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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME    26
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CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY, APRIL 25th, 1024
Empire Day
BIO CELEBRATION TO BE
PUT ON  BY CRANBROOK
6. W. V. A. WATCH FOR
FULL PROGRAM
May 24th
SCHOOL PUPILS' SPOUTS
HORSE RACING, JUMPING
ATHLETIC EVENTS
FOOTBALL A BASEBALL
N I   M I! E R    »
Cranbrook
Name Candidate
Friday Next
iilNtrlct Conflomtlves to Meet
I'or FiirpoNo of Itrfn-^liiix
Their Man Out
Tbo CoiiHorvatlvo parly will Im the
fh'st to havo il cwndidato in thu field
for the provliu-ial gonural election
which Is expected to take place tho
end of June or beginning of July of
this year. It was decided to bold a
nominating convention on Friday ot
n xt week, May Und, at tho K. P. Hall.
eoting delegates to tlio convention
ut 7.30. A mooting is to ho hold at
tho Knights of Pythiaa Hall on Thurs-
oay next, Mny 1st for the purpose of
electing tho delegates from the cily
representatives who will meet witli
the outside delegates at the nominating convention.
The above were two of the important decisions arrived at during the
course of .the annual meeting of tlie
Cranbrook Men's Conservative Association, held on Wednesday evening at
the K. P. Hall. It woe an enthusiastic meeting, with a large and representative attendance, including a number of ladies from the Women's organization, and also a good number
from outside points, including Kimberley, the Concentrator, Wycliffe,
and Mayook.
Tbe president, A. J. Balment cal-
lea the meeting to order, and the first
business was the reading of the mln-
utes of the last annual meeting, by
the secretary, H. W. Herchmer.
The election of officers was next taken up, and It was significant of the
unanimity and good feeling of the
meeting that the principal officers
were re-elected from last year, as
follows:
Hon. Pres Rt. Hon. A. Meighen
Hon. Vice-Pres. . W. J. Bowser. K.C.
President     A. J. Balment
Vice-President   J. T. Sarvis
Sec.-Treas   H. W. Herchmer
Executive (with power to add)
F. H. Dezall,    A. Murdoch,
J. W. Rutledge, A. C, Bowness, W. F. Attridge, J. E.
Beaton, I. Burtch.    W. F.
Cameron, J. A. .Arnold. W.
John, J. P. Fink, J. Young,
C. J. Lewis, S. Taylor, T. D.
Caven.
Both the president and vice-president made short speeches   of   acceptance, promising their best efforts in
the interests of the association.
When the matter of a nominating
convention came up, it was decided to
call a further meeting tn a few days
to elect delegates to the nominating
convention to be held soon after.
Throe delegates were named from tbe
men's nnd women's associations to
meet with the outside delegates present, to suggest a date and voting arrangements for the nominating convention. Mrs. J. H. Meighen, Mrs. A.
C. Bowness and Mrs. A. Shnnklatid
represented the Indies' body, iwid N«
A. Walllnger. M. P, P., Dr. Rutledge
nnd W. F. Attridge were tho mom's
representatives, a little later they
report ml ns nbove in rcgnrd to the
date. There will be thirty-three delegates allowed for, being one for every hundred or part  thereof    of the
different polling divisions in the riding. Crnnbrook will have 16, Wycliffe t, Yahk 2 Concentrator 2, Kimberley 2. and one ench from the remaining polling siu-ioiiB.
Mr. N. A Wnllinger, the sitting
member, was called upon for a short
address, and was well applauded on
1-hdng lo speak, lie began by thanking his supporters who had stood behind Mm nt the time of his election.
Ile also mentioned the Interesting
fact lhat II was thirty-nine years
next spring since he find came Into
thn district. While pointing out
that tho government could strictly
speaking hold odlce till tbo end of
192B, tt wns more than likely that nn
election would he held at the end of
June or beginning of July, at the
name time as the beer plebiscite. It
waa possible, however, that tf Premier Oliver was not able to secure
any very striking offers or concessions from the Ottawa government
he might decide to put the beer pleb-
clte only tn June, and tlie election at
a later date. He had covered a good
portion of the riding in the past three
weeks or so on other business, and
thought the feeling of the ordinary
people at the present time was not
at all favorable to tlte government's
chances ln an early contest. Mr. Walllnger referred briefly to the record
of the government ln piling up debt
and taxes, and mentioned somo of the
outstanding incidents of ths last see
aton.
Dr. J. W. Rutledge also spoke for a
few minutes, end after referring to
the apparent enthusiasm and harm-
AMATEUU ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION PLANNING
SEASON'S HASEBALL
Nv» Officers Named & Football
Mny A Inu Ho Taken Up
TIiIh Your
Thursday evening lust a mooting of
tho Amateur Athletic Association was
held In thu Y.M.C.A, for the purpose
of arranging for the formation of
iMLBoball and football usaoolatlonB for
the coming seusoni. Mr. Molr, who acted as chiilrman, stated the purpose
of tho meeting nnd Impressed upon
thoso present thu importance of gelling active in tlie matter of the respective linos uf sport. The Athletic I
Association was behind them flnajiuj
dally and It was up to the boys to get i
iu and make a success of the playing. |
Tbo election of olllcers for the base-1
ball association resulted as follows:
President   W. H. Wilson
Vice President A. W. MacDonald
Secretary    Doni Dallas
Executive Committee: Rev. E. W.
MacKay, Dr. Huffman; H. L. Porter.
There was considerable discussion
as to the possibility of forming a local
league, also as to the prospect of this
city entering a club In a district league should one be formed.
So fur as the local league is concerned the prospect is not as bright as
last year, as lt will be practically impossible for the high school to eater
a team as they lack a battery.
There is, however, the old Y.M.C.A.
team, which has practically its old
line-up, and the city team who can
put a team ln the field, and also a
prospective team from the C.P.R.
The matter of the club entering a
team in the district amateur league
was taken up and it was practically
conceded that lt was impossible to
play ln the district league and not
play Sunday ball. This causes difficulty as many of their best supporters
are opposed to Sunday ball. The matter was refferred to the executive for
consideration.
The football boys wore represented
E. G. Dingley making application for
the use of the grounds for certain
practices for the Odd Fellows, and Mr.
White for the City team. They were
informed that the executive had that
matter already under consideration.
I'KI.PARK PARK FOR EQIJIPHKNT
Work, has been going on at the
park site during the past week or so
grading aud levelling in preparation
for the preliminary work of putting
the park in something like shape.
The excavation made some time ago
when it wns proposed to put in a
swimming pool, has been filled In,
and the sufaco levelled- for the re-
lopttoo of the top soil. The Rotary
Club has voted a sum to install the
first playground equipment, which te
being put in with the co-operation of
the olty council ns to its Installation.
etc.
Miss Helen DeCew, who has boen
spending a part of the Easter holt-
days at Spokane, is visiting In this city at the home of Mia J. Carlyle.
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PHANK VOl!SUCH
BOUQUETS PIT ANEW
Ol I 1.00k ON  TIIIM-JS
So many people soem to think
that a newspaper just throws
Itself together oaeh day or week,
requiring little thought or managing, Jusl u machlneliko rou-
tln<\ tbat a little appreciation
seems like a bouquet of roses
out of season, spreading its
perfume through the entire atmosphere of the place.
Thus a letter from a subscriber, renewing his Herald says:
"I read the paper and enjoy it.
You ure to he congratulated on
your editorial pages, and though
I originally looked on the Herald as n 'small town paper,' I
now look forward to it each
week."
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that after the candidate is nominated, everyone get behind him and support htm to the utmost bo that the
Conservative majority In Cranbrook
riding might be even larger than last
time. Dr. Rutledge also drew attention to the fact that the name of Mr.
Bowser still stood clear from any
reproach, in spite ot the efforts made
to blacken lt; and the recent P. G. E.
commission enquiry had proved that
the stories of Mr. Bowser receiving
large campaign fund donation from
P. G. E. contractors were baseless.
On Friday evening next, following
the nominating convention, the Women's body ts holding a social evening,
to take the form of a whist drive, to
which the men are alao oordlally Inv-
THANK OFFERING
MEETING OF W. M. 8.
BRINGS GOOD SIM
(Contributed)
Those who attended the annual
Blaster Thank Offering Meeting of
Knox Church W.M.S. on Tuesduy eve-j
ning enjoyed u most Interesting re-l
port by Mrs. A- A. MacKinnon of tbe !
Provincial i'resbyterial meeting held j
In Vancouver in March; this report!
showing that British Columbia wasj
one of only two provinces in the Do ]
min ion exceeding their allocation, j
Ontario being the other.
Also a talk hy Mr. H. L. Porter on
"The Parent, the Child, the School,!
and the Mystery of Life" was listened to with the seriousness the problem presents; that comparatively few-
parents heard it is a pity.
Two very pleasing events of the
evening were the presentation ot a
Life Membership Pin to Mrs, M. McEachern, one of the charter members
of the organization, and a Life Membership Certificate to Mrs. M. J. Taylor, the oldest member of the society.
The collection amounted to the
goodly sum of $55.00.
A pleasant social hour completed a
very enjoyable evening. A solo was
rendered by Mrs. F. M. MacPherson
during the evening which was very
much appreciated by all.
CITY    COUNCIL
GRANTS USE OF RINK
TO ATHLETIC ASSOC.
Concentrates Striped to Europe
Three  Carloads  Leaving TIiIh
Eveiilng Constitute Flrsl of
Oversells Shipments
The initial shipment of comcntial-
es from Kimberley for export lo Antwerp, Belgium, came down on the
train this afternoon, Thursday, comprising three cars- They left thut evening for the west on their way to
Nelson and New Westminster, tbe
port of trans-shipment. Contrary to,
the Impression some hold at the coast
tbat the capacity of the Troll smelter has been reached, the export of |
Kimberley concentrates is only being j
enrriod on pending the completion of j
the new power development at Bon-
nington, which will give the smelter
at Trait greatly increased capacity,
so that lt can again absorb all of the
Kimberley output. In the meantime
the company ls taking advantage or
export conditions and foreign markets in this way. Nevertheless it serves to impress people in this district
with the scale on which the development of the Sullivan mine at Kimberley has been carried on.
HOSPITAL BALL
PUT ON BY K. of C.
IS BIG SUCCESS
of
A special meeting of the City Council was held on Wednesday evening to
consider the Arena Rink question.
Aldermen Bronsdon, Fink, Flowers
and MacPherson were present. Aid.
MacPherson was appointed chairman.
A request was received from the curlers asking that their application for
the use of the rink, for the coming
season be not considered and that
their cheque be returned. On motion
of Aldermen Fink and Bronsdon the
request was granted.
It was them moved that the cheque
of the Amateur Athletic Association
be accepted and that they have the
use of the rink as for one year from
May 1. with the understanding that
the city wilt have the use of tt at any
time for any purpose of a public nature except during th© skating season,
provided suitable notice Is given.   '
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RECREATION      I
CLUB NOTES     f
Free Swimming ("lasses
At a meeting of the directors ot the
Recreation Club on. Wednesday evening, among other things it waB decided that the club would put on a free
swimming campaign this year during
tbe first two weeks in May. This will
be similar to that held last year by the
Club, as much good resulted therefrom.
Dance To Be Held
A dance for the purpose of raising
funds for the club has been decided
upon. This will take place on Friday,
May 9th. All are asked to keep this
date open.
Entertaining Boy Scouts
On Tuesday next the Rotarians and
their wives are entertaining the Boy
Scouts to a supper tn the Recreation
Club.
J. Rkahnl fs not much of a believer
in possession being nine points of the
law, as on Thursday morning he was
informed thnt it meant six months tn
Nolson. The way it all happened was
thnt John's fancy for a War Veteran's
badge was so great that he acquired
one for himself. Upon examination,
howover, tt was discovered that he had
not gone through the little initiation
ceremony that gave most men the
right to wear same. John will ba a
citizen of Nelson for six months
PRAIRIE BUYER TAKES
MILLION FT. OF LUMBER
FROM LOCAL CONCERN
An Interesting visitor to the city
this week on business was Mr. H.
Becker, president of the Becker Lumber Company, one of the big lumber
concerns of Lethbrldge. Hts visit here
had some significance to the district,
since while here he closed a deal with
the Leask & Boyter Company for a
million feet of lumber, which is equivalent to their entire cut for some
months in advance. This may be taken as an Indication that business conditions are expected to be fairly brisk
on the prairies thla season, especially
If crop conditions continue to show up
favorably. Mr. Becker le no stranger
to this district. He ls ln fact, an old-
timer in the lumber business. Nineteen years ago he came from Minnesota to Wycliffe and actually cut the
first log for the sawmill plant which
1 bad Just been completed there at that
||        OBITUARY        £
MAAtVWUW
ANDREW JUDSON STILLER
The death occurred at the St. Kugene hospital on Wednesday of this
week of Mr. Andrew Judson Miller,
rancher of the Wasa district. The
late Mr. Miller had reached his sixty-
sixth year, but had been extremely
active all his life, scarcely knowing
a day's illness till recently. He had
returned a short time ago from Spokane where he took some specialist
treatment, from which it was thought
he had derived some benefit, but a
recurrence of his Illness came, and
he passed away at the hospital here,
ibe immediate cause ot death being
paralysis of the stomach.
Tlie late Mr. Miller was a pioneer
iu the East Kootenay country, coming
Into the Flathead Valley about thirty-eight years ago. Later he came
on to Fort Steele, and then went on
to Skookumchuck befdW* settling
down on his ranch at Ta-Ta Creek.
Besides his widow there Is a grown
up family of five sons and three daughters surviving him, most of whom
have been at home. One son has been
at Kalispel. Mont., and there are two
daughters who have been away. A
brother. W. A. Miller, of Del Bonlta,
Alberta, arrived in the city Just as
the lent Mr. Miller was lapsing into
his last coma, and there Is another
brother in Montana, who is expected to arrive for the funeral, which
Is to take place on Saturday, at 2 p.m.
Tho late Mr. Miller was a native of
Ionia. Michigan.
Mrs. J. P. Fink and Miss Betty left
on Sunday to spend a few days with
relatives at Spokane.
Coming Events
Tht events note* below ere those
(or which paid advertising appears- In
this Issue, or Ior wu'.rh minting work
has heen done tn this office.
Wednesday, April 30: I'o-Operatlvu
Dance In the K. P. Hall.
Thursday, May 1: Meeting of Men's
Conservative Assoc, to elect dale-
Kate (or nominating convention.
Wednesday, April 30: Co-Op. Women's
Guild Whist Drive snd Dance In K.
or P. Hall.
Tues. May 6: Visit ot K. of P. Grand
Lodge Officers at Castle Hall.
Friday, May 9: Recreation Club
Dance.
Thurs., Frl. & Sat., May 8, 9 ft 10: At
the Star Theatre, "Scaramouche."
Thur. Frl. Sat. .May 16-16-17: "Triumph" »t the Star Theatre.
Friday ft Saturday, May 16 ft IT
Cranbrook Musical Society present*
"The Mikado" at the Auditorium.
Saturday, May 24: G.W.V.A. Monster
Empire Day Celebration, to Cran-
The Auditorium wus the scene
another successful KaHter Uall trn
Monday Umt. when the local branch
of the Kotghta of Columbus were the
hoslH tor Ihu evening, As u result of
tho efforts of this organisation the
St. I'hiKune Hospital ls materially benefitted and everyone voted that they
had u most enjoyahlc time
To Mr. Gubnoni and his efficient
assistants from the Knights much credit for the success of the evening is
duo. An uctlve campaign of ticket
eelling was carried on antl tho city
and district thoroughly canvassed,
One of lho most Important features
In, connection with any dance, the refreshments, was ln the hands of Mrs.
J. A. Genest. ThiB required a lot ot
work on her part and her assistants,
In satisfactorily taking care ot the
largo crowd that was present. A
committee of young ladles consisting tell to Mr. .Mel)
of Miss Delia Greavts, and the Misses I. Hanna, ami i
KNOX CHURCH ('HOIK
PRESENT STAINER'S
"CRUCIFIXION"
iii'iiiiiii'ui Easier Cantata Presented lo Good Audience ou
Good Friday  Evening
With nn especial appropriateness
to tho aoaaon, Stalner'a "Crucifixion"
hafl become an Kaster classic that never fails to Impress its hearers Willi
tl:
Arrange Races
For.May 24th
Good Program of Horse Knees
Will   Feature   Big
Celebration
Tuesday evening the 24th ot May
colebrntfon committee held .... ther
meeting at ihu G.W.V.A  rooms, when
great Eastertide lesson.       The!plans for the big day were further
choir    of   Knox Church, augmented advanced.     The   race program was
with it few additional voices, rendered finally adopted, a prize list divided up
this sacred cantata In the church on and Borne small handbills were ordei
the evonlng of Good Friday, May is. ed for distribution throughout tlu
under    the    capablo    leadership    of trlct.    The matter ol  streel  dt ora-
-Mr. (J. B. Bower, and though it waa tions again came up and it was dec)
Delia  und   Frances  Drummond
au ambitious undertaking for a choir
of about a dozen and a half, they acquitted themselves well. The solo
work Is difficult, with much recitative, tho text calling for worlds of
expression and tho music being in
keeping.    Tho brunt of tlie solo work
Hogge. bass and .Mr.
tenor solo was also
wero taken by 1.. Richardson.     Mr. How-it
responsible for the dance program and [ was at the organ, ami wllh his expressiveness put the finishing touches on
music.
The Serenaders. It. W. Bdmondson's
six piece orchestra, were the dispensers of the music, and from the many
favorable comments heard, their work
was much appreciated. Tho dances
were tho latent and gave a large variety of steps, The dance committee
are to ho congratulated on this innovation. The reappearance of the
three step and other dances wus welcome.
TENNIS CLUB LOOKS
FORWARD TO ANOTHER
SUCCESSFUL SEASON
A very enthusiastic meeting marked the Annual General Meeting of the
Tennis Club which was held at the
City Hall on Wednesday, April 22nd.
Reports read and given were all
very satisfactory and the success of
tho coming season, without doubt is
assured.
The following were elected as officers :
Hon. Pres. . .Mr. N. A. Walllnger, M.P.
President    Dr.  Fergle
Sec. & Treas A. Raworth and
O Simpson
Committee: Miss Woodland, D. McDonald, O. Simpson and Q. Pym.
Ladles Committee: Mra. Simpson,
Mrs. Fergle, Mrs. D. irfcDonald, Miss
Fleury and Miss Harvey.
!    WEDDINGS    I
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VKi;Bnu;.MiT(iiKii
A quiet wedding took place on Easter Monday morning, April 21st, of
much interest to Cranbrook and district, when Mr. Lawrence Veeburg
forsook the ways of buchelordom. and
became one of the principals in the
nuptials which took place that morning about 10.30 a.m. The bride was
Miss Breata Kvitne Mitchell, of Pincher Creek, Alta. The ceremony took
plnce at Knox Church Manse, Rev. E.
W. MacKay officiating. Attending the
couple were Mr. Charles Mitchell, of
Pincher Creek and Miss Ingeborg
Parmstrom of Cranbrook. Mr. and
Mrs. Veeburg left Immediately after
the ceremony on a honeymoon trip.
The groom is a well known figure in
the city, being one of the proprietors
of the Queens Hotol. The announcement of the wedding came us uome-
thing of :i surprise to most of bis
friends in the city, and they wil] be
ready to extend all good wishes to the
bride and groom on their return to
the city tn take up residence here.
HEV AX        ttHAHTHY
On Saturday but at ll a.m., the
Methodist Church was tba scene of a
QUlet wedding when Mint. Kileen McCarthy, daughter of Mr. T. F. .McCarthy, of Elko, became the bride of Mr.
William Henry Hevun. The couple
are well known among the younger
not of the clly, Miss McCarthy being
on the staff at the Central School.
where she has many friends. Only th**
immediate friends of the happy couple were In attendance at tbe wedding. The bride was given away by
her father snd was mosl becomingly
gowned. She wore a large corsage
bouquet. Mrs. Baynes acted as matron of honor. The happy young
c upte left on the westbound train
for the coast, via Nelson. Mr. Bevan's
Intention Is to locate at the coast.
where Mrs. Bevan will Join him on the
completion of the school term here
this Bummer. The wishes of a host
of friends go with them for n happy
future.
Mrs. It Potter and son Herbert are
spending this week at Spokane, v\a-
Uluf with ralaUs as.
ded to u=e every possible effort to secure the co-operation of tbe merchants
In decorating their business pr< mlses
with flags and bunting. Last year
these were most conspicuous bj their
absence. Flags and bunting, ii taken
care of will last tor .wars and would
be available for guany occasions during a year.
Indications are that there will bo a
large number of entries in the horse
races Posters announcing the events
have been distributed throughout the
district    $111 more in prises will be
many beautiful passages of the narrative.      The "Crucifixion" contains
some beautiful hymns, in which the distributed for the liorso racing this
audience   wero asked to join. year 'ban last sad the program, inter-
Tho first part of the program con- spersed with athletic event--, will take
sisted of solos by .Mrs.  W. A. Nisbet about four hours and a half    The race
and Mrs. M, Forrest, and violin solos card is as follows.
by Jos. Dlebolt, wliich
very high order.
all of
NOTICK
Committees of the C.A.A.A. are calling for volunteers to clean up the
baseball grounds, Wednesday evening,
April 30th, 1 p.m. Every person bring
rake and shovel. Help a.rsict put the
grounds fn shape. 9
1. Indian liorso Rms, half mile
heirs, '_' in S; \\h and !_'.">
2 White Man's Horse Raw; half
mile heats. :' iii 3. %Vo and $26.
3. Five-eighths .Mile Dash; (open);
$40 and 52t>
4 Open Horse Race; bait mile heats
2 in 8, $35 and $20
6 Open Half Mile Dash: $30 and
$15
6. Uidtes Race on Horseback; H
Mile Dash: $25 and $12.50.
T. Jumping Contest, for horsei- with
saddle and rider; $20 and $10.
B. Squaw Race on Horseback: *>**■
Mile heat*. 2 in 3 $20 and $15.
9. Relay Race: l*-i Miles; Change
horse and saddle every half mile, $35
$20.
Tlie Cookery sale held by the Ladles of St. Mary's Church in the K. P.
Hall on Saturday afternoon last was
very successful. The sum of seventy
dollars was realized. Mrs. Clement
H. Pollen ami Mrs. Garrett were the'and
general   committee   in  charge.    Mrs. . *>■»■
Fyfe and Mrs. Egan had charge of the Miss Peppy Paterson of tie Fernie
candy while Mrs. Brault. Mrs. Harri- teaching .staff has been visiting with
son and Mrs. Collins looked after the her .sister. Miss E. B. Paterson this
cooking table. . week.
Car Rolls Over and Over Down      !
Bank; Here's How Nash Stands ltf
Thanks to his own presence of mind  1,ew niechanically and after replacing
and a staunch car, w. p. Cameron
of Cameron and Sang, is
alive today to tell the tale of a motor
accident that befel him recently who:,
returning from a trip to Golden, to
rvhich place ho had taken Mrs. Cam-
jron. It appears that when about
ixty miles OU the return Journey, ft)
fldgewajer, be wan rounding a curvt
.a his Nash six sport car, when he
ran upon a snow slide across the road.
He immediately applied the brakes
but the car had nut tome to a si up
before it hit tbe slide. rebounding hack
md al (he same time starting to tup-
pie over the side of the hill. Realizing
iiIh possible danger Mr. Cameron
crouched under the wheel and clutching the post of the steering column
was In this position when tho car
itarted over the edge on its first turn
of a series of five someruauIts before
it came to a stop, after covering a tit*
canoe of seventy-live feet down tht
.iiii. Mr. Cameron round himsolf pin-
tied under the upturned car and to
i'roe himself it required over ball an
aotir of energetic kicking backwards
.o shove away the dirt and ull this
lime, olL and acid from th.- battery
were running all over him. Though
badly bruised and wllh what were
afterwards discovered to be cracked
ribs, he walked a mile tor assistance.
lb* gol a car. a team of horses, ropes
and chains, ami finally succeeded in
pulling the car bark on to the nmd.
At this stage lie might have taken
about four bin*, fur It.
battery which on account of a short
circuit caused by the accident, had
hewn run down, ths car proceeded to
Cranbrook under It* own power. Upon
thorough examination it wa* found
that tbe chassis and engine were In
perfect condition, not having suffered
a. the slightest hy the capering It had
done. At lnvermere, .Mr. Cameron was
examined by Dr. toy. when besides
ne twu broken ribs, it was found mat
ne had sprained hli right bar*!, and
suffered minor cuts and bru.--.us. Nothing daunted, he drove the <.tr all
.he way hack to * ranhro*dt, arming
..ere at 8.80 on Tuesday altertioon of
ant week. The actual damage consisted of ihe fid low ing. Sinu«.ied
rindshleld, tbe top including the side
iurtalna completely demolished, ono
list: wheel buckled, two spare wheel
carrier castings broken, two cowl
tamps smashed, front bumper casting
oioken, one head .amp smashed, steer-
ing wheel smashed and right steering
Knuckle buckled. The body of tho car
wns in perfect condition. Every door
could be opened or closed am if nothing had happened. The fact of all
ih*' appendages, us It were, being torn
from the oar or smashed was an indication that .Mr. Cameron had not chosen a bed of roses to do his itUDt. Tho
picture shown herewith win lakob ou
iho return of tho cir lo Cracbrooa,
and a» might ho noted was taken in
front of Ratcliffe & Stewart's, tho
agents for tho Nash cars and trucks
Mr.  Cameron  is  being congratulates]
(in •lamination  It  wan found tbat  by hla friends on his escape from poi-
Iths car itasll waa Jual aa good aa slbly much more lorious Injury. ?A«I  TWO
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
r'rldaj, April L'.ilh, 1924
KIM
V and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING  ITEMS CONCERNING  IIAI'I'KMNfJS IN  AN1I ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH iiimx.ui  ,,„,„, „■»,.»,„
IHE NOK1H BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
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I   KIMBERLEY
I NEWS NOTES
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List   your   piopi-ny   with
Martin
35tr
.Miss McKay is s;
iu Kimberley, the
Malcolm.
Hiding the Imi
tesl of Iter lu
Flett of Cranbrook
Oil  luisillL'I.S on  Sn i -
Mr. I'. l<'orller, Sulllvuii Hill, spent
everal ilaya In Spoh i, returning ou
j
A number of Kimberley poo]
toreil to Cranbrook on Saturtl
ning to seo tlif Windermere
"Unseeing Eyes."
LOAN PLAN ADVANCED
I .l!f ERECTING NEW BUILDINGS IN KIMBERLEY
VOl'lll
mil llu
■ lie Inkt
< I.uiuIh
Tlie B.C. Qorernmo
ci*jw at work making
tlio streets around KI;
t lui
Tlie dance on Monday evening given j
by Lhe Klmberloy bund did not attracl j
ns largi n crowd us was hoped fi r, ng
attended lho Easter Ilull In Cranbro
erley.
The new goir eourso al Marysvllle
la being cleared of luush and before
long It is expected a moetlug will be
called to go furtlier Into the matter
of tho now club.
Before deciding en that new building or that repair work* see aeo. R.
Leask, the 1'loneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. 18tf
llr. I.
dny Cro|
U. nice will return ou Sun-
ii   I.   Thompson spenl  last week,
ttitl in Nelson.
Mrs. II. Logan of Ncls.iu, is visillni
hor liusband and son hore.
Mrs.  II. Cbomal   wus u  visitor it
Wycliffe ovor lbe week-end.
will be
the  |iro|
prcnnrctl
ers.     lie
iiowcome
lily  liuve
furnish ;
tlml the "inside
res on Kimberley
:• confldcnoe in lis
from the racl thai
t'onipuny, of w>
'ays oujoyci a lib-
 uigo of tlio poo-
ue decided lo open
end yard in lhe
iiii feature, whicb
!.: many, will bo
>! ure offering to
co or store own-
HELI' OEFERED IN
DEVELOPMENT OK PHOS-
P1IATE ROCK SUPPLY
 ,   ,   .1
WYCLIFFE NOTES 'J
A
plu
II tor
the i blot sourcei
Ih bolng sen: on
Mining i- smell
ado, with tbo ho
ihis mineral i
of an article
nuley, qf the
stuff al Tuiln
led to prospoi
one rock, one of
mineral fertilizer,
tlie Consolidated
Company of Can-
f locating boils of
Ihis proline
Copies
Mce-
I he
who
po
mill .
Special Master service
at both the Meth'dlst i
churches on Sunduy.
Work has commoucod
Hon to tho Catholic chdri
Hr. llglow ami Profosa
both of tho University of
tumble, were Klmberloy
Monday.
< were held
in,! Catholic
rtlon Armstroug
i his home in i'
ii will regrel il
uio" al   lhe Au
spenl Hie
unbrook.
ulii
All
.Mi
II    Mel.iei
' Mis,, j. V,.
I.  Uioboll
-    A     Will
Mr. and
niry. Miss
I. Mr
0
Easter
lowing:
ml Mrs.
ml
ulii like lo iln
lie Staph . Company have made
. emi:I    whereby one can have
ne or u place of business liuili
leni on what in tormed tho return
rago paymail plan,   Drlefly n is
A  pRymenl of twenty-live per
Of   I lie   value  of   lhe   proposed
ine  is  made, and tlie company
:. the building, lho balance of the
. | payments bolng made in three years.
Those behind ihe scheme have secured
i number of sultnbl
Tho "wandering
Mikado is certainly
proposition its you
at ihe Auditorium o
mliis!
up agi
rill so
i M..y
ol"   iu   i
in,' a lu
if you ;
III or 17.
.Miss 0. Dleboll is spending Hie
Blaster vacation iu Cranbrooit, the
guest of Mr. und Mrs. It. C. Carr.
Anyone considering Inking life Insurance should consult Kartfn Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
have specialized In that business for
fifteen years. 1511
Iln
Mrs. p. Carlson,
i .1. Arbenli, Mlss
Miss A. Stevenson, Miss
loud, Miss McKay. Pal Holland,
lerce, 0. Muddyninn, II. Smith,
unlock. Malcolm McKay. Gor-
mstrong, H. McKechnle, It. Mc-
■, W. B, Aitchlson, .1. aelgorlcb,
.iluiii. N. Dumbleton. A. 11. Jack1
WiRliliuali. .1. Hcnilei n, lieu.
ni. .1. Warren, sieve McDonald,
Landry.
ell
' 111
lo
ble ou re
: Elwell
Mr. '
SHIPMENTS OK OKK
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMELTER
When Yea Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE ti ELWELL
Phone 20     ::     Cranbrook
Sole Agents for Kimberley TnnnsUc
Morrison & Burke    "C
Dealers in (onl nnd Wood
TKAN8FKK WORK DOJTB
Tell your wives and tell your
friends
WsrWstW
Following is a statement of ore resolved al tlio Trail Smelter during the
period April S lo 14 inclusive.
Name of Mine and Locality
Knob-hill, Republic, Wash., .
Lone pine Surprise Lasl
Chance, Republic, Waul.,,
Mountain Chief. New Denver
Qnllp, Republic, Wash	
Roaeborry Surprise, New Denver,
It.r    Head c<n
(zinc) S4
ota tlirongboui
.ulso hail sur-
1 io tin- east or
and others being
reasonable terms.
'ranbrook ar.- ns-
il ond nf iiu* arty". Oough of Kim-
' bousos that tlie
is gol oui as silRneste-ri
buildings hut It is undor-
offer applies to any plan,
litis. Ibe-compmy are propos-
orecl a store building on Kiio-
:n -i. Immediately wesl of the
Stur Hotel. There will be live
all lull plate glass fronts ami
lodern in every v.ay. (}po. R.
Leask, who lias put up many buildings
already in Kimberley. it; ihe contractor for tbe company. Mr. Gough will
Ir.' pleased lo explain the plan to anyone.
rloy lias pin
unpE
Btooi the
Besides ii
rtli
fully
Tons
110
.mi
ti.'
Miss K. Drummond
the family home in Crc
ipent Easter at
[.brook.
i. it. McK
Kinihcrl.
Innon and baby re
■y on Thursday.
Beats Bobbed Beauty
■od by n. M.
any's onghreorlng
ive been dlBtl'ibu*
ml otliors (uteres-
ic;l nnd a few samples of the rock are
available for Inspection. it is announced lhat "thi.i company Ik anxious to ohm In phosphate beds, and
will make free analysis for phosphoric acid for prospectors who semi
samples to their assay olllce at Trail
plainly marked with lhe iiauie ami address of the prospector, and nivln^
i.he location from which the Bsmploa
wen- obtained."
Why is ii id,,
lie a s.tnuv ha
them are fell.
■ hi.nigh a
Because
lolophcno
neither nf
-Silve
smith, Sando
(lead) ..
(zinc) ..
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AM) SHOES
Suit Cases and Trunks
OVEHALLS
Boots and Shoes Neatly Repaired
I
Tola
Tin:
llilielul
10,1118
WEATHER   HULLETIJil
Thermometer   Iteiulinas   M i
Crnnbrook
April Hi
April 11
April 12
April 1>
April II
April 1.".
April 10
41
44
47
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KIMBERLEY JEWELRY
12 - II size Gents' Pocket
Watches
Wliilo Colli Filled
Ladles' Silk Ribbon Brace,
let Watches
lVnrl Necklaces
Bluebird Pearls
Engagement nml
Wedding llinu's
A llll Sli SIIM'M.KAT OF
Real
Maple Syrup
IS EXPECTED ANY HAY
ASK IS FOB IT
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
Bobbed-hair met its Waterloo at
Berkeley, Cal., when Virginia Martin, Los Angeles Junior, with long
tresses, won easily over twenty
bobbed-hair rivals as the school's
prettiest girl ond Queen of the
Caranui.
I   KIMBERLEY   |
! NEWS NOTES  !
♦ *>:•*•:* *•>*♦♦•:•■•***-•• *•***•}■•:.*•:• $ *•$•*•.
Dimor's Cafe are putting iu a soda
I'ouiiafu and will shortly be in a position "if summer comes" to cater to the
cooling desires of the town.
Very sutisfactory progress is being
made wllh the new theatre. Already,
local terpsichorians are wondering
when the first dance will be. The
view of the spacious floor Riven one
an idea of Ihe pleasure that is in store
tor Ihe dancers.
.Mr. Hurt Wallace, formerly connected in the bakery business al Nelson,
is a very busy man these days. Mr,
Wallace, who Is one of Kimberley's
latest merchants, is doing a lively
business in tlie bakery which he lias
set up in the Dlmor building. He has
installed an oven and is prepared to
cater lo all demands for bread, cakes
and pastry. He has already established an enviable reputation for Ids
Milk Maid Bread and French and Danish pastry. Mr. Wallace is very pleased with the husiness prospects.
Preparatory to re-openinp tiie business formerly known as the White
I.utieh in Kimberley, Mrs. Wilson, of
Pernie, who has leased Ihe premises,
in giving the place a thorough
islng, and is having it redecorated. The new proprietress is plaiinhm
lo open for husiness on Monday, tin
•JSth. as The G'len Cafe. Miss Wilson
arrived from Pernie on Tuesday to
assisi her mother in the management
of thi1 business. The cafe will be open
at all hours and a first class service
is promised.
Provincial Constable Congdon, who
has been stationed In Kimberley for
-nine Mine, has received notice of his
transfer to Atibotsford, B.C, His sue-
cessor will come from the Coast.
While many are pleased that Mr. Cong-
Ion has been transferred to a better
position they at the same time regret
his loss lo Kimberley. While in Kimberley lie has done all in bis power to
maintain law and order.
B&E38
Cranbrook Sash & Door Co.
1.1 ti i T i; i»
Kimberley Lumber Yard
OPEN FOR BUSINESS'
Herb. S. Smith is in Charge
a Full Line or
LUMBER     -     IVIMIOWS   ■    1IOOHS     -     LATH
JIOULIMMiS     .     BUILDING PAPER
ROOFING    •   -     BRICK    -   •    SHINGLES jS
Etc. Ele. a"
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Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canadu Limited
OrnCBB, SIIEl.TIN'O AND RKKWINO DEPARTMENT
TB1IL,   BBITISII    (IIM MIIIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
ParehaiMt of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead & Zinc Orel
Producers of Gold, Silver, Cupper, Pig Lead and Zinc
"TADANAC"BRAND
■w*«HW*aii*a!'iii ^i-.^^fMV=tn
BY ANOINTMENT
PURVEYORS TO
HIS MAJESTY
KINO GEORGE V.
Radian ©Jjg)
WHISKY
Are sold under a triple guarantee.
As lo Quality
By'the manufacturers whose
name and trademarks are their
most valuable
commercial asset.
As lo Age
By the stamp
of the Dominion
Government
over th.: capsule of every
bottle.
Ai to Genuineness
By the fact
that ihey
can be purchased through
lawful channels.
Read the label on the bottle.
Read the Government Stamp over the .
capsule qf every bottle.
DISTILLED AND BOTTLED BY
Hiram Walker & Sons, Limited
WALKERVILLE   •   ONTARIO
Dtstllkr. of Fine
Whiskies since IHSS
London. Eng.
New York, U.S.A.
This advertisemi
Control It.,.ir<
il is noi published or displayed by the Liquor
nr liy the Governmenl ol British Columbia.
W-3
.Mr. !•'. Greeuway arrived from c*til- 5
nry on Tuesday ol' Inst week, leaving i
nr CnlilL'ii on Thursduy. j
.Mrs. 1'). Julius of I'rniilirotik, wuu a
islior in Wycliffe Wednesday nfter-
.1011  lust.
ur Del
i by
After being confined lo his hunn
'.li'luu'ss lor Ihu iuihI vvQOk, wo art1
ploaeod to Btuto that Mr. A. SUiploa
is able tu Iiu oui nml aboul again.
C. W. Gough
KKAL cstati: A(.i;m ki>iiii:imj:v, h.c.
in
oturnod nn Thura-I
tea to IiIh homo m
Ulmi'iio Mow
(lay from a s|i<
Xi'Ihuh, with his return anothor cur
linn hocii ndtlod io Uu' local automobile list.
Miss K. Clielmlck rislted in Wycliffe
an TueBilay of last week.
Miss Myrtle Quick is h visitor nt the
home of her mint, Mrs. (\ Quick.
Messrs. U. Leask and L. Lensk were
In town ou business on Monday of thla
week.
One of Creston's famous ball team
paid Wycliffe a flying visit on Friday
last In the person of Mickey Argue of
that town.
Wycliffe people attended tho Easier
Unll In Cranbrook eu masse; those
wlio made the trip were Mr. and Mrs.
(\ O. Staples, Mr. and Mrs. L. Crowe,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C». Clark. Miss W.
Cox. Miss II. McCoy, ami Messrs. J.
Johnson, C. Mower P. Pranzen. B.
Bourgeois, 10, Staphs. R, Johnson. W.
Staples, J. Pennington ami I). Sawyer.
Mr. II, Couiery, otherwise and more
familiarly known as "Snooks," wus In
Wycliffe on Tuesday morning on his
way to Portland, Oregon.
The planing mill has been nnvning
quarter shifts in addition to tbe day's
run during the past week.
About our Plan to Assist you
Building for you u New
Home or Store
THE
Otis  Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
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KI'lllKltl.KY liAIIAIJi:
now has cini'ioiiiors   I
NEW QUARTERS
The oew quarter* ot' the Kimberley
NEW GARAGE OPENED
AT KIM BERLEY
WITH GOOD PROSPECTS
tenners, whether the work be small or
large. Mr, Looney fs providing himself comfortable quarters over the
garage. This will mean that a*twenty-
four hour service will he maintained.
Oarage which were recently opened is j Tlio garage has the agency for the
the scene of much activity. The bull-! Chevrolet, the Hudson and the Kssex
ding is forty-eight by sixty-four feet, j cars. To date, fourteen Cbevrolets
and Is none too large to take care of: have been delivered or contracted for.
the huslniess which it is called upon Another shipment is exported to arte take care of.   It is well fills.*] with ; rivo tbis week.
cars which are in. either for repairs;      t	
or storage. A cinder base is being put
in. ou top of wliich. when all danger
of heaving is over, a concrete surface
will be spread. The garage is up-to-
date in its equipment in every way. a
new Chief Sentry gasoline standard
has been installed with a large tank
for gar- supply. Free air is io be bad.
Two experl   mechanics
Naval S'lmidron's Visit Changed —
Chttiigps have besu necessitated in
the Itinerary of the special service
squadron of the Royal Navy, now lu
Australian waters. This alters tbo
dates for tbe squadron's stay in British Coluinblp waters, which are now:
ugaged,,' Victoria, June ^1 to 2t>, and Vancou-
ihus assuring satisfaction to all cus-   ver, June 25 to July
.
Tlie garage business in Kimberley
this year is going to be a live one If
thore is anything in the old adage
that "competition is tbe spice of life."
With the addition of the new "Service Oarage," which Mr. Sargeant has
recently opened. Kimberley now hus
two places where one's automobile
ills can be satisfactorily taken earo of.
The Service Oarage Is located on Spo-
(une Stroel and Is but one block from
he depot, Mr. Sargeant, who is him-
telE an expert automobile man. is not
looking for all the business In Kimlierley. but feels with the ever Increas- J
ing number of Kimberley cars, there I ^
^s room for another gurnge and motor
.ties agency. The gurage Is doing u
Lively business In the sale of Ford ears.
Three in one day is Mr. Surgeant's
record so fur. He also handles the
McLaughlin Buick, and all automobile
accessories.
THE GLEN CAFE
k i i! ii i: it i, i: v
cTWrs B. c4. WILSON
BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT OX
Monday, April 28th
THE GLEN CAPE (formerly the White Lunch) will be
opened for business.   The premises are being thoroughly
renovated.
I'lliST CLASS SI3KVK!E      -      OPES AT All
::       1 Alius i;i:st:itvi:i> ion i.ajiiks
HOt |{S
Your Patronage is Solicited
Go to church and leoro about tlie
hereafter, or go autoing and see It.
CANADA'S PROGRESS
SINCE 1881
It Is encouraging at this time to
read what Henry Laboucnere, a
journalist who wrote for a London
periodical in 1881, thought of the
prospects of Canadian advancement
Tbe Hassano Mall recently published
the following extract from an article
of his at the time tbe Canadian
Pacific was marketing bonds for con*
"■inn-lion purpose. Mr. Laboucuere
said:—
"Tbe C. P. R. will run through a
country frost-bound for Eeven or
eight mouths of the year, and will
connect with the eastern provinces a
province (B. C.) which embraces
about as forbidding a country as any
one ou the face of the earth, British
Columbia is not worth keeping und
fifty raflways would not galvanize It
into prosperity. The 0. P. R. Is not
likely to yield a single red cent of
interest ou the money that may be
sunk into it. A friend told me, and
he knew what he was talking about,
that he did not believe the much
touted Manitoba settlement would
hold out many years. The people
who had gone there cannot slant! the
coldness of the wluters. Men and
cattle aro frozen to death In numbers that would astonish the intending ncttlcr If he knew, and those who
arc not killed outright are maimed
for life with frost bites. Its street
nuisances kill people with malaria,
or drive Ihem maid with plagues of
Insects, and to keep themselves alive
during tbe winter they have to Imitate the habits of tbe Esquimaux";
It is through a death dealing region
of ibis kind that the new railway has
to nm. Canada was one of the most
overrated colonies they had, but It
was heartily loyal and made Its loyalty pay. It hud only one sound province Ontario, which some of these
days, when the toad of debt got too
heavy, would go over to the States,
and the Dominion would disappear.
The country was crushed with debt,
every province also having a separate
deht, as has almost every collection
or shanties calling Itself a city. The
province and city of Quebec are both
notoriously bankrupt. Once the
country was fairly committed to the
new railway he saw nothing before it
but bankruptcy, "This Dominion Is la
short a fraud all through, and Is destined to burst up like any other
fraud," Mr.'
Watch for the Dodgers
For The Introductory Special Announcement of
Kimberley Trading Co.
New Goods to Choose From
Kimberley TradingO.
P. Burns Old Location
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Announcement!
The,Kimberley Garage is now prepared to look after
your Auto troubles be they little or great. Willi two expert mechanics in their service ihey do not hesitate lo
guarantee absolutely all tlieir work.
CiiiniiiiMliniis StoragO Spiicf.     Twotlly-four Hour Service
Most l'|i-Tii-lliil<' linsiilliK' Senile Sliillon in I lie IH-lrlil
I'lllcreil llnsiiline - - Oil* and AcC0*.80rlcs
Take your work wliere ynu call lie sure of Exporl Service
I        The Kimberley Garage
i   Agents Por Chovrolel Cars uml Trucks.        Hudson and BbsoX Card
llllOlMllllillli.]|iiiJiiiiiiit)'iiiiiiNiiiit]iiliiimiiitiiiilll<i'ivt]iiiiiii:,N
The Service Garage
K I il li i: n i, i: y
Solicits a share ol' your patronage. We offer you as a
guarantee of satisfactory service, a record of long experience In auto construction and repairing as well as in a
successful business which we are operating as a branch at
Sibbald, Alberta.
WE ABB AOBNTS KOIt Mcl.AUOIII.IN BUICK AND
FORD. CARS. — GASOLINE; OILS, ACCESSORIES Friday. April B5.li, 1924
THE  CRANBROOK   IIKRAMt
PAGE THREB
WINDERMERE    |
ii   DISTRICT NOTES j
■iii I I I i'HM'I !..|..H"I-1'M H"HH4
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., April 19.—Mr. and
Mrs. Jumes Sims are away on a visit
to tbe coast.    ' I
Mrs. A. Ashworth is visiting friends I
In Cranbrook.
Special BJastef services word held
last Sunday lu Christ Church here
and St. Peter's at Windermere, liy
Hev. .•'. It. AlHliisun. the vicar.
Tho Clulld of St. David gavo a CC
whist drive in lbe hall at Wilmer on
Blaster Monday.
Tho Conservatives of the Lakti Wln-
ilormorc district are watching with
the koonoflt Interest all matter*j por-
tainiug tu a possible ponding provincial elootion, Last wock thoy had on*
or tholr good old*tlmo reunion moet*
lugs ut which over forty persons were
presenl rrom tlm Immediate neighborhood. Matters pertaining to the plan
of campaign for this part of Columbia
riding wero briefly touched upon and
some suggestions mndo. A suggestion
wan thrown out as to u basis for tho
election of delegates to tbe district
convention., it being on tlie basis of
one   delegate  for every  twenty-five EAST DOES NOT FAVOJt
persons on ihe list or each polling      UNRESTRICTED EXPORT
OF CANADIAN  LOGS
Lift Off-No Pain!
Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn. Instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift It off with flugers.
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft com,
or corn between the toes, and the foot
calluses, without soreness or Irritation.
livlslon with a minimum or one for
lach. The outstanding feature, however, of ihe meeting was tlie unity
which all expressed that Mr. Arthur
Murray Chlsholm of Windermere, is
the hest man wlio can be selected to
represent the Columbia riding In the
provincial legislature. Great enthusiasm was shown at the mention ol*
his name, removing all doubt but that
bo is tho one and only choice.
lnvermere, B.C., April 23. — Mr.
Percy Lake, for many years a resident of Mils part, but who with his
family has been residing for the last
two or more years In California, returned with ihem all last week, making 'ho two thousand mile irip in his
own ear drawing ti trailer with camp
equipment and personal baggago lie*
hind, Ho roporta the rom In in flue
condition,
Those who this year contemplate
malting a trip over the Banff-Winder*
mem road will find tbo main trunk
ilmds of this district fn a good slate
of repair. Much work was done on
thorn in 1028, taking up most of the
season and greatly Interfering with
tralllc.
of how the witni
and as to some uf
Iniquitous ComniiE
your purl of tlie
very Rind if yon
any Information it
"Thanking you h
Very truly yours,
FRANK J  BARNJTTM."
The latter accompanying ihis com-
I municuimn  was one which appeared
thi. city of the Royal CommtaBlcu on | |n .,„ D|m)|r.. mmi
part as follows:
Objection Itaisc*- to Met hods nf j
Rwent Commission Investigating Question
A number of people in tbis district
who attended recently (he sittings in'
At a general meeting of the Liheral-
C(.i!i,servative,s of tbo Uike Windermere
district recently hold, Mr. Arthur
Murray Chlsholm, tho author, of Windermere, received the united support
of those present as candidato for tho
Columbia riding. The delegates at
the proposed coining convention were
instructed to give him their unanimous
support.
Special services were held by the
vicar, Rev. F. B. Atkinson, on Easter
Day, at Wilmer, Windermere and lnvermere. The attendance throughout
was very large and tbe collections
taken up were very generous in their
character. The churches were very
beautifully decorated with cut flowers,
potted plants and wild flowers. A
reature at Christ Church. lnvermere,
was tho many pieces of new and costly furniture which have this year been
donated as memorials and votive offerings.
Mr. W. II. Henley of the provincial
police force at Vmlr, was a visitor
here this week, returning with bis
own car via Cranbrook.
the question of putting au embargo
ou Hie export of Canadian manufactured logs, weio of the opinion that
tho line of investigation followed and
the methods used to secure evidence,
did not tend to securing the most com-
pHo review of the question, li was
felt that [he commission were working
not so much to inquire into the question pro and con, but lo prove that
I lie t'liihargo was not necessary.
B.C. Is not alone, upparently, In taking this view of the attitude of the
commission. During tho past few
days an official of the Board of Trade,
und a business mnn of the city, who
attended tl,.. sitting! of the commission, received from F. J. D. Barnjnm,
of Montreal, a well-known authority
on forestry matters generally, information that shows quite clearly how
the work of the commission was look-
'ss*>s were secured
the methods of this
-inu   practised   In
<L<>ttiitry   ]   shall   be
wil] kindly give me
;;t you may have.
i anticipation, 1 am.
and  reads
"I believe tlmt in the best interests
t.f the province Uiis problem Bhould
Ik* studied wiih care ami caution, and
I believe I am rendering a service to
my province iu imiking the following
observations in connection with tbe
Prime .Ministers speech. This gent-
ell that 'J per
I  is cut   from
j 1 email said in iii
j cent, of oar pul|
f crown lands, 8 i
and 2 per COB I on
figures aud propo
cordanoe with th-
i newspapers to thi
million cords of i
1 vines only one
third of the total-
cent, by settlers
leuted lots; these
ns are not in ac-
glven by certain
fen hum of three
'I eul in our pro-
llion cords-one.
c exported.
Moreover, when 1 was fn Quebec, n
few duys ago to give testimony befdra
the    Itoyal Pulpwood Commission,    I
ed upon in some parts of the province I beard Jl" attorney representing lum-
of Quebec. Mr. Barnjnm himself wrote I Der merchants state that only one half I
as follows: i of one per cent, of Ibe wood cut In j
"I enclose copy of a letter that. I  i,,Ih province was cut by Ihe settler;
thought might be of Interest to you to
read, as I should judge some such
tactics by the Pulpwood Commission
were practised In British Columbia,
nfter reading the evidence ut Cranbrook, and If you have any knowledge
one driving horses for pleasure.
The basket social held recently at
Edgewater was a pronounced social
and financfal success. The proceeds
were given to reducing the debt on the
new schoolhouse.
Mr. Cameron, Cranbrook's former
mayor, has a nasty accident while attempting to round a curve on his way
back home from Golden. The road
Just at that point is of the nature of
gumbo and when Mr. Cameron reached
It he shot over tho bank. Being a
veteran as far as facing emergencies
is concerned Mr. Cameron was equal
to tlio occasion and sunk to tlie bottom
of his car where he took a toe holjl on
the dashboard and a handhold on the
pedals,  thus  avoiding being thrown
out   though  the car  turned   several
The number of new automobiles of I somersaults and was badly damaged.
11 sizes and makes which have been j II took 1,im over half a» hour t0 «*
out from under and those who were; their disposal
present after the disaster say that he' well paid to represent their interests;
If tiiese figures are correct, fn my
humble opinion, there should not lie
tho least hesitation about Imposing an
embargo.
On tlie other hand, if the figures
given by the Prime Minister are official and correct, it would appear that
the wood exported hy tlie settler, the
farmer owner of (Jie patented lots,
seigniorial reserves and freehold
lands would represent only a proportion of 10 per cent., which would mean
that fn such a case it, would not be
worth while to impose tho Embargo.
Allow mo again to observe that it Is
my conviction, as woll ns that of a
great number of people, that the Commission named by the government at
Ottawa to look Into and secure ex- j
presslonu of public opinion on tho
subject of the embargo cannot secure
full information with Its method of
procedure; outside of a few rare exceptions, all the witnesses beard by
the Commission are the witnesses produced by rich American companies
Interested to defeat tlte embargo;
these companies are defraying all the
expenses of the witnesses who testified in their favor; they had also at
mlneiit    legal    talent
I
imported  into  tbis district   this  year
is proverbial.    It is the exception to j was (,„iy 8ave(j from 80vere injury by! whereas tho public — or better,   the
the rule now to meet a pedestrian or  his * presence of mind. ; people—could not very easily be rep-
resented and heard before this Commission. This situation is self explanatory,       -riu- Commission  held  its
.-.tilings only in lhe largo centres, and
Mo- people living at a distance, farmer.-, or settlers, could not afford a trip
to Quebec, Montreal or any other city
in order to testify before this Cummis-
nlon. The i'ew cottiers who came from
a distance and wit., heard at the sittings and who wero unfavorable to
the ombrngo, did not certainly defray
tlieir own travelling expenses; and
they were summoned and remunerated
hy the companies blocking the Embargo; and it Is in this manner that
a proportion of 95 per cent, against
tho Embargo was secured from the
witnesses heard.
Wo must,   howo'*er,   havo   no llu-
sions und believe that this proportion
reelects public sentiment concerning
the question cf the Embargo. Certainly  not.       1  am convinced  that  tlie;
hearings would have been moro com-!
plete and that  it  would have given a'
very much more exact idea of the pop-'
ular sentiment on ihis question, ff In'
every parish or municipality a special appeal bad been made to the local
authorities  to delegate to the Com-
of each parish who would testify and
place the views and opinions of the ;
taxpayers of these municipalities con-
corning tho ICmbargo.   These taxpayers could have held a public meeting
and  discussed the question  and  pas-.
Bed resolutions which they could have
submitted to tho Commission and the
Federal government should have defrayed the expenses of such delegates;
and   wo   could thus   have   actually
known the opinion ot* the people on j
this question.
In my particular case, I went to
testify beforo the Commission with
two of my follow citizens; we wero
compelled to remain three days In
Quebec and defrayed all our own expenses, hotel bills, etc. How many
persons would have wished to testify
hut wero unable to do so on account of
the exponoe?
If I make these remarks. It Is because 1 believe slncorely thut we
should havo (ho omliargr, not only on
the wood hut also on the pulp. This
would have the resull of giving twice
tho amount of employment and protecting tho raw material. This labor
demand thus lieing considerably increased, tho natural effect would be
to open new and greater outlets for
the agricultural products, which are
fn great, need of such outlets iu order
to favor lhe sale of such products.
As u moat efficacious m aus ot preventing the numerous and disastrous
forest fires wliich we are having each
year, I would suggest that the government give no further reduction of
i-ht
in lilt
is or limits;
1 would also stiKKe: l iliat the great
number of forest guards who are in-
experienced lie replaced by more experienced men men who know the
necessity of protecting the forests
againsl fires. With such a staff the
government could show more lenl-
oncy with the settler, to reduce much
more the restrictions now imposed upon him regarding the rights to burn
tiie underbrush In order to make new
land and clear his lot.
REVELSTOKE RAILWAY-
.tIAN   iS rONSKKVATIVE
C.VNIUOATK THEEE
Mount Robson station on tin- Canadian
National Railways and will attempt to
scalo Mount Robson, tbe hlghesl  peak
In the Canadian RorkicH.
At Revelstoke. Thursday night last,'
the Conservative convention selected:
Adam Hell, a C.P.R machinist, uge 31.'
the youngest of all the candidates now j
In tiie Hold, He te u returned soldier'
win, a ti tn* record, aud Is au excel-}
lent speaker
Ills speech nf acceptance was en-'
tliusiasth ally received,
w. ,1 Bowser, Conservative leader,
congratulated the convention on its
choice of standard-bearer for the riding. Mr. Bowser was in fighting trim,
and delivered a strong criticism of the
Oliver government ami the third party
ambitions,
Itoiindnrj Monument to be enrolled
-The final boundary monument to
mark the close of the survey of the
line between Alberta and British Co-;
I urn bin, will bo unveiled this year at
tho summit of Robeon Pass by thu Alpine Club. The club te holding its
annual camp this year IS miles from
\\
Apply the liniment every few
'iuurs to throat nnd chest.
Garylc with Minard's in warm
water.
Splendid for Bronchitis
MIPS.!! OF
IJNDOTENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant,       unreserved.       surveyed
ruwn lands may be pre-empted tn
British subjects ovor is years of UK"
<nd by aliens on declaring- Intention
tn become JJilliPh Hiii.je.jlfl, fundi-
tlonal upni] residence, occupation
I'd   Improvement   fnr    agrtcuiuin*.;
Full Information eomrrning regi:-
..nluns regarding pr^-emptioni ii
given in Bu'letln No. 1. L;inu Series
'How iu Pre-empi Land," copies ui
Whlah (.ao be olii.-ui-.il Ir*** ..f ;liarg*:
L»j ad•in,-*.?.iru; thy ] lf.p.n iment ul
Lands. Victor a. He., or iu any Gov*
'inT.ent Aceiu.
Records will  be granted covertna
■:i.v    and  suiiable    fur     agriculture
, irposei, and which ii imi timber'
land, i.e., carrying ovor ;..eeo boarc
del per acre iveit of the Coast Rang*
and t.ovc feet [i-i acre ens-, nt thai
Range,
Applications fur pre-emptions «r*
■    ba addressed to the Land com
Im oner ef the r*nd Recording In
Islon, In which tht land npplif-J foi
Is situated, anl art made on printed
forms, copies of which can be ab*
.ninod from the i-and Commissioner
Pre-emptions nni.it t>o occupied (•>■
five years ami Improv amenta ni-uW
to .e..i.e of (iu par sere, including
tearing and cultivating at leant tht
htcs. before a I'rown Grant can tn
• reived.
For more detailed Information net
e    Bulletin    -tin,    to    i*r* emi-i
l-and."
PURCHASE
Applications are received fir pur
chase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not beiiiR tlmbcs'ttuiri
for agricultural purpofH***. iiuclnuin
frico of ftrst-clnsa (arable) land i*t tl
pur acre,  and  second ciaaa   (ffratine)
and $:'60 per acre,    Furtlier Infor
niatiun re*::tidinfc- purchase Ol |«jui
-** Crown ln-i.ls is Rive:. In Mullet.t
No,   tO.   L&nd   Seriev.   "Purchase and
Lean uf rruwn Lands,*1
Mill, factory, or Industrial ntiei oi
timber land, not exceeding 4 ft acres
may be purchased ,11 teased, thi conditions      including      payment       ot
••.mipage
HOMESITE LEASES
1'nsurv.ned areas, not exceeding -ft
seres, may be leased at. Urn tesl ten
conditional upoi a dwelling l>elnn
-r-cterf in the *'.r**t yoar. title belns
ottalnab'e after n>slii«m-P and Im
urovement com!!tlons ara fulftlltr1
and land Iibs been •..ir'.ey-'d.
LEASE8
For grailu*- and industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 arrt*.
may be leased by ona person or a
company.
GRA2ING
t'nder *h- Grazing Act the Province ls divided Into grasirg dlstrlctj
ar.d the range admlniBtered undar ?i
Erasing Commissioner Aitnui1
grazing permlT; are issued based on
r.umbers ranged priority being give;:
*o established owners. Stock-owner*
may form aasuclitions for rang*
management Free, or partially free,
permits ere available for seiUf-a
campers aad treval.an, up -Am
aami.    _ „
HHi **AOR   FOUR
THK  CRANBROOK   IlKRAMl
Friday, April 25th, 11121
:i;;!uJiiiuiuiiii;i!iuaiHii.>'iii't]iiiiiiiiiii't]ii:!iiiii>!it]iiiiiiin:
| WE ARE [IEUE Tl
1 APPRECIATE
![3ll|lil1l]||lt]!|!illlllll|[llt|||l!l||ll[]l|l|||Hliltt]l!llllllllllt]lllllllllllinilll!llllll
I SERVE Vol' AND WILL "
YOUR  PATRONAGE. Ij
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, j
Fancy Goods & China
TWENTY   VKAKS   AGO
axtract! triim 'I lie Cranbrook
Herald of this dale.  1903.
.1. V. Huchcroft has (roue to Wunl-
nor to do some nilllwrlElil work lor
Hi. Crow's Nasi Pass Lumber Co.
The c.P.lt. payroll In tlie city has
ow rcai'hi'd Hie Rgure of $25,000 per
G 1 FT S    TH A T    I. AST
I    RAWORTH BROS
2      The   opera     H.M.S.   Pinafore"   was     _.
|.' put uii lasl wl",k tor u"'''l; n'Bllts by  ganizod fire urlKiule
I: ibe Choral  Society, and  drew  very
1; good crowds.
I     Tbe tie cul this seaBon In tbe Crnn-
1 brook dlstrlcl will amount to at least
1   1,250,000, or about 250 cars.
I Try i's For Kcpiilrs and Gel Satisfaction
|    C.lUt. WATCH IXSPECTOR NBXT TO THE POST.   OUI. b.
mniiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii'iiiii.i:: min iiiniwniiiiitii
1 The Odd Fellows celebrated tbelr
s elghty-fUlli anniversary this week with
| an open meeting, at which iipproprl-
luiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiic 'e ttldresBes wore ghen.
Ok Cranbrook ftrald
luxes (iii tbe lulling
wer to ensure that tho
r A. WILLIAMS
U   POTTER, H. Sc
righls Imi  what  i
in..., thoy have ample po
Umber eropB siutll lie made the inheritance ot lu
other words the Canadian
the title, io the greater part
Buhscrlptlun Price 	
To Doited .Stales 	
Advertising Hates on Appllca
for Advertising should be handed
nesday noon to secure attention.
Communications tor publb uio
by Uio nanio of lbe writer, not i,
print.
APRIL 1924
IVH  MM   TUt  WED   TtIV   FRI   SAT
12 345
6 7 8 9 io nn
13141316 01819
20 2122 23 24 25 26
27282930
i?'J.llll Per Vear
irJ..'itl Per Venn
liy'
A LOST ART
The apostles of the doctrini
have tears brought to their e;
Ihey read their daily paper!
used to lie pointed to as mode
construction in tlie mother tongi
said, elegance ol' diction is a loi
no longer I lie same anxiety to ge
in Ihe right place, nor lo detenu)
difference between words conimc
onynis. Words originally Ireatet
tofore treated as outcasts irom
dictionaries, are now to l
page of almost any daily.   '
lure general ions
people by retaining
ol forest aroa have assumed the solemn responsibility for passing on lhe "capital sum," of tho
later thnn Wed-i forest estate to our great grandchildren iu nu-
! impaired conditio i,
the accompanied j       Now we come   io   a   little understood facl
nly lo appear In  ... ,   ,       ,       . ,
I . ne forests are being deteriorated not liy use Inu
I by abuse, ln ihe last hundred yars, 600,00'.'
square miles have been burned l\v public re ll
Icsness as compared to 100,000 square miles
cleafed by the axe. Of last year's forest fires,
numbering 6,000, aboul 5,'100 were started liy
ciit'eless people. Not the axe but lhe unextinguished camp fire, the match and cigarette, are
devastating the forests and fobbing the next
generation of badly needed limber. Forest conservation starts with those who use Ibe forest
for work or play. There will bo no such thing as
forest protection until the Canadian citizen regards the burning of a forest as infinitely more
of good English! disgraceful than setting fire to his own town
vis nowadays as I bull.
Tlie newspapers'  =
lor style and
Inu now. il is
oi.   There is
he right word
the shades of I the portends in the political sky, there may noi
):■ any election ill the provincial sphere this year
ifter all.   There is said to be some process of
X O T E    A N D    CO M M E N T
According lo the wiseacres al Vicloria and
Vancouver, wlio profess to read und interpret
imoiily used as syn
ai ed as slang, here
■oni ihe recognize
lniiiiil on lbe front
edayoi big heading I spring
and sensational news is here, and Uio tendencyiyear' .    ,.„,,,,...,.,„
is to crowd tbe most sensational mutter into the matters, and   Ihem   next yea    again, lolloping
ieasi space, with the heading to match. The Ian- which a session could be "'
gnuge is laid on tbe altar und offered up us a[VW** <»' voting supply   11 spring or the
, .. .i ii,,     I'lillriwitii! vear     Perhaps it could ue none, per
Bacrf.ce to the tendency of tie ago, which is to louowint yeiu. i        ,„.„,;„,   ,,„,.„,
,    . ,..,.., ._. I,,,,,., iliere   is   some Daily   leader with   neivt
crowd lbe mosl into tin
ed. political legerdemain available by which the government could maintain itself in power till the
; of 1!IL'~.   A fall session could be held this
il   is staled, confined to non-contentious
mul   them   next year   agf
11)20 for the
meeting Ihe exactii
British newspa
from using the law.
ize the papers issue
und there was nol ;
the pith of the arl
so llial one does mil need to read any further unless they desire. The more sensational and morbid news was handled carefully, the rough edges
taken off, as it were, and editorial utterances
were scholarly dissertations, educative and informative, served up with polished phrase and
perhaps an apt quotation.   Possibly a good deal
he age. which is to
t, and butchered to haps there   is   some party
narrow columns, enough io try It; but ii had better be one whe
intends lo "retire from public life to devote himself to business interests." as the phrase has it
for he would be retired so thoroughly when thi
exasperated electors did have Ihe "
llial there would lie no chance for re- entry
into public life. Such a course would lip a
shameless travesty on the principles of representative government, and seems loo absurd to
bo considered seriously.
A tire the other niKht demonstrated
he fact lhat Crnnbrook needs an or-
G^Miitf'jbwdgrl
is scientifically madej
and ba& never Failed I
ib give tbe maximum!
leavening efficiency'*!
13ecause of tbis|
and tbe uniformly
satisfactory results^
obtained by its use [
we recommend it
eaC&n&deb perfect I
baking' powder
ns ol Uie narrow columns.
lers for yi ars have refrained
e headings which character-
! nn Lhis side of the Atlantic,
.ways ilit* tendency io crowd
(le Into the first paragraph
Communism has been raising its head ii
lada, the latest development being the decis-
of it wont ovor the heads Of some readers, but it' ion of the Workers* Party of Canada to change its
was living up to a tradition running through a'name to the Communist Party, with direct afii
couple of hundred years or more of newspaper Nation with the Third Internationale at Moscow j.-..
history.   The social upheavals in modern times,' Liberty of thought and action, as one of the te-
the wars, the industrial development which puts nets of modern democracy, cannot he interfere
out products in thousands which wen- formerly with, but there is such a thing as carrying 1*. to
made only in lens       all these have tended   to an extreme, and if these disciples of Trotsky andiop \ truth
bring about a new standard In Mu* newspapers of Lenine have such admiration for their principle i»o
the land, so thai the .sentence that seemed ele- it might be better for them to go and help worki"a,io» he that leareth him, ami work-
gant and correct a generation ag *"      " ""'
Sni untiiy, April *i(l
CAST AWAY from you alt your transgressions, whereby yo have traiis-
grossed: ami make you a Hew heart
and a new spirit; for why wtll ye die,
0 house ot Israel? For 1 have no
pleasure in Ihu death of liiin thai dieth
aaith the Lord God: wherefore turn
ye and live ye.—Bsseklel 18:81,98,
+   +   +
Sunduy, April 27
FINALLY. BRETHREN, whatsoever
things are true, whatsoever tilings are
honest, whatsoever things are just,
whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever
things are of good report; if theie be
any virtue, if there he any praise,
think on these things. - Phtlllpians
4:8,
+   +   +
Monday, April is
THOU HAST A MIGHTY ARM; strong
is thy hand and high te thy rich, lui ml.
Justice and judgment are the habitation of thy throne: mercy and truth
shall go before thy face.—Psalm 89;
18,14.
+■    -r-    +
Tuemltiy, April 2\)
THOU SHALT LOVE THE LORD tllj
God with all thy heart, and with all
soul and with all thy strength, and
with all thy mind: and thy neighbor
as thyself.—Luke 10:27.
+    +    +
WedncHilny, April so
perceive that God is
especter of persons: but in every
All Aboard
Mr. George Itobbof Auchtermuchty with his wife and bIx children, photographed on board the Canadian Pacifia
liner "Metagama*' at Glasgow en route for Canada. This family party is proceeding to Braeside, Saskatchewan,
PRESENTATION AND
ADDRESS GIVEN  VAHD-
31A ST tilt ON LEAVING
stilted and archaic.
AH things progress, hut th
those who mourn the passing o
for sentimental reasons.
now sounds them oui in Russia, to demonstrate to the work
that they are not as radical as generally sup
e are always posed,
the old order,
WHO OWNS CANADA'S FORESTS?
The forests of Canada are owned by the
people to the extent of eighty-five per cent. It
is true thai the timber cutting rights on a portion of the forests are leased to companies,
thereby providing 126,000 men with steady JobB,
eth righteousness,    is    accepted with
him.—Acts 10: 34,35
Colleagues  of   \V.   D.   McLeod
Take Him By Surprise
Friday Night Last
The many friends of Yardinnster \V.
U. MacLeod took him completely by
.surprise on Friday night last at the
V. M. C. A., when a Knot! representation ui' all departments gathered to
wish "Mac" success lu the "low level"
at tiie Coast.
Mr. MacLeod is being transferred
oil account cf Mrs. MacLeod's health
which has never been good here.
Expressions of regret and praise
wero offered by the following:
J. 11. Cameron nu behalf of the
Railroad Trainmen; It. MacBurnoy;
Conductors; Emerson Walker, Road
Department; J. A. Mackay, Car Department; tt, .1. Collins, Operating
Department; W, Barber. Mechanical
Dopartmenl: W. Slelgtitholm, Engineer!-: and T. R. Flett, Superintendent.
Q. T. Molr acted as chairman and
■ailed upon K. J. Collins to assist
him in the absence of J. A. Inn is. The
'ollowing address was read:
"On the eve of your departure for
.'ancouvor, we, your friends assom-
iled hero tonight, with many others
vho are unavoidably absent, take this
ipportunlty of expressing our good
vlll lo yourself and Mrs. MacLeod
luring your stay amongst us during
lie Ihsl eight years.
"kindly accept these tokens of good
vlll   to  yonrself  nnd   Mrs.   MacLeod,
lusting sticcoBB will follow your work
it iho Coast."
Signed on behalf of the Committee.
J. INNIS,
G. T. MOIR
Mr, MacLeod was taken completely
iy riurpriso, and so -xpresEed himself
visliing   it)  thanK   his   many   friends
.vho had contributed to his success at
his point, and especially to the many
men out on the lino who could not be
present to say farewell.
The meeting came to a close hy all
singing "He's a jolly pood follow, and
a tiger."
Thursday, May I
FOR (JOD SO LOVED THE WORLD,
thnt he gave his otily begotten Son,
that whosoever believeth In him
should not perish, but have everlasting life.™-John 3: lfi.
+    +    +
Friday, Mny 2
HE THAT LOVF.TH SILVER shall not
be  satisfied  wiih  silver,  nor he that
. loveth abundance with incruHe: this
lll.lllll.il! AX EI.KCTIOS COMETH ,, „,80 vu„ily,   w,|e„ R00(1, „,„,„„„,
The unsavory mean of charge* and counter-ohargeslthey arc increased thnt ent them, and
being brewed at Washington Just now and hammered atlwlntt good   'k   there   to tho owners
but Hit' ownership remains In the Mime of tn6|wjth ceaseless din by party Journallstlo tom-toms, is sorv-jthereof, saving the beholding or them
Canadian people.    This is in happy contrasl to Ing no othor purpose beyond reminding the general public with their eyes?    tSccleBla'os 6:10,11,
conditions   in   the   United States where three-h*"' "" 0l6ot,on ls'" "<>""■ Moreover, mis is a presldon-,  .—_—
lis of the fores! ares ;   privately ownod.||,^5r^'fi_",,J^,li*^* ""*l0!lJI^L«!!!^ViLM-l!fr" ^c,'-'ier!j,!,,!-**'!'*+*'!''!'*',-*+**++**-!'+,,'*+
fn
rom Our Exchanges
Our Shoe Sale is Still On
Hl'Y SHOES U'lliCN VOL' CAS BUY THEM FOB LESS!
3C3 CHILDREN'S  HATS ARE ON SALE
Sec Our Assortment of Hals Before You Huy.
CROCKERY SPECIAL
(I White C'nns and Saucers   Si.CO
Plates or Porridge Bowls     15c each
B. WESTON'S STORE
The Store Thai Sells I'm* Less RAKER STKKI.T
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The people of Canada nol onlj c tin ahoul tw-civ.- ],'1,i]1','Ml'
million dollars a year tor their public ireasurl
Mori
lial year nlso, which undoubtedly accounts for
hao usual thumping and reputation blasting.
f summer lhe 1924 campaign will bs j.*
orth \\>Hi Miiiinc Truth.
hy the!
real
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DISTRICT  MOTES
Jtors than twenty tuga In New Voilt harbor went to the aid of the great Leviathan wtiou a slroui; chli
tide threw the "Queen of the Hens" Into a mud bank. With all of their pulling and tugging Mm Uf boat could
not be freed until ovenlng when the rising tide lifted her. Now lb. C t. Shipping Boar! anaomices tho
l^nlatbaa will be laid uo until Kerch uixlsrgotug sepala to revolt tvMaM wBgb was* Ik* mem tl the
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motor trnv
el tlinl  is hound lo favoi
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■'  i ■ .- lhe  IJiuiff-Windor.
r  highway  opens for  Iln
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tnltlnu i n n now 1 use nm
iiii sons i
if intir;i''. development it
tnkliin plac
( llievo.   1 i addition lo Iln
.   _!,-   ■      ly,.
mpi ivcmehta  wh'ch  wer.
iidili i Intel
y in the Will lermere holei
prot-rrly. i
ier- lire Iwo more cniir.'es
hull,!: b, i
■in   in-   Mr,   Lloyd  T Karl
ntvl  Urn s
i ml   for  Hu   Invonnorc
1   mt llCtlllf
Oninpi iiy,  UU.    linlli "1
'' ■■    win
he thoroughly up-to-date
j., every ri
npecl.   Oilier iiessllil? Ini-
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, lire   inenllr'i. d.   sneli     It '
Iho cstnhlh
illini 'll or nu up-to-dato ten
room n 'il
fosl hnii'so.
Mini Mu.
I'Kenzi..   of   Marysvllle, It
p.;! intltug
her    Kinder holidays with
friends ut
Wirutermere.
That tlm extension of the Dominion
government metallic telephone line
tn in Proctor to Yuhk by stringing
jiil1 moro wire in conjunction with
ihe one wire elveariy In operation
hetween them' points is bolng looked
into, mul will hi* reported on hy iho
telegraph branch of the department of
public works, is the statement of Hon,
Dr. .1. II. Kin::, minister of public
works, in reply lo lhe receipt of a resolution dealing with this matter, passed by tin- Associated Hoards of Trnde
-if Eastern British Columbia, The
minister Is also looking into iha con-
it ruction nf n telephone line nlong
tin* Kdgewood-Vernon rond, nnd will
make n report shortly.
Tho   resolution   endorsing  the a|v
QUALITY
Co-Operative
Si:itVKK   t
We are moving our stock o! Feed, and are clearing
out al very lov. prices, in ten sail; lols, prices good till
May 1st:
BRAN, per ton    $23.00
SHORTS, per ton   23.00
PEED WHEAT, per ton   30.00
FEED OATS, per ton   28.00
CRUSHED BARLEY, per ton ..30.00
Ogilvle's Glenvra Flour, liss
Imported Macaroni, ready cut,
Egg .Noodles	
Apple Butter, per jar 	
Fresh CocoanutS, each   	
Oranges, from 	
Fresh Tomatoes, per lb	
Fine Sound Apples, per case  .
  3.25
  2H». 25c
  2 tor 25c
  25c
  15c
■I doz. lor 95C up
  35C
2.50
NEXT WEEK IVE 1VII.I. HIM.I. Vlll  C10AIIS AT ONE.HAtF MAN.
I I'AITl'IIEII'S   COST,   IIV   TIIE   BOX. i
REMEMBER!
The DANCE In the K. 1'. HALL, on ihe 30th,
under the auspices of the  Ladies' Guild.
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.
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lo have your
Ru^s and Carpets Cleaned
;n KuoU'iuiy Ivttke nt low Wat or per-   §
'oils which will call for tha construe-  |
Ion of ii dam, hns he. n referred by  |
lie minister to Hip engineering branch  i
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'm-iT'is'.' :n Bhlpmentfl of grain to van- s * ,   , .     , . ,
Oliver clnrlnic tlie presenl Brain yenr. § chancen of your carpels being ruined liy rough boating.
over Hums of Inn BBaso» !■: snown liy  | ,,,|0X[.; ,,||,|,|H. TIIE  HASTEli CliEAKIill AM) DVIHt,
llgui'OS IsfltlOll Inst weOK by r.nii'!;lls nf   =
the Oonatllan Ntttlonal RtalwcyB,   In  g
tlie. iierlml Irom Sept. I, 19J3 tn April  1
!i. i!i"i. ii ii.inl of 1I>'10 oars of rraln j
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FOR PRICES
Cranbrook Cleaners & Dyers
WE t'Al.l. I'OH AMI IIHMVKJI AU. (IIHI1IS       Villi AUK Friday, April 25th, tiCM
THE   ClUHBllOOK   HKBALH
PAGE  KIVK
ANNOUNCE SEATING
ARRANGEMENT FOR PERFORMANCE OF "MIKADO"
Usu.'l Price of $1.00 Will Be
Adhered to With u Feu
Seats ut tfUO
In view of the coafuolou tbat baa
sometimes occurred In corned'on
with the purchasing and reserving of
soutn for tin; ahovu put on by tlio
Musical Society, the following notes
nu to iho arrangements bolng muds
art' respectfully offered for lhe kiiIiI-
itiicu of patrons,
Tickets will be in tlie hands of all
mombors of ihe Socloty for snlo to the
public on tho morning of Tuesday,
April 29th, at a flat prlco of $1.01). Ah
heretofore all scats will be reserved,
and thoso tlckotB may lie exchanged
for General ftoaorvn tlons al tho
Hoattlo Noble Drug Store on unit after
May isth, A limited numhor of hoIocI
Boats are bolng specially roaorvoil at
$11)0, and those may be obtained one
week earlier, (thai te, on ami nfter
May Bth), upon proBontotlon of ii ticket and an additional poymonl of Bite,
This Ih a departure from the Musical
Society's practice at previous cotioortB
bul it Ih hoped that this arrangement
will avoid the rash for front soata
which has sometimes resulted in a
certain amount of unfairness nud ui-
tceltng.
The Musical Society has endeavored
all along to pul these high-class
shows, which are costly to produce.
before tlie public, at the lowest possible price, consistent with clearing
expenses, and the prices for the
"Mikado" have been fixed in accordance with this principle, it might be
mentioned that the society requires
two full houses at these prices to clear
up its season's expenses,
A matinee will be given nu Saturday
May 17th, specially for tho bene lit of
children who will be admitted for 25c
each, Adults attending lhe matinee
will bo charged $1.00 as at the evening performance. No scats will be
reserved for tho matinee,
It te hoped that the foregoing ai
rangementB will meet with the approval of our patrons, and that the supporl ni' the community will be given
ihis, thu .Musical Society's final offering for this season.
Members are reminded that Pull
rehearsals will bo hold tn the Auditorium on tlie Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday nights proceeding the per*
forinntieuH.
Itospeet fully
Oa behalf of the Musical Society
F. J. LODOEJ.
Secrotary
Mrs, Rosalind Stuart Mennle wishes hor many frlondB to know thai she
luiH hooked passago for (lliiHgow, Scotland, from Montreal, to nail on tho s.s.
Malagamn on May 1st. Mrs. Mennle
oaino to MooHomin. SnBk., us Miss
Chalmers oorly in life with hor two
brolhorB, In iho year following the
close of the Roll rebellion of 18S5.
ami ho lias experienced much along
tho lino of pioneering. From Ulas-
gow, sho goes straight to Quoensbury
llouHo, Edinburgh, whero nn elderly
Invalid relative is spending her closing years, an aunt, the youngcHt and
only living daughter of a family of
sixteen, whoso father, Mrs. Mennie's
grandfather, fought under the Duke of
Wellington at Waterloo. Mrs. Mennie's stay in her native country will
be indefinite, it may be prolonged, depending on the continuation of life of
her relative.
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Low Prices
AND THE VERY CHOICEST LOCAL BEEP FED DY
Mr. Al. Doyle.
Fort Steele
CHOICE HEEF ROASTS, per 111   IZVttt
CHOICE BOILING BEEF, per 3 lb 25C
PRIME KIRS OF BEEF, boned and rolled,
per lb  20c
CHOICE ROUND STEAK, per lb 20C
Special Grain Fed Pork
SHOULDER ROASTS, per lb.
LOIN ROASTS per lb	
16c
25c
We do noi make a low grade of SaUBage.       Our
Customers Demand Tlie Best
Try Our Cure Cork Sausage.    Tliey nre Delicious
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
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| BORN—To Mr. aad Mrs. E. O.
; Doner, uf this, city, at the St. Kugene
j Hospital, on Suturday. April  l»rh. a
; SOU.
H. U Urady's airedale dog which he
lost recently on the Wycliffe road, him
] boen found. .Mr. Grady lu going to
Kimberley on  Monday,  found him on i
I tbo rond.
[ Mrs. W. Wolfer is at the count atten
' ding a meeting of the Women's Insti
j title Wliich is taking place ut Vancou*
I vor.
! (.. T. Moir expects to leave lhe middle or next week Tor Cleveland, aa the
j representative for tho Local division
ial ihe International gathering of tbo
| order of railroad telegraphers,
j BORN—-On Monday, April 21, nt the
St. bill gone Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs
J, Crosby, of this city, a sou.
itov. w. T, Tapscott returned on
Priday from (be East, whero he had
been called hy the aerioitB Illness of
a daughter ut Pittsburg, Pa., who wa.-
happily ulmost completely restored
to health before he left. Mr. Tapscott
returned by way of Toronto, and while
there uttended monster mass meetings
at the Massey Hall marking the Jubilee of Baptist missionary work iu
India and Bolivia. He took his regu
lar services ia the church on Banter
Sunday, conducting the ordinance of
baptism In the evening.
BORN—On Priduy, April 18th. al
i the St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr. aud
Mrs. Emit Pommier, of skookum-
I chuck, a soih
The stationery ordered through the
Board of Trade is expected to arrive
j about the end of the month. It consists, as explained before, of a good
road map, printed in three colors on
one side, emphasizing the locatioa of
Crauhrook as a tourist centre, and
showing its road connections In all
directions. Ou the rsverse side will
be printed the ordinary letter heading
of the various merchants who ure absorbing the order, and who will use
the paper for their usual business
stationery. Through the efforts of Mr.
J. P. Pink, of the publicity committee,
close on to 60,000 of these sheets were
disposed of among the local bttstnesp
firms, and their correspondence, going
broadcast over both the t'nited States
and Canada, will give Cranhroolt's
tourist possibilities much real advertising.
I Miss Rita Palmer, of Waldo, waa
able to leave the hospital on Saturday
last to return home, much improved
in health.
Mr. M. A. Beule returned home this
week following his recent operation
at the hospital, but will not be able to
attend to his business till ubout Tues
duy oi next week.
Mrs.   C.  U
with Cranbf
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FARMERS'
INSTITUTE
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The date of the meet tug of the
Farmers' Institute which has been
advertised for May 3rd, has been
changed to May 1st. A large attendance is requested. At this meeting
Mr. Archibald Mitchell will lecture on
"Hardy Fruit for Cold Climates" aad
on "Ornamental Trees for Farm
Planting." Mr Mitchell was formerly
proprietor of the Coaldule Nurseries,
but Is now with the tree planting car
of the Forestry (Association In Alberta
and Saskatchewan.
Advertising Canada in Scotland
thi
thai tar
wlitrc U
school ii
ek.
Itdii
Bennett was u visitor
Kik friends a few days
cotnpanylng tbe children
their way to lnvermere,
will spend the Easter
ys.—Creston Review
Thi top left Photograph ..how* 11 crowd gathered round tho Car on 'Irofalitar Square, London, Ertft.-R!«ht and below ar«
Pictures which ahow lhe Car closed und open for Exhibition und Lecturing purpose*.
To search Scotland for emigrants to Canada is tho
mission of a dazzling blue automobile whicb left
Trafalgar Square, whero lt hud heen on exhibition, recently, for Cupar, Fifeshlre, where It entered upon nn
Itinerary which will carry R through all tho fiiira and
markets ln every village In Scotland.
Tho car, equipped witli cinematograph apparatus,
nnd accompanied by a lecturer, Is being sent Into tho
most remote villages ln Scotland hy tbe Canadian
Pacific Railway that the hardy Scot nay be weaned
Last summer the car achieved considerable success
as a unit of tho Canadian train ln Prance. It is twelve
feet long hy seven feet wide and Is really a miniature
exhibition. When opened, agricultural exhibits are displayed, and almost every corner of the Dominion Is
represented on tho artistically designed punels which
stiow in many colors the agricultural, industrial and
scenic possibilities of Canada. Tbe exhibits aro electrically Illuminated with suitable Informative Inscriptions uddfnjc to their value und utility. Thu oar will
be oa Ue road during Uu ajtilug abd suuijuur.
Ikn/.tl .Maxwell of Crauhrook in
home on enforced vacation, tbe coal
miners' strike cutting down freight
traffic to such an extent that tin C.P
It. is forced to lay off some of the
crews.—Creston Review,
O. c Robson, general manager oi
the it. c. spruce Mills. Lumberton,
left on Tuesday evening on u business
trip to '•astern United Btatos points,
Including   Cleveland.     Detroit,   New
York., Toronto. YVasiui. Wis., and uth.
er points.
' BORN—To Mr. Tnd Mrs. Granville
Mussei1. or Kimberley, on Tuesday,
April 22nd, at the St. Kugene Hospl*
'al, u son.
Alfred Baker of Fernie, was a visitor over the Easter week-end ut the
home of his daughter. Mrs, Harry
Doris. He motored from Penile In
his Star cur. aud reported tlio roads
good with tho exception of the stretch
from Pernie to the Morrisaey hill
.vhich lie says Ih deep in ruts, making
hard going, He returned on Mondaj
afternoon.
E, C. Egan, responsible for much oi
the railway construction In Westm
Canada, died la Winnipeg last week
after a protracted illness He wn.i Tl
years old. Mr, Egan -.vent to Winnipeg
In 1878 and with his brother. ,1 M
Kgan, built the Crow's Nest Pass rail
way. He fs survived by his wife, two
.-tons and two daughters, A. C. Kgan,
a sou. Is comptroller of the Canadian
National Railways.
Mrs. D. Nelson, of St. Mary's Idaho.
iei'i'i the hospital 011 Tuesday of this
week nfter a short stay us a patient
A. J. Smith was on Priduy last sentenced to three months In Oka Hit for
breaking and entering the Governmenl
Liquor Store on April 1st. by Judge
Thompson, ln passing sentence the
judge remarked thut he was being lenient as this was the first offense ol
his nature to come before hint, bul
hat any future case would be much
more severely dealt with.—-Golden
Star.
John Doran. of Kimberley. is a pa-
.laat at tho hospital this week.
Members of Maple Leaf Rebekah
,odge .No. 19, will meet at the Audt-
orluin ou Sunday evening, April 27th,
it 7 p.m. to attend divine service at
die Methodist church with the members of Key City Lodge No. 42, in com-
menunoration of tlie 105th anniversary
of the i.O.O.P. All visiting brothers
nud sisters are cordially invited to
attend.
it is announced from Toronto that
the necessary order has been made by
Mr. Justice Midleton. permitting the
sale of the Home Bank property in
Pernie to Lhe lUynl Trust Co., the
holding company for the Royal Hank
t Canada, for $19,000. of which $1,400
goes to Ihe assets of the Home Rank,
and the balance to satisfy in part the
blanket mortgage of $1,300,000 upon
the Home Bank property. This mortgage was held by W. S. K. Lee, of New
ork. The Royal Trust Company Ib
receiver of his Interest, ami the pey-
menl will be made 10 him through the
trust company,
It is stated that the arrangements
being made tentatively for thfl entertainment of the members of the British naval Hquadron which is to visit
the Pacific coast in June or July may
include a trip for the officers and
men us fnr east as Regina from Vancouver. If this is so, no harm would
he done tn attempting to get the return trip mado via the Crow's Nest.
An exchange suggests that there
would Ih* ample opportunity st the
various points along thfl route to allow Iho men to stretch their legs and
give also, a chance for some of the
fatuous marine bands to get Into action.
Mrs. Charles Simpson of Lumberton
I Is recovering nicely from an operation
' at the hospital this week.
An import am announcement was
I made at the Coast last week by Mr
, A. Gerald Hodgson, barrister, son of
! Mr. nnd Mrs A, W. Hodgson of this
j city,  who is acting for British and
Coast capitalists, it fs understood. In
I tho preliminary arrangements for the
'establishment of a Coast smelter. A
(company has been incorporated for
jthls purpose, to be known as the Van.
! eouver Smelters. Ltd.. capitalized at
j 15,000,000,  for  lho construction  and
Operation of a smelter at Vancouver,
.and tho development of mining prop*
lortiou In various parth of British Co.
i lumbia Mr. Hodgson announces thnt
I Options have been taken liy the com-
! puny ou various sites at tho coast,
I and slops are being taken io look into
IVlirlOHS properties wiih a view to se-
1 coring ore supplies.
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IT DEPENDS UPON YOU!
.HAHUWA.YOSIIIIIA g
On   Monday   last   at   the   Methodist I s
church   a   wedding   of   interest   to  a   |
large number of people in Cranbrook ! |
was  solemnized by  Rev.  B. C. Pree-   g
man.    The  contracting   parties  were ' g
Uu   Molgawo   and   Tokuso   Yoshida,   1
both of Cranbrook.   The bride is thel |
eldest daughter of Mr. K. Maigawa of \ §
Van Home Streei. ami is one of Grata*
brook's native daughters, being born
here in 1904, receiving her education
in the local schools.
At 2.30 to the strains of the wedding march, played by Miss Alma
Sarvis, the bride, attired in u becoming gown of while satin, and georgette
crepe, entered on the arm of her father, carrying a beautiful bouquet of
white carnations, Miss Sltma Maigawa
lister of the bride made a pretty
bridesmaid, She wore a pink satin
dress wllli all overslip of nullum lace,
md carried pink and red carnations.
The groom  was supported by  Mr   It
k. Futa.
The groom's  gift  to the bride was
a  cheque,  lo the bridesmaid a  pearl
necklace and to thfl best man a pair
of gold cuff links.   To Miss Sarvis
string of pearls,
in order lo accommodate the large
number of  invited  guests  It  was ll
cesanry to spread tho banquetting over
two days. On Sunday, principally tho
Japanese friends of the family were
presenl,w title on Monday, following
the wedding, ihe guests Included *
large number of other loco! citizens,
In ull one hundred and ten partook
of the hospitality of the bride's father
in honor of his daughter.
The wedding breakfasts were very
elaborate and were enjoyed to tlie full
by those fortunate enough to be present.
Here and Th
ere
Maui tola is perhaps tht most
mi.rry.ng province in Canada. For
Instance, in Ontario, there were 24,-
871 marriages in 1921, a rate of 8.6
Ser 1,000, while in Manitoba it wu.-,
.7 per 1,000 of its 810,000 population.
Kastbound steamship travel from
Canadian ports via Canadian Pacific steamships is heavier at the
present time than for several years
past at this season, a recent report
declares. Bookings in some instances
have run as high as 70 per cent increase over those of last wintar,
According to a recent official compilation, out uf every 100 people in
Canada 51 live on farms. The 70,-
000 farms in Canada represent a
cross worth of $700,000,000 ur about
510,000 per farm, and produce au
annual revenue of nearly $l.!>0O,Q00.
an average income per far.n of $2,-
000 yearly.
From the opening of the crop
year, September 1st, to the official
closing of navigation, December
12th, the Canadian Pacific Railway
reported the heaviest marketing of
grain since the inception of the road.
Cars loaded by the company also
creatcd a record for the season, having numbered 116,232. Grain marketed topiwd the 200,000,000 burhel
mark.
Thirty-seven per cent of al) automobiles in Canada are owned by
farmers. Ownership of the balance,
according to recent statistics, is
made up as follows: business men
and brokers, 16 per cent; salesmen
and travellers, 16 per cent; professional men, 8 per cent; laboiers, 4
[ter cent; contractors anil livery men,
3 per cent each, and miscellaneous
and no occupation stated, 13 per cent.
When the Canadian Pacific liner
"Empress of Canada" left New York
on January 30th for her great
round-the-world cruise, she was the
first Canadian vessel eve,- to commence such a voyage carrying a
regular bookstall in the charge of
experienced attendants, in addition
to a free library. The stock includes
many excellent recent books on
travel, which will enable passenger*
So prepare themselves for the foreign lands they will visit, ai well as
s large number ef novels by tbe
best-known authors.
Of tbe total wheat exported from
Canada in November, amounting to
14,106,903 bushels, by far the greater
proportion went to the United Kingdom, which took 43,815,391 bushels.
The United States wss second largest importer of Canadian wheat,
taking 9,010,143 bushels. Italy csmt
next, taking 4,013,152 bushels, and
Greece next, with 2,066,489 bushils.
The exports of Canadian wheat to
France during this period amounted
te l,32g,:.6H bushels and to Belgium
1,075,216 bushels. Those to Germany totatic.i  1211,320 bushels.
In the keenest competition, embracing entries from all Important
agricultural districts of the North
American continent, Alberta farmers
won 43 prizes at the recent international stock and grain show st
Chicago. Two grand championships
—wheat, Major G. II. L, Strang*
and uats, .1. W, Biglands—went to
tht province. Major Strang* was
also first with white field peas and
Nunemaker Brothers, of Brooks,
first with red clover seed. Major
Strange*! success is especially remarkable as he has only been a
farmer four years.
The latest statements of the earn*
:*igs and expenses of the Canadian
1 trifle Railway show that the strong
position of that organization has
been well maintained, and that a
steady imp rovement has been
achieved, In spite of the difficulties
of the past few years. The figures
for Decembei show gross earnings
of $19,130,674, working expenses uf
$15,180,546, and a net profit of $8,-
9&6.I27, an increase of 1401,322 over
that of December, 1022, The 1928
totals show gross earnings of $105,-
837,089, working expenses of |158,-
858,079 snd a net profit of $87,479,-
010, sn increase of $1,177,319 over tho
total earnings nf the road in 1022.
Net earnings for this year were thu
highest since 1917 snd groin tara*
•SO ft, fe**! oimm m     __.
WILL YOU HELP THE ARMY? (
The world-wide operations of this unresting organiza- I
a   tion are entirely dependent upon voluntary donations. ?
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JOE UYBMATSU, formerly proprietor of the Century
Cafe, lias taken over the management of the I'A.VAIMAN
CAFE, on Van Horne Street, opposite the C. P. R, Depot.
Mr. t'yematsu has spared no expense In thoroughly
renovating his new premises from top to bottom, both inside and out     the place Is spotlessly clean.
The view from these rooms is beautiful
Joe's reputation as a restaurant man is well known to
the people of Cranbrook and vicinity.    You can depend on
him for a first class meal.
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The Hoy Scouts of tho Eagle and Otter Patrols will parade
to this service.  Junior Choir
12.15 Sunday Seliool and Adult Bible Class.
hod by the Pastor.    Free Discussion Welcomed
7.30 ~>.n'.. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will be in attendance,
Subject of Address: "Christian Fraternity"
Special Choir and Solo Numbers
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PHONE  167
April 15, 1924
Editor,
Cranbrook Herald,
Sir:
My objeel in coming Into print again
la a sincere desire to awaken the political conscience ot a number of
peo] le who do nol realize how much
our futures depend on tho coming
i li ri ion. How many people of the
many who vote, really give their action any serious thought? How many
can give any real reason for the way
thoy vote, other than lhal they have
always voted thai way? i do not call
if ii reason lo bellevo and recount all
the .vllllfylng expressions ll Beema
customary to use on political platforms, vor the hu o figures printed In
budgets whii li nn misunderstood by
i [ways misleading to the man in
iiif Bireet.
Wa Bhall, in due course, have an
election tlirusl upon ub, anil I believe
this te the moal Important election in
the history of B.C., al any rate it will
take place in times which are the moal
critical the world has ever known.
How many peoplo realize on what
the result of their next vote may de-
pond?
(in their heads today, I maintain, a
great responsibility rests, Not onlj
are wo to decide iho future of thi
province, bul the welfare and very
existence of the next generation, of
our children, LaMes today.
Particularly from a natural instinct
Should this appeal lo lhe women who
now have the vole, and this responsibility in itself should !>•• enough to
ause Intense worry In every home
which lasl time voted Liberal. At
evry meal should he the question
"arc we right to vote that way again?"
Do w<> not need a change to Bome-
thJng si aid, something conservative,
something reliable? !>o we want our
children In 1050 to say in the presence
of onr grandchildren,—"thoBe blockheads (expression warranted) had the
chance when they voted in 392-1 of
making us the most prosperous corner of the globe, and now we have to
go back 25 years to undo their selfish.
thoughtless legislation." Then, sir.
from my insignificant position of that
of a farmer who cannot make a livelihood because of unusual conditions,
and because thero Is no suitable credit system lo meet these conditions,
and from the position of one who has
sunk his best years and fortune in B.
('.. may I be allowed to appeal to all
to consider well before they appoint
a government for another term of
yeara.
Do we want a policy of quiet, steady
development, of conservation, of beneficial ami useful legislation along the
same recognized lines on which the
country commenced its development.
ami on whirl, ii was prospering heroic tho world's debacle overtook us';
Thai is the polity of Conservatives.
Or do we want free and easy legislation, untried reforms, experiments
whii ii are cosily and speculative, new
politics? These are what Liberalism
means.
Can any right thinking person look
at tho situation ami fail to realize that
for the good of mankind here thu Conservative party should now be given
tho majority vote.
Liberal "die-barda" will howl and
berate, bul ihey musl admll thai n
government, any government, which
has held sway for ton years should he
'hanged. Times change considerably in ton years. We needed a
change ten years ago, We needed
Liberal politics, even though we did
nol gel ihe pure article, bul today we
need Conservatism -thai and nothing
>lse will pull ihe country oui or the
hole  Into  whii h   we are   now   falling.
Lot us choose a Conservative in tho
Columbia riding, of the rtglil typo, de
pondable, without strings to him. nml
buck him solidly .
There is m> necessity lo work up
Imaginary feelings and personal 1 ties
against people the average Individual
has never even seen, Whal right has
one lo uso evil expressions againsl
Mr, Ilowser or Mr. Oliver'.' ll is nol
the man's person, It Is the policy he
favors. Mr. Ilowser Is a learned parliamentarian, ami there are mighty
few parliamentarians In B.C. lie is
'ho nearest approach to a statesman
hi tho province. lie has worked along
liiiiOs which we now know, had Ihey
been carried ont, would have led us
away from our present state of chaos.
Polities change with tbe times, and.
recognizing this, votes should be gl-
von to that party which ean show r
policy to suit these times. A new
Conservative party, molded to fit, will
give the country what it most desires
development, settlement, contentment,
Whal good is n third parly made up of
malcontents? A third party destroys
the power of debate, of decision by
majority, The presenl third parly illustrates a little sum--] malcontent
iilas l malcontent, equals - malcontents; or. as the third party leaders
would have it. 1 disgruntled Conservative, plus 1 disgruntled Liberal,
equals a united, trustworthy governmenl!—which is an impossibility. If
Unionism is wanted, let ns havo it in
proper form, nol half baked and made
up of soreheads and misfits.
So   how   will   the  country   benefit
from ti new party?  Come back lo ynur
folds, you malcontents,    forget    the
third party, forget everything except
that we want conservation. To get this
vole for a Conservative government.
People of Columbia Valley!  Choose a
IConservative whom we can trust, and
voto solidly for him.    A majority In
I the  house,   pledged   to   conserve   nnd
1 develop, will insure prosperity for our
children.
Who started thfl P.G.E.? The Con-
iervatives. Who ought to be allowed
o finish ft? The Conservatives.    Re
member we need tlm p.G.B. far moro!
than we need the K.lMl.. because It
wilt develop a far larger section of
the country, and a magnificent section.
Who first ottered an agricultural
credit act? The Conservatives And
who attempted to carry it as In a halfhearted fashion? The Liberals. An
established reliable credit system now
when farmers aro being forced lo
•haiige their particular lines without
capital to do so. or quit, would save
the country. The example of New
Zealand 1ms been put up to us for
ears. Did the Liberals bother with
it much? Who spent millions lecltti-
ning swamps for seltlemenl when the
lame money lent to settlers, old and
lew, would enable laud, which does
mt need reclaiming, lo ho improved
•nd made lo yield and bo Uio the mil-
Ions of acres unpopulated. Is hind
to scarce that we linw tn fish lu
wampB for ft? The Liberals did this—
ro doing it now. Who gave uh the
nost useful liquor laws yet suggested?
i'he Conservatives. Who failed to use
ind improve them? The Liberals. Far
' utter drop this prohibition farce 00
per cent of the population are qui to
capable of looking aftor Ihemselves
without abusing liquor, so why should
millions of dollars he spent in looking after the remaining ten per cent?
Mas liquor, (always consumed extensively) degenerated Ihe race? l^ook at
the magnificent manhood tried in war!
And the prospeel of life Is now ten
Vears more than 50 years ago. Let us
drop prohibition, except for open control, and spend the millions, now wasted, on development.
Liberals! Is it fair and right to let
Vancouver contractors come In here
and nike off thousands of dollars from
road work without touching Ihe work,
which fs done by subcontractors, with
own equipment at half the eost?
Liberals and Conservatives! Give us
hack a Conservative policy, tempered,
modified ami improved to suit lhe
time. Give us a real genuine Conservative government, made to order,
made to conserve and to help toward
that cud. Columbia voters! Instruct
your delegates to nominate A. M.
Chlsholm of Windermere, who has
nothing to gain but honor, and much
favored freedom to lose by accepting,
who Is a studied parliamentarian, and
than whom there is not a more suit-
lable person in the riding to push our
; interests—and God knows they need
. pushing.
] The right man today will win the
j seat, and Mr. Chlsholm Is the man.
The wrong man will drive people
away. The right man will bring the
.strayed hack to the fold and others
; with them. The wrong man will bust
. tho parly.
j It is customary to pick a candidate
! to pieces before, during and after election. Pick this man to pieces and you
will find thai when you come to put
the pieces together that he is exactly
Hie same as before—nothing wrong.
all there, no more,   no less.
I el  us all. in tbe Columbia riding.
CANADA'S NATIONAL PLAYGROUND
L. D. Cafe
(Llltle. DaTonport)
When you  wish  BOtnelhlnn fcood
t<» fat so to tile "L.D."
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HOffltKS Bl it.uric
AND   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   Plrture r'rnmliiu
Estimate*  alven on
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ip 1 Iii
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think, talk and vote for A. M. Chla
holm.
Again  thaukiui
suace, believe mt
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urs faithfully,
.'. II. COLEMAN.
tali: of hunting trip
i\ banff park told
ix may "rod ami gun*
The first part of an actual timber
surveying trip in Northern Ontario Is
given in the .May issue of Hod and tiiin
in Canada, by T.
with every phase
(1. r. Sladen has
novel canoe trip 'i
Bill I on the grou
Crizzly." is an m
perilous adventun
Mark G. MacEUUi
of
work,
,Mlhg
on a
enow
after timber wolves in the north In
winter, makes fascinating reading,
ami all the regular departraema aro
well stocked with interest in preparation for the summer season. The
May number of "Rod ami Gun in Canada" contains some phase of practically every sportsman's interest*:.
Often when the wolf comes round to
thd door he finds the family out driving an automobile.
May with t
il. "Rushed by a
it ng account of a
1y John Cook and
icy gives au Inter
esting description of his trip to beautiful Banff Park. The sneaking wildcats along tlie Clyde River, Nova Scotia, give Bonnycastle Pale subject
matter for a well written artiil.-.
while "A Wild Goose Chase in Xew
foundland" by E. Gallop is an unusual
and well told story. H. \V, Fry continues his series on shooting from Ihe
six point rest and P. C. Ness h'*s a
practical article on making small
game and targets on the "go" easy,
for shooters. Tbe daring adventure
of Captain Doudera, the man who went
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro*. Govt,
Maternity and Genera; Nur*ing
Terms Modftru*
MISS. A. CRAlVFOrtO,   Matron.
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We also clean White Furs and
Cloves of all kinds.   High Class
Work at lowest prices.
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We who llvo hero In I!rllii;h
Columbia do not realize whnt n
wonderfnl dairying country it
Is.
l'nrlllc Milk line attrition* n
wlrle milo in England. It Is said
Hint moro of this brand fs cold
thoro than nny other . Tills is
duo to Ils rlolinoss nnd purity
<.f flavor, onr wostern climate
and ;,n Improved conning pro-
COM mokoe and I{oo|ir the flavor.
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CANADIANS are Eortunata in
then- National Parks, in lhat
thoy have within their b iv-
ders Alpine scenery which i.-1 not
equalled anywhere on tha continent, and more and more thoy arc
realizing that holidays in Canada
hold for tii" lover ol' out-of-doors
all the thrills that could ho found
anywhere in the world. Jasper
National Park in the Canadian
HockiflB, contains many high peaks,
eternally suiownipped, and on the
sides of the mountains arv fjlai lera
which have stood the test of ages.
Millions of tons of ice, stretching In
some Instances, almost ns far as th?*
•yo can see, lure tho adventurous
climber to new attempts, while in
the calm, peaceful valleys wild
game of nil kinds live at peace with
mankind and tlie world.
Additional bungalows for the accommodation of guests are to be
erected at Jasper Park Lodge, the
iog-cabto hostelry of the Canadian
NntlonnI Railways at Jasper National Park, in time for the open-
in i of the 1024 season, it is announced by officials of tho Hotel
Di pertinent, Canadian National
Rnilwnys, .During last season the
popularity of Jasper National Park
was so creat thnt the capacity of
Jasper Park Lodge was taxed, nnd
the  additional   bungalows   being
provided this year will take cure of
almost fifty per cent, more guests.
Four 4-rooni bungalows, each
room with bath, and two 12-room
bungalows, each room also baying
private bath, are being erected. In
addition, a double-deck boathouse,
with the upper floor for conventions, and dancing, Is being constructed, .and an octagonal curio
building is being built near the
main Lodge, Four new buildings
are being erected to serve ns employees' quarters, the kitchens are
being extended nnd the main
lounge is bring extended to provide
for n ladies' reception room nnd for
a men's billiard and card room.
BBALBD TK.NDKUS. addressed lo
the Postmaster General, will bt* received at Ottawa, until noon, on Friday, the 110th of May. 1!>24, for the
conveyance of His Majesty's .Mails, on
a proposed Contract for lour years,
six times per week each way, between
Fort Steele and Railway Station (at
Cranbrook} from the 1st July next.
Print ed notices containing further
Information as tn conditions of proposed Contract may bo seen and blank
forms of Tender may he obtained Rl
the Post Offices of Cranbrook and
Fort Steele. B.C., and ai the Olllce of
Service, Vancouver, B.C.
J. I\ Ml'Klt w.
Dlstrlcl Supt rlntondent
the District Superlntomleul of Postal
District Superintendent's Oltloo
17th April, 102-1
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namly "Bayer" boxes ol 13 tuMcls
Also bottles of "1 and 100—Draggllta
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A certain well-known mnn went
away at tho conclusion of an Important ease before the Judgment had
been prououncGtl, A tew hours ilnter
liis lawyer wired htm an follows:
"Right has triumphed."
The W.K.M. wired back:
"Appeal at onco."
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} HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH
♦ IS THE PLACE TO EAT.
i Whito Help Only Is Employed.
t Yon will find this Cafe a Homey
| Place to Enjoy Toot Monls
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FORT STEELE
NG'ES
BaplM Cliurrh
The Cranbrook Baptist church
happy In having a moot efficient board
of Deacons. During the nix weeks absence of the pastor lliese brethren
conducted all the regular services of
tho church In .such manner ami with
uch efficiency that the meetings lout
nothing of interest and attendance and
when the pastor returned on the Friday proceeding Muster be found a
number of applicants for baptism and
liurcli membership. Three men and
three young ladles were baptised on
Sunday evening. (>th on* have been re.
Ived and II is expocted tlmt the ordinance uf baptism win be ndmtnls-
orod Again next Sunday ovenlng,
This year is celebrated the jubilee
if Canadian DaptlBt Poroign Missions,
This Jubilee celebration was Inaugurated by a ureal gathering 111 Mussey
Mall, Toronto, April 7 to 10, at which
more than three thousand delegates
nnd visitors were lu attendance. It
waa a wonderful gathering. On Tuesday evening the hall was filled an
hour before tbe service began and
shut out. As a result, the missionary
mure than two thousand people were
pageant, "The Healing Stream," was
repeated on Thursday evening for the
benefit of tbo thousands who were
turned away on the previous occasion.
Pastor W. T. Tapscott was in attendance and will have a very interesting
report to give.
Ai the fc-ai-ur Than!{-Offering meeting of the Women's Missionary Society, held in the Bchoolroom on Tues*
lay evening, Mrs. VY*. I-'. Worden pre-
Ided. The singing of "Rot k of v
iy Mrs. F. M. MacPhorson, was much
appreciated. A Life Membership pin
was presented to a charter member ol
iim society, Mrs. M. McEachern nud n
Ufa Membership Certificate to Mrs
lOdwin Taylor. The r"porl of the pro*
incial meeting in Vancouver, was gi
on by Mrs. A \ MacKinnon who, In
be brief tlmo in her disposal, gave u
graphic and informing sketch of the
manifold activities'-of the society Ic
connection with the work In Canada
antl abroad. No one Interested In lhe
betterment of human conditions eould
fall to be deeply Impressed with the
effectiveness of the work undertaken
and carried on by this organization ns
reported by lhe speaker.
In tbo pointed nnd practical address
by principal H. L. Porter, mission
work that must be done—and done
forthwith—not so much in outlying
fields in Canada or overseas, bul In
our homes, and among our own young
people, wns wisely and helpfully
dealt with.
The amount of the Thank Offering
was over $50. At the close of the
meeting refreshments were served and
all present enjoyed a period of social
intercourse.
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Is Whnt They All Say About
FRAME'S
BREAD — PIKS — CAKE
and PASTRY
phone 87
AND   WE   WILL   CALL
The Home Bakery |
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.Methodist Church
Tbe entertainment given In tlie
church last Thursday by the C.G.l.T.
and Scouts was a great success. Tlie
crowded house was very appreciative
of the various items, and expressions
of thoroifgh enjoyment were heard on
every side.
The communion service last Sunday morning was considerably the
largest ever held in the church. Six
members were received on profession
of faith and one by transfer. The two
musical numbers by the junior choir
were very helpful to tlte service.
At the evening service the house
was filled to capacity. The music was
of unusual merit and all seemed to
enter into the spirit of the service.
Next Sunday is a day of anntversa
ries. The Hoy Scouts will parade to
church for tho morning service The
Odd Fellows anil Rebekah Lodges will
be la attendance at the evening service. Special music is being prepared
for the day, and we trust that all will
enjoy tlie service.
Kno\ (bureh
Tho largest attendance for many
years, at a Communion service, was
that of Faster Sunday morning. With
thoughts directed to the "Hlghei Fellowship." — simple, universal, indissoluble, as brought home to all in
"how He was known of them in breaking of bread," the members of the
congregation and a very large representation from outolde congregations,
gathered around the Lord's Table. In
the Post-Communion address, emphasis was laid on loyalty to Christ as
the appropriation of Coil's provision
for personal development, the most
effective propaganda for the Gospel
which has ever been caught rather
than taught, and the irresistible, dynamic assembling persons into the
kingdom of Qod and ordering aright
the activities   of such organisation,
The significance of Easter was
dealt with at the evening service as the
dawn that hns come following the
stirring deliverance 'Trom the power
of darkness " Congregational singing
of the Easter hymns was particularly
[good. Messrs. Ilniiuii ami Hogge in
i tho tenor and bass duet "So Thou
I Ifteal Thy Divine Petition." and the
Choir In tho intricate yet harmonious
•'From tlie Throne of His Cross," rem
| ilored   splendid   help   toward   making
For church parade on Sunday morning, April 27th, the Scouts of Troop
No. 1 nre making thoughtful and
thorough preparation. The Junior
choir and tlie Sunday scliool bi'chesl ra
will assist in the musical service, ami
altogether an interesting meeting te
to be looked for.
DINE WITH IS AT THK |
Victoria
Cafe
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AFTER THEATRE OR DANCE
PARTIES  CATERED  TO
Phone 77
ininiiiiiiiniuiniiiiiittiaiti
every Wife
Should Know
that Zam-Buk contains in most
compact form all the wsentials
of a perfect ever-ready home
skin medicine.
This grand herbal preparation
is beautifully soothuig. for cuts,
burns, scalds, etc., or lor chafed
and chapped skins. It removes
all danger of germ-infection,
p isoning or inflammation, and
heals the most troublesome uiound
or sore with remarkable ease.
ZAM-BUK ii "» Surtary in a
Two-inch Box," useful for both
Accidents Md Skin Disease.
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I        WEDDING
TAYLOR. CLKLANU
(Prom the Creston Review)
A wedding ot great interest to the
people of Sirdar was solemnized ni
Christ Church, Creston. on Wednesday
afteraoon, when Miss Edyth Rachel
(laughter of Mrs. Henderson Clelanc'
of Sunshine Bay. was united In mar
riage with Duncan Scot! Taylor, a
Cranbrook, the rector, Hev. II. Varh y
officiating. The bride, who was gown
ed In a handsome travelling costunn
of royal blue, with hut lo match, am
carried a bouquet of roses and lily o
the valley, was given awa> iy hei
mother, with Mrs. M, (i. Jones o
Kuskanook. ns matron of honor, am
Mr. Neil of Kuskanook supporting tin
groom. The bridal party motored ii
to Creston from Kuskanook. A
an providing a car tliat was n
proprintely attired for ** ich
plcloue journey After the <.■
the whole wedding party, w!
eluded a number of the brldi
friends trom Sirdar, were entertain, i!
it a reception ia charge ot Mrs. Valley at the rectory. The groom's glfl
to the bride wns a wrist watch, while
a pretty gold pendant sei with amethysts was the bride's remembrance
from her mother. Amongst the out-
of-town guests were Mrs. Taylor,
mother of the groom, who came on to
Creston for the wedding. Amidst a
liberal shower of confetti Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor took tho westbound train at
Creston for their honeymoon, which
will be spent at roast poinis. and on
iheir return they will reside at Cranbrook. The bride was a particularly
popular member of Sirdar's younger
set nnd a host of good wishes are ix-
ii'iided Mr. and Mrs. Taylor for a lung
nnd happy life.
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Mrs.
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Pro-
World and 111
duellon ■
Con .
Mr,   William Va\ r iiu   i i r
lay, "Tho Wort I and
i rji ck   U< cm ids Suicide
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r Elba cum   up
■■ foi ■   Mi R-
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ired b fi re I! **
on in the after-
■ ■ lo n charge il
li  appeal -  i   u
ed to cut his throat but although in-
ri let Ing a dangerous wound it did not
prove fatal His Honor severely rap*
rimunded tbe man mid let him go on
suspended  sentence Pernie  Free
Pres*
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v- the first step by the f.P.tl. io
ut a   their changes in the railway yards, a
rkers hud  ' rt'w of the   bridge and building de-
i.::;.     ■.     parlmenl arrived in Golden on Thurs-
receivid,   day, and are preparing to move the
men. who signed   freight  shed  back  from  the  present
iinj  tlm- ih?  main line.    It is understood the staid ihal   Hon building will be shifted as soon
the freight shed Is moved, and ad
ii that lit dec!- dltlonal trackage will he pui down.
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LISTEN TO ONLY ONE KNOCKER
OPPORTUNITY.
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Uglov
r, Tnni-
mberley
iti Mr
. M.
Coopor, H. Chamings
ooper were visiting ai
ark( ■
;-end.
paid a vislt*liere
. Mr. a
'. and
vfstton
Bamford Crow
id Mrs. Ross Co
rtiss I). Brocket
Mrs.
t and
were
ere for Kimberley
WASA NOTES
r the lov-
compaailod
manager,
over tlieir
i: on Frl"
retting nut
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents (or Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
Telephone tt
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P.O. Bw IW
Water Notice
MIVKIISION AM) ISi:
Mr. Thomas Boyter of the n;*per
Wolf Creole, was among thorn who
participated In tbe Eastertide festivities at Wnsn on Saturday and .Sun-
Mr. Billy Plynn resigned hte posl-
>ii of camp cook ni Stewart's and
:'t for Cranbrook. where ho expected
■ Bpend a taw day- beforo proceeding
i Spoxano. whero he will spend his
nation with frlitide.
Harry Pltimtree, n
few niiaihs ban hi Bn
Doyle ranch on Woll
for Cranbrook an ' p
bonier.   Mr. Plumtn
on tlie prnir
TAKH NOTICE that (he Fort Steele
Development Syndicate. Ltd., whose
address Ib Hanson Block, Cranbrook.
B.C., will apply for a license to lake
and use 200,000 gallons per dny of
water out. of Sullivan Creek, which
flfcws southerly and drains into Mark
Creek on IaH 1879.    The water will! «"»"■    ,,;|('  Ot
lili rein
tin
Wost from South East. Corner of Lot] Tho canip'nnd
3068 and on Lot 3068 and will be used comprises a fin-
io for the past
aietaker of the
Creek, has left
Intfl across ihe
tree owns n ranch
h he rents out.
th'
it te fell
'The Worl
the chili's
Througl
cessful co
enjoyed
Mr. I-'. <i. c. tt
chosen way hat- i
province interes
nnd stimulating
In those Mints \
panics In the co
few and uncertn
w Beer without aPeer
LL THE GOODNESS
of the golden grain
brewed into a sparkling
tonic drink at B.C.'s
model brewery.
Insist on "Cascade" al *n«
Government Liquor Store and
get satisfaction.
VANCOUVER BREWERIES
LIMITED
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Ivertisement is not pulilished or dis-
pluyed by the Liquor Control Board or by the
Government <■{ Driti.-h C'olnmbia.
f
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goodcompamj
" Canadian-built motor cars carry Prest-O-
Lite S . * ■ i as original equipment installed at the fac-
: i■:■; -        of the Automotive Engineers, who are rent' their products, in selecting Prest-
0 end >rscment of Prest-O-Lite quality
r: '    ,   r    . : of these cars are assured of constant
' • battery by the nation-wide Prest-O-Lite
:e ov:. icrever you go there is a Prest-O-Lite
::: icient, courteous service.   When
!   • . -Yest-O-Lite equipped or put a Prest-O-
Lite in year pre  :nt ci r and get rid of battery trouhles.
The KootoitB}
making prepari
ations at   their
lie diverted from the stream at a point j tltnb
about 1600  feet North and duo feet trtUutiiry to
Mr.
for waterworks purpose upon tin* land, are equipped
described as part of lot 1358 Group plan! and oth
One, Kootenay District. This notice
was posted on the ground on the 20th
day of March, 11)24. A copy of thiB
notice and au application pursuant
thereto and to the "Water Act 1014"
will he filed in the office of the Water
Recorder nt Cranbrook. Objections to
the application may he filed with the
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptioiler of Water Rights. Parliament Buildings, Viatorln, B.C„ within
thirty days after the appearance of
this notice in a local newspaper. The
date of the first publication of this
notice ie April nth. 1924.
THE FORT STEELE DEVELOPMENT
SYNDICATE,
T-tt Per H. A. Dials, Agtut
River Lumber Co. |h
tlons to resume opor-
plant on Wolf Creek]
the finest  stands of
nlns io be cut, and lies
j base    of opera; ions.
mill rite is ideal and
ot of buildings tint
h un electric llghl
ndom conveniences.
Hugh to McOlllla who formerly
"oiifined his activities to logging, ts
now devoting ids attention to ranch
work on Rock Lake, where he has a
fine cabin and other outbuildings al-
leady conotructotl.
Mr. Charlie Bennett, formerly of
California, bus located on land near
Rock lake and hafl built a cabin thai
lu? expocts to utilize   as   a   hunting
lodge as well ns a  place of abode in
the future,
Mr. Lalmsbarry who located horo
temporarily for lho winter months al
the Kootenny River plant, lain relumed along with his f.M.uiv to tbe prol
East Kootenay Battery Service
Ti:i> ClMII'llf
STAMIAMI ELECTRIC SHOP FAGE     EIGHT
THR   CRAN1ROOI   HERALD
Friday, April 25th, 1924
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JTJST RECEIVED
STYLES
111 SHIPMENT
DESIGNS IN
OP THB LATEST   f
BRACELETS,
EARRINGS <&>
NECKLETS
PRICES 75c nml Up.
SEE OUK WINDOW
"THE GIFT SHOP"
zA. EARLE LEIGH
Norlmry Ave
WATCIIMAKKH * JEWELl.KII N
si Star Tlio
J
Is your car insured against fire and j Qeorge Reece, formerly of this city,
collision? If not, yet rates and par- returned fiom the Coast at th* beg.11-
ticulars from Beale & Elwell.        6-71 ning of the week.
I
MEETING
OP THE
Cranbrook Men's
Conservative Association
For the Selection ot    Cranbrook City Delegates to the
Conservative Nominating Convention on May 2nd, 1924
WILL BE HELD IN TIIE
K. P. HALL
CKAMIItlMIK, B.C.    ON
Thursday, May 1st
AT 8 p.m.
All Conservatives nre requested to lie
present in select the Delegates.
A..I,
IIAUIUNT
President.
II.
IV. IIKIUII'IKIt
Secretary
I   LOCAL
HAPPENING^
. ."TRIUMPH" at Stur May 15; 16;17.
Harry Luscombe was home for the
Easter holiday from Coleman, returning asaiii on Sunday night.
The Recreation, Club Dance on< May
9th, will be an enjoyable affair. Do
not miss it, 9-10
Mr. E. L. Staples and family left on
Tuesday for Spokane, where they
were to join Mrs. Staples, and return
in a few days.
A treat is in store for you at the
Auditorium on May 10 and 17. Make
your reservations early.
Miss Helen Hodgson of Nelson. Is
spending tlio Easter school vacation
with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Hodgson.
For a first class car at a moderate
figure the new Star has no equal. See
Ratcliffe & Stewart. 50tf
Mrs. 0. A. Morris of Victoria, arrl-
ved on Thursday of last week and is
visiting at the home of her son, F. O
Morris.
"SCARAMOUCHE"
The regular meeting of the Native
Sons will be held In the K. P. Hall
on Wednesday next. Wednesday, May
14th, will be the Quebec night.
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
BORN—At the Cottage Hospital, to
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cameron, of Skookumchuck, nn Easter Monday, April
21, a daughter.
FOR SALE — International, Cream
Separator, in good condition, $30.
Harbor Chair, $35. Apply B. Weston,
Baker Street, Cranbrook. 9
The Women's Guild of the Co-Operative Society will hold a whist drive
and dance In the K. of P. Hail on
Wednesday, April 30. 8-S
We carry a Cull line of Men's Women's and Children's Rubbers.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
White Gold      |
Cuff Links
White Gold is especially
well suited to the manufacture of the New Designs In
Jewelry.
PLATINUM EFFECTS
AT LOW COST
We're showing a beautiful
assortment of Rings, Brooches, Bar Pius, Links, Scarf
Pins and other Jewelry at
very moderate prices.
W.H.Wilson
The Jeweler
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•K-+++*-!":
ttsjem mftm i<*ftw iHftM ii<mm i*ym !***/%■* *ym *ym* itytim iitiy/ktmo
Keep Friday, May Bth,
Recreation Club Dance
nasium.
free for the
ii Hie Uym-
9-10
Just Arrived
Shipment  of Delivery
Rigs, Democrats and
Heavy Teaming
Wagons
Dezall's
Blacksmith Shop
Mrs. Paul und daughter arrived on
Wednesday evening from Spokane,
and are visiting for a week or so at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Moffatt.
Pars mount's
'TRIUMPH."
Greatest      Picture,
PHONE    50
The subjects at tho Baptist church
on Sunday next, when the pastor will
conduct the services, will be as follows: li a.m. Address to the Bov
Scouts.   7.3*0 p.m.. Trees aa Symbols."
Tuesday last Cranbrook's newest
body waB given a start when, a number of proposed members met at the
Y.M.C.A. and decided to apply for a
charter for a local branch of the
Gyros Club. The application for c
charter will be forwarded to headquarters. Temporary officers are as
follows: Al Knight, president; Stewart. Black, secretary. It is expected
that R. Rowe Holland of Vancouver
will be along in the near future to in
stal the new body.
A. J. Palinquist. Perry Creek mining man, returned to the city this
week for the season's operations at
the placer claims la. which he is Interested.
Don't forget the seat sale for tbe
"Mikado" opens on May 12. but if you
wish a special reserved seat be at
the Beattle-Noble Btore on May 5th
for special bookings. 9
Special Prices on New Batteries at
Service Garage. Phone 34. ltf
Have that car overhauled as soon
as possible before the rush starts
Far more satisfactory in every respect.   See the Kootenay Garage.
1
Ratcliffe & Stewart will be pleased
to show you the new 1924 model Star
Car. 60tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McLeod and family left on Saturday last for the
Coast, Mr. McLeod having been transferred there, after spending the past
eight years or so here. His position
as yardmaster is being filled temporarily by Jas. H. Cameron, pending the
arrival of Mr. McLeod's successor
from Vancouver.
AT HOUSECLEANING TIME
It is tbe email things that cause most grief, because they are forgotten, and are Just as
important as the big ones.
— You May Require —
t\rtm.,l\foeQ
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LIQUID VENEER
VENEER MOP POLISH
CURTAIN KIIIIS   ■
POLK FITTINGS
mil i iiimji:    ■
O-CEDAR OIL
LINO • SHINE
CURTAIN RINGS
LINOLEUM MINDING
iii:i» CASTORS
LEATHER GIMP
LEATHERETTE
IRONING  BOARDS
•   LEATHER HEAD TACKS
CURTAIN STRETCHERS
AND     -     CLOTHES HORSES
_ Flat
(Curtain RodS
f   Phone Us - We may have just what you want
Qftit'   *sto%i   Wlftj. •*,**%•   **»rf|*»
-tWItr" *»***V
"SRARAMOUC'HE."
night, at 8.30.
One   enow   a      Miss T. Johnson   of   the city office FOR RENT — Housekeeping Rooms.
ATTENTION! KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS
Grand Chancellor Hooper and G. K.
R. and S. Wlnoi will visit Cresent
Loilgo No. 33 on Tuesday evening.
May. 6th. All Knights requested to be
present at this meeting. 9-10
•yifi
fi Moffatt's Variety Store
*?|        Jv   ■ CRANBROOK, B.C.
\AtfVy I THROUGH  WILLIAM CROFT & SONS, TORONTO,
TA\       offer Special Prize
FOR THE LARGEST SPECKLED TROUT CAUGHT IN
THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT.
% $52.00 Croft's Champion
Split Bamboo Fly Rod
Weight G ounces; fitted with Agate Guide and Tip.
f   &       $12.00 Croft's Rainbow Vacuum
^     Enameled Silk Tapered Line 300 ft
$6.00 Single Action Reel
OPEN TO EVERYONE IN THE EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT, FROM
KITCHENER TO WARDNER, TAKING IN ALL CAMPS & RANCHES.
Incliiiliiiu: Cranbrook, Lmnliorton.   Moyle, Yahk,   Kingsgate, Wycliffe,
Marysvllle, Klmberloy, Fort Steele, Hull lllver, Wardner,
Wasa and Skookumchuck
ONDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
(1) NO CHAR OR LANDLOCKED SALMON TO BE ENTERED IN
CONTEST.
(2) POSITIVELY NO FISH ENTERED IN THIS CONTEST UNLESS CAUGHT ON TACKLE PURCHASED AT MOFFATT'S VARIETY
STORE, 102(1 SEASON. THIS IS THE SOLE RESTRICTION ON
TACKLE GOVERNING THE CONTEST. ___
(3) TROUT TO UE DROUGHT OR SENT TO MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE TO BE EXAMINED, WEIGHED AND ENTERED IN
CONTEST.
Everyone Conillully Invited to Compete In this Contest     Do
Not Delay — Send in Fish.   Any Size Will be Entered.
Everything in Fishinsr Tackle now on Display
COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR LARGE STOCK EARLY AND GET
YOUR   SUPPLY.     SEASON OPENS APRIL 30th,
PHIZES NOW ON DISPLAY AT
Moffatt's Variety Store
BAXf.lt STREET
A wilts for I'ctorboro Canoes
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Hemstitching.— Mrs.
den Avenue.
Surtees,  Gar-
2tr
Mrs. Argue, who has been seriously
111 at the Cottage Hospital, is now re-
ported to be improving, her friends
are glad to lenrn. J. M. "Mickey"
Argue was in tlie city from Creston
over tho holiday week-end visiting
with his mother and other relatives
here.
"SCARAMOUCH^'  May    8-9-10.
For expert workmanship ln charg
Ing and overhauling batterlee. Phone
Service Oarage, No. 34. We call for
and deliver batteries. ltf
J. 3. Irvine of the sales department
Crowe Nest Pass Coal Co., Pernie.
passed through the city one day last
week-end by car, on his way to Creston for a visit. The deadlock between
the miners and the coal companies of
District IS revolves mainly round the
war bonus of $1.17 per day, which the
miners desire continued, and the operators refuse to pay any longer. If
this point were settled, It Ib stated
that work would be resumed at the
mines the following day.
Tho laBt and best show of the season by the Musical Society at the
Auditorium, May 16 and 17. 9
I. O. 0. F. ANNIVERSARY
Members of Key City Lodge No. 42
wtll meet at the Auditorium, Sunday,
April 27th, at ti.45 p.m., to attend divine service at the Methodist church
<n commemoration of the 106th anniversary. All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs invited to at'end. 8-9
HEIRS WANTED
Missing heirs are being sought
throughout the world. Many people
are to day living In comparative poverty who are really rich, but do not
know It. You may be one of them.
Send ror Index Book. "Missing Heirs
aud Next of Kin," containing carefully authenticated lists of missing heirs
and unclaimed estates which have been
advertised for, here and abroad. The
Index of Missing Heirs wo offer for
sale contains thousands of names
which have appeared In American,
Canadian, English, Scotch, Irish,
Welsh, German, French, Belgian,
Swedish, Indian, Colonial, and other
newspapers, inserted by lawyers, executors, administrators, Also contains
list of English and Irish Courts of
Chancery and unclaimed dividends
list of the Bank of England. Your
name or your ancestors may be In the
list. Send $1.00 (one dollar) at once
for book.
INTERNATIONAL   CLAIM   AGENCY
Dept. 762
PITTSBURGH, PA., U.8.A.
4tf
We can y a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
If you are figuring on New Tires
tor your car this spring lt will pay
you to call on Wilson's Vulcanizing
Works and get prices. We sell gasoline, oil, accessories and Second Hand
Tires and Tubes. ltf
See the new Star cars at Ratcliffe
& Stewnrt. 60tf.
Buy a home from Bsale ft Elwell on
easy terms. 6-7
.."TRIUMPH" at Star May 15; 16;17.
Special! Special I Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 25, 40, aud 50 watt
for 35c.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
.."TRIUMPH" at Star May 15; 16;17.
Get. that car of yours Insured now
with Beale ft Elwell. 6-7
Mrs. P. A. Williams will not receive
on Priday afternoon of this week, nor
until further notice.
Try the Kootenay Garage for th
service that pleases. Agents and Deal
ers In Superior Chevrolet cart and
trucks. 1
staff spent the Easter holiday weekend at Pernie.
Comfortable cottage on Lumsden
Avenue for sale. Cheap at $1,200 on
terms. Apply to Beale ft Elwell.
Phone *20. 6-7
"SCARAMOUCHES
Greatest picture.
the   season's
CARD OF THANKS
The Sisters of St. Eugene Hospital
■■xtend their most sincere thanks to
all who contributed bo generously to
make a joyful Easter, by sending
beautiful flowers for the decoration
of the altar and all kinds of donations
for the inmates.
SISTER SUPERIOR.
WANT ADS.
209 Dewar Avenue.
FOR SALE—l Imperial 120 egg Incubator with brooder complete. Used
one season. Like new. |26 cash.
Reply to Box n., Herald, Cranbrook. 9
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SATISFIED CUSTOMERS |
always come again and tsii or *
bring their friends with them. *
They are doing that at the new *
Second Hand Store J
We have a nice variety of goods Y
to choose from, at reasonable *
prices. *
Thompson * Peterson     |
Proprietors 2
Phone 7$    P.O. Box 238
.Armstrong Avenue
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FOIt SALE—Oliver typewriter, in
spleudld condition. $20. Apply Y.
K.C.A, 8tf
FOR SALE—Good strong young ducks
about a veek old. 50c each. W.
Selby, Box 219. Phone 428. 9tt
FOR SALE—Standard bred White Leghorn hens for sale, or will trade for
wagon, plow and narrow. Brown
Poultry Ranch, P.O. Box 703 Cranbrook. 8-11
FOR SALE—Good tone piano, either
for cash or terms. May be seen at
Fink Mercantile Company. 7-9
FOR SALE— Lady's bicycle In good
condition. Cash (30.00. Apply
Herald, or Box 9 City. 9-10
FOR SALH — 14 foot Canoe. Newly
painted and ln good shape. $20 cash.
Reply to Box 0., Herald, Cranbrook.
FOR SALE OR RENT — 237 acres,
near Fort Steele, B.C.. on Kootenay
River. House, barn. etc.. $100 rental per year. Apply B. E. Crlchton,
1457 Richardson St.. Victoria.    9-12
FOR SALE—Mrs. Doroslers Ford car.
In good running condition. Apply
Mrs. Fenwlck, Bull River. B.C. 8-11
WANTED — About $3,01,0 to build
bungalow at Windermere. Advertiser would lease for long term or
buy on mortgago. Site available.
.Good inveatmnt. Box C Herald
6-10
FOR SALE— Fender for open grate.
This I* a very good fender that ui
be secured at a reasonable cost.
Phone or call at Herald Office.
SOU
FOR
Fresh Milk
AND
Whipping Cream
GUARANTEED TO WHIP
PHONE 104
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HAY CROP
FOR SALE
Cash offers invited for my entire hay crop, for 1924, leu IS
tons. Situated near Lake Windermere. IMS produced 266 big
loads, Considerable additional
area land seeded for 1924 has
good catch, Timothy and Clover.
Buyer to Irrigate and harvest.
Ranch In good shape, irrigation
very convenient.
G. C. H. COLEMAN,
| 6tf Windermere P.O.
CLUB CAFE
Under
NEW MANAGEMENT
Place has been thoroughly
overhauled and cleaned
FIRST CLASS MEALS
Special!
CHOP 8CEY and NOODLES
DAY & NIGHT SERVICE
ALFRED SETO, Prop.
Phone 1Q8
— YOU WILL FIJID -
The Fuji Tea Rooms
on VAN HORNE STREET serve excellent LIGHT
LUNCHES and MEALS.   Give them a trial.
ICE CREAM APPLES
SOFT DRINKS BANANAS
MILK & CREAM STRAWHIRRIES
BUTTER MILK ORANGES
(By Glass or Quart)
Wo have some FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES In Stock.
For Your Week-
End Wants
Sec Us
The Following Goods are Strictly Fresh
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES
FRESH EGGS   $8.00 Per case
ORANGES, at .28     .40     .SO     .80 doz.
FANCY WINESAP APPLES .... $2.85 box
FANCY YELLOW NEWTON
APPLES   $2.85 box
PRATT'S CHICK FOOD at 35* and 70* Pkg.
Fresh shipment of LETTUCE, RHUBARB, TOMATOES
STRAWBERRIES and CELERY will be at your disposal
John MANNING

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