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 THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   26
CRANBROOK, B.C.. FETDAY, MAIHll  23,  1928
number   I
DISCUSS FORMATION
OF PARENT-TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION  HERE
Further Meeting Tuesday Next
To Consider Suggestion
To Organize
At Ihe suggestion of the Cranbrook
Teachers' Institute a meeting was
held on Monday afternoon at Ihe Central School for the purpose of discussing tho formation of a local Par-
ent-Teachora Association.
Mr. V. '1. Manning, public bcIiooI in-
Hpector, was preHcnt, nud gave an nil
dress uu the alius und objects of the
proposed association. Mr. Manning
explained that (he main objects were
to raiso the alundards of tho home
and of thu school, to co-operate with
the school In promoting thu welfare
of thu child, to study child problems
aud (o foster a high Ideal of true citizenship and patriotism.
From an intimate knowledge or the
Working of the associations at the
count iltles, he claimed that they
were proving very useful organizations there. One association had established lending and reference libraries, others provided musical equipment and apparatus for physical drill.
Tho Point Grey Association had erected a gymnasium. Another provided
milk to children suffering from malnutrition. Other lines taken up were
the provision of play grounds, prizes
for sports aud the fostering of sport
among the children.
Mr. Manning thought there might
be two associations In Cranbrook, one
for the High School and one for the
Public School, but the main thing to
remember was that only through cooperation could any association meet
with success. A live association
would result In a lot of good to the
community, but half-hearted ones
would be of little value.
Mr. Baker, the chairman of the
meeting, then asked for an open discussion on the subject.
Mr. W. C. Wilson said that he was
very much interested in the proposal,
and while he had never been actively
connected with such an organisation,
he had kept in touch with the results
from similar associations. He strongly favored the formation of one in
Cranbrook, but considered that with
separate associations for the High'
and Public Schools there might be a
danger of overlapping, He claimed
that the teacher could not work successfully without the co-operation of
the parents.
Miss DeCew felt that the question
of the desirability of an association
should be thoroughly considered before any attempt at organization wns
made. In many places there was a
spirit of antagonism between parents
and teachers, and if lt meant that the
Association would be the marketing
place cf all these grievances, little
good could be accomplished.
Rev. R V. Harrison thought that
much good could he accomplished
through the personal touch that would
he had between teacher and parent,
and Indirectly teacher and scholar
He suggested that as the meeting was
not as representative as It might be,
that un adjournment be made to permit of greater publicity.
Mr. P. tl. Morris thought that much
good could he accomplished by tho
proposed association, Al present
there wus loo great a gulf between
thn teacher and the parent, and If they
could he brought into closer contact
thu greater benefit woiihl bo seen in
thu education nf the child.
Mr. Manning lu response to n question of the association possibly usurping the powers of the School Board,
wait! that thin had not proven the CAM,
but in many cases It had got behind
thu Hoard mul helped It got results
that could not have been obtained
alone.
On motion of Messrs. Harrison nnd
Wilson the meeting was adjourned to
meet on Tuesday, thu 27th Instant, In
thu Parish Hall at 8 p.m.
Tho purpose of a Parent-Teacher
Association Is set out as following lu
•Onto Of the official literature:
1st BATTALION (54th C.E.F.)
KOOTENAY REGIMENT
RIFLE   ASSOCIATION
RECREATION CLUB
NOTES
Cranbrook to Have
Next Convention
Those who have already joined ihe,
above Association and others who de-. .
sire to join, will please apply to Maj-     A general meeting will be held on District Meeting ol' East Koot*
or H. B. Hicks for the purpose of Tuesday, April 3rd at 8 o'clock for, (.nay  Farmers' Institutes
signing the necessary forms.              | the purpose of discussing the invlta-j ||t,|,| „| lnvermere
Persons out of town who desire to]-Ion of The Banff Dunce Orchestra for( ,     —
join will greatly oblige  by  scndlngjiho Club to join with them In their( i!lV0rnRire,   B.C.,   March   20. —The] mer- Bc-
OBITUARY
ELEMA LOWERISON
i On Friday morning at 7.30 there
died at the St. Eugene Hospital Miss
; Elemn I.owerison, the daughter of Mr.
[and Mrs. Robert Lower ison of Athal-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
ENTERTAIN   FRIENDS
ON   MONDAY   NIGHT
AIMS
TEAM PIAT
To actively support and stimulate
their names.
Hunger ford  Pollen,
Lieut.-Col
H. Q. Hayson, manager of the McCarthy Itituch at lnvermere, was in
town on  Wednesday.
Mrs. W. 10. lluslam left thu end of
lust week for Duluth, where sho will
visit for a month or so with relatives,
Geo. Robinui'd of Canyon City stopped over lu Cranbrook ou his way to
Wurdnor, where he is taking a position as sawyer for tho Crow's Nest
Lumber Co.
A meeting of tha football club Is
to take place Saturday evening of this
week, at the 0. W. V. A., when all
football enthusiasts are urged to be
present to discuss plans for the coming season.
K. G. Montgomery returned on Sunday from a visit to California, where
he accompanied his wife and daughter, who expect to remain in the
south till the summer.
Two delegates from the Cranbrook
Rotary Club, Messrs F. Marsh and M.
A. Beale are leaving on Saturday's
train for Tacoma, to attend a conference of District No. 1 clubs. They
will go to Spokane and take the special Rotary train on to Tacoma.
Tbe Rookie 4 Orchestra were at Elko on Thursday evening of last week,
when a big dance was held in the
new Community Hall there. The
dance was reported to be a very enjoyable and enthusiastic affair, with
extra time called for,
The funeral took place on Friday
last at Creston, of Mrs. E. Grexton, of
Yahk, whose death took plase at Den-,
ver, Col., about two weeks ago. Mr. j
Qrexton and Mrs. Jessie Harrison ac-
companled the remains back to this
province for interment.
— P
A three piece Robinson orchestra
went to Yahk on Saturday night of
last week to play at the St. Patrick's
night dance there, in the hall. There
was a good crowd on hand, and everyone was sorry when the midnight
hour arrived for the break-up of the
dance.
dance on April 3rd.   The Banff Or-j following report of tlie Fanners' In-'    Tho deceased young lady was well
chestra have engaged tho Auditorium j atftules   0-   ^ast   Kootenay   District, known In Cranbrook, having been for
for that date and arc appearing herekQid   al   invermore  on   Wednesday,!aon,e time ft t,;:iL'Iier a< the St. Eugene
Thoy have offered to,Murctl 14< iMg. is full of interest.
There   wero  present   us  delegates
in any event
co-operate with the ('.B.C. and stage
their dance under the auspices of the
Recreation club. It is fell that a general meeting should be culled to discuss same.
Capt. J. Barnard, Baynes
Harrison, Brlsco; Angus
Cranbrook; Arthur Taylor
and A. G. Cuthbert, J, Sine
I Rnyson, It. (J. Hewmn of lnvermere
The Women's Class Is progressing] ^r. A. Taylor, the district represents-
tine under tho direction of Mrs.
lis.
Gentlemen will, others must remove
their hats while In the reading room.
D. 0. Thuinus. Income Tax Inspector, Is In the city.
J. N. Murphy, acting superintendent
of the Kootenny Central, was in Cranbrook on Wednesday.
As announced elsewhere, the Reb-
ekahs are repeating their highly successful entertainment of a short time
ago, on Tuesday evening next, at the
Auditorium. There will he a few-
changes In the program as presented
before, and another highly interesting evening Is promised.
The Western Grocers have been busy this week taking over the stock of
the WcBtern Canada Wholesale Co. at
this point, who are closing out here.
The Western Grocers management
have ;lso been active in staging the
big drive for next week whereby ev-
eryone Is to be living on Donalco
canned goods by tills time next week.
Lack of spare and time, owing to
pressure In the job department, along with interference by sickness,
Is responsible for several articles be-
Ing held out of this week's Herald,
and prevents due attention being paid
to some happenings of the week. Am*
nda will be made whore possible In
next week's issue, which will appear
on Thursday, owing to Friday being
a holiday.
A meeting of the District Baseball
League organization is to be held at
the Cranbrook Hotel pn Sunday afternoon next, March 25, when delegates from the basebHll centres In the
district are expected to bo present.
One of tho bfg questions to come up
will be the matter of dectdlug whether Cranbrook will play strictly amateur hall this season, instead of the
In tlie
The Provincial  Police  Department
on Thursday placarded  St. Joseph's | semi-professional brand
Creek warning the residents against j j)ast feW seasons.
using tho water nf tbe Creek, aa there i mm
is danger of typhoid fever.   One case     Tho Retail  Merchants' Associatioi
has already been   reported.    People jheld another meeting on Wednesday,
tho  question  ot  the  delinquent   accounts again  being considered.    The
aro advised not to use the creek water
for domestic purposes.
merchants have come to the breaking
The Musical Society have been ask-1 ,M)im 11S u wwe in Ule niatter of cred.
ed to furnish the music for the An- ftB aml UIlless some wll0 are jmieoted
uual Memorial Service to the Fallen mftke 9ime effor( to |MBen the[r *m.
Soldiers, wrlch will be held  in  the|btllty. drastic action will have lo be
Auditorium Sunday evening, April 8
The Musical Society therefore extends
an Invitation to all Instrumentalists
to join (hem on this occasion, and
those wishing to do so are asked to
hand In their names to the secretary,
Mr. 11. J. Collier.
Mr. L. Paulson of the Kootenay Garage, returned last week from Rochester, Minn., where he had taken his
mother. Mrs. Paulson, for examlna-
Mon at the Mayo Bros, clinic. While
is yet there Ib nothing definite ns regards tho result of the visit. Mr. Paulson remained in Rochester as it was
deemed advisable to wait for a period
of observation before reaching n decision in her case.
The little social affair held by the
I'ninhrook Musical Society In the Veterans' Hull on Thursday was much
enjoyed by those present. A musical
programme consisted of vocal solos
by Mrs. Harry Doris and Mr. A. B<
!ThC™ °n!Llmr^^ selections hy tho Band and
bodies  In every  effort  towards educational advancement and true welfare ot children.
HOME
1. To bring tho parent Into closer
personal touch with the teacher,
which makes for better understanding
and efficiency.
2. To promote tho study ot child
problems and duties of citizenship, so
thnt the standard of home and community may be raised.
3. To foster a friendly and helpful
community spirit between those living In the same neighborhood.
SCHOOL
To study the special needs of each
school, and by united effort secure all
facilities for enabling teachers and
pupils to do their best work—e.g., well
ventilated rooms, healthful sanitary
conditions, attractive gardens, sports
equipment, school libraries, reference
books, comfortable teachers' rooms,
beautiful pictures, pianos, and provision of milk for children. These are
all necessary and possible ot aitato-
Orchestra, and a saxophone solo by
Mr. K. T. Cooper, After tho serving
of refreshments, dancing was indulged 111 till 12.30.
The Women's Conservative Study
Club met on Wednesday evening at
(he home of Mrs. A. C. Bowness, when
a very Interesting meeting was held
Mr. N. A. Walllnger, M. L. A., was In
attendance, and gavo an address, and
several new members joined up. The
annual meeting ot the Club will be
held on April 18, at the Maple Hall,
at 8 p.m., when officers tor the coming year will be elected.
taken. For many reasons the merchants are loath to do this, but it has
become a matter of absolute necessity. Pay up nnd save embarrassment.
Tho curling season isn't over yet,
the Kootenay Orchard rink being still
In the running ror some games. On
Saturday evening Dnve Garnham's
"Egg Peddlers" again essayed t<
beat the Morrison rink, but could no
malic the grade. The Kootenny Or
chard rink was D. Garnham, skip
M. KcCrlndle, H. Ogden und .1. Gart-
llde, whllo the Morrison rink was P
M. Morrison, skip, Juo. Martin, F. W
Burgess and A. 0. Bowness.
Some of the local stockmen, members of the Slock Breeders Associa-
(lou, are wondering why no attemp
has apparently been made to call 0
meeting of the association. Accord'
Ing to tho constitution, the annua
meeting should take place on the
first Thursday In December, but thi
meeting wsb not held last year. It
is felt that If Ihe association Is to be
kept alive (o perform Its useful work
so essential to tho development of
this district, that some effort should
be made to hold a meeting of the as
sociatlon without any further delay.
At the Police Court on Monday last,
before Justice of the Peace T. M.
Roberts, Joe Pattinson appeared In
answer to a charge of interfering
with the Impounding of horses, when
being brought to the pound. Accused
pled guilty. The Chief of Police, prosecuting, stated thnt he did not wish
to press the charge, hut that he would
endeavor to make it uncomfortable
for anyone appearing ou a charge of
tills nature In the future. Every citizen has a lawful right in Impounding animals at large, causing annoy-
nuco or destruction to properly. This
being (he first offence of this nature
appearing before the Court, accused
ment by an Interested and active Parent-Teacher Association.
The essential factor In all true progress and well considered reform Is
an Intelligent organized public opinion, and a Parent - Teacher Association In every school district—with every parent an Interested and working	
^ number-li the beat means to such was reprimanded and ordered to pay1
live, took the chair, and called the
meeting to order. Mr. H. li. Newton
acted us secretary to the meeting.
The minutes of the last annual
meeting at Crnnbrook were read. After a lengthy discussion as to what
action had been taken re. the various
resolutions, It wus decided that some
action had taken place iu regard to
Resolutions 1, 5, aud 10.
Mr. Arthur Taylor, the district
member of the Advisory Hoard, submitted a report of the past year's
work. This was followed by discussion, the opinion being general that
very little attention hud been given
hy the Provincial Government to the
requests and demands of the Advisory
Board.   The report was adopted.
The Convention then received and
fully discussed resolutions, which
were passed, and are being sent for
ward to the Advisory Board at Vic
torla, as follows:
1. That a review bo made of the
stock brands already in use iu the
district with a view to eliminating
those which closely resemble one
another, and that this phase of the
question he more fully recognized in
granting brands; further that it be
made Illegal to brand without regis-,
terlng.
2. That whereas the potato hug has
become established in certain areas
In East Kootenay, ami that as ut present handled the control seeiiiB to be
vested in the Horticultural Branch,
who are not as vitally interested In
tho matter (especially in East Kootenay, not having a representative
here) as the Soil und Crop Branch,
In the person of the Potato Specialist,
we request that this campaign be
placed in the hands ot the Soil and
Crop Branch, and that poison be supplied to the District Agriculturist at
Cranbrook, who is familiar with the
potato growers and can Issue Instructions as to the use uf the poison; and
further that failure on the part of the
growers to act be severely penalized.
3. That whereas large quantities of
hay are shipped Into East Kootenay
from the prairie provinces every year,
and that much loss is sustained by
buyers through lack of standard
grades to which shipments must conform; and whereas hay ordered Is often needed so badly that although lt
falls below the grade ordered buyers
are forced (o accept the car, and on
omplnlnt are unable to get redress
except through a law suit; therefore
wo request that tills matter be brought
to the ..Mention ut' the Federal .Minister of Agriculture, and such action
taken as will make the buying of fodder in car lots a safe proposition.
4. That whereas the open range In
East Kootenay district is Infested in
certain localities with bunds of worth
less scrub horses; and whereas in the
Immediate vicinity of such towns as
Cranbrook old broken down animals
are peddled off to boys who turn them
on the range; and whereas the owners In most cases contribute nothing
the revenues of the range; and
whereas these animals constitute a
nuisance to the breeders of good
stock, and consume much good grazing; therefore we request the Range
Authorities to take such action ns will
rid the district of horse* of this
class.
G, That whereas there are on the
open range dangerous water holes
and abandoned wells which cause
considerable loss of range stock; and
whereas the officers of the Forest
Branch stnte (hey will gladly safeguard by fencing such ns are on
Crown Lands, hut nre not in u position to enter on privately owned
lands for this purpose; therefore we
request that the Range Authorities be
empowered to handle this matter
themselves, or to compel action by
the owners of such lands at the expense of those owners.
6. That whereas we are given to
understand that the payment of
bounty on ground squirrels is likely
to be discontinued; and whereas much
good has been accomplished by one
year's efforts; wo request the continuance of the bounty, because wo feci
sure that only by such continuance
can complete benefit he secured.
7. That In the opinion of (he members of this District, financial aid
should be given to veterinary surgeons practising In sparsely settled
or outlying districts; and that the
veterinary surgoons on their part
should be required to perform tubercular teats free, and such similar
work w 1* sow carried on by Um
.Mission. About a week ugo (yphold
was contracted, and she was taken to
Luke; S ' 'he St. Eugene Hospital, it was
L May,'thought that she had passed the crl*
Wilmer;! sfs on Thursday evening, but she took
itlr, H. C.'a bud turn this morning, passing
j away very suddenly.
The deceased young lady has been
teaching nt the Mission since last
September, wus born at Athalmer UL!
years ago, where her parents still reside. The bereaved father and mother aro expected to arrive to-morrow.
With them there are left to mourn her
less three sisters, Mrs. Luther Chase
of Bull River, Mrs. Ivor and Mrs.
Walsh of Athalmer.
It Is expected that interment will
take place at Athalmer.
A. A. MacKinnon visited Nelson
and other West Kootenay points this
week in connection with the work of
the Masonic Chapters, Royal Arch
Masons.
J. J. Warren of Trull, passed
through the city this week on his way
.o Calgary and other points. Ho waB
accompanied here by S. O. Blaylock
who went up to Kimberley u> visit
'he Sullivan Mine and the new mill.
Born. — At the St. Eugene Hospital, on Wednesday, March 21st, to Mr.
md Mrs. Ernest Bidder, of Marysvllle
a son.
Miss M. Foster and mother of Hill-
crest, arrived In Cranbrook on Saturday last, Mrs. Foster remaining
here to undergo au operation at the
St. Eugene Hospital.
T. S. Zeidas, of Elko, the district
representative for the W. T. Rawlelgh
Co., of Winnipeg, arrived lu the city
this evening, and contemplates making this point his headquarters for
covering the territory he has, from
Fernie to the Landing. Mr. Zeldus
was for many years a farmer in the
Slavely district of Alberta, where he
still has interests.
Messrs. W. Johnston, A. Burtch and
F. Doodson, advance agents for tbe
Cranbrook Kebekah Concert Co., paid
visit to Fernlo on Wednesday (o
make arrangements to put on the
show there, which will take place on
Good Frtdny evening, next week, In
the Grand Theatre. After the con-
iert the visitors will be the guests of
the Fernie Rebekahs and Odd Fellows
at a social time.
A special meeting of the city council was held on Thursday evening, at
which several important matters of
importance were taken up. The Rod
and Gun Club asked for the use of a
batch of city lots on St. Joseph's
.'reek, for fish hatchery purposes, being lots 27 to 30, block 21. They
were granted the privileges asked for
a nominal payment of $1.00 per year
Members of tiie school board were|
..lso present to consider as they
thought a proposal to make use of the
block they acquired last year for purposes of an auto tourist camp. The
discussion veered round to a questioning by some members of the council as to whether the board should
have acquired the block at all. Finally tlie council wont on record ns
opposing taking the block over for
iuto camping grounds, after some dis-
cusslou bordering ou the acrimonious
and during which the mayor made a
plea for the council and the school
board to pull together, Instead of apart. The proposed dance hall regulation by-law was referred to a solicitor for advice us to the powers of
.he city council In the matter.
About sixty years ago there was
, founded a fraternal society for the
purpose of disseminating tlie principles of friendship, charity and benevolence, known as the Knights of Pythias.
In Cranbrook at present there is a
branch of tills order whoso members
are not falling down on the Job of
| promulgating  these   principles.
-Monday evening the local lodge was
again "At Home" to their friends, in
their cosy lodge rooms In Castle Hall.
The llrst part of tlie evening was enjoyed with cards, and aboul 10 o'clock
the Robinson Orchestra appealed on
the scene, ami after rendering a few
Instrumental selections while the
games were being concluded, the floor
was cleared and the {lance was on,
Before starting the dame the Chancellor Commander, w. a Wilson, informed tlie guests that the hall was
theirs, the music was theirs, and the
refreshments would be theirs, so it
was up to them to make the best of
It. Everyone proceeded to obey instructions, and the result was a very
pleasant evening for everyone.
Mr. and Mrs. Chrfstopherson sang
nn old favorite, "Somebody's Waiting
For Someone," which was much enjoyed, and Mrs. it. C Blumenauer
pleased the company with a piano
solo, "The Fifth Nocturne," by Chopin. Mr. Jack Taylor was called upon
to make a short address, and kept
the crowd laughing with several amusing stories. The music provided by
the Robinson Orchestra was all that
could be desired, and the refreshments, served by the lodge, were in
keeping with the rest of the evening.
Before the refreshments were served
Mr. Collier sang "Mary of Argyle" and
was obliged to repeat. Following the
supper Mr. E. A. Hill entertained the
crowd with a few reminiscence-?, following which Mrs. R. Potter gave a
piano solo "The Starry Night."
Dancing was then proceeded with,
and at about 1.30 u.m. the "Home.
Sweet Home" waltz was played, bringing to a close a very enjoyable evening. Judging from tlie way the K P.'s
treat their guests, one might suppose
that K.P. stands for Kindness Personified.
HOY SCOUT CONCERTS
THIS  WEEK PRESENT
ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMS
Li Kill  Tn le lit  Shows   I'ji   Well
Iu Kiitt-rtuliuiH'iit*- At
Star  Theatre
Government.
8. That the Provincial Government
should pay greater attention than In
the past to the rehabilitating of irrigation projects which have been bull!
up In part and allowed to full Into a
state of bad repair.
9. That virtually the whole agricultural population ot Western Canada
Is of the opinion that the present
banking system, with Its short term
loans at a high rate of Interest, affords neither help nor encouragement
to the progressive farmer; and that
tho Federal Government should be
asked to keep this fact In view when
revising the Bank Ast this year. And
further, that the attention of the Provincial Government should be seriously directed to hastening the development of tho country by establishing Land Banks on ihe lines which
have proved so successful elsewhere.
10. That in the opinion of this District Convention a mistake- has been
made by the Provincial Government
In reducing the amount of aid given
lo agricultural unsocial inns In support of their fain, more especially
J. B. Mleklejohu of Kelson was in
Cranbrook on Monday,
J. McLeod, contractor, oi Vahk, was
Iu the city on St. Patrick's Day.
BORN—On Saturday. March 17th, at
the Cottage Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs
N. M. Hilton of this city, a daughter.
Messrs. Gibbs & DaUlel have been
awarded tlie contract for the outside
painting at the hospital, and have already made a beginning on the work.
Rev. Father Lambol, of the Mission, who Is a patient at the hospital, is reported to be Improving slowly.
Mrs. J. Flngal Smith left on Tuesday for Nelson to attend a diocesan
meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of
tho Anglican Church, being held hi|
that city on Wednesday and Thursday
of this week, She will return on Friday.
The Shamrock Tea held on Sattir-'
day afternoon by the Ladies of St. j
Mary's Church at the home of Mrs.
Genest, proved a very successful social affair. Many were present to en-,
joy a cup of tea and a pleasant chat.
The tea table wsa presided over by
Mrs. Ingham aud Mrs. Pollen, while:
Mesdames Uuimot, Bertorla and Harrison and Miss Molt helped serve.}
Mrs. Ryan and .Mrs. Couroy at the;
cookery booth and Mrs. I>orls and j
Miss Santo in the candy stall did a
thriving business. The guests were;
received by Mrs. Muckay and Mrs.
Genest. In the morning Mrs Hennessey und Mrs. A. Smith conducted aj
street sale of Shamrocks. During the,
afternoon the following musical pro-!
gramme wus rendered; vocal solos by
Mesdames Kennedy, Collins and Dor-;
is, and Miss l>. Grieves; violin and;
piano duct by Mrs. Walllnger and
.Miss Walllnger. About $70 was real-,
hted through (he activities of the ladle*.
Tho Indian Department have been
active this week In the prosecution of
cases of Infringement of the Indian
Act by the use of intoxicating liquor.
It appears that certain residents of
the Reserve and others huvu been
making a business of selling to the
Indians, and the Department are making a determined effort to clean things
up. Several cases have already been
prosecuted before Magistrate Leask,
and convictions obtained, und several
more are to be heard. The cases so
far heard have resulted us follows:
Patrick White. lined $100 and costs or
six months in jail ror selling liquor
to "Blind Tom." Abraham, lined $25
and costs or three months in jail for
supplying liquor to "Blind Tom." Bailee Andrews was let out on suspended sentence, being also charged with
selling liquor. L. Ultlonde of Tata
Creak waa flned $26 for being In poa-
•a-ufam ot liquor on the rrrtmatflon.
.Monday and Tuesday evenings tho
Floy Scouts were in command of the
Star Theatre, when the movie stars
had to Hive place to local talent of
all kinds.
The benefit concert had fair audience- each night, and as a result the
Boy Smut treasury will be considerably augmented, The program, which
is published herewith, was it pleasing
und varied one, composed of vocal
and Instrumental selections, some
humorous skits, s Boy Scout feature
number, and a .sample of tlie work of
the newly formed Cranbrook Juveniles.
Judging from the applause tlie most
popular number on the programme
was thai by the Cranbrook Kiddies.
The Isle of Zolu." this being the
llrst appearance of the Novak-Bailey
juveniles. Both the words and music
tor this act were composed locally,
ami the number was a distinctly
creditable one from all standpoints,
The songs of Mr. Wm. Derbyshire
were much enjoyed and he was forced
to respond to his Bong "I'm a Daddy"
al least three times. The RICkVillQ
Jazz Band was rotten—that was why
they were repeatedly recalled. The
discord developed by this organisation was atrocious, but us this was
the desired effect their number was
a decided success. The "Japanese
Sandman" was a very pretty number,
Mrs Novak taking (he solo pan, as
slated by a chorus of little girls.
.Mr. J K. Charlton's 'cello solo
Musette. Air de Ballet" was well received and well deserved the encore.
Mrs. E. Paterson rendered a very appropriate solo, "The Swallows.'" by
Bingham, in her usual pleasing manner, and in response to an encore gave
■Protestation." by Homer Morris,
Schubert's "Serenade'' as a cornet
solo given by Mr. W. H. Bevan was
also well rendered. The Boy Scouts
gave a demonstration of Scout Work,
iiid administration Of first aid was
Must rated. Scout Cyril Harrison
read "The Yarn of the Nancy Belle"
in a very creditable manner.
Mr. Alar. Dewoife was to have appeared in a step dancing number, but
was prevented by a recent injury.
The program was as follows:
overture       Selected
'Japanese Sandman" ...   Mrs. Novak
Assisted by Girl Chorus
'Cello Solo—"Musette. Air de Ballet"
Mr. J. K. Chorlton
S<mg—".Nirvana."  Mr.  W.   Derbyshire
Step Dancing   Mr. Alan DeWolf
Reading — "The Yarn of the Nancy
Belle"  Scout Cyril Harrison
Soprano  Solo—"The Swallows"	
Mrs. E. Paterson
Cornel  Solo — "Serenade" (Schubert)
Mr W. H. Bevan
"The Isle of Zolo" (Novak and Bailey)
Cranbrook Kiddies
Scout  Demonstration	
Cranbrook Boy Scoots
Song—"I'm a Daddy," Mr. Derbyshire
Hlckvllle Jazz Band   The Bunch
GOD SAVE THE KING
Coming Events
Friday and Saturday, March W% and
24: Tbe Kootenny mads picture
"Timber," at the Star.
Saturday, March 24: Easter Gift Sale,
Indies of Knox Church, at MttlS *t
Atchison's store from 3 to C.
Saturday. Match 24: Sale of home
cooking, etc , by ladles of the Home
League. .Salvation Army Hall, 3
to 7 o'clock.
Monday und Tuesday, March 20 and
27: "Hungry Hearts," at The Star.
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Tuesday, Man h 27: Maple Leaf Rebekahs' repeat performance In the Auditorium.
Wednesday and Thursday, March 28
and 29: "John Smith,' at The Star.
Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31:
At the Star Theatre, "Pride of Pal-
Saturday, March 31: Tea and candy
sale by Methodist Junior Choir, at
tbe Methodist Parsonage, 3 to 0.
Monday, April 2; Kaater Monday Ball
at Auditorium, la aid of Hospital.
Friday, April 13; Lawn Tenuis Club
Dance In the Parish Hall.
Date to he announced later: "H. M. S.
Pinafore, by tha Musical Society, at
tho Auditorium. PAGE  TWO
TIIE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, March 23, l»2:t
the fittest.
Unless, therefore, the new
body can start out with the
promise of whole hearted endorsement from tlie big parent
body In the city, its existence
will measure but a short span,
for by its nature the Parent-
Teacher organization cannot
flourish unless generously tended and fostered by a wide community interest.
A YOl'NG GIRL'S SIGHT
Is u very precious thing. It
should not be neglected If she
complains Ot headaches. The
chances are tliey are caused by
detective eyesight. We can remedy all such troubles quickly by
providing just lhe riaht kind of
glnsses thai will enable her to
see better and to dispense with
the headnehoB. Our service Is
up-to-date ntul our charges aro
fair.
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers nml Opticians
NEXT TO THK POSI OFFICE
ZU Cranbrook Gerald
Published Evory Friday
R  A.  WILLIAMS B.   POTTER
Subscription Price
To felted Stales ..
.. W.CO per year
.. 18.50 per year
•llllli a   Ml..I...I   Wllheat •  Kaeele"
related  ar  I'nloa Laker
' Advertising   Batea   on   Application.
Changes for AnvartHlnf MUST bo In
this ofllce Wednesday noon the ourranl
week to eecura attantton.
MARCH       1923
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CKAN13KOOK,   BRITISH   COLUUBU
F1UDAY, MAItCH 22, 1923
A.N OPPORTUNITY FOR
THE PARENTS
The move now on loot to
form a Parent-Teacher Association in this city can achieve
commendable results, provided
—aud there is a big if—it can
he made thoroughly representative of the bodies supposed to
compose its membership.
There is no argument as to
the need for closer co-operation
between the home and the
school; nor as to whether both
teachers and parents need to
catch each other's viewpoint
more thoroughly; nor again as
to whether such a body, properly constituted, would prove of
assistance lo the School Board
rather than a hindrance. But
I here is a danger that the body
may resolve itself into merely
a handful of people representing only some one particular
interest or section of the city,
and therefore not in a position
to properly put into effect the
very laudable aims of the Association.
Cranbrook has such a multiplicity of organizations already
in existence, craft, social and
religious, business and professional, that it has almost come
to be a case of the survival of
n.ANBUOOk TO  HAVE
NEXT CONVENTION  OF
FARMERS'   INSTITUTES
(Continued from Par*e one)
those conducted in small dlslricls;
and further, thnt us a menns of curtailing expenditure which mlglil he
diverted to this channel we wiirj-csi
that a more generous use he made
or iho district agriculturists as Judges, instead of persons beiiiK specially
appointed for the purpose,
li. That iu tin* opinion ot this District Coiivenlion copies ol' tljo "Affl'l-
auUural Journal" should lie senl free
to ail bona llde members or Partners'
Institutes,
12. That, we aro heartily In accord
wiih action that has been set on fool
towards the reduction of freight rates
and that the railroads be asked to
lower the minimum weights ot enr-
loads of live stock.
13. That there should be re-established tho old practice of making
awards for field crop competitions,
more especially such competitions as
pertain to alfalfa, oats and potatoes,
14. That tho Government. Immediately take action to inspect and fumigate trees and nursery stocks coming
from tho western provinces at Golden
on tlie main line, and Fernie o» tlie
Crow's Nest line, instead of having to
send all such material to Vancouver,
as at present.
15. In view of the fact that virtually nil tho recommendations made
hy the AdvtBory Board have been ignored by tho Government, this meeting desires to place on record its
opinion that tho time is ripe for amalgamation with the United Farmers of
Hritish Columbia.
Along the lines of general business
the attention of the Convention was
drawn to an article on dairying near
Golden which appeared lu the Montreal Weekly Star of March 7th, and
which, in tho opinion of the Convention, contained statements which
should not bo allowed to pass unchallenged. It was moved, seconded and
agreed that the matter be remitted
to Mr. Sinclair and Mr. Cuthbert, with
full power to answer tlie article ou
behalf of tlio Convention.
Some letters from the Cranbrook
Institute were read, and after a short
discussion It. was decided thai tlie
Convention would endorse the Idea
put forth In (he Cranbrnok appeal
that at the next Convention, which II
was decided to hold In Cranbrook,
the delegates' railway fares should lie
pooled.
Mr. Arthur Taylor was suggested
delegate to the Advisory Hoard, but
having definitely withdrawn his name
owing to pressure of private business
the election of a Board member re
suited In Mr. S. J. Morrow of Baynes
Lake being appointed.
As un alternative lt was decided to
ask Mr. Brlcker of Fernie to stand
One of the last acts of the meeting
was to pass the following motion:
Resolved:  that this Convention ex
presses Its appreciation of the good
| work done by Mr. Arthur Taylor, our
Advisory Board member for the past
two years.
Mr. Taylor In brief terms thanked
the Convention, and said he was sorry that more had not heen accomplished, but thought It wns duo to
apathy and the luck of funds of lhe
Department of Agriculture in that he
could not get around the district except at personal loss of both time nnd
money.
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■Y» MAN AT WYCLIFFE
GOES TO LETHBRIDGE
AS GENERAL SECRETARY
(Lethbrldge Herald)
In tho reorganization of the Lethbridge V. M. ('. A. for the purpose of
selling It on a sound financial basis,
Mr. Young has been engaged as general secretary on^six months' trial.
He will lake over his duties in the
middle of April. The new secretary
of the V. M. C, A. has had two years
training in "Y" work ai Victoria, B.C.,
where ho was iu charge of the memberships and of Hie business system
Of lhe institution. He is at present
engaged as manager of the Otis Staples Lumber Co.'s Y. M. C. A., at Wycliffe. B.C.   Mr. Young went overseas
Saturday, Mnrch 21
GREAT POWER PROM GOD:—Behold, I give unto you power to tread
on serpentB and scorpions, and over
all the power of the enemy; and nothing shall by any means hurt you.
—Luke 10: 19.
Sunday, March '-■">
REPENT!     REPENT! —John    the
ttuptist came, preaching, saying, "lle-
pcnt ye, for the kingdom of heaven is
al hand."
Jesus begun to preach, and to say,
"Repent: for tbo kingdom of heaven
is at hand."—Matthew :!:  1, 2; •(:  17.
Monday, March 'ill
GREAT AM) PRECIOUS PROMISES;     Whereby are given unto us exceeding great annd precious promises;
Lhal hy these ye might be partakers of
the divine nature, having escaped lhe
corruption   that   is   in   the   world
through lust.—2 Peter I: t.
I Tuesday, Mnrch -'
I A COMPLETE SALA'ATIONi -The
very God of peace snntlil'y you wholly : and I pray God your wholo spirit
[and soul aud body be preserved bltmie-
s unto the coming of our Lord Jesus
Christ.—1 Thessuloninns r>:^2.!.
Wednesday, .March 1H
TI1M CHRISTIAN'S MISSION:-
1Preach, saying, The kingdom of heaven is nt hand. Heal the sick, cleanse
tlie lepers, raise the dead, cast out
devils; freely ye have received, freely
give.—Matthew 10: 7, S.
Thursday, March i!ll
THE    HIGH    CALLING:—Be    ye
therefore perfect even as your Father
which Is in heaven is perfect.
—Matthew 5: 48.
Friday, March .'to
A NATION'S GREATNESS:—Hight-
eoustiess exnltcth a nation; but sin is
a reproach to any people.
—Proverbs 14: IU
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from The Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 190!!.
A. B. Fenwlck and family are ex
pected home again from an extended
visit to the Old Country very shortly, having sailed the 25th of last
month.
Tlio birth of a son to Mr. nnd Mrs.
T, s. Gill, at Morris, Manitoba, is announced,
Malcolm Horie returned on Sunday
last from Quebec where lie lias spent
tlie winter.
Tho Moyje Lumber Company have
about elghl million feet of logs cut
ready to bring down lo Iho mil! us
soon as ibe ice goes out.
as a combatant, with the 67th Battal
ion, with the rank of sergeant. After being in the combatant ranks for
a time ho was deputed to Y. M. C. A,
work at the front.
Harry Drew, veteran hotel man of
Kimberley, was n business visitor to
ihe city on Monday.
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CI.KNTON   MEETINGS
Evaugelisi Hev. I<\ A. Robinson and
assistants, who will conduct the nulled campaign of tho Baptist, Presbyte
rian aud Methodist Churches In ('ran
brook, beginning ou Easter Sunday,
aro now at Creston.
Private correspondence from that
place gives very Inspiring reports of
tho beginning of the work there,
('oncoming the first day one writes,
"Tiie place was full except for where
about a dozen people might have Sound
a sent. The singing was very fine,
witli twenty two voices in the choir
and Mr. Robinson «t the bat, Miss
Niven, soloist, on deck, and Miss Gru-
nert, pianlste, in tho field. The people sang up well, especially ou the
(dd hymns. Mr. Robinson's messages
were very fine and a deep impression
was made."
^wither letter reports, "In tho afternoon 110 men gathered and heard
a message on tho wages of sin, the
: topic being 'Seeing Life.' Every face
was serious, and many were wet with
. tears. At night the church was full
to the limit. The text wiih 'Paul roa-
i atoned - Pollx trontbled,' it was a
I convincing and clinching sermon.
J "Cams were passed for decisions
land the net was drawn. Over 00 reviewed their consecration and 1M do
elded for Christ."
Tbo churches of Creston aro expecting much refreshing from these
services.
The report, which spread around the
city hist week-end that small pox was
rampant at Kiinherlcy, like ninny oth-
riimors, proved to be very much
exaggeraled. A dance which was to
have been held tbero last week-end
was postponed for safety's sake while
some suspicious cuscs were looked
Into, these having been removed to
to the isolation hospital for observation.
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mul On n u
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from ivliirli you run get the most niileaRe for a dollar of an) car made!
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i others ia weak and ill that
ed of ever being well again
munition, pain and swell lug
oi Ha- Inlhienca ol herbal
' t suffered tht' agonies
of piles for a long time," says Mr, Jtw.
Kud.lv. of Killalae, Ont. "I wasted bus
ol money on professed 'pile remedies.'
Hni my weakening malady defied everything l-ni Zam Hiik. To my joy. ihis
great herbal healer speedily allayed the
itchy, burning irritation. A* I kept up
theZom-Uuk applications iho piles were
gradually bin completely banished,"
For a Bilious Headache
brew a cup of Celery King-
natural herbs and routs- a gentle
laxative and purifier. Tones up
tho liver and stimulates digestion.
Makes you feel bright and vigorous.   30c and 60c, at druggists.
Stop that Cough
It distresses you and your friends
—It is dangerous. A few drops of
Shiioh, the 60-year old remedy,
brings immediate relief. Shiioh
stops that irritating tickling in the
throat, loosens the phlegm and
heals tho tissues, Get Shiioh, at
your druggists, 300, tiOc und$1.20.
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March 24 to 31
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^Easter
Breakfast
Premium Ham or Bacon
*THAT breakfast on Easter Morning should
consist of Bacon and Eggs has become
almost as honored a national institution as
Turkey for Thanksgiving.
But on this Easter Morning, bright wiih the
promise of Springtime—vigor and joy lhe
Bacon certainly should be "Pnmlum *- the
world's standard —as befitting thr occasion.
Substitute ordinary Bacon or Dam for Swift's
"Premium" and you dull the joy of tlie meal.
For Swift's "Premium" Bacon is of characteristic and distinctive quality. Firstly, by its
choice selection—tor "Premium" Brand must
have just the right proportion of fit ami Iran.
Then next lt possesses au unmatched luccu*
lence and aavoriness due to thr exclusive
Swift process of curing and smoking.
Be careful to get Swift's "Premium"
when you buy Bacon or Mam — tasks
sure ol it thia coming Easter Morning.
Order from your Butcher or Grocer. Friday, March 23, 1923
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE   THREE
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34
The club CAFEjFarm Competitions
For Boys and Girls
Attractive  Opportunities   Presented   Tlirougli
Hejit. im' A mint!) tire
Hired ion   nf
A. h. Hay, district agriculturist, de-1 sucli organization will bo recognized
THY   YOUR   BREAKFAST,   LUNCH
OK DINNER AT THE  CLUB  CAFE.
All our food Is the best
that the market provides.
TRY OUR  COFFEE
Served with Pure Cream
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
i rantti's
i!r
'Oil
S BOOB Ureal
His Pies
c
ikes
and Pcstry nrs
made In
a
tasty
manner which
l.ivltes t
16
mos
exacting per-
son
to
en II
ngain, at
THE
HOME BAKERY
Phone 6
•
Norbury Arc
sires tlio attention of buys nml girls
drawn to the fuel that club competitions, fostered by the Provincial Government, present many good opportunities [or making money on the
farm, which children lu many other
places are taking advantage ol'.
During the past lew years Boys' and
Girls' Club work has been promoted
in different parts of British Columbia
by the Provincial Department of Agriculture, and has met with very good
success, which is shown by the considerable increase in the number of
Clubs formed and tho keener competition shown each year by the competitors. This work with the exception of one Club at Parsons last summer has not as yet been taken up In
this District, due to the fact that the
boys aud girls In the District are not
[familiar with the policy offered.
The following is a brief outline of
tho Rules and Regulations governing
| the organization and membership.
1. Any hoy or girl eleven years old
and under eighteen years of age shall
bo eligible for membership.
2. Any district wishing to form a
Boya' and Girls' Club must secure at
least   eight   active   members   before
CitVt3..33K GLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment Bent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the business
Is your assurance of satisfaction
here,   phone, and wo will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
l'HOMv 167
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.H.A.M.. A.R.C.M..
Musical Director
Cranhmok  UuilOftl Society
Teacher of singing. Violin and
Piano
Preparation tor Mustoal Examination!
M9 akmstkom; AVE.
phono 508 Crnnbrook, B.&
MOTHER! MOVE
"California Fig Syrup" is
Child's Pest Laxative
3. A membership fee of 25c, shall
ho charged, and paid to tho Club Secretary, to ensure good will and cover
postage on correspondence, which
tlio Secretary will have with the Superintendent and others. The amount
collected ia to be retained by the Sec
rotary ror expenses.
4. Tho officers shall consist of:
(a) Club Organizer,
(b) President,
(o) Secretary-Treasurer,
5. The Club Organizer shall be nn
Honorary Secretary and assist in the
conducting of the business of the
Club.
6. The President and Secretary of
the Boys' and Girls' Club shall be
elected liy the members from among
their number, and with the Club Organizer shall compose the Executive
Committee, which will direct the affairs of the Club.
7. The Secretary - Treasurer of the
Boys' and Girls' Club shall forward
as soon as possible after organization
an application for enrolment, together
With a list of the otllcers and members, with post olfice address of each,
to the Superintendent of Boys' and
Girls' Clubs. Department of AgrlcUl
ture, Victoria. B.C.
S. The Secretary - Treasurer shall
submit to the Superintendent of the
Boys' and Girls' Clubs from time to
time a report on the progress of the
affairs of tho Club and the competitions conducted.
NOTE—Application forms for the
enrolment of each Club formed will
bo forwarded on request,
Each Boys' and Girls' Club will
select front the following list the
competition or competitions which it
elects to conduct during the coming
summer:
1. Pig   raising  competition.
2. Calf raising competition.
;i. Poultry raising competition.
4, Potalo growing competition.
5. Com growing competition-
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Hay and drain o( All Kinds
HllllMIII    All'IMIO
y               Criinhrook
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t lUMIIWOh TliAIN TIMKS
.Ml. «7 It AII-V-To Nelson, Vancouver, Spokaue, etc. Arrive 12.10 p,
m.; leave 13.20 p.m.
NO. «s DAILY—To Fernie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Hurry Mother I a toaapoonful of
"California Mg Syrup" now will thoroughly dean lbe'little bowels and iu a
few hours you have a well, playful
child again Even if croaa, feverish,
bilious, constipated or full of cold,
children love lis "fruity" taite, and'
mothori oan rani easy became ii never falls to work all Ihe souring food
.nid nasty bile right out of ibe stomal ii ami bowoli without griping or up-
letting Iho child.
Tell your drugulitt you want only
the genuine "California  Pig syrup"
Which  has  directions  for  babies and
child roil nf all ages printed on  Iho
bottle,    Mother,
fornla."    Itefus
General ltva.uli.tlm.-. Goicmlm-
AII rmnpi'tlllnu*
1 Any Beys' and Girls' Club elect
Ing to conduct a competition in one
of tlie above classes must make ap
plication to the Superintendent of
Boys' and Girls' Clubs before April
I Mb.
2. An> Boys' and Girls' Club desiring to conduct a competition in one
nf tln> above classes must have at
least eight entries,
:i. Any Hoys' mid Girls' Club desiring to conduct competitions in two of
tllO above classes may do ho. subject
tO the following rules;
(ti! There  must   be at   least   eight
entries in oaoh competition.
No  member can   tuke  part In
This statement must include such
terns as rent of land, cost of labour,
teed, manure, spraying, feed, lumber.
fencing, etc. Reports must reach the
Superintendent of the Boys' and QihUf
Hubs not later than November 15th.
5. Where possible, the juii^e will
notify the boys and girls of the date
of his visit, and would be pleased to
meet ami talk witli them ai that time
<;. The Department of Agriculture
will supply a booklet to each competitor, in which tlie competitor may
keep a record of work done, teed led,
and money paid out for the various
expenses, This booklet will be of inestimable value in making report and
writing essay. The booklet must be
produced upon the request of the
Judge at tho time of Ills mid-summer
visit.
Prizes and Fain
Ae an Incentive for tlie stimulation
of greater interest on the part of all
competitors, tbe Department of Agriculture win, lu addition to Bonding
Judges to scoreihe plots and exhibits
at the homes of the competitors, offer cash prizes to local winners ami
sweepstakes prizes to Provincial Winers.   While tha casb prizes are well
■orth striving for, the honour of winning a prise will really be of greater
lue;   and,   further,   the  application
necessary to win the prize will lesull
In the gaining of knowledge and experience that will prove a great asset.
The winners Of the district prizes will
bo decided on a busts ol' four scores:
1. A mid-summer score based on
the manner In which the competitor
is carrying on his or her work.
2. A final score at the conclusion
of the competition. Exhibits (with
the exception of poultry) will be
judged at local fairs where such are
held; otherwise special arrangements
will bo made.
3. A score based on tho financial
report. This report, shall lie made on
form In tho booklet supplied by the
Department.
4. A score based on an essay entitled "Hew I Raised My Exhibit."
This essay shall not exceed 200 words
In length, nud shall be written by the
competitor from his or her own experience In the competition for the present year.
If for any reason less than eight
competitors In a competition complete
the work required, only three prizes
will bo awarded.
In Pig nnd Calf Raising classes, the
prizes for local competitions shall be
as follows:   Ist $5,00; 2nd $4.00; 3rd
$3.00;  4th $2.00. /
I'roviiU'tiel Prize".
In addition to tbe prizes offered f«:r
loral competitions, Provincial sweepstakes prizes will he awarded to the
boy or girl scoring the highest number of points in each group of competitions organized, provided there
are at least live competitions iu that
group. Each winner of a Provincial
prize will receive his or her choice of
one of tlie following:
1. A pure bred pig of breed chosen
by the winner.
2. A pen of pure bred chickens of
breed chosen by the winner,
3. A special set of agrlculeural reference books.
4. A special set of home economics
referenro books.
Provlnclnl Club Prize
The Boys' and (..ills' Club organizing ami conducting the most successful competition or competitions, judged according to total number of competitors, financial reports, and essays,
will receive from the Department of
Agriculture a library consisting of
eight of the best agricultural periodicals published at the present time.
These periodicals shall be circulated
among the members of the Club.
The Dominion Live Stock Branch
offers a somewhat similar proposition
in Pig Club Competitions which can
bo worked in such districts as the
Cranbrook District where a membership of about twenty can be obtained.
In this Club prizes are offered ranging from $14.00 to $1.00.
Any further Information with regard to this work can be obtained by
either writing A. L. Hay, District Agriculturist, Cranbrook, nr by calling
at the Agricultural Office.
Right Thinking
BY   FLORENCE ATKINSON. JNVEKMKKS,  B.C.
PART   III.
of life's unity
of  US.
will
the consciousness
In Part II, 1 made reference to the|comB lo e**c,1* CI1C'
fact that wo so often fail in our work I ti,p second principle is to cultivate
because we are fearful of ourselves, (cultivation takes time and trouble)
We fear ourselves, we fear others, we mentally, thoughts of faith, hope and
rear the past, we fear the future. j love-   FaItft •„ t]l(, power wa have to
Fear is Innate In each of us. It Is live a life or freedom (from all feat),
practically universal in all animals,] and self control. When I say "faith
and seems to be one ot the devices in lhe power we have." il Is the recog-
for self-protection. In childhood there nltion of the power which God has
are many fears which no doubt some given ns to use. "It is God that work-
outgrow; fears of darkness, of being eth In you." Hope. Look on the
alone, or thunderstorms, of travelling; bright sfde of things, and not only of
through railway tunnels. Gentle edu- things, bul of people as well, Learn
cation may and can eradicate these to see the "Image of God" In each one
from the mind, but the fear, which is! Hope means cheerfulness and routl-
Ihc greatest enemy to self-develop-[deuce; faith In ourselves, confident e
merit is something vastly different
and as spiritual beings we must over-
iu our fellow crenturos, and love—the
very  opposite-   of   lelflshness,   pride,
,ome ami conquer it.   We must learn greed and jealousy.  The Great Master
FERNIE FIXES I038
TAX KATE AT FORTY
MIKES ON THE  DOM
to "trust and not be afraid." The development of our inner self into the
consciousness of the divine within us
means the conquest of fear.
Fear up to a certain point is productive of good, Inasmuch as ii often
helps US to avoid what would be antagonist ic to success, but one who
fears failure iu some business enterprise or profession and keeps thai
thought constantly iu Ills mind, cannot do his best, or secure the highest
success. Many of us can count up
somo whom wo have known who have
become Blunted in their self-development, in their real power, of success
n life, through this terrible fear of
failure.
Or, again, lhe anxious fears for provision fu old age or sickness, or poverty—how few of us live in the reality of "Be not over anxious for the
morrow," and how much sunshine is
taken out of our lives by rear or hor-
.'ililnry weakness, a predisposition towards some ailment some ancestor
had—or cancer, consumption or something—often Invites the trouble, for
tlie attitude of mind aggravates the
actual condition, aud produces tlie
symptoms of the disease.
Thus we learn then that, the spirit
or fear In human Iffe mentally affects
causing what Is called In the present, day "A nervous breakdown."
Many terms are used hy the medical
profession, but nine times out of ten
lhe condition In the patient Is caused
through over anxious care or worry
through fear or not "making gcod" In
that work or plan tn hand. So before
ft Is possible to make much headway
with self-development. It Is most Important that the attitude of mind be
understood. •
Ttiere Is in mental therapeutics, or
the restoration of the mind to a healthy condition, a great principle, capable of tremendous possibilities for
good lu the life of each one of us, and
it works oat as a development from
within rather than a system from
without. It ts a life more than a doctrine. Its work is to bring into outward expression the Inner ideals, and
It realizes that our innermost nature
is In very Intimate relationship with
the Universat Mind. It admits that
there is a mental condition which is
lu a greut degree responsible for the
external condition and that there are
forces in the mental realm which
cause certain conditions. For Instance, those who are most fearful of
contagion during an epidemic nre
generally those who first contract the
disease. The susceptibility of a person ts said to be the cause, whereas
the cause Is within, through the condition of the mind (or our way of
thinking).
If, however, wo will fortify the mind
with the truth that we are not susceptible to external influences, th
germs of the disease need have'n
power over us. The medical world
to-day realizes that the strongest
forces that make for health und happiness are the mental and moral conditions of the individual.
There are general principles which,
if followed out, must produce good results, and in exact proportion to the
effort put forth will he the results.
The first principle to realize is (hat
Under
ir   nourished?!
|Thc natural foodl
for babies when
mother's milk
afails is
EAGLE BRAND
CONDENSED MUX
says i lie one great commandment Is
"Love to God and Love (O man." A
life lived lu the atmosphere of faith,
hope and love must inevitably be a
life full of strength and health, both
of body and soul. Cultivate mentally
only loving thoughts every day in
every way; never allow an unkind,
in envious, or jealous thought to
LODGE In the mind, for it will control the life if permitted lo remain.
This mental life needs cultivating
jU3t as systematically and earnestly
as we should our muscles by exercise.
.m man from without.
Tho Universal Mind needs each one
to be a channel through which to be
expressed. Tlie soul of all things is
spiritual, and the spiritual Is real because it is the life—the life or the
Universal flowing in and through my
life. As we think of this truth and
grow into the consciousness of this
power within, nothing is impossible,
nothing can ever utterly discourage
us. for we shall have a fresh vision.
The bi Bl time to lodge n thought in
the sub-conscious mind so tliai it may
bear fruit. Is just before sleeping.
Picture clearly aud definitely the power, the life, the love that is all ours,
as well as the health, and that thought
will reap an abundant harvest.
APRIL "ROD AM* GUN"
Tho ihird principle is lo substitute! 	
POSITIVE thoughts for negative ones. Tha Aprn *88lie o( Rod ;inu (!un ln
Slop thinking of illness, aches aud Canada contains several features
ipaltm, and conversations of such con* v.\ b si i Id lusumUy recommend it
|dltlons. which create an unhealthy «, h fm ... tho oal ot doorg evory.
atmosphere for the mind, will coase. where ti,,,,, .„,, „ lluml,.>r 0f RrtI-
tiiink healthful thoughts. SPSAK cle4 anU -mrAtlves portraying ex-
healthful words,, let all thoughts that periences and opinions of hunters
am uppermost In the mind, whether and sportsmen, among these being
we aro atone or with others, be only \-y;\VAl Are You Going To Do About
such as make for health, strength and ]•.-/■ l)V w. ,-. Motley; -'Seal Hunting
power, and a change Is bound to take hn ,!ie Northern Atlantic," by Bonny-
plflca castle  Male:   "Point  Pelee—A  Public
The condition of the mind is mostly Shooting Ground." and a host of oth-
the result of home or outside environ- t,r3- There is an account of the an-
ment where impressions from others nuol meeting of t!;e Ontario Hunters'
have been received, probably with lit- t.ame and Fish Protective Associate or no thought or consideration. ■■on- dealing with all the matters
Wo are what we are as a result of our taken up at the recent convention In
thinking in the past, and in the future Toronto. The departments contain
hall be what we are thinking to- *"■•■* particularly fmeresttnc mater-
day. The greatest power which each 1*1. and on -he wliole. the magazine
one of us possesses is the power of i= one of the be?t numbers yet pub-
thought.    The Inner self, the "I." Is   Ushed.
controlled by the BUb-conscIpUs mind. Rod and Gun in Canada Is publlBh-
whlch is one with the Universal Mind, el monthly at Woodstock. Ontario, by
"God dwelling  in man," not working] W. J. Taylor. Limited.
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mini). Imily ami s.ml (hy "soul" 1 meun
\H tlie Individual "I" thai standi at the
■ [back nf mind and body] are not lapar-
Tho Pernio Ratai By-law fur lDDSlata entitles.  Mind Influence* the body
providing for assessment ut the ruteUnd  tlie  body   Influences  the   mind.
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nioro   than   ono   competition| |,H three readings, and  was  finally flow* through thli wonderful universe
•luring any ono yonr except by  p„MW|   -.(   the   lasl
Bpoclfll arrangement  with the council thero.
Suporlntondonl
tin-in' Cluba.
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you must say "Call-'showing expenses, rentals, nnd pro-
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The mill rate is divided iih follows
City Debt     fl.75 mlllH
School  Debt     3,35     „
School  Kx|M'iist< 22.45     „
City General Expense. 7.45
meeting <>f Uteris all one.  The name life which down
through me Ih Hie name life thai I* In
every human being. We are one great
whole, hound up "In the common bundle of life." My life, your life, Is part
ami parcel of ALL life. We must get
j into the deeper meaning of life, and
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Friday, Jturcli 28, 11123
metbodist Church
REV. B. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
SUNDAY, -MARCH 25th—FALSI SUNDAY
11 a.m.—Morning Service    "THE HOPE OF THE WORLD"
The Junior Choir will eing "Children ot Jerusalem"
12.15—Sunday School and Senior Bible Claaa, conducted by the Pastor
7.30 p.m.—Evening Service    "THE CONQUERING CHRIST"
The Senior Choir will reuder an antheni
STRANGERS   CORDIALLY   INVITED
WYCLIFFE NOTES
H. S. Young spenl a few duys In
Lethbrldge lasl week ou husiness.
Mrs, il. J. Cbomat entertained a
few ladies at her home on Tuesday
afternoon, Those present were Mes-
tlanies Albertsou, Young, Caldwell,
Braltbwalte, Frodrlokson, and Crowe.
Luclon Cluzcl lot! Saturday for Everett, WaBh., wliero ho will be employed in the future.
Van Richardson left Saturday for
Nelson.
Miss .Muriel llaxtcr spent the week
end in Wycliffe, tbo guest ot Miss
Doruce staples.
Mrs. It. H. Trew und little daughter
IODUES AND 80CIETIB8
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon ot tbe
first Tuesday at
3 p.m.
All ladles are
cordially InTlted
President:   Mrs. F. Constantino.
Sec-Treasurer: Mrs. 8. Taylor.
I. 0. 0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 41
Meets every
L Monday night at
I The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. G.      -      -     E. 0. Dlngley
Rcc. Sec.    -    -    W. C. Adlard
H. C. LONG't***.
Fashionable Ladles' and Gents'
Merchant Taller.
Chinese Fancy Goods and Silk.
Van Home St., Cranbrook
Phone 41G P.O. Box 447
I1EST   WORKMANSHIP
FIT GUARANTEED
C.  JOE   BROS.
MERCHANT TAILORS
LADIES'   AND   GENTLEMEN'S
FINE TAILORING
('LEANING AND PRESSING
Cninlirook Street
Opposite tho Bank of Commerce
Montana Restaurant
Minis at All Hours
Cigars cigarettes nnd Candles
Cranbrook Ml.    -     l'houe Ml
Opp. Bank of Commerce
For coughs take half a tca-
Bpoon of Miiiard's internally
in molasses, For sore throat
nnd chest heat and rub well
into nffectcd parts. For cold
in head heat aud inhale.
cVinerd't shoo quite relief        4S
jp^r   im     ~
WHY   OPERATE 1
When HBPATOLA
■Loom In 24 hours without ptUn «d
relieve* appendlcltu, etomich ud
liver troublw. ConUine no polion.
Not sold by druggliti.
MBS. GEO. 8. ALMAi
Bolt KtnufnctUMr
HO Fourth Ate., Bo., BuUloon, iMk.
Pitoe MM
Shirley spent a few days in I'ran-
brook last week, visiting MrB, (.'has
Smith.
Mrs. P. A. Frcurlckuon was hostess
at a very enjoyable party Saturday
afternoon. Among thoso present
were Mesdames AllnTtsmi, Crowe,
Caldwell, Bralthwaite, Chomat, and
others.
St. Patrick's Day was celebrated In
royal fashion by upwards ol fifty of
thu Wycliffe children on Saturday uf
ternoon ut a party held in the Club.
(James and contests wero the order of
(he afternoon, and ut five o'clock the
children were served with Ice cream
and cake. The little folks are anxious for more parties just like it.
Mrs. C, 0. Staples and children left
for Spokane on Sunday for a few
days' holiday.
Barney Kiernan, our gonial fore
man ut Hcudquurters Camp, spent the
week-end in f'runbrook and Wycliffe
We hate to Insinuate anything, but
Barney wus feeling awful queer on
Monday.
P. Bourgeolse of Slocan City joined
tho ollleo staff of tho Otis Staples
Lumber Company last week In tlu
capacity of stenographer.
— r | ■ -
Among the Wycliffo people who at
tended the Masquerade Bull on Krl
day night were Mlsa Agnes Reekie
Messrs. J., Jones, Walter Staples, B
Johnson, and P. Franzen.
THESE AD. WBITEltS
"Tho house shortage Is still some
thing awful."
"Oh. I don't think It Is acute."
"Don't, huh?    Well, listen to this
want ad.:  'Lady wishes to share kennel with some dog owner.'"
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Phone 810
P.O. Bci MS
B. A. M00RH0USE
A.M.E.I.C, * B.C.L.S.
PBOT. LAND SURVEYOR
Cranbrook    -     •     -B.C.
DR. W.A.FERGIE
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning Block
Phone 07.    Office Bonn:
• to U, 1 to t p.m.  Sate.
HE   t
lloek (
imi      |
Urn. Green & MacKinnon
l'hjmlruins and Surgeons
Office  at  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoon.   2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DB. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
• lo 11 a.m.     1 to t p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. M A C PII E B 8 O N
Undertaker
rhoneUO
Berber; An, aeit ki CHr Hall
From
Vegetables
To Milk
It's a Himill thliiR to remember and a big thing to carry
out—If each citizen wilt al
least try British Columbia
made things first. Experts
agree (and your own taste
will too) that many B.C. food
products are superior to any
put up in America. Quaker
Brand cans Golden Bnntam
Corn on the cob that Is dell-
cioos. Pacific Milk is recognized as the finest In flavor
and among the richest canned In the whole world. Pen-
nut Butter made here Is far
superior to imported brands.
It Means MILLIONS TO a C.
to Eat nnd Use Her Product*.
Pacific JVUiiTCo., Ltd.
Ha** Otto, Vancouver, B.C.
raetorlee al Aeeetefore ana Leaner.
Baptist Churct)
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SoNBAVi AlAiilU  2J
11 a.m.—Morning  Service:
"CHRIST,   THE   LIUHT   OF
THE  WORLD"
11'  noon — Sunday  School.
7.:!0 p.m.- Eveutng Service;
"AN  AWFUL BAPTISM"
CALGARY EXPECTS BIO
VOLUME OK TOURIST
BUSINESS THIS YKAli
Looks To New Highway Link
To Opon Door To Auto
Visitors
A recent issue of the Calgary Herald illumined an urticle on the tourist possibilities for this coming sea-
sou in connection with the circular
motor trip through the Canadian
Rockies, which the completion of the
Banff - Windermere Road has made
possible.
Accompanying the article wus one
of lhe new maps which have been prepared showing the complete circular
tour, and giving the distance iu all
as ut)7 miles.
Tho fact that the tourist business
is getting notice accorded to it of this
itiud is evidence that it is beginning
to make itself felt us un Influence iu
tlie district, and that thoso who have
een advocating paying more attention to the tourists have not been over
optimistic in their statements, to
what is true of Calgary being equally
true ul' other places.
The article iu the Calgary Herald
read iu part us follows:
'Some realization of tlie huge benefit a which will accrue to business
men of Calgary from tourist trade, us
i result of the completion and otlU-iui
opening of tlio Banff - Wiudermere
highway ou June 80th, is beginning to
aryslulHze us facts and figures are
being gathered showing what tourist
tratllc und resultant trade has meant
to other sections of the continent.
According to figures secured from
Ottawa, aud comprrlsons made there
was a .15 per cent. Increase in the
tourist traffic in 1922 over that of 1921
and with the completion of the Western Canada Circle Tour and also the
Li rand Circle Tour, which Includes
California points, this Increase should
fade into insignificance In janother
year.
THE TOURIST CHOP
"It has been said that the state of
California considers its first tourist
crop of greuter vulue than its fruit
crop, great as is the latter.
"It is impossible to determine precisely the amount -of tourists who
came across the border lu 1922, yet
authentic figures from Ottawa show
the number of American cars that entered the main ports of entry, namely
Coutts, Kingsgate and Newgate. There
are other points at which It was Impossible to keep au accurate check
and these figures do not take Into calculation the tratllc from tourists who
joHrueyed by train.
"According to these figures there
were -1(12 American cars with American licenses, which passed through
Coutts; G71 passed through Kings-
gate, and 150 came through .Newgate.
Statistics for Twin Lakes, which is the
entrance point for tralllc over the
Blue Trail north of Olacler Park,
Montana, are not available, but generally the Influx there is equal to thut
ut Kingsgate. Figuring three persons
to (lie car, tliis represents nearly
5.200 tourists at a time when there
was no special Inducement to make
the trip.
WHEAT rossilULITIIS
"Considering only tiie Canadian Cfr-
olo Tour, which runs from Cranbrook
through Pernie ami crow's Nest tn
MacLeod, then north to Calgary, west
io I la ii ft  ami then south  through  in-
.•ermine hack lo Cranbrook, iiiIh
ihotlltl prove ot enormous value, lint
thoro is also ihe Grand circle Tour,
.vhich Is a round trip affair from Los
Angeles io Calgary ami back, nnd It
can easily be seen how much greater
Hie possibilities will be.
"Tho drum! Circle Tour, described
briefly, und sturting ut Los Angeles,
extends east und reaches to (Jraud
Canyon Park In Arizona, then north
through Utah and Salt Lake City up
to Yellowstone Park, in tlie northwest corner of Wyoming, touches
Great Falls, Montana, und then reaches north through Glucier Park to MacLeod, where it becomes the same as
the Canadian Circle Tour. It passes
out of Canada at Kingsgate and goes
south to Spokane, down through Walla
Walla district, and south to Oakland.
Cal., and touches the Important cities
along tho Puclflc coast from there to
Los Angeles. Either one of these
tours are hound to lie Immensely popular with tourists, as they embrace
the greatest scenic trips on the American continent.
"Through assistance given by the
city of Calgary uml other places, fifty
thousand maps showing both circle I
tours will bo distributed gratis
throughout the United States this;
spring.
ALL CASH BUSINESS
"Emphasis is being laid on tho fact
that ull business which results from
tourist traffic is cash business, and it
Is urged that business men should
develop u plan to secure tlie business
of every tourist that passes through
the city,
"That the roads through the states
of Idaho nnd Montana on tho Grand
Circle Tour are to be improved by
those stutes is assured in a recent
letter from the Commissioner of National Parks, Ottawa, who has taken
this mutter up with tho heads of departments In both Montana and Idaho
and received word that attention will
be promptly paid to this mutter."
From Millionairess To Milliner
>viniu;i.mi:hi: minks
to resume operations
Tills  COMING  SEASON
Several Properties Have lleon
Pul On Shipping Basis During Tin- Lost Year
Mrs. Anne Stlllman, recently
divorced wife of James A. Still-
man. ex-president of America's*
great bank, The National City
Bank of N, \\. has opened a mil
linery shop. Her two boj'B Baby
Guy and Alexander, are with her,
Mrs, Stlllman successfully repudiated all charges of her husband
lu the iensutlotial divorce suit
Bllver-lend ore, running about $70 per resumed   construction   work   on   the
ton.    It in estimated  that seveu or115th,   Thoro are ul present a few men
eight cur-loads more can easily be extracted, but tbo severe weather of the
last few weeks interfered seriously
wllli operations und thu properly was
closed down until next souson.
Isaac Group, also on No. ;; Creek, Is
under option to John Couglnn iV Sous,
ship builders of Vancouver, and ship-
(Spokaue Mining Truth) ped a car-load of ore running about
T. li. Kerrulsh. manager of the 1100 to the ton.
Inter-provincial Mines Development The Ptarmigan Mine, owned by the
<'".. Ltd., of Vancouver, B.C., was In Fnrnham Estato of New York, has
Spokane a short time ago on his way heen closed down for nearly twenty
to the Coenr d'Alcne district, where J'0111'8' Wr KerrulBh examined the
ho Investigated leasing opportunities, property during tbe summer months
Ills company bus been operating the ao(* believes it would make a large
Xlp und Tuck mine at tho head -jf1 mino under proper development con-
McDonald Creek, a brunch of Horse dltlOUB, Approximately 4,000 or 5,000
Thief Creek, adjoining the Ptarmigan! foot oE work lias already been done,
Mine, 28 miles from Wiudermere, in and there Is considerable ore in sight
tlie Bast Kootenay district. ready for extraction.
The property Is held under a three' Tll° *,nst Bea80n has boen one oE tho
year bond for $17,000, from March, b08t in thfl 1,istor>r °r tlie EllHt Koot-
1D22, upon which two payments have enay e01llltr-v' development work hav-|
employed, but is Is understood thnt.
the works will be running full blusl
within u few duys, and that a targe
number of men will be necessary lo
complete tho plant by tho fall.
KLKO  HAPPENINGS
Mr. Baby left Friday for Spokane,
wliero he. will be connected with the
Diamond Match Company.
mm
Tlie  Ounce  Friduy evening was a
big success, music being supplied by
Mr.   und
brook.   -
.Mrs.   Kdiiiourlson   of   Cran-
olreatly been made.   Operations were Ing baen very ''"''""^"n "' ^VlM;il
commenced lust July and a force 0£ directions,
four or live men was employed' con- —
tlnuously until severe weather recent-'*    *    •
ly forced a shut down. |*
As u result of these operations a
Hi ton carload of silver-lead ore bus
been shipped lo Trail Smelter. It is
estimated that It will run around 56
per cent, lend annd from 70 to 7a ozs.
silver. Tho ore is rawhided about
half a mile to the foot of the mountain aud then conveyed 28 miles over
an excellent wagon road io Windermere, where it is transferred to the
Columbia Valley branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Paradise mine, the largest producer
in the immediate district, has been
working at high pressure since tiie
latter part of 1922 with a pay roll of
aboul 40 men—more than ul any time
In the previous history of the mine.
Eight teams are employed hauling ore
aud it Is said that 1,000 tons Is ready
for shipment, at the mine. Tho ore is
u silver-lead carbonate averaging around $60 a ton. Randolph Bruce, a
pioneer operator of the district, Is
principal owner and manager.
The Steele group, on No. 3 Creek
was operated during 11)22 by tho Alice
Arm Molding Co., of Vancouver, B.C.,
and shipped two car-loads of sulphide
SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO
THK 'MAIL SMELTER
Following Is u statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter for the
period   during   March   8th   to 14th
inclusive:
Name of Mine and Locality.         Tons
Black Hock, Northport, Wn  72
Fred Bowden, Chopaku, B.C  12
Galena Farm, Silverton, B.C.  ... 29
Henderson Group, Smitbers, B.C. 27
Krao, Alnsworth, B.C  18
Knob Hill, Republic, Wn  159
Lone Pine Surpriso Last Chance,
Republic, Wn  108
Paradise, Lake Windermere, B.C. 43
Roseberry Surprise  (lead), New
Denver,  B.C  51
Roseberry Surprise   (zinc), New
Denver, B.C  90
Surprise, Republic, Wn  104
Silversmith  (lead), Sandon, B.C. 78
MeJctetM.
MOTHiNG   IS    MUSIC
TO    SOM£   l*e\H%  EARS
BUT     SAlMH   /VOTES.
A). Morelll ami (). Uiikki ol Seattle
arrived Saturday, Tliey ure connected wllli the contracting company who
An Acute Attack
Quickly Helped
Montreal Lady Rubs Away Her
Cold  Trouble*  With
Vicks
Miss Lachonce, of 1142 Wellington
Street, Verdun, Montreal, Que., says
"I bad occasion to use Vicks VapoRub
during tho winter, while suffering
from acute I^Grlppe, aud It gave me
are driving the tunnel for the power Instant relief. 1 used li as per dlrec-
compuuy, und they expect within u tlons on label and also rubbed it over
few days to commence operations aching spots—throat, joints, forehead
with a big force of men. laud around tlie nose for cold in the
— bead—and found it very beneficial In
Mr. H. F.  Lutz of Montreal spent'every way.    It was recommended to
Friday evening in Elko.
Mr. Q. Jack of Calgary was a visitor
on Wednesday.
Mrs. W. Morrison relumed Monday
after spending three months at Spo
kane and Yakima with her parents.
Mr. Jack Colvin, tho boot man from
Vancouver, spent a few days in Klko
and district.
mm
Mr. W. Calllday of Fernie, with the
Power Company, is busy with a gang
of men working on the new transformer pole line.
Mr.   H.   W.   Minton   of  Fernie
spending a few days lu Elko.
Mr. und Mrs. Batten and family of
Minneapolis were Klko visitors on
Monday. They left thnt evening for
Fernie, but will be returning to Elko
in a few duys.
Mr. J. C. Brady of Crnnbrook spent
Wednesday iu Elko and Wuldo.
Tlie Hast Kootenay Power Company
mc by a irlend who uses lt ns a family
remedy all the time.
Vicks VupoHub comes in salve form
and for bead or chest colds you just
apply It over throat and chest and
cover with u warm flannel cloth. The
body heat releases vapors that nre Inhaled all night long Into the throat
and lungs —- Menthol, Camphor,
Thyme, Eucalyptus, und Turpentine.
Vicks is also absorbed through and
stimulates the skin, aiding the vapors
to relieve congestion. Usually colds
go In one night and croup is commonly
relieved in 15 minutes.
By invitation of the manufacturers,
fifteen thousand families in Canada
tried Vicks lust winter for cold troubles, the only condition being thut
they would report results. The above
is just one or Ihe enthusiastic reports
received. Tho above statement Is Just
one of dozens that can be quoted right
In Cranbrook.
At ull drug stores, 50c. a jar. For
a free test size package, write Vlck
Chemical Co., 344 St. Paul St., W.
Montreal, P.Q.
Though Vicks is new In Canada, it
enjoys a remarkable sale. Over 17
million Jars used yearly.
PROSPECTIVE CANADIANS ABOARD THE "MONTCALM"
Among the passengers on the Canadian Pacific liner "Moncalm" on her last westward passage across
the Atlantic were sixty-three boys from the sheltering homes, Liverpool, who were en route lo the Sheltering
Home, Belleville. Every child was in possession of kit bags containing a splendid outfit for commencing their
careers in the Dominion end, as will be seen from the photograph above, they were an exceptionally ibe type
oi youngster. Assimilation at their age being easy, they should prove a valuable Meet to Canada'* ,
populace. A party of Solvation Army worker, were also aboard, oi which 21 ware death** for <
Canada, 32 for foiot* ia Ontario and 6 for the United Statu. Tho* we* aaae ttrM I
on hoard.   >  . .   .. .. , __. (•  ** er*,(
SUvorsmllli (zlno), Sandon, B.C. 305
Standard (load), Silverton, B.C. 90
Standard (zinc), silverton, B.C...    45
Whitewater, Rotallack, B.0     36
Company Mines   G.923
Total  8,189
I
After Every Meal
WRKjLEYS
In work or
play. It gives
Ihe poise and
steadiness that
mean success.
It helps digeotloa,
allays Iblral, keeping the mouth cool
and moist, the throat
muscles relaxed
aad pliant and tha
nerves al ease.
FOR
ABETTER
.SCORE,
"Cascarets" 10c
Best Laxative
for Bowels
To clean out your bowels without
cramping or overacting, take Cascarets. Sick Headache, biliousness, gas-
es, indigestion, sour, upset stomach,
und all such distress gone by morning.
Nicest physic on earth for grown-ups
and children. 10c. a box. Taste like
candy.
S
Lift Off with Fingers
Doe.n't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freefone" on an aching corn, blatantly that corn .top. hurting, than
•hortly you lift It right oft with linger..   Truly I
Your druggist sella a tiny bottle ol
"Freefone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, .oft com,
or corn between the toes, and the eel-
Isjmo, without sokum. or iTitattno,
If Baby is Pat—
watch well for chafing and
irritations of the skin. Many
skin troubles will be avoided
by careful washing with
BABFS0WN
SOAP
AUEHT  SOAPS   LIMITED
THE PARISIAN
LEVIES' TAILORS
Wo make, clean or prcaa I.iulleH"
DrcH.eH. FJttlng KUnrnnleed.
Wo make to order I .allies' underwear and Men's shirts. All hind.
China and Jnpanose Silk Goods.
CIIAIIMK WAII
MONTANA UKSTAURANT BLK.
CKANHIIOOK 8TBEET
Opposite tho Bunk of Commerce
i'linne 201.   P.O. Box 533
L. D. Cafe
(Utile Davenport)
When you wish something good
to eat go to the "L.D."
ODB    FBICKS   AU    BMH.T Friday, March 28, 1923
THE CRANHBOOK HERALD
PAGE IIVI
Fresh Milk & Whipping Cream
80C HALF I'INT
If not satisfied will return the
money.
('. liODDF.KIN    -    -    Suit Tel.
P.O. URGE CAREFUL PACK
1X(I AMI ADDRESSING OF
EASTER MAIL MATTEB
SO^ei
"   IU TUf «■****.
IN TNE.STRIPED PACKAGE
-as dainty
as iis name
'THE NORTH WEST BliCUIT COMPANY LT
A MILLION
DOLLAR BABY
Naturady, tiiose who sec this head-
ins; expect to read about some "baby
heir" of an American multi-millionaire,
and they will be surprised to learn that
such a description applies to a scientific
pyorrhea preventative, tooth and mouth
(.reparation, and they will doubtless
wonder how such a product ever came
to be spoken of as a "million dollar
baby." So the story must be told.
Over three yean agp, the Research
Department of the Rexnll Company,
In consultation wit h chemical specialists,
began an exhaustive Investigation into
the disease Pyorrhea, and its proper
treatment, and in their characteristically thorough way spent over two
years before they perfected a compound
which answered every test, according
lo their high standards. Such a remarkable demand has been created t hat t hey
have named it "tin- Million Dollar
Baby." Probably no preparation :!:.'
Is devised for use as a [em, combatter
was found bo efficacious In preventing
all contagious diseases that enter the
system through the mouth ami nose as
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic. Especially
was it proved thai users of il completely
escaped all attacks of the (In wnen so
prevalent last year. This llexall product can be purchased in J v. and bOo
special toilet bottles at
BEATT1E-NOBLE  DKOG  00.
— The Itexall Store —
{'UANnUOOK     -     - B.C.
Where It pcjR to d**l
Cnnbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro?. Uovt.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
UBS. A. riUlUOKIt,  Matron.
Qbrden Aveuue      - 1'lioue 251
MONUMENTS
CaM'BKM.   *   BITCBII
MONIOKNTAL  CO.
Melnea
JOHN OARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
Full Linn of Will Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 401) at all hour.
MUNHKOOK    .    .    .    B.O.
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Hlli'a
First Class  Work Guaranteed.
(From The Posl omco Weekly
Bulletin)
Baster is coming near again—the
festival ol hope and sprlug tlmo. How
| the youngsters love to gel those tW-
cinatlng   Waster   cards,   with   their
snow-white bunnies nml fluffy yellow
chicks, or a wonderful chocolate Bus*
ter ecu.   Mall time al Easter Is uexl
thliiR lo Christmas to them,
And to tlio older people —well, at
t  li  murks dollnltoiy tho ending
of tho long mid winter; Urn pontine
:0MB HAIR AND IT
STAYS COMBED, GLOSSY
Irenselcsa Combing Cream Coots Only
Few Cents a Jar at any Drug Store
Even obstinate, unruly or shampooed
hair stays combed all day in any style
you like. "Hair-Groom" is a dignified
combing cream which gives that natural
gloss and well-groomed effect to your
'r—that final touch to good dress both
in husiness and on social occasions.
Millions use greaseless, stainless
"Hair-Groom" because it does not slum-
on the hair.    It is absorbed  by the
lp,  therefore the  hair  remains
soft and pliable and so natural that'
one can possibly tell you used it.   Not
sticky or smelly.
of BUUBbiny days, and (lowers, and
new growth of all kinds; to some,
perhaps, a flutter in new raiment, to
match the radiant sunshine.
Bul besides all these more frivolous
considerations, comes the deeper und
the real significance ot Oils season—
the reminder nf the first Easter and]
all II has meant in mankind.
Remember tlio kiddles when the
time comes. Send them at least a
post card of the real holiday kind, or
perhaps u nice liig chocolate, egg to,
divide among them. If you send the!boen 80,"E on.for ™me
ogg though, be sure thai It is carefully done up for malting, In a substantial box with bus ut fluffy packing, so
iliat it will arrive in good condition
and tho youngsters won't Just have to
try io imagine what it SHOULD have
looked like,   And If the other friends
I,
(,.>V.V.A. MASQUE HAIL        ICIiEF CLUB ENTEilTAIN-
DRAWS BIG CROWD OF MEKT  PLANNED   FOR
DANCERS FRIDAY  LAST; EARLY   XEXT   HOSTH
back, Justifying the Clef Club ■
'We make it  snnppj   and ki  n "em
liom
i il'tc
If the spirit of Ireland's palror
saint was floating anywhere around
ICranbrook oil Friday evening Ia8t, it
iwould have ai least been assured thnt
it was not forgotten, to judge from
the number attending the Ureal War
Veterans' dance on St. Patrick's Eve.
Preparations for the big event had
me, aud nothing was left uiidon
successful evening. That the efforts
|of the Veterans met with success can
bo judged from the fact thai the
dance had to lie carried on un r, a.m.
In order to satisfy those in attendance.
....:...... ... ,t thi.il H waa the largest and mosl successive outgrown the »sweat|ful tnasquorado held In Cranbrook for
olhor days, tliey will cer-
least appreciate getting o
l or a letter from you, par
perhaps, the older people,
specially need remember*
i are
j some tlmo. Nearly everybody mas
tqued, and almoal every character lui
aglliable was represented in llie cos
I tunu*s. There was the lady from fat
off Turkey, the girl from lhe Geisha
April
The musical untertalnmoui
by the Clot Club fnr Tliursd
f-tli is promised to be the finest yet!
offered by thti popular organization!
A number of works, the nature of
which require a high standard of ability for ibeir presentation, and hence'
are not frequently attempted, will be
put forward on this occasion, together
with a complete program of miscellaneous nature, running right down to!
jazz -as it should be jazzed.
There will also bo some Innovations]
In musical entertainment, tiie nature
of which will bo divulged In due
course. The whole will provide two
solid hours or more of enjoyment for
all tastes, and slnnild receive wholehearted support,
li is pointed oui that ihis will be
EDMQNUSGN'S ROOKIE 4
have received Incest Waltz nnd
^\
NEW
Flrsl
g. ami  whom we sometimes over-,
,,|( I squaw had her represent
And whatever you send, be sure to
get It mailed iu plenty of time. There
illl bo a lot of other people's cards
nd letters and parcels travelling abut iu that last few days before Easter, and getting everything away in
good   time  carefully  addressed,  and
with the right amount of postage on
il, helps your postal service to give
you tlie best results and makes for
happiness  all  round.
JkeA
An EXTRA Packet oi SHEDS
with every
Exhibition Collection
SWEET  PEAS
12 Packets—30 seeds In each
Kltr-hle's Held Medal Varieties — regularly 15c. each—
Till: 12 FOR tl.no. ami extra package for good measure
This collection Includes:- •
pure white, deep pink, crimson, bright blue, carmine,
mauve, blush lilac, maroon,
pale pink, purplo, cream, piloted edge, and cerise red.
These varieties are the most
distinct and beautiful Of all
Sweet Peas.
Write for our Catalogue and
Seed  Guide for  full   list   of
flower and vegetable seeds,
Take advantage of
this   money  saving offer to-day.
l,and coming nearer home tbe Indian
Tbei
there was Miss Powder Puff, and Brit
tan la was there iu her majesty, iniu
gllng with the clowns from the (ileus. Cream of Wheat was also then
advertising his wares. Miss Sham
rock in a very attractive dress Milted
here and there through the crowd, and
kept Ireland's national flower evei
remembrance.
The Judges had great difficulty
arriving at a decision, the costumes
all being of such exceptionally high
order. The prize winners were as fol
lows: R Sherman as Valentino won
the best character prize for gentlemen. Miss Ethel Williams as A Turkish Lady, best chnracter lady. H
Fyles as an Irishman won the Best
Comic Gentlemen's prize, and Mrs.
Harold Brown as a Squaw, won the
Best Comic Lady.
The music for the occasion was
supplied by the Robinson Dance Or
ehestra, and was so much enjoyed
that even at S o'clock in the morning
some wero lonth to go home.
The   refreshments   were   ull   that
mouths In St. Eugene Hospital, leav-j could  be desired,  and  the G.W.V.A.
ing tliaL Institution last November.     (are indebted to many ladles who very
On Saturday evening he was taken kindly assisted lu this most important
II at tho Montana Cafe, and the pro- feature  of  the  evening's   entertain.-
OLD TIME RESIDENT
DIES SUDDENLY AT THE
HOSPITAL ON SUNDAY
On Sunday morning there died at
the St. Eugeno Hospital one of the
pioneers of the district in the person
of Fred Carrie.
Deceased was formerly a saw mill
setter, but recently has been driving
teams for the Staples and other lumber companies in the vicinity. A little over a year ago he suffered a par-
ytic   stroke   and   was   for   twelve
ment.
An Interesting fact in
with tho prizes awarded wi
were all hand carved by
members of the Assoclatio
connection
s that they
one of lhe
i. Mr. Wil-
I"
prfetors, mistakenly thinking him under the influence of liquor, asked him
to leave. This ho did and after silling for some time In a semi-clnsclous
condition, he was found by Mr. R. C.
McClure, who with assistance touk'linm Lewis. The gent
him over to the Cross Keys Hotel, smoker's stand; the ladies' prize was
where for some time he has been Ia flower stand; the gout's, comic
-laying.    After efforts were made to candlesticks;   and   the   ladles'   comic
I revive him the ambulance was called, was a set of egg cups.
and he was removed to the hospital,  •-*--* ■
whero  he  Biieonmbed  (ho  following    Mr. nnd Mrs. quy Mnhaftoy have ta-
mornlug. Udn u,e \lQn oq^ house on Hurwell
Tlie deceased so far as Is known,: Avenue for a time, and moved iu last
{has no relatives in the west, his for-] week-end.     Mr. Mahaffey's moth or, of
mer homo being near Ottawa, Ont.     j Stealer, Alln. and her mother arrived
Arrangements for tlie funeral have! In the clly the end of last week ami
not yet beon mad.'. j have been visiting with them.
Send Now!
niimiiiimiiimiimiiiiHiii
mfeL
fefaw"' *' "
SPECIAL!       SPECIAL!       SPECIAL!
GIRLS!       IIAll!     APPEARS
BEAUTIFUL AT ONCE
A Gleam; Muss of
l.imiriiii.l Hull*
At OHCe You can transform even
plain, dull. Hut hair. Ynu can have it
abundant, soft, glossy and full of life.
Just gel a 86 ceni liottlc of "Dandur-
fue" at any drug sinrc. Then moisten
a soft cloth wiih the "Danderlne" nnd
draw this through your hair, tukiug
one Htnull strand at a time. Instantly,
yes, Immediately, you have doubled
the beauty of your hair. It will he u
mass, ao soft, lustrous and so easy to
do up. All dust and excessive oil is
removed.
Let "Danderlne" pul new life, vigor
and brightness in your hair. This
stimulating tonic will freshen your
scalp, check dandruff aud falling hair
and help your hair to grow long,
thick, strong and beautiful.
P.O. Vox 810
****m0**m0**m0*
SPECIALl
CANNED FOOD WEEK
. case; or ii tins 96c
case; or ii tins $1.10
case; or fi tins $1.15
Donalco Corn, $3.ti.r> rase; $1,86 i
Donalco Peas, $1.20 case; $2.15 '/(
Donalco Beans, $4.15 case; $2.25 ]
Donalco Raspberries—
$8.86 case; $4.45 K. case; li tins $2.25; 3 tins $1.15
Donalco Strawberries  Same as Raspberries
Donalco Peaches—
2s, $6,60 case; $3.30 tc. case; 6 tins $l.i!5; 3 tins 86c
Donalco Pears—
2s. $0.85 ease; $3.45 \:. case; 6 tins $1.95; 3 tins 90c
Donalco Salmon, Is, 12 tins $5; 6 tins $2.55; 3 tins $1.30
Donalco Salmon, Us, 12 tins $2.50; 6 for $1.30; 3, Hoc
ANOTHER SPECIAL IN APPLES
Jonathans, domestic pack, per box (11.50
Wagners, No, l, per box  2.00
Northern Spys, No. 1, per box   £.35
These ale just in and the quality is splendid
Sec Window Display
Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Celery, Cauliflower, Green
onions, and Rhubard
(lilt CANNED FOOD OFFEB FOB ONE WEEK OM.Y
So be sure to get your order in early, and while
the supply Is plentiful
John Manning
CAlt LOAD OF NASH
\K\V MODEL AUTOS
AIMtlVES THIS WEEK
Messrs. Itatcllffo <t Stewart, the
loeal agents, this week received a
ear load shipment of new mode! Nash
ears, the first carload shipment Of
these high grade ears to come to the
City. The shipment includes the
smart Nash Sport models, and also
the conventional touring car models.
These ears embody the distinctive
Nash features, and nre well worth
looking at.
History was made recently for the
Nash company, it is stated, when
two solid tralnloads of Nash ears, the
greatest single shipment of autos In
tho history of California, arrived on
the Puelfle. coast. This record shipment was necessitated by the unprecedented demand for the Nash on the
Pacific coast. The two trains consisted of 110 automobile ears fifty
feel -in length, carrying in all 515
Nash cars. The value of these cars
delivered to the retailers was approximately $1,000,000.
Tho shipment wiih made up of the
new model Nash fours und sixes.
ed latest Waltz \
Fox Trol tilts
KATES  l"or Town   Dances  After April
Special Prices for Big Dances
PHONE 390 BOX 522
"Tin: Musip with tin: pei»»
CORPORATION OF IHE GUI OP CRANBROOK
DOG LICENSES
Owners of dogs are hereby notified that Dog Licenses and tags can be obtained al ihe City Clerk's Office.
On ami after April 1 si all Dogs on whose behalf no
License has been taken oui will be subject to impounding
and being destroyed.
By Order of the
Polic
Cranbrook, B.C,
March 22, :
Commissioners,
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk,
1-5
TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN
After March 20th I shall
not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my
wife or children.
.1. .1. Fcnnessey.
4-i
IF STOMACH IS
TROUBLING YOU
Instantly I    End Indigestion
or Stomach Misery with
"Pape's Diapepsin"
Buy NOW Pay Later
No longer <i
ns a cheque for
you behind Iho 8
in 12 equal moutl
You really only p
earn the rest.
i ynu have to wall for your FORI) until you ran ham!
the full amount    A payment of one-third down puts
Bteorlng wheel ot any model.   The balance you pay
payments.   Take advantage of this plan TO-DAY,
tlie initial payment.   Your FORD will m«*r*> ttou
Complete Stock oi Xen and £ud FORD Can.     See What We Han-.
HANSON GARAGE
r
As soon ns you eat a tablet or two;
Pape's Wapopsln" ynnr Indigestion Is gone! Heavy pain, heartburn,
flatulence, guBses, palpitation, or any:*
misery from a sour stomach ends.
Correct your stomach anil digestion
for a few cents. Ench package guar- t _
anteeel by druggist.  |
Telephone U
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
CRANKROOK, ll.C.
SPECIAL SALE
Two Thousand Pieces of English Crockery,  Including
Plates and Platters In different sizes, Sugar Bowls, Fruit
llishes, at prices never heard of before,   lt will be worth
your while to see these.
On Sale Damaged
by water and smoke in the Great West Saddlery Co.'s
Fire, Calgary.
Men's Khaki Pants at  »5c. and I1.S0
Gloves, damaged by fire and water, per pair  80c.
Heavy Wool Mittens, $1.50 value  Sale Price 85c.
All Wool Socks, white, $1.00 value Sale Price 50c.
Trunks, Suit Cases and Club Bags at One-Third OfT.
B. WESTON'S Store
THK NTOIIK THAT SELLS FOR LESS
Venezia
Bowling Alley
1
A  111. HI II II
given away for the
in three game
JARDINIERE STAND will
Lady making the highest &<■<
of Ten Pins.
be
For the Geiiilfiuan  making the best seorv
fen ri..a a SJIOKER'S STAND is being offered.
Those prizes
games.
arc being offered for three straight
Starling Thursday.
Saturday, April 21st.
March 22nd, and closing on
]
KLu/mmfti .niV n»iV ii»^'M-W«»»***J*V>****<V^*»*»JtV*
W. D. Hill's Easter Showing
Suits and Dresses
Extremely good looking, well tailored suits with lhe lines of trim correctness that make them suitable for thu
greatest variety of occasions. We are
showing ihe straight silhouette, the
Hal back and those clever touches that
distinguish a suit from the ordinary.
Sizes 86 to 11.
Nearly every new fashion note from
the leading Eastern designers Is represented in our showing of new spring
frocks. Smart In new ways; some
slim and of straight line; others frilly
and flounced. Materials are Flat
Crepe, Paisley and Printed Silks and
Sal in-faced Canton Crepes.
Spring Coats
An Importation of new spring coals
just received, consists of faultlessly
tailored quality garments of Scotch
ami Irish fleeced cheviots. These slip-
on models are iu box-back design; the
drape producing the smart, distinctive
effect.
These new coats come in raglan,
box, top-coat and loose-backed models,
In natural beaver and plaided effects.
Also coats of belted and English raglan types, vent or patch pockets. Natural or beaver colorH.
|»J»    ■■ftl.aT.Hjfc    m*    ii A    M A) ■'*A"ii*<J>ft,>"»11    V1"    *»" PAGE  SIX
THE   CKANIIROOK   HERALD
Friday, i
23, 1023
BY     BEALE =» ELWELL.
The   Rented   Palace   Furnishes None of the Comforts of the Home You
Really   aud   Truly
Call Your Own
G. Nice Cottage on Watt
Avenue, with two bed
rooms;  one lot   #000
7. Cottage   and   Lot
50 x I5U rt. in Ward-
man   Addition,   witli
garage,  four rooms. .$860
8, Ii Collages on Est-
uiere Addition to Kimberley. Monthly rental $32; large lot. For
the bunch   #950
II. 2 story Residence
3 Lots and Garage,
3 bed rooms, sleeping
porch.    Cheap at ..#2400
10. Alodern Residence and 0 Lots, 4
bed rooms, up to date
in every way; garage and stable #4000
Other listings can be seen
on application
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Exclusive
China
You will make no mistake by looking over our
New Lines of FANCY
CHINA and GUT GLASS.
Our
1)7  PIECE  OPEN   STOCK
DINNER SETS
from England will suit lhe
particular person.
Price     #45.00 Set
TRY THK DRUU STOKE FIRST
HASLAM
The Druggist
riione III
W nre Prompt   We are Cnrofni
. Cecal nm.
Insure with Beule &. Elwoll.
Tii-nlulit — Ihe Smr — ••Timber.*'
Doughnuta und Coffee, ulao Sale ot
Hume Cooking by the ladles of the
Home League, In the Salvation Army
Hall on Saturday, 3 to 7 p.m. 4
The Junior Choir of the Meihodisi
I Church will hold a ten mul cuudy sale
t i lie Parsoniipe on Hanson Avenue
i uu Saturday, March 31st, from 3 to
[ ti p.m. 3-4
O me and enjoy a eup of coffee and
some fresh made doughnuts at the
Salvation Army Hull next Saturday,
March Uth. Also take with you some
home ma tlu cooking for Ihe weekend. 4
v. IS,  Robertson and p. B, Urqu
lnil'dl of Vancouver, have been In tlie
city this week Inspecting the brnncli
of lhe Royal Hank here.
Watch for "H.M.S. Pinafore."
3tf
!■:vtru KiM-diil!
Saturday and Monday only —Table
glasses, regular $1.50 doz., special
10c each or $1.00 doz.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
Easter
is Coming
FOK  GOOD  FRIDAY
Order your Hot Cross Huns Now
For   Hie   last   lfi  years
DALE'S   NOTED   HOT   CROSS
BUNS   have  been  the  favorites ',
FAVORS, NOVELTIES, EASTER BASKETS, BUN-
NIES, CHICKS, CANDIES, &c.
COME TO HEADQUARTERS
THE    PATRICIA
in  Cranbrook.
DALE'S
KOOTENAI  BREAD
THY IT. PHONE M
Bargains in
SEWING   MACHINES
Never Before, and perhaps never again will you have
a chance to buy Sewing Machines Retail at a Wholesale price.   Terms Cash.   Sale Closes Saturday night.
We have good reason tor olTerilig these Mnehllies at. a Sacrifice.
Come Early and get your nick.     Every Machine Is Warranted.
7 Drawer Drop Head Singer, latest style   #15.00
7 Drawer Drop Head Singer, golden oak, like new   89.50
7 Drawer Drop Head Slngor, golden oak, woodwork
slightly stained    •*"*>
7 Drawer Drop Head, golden oak. perfect In every
way, except woodwork being marred   28.011
6 Drawer Eaton, dark oak, automatic lift   10.00
5 Drawer Eldridge. golden oak, automatic lift   oiM
Don't Forget —Sale Closes SATURDAY NIGHT.
TERMS CASH.     Every Machine Warranted.    COME EARLY.
White Sewing Machine Store
19B Armstrong Avenue A. L. Bryan, Agent
=5
h
Buy DONALCO Brand
CANNED GOODS
AX OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE QUALITY CANNED FOODS ECONOMICALLY.
The Week Commencing March 24th and Ending March 31st
will be known throughout the Dominion as
Canadian Canned Foods Week
to familiarize the consumer with Canadian Canned Poods, and impress upon him or
her that Canada takes second place to no country In the world in the art of canning.
With this object In view we have
made arrangements with all the leading
Grocery .Merchants in the City of Cranbrook t» feature during this week our
own high quality brand of Canned Goods,
namely, "DOXALCO," at greatly reduced prices.
The pulatubillly aud wholesome-
nees or "DONALCO" Canned Goode. are
increased by the fact that canneries arc
located in tbe centre of districts where
the products are grown or produced.
This means securing the raw products
with the greatest possible promptness,
with a minimum amount of handling,
aud at the most satisfactory stage of maturity.
All "DONALCO" Goods are sold
on a mouey-back guarantee, study the
list below and order a dozen cans, or an
assorted case.
?
DONALCO CORN, 2s, 24 cans to ca»e tS.65 case; 11.85 half case; 6 cans 95c
DONALCO PEAS, 2s, 24 cans to case  4.20 case; 2.15 half case; 6 tins 1.10
DONALCO BEANS, 2s,  24 cans to case 4.45 case; 2.25 half case; 6 tins 1.15
DONALCO RASPBERRIES, 2s, 24 cans to case
8.85 case) 4.45 half case; 6 tins 2.25; 3 tins 1.15
DONALCO STRAWBERRIES, 2s, 24 cans to case.
8.85 case) 4.45 half case; ii tins 2.25; 3 tins 1.15
DONALCO PEACHES, 2s, 24 cans to case,
6.50 case; 3.30 half case; 6 tins 1.65)3 tins 85c
DONALCO PEARS, 2s, 24 cans to case 6.85 case; 3.45 half case; 6 tins 1.05; 3 tins 90c
DONALCO SALMON, Is   12 tins 5.00; 0 tins 2.55; 3 tins 1.80
DONALCO SALMON, Hs   12 tins 2.50; (1 tins 1.110; 3 tins 65c
THE ABOVE PRICES TAKE EFFECT SATURDAY, MARCH 24th,
AND END SATURDAY, MARCH 81. ORDER AT ONCE FROM YOUR GROCER
DONALCO and QUALITY arc synonymous.  Ask for One and you jet Both.
WESTERN GROCERS. Limited
H*«aV,»»*A'   —A>    I^V-»<»*4>W«p^%»<>^|aa»Wa«t%»^|l^    w.ft,        0* ■     %tj II  «j%fcil»l|   ^
Eugene O'Brien In "John Smith,"
Wednesday und Thursday, March 28
and 29..Star.
. P. Hall, auditor for tho Liquor
Control Bourd, was in the city on
Tuesday.
Watch our windows  for Saturday
Specials.     Corned Beef. Head Cheese,
Choice   Beef,  LninU.  Veal and  Porlt.
Phone 524.     P. Woods Meat Market.
2 tf
BORN —On Friday, .March 23rd. ut
the Cottage Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs.
R. P. Johnson, of Kingsgate, a daughter.
Afternoon leu und nn "Easter tlift
Sale" of useful lingerie und fancy articles, will bo held ou March 24th,
from :t lo 0' at Utile & Atchison's
store, hy a cotmnttteo of Ladies of
Knox Church, 2-4
Frame's Bread Is gelling bettor
and lienor every tiny. Ask those who
uso It. til'
Now Is tile time lo have your Hugs
aud Carpets dry cleaned. 24 hour
service. 0 x 10 J1.B0; 10 x 12 $2.00.
Phono Willis, 157, Cninlirook Cleaners
anil Dyers, 1-4
Hello, is tills 87? Well, toll Mr.
Frame lo be sure unit keep us a dozen Hot Cross Buns. 4tf
W. F. Doran curries a full lino of
both Boots and Siloes, and General
Goods. See him for that new Congo-
leum Bug. or u Simmons' Bed. —Do-
run's Low Prices Win Every Time.
3tf
Call up Bobby Frame nnd place
your order for those Hot Cross
Buns. Don't be disappointed this
year. -111"
Dig Bargains in Berry Sets
Regular   price  fl.no  set,  Saturday
and   Monday  Only, Special  $1.00 set,
seven pieces.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STOKE.
Watch for "H.M.S. Pinafore."      Stf
Hemstitching.— Mrs.   Surtees,   Garden Avenue.. 2tf
We uavo In stock a full line of
Women's, Men's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock Is com*
plete and—
Our  low  prices  win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Wo repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear, in fact anything made of
rubber.—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Baker Street. 36tf
"Pride of Pulomar," u super special
at Tho Stur, Friday and Saturday,
March 20 und 31.
Two second hand Ford cars, cheap
at halt price.—Detail's Garage.       4
Watch Our Windows For
Bargains
Something doing all the time. Boys'
Jockey Cups. Special 35c.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE.
For your Easter Breukfust — See
us fnr lhe finest Hums and Bacon
that (lie market affords. Our homemade Sausages aro making a great
name for themselves. Let us send
you sonis. At the P. Woods' Meat
Market you can secure the choicest
home grown fresh-kllied beer, nmt-
on or liiiiili.    Give us u trlnl. 4lf
To-night — The Star — "Timber."
The Corporation of the City of
Cranbrook
APPOINTMENT OF CITY
AUDITOR
Applications will be received by the
undersigned not later than tho 31st
Instant for tho position of City Auditor. Applicants will please stnto experience, iiitnlillcations antid remuneration required.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B.C. 3-5
Do Not Hesitate
To enlnisL us with tlie cure
of your optical work.
We liuve had the necessary
experience to enable ua to
deal wllli ull refractive errors.
Wo have the equipment.
And we have the desire to
give you the most complete
satis .'action.
Il' you think it is about
time that you had your lenses changed, or if you purpose thiiling out for the first
time the shape your eyes are
in, visit our Optical Department.
W.H.Wilson
oii.uiiii.
Watch for "H.M.S. Piwttoro
air
Have your Switches anil Curls
made by an expert Hairdresser, Your
own combillgB cau be used. Weston's
Bargain Store. '••it
■■Tlmi-or*'—To-nteJit^The Star.
W. Greenlees of Vancouver, con-
l rattor lor t he Government road
bridges, was a Cranbrook visitor on
.Saturday last.
Monday and Tuesduy, March 2t» and
27, "Hungry Hearts" at The Star.
Two second bund Ford cars, cheap
at  half price.- -Dezall's Oarage.        4
Watch for "H.M.S. Pinafore."
Btt
Dr. Wilson Herald, ear, nose and
throat specialist, will be in Cranbrook
March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, and can he
consulted at the Hospital, 52lf
J. Shaw Parker of Skookumchuck
was lu the city on Sunday last. Mr.
Parker says that Cranbrook is getting
more like New York each lime heI
comes In. :
"Timber*—To-nlglit—The Star.
Special!
Saturday and Monday Only
Toilot Paper, 4 rolls for 2Rc., lfi;
rolls for $1.00, or $.r>."5 per case.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STOReJ
Most Likeljr
THE HAT YOU ADMIRED ON
YOUR FRIEND CAME PROM
HERE, FOR WE HAVE SO
MANY   SMART   STYLES   IN
Borsalino & Brock
AND SO MANY GOOD DRESSERS    ARE    BUYING    HERE.
Borsalino & Brock Hats
REPRESENT  MA.  THAT   IS
NEW   IN STYLES  AND THE
NAMES ARE ABSOLUTE
GUARANTEES  OF
QUALITY
rj£
Only One Week Till Easter
SO BETTER DROP AROUND AND LET US SHOW
YOU WHAT'S DOING IN HATS
AND EASTER  NECK  WEAR.
1
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wm
i
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You'll Be
Surprised
tit tlio Clover nnd Original
EASTER
NOVELTIES
We aro Showing this Season.
Cards • Baskets • Candies • favors
Beattie-Noble Drug Co.
The Rexull Store
Where It l'ojs to Deal
\v.   Shaw.   Inspector   (or   the   P.
Burns Co., Is in the clly.
WANT AOS.
STAR  SECOND  HAM)  STOBI
l'bose ».
W. par tht bait prion going (or til
kind,   or   furniture.     Wo buy .Drilling from a moiua trap to an auto*
mobile,
W. W. Kllby. Auctioneer aud Valuer
**0*0*0\
MOORE'S CAFE
THK PLACE TO HAT
If you would enjoy a good meal
Try Moore's Cafe
EVERYTHING NEW
CLEANLINESS
QUALITY, SERVICE
Only White Help Employed
linker Street      Phone .'.:»»
Opposite P. Burns & Co.
BIG 22
Armstrong Avenue
Dining Room Suite, New,
regulur (150.00, for  (110
Fumed Oak Buffet, regular
155.00, tor   W»
Fumed Onk Extension Table
round, regulur 135, for .. 927
Fumed Oak Library Suite,
rcgulnr 175.00, for    Hi
PHONE Hi
HY POPULAR REQUEST
WANTED—Thoroughly reliable persons to bundle our mull subscriber.
In tills district. Splendid opportunity to Increase your Income, Liberal commission. References required. Wrlto Circulation Dept..
Vancouver Sun, Vancouver. B.C. 4-7
IHE MAPLE LEAF REBEKAHS
Will Present Their Amusing E ntertainment
1923 Follies
IN THE
AUDITORIUM
Cranbrook
ON
Tuesday, March 27
FUN, FRIVOLITY, FEROCIOUS    FASCINATION
20 • PEOPLE • SO
TWO AND A HALF HOURS CONTINUOUS
PERFORMANCE
If Yon Can't Laugh — Don't Come.  If you want to
Laugh, Be Sure to Come.
POORS OPEN AT 7.80. CURTAIN AT S.00.
Tickets at Roor.
ADMISSION! Ucnernl     75e
Children      S5e
\0*0*9*0*0*»*0*mm0*0*0*»*m0*0i
...
Mr. F. G. NOVAK
TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND RRASS INSTRUMENTS
WANTED—House work by lbe hour.
Phono 104, -Mrs. Leltner. 4
FOR SALE—Team of horses four and
Ave years old, weight 2,800 lbs., in
good condition: also good heavy
harness. Reply to Cranbrook Oarage.   . 4tf
WANTED —First class stenographer
and general oflico assistant, desirous of locating In B.C., wants position. Has had four years experience; can tuke fast dictation and
guarantee accurate work. Phone
2811, Lethbrldge, or wrlto Mis. L.
Elwood, 424 "III Street S„ Lethbrldge, Alberta. 3-4
SELLING — Third nud fourth croa.
Holstein cows; onu hull cnlf. eligible for registration.   Apply w. u.
Ilntciniin. Moyle, lit'. 3-5
TENDERS WANTED For cement
work for swimming pool at Wycliffe. Those Interested see or write
ii. s. Voting, Wyullffo, lie.       sir
FOR SALE   Block Wyandotte mooter
nud pullet-, ror sale, special laying
slraln; also oggl for selling. Apply
P.O. Box 27f,. or Ranch, Mrs. II.
Denbow. ;itf
TO RENT—Two single rooms. Apply
Paulson House, Mis. A. Leilner,
Armstrong Avenue. Phone 104.   52tf
FOR   RENT-
Plume 114.
One   room
for   rent.
tl
WANTED—Wo wish to purchase for
spot cash nt. market prico two good
milk cows, fresh within past thirty
days. Brown Poultry Ranch, P.O.
Box 703, Crnnbrook. 61tf
FOR SALE—One Savage 303, and one
Lee Enfield rifle.   B. Weston.
Studio I .117 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite Telephone Building Phone M2
TO RENT—Three rooms. Can be used
for bousekeeplng. 209 Dewar Avenue. 4»tt
. WANTBD TO BUT-We buy furs.  B.

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