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Array THE CRA
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OOK HERALD
VOLUME   85
IpROBlNClW-^^I-MM
CRANBROOK, B.C.. FRIDAY. MARCH  18. 19i:i
MHBKI!  8
TWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT
at
7.15     and     9.40
u
"HEARTS AFLAME
STAR THEATRE, Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24
" T 1 M II E K "
Picture filmed here last year.
Admission!  Evenings
Adults 55c     -     Children 30c
Uatlneei Saturday, 2.80
Adults  lOe      -      Children  15c
— No Reserved Seats —
Council Names
New Supt.
Thos. Brown Will Assume Duties Beginning of Next
Monthf  Snlary #»,000
FUNERAL OF AGED RESIDENT SUNDAY LAST
LARGELY ATTENDED
Late Mrs. J. MacLeod Laid to
Rest Amid Many Manifestations of Respect
An udjiiiimoil meeting of tho city
council tu cmiHidor tho ujipllcutloiiH
for the position of city superintendent
look place on Thursday night, when
the numerous applications for (lie position wort., thoroughly considered. At
tho conclusion ni' u longthy session.
tho position wns unanimously given
to Mr. Thou. Brown, or thin city, at:
a salary of f250 per month, duties to j
commence tut of April. j
Mr. Brown qualified as a county
surveyor in Ireland, nerving for five
years under tho county surveyor who
had charge of 350 miles of road, and
all the public works in the district.
Coming west, Mr. Brown took n position with the C. P. R., nt Calgary, and
was promoted to the position of Rest-]
dent Engineer at Calgary in 1910. In'
1912 he was transferred to Cranbrook
and remained hero till 1019, when ho!
returned to Ireland for a holiday of
three years. He resumed work with '
the C. P. R. last year as Inspector.
Mr. Brown expects his family will
return from Ireland about the beginning ot May.
TRAGIC DEATH OVERTAKES "BLIND TOM,"
FAMILIAR LOCAL FIGURE
SPRING BRINGS PLANS
FOR SUMMER SPORT;
FOOTBALLERS TO MEET
With the signs of spring here, but
the snow still lying deep on tlie ball
field, some of the old warhorses in
the realm of sport begin to feel the
call again, A meeting is being held
this week to look into baseball matters, mention of which is made elsewhere.
On Saturday of next week, March
24th a football meeting is to be held
at the 0. W. V. A., to get things lined up for the soccer season. Last
year there was a revival of Interest
In association football In the disirtct,
and lt is hoped this will extend even
farther this year. All interested In
sport in general, and association football In particular, are urged to be nt
this meeting on the 24th.
By striking tbe low tax rate of 37.6
mills on the dollar for tho year 1923,
the city of Trail is establishing itself
in an enviable position. This rate
has been formally adopted by tiie city
council there. The rate Is made up
as follows: school, current revenue,
12.8 mills; school taxes, debenture ro-
venue 4.4 mills; city debenture tax
7.2 mills; city general tax 18,8 mills.
Coming Events
j^Jy|
m^r
The funeral of the late Mrs. J. MacLeod, whoso death look place on Friday lust, W88 held on Sunday afternoon from Iho residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Rutledge, Armstrong
Avenue.
At the limine the funeral service of
tho Presbyterian Church, of which
tho family are members, was conducted by Rev. E. W, MacKay, assisted by
Rev. W. T. Tapscott, a friend of the
deceased.
Both the prayers and words ot
sympathy for the bereaved ones were
tilled with expressions of encouragement and hope, nnd reference was
made to the llfo and devotion of the
one who had "gone on before." It
was not death, but simply an opening
to a turgor and more beautiful life..
Appropriate hymns were sung and:
at tho conclusion of the service "Tho j
Dead March In Saul" was played by I
Mr. O. E. Bower.
The presence of more friends than
the large home could accommodate
and the wealth of floral tributes indicated the esteem In which the departed lady was held and was also an expression of sympathy for the bereaved ones.
Following the service the funeral
cortege wended Its way to the cemetery where Interment wob made.
The chief mourners were the husband, Mr. John MacLeod, Mrs. Mlnlel-
ly of Tacoma and Miss M. MacLeod,
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rutledge. The
pall bearers wero Messrs. A. C. Bow*
ness, J. P. Fink, J. Martin, A. A. MacKinnon, J. F. Smith, W. E. Worden.
The following is a list of the floral
tributes: Family, wreath; Daughter,
Mrs. Minnielly and family, spray;
Indies' Aid, Knox Church, spray; Mr.
and Mrs. MacPherson, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. McQuald, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. H. Mott, wreath; Mr. and Mrs.
A. O. Hill, spray; Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Bowness, spray; Misses MacDonald,
Sutherland and McCallum, star; Mr.
and Mrs. V. M. Hilton, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Jackson, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Fink, spray; Phyllis Thompson
and Nora Mites, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Worden, spray; Ratcltffe k Stewart,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. M. Horie, spray;
Mr. B. Sang, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Cameron, anchor; Mr. Greaves and
Delia, spray; Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Myrtle and James, wreath; Nurse
White, sprny; Mr. and Mrs. Noble,
spray; .Mrs. Henley and family of
Kimberley, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Waa-
son, spray; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. MacKinnon, sprny; Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Hurry, spray: Rev. and Mrs. Harrison, spray; Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Mc-
Hachren, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Small, sprny; Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Burton, spray; W. H. and John Hesson,
spray; Mrs. Hogarth nml Mrs. Forrest, spray.
With feelings of regret, many people will learn of the tragic death of
Old Blind Tom, the aged Indian who
has for years been u familiar figure
on Baker Street and elsewhero in the
city. It appears tiwt on Friday morning about two o'clock the shack in
which he was living at the Mission
was burned to the ground, and unable to escape, lie perished in the flames. Tom was taken home about
five o'clock Thursday evening by an
Indian named Abraham, und this wn-:
the last Been of him. About ten that
night some one passing his shack called to him, and he waa alright than.
About 2.30 a.m. a Chinaman claims
he saw flames in tha direction of tha
cabin of Tom, but did not Investigate
further. About 6.30 a.m., Francis
Whltehouse, his son, cama over to
the shack only to find It had been entirely consumed, and all that remained of his father were a few bones In
thu corner, indicating that the old
man had tried to make his way out,
but had failed.
Old Blind Tom was 63 years of agt.
His wife died about two years ago.
For years he had made his living at
the main corners of the city, holding
an American nickel In his fingers, his
hand slightly extended in mute appeal. He knew the city well In spite
of his blindness, and made dally visits to many of the stores to get his
tittle supply of provisions. Ha had
been blind for tbe last forty years.
Busy Time at
Council Meeting
Much Business Brought I p At
Regular Session On
Wednesday
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
MISSION OF EVANGELISM OPENS 1st APRIL
AMATKl it BASEBALL
THIS SEASON, MEETING
DECIDES ON TIU'ItSDAY
C.P.R. TO OPERATE
GASOLINE CAB SERVICE
FROM GOLDEN SOUTH
Increased Passenger Facilities
For North End of Kootenay Central Branch
(Ooldea Star)
With 4 flaw to accommodating passengers for Lake Windermere, tha
Canadian Pacific Railway will operate a gasoline car on the Kootenay
Central branch between Golden and
Windermere during tha summer
months. This servlca wilt be Inaugurated at tha same time aa tha opening of tha summer camp at that point,
and will be available for passengers
only, all mall and express being carried by the regular train.
The car will have accommodation
similar to a city street car. According to the proposed schedule tha car!
will arrive at Golden about noon and j
leave for Windermere at S p.m. daily,'
allowing connections to be made with
main line trains.
This service will be greatly appreciated by citizens of Golden and intermediate points who desire to visit
Radium Hot Springs and upper country points, not to mention tbe large
number of tourists who annually visit
the magnificent scenery of the Rocky
Mountains.
PRIVATE FUNERAL OF
LATE MRS. STEVENS
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Friday ami Saturday, March lfi and
17: "My Wild Irish Hose" at the
Star Theatre.
Saturday, March 17: Tea nml Sulo by
Ladles' Guild of St. Mary's Church.
Monday and Tuesday, March 19 and
JO: Boy Scout Beneilt Concerts al j
tho Stnr Theatre.
TucHday. March 20: Regular meeting
Women's Liberal Atiooiattou, over
Grady A Eye's store, at s p.m.
Wednesday ami Thursday, March 21
nnd 22: "The Cow Boy and The
l-ady." at tho Slur Theatre.
Friday nud Saturdny, March 23 und
24: The KoMonny made picture
"Timber." nt tho Star.
Saturday, March 24: Easter Gift Snlo,
Udlea of Knox Church, at Little &
Atchison's store from 3 to 6.
Saturday, March 24: Sale of home
cooking, etc., by ladies of the Home
League, Salvation Army Hall, 3
to 7 o'clock.
Saturday, March 31: Tea and candy
salo by Methodist Junior Choir, at
the Methodist Paraonage, 3 to 6.
Monday, April 2: Easter Monday Ball
at Auditorium, In aid of Hospital.
Date to bo announced later: "H. M. S.
Pinafore, by the Musical Society, nt
the Auditorium.
On Sunday afternoon the funeral of
Hie late Mrs. H. J. Stevens was hold
from tho t'limlly home on Lumsden
Avenue at 4 p.m.
Before only the immediate friends
of tho family the impressive service;
of the Church ol England wns rend hy'
iho Rev. T. V. llurrlson, the deceased J
being a member of thnt Church.
Following the service Interment
took place in the local cemetery. The|
mounters were the hUBbnnd, Mr. 11. |
i. Stevens, Mrs W. Hewaun, daughter, |
nud Mr. It, J, Stevens, Junior of the1
Dank of Commerce stair at Nakuep.J
Tho pail bearers wen-: Mr, Norman
Melnnls, Mr. George Brown, Mr. G.
Lund, Mr. J. Whittuker. Mr. W. Gtbbs.l
nud .Mr. Thus. Drew. j
The following floral tributes were
on Indication of the esteem tn which
tho  late   Ml*.   Stevens  WUS  held   hy
Miinv Cranbrook frlonds:
Family, pillow: Mrs. Simpson and
Mrs. Glimmer, Spray I Maple Leaf Re-
bcknhs, Ipray; Mr. and Mrs. Whlttn-
kor, sprny; Christ church Guild,
cross; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Melnnls,
wreath; Manager and staff or Bank of
Commerce, wreath; Mrs. 8. Malcolm
and Mrs. C. Larson, cross; Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Lunn, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Harvey, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Jackson, spray; Mr. annd Mrs. A. S.
Ward, spray; Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Brown, spray; Dr. and Mrs. Green,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Roberts,
spray; Mr. und Mrs. M. McCreery,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Drew,
spray; L. A. to B. of R. T„ spray; Mr.
and Mrs. Spreull, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
8. S. Simpson, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Martin, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Gtbbs, spray.
POLICE COMMISSION
ORDERS ENFORCEMENT
OF CITY POUND BY-LAW
At the meeting of the Police Com-
mlsSlOners en Thursday, March 16th,
there were present the Mayor, and
Commissioners Shaukland and Doran.
The report of the Chief Constable was
submitted, dealing with the month of
February, nnd showed 80 cass or a
varied nature disposed of, consisting
<f theft by entry, assault, vagrancy,
keeping bawdy house, demanding
money with threats, keeping liquor
for Bnlc, keeping gaining house. Inmates of gaming house, carnal know-
li-t'i*.'. Illcf-.il wearing of service decoration, supplying intoxicant to In-
dlnns, Pool ami Billiard Room By-luw,
aud drugs.
The Chief in his report made mention of the number of horses ul lurge
many complaints having been received regurdlng such. Instructions were
issued to enforce tlie Pound By-luw
Also the by-1aW relating to street
posters.
Tenders will be asked for uutforms
for the Police Department, to be tcih-
mlttod nt nn early date,
Preparations ure now under way
to accommodate the lurgc volume of
tourist traffic expected during this
summer In that they may be made
acquainted with the traffic regulations, and It Is to be hoped that local
mHorlst* will set an example by
closely following the requirements
governing motor traffic.
Mrs. Hugh McGUI, is reported us
Improving from the hospital, where
sbo ts at present confined.
P. R, Shlkora. of Penticton and Ke
lowna, manufacturers' agent for pipe
of all kinds, has been In the city for
* few days looking Into local needs
In kit 11a*.
The "Standing Room Only" sign
wns hung out at tlio City Hall on
Wednesday evening when nt the regular meeting of the City Council such
a crowd of people were present that
ull the seats were tukeu and aB many
more were standing when His Worship tht Mayor called the meeting to
ordar.
After the minutes of the lust regular meeting and also those of a special meeting were read and duly approved, the mayor extended a cordial
welcome to the large number of citizens present, indicating as it did the
interest that was being taken in mat-
ters of moment In tho city.
The Council decided to listen to the
various delegations before proceeding
with the regular business. Tho mayor then gave J. P. Fink, as representative of the Board of Trade, the privilege of addressing the meeting.
Mr. Fink thanked His Worship for
the opportunity that hud been extended to him to present for consideration
by tho Council tho needs of the Board
of Trade for financial assistance. The
Board of Trade was representative of
the citizens generally and working in
their interests entirely, and amounted
practically to what the citizens made
it. The Board of Trade derived its
revenue from various sources, ull of
which was carefully handled and used
to the best advantage.
This year lt would be necessary for
them to liberally support the work of
the Tourist Association, and 9800
would have to be provided hy the
Board for that purpose. He therefore
asked the Council to give their consideration to the request of the Board
for the payment of the secretary's salary and a cash donation of 9200.
.Mr. M. A. Beale speaking for the
Board of Trade presented a plan
showing the location ot the proposed
new location for the Tourist Camp
site on Block 306, Pooley Avenue.
Mr. Beale pointed out the many advantages of the location recommended,
it waa adjacent to the water and electric light, and was a natural camp
ground. Fifty or Bixty ears could go
there to-morrow without any clearing
being necessary.
With regard to the acquiring of the
property it was thought that the
Board could obtain for a nominal rental a lease from the C.P.R., a representative of which Company who was
in the city on Wednesday having been
interviewed In the mutter.
To provide the necessary camp site
conveniences, and signs directing
tourists to the location, the speaker
estimated that approximately 9600
would be required, made up as follows: Water service $97.00; Electric
light 946.00; Sign posts $54.00; Building $400.00.
His Worship the Mayor, while emphasizing the necessity of keeping the
expenses of the city as low as lt was
Possible to do, pointed out the need
of doing something iu tlie way of
making proper provision for the tourists, now that they have been invited
from all quarters of the world.
Alderman Jones moved and Alder-
mun Flowers seconded that the mayor
nppoint a special committee to consider both the requests of the Board of
Trade. Accordingly Aldermen Balment, Jones nnd Flowers were appointed.
Mr. T. K. Smith representing n delegation from the barbers of Crnnbrook
petitioned tho Council to enact a bylaw regulating the hours of the week
luring which It shall he lawful to carry on their trade. In accordance
therewith Alderman Balment gave no-
lie that ul the next regular meeting
that he would Introduce the desired
tmusure.
Mr. K. T. Cooper nnd Mr. A. Ash-
worth, representing the Musicni Bo-'
'■lily, were also present. Mr. Cooper
referred to the efforts of the band last
year and to tlie difficulties that had lo
be overcome. This year they had a
good leader, and now there wus overy
Indication that tliey would have a very
successful season. He asked thut llio
usual grnnt or ffifl per month be made
to the band.
Aid. Bnlmont made enquiry regurdlng the band Instruments, und was
Informed that with one exception nil
Instruments wero on hand.
Again asked by Aldermen Balment
aud Cumeron as to there being file.
Hon between the various members Of
the baud, Mr. Coopor said that there
had been a number in the tanks who
were trying to raise friction, and tiie
matter of breaking away from the
vote it was derided lo stay with the!
Musical Society had come up.   On a
On Sunday, April 1st, Rov. F. A.
Robinson, M.A., assisted by Miss Nl-
ven, soloist, and Miss C.runert, pianist, will begin a series of special services in this city. For these meetings the Baptist) Presbyterian and
Methodist congregations are co-operating.
According to present arrangements
Craubrook Club Will Urge This
Stiunl   nt   Litter   District
League Sleeting
Annual Meeting
of Woolgrowers
Larger   Number   of   Members
Arc Shipping Co-Operative-
It, ami Oiilliink Is Good
A meeting called ror tlie purpose of
organizing baseball for the coming
season look place in the parlor ol' the
Cranbrook Iloiel on Tuesday evening:,
all the evening meetings, sunduy and "lien 'i"llc » representative gathering
weekday,, will he held in the Presby-;01 lllc P
torlan   Church.       For the morning i ^* *
iunday services, Mr. Robinson wllli'110 meeting, n"'1
place.;
Sullivan  waB the chairman ol
Mr. McLean seero-
speak in ihe Duptlst Church 111 the'«"•>■• Tl>5 elootlon ol delegates to ai
morning o( Sunday, April 1st, in tho\lmA ""> "I'ening league meeting at
Methodist Church on April 8th, nnd Oranbrook on Sunday. Much 26th, rein the Presbyterian Church on April United In Dr Huffman and l. P. Sul-
I5tll. ! "VQ11 being chosen.
Reports ol meetings in Kamloops, The matter ot the stand ihat Cran-
reoently conducted by Mr. Hoblnson brook should take In roi
and his assistants that linve come for- matter of amateur ball m
ward In the Kamloops papers, tell of I? considered and the play
crowded congregations, persuasive!of the opinion thnt they
addresses, and Inspiring singing \ hold °"1 (or Purely amateur ball, n
Cranbrook people nre looking forward matter what might ho the decision ol
with keen interest to tiie meetings the oilier teams in the league, aim-
beginning hero on Easter Suuday. |leur bal1 wa8 spreading all over B.C.,
 „_ .and il hud been demonstrated that it
lo i hci
DTOUgh-
.ice all|
mid  all
Musical Sociely.
Tho  matter of tlio  failure of
I could   be   made   a   SUCt ess   in   othfl
the I places, so why not In Crnnbrook?
hand to Rive public performances was] In the event of the failure of oil
brought up by the Aldermen, It being j teams of the league to play only b<
thought that the public should have a fide amateur players, it would ba '
few band concerts during the season.
Alderman Balment moved and Alderman Jones seconded that a grant
intention of the locate Lo form i
baseball league.
The local  boys appreciated
of ?G0 per month from April 1st bet amateur cards  Which   iheyheld   (c
made to the Musical Society for nine
months, and that during the summer
season weekly concerts be provided by
tbo band. Such grant to cease on
failure on the part of the band to give
such concerts.
So ended the third delegation.
The next matter lo occupy tbe attention of the City Fathers was the
delegation that wero present to watch
tlie passing of the by-law to regutute
public   dance   halls.     Following   in-
hockey, and are not going to take ar.y
chances of losing them by playing i>r"
baseball or with pro ball player
They claim that the league sriil be
Closely watched and all those hockey
| players who attempt to play professional ball this summer will find thai
it will be absolutely impossible for
them lo get amateur cards for next
season.
It would be advisable for the other
teams  on   the   league  to   thoroughly
strnctions given him hy the Council'consider the matter, aud it is to be
the city clerk had prepared a draft j hoped   that   there   will   he   sufficient
by-law   which   followed     that     In good sports among the other clubs to
force In other cities.   This win* read assist in the establishing of an aina-
clause by  clause.    The first Clausen teur league.
dealing  with the npectf.cat.onn mjttj-*—It "Ws rtfll—ttm-i.—im.—•*■•*■ r-
danue hall under the by-law were cut | look for far greater support from the
out altogether, as it was felt that the j public  as   amateurs   rather  than  as
purpose of the measure was not  to! professionals.
regulate    the   place    where    dances i
Bhould be held as much as it was to; "~~ ~™
regulate the dance wherever it might! Cal hatchery.
bo held. Mr. Balment thought It j a committee consisting of Messrs.
would be working a hardship on theJE. T. Cooper. W. H. Wilson, J. Brown
present owners for them to have to and H. A. McKowan was appointed to
make the changes necessary to com-'investigate the cost of a small hatch-
ply with such a by-law. jerv ami obtain all the necessary da-
The clauso dealing with the age ofjta incidental thereto, and to submit
(Continued on page two)
PROPOSING LOCAL
ACTION ON HATCHERY
IF GOVT. MILL NOT HELP
plans of same to the Rod & Gun Club
A wire was sent to Dr. King ft era
whom it is expected that soro..- assistance will be forthcoming.
It was the concensus of opinion a*
1 the meeting that should the govern-
A Joint meeting of several local or-, ment not meet the cost of the hat-
ganlzations. under the auspices of the'ehcry. the local club should see that
Cranbrook Rod & Gun Club was held j the project was Rone ahead with.
In the council chamber this evening,  . „ ,	
Friday.     Alan Graham, representing: lYrpp'ffOX VI I V   FINE
the Rotary Club. J. P. Fink, president; "  pnftflR4«   ppnirrfipn
of the Board of Trade, C. J. Little, for1        PKOUKA.H   I KUMISE1I
the Retail Merchants' Association. W. AT SCOUT  BENEFITS
H. Wilson, for the Automobile Assoc-;  ~
iation and Mayor W. F. Cameron, re-j A local talent entertainment that
presenting the city council, were am- i should go over the top pood and big
nig those present. The meeting was! is the Boy Scout Benefit, which is be-
teld for the purpose of taking some> ing put on at the Star on Monday and
steps towards tiie Institution of a lo-1 Tuesday  evenings,     in    conjunction
The  Sixth  Annual  Meeting ot  the
Hritish  Columbia   Wool  Orowers" As-
soclatlon was held in the City Council Chambers. Kamloops, OU Saturday,
March 2nd, at 8 p.m.
Mayor   Colley  opened   the  meeting.
extending a  hearty  welcome to the
visitors and wishing  the Association
ii very prosperous year in 1928.
There   was   a   record  turn-out   ot
lieep men and the meeting was not-
bto  tor  the expedltlun  with which
he bnatuess of the Association was
llspoaed of.   There was no lost mo-
ion, the motto being. "Business from
-tart to finish."
The following officers wero elected
for the ensuing year; president, Wm.
Harrison, Pritchard; first vice ,»resi-
ent, .1   li   Wilson, Kamloops; Becond,
lee president, G. H   Radmen. Duu-
...... secretary  treasurer, Miss M. K.
1 under,   Kamloops;   directors,  O.  C
Hay.   Kamloops;    It.   A.   Davidson,
Thos    Ijeslle,   Louis
r   \   Uoililet, Varatby; Jos.
hrelki I i.   Savona;    u    Haselhurst,
Lake; Allison Cameron, Kel*
ana;  H.  E. Waby, Boderby; A. L
. •   ■ r.ii'.l'P'A. Alex, Davie, l.adner,
:   Si   ilawkiha ■,. amiwack; w. H.
ticks,   Agas-iz;    K.   K.   Gibson,   Salt
in I; C. i: Whitney-Griffiths,
tori  . and .1. [dtens. Courtney.
..ISIiiKVrs  HRpORT
The following  i>-  President  Harri-
m b report for 1912;
It [s very gratifying to us to point
i the successful handling of the past
eason's  clip, and to have paid  the
rowers   ar,   average  price  of  19.t>c.
per pound for their wool.   This means
be distributing of  514,704.t2 to the
-iowt-rs who patronized the Assocla-
lon after all expenses had been de-
ducted.
.rase oi tbe tow prices of 1921
«t find many of our old patrons sell-
tlfte-afaccfl Taiher.. than   ihrouch
..-  Association,  and  where in  1921
re ban lied 100.786 pounds of wool.
this   last   season   it   was   only  about
•0.000 pounds.    The number of shlp-
I en was 155 this year in comparison
i:h   100  in  1921,  which means  the
-mall producer patronized the Asso-
i iation.   The volume of wool was less
■'.; shows an increase of H; shippers
This made the overhead tost come
• little higher, being lc. per pound.
r'reight outgoing to tbe Eastern mar-
: et was lower, e-s illustrated iu the
rate from  Kamloops to Weston.    In
.921 It was |2.?-1 per hundred, and in
\'j22 $2.14; other shipping points from
B.C.  having  a  proportionate  reduc-
■lon     We are now earnestly hoping
that the fight the Premier is putting
ip for reduced rates for B.C. will be
realized, as it will make a great diiT-
(Coiitinued on Page 5*
with the Star management. There
: re fourteen numbers on the program
comprising Kreat variety, and well
worth the modest price of "fi cents
being asked for ihe tickets. For
the good of the Hoy Scoot cause, as
•■•'Il a?- tor the encouragement of Io-
eal talent, there should be crowded
' onses eai li night.
King "Tut" Has a Rival PAGE  TWO
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, iiiu
11)28
GMsm
Jan
A YOIXII (ilHl/S SIGHT
is ;i very precious thing. It
should nol he neglected it she
complains of headaches. The
chances are they are caused by
detective eyesight. We can remedy all such troubles ciiilckly by
providing Just (ho right kind ot
glasses that will enable iter to
see belter and to dispense Willi
the headaches. Our service Is
up-to-date and our charges aro
fair.
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers und OpIlclniiH
NKXT TO THK POST OFFICE
Cbe Cranbrook fierald
Published Every Friday
R A.  WILLIAMS R.    POTTER
Subscription Price
To United Slates ..
... U2.C0 per year
... #2.r>0 per year
-with ■ himIoh without • Haul*"
Primed  by  Union  Lnbor
Afj¥*rtinlnK Ratea on Application.
Chanf-ea for Advcrtlilng MUST be lu
thlt office Wedn«B(lar noon th* currant
*'"f.k tn ae-cure. attention.
MARCH       1923
Pin MM TVt WD THV FRI   SAT
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CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
FRIDAY, MARCH lfi. 1923
DISCUSSES QUESTION OF
SUNDAY OUSKHVAIU'K
AM) HEALTHY SPORT
TO ALL LOVERS OF CLEAN
SPORT AND HEALTHY
AMUSEMENT;
Keeling ver; strongly that the secular rz.n ton Of the Lurd'B Day Is de-
trlmental to the best interests of .a
Christian people, we are approaching
you in thla way to ask you to co-op-
orate witli us in making Sunday a
day more definitely set apart for wor-
Bhip and rest.
Whilst recognizing fully the argument that certain forms of recreation ure looked upon by those indulging in them us restful; yet for the
Hake of tlie many whose worship and
rest nre thereby interfered with; and
in numerous Instances made impossible, we would urge very strongly
that all sport calling for organized
effort, numerous contestants und a
crowd of spectators, be discouraged
on Sunday. We should count it a
privilege to co-oparate with individuals or organizations in making a
wider appeal for more general and
generous supporl if such contests
through tho week, so that the interest and backing of the entire community for invigorating sport and clean
amusement could be secured.
In the face of the secularization of
Sunday iu other parts of tho world,
and its lamentable effect upon the religious, social and industrial life ot
whole nations, we seek to impress upon all tin* Importance of preserving
for ourselves r.s a people, and more
especially for the youth of tho land,
the sacred aud ennobling associations of a Sunday emphasizing the
sanctity and dignity of life, and making for a worthier society than has
ever been, or can be secured by a secularized Sunday, There ts a crying need for those who linve an interest in tho highest welfare of the
community, and tiie country, to get
together, and to unite in common action to the end ibut week-day recreation he lifted to a higher plane, and
Mint our observance of Sunday be
made a means of upbuilding a finer
and stronger national life.
CRANBROOK BRANCH
SOCIAL SERVICE COUNCIL.
(Copies of thin letter are being
L"iii to the secretaries of all athletic organizations In the city.)
YOUNG GlRli, FORMER
RESIDENT HERE, PIES   .
AT  KAMLOOPS LATELY
On Sunday, March 4th, at the Royal
Inland Hospital at Kamloops. following an operation for acute appendicitis, the death of Doris Seeley Steves
took place. She was only 15 years and
8 months of age, nnd was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Steves of Salmon Arm, to which place the remains
were shipped on Monday, where Interment took place on Wednesday, March
7th, The deceased young lady and her
mother were well known to many
Cninbrook residents, Mrs. Stoves having been a (earlier In the High School
about four years ago, At that time
Mr. Btevee was principal of the Nelson School.
TWENTY   YEARS AGO
Extracts from Tlie Cranbrook
Herald  Of tills date,  liHKl.
Tho Perry Creek Mining Co, have
purchased the N. Hansen saw mill,
and will erect it at Perry Creek In
tlie near future.
\V. J. Atchison, of Winnipeg, is
now the dispensing clerk at tlie R. E.
flcattlo drug store in the city.
Tlie East Kootenay Lumber Co. is
putting a dam across the Moyle River at the head of the lake, to enable
them to drive their logs down tlie river to the new mill at Meadow Creek.
w
With Ibe rise in lead prices it Is]
confidently expected that Hie big St,
Eugene Mine at Moyle will again resume operations very shortly, after n
long    shut-down.
H«||l:.SIIIta!!:'v.l«"!!!!i'!!ll|!!!l'l':|!i:iiilllllllllll|
GILLETT'S
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
Comparatively few people
realize to what extent
Gillett's Lye can be used to
advantage in every home.
For instance, with one can
of Gillett's Lye and five
and a half pounds of lard
or grease, ten pounds of
good hard soap can be
made. Use one tablespoon
Gillett's Lye in gallon of
water for cleaning and
disinfecting refrigerators.
sinks, garbage cans, tiled
floors, baths and toilets.
Useful for over 500
purposes.
Who Is This Mr. Iicl.'
Who Ih this man. W. M. Ivel, to
whom the government of MucKeiizk"
King nt Ottawa has delegate 1 lbe
task of redistribution of seals in par-,
[lament for British Columbia? As
far as is known lie 1b a Victoria Liberal nud was defeated in the late ,k*-|
minion contest lor Hie capita.. If
tbe people of Victoria did not think
well enough of his ability to serve
a member of parliament, why lei
to him Hte question of how many
seats the Kootenays and Coast .should
liave In parliament? As Mr. Ivel has
decided, according to press reports,
East and West Kootenay will linve
but one representative, Why any at
all ? Possibly the present regime
would have a better chance next time
if Mr. Fred Ivel would cut us out entirely,—-Rosaland  Miner.
1 ni-reintr the Law.
tAn Ottawa despatch recently told
the search of a judge's club bag in
ruilway car by a constable acting
under the authority of the Onturlo
Temperance Act. The despatch added that tlio officer, on learning of Hie
identity of the owner of the club bag,
apologized.
The officer in <|iiestion nuiy have
been too oilicious, or may have mnde
a very bad guess in suspecting a
judge known to be a strong advocate
of prohibition.     But to leave tlie Im-
charge his duties properly, even
though be might err, at times, ou Hie
side cf a too strenuoUB effort to en
force the law,    Winnipeg Tribune.
BUSY TIME AT COUNCIL
MEETING
(Continued from Page one)
those attending public dances was the
cause of a lot of talk with very little
headway being made. There was no
debate us to the question of the age
of eighteen being that over which
young people could attend dances un
accompanied. Whether they could at
tend at all under this age or whether
tliey should attend accompanied by
their mothers or fathers, or with chaperons or guardians was the point
that caused endless argument. AH
sorts of trouble was foreseen by various members present, One questioner
asked what was going to be done in
tbe case of a man who was married
to a girl who was under eighteen?
Would he have to go and leave his
wifo at home with Ills mother? Then
again  what was there to prevent a
prossion on the public mind that lt.
makes any difference particularty-ttrj yowi* mmi aged 19 taking a girl aged
tbe law whether a club hag is owned
by a Judge or any other citizen is not
in accordance with the true spirit of
the law.
lfi to a dance under the guise of being
her guardian?
After much deliberation und after
Clings were pretty well discussed Aid
By experience under the ydt com-1 Camoron brought forward a motion
paralively new law of prohibition,, which read that no person shall be
the public is rupidly reaching the allowed to attend a public dance who
conclusion that there must be more Is under the age of eighteen unless ac-
prollihition, or less prohibition. If companled by ids or her mother or
the law Is to he maintained and res- father.
pected, ns It should be, a spirit of Tbe matter of appointing an audit-
more equality than exists today must or for the year came up ■for discus-
become apparent In the process of en- ston, and it was decided to advertise
forcement. Upon this point there| for the position, Tbis motion was fa-
are no two opinions, either among' thered by Alderman Cameron and
prohibitionists or antis. Bronsden.
Tbe particular citizen in quest ion Tbe offer of tbe Royal Financial
may have been subjected to annoy- Corporation of Vancouver to exchange
ance, but npologles ure not in order'$3,000 of 1934 of Cranbrook deben-
from any officer endeavoring to dis-i lures bearing fi per cent, for a  like
Saturday, Iffnrch 17
INEXPRESSIBLE PEACE:- The
poaco of Cod which passeth all under-
aanding, shall keep your hearts and
minds through Jesus Christ.
—Phil. 4: 7.
Sunday, .March IK
FEAR DESTROYED:—Fear thou
not; for I am with thee; be not dismayed; for I am thy Clod: 1 will
strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee,
yea, I will uphold thee with the right
hand of my righteousness.
—Isaiah 41:  io
.Holiday. Mnrcb 11)
MERCY ASSURED: Ho that covered his sins shall not prosper: but' ll>* wlmt rlglll the School Hoard bad
whoso confessed! ami forsuketh tlioiu I purohnaed the block ot land lu the
Bhull have mercy.—Proverbs 2S: 18, | south cud or tbe town between Lumsden and Harwell Avenues. "Have
l bey gol the power to purchase bind
Forget-J wherever   they   see   III   without   COII-
wbich showed that several new connections bnd been made to the light
and power service. Some had been
cut off and four jobs of house wiring
bad been done.
Alderman Kilby presented a report
for the Health and Relief Committee
which was interesting In so far as it
showed that conditions were not very-
had in Cranbrook when there \
only ond application ror relief.
Tlie report of Dr. Rutledge was read
showing that careful uttentton was
being paid to the source of Cranbrook'a milk supply, all dairies hav
ing been visited during the month and
all found in good condition. In one
Distance il was necessary to have certain suspected animals removed from
the milking herd.
Under enquiries several matter
were brought up upon which the Aldermen wanted some enlightenment
Aliletiiiiiii   Bnlmont wanted to know
Milling    anybody?"      Mr.     Hronsden
Tuesday, MiiiiIi I'd
THIS ONE THING  I  DO:
Hug those  things   which  are  behind,
and returning forth unto those things fol( nmt tho onus rested on tho chair
which are before, 1 press toward tho|mn„ „r t|IL. ScUool Trustees, whom In
mark tor the prise of the high call tag i claimed  had  promised to  rotor  the
ot God In Christ Jesus.—Phil. 81 13,14.Latter lo Lhe people for their decli
Wednesday, Hnreli 21 Ion   before   any   action   was   taken,
GREATEST IN THK KINGDOM:— While tho School Act gave tbe Board
Whosoever therefore shall humble the power to make the purchase, h
himself as this little child, the Buine Is! thought that tho Board had abused
greatest iu the Kingdom of Heaven,     j tbo confidence of the ratepayers    in
—•Matthew IS: 4.
Thursday, March "2'2
HOW TO WORSHIP:—God 1b the
Spirit;   and  they  that   worship Him
must worship Him  in  spirit and in
truth.—John 4: 24.
Friday, March 23
WENT ABOUT DOING GOOD:—And
Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching
In their synagogues, nnd preaching
the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of sickness and all
manner of disease among tlie people.—
—Matthew 4:  23.
ailing as they had done. The peopli
wanted the school placed in a central
position, and the Board had purchased a property at one extreme end of
tbe city. In his opinion lt would be
preferable to lose, the $400 already
paid if it would be possible to obtain
relief from the agreement, rather thnn
go ahead with the purchase of the
property.
Alderman Cameron thought that the
Council should see a copy of tbe
agreement, as there might possibly be
some way out of it.
Trustee  Dezall, who was  present.
amount of a similar date of Victory
Bonds, 5% per cent., was accepted.
In addition, the Vancouver, firm will
pay the city $75 premium.
Aldermen Balment presented the report of the Works Department for the i
month of February, which showed that
he matter of street and sidewalk repairs had been attended to. A letter!
was read by the chairman of this]
committee from residents on a certain '•
portion of Lumsden Avenue, relative.
lo tbe city assisting on the construe-1
tlon of a boulevard along the street'
near their property. The matter was
referred to the works committee fori
consideration.
Alderman Bronsden reported for the
Piro Committee. During the month
four fires of minor Importance had occurred. The fire at Dale's Bakery on,
;he evening of the lCth was the
largest, a loss of about $300, which j
was covered by insurance being en-i
tailed.
Alderman Balment read the report
the   Water   Works   Department,!
which showed that all the hydrants!
ere iu good condition, and that the i
citric thawing apparatus had been
used 04 times on services.
Alderman Cameron rend the report;
of the Sewer Department, which
showed that everything was running j
smoothly In this department. :
Alderman Flowers presented the
report   of   the  Electric   Department,
Celery King Is the thing
to stimulate- the liver, cleanse the
bowels, purify the blood, haniah
headaches and make you feel the
joy of bettor health and strength.
Nature's own laxative and tonic
loots and herbs in Celery King.
Hoc and 60c packages.
Are You Coughing?
Why not relieve it this very day 7
A few drops of Shiioh banishes that
tickliugin the throat that maddens
you. A few doses heal up the tore
and inflamed tissues in the throat
and really banish that cough. 80c,
60c and $1.20.   All druggists.
r FOR
COUGHS
smiOK
NEW STAR STUDIO
II. II AH A, Photographer
I'ortrails ii Amateur FliiMilii".
Hone by Hxpert Photographer
— PROOFS FURNISHED —
Leave us your Films to lie Oe-
eloperi  — 24-hour Service.
Studio: HA Kill STREET,
Over Whllo Lunch        Uox Ml
Boy Scouts
Benefit  Concert
14 Headline Acts
Do not fail to attend and boost the youngsters.   The
best talent of the town has; been secured and will be
seen and heard to advantage in
Musical Selections,
Songs,
Comedy Sketches,
Displays, Etc.
i
STAR THEATRE
two Nights only
Monday and Tuesday
March 19th and 20th
Admission
75c
CHANGE YOlTIl TICKETS KOH ltKSKHVKIt SKATS
AT CKAMIIIOOK IIIM'H AMI HOOK CO.
Coporation of the City of Cranbrook
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to
and including Wednesday next, the 21st inst., for the
removal of the Warehouse Building situate on Lot 19
in Block 40. The building is to be placed on the back
end of Lots 39, 40 and 41 In Block 88, lengthways with
the lane, 25 feet from the lane line, and levelled up.
The Contractors are to be responsible for all damage lo sidewalks, and to bear all expense of clearing
Electric Light or Telephone Lines. The work is to be
commenced Immediately and carried to completion to
the satisfaction of the City Engineer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
T.  M.  ROBERTS,
Cranbrook, B.C., City Clerk.
March 16th, .1923.
•j£/
Buy NOW Pay Later
No longer do you have to watt for your FORD until you can hand
ua ii cheque tor the full nmounl. A payment or one-third down puts
you behind the steering wheel of any model. The balance you pay
In 12 equal monthly payments. Take advantage ot IhlB plan TO-DAY.
You really only pay the Initial payment. Your FORD will more thnn
earn the rest.
Complete Slock of New nnd I'sed FORI) Oars.      Nee What We linve.
HANSON GARAGE
n-ii^
was asked to Bpoak, and Mild Lliul the
Urmrd had tiie right to make the pur-
IniHo and that tliey wero bound to goi
alieud with It, unless arrangements
could be made with tlio C.P.H. i
A motion waa finally nut throughi
by Aldermen BroiiBden and Jones recommending to the School Board the'
further consideration of their request
for four 'hundred dollars for the payment of an Instalment ou these lots, i
to sec if arrangements, could be made]
for the property to revert hack to the
original owners.
The quostton of tlie ownership of
tho poles UHeil Jointly by the Telephone ami Electric Ughi Companies,
was bmiight up by Aldetmnn liniment, city Engineer Eakin stated
that a proper list would be left by
him Indicating the ownership.
Alderman Camoron wanted to know
If tlie city horses could nol be used
on (lie thawing miUhiuo. It wns ex*
plained thai ii would roqutro un ox-
ii*ii mini to watch Ihom as tliey would
not stand.
^\ Merman Dt'OUsdoil 111 oil gill (hut
licences rdiiiiilil imt lie granted to every orlentiil Mint conies along to shirt
business iu town, He sntd Hint Ihey
were eiirriiachliig nil nil lines of
trade.
The question of lhe employment of
oilier than married men on the city
work was also brought up by Aid.
Hronsden, who was assured that this
practice held in all cases so far
tho employees were concerned,
By-law No. 220, known as I lie Dance
Regulation By-law was put through
Its first three readings.
By-law No. 221, known ns lhe Hut
By-law, was also read.   The rate decided upon  is  51  mills.
The matter of the removal of the
old warehouse from Us present site
came up, it being decided to call for
tenders for the removal of it to the
rear of the lire hall, where it will he
used as a city warehouse. It is the
mention to cover it with metal, re-
tloor it and make it of service as n
general workshop. It wus estimated that this could be done for less
'han  $1,000.
At the Instigation of Alderman T.
11. Bronsdon, the city council passed
a resolution definitely placing
themselves on record ns being favorable to the granting of concessions
ami Inducements to prospective industries.
Before the adjournment of the meet-
SEEDS Eli THE WEST
Selected, I rly, Hardy,
Productive iirieties for
Field, Qurdtjii aud Lawn
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AT   ItEGINA
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REGINA. SASK.
ing Alderman Jones on behalf of tbe
Council extended lhe retiring City Engineer, Mr, Eakin, tlie thanks of the
Council for tbe work that, he had done
for tho city. Ho had been a faithful
servant <>f tlio city, sparing neither
lime nor energy In the city's Interests. The clerk was instructed io
wrlto a letter lo Mr. i-inkin, embodying iho senllmeuls expressed.
The Council then adjourned to meet
iigniu on Thursday night.
" "After the way
Zam-Buk saved my leg, I consider
it a duty to let others know of its
wonderful healing," writes Mr.
Edward Bingham, ol IIS, 11 rani Avenue,
Hi-aiiuford "Ulcers broke out on my
right ankle, after typhoid, and the limb
got ao terribly inflamed and the paint
were bo intense that I was too disabled
to move in any way. After using lotiont,
salves and ointments, without avail, I
decided to see what Zani-Buk could do.
"The first application of this herbal
balm relieved swelling and soreness in a
surprising way and as I continued with
Zam-Buk discharge ceased, and the
ulcers began to be ' healthier looking '
and far less painful. In a week or two,
thanks to Zam-Buk, the last of the
inflammation had gone and the ankle was
thoroughly healed with firm new skin."
r%u-duk
Thi- b a fine
Icettlc, not only f»r
soup, lull fnr boil*
Ing nuit or stew-
in,', cooklntf vegetable! or e res civil,!*. Hi' iure vach
Ulen-.ii ycu l.uy
carries the SMP
trade mark.
There's nothing like piping hot, delicious
soup to start tbe hearty meal. Here is a fine
pot that will do a lot to help you moke good
soup—the SMP Enameled Ware London Kettle.
Even after TTie greasiest or stickiest cooking
SMP Enameled Ware cleans us easily as a
chin a dish.  Ask for
SMPdi^WARE
Three Untitle*.: Petri Wart, two coats of pearly grey
enamel inside and out. Diamond Ware, thin' cunts, iinht
blue and white outside, whit* lining. Crystal Wire, three
coats, pure white inside and out. with Hoyal llluc edging.
™-Sheit Mital Products coTEST
MOMThIal   TORONTO    WINNIPEG
iomonion   vANCOuvea caloari'
DELANY & SINCLAIR
SOLE AGENTS FOR
SMP WARE IN CRANBROOK
Phone 84
Phone 84
Aspirin
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains "directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
ITawly "Unynr" boxes of 12 tublcta^Alao bottles of 24 and 100—Drugglatt.
A.lilrlti Ih ihe trail,, mark {reoleir-rod in Canada! of Bayer Menufarture of Hone.
 il,"i,i,le.ler nf HaUcyllceild.    Whllo It la well known that Aeplrln mcanejlayor
i..tanufaet»iit', "to eaeiei tlio public aialawi'lnaHatiana. tH« Tabkna ai"Hayer'Cempifny
"■ 't aeneral trade.ejaeay ftt) *-taaaea n—j-
wlll be stamped wltb their I Friday. March 16, 1923
THE   CRANBROOK   IIERAM)
PAGE   THREE
BRITISH TEACHERS ARRIVE AT ST. JOHN.
Thirty-three school teachers from Kit gland arrived
Pacific steamer ''Montdare," under the charge ni Rev, I
all fully trained nml have come in help the CRWM of rural  t
arrivals into ttili country.
11  St.  Jolltl on Saturday last  on  board  the Canadian
J, Andrews, formerly of  llumboli, Sask,    They are
IUcatloil  in  the West,  and  to  help fanadianize  new
The CLUB CAFE
TRY YOUR BREAKFAST, LUNCH
OR DINNER AT THE CLUB CAKE.
All our food is the best
that the market provides.
TRY OUR COFFEE
Served with Pure Cream
COAST PYTHIAN IS
MAIMS RECIPIENT OF
NICE PRESENTATION
E, s. H. Winn, or Vancouver, well
known In Knights of Pythnu circles,
was recent ly presented with a diamond studded Jewel nt that order by the
members of Ills home lodge, on the
occasion of his recent elevation to
tho position of supreme master al
arms In the order. He is the firm
Canadian to occupy a position In the
supreme lodge of the Knights of Pythias, and Ills election was In recognition of his services In behalf of tlie
order. The Jewel was fashioned In
triangular shape, emblematic of tlio
insignia of the order and bordered
with diamonds, while a larger single
stone was set in tho centre.
POTATO INSPECTION
AND CERTIFICATION
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE 10
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMELTER
Frame's Bread Is GOOD Bread
His Pics, Cakes and Pcstry Me
made in a tasty manner which
Invites the most exacting person lo call again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
1'hone S"      •      Norbury Ate.
Following Is a statement of ore receipts at Trail Smelter for the period
during March 1st to 7th inclusive:
Name of Mine and Locality Tom
Bell, Beaverdell, B.C      48
Hewitt, Silverton, B.C      26
Knob Hill, Republic, Wn      S3
Lone Pine Surprise Last Chance,
Republic, Wn    2"n
Paradise, Lake Windermere, B.C.    -15
Ruth, Sandon, ll.C      40
Surprise, Republic, Wn    14?
Steel Group, Brlsco, B.C      2!)
Silversmith uimi, Sandon. B.C.   136
Silversmith (lend), Sandon, B.C.     24
Whitewater, Retallack, B.C      34
Company Mines  8.916
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
ANDJYER8
Every Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed is given
Our Utmost C»re.
Our knowledge o[ the bueineee
1b your assurance ot satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
riiim: is;
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M..
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher ot Singing. Violin end
Piano
Preparation for Musical Eiam-
Inattonl
111 UIJIHTROSU AVE.
1'ltone Mi» Crnnlironk, B.C.
pi 'i ■iMwrcW'itil
PARKER  &  McflEE
FlOUI und Feed Merchants
Hay still Grain ot All Hindi
Hanson Atenne
Cranhrook
Omen Phone 92   Res. Phone 310
fcj, . f     ..,.■■:'.:::..;i.r'URB
t!
CANADIAN
Pacific
CIUMIIIO0K THAIS TU.M
Ml. li; IIAII.V—To Neunn, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 11.11 p.
in.; leave 12,20 p.m.
NO. 18 UAILt-To Fernie, Uth-
bridge, Medicine Hat, Celgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 pja.; lent 4.11 p.m.
Cmibrook, Wycllfle, Klakerley Ser
vleei
Ho. 6tt-Le»e 7.06 a.m.  He.***-Arrive 1.10 pjn.
Crnnbrook, Uke, Wlgderaure ul
Goldea Serlvet:
Monday end Thured»y, etch week
—NO. Sal, leave 9 a.m.    W«Uw
and   «iturday-NO. 8H. arrtt*   I.M
(JB.
■ i
ror further partloulan atftr it
any ticket egea'.
J. I. PBOOTOB,
Total
. 9,;;8
lie! MOVE
CIUSJOILS
"California Fig Syrup" is
Child's Best Laxative
c
I'ven a sick child loves the "(rutty"
taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the
little tongue la coated, or It your child
Ih lint less, cross, feverish, full of cold,
or has colic, a teaspoonful will never
fall to open the bowel*. In a few hours
you can see for yourself how thoroughly lt works all the constipation poison,
sour bile and waste from the tendor,
little bowels and gives you a well,
playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "Califor
nla Fig Syrup" handy. Tliey know a
teaspoonful to-day saves a sick child
tn morrow. Auk your druggist for
genuine "California Fig Syrup" which
has directions for babies and children
of all ages printed nn the tint tie. Mo-
therl You must say "CAMF0KMA"
or you may get au Imitation flg syrup.
(Experimental Farms Note)
Although potato inspection and certification has rapidly increased In
scope ami uboJillness since its Inception lu Canada In 1915, there are
naturally many potato growers
throughout the country to whoso attention it lias not yet been drawn, lt
is therefore desired at this time briefly to enumerate the aims of the work
and the methods followed, In order
that all growers interested in the production of Heed potatoes reasonably
free from disease may be kept informed with regard to this phase of agricultural activity and, If they desire lo
do so, make application lor an Inspection of their n>ld]s during the
coming season.
The alms of the work are:
(1) To encourage the greater production of seed potatoes free from disease.
(2) To make known to tlie growers
the various diseases affecting potatoes,
their economic importance, and accepted methods for their control.
(3) To recommend to ihe growers,
In the event of a change of seed being
found necessary, sources of disease-
free seed potatoes-, thus gradually eliminating undesirable stock.
(4) To assist tlie growers whoso
stock upon Inspection Is found lo measure up to the standards sot, in securing favorable prices for their seed, by
the issuance of official certificates
vouching for its quality.
Tho methods applied in currying
out inspection and certification of potatoes are as follows:
(a) The fields are inspected at
.blossoming time, and again about a
month subsequently, In order to ascertain what diseases (if any) affecting the growing plants, ure present.
(b) Failure of any fields to measure
up to the standards set for these two
inspections disqualifies them for any
further consideration for Bced pur
poses.
(C) The crops of fields which pass
the two field Inspections are Inspected
at harvest time, or subsequently! and
if found reasonably free from dis
eases affecting the tubers, are passed
as worthy of certification as Extra
No 1 seed potatoes.
(d) A final inspection is made -- If
so requested by the grower—of all
such crops when sold, and a certification tag attached by the inspector
to every bag at the time of shipment.
These tags, are issued by the Domin-
...    _.j, of .^gplpultufg ami au
of the Plant DIs-
,vice.    Tills  seal
 tbf any tag upon
which S ^B should be look-
ti>rH| Hpiscrs to
secu^woira-nn^Wttra No. 1 certified
seed potatoes.
All growers of potatoes intended for
seed purposes, who have not yet received a practical demonstration of
tho work aud who desire lo have
their fields Inspected during 1923, are
urged to communicate with the Dominion Botanist, cent nil Experimental
Farm, Ottawa, as early in the season
as possible in order that arrangements may be made In good time to
meet   their  requirements.
• •••••••••i«
• •
• KLKO  HAPPENINGS     +
0 t
Mr, Appleyard, Jr., was h business visitor Thursday.
Mr. Woods, of the Wigwam Pulp
Mill, passed through Elko en route
to MoNab Siding Thursday.
Jas. Brodie, of Nelson, was in Elko
Wednesdoy and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson, of Cranbrook are spending a few days with
their daughters, Mrs. Duncan and
Mrs. Longley.
Mr. Emery, of the East Kootenay
Pwver Co;, Bull River, was in Elko
on Friday last.
W. Roberts, ot Bull River, was in
Elko  visiting on  Wednesday.
W. T. Hill of Lethbrldge aud F. T.
Campbell of Cianbrook, were visitors
on business Thursday.
V. Harkner, of Toronto, wus a business visitor on Thursday.
1. Brown, game warden, or P rule,
spent Thursday in Elko and district.
A hockey game was staged on the
local ice on Wedneiday, between Klko and Waldo. The Waldoltes prov-
od the better team and won by a
score of 6-2.
Mr. Mtllett of the pool room spent
Friday evening in Fernie.
C, E. Ordish, the cougar man, passed through Elko en route to Cranbrook Monday with a fine specimen.
He lauded It alive nnd intended shipping it to the States.
Fred Ryckman, Indian Agent's assistant of Cranbrook, spent Thursday In Elko.
J. Bo by, of McNab siding, motored
in on Friday.
W. Woods has started a new camp
on the old North Star limit.
T. H. Jackson, of Toronto, was a
business visitor Friday.
(lib Todliunter has been busy all
week installing the transformer, and
It is expected the power company
will  resume work before  long.
W. Halpenny of Calgary and H.
Molten of U'thbridge were business
visitors over Tuesday night.
Road Supt. Haynek, of Fernie,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Elko and district.
Bert Sang, of the Cranbrook Job-
bert, was hustling business on Wednesday.
Mrs. Dlngsdale, of Pernie, is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Hubers-
ty, for a few days.
*vim>i:hmkkk stockmen
re-elect ihrectors
fob enscing year
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Mar. 13. — The annual meeting of tlie district stock -
breeders' assotiation was held on the
afternoon of the 13th, when a large
attendance was featured. The reports of the past year showed the organization to be in a good and healthy
state both as to finances and interest
displayed In the work. Strong regulations were passed as to the running of scrub bulls on the range, and
covering matters of that character.
The union of the members with
the B. C. Stockbreeders Association
was arranged as in the past years,
The old board of directors was reelected with the exception of Mr. J.
W. Morland, whose private duties
prevented him from accepting the office of president, which he has so ably filled for the past two years. Mr.
J. A. McCoskrie was elected president
In Mr. Norland's place, and Mr. A. J.
Walker of Premier ranch, was elected   vice-president.
KOOTENAY AUTHORESS
WINS PLACE IN RECENT
NATIONAL COMPETITION
lnverni.M'. B.C., March L2.   Further
lustre in a literary way has been added to ilie laurels which already
crown ibis part by the announcement
made recently iu the Calgary Daily
Herald thai -Mrs. Helen B. Sandwell
of this place had won a place with her
Btory entitled "The Valley of Color
Days" iu the recent second competition for Canadian authors. The dispatch mentions tiie authoress as "Miss
Helen B. Sandwell. of Inverness. B.C."
an unfortunate mistake in the address
which occurs all too frequently.
Mrs. Sandwell is the wife of Flight
Lieutenant Arnold H, Sandwell, of the
Royal Air Force, and before her marriage was a writer on the staff of the
Montreal Herald.
Much interest is being manifested
by the ladies of the district in a series
of lectures which Mrs, Basil G. Hamilton of ihis place is carrying on along
the lines of giving further Information
as to the exercise of the franchise of
voters, and laws pertaining to women.
LANKLY PLAYERS WILL
WORK OUT SCENES AT
THE   PARADISE   MINE
(Special to Tim Herald
lnvermere, B.C., March 7.—Confirmation bus just been received that
twenty-five members of the Metropolitan Company of l,uskey Players, under the direction of Mr. H. B. Carver,
ire to-day leaving New York for this
;iluce with two aeroplanes as part of
their equipment for a six weeks try
out or pictures in the famous Windermere district. At the ordinary rate
of travel they should arrive here by
Friday next.
Exactly what is in the wind has noi
yet been announced, but the puctures
to be shot will largely pertain to the
mountains and the habits of the local
Kootenay Indians, Part of the work
will be done in connection with the
raw-hiding and bringing ore (down
for shipment from tho well-known
Paradise Mine, which Is located some
nineteen miles west of here on a
mountain ai an elevation of 8,001) feet.
The work of transporting this ore to
ihe bins is one frnughl with a certain
amount of danger and novelty, and
will certainly lend Itself well to
screen work.
FIRST II.C. MUSICAL
FESTIVAL TO RE HELD
AT   COAST   SHORTLY
WYCLIFFE NOTES
A serious accident  liappi.-iiel to lit
tie Hilly Tanner on Sunday afternoon,!
A number of buys were plajlng on
the lumber uc'.Us lu the l.nd, and
In some way he got jammed between
two of the heavy truclft, re-niitlng in i
:' compound tincture ■>■" one <•! his
legs. Steve Clark rendered first aid
and he was afterwards taken to thel
St. Eugene Hospital in the ambulance. A number of stitches were:
taken in his leg, und he Is now do-'
ing as well as could be expected.
Mrs. Clias. Smith was a week-end
Visitor at the home of Mrs. R, H.
Trew.
Nourishing
- because it
has twice the
butter content
of ordinary
fluid milk
"^crttttul
ST. CHARLES MILK
Free   Recipe.'  Book-
Write the BordcnCo. ,
Limited,  Montreal.
Miss Maty Taylor ami Miss I). Staples were guests at lhe Bennett
Ranch,  Marysvllle. on  Sunday.
.Mrs. Jack Braithwalte and son,
Teddy, of Vancouver, are visiting
Mrs. II. J, Caldwell.
Mrs. Harry Albertaon ol Coeur
d'Alene. Ida ha, arrived in Wycllfle on
Tuesday to spend u few weeks.
The mock trial to take place next
Wednesday, March 21st, was planned at a meeting held al the club
last Monday night. The following
are to take part: Judge. Stevt
Clark; Clerk, Ted Fisher; Lawyer
for Prosecution, Lloyd Crowe; Lawyer for Defence Pert Johnson; Accused,   R.  Fleming;   Policeman,  EtnJle
Thibodeau; Witnesses for Prosecution. J, Jones, W. Johnson. Bob Trew,
Mrs. H. Houle; Witnesses for defence H. Houle. H. Caldwell. Mrs. L,
Crowe. H. S. Young. The charge
against the accused reads as follows:
"That on the morning of March 1st,
at 11 am . Itobert Fleming, the accused, was seen at the brink of St Mary's River, watering the milk intended for the use of the innocent women and children of Wycliffe B The
tdlal should prove amusing, especially as Mr. Fleming's milk is of the
very highest quality, The trial is to
be followed by au open discussion on
the Ruhr Valley invasion by the
French. Those coining to the debate are asked to study '.his question
and to come prepared to take part In
the discussion.
Two Foremost Dempsey Challengers
Floyd Johnsou. town farm L.
Atuoricau heavyweight from Arge
training at New York last week—i
Hull) want tUttUs with Dempwy
i deft) and Louis Firpo. South
tine fright), ruugbed it about tu
• Tex Rldura. promoter looked on
A British Columbia Mublcal Festi-.
vai is to be held lu Vancouver from!
May UO to June 1. This Is the first1
attempt to hold a gathering of this,
nature in B.C., though Alberta and
Manitoba, among other provinces,'
have been holding festivals for many years. The B. C. event has been i
organized by the Knights of Pythias,
and the proceeds nre iu aid of the:
children's aid society. It is hoped!
that every town of Importance in the j
province will be represented in the'
competitions. Complete syllabuses;
are now obtainable.
WANTED
5,000 MEN
to try our meals at the new cafe.
AH white help.   Opposite depot.
Full course meals .Tie.
A trial  will convince you.
Under  the  management  of
BOB KELLY
Give a Returned Man a Trial.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Practical Ceutrckl Coarse la
StortMad, TypewrttUg
BeeUetpDg,  Cemmrekl   Law
FeuMuMp
Ci—wrhl Eifiiih aud
SHflhig
DAT   AND   NIGHT   CLASSICS
For Partfcilari Apply to
C. W. TTLIE, Principal
P. 0. Bra, 11, Helson, B.C
Mrs A. Daniels
was Prostrated
MIC NATIONAL UATIIEK-
INU Ol' CONSERVATIVES
PLANNED FOR WINTER
It bus now been practically decided to hold a great national Conservative Convention In Ottawa this
coming year, probably in December.
It was originally Intended to holt.
this gathering soon after the adjournment of the present session, but the
reason for favoring December was
that tho low railway rates prevailing
iu that month would be a considerable advantage tn delegates coming
from a distance.
The ulllcial chairman for the convention has not yet been definitely
decided upon, but Sir Edward Kemp
of Toronto Ih being spoken of for the
position.
Bedridden From Neuritis, Toronto Woman Taken Tanlae
and Now Restored, Gains
Sixteen Pounds
Mrs. Ada Daniels. 29 First Avenue,
Toronto, Out., reports a gain of sixteen pounds in weight and relates an
experience with Tanlac that will be
of interest throughout Canada.
"Before I got Tanlac," says her
statement, "I had lost fifteen pounds
and was down in bed suffering unmercifully. Neuritis had affected my
whole system so awfully that I could
scarcely move a muscle in my body.
I had no appetite, and suffered such
agony from heart palpitation and gas
on the stomach that I had to prop
myself up in bed at times in order to
get my breath. I was just racked
with poin and misery, and my nerves
were so shattered thnt many nights 1
couldn't sleep a wink.
, "Tanlae had rid mo of rheumatism
I two years previous, so I took the
treatment again, and have gained sixteen pounds and feel as fine os I ever
i did in my life. Tanlae has done me
iao much good I can't r01 III telling
! everyone I can about it."
Tonlsc Is for sale by all good drug-
j gists.   Over 35 million bottle* sold.
Bruce Robinson
Teacher ot Xasle
Studio above Murdoek McLeod's.
PflOM MS
ROBINSON'S ORGHESTRA-DANGES ARRAHGEO FOR
FOB  RELIABILITY, SOUNDNESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
PURITY OF TONE AST) PER-
FECTION OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
Wi i CO. PIKNQ
Write tor Booklet or Call at   410 Baker Street, NeUon, B.C.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMELTINO AND REFINING UEPARTMBNT
TRAIL,   BUITISII   COLl'lBU
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers uf fluid, Silver, Copper, Lead & Zinc Ore*
Producer! of Hold, NIhcr, (upper, Pig Lead and Zinc
TADANAI " BRAND
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THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, March Hi, l!)i,'l
8 frfSfi ft.ia mia^iv^vmiijiwmimimt 'ii
methodist Cburcb
REV. 11. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
SILNDAV, MARCH 18, lUffl
11  a.m.—Morning Service  (Junior Cliulr)
12.15.—SUNDAY SCHOOL,.   Bible Class led by tbe Pastor.
7.80 p.m.—Evening Service   (Senior Choir),
.1   HE.UtlY  WELCOME TO ALE
I01IUKH AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets In the
O.W.V.A. Hall
Afternoon of the
first Tuesday at
3 p.m.
All ladles are
cordially Invited
President!   Mrs. r. Constanllue.
Mec-Treasurer:  Mrs.  S. Taylor.
I. 0. 0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE,
No. 48
flt
e,*9*eA .       Meets every
"B£^""JCMo.,day night at
|E""g«i£jThe Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows
are cor-
a>
flliilly invited.
N.a
13. U.
Dlngley
Reo.
Sec.    -     -    W. (
. Adlard
H. C. LONG ~~
Fashionable Lmlles' and Gents'
Merchant Tailor.
Chinese Fancy Goods and Silk.
Vun Hume St., Cranbrook
Phono 41G P.O. Bol 447
BUST   WORKMANSHIP
FIT GUARANTEED
C.  JOE   BROS.
MERCHANT TAILORS
LADIES'   AND   GENTLEMEN'S
FINE TAILORING
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Cninlirook Street
Opposite tho Bank of Commerce
Me^^tMtJ
A ,MA« snow; woase sense by!
/NOT  /NDUUjIN' IH ft LOT    o'
HOSS6   TALK /
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Phone 210 P.O. Bex 833
B. A. M00RH0USE
A.M.E.l.C, & B.C.L.S.
FKOV. LASH SUKTE10K
Cranbrook     ■      ■ B. C.
Montana Reslaurant
Meals nl All Hours
Cigars, Clgnrellos nml Cnnilles
Cninlirook SI,     -     Phone Sill
Opp. Bank of t'omuierco
Ilrs. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians and Suramins
Ofhco  at  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Baptist Cljurct)
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
REV. DON CAMPBELL
of Pernie will preach morning
and evening, in exchange with
tlie Pastor.
MRS, CAMPBELL WILL SING.
Come and Hear Them,
11! noons Sunday School
SUCCESSFUL YEAR IS
REPORTED BY CERTI-
WED POTATO GROWERS
For coughs take half a ten-
spoon oi' Minard's internally
in molasses. For sore throat
nnd chest heat nnd rub well
into -.'effected part:-. For cold
in hood heat and inhale.
ffltinard'i ghtl quiet relief        tt
WHY    OPERATE J
When IIMPATOI.A removes fall
atones In ;'l hours without pain and
relieves appendicitis, stomach and
liver troubles. Contains no poison.
Not sold by dn.gglata.
MIW. U :■:<>. S. ALMAS
Sole Manufacturer
.30 Fourth Ave., So.. Saskatoon, Buk
Price I«.e0 Phone IIH
llll. F. 11. MILLS
dentist
office hours
9 to 12 a.m.     1 to 6 p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone 350
.Norbury Ave., neit to City Hall
Where
B. C. Products
Lead
Few people realize the number of things which are being made in British Columbia at this' time. Several
products lead all Canada in
tho matter of quality. The
milk canned in our province
is admittedly produced in the
Dominion] yet many citizens
have never tried II. ('aimed
fruits and vegetables, Jams,
etc., all lake lbe lead, yet
thousands of dollars' worth
nf canned goods are Imported annually.
If every citizen would study
the matter for himself [lie
problem of unomplopment
would never exist In British
Columbia,
Pacific iVliiiTco., Ltd.
j        Head Office, Vancouver, IU'.
I lu-tarles at Abbots ford and lad upr,
\V lihlorii.tn' (Jrowers Feel Nat-
isinctory Progress Made
I.UNt  Year
(Special io The Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., March 10.—The
Windermere District Potato Growers'
Association Second Annual Meeting
was held at lnvermere on March 7th.
There was a fair attendance of members and much Important business
was transacted. The annual report
showed thai. I here had been seven
meetings of the Association during tbe
year besides a demonstration in
rogueing growing crops at the Dominion Experimental Station.
During the year the directorate has
been increased from three members
lo five. Tlie directors have been empowered to deal with the selling of
members' crops. Early in the year
il seemed possible that a union of all
Iho B.C. Potato Growers' Associations
would be arranged, and the local association intimated its willingness to
Join such an union. However, when
tlie matter was taken up at tbe Grand
Porks Potato Pair it was found that
it would be better to wait and see
what came of tbe movement among
tiie fruit growers to form one large
central selling agency In the province
for fruits and vegetables.
An important decision adopted this
season was the treatment of seed potatoes with corrosive sublimate prior
to planting, instead of with formalin
as before. A move forward was made
when new sacks were used for the
shipment of commercial potatoes, and
ihe sacks numbered with each member's individual number.
Two car loads of potatoes were
shipped out early in October; one with
Vetted Gems to Calgary, and one with
(lie Wee McGregor variety to Pernie.
The report goes on to say: "The
crowning event of tlie year was the
success we secured at the Provincial
Potato Pair at Grand Porks, November 27th to December 2nd, to which
we senl 29 exhibits, 21 of which became prize winners. Tiie awards included the second prize in the Dis-
trict Display class, with a special
prize of a potato grader; also one special lu the certified seed class; and
one iu the Commercial clnss, consisting of a miniature cup aud a knapsack sprayer respectively. These
prizes were obtained in spite of the
fact that there was a particularly
large number of exhibits at the fair
ind strong competition in all classes.
According to the score cards, Ihreil of
our exhibits came within a point of
perfection."
The financial position of the Association is very satisfactory. Having
'>egun the year with a small adverse
jnlance, there is now n balance In the
iank, This result has been attained
without any special call upon tbe
members Tor funds.
It was found that after providing
For their own needs for lhe coming
reason members have a small surplus
stock of seed oil hand to meet orders
from places outside the district.
The two varieties to be specialized
n during the 1023 season will be thf
Netted Gem and lbe Wee McGregor,
The directors and officers of tbe Association were re-elected for another
year, with the addition of two more
members on tlio Directorate,
COPPER   MOUNTAIN
ORES WILL <U> TO
TRAIL FOR SMELTING
Uraiil.y Company- liy Rig Deal
Takes Over Priucvtou
Company'
Formal ratification ot the plans of
the Granby Consolidated Mining,
Smelting and Power Company to purchase the huge plant of the Canada
Copper Company at Princeton for
stock worth .$3,750,000 wus made ut
a meeting of the shareholders of tho
former company in New York some
days ago. The deal was concluded by
the Issue of u quarter of a million
new shares, of which 155,000 will be
used for the acquisition of tbe Copper
Mountain plant.
Concentrates from the Copper
Mountain property recently aciiulred
by the Granby Company will be sent
to Trail to be smelted, it has been
announced by II. S. Munroe, general
manager of the Granby Company,
Tho property has not yet been actually taken over, he said, but us soon
us the transaction was completed
minor alterations would be made iu
the mill, so that It could be worked
ul its capacity of 3,000 tons a duy.
About 400 mot) would be employed
In iho mine nnd mill.
EASTERN CANADIAN
CLUB MEMBERS TO
VISIT HEST IN SUMMER
A lour across Canaiia. of about a
month's duration, Us object being
purely of nn Instructional nature, is
to be undertaken by the Canadian
Club of Montreal. The special train
is lo leave In Augiisl next, and stops
will be made iu all centres where Canadian Clubs have been ' established,
as well ns at the national parks ami
mountain resorts. Digressions will
also be made Into the Kootenay and
Okanogan, and the party Is expected
to visit Vancouver, Victoria and
Prince Rupert before returning to the
east.
DAVID SPENCER CO.
(JOES INTO CREAMERY
BUSINESS AT KAMLOOPS
The David Spencer Co., of Vancouver, have taken over the plan! and
business of tho Kamloops Creamery,
it is announced. They are taking possession immediately, and Intend to
remodel the plant, converting it into
a thoroughly up-to-date concern. The
Creamery has been established for
about five years, and lias hail difficulty in getting on its feet properly.
First Mntor Caravan Across Sahara fi \
WLi
History was made na this first motor caravan chugged Us war
across the Imrnln* samlB or the Sahara desert This Picture WM
taken In the very heart of tlie desert, .between In-sulah und Uoggar.
It was h French .expedition
desirous of  taking   up   bind   o\
splendid  Hat  which  lies close
the Columbia.
•     FORT STEELE NOTES
The Girls' Basketball conn
held u very successful and enjo
novelty dance ou Friday last,
pianists giving their services,
profits were fairly large, over
ty-five dollars being cleared.
Bandit Bill   Is   unite busy ai
this  burg,   barns  and   houses
broken into, and the contents n
ed.     No police being here, some
seem to do ns they darn well pit
horo and v\
HAYNES LAKE AUD
WALDO imvs #i
The basketbtill girls gave a most
delightful dance and sapper to aboul
25 couples on Friday evening, March
Dth, The Cranbrook orchestra was
in iiticmluncc, and dancing continued until :s a.m. Evoryono reports having had a splendid time.
The contractors aro busily employed on tlie new bridge across the Kootenay being built at Waldo,
Mr. und Mrs. uarrabee or Baynes
Lake huve moved to Waldo, where
Mr. Larrabee expects to work with
the Baker Lumber Co,
Mr. L, Chambers and family have
moved from Baynes to Waldo.
Mrs. Cairalhers, the public health
nurse, bus resigned her position here
and a new nurse will arrive on the
17th of March to replace her.
A Health Concert Is being put on
in Boss' Hall, Waldo, by the Waldo
and Baynes schoolchildren, on Friday evening, March 10th. A collection in aid of Red Cross work will be
taken.
Mr. Fromnie and family ure moving tills week to Wasa, where Mr
Promme is to be employed for the
summer.
Mr. Heaslcy, who has been a team-
sicr with llio Adolph Co. for several
years, Is leaving for Montana, where
bu Is taking a teaming contract at a
mill there.
The A'lplph -Trading Co, ure closing
tludr store here on March 15.
Capt, joint Barnard is attending u
Farmers' Convention at lnvermere
Ibis week.
A homo nursing class is being started hi Baynes by Mrs, Cnrrutliers, the
public health nurse, The classes nre
to be held at Mrs. Urn's.
Mr. J. O. Piper, of Baynes bus accepted the position of pinner fore-
jman with the White Sprure Mills,
near Fernie. The family will not
bo moving there until the roads clear
STEEL GROUP REMAINS
STEADY SHIPPERS DURING   WINTER  MONTHS
(Special to The Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., March 3.—The station of Brlsco situated midway on the
Kootenay Central branch of the C.P.R.
between this point and the branch's
northern terminus, hi,s seen quite a
busy time In a small way since the
close of last summer in the bringing
In and shipping of ore from the Steel
group of mines on the west side of
the Columbia River up Number Three
Creek about twenty miles to tlie west
of the station, and from the Isaac
group iu the same Immediate neigh-
borhood. Five cars of ore have been
brought to the station and shipped
out from the Steel Group and another
car Is about, to be shipped, while one
car has come away from the Isaac.
Realty access fs now given to the
point of shipment by the Provincial
Government having erected n traffic
bridge over tbe Columbia River, which
also serves the purposes of persons
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I.. K- Armstrong, secretary or ihe!
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of .Miring Engineers, aside from the
dutios of that office, iH devoting most'
of bis time these days to lite affairs Of
the Spoknue-Alborlti Coal Go., n cor-!
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Construction or a five-mile standard
guago railway rrom Crews Nest station, on tho Crows Nest branch or the
tlanadiun Pacific railway, fs practicality completed, and will furnish au
outlet for the product, which fs steam
coal or excellent quality. Oullock for
marketing Is good as the Canadian
Pacific alone Is prepared to take all
that Is produced, while rates have
been secured which will enable tbo
coal to be laid down in Spokane in
competition with Utah aud Wyoming coals.
VT7HILE acting as special investi-
" gator for the Canadian Government. James Oliver Curwood became enamoured of Nature's wonderland in the Canadian Rocky
mountains and made it the scene of
many of his stories. "The Valley
of Silent Men," that little Eden of
the North, over which three snow-
clad sentinel mountains keep perpetual ward, was no myth. Mr.
Curwood simply claimed it by romancer's right, and blazed the way
to it over the trail taken by his
heroine, the little Canadienne, Ma-
rette, and the gullunt Corporal
James Kent of the Royal Mounted
1'ol'f.
II™ with all his skill as a word-
painter, Mr. Curwood could only indicate the natural beauties of this
1'aradise. Even the "still" camera
and the painter's canvas can capture only isolated bits of natural
beauty which seem so remote that
the spectator can hardly realize
Ibeir truth. Out now the motion
pictures have followed Mr. Cur-
wood's trail, and in filming "The
Valley of Silent Men" amidst the
very scenes which the author described in his thrilling romance, will
bring home to millions of screen devotees the natural wonders of the
Canadian Pacific Rockies.
Cosmopolitan Productions on acquiring the motion-picture rights to
"The Valley of Silent Men", sent a
company up into the mountains
early last spring. For twelve weeks.
they camped and took pictures about
Banff and Lake Louise, and the
camera caught that miracle of nature—the coming of spring in the
snowy wilderness. Frank Borzage,
celebrated as the director of "Hu<
moresque" and other successful Cosmopolitan productions, captained
the company,—which was headed by
Miss Alma Rubens, as the heroine,
Marette, and Lew Cody, as the gallant corporal of the Royal Mounted,
Edward Fexu, the veteran guide, piloted the daring picture people
thnogk dangtrdui pawn, wl '
Th« ipprr plrtir* ti Alma Ruboiu, whs plan •*!• part af "Marrltf" In "Tha Valley at
Sllant Hen," and a -lag Uam In tha Canadian R.rk.f* at lUnff, Allxi-ta, laat aprlng.
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Albarta.
dians  of the  Stoney  tribe  under
Chief John Powderfacc, were enlisted by the company; both as
guided and characters in the picture.
One especially thrilling and dangerous scene was filmed when Miss
Rubens slipped into a crevasse in a
glaciei,—(according to directions of
the scenario)—but the hero's frantic search for her gave occasion for
filming the icy depths of that vast
frozen river. Dog sledges bore
the lovers into a veritable "Valley
of Silent Men", where their romance
ended happily beneath the benediction of the three white sentinels of
this snowy Eden of the Northland.
No trail was too long or dangerous for Director Borzage and his
courageous company, and the results as seen upon the silver screen
achieve not only a perfect picturiza
tien, «! Mr. Cimwad'a rojMMa. 1st tfc* staking of this film.
an excellent moving-picture of tha
Canadian Rockies.
It took a long time to find just
the right place in which to film this
thrilling story. In the first place
the scenery had to conform to the
author's description, and after that
it had to be far and away out of
the run of ordinary mountain scenery. It had to be on a scale of grandeur and interest that would help
make the film remarkable. Then too,
it had to be accessible. The Canadian Pacific Rockies in the vicinity
of Banff and Lake Louise filled aft
these requirements, and further
provided the very best possible accommodation for the members of tha
company at the Banff Spring*
Hotel, and the Lake Louise Chateau,
both in very easy distance of tht
wonderful scenes photographed  is
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CRANBROOK     .     .     .     B.C.
ANNUAL MEETING WOOL
OROWERS' ASSOC.
(Continued from Pan 1)
erence to our local freight. Ship
menta coming In from along the
G.T.P., some polnta on Vancouver Island, and the Cranbrook district cost
more to reach Kamloops than the rate
to Toronto, Ontario.
Our selling agents, the Canadian
Co-operative Wool Growers, Limited,
were also able to make a reduction iu
their selling charges of %c, making
our total cost to tbe grower 594c per
pound— %c. less than last year. Every effort Is being made to keep down
tlie coBt of our local organization.
We collected wool at several polnta
In tho province, nnd we are still
working lt out n» to whether It Is a
ohenper proposition than shipping direct to one central point nt Kamloops.
PoilUH nt which we collected this year
wero Victoria. Crnnbrook, Williams
Idihe, OllntOII and Kamloops. We llrul
It pays lu the Cariboo collecting to
collect at Williams Lake mid ship to
Clinton, collecting thore, aud draylug
down the road to Ashcroft, rather than
go round hy P.Q.B. tn Vancouver and
then Kit at.
All the growers are not yet giving the help they might in connection with this collecting. When the
collecting point Is arranged In your
district from which to ship, you
should make an effort to get your
wool to that point on the day set; a
few days before if your shipping connection Is bad; but not too long before on account of storage which ia usually not good and adds to the expense of the car. In many cases
last year the car would be held for
a considerable time waiting for tbe
picking up of shipments coming in.
and even with this delay wool would
arrive after the car was gone. This
could be remedied if each shipper
would ship his wool on the date set,
or as near before It as would make
the  connections.
At the last annual meeting the resolution, as read in the minutes, In
connection with the pests that cause
loss to our flocks, was passed, and
we have had action, making the bounty $2.00 on coyote pups, the same as
on aged coyotes, with the pelts returned.
At the last annnal meeting also a
committee was appointed jto interview the Canada Western Woolen
Mills, Vancouver, to see If we could
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LOUIS B. MAYER Presents
REGINALD BARKER'S
PRODUCTION OF
HEARTS AFLAME
Th* mad
woodsman
Ha alerted the foreel
iie that charred a whole
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Urea
Adapted by J. C. Hawke
aael L. C Rigby from
Harold Titue'e novel,
"Timber." Directed by
IWgiaald Barker.
FERNIE WINS OVER
I.OCA1, ICE rilAMI'S.
IN GAME LAST FRIDAY15?1,'0"
'Iho Pernio All-Star    liockey team
won a listless game from Cranbrook
last Friday. ti - 2. Playing without
Bachelor ami Henry Blutnenaeur, and
not having been on the Ice for over
a week, the locals were away below
form.      Fernie used four subs, and
Tobln           defence
BJ, Hogarth
Bwodeborg
u. iHumviKiiMir
Wilson          centre
it. Huffman
DlokeiiB         left wiiii;
II. Bridges
McToer     linln wing
Due. Hujttnan
Neighbor, Kaponl,
McGraw and
MoSalve, substitute...
i at* I
Hector McKenzie, of Elossland, spell assessor for the Workmen's Com*
rushed in new men at every bell, and! nensation Board, has been  In the ti
the
"HEARTS AFLAME," or "TIMBER," COMING TO STAR THEATRE,
FRIDAY and SATlRI)AY,OF NEXT WEEK, March S» and 34.
sell our B.C. wool clip to the B.C.
manufacturers. We spent three days
In Vancouver Interviewing the management of the mills, and the best
offer we could get from them was
13c. They to take the wool as they
needed it, which would average about
ton or two a month. This would
have made It necessary for us to have
warehouse in Vancouver, which
would have entailed storage and Insurance, handling and grading. Of
this expense the mill would pay half
the storage and insurance. This
would have returned to the growers
between 10c and lie per pound.
This did not appear good enough,
and on our return I wrote each of tbe
directors who were at (the annual
meeting, laying the matter before
them and asked them to write me
giving their opinion, and they were
all of the opinion that the proposition
should be turned down, and that we
should do business with the mill on
the basla of the Toronto prices less
the freight from Kamloops to Toronto.
In connection with the financial
statement the reserve la now $3,801.-
76. This la $435.13 more than last
year, which I am sure you will not
consider too much to be added to the
reserve for this year.
The future outlook for the wool
grower Is bright iafter the listless
market of 1920 and 1921. The market is steadily advancing nnd this Ih
particularly marked In the lower
grade* of cross-bred wools. In 1921
tho world surplus was 2,850.000 bait*
oi' 350 pounds each, and to-day this
surplus Is practically gone. In the
United States the consumption in
1922 was tiSl million pounds as against an estimated production of 250
million pounds.
Prom all of the above, it is reasonable to look forward into 1923 with
confidence, and to expect from It a
sound healthy market for Canadian
graded wool.
We regret tha loss of our second
vice-president, Mr. A. C. Altken of
Duncan, who died recently. Having
been connected with the Vancouver
Inland  Florkma Biers'  Association.
I wish to express my appreciation
to the officers and directors ot the Association who have so ably carried
on the work of the Association during the past year, and particularly
Mr. C. K. Whitney-Griffiths, who looked after tthe collecting of the wool
at Victoria; Mr. A. L. Hay, who look*
ed after the collecting at Cranbrook;
Mr. W. II. Hawkahaw, who collected
at Chllllwack; Mr. Geo. C. Hay, who
so ably looks after our Interests on
the directorate of the Canadian Co-
operative Wool Growers, Limited,
Toronto, and the Press for Its generous assistance from time to time.
WM. HARRISON,
President
Live Stock Commissioner McDonald
gave a fine address on the sheep In-
dustry, strongly advocating no diversion from the policy of selling their
product through the Canadian Cooperative, an organisation which, ow
Ing to Its established reputation for
graded wool, had created a bigger
market and la now recognized as the
best selling house in Canada for Canadian wool. It was in a large measure responsible for placing the sheep
Industry aa a whole on a better basis
than any other branch of animal bus-
bandry.
He drew the attention of sheepmen
to 'the B.C. mutton market, pointing
out that the sheep industry of B.C.
only supplied sufficient lambs to take
care of the wants of the three Coast
cities for one month, and that this
market would soon be taken hold of
by the Alberta breeders and sheepmen south of the line If the B.C.
sheepmen did not go In fnr It. He
urged there was a bright future tor
the local lamb trade, particularly the
early market.
The next game will be played on
Friday, March 23rd In the C.It.C. gym.
at 9 o'clock, there being a girls' game
between the two local High School
teams ut li o'clock.   Admission 25c.
Turn out Cranbrook basketball fans
and boost your own teams.
It. M. Brown gave au Interesting talk
on grazing on Dominion forest lands,
There waB u (great opportunity to
utilize more of this land, he said, adding that his office was anxious to
meet the sheep men und to assist
them In locating rangos and using
them.
Dr. Bruce, Dominion pathologist,
Agassiz, gave- a talk on range diseases, particularly timber grass poisoning, stating that every endeavor was
being made to combat tlie disease.
In the evening Arthur Morton, of
the Dominion sheep and goat branch
gave a highly Interesting and Instructive lecture, Illustrated with moving |    Mrs. Melbourne of 84 Fulton Ave.,
pictures  showing  all  phases  of  the Ottawa, Out., writes:  "I had a very
the  locals  were  forced  to   play
entire game without a (.-limine.
Penile scored first and Bridges
made it one all. Fernie scored two
more, and the first spasm ended 8-1.
The second was much closer, and
the coal-heavers Hot the only tally,
making the score 4-1. Cranbrook
forced tho play at the start of the limit session, nnd Doc. Huffman scored, making it 1-2. Clay was even for
a few minutes, bin ine use of fresh
men by Fernlo was ton much, and the
locals gradually faded, the final hell
Boeing Fernie winning ti - 2.
Tlie Cranbrook players greatly resent tlio action of Fernie iu sending
a report of their great victory to three
different papers. Tliey did not state
that Crnnbrook was without its regular team and also had tto substitutes. Cranbrook has won many games this year, and will let its record
speak for itself. They do not care
what Calgary, Lethbrldge or Nelson
(if anyone rend the account) think of
the game, but they do want their
home supporters to know the absolute facts.
Tho line-ups:
Fernie Cranbrook
Blundell goal T. Hogarth
ty this week on one of his semi-annual business visits.
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Even stubborn, unruly or shatnpt
hair stays combed all day in am style
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So Declares Mrs. Melbourne of
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sheep Industry, from the land to the
table. c
LOCALS >ei:d but one
MOKE WIN TO LAND
BASKETBALL CUP
On Wednesday evening the Cranbrook senlon men's basketball team
journeyed out to Wycliffe and beat
Steve Clarke's aggregation in their
own gym to the tune of 27 to 22.
WycillTe had the better of the play
In the first hair, the score being 12 to
8 at half time. But in the second half
with two fresh men on, McLean und
Musser, the tables were turned, Cranbrook scoring 19 points in this half to
Wycllffe's 10. McLean starred with
his shooting, the whole Cranbrook
team displaying dazzling combination
work. Staples and Young showed up
well for the losers. Beaton also
showed up well on the Cranbrook defence.
Cranbrook has hut to win one more
game against Wycliffe and the local
basketball hoys wilt he In possession
of the Wilson Cup, which is emblematic of the basketball championship
of the district.
bad cold on my chest, when I received
the sample of your Vicks VapoRub,
aud after two or three applications I
found great relief, and before the Jar
was finished I was completely cured.
1 also used It on my little boy for a
wore throat and found It very satisfactory where gargles had failed to give
relief."
Treat one cold with Vicks VapoRub
and you will adopt this external treat
ment for all the cold troubles of the
family. Vicks Is a salve that acts
like a plaster and a vapor lamp at the
same time, lt Is absorbed and Inhaled. When tho children come In wet
nud sniffling, apply Vicks liberally
over throat and chest and cover with
a flannel cloth.
Treated at bedtime, the child Is
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tlm bad after-effecls of Internal doB-
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At all drug stores, uuc. a jar. For
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Chemical Co., 344 St. Paul Street W.,
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Though Vicks is new In Canada, It
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million jars used yearly.
r
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
SALE OF PROPERTIES ACQUIRED BY THE \
MUNICIPALITY BY REASON
OF TAX SALES.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that I have been
instructed to offer the undermentioned properties for Sale*}
£ by Public Auction.      The Sale will take place at the City
Hall, at 11 a.m., local time, on March 20th, 1928.
The various properties for sale are subject to au
upset price set by the Council.
1 Terms and Conditions will be announced at time
• of
myfemx \tt\l»s\,*Hftt\„*)ftt\ ittytsm wmy*m ,*/m *V**fl
Sale.
m Cranbrook, ll.C,
March 12, 1923.
T. M. ROBERTS.
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96
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30
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16
21
92
96
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City Clerk.
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house    $1700
3. Modern Cottage,
Fenwlck Ave., outside Clly limits, 115
ft. frontage. A most
attractive property   #1700
4. Up-to-date Cottage, French Avenue,
2 bedrooms and bath
room    $1900
5. 2 Story Residence and 3 lots on
Garden Ave., modern conveniences ..J2200
3tt
Other listings can be seen
on application
Clear Titles Guaranteed
Mlsa Ethel Clapp was able to return home on Tuesday from the hospital.
It Is stateil that the store of the
Slocan Mercantile Co. will shortly he
closed here, anil that Messrs. Mur-
ilork McLeod and \V. H. Ireland will
movo to Vancouver to engage in tho
optical business- there.
Watch for "H.M.S. Pinafore
+ + +
! Henistitchlug.—Mrs. Surtees, Oar-
den Avenue. -tl
+ + +
We have In Hock a full line of
Women's. Men's, Girls', Boya' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock Is coni'
1 plete and—
Our low  prlcei win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
+    +    +
Joint evangelical     meetings to be
continued for three weeks, commencing about the flrat of next month, are
,to be arranged by the Presbyterian,
!MothodlBt   und   Baptist Churches of
! this   city.      Tho services will most
likely bo held In   Knox Church   tot
tlie entire period.    On the three sun-
days occurring during lhe period of
the services, each church will hold Its
morning sorvlco ns usual, uniting 'or
the evening services,
+   +   +
Wo repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear,  in  fact anything  made of
! rubber—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Baker Street. 36"
+ + +
A Sale of a large quantity of Overalls, Overall Pants. Socks, Gloves,
Trunks, Suit Coses and Club Bags,
slightly damaged by water at the
Great West Saddlery Co.'s fire nt Calgary, will be hold some lime next
week, at B. Weston's Store. stf
+   +  • +
The Singer Sewing Machine Company docs not give imny a IKIf. dr
milking course und I'linrirc (07.04) fur
lt.    tiet ii NIMHElt Sewing Machine.
Yon know yon get a square den).
SINGER STOKE, Cranlironk si.
+ + +
The findings of the B. ('. Fisheries
Commission were given out at Ottawa
a few days ago. lt was appointed'
primarily to investigate the condition of the salmon industry of the
Fraser River, but Included also in its
scope tho entire fisheries of tho province. In regard to tho establishment of further hatcheries, for one
of which this district has been pressing hard, tho report Is not very encouraging. Its recommendation In
this regard Is "That the deparlmenl
go slow In tlio matter of hatcheries
until lt has made a thorough scientific investigation of their value."
Watch for "11.M.S. Pinafore."
Don't rail to see "My Wild
Rose" at the Star to-night.
IrlBh
3
BORN. — On Tuesday, March 13th,
it lhe St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr. aud
Mis. 1.. Kuddy, of Jattray, u son.
"wo evenings of fun, Star Theatre,
Monday und Tuesday, Boy Scout Benefit Conceits. 3
W. Ball, of Wilmer, who was rec-
ontly a patient at tho hospital, was
uhle to leave on Monday, much lmp-
roved.
Mrs. Clondonnan left on Thursday
for her home at Nelson, after a stay
of about two woeks at the home of
lier sistor-ln-lnw, Mrs. G. T. Molr.
Rov. Geo. Knox of Croslon, has
been Inking treatment at tho hospl-
lal for his Injured Jaw this week, and
Is making us good progress as can be
expected.
The Junior Choir of tho Methodist
Church will hold a tea and candy sale
at tho Parsonage on Hanson Avenue
on   Saturday,  March 3lBt, from  3 to
p.m.
3-4
\	
Sewing Machines
BARGAINS  FOB SATURDAY OKLY
7 drawer IJ.H. Singer ... .185.00    6 drawer D.H. White ..
7 drawer D.H. Singer 82.00    4 drawer D.H. Eaton ..
.. 15.00
6 drawer D.H. Singer .... 80*0    4 drawer D.H. Eaton ..
.. 12.50
r, drawer D.H. Singer .... 28.00
TERMS CASH
A. F. Bryan, Agent
1911   ARMSTRONG   AVENUE
' —-—=	
-y
Jas. Clark, president of Ihe Fernie
Poultry Association, was In Cranbrook
on Thursday ol last week paying a
friendly visit to Hie Crnnbrook Association.
Tlie Western Canada Wholesale Co.
warehouse will be closed here, in the
ueiir ruture, it is understood. lt 1b
the desire of the company to concentrate its wholesale husiness mostly
round Pernio and district, this being
iho reason assigned for closing the
warehouse here.
A. M. Johnson, representing the
White Sewing Machine Co., was In
the city this week, starting a branch
of the company in Cranbrook. Mr.
A. P. Bryan will be tlie local agent,
with an olilce at lflB Armstrong Av
enne.
"W. D. HILL'S
owm
O F
Smart Spring
Modes
I N
SUITS & DRESSES
Our Stock of
Beautiful Evening Dresses
I
waa never more complete. Por Ihe many coming events you doubtless contemplate a New Evening Dress.
Call and Select One Now.
BORN. — To Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ma-
nerlno, of Sirdar, at tho St. Eugene
Hospital, on Thursday, March 15th, a
sou.
G. P. Simpson, assistant chief clerk,
C, P. R., ot this city, was able to return home on Tuesday after a short
stay at the hospital.
Mary Miles Minier and Tom Moure
in "The Cow Boy and The Lady" at
the Star, Wednesday and Thursday,
March 21st aud 22nd. 3
Miss Helen Johnson of Kitchener,
is couvelesclng at the hospital, after
undergoing au operation for appendicitis.
Watch  our windows  for  Saturday
Specials.    Corned Beef, Head Cheese,
Choice  Beef,  Lamb, Veal and  Pork.
Phone 524.     P. Woods Meat Market.
2 tf
The regular meeting of the Women's Liberal Association of Cranbrook
will bo held on Tuesday, March 20, ut
8 o'clock In the rooms above Grady &
Byo's Storo. 3
Afternoon tea and an "Easter Gift
Sale" of useful lingerie and fancy articles, will be held on March 24th,
from 3 to 6 at Little & Atchison's
store, by a committee of Ladles of
Knox Church. 34
Now 1b the time to have your Rugs
and Carpets dry cleaned. 24 hour
service. 9 X 10 $1.60; 10 x 12 $2.00.
Phono Willis, 167, Cranbrook Cleaners
und Dyers. 1-4
Miss E. Lowerieson, of Athalmer,
ivho has been teaching at the Mis-
Blon school, is a patient at the hospl
tal at present, suffering from typhoid
."over.    She is doing well.
Rev. W. T. Taspcott is exchanging
pulpits this Sunday with Rev. Don
Campbell, of Fernie, who will take
intli services at the Baptist Church
that day,
W. F. Doran carries a full line of
both Boots and Shoes, and General
floods. See him for that new Congo-
loum Rug, or a Simmons' Bed. —Down's Low Prices Win Every Time.
3tl
DOES THE
SPRING
fill you with renewed ambition—with resolve to make
the very most ot the long,
fine days ahead?
If you are doubtful about
your eyes—those moBt important organs—why not consult
us at once?
W.H.Wilson
Optician
Watch for "H.M.S. Pinafore."      3tf
Store on Baker Street to let.—Apply Bealo & Elwell.
Mrs. John McDonald Is improving
at the hospital, it is stated.
•Timber," the Kootenay made picture at the Star, Friday and Saturday,
Mnrch 23 and 24. 3
Have your Switches and Curls
made by an expert Hairdresser. Your
own combings can bo used. Weston's
Bargain Store. 3tf
Dr. Wilson Herald, ear, nose and
throat specialist, will be in Cranbrook
March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, and can be
consulted at the Hospital. 52tf
Coffee and doughnuts served by the
ladies of the Home League in the Salvation Army Hall, on Saturday, Mar.
24th, between 3 and 7. Also home
cooking. 3
It it understood that Geo. Leask is
re-entering liis old line of work as
building contractor. A permit has
boon taken out this week for the erec-
tion of an office adjoining his residence on Norbury Avenue. Mr. Leask
was the pioneer contractor in this
part of tlie district, starting here in
1898. Mr. Leask anticipates that there
will be considerable building activity
as soon as the frost gets out of the
ground, and is getting ready to figure
on any building that might come
along.
W. H, Greaves took delivery this
week of a new Studebaker car from
Dezall's Garage, a Speedster model,
embodying tlie latest refinements In
automobile finishing—and Studehak-
era since the days of the buggy have
been putting out the acme In comfort
nid construction in all their vehicles.
Tho new Speedster model has the
disc wheels that have come Into vogue, and Us appearance indicates
that little lias been left undone that
could add to its completeness, every
possible need being anticipated In the
fitting up of tlie Speedster body
Easter
is Coming
KOIt   (MOD   FRIDAY
Order your Hat Cross Buns Now
For  the  last   15 years
DALE'S NOTED HOT CROSS
BUNS  have been the favorites
In Cranbrook.
DALEJS
KOOTENAY  HIIKAI)
Tin it. riioNt: it
BIG 22
Armstrong Avenue
When   in   need   ot   Furniture,
Stoves, or Kitchen Utensils
GIVE   US   A   CALL
Roe Our
4 piece Library Suite
8 piece Dining Room Suite
Wloker Chairs and Hackers
Trunks and Suit Cases
PHONE  52S
Prizes In connection with the recent bowling competitions at the Ve-
nezia Rowling Alleys. werea won as
follows: Ladles: Miss E. Vanonl,
.'core 526, three games; G. Manerin,
three games, score 674. One game,
G. Manerin, one game, 300.
Sale of Home Cooking, also coffee
and doughnuts served by the ladies
uf the Home League, In the Salvation
Army Hall, Hanson Avenue, on Saturday, March 24th, between 3 and 7
p.m. 3
The ladles in charge of the big
Easter dance are working hard and
have all their plans now well under
way. The tickets are now on sale,
aud It is planned to have a big drive
later in the month.
It Is probable that Rev. W.
T. Tapscott will spend this coming
summer at Pittsburgh, where some
members of their family have their
home. A student pastor may be arranged for to take charge ot the work
at the Baptist Church in this event.
The genial countenance of Mr. W.
Steward Is missed these days around
the Cosmopolitan Hotel. He has been
having trouble with his eye again,
and this has compelled him to remain
at home for at least three weeks. The
trouble is now about over, and lt will
not be long before his smile will again
bo seen around the "Cos."
Representatives from the forestry
districts In the southern part of the
province, Including foresters, fire
rangers and others, are In attendance
at Nelson this week, conferring with
ofliclals from Victoria on matters of
importance connected with their
work. Among those attending from
litis district nre Norman Moore, district forester; and Messrs. F. H.
Pym, Geo. Sharp, Geo. MePherson
and Geo. Watson, fire rangers.
Mr. A. L Hay, district agriculturist,
hns been In lnvermere this weok attending the annual meeting of the
Windermere Stock Breeders on Tuesday and the East Kootenay District
conference of Farmers Institute
Wednesday, The local Institute waB
unable to send delegates to the latter
this year, but forwarded a number of
resolutions from a specially called
meeting of tho executive held last
Saturday, dealing with different mat
ters pertaining to the district. Arrangements were made for the Institute to be represented by proxies of
other representatives present. One of
the principal matters was the election
of a new member to the Advisory
Board. While at lnvermere Mr, Hay
will Inspect several lots of seed pota-
toes for the certified potato sales list.
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
H. G. McEwen, manager of the Canadian Westinghouse Co., Calgary,
was in Cranbrook on Thursday. He
brought along a radio outfit and that
evening installed it in the engineer's
office in the city hall. A representative of the Herald had tlie pleasure of
listening in. Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Calgary
and several other places were heard
from. It was indeed a pleasure to
listen to the magnificent orchestra
of the Palace Hotel, San Francisco,
just as clearly as if lt had been in an
adjoining room. The Shrlners' Band
was also a great treat. Several
speaking pieces were also heard, one
publicity man extolling the advantages of Los Angeles and inviting all
and sundry within hearing of his
voice to visit that fair city.
Official Thermometer Readings
at Cranbrook
Max. Mln.
  37      27
  40         9
    38       31
Mnrch 11 	
  41      29
  .15        9
March 13 	
   36        a
The New
Spring Dress Goods
AUK KICADY — AND SUCH A BLOSSOMING OUT
AS THERE WILL BE AT EASTEh!
IF YOU'D KNOW WHAT'SWHAT IN DRESS
STUFFS FOR THIS SPRING, YOU WILL SURELY
SPEND A LITTLE TIME LOOKING THROUGH OUR
BIG STOCK.
YOU WILL FIND ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS
AND SHADES OF —
Voiles   Ginghams    Prints
Silks       Suitings
Skirt Lengths
HERE AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES.
L
Watch for "H.M.S. Pinafore."
3tt
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. John MacLeod and family acknowledge with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement.
INSTRUCTOR APPOINTED
BY RECREATION CLUB;
TO   ARRIVE   SOON
The Cranbrook Recreation Club
has been fortunate in securing the
services of Mr. George Salter, of Xow
Wsetminster, for the position of instructor nt the club building. He
is expected to arrive on Wedn-sday
next, accompanied by Mrs. Salter,
who it is understood assists Mr. Sal*
ter in hir, work. The new instructor come to this clly very highly recommended and there is every prospect that with the building under proper supervision, and the classes properly led, giving direction to
the activities of the club, things
will go ahead smoothly for the club.
Mr. cud Mrs. Salter will be warmly
J. R. Merrlfield, ot the C. P. R.
bridge staff. Kootenay Landing, Is at
present a patient at the hospital, and
doing well.
Mrs. N. J. Walllnger of this city,
left the hospital on Tuesday much
Improved after a serious illness of
Eeveral weeks.
ItOVT FORGET
Shamrock Tea, Cookery Sale nnd
program by St. Mary's Ladies' Aid, at
the home of Mrs. J. A. Genest, on Saturday, March 17th; Everybody welcome. 2-3
On Monday a great crowd assembled at the depot to meet the westbound train, it having been reported
(hat a live cougar was to arrive. It
was with difficulty that C. E. Ordish
was able to make his way to a waiting car with his caged cougar, which
he had captured a few days previously about twenty miles west of Gate'
way. The cougar was taken to Harry Mott's Garage, 'removed from the
crate and tied up in the corner,
big crowd being on hand to see the
performance. Mr. Ordish is as much
afraid of these animals as the ordinary person is of a house cat, Judging
Welcomed to the city in the hope that bv the wav ne w0l,,t* 8|ve the animal
their connection with the Recreation
Club will be mutually ugreeable.
HOMEY
PHILOSOPHY
ONCE wc saw a play called The
Servant in the House.    The
servant was a crude but indisputable
sufferer who was honest and who
brought home to the other characters the spirit of the Redeemer.
Once he said to one of the other
men: "Did you ever 'car of 'ell?"
and the other man said "Yea."
"Then go there," retorted the man
of mystery, And thus the skilled
writer put over a thought that if
he had been honest he would have
been forced to suppress. It would
never have done in tins best of literature, to allow a man to tell another man to go to hell, Shocking7
The holier lh;in thous would have
been in * arms, and the censors
would .have gol busy, those men
who would regulate our lives and
tench us that hyprocrisy and-not
plain dealing is the chicfvst aim in
'•■V    lleif.io.
a brushing. It was Intended to have
moving pictures taken or a cougar
hunt on Wednesday afternoon, but
word being received of fresh tracks of
two moro at Yuhk, Ordish shot the
one he had tn captivity, and took the
train wesi. Whllo the cougar was a
good specimen, for which he could
nave obtained $100,00 In Kansas City
tbe animal In Its frenzy had bitten
the claws of one paw, thus impairing its value as a specimen.
The Corporation of the City of
Cninlirook
APPOINTMENT OF CITY
AUDITOR
Applications will bo received by the
undersigned not Inter than tho 31st
instant for the position of City Auditor. Applicants will please Htnte experience, qualifications annd remuneration required.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B.C. 3-6
Mr. F. G. NOVAK
TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND BRASS INSTRUMENTS
Studio:  37 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite Telephone Building Phone
Mrs. J. L. Abbe of this city ie a patient at the hospital this week, and
reported doing well.
MOORE'S CAFE
THE PLACE TO EAT
If you would enjoy a good mMl
Try Moore's Cafe
EVERYTHING NEW
CLEANLINESS
QUALITY,  SERVICE
Only White Help Employed
Baker Street      Fhone 5»9
Opposite P. Burns & Co.
WANT ADS.
STAB SECOND  BAUD  STOBE
Fkoie I.
W* p»y tha beet prices going (or ill
kinds of furniture. W? bur anr-
thlni from t mouse trap to en auto-
mobile.
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer ind valuer
WANTED —First class stenographer
and general office assistant, desirous of locating In B.C., wants position. Has had four years experience; can take fast dictation and
guarantee accurate work. Phone
2811, Lethbrldge, or write Miss L.
Elwood, 424 7th Street S„ Lethbrldge, Alberta. 3-4
SELLING — Third and fourth crou
Holsteln cows; ono bull calf, ollgl-
ble for registration. Apply w. G.
Elntomnn. Moyle, B.C. 3-5
TENDERS WANTED - For cement
work for swimming jxml ut Wy-
rllffe. Those iutcroiitod sco or write
H. 8. Young, Wyolllto. ll.li. 2tf
for SALE—Black Wyandolto roomer
nud pullets Tor sale, special laying
strain; also eggs for setting. Apply
P.O. Box 275. or Ranch, Mrs. R.
BenlHiw. 311
TO RENT—Two single rooms. Apply
Paulson House, Mrs. A. Leltner,
Armstrong Avenue. Phone 104.   52tf
FOR   RENT —One
Phone 114.
room   for
rent.
El
WANTED—We wish to purchase for
spot cash at market price two good
milk cows, fresh within past thirty
days. Brown Poultry Ranch, P.O.
Box 703, Cranbrook. Bltf
FOR SALES—One Savage 303, and ont
Lee Enfield rifle.   B. Weston.
**««»***e»*"»»J**»4a***e*"**»*"*J
tor hou
■    nn.
lone 142    1	
I Waumo
>K**«t<»«s<%s/    »***"•.
TO RENT—Three rooms. Can be used
tor housekeeping. 209 Dewar Avenue. 48tf
WANTS) TP BUT—We bur Ian.  B.
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