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Array THE e
HERALD
V 0 I, U M k   a (J
(KAN BROOK, B.C., FRIDAY. A I'M I, lllh. 1924
N I 91 B i: K
h j" ih'1
Hospital Ball, Easter Monday, April 21st Aud™Um
..     .      , I PLANS MATURING
MllS f   In FOIl BANNER -'llll OF
i-iujiv   iu i J|AY CELEBRATION
I DC   jCuOO'S ( miiirev Working Slciiilllj'l
To SInke Day Thoroughly
Suecesstul
LODGE OF ELKS
MIN  IN PROCESS
ill   FORMATION
Production Ip
Cosls Are Down
l.i;< TUKE LISTENED
TO ON SlIliIM: AT
LOURDES, PRANCE
Mr. (J. V. It out* r iVppohlioil Mu
Mini I Instructor) GoneorlH
\\\i\ llt-lp Dofrny Costs
Board '
llll    llll'
Follow
Hilar n
i hold i
toilng ot ih
i Friday ove
lu
it-'.
nil
Plana continue to advance   iloudlly
ror the -Hi' of May Celebration, the
n.w.v A. will slum! In lUla city, and In
anothor woek or len days ll will hi
possible to give nn outllou of lho pro
gram,   it  la certain thai  greater ef-
[n*. fort will I"' mado lo run lho eciebru-
ral Hon more along "local talt nl" linen
Un n formerly,   and   correflpundlngly
ftt better ftupporl Is looked for.   In llu
iry horse races, for Instance   tli   i '■■ nl
arte to he arranged ao as to attract as
many local entries as possible Instead
of  trying  to attract outside  horses
| primarily.
The school board will he approach-
I cil to see it Hie whole of the day before
j the 24th can he allowed tor the school
children's sports Instead ot trying to
crowd all of the events Into one afternoon. For tho parade on the morn*,
ing of the 24th, there will be the usual
prizes offered for tho decorated floats
and bicycles. There will be both football and baseball games on the 24th,
and it is expected there will ho at
least two outside team;; in attendance
for the baseball sanies, and there v ill
also be several teams contending for
the football cup it now appears. In
regard to the baseball, it is possible
that all the Raines may be pul on a
strictly amateur standing, ibis matter
now being looked into and the prizes
jirranged for. Both branches of baseball are now in process of being orga-l
nlzed for another season and till thai,
is completed, there can be nothing
definitely decided on as to the baseball program.
The government grader was al work!
a few* days   ago on tbe fair grounds
and they are now in heller shape than
for many years, according to those
who huve been up there.   The council
being asked to assist in the matter
rounds.
Itooljthe existing pipe having been dlacon-
thi- adoption ol the
utos of lho previous meeting tu
matters wore dealt with,
Trustoo Henderson reported that,
Principal Porter had passed as.very',
satisfactory tho work of Mr. Norgrove j
in renovating one of the blackboards
at the high school. The others wll
he (lone at a later date.
Mr. Aghmd, janitor of lho South
Ward school, will he given a bonus
of $25 for work done during the winter months,
Mr. A. B. Smith addressed the board
and read a resolution passed by tha
Fanners' Institute in which they were
asking the minister of lands to have
the entire school district declared a
closed urea for balls. Mr. Smith tusked that the school board endorse their
resolution. After some discussion a
resolution by trustees Henderson aud
Miles was passed giving the resolution the necessary endoraaiioti,
Mr. tl. E. Bower addressed tlie
board with reference to Instruction
In music at the schools, dealing at
some length with the work that is being done, and suggested that be be
placed on the regular school payroll
and that future concerts similar to
the one held In February be conducted under the auspices of the school
board, the proceeds to go to the board
towards the defraying of tho expense
of his salary.
The following motion by trustees
Miles and Jackson was unanimously
passed. "That Mr. Bower he engaged)I
as musical Instructor ln all the schools| of getting water up to th
•under the authority of thi
board at a salary ot MOO per year.inected. There Is a possibility of somej
payable $40.00 monthly, for ten good attractions for tbe children bo-
months the same'as teachers. Salary'ing brought In. to take tbe place of
to he effective from April 1st, and wltl. j the outside concessions formerly. Ip ■
the understanding thai he pul on one [evidence to skin all and sundry, This
concert during the winter months ae will be an Improvement In the pro-
formerly and that the proceeds go to grant, and more may have been heard
Expectation 1> To Mux* About
SoYonty-Vlvt! Charter Members To Stnrt Off
A local lodge of Lho Beuevolenl
nml Protective Order ot Elks of the
Dominion of i anadn is being formed in
Cranbrook. This Is .1 Canadian Ordei
with lodg* a 1 atabitshed from Coast to
1 mat, tl nosl recent lo bo Instituted
1 ,:::, Lethbrldge and Fernie, li is an
ordi r which Is non-sectarian and non-
Geneml Munager ol ('. H. .V
Co. Says Kosults Thoroughly Justify >>» Mill
Origin of World Ki.mons Centre
tn Christian Pilgrimage
llcseribed
,ANM AI, MKKT1NUNOF
I    CONSERVATIVE  BODIES
ARE ANNOUNCED
Women Meet Wednesday Evening Nextj Men's Association a Week Later
ul.
it
nt
itralit
11< 1
■..   [| is „ <ommunlty service order
, r
1   hu hi si typo    it Boeka to pro-
mot
and  assist    every    movement
whi
h has ror its objeel the advanco-
me;
1 of community welfare work.   It
don
res to enlist the support of all
med
di  guild moral character and to
pro
hie facilities that render ihe asBO-
clnt
ons of iis members a bi un e of
con
inual    pleasure   and benont.    li
end
avors lo assist ut all times every
uml
irtaklng of a charitable   or patrl-
itii
innua
ature.
n ai-
ii
ide
{■.yaw,;
Us
! Chi
1 the
KI
the V
iborln
als,
Day tu m-
hearls and minds of the
d girls a deeper respect for
5 of their country and to entourage thorn lo grow up to he law-
ibiding ami patriotic citizens. Its
•huritable work la particularly em-
ihaslxed al Christmas time when thousand.; of Canadian homes are cheered
vlth gifts of food, fuel and clothing. It
s sound flnunclally and is destined to
te one of the greatest orders in Can-
ida, as its rapid growth and Influence
luring the past three or four years
.vould Indicate. Over thirty local j
•ilizens have already indicated their
ntention to become members and it
s hoped to establish a lodge tit an
rnrly dale with about seventy-five
■barter members. M. Stewart of Van.
■ouver. Grand Organizer, 1ms charge
u" the work In this district.
OLD   RESIDENT LEAVES HIV
Morden left  on Thurs-
the subje
Greater efficiency In tne operations
of the Consolidated Mi nips •■ 111 I
ing Company of Canada, with 1 .sequent lowering of net coate, di ,
substantial wage Increase, wan reported by General Manager B. ». lilay-
loch, In hi* report, to President .1. J.
Warren, which was presented to the
annual meeting in Montreal, of the]
stockholders 01 the Consolidated Miu-j
ing & Smelting Company, of Canada,
Limited.
Mr. Blaylock said In part:
Prices and Production l'p
"In comparing the year under review  with  the  year  lD-i-. the
outstanding features are the mot
Isfaclory prices received for n
and the Increased tonnage produce)
The improvement fn the balance shoe
is largely due lo these two factors.
"In spite of an increase of 12 pe
cent In wages, which are partly basedI The slur
011 the metal markets, ami of a const- the sprlns
derablo drop in the grade of lho oro Soubrioux,
shipped from the Sullivan mine, the Laughter i
production costs for the yeur have re-Idea, nestle
malned about the same as In ID"22,      nees on tl
"Toward the end of the year the Here wo 1
operation of iho KImherley conceit*. an ordinal
trator begun to affect tlie first cost of large fami1
metals at Tadatinc Although the po- people. T
wer supply wns very short it was hieing dlvlt
demonstrated the concentrator was a ho sc to 1
oinplele success and would inaieri thus arose
I ally reduce production costs of both two other
Head und zlne. Jsticke, she
•The metal output of 1*328 was 16 r0ck wbert
per cent, higher than that of 1022. | tlie grotto
This increase was mainly on pig lead, Massablell
ami was largely made in the lasl part grot
Heforo 0  largo and attentive audience  in   the  IC. of  l'.  Hall,  Hev. J.
!       ,,   0 .'.!! . of Lethbridge, gave a
mosl   Interesting and Instructive lecture  on    1.(■aides,    the   now   famous
French  town  ta   ihe  department   of
11 iutc . Pyi 1 ui es, on the Gnvedu 1'au
Rtvt r    In bi 1 iii'iiul pictures and word
rrtorj the speaker gave to his hearers
a   very  clear  Idea  of this now*  most
Important  institution of the Catholic
church.   Tin shrine of Lourdes which
has within the lasi seventy-Jive years
sprung up In this quaint French town.
The story of the peasant girl, Bema-
iu-ie  Soublroux,  who  declared  tbat
she had been favored with a vision of
Mary In a cave In tho neigh*
11) the subsequent develop-
completely told.   It fs dlffi-
0 in print an adequate Idea
eali with by lhe spea-
y 11 proper conception
t the pictures shown.
.ciinlcs commences in
1858 with  Bernndetto
it   year-old  miller's
little village of Lour-
the hills of the Pyro-
nnlsh-French frontier,
er leading the life Of
asaltl girl, one    of    a
nmg a simple pastoral
.nl:   of   the   household
lornadette's duty was
beitut
Following up a periol ot considerable activity for some lime past, the
Conservatives of the city are planning
to hold annual meetings shortly In
both the men's and women's assocla-
1 tloaa, thut will probably emphasize
siill more tbe enthusiasm and confidence Hint is fell iu the causa ut this
time.
Tbo first will iiL held on Wednesday of next week. April 10th. when
the Women's Conservative Study t'lub
will meet at the Maple Hall for their
annual meeting. There will bt tlu
election of officers, nnd other business
of importance ol BUCh meetings.
On tho following Wednesday, April
23rd, the annual meeting of the Men's
Conservative Association will be held
at tho K. P. Hall, when it U expected
that there will be representatives present from outside associations, The
ladies are also Invited to attend this
meeting,
Ail Conservative u
should mala- a point a
meetings, which are t
plenty of enthusiasm
Settle Rink At
Special Meeting
Regular Council  Session   This
Week Provides Han) Contentious Discussions
ieu and women
I attending thesi
ixpected to show
ard vigor.
HOT A HI A NH GO TO CONVENTION
ilia)
lui
Monday next a party of Rotarians
and their wives leave for Spokane to
attend the big Rotarian convention
there the beginning of the week
llg of the fuel. IljThose going are Mr. and Mrs Graham,
one day while oui withP'1'- t-*,t- ^'rs MacPherson, Mr and
companions gathering Mra, Robson. Lumberton, Mr. and Mrs.
led to a grotto iu a|
bad often gone to play,!
g a niche in  the Hock'
-ut and Mr. and Mrs   W. H. Wilson
The city council nearly equalled
iheir record of the previous month on
Wednesday of this week when ihey
were in session till one-fifteen am
the following morning, In addition to
the question of the disposal of the Arena rlak, which Is now to have a special 1 meeting to Itself, ther,- were a
numb, r of oilier mutters brought up.
which did noi seem particularly momentous at the time, but which developed pretty big considerations a* they
wer,- discussed. Divergent views ax-
pressed al times led to interchanges
f some heat, but good natured discussion was always resumed whou it
eourso of compromise on various mailers was presented. All the aldermen »ere present excepting Alderman
Dunlop. Naturally in such a prot-
:■.. ted session, covering bo many different views, ft la hardly posslbk for
any report to follow out the levtous
directions of discussion, so that tht
actual enactments of the ■
some of the personal view
Ik* here indicated.
Following the reading of lengthy
minutes of the last regular and subsequent special sessions, a delegation
of residents from Dennis Street was
heard, through Mr. Thompson, pressing their request for water conne*
■;■•• ■ .;- year Alderman Brondsdon
spoke in favor of this, bat at the suggestion of Aid. MacPherson the matter was ;«•''. over til! later In the evening for consideration along with
the larger qu stlon of the city's water
■r.uncil and
s can only
the1
td
Is.   While
Mrs.   W
day   for   '
ivords
:1th his brother
the school hoard
A letter was read from K. N. Moyer
&. Co.. saying thnt they would reimburse the school board for the damage
done two of the Khool blackboards
through faulty crating.
The consideration of correspondence from Nelson and Fernie re
leacherB salaries was held over for
another meeting.
The matter of the pa) menl of subsl I-
lute teachers caused considerable
discussion. It appears that the regulations or the local board provide tor Hym
the payment  of $-100 per day to sub-,
stltutea, which on the basis of twen- 13 do
lv ono tenchinr.  days meant  that  the
substitute was be.ne paid bul *M per Solo
month whereas he or sho mlghl  be
talttlug   tlie  place ot  teachers   getting   Violin   Sule
$160 per month    After lengthy con-
>f tbis project by next week's meetli
Taken by and large, ihe $
bratlon this year, looks like
vxothfh rum.v if.avks
ir. and Mrs Eyi 1 nd family lefl
iirday lasl  tor Moot    Jaw, win
of the year. fri
"With a sufficient power supply at wl
Kimberley,   the   Tadanac   reduction uf
plan   will, for the first time, be aa-Uli
und or a steady tonnage to run all'
:i~ lead and ztiic plants to full capa-lhad ever
[city.      lu fact   substantial additions j her telllni
may safely and proiitub'- he made toigi*- Mary,
both to ihe electrolytic zinc plant and should sp
the lead refinery. ] bidding hi
"Exploration work curried on nt the; and to go
Sullivan  Mine during the year gavi
(Continued on page two)
PROGRAM OV tiOOli
VKIDAY CONCERT AT      j
PRESBYTERIAN ClU'ltCH
li.UnvntlM.  FROM OPERATION
M  A  Heal
Following is tlte program
;iveu by an augmented choir
Church on the evening of 1
,i;o' next week.
Hymn    "0 Come and Mourn
.While"
Bolo:    "He   shall IVed   It i
Mrs  .)   Norgro 1
"Come Unto Him"
Mrs W. \   Ml b '
"The Palms"
■on-1 .1   Dl ih ■'
Bid Oration   It   was  divided   IO  pay   the  Sid.>	
$6.00 rate for ono and a halt days tor Ml 1  M  Forrest
the  lasi  case of substitution ftl   therC-ollo Solo  	
public school, Hit-1 being D case where Miss Waitdfl Fiuk
one ot tho hlghesl tirades had been Hymn
to   bo
ii Knox
'  Frl
1 ty underwent a
■ ration   at    the
• sday of ibis week.
FINAL LIQl'Olt CASE HE.Mtn
Ileve 1
lowed
The lasl case In the liquor law in- but th
tractions came up today, Thursday, .peared
before   Magistrate  Leask.    The   easej    Fout
iis week, .for the defense seems to rest on the
He ted to h   doing well.'establishment of an alibi, being a tur-
111 be ctvaiinedkey dinner at the time the mlsdemea-
.1  ■ least  another nor was supposed to have been corn-
week or tei        - mltted nnd it would appear to be Q
 e^etw*—  «irong one.
1'AIMll. INJfRlKS FROM  FA1.I, | ■ ■ ■
(Handel)
■
ted
Sel
1 ■  .i
"When  I Survey the Wl I
taken
Correspondence with s   .1   Willis,
superintendent of education, was read
acknowledging plans and specifications for completing four rooms of tho
second floor of tho Central school
addition     The   chairman explained
Cross"
Ro Followed hy the -n<-v^\ <■;
"The Crucifixion" (Sininer).
ViWiWAW
W.W.W.W.V ■
WEDDING §
hat as » resuU of un Interview with £ £1
^^W^WWn\*^WW
Prei        to tht        ure of Rev   J.
.1 oui       at the K. of p.
Hall  on ■    Ing,    Rev,
Vltirphy had tlu* misfortune to
meet with .m in 1 lden>l from which fi
i ■ feared he will be laid up for some
tlmo 11 appears lhal he was putting
for the pictures thai were'
in be shown when the fool of Hie ladder slipped he falling with it- I'pon
examination al the hospil
found that the right wris,
badly fractured, thi flnge
hand bruised ami the llgamt
left arm wrenched and the body brut-
,• 1 ri nds are symputhi-
in his misfortune,
Coming Events!
id been'
of the
s of the1
II
Mr, Mlddleion. government architect,
who had been asked by tho department to adjust the matter while hore.
Mr   Mlddleion slated that  lie thought
that the plans »s submitteo woni.i be
passed by the department,
Tho South Ward school will receive
11 new flag from Un* tree toil book
department at Victoria
Accounts amounting    to    $*l,itfi91"1 1
wero  passed   for  pnymenl.    Salaries
amounting to $8,514.00.
The matter of re-erectlng tlte
swings at the Central school was referred to the building Inspector,
Tuesday, April 8th, wns decided on
nn Inspentlon day for tho board nt tho
central school.
The
SUCCESSFUL SALE HOME COOKING
iu inov-i ii wi mm 1;
friends and relations o( Mr.
Leonard Burton and Miss a art rude
Chalendor ot this city, were surprised
lasi weeR to learn of their marriage.
The young couple motored to Fornlo
tho 80th of last October and were married there by itev, u. a. Oswald, roc-
t the church or England. Both
bride and groom are woll known here
and will vi Ive none the less hearty
good wishes if a little belated, from
their many friends, especially among
the younger circles.
MIS! \|.l.i:STAMH\<; SETTLER
The Information laid against Mr. W.
J. Itoblnson. now   of Oyen, Alberta, Friday, April  ll
The events noted below are those
for which paid advertising appears in
this issue, or for which printing work
has been done in tnie offlce.
Saturday, April 12: Cookery Sale by
Parent-Teacher Association.
Beforo reaching
strayed from her two
praying here a strong
h caused her to look
■ surprise appeared a
who. to use her own I
inly lovller than any ll
Tin* vision spoke to,
that she was the Vlr-
11 that spot a fountain
up, nl   the  same time,
stoop down and drink, j
it gn tell her priest that on the
he should build a church.   Her-'
te told her story to her people
rthers who at  first did nol lie-
her, bui lator large crowds fol-
her tu the cavo, day after day,
isior. for eighteen  days ap-
ly to Bernadette.
ars later, ISC... a declaration
was made by the church declaring the
faithful Justified in  believing in the
apparition nnd the  Parish  l'rlest  of
Lourdes bull I a Basilica ou the rock'
111 which the cave was.    lu  1S7.S the
gnat French pilgrimage to the shrine
started.   Three years later the Basilica   was   consecrated  and   the   statue
n-apply as a whole
•    A  Rotary dab delegation  1
are  H  A. McKowan, P W. Wl
wAWAAVMftWWWiC J  UlUe «***«»* lhe Clu
of Mes-
I'lllis and
b wisli-
j ed to spiked   a   little money in play-
ground equipment at Uie new  park-
The hand ot death brought 9adne5»lsUe* and tskei1 lne co-operation of the
iu two Cranbrook homes on *5aturda>
£/>V.V*iWAW*AVrtSV.AVA-
MRS. M. SKOtTDES
laut when Mrs. Margaret It. Snowden,
mother or Mrs. C. N. Parkar and Mrs.
Mra. David Linn passed away at the
St. Kugene Hospital. The late Mrs.
Snowden had only come to the city
about a month ago. with her daughter, Mrs. Linn, who had bton visiting
Iher iu Medicine Hat for some time.
Scuii after arriving in the city, trouble in the foot, which had affected her
previous to leading Medicine Hat. took
on more serious aspects, requiring her
removal to the hospital, where, after
consultation it was decided that an
amputation was necessary, from whtt h
on account of i:er advanced age. she
did not recover.
The deceased lady was the widow
of Mr. William Snowden of Luffm&ln,
Scotland, and had just passed her
seventy-fifth birthday. She is survived by five sons and four daughters.
of Hie Blessed Virgin was placed {Besides the daughters here. Mrs Par-
thereln. In 1883T the foundation of »he ker and Mrs. Linn, of Cranbrook. there
new church was laid as the old one are (Wo others, Mrs, Croesan of Van-
was not large enough to accommodateUouvor and Mrs Town, of Beechvllle,
the huge number In attendance. This Ontario. Of the sous, besides Oeorge,
was hum at the foot of the Basilica. 0l Medicine Hat. and Andrew of Cal-
it was consecrated In mm as thej^cy who wero here for the funeral
Church of the Rosary, a special office;,,;- t|,e-r mother, there is John, of Long
and mass being authorised In counec- Beech, California, David of Sandusky,
tlon therewith by Pope Leo Mill. In oi.io. and William, of Stratford, Onta-
lt'UT Pope Pius extended the feast tO|rj0>
Banff    Orchestra
Audi-
Dance. Last of the season.
tortum,
Thursdpy, April   IT: Annul   Meeting
Crauhrook Amateur Athletic As«oc.,
at Y.M.c A.. 8 p m.
uOCAL CONCERN  OPENS  BHANPH
As announced elsewhere, the Cranbrook Sash and Door Co, Is opening ,1
yard at Kimberley, with Mr. Herbert
Tho Women's Guild of the Co-Op-1 Smith, formerly of the Consolidated
eratlvo Society held a very successful|Co., In charge, It Is a step by which
the company will bo able io serve better their growing business at Kimberley, the Intention being to keep a general stock of dimension lumber und
ml seel I an eons building material on
baud, which can bo augmented at
shori notice by shipments from this
city.
hul formerly of thin o'ly    by    Mr, P.
Wai on, has been withdrawn, as no
offence bad actually iieen committed,
ihero simply being n disagreement ns
to the application of certain monies
under the contract between the parties    An sinlcable BOttlomont of this Roml Fri.IaVi Apri| ]Slh:
dlftorenco has been made,    Mr. Hob-     MCruolflXlon" at Knox Pr
Inson  is remaining lu  the city for u(    church,
few days.     Ile was among the enrly! _
comers to Cranbrook. arriving nt the 1 Saturday, April 19th.—Sale of home
site of the city twenty-seven years) cooking and candy In K. P. hull by
ago, afterwards becoming connected j ladies of St. Mary's Church
with  lhe Itoblnson .*«•  McKenzle  lunc
Stalner'a j
esbytertor.
the entire (burch. February 11th lieing set as the dale of Us celebration.
52i»7 pilgrimages have been recorded
at the shrine between IK'iT and 11)10.
during whhh period 4,919,000 pilgrims
visited th shrfne, t'">0 cures being
recorded by the medical clinic established tb> re These cures embrace
all known diseases over one million]
a year visit the shrine. The speaker
. 1 cpei I) di es while there ol
seeing many curi I an 1 also spoke
if a la ly from Albi rta whom he knew
bu . cured 11 a spinal complaint,
The plol roe shown were all very
...-■ ;■■ tins Tin ■■ will have to lie
1 tied ai a later date,
The funeral took place on Tuesday
afternoon from tbe home of Mrs. Par.
ker, Rev. E. W. MacKay officiating.
LIQUOIt I ASKS liRAW  CROWD
salo of home rooking at the Co-Oper-
atlvo store on Saturday from 3 to 5.
It Is expected that the Co-Operative
Society will be comfortably housed in
tho new quarters on Norbury Avenue
by August lHt. Tenders for the alterations to the did theatre will soon ho
called.
ber mill, at what is now Kootenay Orchards.
THE WEATHER HUMjETIN
Mux. Min.
April fi     4»i 27
April •!    *i)i 21
April r,     47 114
April li     OR 42
April 7     69 51
April 8    r.t; lit
April 9   68 21
Easter Monday. April 81: Annual Hob
plial Ball nt the Auudltorlum.
Easter Monday. Apl. 21. — Dance In
Handley's Hall, Kimberley, m aid
of the Kimberley Band.
Wednesday, April 23: .Annual Meeting
Cranbrook Mens Conservative Association, K.P. Hall, at 8 p.m.'
Saturday, May 24: U.W.V.A. Monster
Empire Day Cel"bratIon. tu Cranbrook.
RECEIVES I'M it PKIS0NKK8
Four new iiit-n have taken up their
residence al the provincial Jail here
luring the week, all coming from
Cranbrook, three for terms of six
months each for Infractions ot the liquor act, while a fourth Is serving
forty daya for beating a board hill
j. t Downey, Charles U Ijonghley
and William West are the Cranbrook
men found guilty of unlawfully selling liquor. John Tucker, the fourth
membor of tho party, which arrived
during the week, will serve forty days
for beating bis board bill. He look
jail sentence tn preference to paying
a fine of $26,    .Nelson Nijwh.
On Wednesday, Magistrate Uaik'-a
court w-as crowded by those anxious
to hear the conclusion or one of the
liquor coses that has been occupying
the aitonticn of the court for a number of days, n Lowe of Victoria
acting for the defeue, addressed the
court for over two hours and a quarter, following which A. 1. Fisher K *",
addressed the court for about an hour
and a half There wns 0,11fte an array
of legal talent, all of the local barristers as welt as some from out-dde being In attendance during the day.
Apparently every point of law mi the
case under discussion as well as others not yet recorded were cited to the
magistrate  for hts guidance, al   the
council and their consent to the project, as to whtre the equipment might
best be placed, and when the park
site could be made ready to receive it.
B tat ing that he wa. in full
sympathy with the imdertaking, the
mayor arranged for a special meeting
of the Rotary committee and the
work** committee of the council on the
matter, to take place at 4.30 on the
afternoon of the following day.
A delegation from the Curling Club
conjistlng of Dr. GEL MacKinnon,
A. C. Bowness. W, F. Cameron. W. F,
Doran. W. D Gllroy and others, was
heard through Dr. MacKinnon, the
rrpokfcsiuan, and tendered a cheque
for $376 as rent for the Arena Rink
to rover the curling season of 1924-
28. Dr MacKinnon referred to the
previous dealings of the club with thfc
city, now extending over a number of
years, during which time they had
contributed a gootl sum In rentals.
and also emphasized the fact that
in making their offer there was no
spirit of antagonism to the young people who desired to get the use of the
place for other purposes. It was also brought out that if the opportunity offered the curlers would be ready
to make a bid on the place, if the city
decided to sell Subject to later ar-
ion at the mtv-ting. the proffered che-
que was received by the council. A
little later In the proceedings this
matter was made the subject of an
extremely animated  debate
The Comptroller of Water Rights,
Victoria, in a letter again urged that
the matter of the excessive amount ot
water the city is uahig he kept ir.
mind, so that the rights of others on
the cre«k might also be safeguarded.
A letter from Premier Oliver in re.
*.ard to a proposed town planting act,
whhh he claimed was being advocated
by only a few plnces of all tbo* interested, will be replied to saying the
city council does not feel the question
affects them to any extent,
An Invitation to tho council to participate in tbe formal welcome to the
visiting British naval squadron to the
Coast shortly will be acknowledge*!:
ind a letter from the O. W, V, A. asking the co-operation of the council for
the big 24th May celebration will al-
oncluslon of which the decision of so bo acknowledged with the prom-
of giving every assistance  within
the court was reserved, li would appear from Inw quoted by the opposing
counsels thnt the right of the operatives of the liquor control to transgress the law either in the purchase
or liquor or by Inciting others io break
tlie law for tbo purpose, of obtaining
evidence apuiusl a suspect Is not
clear Tho last ease oil the docket
was slartetl la)*' on Wednesday afternoon and was adjourned until Thurs
day at ten a.m.
their power.
A suggestion was received from T
M. Hubert* that the council consider the matter of municipal liability
Insurance to cover various forms of
possible mishap, and was filed.
Tho rt nance committee sanctioned
tbe payment of $».37f..2: in accounts
presented.
Tiie works department report show-
(OotttlnwA «a Psc* fir*)
Empire Day
lllii   I'la.KllltATKIN   TII   III'.
ITT   ON     IIY   CIUNDROOK
II.   H.   V.   A.   WATCH   POR
HFl.l, I'ltOUKA)!
May 24th
SCHOOL PUPILS' SPOUTS
HORSE RACING, JUMPING
ATII1.KTIC EVENTS
FOOTBALL * BiHKHILL
Cranbrook PAG?   TWO
THE   CIUNMIOOK   HERALD
■—, m. r^^.^^^^ m ibo ( _ M> - ^ .*** , ^
|   KIMBERLEY
I NEWS NOTES
List   your   properly   with    .Marl
Mrs. A. Bennett entertained .. nui
her of children ou Sal  rday
Nlchol   Thompson    of    Van ouvi
was a Kimberley > Isiti i  In I  tvi ek,
Mrs. B, Q. Montgi
nt a luncheon on Friday,
A baseball  nieeUui
Saturday, J, E	
here as   rupreai	
brook and Wycliffe.
'^JtetM
-JPeAtt FOf-l   WHAT   100   WANT-
ITi"   THE-    SQuAL-LlMG
CHI LP     THAT   (SETS   THE
MILK.   [
.Mrs.  Holland entertained ..
on Thursday evening  in  aid  of the
Catholic   church,    About   t\
dollars was realized,
Before deciding on that new building or lhat repair work* see Goo, It,
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of. Kim
horley and Cranbrouk. 1SU
children's party on Friday last.
Saturday * reuing n number of Kimberley peoplo motored into Crnnbrook
to see "Robin Hood."
A Doctoring Husiness
"1  say, doctor, did you ever doctoi
■ :.■■] doctor?"
"Oh, yes."
"Vi i il,  tell   me ihis -Does a doctor
( loctor a doctor tho way the doctored
i  .   wants in be doclorod, or does
doctor doing the doctoring, doctor
hul  doctor iu his own way?"
Tho homo of Mr.  and  Mrs. T. J. *   •   •   •
Summers was the scono of a  merry     Another thing that makes the motorist pity ihe cow is that she has two
horns and can't blow 'em.
*   *   *   a
\ci-i l.;rinns are men who smoke
(he cigars of to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. f). C, Thompson lefl
this week for Toronto where they will
spend a few weeks.
Anyone considering taking lifo In*'
eurance should consult ItCarMn Bros.,,
Crnnbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
havo specialized in lhal business for
fifteen yours. lGlf   c
lllnnile Itess Opines
I'll admit my swcotlo's uvercoal
Is a b'l loud 'ml he nlivuv*. wears
a muffler nidi it.
(led ink -Slrnwberrj*
Grout by  Customer:   "These Jelil
iell all taato lho same to me. Ho
tt li the dlfferenl flavors?"
re keeper: "Why. sir. you tell I
A tragedy occurred on Friday night the labels,"
when tho eleven month!  old baby ol     ti. C: "1 never taste the labels."
Mr. and Mrs. Seiga, of Sullivan Hill
was suffocated by funics from a fire
that partly demolished the home.
At least a dozen now cars havo beoi
brought into Kimberley during the
last fortnight
Father Kennedy of Ferule, i. holding special services in the Catholic
church during the first three daya of
Holy Week.
I LUKE GREEK MILK 1
* FrDm i.
|   THK BIO LUKE CREEK   f
+ DAIRY FARM *
♦ For Siilt- hi KiniliiTlfi nl        X
i i
t   10c per Quart   j
J i'l IIITV AHSIII.I"II III
* anAKAXTEEI) j
IVIiimi V.iu Tlilnl, hi Insiirnnre
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL,
Phone 20     ::     Cranbrook i
Kuie Agents for Kimberley Townsite.
C:   "I  never I
*  •   «  «
lb! \ Reward
nny (after trying for half au
to open the pantry): "Qlramlny!
io use Tommy; none ot the keys
iii."
Tommy:   "Aw.  nlrlgbl   then:   we'll
ivalt (ill Mom comes home ond ask (or
omethlng for being good boys."
-   #   *   *
A Thought Tor Fathers
Willie:  ■■say, Had,   what's    ancestors?"
Pa: "Well, sonny, I'm one of yours
:,nd your Granddad's another,"
Willie:   "Geemlny, i  thought  they
was something people bragged about."
•   •   •
A Good Thing tn Remember
When ynu take a walk
And
When you tako n fliv.
'lake another thins—-a look-
Ami
Oo your hest to lire.
A person can prevent llio worst
Hy memorizing
'SAFETY FIRST."
PROOUCTIOJi 1*1
costs aim: mnvNj
(Continued   from   page  ouei
further assurance that  tho construction ii ihe largo and uptodale criish-
;mii   i oucentratlng   plants   « i
un ughlj   |u till) I ..I.,;....   coal
[ which arc siiil high, will iu mpldb
■ iced as the development gets alien
i extraction.   To date thi ro has noi
!! oen .i sufllclency of power to keep up
1 \ Ith  ihe  over-growing  needs of  the
redtti luu plants. This shortage ihoulil
lie over some time iu March 11)24.
"Tho   Kiunborley   concentrator,   on
,-hlt    ■■ orlt was started iu Juno, 11)22,
i irncd ovt r i u scbetlulo time on
\.. tisi   :'iih,   102a,    im August 2 ith
h ■   reed   was   turned   Into  lhe  mill [
ivhieli was not shut down again for
month.
This mill has exceudi il oxpectallon
,u every way, and has Indicated Ilia
.stimuli d eoneentral ion ens:s, ion
iia^es and recoveries will all be hen
tn when there is sufficient power t
•tin tiie plant lu copat Ity.
"Tlie cost of the i oucontrator wa
much in excess (if lhe first estimates
liven, beforo either plans nr flow
dicel were made; hut checked very
•lonely witii tbe final estimates which
vere maile as soon as ihe drawings
vere uufflciently complete to make an
ntelllgenl estimate, ii is also worth
mentioning that tho cost per ton ol
actual capacity !s much less than ev-
Buckeye Eyes
     ..II
WYCLIFFE NOTES ',|j
ale
sum
■d r 1600-ton plant throughout, while
be plant as it stands will provide suf-
ieient crushed rock for a GO00 or 7000
on concentrator, and will concentrate
ipproximately 3000 tans daily.
"I would like to make special men-
inn of the work done by the staff in
letting this construction through on
ime.     The   s;eel   work,   whicb   was
supposed   to   be   delivered   ill   time   to
got some at least of ihe main buildings  housed   in   before  winter sot  in
so that lliese could be completed during   the   winter,   was  several   months
late, necessitating the installation ot
.radically  all   the  complicated   con-
rite work in  lhe middle of an  Easl
Kootenay winter on an exposed side
ll location,    the   thermometer fre-
letuly registering 35 degrees be-low
■ro.    Nol   one yard  of
lost on this account am
Ro^e Schneider, of Cincinnati,
was crowned beauty queen of Ohio
over 500 contestants in state-wide
competition. A diamond lavallier,
"to match her eyes," said judges in
awarding a token of triumph.
CONSOLIDATED MINING
AM) SMELTING CO'S
ANNUAL REPORT
f t
a] local
lombers of the Huf
It
i joined the herd in Cranbrook on 1
ay nlghl of last week, and roar-ll
il roared al Ihe hi:; banquet. The J
fie   members   of   lhe   order   who f
led were c. o. staphs, w. John- I
I. Caldwell, A. FrcdcrickHoii, II. |
i and C. Quick.
■nl  Saitdborg,  world's  chain
oball rooter and former res-j ?
Id tho lown a brief vlall on &
.1. Jones hi.   I. l'i
•owe were Cran*
in,ink visitors nn We
il'ii'S'lny evening,
,iinv tliey Ih'IiI iiiril
i m Hie conclave
if tho Native Bona ol
Canada,
'in Tuesday night 1
list Mr, mul .Mm.
;.   DeCeceo  were \v
drained  In Wy.
, iiV  by   the  w 11
known cliarlvnrl
iillstoni will, li nl' late
lias become fro-
uenl and popular.
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
si,ui noon
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL OkDEkS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YAPD
Tli" annual financial report of the
Consolidated .Mining & Smelting Co.,
of Canada, Lid., for lhe twelve months
ended December 111 shows net profits
of $1,681,102 available for the common
stock as compared with $U75,440 in
1922, This is equal lo S...9S per share
on tho stoek, or 15.9 per cent, on the
$25 par value shares.
SHIPMENTS OK OKE
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMKLTKU
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AND SHOES
Suit Cases nml Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots nnd Shoes Xenlly Repaired
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
STAPLE & FANCY QltOrEIUES
GENT'S   FUIINISHINGS
LADIES AND OHLDREN'S
SHOES AND HOSE
-P.U1IBERS, GLOVES ETC.—
- SEE US FOR PRICES—
'.    Morrison & I'urke £
i f
£ Doalora in Conl mul Wood r*
*|     tii.i.vsi Kit WOItH hum: £
Toll your wives ami tell your %
frier. "In
*!
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WHITE LUNCH
NOW OPEN
• •     •
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
• •   •
A hA CARTE SERVICE    \
Following iti a statement of ore re-
celved nt ihe Trail Smelter during the
period March '22 to 31 inclusive:
Xame of Mine and Locality Tons
Cork Province, Zwicky, B.C   -to
Knobhlll, Republic, Wash  lUy
niwn uciuw j [j0,.t, |>jm, surprise Last
loncreto was     chance, Republic,  Wash.   223
the mill waa providonce, Greenwood, B.C  22
put in operation on time. I 1'aradise.   Uke Windermere,  B.C., -IT
"Tho mill was designed and built by QUni, Republic Wash   HI
ibe company's staff and most of the|Kmll  s,m(]()lli lu*  44
machinery waa mado In the company's silversmith, Sandon, B.C., dead)  1L'2
shops  nl  Tadanac.    The construction (z(m,j m
of this machinery was a greal success Company alines      13812
both financially and in regard to thc| 	
quality of the machinery made.   The|    Total
machines were also delivered as re-
qulrod.    A   further advantage  fs   tbe .	
possession   of   various   patterns   and •   (IV-fl1   (IF
templates, enabling quick delivery of GH'tUl OlU  1)1
sparo parts in future.
The tonnage of ore treated in the
lead smelter increased from 179,000
Ions in 1922 to 225,000 in 1923, and
the lead produced, from 39,800 to 48,-
uoo tons. Further improvements made
in ibis plain during 1923 and a bette**
ore supply will insure greater production still in 1924.
"Tho smelting costs were reduced
slightly during the year In spite of
higher wages.
"In 1922, additions were made to
tho load icfinery to increase iis capacity to 160 ions daily. The bullion
supply during the flrsl half of 1923
was not sitlllcieiil to keep the full
plant in operation. Toward the end ol
the year tho reflnory was turning out
105 tons of refined lead daily and
furtlier  additions   were necessary.
"As lho capacity    of    the    present
plant could he Increased 13 Ions per
|| day without much extra construction
lbe necessary tanks were added.   This
will give tho refinery a capacil
UflilCrMENDMENlb
PRE-EMPTIONS
, acant.       unreaerved,       survey",
'rown lands may by pre-empt ed b
Hnilsh subjects over 18 y^-us ol ngi
md by aliens on declaring intet
lo   become   Uritteh   subjects,   eund
md   Improvement   foi    agrleultun
purposes.
I'iiII in [urination concerning  regu
it i 0-   regarding   pre*emptlona    b
given In Bulletin No. 1, Und Serlen
"Jl w lo Pre-emp' Land,
vblcli can be obtained fn
■■■•■  addressing   the    Depi	
ii  iis. Victoria, B.C., or to nny Gov
> ii ment Agent
Records will be granted coverini
in y land .suitable f-.*r flgrlculturn
pu poses, und which te not timber
land, i.e., carrying over 6,000 boar<
ie I per acre west of lhe Coast Rnngi
and 8,000 feet per acre east of tha
.Mr. W. James left on Friday ou a
visit lo his home at Conor d'Aleiie.
Idaho. During Mr. James' absence,
Mr. Downey of Lumberton is taking
hh place as sawyer tit the mill.
More than a few local people ttt-
emled the dance held at Fori Steele
lust week, Among tho crowd at the
neighboring (own were Mi*;s E. Anderson, M'ss Cox. Miss McCoy. Mr.
nui Mrs. II. Houle. Mrs. D. Sawyer.
F, Johnson, C. Mower. ,1. Pennington,
H. Munro nud I'. Frnr.zen.
The planing mill, which bus been
closed down for the past month, commenced operations again on Monday.
The "get together" community
■lance, scheduled for Wednesday night
of this week, is still nn event of the
'uttiro, and by lhe time your correspondent's items adorn the columns of
•he newspaper it will be an affair of
'h:i post. Just i:s a sporting proposition we're prepared to eat the day's
titof iln* mill for die next two weeks
f Ihis event doesn't prove a winner
"id go over big and plenty, Did you
mjoy yourself?
The baseball  season   is  practically
started and  the Wycliffe supporters
if Ihe game are wondering what this
eason will bring in the line of league
lull.   As wc understand it. matters
ere held in abeyance ut tho baseball
leeting  in   Cranbrook  last  Sunday,
pending a report  from an organlzfnir
wmittee, on the advisability of for
ing a  new  league or the continue
ii ef lost year's system.
Wycliffe, B.C.
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Im appetizer
A t®ni&
A pure beverage
A satisfying drink_
that's
of    I..
W c/ 11
f-.st
Victoria.*—:A large collection of nuts
•own in Hritish Columbia will he ex-
bited al the forthcoming Britislt Kin-
re Exhibition Quite u variety of
its ore now grown successfully iu
is province, including Japanese,
■an nuts, filberts, butternuts, chest-'
nuts   aud almonds
Olhnvflr— Transmission of day-old.
chicks by parcel post Is to he tried
oui liy way of experiment from April
lsl to June 16th in all province:* of the:
Dominion except British Columbia.
wliere iho mailing period will he from:
March Ifith to May 31, according to
an nnuoiinccmeiit In tbe Post  Ofllce
Bulletin.   Live day-old chicks will he'  .  ]
ticceptod nt the risk of the sender at] This iidvertisemeiii ia uoi published or displayed by tlio IJKjuor
parcel post rates to places in Canada Pmitrni u-.-i-' ■■*• '*•• -■•** "—	
and the United States,
The   belter   beer — sold   at   all   Government
Liquor Stores
VANCOUVER BREWERIES LIMITED
Control Boofilor by lim Oovoriimcnl of Hritish Columbia.
Ilea ions fur |]ie-,.|iij
addressed to ih.- l„
ner uf llio Land I.....
in which tho Inn'1 -
s situated, unl me mu
■ ■ '   '"      i" ""uauil, unl are nud.. ,m
if, ions per Hay early in iii^i, ProB-    forms, copies of which cun
cm iuiiirniiuns nre thai o still further    '•";""1 'rom tho Lund Comml
Pre-ompllonH niiiKt b<
Incr
future
will
I'lll'
Oullelln    "iim
PURCHASE
: SHIPMENT ()!•'
Pure Blue White Diamonds
In the   Latesl   Designs   and   Sellings   have just arrived
(Direct from iho Importers),
(Mil. AMI SEE THE3I
BEST  QCAMtV,   LOWEST  1'ItH'E
Kimberley Jewelry Store
J. C. ADAMS KIMBERLEY    -    B.C.
in  ' •''"• «vo years nnd ImprovcS'ls'
to  roluo uf sio  per acn
Costs In ,1,1k departmenl were also ,;, !':'r ;'"d cuV.ha"1"1 " i,p-
...,.,      ' . ■'"■". lieforo ii Crown Oram
luci'd Hlinlitly (lurinc, lhe your. rei lived.
Tho copper smelter, refinery audi Fop.mora detailed Infonnatl
rod mill weru nol operated during tho Land'
yoar.
"Tho Tadanac concentrator worked Applications nro received for mn
in Sullivan ore during the first half ol ' ''■''"   "'   vacant   and   unreserve.
ll„.  v,...,.   .,r  ...1,1,.,.  „  ,..„ .  „„„,,, jrown  land.,  imi   belnu   llnil
year, .uiui  winch ll was used lo ror aurlculturo i •■
rlPttii up old ore stock piles ond sands '"'|,"> ot flrst-olass (arnhlBi land is ,i
frnni lho sine  plant,  preparatory to RP5,a2S**i„and "^ond-cl	
,,        ,                  .                                    I Lln'-1  S-'SO pur one.     Further   In..
closing down on slnc.lead concentra- mailon regarding purchaae or   <•
tlon nl Todanoc pormanently             i 'Jf c,m,» Imds li  given In Bullctn
"In October I, was overhauled and ^oi^^nw"*"" "'"
adjustod in concentrate Rossland ure. Hill, factory, or Industrial site, oi
" Ilosshiml shlpmenls were slnrloil ' !,'"'T"J'' l:""''.""' e»«edlng jo acres
hul hy tl .,,1 of tho your II wns ne., dltlons' ""inlmSig" '"pSymem" ''"?.:
cessary to again  suspend slilpmonlsl ''"nipnce.
Irom RoBSland and    to    eoneentral
 . ■ PAS
O' COURSE I'M PEflL SORRY MA'S
HAlK RKOKe- OFFTH'WAV ITOIO.euT-
W - NOW THAT SHB pIMTlSCT ENUrF
HAIR T' GET BOB3EP AN' CMED AM'
PRE55EP, ETC., trOJirfrfi MEAN
*J QUIYB pi SAVIN' T ME ! SS'l-Vav.
v.'*! *-) FRENCH HAif?-0f|ES5Er?56IJRt
UF&,    " >VJEr3E EXPENSIVE? r-
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of t'unariii Limited
OPTICUS. HMEl.TINlt AND REFINING DRPARTMRNT
TIUI1.,    BRITISH    I Ol.l "-IIU
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Parchftsenof (ilolil, Silver, Topper, Load & /Ine Ores
rrodr.rcrior Gold, Hllrcr, Copper, Pig Lend and /lor
"TADA.'JAC" KKANP
■MHP SWS) *ayx-jXttmF~:vp.r.
Sullivan nro tit Trail on account ol
power sliorlnpe at Kimberley.
"The RoBSland run wns not of pulil-
olenl duration to base nny conclnslonB
on.
Production uf bar zinc Increased
from 88,146 In lt»22 to 30,026 tons In
lfi2*V. Costs Increased Blight ly during
ttif> year, moro noticably during tin*-
Inst ]mlf. Wltllr tlioro wns nearly
sufficient Increase in wages to accoun!
for tills nilrlilloiinl cosl T believe the
Upsel coiulitintis during (lie trnnsl-
iloii period of Btnrttng up (he Kimberley mill, loKPthpr wllli working up
the old oro stocks, had n greaUr ef-
feet rtinn tlie Increased wages. I look
ror a considerable Improvement In tiiiH
plant in 1«24.'» I
HOMESITE   LEA8E8
Un surveyed areas, not . *<  - lino 21
a''"-'*',   may   bo   leased   ns        riieillea
conditional   upon   a  dwi I n     botni
eif.u.,1 in t|l(, nrst ymr  luia belt
obtainable after real donee  and  in,
provement  condltlonn   aro    Culfltloi
mi'I  land  Iuih  been  sur\.yed.
Por
LEASES
[raiting and    Industrial     jji
pofiea areas not exceeding tuo a'crei
may be iio,*n*d by one ikthuh or
company,
GRAZING
L'ndor tho nrazitiK Act the Prov
nee is dlvldod Into grazing district!
and the range admlnlaterod undor i
' :-«»»« Commlaslonor. Annu-t
[rasinfi poimlts aro lammd h-iied 0,1
numbura mngail, priority bolng glvon
■• Mtftbiinhcd owners, Btuek-ownen
"J '"im afiftoclatlona Tor hiiiki
nanagoment |.>PP, or imrtluiiy fre*
:;'*'mii.s an, available   iui    itUlt'a
hSSC   *nd tfav*u*|i-> -1*1 1* ''* Friday. April Uth, Iiii!I
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE THREE
For Easter Groceries
Wo can give you Uio best
Prices and Quality.
QUALITY EliOS, locul fresh,
per dozen       ,30
NON FERTILE, in cartons,
per doz. ,35 .. 2 doz. JJ
QUALITY BACON, Swift's
Premium, Slabs   ....  ,45
Sliced       .55
All  Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables in Season
Cranbrook Trading Co.
That Little Party
The Wedding, the Children's
Birthdays, etc., will lie better
remeinl ered by a photograph
laken in the artistic manner
that has made all our work so
favorably known, l'lione us for
an appointment.
Van Braam
CRANBROOK STUDIO
Hot Cross Buns
For Good Priday and
Easier. Also 11 mosl tasty
line of wholesome Easter
Bakery Goods will be ready for you. Phone your
order to-day.
::     PHONE 21     -
Kummer's Bakery
Surprise
The kiddies on Easter morning
with some of our many Easter
Novelties. We have Baby Chicks
Boosters. Rabbits, Polls in
Hoots anil all sorts of bright
colored eggs. Call in and look
over onr assortment,
EASTER CARDS
Moffatt's Variety Store
"Easter"
Egg   Dyes
Inl ri st The Children
'   t n 10, pa< kage and decorate the eggs for Easter
.Morn.
Beattie -Noble Ltd.
PHONE 11
Make Her Happy^
On Easter Horn with a surprise gift of Jewelry say, a Diamond
Ring, a Wrist Watch or a Bar Pin. We have ninny brilliant
suggestions to show you in our present Easier display. Come In
and see tliem to-day.
A. EARLE LEIGH
Easter Candies
Trays and trays of hard or sofi centered Candy Eggs -Chocolate
Animals and Chicks -that will make the youngsters shout with
iliiiglil when llu y see and taste them.
Special Easter boxes of delicious Chocolates and Bon-Bons for
tlio grown-ups.    Order now.
Patricia Confectionery"
Your Home-
To have the proper Easter atmosphere- should have a plentiful
display of Easter flowers. For. there's 1 thing that can make it
so cheerful looking for the occasion a- -ut choice Lilies. Tulips,
Hydrangeas and Rose Plants ami other Cut Flowers. Better give
us your order to-day.
PHONE 190
P.O. Ii..\ 395
East Kootenay Greenhouse
For Easter
Breakfast
Nothing so appetizing as a dish
of OUR OWN' MAKE All Pork
Sausages or Pork Tomato Sausages.   They are delicious.
our Home Cured Bacon cannot lie surpassed.
Cranbrook
Meat Market
8    -   Phone   -   8
New Togs
For Easter beckon your attention lu re now. men. Some
mighty good valu is in ihe lot
Suits, Hats, Shirts, Neckwear
n,.il n liosl Df other necessities
nil fashioned according to
style's latest edicts and in
Spring's most cheerful color
comblnal Ions. Stop In as soon
as you cau.
E. A* HILL
Ml VS FURNISHKR
Latest Style
Creations    iu   Easter
Dresses,    Suits.    .Milli
nery and oilier attractive     accessories     for
milady          on display
now al
INU Bros.
Make The
Easter Ball
More enjoyable by arranging
to have your refreshments at
the Victoria Cafe.
Commodious booths — Good
Service, and pleasant music
make The Victoria attractive
Phono < 7 for Reservations
Victoria Cafe
To Look Her Best-
On Easier Day is naturally lhe desire of every woman- -especially
when ii conies 10 proper hair-dress or treatment of her complexion. For the happiesi and most satisfactory results, she should
come lo us.     Phone 409.
Our Shoe
And Hat
Sale .-tarts Saturday,
April 12th.
Don'l buy shoes until
you .-ice our assortment and prices.
B, Weston
BAKER STREET
Suppose
You'll have guests at
your home for tliat
big Easter Dinner?
Need a fine quality
Carving Set !
We have an attractive variety to select
from.
BETTER  DROP IN.
F. PARKS
PHONE 78
"y--,-y.,.,.r.y
ELECTION SHORTLY
WOULD SEEM TO CLEAR
POLITICAL ATMOSPHERE
Conservative Conventions Being Held In Bring Out Strongest Candidates
A  provincial   election   within   tour
month* ie being freely forecasted in
tuwrtm wkkk claim to Im lmulr«d.[iu o( au; political parly ilioiild ha tu
An olectfon Oils yoar wouid bo a good.gel on with lho work nf building up 86th.   During the montb thoro will al- lumber mills will get tholr   supplies ('row's   Nosl   Pass   and   Drumheller     VIm-uuhI, Sask.   a movemon! In un.
thing r<>r British Columbia, for lho Brltloh Columbia nml hulldltig ll on'sn in, conventions fm- Columbia nml oi labor irom Ihocossl instead ol trom Holds' now In iho mlddlo or a dlsi ■ dor way for ths placing nf aboul 100
political "tmosphero ia In sad 11 1 of;™.,,. „..,l stable foundations. |North Okanagui. souilieru Alberta.      At Calgary Mr. whu.h ,„ expoctod ,„ „,„, ,„ „ ,lr,ke ,„„. tMI„, ln ,„,. viscount district
bolng cleared. Thoro la too nuuh of a! Conaervotlvfl party conventions have
huso ol uncertainly aboul policies oflbeon arranged lor several eonsiliu-j
progress for lho tuturo, nml il Is with encios during April, according to the
lhe future lhal lho people aro 11111 nlyi organizer, .1. D. Merryfleld, Tho flrsl 1
JIIMSTKIt LOOKS INTO STItlkt:
concerned. Ftoorlntlnnttone about posl
tioeila ami misdeeds have lost tholr
savor tor lho public palale,  Tlio mot
or these will ho at Saaaleh on April      Vicloria
,r. U. McNlvon, deputy
McNlvon will confer with representatives of lho Interior lumbor Industry
ami  Urge upon  Ihem  tho ilenlrnlillit*
or   looking   after   British   t
llll
Nexi win 1  rtovolstoke onIminister or labor, win Itave ror Cal-
Aprii 10th; Omlnoca, at Burns Lako, gary thin week in make arrangements Niven win moet rtprcwmtaiivca ot tho
111 the beginning ol April Mr. McNlvon at Iho beginning or Spring. About n
will endeavor to tlml out the facts of di non of tin so will come from Manitoba and Ontario, aboul forty Irom the
United Blatos and Uio remainder from
Qormany and tlte Scandinavian ooun.
olumbls ",n dispute and also to calculate tho
strike  it 1    Ilrithth  Columbia  Iti'lus-
ou April Utll; I'rluce Ucorgton Aprlllunder which interior British Columbia coal 111I110 operators and ulnars of tbtjlry.
J 7AGF.   POOR
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Friday, April Uth, 1984
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:     TEA SETS
; DINNER SETS
TWENTY
YEARS
AGO
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m '1 lie Oru.ilirook
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this date,
11103.
talhei   and mother lo Cranbrook to LOCAL DELEGATE TO
live. PROVINCIAL W. .11. S.
RETURNS FROM COAST
Flro on Wodnesil
id one of tho hoti
"400 Kow" hut the
catoil lhal day.
onlne destroy.
ii Crnttbrook'i
I ha.I boi a vn
J. T. Laldlaw returned this week
. loria where he completed 'iis
In qualify id ll  B.C. land sur-
H will delight and
COME   IN    TODAY
j    RAWORTH BROS.
I   C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR sect TO THE POST omci   |     ,. n    ^,     -  ,.,. ,.,,,,    M
•nUBttnauiiniHiiitaiiiiuiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiuitciiiiiitiiniiii mti miiiiiei ii iiiii ii m iej imiinii iiiatiitm m until tiii^iiii caiiiinii n n csi 11 n n miici n n iniini i .his week for U
Che Cranbrook fierald
F A. WILLIAMS
much extra expense   on    the   province,   when
lhe question could be pul lu the people ai the
Published Everv Friday same time as an election, which cannot now be
u  potter, n. Be. delayed very many mouths. Mon over, it must ol
iously ho ep 'hi] i i* Fi 11 for m i lection, the Bum
BubicrJptlon L'rlco ..
To I'nitt'tt Slates	
Advertising Rates on Al ]
for Advertising should bo Un
neBday noon to secure attontl
Communications for nubli
by the name- of the writer, n
print.
APRIL 1924
tint ma nn wto tmu fri sat
12 345
6 7 8 S 10 ii tt
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»3.0n I'er Vrni-  	
i>,,PYoiir "K'r months being too imirli occupied witli tho
ni ■ rnpy serious business of [avming and other strictly
i iiiao Wed- seasonal activities.   If the government teals that    |_
what they have to offer In regard to the beer    Ll
;:. i iiiiiinuileil ,*.,,,. ,.   . .. , n
proposals will bring any re in   rom tin* condi-
lo iippear in- '     l °      ' ^^
lions lhat have now grown tip round the present    ^si^^sim^ff.^'i^amsammmi.^
liquor act, they should have no hesitation in ad-     |    A   BIBLE THOUGHT'S!
vanclng lhe proposals  '"  i««»»     !"   i~r      wm irnniv I
believes in upholding the law at all costs, but
when those costs are heaped up out of all proportion to whal might lie spenl on other eases in.
the criminal calendar, the law ceases to com- Saturday,, April 12
niaiiil r
11 up round ine [iiesein      ™=«=» ■-nun■-.,..:.-•  - ■-"■-■-.
ive no hesitation in ad-    | JL.BIBLE THOUGHT
The public at large    | }\ —FOR TODAY*-
S| lli:.ln   Tiau/l.U I i.mnri J..1.  tII!  |ffOW   .
9;        priwMa n.rltm. In afuryaaw
i,': I      ■ § i     lt*JsSS£*E*SG3s!m
Ct.
Mil HAV. APRIL lltll, 1M4
ONE PROVINCE OR THREE*
llHHOI.Il AT KVKN'IXHTIIIK trouble;
land  lieti.re  tlio morning  lie  i.i  nol
After iii- cry thai went up thai the liquor tiiIb is the portion ot them Hint spoil
control   bill   gol    through   without   the people us. nnu tho lot ot them Hint rob us.-
really knowing what they voted for, llio govern-'ls'li:lk ,7:11-
ment should be at especial pains to let the day-] +   +   +
,   .   , ... . Siiii.liiv. April ll!
light in on their boor selling proposals. ;,.,,m,u  h. A'DRY MonsEU  „„„
  qutetnoss therewith, Hum a house, full
With celebrations of dil'ferenl natures plan-;"1' roarl'lcee Willi strlte. — Proverlis
-   .      ,17:1.
i.id or projected for tlie three bin holiday dates,
nl ilie year.   Empire Day,   Dominion Day   and Mominy, April 11
Labor Day. ii looks as If Cranbrook is beginning THU LORD is the portion or mine i
v recreation a little more in l'wlunce nml of my nun: thou mni
'"     it.    The lines are tail
sant   pi.aes;   yen,
salm   1
io take iis coin
i thai wi
■ before tl
UtllllW
government.    The interests of all ""■"'!""'	
Ically similar, and the governmental ot the wal"    Tlu> Veterans. The Native Pons and lmvu „ gomy hMl|
t would be saved is an attractive The Agricultural Association arc all thoroughly ko.
......ci.to i,n,iiPR. nnd each of them ean claim 1 -f   +
A somewhal revolutionary proposal is now
being put forward in the prairie provinces that
will nevertheless stand more than cursory consideration, lt is to merge the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and »'iu rtn into one, witli
ono central government
three are basic;
expense that
feature. It is one of those drastic economic
that will naturally not bi looked upon with fa
vor by the comparative few thai might be affec
ted adversely, but if ii would bring benefit and lUBBB ra.ou.ai.um. „ .„.„^.,„	
relief to the rest of the people, il should nol be the ',0°1,le ot the city aml aiatrlct' in whose '»- i'''", »eek !B [lrsl "'" «">*i<"» «> <
dismissed as Impracticable.   Each province now terests ,he celebrations are staged, to turn out «">« m» righteoii.iiMa: mm nil ti
maintains expensive organizations to accomplish aml BUP»°rt Hlcm ^ attendance.   A community , ^"^7"  ™ n""e"   "'"" y00-
precisely the same ends, and all three pul toge-1tlul1 is lU1 '»ls'"ess and no play is only half liv-; +" +   +
ther have only the population of Ontario or less. lnS'   KeeP tu0Be ,llreo summer dates open.
But for the difference in its topography and
resources, B.C. might well lie Included in the
Sundny evonlng last Mrs. A. A
MacKinnon returned to Cranbrooit after a two weeks' trip In Uie Const, j
wliere with Mrs. Qlaspel of Gl'lillti
leorlts sin. hail been In attendance at
the annual meeting ul the Provincial
Women's Missionary Society, in Mount
Pleasant Church, Vancouver, on the
Hi. and 28th of March. Aboul
50 delegates were presenl and iuobI
iiliuin-'.iii' meetings were held.
Rev V E. Mitchell of Mount Hens
ni church read the address ol woi
ima m the delegates which was re
ponded in by Mrs. MuclUmioti ol
ranbrook. Tho olectlon ot officer
nulled as follows:
'resident: Mrs. J. S. Qordon of Van
ouvor; Treasurer, Mrs. Mntiii of Van
Irs, Leadliighnm.
Iti ■ re ii ntatlvu le llu-  Board  from
tie Kootonnyn, Mrs. A. A. MacKttl
\ rory Interesting feiituro of Hu
in. o i!n ■ of iiu- convention woi
ward made lo the Marlon Ollvoi
on ; nnd of ICnox clmrcll, Cr
' of the banner for having
[lined tho groutest number of p il
. n nil iirollcloncy. When il
nm Idered lhal Hie local liinul is in
onipotltion wiih sixiy other bunds in
lhe province, Uie gaining nf nnotber
liisi li-'tiiiii is greatly lo Iheir credll
nnd particularly last year's lender,
Mrs. II. I.. Qrady upon whom thu responsibility for its success rested.
Another point of interest was the
fuel that the various Missionary Societies had contributed $17,000 id
missions during 1023. but there had
lso been paid for the teachers in
home Bchools nnd the upkeep of mission stations, hospitals and nileslou
equipment, as well as the missionary
work among tho loggers and fishermen $20,000 by :lie general hoard.
On her return to Cranbrook, Mrs
MacKinnon stopped oft   at    Creston
q she had been Invited Lo address
the  l'resiiyleriaa   church   on   Sunday
Ing Inst.   Mrs. MacKinnon gnv,
We have a I
We havo 11
MEN'S COTTON SOX
A shoe manufacturer advised us Hint he was overloaded in some
[dies of shoes and asked us If we could handle large quantities. We
iiiii him we are aide lo handle Ihem at n reduced price. He took our
offer nml we are glucl lo say we made a good bay. We are going to
gi\e the buying public the benefit of this fortunate purchase. We have
also put in a fow other specials which have been bought to our advantage although for spot cash.   Just read a few of the bargains.
Assortment of Men's Ladies' uml Children' Spring Hats
al prices I" in''t*l   any  mail-order house competition
Price   s pairs tor .50
Wo ean also save ynu money Oil Mill's l-'ille Dress Boots
I.AlilHS' COTTON HOSE, black or brown Sale Prlco 2 pan .... .45
LADIES' SM.K STOCKINOS 111 plain or dropsiiieii. black
liriiwn. grey or iaivn. 'lliese eitnie to ns from llu:
ructory as seconds lull they are   jual   as   guild as
1.26 slOcklllgB.   Sain Prlco   .50
Two Pairs only iii ii Customer
Wo have ina rocolvod u slilpmonl of llio IntcBl siyles iu Men's Ties
Mi ii'm Military Planno! Kliakl shins, rog. $1 Tr. tn K
Sale Prlco 2 tor   2.25
MUX'S I'AXTSi We have jusl  i olvod n large Blilpnionl <>r Men's
 Us. They are on sale ill    2.75 '" 7.95
See our i loth, Waterproof I'nais. On Sale from .. 9.00 '" 18.00
Ladies
i.vereil heel
The interests of all "ie spirit of the d
responsible bodies, and each of them can claim
a fitness to organize for a particular day.
Public support is the greatest factor in making
those celebrations a success, and il remains for
Ihe people of the city and district, in whose in- j
terests the celebrations are staged, to turn out
+   +   +
Tuesday, April 1,1
E   NO   THOOHT   saying.     Willi
; vi ent? or Whal shall we drink
Ithal shall
kit
and  all   theBl
merger also, but these differences would preelud
it. Visionary?—perhaps, but everything starts
that way, and the wonder may soon be that it
wasn't done before.
mm Our Exchanges
THE BEER PROPOSALS
JIKTTEIl THAN A IIAI.AM'KII lltnKtT
_.     .                        ,                             ,   ,   ,    I       Witli expenditures in Great Britain  £50,000,000 less
The date mentioned in governmental circles (h;|l „„.  , n,viim„ ,h(, Cnanoellor „, tll0 ,,,„„„„„„
for the beer plebiscite is drawing near, and still „„,,. holds a particularly enviable position amongst tlu.se
the great body of the electorate remain in lgno-|wlio hnce the responsibility of budgetting.     Hon. It. ll.
ranee as to what is proposed. There is, as a mat- ""id will wish thai he is In ibe slums ot Mr. Snowden
ter of fact, no reason why it should be made the ":"! ""' •*>;ll''"Hl1 l"™!""* ""' British Chancellor of th*
excuse for a separate plebiscite, entailing that
r.xihi
of Ulm.—Lethbrldge Herald.
WrdncMlii), April 1(1
WHEN THOU  PASSEST lbroup.h the
waters,   I   will   be   wiih   tltoe; aud
through   the   rivers, they   shall   not
overflow thee;    when    thou  wall ist
nigh tho fire Ihon   shalt   not   bt
nel: neither .-hall tho flame kin-
upon theo.—Isaiah 43:2.
+   +   +
Thursday, April 17
MASTER, THIS WOMAN was lake:, i
adultery.   Muses commanded us lhal
should be atoned: bul whal say
linn? . . . lie said unto them. Hi
Hint Is without sin among you, lei bin
il n stone nl her.—John 8:4,5,7.
+ + +
Friday. April l>
TRUST IN THE l.Oltn wiih all thtni
bean; and lean nol unlit thine owl
mull rslnnding. In all thy ways ac
knowledge him and be shall dire
thy paths.—Prov. 3:5,0.
ontlon which she hail Insl ;itti nded.
On Moi dny, the banner which bad
een won wus presented to the Mis-
iini Band by Mrs, MacKinnon.
VAI.I'AHI.i: FOSSILS
RROt'flUT TO LIGHT
NEAH WAIlliM'.lt CA3IF
Thnnglii tn be Sea Shells of Devonian l'erlml, I.ui'iil Atiilior-
Ity Slates
3.95
3.35
LADIES' PI.ACK SATIN SUPPERS I.i
lingular ST.uu Sale Prlco 	
LADIES' UROV X BROCADED SLIPPERS, Louise Covered
heel, Regular J0.50 Sule Price 	
Ladies' Black  Paten!  ami  Brown  Kid. one strap, Louise
heel, sizes 3 In 7. Regulur J7.50. Sale Price   4.95
We could fill a pane wiih our shoe bargains hut we have neither room
nor time
G-lrls' High Top Brown Hums. Bolld leather size 13 & 13%
only. Salo Price   2.75
We are offering wonderful values in all the Kiddles' Shoes
Men's Working Slioes, solid leather, military style, sizes ti
to 11. Sule Price   3.95
Men's Boots in brown and black, n serviceable shoe, with
toe cap. Regular }5.00 Sale Price   3.75
LADIES' PaiiM Leather Slippers, one strap, two button
low lead. Sizes 2VJ to CVS  Regular $5.00 Sale Price .. 2.95
LADIES'   Black   P.iMil   Leather   Sandals,   flexible  sole.
Sims :; in in... Regular S3.00, Sale Price 	
cip.l.s' Black Patent Saudals, leather sole und heel, Sizes
11 io 2. Regular $2.50, Sale Price 	
LADIES' mark Oxfords,   medium heel.   No. l   CalfBkln
Regular (5.50, Sale Price 	
i Aims' shoes at si.95
This lot consisla of Ladies' House Slippers. Mary Jane's nnd Oxfords.
I.allies' or Growins Oirls' Patent, one strap, Orey Suede
Black, low in-. 1. Sizes :'. to 7. Regular $0.00 Sale Price 3,50
Sale Starts Saturday, April 12th
B.WESTON'S STORE
1.95
1.75
3.25
The S'.nri> Tlmt Sells For Less
BAKER STREET
(Nelson News)
A mosl Interesting discovery waa
made near Wardner recently, when
i 'otisl ables Thomas and Ryckman
chanced to observe some curious
stones in ;i bn*:k of shale near Camp
S of the Crow's Neal Pass Lumber Co.
wlm tooh Borne splendid specimens of
foi        d sea shells of ImmenBe size
lo i ■.'. ; rook, the beds are quite ex-
*■ u In     Mr. Thomas stated lhat the
•   Ic ri 'posits ta which the fossils are
ii bi Ided  are    easily    reached  from
amp S, ti matter of three miles north
;' Dull River.   Tho Crow's Nest Lum-
"i" company's togging railway runs
n    ly through the beds—Is, In fart,
tl lasted for Bome distance with ma-
rial rich in fossil shells.
|j|ent.-Col. J. Hungerford 1'oiieii nf
'ranbtvok. who is now in possession
f two of tin* specimens, is of lhe
•pinion that the specimens belong to
tlie Devonian period.   He has not yet,
however, completely Identified either
of tho specimens submitted.     It  is
Co-Operative »>■»■<*
(fl'AI.ITY
KIIESII I HUT AM) VEGETABLES
Rhubarb. 3 His. i'or	
Head Lettuce, per lb	
Leaf Lettuce, per 11>	
Spinach, per lb	
Fresh Horse Radish Root, per lb. ..
Arkansas Black Apples, per box .
Illiniums, Yes!
.50
.20  ,
.35  I
.20 *
.15
2.50
.25
.50  .
.67  I
.45  *
.20
Dudley Anderson,   Canadian    poet,
im Bpent the week-end In tho city,
was a visitor at the !npli school on. j-^^^—
Friday afternoon, and pave tho pupils probable that Colonel Pollen will have
an interesting address that day. In the
lourse of which he pave a recital of a
number of his own poems, On Sunday
morning he conducted the services at
tho Baptist church and in tho evening
ho preached al lhe Methodist church.
On Monday evening he was ot the
Methodist church wliere he pave a recital of his own works.
photographs taken of lho fossils and
will most likely submit Ihem to the
geological department of the British
Columbin university fur iho purpose
of Identification.
C.ili.'on.iii Cetorj
Krispy Soda Crackers 	
Frosh Ground Coffee, per lb	
Blue Ribbon Tea fi*-. al per lb	
Grape Fruit Marmalade	
Bloaters, per it'	
Premium Hams and Macon:   Buy them Whole
It Saves You Money
Pastry Flour. 2 1 lb. sucks    1.00   t
1.50  t
1.80 f
.75
.45
Peed Oals. per suck 	
Peed Wheal, per rack ..
Pratt's Baby Chick Food
Dustbane, per tin
    ,     a"W*P
Cranbrook District Co-OperativcSoc.
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Mrs. Crosby, of Wycliffe, is a visi
lor jual now at the homo of Mrs. h
Loucks.
A Delightful Easter Breakfast
Easter morning!  Herald of Spring- —and—in thousands of homes by a
time; sounding the call of Nature's special breakfast of Premium Bacon
reawakening to life and vigor.    No or Ham.  But be sure it is "Premium",
wonder Easter  is a glorious festive for, as Easter is an outstanding day,
season, impatiently awaited: no won- it is but appropriate that you should
der mankind seeks adequate expres- mark it by that which is outstanding
sion—in new apparel—new colors— in quality and goodness.
Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon
f
ml nor cross buns
|SKt*^L_     polks, ynu doubtless will
,:*>)    .   ,r_   observe thai time-honored  i
\y~\ .\~^.tt i
x. ^*»    j    custom   of   Berving   lint   :
\\i    jV'    (,,'IWS lluns on your table  j
Look tor this blur Identities
tion la,; when you Inty
a whole ham or when
you buy a slice
Be careful to Ect Swift r.
"Premium" when you buy
H.icon or Hum — make
sure oi it tins comini!
Easter Morning. Older
irom your liutcher or
Givcer.
Swift Canadian Co.
Limited
W
ti\
for (loud Friday and Kits
Ier.
Su we are preparing to offer you smile ot the besl
ind most delicious Buns
you ever tasted. Dettei
place your order with in
City Bakery
PHONE 23
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Now is the Time
I lo have your
| Rugs and Carpets Cleaned
3 II will cosl ynu hardly any more to have us do litem
1 right, than to pay a man to do them at home, and take
|  chances of your carpels being ruined by rough beating.
S phone nn.i.is, thi: master ci,kam:ii ami iiveh, |
I'll It PRICES ,
j Cranbrook Cleaners & Dyers
I P. W. WILLIS - - - PHONE 157
i: WB I'Al.l, FOIt AND DBLTVBB AI.I, QOOna — VOU ARM
| HAVIOI) AU, THE MUSS
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGK FIVE
..Wiiiiii|M'ir, Man. in iho Pas mining
district comprising Northern Manitoba, 1,686 mineral claims have beon
stahotl out aud ncqulred, containing tt
total area tii' ubout 125 Bqunro miles.
This area Includes tho Flln Flon and
Herb Lake districts, whore valuable
copper nud silver ores huve been discovered. At nin.no Mines, situated on
Herb Lake a modern plant has recently beon installed and four thousand tons oC»hlgh-grade ore have been
mined.
CANADIAN AUTHOR
GIVES RECITAL FR03I
OWN POETIC WORKS
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Dudley \l.derS011 Spends Week-
End in City: Hus Appreciative Audience
On Monday owning the Methodist
church wan well filled by IUobb anxious to ii ar the Canadian poet, Uud-
Icy 11. Anderson, wlio for a few days
has been visiting in Cranbrook. That
ihey wen* not disappointed was made
abundantly plain by the applause
that greeted hte various readings and
the recmeBl that ho continue same
after having favored tho audience tor
over one hour and three quarters.
Tho spoakor, lu his own Inimitable
way flrsl gave u mosl Interesting talk
on ihe work which wan niQBl dour lo
htm, telling his hearers in on a few of
ihe soeroUi of tho poetic art, omplia-
sizing tho value and ploustiro thai te
to ho dorlvod from cultivating n love
tor writing pootry. Ho urged his
hoarors to Iry this for thomselvcs.
Thnt Mr. Anderson luia already en-
JOHN TRAVERS CORNWALL,
or H.M.S. CHESTER
iAll  Rights  Reserved!
One ship to ten. Can so   Prom odds
as great
Tho ancient days huve torn triumph,
nor reck
We now.   See bow she rideth ut the
beck
Of hazard, heedless of whatever fate.
Whllo round ber shrieking shells his-;
out their hate,
Ami   gag  each   gun.   and   glue   the
silvery deck
With crimson slime, and all the tangled  wreck  of twisted  steel—-yel
I hero 1 spo him wait.
pqiiPift I,
iliat   Imth   kale
Standing <
most
il, it lad of seventeen at
la
iho
Apply Mlnard*s a\ yd y and
rub it i.i \ .1 - - . ■' - fin] er
tips.   !" ./• !    ' hi al'.
Removes in.TammaUcn.
A remedy far t n :y pain,
ft'Z ii ■ ->]' ,-<i
kJiJii .'        ■ ij
hi judged r
tommontlatlon that he has roco-'ved
from compotonl critic s, an woll as
through tho facl that hla works have
Iieen   aeeeple.l   hy,   and   he   is   now   a
regular contributor to such poriodi-
v;ili as the University Magazine, the
Wi i. rn Home Monthly, th'e Canadian
Bookman, the Poetry Review, London,
England the Canadian Mngazlne and
many other publications.
II would he tllfllcult to choose the
selection which pleased mosl. nil apparently being much appreciated,
Should Mr. Anderson again favor
Cranbrook with a visit, many will be
pleased to hear him again, while all
will watch to seo the heights to which
ho attains In the field of ondenvor In
which he occupies bis le'sure hours.
Through the courtesy of Mr. Ander-
■on. the Herald is publishing a few of
his work?, which give n fair indication
of tbe style and ability nf (his writer,
though many of his best, poems are
reserved hy publishers' rights.
THE SWALLOW
(All  Rights Reserved)
! Sweet  spirit,    wandering  everywhere
j    With loveliness and mirth,
I How thy blest coming kindles fair
i    The faded cheeks of earth,
; And purls her pale nud trembling lips.
I    By frosty fingers bound,
Where thou has kissed the tender lips
While skimming o'er the ground.
N'o spot on earth e'er felt thy touch
!    But it was filled with heaven;
For thnn, 0 bird, has loved much,
i     And much to thee is given;
j And happy we who bold as ours
I    Thy sweel philosophy
: Thnt   knows  no  path  bul   song  and
flowers.
!    No breath bul ecstacy.
Till golden ways we follow too
1     By kindred muses taught.
And track the beautiful and true
'Neath nobler skies of thought;
.\;k1 wintry souls In sweetness dress
With ceaseless summer days.
And o'er their spirit's heaviness
The garment spread of praise
In the Western Home Monthly
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Death  white  beside his  blood-spat
broken gun
His comrades dead, or catching
iheir lust breath,
Ills young life spent,  yet  holding 10
his post
Mid hell —- of England'! thousand
sons. j;;st one.
That   day   off  Jutland,  falthrul
unto death.
CANADA'S   FALLEN
(All   Rights  Reserved I
Were every snowy peak of thy Grant
West
A gravestone white,   each    prairie
flower a wreath.
How could they mark thai  mighty
couch of death.
Oh, Canada, where all thy fallen rest!
How memory folds within thy mother-
breast
Those  fateful  years,  fraught   with
the frenzied breath
Of hell, when havoc stalked the sens
ben t&ath,
And caves of earth and all the clouds'
wild crest!
li .was for thee that lasi dread trail
they trod.
Where    drew    French    slopes   and
.Flemish fens the storm;
llow breathes the soul of Camhrla'H
crimson sod,
Aud where wild Yprej rolled back
the Eagle-swarm
Where   Vimy   Ridge   rears   high   bis
shattered head,
Immortal    with   the   deeds of thy
great tlead.
—In the University Magazine
The nev. officers, elected by ballot,
wero Mrs w, H. Wilson, president;
Mrs, .1. T. Sarvla, vice-president; Mrs,
A C. Sh :tkland, secretary; and Mrs
A. .'   Rati liffe, treasurer.
Ande
nnd
■xi Than
Si ■ UtS
writings pmrols
ual tiling  ,,,. n|   in
ibe
.omit
best
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pared, a great de
especially tin th
■ prin eeda of the ■
lay evening the C.G.l.T.
t   Hi"   Eagle  and   other
u'ting ou an  entertain-
church  wliich  ought  to
*d bouse,   a program of
sic, etc. Is being  well
l of work being
dramatic Hems
itertalnment are
SETTLE KINK AT
SFECTA1
MEETING
Methodist Church
The visit of Mr. Dudley H Anderson
over the week-eud drew considerable
attention His address ou Sunday
evening gave a word much needed on
the necessity of getting God Into daily
life.
On Monday evening
gave a recital from hi
A good house, quite ai
for such on occasion
advertised, indicated t
of Cranbrnok audlenci
things. Mr. Andersot
the evident sympathy of .he audienc*
by laying aside whnlever personal ro*. i tt) <.„, ,ieVoted to the young people'!
nerve he may have fell and welcoming worj* rj0 ,,,,. forget the night, Thurs.
ur. Into tbo sacred proclnts of person-L^ April 17th. beginning al 8 p.m
allty    where    inspiration    Is    born. 	
Hounds or applause frequently repea- Ku
ted gave evidence of tlie enjoynn nl ■]
with which he wan followed through. \i,
out Uie evening. j i,IM
The 'cello solo und encore by Mr, J. the
K. Chorlton was In his best form awl bni
needless to say, was a musical treat wn
of really rare merit. As the chairman Kn
remarked In introducing Mr. Chorl- pa
ton, happy is tbe community which OH
has such an artist In Its midst, j fid
The annual meeUng or tiie Utiles'L,
Aid was held in the parsonage Tuob- L
day afternoon.   The annual reports of .
the secretary and treasurer showed il
io be the closing of a very successful j    .,
yoar In every way.   The credit side of.mo
tbe financial statement showed a in- „c,
tal of nearly a thousand dollars.     A. -,,...
now  bedioom  suite  and  easy  parlor ()|.
chair bad boon provided for tho par- AB
nonage;   linoleum purchased for Ind- :,j(|
room;    the    church kalisomtned and (>V(I
furnished with fresh curtains and dra-j))m
pory; various liberal grants had been
made lo the Official Hoard, taxes paid     /
und a nice balance is being carried S.,
Into the new conference year      The P.
retiring president, Mrs. II. A. McKow- of
an and h r faithful staff were ournest- ly
ly  congratulated   on  tho success ofA.
u le
tin
itiou of things,
tiny impresslo
tlie curlers ag
the
Three motions and ameudmenl
advanced on the subject, the flrsl
Aldermen Carlyle and Pink, to ! I ,:
I Arena to the Amateur Athletic Asboc-
Ulon subject to the usual condlti
nd the possibility of the two bodies
getting together on the matter;    an
intendment by Alderman Bronsdon to
let the place to the curlers; an I finally a middle course proposal   ad
ed by Aid. MacPherson thai the pos-
ihility be looked into of extending
building al  each side to give  a I lit-
il curling ice and that al a
meeting   In   two   weeks the council
meet three representatives each from
the curling club antl the araatt nr
■  association,   when   figures   will
ivatlable as to the cost   Aid
i\ Church
hu b tilers ami members of the
ston Band are highly eluted over
Ing boen awarded the banner for
province. A short time ago the
ner fi r the Kootenay Presbytt ry
n brought lo the "schoolroom of
ix Church. Now. out of 67 Mission
ids in the province, the "Marlon
■er" stands first tor general pro-
ancy. There has been a worthy
cession of devoted workers in in-1
ston Hand for several years, who
iw   now  thai   their   work   lias   nol
r Communion on  toaster Sunday
ling, tho  rendering of Stalner s
i ifixion" on  Ihe evening of Good
ty, April isth, will take the place
io ordinary preparatory service.
i other times, however, the S<*k-
ai  7.30 on  the Friday
nd to all detnlls con-
communion service.
Bronsdon withdrew
ii this proposal
thai the question bt
thai time,
lit for-' adjournal'
ported thai the tra
Instruments had bet
the musical Bocloty
1 hand.
SKSSION OF ( OI'KT
OF  REVISION  HELD
(IN MONDAY 1 \
Tho first Courl of Revts
Provincial Vott rs' Li tl f ir
k place on Mond«j of
tordlng to the act, .l:i-
'ornmenl found II in i ess
will nu
ng io i
d wilii
regular mooting of ihe W.M.
held   ihis  week   at   Mrs.   R.
L's, a report of Uu- meeting
nincinl Society, held recent-
•oiivi'r, will be fciven hy Mis.
cKin nam
recently.     The mayor replied that It regard  to arrears  duo under by-law
was done entirely over tbe heads of. No.   128.       Certain  sales of tax  sule
the police commisBlon who knew no- lots made by Hie council last year ure
thing at all of the matter.     The ma-j being put in order by the passing of
yor stated his Instructions to the po-|Ry-law No, 242.
lice had been to stop the selling of!    When lbe water question came up
liquor aud within   ten days or so they again, Aid. MacPherson proposed that
had raided a couple of hotels.     Aid- the city consider using the proceeds
erman   Bronsdon   Btrongty deprecat- remaining of ibe $35,000 water by-law
ed the methods employed by lhe go- for   the   Slatervllle replacement antl
veruinent in trying to gel convictions, j lbe Dennis Street extension.      A let-
I round layine   new   cinder llSHai\,,(\ the character or tbe men en- ter from  ibe inspector of municipal-
The co-operation of the pro- gnged in the work and also lbe extra-hies advised against this course, how-
BOttghl bi(ViiRani-e of Die KO*,ernment lu ongag- ever, and tbe mayor felt that the mo-
ing iwo lawyers to prosecute some of ney should be kept for work now ueo-
Die tiisea. and finished up a strongly (led ti
! worded  statement of his  position  by|seph'i
report ""P-  nffering for endorsntion hy the coun
SOth ol (.(l n nioti0*. placing the couneii on re
action 0Ord as prntestinR against nol being!ihey were ready to pay double rate
.allowed a cess to tbe amounts levied for Die water, and to take out a gen
jagainst the city for the enforcement I crous portion of Die debenture Issue
lie reported j of the ncti am] decrying undue ex- necessary. Tho precarious water si-
nspections made and better conditionsLe.lBa in comiucting the cases. This; luation this season was gone into by
lO-fl etng tound at some places in theL^ ndop'ed after some change had.Die aldermen, and some sharply con-
lisposal of garbage. The Belief been maae |n the wording of the reso- fllctlng views cume to light on the
ommtttee reported new uses belng|Iulion The mayor did not think the question of supplying out of town res-
ittended to and some lo.mer r-lief;reftolution would accomplish anything|idonts with water,
:e.ng discontinued. ;ullt Aid. Bronsdon. who had followed
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last month's   activities centreing
pood de;
wnlks.      The co-opi
vincial police is ab
disposing of offensive matter at the
nuisance ground, which h= now being
put into better conditio*..
Tire Chief Adams i" hi
nested a Clean-Up day ft
April, a Wednesday*, bm
wag taken. Three united for tlu* month.
As Sanitary Inspector
the
oiinerl (Sold Creek and St. Jo.
There were no residents from
,._I Slatervllle to take Die matter up with
e-ltho council, but it was assumed that
ere repo
Arising .mt of tbe dairy in.speii<.r'sisn,np of the cases recently before the
usual repori which showei A numb*
ei of tuberculin tests mado being ex-
■ work over former iUUi 5. in tht
motion of Aid. MwPhsrsoi anil
Aid Bronsdon, Dr, Rutledge wns vo
ted an additional $-S a mouth sal-
ary one tubercular cow was ordered destroyed this week.
For the survey work of ihe watershed area and the line from Gold
I court, fell that continued protest j Creek to St. Joseph's. Aid, Bronsdon
'Should bo made. Aid. Carlyle secon- reported three tenders with various
'.led  the motion. understandings as to what was to be
|    Alderman Flowers raised the ques-!do-    .■-,-■ r.   \   M...„■!...;- fm- *:.•■-
j Don  as   to  the   turning     tiff
promptly of the street lights.
attended to this entailed an unwarranted waste of current.    The super-
some-
lev
The water committee's report whichiInlend<mt explained that
M filed, brought up the matter of ,ime!. nK.eBsaTy to have them on when
igmenttng the present supply by maWog rppa)ri to some of the lights,
pplng Gold Creek for additional wn-l whU.h may h(1V(, l)W.n why they Were
which was discussed Inter. noticed on by Aid. Flowers.   The fire
i Carlyle In giving a report | department i,as been made responsl
more per mile, or $12.50 per day and somr
If not expenses to be borne by the city: $221
per mile from DeWolf & Ham. on a
verbal offer made to the city superintendent; and SliiO per mile from J. fi
also made
ble for turning the  lichts
from tho sower committee
a   recommendation   that   a   petition|eyentag nml the police will
from four property holders near l>n-j(irp ti]niC(, ()ff ,n tna mornlng
on  in the
they
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STUDIO] BAKER ST^ CRANBROOK
Phone 295 P.O. I3ox   762
nis Street, in the vicinity of H.
While's, be granted connection wiih
the sewerage system. This gave rise
o one of the long dlocusslons of tbe
vening.     The petitioners offered to
stand   the  entire  expense themselves,
bul tho onglneer reporting that the
system was carrying its maximum
almost al present; ami tlml other connections from Inside the city limits
wore pending, most of tho council ng*j
reed it would be unwise to grant Dip!
request, and the motion embodying
it was accordingly lost. j
The light and power report which
was adopted showed ii consumption
hist month of W.tM k.w.h. Alderman Hronstlon will look further Into
As chairman of the water committee Aid. Bronsdon was instructed to
look further into n complaint made
by T. B. Austin Dint a charge made
against Mm of 25c per month per
head of stock In addition to one nnd
I a hair ordinary rate for a house connection, was prohibitive, when he for-
Imerly had alt the water he needed
from st   Joseph's creek,
Aid. MacPherson moved, seconded
by Aid. Bronsdon. that thuuks be tendered to former city clerV T M, Roberts for assistance rendered in arriving at the lux rate this year.    An
eehfl of the elections was heard when
Aid. Bronsdon recalled that some Aldermen had promised n reduction of
Cummlngs. Alderman Bronsdon moved the acceptance of DeWolf &
Ham's offer for the work of locating
a line between the two creeks. It
I was pointed out thnt the city would be
getting the advantage of the knowledge of former engineer W. H. Hassle
of the country traversed. It is ex-
pocted the surveyors will commence
their work on Monday next. H is obvious thai unless there Is much rain
tbis spring and summer a s rious water shortage will arise, which the aldermen are anxious to forestall if possible by tapping the auxiliary supply
■Aid, MacPherson that s'nee only four
of thai ticket hud been elected only
a complaint as lo lack of street lights
on Harold Street. The super I ntonaent | »*«. ■n»'"'_**-nd "'^\™*v"'™'..'!":
read nn enquiry received from a Cal
gary concern as to Die light plant offered for sale, nnd wns Instructed to
reply tbat the plant Is for sale only
on bloc and Inviting an offer.
At tho suggestion of Aid. Ttrons-
don. the police commission was Instructed lo have the pound by-lnw enforced from the first of May for four
months or longer if necessary, the
public lo be given due notice of this
Intention.
Aid. Brondson precipitated a keen
discussion when lie enquired of the
in Hold Creek.
Various notices of motion to Intro
dace by-laws at Ihe next meeting of
the couneii were made, as follows
Aid Bronsdon -To raise 19.000 for
replacements to Slatervllle   vstem.
By Aid. Bronsdon To obialn Ban
-tion to dispose of Arena rink.
By   Aid    FUlk      To  raise $25,0o*i  I
necessary   for   bringing v*.nter from
Bold Creek,
By Ail Flowers—For sanction to
sell city power plant to highest bid
dor.
Wri.e Borden 1
coiivt r. for 2 Bnhj   B»
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AGENTS FOR
On a motion offered by .Aid. Mrons-
n four mill redm-thm could be mode ,■„,, it W.IS aKrPl.,i to Increase the sal-
caused  Mime nmusement. artei of the first and second drivers
Arising out of the auditor's report, 1 on the fire hriuade from |13S and $118
the council wont on record as being1 per month to $135 and $186 respect-
uliable to continue being responsible:iveiy. The arrangement In regard to
for taxes on a piece of property 00* the chief's salary wns changed to give
cunled by n resident in receipt of city him $150 per month. Including the du-
rellnf for Die future. Aid. Flowers ties of the sanitary Inspector.
enquired ns to the status of local im- Aid. Bronsdon raised another warm
provement taxes levied under By-law discussion when he proposed to rent
No. 128. for cement walks on Nor- the Arena rink to the Amateur Ath-
bruy. Louts and Armstrong which are Jotfc Association for the summer
muyor If tho city bad received any! pointed out by tbe auditors, and which 1 months, subject to sale This did
complaint ns to the |udty Of the elty were allowed to get Into arrears. The nol find much fnvnr, Mr. O. T. Moir
police In regard to the liquor act from debentures were ultimately retirod made ti strong plea for Die
the aDorney-giMieral's department, or out of the general sinking fund. A Association staling thnt It
Whcthor It wns with the knowledge of motion by Aldermen MnnPherson nnd peclally for tl
tho police commission thnt the liquor llronsdon **« pa«wod to secure leg   Die rink      Hfl
Nash (Si Star Cars
(S£ Trucks
Exide Battery Service
PHONE 42
mmsssstse wsemse ..-_—-."■-
TRAPPERS
1 am now paying from One
Cents to Two Dollars and Twenty-flvi  I
lots of fresh caughi Muskrats i le	
also, the highest market prices tor othi.
J. H. MUNRO - - Revelstoke, B.C.
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ANNOUNCEMENT jj
JOE UYEMATSU, formerly proprii      of the iry   f
t'afe, has taken over the managi mi nl el I    ■ U V.N   *J
0AF£, on Van Horni Street, oppo ll   thi C.P.I
Mr. Uyematsu has spar
renovating his new premises from top to b ii in-   f
slile and out    - the place Is spotlesslj i lean. f.
The view from these rooms is beautiful
Joe's reputation as a restaurant man is well knov
the people of Cranbrook nnd vicinity.    You can dep \.
him for a first elas^ meal. f
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If so, then ii will be to your advantage to Bee us aboul thai   i
repair or overhaul job.
Vie ciin Weld jinir llnikrn Cnrtlngi or I i\ Jour Old Bntterj
Vulcanize jnur Tires ,or repair jronr ( ar,
AM) 110 IT ItMIIIT. . 1
Athletle
wns ee-
wlnlor they  ilrslrml
old (tint many nf Ihr
Batteries, Accessories, Oils, Tires, Tubes ,Gas j
Anything you want      Give us a trial.
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TIIE   CRANBROOK   UK RAID
Friday. April 1 Uh, 1921
tilJS
mciiwdlst Church
KEY. ii. t'. f it i; km an,
Pastoi
SIMIAV. APItll, 13
Palm Sunday
11 a.m.   "Jesus Entering Jerusalem."      Junior Choir
12.15 Sunday Si I
Led bj tli
lid Adult Bible Class.
r.    Free Discussion Welconiod
7.30 p.m. "Pay The Price I'm-Tlie Meal"    Senior Choir
KS   VYAItMI.Y   WELCOMED VISITORS  AMI  STRANGE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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fm, ■-  * ■-••' tf'
Urs. Green ,t MacKinnon"
Pliyslclnns Bad Surgeons
Ofllce at  residence,
Avenue
OFFICE nouns
Afternoons     2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.30   0     'i
Sundays  8.00 io 4.00
ORANBROOK, B.O.
DR. F. H. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOURS
8 lo 11 a.m.      1 (o 5 pm.
Hanson Blk, CRANDllOOK, B.C.
F. M.
M A C P II E
Undertake!
Phoi' s     '■
as
ON
Norburj Are, next to
CHy
Hall
Baptist Chtirri)
PASTOR  W. T, TAPSCOTT
SI MIAV. APRIL tl
Mr,   ll.  L.   PORTER will
Conduct    Both
Services
11 a.m.     Morning Service.
12 noon. — Sunday School.
Clnsi'.es For All Ages
7.!!0  p.m.      Evening Service.
till    AIM:   I'Oh'DIAI.I.V
INVITED.
ormntli
loir, ll
lie lien
V.li'l.    .1
idio .1 i
I    ViCl
ill   ,lt'
new school ilistrlcl al;
of ... hii ii was matte In
Me. anil Mra. A. (.'. Blaine lett on
uiiilay for n sliort visit to Spokane.
Col    C.   Ihingert'oril   Pollen   left   on
!Sunday for Vicloria wliere lit; expects
.' for a short time.
Ih,
ill..
A Sundny
,i Kitchener
'ng  tor     Tralnloads of rock front tho Frank
a hand I slide arc being hitnlcd for protection
irellml-|0[ the C.P.R. trucks uloiip, the Elk vl-
■ ;i! Fernie.   Sonic apprehension Ih
fell  concerning the high  water tills
spring, -Creston Review.
nl
LODGES AlfD 80CD.TH.8
WOMFN'N
\ , V?.*    ;■ r
INSTITUTE
Mtets   In   the
k. of r. nan
afternoon ol the
flrHt Tuesday at
S p.m.
fVlilK and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE  III
-.«
'  Jn£?'/'~*ri
All latll.e .ire
r.ordlully Invited
President!   Mrs.   \Y.   IV.   Wolfer
SecTrcaurert    .Mrs.    Finlayson
I. 0. O. t.
KEY CITS LODGE, No, «
Moots every
^ .        ,] night at
JThe Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Follows are cordially Invited.
N. Q.      -      -    R. W. Leonard
K«c. Sec.   E. Q. Dingloy, P.O.
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Grocery
<■«>(>!> .HEALS       ::
::   TEA  OR COFFEE
FRESH BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
Ufl BUSINESS COLLEGE
h E A It N   T 0   E A !: N
Individual Tuition
Commonco Any Time
Day ami Night Classes
Complete, Practlc.il Commercial
Course In Shorthand, Typevrlt-
lng,     Bookkeeping,     Spelling,
Commercial   Engliah,   Ci turner*
clal   Law,  Penmanship,  liapid
Calculation, Filing and Qeneral
Oth>« Procedure.
For Particulars:
Apply I'.O. Box 14, Xelson, B.C.
Established IMS Pbnnt IM
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEES III ll in: It
AND   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet fforfc   I'M nre Framing
Estimates given  on
all claa-its of work
Office:   Corner  Norbury   Arrnne
nnd   Bdffordl Street
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment lent to ue to bv
Cleaned or Dyed lit given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledsa of the buelneee
is your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will ci.ll,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE  157
L. D. Cafe
(Little Duvenport)
\\ nun you wish something good
lo «at go to tho "L.D."
Ol'lt     FHICEB    ABE    BIGHT
CLEANING —
— REPAIRING
Sainsbury & Ryan
%
Von Will Mako No Mistake
in Ordering Hint
NEW SI'I! I Ml SUIT
OU OVEIICOAT
— Prom —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C." P. R, Depot
Phone nn    m    Plione tin
Mr. Cumin, who is
e from 'Pin omn, Washington, In
trge ;ii pre. ■ nt. The schoolhoi.se
-. filled with chlldn it on Bun-day,
I there were u iiumher of parents
ulso. This la the Oral Sunda)
■ i; ,- .■: suirlod in Kitchener and
the town te ecrtuinly Indebted to Mr.
nan for uadertah ns the Rood
will bo nn
tin- singing,
ilon Review,
wm- ;
Before loi ■•  Llu ■
i which will help oui
.■il i
NeV
I„ W. Humphrey, M.P., fo
old policy of an an:
postmaster tu cover
employees being en*
mid the budget provi
ihi* nf Commons the
i will he abandoned,
co workers "ill be ei
tged by Mra
lion pass Hi
present sys
.m! the posl
gaged by th
oudltit
and unless then
litis spring, tin
most bound to hi
ion of fires In tht
■f have been souu
Mrs. F. \V. (-.recti ami Mrs. Staples
f Cranbrooit, were here on Thursday
ial  looking over tho rormor'a Bummer residence with a view to further
mprovements.*—Kaslo Kootenalan,
Mr. tl. F, Helmslng left on Satur-
lay for n two weeks Irip to Victoria
■ii departmental business. The trip,
o Air. llt'hiislttg, who wns boi'll uml
irought up near salt water, means 11
low lease of life, He will drink long
mil deep of the sea breezes while
away.
Mr, NIchol Thompson, of the firm
of Cttuimoll, Laird & Co., Vancouver,
wan in the city ou Saturday. He Is
paying a visit to tbe Consolidated
plant tit KHmberley. Though not an
old man, yet still not young, his vim
is Inspiring and the envy of men many
years younger than he.
The oil tanks for the new Kerrigan
Oil Company have arrived and are
now in place at the site obtained by
thai company adjacent to the power
house. The spur track has been put
in condition and everything is in
readiness. Word is being awaited from
tlio railway company giving formal
consent to the use of tbe tracks.
Vii
bt
ig th
few  miles
hers hi
orlh   oi   was
been   reported
t-k and Rampart. The
;  on  the lower  level
will I'lin with n fire alari
s therefore every need f-
pt
on  mi
nut iii ile
ivoods.
wtill It
ctgare
natch
Never in tho hi
Nest,  division   wen
was tlie citse rece
those who g
i those who g
fell to see thn
cigar stub o
away is entire
,tory of tbe Crows
things sn busy as
illy at the western
terminus
vie
of   tl
Koot en:
prospective
shed big sit]
st. whilst ti
Landing,     In
re   coal   strike
ihe C.P.R
to points west, whilst the :
Trail laid in enormous si
to avoid any occasion I'or
in addition to theso the
work trains hauling rot
;it tbe rate of 70 carloat
the till that is being mad.
trestle at Kootenay Landing,
xpocted that these work tra
IllltllOWIl.
ire three
nd earth
day for
tbe long
Tt is
will
n Is showing some gootl
photos taken at Kiiulierley with
new panoramic camera be has just
received. One picture, three feet long
by *.jx inches wide, shows in a sweep
the entire concentrator building, Oth'
er views have ulso been taken showing the new townsite ami other scenes
These pictures naturally have a scope
beyond ordinary phot ographs and
there should be a considerable demand for them. A little later Mr
Vitnltraam will ho showing some scenic effects in the panoramic pictures
Arrangements under wliich the interior lumber industry of British Columbia will secure Its workers from
tbe prairies have been made by J. D.
Mc.Mveii, deputy minister of labor.
who returned this week to the coast
after a conference with the interior
lumbermen at Calgary. While in Cnl-
gary Mr. McNiven Investigated the
present strike in the coal mines in
Southeastern British Columbia and
Alberta. "So far as I could find out
there is absolutely no chance of
early settlement." he said today, "it
would bo absolutely useless for tlie
labor department to attempt to inter
lere at this stage."
be busy until nt least
from Creston slates.
1st,
Erlckson depot promises tn 1
riotts contender for the prize offered
wor(]]anuualIy by the C.P.R. for the besl
kept station grounds on the Crow':
iNesi division. Agent T. W. Bundy hai
Miss Dahlia Schagel, of the Crow's !•»• beo» supplied with two carloads
Nest Trading Company staff, has re- of heavy black loam from Kitchener
signed her position and will go to j n*> *"<-*'• as a car load of fertilizer, and
Banff, where she has secured a posl-jw1*- commence gardening this week
tion Miss Dahlia is one of Feraie's There is an abundant supply of water
most popular young ladies ami ber do- for the stretch of ground almost 225
parlure will he deeply regretted, Last f1'*-'1 *°»S that hns heen set apart for
winter, while visiting Banff with thegarden. If the location fs suitable,
local hockey team, she was elected omongsl tho features of the garden
carnival queen In that town—Fertile will bo a sun dial at the extreme wes-
Free Press. terly limit of the plot.    Mr.  Bund)
— | has  had  considerable  experience  at
In the Saturday Evening Post of flor.cu.turo iu the past, his station
April 5. there are two pictures by garden at Wardn r some years ago
our local photographer, Fred Spa!- taking high honors three years In stic-
dlng.   They arc "A storm Breaking] cession, and under less favorable eon
over the Three Sisters at Caumore."
and "The Long. Long Trail u-Wiml-
Ing, an Alberta Sunset." Both of them
are very striking pictures. In one of
iiu* February issues of that paper there
was another ot Fred's pictures, "Cascade Mountain at Banff," and shortly
there will he another one of his pic-
lures appear. This is of five mountain
sheep which he photographed whilst
Ban ff-WIn derm ere
The  Post   has the
ii the world today
BUILDERS AMI
coYii.vr.oi.s
Kstimates Given  and   Work
Guaranteed
Telephones 888 and 29:1
CRANBROOK      -      B.C.
!1..'I_:'„ ■—     " ,    ->--_ -'
SHOE REPAIRING
SEE
BOTE KUZMENK0
CBANBROOK STREET
Next to Mmfalt's
Our
Climate
Gives
Quality^
1   JWpoMTEB.
e.ientiue standpoint
tell you why the
e produces superior
only   know   that   it
Montana Restaurant
Mi-uN at  AU  Hours
Theirs,  ('.gsrc'i--    and  Cantllen
Crnnbrook  HI, Those 101
Opp. Bank of Commerns
From   the  *
we   can   not
Coast cliinat
milk.     We
does.
Pacific Milk makes richer and
finer cakes, gives tea, coffee and
cereals a nicer flavor because of
the natural goodness of the milk
produced by the splendid herds
Which dwell lu onr nature- favored country.
Pacific MlilTCo., Ltd.
fiend Oilier, Vancouver, H.C.
1 tn torku at Abbotiford and l.adncr
driving nver ibe
road last summer,
largest circulation
ami   has tbe pick i
photographi rs of
lineilt    to   cbnoose
have selected four
publication ami nt
one issue is BOI
should be proud o'
grapher hits had
Pernie Free Press.
■t lhe work nl' lb.
he American con.
SHILOH STOPS
THAT COUGH
Your grand-parents uge(| jt, yaf,,,
sure and efficient. Small dose
means economy antl does notupaet
the stomach. Get Shiioh, nl all
dealers 30c, COc and $1.20
Brow This Fine
Spring Tonic Yourself
Brew a cup of this gentle and effective
remedy and take it ai bedtime three
times a week for three weeks.
Celery King
It will purify the blood, make you feel
vigorous ami healthy at a cost of only
a f"W cents, (iive it to Ihu children,
too. I'iVeryone needs a spring Ionic—
80c and GOc, at druggist*. a
tli tlons.
li is possible that actual conetruc-
lio:; of about thirty miles or railroad
from the C.P.R, main Hue at Beaver-
mouth northward down the Columhin
river to Surprise Rapids where the
dam and power house will be located
may be commenced at an early date,
and that the electrification of the C.P.
R. main line from Revelstoke or Glacier to Lake Louise or Calgary may
hi' an accomplished fact within the
nexl iwo or three yearn. When the
renin!ndor of B.C division is under the
Bnmo syslem of operation, we may see
't lectrlc engines run from Vaneou
ver 10 Kamloops, Kamloops to Golden
and from Golden in Calgary. -Golden
Slar.
Boon after business hours on Tues
lay evonlng- just at twilight In fact—
an individual wns surprised in (he
nt of forcing nu entrnnco Into the
premises of the I.itptor Control Bonrd,
when lie speedily decamped Me evl-
denily had no permit nnd intended
serving himself a la cafeteria. The
pnvtM-nment vendor snw the saw used
tn saw a way in, hut the customer had
nol actually gained admittance. Mr
Greene, tlie government vendor, notified Mr. Green, tho provincial constable who promptly arrested Mr.
Smith of Aberdeen In a nearby Chinese reslnunint. The accused appeared before tbe magistrate on Wednesday and wns remanded until the
following day when he was rommlt
ted for trial. Everyone satisfied hut
Mr. Smith.—Golden Star.
Kumowi l.n**) Words 1—"Watch me
pass him at tht ntxt
;VfS
>v^«2*
For Mothers—"FRY'S"
For true nourishment In delicious form FRY'S COCOA is supreme.    Make
it this way and you will find it most appetising and digestible. To 3 good
teaspoonfuls of FRY'S COCOA add three spoonfuls of sugar, mix well. Then
add one half cup of boiling water and mix thoroughly. Add two cups of
boiling water and boil very slowly for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Then
add milk or cream to taste.     This will give you Cocoa at its best.
REMEMBER, NOTHING WILL DO BUT FRY'S
166
MOKE KXQniMKS FKOM
TOURISTS THIS YEAR
THAS LAST TO DATE
(J. P.
Spalding in the Fernie Free;
Press)
That this year will break all previous records by a long way there iH
little doubt. All the railroad companies ure spending large sums in display advertising and mailing preparations for an increase of at least 50
per cent over last year.
Whilst at the coast recently I was
fn to see several of the bureaux and
auto clubs and they all stated that the
indications were for a large Increase.
There were several parties of California motorists in Vancouver and I
saw two large California cars, each
with a trailer, arrive there, and on the
street there many other cars with
Oregon and Washington licenses.
There have been considerably more
enquiries through my office this year
date than 1 have had in previous
years before the end of May. Applt-
atlons are coming in every day for
large supplies of maps and literature
from bureaux all over the continent,
which ls much earlier than they usually do, and indicates that our advertising of previous years is having the
desired effect of Interesting motorists
tn the possibilities ami pleasures of
driving up Into this part of Canada.
The road around Crow's Nest Lake
is the only part of the through road
not yet open, and it ls expected that
it will be cleared out lu the next few
days. As soon as it ts we are going
to have tourists bowling through in a
steadily increasing stream.
On Wednesday a large Buick come
in from I.os Angeles. It was occupied
by two ladles and several children,
und they told me that with the exception of the tec miles directly west of
Ferule, they had found wonderful
roads ell the way. This ten miles they
classed as the worst they had driven
over since they left Los Angeles. It
is lo be hoped that no more tourists
wil hnve that to say about our roasl
this year.
GOV'T. PLANS UOWM1.
COST OF PROPOSED NEW
ORAM) FORKS SCHOOL
An estimate of fCO.000 for construe
tlon of a six room high school for
Grand Forks, JuBt received by the
school board there from the govern
ment architect, and which was basin!
on plans submitted by the provincial
department, occasioned dismay 11111
ong members of the board who had
heen contemplating a suitable build
lug at an outside cost of about $30,000
or half the government estimate.
The government plans will be nbon
donetl and plans of other similar
schools, known to have cost around
$30,000, will be gone Into fully. Mem
hers of the board were Inclined to see
something sinister in the figures sub.
mitted. A letter from the superintendent of education, S. J. Willis, was
not overly encouraging In assuring
any financial assistance from the government.
ro BUILD FORESTRY
OBSERVATORY STATION
ON SWANSEA PEAK
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere. B.G., April ">. - The
Provincial Forestry department,
through their district forester, Mr.
Norman Moore, have made public that
tbe proposed lire outlook station on
Mount Swansea, at the back of thr'
village of lnvermere will at one:' be
gone on with. Tenders are beitic called for a full bill of material for the
construction of the required building,
and when this is delivered ibe work
wil) at once he commenced of taking
the material on pack horses to the
highest part of the peak. Borne 5000
feet above sea level. Tbe building
will be of the regulation type and will
be surmounted by a high lookoul platform. Au experienced observer, supplied with a full equipment of Ore de.
toctora will lie opt constant duly from
the first of May to tlio first of October, perched in his eyrie. The character of the mountain, which oudfl In
one isolated pinnacle :s tn 1 thai a
wonderful range of wooded mountain
and deep valley will be afforded, ti id
a possible range of over one hundred
miles b.ing under observation. From
his station on the mountain top. the
observer will have direct telephonic
communication with the divisional
office at Cranbrook.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt,
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
HltS, A. CItAWFOttD,  Matrwa.
Garden Avooue      -  Phone 259
w/.w.wA'Awvyywww
Lee Ging
Tailoring,   Dry   Cleaning,
Pressing, Repairing   .
Wo also clean White Furs and
Cloves of all kinds.   High Class
Work at lowest prices.
£ 14 Armstrong Ave. ('ran-
?    brook.    P. O. Box ills
.vJv,■.w^^^^v^^■^i^^,
Winnipeg.—it is announced by the
United Grain Growers, thai n grain
elevator, with a capacity of a million
and a half bushels, to cost between
one and a half and iwo million dol-
tars, will he built at Vancouver for
the Association. Construction wltl
he commenced tills yenr it is expected, but It is unlikely to bo finished
In time to handle the 102*1 crop.
WHY OPERATE ?
Tor APPENDICITIS, GAM,
STONES, stomach and liver
troubles, when HEPATOI.A
iloos, tlie work without pain
and no risk ot your life, nor
loss ol lime. CONTAINS
NO POISON
Not Sold By Druggists
MKS. GEO. S. ALDUS
Solo Manufacturer
•Jlltl Fntirlh Ave. 8-   Phone is.",.-.
SASKATOON
Trice (&50 .Parcel iiast
2.', cents extra
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
lull Line of  (Villi rape.
in Stoek.
Store. Hanson Avenue
Plume Jno st 'til hour.
I'lMMIItOOK      ■      ■     ■     H.C.
Lift Off-No Pain!
Halt .1 life's unhappy ealhgti
tnH tw anIM s, set I***»■*■
Doesn't hurt one tut! Drop a llltle
'Freezone" on an aching corn, Instantly that enrn clops hurting, then
shortly you lift It oil with fingers.
Vour druggist sells a tiny bottle nf
Preeiono" for a few cents, BUdlctenl
to remove every hard corn, soft corn.
or corn between tho toes, nnd tho foot
calluses, without soreness or Irrlta-
rilAMlllooi  TUAIN TIMES
Mi 11T liAll.V  -To Nelson. Vancouver,
Bpoknno ele. Arrive  111.10 p.m. leave,
I a.20 p.m
NO. 118 DAILY- To Portia, Lathlirloga,
Medicine lint, I'.ilgUry, etc. Arrive
4.10 p.m.; leuvo 4 20 p.m.
Crnnlirnok, Wycliffe,  Klinherlej  Servient
No. 848—Leave 7.05 a.m. No. SL>4--Ar-
rlve 2.10 p.m.
Crunlirook, I.nae Windermere end
Golden Service
Monday and Thursday, each  vp.'*
—NO. S2I, leave 9 a.m.     Wedti* ay
aud Snlurday—NO. 822 arrive S.30 p.m
Por further particulars apply to any
'ticket agent
J. H. PROCTOR,
GMrlct 1 Friday, April 11 Hi. 11)21
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE SEVEN
$4 P
After Every Meal
Il'S tiie longest-Iastta'*
confection you can buy
-and It's a lieln to digestion and a cleanser
for the niouili
and teeth.
Wrlglcy's means
benefit ns ivcli ns
leasurca
WINDERMERE
1   DISTRICT NOTES
',|'l"l' M iii H»l'i»M"l*l"l i'l l"l"ll"l:
Mr. Gilbert H. Cartwtleht,
lor, wns away tins week on
admittedly Brunt iuinoitnnci
affntrs in goueral.
Ladies,
Attention
C, JOE linos, IdulleB' Tailors
are prepared to make that new
SPRING SUIT for you    in    the
very Latest Styles.
tiYMIenicii's Stilts
Made To Order
| The Very Latest Stylos
a :   Clcnuing * Pressing   :
1 C. JOE BROS.
1 CRANBROOK STREET
I     Opposite   Dank   of  Commerce
!   I'.O. lies .'1(11
" 5!
lurjuiii]iiiiiiuiii:'u'>i:ifiiiii!i.iii[]iiiiiiMii!iaiuuiiuiiii]iuiiiiitiiir
Old Countrj
ast Friday.
rs. Harry II.
spent the wli
returned lo
da;
Jack Edgell or the stnf
Ian Hank of Commerce,
; spending his three weel
Ith his brothers, on thel!
a' holi.
ranch.
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j HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH
3  IS THE PLACE TO EAT.
■;   White Holp Only Is Employed.
Ton will find (his Cnfo a Homey
'.'      Place io Enjoy Ynur Meals
alex. nnu:v -   Prop,
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♦********>** ****** *** *****
Mr. R. Gladwyn Newton, Superintendent of the Dominion Government
Experimental Station horo, hits boon
affording the children of the district
treats through a Berles of illustrated
lectures on popular subjects. The last
was on the lumbering Industry,
| Commodious, expensive and extensive improvements have beon made by
the proprietors of the Fairmont Hot
Springs lo their property in order to
give greater pleasure and to cope with
the increased rush of this year's tourists. Another line of bath houses lias
been put up together with an artistic
I tea .room and rest house, these at the
springs, wiiiie a large store has been
erected at the site of the earlier one
i on tlie main traffic road.
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•"VMS full Fired model of tine of the latest type
1   whs a feature of the dinner decorations In the
■ C.P.H. locomotives
i Chateau Frontenac
ballroom recently, tin the occasion of the Quebec conference of Canadian Pacific Railway officers, It was built of wood nt the Angus
Shops, Montreal, and equipped with bell, whistle and electric lights,
Not a bolt or a har was lacking to complete the Illusion which was
that of n perfect engine coming through the wall of the room. The
portrait in the headlight is that of lu. W, Beatty, President of the
Railway, *
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I           CHIPS
'1 he it... ■ i'. ■    .   .      i will 1
his coming Suudaj     .
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on   t     s lini    itot 1
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I     WASA NOTES     S
T
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Peter Jensen, ranche
Crooh district wns a
Stewart's on Wolf t're.
of last week.
r ot the Ta-Ta
■niter at Millie
k. on Tuesday
Mr. Prank Moore, i
the log haul, has real,
io ko to the prairies
months
Kay. rancher.
Mr, Knight, who has a contract for
hauling with the L*ask * Boyter mill
is making good progress.
j The roads north and south are now
in Rood eonditinn   for   auloinoblltng,
but from all account* truffle over thojing is |,ei„8 done hy motor
BanfMVfndermere road will not open
i until the 16th of June. There are still
great quantities of snow on the higher
levels nnd fresh falls continue at intervals.
Is mini Tliey All Say Aim
FRAME'S
BREAD     PIES — CAKE |
nml rASIKV I
PHONE 87 |
f
AND   WL:   WIU,   CALL *
* *
I The Home Bakery I
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There is an utter absence of snow
throughout the Windermere district
and the warm weather is having its
effect on  tho mnin  lakes  which  are
now elenr of iee.
Conrad Kaiu. the trapper and alpine specialist, has returned from a
month's trapping sojourn in the Banff
National nark
DISTRICT FORESTER GIVES LECTURE TO HHU'll
AT WINDERMERE
(Special to The Herald)
' lnvermere. ac, April 5 Mr. Norman Moore, district forester, of Cran-
bi Qok, . tivfl an excellent lecture here
tir- week under tbe auspices of the
li - Forum The title of ihis mas-
'Mountain of Cold."' The
iter, however, is tar from
one dealing with material wealth, bul
rather of the characti rlstica which
Individuals should cultivate and develop iu order to leave n marh behind
them either among their neighbors or
thu world at large Mr. Moore drew
the It "ii- for his subject from iiiiiny
toi ■ ii characters covering a wide
r 1 irc ol time
\  Bpecial effort  la being  pul  for
1 have Mr Moore oitht r repeal
le hire or give one of hie other
I .ti nn 11' pli uh \ ' leh
to be held hore on Saturday, tho
"i')i of Mny
A reform wave is evidently sweeping the country at this setwou; as
one would glean from the reports go*
ing tlie rounds, particularly with re-
Igard to the Illicit handling and lel-
! line ot liquor: due in a greut measure
to (rresponslbles, who perchance arc
I endowed with a craving for the fiery
I fluid. However, under the prevailing
system of government control there is
no logical excuse for the patronage of
bootlegging as carried on by some
who have become sn hardened as to
consider the practice as n part in
their make-up, A little uonesl labor
would. Ill some eases, set v-> well to
imili:;" the burdens now borne by
the majority who are tho vlct'ms.
Mr. William Stewart is making good j
Mr.
who has been spendill
the <uasi. returned lu
last.    Mr. Kay statet
some time in the Coo
The haul-1 Oregon as well as vii
nick. Tacoma and Portlam
I is Inclined to Think
momently at the coast
been on
,1 expects
1 summer
llteep Creole,
ie winter ou
on Saturday
tit he Bpent
;>■ district of
12-1   Na
id  her
cd  for
ur pint
al  Sei
lie
i|iiile
Up.
wgri
•able to hie pi
Ilori
1 trip
Wolf Creek
: on will r
and ties ft
irt Jeffrey
nsk & Boy
1 his   son.
spectlon to
plant on Tuesday
■ information thai
with a few men in
getting out piling,
•stiine the sawing of
1* Hii' Benson's cut.
has
started   work
top loader.
ubj
Vancouver,      Scotch
iti rests  are  sending
,'n
ed herr:ng
exhibit   of
y.%\\\'mV»i\,e\u*v-\w*\'«\,*vs,
pi ogrt ss
the Un
the abBvi
the roadi
pxtr
truck-hauling logs    for
I   Lumber  Co. although
If rain thus far lias made
ly dusty.
Rritisli Columbia rurod herring to the ever tho lake at ihis
.       1 Horie was a business caller
at the Wolf creek plant of the Kootenay River Lumber Company ou Moots! week,
John McKinley, bla ksmlth has
Joined lho ranks ot the Leask & Boyter crew on the upper Wolf Creek.
Mrs. John Crowe, of Wasa. wits n
visitor al the Doyh ranch, where she
Joined her husband for a trip to Mr.
Pole Jnffray'a ranch place near Rock
! il,''. Mr Crowe Is driving truck-
team for the Lovering Lumber Co.,
01, w.ilf Creek.
Mr Frank Moore made a trip of Inspection to the confines tributary to
Rock Lake over tho week-end and reports thai considerable Ice remain-
on of the
U I I II
Victoria
Cafe
I'l.USAYI' SUItltODSDIJiGS
SERVICE  UNSURPASSED
HOME  COOKED   FOOD
AFTER THEATRE till  DANCE
PARTIES  CATERED  TO
Brltlali Empire Exhibition. Thoro is
:i demand for Canadian Pacific lier-
rlttfi now belli*, crontod no tlie Allan-
tic consl ot tl"1 United Statu. Russia
Is also asking ror tlio commodity. In
tin1 neighborhood of forty thotifltuid
tons wilt in. tlieir soason'a pack nr
Scotch ;wni suit cured herring.
FORT STEELE
NC7ES
A\w.w.,.v.v,'.wmiiV/.vi
Florence, the two year old daughter
of Mr. It. Richardson fell from a choir
last week and broke her arm- She
was rushod to Uie doctor and is doing
as well as can be expected,
Mrs.  and   Miss  Winli   have  left   for
Kimberley win-re thoy   are   making
their homt for the summer.
Mr -\. Moore waa visiting with his
family for a few day:-; last week.
Mr. and Mra. E, Howard gavo a farewell party to Mr. A. Howard on Thur
sday evening and a v< ry enjoyable
time was spent, Among those present
were Mr. and Mis A, Blumen iuer,
Mr, and Mrs. 11, Ke *shaw, Mr, and
Mrs T. Fulton, Mrs McDonald, Mrs
1 'mint'v. Mrs. Wi rde;:. Mrs, Moore
tbe Mioses Cummlnga Dawson, Fulton, Warden and Mi bstb. NIchol. J
I'tilton. Malcolm Mcintosh, and H
Cnamtngs.
Mr
! VVald
Mr  w Maee Crowa has reslpnedlrond.
h'H position ai ihe l-fitisk & Boyter
plant  and  has takon »  pos'tion  with
Itillic Slewart on lower Wolf Creek.
Tom Fulton lias , ■ nl t. team to
t to   work   on the   government
iv Ing
■ in ni1
1 c   •*
as  ap-
have
li irge
if th
enter*
tnd ri
freshm
inf
of   thi
Club
duri 1
ill 1
.1 11
present
«on   .1
Jo
ison,  \.  Stewarl   ti   I   F.Ki
was also decided to continue r rv-
luiiclt every evening bul noi *■
■ 0 much troul '   and cj in tl
tion of a tennis
led somewhere
nth us fast s wer
lasi Sunday am
were found. T\
nary to make
Notice to Creditors
of First Meeting
|*his Notice is pursuant to Sei   11
ami Sec l-
.'in: lUNkiui'in   \n
.    tl c , tato '■: Cbai    - I1!       ■'    ■
■ ... a ith irln d at  Igc tank-
: up . ol Cranbrook, in thi  Provi        I
Urii .-a 1 olumblo,
:.■ 1       ■ hereby glvt ti thai
Plrie Ma Donald,of Cranbr
■-■ of British Columbia  ^'      r,
.. the twenty-ninth   ay ol   '
nak • an authortzi I a - ■■■
I is property for the b
1 -1 tllti r;.    aad    that  H
tl, Oillcial Rec« :■■- c
to be Custodian ot
lho  lebti ; ui  :' th
first meetlni
IIM KRSI0> .V.M1 I    .
thai        . :
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Water Notice
DIYERSIO AMI CSE
vrill i;
10 Willi
' ■'.'.'. ;
rmonl
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■
al    I Cold Spring
ill   IN
llll
Imiliti'dlj- lu
that pin
M
•   l>  Brown, \
•ho
is
an old-timer
1
I
nmberton. left foi
V
in iuvi ■•■-..■
)
he
1* Coast points
on
w«
dnesday.
Lumb rton
0
.'r
■ under tin   1
n had his 1 bi
r..
hhwevei
'■R of creditors in the abo*
■viil he held at my ■ '■'■   -
. Cianbrook. B.C.. on the !11
f April. 1924, ;■* the I   ur of 2.;     ;;;;
i- cfteruoon.
eutltl   you *■■ v itb theri   t
ir claim must be l(   -
1 the meeting is he'd.
Xii - to he used       the 1
he lodged ■* tl  me 1 ri - *
; further *;:!*:<  notice that if y,
said ho Jusl loane ' !* tt m ■ < t the
young men and the '. Ift r law fil to
leave It In i:'1. Din   nl) hi      The
car fs r.ot fnr stile.
The planing mill and <}<-y shed
hien tn alod to a 1    ■   if ivhitewash
This Improves the appearance of tho
departments mt ntioncd and also afford:; belter light for the men.
*..      1    .- where south
■   1084 : Ins Columbia
'  r will he diver:-    .   us
-..:   ■ ■   : ;        al    ■  r   teal
f the north- . oer post
Lot I    Bl       .-■;:.: will be
upon the
Sul ■ k
This posted   on   the
tl    19th da     ; Mart h, 1924.
■ f this noi ■    .
havo any claims against the debtor! tion   pursuai to   the
for which ynu aro entitled to rs '■■■•    "-■■ : In the
of   uch - Inim must be til     **  blofl al  Wll-
i-i    within thirty days from the dati        r     Ob    tlons  to I
•      notice, for from and after the
expiration 0f the time fixed by sul th   the   1 omptroller of Water
e Hon • of secii.-n ::T 1 r tht    ■ - Vteto-
f shall distribute the 1 roce ids      the'ria,
or's 1 state among the part a in a
then to hat Ing regard
Im   of which I have then notice.  WIL.WAM  HEAP  HOLLAN
Dal  tl   at   Cranbrook,  B.C.,  ,:
day Of April, 1924.
M A. BEALE, The dat<
7 Custodian  tbl   ■- tlce
cant.
By P C. Tun
•   ;. LtlOl    Ot
.   *.: 5-8
Vatieonver.—A grain control board
which will havo charge of the port's;
-rrain   trade,   and   will   BX| e lite   loading of s'hips and the general dispatch
ap—9ef^tr^~
■
"f grain through the
hern recently.
Brand. 11.   T a • ■
latholi gicol    1 bi n * n
Brandon,    or    Morden,
coiiBolldate all 1 the com
batting of wheal ru   . has b •
-in by the Dominion Goi
partrnenl or agriculture,
rt. was formed
■    - f .".  large
tory    ■ Ithor    at
toba,  to
Phone 77
iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiinitiiiiiiiNiHiiiiNiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiinmit
Moitinal. (^110, — it is understood
thai Montreal Cower Consolidated Is
planning to develop 100,000 liorso power at the l.aclilne Rapids, Legal notice of this step litis now been Died nt
Ottawa, as required hy the Navigable
Water Protection Act. it is generally
understood that the work will he commenced during the coming summer
and thnt the old plant will disappear
lo be replaced by an up-to-date equipment.
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Toivriss & Ailiuns
Agents for Hard und Soft Coal.     Distribution Cars a
Specialty,   Excellent Warehousing,
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.K. DEPOT
Telephone fft
CKAMlltOOK, B.C.
P.O. Itaa SIC
Nels Matron is among the new four-
horse thinners to join the ranks nf
lop truck hnuleri at Stewart's on
Wolf Creek.
C n. Sheedy. who has been in lbe
employ of his uncle, Uillie Stewart
during the posl winter, has accepted
position uti barber i«t one nf the,
shops In Cranbrook.
Hugliie MpOUHs of Hock Uke, is
driving fours Up for Billie Stewart I
who Is putting In lopp for the Lover- i
Ing Lumber Company.
Mr. Manning, general manager for
the l.ovelnc people at Wnsti. and hip
mil McFadden, official tim'wer scaler
for the r-ompnny. called nt the camps
on Wolf Creek nn Monday of last
week.
A motor party of Cnfnbrook peoplo
were visitors at Rlewnil's camps nn
Wolf Creek nil Monday   <f hml week.
Messrs. Al Doylo nnd K. Howard of
Fori Steele, iiecompiiiil,,il by a ri'pre
sonlntlvo nf the meal packing rnneernn
wern vtallnrs to Ihe Doyle ranch nn
Mr. I>, Cameron haa bought and tali      ■ □   1-.. ion Of till   f'■ :   St<   ' ■ '!'
ding co's  rant h ai  '■' ■•• ort, lati lj
occupied hy John Mlllw
Mr a. Pollock has r ; ' ■*■ ■ ■ ■ •■
ranch nt Woetporl and haa Bhlpped 1
his furnflcro nnd also n bunch 1
horses.
•$&*$
1
'.   nml
Wild
Mm.
trorw
The illrli Itaskolta
ins Friday.
'Ill lire nn Fr!-
.'I.UI. COJfTJUCT
SEALED TENDEKS,  l il Ir   i .1   lo
.In, I'n.'iiiui ,ti '■ Qi n ral,  will  He ro-
Mr. Art Howard 1.
nil   Sn, ur l:i v
lil» brother. M
wintor moiithe.
ho Fori sir
Im* bouRhl a I-
nir. lo repli
He ha
'.   K.   Iln
lhe In
vIslllnB
nl for the
i'
nl
iiy evonhg woe a rfiionclal success!celved at Ottawa until noon, oa Friday,
nil over thirty ilo'lRro waa cleared, the Snd day ol May, lie), for the con.
-voyance of lli.s Majesty'* .Mulls, mi «
f :r""' '"•;llrl"I „r,„.„s tontracl  !,
exceeding four years
[per day on the route j-
Letter   Boxes,  from
lo Trading Company General's pleasure
ird truck for dellvor-l
rig.
Wolf Crwk  on Wfdnttdny  ot  last. • tlm wme time.
Piifllnpsn, Wen's  Tour     Arrange-
mon-tS are bolng made by tlte Boprd of
Trade nt Wlnnlpon fm* a lour nf tha
pniiflcs iluriin: tho coming summer
by a party or tun business mon of that
dty.   it is expected thai thoy will
travel wllh mombftn. of the Vancouver ifcn.ni who will make tbo trip al
and St reel
the  Posttnnster
t tain Ing further
idltlons <>t pro-
' aeon and blank
bo obtained ar
Printed nollci
Information a i
posod Contract i
forma of Tende
Hi,. Posl Ofllco of Fornle, B.C., nnd al
Mm ollleo Df iln' i>i in. i Suporfnten-
donl nr Postal Service.
li A  BRUCE,
Dlstrlcl Bnp'l ul Pmtal Service
Dlstrlel Snporlnlendont'. Ollleo,
iCulniry.
I Mu rrli Mlb, 1924. 5 7
HI5K> II      i
Reputation Cannot Be Assumed.
It Must Be Earned.
"@APIAN (FIj
aJ.'*«*>**^ ,
<S'/fl
Yul'
WHLC1   '
r^k i
have been popular in Canada
for over half a century.
They are the same in quality
today as they ever were.
They arc thoroughly matured in Out; Casks.
DISTILLED AND DOTTlir. !Y
Hiram walker & sons, limited
WALXERVILLE - ONTARIO
DMtlltr
Whieltte,
nl 11
■1158
Montreal, Qya.
Tlii'i iiilviTtisiMilcn
Control Board
9
KfeBaBBi
London, Eng.
i is not publlkhcd nr ill
nr liy the Govwnmenl
NewYmk. USA.
iplnycd liy the
il British Coin
-M J*, it
Mk RAG1!     BNIHT
TnR   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, April 11th, 1924
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AX OPPORTUNITY YOU CANNOT  AFFORD  I'D MIHS!    \
Gent's 12-size fully Guaranteed
ELGIN WATCH
in li
GOLD FILLED CASE
Regular $17.00, tor
$12 50
— SHE (Ml! WINDOW -
"THE GIFT SHOP" j
cA EARLE LEIGH :
N'orbttr* Vvo,   *
WATUIMAKMK \- JEWELLER s
-.... .  i  e  .
. .  .  »■
Qray Dort Car for sale. $1?B taki HORN On Monday, April 7th, li
thiB car. Try it tor one mile or tan Mr, anil Mrs Roy Armstrong, of Uili
If desired, city, a »oii
7 DKXU.l.'S QARAUEI —
— I'm- expert workmanship In cbarg
Tin, Cranbrook Musical Society im- Ing and overhauling batteries, Phone
definitely decided on the datos  ho  Service Garage, No. 84,   Wu cull foi
presentation ut Un: ailberl nml Sul-   mil deliver bi ri™. IK
llvan comic opera "Tho Mikado" and —
announce that the production will be Tho Amateur Athletic Assoclol
staged un Friday anil Saturday, May have takon n lease .m il»' baseball
10th and 17th. Dlllgonl ettorl is nos i ids ror the Boaso-.i trom the 'i «
being nut forward, embracing two re-   v\A„ tbo agreomonl to bo formally in
hearsals a week, and Indications nr, poralod in n  written  lease.   Tin
that this will ho tin' premier ottorl ol "  mdotlon will lie having nn organ!
the suiietv thus fnr. ,'-'"■" meeting shortly wl">n I1'1"18 '"'
 s_^»   iho bnaeball Benson will In' gone iim
loroughly, nml  tbe matter nf a baao
ill program nn llic 24th nf Mny lniili
Special! Special! Tungsten Lam
at bargain prices, 25, io, and 50 wi
for 35c.
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DOItAN'.
ilitu
Friday afternoon lout wbl
oa lbe cily truck, ell) electrli
bad Hie miisfortuno in lie thro
tho sent ns the car was rniln
ornor  at   the  publh
*•!■**•:••:•■:•*•;••:••:•*•!•■;••:•*•:••:••:■•:••:••:•* ***
| A. Beautiful      |
Easter Gift     i!
for $75.00 I
V The moilern stylo ut' sottluB
£ liiamomls 1ms made tlio svaal-
t let*   stout's much more   at-
p tractive,   'Vh^a new tlostgns
\* are beautiful in Die extreme.
!* mu   White   Gold   >I Un(W
IMi.tii.i.m Cliivvs
£ Wo have an excel.enl  show.
t Ing in thu newesl platinums' Uke effects in wl tte golti.
h Other Diamond .lings ;ii #5'1
u and *.!.■
b
I VOI i: LJiHl'El'TION
t INVITED
| W.H.Wilson
llio .lender
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LOCAL
MPPEMNGS
Special Prices on New Datlerli
iiTvico Qarage, I'linne 34.
^mi      Smart Novelties For Easter Wear
ffllKk^ "'i1' EASTER DISPLAYS Me now at tlieir besl.      Everything new that n Man. Woman, Hoy or Girl
may require for Easter Wear fan bo soon here,
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES   -   HAKTT SHOES   . MURRAY SHOES  •   ItORSAI.INO HATS  -   IIIIOCK HATS
REGAL S1III1TS  -   ST. I ICItAIT CLOTHES I'or Boys -   PRINCESS CLOAKS A SUITS - HOHI.HTV DRESSES
LIVINGSTONE & SCOTT SHIRTS ami DRESSES ■   MERCURY HOSE
are lines thai Btand out In tho front rank of all Canadian or itriilsh manufacturers,   ami   boar onr guarantee of
of satisfaction.
OIK DISPLAY OP EASTER NECKWEAR IS SUPERB.
BORN At the St.
■i Friday, April Ith,
llchard MacKinnon,
lugene Hospital
m Mr. nml Mm
nf  Kimlierley. I
1    1-Iavo tlml car overhauled as soon
ns possible beforo   the   rush starts
■ riding Fnr  moro satisfactory  in   every renin llnll! sped.   See tlio Kootenay Oarage.
,'n from j
line tho —
Tlie: Two Nash curs wero disposed nt liy
front whoel nf tbo truck went over the Ratcliffe & Stewarl Oarage ut
bis Imily but aside frnin feciinc pretty Klmborloy during tlie lust few days.
badly bruised there tortunatoly woo Mr. Phil Gougeon Inking possession ot
no serious Injury. H wns expected u standard touring model, and Mr, W,
Hint Mr. Hull would he laid im torjs. Oreon becoming the owner of a
only a tew daya. I Nash sport model.
Try tho Kootenay Qarage tor Hi ' Comfortable cottage on Lumsden
servico that pleases. Agents and Deal- Avenue tor sale. Cheap at $1,200 on
ers in Superior Chevrolet curs and terms. Apply lo Beale & Elwell.
trucks. 1   I'linne "0. f'-">
Get that cur ut yours insured now
with Benlo * Elwell. 0-1
left   tlie  hOSp
turn in their
nlnp and little danghtc
nl nn Saturday i" re
mine nu Fenwlck Ave
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Cranbrook Sash & Door Co.
1. I M l T I. 11 |
Kimberley Lumber Yard   j
WILL IilC OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEXT WEEK.
Herb. S. Smith
will be in Charge
witli ;t Pull Lino of
LUMBER     -     WINDOWS   -    DOORS    -     LATH       j;
MOULDINGS     -     IHILHIMJ PAPER *j
ROOFING     -   -     BRICK     -   -     SHINGLES j.
Eli'. ER'. \\
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■When in CRANBROOK stop al
Mount Baker Hotel
Conveniently Situated,      Must Modem Hotel in the District.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE liATIIH ANU SHOWER,
HOT AND COLD    WATER IN EVERT! ROOM
RATES FROM $1.00 UP.
Phone 92 - - - - P. O. Box 265
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Special Seed Prices
FINEST QUALITY PRAIRIE RYE SEED
Per owl	
flL<^»***»<^Vi»«*w**/|>**'*i>*^ w^'w*Vl>V''«*^*«*Wt>''«'*fl<',««/l>' tt*lk" *»*VU*»| I
Buy a homo from Bunle ii Elwoll on     Wu can y a full line ot Men's Worn-     If you aro figuring on New Tiros
G-7 en's and Misses' Shoos.
— Our low prices win every time.
HORN- On  Monday.  April 7th,  to W. P. DORAN.
Mr,    1   -Mrs.   James   Clark,   ot   this
daughter, at  tbe St.  Enge
i for your car tills spring it will pay
j ynu to call on Wilson's Vulcanising
, Works and get prices. Wo sell gaso-
jline, nil, accessories am! Second Hand
Hospital.
Mrs,  II. I.. Kil.ius. of this city. Is]Tires and Tubes,
(■covering nicely following an oper-
11!
For a first class car at a moderate "
figure tho new Star has no equal. Seo !' *!
Ratcliffe & Stewart. BOtt
i wliich she underwent nt tbe bos- i **********.
Is ynur car Insured againsl fire and
collision? If nut. get rates and particulars from Beale Ai Elwell. 0-7
i Wednesday nf this week.
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
WANT ADS.
*
FINEST QUALITY "MeKENZIE RYE SEED
Per cwt	
$3.00
$4.00
,, STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, per case   $7.75
John MANNING  J
Tin., high school is now organized
nr Us Bprlng nml summer spirts. The
.emits club wm organized ihis week.
lie courts pul  iii sbnpe, tapes laid,
lhe rtl'sl  games taking place nil Weil
nesday. In basketball four team
linve been formed in contest a leagu
championship within the school.
Bealo fi Elwell huve two huuses to
let. 0
The patrons uf the Slar Theatre
were favored Thursday, Priday and
Saturday with u wonderful produc
tion. "Robin Hood." This picture, i:
which Douglas Fairbanks appears t
advantage, is a striking portrayal nf
ihis old story. Large audiences greeted ihe picture ut each performance,
and the enterprise nf the management
,if tho theatre in bringing Ibis picture
lo Cranbrook wus apparently much
appreciated.
A Cookery Sale will be held by the
Parent-Teacher Association, on Sat
urday, April 12. Further particulars
later. "-'
Col. A. W. Mcl.cllan. who took Ihe
•Jlst Battolion overseas, hns been
boson as the Conservative enndidnto
fur the B.C. legislature in lhe Delia
riding. Going to France as liaison of-
ilcer. he was wounded at Vimy Ridge.
A native nf Nova Scotia, his grandfather was lieutenant-governor of that
province.
Gray Dort Car for sale.   $176 takes
this car.   Try It tor one mile, or ten
if desired.
7 DEZAUVS OARAGE
Caignry. -- By the end uf January
lho C.P.R. on lis Alberta lines, had
moved about eighty million bushels
nf the 11)23 crop, practically ull wheat.
This breaks all existing records.
Quebec One. — The Dominion nf
I'auuila will secure between S.000 and
tu.uuu Norwegian immigrants during
Hie coming season, if lbe reports nf
live prominent Norwegian Bblpplng
men, who arrived ia Canada recently,
are received with favor hy interested
parties lu that country. It is staled
that It such a movement gets under
way a large number will settle in this
province.
always como again and tail nr '•*
*   bring their fri,nils witli them. *
'•*   Tiley are doing thai nl  lhe now *
Second Hand store *
Maple   Leaf   Rebekah   Lodge   will*
W   V..  Worden  is away  nn  a brief bold a dance nn Wednesday evening
business trip to Calgary and will alsn April  Hill1, to which the Oddfellows,
take  a   look   over   Ilis  prairie   ranch  Iheir wives anil  friends, and lhe Re'
ekobs, ibeir husbands and friends,!* We have a nice vnrlety ot goods *
re cordially Invited.    The proceeds *  '" cUooS0 (rom'  al  reasonable <•
HORN - Al the SI. Kugene Hospital. „„ „, ,,,. ,u.voU,1, ,„ 1|K, ,,0,m, Fum|   j*   prices. |
on Monday, April 7th. to Mr. wid Mrs. _ iT
O. Henson. a daughter. Possibly un account uf other strung |
counter attractions,    the    attendance*
jusi prior tu seeding time.
Thompson \ Peterson
Proprietors
We carry a full lino of Men's Wo- ,„ ,,„. ,,„„,„,,(„„   ,„■   ..,-m:k, ,•„,„•,;*  Phone 76    P.O. Box 238 *'
I Cabin" on Saturday dost, were not as 11 Armstrong .IvcNue ...
large as they otherwise might have|^**************4,^«{,***^$*4,'
been.   Saturday evening a fair crow
greeted tlio performance, which nn the
whole was only uf ordinary merit.
s
men's und  Children's Rubbers.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
\V.   II.   Sliira.  uf   Wasa   anil   Canal
Flats,  wus able tn leave the hospital
nu Saturday lasl, afler a stay of some j    On   Easter   Saturday,   April   19th, i Bj
weeks theve as a patient. from  1!   to  0  p.m.  lho  ladlos  ot  St.il
—                             , Mary's Church will hold a   sale   uf, 1
Bert Malson  has    taken    over the ,10m0 M()kl„g am| camlj. ,„ lhe K   o[  y
Wenlwortb Hotel and hns been renn- ,,  ,m„    Tm wm ,H. Berve(li          0.7 I
voting and brightening up the place  —. . :r
generally.   Ho is re-opening the bar (iiiititiiTi.iiiintiniciininiti*jjt3tiniiiaituc3iuinniuitiiitimiiiaiciiii||j | b
fur tho sale uf soft drinks, cigars, el,
NOTICE
.£.
».-»■■♦    ■>-» .4...»-»-
*     ♦    *  ■♦-»-■♦-
-+—+-- ♦ -*»-♦-*  -*>-+--♦-
Just Arrived
Shipment  of Delivery
Rigs, Democrats and
Heavy Teaming
Wagons
Dezall's
Blacksmith Shop
p ii (i n io   5 0
Eraanai":."' j
HAY CROP
FOR SALE-
I'i.sli otfera Invited tor my on- I
tire hay crop, for 1924. lo * LS
tons.   Situated near Lake Win- M
dermere.   1027 produced ^55 1»Ir
3   loada.  Considerable addtQEonal
j   uren Iniid wet'detl for 192*1 Iiiik
■1 pood cutcli. Tliuuiliy mul ('lover.
-: Buyer  to IrHnuto nnd  harvoet
'il Hnnrli In. goiHl t,\\a,w, IrrlfiaHon
d  vuvy fonvenlenl.
(J. V. 11. COLEMAN,
'- fiif Windermere P.O,
liwraiBu:; hi m    wmm
CLUB CAFE
Under
NEW MANAGEMENT
Placo has been thoroughly ■
overhauled aad cleaned
KIIIST CLASS JII'.ALS
Sperlul:
CHOP SI 11 ami NOODLES
A tree falling across the lino bet- |
ween Bull River and Ibis cily. reslll- 5
led iii the power being oft in ibis city | . .A Meeting nl' llio Alllllt-  |
nnd   ut Kimberley   for   nboul three | ,,„,. itaN<.|lat| Clllll Is Milled i
hours on Wednesday afternoon. | lQf   r|,r,JS„AV   >-]);,|T, |
Ratcliffe & StevTart will be please,, | APRIt .7t"- »« S I'-"'","' \
10 shuw you the new W24 model star | tl»' '" • M. I. A. I'nrlors, lor |
Car. BOtt   I the purpose of hearing last |
Saturday last Mrs. w. A. N'sbei | !''»'''* renorta and the KI- |
bad the pleasure of a visit trom her | cetloll of Officers i'or tile i
sister, who resides in Toronto. The g Season lo function under |
risltor lsa sister ot charity connected j § „ p, M   „,  (he rran. |
ivith tbo Church ot St. John the Di- I * ,,,,.,§
vine (Anglican) Toronto. 1 hrook    Ainitle.ir    Athletic |
_ |1 Association. g
A most enjoyable bridge parly was 1 1( bel„g (he ol)ject t0 or_ |
held nt the spacious home of Mr. and | gan|ze a rj|,y league of I
Mrs. Ed. Paterson on Tuesday ove- i three „,. m0-re distinct |
ning, when the weekly bridge dub ™-, 5 |1|llls auy organizations =
tertalnod tbe ladles and their bus- | 1)uU haye ,„ m,nd piacing g
hands. Those present were Mesdames -
Pink, Llttlo, Oarnltam, Fergle. Macintosh, Barber, Wilson, (Dr.) MacKinnon, MacPherson, A. I.cileh. Scott.
Marsh, MacKnwaii. V. Z. Manning.
Hodgson, and Messrs. Fink. Utile,
(iarnhuni. Fergie, Macintosh. Harbor
Wilsn 1, MncKiunoo. MacPherson. A.
Leltch, Scott. Marsh, nnd McKowan.
Prises wore awarded to Mrs. K. Paterson. 1st, Silver Bonbon Dish; -Mrs.
I'.arnliani. and, Jewel Case; Mr. .1. V.
Scull, lsl. Necktie: Mr. tlarnhaiu, 2nd.
Book. Mosi delicious refreshments
w.ic served and tho guests departed
ul an early hour In the morning, ull
having enjoyed u pleasant evening.
letmnm m ,i»f>.s»i ■ .i*
The first el'feel uf the coal strike nl
the ii si end nf the Pass Is seen lu Ihe
romoval of one freight train sn fur.
..no nf the oust frelghls having been
1111 down in ihroo limes a week instead
of daily.
liini'iiiner—Wuler-horne shipments
..I manufactured lumber from British
Cnluinbiu totalled 681,707,788 hoard
feel in- the yoar 1098, as iibiiIiisI 878,-
140,800 feel la 1922, an Increase of
HI per cent, Whllo litis Increase III
one year is unprecedented 11 belter
idea nt the growth ot lbe cxpnrl luiu-
! ir business In recent years is obtained when 11 is pointed mil that
British Colombia water-borne exports
fnr tlie year llllli were only 48,070,683
board fool, showing an Increase of
478,000,000 feel, or 1,112 per cent., as index of Missing Heirs wo offer for
sulo contains Ihunaan.ls uf names
which  huve appeared  In  American,
Halifax, ?i.S, — Promising ontlooU] Canadian, Qngllsh, Scotch, Irish,
for ihu use of by-product coke us a Welsh, (lermaii. French, Belgian,
domestic fuel hns led Ihe Dominion Swedish, Indian, Colonial, nnd other
Fuel Board lo have eighty-live sain-]newspapers, lnsorted by lawyers, ex-
ples of coal from the Maritime pro-!editors, administrators, Also contains
vlnces tested for tlieir coking quail- list nt English nnd Irish Courts ot
ties In tho fuel testing laboratory at Chancery and unclaimed dividends
Ottawa, Ot the samples selected atnljllsi of llio Bank of Mnglnnd. Your
analyzed twenty-six wore from New name or your ancestors may be tn the
Brunswick and flfly-nlne from Nova list.   Scud $1.00 (one dollar) at once
BANKRUPT STOCK
FOR SALE
IHU (iS, STATIOMMiY k
STOBE  KUKMS1UNG9
CRANBROOK, H.C.
TENDERS are called for
Mock nf Drups iind Stationery and Store Kixum-s of
the Estate of Jack Braith-
waitf   Haslam,   authorized
Assipnor.    of    tlie    City    nf
Crnnbrook.
Value approximately $*».r.00
Stoek lip-to-date ami ready
for business. Splendid opportunity, Lease of store
can bu obtained. TERMS
may be arranged on approved security.
Por Full Particulars Apply to
H, A. BEALE,
Trustee.
5-7 Cranbrook. B.C.
FOIt SALE—Good tone niano. e.tlicr
for cash or terms. May be seen at
Fiuk Mercantile Company. "-!>
LOST—On Sunday afternoon a gentlemen's watch with Nelson souvenir fob.   Finder please return to Ft.
A, McBurney and receive reward.
7lf
POR SALE— A linden Six Cheap for
caah. Apply  Mrs. Mary Urunt.
Clark Avenue. 6-7
FOR SALE — Canaries, guaranteed
sinners. Also females. Rev. Baker,
Kimberley. t>-7
il
WANTED — About $3,010 to build
bungalow at Windermere. Advertiser would lease for Iouk term or
buy on mortgage. Site available.
,Good investment. Box C. Herald
tl-10
WANTED—By the Municipal District
of Norijuay, No. 279. Acme. Alberta,
prices on 1 car load of fir planking
IH-1S-20 feet long and 10 and 12
inches wide, F.O.B. Acme Alberta.
JAMES. O. PORTER.
0-7 Secretary
11 FOR SALE. — 8 roomed bungalow.
! fully modern and newly renovated
throughout. Apply Joseph Woodman. Bltf
FOR SALE.— Fender for open grat*.
This Ib a very good fender that eai
be securod at a reasonable cost,
hone or call at Herald Offlce.
Ut!
| a team in the sport will be |
| welcomed.      The Grounds |
| have   been   secured again |
| Tor the season.                     |
I Note that all equipment 1
P including suits, belonging g
| to   the    different     clubs. |
G must 1)0 turned in.                §
\Y. II. WILSON, . 5
President. 1
imillll1i:lt]|l1lllUllllt)lHHHIIti:.11llll1IIM(ltl!IIHIIIHHt1llllllllHI![llll<
Itotice"
TENDERS a'" called tor '.he imr-
chaao ul the remains of tlie old Malcolm Horie Irrlgall in Flu ■
Tontlera must he », nl mo on or he-
run, T'.iiiniiay. April 17th, 1084.
m. a. Hi'iAi.i:.
7 Seen tary
IIDIHS HAM lilt
Missinu hoi™ aro being Bought
throughout lho world. Many people
am iu ilay living In comparative |io-
vi-riy who nro really rich, hut do not
know It. Yuu may he one ,if litem.
Semi fur Index Book, "Missing Heirs
ami Nexl of Kin," containing carefully authenticated lints ot missing heirs
ami unclaimed estates which havo heen
advortised for. hero ami abroad. The
between mu; anil 192S.
\\ KAY Ai MtlllT NUItVICi: ft ',,„.
AI.PKKD SH'I'O, Prop.        n.y.
i.    Samples linve boon  Hunt  to" for book.
omol Snlvay plants In Byraonso,IINTRUNATI0NAl  tll.AIM   A0EN0I
tan
riinno lg5
id  Detroit,  Michigan,  and lo
■ Hamilton, Ontario, for    commercial i
fje\ scale sxperlmntol runs. |
Dept. 7B2
I'lTTHIHIHtlll, l',\., II.H.A.
NOTICE
T II E
East Kootenay
BATTERY
Service
HAS REMOVED PROM THE KOOTENAY (lAHAtiK
To The
Standard Electric
Shop
Nnir Hit' lliinsiiii laiiriiKf
BATTERY REPAIRS
NOT A Sllti: LINK WITH US — III T till! SOIiE
HISINKSS
WE HAVE A NEW HATTEIIY IN STOCK FOR
EVERY CAB
Prestolitc & Willard
I) 1 S T lt I II 11 T O R
Ted Cooper
PHONE 524 * P.O. IIOXH3

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