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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME    27
CRANBROOK, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd,  1925
NUMBER     6
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STAR THEATRE
For Three Days
THURSDAY, FRIDAY,
and SATURDAY
APRIL 9,10 and 11
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THE SEA HAWK
THE ULTIMATE IN ROMANCE & AMAZING ADVENTURE
Admission: Evenings - Adults 60c; Children 30c.  Saturday Matinee - Adults 45c; Children 15c
TIMES OF SHOWING
ONCE THURSDAY NIGHT, 8 p.m.
ONCE FRIDAY NIGHT, 8 p.m.
SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2.30
TWICE ON SATURDAY NIGHT
at 7 and 9.30
Farewells
By Pastor
Rev. E. W. MacKay Closes
Ministry at Knox Church
Sunday Last
LARGE ATTENDANCE
CONSERVATIVE ANNUAL
MEETINGS TO TAKE
PLACE NEXT WEDNES.
It ia questionable whether a meeting fraught with greater into'-est und
Import was ever held in Cranbrook
than that which took place in Knox
Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening lust, marking as it did the termination of the pastorate of the Rev.
K. W. MacKay, as well as the last oc-
eusion when thut congregation would
worship together as members nnd adherents of the Presbyterian Church
in Canada. The solemnity of the occasion was most impressive ond it
was no difficult matter to sense the
feeling which brought the tears to
many eyes or caused them to well up
in those of others of the large assemblage.
By a happy thought of Rev. W. T.
Tapscott of the Baptist Church, the
evening service of that ehur-h was
cancelled to allow the members to
attend the Presbyterian Church as a
mark of esteem for the retiring louder of their sister congregation.
Their presence, together with that
of members of every other denomination in the city, filled the large
church to overflowing, the numbers
alone adding much to the service,
and giving a fitting tribute to Mr.
MacKay, who as pastor of Knox
Church and a citizen of Cranbrook
has done much to make his presence
felt.
In an address to the members of
his congregation before his sermon,
the pastor referred to the unusunl
fashion of his leaving, and thanked
his hearers for their presence there
that evening, trusting also that he
was right in presuming that he had
been successful in bringing homo
to them the great message which
had been the object of his mission
amongst them. He expressed hii
sincere appreciation of thc presence
of his colleague, Mr. Tapscott, to
whom he referred as "Tho Dean" of
the Cranbrook Ministerial Association, and in heartfelt tribute to him
said, "It is o wonderful thing to come
in the ripeness of years to the fine
appreciation of things . . An abundance of the possessions of the world,
or of popularity may not be his, yet
they are not to be compared to that
something which he has and whnt he
stands for, and which makes clear to
people tho greatness of bis cause."
He was pleased to refer to the
friendliness which existed between
the ministers of the city, mid bespoke
for them the continued co-operation
of everyone He hoped to have tbe
pleasure of meeting thorn all nt some
time or other in the future, stating
that "(lie place that Cranbrook holds
in my heart will make its people always welcome." He appreciated the
fact that he was leaving many friends
with whom he had labored In nn honest effort to do the right thing for
Knox Chureh and the district. A
prayer was then offered by Hev, W.
T. Tapscott, which was marked for
its earnestness, calling for divine
guidance
Following this portion of tin- service, the choir rendered an anthem
very  acceptably.
Choosing as the subject of bis sermon a verse from the gospel of Luke,
tin- speaker showed in clear and convincing manner the importance of
divine guidance iu all things, and
urged that the light or vision which
guided John the Baptist he sought
out by them. This power they would
find more wonderful than radio.
"When from the cynical life you can
bring residts such as Abraham, Moses, Isaiah and others stood for, then
and only then huve you any right to
thrust your criticisms and tawdry
witticism into the foregroundt" he
tintd. In answer to his own question
as to what led him into the ministry
the speaker relnted the story of his
life in his old Scottish homo, one
which is similar to that of many oth-
• ers, where the parents out of a very
meagre livelihood gave to their sons
in some mysterious way the advantages of an education. It was to repay his father for all that he had
done for him through personal sac-
(Continucd on Page Five)
Men's City Association & District Organization To Be
Re-organized
Cot"",vvaUvos of the city and district t.1« being culled tn the annual
meetings of theso associations, which
e to be held on Wednesday ovenlng
xtt April 8th, at tho K P. Hall.
The first meeting will be that of the
Cranbrook Men's Conservative Association, which meets at eight o'clock.
This is the annual meeting, and the
election of officers will take place,
reports from the officers of the past
year will be received, and other business transacted, including tho election of representatives from the city
isociation to the district body.
At thc close of this meeting the
district association will meet, at
which the representatives from the
outside points will be present, along
with the delegates appointed by the
city men's and women's organizations. At this meeting the district
association will be organized for another year, officers elected, and other
important business 'will be transacted. A large attendance of Conservatives is looked for at these meetings, ladies being also cordially invited to attend,
Following thc business meetings a
time for social relaxation is planned,
when tho members of tlie
Women's Conservative Study Club
will take hold of things and direct
the program. There will bc a general social time, refreshments will be
served and an informal dance will
also bc held to conclude the evening's
program.
All Conservative friend? and supporters are urged to keep (lie date
open for these meetings.
Empire Day
Next B»g Event
Committees Named at Meeting This Week To Get Celebration Under Way
WILL BE GOOD PROGRAM
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CONSERVATIVE WOMEN
HOLD INTERESTING
MEETING MONDAY LAST
On Monday evening the Cranbrook
Women's Conservative Study Club
met nt the home of Mrs. .!. Norgrove,
when a very enthusiastic gathering
resulted. Part of tho business of the
evening was tbe appointment of seven delegates from the club to the
meeting of the Cranbrook District
Conservative Association, which takes place on Wednesday of next week.
The following ladles were elected to
represent tlie women's association:
Mrs. ,1. H. Meighen, president; Mrs.
W. B. McFarlane,, secretary; Mis.
A. .1. Raiment, Mis. P. 11. Po/all.
Mrs. S. Taylor, Mrs. .1. T Sarvis,
Mrs. A. C. Shankland.
The ladles also discussed arrangements for the annual meeting next
week, at which they ore looking after
the social program to be put on at
the close of the business meetings.
There was also a review of some of
the proceedings of ihe Ottawa bouse
during the so^ion, which was made
for the benefit nf tbe members from
the records of Hansard. There was
also an address on tbe federal situation ns it stands locally, by Mr. .lack
Young.
The annual meeting of the Women's Conservative Study Club will
be held at the home of Mrs W. It.
McFarlane on Monday evening. April 80th, when after tbe business of
the meeting there will be a social
time held.
Another meeting was lu Id at the
homo of Mrs. \V. B, McFnrlnno on
Wednesday evening, when the ladies met Mr. ,1. V„ Merryfieb! Die Conservative organizer.
Empire Day this year falls on a
Sunday, and at a meeting held at the
G.W.V.A. on Tuesday evening, it
was decided to make the big annual
celebration lake place on Monday,
the day on which the holiday will be
observed. There was a good turnout to this meeting, a good representation of business men lieing present
along with many veterans. Major H.
B. Hicks presided nnd W. S. Johnson acted as secretary. From the
spirit shown it was felt that the celebration this year ought to be one
of the most successful ever held.
After some preliminary business
had been disposed of, committees
were appointed as follows to look after various aspects of tho celebration.
Dance—D. Ferguson, P. Foote, S.
Malcolm, A. Kemball.
parade — L, P. Sullivan. W. E.
Wnrden; H. B. Hicks.
Children's Sports — Messrs. F. G.
Morris, .1. M. Clark, J. F. Scott.
Baseball, Football, Lacrosse, Etc,
—Messrs. G. T. Moir, C. W. Huffman. Harold Young.
Horse Races—Messrs. \V. E, Worden, J. P. Fink, Dr. J. \V. Ttutfedge.
Advertising—Messrs. H. B. Hieks,
.1. Young, F. M. MacPherson.
Decorations — W. Johns, A. E.
Jones, J. George.
Grounds—Dr. J. W. Rutledge, W.
B. Bardgett, F. M. MacPherson.
Supervising Committee—Mesrs, H.
B. Hicks, T. M. Roberts, W. S. John-
j son.
Attractions ami Concessions —
Messrs. W. F. Attridge, H. J. Collier, G. F. Marsh.
Further general meetings of all
committees nre to be held every
Tuesduy evening, when plnns are to
be worked out.
ii will not hu possible till some of
the committees net a line on what
they mny he staging to determine
what will be the outstanding fea-
tures of the celebration, but it is
expected to follow roughly the main
features as in previous years. The
parade will again he n big fenture,
and every effort will bo mnde to
make this an outstanding success. In
add.tion to the usual baseball und
football games, an offer has been
made to put on m lacrosse game,
whicb it is felt would be a desirable
feature, and one which would likely
draw a good crowd. Other items on
ihe program will bc worked out at
the committee meetings and announce ment made as arrangements
are completed.
A very quiet wedding touk place at
the Methodist Parsonage, Cranbrouk,
on Saturduy, March 21, Rev. B. C.
Freeman officiating. The contracting
parties were George E. Moreton and
Miss Marie Carrolla, of tbe Fernie
Annex. The newlyweds returned to
Fernie on the evening train and on
arrival at the home of thc bride's
parents were received by a large
number of relutives und personal
friends. After a sumptuous repast
musical instruments were brought
into play und dancing wus indulged
in. Tho young couple havo taken up
housekeeping rooms at the Wilkes
apartments, Fernie. The groom is
the representative of the Fuller
Brush Company, for Fernie and district.
Double Service
To Kimberley
C. P. R. Announces Additional   Train   As   From
Monday Next
TWO ROUND TRIPS
As forecasted in lho Hernld last
week, the C. P. R. has decided to put
into operation between Kimberley
and Cranbrook, commencing on Monday next, a double train service between Cranbrook and Kimberley. The
new service is so arranged that the
former early morning trip is eliminated, nnd instead the first trip is
made from Kimberley to Cranbrook.
Two complete round trips ure made
during the day, the train remnining
at Kimberley for the night. This
means in effect two round trips daily
except Sunday.
The schedule    under    which  the
new trains will run is ns follows;
leave arrive
8.45 Kimberley Cranbrook 11.30
12.25 Crunbrook Kimberley -13.35
14.25 Kimberley Crnnbrook 15.55
lfi.30 Crnnbrook Kimberley 18.15
(Above is C. P. R. Time)
In the absence of any definite announcement as to the disposition of
the new mail contract, the mail service is not yet decided. The present
contract calls for the currying of the
mails on only one trip ench way per
day, and further instructions on thc
mntter nre now being awaited at the
post offices concerned. It is expected thut Instructions covering this
nspeet of the situation will arrive
from the post office department beforo the commencement of the new
train service.
Fair Dates Set
For Sept 15-16
Agric. Assoc. Directors Decide To Go Ahead With
Annual Event
APPOINT COMMITTEES
PASTOR CONCLUDES
MINISTRY OF THREE
YEARS IN CRANBROOK
Future Plans of Rev. E. W.
MacKay Not Yet Definitely Shaped
Departing from the usual custom
of hnving the fall fair in Cranbrook
held during the Labor Day week-end,
the directors of the Agricultural Association have decided to fall in with
thc dnLes suggested for the fair which
later than usual this year. Monday and Tuesday, September 15 und
10 are the dates of the Crnnbrook
fair, nnd by this means it is hoped to
get a bigger attendance, there having been so mnny out of town during
the Labor Duy week-end, which it is
felt has militated against the success
of the fair in the past. The directors _0fl
are now busy nrrunging thc prize
list for the fair, which will be issued
iu plenty of time to allow intending
competitors to line up their exhibits,
und will also be the means of keeping
the event more continually before
the people till the time for tho fair.
The meeting of directors took
place in the agricultural office on the
evening of Thursday last, there be-
a good attendance. T, M. Roberts,
vice-president, was in the chair, und
A. L. Hay acted ns secretary.
The following were appointed as
committees to deal with the respective sections of the fair as indicnted:
Finance 	
Prize List ...
Grounds 	
Advertising ,
Sports 	
Membership
T. M. Roberts
  A. L. Hay
Sunday morning last o large number of members and udhennts of
Knox Presbyterian Church were out
to hear Rev. E. W. MacKay deliver
his last morning service address as
pastor of the church.
In bidding farewell to those
amongst whom he hnd labored, he
referred to it ns no easy task, but
it had to be faced as changes were
inevitable, tlie ordering of t)p'ngs not
being always in one's own hands. In
regard to the future he stated tbat ns
yet he had no definite plant
The address given was attentively
listened to by all aud was filled with
many valuable thoughts and niessn-
appropriate to the occasion.
Choosing as his subject the text, "I
delight in the law of God after the
inward man," Mr. MacKay showed
clearly the importance of the inner
self as distinct from outward show
and professions. The church and its
ecclesiastical systems were subject to
change, as was evidenced in India
and China where they would not accept different forms of worshipping
tho one God. but insist on a church
in which Christ alone is magnified.
In scathing criticism of a recent
address here given by an I.W.W.
speaker, Scarlett, he said that any
trouble did tint lay in, nor could it
be corrected by the various "isms,"
but the wrong rested with ourselve
Curlers Hold
Annual Meet
Reorganize For Next Season
So As To Be Ready
When Ice Is
INTERVIEW OUTSIDE PTS.
\V. R. Worden Kc oar8eIves, together with our de-
F. L. Conslantin-3
  Dr. rutledge
... \V. B. Bi'i-dgett
Dunce   Major II. B. Hicks
Chairmen of Exhibit, Section.
Stock   	
Poultry	
Grains and Grasses
Vegetables & Fruits
Educational Work ....
Ladies' Work 	
Manual Training 	
Refreshments ....
.Mineral Exhibits
M. McCrindle
F. .1. Harbinson
.... A. B. Smith
  Mr. Pelmer
 H. I,. Porter
 J. P. Fink
  F. G. Morris
F. M. MePherson
. J. F. Huchcroft
Concessions   Dr. Rutledge, W.
E. Worden und A. L. Hay
LADIES' AUXILIARY TO
FIREMEN'S LODGE IS INSTITUTED; FIRST IN B.C.
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Coming Events
BORN—On Friday, March 27th.
at the St. Eugene Hospltpl to Mr.
nnd Mrs. .1. W. Lake, a son.
BORN —On Tuesday, Mnrch 81,
nt the St, Eugene Hospital, to Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. Keegan, of this cily, a
daughter.
Sawmill Will Resume Operations
The Kootenay River Lumber Co's
mill at Wolfe Creek is expected to
resume operations soon nfter the first,
of the month. Some new equipment
hns heen added to increase tho capacity nf the plant, Including a topsnw
to handle the bigger logs as they go
through.
Saturday, April 4: "The Private Secretary," at Ihe Auditorium, under
ausplcos of Cranbrook Elks.
Thur.. Fri. & Sat., April 2, It, nnd 4:
"North of .'Nl," big feature picture
ol  the Slur.
Wed. April S— Conservative Assoc,
annual mooting in K.P. Hall at 8
p.m.
Thursday, April 1(1: Sale of Home
Cooking, Candy, nml Afternoon
Tea in the Parish Hall, 3 to 0 p.m.
Friday, April 17: Tho Crnnbrook
Players, present "lei On Parle
Francnis," and "Tho Playgoers,"
under nuspices Crnnbrook Musical Society.
Thurs., Fri. & Sat., Apr. 0, 10 ft
11: "The Sen Hawk," ut Ihe Star
Monday, May 2!i:Empiro Day Celebration, put on by Cranbrook G.
W. V. A.
Native  Sons Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of the Native
Sons of Canada, Cranbrook Assembly
No. 22, wns held on Wednesday evening in the K. P. Hnll, to be followed
by a social time. An ncaount of this
interesting Catherine; will be found
on an inside page of this issue.
In Toils Of Law Once  More
One, Roach, well known in police
circles in this eity, and only released
from tho provincial jail nt Nelson n
few dnys ago, where ho had been
spending some time for passing a
worthless cheque in Trail, was again
gnthcred in by the Nelson police on
Monday, after n worthy citizen of
Nelson found himself in possession
of stolen property, which Roach hnd
insisted on presenting to him on Sunday night. Early that evonlng the
citiaen wns approached by Ronch,
who snid ho owed n board bill he
could not pay, thnt he hai heen
"kicked out," nnd needed something
to ent. The citizen gave him a dollar
in return for which the needy one insisted on leaving ns security n safety
razor. Very much Inter in the evening he nppronched the citizen again
to ask for another 50 cents which
was refused. Later the chnrp.e was
laid thnt he hud stolen two razors
from thc hoarding house in question
and n bottle of flavoring extract
from a rcstnurnnt. The citizen hearing rumors of the arrest nnd tho
chnrge of stolen rnzors, promptly nppronched tbe police and gave up the
one left with him as security.
Offices installed for the r.. etaoin
The Ladles' Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
und Engineers, Mount Baker Lodge,
No. 403, wns instituted in Cranbrook
on Tuesday evening, with eighteen
members. This is the first brnnch
of this order to be instituted in B.C.
Officers installed for the year were:
President   Mrs. J. McCallum
Past Pres.   Mrs. D. Campbell
Vice Pres  Mrs. Bert Pmtling
Fin. Sec.   Mrs. R. Bartholomew
  Mrs. Wm. Wilson
... Mrs. H. Flewelling
  Mrs. P. Graham
Mrs. B. Bartholomew
  Mrs. Art Bolt
  Mrs. Robert Eley
... Mrs. R, Berrington
Chairman nnd Trustees: Vrc. Pocock, Mrs. Bolt and Mrs, Atkinson.
After the business nf the evening
wns concluded a dainty lunch wns
■served in the homo of Mrs. J. McCallum, after which n vote of thanks
nnd presentation of silver was mado
lo the organizer, Mrs. Mnud E. Moore
who came from Stratford, Ontario,
nnd worked so hnrd for the Interest
of Mount Bnker Lodge.
After thanking Mrs. McC:\llum for
the kind use nf her home, the ladies
departed in the wee sinn' hours, nil
decluring n very interesting nnd hnp-
py evening had been spent.
Meetings will be held in tho Maple
Hall the first and third Mondny in
Roll up, new members!
Treasurer 	
Secretary 	
Chaplain 	
Conductor ....
Warden 	
Inner Guard .
Outer Guard .
lho month.
Prince   Buys   Special   Banjo;   Likely
To Start New Craia
London March 27 —The Prince of
Wales is perfecting himself in the
art of playing the banjo, for his tour
of South Africa nnd South America.
He hus just announced that he hns
ordered n special banjo from the
most famous mnkers of this tinkling
musical instrument, nnd it is expec
sires and impulses, were responsible.
Of ourselves. Oliver Wendell Holmes
says there are three conception?: the
person that God knows; the person
whom the person knows: and the person whom the other person knows.
The self as God kn"ws it is the rea!
self.
That the Christian life was in the
act of "becoming." and has never
"become," was another thought
thrown out by the pastor.
He reminded his hearers that while
the outward man and forms change
and perish, the inward man is renewed. He appealed to them to
make sure that their inward life was
attune, and expressed the hope that
as the days come and go the future
may find them and theirs growing
in the grace nnd knowledge of Jesus
Christ.
A pleasing anthem by the choir,
in which Mrs. Paterson took the solo
part, ns well as a delightful offertory
organ solo by Miss Wanda Fink, added much to the enjoyment of the
service.
Mr. MacKay came to the pulpit of
Knox Church after it had been vacant for some few month?, and was
inducted formally into thc pastorate
some three years ago, after he had
been acting pastor for a year or so.
He has Ihus brought the church from
one definite stage in its existence to
another, and there are few who will
attempt to dispute thnt during his
pastorate the church has attained
the widest sphere of influence it has
ever had. Mr. MacKay came at a
juncture when it was no easy task
for a paitOp to tnke hold of the loose
threads and draw the congregation
together Into one harmonious whole.
By tnet and earnestness he was able
to accomplish much, and having
brought the church to the threshold
of thc most momentous step the
Presbyterian f'hurrh in Canada has
ever had to face, Mr. MacKay feels
the future may perhaps be better
dealt with by others who cannot have
iheir Judgment swayed by nny local
conditions which may arise.
Mr. and Mrs. MacKay have mnde n
host of friends in other circlet thun
thnt of the church und its varied activity, nnd their removal will leave
a void in many organizations.
Mr. MacKay is a charter member of the Crnnbrook Rotary Club,
and hus ulso identified himself with
every movement thnt has had as its
object, civic betterment in any form.
Mrs. MacKay is still in the east,
having b'ft this city some weeks ago
oh n visit with relatives.
crate in society. — Vancouver Province.
The rumor that Mr. Alan Graham
while in England,    was    giving the
Prince u course of instruction, hns
ted that his action will stnrt a new not, as yet, been officially confirmed.
Adopting a new policy, the annual
meeting of the Cranbrook Curling
('hilt was held on Thursduy evening
last  at  the (ity   Hall. The usual
practice has been to hold the annual
meeting in the fall at the commencement of the season, but feeling tbat
valuable time is -sometimes lost before organisation Is effected for the
season, the club is now following the
practice of tlie Fernie club, and preparing for the noxt season at tho
close of the previous one.
About two dozen were present nt
the meeting on Thursday evening,
Or. G. E. 1 . .MacKinnon being in the
chair and C. T. Spence recording the
business.
The minutes of tbe last general
meting were read nnd approved, nnd
also the financial statement, which
was presented by the secretary, which
showed a balance on the right side of
the ledger.
Tbe election of officers then took
place, resulting an follows:
Hon. Pres Pr. F. W. Green
President       Dr, G, E. L, MacKinnon
Vice-President   L. Clapp
SecTreas C. T. Spence
Executive:—W. F. Cameron, J. J,
Jackson. J. Milne.
Ice Committee:—A. C. Bowness,
Sam Fyles, G. B. Willis.
A strong membership committee
was named to act when the time
comes, as follows:
Jno. Martin, I'. A. Burton, W. F.
Cameron. R. J. Collins, 3. P. McLaren. C. J. Little, HcKenzie Morrison,
A. J. Ironsides. W. D. Gilroy, M. McCrindle. G. Sinclair, W. J. Barber,
W H. Wilson, E. Attree. F. Provenzano, Geo. Anton.
Two official umpires were appointed as usual, these being A. S. Ward
and W. P. Gilroy.
Rev. F. V. Harrison and Rev. B. C.
Freeman were appointed the official
chaplains.
I "The fees for the next season will
ibe the same as those put in effect
■last fall, namely $12.00 a yoar for
[ordinary members and $0.00 for
"green" curlers, Another motion
! was passed that the players be classified a- in former years.
There" wns a discussion as to the
'methods of carrying on the cempeti-
j tions, and a number of speakers favored a new method of drawing up
a schedule, as undertaken las' year
for the first time, when the rinks
were divided under four captains
into as many groups, the Thistles,
who were captained by A. C, Bowness; th<- Maple Leafs, captain, W.
F. Cameron, the .Shamrocks, eaptain-
ed by A. S. Ward, and the Beavers,
captain, E. H. McPhee. The consensus of opinion seemed to be that this
method was good, unless something
better turned up in the meantime.
W. F. Cameron suggested that the
four cups be put up for competition,
and that the different team" in the
league play down, one cup *t> each
team.
In nn effort to Interest the outside
j points a little more. W.  II. Wilson
(Suggested a committee be formed to
see if the gnme could not be furthered in some of the nearby points by
thc building of rinks at such places
ns Wycliffe, Lumberton and Yahk,
the committee named being W. H.
Wilson, W. F, Cameron, A. C. Bow-
ness and Pr. C,. K. L. MacKinnon.
Another committee consisting of
Messrs. E. H. McPhee and W. D. Gilroy, was named to drnw up u set of
by-laws for the club. These are to
be submitted first to a meeting of the
executive, and later will como up at
a general meeting of the club.
The Curling Club will take $60.00
worth of stock in the Curling Rink
Co., it was decided, the stock to be
jput in the nnme of Dr. G. E. L. MacKinnon, for the Curling Club.
I It was 11.15 before thc meeting
adjourned.
BORN—At the St. Eugene Hos-
pitnl. on Friday, March 27th, to Mr.
and Mi>. Wm. I'ekkda, of Kimberley,
a daughter.
UNDER  THE
AUSPICES OF THE
CRAHBROOKELKS
"The Private Secretary1'
AUDITORIUM
SATURDAY
APRIL 4th
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Thursday, April 2nd. 1925
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At yoar draggtst 30c and 60c.
|    Mr. ond Mra. W. W. Stevens
leaving this week for Nelson, where
I Mr. Stevens, wlio has buen acting as
assistant district forester, lias been
transferred in tin1 reorganization of
the forestry brnnch.
For sales mul service Nash and Star
cars.   See Bntcliffe .4 Stewart.   "..'ltf
llr. A. I.. Hay. district agriculturist, lefl mi Tuesday evening for Saskatoon, where he i- i<> attend meetings of the Western Swine Breeders1
Association, which will be hold thori
on Friday of this week.
Permit, for Imported Nursery Slock
In connection with tho recent new-
ruling just come into force in Rust
Kootenny with regard to Importation
nl' nursery stock from throe nursorios
iu Manitoba, llu- Cranbrook Farmers
institute will take orders for permits
for any wishing in obtain nursery
stock under tip.* new permit system.
j '1'Im- fee I'or iln-.- permits will be
26c I'm- Institute membors and 50c
I I'm- anyone  no!   a  member of the
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Winnipeg Mother Finds Ideal
Remedy for Colds of Children
A Vaporizing Salve which Relieves Colds Over Night
and Croup in Fifteen Minutes. Nothing tu Take-
Just Rub It Over Throat and Chest.
MolVr" everywhere will be inU'trsU'd
in Lhc experience nf Mr>. W. Butterfleld,
627 Ctirydon Ave., Winnipeg, Man.
Mrs. Butterfleld tried the new cxti-rnal
remedy lur colds, Vicka VapoRub, when
it was first introduced in Winnipeg nnd
writes:
"My thrce»ycar*old l>ny, William, bo-
ramp very sirl; with what seemed to nn*
like a pneumonia cold accompanied with
indigesl ion. I Io was a vi ry sick boy for
two weeks. One night 11 rew alarmed—
he breathed bo quicldy and wm ro restless. I rubto (1 mm witli Vicka VapoRub
and tlie n^ult was quite gratifying. He
breatlv <1 moro cn^ilv and I was able tn
get a Intl.' Bleep mywlf. The next two
nights I again rubbed him with Wk*
wilb Bill! better results and he became
nfl bonny ns ever.   I surely nppreciato Master Wiilinm ntittcrftrld
Vicka   \a|vtUub  and   shall   U>o   and
reoomtnend a at all limes," nr chest, Vicks lias n twofold action.
Vicka is Juil as i""»d f.»r adtills. It is Internally it is inhaled as n v:i|>or and
tbe direel treatment f<>r aore throat, al tlie mine time, externally, absorltfd
tomiliii. bronchitis, catarrh, head "r like a liniment. Tliii doublo action ial*
tu-1 cold l   When rabbet! over tbronl dom fails to give Immediate rtllcf.
Special prices on new Bateries at
Service Garage.    Phone 114 ltf
The second bout between Moe und
Bozinis which was to have taken place
last week had to be cancelled as Mr.
Moe had to leuvo to fullfil an engagement in Alaska.
Mr. \V. Johnson" of Fertiiu, Hast
Kooii'iiay's moving picture magnate
was a visitor in Cranbrook last week
after spending a few days in Kimberley where under the management of
"Tom" Hailey bis theatre, tbo Orpheum, is doing a nice business.
We r.arry a mil lino of Men's Women's ami ('biiilreii'fl Rubbers.
W. P. DORAN.
Our tow prices wlu every time.
lb-. Bonnoll arrived in town on
Tuesday ami Mrs. Bonnell ami family will roturn after the schools close
Lo tako up their permanent residence
again, The host of Dr. Bonn ell's
friends will bo glad to see him back
again, especially as ho intonds to
tako up general practice. The doctor
has the confidence of tbe public generally us a professional man. lie
came to Pernio in the construction
days of lfc'.iK.—Fernie Free I'ress.
For prompt repairs und satisfaction go to Ratcliffe & Stewart's garage. 20t?
The F.lks now step into the front
raid-; of musical organizations in the
eity, from having undertaken to
fullior the band somewhat. The
members (>F the Home Town Band
aro now full fledged members of the
Kiks, and with the lodge behind them
should be in a position to undertake
to make themselves and their music
of considerably more consequence in
tho city this season. The band will
continue to retain thoir identity as
heretofore, antl lo undertake engagements as usual, and if tbe city undertakes to give them a little nssistanee
as well, there is little doubt but that
Lhe band could make an excellent j
showing thfe yfear from tho hard
work they have been putting in all
winter.
For first class automobile repairs
and winter storage, seo Ratcliffe &
Stewart. 3rUf
Rev. Dr. .1. G, Shearer, general
secretary of (lie Social Service Council of Canada, died suddenly at Toronto on Friday night hist. Mr.
Shearer was taken ill recently with
angina pectoris and pneumonia. He
was in his 06th year. He came to
Toronto on Friday, Mnrch ill, was
taken ill with heart trouble on the
following Monday and bis illness
developed into pneumonia. It was
stated that ho had delivered two
addresses a day for six weeks and
that hud brought on the heart
trouble. Rev. Dr. Shearer was a
fairly frequent visitor to Cranbrook,
and much regret is expressed at his
passing. During recent years Dr.
Shearer had mado a special study
of tho under-privileged child and the
problems relating to tho welfare of
tbe feeble-minded. On his lnst visit
to thc city he gave nn informative
lecture, illustrated by actual photographs, dealing with thoso problems.
Last fall a series of conferences was
heltl throughout Canada which wns
organized by Dr. Shearer, nnd on
that occasion he brought to Vancouver some of tbo outstanding workers on social welfare lines. While
officially connected with the Presbyterian Church, Dr. Sheurer was
Welcomed to many other pulpits and
till denominations recognized bis sterling  qualities.
We cany * full line ol Men's Woman's and Hisses' Shoe*.
W. 7. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
The Winnipeg Kiddies wore the
attraction at the Auditorium on Saturday last, aud while tho evening
audience was not as large as greeted
thorn on their previous appearance
n this eity throe ur four years ago,
I here was a good attendance at the
natinee put on in the afternoon. The
program put on by the youngsters
was bright anil snapy, but the general
IOpinion seems to be thnt they did not
reach the same high Standard M previously. Misfortune has been dog-1
ging them of late, one of tho clev
Kaplan sisters having met with au
accident by which she fell and brok
u collar bone, and is therefore off
ihe program for a while, while another member of the company, whose
specialty was Scotch impersonations,
and Lauder songs, left the company
at Pincher Creek, nnd while the substitute is a good dancer, thc loss of
theso two performers broke into the
remainder of thc progrnm. The
Needhnm Brothers singing was pleasing, that of Harold especially, and
tho two remaining Kaplnn Sisters
bore a heavy burden in tho remainder
f the program, Sarah being undoubtedly lhe star from the pep she put
into her numbers, There was also
much clever dancing, from tho toe
lancing of Rose Ames to the clever
step dancing of the little six-year
tdd who brought tho house down.
Tho opening ami closing numbers by
the company were also good, and
altogether the Kiddies left quite a
good impression from their performance.
WILL GRAND FORKS
BY-ELECTION BE
DEFERRED TILL JUNE
Rumors are now current that thoro
is :i possibility of the bye-election for
Grnnd Forlcs-Greemvood being deferred until June. This would appear
to emanate from u conference between Hon. Dr. Sutherland, minister
of public works and local party
l'i iends there.
Aboul two months ago it wns announced that the woek centering on
April 22nd had beon decided for the
holding or tho by-election. That hns
continued to hold good, anil April 26
has lately been legardcd as the probable date, bul now comes the sug-
nil be held
■finite an-
gestloll that tho poll mn;
till June. However, a
iioiinconient is oxpoctct]
tew
ll is oxpoctod that the minister or
public works will make a sonernl
survey of the roods in belt It the
Greenwood anil lhe Grand Porks dis-
trlcla nnd sanction n fairly healthy
program of dovolopmcnl ami repair
work before announcing lhe election.
McGill University
MONTREAL
Faculty of
cTWUSIC
Annual   Local   Examination!
In Music
Theoretical examinations will bo
held on or about May 2ml, and
Practical Exams during May and
June at various centers through"
out Canada.
Through theso examinations—
open to tho pupils of all teacbers
—the standing of a student may
be ascertained and progress tested. They are also preparatory to
the diploma and degree courses in
Music which, taken from Mcfiill.
a truly National University, are
recognized everywhere as of the
highest   standing.
Further information regarding
the different grades, music to be
prepared, fees, etc., and application forms may be obtained by applying direct to the  Secretary ol
Hit' Faculty of Music, McGill University or (o the local Secretary,
Bruce Robinson, Esq., Box TtiL!,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Entries  for th* examinations
should be tent before April  14
Swift's Premium—The National Breakfast
in thousands of homes in Canada, Swift's Premium, as thc world's
highest standard of quality, is served all year round. But for East'.r
Morning this supreme quality Bacon has an added appeal—Swtft's
Premium has become almost thc national dish on this bright feast
day—when nothing but the best is adequate.
If you have not experienced the delicious flavor and uniform goodness of Swift's Premium—this coming Easter Morning would be a
lining occasion on whicli to try it.
Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon
Be careful to get Swift's
" Premium " when you buy
Bacon or Ham—make sure
of it this coming Easter
Morning. Order from your
Butcher or Grocer.
Look for this hhie identification tag when you buy a
whole ham or when you buy
a slice.
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Limited
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**********************.!.*** \ Mi-, and Mrs. A. .T. Neuman entertained -a number ot thoir friends at
their homo last Tuesday evening in
The New Cafe
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
YAHK, 11.0.
OinioRltn Qarage, Near HrI<lR*i
Comfortable Rooms with
Cafe in Connection
We Solicit Your I'alronago
A. Hjort - Prop.
honor of Misa JeBsle Hunter. Seven
tables of empire whist wen? in piny
tliiT-iT]<:: tlu- evening, prizes at which
were won bjsj ihe following; I.. P.
Klug, gents' first, Mr, A. McBroom,
gents' consolutlon. Several contests
had also boon planned hy the hosts
which created much enthusiasm aud
friendly rivalry in the art of ;!rowing
and naming vniimls standard mis., the
prizes for llio contest winners wore
awarded   to   Uie   following;   Misses,
Jessie     llunl'T,    and     A.    Johnson,
THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
J. MARKLUND, Proprietor
When In Yahk make your home at.
THE NEW HOTEli.
This Hotel Is new from hottom to top.    Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. All are clean
and comfortable.
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWRISS& ROBERTS
Agents for Hard and Soft Goal.    Distribution Care a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
Telephone 63        .:.        .:.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P .0. Box 216
Messrs. .1. Walton, and I.. I\ Kluff,
A delicious luncheon was served by
the hostess at a lato hour, who was
assisted in the serving hy .Mrs! L. T.
Dwelley.
Mr. D. D. Cook, inspector of the
Western Pine Manufacturers' Ass'n.,
arrived in Lumberton last week and
spent a day inspecting the grades.
The regular meeting of the Lumberton Cluh was held last Wednesday
evening in the Lumberton club rooms.
Special arrangements had been made
for the affair and it was planned in
tlie nature of a farewell for Miss
Jessie Hunter who had been an
officer in the organization for a year
and a half. The early part of the
evening was devoted to empire whist,
at whicli nine tables were in play.
The prizes for the entire mouth were
awarded to the following who received the highest number of points for
lhe four meetings which were held
during that time; .Miss Jessie Hunter,
ladies' first, Mrs. E. Wood, ladies'
consolation, Mr. J. A. Jones; gents'
first, Mr. 3. Rockwell, gents' consolation. After tlie cards were concluded tables were set for all those present and refreshments were served by
the members of the committee, Mr.
L. T. Dwelley presided during the
serving ami called on Mr. J. Neuman,
past president of the Lumberton cluh,
who expressed the appreciation of the
members of the Club for the work
which Miss Hunter had done during
her residence in Lumberton, nnd the
esteem in which she is held by all the
Club members, in conclusion Miss
Hunter was presented with a gift as
a token from her fellow club members with the wish that she would
enjoy ber new work and that she
would not forget her many Lumber-
ton friends. The remainder of the
opening was spent in dancing, music
for which was furnished by Messrs.
Pat Weyeuhurgh, Horry Wilson and
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Harvey Piper. A uhorl business
meeting wns held al which llu* Following committee viae appointed m have
charge <>f the program ami entertainment far thu month <>f April: Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Hunter, Mr. ami Mrs.
R. B. Mitchell, Mrs. 11. (I. Piper, and
Mr. J. Rockwell.
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STORE |
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Spring Is Here 1
Come in and have a look nt the j
New Shipments , Just Arrived <i
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Fine Dreis  Shirts in Silks and j!
Cottons.   Men's Heavy and j
Light Work Shirts, Dress ]
and Work Shoes 1
Ladies and Children's Shoes & \
Sandals.    Suitcases, Trunks j
and Other Goods *i
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Paul Nordgren Store \
On Main Road, near bridge      ]
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Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Hunter were
hosts to a large number of their
friends last Friday evening si their
home, in honor of Mi Ji ie Hunter'
The early part of the evening was
devoted to u drawing contest, which
was ft.Mowed by empire whist at
which nine tables were in play, after
the conclusion of the cards another
contest was held which proved very
interesting as well as amusing. The
prizes ut cards were won hy thi' foi-
lowing; Mrs. A. J. Kolesar, ladies-
first, Miss Allen, ladies* consolation,
Mr. It. ti. Mitchell, gents' first, .Mr.
II. I\ Klinestiver. gents' consolation,
the prizes for the various contests
were won by Miss A, Johnson, and
Mrs. 11. B. Mitchell. A very delectable luncheon was served by the hostess during the course of the evening
who was assisted by .Mis. Allen. The
out of town guest-; were Mrs. Allen
and daughter, of Boswell, B, C.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. X. Jacobson returned from Portland on Thursday of
last week where they attended tbe
Rotary Convention,
Mrs. A. Christensen, and sons,
masters, Tommy, and Alhy, ami Miss
Hattie Auger departed Tor Rholt on
Wednesday of last week whore they
will spend some time. Thoy were
accompanied by Mr. A. Christonson
as far as, Nelson.
Masters Edward, and Gordon Neuman, entertained a number of their
little friends at their home on Wednesday afternoon of last week. The
afternoon was spent, in playing various games which helped to whet np
the appetites of the little guests tu
anticipation of the delightful dinner
which Mrs. A. J. Neuman bad prepared. The pnrty came to a close at
an early hour, needless lo say tbat
all the little ones enjoyed themselves,
Mr. and Mi's. Hayward, arrived in
Lumberton from Spokane on Saltir-
day afternoon of last week. Mr.
Hayward will be employed as gang
filer during, tbe present sawing season.
Mr. Pat Downey returned from a
two weeks' holiday, which was spent
j at Calgary and Prince Albert, on
I Saturday afternoon.
I Miss Mable Pestoti. of Creston, B.
C. is spending several weeks at the
homo of.Mr. and Mis, N. Cragie
| The caterpillars are beine: ovor-
I hauled   at   camps   number   two   and
iim e, and also at the sawmill.    The
cats,   will   he   in   excellent   condition
for ihe summer's logging operations
;-.    ;oon as the ground permits.
Th" hours in the sawmill and entire plant have been shifted ahead
one hour, so operations start at 7.tin
in the morning and end at five in tbe
afternoon. Heretofore the hours
have been from seven-thirty to five-
thirty.
The -sawmill started operating on
Monday morning and very little difficulty was experienced in getting
under way outside of tbe minor
things which are hound to be more or
less troublesome.
INCOME TAX AND
PERSONAL PROPERTY
RETURNS NOW DUE IN
' Provincial govern-
; iim'iiI should have been made la lhc
ai  the court house lure by
FISH & GAME INTERESTS
OF WINDERMERE BEING
WELL LOOKED AFTER
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., March 28.—Th
Windermere District Rod and Gun
Club, which was revived last spring;
is receiving great encouragement
from the fisheries department of tlu
Dominion government and the pro
vlneial gamo hoard in the work whicb
they are endeavoring to earry thru
in the way of introducing foreign
game birds to the fields and forests,
and gnmey fish into the numerous
lakes and streams which abound in
the district. Twice now in years
gone by, large consignments of Kamloops trout or land-locked salmon
fry of the eyelet size have been put
into the water at different points.
Up to the present no recognized results have come, but tbe enthusiasts
are still active %and more will shortly
bc introduced. Not long since 100,-
000 eastern or brook trout, eyelets
were released in Goldie Creek, tinder
he direction of fishery overseer C,
II. Robinson, of Nelson, assisted by
Mr. Ryder of that city, and Crnnbrook hatchery.
Secretary W. IL Cleland has just
received a consignment from the
Gamo Hoard nf 25 Mongolian pheasants. A promise of Hungarian partridges has also been made. The
pheasants will be kept in confinement
for a period of some weeks after
which they will be turned on to the
heaths to fend for themselves. It
is earnestly hoped by the members
of the Rod and Gun Club that after
the labor and expense of having these
beautiful game birds introduced that
the sporting residents will do all in
their power to see that they are fed,
nourished nnd protected.
the 'ini „f last month. If the return,
should have been made lo lhe Assessor at ih- Court House here by tin-
end uf last month. If these Returns-
are nol made immediately the result
will he lhat id,- Taxpayer will find
himself in an awkward position us.
in case of default, 26(jj will be added
to last year'- assessment, No family ne insurance premium deductions
l will he mad,- beyond the $1200 in the
lease of unmarried and $1500 in the
case of married persons. Any application for dependants will hnve to
be made at the Court of Revision nnd
[Appeal and allowed, or disallowed as
the case mny be, at that Court.
Mis. P. H. Jackson wns a visitor
(with Cranbrook friends a couple of
j days last week, returning on Sntur-
! day.—Creston   Review.
1NVERMERE GOLF CLUB
RE-ELECT OFFICERS
FOR COMING SEASON
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B. C,, March 2S.—The
second annual meeting of t|l6 lnvermere Golf Cluh, Limited, wns held
iu the rotunda uf Hotel lnvermere,
this week. The attendance of shareholders and others interested in golf
was large and manifested a good
showing for the coming yeur. The
report of the directors brought out
thai a good deal of work had been
done on tlu> fairways ami the greens
of the -Id acre course during the past
yenr nnd dealt with the erection of n
temporary clubhouse on the grounds
as a neuclous of better things
to come. Tin- Secretary-Treasurer's
report showed the Club to be in a
good solvenl condition. The officers
of last year were re-elected with
the one chnnge of George A. Bennett
as a director, vice A. G. Cuthbert
who has removed to reside in Nelson.
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CUNARD
ANCHOR
ANCHOR DONALDSON
Quebec, Quebec.—A measure to
be brought before the legislature
this session will provide for the presentation of works of Canadian
authors as school prizes instead of
other works us has been the eustoi
Ottawa, Ontario,—Immigration to
Canada, including Canadians returning from the United States, has nver-
aged a little over fourteen thousand
a month for the ten months of the
fiscal year up to and including January, according to a statement issued by the Department of Immigration and Colonization. The total returns for the ten-month period is
141,(100. Regular immigration, not
Including returning Canadians, amounted to lii2.:.TT, of which 49,303
were British, 1:1,721 from the United
States and 30,493 from other countries.
.•: June 20.
:>; I.etitia Mev S.
Athenia  May 2
CANADIAN SERVICE
FROM   HALIFAX
i To Plymouth. Cherbourg, London
I Antonin, May :'; June 15; July IS
; Ausonia Mny _' |; June -": Aug. J
Ascania, June G; July 11; Aug. 15.
l To   Liverpool—
Auranin .May 8;
I Laneastria May l E
j   To Glatgovr—
Saturnia May I;
FROM  NEW YORK
'To Qurrntlown  and  Liverpool—
I Caronia Apr. ll; Scythia Apr, is
I Laconia Apr. 25; Carmania Muy 2
To Cherbourg and Southampton—
I AquiUnia Apr. .*; Apr.#20; May 20
! Berengaria Apr. 15; May 0; May 27
j Mauretan:a Apr. 22: May ]'.'>; June 3
To  Londonderry   and  Glasgow—
I Athenia Apr. IX; Columbia Apr. 18
Cameronia Apr. 2.~>; Tuscania May 2
To Plymouth, Cherbourg,  London—
Ausonla Apr. 11; Albania June 13
To  Plymouth,   Cherbourg,   Hamburg
I Andania Apr. \<; May 23; June 27
Money orders und drafts nt lowest
rutes.     Full   information   front   Agents, or Companv's Offices. 022 Hastings St. W.( Vancouver, B.C.
A wo-nilt/ ihlp In bring prepared' at
tht Wcit India Dorki nn tha Thamei
(er duly ss a cable repairer. She U
tha "Cyrua Field," and her duly la lo
pick up damaged rablea and repair
them. Hha wlll bi atalioned at Hall-
fax, N.B.
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Thursday, April 2nd, 1925
tbe Cranbrook Herald
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
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Advertising Kates on Application, Changeo ot I'opy! 3.
lor Advertising ihoutd be handed ln not later than Wed- j T
nesday noon to secure attention.
THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1925
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ning bodies hi
HAVE Vi if BEEN   VACCINATED? ,.,,-•
                               |        of the five senses — hearing, feeling;, see- ;•*■;
T,.,c „ I nme a more Dressing question $ In, tasting and smelling — the slghl    Is   the*
HIS may soon becom   a more press  g j | ^ ^^ am| ., |s „ k,,.,.iML. lh||IK „, *
than even taking out a drt\ci - license, *I -ose your siKi,l.   Whenever anything is wrong, v
decided to enforce the regulations just enacted l>>  | w|t|, youreyes, come to an experl al once — |
lhc provincial government, to cope with tl"' threat- * come to this store. *
'■'"" 5"read "r srUPat;ttdlsS SM^ll Wo will tell you whether lo see an Oculisl f
no latitude in the matter, according | or whether WC have the CUf
lull ITicial proclamation contained   in   ant  extra |     |||;|AVS VR1j DANGEROUS • -COME
,.,,-,-„„ ol ,!„■ Hritish Columbia Gazette, which was * • EXAMINATION  I'UEF
nut onl specially to give publicity to tlie enactment *
;i( |hl. !„,,„,„ |.,| |)0artl „( liealth in regard to the]
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Sa(,*lv be lefl lo the discretion o  Ita mcdi"1| WATCI.( ,NSPGtTORS |
officers in lhc various centres, hul nnci n i-'«'»»    J, NEXT D0OR TO THE p0ST OFFICE *
to be iu il"' interests of the public thai vaccination        ,.,..,.,,..,.w..w..«.:..m**f
shall go into force, there will he no recourse for the I ************^^*** • • • — •	
conscientious ol>jectors, but to submit.to the indig-
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Tho monthly meeting of the Wo-
en's  Institute  will   be  held  In  the
K. P. Hull, Tuesday next, Apiil 7th.
Programme:—
Business New nnd Old Prosldenl
Agriculture   Mr. "">'
Vocalist       Mrs. Norgrove
Household Hints and Ten Cloth
Hints   Members
Distribution c.r Flower Show lists
nml serving oE  Artor " Tea   ■
Ladies ul' lhe Comniittoo.
II is hoped thai n g I inimbor ot
friends ns woll us memhers wlll I"'
in nltendunee.
I RAWORTH Bros:
i\ ul" in voluntary confinement at home tilt the full [arc put hit
period of quarantine is past, or bc vaccinated. ■ .1:1.1	
If iln- rulcH go into effect, it will bc for every
resident of the province lo submit to vaccination,
or shew evidence uf having been su treated within
the lasi two years. City councils will be entrusted
with the authority to enforce the regulations, and
school boards will have to sec that the regulations
effect with regard to teachers and school
hiltlr
Locally, the city council is nol rushing mailers,
bul will probably let the mailer rest till such time
as tlte medical health officer deems action necessary.
Unfortunately, with the number ot transients travelling to and from the Coast cities, no community
in the province ean say that il will be immune.
Barrister Addreitoi Gyro Mealing
Tito Gyro Club enjnyod 0 roroi
trout tliis week, when Mr. G. J. I
Spreull, who was tlio Rued of tlio:
evening;, gave a moal Inlorcatlnji
l:ilk tin the profusion of which I10
is a member. One lias heard of lho
traditions of tlte English Ine-, bul to
ir of it told by ono who was a
mlier und one of itw ^Indents,
makes it, infinitely nunc Interesting,
The speaker's comparison of English
and American practice, the necessary
training to become a member of tho
bar, and its customs uml practices,
were listened to wltl) rapt attention.
Mr. Spreull possesses thnt pleasing
faculty of visualizing the scenes and
incidents which ho describee', und
while seated around ihe banquet
table the Gyros had little difficulty
in seeing the weekly luncheon nf tho
inner middle temple, of which Mr.
Spreull is a member, thanks to his
interesting      description      thereof.
j   LOCAL HAPPENINGS  I
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Gordon Knight of Medieine Hat
met with a serious accident on Tuesday evening ami was brought to the
hospital at R.3U p.m. ll wan found
necesaarj to amputate the right arm
Immediate!j. Tin- young man is
only twenty-one years and hud come
to Cranbrook tu find work, lie was
returning tu Lumberton on a freight
train whin Jn- met with the mishap.
his haul bigger by missing 11 trarmont]during tho lengthening evenings prnc
thoUtces arr  being held  whenever twi
nthnsiasti   enn  raise  ib
id ti
which was hanging iif
pockets of which there
ho n considerable sum of money at
tbe lime.
With a week of mild spring weather, the flowers have started to appear, nature apparently needing but
little encouragement to do her part
in beautifying the world, The crocuses, both the wild variety, und
those in the gardens have made their
appearance, the bright yellow of the
hitler making a pleasing splnsh of
color in an otherwise drnb world.
A moeting of nil those interested i
in the formation of a Uicroa.se elub
are asked to meet nt the Y.M.C.A. on
Friday evening next at 8 p.m.
Ashton Powers is convening the
meeting. Kimberley is getting organized, so it is up to Cranbrook to
d by Mr, Willis for any information     t Mlhl(1 th(, movomont to secure
Inch  will  lead  to the apprehension
Ni
race has been found of the
miscreant who recently broke Into the
.store of iln- 1 ranbrook Cleaners &
Dyers, and got away with a considerable quantity of clothing, running
tu two or three hundred dollars in
value.    A reward is now being ol'fer-
liees
or   ih
sticks
ball.
embarked on
improvement
nf tho First under-
mc of lhe
Anecdotes of mem1
with which ho was
worthy of repetitli
of the bar
dated were
any society
IfotiK Made Bread
is good'forikKiddies
Olvo the children nil tho fresh,
homo-made bread tliey ran
cat. Nothing makoa them
lliri\- ao woll.
ROYAL
YEAST
.CAKES
Jhc Standard of
e^tsaliiyfor tnorc
than
50
years
Treasurer, J. A, Genest. Chaplain,
Mr. Morris Clark. Scurgant-nt-arms,
J. Cardinall. Historian, J. II. Hutch-
croft. Inside Guardian, Malcolm Gillis, Outside Guardina R. McCormick.
Secretary, W. J. Leigh.
The program which was then
presented was heartily received und
was worthy of the liberal applause
which it was given. The contributors
were, Orchestra, Miss Phyllis Small,
Ted Senile, J. Ward and F. Roberts;
Harry Doris in 0 song, Ira McNuugh-
tnn and Mr. Muller in several piano
duet selections and F. Marsh, vocal
solo. Speakers for the evening were
Messrs. J, A. Genest, J. C. McMillan,
Vancouver, F, Guimont, and Dr. Rutledge.
J, A. Genest was pleased to refer
to the way that the people of Hritish
und French birth were now working
harmoniously us well as to the
great Importance thereof.
Mr. McMillan's talk was very in-
leresting, showing us it does the development,   that  had  taken  piuce   iu
the affairs of the Native Sons generally. He was pleased with the success of the Cranbrook order of which
a year ago he wns the installing
officer. He pointed out thc many
things that the Grand Council were
accomplishing. He ulso paid tribute
to the value that Quebec had been
in that troublesome time of 1754 to
1756.
Mr. Porter of the High School
asked the society to take over the
responsibility of putting on the lecture on April 18th to be given by
Dr. .1. S. Schofield on the mining
subject.    This they readily consented
lo   do.
to do. Messrs. Fletcher, Porter and
Martin are the committee to look af-
tor ibis.
Blnirtnorc   Elka   Coming   Saturday
Tickets are now on sale at the
lleuttie-Noble Drug Store, for lhe
piny to be given Saturday by tbe
Kiks' Dramatic Club, of Blalrmoro,
at  tho  Audi'loiioin. Secure  your
seats al once as I hey are going fust.
SERVICE
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QUALITY
Co-Operative
IF YOU ARE NOT TRADING WITH US, Wl: WOULD
LIKE YOU TO GIVE US A TRIAL
Much .interest is being shewn in
tho bowling contest which is going
on at the old Vone'/.in Howling Alley
now being successfully operated by
X, Holdener. The fight has now
practically dwindled down to Jack
Taylor and S. Fyles. Drop in and
see   the   games   any   afternoon   or
of the thief. Entrance was forced
at the buck of the premises, und in
their process of going over 'he contents of the store, it is said that the
burglar passed up n chance to make
The city council I
its program of Hpi'i
in the eity
takings being to rep
bridges ovor the creek that have
come to the stage when replacement
is neet ssnry. The bridges on Ynu
Horne Street, Hanson Avenue, Louis
Street and elsewhere arc being done
away with, tho water being carried
through culverts of about two feet
in diameter, or -sufficient tn carry the
water nt its height. The bridge over
St. Joseph's Creek on Edwards Street
is ulso to bo replaced with another
substantial bridge, that will cost
seven or eight hundred dollars, and
the purpose is to raise the level of
the bridge some three feet nr so, ti
the grade of the rond,    Th
or person can Induce Mr, Spreull to! * ""*" —
repeal his address, ihey can be us-1 FIRST ANNUAL MEETING
t rem plena-1   OF NATIVE SONS; NEW
LODGE IS GOING STRONG
Wenberx'ciip Reported   Well
Over  Three  Hundred;
Social Follows Meeting
Tin* flr-al milestone as it were in
the journey of Crnnbrook Assembly
No. 1- of tho Native Sons of Canada!
was marked by tho annual meeting
which took place In tho K. P, Hall1
last night. Tliat tho organization is
nt-; was evidenced by
iMT° '" To£\oT preetS Tel. eons red tl viability of
Zbeen heIn   rder'to'siSTppnttta. In a cemen, bridge, but foam!
have been led,  n oruei nin (n Mv/Qm
tVnl or.Saturday afternoon, andduded it at this, time
er
sured of half an
ure.
WEDNESDAY PROGRAM
OF LOCAL TALENT ONE
•   OF BEST PUT ON
The usual weekly program of local
tnlonl al tho Star Theatr i Wed-
nesday night was voted ono of the
besl yet liy those who hnve attendod
these programs which have been put
on by the management of the Star,
and  have  proved  so  popular.
The program this woek got n geml',.'-, ,. .. ,
,   ... ,       ,,    , ,     1 tie fact thai nt this meeting no less
send-utl fi-niii the two nun.hers play-  , .. ,
,  ,     ,.     „       _ .  ,   „,„.. .'   '    1 ban 12 candidates wero put through
-d    iv   lie   Svnen in ed   S.rollers,   n1 ,      , ......      ,   .    ■
. • , ,   . ...     the degree ol Initiation bringing up
;iew y.v/.y. nrehesirn nunposou of Miss    ,     .  ,  , ,    ., .,     ,
„     ,,        , ,. .,,   .' .     .       ,    ,    lie totol lo :'.:M whereas a year ago
Small, and Messrs. fed Seurle., Jack   , ,     ,. ,   .  ...,      ,,.|
...    1      ,,,,,, , , .,      'he membership was but  il.      the
Ward ami Frank Roberta, and lliese ,. „ .,   ,.     ,       .
, ,,        report  ot   Secretnry  Martin showed
two snappy nUnvucrs wen- well re-   ,       , ,     ,. ,.     ,,
■    ,    *,..     .. „.    ...   .     , that tho membership was eontnuially
.-eived.    Miss  Nellie  Clark  who was;       ,,     . ,      ,     .1     ... .. „.
...        , . , ,  ,011 the increase due to the interest
me   ol   the   soloists   was   rewarded I    ,       .    ., . ,    ,
.! taken  111 tlu- society by many inem-
Presh I'ack Empress Jam—
LOGANBERRY, 4s, per tin	
LOGANBERRY-RASPBERRY, -k per iiu.
BLACKBERRY, 4s, per tin	
VEOEX tlie vegetable extract thai puts pep in us all
something new. per jar 	
GOLD MEDAL MAYONNAISE, per pint 	
CLARESHOLM, FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER,
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S PICKLES
WAFFLE SYRUP, in decanters	
SCHOOL PENCILS, per dozen	
ROME BEAUTY APPLES, per U,\	
SEED SPUDS
OYSTER SHELL, per sack, $2.50	
FEED OATS, per sack. 	
EGG MASH, per sack 	
CONOOLEUM RUliS, All Size
. per I,
75c
7Sc
7*c
S5c
75c
40c
... 50c
50c
S3.25
$15.0(1
$-'.-'7
$.1.75
Cranbrook Dist. Co-Op. Soc.
Phone 104
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FOR EASTER
Be Well Supplied With
"SHAMROCK"
Hams and Bacon
They Are The Very Best That
You Can Buy
AND
J PLENTY 0FFRE     SH EGGS
for her singing by sharing thl
ond I
-etting new members.
and third prizes, tying wltl] Cecil! ^ ,.„„„,.-. 1)f Troasum. ,|. A.
Kcade, who gave a popular xylophone Genmt sl|owc(| 0u, Hnnnclal affairs
solo, showing an unusual degree of \0, (|u, soc|ctv ,,, |lc ,„ healthy state,
accomplishment. Harry Collier waa.tlle„ being jn tho treasury over $1,
another soloist, nnd his two songs', 000 w|th nU tll0 billsTiald.
were well received. The first prize [jlstorinn II. Pottor gave 0 resume
for tho evening went to "The Two of the activities of tho assembly from
Shortys," whose duets on the man- tl,0 time n few inlerested parties
lolln nnd violin, consisting of soilth-Jtook steps towards Ihe formation of
nn airs, captivated Ihe crowd eoni-|.„, assembly ill this eity to thc pres-
pletoly.   Then. Padberg, was also on ,.nr, pointing oui thc more important
he program with violin solos and phases thereof,
showed up to his usual standard.j The spoils eomniitlee through Mr.
Harry I.ea, a host in himself, as a I A. E. Leigh and Mr. Ashton Powers
comedian, was made up as a girl, reported ivhal had been undertaken
and his sours went over so well that, by Un- order in tlie encouragement
he was recalled two or three times) of all sport,
his last number being a clever dance.! Following tho reports thc election
Prom  the  reception   he  got,   it  is  of officers resulted as follows)
vident lhat the audience find il hard   President, Mr. .1. Taylor. 1st V. P.,
to get enough of him. | A.  c.  BownoBs,  2nd  Dr.  Rutledge.
Our Saturday Specials are from choice
local
Fresh Killed Steers
Grain Fed Pork
Choice Spring Lamb
Dairy Fed Veal
P. BURNS & Co Ltd.
Phone 10        ...        . Cranbrook, B.C.
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Photos In Natural Colors!
Mothers—Daddies tun—quite bflcn learn too
late that they have let "Precious" ages nt tlieir
children slip liy, unrecorded. Photographs usually
are lhe most prized possessions in Inter years.
Let us show you what ive enn do in a real Art
Pliologrnphi or a Photograph in Natural Colors uf
vour boy or girl, or of yourself.
NELSON'S PHOTO STUDIO
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Phone 56        -       Studio: Mount Baker Hotel
NEW CITY BAKERY
The Home Of The KOOTENAY LOAF
GROCERIES,  CONFECTIONS,  CIGARS
and TOBACCOS
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SEED POTATOES
We have just received a shipment of
Seed Potatoes, direct from Prince Edward Island. These are extra choice
potatoes, well eyed, and a very smooth
surface.
Fresh Stocks of Green Vegetables
Arriving Daily
Try us for your next order.
John Manning
PHONE 173
OFFICE 93 I
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Thursday, April 2nd, 1925
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KIMBERLEY   f
NEWS NOTES J
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Mr. Walker, of tlu- Nelson Daily
News circulation dopnrtmont, wus in
town throughout lust week.
Mrs. K. 0. Montgomery returned
t<> town on Tuesduy, nfter un nbsence
tif several weeks.
Klmborloy doctors nnd nurses have
now movod Into tho now hospital
building en McDougall Heights,
which is a grant improvemonl on tho
old building. Tho new hospital has
ubout thirty bods at present as well
as au X-ray room and a good bright
operating room, Thoro is also a ma-
torntty ward with special equipment,
and the lecture building is complete
NISBET & GRAHAM
Barristers, Solicitors, &c.
Offices: Imperial Bank Bldg.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
OFFICES at KIMBERLEY
IN K. of P. HALL
Open Every Wednesday trim
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
rTk« Ion Think *t Illume*
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Cranbrook & Kimberley
lolt tint) lo' Kl"l>«rl-»j Townilte.
W. R. ROSS, K.C.
BARRSTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
CRANBROOK
and KIMBERLEY
in almost every detail, for the successful carrying on of the work for
which it is Intended.
The bridge elulTniet at Ihe heme
ot Mrs. 13. C. Montgomery on Tuesday.
The building which is lieing erected on the Marsh property on Howard Street, is going ahead rnp'dly.
Mrs. McKenzle lias as her guesl,
her mother, from Tacoma.
Mrs. Oeorge Kennedy was the
guest or Iier daughter, Mrs, Win.
Lindsay, on Monday.
Mr. W. A. Nisbet, of Granirook,
was in town on Wednesday.
Mrs. HonoymnnT ei* Cranbrook,
wus the guest of her (laughter, Mrs.
Gougeon, tho cud or hist week.
Mrs. A. Ward "entertained at tea
on Thursday.
Frank Carlson was a Cranbrook
visitor during the week.
Mrs. Campbell was relieving at
the superior school last week, taking
tho place of Miss Sheill, who was on
the sick list. Miss llalliday is also
relieving in Miss Freeman's room
I'or the same reason.
Mrs. M. .1. Hnlpin entertained at
u delightful tea on Thursduy afternoon.
Miss Johnstone wns able to resum"
her duties the first of the week.
A large number of citizens turned
out on Fridny lost to attend tho funeral of the late Mr. Hurl. Services
were held in the Union Church, Rev.
Jas. Evans having the service in
charge. The remains were conveyed
by train to Cninlirook, where interment was made.
A Liberal meeting wns held in thc
Oddfellows' Hnll on Monday evening.
Stanley Gray left for Kimberley
Tuesday evening, where he is being
transferred hy thc Consolidated. Miy
Gray will join him there next
week.— frail News.
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* DR. C. W. HUFFMAN, Chiropractor *
KIMBERLEY
(Over Kimberley Hardware)
Mondays, Wednesdays <&
Fridays
10 to 6
And by Appointment
CRANBROOK
(Hanson Block)
Tuesdays, Thursdays &
Saturdays
11 - 12 and 2 - 5
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Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada, Limited.
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers ol (iold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers nl (iold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS
In our yards at lliis very moment lays the home
ni your dreams, All it needs is your decision • i make
it real — call us in and let us figure with you hp\V
cheaply it can lie built. Why delay action longer?
Iliiildiii}; materials of all kinds are now us low iu price
ns you can hope for in many seasons to come.
We nre completely stocked for the big spring rush
in building. First grade Lumber, Brick, Cement, Sand.
Gravel, Etc. No matter what your building Job may
be—whether large or small, we can supply you with
malrials in any quantity—nnd nl lowest costs
CRANBROOK SASH
Jas. A. Booth    - -
DOOR CO.
Local Mgr.
Mr. Fred Antrobus, of Coleman
Alberta, ii in Kimherley atut may
locate here in business.
Mr. K. A. Mackenzie returned to
Kimherley on Sunday after spending
a week in Calgary where he purcrm.s-
i-tl  a  ear   ut'   new  -md second  hand
furniture.
William Lee, auditor for P. Burns
and Co., was in town from Ntlson on
Monday.
Mrs. Ivy Bidder, from Cranbrook,
was visiting at the Concentrator over
the weekend in connection witli Mr.
Chorlton'a  recital.
Mr, David Scott nnd Ids orchestra
will give a dance in the 1. 0. 0. F.
h.-dl on Monday evening, April 13th.
Further particulars will be given
later.
There will be a meeting of the
Kimherley Board ..f Trade, in the
school building, commencing et 8
o'clock on Monday evening next.
The Sunrise Laundry have moved
their equipment to a building across
the Creek, house No. IS on Wallinger
Avenue.
Mr. ,1. E. Merryfield, provincial
organizer for the Conservative Party,
was in Kimberley on Friday and Saturday visiting the workers in the
for future work.
Next week the Easter holidays will
begin at the local school. When the
School closes on Thursday, April ilth
it will not be reopened until .Monday
morning April 20th.*
Dr. Wilson Herald, is bore this
week from Kelowana und is guest
at tho North Star hotel.
While at Cranbrook last week, 0.
Gauthier ha*d the pleasure of meet-
in an old schoolmate nnd neighbor
at Magog, tho old home town away
back in Quebec. "Bob" Moffatt nnd
the Kimberley resident recalled many
happy experiences of their boyhood
days.
W. Shaw, district mannger for P.
Burns & Oo., came up from Lethbridge on Monday in connection with
some changes which are being made
to the local storage plant.
Tom Bailey is indisposed this week
as the result of a cold.
On Saturday af'.'.'rnoon of next
week the ladies of the Union church
will hold a sale and tea in the church
building.
Mrs. Walton of Calgary was at
the Mark Creek store nil last week
holding a demonstration for tbo Cnr-
i.atum Jlilk Company. A large
number of the ladies frequented that
section of the store and attested the
merits of the Carnation product.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Marsden have taken
up residence in their new house, a
short distance south-east of the railway depot.
W. R, Ross, K.C. mode a professional visit to Cranbrook on Wednesday.
The Sunday school of the Union
church will meet next Sunday nt
11 a.m. instead of 2.30 p.m, This
change to the morning hour will likely continue all summer.
Mr-. (Dr.) Davis and children arrived here from Myrtle Point, Oregon, on Monday evening. Dr. Davis
returned to Kimberley the same
evening, nfter being away from
town for several days during which
time he was as far as Myrtle Point
where he went to accompany Mrs.
Davis and tlie children to this town.
At present they are guests at the
North Star hotel. The doctor is
having a residence erected nn Deer
Park avenue, near the Methodist
church.
Dominion Income Tax returns
ne to he in by the end of this month.
Solicitor Boss has already made out
Income tax returns for many Cranbrook and  Kimberley citizens.
F. A. Ogilvio, General Manager of
Home Assurance Co. of Canada, was
in town from Calgary on Wednesday
While here, Mr. Ogilvio established
a local agency for his company with
Mr. Gough in charge.
Mrs. Sadie Moir, formerly owner
of the Glen cnfe, is visiting in town
from  California.
John Wyllio, of Calgary and a
director of the Home Assurance Co.,
wns a business visitor in town on
Wednesday.
The "steel punchers" will be treated by the "iron burners" to n turkey
supper nt the Elite cafe on Easter
Sunday.
One of the most enjoyable social
evenings of the season was held al
the home of Mr. nnd Mrs A. Yager
on Monday evening of last week.
Four tables of progressive bridgje
were in play during the evening,
the recipients of prizes being the
following: Ladies' first. Mrs. W. ,1.
Cox; Ladies' consolation, Mrs. A. F.
Frederickson; Gentlemen's first, Mr.
H. J. Caldwell, and Gentlemen's consolation, Mr. S. G. Clark. Following
the cards a dainty lunch was served
by the hostess assisted hy Mrs. S.
G. (lark, while Mrs. Macdonald
favored with two vocal solos which
were much appreciated. Those pres-
nt were, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Clark,
Mr. ami Mrs. J. S. Staples. Mr. and
Mrs. ,1. L. Crowe, Mr. ami Mrs. A.
F. Fredriekson, Mr. and Mrs. II. .1.
Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Butler, Mrs.
Macdonald, and Mrs, W. ,1. Cox, and
Messrs. J. Jones, L. Piper, D. Foster,
E. Staples and B. Johnson.
On his way to Spokane, Mr. C.
Lewis, better known to his local
friends as "Stiffy," slopped in Wycliffe for a few days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Staples; Mrs. Lewis
and baby daughter have heen visiting
with her mother, Mrs. Staples, for
the past week.
D. D. Cook, inspector of the W.P.
M.A. grades bureau was in Wycliffe
in connection with the business of
his department on Tuesday of last
week.
Mrs. W. B. Fulton nnd baby son,
left for Spokane on Wednesday last
where they will visit Mrs. Fulton's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wolfe.
Mr. W. Sherwood, nephew of Mrs.
A. Staples, nrrived in Wycliffe on
Friday last from Oldham, England,
and is staying nt the home o£ his
aunt.
A few more signs of spring maybe,
the roads aro drying, and the robins
and bluebirds are with us again, and
last Fridays visitors included Doc.
Huffman and Percy Adlard of Crnnbrook, who stepped in to say "hello,"
on general principles. By the way,
we noticed the '25 edition of Spald-
ings Bnseball Rules, peeping out of
Doc's, pocket, but being in the
enemy's camp, he wasn't giving anything away.
Mr. V. Anderson was joined by
Mrs. Anderson nnd children on Thursday last, they will mako their home
in Wycliffe.
An unfortunate mishap occurcd on
Sunday afternoon when Everett Staples was injured by a horse he was
riding. It seems that the bronch
wns of the tricky calibre, and was
not completely broken for riding;
Ev. can keep in the leather without
being anchored or tied on at any
time be it said, aud a bucking cayuse
is neither novel nor difficult to him,
but this particular bunch of horseflesh was not content to do the usual
thing, but tried a trick or two that
aren't in the book, after sunfishing
for a few hops, ho pulled a stunt that
has been the undoing of the best of
riders, rearing over backwards and
rolling on tho man in the saddle.
Ev. took the half ton or so of horse
on his hip, and suffered some severe
bruises as a result, while it is not
thought that any bones are broken,
he is at present in the hospital for a
thorough examination of his injuries.
We are pleased to note thnt Roy
Barrows, whose injured foot has kept
him in the ranks of tho crutch for
several weeks, has now graduated to
the stick as a means of support nnd
locomotion.
Blnme this one on Loyd Crowe!
There was a bright young radio fan
Who is mourned by nil his relations
He lit his cigar in a powder factory
And was picked ity twenty one stations!"
Mr. Ogilvie of Cnlgary, manager
thr   Mo
e   of   tin
ie  Assurance Co.  of that
panied by Mr. A Wylis,
agents of the company,
ycliffo   "ii    Monday   on
connection with this well
nidation.
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL
MARCH EXAMINATION  REPORT
DIVISION I.
Grade Ilia.—Lily White, Bernard
Pelkey, Jack Reynolds, Mary Cameron. Edward Walsh, Edward Looney. Rosie Blefare, Albert Russell,
Sam McDonald, Julia Mohs, Jolanda
Magro, Ronnie Coleman, Ina Poho,
Annie Berkin, Harry Solicki, Joe
Welch, Margaret Cassels.
Absent for examinations: Harold
Curie.
Grade HIb.—James Haley, Sevilla
Rosevear, Eileen Puntling, Edwin
Berrington, Billy McNeil, Paul Solecki, Nina Gordon, Freddie Shaw.
Grade Ha. — Catherine Rosling,
Gertie Dalziel, Ellen Saunders, Connie Worthington, Agnes Moore, Philip Rombough, Tiny Sullivan, Walter
Cox, Marguerite Pelkey, Steve Yadernuk, Rose Yadernuk.
Percentage of attendance, 93.8.
ELINOR H. CURLEY
DIVISION II.
Grade lib.—Muriel Miller, Frances
Looney, Tom Barrett, Betty Berkin,
Joyce Bond, Stanley Saunders, Cn-
milla Romano, Herbert Berrington,
Gerald Keegan, Velda Coleman, Eddie Wood, George Strood, Margaret
Russell.
Grade la.—Irene Curie, Franklin
Eley, Buddie Brnhmer, Alex Blefare,
Milton Solecki, Stove Chiphik, Jimmy Shaw, Malcolm Sanderson, Maurice Haley, Frankie Romano, Billie
Yadernuk,
Grade Ib.—Bruce Cameron, Esther Paulsen, Gerald Walsh, Madeline
Romano, Freddie Gooderham, Mike
Tito, Alex Larsen, Jackie Berrington,
Betty Dalziol, Nelson Barnhardt,
Peter Polio, John Yadernuk.
Percentage of attendance. 92.5.
M. J. RICE
FARHWHLLS BY PASTOR
{Continued from Page 1)
rifice that he had come here to seek
employment. It wns men such as his
father tliat hi- would like to refer
Mr. Scarlett to as examples of the
real things that Scotland stood for.
With a touch of pathos he told how
when he was writing his lnst examination word came of his father's
death, thus depriving him of one of
the ambitions of his life. In entering the ministry in Cunada he felt
that it offered greater opportunity
than that of the old country and that
here ihr petty squabbllngs would he
absent, and that here it was possible      An interesting howling game w
t.. "got out and da something."    AUlpulled off lasl Thursday evening at
should realize tin* importance of ac- the   Y.   M.   C.   A.,
knowledging what has heen done for challenge, recent!;
them by others and that  when trials .a  "Y" i-.no  wa
and  stiff  places  none  we  can   look world,    A team ..
back on those win. have suffered and up   Hnir   chnllene
endured for us.    Heaven, lie claimed,   no
could be a reality if we allowed our
feet  to  be guided  into  the  way of
Following   the   sermon,   the   choir
rendered   another   pleasing   nnthem,
Th
ing
again." and thc benediction by th
pastor.
Cily   Bowler.  Boat   "Y"  Tr»n
ponse to a
wn ort that
iu meet the
uf ■ ity bowlers took
nge, and look their
it <■ game series, win-
nfi i table margin of
Ired The city team
Jn . Martin. M. Dal-
G. Sinclair and Bob
V men were V.
Ir
iboul   two   In
■>*as made up
as. V. Brigs
Finlay, whili
■■uuiv-u     hiiuvhvi      r""''"'s       .nil in.i,    i i M in,. ,    min-     iiu t        mi ii    uric    v.
ie service concluded with tlie Blng- Woodman,  J.   M.   Clark,   Dr.   W.   A.
g of "God be with you till we meet i Fergie, G. Simpson and I. Mcyaugh-
W. J. Li
>'augh-
* the game.
f, M. Pirie, representative of the j     ^jl|ijij'ii|||i(f|i
lada Metal  Co.,  was  a  vWtor to] ffijfjjiiv^^
city and  district  this week on | |  IJSjSP^
...j of his business visits, imluding j il Jjil'jpt.-      *WQ
the Herald office in his itinerary. b wW ^ "a. -..".
— '^pSk &?"Jr
Much interest was taken locally in '
the  Victoria-Canadian   championship
hockey game at the capital city on
Monday evening, which the westerners  took  with  an   easy  margin  of
(5 to   1.    The win  makes them  the
holders of the Stanley cup for the
year.
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It is gratifying to note that young
Ernest Foster, son of Mr. arid Mrs.
Jas. Foster, who has beon vory ill
with appendicitis, is making such
rapid progress towards recovery in
thc  St.  Kugene hospital.
Mrs. N. Choquette and little son
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. Bourgeois, Mrs. Choquette's parents-, for
u week or Iwo.
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Thursday, April 2nd, 1925
THE UNITED CHURCH
(In The Methodist Church Building)
REV. B. C. FREEMAN       -       - Pastor
The Unnionist Presbyterians end Methodists will worship together,
The united choirs will leud the singing nl tho evening service,  I
Rev. K. IV. Mat-Kay will take part iii both lhe  -ning and evening
services, and will speak at Lumberton In the afternoon. Tho uniting
Presbyterian Sunday School will assemble at 12.15 in the auditorium
of the church, classes taking their places with their teachers thai arrangements may be the more readily carried onl for the necessary
amalgamation of the various classes ,.1' the two schools, Contributions to missions through duplex envelopes of uniting Presbyterians
will be taken rare of by Mr. tl. D. Carlyle and regularly forwarded
lo the Presbyterian .Missionary Treasurer nl Toronto.
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SUNDAY, APRIL 5tll
ll  n.m. "Conversion   of  n
Rcligipiis Sinner."
7 p.m. "The  Conversion of
.-in Oiik.-isl Sinner."
II noon, Siiiul.-iy Scliool and
Itihle Classes
Y01I   AUK   (Oltlil.M.I.V
1NVITKII.
A ROMANCE OF THE SPANISH   MAIN
By  RAFAEL SABATIN1
Copyrighted, 11122, by Rafael Sabatini
.VA^s■v^v.v.■^lV.v.^^■^^v.v.^v.v.v.v.v.v.v.^,,.■.svAV•AW^■
"CAPTAIN BLOOD," i, Vltagrapli picliire   witli   J.   Warren   Kerrigan   in
tlie title role, is .in adaptation ..1   tli in  ll.iilluii;  novel.
SYNOPSIS. "Do  you  lliinl.  it's  to  hem-fit bis
  I health   we're   taking  hira?    There's
young Irish pby- gallows being planted along tlte road
i   ti|i   residenco  in rroot   -.Yi-sii.ii   to   Bridgewntor,   and
■i-   years  spent   In ho'll servo for one of them as well
eontinont.   Chance na  another.    Col. I   Klrko'll   lt-ani
a  youth gi'aduat- these noi inforaiing oafs something
College, Dublin, to they'll nol toi-gel in generations."
win
lit
Petov Blood,
Blclnn, has Ink
Brld^owaler, a
the wars oil Hi
had Benl him
Ing l'i-.,in Trinii
hike service wllh Lho D
wore iln-it nl war with l*v
had a predilection for iln- seo and
served ondor lho famous do Ruylor,
Tho forces of lho Dulto ot Monmouth bad como I" bntllo at Ogle-
thovpe's l-'ann. Blood know of tho
imponding ongngomonl between the
rebels and tin- roynllsts but la* hnd
romainctl Indilfercnt, although lu- bad
soon lhe gathering of the foolish
peasantry. He wonl early t.i boil
and slept, through tho rumbles of
cannon. At dawn lie was awakened
by Jeremiah Pill, a young shipmaster,
win. summoned hint In go tn tile aid
of Lord Glldoy, a follower of Monmouth, who bad been wouildctl and
bad taken shelter in tin- homo of
a yeoman, Baynes. Blnoil dresses
ami, providing himself with a kit of
surgeon's instruments, mounts behind Pill and rides to Ihe house of
Haynes. Peter Blood had set out
upon  bis Odyssey
CHAPTER 11
KIRKE'S DRAGOONS
Oglethorpe's  farm stood a mile
or so t.i the south of Brldgcwatcr on
lhe rigid bank of Ihe river.   On the
"You're   hunt
i    Faith,  tin
We're in Tl
is, where yolll
<n without
mistaken 1
nfter all, il
onl belongs.
Tlie Captain considered him witii
a kindling eye nml Bulilior recognized
soldier.
"Who lho bell may you bo?" ho
exploded.
"My name is Blood, sir—Peter
HI I, at your sorvlco."
"Aye-aye! ('.also! That's life
name. Vou were ia French service
once, were you nol ? Five years ago,
or moro, ynu were in Tangiers."
"That is so, 1 knew your colonel."
"Faith, you may be renewing the
acquaintance." The Captain laughed unpleasantly. "What brings you
here sir?"
"This wounded gontlomnn. I wns
retched to alteml to him. 1 am a
medicus."
"A doctor-—you?" Scorn of that
lie—as lie conceived it—rang in tlio
heavy, hectoring voice. Mr. Blood's
smile annoyed him.
"1 am a physician practising my
calling in tbe town of Bridgewater.
"Which you reached liy way of
Lyme Regis in tlie following nf your
queen.
Both the Captain and ids prisoner
gasped. Hal whereas thereafter
young Pill discreetly hold bis peace,
the Captain rapped out a nasty oath.
Fetch him along to Bridgewater.
And make fasl that fellow also," he
poinled to Haynes. "We'll show
him what it moans to harbour and
comfort rebels. Ami take this fellow with yon." He poinled to Mr.
Blood. "Faith il will suit me very
well," Bold I..*. "For Brldgowator is
my destination."
Yoar  destination   thero  will   he
the gSol."
Ah,  hnhl   Yo'ro surely  jolting!"
There's a gallows for you if you
prefer it.     it's merely a question  of
now or Inter."
Hml.-   lunula   seized   Sir.   Blond.
Pinning him tu the gro I, they lied
his   wrisls   behind   his   back,   then
roughly pulled him lo liis feel again.
The soldiers I railed out  by Ha- door
leading to ihe Interior.   Mr.  Blood
was Hun i by  his guards Into  the
courtyard,   whero   I'in   ami   Haynes
Ireaily waited.    There were sounds
f  I'Ondit.g  limbers,  Ihe shouts  and
laughter of brutal man; flnnlly abov
II other sonoils came the piercing
creams nf a woman iu aculcsl agony
(Continued in our nexl issue).
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SANDY    ORENUIK, I'rop.
THE ARREST OF PETER  BLOOD
irldgo, as they hnd Iieen riding out bastard Duke."
.1' Bridgewater, they had met a van-i    It was Mr. Blood's torn to sneer.
GOODS
THAT
MERIT
PATRONAGE
Mrs.   M.  .1
IV.
BlP
ma,
t-MWMli;.
*. miijb^
Tiirlon. of New
n a lelter dated
125, says she lias
II B.C. goods for
 ha.   Price she
coses lower; qua
January 31,
I...111*1.1 Made
Ho* posl two
finds iu man*.
lily exceptionally good.
Mrs. Tin-ton touches upon n
vital point. The B.C, Products
Bureau is behind tin- goods lhal
have prlco ami merll ont! pal
rnlinge of the people Is asked
only for Ihe bet I.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head   Office—Vancouver
Fartorira  at   Abbolsford  and  l.iulner
guard of fugitives from tho field
nf bottle; hoarse voices cried a warning Dial merciless pursuit was not
far behind., But as Pitt's direction
was a southward one, bringing
"If your wit were as big as your
voice, my dear, it's the great man
you'd l>e hy this. Ye'll lie rememt
ing, Captain, that Lord Glldoy will
hnvo friends ami relatives on th-
ever nearer to Pevorshnin's hendquar- Tory side, who'll have something ti
tors, they were presently clear of say lo Colonel Kirke if his lordship
that human flotsam and Jetsam of!should he handled like 21 common
the battle. felon.      You'll   go   warily.   Captain,
In   the   spacious,   stoiie-flnggod
hall, iln- doctor found Lord Glldoy
stretched on a cane day-bed in care
of Mis. Haynes and her comely
daughter.
Air. Blood knelt to his task, lie
was still intent upon il a half-hour
Inter when ihe dragoons Invaded the
halter   for
saving   thi:
or, as I've said, i
your neck ye'll I
morning."
Captain llohart Bwopt tlie warning ashje with a bluster of contempt, bul he acted upon it none
the less. "Take up the day-lied,"
said   he,  "and  convoy  him  cot  that
homestead.       His    lordship,   showed   to   Bridgewater,    Lodge  him   in   tin
onsiderable  alarm,   and   Ihe  battle-  gaol until I take orders about him."
As liis lordship was carried out,
Ihe   Captain   became   brisk.      Mr.
Blood  saw  no  profit  to  himself
lingering.
stained Jeremy Pitt sped lo cover iu
a clothes-press, Haynes was uneasy,
and his wife and daughter trembled.
"Why, what's to fear?" Mr. Blood
reassured them. "It's a Christian
Country) Ibis, and Christian men do
liol make war upon the Wounded,
nor upon I hose wlio harbour them."
Aud (hen thoy came rattling and
clanking into ihe si one-flagged hall
- a   round  dozen   jack hooted,  lob-
sler-coated  troopers of the Tangiers
Regiment,  led   by  a  sturdy, black-
browed fellow Willi a deal of Bold
lace about lhe breasl of his coal.
The Captain stamped forward lo (today bed, and scowled down upon lhe
grey faced   sufferer.
"A damned rebel and that's enough for me.   (hit wiih him my lads."
Mr.   Blood gol   between  (lie dny
bed   and   Ihe   troopers.
"In the n:u f humanity, sir!"
snld ho, on a note of anger. "This
U Kngluud, nol Tangiers. lie may
nol In- moved without peril lo hti
life."
"Hy your leave,  it's a very good
day I'll he wishing you," said he.
"Hy   my   have,   you'll   remain
awhile," the Captain ordered him.
Mr.  Blnoil shrugged, and sat clown.
The Captain opened the press,
took Ihe huddled inmate by the collar of his doublet, and tugged him
old   into   the   open.
"And who the devil's this?"
ipioth   be.    "Another  nobleman?"
Mr.   HI I   had   a   vision   nf   those
gallows of which Captain llohart had
spoken. On the spot he invented
md only a title bid a whole family
for  lhe  young  rebel.
"Fnllll,    ye've    .said    il,    C'aplaill.
This   is   Viscount   Pill,   first  cousin
to Sir Thomas Vernon, who's married to  thai  .'Out   Aloll  Kirke, sister
your own colonel, and sometime
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^Windermere;!
\ NOTES ji
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., March 2S.—Fred
I,. Archer of Windermere, is away to
Vancouver on n business trip.
Tlie engagement of Miss Winnifred
Sinclair, to Rev. V, B. Atkinson, vicar of this parish, has just been announced.
GIRLS! HAIR GROWS
THICK AND BEAUTIFUL
3.1c "Danderine" Dues Wonder!
for I.id-less. Neglected Hair
CONTRACTORS NOW AT
WORK ON MISSING LINKS
ON ALL-RED ROUTE
Both   contractors
Canyon highway havo
tho   big   drive   to     pi
through from the con
in tlije Fraser
begun work on
fill the road
it lo tlie inter-
A gloomy mass
of luxuriant hair
full of gloss, lustre and life, quickly follows a
'genuine toning
up of neglected
scalps with dependable "Danderine."
Falling hair, itching scalp nnd the
dandruff is corrected immediately.
Thin, dry, wispy or fading hair is
quickly invigorated, taking on new
strength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderine is delightful on the hair;
a refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
sticky or greasy 1   Any drugstore.
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* ed liy Cooks wlm liinnv how
* — and served to you in an
Jf appetizing and appealing
¥ way is what yuu get when
•jj you 1 li ue- wiili us.     Pronipl
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ior in tlie present senson.
The A. 11. Palmer Co., which lias
the work from the crossing al Simx-
zinn northward, already inis lllll men
at work in two camps ini.l is ostah-
llshing a third one farther north to
wliich ".tl men will he sent this week.
Tierney ttiSnns nlsn have camps at
Yale ami Saddle Rock respectively
wliere about 7-"i men hegan work this
week, A third camp i:- I., lie osinli-
llshed liy Tierney A- Sons this week
it Spuzzimi an I by ilie firsl ..f nextl
1 ni.Ill this firm will have 1*11111 men on !
ho job, according I" \V. 1'. Tierney. j
The A. II. I'almcr Company's first j
...np i.--. :.. Chapman's Siding mi the]
'. X.  I!, jusi  beyond Sptizzum tlio
.i. i.l i.. al Mile in nnd the third one
. .„ I*e .-il..,ol I'm- miles tarther oast.
Colli contrnrtors aim cod thoir
.iten.ii n of rui iiiiii: Hu- work with
.il speod in tinier lo carry out tlie
tibiie ivorkr.' department programme
if i pleting 7. * i-'b lliis season so
lial . n. can drive from Vancouver to
;ny pari nf lhe interior nexl summer.
"Clean Up" is a good motto, hul
'Stay tie: I  I'p" is a bolter one.
Canadian
Cafe & Rooms
STRICTLY  CLEAN,
SANITARY COOKING
IS OUR MOTTO
Comfortable Rooms
First Class Cafe Service
PHONE 98
CHANBROOK - B.C.
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Clean Child's Bowels
"California  Fig Syrup" is
Dependable Laxative for
Sick Children
$MSbi
Children  Love Its
Pleasant Taste
If your Hill  is uiil-nf-sorts,
won't pliiy, seems sick, lunguid, not
natural -aiispecl lhc bowels! A ton-
spoonful o£ delicious "Cnlifomta Pig
Syrup" given any linn-, BWOGlOlM tllO
Htomacli ami soon moves tlio sum- fer-
incnlflttons, itnsos, poisons and hull-
ffostible mallei' riffhl mil nf tho bow-
ls, ami yi.n hnvo a well, piny fill
chilil agnln,
Millions of motliein depend upon
this gentlo, harmless laxative. It
never cramps or over ads. Contnina
o narcotics or soothing drugs. Sny
California" tn ynur druggist anil
avoid counterfeit*. Insist upon gon-
uine "Cnllfornln Fijv Syrup" which
lias (tired ions fm- Lmbto* ami children
l>ATRONIZI; THE
ROYAL CAFE
Opp. McCreery Bros.
Where they employ only
white  help, and  where  the
milking is done by a lady
Tlie Service will Please You
— THY THR ROYAL —
Mrs.  M.  ROWE
Proprielrtis
General Change
in
Train Service
Effective Sunday, January 11, i925
Times for Trains at Crnnbrook will
be:
Westbound; No. 67.
Arrives  12.05 p.m. daily;  Lenven
12.15 p.m. daily.
F.&slboundf No, 65
Arrives 4.10 p.m. daily;    Leaves
4.20 p.m. daily.
CRANBROOK - KIMBERLEY
No. S23 Leaves 7.05 a.m. Daily ex-
Sunday. No. 824 Arrives l.io p.m.
CRANBROOK - Lit. WINDERMERE
No. 822 Arrives 3.30 p.m. Wednesday *%. Saturday. No. 821 Leaves 9.00
a.m. Monday and Thursday.
(Pacific Standard Time)
Tor further particulars apply tn nny
ticket, agent.
J. E. PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agent
47-50 Calgary
Sainsbury & Ryan
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Katlrantee OlT«n and Work
Gnamnt-Md
Ttlepkoiei IM and IN
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5      (all. QUONO   CHONti
Sj    Opposite W. I). Hill's Store
§   11     ARMSTRONG    AVENUE
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Geo. R. Leask
PI0NEEV RUIlllIB
A.M)   CO.N'TRACTOB
('•blnrt Work.   Picton Fnmlm
Estimates glren on
•11 elaaa-u ot vork
Office: Comer Norborj Amu
•nl Edwards Street
ULEANINO — PRBSSINO
- REPAIRINO —.
Vou mil Slake No Mistake
la  Ord-nring that
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OR OVKRCOA'I
— Wom —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
I'hone 410     ::    Phone 411
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
rilONK   10
WHY OPERATE?
fnr Appemticitis, Gallstones,
Staniacli and Liver Troubles,
when HEPATOLA duus tlio
w-irk without pain mul nu
risk uf your lifu nor Idas of
time.
Contiiliistiopiil^in.   NotHoMbydniKiitili.
Mrs. Geo. S. Almas
U0 Fourth A».6, l'i.**,..* till
SASKATOON
l-yi,*.- til Ml   I'm,,!,..,!-...■„ ■„,,„.
Bruce Robinson
Phone 295        Teaeber ol Msnle P.O. llox   782
STUDIO — ARMSTKONIi AVRNUH
Third House from I'resliyleiiaii Chureh
ROBIMSOII'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR Thursday, April Intl. 1925
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
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in dining nt n Restaurant whore
things are kept immaculate, the
service prompt mul the food ex-
eeptinnnlly tasty nml whole-
somu. Tlint'a why you'll enjoy
dining hero- Our ilnily monu
nlwnya in elude j many delightful dishes.
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Mildred M. Porter, R.N.,
Graduate Melrose Hospital
Boston
Open For Appointment
PHONG 224
Residence:   227   Fenwick   Ave.
Notice of Application for Beer
Licence
NOTICK is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 25th day of April,
10£5, the undersigned intends to apply to the Liquor Control Board of
the Province of British Columbia for
a licence in respect of premises lieing known as the Wasa Motel, situate nt Wasa, B.C., upon the lauds
known as tlie Hanson Estate, in the
Kootenay Land Registration District
in the Provlnco of British Columbia,
for the sale of beer hy the glass or
liy Ihe open bottle for consumption
on the premises.
Dated this 28rd day of March,
1025,
C. W. JOHNSON,
Applicant.
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ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED FOR D1ST. FORESTRY OFF. AT NELSON
Don't dread the springtime, good
wife; oven the Government believes
In an occasional housocleaning.
TRY THK
FUJI TEA  ROOMS
Van Horne Street
Ice    Cream,    Soft    Drinks,
Pruils, Confectionery,
Tobacco & Cigars
:> : Light Lunches Only :
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FRESH MILK 10c Quart
CALL —
LGODDERIS'   DAIRY
Rural   Telephone
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Apply the liniment every few
hours to throat and chest.
Gargle with Minard's in warm
water.
Splendid for Bronchitis
and Asthma*
Mount Baker
Hotel
30 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All with running water (Hot
and Cold) sonic with private
baths,   some   with   shower
haths
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class fireproof Hotel in the city.
The reorganization and amalgamation of the forest branch staff for
the three southern interior districts
is progressing it is announced from
Victoria, and the new staff will be
ready for business at Nelson by April
1st.
ll. C. St. Clair will be chief forester in charge at Nelson. Mr. St. Clair
is already well known in tlie Kootenays, where he hits spent several
years in the service of the C. P. R.
in their forests and woods department before joining the forest
branch.
Since joining the British Columbia
forest brnnch he has served as assistant district forester at Vancouver,
forester in charge of the management office and assistant chief forester. Miv Si. Clair will be assisted
by Captain E. A. Parlow and C. I).
Orchard,   lately   of   Cranbrook.
K. A. MacDonald, district forester
it Nelson, is being transferred to
Ihe Victoria office, where he will
become assistant in the forest pro-
ection office in place of T. H.
Wilkinson, resigned.
I.. S. Hope, assistant district forester at Nelson, is to be district
forester at Kamloops in place of E.
B. Prowd, who is also being transferred to tho head office at Vietorin
as assistant in forest management.
W. R. Plunierfelt is made supervisor at Cranbrook and is now in
charge of the local office. He has
been supervisor at Naniamo.
J. B. Conway, fire inspector nt
Nelson, will be promoted to the position of supervisor for that district,
while G. W. E. Holmgren, forest ranger at Grand Forks, is made supervisor  at  Penticton.
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Lift Off-No Pain!
Does'nt hurt one bit! Drop a lit
tie "Freezone" on an aching corn, in
stantly that corn -stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right off with fingers.
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the foot
callouses, without soreness or irritation.
Such Facts as These
Ate the Buyers Best Guide
Wherever you go the number of new
good Maxwells in the hands of contented
owners is a common si^ht. The car's popularity and success are beyond question,
for the facts that substantiate them are in
evidence everywhere.
What makes one car so oln-iously favored over all other! In ils field! Naturally
there musl be factors in its performance,
there musl be exceptional dependability
and economy, to commend it so heartily
to the buyer.
Let's see whal you (jet out of the new good
Maxwell. Three things alonelndlcatenow
far Maxwell-Chrysler engineers have
advanced  beyond ordinary conceptions
of four-cylinder results and they can be
found combined in no other four. They
arc: 58 miles an hour, 5 to 25 miles inSsec-
omls and 30 miles to a gallon of gasoline.
Then there arc, in addition, ridingquali-
ties you have never before experienced in
a car of this class. The car rides and drives
so easily and comfortably you can remain
at the wheel all day without fatigue.
Summed up, it is really a question of
values—superior values that only a great
organization with exceptional experience
and resources can create at the new good
Maxwell price. These superior values
can be quickly demonstrated If ynu will
give us the opportunity.
We ure pleased to extend the convenience of liiiu-liu-ym-fnls.   Allt mbout Max-
mil's iiiir.ii-iiii' plan. Ma.Ti-.rll clralcrl and superior Ma-H-ucII service everywhere.
WILSON SERVICE GARAGE
CRANBROOK
BRITISH COLUMBIA
°the New Good
MAXWELL
tags
Fernie   Sum Is   to   R«'-nri[ nnixc
Tbe executive committee of the
Fernie. Boy Scout Association, at n
special meeting held in the council
chamber last evening, decided to hold
the annual meeting of the Association tin Tuesday, April 7, when a
proposed reorganization of the troop
will be brought up for discussion. It
is* requested I hut members uf ihe
Association and all citizens interested in boys' work will make it a point
to be present at the annual meeting.—Fernie  Free  Press.
Quebec, Quebec.—Mineral production in the Province of Quebec
during 1924 amounted in value to
$]8,JH!),872, a decrease of nearly
three millions from 102S but a slight
increase over 1P22, according tn a
report issued by the Provincial Department of Mines, Copper ores,
zinc and lead ores, with the accompanying gold and silver showed a
marked revival during the past yenr.
■■> By Arthur Brisbane
RAILROADS AND SOMEDAY.
SEMI-FLYING MACHINE.
HEARING THE ATOM.
HER AFRICAN BLOOD.
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President Coolidgo will ask
lower railroad freight rates and
suggest that the roads can make
up the difference by practicing
economy.
That ia not the railroad idea,
however. President Coolidge will
find that railroad management and
railroad wishes are a department
of our Government, although not
listed as such in the Constitution.
The voters, when less prosperous times make thinking necessary, will decide to have a government running the railroads, instead of railroads running the government.
This is not said unkindly, or by
nn agent of bolshevism. The writer
has a few thousand shnres of railroad stocks, a few hundred thousands in railroad bonds. But it is
desirable for railroad men to realize that it is not going to be mid-
Summer for ever.
There is cold weather coming.
Admirers of the late Theodore
Roosevelt will be interested in the
statement, made by the authority
of the family, that a newcomer
from the mysterious realms of the
infinite i.; expected in the Long-
worth family.
Mrs. Longworth wns Miss Alice
Roosevelt.
Thos? who have read Galton's
Heredity know that the greatness
of the father is handed down
through the daughter, not through
the son. The new little Roosevelt-
Longworth may prove to be the
reincarnation of Theodore. J* will
be interesting to see how his little
teeth develop.
Monsieur Laur, eighV-fow
years old, has invented the aero
car. and the French government
will build a sample "aero line."
The car, 7 feet high, 7 feet wide
and 40 feet long, i:; suspended below a cable forty-two feet in the
•Ir, slung from poles far apart.
Each car carries 100 passenger*
and the apeed is fifty miles an
hour.
Most interesting of all, the car,
hanging below the steel cable, is
driven along as a flying machine
Is driven, A powerful propeller,
nine feet In diameter, worked by
elecric current taken from the
cable overhead, pushes the car.
With power enough, and a big
propellert the car might as easily
go 100 miles an hour as 50 miles.
Then "New York to Chicago above
the railroad, in 9 hours, for $9."
Dr. Mary Walker cared little
about fashion, but the latest news
from Paris would interest her.
The new "dress" is to be more
like trousers than dress, a sort of
slit skirt. Politics, athletics and
common sense will Anally do away
with the cumbersome skirt. That
impediment was all right in the
harem, where it was born. It's all
wrong on the public street, collecting germs, preventing free movement.
A lawsuit raising Interesting
questions is coming. A young man
named Rhinelander, whose people
for several generations have not
worked for a living and are, therefore, called "aristocrats," married
a young woman with negro blood.
Her people have always worked
hard; therefore she is no aristocrat The young man, annoyed by
publicity and by the Ku Klux
throwing stones through his window, now sues for annulment
of hla marriage, saying he was deceived as to his bride's race.. She
told htm nothing about the negre
hliwvl
if trie young woman in the case
fights, the question of har constitutional rights might be taken
to the United States Supreme
Court. New York State legalizes
marriages between Africans and
whites. The young woman in this
case Ib nearly white. A man in
New York could not get a divorce
on the ground that his wife had
deceived him about a British or
Celtic strain of blood. What will
the Supreme Court say about a
few drops of colored blood?
Atoms of iron, so small that yoo
wouldn't notice ten thousand of
them in the corner of your eye,
make a roaring noise as they rush
to a magnet held near them.
Scientists of the General Electric Company have perfected a device that makes the roaring Bound
audible. If that's possible, may
we not some day hear voices of
our distant relations on neighboring planets? It ian't iappoufeU.
Nothing  U  Impuadhb VimX mm
McLaughlin-Buick
1—FUbtr-ballt body.
8—Body uimLi die-fltamved
to th-u*
I—Wldtr   Coots,   rssy   «n>
ttaaw to roar mbU
4—TJaaptr upholstery
*—Wider,   deeper   body:
plenty of room for thr ea
tn roar aaa*.
6—Fina bod? Hum; no box-
lika corner* or umight-
Ir Jolnte
T—Pllbar   V. V.  one-pleco
ventilating windihleld
6—Duco finish
fl—Raar seat foot rest
10- -Attractive interior hardware
II—Domellaht
12—Silk roll ahade on rear
window
18—Rear vision mirror
11—Automatic  windshield
wiper
adds all these improvements to
Coach Design:
IG—HandlOtna  instrument
16—Tool pockvt in shroud
IT—CowlJlutiu
IB—Sun vi-wr with side wings
19—Nick ell ed rwhator
ZO-McUu-rfhllh-Hui-ck valve-
in-hcadtnitlne
21—Pressure awns lubrication; high pressure
chassis lubrication;
automatic lubrication
of driving parts
(2—Mcl.uughlin-Buiek sealed
chassis
29—Torque tube drive
24—McLaughlin-Buick   eaar
steering gear
25—Cantilever rear springs
26—Floating rear a-sle
27—Automatic carburetor;
heat controlled
SB—Dclco   slrgle-unlt   starting, lighting and ignition
Eft—McLaughlin-Buick
multiple disc clutch
•0—Four wheal brakes
tl—Low pressure tires
The
HANSON  GARAGE
Cranbrook, B. C.
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Fernie Hospital To Re-open
The citizens of Fernie will bo pleased to learn that the committee appointed hy the employees of the
C.N.P. Coal Co. to investigate the
hospital question and endeavor to
come to some arrangement whereby
the Fernie Hospital could be reopened, report that they have reached an agreement with the doctors,
which will result in the opening of
the hospital before very long, probably before Faster Sunday. While
we have ns yet not been informed
of the exact arrangements made, we
ire given to understand that they
arc such as will meet with thc hearty
approval of the public in general
and should receive their best support.—Fernie Free Press.
ing unusual power, quick acceleration and smooth performance and it
is, in short, a good looking and hand-
shield wiper, rear-vision mirror and
j other details that add to thc conven-
lienco and comfort of tho passengers."
„..-.     ,.i,t . ■   i  i    laomely appointed automobile.'
Ihe standard equipment includes,! •     < >
of  course,   four-wheel   brakes,   full The Ratcliffe   £   Stewart   Qarage
I balloon   tires   and   five   disc   wheels.! have just   taken  delivery   of  a   car-
Thc  car  is  powered   with  the  Nash j load of  Nash   closed   models,   which
perfected valve-in-hend motor, nssur- have attracted  much  attention.
Always  A   Good   Year
"The greatest baseball season ever
held," shout those who have boen
doping out the schedules for this
year. Well, so far as the average
American is concerned, we would
like to know just what season iu
baseball was not the "greatest ever!"
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1 TIRES BARGAJS TIRES
Why send to catalogue houses for your tires when you
can buy them for the same prices from us?
NASH INTRODUCES NEW
4-DOOR SEDAN ON THE
SPECIAL SIX CHASSIS
Ml x 3^ Tire and Tube fully guarantee
30x3^ Tire & Tube,cord,
32 n 4 Fabric, extra heavy,
33 x 4 Fabric, extra heavy
32 x 4 Cord, fully oversize
33 x 4 Curd, lullv oversize
Following the biggest sales and
production period in its history, Nash
Motors announces the introduction of
a new four-door sedan on the Nash
Special Six chassis, handsome in appearance and luxuriously appointed.
'The Special Six four-door sedan
was designed and built for that large
field of buyers who appreciate and
prefer everything in the way of appearance and luxury found usually
in cars of higher price and larger
size," says E. H. McCarty, general
sales manager of the Nash Motors
Company. "The new sedan embodies
all of this. Its wheel base is 112 Mt
inches, and it is one of the most
attractive cars in the Nash l'ne.
"The body is low and gracefully
moulded with full rounded lines at
the back; the doors are wide and
the seats are deep and restful, the
upholstery and trimmings being in I
dark blue mohair velvet and arm
rests are provided in the rear com-1
partment."
"In fact every detail of the fittings j
and appointments is in thorough
keeping with the good taste which
distinguishes Nash built enclosed
cars. The silver-finished hardware,
including door handles, window lifts
and dome light, are supplemented by
a handsome vanity case and smoking
set and other equipment includes a
heater, silken window curtains, wind-
for 3500 miles $ 9,45
" 4000 miles 10.95
" 5000 miles 13.70
" 5000 miles 16.45
"■ 7?(Xi miles 18.45
"   ^500 miles 19.45
All other sizes corresponding!; low in price
ALL WE ASK VOU, IS TO TREAT US THE SAME AS
YOU DO CATALOGUE HOUSES, BV PAYING CASH, &
WE WILL DUPLICATE CATALOGUE PRICES AT ANY
TIME, PLUS  EXPRESS CHARGES.
Gasoline, 45c per gallon; Oil, best grades, 50c per quart
Tire Pumps, $1.50 up; Jacks, heavy ratchet, $3.00 each
LujfKase Carriers, $3.00; Ford Tool Boxes, $3.25
Head Lights, (Ford) $6.00 per pair
Other Bargains Too Numerous To Mention
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
CRANBROOK, B.C.
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CRANBROOK'S NEW GARAGE
Wc solicit a share of your patronage when you have any car
repair work to be done.   It you appreciate the value of
having work done right—See Us
We Carry at All Times A Full Stock of
Tires, Tubes, Oil, Gas and Accessories
R.C.BREHMER
S.M.ZAHURSKY
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The Star Car i- tlte only car -a-llmi: under $2.1 »m, f.o.b,
Cranbrook. tluUjwu^n^ln^luUicatiim 1.. Main Cra-ik-halt
Bearings, Tiininj Hear- and Cylinder Wall-.
STAR*CARS
Practically all high priced car- arc lubricated in tbi-* manner, but the Star i-- the only low, or medium priced car. The
result is no bearing trouble, and man) thousands o( miles more
life to your motor. Ask a Star owner ii he evei bad a tearing
burnt out or taken up.
SALES and SERVICE For
NASH and STAR Cars and Trucks
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rhursday, April 2nd, I')2S
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j       BAGS and PURSES Make   Most Acceptable
j     EASTER GIFTS
UNDER.ARM BAGS — $2.75 to $10.50
STRAP HANDLE PURSES $1.75 to $3.00
KIDDIES BAGS    35c to SI.25
— THE GIFT SHOP— j,
A. EARLE LEIGH, JEWELLER   norbury avenue  |
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The Baptist Intermediate C.G.l.T.,
A   Sain  ot  Cookery,  Cnndy,   Woi-k
announce  "An   Evening in  China,"
nnd   Afternoon  Ten,  will  be-  licld  in
tn be lii-lil in llu- basement "1' the
the Parish  Hall, Thursday, April   16,
rlun*L-li on Tuesday evening, April 7.
from :t p ni   lo 6 p.m., lo which wc
at 8 p.m.   No admission will In- char
give you a most hearty invitation.
ged, but n collection will be taken.
C-7
Week-End SPECIAL
DAFFODILS
40c PER DOZEN
- The DAFFS This Week Will Be Larger Blooms -
Beattie-Noble Ltd.
THE REXALL STORE
DRUGGISTS                   STATIONERS
PHONE 11                                        PHONE 11
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Hospital
BALL
In Aid of St. Eugene Hospital
AUDITORIUM
CRANBROOK, B.C.
EASTER MONDAY
APRIL 13T"
1 Canvassers will call on you in the
course of the next few days
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To Cream Producers
On and after Monday, April 6lh, we
are in the market to buy cream, either
local or train shipments.' lop Prices.
CASH RETURNS
CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMITED
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I   LOCAL    I
J^LPPEMNG^
j     MARTIN BROS. PAY FOR ASH-
! ES. B2tf
Mrs. Anton left on Wednesday .on
a holiday to Spokane, She will roturn with Mr. Anion on Saturday.
Miss Hope V. Taylor left on lost
Thursday for Calgary, where sho will
visit with her cousin, Mrs. C, C.
Snowdon for two weeks.
Auditorium, Friday^ April 17th,
"Tho Plnygoers," and "Id (tn Parle
Prunenis." Don't miss this or you
will  be sorry. fill'
Dr. Wilson Herald, oyo, car nose
nml throat specialist, is spending a
few days in tin's city and Ktmborley
this week on a professional visit,
Hoys' First Longa; $20 to $:if) per
suit al E. A. Hill's Men's Furnisher,
Father Murphy? of St, Mary's
Church, was u Fernie visitor ovor the
week-end, taking tho services thoro
on Sunday. Father llartman of
Klmberloy supplied in his place hero.
We repair    Hot    Wator    Bottles,
Rubber Footwear, or anything made
of rubber.
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WKS.
42tf * Cranbrook
It. T. Tiffin is at present away at
Rochester, at tho well known Mayo
Bros, institution, getting specialist
advice for an ailment lie is seeking
to ward off.
Rev. Mr. Munroe, of Vancouver,
will occupy the pulpit in Knox Presbyterian Church next Sunday, April
5th, at lho usual hours.. Morning at
11; Sunday School at 12.15; Evening at 7.30.
A special meeting of the council
is to be held on Thursday evening nf
this week, when among other business to come up will be the appointment of a city foreman, in response
to the advertisements which have
been appearing in this city and elsewhere. On Friday evening the regular monthly meeting of the school
board is to be held.
A. ('. Bowness left the end of last
week on n business trip to Vancouvor.
The L O. 0. F. are being called
upon to celebrate the 100th anniversary of tbe institution of their order
on tbe 26th of this month, when the
members of Key City Lodge, ihe He
bekahs, and the Encampment wil
probably mark the occasion in the
customary way by attending church
service in a body on the Sunday cl
sest to that date.
LADIES—Do not fail to seo the
new sewing machine attachment—
the Braider Guide—at tlie Ftnk Mercantile Co. storo, all this week, fils
all machines, moderate in price.
Lorairio Knox appeared before
Stipendiary Magistrate John Cartmel
»n Monday morning at Nelson, on a
charge of vagrancy, and was fined
$20, or thirty days.    Sho paid the
fine. She was brought up on a
•hnrge of vagrancy at Cranbrook
last week, according lo information
received by the police here, and was
then allowed out on bail of §2ii, being bound over to appear again in a
certain time. She failed to do so,
and a warrant was issued for her
arrest. At the end of lost week she
was arrested in Trail by Constable
J. F. Johnston, of the provincial police and brought to Nelson, to appear
before Magistrate Cartmel yesterday
morning.    She pleaded guilty to the
barge and after spending the day
in the provincial jail, paid the fine
and was released. She was lho heroine of a recent episode on lbe Lumberton road one Sunday two or three
weeks ago.
Insure with Heale &. Elwell.
Jog Uyenmtsu, the genial proprietor of tho Canadian Cafe,, was taken to the hospital tbis week suffering
from a cold and threatened pneumonia. From lust reports it is gathered  that  he  is  improving nicely.
W. li. Flumerfelt, of Nnnaimo,
who arrived in the city last woek, to
take charge of the forestry office
hero, has taken up residence with
Mrs. Flumerfel! m the W. It. Gibbs
house on Martin \venue.
Auditorium,
•'rlclay,
April
17th,
"The Playgoers,'
nnd '
[ci On
>nrlo
Frnncais,"    Don
I   miss
this or
you
will bo sorry,
Otf
Contractors D
dgo &
Ik-I.om
nro
nl present busily
ellgagl
d in pr
ipar-
Ing a camp nl  Crow's Nest   Lake to
bouse in tho nelghborh 1 of fifty
men. This force will be employed for
aboul six weeks on rond work smith
of tbe lake, where a considerable
amount of roek work is lo be done
in widening nnd lowering Ihe grade
"ii this part uf llu- AH Rod Route.—
Coleman Journal.
In another pari of Ihis paper appears an ad l'er lbe Nelson Studio,
Tor colored photos. To really appreciate the hifrh class Work which Mr.
Nelson is turning out, one should
visit the studio or see the samples
of lhe color work in tbe show window. 'Considering tbo fact Lhat Mr.
Nelson has only taken up the work
for a comparatively short time, the
proficiency he has attained is really
wonderful. A visit to this well-
equipped studio is well worth while.
For tho latest and best in Men's
Furnishings, see E, A. IIill, Men's
Furnisher.
Georgo Anton, Theo Danes and
Mob Dallas lefl on Monday for Spokane, to take iu the match which is
.scheduled there for Thursday night
between Nick Bozinis and Cyclone
Thompson. The Spokesman Review
anticipates tbat it will be the best
match of the person in the west and
a largo crowd of spectators ti looked
for, The winner is to lake all. It
is understood that over $:t,000 is being wagered uu tiie match, about
$1,000 of which is that of Cranbrook
admirers of Bozinis.
Church union is lu
ed ou Sunday next i
ng consiimmat-
far as the as-
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THE RIBBON    i
BRACELET        J
4
The snug fit and neat ap- 1
pearnnce of these new rib- 4
bon bracelet watches appeal *
to those who like things just 1
right. <&>
For   Ladies'   Wntrhes *
T
niftier styles
tin
The:
than
Tbe move
dnble  ami
moderate.
'e are showing. T|>
ills are depoii- *•
ur  prices  most
$6.00 to $40.00
I W.H.Wilson |
II   CRANBROOK B.C. |1
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Thoro ii
lorgnnlzo
n movement on Cool lo
Uu- Fornlo Cricket Club.
It is ulso hoped Unit ii league may
he formed to include lhe towns nlong
the Crow line.
J. E. Morryfiold, Conservative organizer, wlm hns heen spending Home
lime in the district during tho past
week, returned to the city on Wednesday evening nfter a trip to For-
nio nnd other places, lie lences on
Thursday morning for Fort Steele
nnd the Windermere.
Buy n ticket on Brown's Bus Line.
$12.00 for ¥10.00; $5.00 for $4,60.
4
Patmoro Bros, "hnve installed n
display of sanitary fixtures nt their
store, which is attracting much attention. The beautiful white enamel
"Standard" fixtures, on the blue
and white linoleum laid floor, and
the spotless white Woodwork ns u
background is very pleasing to the
eye.    Bathroom,  kitchen niul other
fittings lire to he seen.
SPECIAL! *— Tungsten lamps, 10,
25, -10, 50 nnd CO waits; 25 c each,
at — W. F. DORAN'S.
Our Low Prices win every time
Messrs. dibits & Dalzlel have em-
senting portion of the Presbyterian i barked on n sprint;    time   rush of
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ALL  FOOTSTEPS
LEAD   TO
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congregation is concerned, and the
.Methodists., in Crnnbrook, when
the joint congregations are mooting
in the Methodist Church for the usual services. Other aspects rf the
Hunt ion aro being dealt with as
thoy arise, but no disposition of any
churchy-property can be made until
the prescribed steps laid down by
legislation on tho subject are taken.
In the east, one of the vexed questions in regard to church union hns
been closed in lhe disposition > f Knox
College, which is to he vested in the
Presbyterian body that will remain
outside lhc union, with access to the
library granted to both parties.
painting and decorating, both inter
ior and exterior, among thc work at
present on their hands being n new
coat of paint on the exterior of C.
W. Draper's residence at thc corner
of Burwell ami Louis. All the painters nnd decorators report a great'
ly improved condition of business
with (he advent of tbe spring weather during tbe past few days,
_      i
Buy a ticket on Brown's Bus Line,
$12.00 for $10.1)0; $6.00 for $4.50.
THEY'RE HERE NOW!
WHAT?
The New
NASH
ADVANCED SIX 1925 MODELS
The LAST WORD IN CLOSED CAR REFINEMENT
AND MECHANICAL EXCELLENCE
The Ariitocrat of Tlie Automobile World Al
A POPULAR PRICE
RATCLIFFE & STEWART
AGENTS - NASH & STAR CARS and TRUCKS
The Gyro club nre presenting the
Library committee., with 25 books,
one for ench of its members.
WANT ADS.
VOU SALE—Business lot on Baker
Street, close in, ideal location for
business stund. Good investment.
For sale at a snap. See Deale tt
Elwell, city Gtf
FOR SALE — 5 passenger touring
car, six cylinder, Nash, in good
condition, five good tires. Apply
to Beale & Elwell or Ratcliffe &
Stewart. 4tf
FOR SALE
FRESH MILK COWS
Choice of Seven
Two Twenty Quart Cows
— young —
Six Heifers Coming Fresh
all from High Grade
Milk Stock
One Yearling Thoroughbred Holstein Bull
C.  F.  BROWN
Box  703
CRANBROOK
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
FOR RELIABLE
Shoe Repairing
1 nk<- Your Shoe, to the
— O.K. SHOE SHOP-
Norbury Ave     -     Cranbrook
For Quality & Value in
Men's Dress & Work Shoes
SEE US   —   W. Nichol, Prop.
These are the days of overhauling, repairing and improving
homes and property.   And at such times all footsteps lead to a        '
hardware store.       In Cranbrook, the mecca is at this store, where
complete stocks have been assembled to supply your every need.
Delany (S£ Sinclair, Ltd.
BEALE&
ELWELL
REALTY LISTINGS
Do You Want To Build
A Home Of Your Own?
Here Are Some Ideal Home
Sites
SO x I.Ill Corner Lot, Dennis
Street.    Ihis is a A| *){*
splendid residen- tDluD
tial location
so x mo— Lot on Fenwlck
Ave., just south of Indian
Agency residence
Water and light
available
3 Lots 50 x 1.10 On Harold
Street, North Hnd Addition
near I'ollen residence. Each
Our  Titles  arc  Guaranteed
Easy Terms Accepted
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
$125
On Harold
id Addition
$125
Official    Thermometer    Rending.   At
Cranbrook
Mai.
 .12
March 25
March til!
March 27
March 2S
March 2!i
Match .'III
March .'11
49
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58
47
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CHRIST CH. SERVICES
FOR WEEK PRECEDING
EASTER SUNDAY
Following arc the services to he
held in Christ -Xhurch, Cranbrook,
cotncncclng next .Sunday, April 4th,
for the week preceding Kaster.
WOMAN — Wants work of any description by the hour or by the
month.   Apply nt Herald Office
FOR SALE—A 120 Egg Imperial Incubator, with Brooder complete,
like new. Price $20. D. Greenwood, Canal Flat, B.C. 2tf
FOR  SALE—«\  four room  modern
house, with sun  porch, two lots,
Cheap for cosh or will trade for
other  property,    P.O.   Box  433.
5-6
FOR  SALE —  Young    pigs.     J,
Hughw, Wycliffe, B.C. 5-7
SPRING CLEANING
Vmi will snon he in the thick of it.
If you huve some Furniture,
Etc., you hnve no further use
for,    or    wish to buy some,
more, or make un exchange,
GIVE ME A CALL —
I am always at your service,
WILLIAM THOMPSON
Phone 76       .       .       P. O, Boi 23S
Second Hand Dealers
Cranbrook
STRIP TICKETS
With nml Without Coupons
For (iiMUM'.-il
Admission Purposes
For Sale at
TIIE
CRANBROOK HERALD
OFFICE
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• Palm  Sunday:-
u.oo a.m.—Holy Communion,
11.00 a.m.—Maitins. Holy Coiumun.
2..'to   p.m.—Kootenay   Orchards,
7..'10 p.m.—Evensong.
Monday:* -
10.00 a.m., Holy Communion.
7.80 p.m., Evensong and Address.
Tuesday!*
lo.oo a.m., Holy Communion;
7..'10 p.m.,  Evonsong nnd Address.
Wednesday:-
lo.oo n.m., iiniy Communion
8.00 p.m., Prayer Circle Service.
Maundy   Thuridfly:-
lo.oo a.m., Holy Communion,
8.00 p.m, Wycliffe Baptismal
Service,
7.30 p.m., Wycliffe Evonsong.
Good Friday:-
11.00 n.m., Mattimt ami Ante
Cnmmiinion.
1.80 p.m., Service of the "Last Hour."
Saturday:-
Church Decorating, ;i lo fi p.m.
*   KNOX
Presbyterian
Church
SUNDAY, APR. 5
kev. Air. Munroe, of Vancouver will be the Minister,
Mnrniu^ Service 11 n.m,
Sunday Scliool at 12.15
Evening Service, 7.30
Vou Are Cordially Invited  '
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Private Sale
Household   Furniture
Etc.
Friday Afternoon & All
of Saturday
Dining Room and Bedroom
Suites, Kitchen Range
Heating Stove
Single and Double Beds and
Oiher Articles
Rev. E. W. MACKAY
Fenwlck   Avenue
NEW
Shoe Repair
SHOP
Now Open On
ARMSTRONO AVENUE
Next to W. I). Hill's
—(iivc Us n Trial—
VUEN KEE       .       Prop.
J. P. SCOTT
Crnnbrook DniK & Book Co.
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COTTAdE HOSPITAL
Maternity   A   Gr-nrriil   Nuriing
Terms  UodoratO
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Boys' KHAKI OVERALLS
$1.25 & $1.50
Boys' Khaki COVERALLS
$2.25
BOYS' TWEED  PANTS
$1.50; $2.25 UP
Boys' MOLESKIN PANTS
H to 12 years
$2.50 ,
NAVV PANTS
G to 8 yeurs
$1.25 & $1.50
C. EMSLIE
Armstrong Ave.
OENTS' FURNISHINOS
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
Airs. A.    CRAWFORD
Matron
(inrden Ate. Crmihronk B.C.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
Dr. LARGE
DENTIST
Begs to announce the
opening of his office in
The
C. P. R. TELEGRAPH
BUILDING
Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5
TELEPHONE 204

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