May Harvey, Marjorle Keyes,
Betty Brown, Barry Hill, Elliot Dale,
Edward Komanuik, Frances Slye, Mabel Atkinson, Cyril George, James
Macdonald, Chow Way. .'On Trial;
William White, Sheila Hennessy, Allan
MacPherson, Patricia Parker.
Promoted to Grade II, First Term.—
Marie Rowell, Stanley Whit taker, Tony
Naso, Steve Romauulk, Ainu Poho,
Henry McMurrin, Snm McCreery, Ruth
Lundy, Louise Bridges, Ague.* Gray,
James Adams, Bernice Coleman, Phyllis Macdonald, William Bun Quan,
Muriel Little, Marguerite Morro, Raymond Burgess, Glen Bowness, William
McLeod. On Trial; Jessie Magnet,
Herrick Owen, Frank Jones, Margaret
Smith. Honor Roll: Proficiency; Charley Wilson. Deportment; Marjorle
Keyes, Regularity and Punctuality;
Cyril George.
Promoted to Grade 1. Second Term:
Adolphus Burton, Cluude Jordon,
Kenneth Lamphier, Clifford Lamphler,
Gladys DeWolf, George Faulkner.
S. V. McCALLUM, Teacher.
DIVISION XII.
Promoted to Grade II, First Term:
Barbara Mulrhead, James Thompson,
Muh Leu Gee.Mah Kwong Veun, Mary
Komanuik, Helen Spreull, Graham
Patton, Lilly White, Donald Vance
Sybil Norgn.ve, Violet Andrews, Archie Roberts, Promoted to Grade I
Second Term.—Freddie Shaw, Stewart Flett, Ralph Manning, Phyllis Wul-
lpce Dorothy Coleman, James Thompson, Douglas Paterson, Florence MacDonald, Ella Blggatini, Joe Proven-
zano,, Stephen Lafleur, Fred Pattinson
Dermot Moore, David Miller, Myles
Beale, Enos Wolfe. PhylHii Ward, Doris Dingley, Walker Willi* Gladys
Milne, Margaret Bell, Ruth Briggs.
Honor Roll: Proficiency; Barbara
Mulrhead, Deportment; Fred Pattinson; Regularity; Florence MacDonald.
L. C. HENDERSON, Teacher.
DIVISION XIII.
Promoted to Grade VI, First Term.
Annie Moore, Kathleen Worthington,
May Strachan, James Huchcroft, Oer-
FOKT STEELE NOTES
A Fine
Kettle
This ii a fine
kettle, not only fur
■nup, but for txiil-
ina mrnt or ittW*
iim, cuokinti vegetables ur pn-ierv-
ing. Be sim- each
Utensil   you   buy
esrrlH the smi»
trade mark.
There's nothing like piping hot, delicious
ip to start the hearty meal. Here is a tine
. that will do a lot to help you make good
soup—the SMP Enameled Ware London Keltic.
Even after The greasiest or stickiest cooking
SMP  Enameled  Ware cleans as easily  as a
china dish.   Ask for
SMP6^WARE
Thr«e finiihet: P*irl Ware, two Mtb of peart)* rvtf
enanul inUSt and out. Dlaatond Wire, '■"■•-. oat-., linht
bill* mil white cut-.iuV.whil** linini". Crystal Ware. thr-*r
cotiti, pun white in •.Kir cr,J out. with Hoynl Blue f-dVing.
■"•■Sheet Metal Products coXmS
DELANY & SINCLAIR
SOLE AGENTS FOB
SMP   WARE    IN   CRANBROOK
Phone 8*1
Phone S4
David Harvey,
:-ted to tirade V.
i row. Joyce Campbell, Harvey Birce,
Andrew Stewart. Kathleen MacDonald.
Rob-|jane Nlsbet, Billie WhIUng, Theo Lau-
ald Eye, Alex Dargtc
May D'Hondte. Prom
Second Term: Jean Mac Dona;
ert Mulrhead, Claim" Blaine, Donald!lie, Jessie Mackey, Carl Mullin, Hen-
MacKenzle, Lloyd Burgess, Walter Ag-Jry Lambo. Ellen Stewart. Richard
land, Walter Barrett. Vincent LJund-JBlye. Robert Stevely. Edith Walker,
quist, Lillian Webjter, Alice Harper,, Owen Haley. Elizabeth Stewart, Gor-
Melville Crawford. Ales William--, don Speers. Christina Williams, Edna
June Collins, Harry Christian. Andrew Shaw, Jack Pattinson. George Repkft.
D'Hondt e, OLude Miller. Promoted to On Trial. — Edgar Ofl.n, Dorothy
Grade V. First Term: Maurice God-. MacDonald Margaret Rutledge. Lizzie
deris, Eugene Kennedy. Donald tfaln-jGodderis, James Lunn.
nls, Margaret Malone. Kathleen Xisbet.; prommed to Grade 3. — First Term.
Joe Walkley, Gene Inglum. Absent • Florence Jordan. Carrie Spence
McCoy.
Willie
during examinations    	
Jack Parker.
RUTH E. TI'RNER. Teacher.
On Trial—Cameron Macdonald. Harold George. Joe Wong.
lion*/ HolU
DIVISION XIV, !    Proficiency.— Hilda Gilli:-.
Prdmoted to Grade III. Second Ternv    Deportment   — Andrew Stewart.
Hilda   OIllISi   Herbert   Potter,   Xornh!    Regularity. —   Godfrey    Helmslng.
Simpson,   Evelyn Holdener,   Godfrey^Christine Wlillama.
Helmsing,   Buftye  Futa.  Jamo    Hal-j A.   McCARTHV,   TJjncher,
The public school closed on Friday
for the summer months; Miss Gillespie left on Friday*;, train for Montana
where she will be visiting relatives.
Miss Edith Cummlngs leaves for Victoria where t,he Intends taking the five
weeks course at the summer school.
Harry Chatnlngs visited home on
Wednesday, leaving again on Thursday's train for Skookumchuck.
Ted Cretney and Sam Brander camo
down from Sheep Creek in time tio
take In the children's picnic.
No rah Brander returned from high
school, Friday.
The public school picnic was held on
Sunday at the four mile tourUt camping ground; Mr. Attree lent his truck
for the children and Mr. Howard his
two cars for the conveyance of the
adults. Mrs Werden also brought popcorn etc, to help amuse the little one?.
Quite a dainty luncheon wan served
which was enjoyed by all; plenty otl
lro cream, lemonade etc, and everyone voted It a real enjoyable time
Robert Lyle met with an accident j
last week, which, fortunately proved]
less serious than might have been. In
Jumping over a fence he slipped and
fell on a broken bottle, cutting an artery and tendon in the wrist. He Is
much better now but had a close call
which should be a warning to those
with him to be careful in the future.
*. — •*»
Mr. and Mrr, Sam Cadeaux were in
from tho ranch, Sunday.
Joe Kershaw and sister Doris, Miss
Annie Fulton with Mrs. Beech left here
for Windermere on Sunday.
Miss Gladys Dawson, Allan and
Frank Moore are spending the holidays in the Windermere country.
Mrs. W. Duncan, formerly of thla
Viae* la spending a. Urn slam wiU Mr.
|asnt Mm nX \Vam\ua\
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin." which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds
Toothache
Earache
Headache
Neuralgia
Lumbago
Rheumatism
Neuritis
Pain, Pain
nandy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists.
Aspirin It tho traile mark frrj-iitrr*--! In Canada) of Bayrr Manufacture of Mono-
ace-l<■■(•!.Ir-itt-r of f=itlLi'>-ll-ii( hi. Whllo It la well known thnt Aaplrln m<ann Hayr
manufacture to anlat the public agalnit Imitation**, tho Tanleta of Uayer Company
will be aiampod with their general trade mark, tho "Bayer Crow."
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Can a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT    CRANBKOOK, B.C.
Ttltpkra* II PA In til
J FAS1 FOTJI
TIIE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, Jul) lilli. 1028
« gjjjji L;ii.i! m£
me K* K3 —— l«m
land,
i bed-
ubsurdlty   writ
metboaist Church
KEY. B. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
SUNDAY, .III.V Slh
"Whoever cared for truth, and was not a stranger tn a alrani
a pilgrim through .hania. delnsiona, vanities and cotnpromUefl-
lam in whom every child ot convention   could   l'oad
large?"—Glover.
11 a.m. "THE MORE EXCELLENT WAY"
12.15 p.m. Bible Class Conducted by the Pastor
Character Study:—Mary, the Mother of Jesus.
.    7.30 p.nt "ANTIPATHIES"
We will be glad to see you.SI rangers please wait to get
acquainted.
KBS (SS2S35 jSffinwffim Se? nana to
Beauty Hint for Women
imperfectly digested
For
clear
skin
and
bright
eyes
Take
When food is only
it gives rise to fermentation, clogs „,„
bowels, iiiul renders the blood impure.
This results in dull eyes, muddy skin,
blotches, pimples and other disfiguring
marks. Beecham's Tills act immediately
on tlie stomach, liver and bowels; regulate them nnd keep them in a vigorous
condition. Tliey are mild, harmless and
dependable. They are compounded of
remedies of vegetable origin having
great medicinal value.
Beecham's
ills
Baptist Church
PASTOR  W. T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNPUY, JULY 8th
11 a.m.—Morning Service.
"THE   PROGRAM   OF   A
PROGRESSIVE LIFE"
DOKK1F, DOINGS AT
CRANBROOK AS SEEN
illHOI (ill VISITORS' EYES
12.00
Noon
Cunday
'chool
7.30 p.m.—Evening Service.
"A LIVING SPRING"
Prayer Meeting- Thursday, 8 |l,lll.
YOU ARBUCORD1AU.Y INVITED TO WORSHIP
WITH US
ERNEST E. KINO,
Acting   l'aator.
MANY EMINENT REPRESENTATIVES OF PRESS
PRESENT AT OPENING
i:    WINDERMERE
ii DISTRICT NOTES
'"l-H IMII1III 11111 H-H-H-li
Sold
everywhere
in boxes
PROFESSIONAL CAHDS
OTtoaa 810 !'■<>• Boi 8M
B. A. M00RH0USE
A.M.B.I.C, & B.CL.8.
PBOV. LANK SURVEYOR
Ollleo - Armstrong Ave.
Cranbrook     •      ■      -     B. C
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
rhjHlclwiH mid Siiri?«oiis
Office ut   residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OPPIOK  HOURS
Afternoons   2-00 to 4.00
Evening*   I-'-*1! to 8.80
Sundays  200 to 40°
CRANBROOK, B.C.
tYIM. NOT ItEDUCK SO
KAIUCAI.I.Y NUMBER OK
PROVINCIAL HIDINGS
According (o a Victoria dispatch
i ho govornmenl *b proposed redistrl-
btition bill contemplated dividing the
province into 30 Instead of 47 con*
Btltuenclea, bul, according to the premier, thoro Deems to have been i
mlsapprohoneloil us to thu matter.
Vancouver Liberals who havo been
discussing the subject, ot redistribution, were surprised to f.oo it published (but IT constituencies were to he
"eliminated." it now turns out, from
what Premier Oliver says, tliat redistribution is silll In the dlscus&lon
slage.
"The govommont has already announced Hint lliere will he a redistrl-
blltion bill at the next Hussion and
tlml is ull Lltoro In to It at the present
lime," Premier Oliver Baid when interviewed recently, Tlie story pub-
llahed nl Vklorla und sent over the
wires to Vancouver, he characterized
as ":ill hosh."
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere,, B.C'-., June 30th Advice
hab but recently come to hand that
there passed away in Kusbolme,
suburb of Manchester, Mr. William
HJoyle, a near aud dear relative of
Mrs. A. Ernest. Fisher of this place.
The Manchester Guardian relates his'
life's doings at great length and deals
with his virtues in an editorial. It appears from this that Mr. Roylo was a
staunch Liberal, one* of the most pronounced of leaders; a Wesleyan Methodist who gave over his suuday*. to
three times a day preaching the Word
of God; and that as a philanthropist
he was an waitstamlfng figure iu the
big community. Twice be was offered the honor of knighthood and twice
he had the honor of refusing . The
Guardian iu closing its editorial sayi
of him:—"He lived a fine, even a he
rote life, and his name will smell
sweet for many a long duy among th
many who have known und Lovei
him."
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 18 am      1 to 6 p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
STOCKING STREAMS IN
WINDEUMKKK VALLEY
WITH KAMLOOPS TROUT
F.M.MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone WO
Serhiry A™* next lo CHj Utll
(Special to the Herald)
vermere, B.C., June 30th—Fifty
sand Kamloop.-, trout eggs were
week deposited by Mr. Robertson
the expert from the Dominion Fish
Hatchery at Gerrard, B.C., in the
streams of this district.
thi
LOU-SIB AUD SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Mti'U In tbt
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon ot ths
first Tuesday at
8 p.m.
All ladlss are
^^^^^^^ cordially Invited
Pnsldsnti   Mrs. F. ConsUntine.
Bec.-Trc*surer!  Mrs, 8. Tajloi.
Saskatoon, Sask.—The total wheat
production of Canada in 1922 was
389,780,400 bushels and of this amount
Saskatchewan produced 260,167,000
bushels or practically fi3 per cent,
half us much again as tbe balance of
Canada put together. Saskatchewan's
wheat crop amounted In value to
S287{000,000, while production costs
Including seeding, harvesting, thresh-
Ing etc., have heen estimated to not
exceed $1S7,0»0,000, leaving a net
surplus nf $100,000,000.
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITI LODGE, No. 4«
IImTIH Meets every
fjg^3raCMonday night at
Qw!$gB£|The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
Ni O,      -      -      E. G. DIngley
Rsc. Sec.    -    •    W. C. Adlard
)l Fr*
Fresh Milk & Whipping Cream
8Uc HALF PINT
If not satisfied will return the
money.
CG0DDEB18    -    -    Sob Tel
Established 1898 Phono 114
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEER BUILDER
AM)   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work,  Picture Framing
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Ofllce: Corner Norbory ATenue
nud Edwards Street
Mr. Ritchie Spurgeon Gallop of Victoria, the old time mining man of this
neighborhood ban again returned lien
for tlie summer months.
Conrad Kaln the famous mountain
guide, has returned tio his home it
Wilmer nfter a hunting expedition. He
left again Immediately 16 lead a party of alpinists up the giddy heights of
Mount Columbia.
Mrs. Arnold Rookc-Ley, of "West
cliff" left here permanently last weel
to rejoin her husband in England,
Messrs. L. R. H, Cannell nnd G. Wll
llamson, of Norfolk, England, and
Mr, Austen huve recently arrived to
take up work lu this part. Mr. Williamson served Witli tlie Air Force In
ibe lato war.
The closing exercises for tlie year
have just taken place in tbe public
schools throughout the district. Those
at this school took a special form under the direction nf Miss Olive B,
Langton. In addition to the ordinary
diplomas, prizes for punctuality were
won by Fred Wainwrlght, Jessie Fra
ter, George Sims and Jean Davidson
while Susan Nixon and William Wainwrlght were each presented with a
solid silver evcrsharp pencil by Mrs
Basil G. Hamilton for morale am'
good citizenship during the year
Yesterday Mr. R. R. Bruce entertain
ed them all to a strawberry festival
on his houseboat.
Miss MacKinnon of Cranbrook Is a
visitor with Miss Langton.
Mr. w. p. Ratcllffe, of Rate]iffe &
Slewart, Cranbrook, was, hero on business  lust  week.    His visit   extended
over several days,
^*-
Mr. Geo. A. Bennett journeyed to
Cranbrook lately nnd purchased nn
automobile.
(Kootenay  Time.;,   Nelson)
A large deputation ol the officers
and membors of Nelson's well known
Dokkies journeyed to Cranbrook, Saturday last, when they held a large
ceremonial, together with the members Of Ferule, Kiniberloy and tlie
Cranbrook Lodges of Knights of Pythias.
They wore received liy a large
number of the committee and the citizens upon their arrival at the depot.
Shortly alter dinner a large and most
interesting parade of ail the members
lu uniform and robes paraded through
tho principal streets, headed hy the
Cranbrook brass band, after which lbe
ceremonial was held in the Pythian
Castle Hall, The ritualistic work
wiih conferred upon all those tyroa
from the different city lodges.
Refreshments were tlieu served followed by si special entertainment to
all ibe visitors by Xnvior Holdener,
During the balance of tho lime from
very early morning miliI tbe arrival
of tho train, the visitors wore taken
for an extended motor drive over some
of I ho many good roads leading in and
to tho City of Crauhrook, The hoys
left amid songs and cheers froth tbe
largo crowd that bail assembled to
see them off.
Nelson Dokkies speak highly of tlie
grand and splendid entertainment provided for them during their visit to
Cranbrook and they say that they cannot find words to the occasion to ex
press their appreciation of tbe royal
tlmo given to them.
Harry Lucas and H. E. Hamilton,
accompanied hy Mr. Lucas' mother
and Mrs. Hamilton, motored up from
Spokane 108 miles to Cranbrodk for
the ceremonial, aud they enjoyed the
visit exceedingly well, aud spoke of
the many deeds of kindness received
by them during their short stay there
Nelson Dokkies returned Sunday
night and ure now preparing fcr to
attend a special ceremonial to be held
in the City of Trail on July 21st, next
when they expect td have another
large class of tyros to affiliate with
Sliem el Nessini Temple No. 172, D
O. K. K. of Nelson.
Tbe Temple has now a membership
of 425 and expecU to add at least
another hundred before the end pf
tliis year.
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.O., June 30th—Among
tbe llrst visitors to arrive in order to
be present at the ceremonies pertaining to the opening of the Banff-Win-
flermere rnxid, wus Mr. James Murray
Gibbon, general publicity agent for
the C. P. R. When the festivities are
over in ihis part Mr. Gibbon will head
a party of magazine editors and feature writers who will go from Kootenny Crossing with horses and pack-
train across Wolverine pass and s<
ou to tlie prairies.
Mrs. Gibbon together with their two
sons and one daughter accompanied
Mr. Gibbon thin far and will pass the
summer at their ranch home Toby
Creek Lodge,
Amongst other celebrants lu the
tote of the official opening cf the new
highway on lhe :!0th Inst., from the
outside were Donald Stewart Dolg, re-
[)©resenting Hie California Auto Association; lion. W. J. Bowser; C, J.
Stlnson of the National parks branch,
together with cars from Sun Francisco, Oregon and Washington; Mr. D.
Crawford and Lionel J. Peaks and
wife from Vancouver wore amongst
tiie llrst in. Press representatives under tbo charge ofMnx lOnot of tlie C.
P. It. publicity department, New Yofk,
who represent the foreign top-not ch-
ors are Reginald and Mrs. Townsend,
"Country Life"-; Armstrong Roberts,
"Forest and Stream"; Ralph Boyer,
"Country Life'; Mr. and Mrs. Poleu-
ske, Chicago; Charles Peters, artist
of "Life"; Leroy Miller, "Life"; Albert Britt editor, "Outing"; W. J. Ed-
wards, president "Topical Pres=„
London, England; Stacey Jones, New
York Tribune; W. H. Chrisman,
ton, Mass., H, H. McClure, Associated
Press, and last but not least our own
Arthur Stringer,
The local Indians and those from
outside reserves in their picturesque
teepees, on it high commanding site
will have their spiritual and temporal linpplnoss looked after hy the Rev.
Father C. E. Evans, S. J., Indian
Agent II. F, Helmslng, and Farm Instructor Fred Ryckman;
which, it is predicted here, that the i
Kaslo end will bo merged in with Slocan, and the Creston end, wllh a few
of tbe hike polls, and the territory us
fur east as Yahk, included iu a brand
new riding, of which Creston will be
the electoral head quarters.
The 192a list for Kaslo riding will
show at least 1700 names, und of these
It Is estimated that more than half ure
located in Creaton Valley. On the now
list the only poll that shows a decrease at this end is Camp Lister,
where removals of the past year have
clipped off possibly 25 per cent, of the
old-time vote.
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| ELKO
S     HAPPENINGS
Major Hicks, of Cranbrook. motored In on Weilnefcduy,
Mr. H'. C. BnjMwilen, lbe oil king of
Culgary, was au Elko ami district
visitor uu Wednesday.
Mr. G. Jolinson, of Ferule, Spoilt tl
few days is Elko during the week.
Mrs. pope, district Rod Cross nurse;
of Waldo, visited the school on Thms-
duy ami distributed prizes to the
cleanest and tidiest children,
Mr. Alex RlrnlcT T. Duncan, \V.
Morrison aud Bill Robert**!! motor
ed Into Granbi'odk, Wednesday,
Mr. Johnnie McKay anil Percy Sims
met with an accident whilst driving
their car Wednesday evening on tho
^Ferule road, near Fernie, and altho'
the car was badly damaged the occupants escaped with a few brui.-.es.
Dr. MacKinnon, of Cranbrook, was
a business vistor .Wednesday.
Four of iho Elko school children
were present at lbe Waldo school,
entrance sitting, during tlie week.
Mr. W. Lloyd, of Kelownn, was an
Elko and district visitor. Thursday.
Mr Dave Black, of Fernie, was a
buiness visitor, Friday.
OUR ADVERTISING ALPHABET
/ir FACT
fi* true,yes,ii if.
Live ones nho eamrthe
klmei-Stie'BiZ'!
Edmouton, All".. -Corn raising will
be fairly general ou Ibe prairies ot
tho "Canadian west this year, with
iiioro tblin 450 farmers cuguged in
raising what was formerly regarded
as a product of the torrid regions.
W. D. Tregols, president of the Alberta Com Growers' Association, Is
distributing iwo car loads of corn seed
lo farmers from us far south as
Coutts, Alberta, to the Peace River
country, and from as far west as Victoria, R(\, to Manitoba in Die east,
lt fs expected thai aboul 27,000 auros
will be planted In corn Ihis year.
Wllh CRESTON BE MADE
NEW RIDING RY PROCESS
OF REDISTRIBUTION]
L. D. CAFE
'■ (Little Dafenport)
Wh»n you wiah something good
to eat go to tho "L.D."
OlIB   PBICEB    ABE    BIGHT
DEPOT ROOMS
VAK HOHNK ST.   Off N'"1""
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When In Town Stop Here
Montana Restaurant
MtnlH at All Honrg
Cigar*, Cigarettes and Candlei
Craiibriiuk 8k     -     FkOM 101
Opp. Bank of Commerce
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Oppoille W. D. Hlll'e
Flrat CUM  Work  Guaranteed.
PILES
k onn bill Hit- liitlcror knowi the (errlbli «kui>v
or thr .'. in!,.- ntture or PHei »nil how hope!***
n s.fiiii tu try fur relief In ultitmeiiU, lajrctlu.it
kliil   (llltlotl.
Genius producei
"PAX"
Internal Pile Remedy
I'm I* Hi" i>re*rrl[>tlnn of a well known phyilcltn
■till   !-:i"   HOW,l   IUlTr*.»flll    III   htlllllfUlt   til   Cl*l'«.
To*   ■■   Internal  dliilnct  (n.ui  any othtr treat-
mml     Ar-i>lli'Mlon*. f-fllii Ihe tmi-ltle are futile
Nn  ulniiiiviiH,   iiijiTtli,!!*-  or  dlliturt.  are  hKtV
Mfy    !Mt Ih cumf.leii! anil ii a fefptable remedy,
cunt liiu in) ilrtiKi or  alrotiol,
ll   Jim   Int.'   urn  )iitii..*[n   found   rili,f   do  l.ut
il.-iir.lr,   *i|ari>  your   faltli   111   Vtt.
Kictpi   in    ivi.uiilly  iiutiUorn catet one bat   li
n*ti*lly  tiifflclrnt
flrl "PAX" (rom ymir Dnintht at If lie cannot
inppl-r tog lend One Dollar and "PAX" «iu i-
~'iit Mil tu u |ilatn patkaiKv
CBOWH CHEMICAL
PRODUCTS Or CAVADA
101S Domlaloa ■olMUf
VAMCOtnraa, a. 0.
WASA NOTES
pioneer of the Kootenays who lias
mnnagod puck trains over tiie mountain trails of tiie Hast and Wert Kootenay criuntry and believes that his
adopted country in B. C, will make
good in the future wlion Hie great!
storehouse -of mineral wealth shall
have been more fully developed.
Hen Johnson, the Wasa section boss
was renewing acquaintances among
the boys on Dominion Day.
Mr. and JTrs. Ij. Magratli and Mr
Tom Boyter of Wolf Creek motored
through Wasa ou Sunday from Crnnbrook.
Eddie Bickford is taking a vacation
at Wasa, pending a Chango in the
w-ather conditions.
Phil Cyr, who contracts loading fnr
the Uoverlng Company was a Cran
brook visitor over the week-end. Mr
Cyr hails from Quebec and Is a for
mldablc specimen of the French Can
adian. having for u time performed In
the prize ring with .ome merit and
results.
Mr. E, II. Myers, the clothing man
of Nelson.made the rounds of the district lasl week nnd reports thnt ho
lias been quite successful lu hi.- venture.
Robert McBean resinned bis position
at tbe Lovering camps to lake a vacation.
Scotty McBJtchie, the tonsorial artist lefl Wasa, lo spend Dominion Day
ill Fernie after which he expects, to
proceed to the const where he may
ana in take up the profession of n
barber.
Jack Taylor spent Sunday ot his
home in Cranbrook.
Jack Lynch enlisted his services at
the Lovering camps as a kitchen me
f'hnulc. but has been super-eded by
Harry iSrlcknoti.
Creston, B.C.—At least one hundred
names were ndded~to the provincial
voters' list of tbe Kaslo riding from
the seven polling places in Creston
valley, In lbe revision which closed
last week, when •Ronald Hewat, registrar of voters, sat as a court of revision. Added interest was shown, in
the event, due to the approaching re-
lifdrihuiltm  of  provincial  ridings nt
Mr. F. Clarki
Friday In Elko.
of Cranbrook, spent
Bride of Aged
Coca-Cola King
Mr. Tom Boggs, of the mill staff
was one of those who turned their al
tentlon to road repair work during the
Interval when Ihe mill was closet
down,
•4-hurley West, the Cherry creek
rancher, wns a Wasa visitor 'or the
Dominion Day activities at tho burg.
Blllte Floyd, engineer of Wolf creek
spent tbe week end at bis home at
Wasa.
"Scotty" McRltchle has returned
from Fernie where he celebrated Dominion Day und says that It was the
hest ever.
Truck hauling has been resumed on
tbo Lovering highways though considerable work remains lo be done to
bring Iho roads Into condition after
the recent heavy rains.
F. McDonald has enlisted his services as bookman for the Messrs, Jeffrey, the contractors at tbo Lovering
wootlf.  dporatlons.
Mr. Charles Stephens nf the Tracy
district was a visitor to the levering
Mr. Btcveu U «
Mr. J. A. Stewart, of Cranbrook, was
a visitor Friday.
Miss Florence Sheridan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sheridan was removed to the hospital at Cranbrook
on Friday, suffering from an attack of
pleurisy.
Mr. Barney Rarnstead, of Galloway,
motoretl iu on Friday en route to Fernie, and returned with his little daughter Vera.
Mrs. Joe Sheridan is a patient in
St. Kugene hospital, Cranbrcbk, suffering from an attack ot Ibrnat I rouble.
Mrs. Jack Graham and children are
spending n few day! In Fernie.
Mr. SWOOP, lhe C.P.R. npent has
been confined to bis homo through Illness for the pas two weeks.
Mrs. Rao spent Saturday morning
shopping in Ferule.
Mr. W. Woods is spending a few
days in LethbrdRe and Calgary,
Mrs. Vetty spent n few days In Fertile during the week.
Numerous Elkoltes went down In
Fernie for tho Dominion day celebrations.
A universal custom
that benefits everybody.
Aids digestion,
cleanses the teeth,
After
Every
McaL
y soothes the threat.
WRiGLEYS
a good thing
to remember
Sealed in
iis Purity
Package
FLAVOR LASTS
Mrs. May Little Rnitln, mother of
two ctitltlrrn. Is tin- new l.rule of
Asa tl. Chandler. Sr., millloualre
Cwii-Cole king. Slit' was n public
atcnographer In tho Clniudlur Build.
Iiii: nt Ailiintu, (in., mid Is Bcarcely
imir lil. »:;■
The Wasa liotol. for Borne lima un-
ilor llio iniiiiniiOiiHiiil Of Mr. Horry
Miinroa, line onangad IiiiihIh li Ib sold
:nnl Mr, Ivcr Knudaen, formerly of
iho imperial hotel muff win have Mm
responsibility of tlio urnut Noetelry In
futnro.
Ti-il Cretney of Fori Steele pnaaed
tlirnupli Wa«u oil route lo IiIb ranch
on siioi'ii Creek.
Dominion Day at Waaa waa uiipni-
prlately observed by lx.tli visitors and
townspeople.
Mis. .lanlii. Ci'owi'. >. i' Crnnbrook.
Mra. Rohorl Crowe, of Wycliffe, and
Mrs. Mill Crow«,<of Wnsa, woro a motor parly lo tho illslrlrl on Monday.
the camps of ibo Uvorlni Lumber Co.
wero visited and oilier places of Interest along Iho route.
Jock and Halpb Moore nud Hurry
Erlckson are lute arrlvnla trom Cam?
rose. Alia.
John Uleburdson, formerly of Com
rose, Altu., hns lalien Iho position of
stublo boss at Ihe camps, which posl.
lion was formerly hold by Eddie Bfck-|Calgary, Alta,
lord Jane 20th, IMS.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CKAIS'BKOOK TltAIN TIMES
HO «7 DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver,
Spokane etc. Arrive 12.10 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
NO. G8 DAILY—To Pernio, Lethbridge,
Medicine Hat, OilAixy, etc. Arrive
4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Craubronb, NyclltiV, Klmherler Service t
Nn, 82S—Leave 7.05 a.m. No. S2I—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Crnnbrook, Lake Windermere nnd
(■'olden Sertlro
Monday and Thursday, ench wepfc
■NO. NSI. leave !> a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—NO. 823 arrive B.3Q pan.
Por further particular* apply to any
ticket uRent.
J. W. PROCTOR,
District l'atiaeiiger ARent, ('ulgury.
MAIL CONTRACT
S!-:ai.ki> TflJM1)DR8, addressed u
tlio I'oslnui.ster (letienil, wilt be re*
colvod oi Ottawa until noon, wi Pii
day. (lie lOiii day ot Aiikuki, lit2.1, Tor
iho conveyance of His Majesty^ Malta,
dn a protioseil Contracl for Tour yenra,
tourteon ttmeH por week ou tlie route
Penile ami Railway Station (('an.
Pac.) from the lui of October next.
Printed notices containing further
iiifuriiuiliuii ns to t'oniHiioiiri nf pro.
posed Contract m»y be seen and blank
forum cif Tender may bo obtained at
tho POst Oflloe of Pernio, B, ('., and at
tin* ofllce of the Poll Oillco Inspector,
Posi Office Inspeotor's office, Oalgory.
Aiborta,
I). A. BRUCE,
Poit Office Inapoctor.
mmmtmrmmme^—,
FRAME'S BREAD
18 GOOD BRKAII
Ills Pies, Cnkes anil Pantry   cau   nnt  be  beateu.
THE HOME HAKFItV
1'Iione &.'      •      Norbury Ave.
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Li™ of Hall Paper
Id Slock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phon. 409 at all hour.
CKA3HKU0K    .    .    .    B.C.
Use Milk
Like
Cream
Any recipes which demand
ereum can be made wlh Pucttle
Milk ns It comes from the can,
without diluting;.
lu ii salad, for instance where
cream in mentioned, u,o the
sanib quantity of Pacific. You'll
Hud It ulves a snwothnottt
nnd rich creamtness of flavor
thnt lit nloOr than when fifnli
croanf in ute'd*
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
HmiI »M«s VanMinr, R.r,
Fr.rtnrlM al AbMaf.nl ■.* Ul»r,
ll-tl Friday, July 6tli, 102.1
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE  FIVB
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN A ND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
PROMOTION UST AND
MONTHLY  REPORT
KIMBERLEY SCHOOL
Division I.
Honor Roll:
Proflcltitcy — Paul Soderuolm.
Attendance — Thomaa Slimmer*.
Ileportiuont — Albert Hodqttlat.
Perfect Attendance.—Umiiie Flatter,
l.eoiiu llt>|ikliia, Albert HodrrulBt,
Paul Sotlorbullu.
I'ronitnlDiiH lo QrailQ 7. — Louise
Flatter, Floranoe MorrUon, Alice l >n-
ora, Paul Boilorltolm, Florence Mnjon,
Albert Hodqutat, Donald MaaKomdo,
Pronioil'uiH to Qrudo li. — TUomna
Summers,   Phyllla    Bluynoy,    I mi
Hopklua, Henry McKay, Eugono McKay.
Division II.
Honiir Holl:
Proficiency — Hetty Mason.
Deportment — Cltrlaale Kooto.
Attendance — Sam Soderholm.
Oarl  Oavanaugli,  Elmer  Cavanaugh,
and Adrian Lewis ul:k) attended every
day.
Perfect Attendance.— Charles Burr.
Prank Davis, Marguerite Caldwell,
Carl Cavanaugh, James Davis, Arnold
Hedtiulst, Ethel Hedqulrst, Willie
Hutchlns, Elmer Cavanaugh, Arthur
Johnson, Adrian Lewis, Vcne Lewis,
Reggie MacLeod, Betty Mason, Elsie
Morrison, Margaret Morrison. Mnxine
Murphy, Ines Reece, Sam SoUerliolni,
Eva Spinas, Lome Summers, Frank
Hopkins, Kathleen Matthews.
Promoted to Grade 5.—Jean Young,
Margaret Morrison, James Davis. Hel-
Laundry Work Wanted
WILL BE WELL DONE
— Apply —
MRS. H. A. LEITNER,
KIMBERLEY - - V.C.
When You Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phone SO     ::     Crnnlirnok
Bole Agents for Kimberley Tonnsltc.
Dimor's Cafe
KIMBERLEY
— Open Day and Night —
You will Enjoy your Meals al
this Cafe
Our Service la Prompt and we
always try tn please.
ICE CREAM - SOFT DRINKS
Light Refreshments
B.C. RESTAURANT & ROOMS
Opposite Depot
Hookh by Day or Week    l.iulit Lunch
MmW . Krult . Soft Hrliik*. - Cniiily
I'lgnin end Tohnrro*
(HAHI IK WING • Kimberley
on Reece, Holly Mason, Elaie Morrl
koii, Agnes PearBOn, Adrian LowLs
Alma Honle, Dorothy Leltner, Alva
Reece, Marguerite Caldwell, Allen
Loll nor, Lena 1 ion lo Murray Mac-
Kenzle, lues Recce, Lome Suiiiiiil'I'h,
Promoted to Grade 4.—Maxi:ie Mnr-
liliy, Evil Snltlks, Artliur Johnson, Isn
belt ft young, Roao Lo parti, Ethel Hed.
qtllat, Uogglo MacLeod, Arnold Hed-
QUfst. Sam Soderholm, Jessie Bonner,
Chuiics Uarr, Willie llutchiiiH, Arthur
Andrews Prank Hopkins, Archie Doran, Carl Cavanaugh) Vono bowls,
Olu'lSBlo Koole.
Division in.
Honor Roll!
Proficiency — Kiln McKay.
Attondanco — Edna Johnson.
DoporUnonJ      Tholmn Houle,
Perfect Attendance. ~ Ulmlys Ally,
Edna Jolinson, Elln McKay, Murray
MacLdoiJ. CllfCoril Lepard, Isobi'l Lo-
pard, liiu Carlflon, liny Morrison,
Promotions to Grade '••■—Ella McKay, Frank Pearaon, Hoy James, Ho-
Pearson.
bert Wtttklns,  Clifford  Lepard,  Iris
Caiisim, Billy Young. Alice Pearaon.
Promotions to Grade 2; Second
Term,—Genevieve Dacre, Loin Splntts,
Paul Diuiiyu.ski, Doris Clark, Beatrice Hopkins.
Promoted to Grade 2; First Term.—
Tbelma Houle, Gladys Herbrand, Eilna
Johnson, Gladys Ally, Gladys Hell,
Isobol Lepard, Murray MacLefod, Jean
Walkios.
Promotod to Grade 1; Second Term.
—Norman Burdett, Louise Dacre,
Kntherine Cavanaugh, Evelyn Blayuey,
Frances ljooney, Roy Morrison.
I'll meet you at the Club Cafe, Cranbrook. 15tt
Morning and afternoon trips to
Kimberley from Brown & Morley'a
Stage office opposite Kootenay Garage
Phono GUI tf
Tbo wrecking train went out from
Cranbrook ou Wednesday evening
or ihis week up to Kimberley. where
a work train had 'become derailed.
Tbe Chevrolet is tlio logical car for
tbis district,
lfitf KIMnERLEV GARAGE.
WILL REDUCE TAXES
ON PRODUCING MINKS
FOR OKK DKl'LtiTlOX
Owners of metalliferous mines in
British Columbia will receive lux allowance for depletion of their properties through mining operations from
year to year on the name basis as h
grained by the Dominion government,
a deputation of mining men was informed last week by premier John
Oliver and other members of the provincial cabinet.
lieu-mi for Everything
Wife;   "John,   I'm  ttysguaied with
thia old mr. it squeaks dreadfully,"
John -"Oan't he helped m'denr.
There is pig iron In them axles."
Don't Throw Away Those Old Tires
YOU ARE) THROWING AWAY   RflAIi MILEAGE*
Send them down by the Stage for our Inspection,    if
tliey ure not worth repairing, wi will advise you,
We guarantee all our work and pay charges one way*
NKU uml RKPAIREI) TIKIS  ILWAYS ON IIWll
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
OPPOSITE LIQUOR STOKE OIUNBROOK, B.C.
ki>iiii:klky t'OSCEMRA-
TOR NEARING COMPLE
TIONj WILL OPEN SOON
(Rossland Miner)
Word from Kimberley is to the effect that the big concentrator being
erected there by the Consolidated
Mining A Smelling Co., of Canada,
Ltd., owning and operating the hUgc
reduction works at Tadanac ami the
big gold producer* of Rossland, l*
Hearing completion und may be In
operation about the first of September.
The reBUmplou of operations here
depends entirely upiiii tlio completion
of tho Kimberley mill, which, when
the ore from the Sullivan mine is
consumed by this plant, will give for
lim treatment of the Rossland ore
Iho concentrator now employed for
Sullivan ore ut Tadanac.
Also, for greuter stimulating of op-
orations here, must conre the ore of
Copper Mountain, Delay is occasioned at Copper Mountain because of the
condition of the railway leading Co
the mine. Word comes from Princeton to the effect that work has been
started by the C.P.R. on the Cdpper
Mountain spur and that contrary to
tlie rather disquieting rumors there
has heen no evidence of any cessation
in the work of preparing for a renewal of operations there.
The Immense rolls to be Installed
at the Rostand mines of the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company
have arrived. Work on the concrete
foundations for the crushing plant
lire progressing rapidly and it is expected the plant will be turned over
before the concentrator at Trail is
released to take ores from tho local
mines.
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook Pi>°n» its
ROBINSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGEO FOR
[
DANCE ORCHESTRA
For Dates Apply
F. G. NOVAK
Phone 374 -        - Cranbrook B.C*
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KIMBERLEY       f
NEWS NOTES     1
****>M>+**++*-»*M'***********
List your property with Martin
Bros, 15
Before leaving for home Miss Muriel Smyth spent tho week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Shannon.
Brown's Stage wilt take Watches
(locks. Jewelry, etc., for repair to
LEIGH, the JEWELLER, Cranbrook
Leave work at Dimor's Cafe. 15tf
Mr. Robertson, principal of the public school for the past three years,
left for his home in Nelson, where he
lias accepted a position on the school
staff of that city.
Miss A. V. Stevenson who hns been
leaching school here for the pnst term
left on Monday for her home in Van
MHlVer, going via Spokane, where she
Will stop for a few days.
When we sell you a car we also are
prepared to give you service.
tr,tf KIMBERLEY OARAGE.
A farewell party was given last
week for Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cos.
grnve previous to their departure for
I heir new home In Cajleman, Alta.
Many regrets were expressed at their
leaving aud as a slight token of esteem a presentation was made to
thorn.
Before deciding on that new building or that repair work, see Geo. R
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kimberley and Cranbrook. 18tf
Mrs. Hi Morrison left on Monday
fnr Spokane. The Morrison rest flic
rant which baa been the mecca for
ninny Klmberleyites (V>r past years
hus been closed and this portion of
tbe building taken over by tbe Murk
Crook store. There will be no change
SO far ns tbe rooms nro concerned.
The Chevrolet   Is   well equipped—
easy riillng—easy to drive, and commodious,
IT.tf KIMBERLEY OARAGE
Mr, George Logftn accompanied by
Miss Elsie Morrison went to Nelson
on Saturday to spend a few day-.
Brown's Stage leaves Kimberley
morning and afternoon for Cranbrook.
Enquire at Dimor's Cafe. lBtf
An accident occurred on the town-
site road when a little red "bug'
went over the bank going right to the
track. Luckily the occupants escaped
with their lives, the lady receiving a
severe shaking up and the man a
broken jaw; they are both progressing nicely now.
Let Brown's Stage bring us that
watch or clock for repair. We'll do
the   rest.      LEIGH, the JEWELLER,
Jones & Doris, Cranbrook contractors, will be pleased to estimate ou
that new building. 15
The picnic held under the auspices
of the G.W.V.A, took place on Monday July 2nd, at Marysvllle. The
weather left nothing to bo desired and
by two o'clock the grounds were dot-
led with people. Each child was
given a ticket entitling him or her to
three Ice cream cones, enclosed In a
bag With nuts and candy, The races
provided amusement to young and
old, the ago limit being from 8 to 60
years. A base ball game ensued
throughout the afternoon, in the
vetting, Mr. George James and bis
band were sealed on a truck and supplied ihe music for those who wished
to dance on the green,    Later, when
became dark the dancers adjourned
an hotel where dancing was the
feature until midnight. Everyone de-
lured they had 11 right good time und
one woe heard to remark that it was
just like ould times in the mild country.
Anyone considering taking life insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
huve specialized in that business for
fifteen years. i5tf
Mr. Price Green has been transferred to Golden. His many friends ure
.orry to see him go but they all wish
him the best of success iu his new location.
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious,
Clean, comfortable. ictf
WEDDING
ironGSOx—arcGREGOH
A wedding of particular Interest to
Marysvllle people took place quietly
on Thursday of last week, June 28th,
at the Knox Church Manse, Cranbrook, when Miss Virginia Mary Mc
Gregnr nr Marysvllle was united in
marriage to Mr, John Goldle Hodgson,
also of Marysvllle. The ceremony
took place iu tho evening, Rev. E. W.
MacKay oillcial ing. Accompanying
the bridal couple were tho father or
the groom and a brother of the bride.
Miss McGregor has been teaching nt
the Marysvllle School for the past
two years, and the groom Is well
known, having resided In the district
for a long tfme
Mr. and Mrs. Rbdgson are now en
joying a motor tour honeymoon.
letter accompanied
GIFT 0|   TltlHUTti FOR
LATE >H(S. THOS. MALONE
(olintioii   Hade   by   Visiting
Dokkies During Recent Gath
i-riiiy In This City
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
Of Canada Limited
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TBAIl,   BBITISII   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purehaiertof Hold, Silver, Copper, Lead A Zinc Orel
Prodieen of Gold, Sliver, Coppor, Pig Lead aad Zinc
•TADANAC"BRAND
Cranbrook.
lfitt
Mrs. Seaton and little son tlonarted
Monday for Springdalo, Wash., to visit
with friend..
Kimberley ll.GO .Ingle, (2.50 return
from the Brown and Morley Binge
office. Parcel, called for and delivered In Kimberley     Phono GUI,      tf
Mr. Andrew* from Wycliffe wn. In
town Sunday, visiting hi. numerous
friends.
The upkeep and operating cost of
th* Chevrolet I. lew than any other
car mad*.
OABAOB.
WYCLIFFE NOTES '
Some of us ure happy when chasing
tho elusive tea cup ut pink teas,
others prefer that equally well known
Indoor sport of bluffing at tho royal
ami ancient game of draw, but a real
old time picnic Is u drawing curd
Which never fulls to bring young and
Id of both soxeo together in a spirit
of fun. The school picnic held on
Thursday afternoon und evening of
last week was an event which left nulling to lie desired except perhaps
more of the same kind. Heal picnic
weather pi oval led throughout the day
and the picnic spirit kept, up with It.
In the afternoon races were held for
tiie children, and In the evening the
grown ups arrived to join with the
younger folks ln cutting down tho
upply of good things to eat. Then
the baseball events were got under
way, the first game being between the
married men and the single men,
which the benedicts lost. As tlie second game was to be between tlie ladles and the winners of the first game
some cynical cuss suggests that the
bonded and shuckled nine dropped
the game to the bachelors to preserve
domestic peace, but one finds these
married men to be brave fellows when
their wives aren't around. Shortly
after the first argument was finished
on tho more or lean rough and ready diamond, the second half of the
louble header started, ladies vs. single men. The bachelors said "ladies first" and they were, but not
through any intentions of their opponents; rather through the mighty
pitching of Miss Jacqueline Penning
ton, a charming young lady from the
wilds of St. Mary's Prairie. Jackie
pitched u remarkable game and her
conduct was becoming and ladylike.
She Is young, with wonderfully upholstered hair. The excitement of
the last game over, the picnic diaper
sod for home. An Informal dance
wns later held till twelve thirty iu the
clubhouse, putting the gilt edge ou a
perfect day.
Miss Agnes Reekie and Miss Curley,
their school duties over till next September, left on Sunday. Mlsti Reekie Is going Coaatwarda to her home
In Vonvoiiver, while Miss Curley intends to "follow the birds to Victoria," where she will take a special
course at summer school. It Is expected thut both will return to commence the new school year In the
fall.
Sunday's ball game In Cranbrook
between a Cranbrook.Wycliffe  team
eigiit back to tiie bench from the
plate. Mitchell was Skaaden's chief
worry gathering for himself the nice
total of four hits out ot five times up
io bat. Skaaden himself spoiled a
perfect day at bat liy picking up a sizzling drive and throwing Mitchell out
nt first on his fifth sprint down ihe
hat-e line. The score credits Moaners" Perry with bul three earned
runs ont of a total of eight, agatnsl
tho locnls' four tallies.
Box Score Totals
AD li ll PO A E
Wycllffe-Cran-
brook   :;;i 11  4 27 11  ;
Bonner's Ferry    to 7 82712 6
Summary.-- Hits off Pennington 7,1
bfl Skaaden 11; struck out by Pennington 8, by Skaaden B; bases on
balls by Penjnington 1, by Skaaden 3;
liiL batsmen, Pennington 2; Innings
pitched. Penning ton D, Skaaden 9;
two base hits .Kent; stole bases Piper, Kent; fir.--! base on error. Wyc-
tiffe-Cranbrook -. Bonner's Ferry c>.
Umpire, Trew
' When using -
WILSON S
FLY PADS
READ   DIRECTIONS      /
$.       CAREFULLY AND/
L   o   FOLLOW THEM /
\-v      EXACTLY/'
**yV\   y
Best of all Fly Killers 10c
per Packet at all Drupgfsts,
Grocers nnd General Stores
such ventures thut are bound ir take
place as so.in as this sr.'ln of the
beautiful Kuiteua? lakes becomes
belter known tnd the possibilities of
i summer resort more appreciated.
Mr.
•.ml   Mrs
Hob
ert
Irosb'
and
'itinlly
or Qoldeil ll.i
..   a
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siting
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nnd rclii
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. and
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it  homo
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Mrs. E
J. Plsif
Mosl
>r Claren
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■raby
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siting
n  Wy
ditto ami
up
Ills
old
ihool
friends
Ile Is
Bta,
up :
t the
li in.1
(it Mr.
Olid Mrs.
W. 1
.enei
ti.
The gloom in the dry;,bed has become even more prouunced in tbe lasi
few days, the solo, "I Know What It
Means to be Lonesome," baring now
become a duet, while occasionally,
"I'm All By .Myself" bj rendered with
pathetic appeal.
Speaking of songs, has everybody
heard "Sparkplug" and the "Duke,"
render that beautiful little ballad of
mother love entitled, "If Roger Fans
With a Baseball Bat, Would He
Whiff with a Whiffle Tree?"
Major Mallamlaine got back on
uesday from New Westminster,
where he was last week attending
Masonic Grand Lodge, He was defeated on the final ballot for grand
junior warden, but was again bUCCOSA-
ful In getting re-elected grand sen-
lev deacon, w. Bro, w. r. Attridge
of Cranbrook is the new D. D, O. M.
for District No. S,—Oreston Review.
(From the Kootenay Times', Nelson)
Shortly after tho Dokkies bad arrived In Cranbrook lasl Saturday, tliey
learned of a very sod und deserving
case, Mrs. M. Malone, of that cily
who had been about and doing on
Wednesday and had suddenly died ou
Thursday iu St. Eugene Hospital
leaving a large family of eight children. The funeral was held ou Sut-
urday from tbe Catholic church, Rev
Pother Murphy officiating.
During the recess or the Temple,
William MoCandllsh, the presiding
Officer, called the attention of tlie
members lo this very sad and deserving case, ?.nd after addressing the
meeting In n few well chosen words,
requested that a collection be taken
for the famil:. Tiie sum of $60 waa
raised and which has since been forwarded to tho family with tho acconv
panying letter from tlie NeUotn Dokkies,
Thos. Malone, Esq.
Cranbrook, B. (\
Dear Sir:
During onr visit to the City of
Cranbrook, Saturday, Julio 23rd 1923
we, the members of Shorn el Nesshn
Temple 127, learned of the sad and
sudden dealt) of your beloved wife,
whom we were informed was about
and well the day prior to her demise.
That it has pleased Our Almighty
Father, in hi* infinite wisdom to have
called her at this time to her eternal
rest, we do wish to extend to you nnd
tbe members of your family, our
heartfelt sympathy and prayers.
That you and your family mny ever
strive to live nud lo do that which
sho would have you do lo her memory
for good.
"May Her Soul Rest In Peace.1
We enclose to you our cheque for
$i;o Collected at our ceremonial, as a
murk or our appreciation and esteem
of her, though muuII, yet we hope and
trust it will be our part to help you
and youra to meet your llnaiicial obligations, so suddenly brought upon
you ut this tlmo of trouble ,
Mny yon bo true, gocd nnd stead-1
fast In tho Faith, und may Cod blew|
you aud yours Is Uio wl«h of lhe'
members of Shorn ol Noflslln Temple,
Dramatic Order Knlglilfl of Khor-
rtiHsan, and on behalf of our good
brothers in tho City of Cranbrook.
I remain, yours respectfully,
\      William Irvtit* Secretary.
DEMPSEY RETAINS
TITLE IN FIFTEEN
ROUND BATTLE
The big fight nt Shelby. Mont., on
Wednesday, when the heavyweight
Hosing champion, hip of the world was
at stake, was ii"t a Bucceas in many
ways. The uncertainty attending the
financial arrangements tended to detract from the Interest which otherwise might have been taken Iu the
light, and the attendance at tbe big
arena which had been erected there
for the event was not large. A heavy
financial loss will likely attend the
affair when the matter come., to be
closed up. Tbe big event on the card
wherein Tommy Gibbons of St Paul,
and a representative nine from Bon-j was contesting Jack Dempsey's right
tier's Ferry Ida., was more or less ajto hold the heavyweight world's cbflm*
comedy of errors, although Ihe bat-1 pionsbip, went tiie full scheduled
ting work left nothing to be deslr-l length of fifteen rounds, the decision
ed.       No less than thirteen errors j going to Dempsey on points.
were handed out to the field, out of; — >-»*> —
which the locals took half   and   the (itAMIROOK PEOPLE
ipl;iij|H
odd one for a total of seven. Although the "breaks" of a game are always orfered as an alibi by the losing team there is no doubt with regard to this particular game, tiie wln-
WILL HAVE SIMMER COL-
0\V AT MIRROR LAKE
(Kootenalan, Ka- loj
We understand U.a'  D1 a real' cf
nera had horseshoes draped all overjan investigation into the locations
them, and their pockets full or four-.around here by prominent Cranbrook
leaved clover. Witness the pitchers' citizens a shop tlnw ago that tluy
redprds; Skaaden being touched for [have purchased tbe Baker property al
eleven safeties, while.Pennington WW I Mirror Lake 3 mi let scuth f.f Kaslo.
only punished for seven; Skaaden' and will subdivide the property into
passed three and struck oui six, while lots, erecting BUmmi r bungalow-
Pennington passed   one   and     sent     This is only the first of a number of
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SUMNER VACATION EXCURSIONS
lo
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Either All Rail or vlu lhe Oreal Lakes.
NOW ON SAI,K    •     RETURN LIMIT OCT. »M.
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Lake Wapta, Lake O'llara, Yoho Valley, Emerald Lake
Chalet, Moraine Lake and Lake Windermere—
Open Till September 15til.
s v e c i a i, i, v  r e i» r c r. i>  v \ it e s
Information an to Karen anil assistance in making ynur iilan*.
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CRANBROOK      -      - B.C.
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Digesfibl<
/ Successful in
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BRIER PAGE SIX
TIIE  CRANBROOK  HERAM)
Friday, July 6th, 1928
efeteett************************************.********
WB CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF |
ii Community Plate Cb%   I
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1847 Rogers Silverware |
A. EARLE LEIGH |
Watohmaker & Jewellor       Norbury Ave.  Noxt Di»r Star Theatre
Better Tone
From All Records
\
THAT'S the main reason
•wlvj you should choose
■ Brunswick. The fact that
its exclusive method of reproduction means better tone
from ell records. The Brunswick is (he only phonograph
vjhich possesses fl genuine
All-Wood Oval Horn and
me Ultona Tone Arm and
Reproducer vjluch plays all
records with the correct point,
position nnd -weight
Come in nnd let us shov?
j)ou ho* vJell me Brunswrck
fulfils every clnim we make
for it.
EASY TERMS
J. B. HASLAM
AkrJe U ilhmrat,*! StfL 2*2
—$260. Oth.rT.fcU.&U.
iu-1 ami Console Model, free
$60 to $400.
AGENT
0BANBR0OK   -   U.C.
/
Mrs. H. Shepherd, of Duck Cn-clc, ll. w. Horehmer wns confined to the
who fs nt present  a  patient  at  tlio Imsliilul for a few tluys last week-end
hospital, Is retried to ln> Improving Inn was able i„ leavo again mi Ttles-
slowly. day.
THE CAMDY BOX
Is Now Open
EVERYTHING NEW AM> (MUX
OUR GOODS AUK ALT, HOME PRODUCTS
AS FAR AS POSSIBLE.
SERVICE TIIE REST   -   PRICES RIGHT
Norbury Ave.
Opposite City Hall
it0paamP1*aaa%r^s\9m^*r^m*s\\*m^ss\*^tm**^^*r^
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS will be received by the trader.lgued up tn
Saturday noun, July Uth, 1988, lor the erection nud completion "t u
two-alorev business block Ml Baker Street, Cranbrook, ll.C.
All trades are included In the general contract. Certified i-lic-
nues equal to ten per cent, of ihe amount of tender to accompany all
bids, Ibo Ch80.ua of tbe BUCCOBBtUl telllliler lu Ile hold as surety till-
'  ill completion. ....
Copies ot the Plan* and Specifications may bo obtained [rom
tho undersigned upon deposit of the sum of five Dollnra, wluoh will
bo returned when the Plans ami Specifications are returnetl tn gnnd
order. ^
Tbo lowesi or any Under nut riecossarlty accepter.
RAWORTH BROS.
JEWELLERS July lib, 1983 CRANBROOK, B.C
J
Preserving Strawberries
We are now booking orders for —
Preserving Strawberries
and expect to have a few the latter part of the
week, ao please leave your orders early, as they
will be filled in rotation.
PRICE     $3.50 per Crate
Sugar Cheaper
$(i.00
100 lbs  $11.75       GO lbs	
20 lbs $2.70      10 lbs $1.40
MRS. MAINE'S PINEAPPLE *IAIIM..1,A1>E
Per Tin 11.15
John MANNING
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I  LOCAL 1
Aappemng^
Insure with Beule and Elwell.
HORN— On Tuesday, July 3rd, to
Mr. and Mrs. U. A. TliompBOn, of Waldo, at tho St. Eugene Hospital, a boii.
W. P. Doran carries a full line oi
both liootB nud Shoes, and General
Goods. See him for tliat new Co.igo-
li'iiin Rug, or a Simmons' Bed. —Do
an's Low Prices Win Every Time.
3tf
Garden Party and Dunce Friday*
July Klili nt the Golf and Country Club
S it.ui. Everybody welcome. 10-21
Just arrived —a new shipment of
Lifubnoy Running Shoes. All sizes
for Men Women and Children at
Cranbrook Exchange.
Our  low  prices  win  every tlmo
9tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0; Adlard of Pernio wore week-end visitors in tholr
former home town, Mr. Adlnrd came
in on Saturday, and Mrs. Adlard on
Sunday, both returning to Pernio
Mouduy,
On Tuesday, July 17th, the yonng
pooplc of the Catholic church will hold
a lawn social al Ihe cliuivh, there will
be lots uf fun anil everybody Is most
welcome. Dance afterwards In lhe K.
P, Hall.   Admission 50c. 18-20
Mrs. E. Bourcliier and baby returned last week to Ibeir home at Kimberley Trom the hospital.
The season for Sunday School picnics hns arrived, and this week two
have taken piece, the Catholic picnic
being held at a spot on the Wai'd-
ner road a few miles out, on Monday
and the Baptists going to tholr usual
grounds near tbe golf course.
Much Improved alter a slay of some
two week.-, in (tie hospital, Mrs. A.
Bryan was able to return to her hone
lu the city ou Sunday last.
Special In Hals
40',;   off    all    Straw  Hats  next  Ton
Days, at—
MOFFATT'S VARIETY  STORE.
Safely First applies also to Bonds
and Title Deeds. Rent a Safety Deposit Box In Beale & Elwell's Bteel
lined vault.     Only $3.00 per year.
The New
Toric Lenses
which follow the curve of
the eye aro a distinct improvement over the old flat
crystals. They enlarge the
range of vision to double
that of the old lenses.
Come and be fitted for a
pair. They cost a little
moro than flat lenses but
they are worth a whole lot
more to your sight.
W.H.Wilson
MANUFACTURING
OPTICIAN
Key Clly lodge 1.0.(1.1'.. No- 42
NOTICE
On Monday evening next, July Btli,
Installation, of oltloers ter the ensuing
naif year will take place, ul. the l/,dge
Room, Auditorium, followed hy a
uial. A RtMni attendance of members
Is specially requested for tilts meeting,
B. O. DINQUSY, N.Q.
W. S. JOHNSON', Roc. See.
It Lclglt can't repair your watch,
throw It away. l&t*
Miss P. Elvtns who him been visiting for some time at the huine ot Mr.
George Leltch left mi Sunday for
California.
Morning anil afternoon trips ti
ICimberley from Brown .4 Morley'i
stugo olhee opposite Kootenay Oarage
Phono 531.
Tlio Baptist. Mission C'lrclo will
moot at tho home ot Mrs. Stondcr.
Crauhrook St., on Tuesday next July 10th, ut 3 p.m.
Mrs. N. E, Ryckmnn left on Mon-
day for Penticton where she will visit
before proceeding to tho Vnsemiie
valley for a summer vacation.
Miss M. 1j. Baxter and Miss Ague
Rekle of Wycliffe left on Saturday
for the coast. After a short holiday
thoy are taking in the summer school
at Victoria.'
H, A. McKowan and daughter Mis
Ruth left on Tuesday for tlie pralrici
y.r. McKowan is going to Calgary and
other points, whllo Miss Ruth will go
on to Edmonton to visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wilson and
child and Mr. and Mrs. V. '/.. Manning
loft on Friday for Ihe coast. Mr. Mifc
ning will, as in former years act ni
an examiner ot the entrance oxnmlll
at ion papers.
For Furniture see llio BIO 82. .Chll
droit's Mockers In Iwo styles.       istf
Miss Magee left on Sunday last for
Scoptre, Altn., where she will spend
the vacation ut the homo of her parents. She had accompanying her little Miss Margaret Morris, her niece
who will return again in about
month in care of another aunt, who
may visit hero tor a time with Mi-
anil Mrs. P. O. Morris.
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WHISTLE, Idling cold, quenches a summer thirst
und udds a zest to the day. A 10c trip to Iceland
beckons you from Within frosty soothing bottles.
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Cranlirook's New
ICE CREAM PARLOR
and TEA  ROOM
Now Open
CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE
ALWAYS
Watch For Our
SATURDAY SPECIALS
Try A lion Ton Special
Chocolate, Strawberry and
Vanilla Flavors
Straw Hats
•"■"S*»»'"**5sBl ■•
WE AitE SHOWINGA SUPERB COLLECTION OF
NEW SUMMER STRAWS
IT WILL BE GRATIFYING TO THE MAN WHO WANTS A STRAW
HAT CORRECT IN STYLE AND MODERATE IN PRICE TO KNOW THAT
WE ARE OFFERING JUST SUCH HATS.
OUR SHOWING THIS SEASON IS WITHOUT DOUBT ONE THAT IS UP
TO THE STANDARD IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
WE WARRANT THAT YOU WILL FIND THEM EVERY    ONE    THE
BEST THAT YOUR .MONEY CAN BUY
YOU WILL FIND THE FAMOUS tl.  & C,    CAPS,    BORSALINO    AND
BROCK HATS HERE. *
The Home of "Society Brand" Clothing.
The Jaeger Store
Insure with Beule & Elwell,
Is your ear insured?    If not,
don't
leglcct It.     Seo Beale & Elwell
Hemstitching.— Mrs.  Surtees,
Qar-
den Avenue.
2tt
Mrs. J. O'NeU atirt little one, left
tin' hospital this week to return to
tholr home at Kimberley.
Drop in and try an Ice Cream or
i he Tea Room service at the Don
Ton. 17
Special !u Boys' & flirts' Socks
Size  s to 9%. Special 50c pair.
Prom 5 to tl^, only 35c pair,
MOFFATTS VARIETY STORK.
HORN—Ou Tuesday, June 28th, ut
ihe St. Kugene Hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Collins, a daughter.
Mr. Harry Robinson, now of tho
Bonk of Montreal, Spokane, and formerly of the Kimberley branch, was a
visitor ut the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W, Hodgson for a day on his return lo Spokane from a short holiday
to Nelson,
Miss K. II. Paterson lert on Sunday
for her home In Vancouver. She was
joined heio by her sister who was also
returning homo after the completion
ni' ilif teaching term at Pernio.
Miss Dorothy Hodgson who has
been teuchlng in Nelson for the past
term relumed homo on Suturduy for
the summer vacation. Accompanying
Miss Hodgson uts her guests for a hali-
ilay in Crunbiook were Miss Vera
Walley of Nelson, nud Miss Kvelyn
liny, of Trail,
Wo havo ln stock a. full line o<
Women's, Men's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock Is com*
plete and—
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Special (Inui-rp In  KiipIMi
China
Pretty decorated Qltps ami Saucers,
Regular $1.50, Special      $1.00;
21 Piece    Ten   Sett,,   regular $20.00,'
Special  $10.00 Set. |
Royal Doulton Bread Plates, Special,
$1.50 at— j
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE.
Itnr trains in Dresses
Ladles' Black Sateen Porch Dresses,
regular' price $4.35, Special $3.00
Unbleached   Cotton Dresses,   regular
$2.25, Special   $1.75
at—   MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE,
A straight cur of Simmons Beds,
Springs and Mattresses have Just arrived. See these beforo you buy. W.
F. Doran. Our low prices win every
time, 13tf
> o y i c e
On July the 12th the local Orange
Lodge. L. O. L. 1781 will meet In Iho
Maple Hall at 7.30 a.m. All members
urged tn ho present. Whisi Drive ami
j Dance iu the evening ;it S o'clock. Visiting Brethren specially invited.
Signed
I,. COX, See'ry.
FOR   SALE§
Team of Bay Mares
Ages 8 and fl years, weight
2,800 lbs.    Harness, Wagon anil Sleighs, price
$850.00
FOR QUICK SALE
Harold E. Tipper
Kingsgate     •     -     B.C.
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KEEP DOWN TIIE
Heat
.1SE A
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Pitta Grocery
(iOOII  MKAI.N   Tin or Coffee
ICE CREAM
COLD SOFT DRINKS
FRESH BUTTERMILK
Mtl.SH RICH MILK AND
CKKAM FOR SALK
SPRING CHICKEN
T. FUJIYAMA
Hew
Perfection
Oil Stove
For tlio
HOT WEATHER
Patmore Bros.
Sanitary and Heating
Engineers
Ladies* k Men's llatlihiu- Suits
Regular $2.00, Special   $1.50
Girls' and Uoy.s' Bathing Suits, regular $1.26, Special   90c
At—   MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE.
Miilng Room Chairs, Kitchen Chair*
and furniture of every description nt
the nut *•} Armstrong Ave*, istf
Mr. O. I*. Durke, telegraph operator
at Rossland was a visitor in the city
thlw week. While here he renewed
hi- acquuintanco witli many old
friends iu Cranbrook.
Special trips arranged to any place
any time, hy Brown and Morley.
I'linne  531.
tf
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bentley, ot
Calgary OH their way to enjoy a holiday on the Arrow lakes, stopped over
hi Cranbrook to pay a short visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Sarvis.
Buy a home from Beale & Elwoll
and destroy >;ot(r rent receipts
The lilt;, ii Armstrong AveH tor
lto.-klii[r chairs In t-irrv style        18tf
WANT ADS.
STAB SECOND   HAND MOM
Pk'iee ».
Wo pi? th* but prloH going tor til
kinds   ot   furniture.    Wa bur *aj*
thin; from • mom. trap to an eut/w
mobile,
w w. Kllby, Auctioneer end Valuer
WAN'TKM,—Ymms man or Rlrl deslr-
ini; in sootire a thorough business
training fur otllro work. Apply to
rioale & Elwoll. nir
FOR BALE—Ono Taylor Bate 581113x30
A  rt'iil  tmttp.    Iicluny ,v-   Hlncliilr
Ud. Mir
IIIIIrK Hilt BALE—Tho r.iiiiniliia
llrlrk 1'iiiitiniiiy timv has Kimil hup-
lily of now til-Irk un hand, Apply,
.', ,x 7^:t, Granbrook, I7tf
liautl) AND HilOMS -37 Arnmlron*-
Avenue,   Phone ton 16-30
foil ItKNT—Por July anil Angina
fully modern, six rnuni house, fur-
llllltod, garago, apply box A Herald, lilif
ROOMS Por Rent—Above n. Weston
More.   Apply nt tho store. 16tf
POR RENT. — Three rooms, furnished, suitable for light housekeeping.
300 Dewnr Ave. istf
40 ACRE FARM CHEAP—for quick
sale. Clood buildings, spring creek,
auto road to door, tine bottom land
villi part already iinil.tr cultivation.
Big Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, oloae
by, Is ready market right at door.
Apply to Martin Bros., Cranbrook,
ao. iu
rOR BAUB-Ona tjointt IM, aad on*
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