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THE CRANBROOK
VOLUME    28
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY, MARCH "tli. 1924
PROBINCIAL, LIBRARY
Apr. 1-19JS
Apr. 1-1933 —.^ t~-^tr.om
G.W.V.A. Annual Masquerade Ball, Monday, r.
IS  THE  AUDITORIUM 4
Devastating
Fire At^Yahk
loss Mny It un Ovor I'll'.) Thou-
sniiil Dollnrsi Motel and
Other Hiiiiiiiims Burn
TENNIS CLUB PRIZES
PRESENTED AT THE
ANNUAL DANCE MUMi.W
Tin
i iiiim
HtlllpOBO
uml Ki
Hllllnri
■ In
id)
own nr Vnhk waa
vnsialliiB flro on
wiped out ii largo
.   Tho tiro which
M'  .(ailed  In   the
■y .Mr, Sumlorson,
ISmptro Pool mm
ii4. was Drat noticed at
about - a in. Owing in uu elghl toot
break nn the north side of the building, thro rhniii'. spread Bouthwan)
denning up the <i. F. Johiuiot] grocery
Blore, tlio star Cafe operated by Mark.-
Iiiml. Swnnson ti Erlckson. It then
spread to the dwelling of Thom&B Bv-
jen. Then u broesse sprung up from
ihe BOUth, driving (lie flames across
the eight toot gap, taking the Peterson Pool Room, tho li. C. Cafe, run by
Chinamen, anil then ibo large Commercial Hotel. Nothing remained but
a maun of twisted iron and bricks. One
lone chimney that had been built from
the ground was the sole reminder of a
large number of stores and places
that had gone up iu smoke.
The bucket brigade were handicap-
pvd through the failure Of a pump at
the Commercial Hotel, which refused
to work. The loss is estimated at
cloBe to $50,000. It is understood that
about 50 per cent of Insurance waB
carried by nil the parties involved ln
the loss. Tlie Commercial Hotel was
formerly owned by >fr. T. Clausen,
now of this city.
The fire was so not that the brick
around the Ice stock wus burned
down.
PROVINCIAL PRES. R.
ROSS SUTHERLAND TO
ADDRESS CBK. AUDIENCE
Henry II. HlckB, District Commissioner for tlie Bast Kootenay Scout
District lias received a letter from the
provincial secretary of tbo Hoy Scout
Association advising him that the
provincial president. Mr. H. Rosa
Sutherland, win visit Cranbrook about
March 15th. The exact data or his visit will be announced later.
Mr. Sutherland is a relived Winnipeg lawyer who has lived 111 Victoria
fnr tlie past 15 years und during the
war was one of lbe most active workers for the Red Cross; Mrs. Sutherland being equally active with the I.
O D B,
since the w.ir Mi   Sutherland has
deal of iiis time towards
■very way possible, the men
i win. served oversells. al
uie lending a great deal ot
iststance to Uie Hoy Scout
given a groat
helping iu
nnd woim
the same I
valunble 1
Movement.
•'.\ prleml «»i Scouting
in   tha   c.lllwoll
who Is par-
oulurly Interested
i training Scoutmasters hm
losstblo ror two men trout
i Dominion tn at
As the lust pre-lenleii dance of thi
season the annual event pul on bj tin
Cranbrook Lawn Tenuis Club draw ti
very good crowd of dancers who en
Joyotl one of the nlcesl daucuB of thi
winter Beusou. Tho Tenuis Cluh (Inu
cos urn usually well supported bul oi
Monday evening the Parish n ill flooi
hold Jusl aboul all H could and -i-i
give room to move round comfortably
IfidinoiiBou's nix-piece orchestra provided lively music and
iiiiigt'liieiilH were iu i li:i
Raworth. a plousanl Iniermisi
was made to allow of Uie pn nautili
of the dub prizes won (luring the i
sun of lust yeur. Tho prizes were i
senteil by Mr. N. A. Walllnger, '
drew attention to lhe fail that
tennis club bud now been iu exlsto
for close upon twenty years, and
anticipating au even mure succesi
season this year than last.
The club prl7.es  wero awarded
follows:
Strike Ended
Early This Week
lidjHfors . Villi-   in   l ml   (ip.'ii
siniL-L'li' ni   Heeling Held
nil  Siimlii)   tivotlillg
NOVA SCOTIA NIGHT
WITH THE NATIVE
SUNS:   PAPERS  HEAD
,	
I -ii ii.1 nf Brnngollne Lamloil by
li.'iiii'Ki'iitiiiix's wlm Have
Come Fur, Car Wonl
I.W.W. Out
for Revolution
HIGH SCHOOL AVER-
AGES FOB IKliKCA
EXAM IN.1
Hi
ri •
ol Mr,
lilml il
tho I.
Will  li.
ilcnmii
Miss A. Woodland
. .Miss A Woodland
  tlon. Simpson
  II. K. Dove
Dr. and Mrs. Persia
Miss Woodland
and Miss Patterson
Delightful refreshments were   ser-
vod about midnight, uml tho dancing
was continued till 1.30.
Ladles' Singles ..
ladles' Handicap
G llt.'s Singles ..
Cent's Handicap
Mixed Doubles ...
Ladies' Doubles ..
************
RECREATION      f
CLUB NOTES
'++++++*k+** ******* * •:• *** * **
The dance ju the gymnasium of the
Recreation Club last Priday was u
great success and a distinctive feature
was the departure from the usual method of decorating, everything was in
green und white, the Club colors. It
has beon suggested  by a  number of
vote taken m a meeting held
cloned doom on Sunday last.
gare' union decided to bring lo
the strike ihey have boen car-
in slur., early in tin- year. Helms been the atnister figure of
w   w,  financing  the Btrlke,
:illillK every effort I" cripple
rk of ibe lumber companies in
o bring them into line witli the
Is matte.   There were no nego-
tinus  nt  nil tlie  stribers Just   de-
clared to call It off,
Ai the meeting on Sunduy. II, M.
Rowknn, an I. W*. \v. representative
from Vancouver was the speaker. It
is said that the decision of the strikers to return to work curried along
with It a determination to "curry tbe
strike to the job." This is at) ugly
phrase, and the freedom with which
some of the strikers aud their leaders indulged in it nt the beginning of
tho week was, it Is hoped, more from
naturally disappointed hemes, than
any determination to really put such
a doctrine Into force. A number of
the Btrlkers were absorbed Into Die
iraiups of the district, hut the com
panies concerned are endeavoring to
exercise some cure iu the selection of
the men taken buck, so that the more
well known and active I. VY. W.'s among them will probably find the door
shut lo Ihem, while those who were
merely led along by cajolery or
threat were taken back where it was
found there wus room for them. On
Tuesday about eighty of lbe strikers
were headed buck for tbe prairies In
a box car and ft is stated that by the
end of this week the free meats will
he called off and It will be up to the
nicu left in town io look out for them-
Wednesday evening, after
lar business of Hie Native S.
nada bad been  transacted,
■ regu*
of Corn em-
The following are the rcsu
Constitution Demands Not FairI examinations held in the Hit
Day's Work For Fair Day's    j during February.    Iniliudiu
Pay, lint  [toVOlutloTI have been given to each pu
  - tents ure advised in cm.    Ier
The following extract trom ihe pre-(ports carefully.   Student* win
atnblo   ot    the    I.W.W. constitution!
shows how Impossible ii is to i
■
Ladies' Badminton Tournament in
gins this, Friday, afternoon.
Life Saving classes will commence
net week and every one who is eligible
should take up this course.
—. i      i ♦ ■	
W. R. Ross left on Thursday for a
few days. Ho expects to return the
belnutng of next week.
those who attended that this kind of j selves.
entertainment be mode a monthly at-     fn the meantime tbe court action
fair. In regard tn the injunction recently
obtained by the operators against the
i 1    \V.  W.  leaders  here  is  not  being
dropped but is lieing pressed   to the
point where it  may not  Im*. legal  for
the defendants named to appear at the
camps.      A  wire  was  received  from
the coast    on   Wednesday afternoon
slating Hint  tbe  Injunction   tbat   had
been obtained    by    members of the
Mountain     Lutnermen's  Association
againsl  Messrs. Petersofi and  Sampson, of the l. W, W.. wan ordered continued  until  the trial  order is gran-
led    Il also makes Sampson and IV-
The boys of the Marion Oliver Mis- torson defendants    both as Individ
sion Hand of Knox Church ure plan- oals and for all the parties they rep-
nlng on a large turnout on Saturday al j rosent      All the actions are consoll-
thelr Jiiors Dinner.   This is in old otjdated Into one.    These points are ta-
Mr. and Mrs. c  0. Staples
Thursduy for  Lethbridge for
visit.
lefl
a worthy
them.
cause so '\o not  dlsappt
t
Methods
made it
each province
lend an intensive training course m
Ottawa from February 36tb lo March
7th (tf the present yoar
Ono uf the ihlet objects ol the course
Is  to   belli   IWO   lending   men   In   each
province lo understand more fully the
purpose and mothods of Si outing and
to imbibe more ol Us spirit, to the end
thai tho Mnveinenl i ,ay be belter explained. Illustrated, mul commendod
by local men iu each province.
Mr. it itoss Sutherland and Mr, w.
1). S. Uorlsoii, Commissioner fur Vnn-
•votiver District, were selected to represent the provlnco of British Columbia,
Upon bis rei urn journey Mr. Sutherland, hopes to slop off at Cranbrook
and to huve an opportunity of inspecting the scouts and CubB, followed by
un address io the public. Mr. J. Fred
Scott. Assistant District Commissioner of the .''list Kootenay Scout District and president of the local association is working out a plan with
Scoutmasters Martin Harris and Morris Clark, Secretary F, Q. Morris, Mr.
Geo. Salter, B. K. Sterne and others,
with the idea of putting on some
"atunts" with tho Scouts and Cubs
which will illustrate some branches
of the Association's work and which
will be of interest to the parents and
tbe public generally.
It is hoped that all those who are
interested In tho Scout movement locally will make every effort to asstst
ta amy way ponibl*.
Mr. i\ S. Hlampin. teller of the local!
brunch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, left on Tuesday for his he; .■■ in
tirnnby. Quebec, to which place be was
palled by the sudden serious illness of
his father, it is hoped that bis father's condition will have improved by
the time be gets east, ami thai bis ultimate recovery will be effected. II
was Mr. Blampln's sad exporlenci 'tut
two weeks ago to receive word of the
death of bis sister.
Kast Kootenay gets more like California every day To all the evidences and claims pul forward In regard
to the early spring must now he added
lhal established al the Wallace lanoh,
three miles north of town, where plowing operations started on the 28th of
last mouth li is planned to plant a
few potatoes by way of un experiment
to see what the outcome of the early
spring weather is Alfalfa Is showing
up green in the fields ami ih ■ crocuses
un- showing up plentifully Mr Wal
lace bus to go buck twenty-four v. ins
iii bis experience to remember n yeur
thai presents anything tike a similar-
| ity lo the unusually mild condition I
that huve prevailed Ihis year.
| After an absence of two months in
the east, Father  Murphy   returned  to
i tbe clly nn Thursday of ihis week On
Jununry 4th he left Cranbrook to pay
a visit, to his mother who Is now Hi
years of age, and who with two Of her
sons resides nt Marysvllle, Ontario.
He was pleased to find that despite
her advanced age his mother was still
ln good health. Resides ut bis home:
town. Father Murphy visited relatives
at Poterboro. Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Brockvtlle, Prescott, nnd Troy.
Rochester, Buffalo and New Vork.
While away he occupied pulpits in
many of the places visited. In Toronto
he spoke ln St. Anthony's Church,
Bloor Street. Before ho left the east
the weather man singed a big snnw
storm that tied up Toronto nud other
cities for over a day.   Ho returns to
ken   from the order  of the  supreme
court, before which lhe ense came at
Vancouvi r this week.
How the 1 WAV. fed tbe strikers on
misrepresentation In their papers
has been seen repeatedly; ond likewise how prone the I.W.W, has been
to hade on any signs of sympathy offered in tlieir cause Tbis is well 11-
lustrateed In an extract taken from the
Industrial Worker, under date of Feb
runry 20th last.    It reads as follows
"After forty live days the strike
slill looks good. No new stubs came
in since Monday, ami many of the old
scabs arc pulling out. The continual
Bofl weather has been against us but
as soon as it turns colder the bosses
will hove to acl. Everything has been
iii a standstill for a week now, bul
WO are gelling s<|unilrous out In a new
line of luetics nnd we will wako thlnj
up mion.
The Cranbrook City Council passed
a resolution last night to ask the go-
vernment to force the companies tn
settle with us. and they ulso common
dod as nu our conduct uf tho strike
und tbe solidarity wo have displnyed.
Pressure was brought to bear on the
local press to prevent them fmm making th- resolution public. We would
mil have known of II only for the fact
QUI1K) u-'i'i-o.) oi(i ,|o .i.>i[iu.nu ll imu
down to the hall nud informed us,
lu thu light of tbe susoquent collapse of the sti ike, one wonders how
many days it was prolonged on the
strength of BUOh false optimism, and
how much more money was forthcoming from the workers in Chicago and
elsewhere by the circulation of It.
bers present wen- entertained by ib>
Nova Scotia contingent, who nude
ihe leadership or 1, p. Sullivan ot Ha
Itfax ami Cranbrook, endeavored ti
enlighten their brother-Canadians ai
to ibe Importance of that only won
dorful portion of Canada known ai
Scotia. Huvlng nt a prevtoui
meeting introduced the idea of plac
fug other meetings in oharge of tin
representatives of certain provinces, |
Mr. Sullivan, claiming Halifax us bls|
birthplace, was made to swallow some
of bis own medicine, us ll were, by
being given the resvonslbllity for the
first meeting of this kind, devoted lo
Novo Scotia. The maiden effort of
the Miuenoses was kindly received,
those present stating thero wus a lot
bout  Nov
known. A vote of thanks was lend
ered thu leader and Ibose associated
with him for the very successful manner in whicb they had put across the
Nova Scotia night.
This part of the meeting opened
with the singing of "Oh. Canada,"   hy
P. Sullivan, the lodge joining in lbe
chorus.
"First Things in Canada" was deal!
with by Mr, Dun Burton, who after
saying that a copy of his birth certificate could be found In the registrars
office at Sprlnghlll, Nova Scotia, went
on to show that many importantI
thins In the business, professional
and scientific world had their beginning iu Nova Scotia.
Halufax. N.S., was dealt with by R.
Potter, who like the leader of tbe contingent, is a lluligoiiiun.     Iu the brief
time at his disposal he gavo a short
ount of tbe many matters of interest in connection with the history of
Halifax tbat could be given.      Those!
were the founding of tbe cily. Its early'
history und future development.   Hal-j
Irax harbor, admitted to be one of the
finest In the world was described. Halifax public gardens, like Its harbor is;
accorded first place amongst the gnr-j
dens. j
No matter where one goes, travel-1
lers who have seen many gardens are
staunch supporters of the claims of
Halifax for premier honor
A. A. MacKinnon, for whom Olace
Bay is responsible, claimed that ten i
minutes was no good to him. it would j
take him all night to talk, about Cape
Breton alone. He gave an interesting!
picture of this wonderful little island!
before be read tils main paper wheh
ho (ailed the "Cateclism of Canada."
This, like Iho paper read on "First
Things In Canada" showed that Nova
Scotia figured largely in the development of Canada. la^L
in the welfa
real   purposi
of revolutic
whether it I
und engeti'
discontent
■'The   w
ploying cl
mon. The
us hunger
millions <
few who n
I Interest of the I.W.W.
of the workers and its
ie, which is nothing short
on, This will also show
has been misjudged when
having "red" tendencies
erlng n spirit of unrest nnd
among the workers.
rking class and the em-
iss   have nothing  iu  coin-
In'
pe
■ long
nnd wanl are found among
if working people and the
inko up the employing class
have ull tbo good things of life,
Betwoen lliese two clasaas a struggle musl go on until tho workers of
tho world organize as a class, TAKE
POSSESSION OF THE EARTH   i\ND
_   .,    ..   ,  ..       , ,'VHF MACHINERY OF PRODUCTION
t ???Uft..t^J!,.ey.hm! "'I'lANO ABOLISH THK WAGE SYSTEM.
We rind that the centering of the
management of Industries into fewer
and fewer hands makes tbe trade unions unable to cope with the ever
growing power of the employing
class. THE TRADE UNIONS FOSTER
A STATE OF AFFAIRS WHICH ALLOWS ONE SET OF WORKERS TO
BE PITTED AGAINST (ANOTHER
JSET OF WORKERS IN THE SAME
j INDUSTRY, THEREBY HELPING
DEFEAT ONE ANOTHER IN WAGE
(WARS. Moreover, the trrnlo unions
id tbe employing class to mislead the
workers into the belief lhat the work-
ling class have interests in common
with their employers.
These   conditions   can   be   changed
'and the Interest ot the working class
upheld only by an organization formed
| in such a way that all its members tu
any one industry, or In ull industries,
*U£ necessary, cease work whenever a
strike or lockout is on in any department thereof, thus making an injury
to one un injury lo all.
Instead of tho conservative motto.
"A fair day's wugos tot a tali day***
work," we must inscribe on our banner tbe revolutionary watchword)
"Abolition of the wage system."
II is the historic mission of the
working class to do away with capitalism. Tbe army of production must
| bo organized, not only for the everyday struggle with capitalists, but also
Ito carry on production WHEN CAPITALISM SHALL HAVE BEEN OVERTHROWN. By organizing industrially we are forming the structure
new society within the shell of
Iho old."
X.
Mrs. Chas. Simpson of Lumberton
was able to return to her home on
Wednesday of this week much better
after a stay at the hospital.
•'Canadian Author.," was the subject! p. q, Morris, manual training 1ns-
iissigned W. F. Cameron, which was tructor, has boen unable to conduct
read by L. P. Sullivan. This paper his classes for the past few days, hav-
brought up the debatable point as to inR been confined lo his home with
the birthplace of this famous Canadian an xeceptionally severe cold,
author,  Bliss Carmen,  excerpts  from _
writings of his being given. There died at thu St. Eugene Hos-
"The Land of Evangeline" was the'pita] on Friday last, Mr. O. Logere
subject of a paper given by the lead-'aged 23 years. The deceased, who
er  for the evening,  which  proved  to was a victim of typhoid, entered the
hospital aboul a week previous lo bis
death. His case was a particularly
severe one and just previous to his
passing away his temperature wus 10S
this being tlte highest on record at
the St. Eugene.    A mother und other
lallves  reside ut Mnnctoil, N.B,
nun Is mm
tho Coal i
was gains
Ction   With    the    arrange
■ for hospital treatment foi
1'L'k miners, lbe im press! oi
Hint owing to the lefusa
of   the    Workmen's    Compensation
Board to sanction the use of the hospital or the new miners' doctors
Fertile, cases   would     huve    to    be
brought to Cranbrook.     This might
lend to the Impression, it I
thut thero is no hospital in Pernie for
age is below BO per cam .
made low murks in in I
Jeots, win need to devoti
and energy to their worl
meet the year's requlrem
GRADE XI.
Honors:   -
Evelyn Anderton   	
Dorothy Leask  	
Pass:—
Gvnevn Puffer 	
Hostor Thompson 	
Nora Home 	
Willfo Selby 	
Winnlfred Burdett 	
Lawrence Campbell  	
Myrtle. Garden	
Dorothy McKowan  	
Alex Nlsbet 	
James Taylor .. 	
Delia Baxter 	
GRADE
Honors:—
Ruth Sodorholm  ...
Chester Roberts  	
Jean Flett	
Pass:    -
Arthur Shankland .
I'.slhor Chandler ...
Henry Godderls ....
Joe Brogun 	
Margaret Godderis .
Doris Winterstein ..
Doris Haynes 	
Gertrude Patmore ..
Emily May 	
Lillian St.Eloi  	
Mildred Burdett ...
Sandy Pascuzzo  ....
Eva Weston   	
Norman Parker  —
Baker 	
Beanie Murgatroyd
Trilby Rebel   	
Ray Hill   	
Marion Atchison ...
Murray MacFarlane
Jack Brown 	
Hnrt.t Cameron  ....
Edward White	
Dagmar Anderson .
Jean Ward  	
Failed:—
Victor Hooper   ,	
Amy Williams  ;	
Muriel Mllllngton  	
Archie Findlay  >	
Melville   Leask   	
DIVISION nu Grade IX
Honors:—
Margaret Horie  	
John Cummlngs 	
Andy Cassldy  	
Peter Brennan  	
Graham  Dab-   	
Ena Davey 	
Pass:—
Philemon Bel anger 	
Hubert Nellly  	
Ray Beech 	
Kathleen Dallas  	
Malcolm  Harris  	
Byron Haynes	
Georgo Helmslng  —i	
John Dixon 	
Lawrence Foster	
Ivy  Dezall    -	
Olfven  Evans    i	
Winnlfred Bealo 	
Harland Clark  	
Marguerite Caven 	
May  Daniels  	
Fiiileti:—
Sherman Harris 	
David  Frame   —	
Victor Holmes	
.Murray Garden   	
Ernest   Danielson   	
John  Helmslng    ,	
Ethel Atchison  	
Jack  Genest	
Ruth Bower  ,	
Arnold Holdener 	
division IV., Grade l
Honors: —
Eileen  MoQuald	
Win   Jessie Mcliinls    \.
Miss Betty Ixmes of Fernio, Mias
A. Paiiiaby of Cranbrook and Miss A.
Wood of Creston, nurses at the St.
Eugene Hospital, recoived their graduating diplomas on Thursday. Ou
Tuesday evening the graduatea-to.be
wore the guests of tlieir nlster nurses,
when the party enjoyed first Iho offering of the evening at the Star theatre, following which they proceeded
to the Victoria Cafe where a farewell
dinner was in readiness for them.
Cranbrook\ much boncfllod in health. Around the festive board the young
from his trip.   Father Welch who has) Nightingales  and   Cavolls  enjoyed
been supplying hem in Father Mur-
pliy's place returns to Vancouver on
very v I cumin t ho ir nr ho. The graduation exercises were of a private nature tlik jamr
be intensely Interesting.
In making a motion conveying a
voto of thanks to the leader, Mr. J. A.
Genest said that when Mr. Sullivan
proposed the Idea of the provincial
nights he sure had started something.
From his remarks it was apparent
that ho was not going to let the world
think that the sun rose nud set on
Novo Scotia, also that when the time
OOmee for the spellbinders or Quebec
to hold forth, their light would not
be round hid under a bushel.
Mr. Sullivan in acknowledging the
thanks of the club said that he wns
pleased If they bud appreciated their
erforts and thnt the experience tliey
had gained In iheir first effort would
prove valuable on other occasions.
At the husiness session It was decj""00  CBflM- -^end* existing
idod lhat the meeting two weeks from' Shmmaii. dlatrtct president of the V   Mho] spears 	
that date, the 19th. would be followed! M W* A* °" his rotUTn fr,,m a C0DfeP"      "'  ™»«"  ■
once at Victoria With members of the Sophie Miidor   ....
board, gave nut an Interview at Cal-il'ass: —
lt was decided that New BrunswickjKar>'* on whIch the »totam«l wllH ba-,Ki'» McBurney ...
sed but it would appear thai be hud Jun Robson 	
apparently been   miareported.       Tho Olive Ryde 	
PemlO Hospital wired to Victoria forjLouisu Robertson
tho exact ruling of lhe Compensation Jim Johnson  	
Board, and the following wire recoiv- Tom Marshall  ....
ed In reply makes the situation clear: j Edith Johnson  ....
"E. M. Kirkpntrlck. Secretary, Fernie Mabel Stender  ...
Hospital, Fernie.       Board refused to Jane Wolfe  	
recognise K el man proposed hospital. J Lome Jordan  —
Workmen's   representatives  informed; Alleyn a Walllnger
thai  disabled  men  coming under Acl  Billy Taylor   	
could go to any public hospital they Ragner Johnson ..
ago on receipt of word of tho serious! might select which would necessarily'Edgar Montpelller
illness of hts moiher, is expected toj Include Fernie, Cranbrook, or any oth- Palled:—■
arrive back in Crnnbrook on Satur*- er city or town having a public bos- Evelyn Ward   —
day.   On reaching home he found blsjpltal.     It. B, Fulton, Assistant Secre-jJack Swnn .
by a
kcr.
banquet or supper nnd a smn-
would be tho big headline act at their
first meeting In April. Dr. Miles was!
chosen as leader for that evening.
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Geo. I.ousk has secured a contract
for a good sized building at Kimberley, which Is to be used ns a picture
show. Work on the contract Ih now
under way.
W. S. Santo who left fnr his home
in bunion, Ontario, about two weeks
fair
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■ n
••' j h'-lp with the work and btar part of
... e9***>jthe expense, if only the farmers will
■■■ 31 come into the thing wholeheartedly.
•■' ^S ' and put up the exhibits. This is
... jS.5 wnat tne ^ustnet-s men cauitot do. and
... 68°'without it there ean be no fair wo
... ►),.4: anything. The government gives a
... 67-31grant. anii has an official, in the par-
... *>fi3|,iori 0f the district agriculturist who
... *J4.4jj5 ready to do everything possible to
... ■54.2jhelp the fair along; the city and bu^-
... B-i.Ojinass men look after the prizes; so It
— 13-Monly remain- for the tanner* and any
— 63.6|ot*nen Wbo have exhibits for the fair.
,... 61.4 t0 -ee that ihey are on haini.
.... 60.51 jfo same principle applies to the
.... 69.aij4th of Ma>. ■■veterans- Day." It
.... o..o(riee([J5 tne ^pp^ 0f everyone, by
.... oD.O attendance and Interest, to carry al-
....  *>(**>|on| the celebration 16 a proper degree
 '   Lof BUCcesa These celebrations will be
....  w^.jtept before the public    from now on
:as the plans for each develop, and no
.... 54,8 j one will b*- given tbe opportunity of
— *53.9 j saying they did not know of them.
•••  W-*     The deal for the fair grounds was
... 50.3j p,,t through   the office of T. M. Rob-
■ ■ •   ■*''■' [efts, of this city.
Sister Gerard who has been vis-
78.1 Iting fn Calgary for two weeks, re-
"8-4 J turned to the city on Tuesday last.
78.0 . —
-*" (l      Knud  Knudson of Lumberton, died
76 3' at   t*le hospital   on  Tuesday  after  a
**5j I short    Illness    with pne-imonia.    His
relatives   at   Herbert, Saskatchewan
-,. at2 being communicate*! with.
Coming Events
r  .,     Tlio eveiim noted liclo* arc those
r '" i for which paid KdrarUilni apixraro ia
''  j this iKHEie. or for which printing work
'    ha- hef-ii done In tille^Jlfite.
■"•I ,; Bat. March S   "JIkks" Snpner .riven by
60.2 boy. „f Marlon Oliver Minion Hand,
1.0.1 ui i'r< iivtcrian Schoolroom.
ti:, -
;,,, ■_.  Miiirlii,.   March   10:   I'lllpwoo.l   f'otn-
3jj j I    ralMlon   iiiootltiRH,   in   the  Council
Chamber, at lo:to am. and 8.80 pin
70.S
711.7
75.3
75.1
74.3
71.3
mother much Improved In health and
before leaving her aho waa well on
|dM wet to racorary.
tary.      Workmen's      Compensation I Sarah Whitehead  -—
liun.nl."     Tho correction   in   Kindly ,l,oouaril I'arkio.	
nude on behall ot the Fertile hospital. I If. h. I'ORTOIt.
Monday. March 10--Dramatic onler-
talnment In Kimlierley Methodist
Church at H P to
Tuesday, March 11 —cranbrook Golf
Club Shareholders, annual general
meeting In Council Chamber at 8
p.m. followed liy Golf Club annual
meeting.
day  J   ^^^^^^^^^
dies Guild, Co-Operative Society. In
K.P llnll. at S p.m.
Friday. March 14: General meeting of
the Board of TTnile nt tho City Hall
at 9 p.m.
Sat.. March 15: Methodist Ladies Aid
Cookery Sale at the Schoolroom. 3
lO 6.
Monday, March 17: St. Patrick's Day
Masriuernde  Hall,   given  by  the G.
W. V. A. nl tho Auditorium.
51.0
49,[;] Saturday, April 12: Cookery Sale by
66.4
. 65.4
62.6
61.7
5«.7
53.1
57.0
55.2
....  49.2
principal
:J
Parnnt-Teacher  Aasocfatlon. THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, Slnrcli "tli. 1021
I
mm
counlt|
milk
V II
Prepared for the Coining
Provincial General Election
A STRONG GOV
i crown.   Unforl
these charges   i
■oniiter chai'gos
KHNMENT A LONE CAS SAVE LS
Observer
¥
nely Mr. Oliver met
flrsl    by   mnklng
gainst Ihe leader ot
mini
■ adv
the third party. Gen. licKae. by refer-
ing to his financial and business dealings. Perhaps tlie glare of "Tho
i Searchlight" did dazzle u few people
closely fol-ieral manager of the I'acltW Great!ut first, but what will it huve to play
>al situation! Eastern." Th|; iinswer forthcoming on when the royal commission it dell it ;s por- was "February 1st, 1928." The next Landed and got disproves its cuarg-
tme that an question Mr. Esllng asked was: "What os? Mr. Bowser's attitude during the
,f the prov- has been the operating loss oi the P. investigation has been such us to win
niv date U K since Mr Buckworth's successor the admiration and respoct of all clas-
' JL ed Evith wis aimolnted?" The answer to this se8. den. McRao's counsel desired to
,w "Operating deficits ure compiled) place Mr. Bowser  to stand rlghl
mU
all tli
moment bust
ntereatB, toge-
ilnery at tholr
Free Baby Books i Write Borden Co. Vancouver, for Two
«0ASCABETS" 10c
BEST LAXATIVi:
FOB BOWELS
"They Work While You Sleep."
If you feel sick, dizzy, upset, if
your head ls dull or aching, or your
stomach U sour or gassy, jus' take
one or two plea-aaut "CuscnretB" to
rollove constipation or biliousness.
No griping—nicest cuthartlc- laxative
on earth for Men, Women and Clill-
dron. 10c boxes, also 25c and 50c
sizes—any drug store.
I'll
fully only ouce a year." Had Premier! ni the first and examine him as t
Oliver aud bis minister of railways\ ltU) chart-res, .m tli" commissions
been on thy job and Insisted upon an; ni|..,,| tila| |jj_ ;i(.,.„s(i,.:- eVion1'1 be Hi
command, muy tUrusi an election up-|audlt of the books when Mr, liuck-*vii-Ht to be examined. The action <
on ns much earlier than was autlcU w rth retired, an intelligent answer I tho third party in iheroupon wltl
pated. it Is ruqulreil of all win, have could have been given to Mr. Ksllng'u drawing tho chnrgos Is probably with-
i tlie welfare of this province at heart last question. At unothor date Mr. out any parallel. Tlu* party that te
to become woll Informed as to the Esllng placed a further question to 10\tt to "clean up" politics, withdraw-
atate of affairs now existing In Hon. Dr. McLean, '"Is it correct that fug im charges! in Bplte of all ab-
this province. An enlightened public Mr. Buckworth has left thu provlnco!Ufl0 lllu\ misrepresentation thai has
mind te obviously the only cure for and gono to Mexico?" The answer was-heon rampant, the statoainan who has
the presenl dlstrosslnB condition of] "No oflllolal knowledge In the Depart- weathered the storm successfully
British Columbia.   A widespread and'ment." and who now stands head and should-
.wakened public sentiment will     \u approximate lose annually of a ers above his compeerB Is tho Hon. "W
,c an efficient, strong, govern-[quarter   of   a million dollars te   anlj. BowBer—the next premier of Brit,
capable ol Bteerlng a straight alarmingly serious  situation.   Over-;lah Columbia.    Hts tar-slghted sagac
i toward solvency, balanced bud-1 hipping of officials, n perBlBtenl man- Ity and courage nre still outstandlni
disappearing deficits ami a sul-|no.. 0[ decentralising the managementifoaturea of his perBonallty  and am
ot Uie road and the utter Incapacity pie evidence of this wns scon at the
of those holding  high positions linve time of tho by-election when Mr. \V..l-
ull been factors In bringing thla dis-1linger, (our present member, was eleo-
and prospective defeat upon thai ted.     He is lo he esteemed for Im
present Liberal Government. personal character, and forget not nl-
A change of government was never .8° •*«* his own constituents in Vane-
more urgently needed in li. C, than °uver have consistently shown their
it is at tho present time. Where does appreciation of his qualities by ret-
the poor returned soldier stand'.y way ,li,,ll|R blm as their member for up-
of preference iu the staffing of the »"* of twenty years. Through all
departments and the unemployment tliesP lo"B strenuous years, despite
bureaux? Both premier Olive: nnd j the abuse and mudsllnglng of the op
Mr. Manson promised faithfully -bat position, and tl
d women who am eligible must register none can vote unless they are
registered. Workers iu the cause
must Interest ihu women In tbo coming contest. Victory for the Conservative cause of better government
cannot bo won without the women's
wholehearted .support. We must have
the good sense to make them partners
In the great political struggle which
is pending. An army of volunteer
workers can effect tremendous influence in shaping tho judgment of the
electors. We await tho decision of
tho people confident that they will declare strongly tor a change, and that
Mr. Ilowser will go back to vower
With u virile cabinet and a working
majority of members In the house.
KOOTENAY ORCHARD
SCHOOL REPORT FOR
MONTH OF FEBRUARY
And That's Mint
Customer: "I would like to get
'Where The Swanee Plows.' "
Dumb Dan: "Ludy, this is a music
store, not a tourist's ticket olllce."
MONTHLY REPORT FROM
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL
FOR FEBRUARY
Grade V.—Mary Richmond, Ueorge i
Atchison. I
Orade IV. Senior.—Frank Hern, Jay.!
Stone.
Grade IV. Junior.—Charles Atchison.
Grade 111, — Rose Noyce. George
Noyce, Hypolito Ruault,
Grade 11.—Itlu Sakata, May Stone,
John Richmond.
Orade I. —Mabel Suktila, Jack Lau-
gln, Evelyn Hern, Ernest Ruault, Ta-
kjihlro Myasakt.
Absent i'nmi examinations through
sickness; Evelyn Gartslde. Bddio Gart-
-side, Bertha Qartolde, Marlon Richmond.
VY1NNHHUBD   MP PITT,  Teacher.
. oIlPSIS OF
Hit!
i*
JEliU
PRE-EMPTIONS
VaclEnt.       mm. TViid,       Burveysil
Crown luiiElu niEiy '••■ > ompteil bs
Urutih BubjEiiitEi ovor . i ..'-Era of eesee,
.nil by alien*, on cleclarinK intention
iu becomo bnii^li nubjaota, conditional oimii roaidiinco. occupiEtlon
.md Imuvovomonl tor afrlcultuml
purpoaoa.
Si
IIIVI8IUN I.   Qrililo ■<>.
Honor llnll
,„„l  Torm.   Barbara  Worthing,
.■il in
N"
:• alnca the t'ii-
,N..rili America
dgn of taxation
iriao uml tha
[ltlsU Columbia
cosbIvo as dm'-
00 YOU
NEED CARPETS?
IF SO
Don't Fail To Sec, Tlio
BIG 22
At once, ns tliey have a small
■shipment of CARPETS & RUGS
of various sizes and excellent
quality, at prices away less than
Hiat at which Carpets were ever
sold In Cranbrook
LIBRARY SUITE
$64.00
It's a Bargain!
THE BIG 22
Armstrong Ave.      Phone 522
Act In im;; has t
ovor Industrial *
common people i
been so supromel
ing the last few years.
The shackles ot taxation which we
have crippling Industry In this province ami keeping out all prospective
capital anxious to come In, must he
removed. ,So too must tho burden of
taxation upon the people In general
be considerably lightened. Tho taxpayers should Inslfll at the approaching election ol pinning down each and
every candidate ot whatever party to
a policy uf rigid economy, so that
member of parliament would disco**.
his popularity and strength, not in the
.mere fact of spending public money,
been the habit, but tn
irious agencies em-
■natlng him    in    the
as has hither
refusing Lo hi
Let us tuk
investment i
In the P.G.E,
(Minted   were
id it.
a glance al tlie huge
of public fundB lied up
.B. railway. Figures here
re lablcd by Hen. Dr. Mc
ho legislature at Victoria
iber.: Total investment amounts in no less than $42,340,527;
Railway operating expenses for tbe
year ending June 30th Inst, are given
as $007,803, wltl
$437,017, leaving
ot $230,780.
Ettrly   last  November   Mr.   Eellng
this  preference should  be  given   toployed for un
those who went and did their bit. And , P»Mlo eye. bis political star will con*
many a returned man. married untl jtlnne to rlso. Mr. Bowser. who
With a family, enfeeble 1 with the wear has Proved nh abil,t>* to P*pple With
tear and strain of war service Willi1"8 ■»* financial problems, at the
remember this shoddy treatment by !»»*«• of m,r wxi government, with a
the Oliver government when polling volume of "new blood" in his minis-
day arrives. \tvy, will satisfy tbe crying demand for
In "strong government." The prov-
..._e seems sick of the extravagance
of the Oliver government; the McRae
movement seems due for a shipwreck;
A "third party" has arrived uponl"
the scene.   There is "no salvation" inj
this "third .party"   Under our system
of government, third parties have only
been irritants and stumbling blocks.
they have never developed  coustru
ton, Muriel Worthington, Porcy North.
Fii..i Torm.   Doris Eley, Nooch Tito,
John Pascuzzo
Grade II.
Second   Torm.    Annie  Berkln,   Uly
WhPe, Ronnie Coleman.
Perfect Attendance
Mabel Atkinson, Eddie lrwln, Cl r
tee Barrett, Annie Berkln, Joey Her-
kin. Rosie Blofare, MlmJ Blofare, Carl
Brennan, Ronnie Coleman, Margaret
Dalzlel, Doris Eley, Dolly Johns, Jolando .Magro, Percy North, Edythe
Wei!.-, John pascuzzo, Albert Russell,
Nooch Tito. Eddie Walsh, Lily White,
Robert White. Clyde Williams, Franklin Woods. Bernard Pelkey.
Percentage D2.8
E. N, SING. Teacher! |
Honor Kail. Division II. g
Grade I. Junior g
Volda Coleman. Muriel Miller, Eddie 11
Woods, Camilla Romano. |
Grade I. Senior. |
Helen Ukralntz, Walter Cox. Agnes |
Moore, Angelina Blefare. |
Grade II. Junior. %
Billy McNeil.   Frank  Blefare.  Mary)|
Cameron, Walter Collings. ~
Ported Attendance
i    Grade 1, Junior.—Alex Blefare, Cn
Indigestion, Gas,
Upset Stomach
instantly!  "1'U]I«'n   lllu|H'iisli>"
Corrects Nltiiunrli so
Meals   Digest
full
■V   ,i.l ll.     ilEK    H»'
jiiiiIb, Vlcior'n, in
inir.iinl ABiiiit,
liicirilii   will   Ieei
nil.   I..i,.| miluilil,.
llll ...,s,    ,,||,1    \EllM
■',., i'iu'e-'.iew «    i ,
■llil.llnlia
''..  . t ElllUI
: y 'I"
■ i Hi
Tlio mutiiout you cat a tul.K't of
"Papo's Diapepsiu" your IndlReBtlon
la gono. No nunc diBtroeH (rom ie
iscur, aclii. upset stomach. No flat
j ulonco, heartburn, palpitation or
misery-malting gaases. Correct your
(iipostion for a few cents. Each package giiiEritnteeil hy druggist to over
come atom.vch trouble.
Ik
ull!
for pro-i mptlona or,
„,1 io Hi..  Liind Coin-
i... e.„..i ii c-ortll.EH I"
nppllod fin
IllllllltllllllllllllltllllllllllllltlllllllllllllUlllllllllllltllllllllllllltlllillUI
I Dine With Us I
at the
lasl Novci
und yet we need a change.     Tbe log-Unllla Romano,    Herbert   Berrlngton
.leal thing to do is to follow the leadtMurlU Miller, Velda Coloman.
l""-'    of Ontario and Prince Edward Island    Grade I. Senior.—Angelina Blefare
live nollcles.   They are characterized\mA onCQ (1R.lin |)U, into omt,p ,n, Br-Ugnos Moore, Paul Sollckl, Walter Cox
as  being  without  parliamentary  ex- ticlent and strong government
nerience and extravagant both in crl |„1(1 premler*liip of Mr. Bowser.    Briticism and policy when put Into pow-|tl8ll  Columbia needs » Conservative
government  to regain the  confident
of tho big financial  bouses  who
as witness   Ontario, Manitoba and
ue  placed at i Alberta.
irattng deficit I    in a very brief space of time   the
debt of Ontario increased by $45,000,-
iuany  max  Novcroiwr   Mr.   Esllng' 000.  In B.C. at the present time there, eminent
asked the Hon. The Minister of Rail-1la an example of the extravagant crl- return of
wnv*    ll>n    fnllmultur    rn.BBttf.il     "Wbfln I Hnltam   iinl.ili'..,!   hi   llV   ttio   "llllrd   naV-ITi
ways the following uuestlon. "Whenj ticisni Indulged ln by the
I did A. B. Buckworth  resign  as gen
now retarded from investment by the
terrific taxation of the present gov-
Thls alone can Insure the
move general prosperity.
In order to reach this objective,    m*.
must get Into harness and work. Men'
under! Philip Rombough, Eddie Woods, Mar
'guerite Pelkey. Mtlllcont Pelkey.
uie II. Junior.—Edwin Berrlngton, Frank Blefare. Walter Collings.!
Jainoa Haley. Billy McNeil. Eileen
Pantllng. Harry Sollckl. Freddie Shaw.
Mary Cameron. Tony Costello, Agnes
Moore.
Percentage 92.13
dm p.Jl?n .UH.     ,t Hn gghlvl slon.
I. M. FLEURY, Teacher.
Victoria
Caie
W.EASAST SfKKOl'XDlMiS
SKKV111-:   IXSllll'ASSKl)
HOME  COOKED  FOOD |
AFTER THEATRE OU DANCE
PARTIES   CATERED  TO
Phone 77
vision, lu which lit
in situated, nnd in.' muiic nn iirinieu
forms, copies u( who ■! i un '»■ ob*
inlnod from Iho Und Commissioner
Pre-emptions unci i ni-i.-d m.
five years nnd Improvamonta modi
to value of $10 por ncru, inciudiim
clearing and cu.»lvutiuB at least tl\«
acres befnre a Crown Grant can nt
received.
For more detailed Information ne«
Lbe Bulletin "How !>■ Pre-empi
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, uot i> log UmberUuMl
for agricultural purpose ; m nlniuin
prion of flrat-elaaa (arable) laud Is %i
per acre, and second class tgrnslngj
land (2.60 per acre. Further information regarding pureh im1 or ipnit
of Crown lands is given in Bulletlt
No. io, Land Serlet*. "Purchase and
Lease of ■ Irown Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
lim'ier land, net oxceedlng -10 acres,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment oi
stumpage.
HOMESITE   LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, not exceodlng 2C
aere!*, may be teased to- homesltea
conditional  upon   a  dwelling   being
elected lu the first year, title being
obtainable after residence and im
provement conditions are fulfilled
and land has been surveyed,
LEASES
For grazing mid   Industrial     purposes areas not exceeding G4o acre«
may  bi   leased   by  one   person  or  a
company.
GRAZING
Under tlm Grazing Act the Prov*
Ince In divided into grazing district!
nnd tin? rango administered under ^i
Grazing       C< mmissioner.      Annual
grazing perm Its are issued based on
numbers ranged, pricrlty Kdnp niven
io established owners. Stock-owneri
i    nmy   form    associations     for    ratiK*
|   management.   Free, or partially fro.
tasssBS-9}. Friday. .Hiiivli 7th, 1021
TIIE  CRANBBOOK   HKRAr,n
PAGE T1IBEE
 iHWa-Zrisr-
Chew it after
every meal
Federal Oil Lease
Prosecutors
It stimulates
appeilte ami
aids digestion.
It nia.'.'c. yoar
food do you more
flood, tittle how
It relieves tb&t slutly Iceling
alter hearty e»t:ny.
Ions Icelli,
etens
n*ii nnd
It's tlte ji'Hioy
thnt
1     C°B^^0^    ^
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by pro?, aovt-)
Materi'lty and Cunerai  Nursing
Terms Modtn ...
MILS. A. CJUWFOitl),  Matron.
Garden Avenue       -   I'liono 2i,M
W
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FBOH
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE   10
>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
JOHN QARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
Fall Line of  Wall l'Bper
In Slock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Pbon. 40S at .11 hours
I'HANBHOOK     ■     •     ■     B.C.
ATi-E£V<
***...******************** COLONIZATION SCHEMES
WINDERMERE    j
::   DISTRICT NOTES •■
HAV BRING RIe.IIT CLASS
OF EMIGRANTS TO ll.C.
1- -I--I-1 ■ 11 ; 1111 i l ]
(Special to the Herald)
[nverm.ro, Feb. ^7.—Lasl week thi-
store of the Fairmont Trading Co., at
Fairmont Hot Springs. ,vas broken
into anil some goods removod. Suspicion rests on some young indian
boys and it is quite likely that arrests
Will follow.
,* Europeans Being Interested in
Farm Lands in Various 1'nrts
nf Province
—A   vi;;,
runs
n ti
lers    to
pa
pie the agri-
res trlbu
ary
o the Paclfli
th Rail
i lieing laun-
provincl
'ernment, un-
lb.
,1   1)   Mc
"If tbe Pm Ifle Gn d    .
n ity la i v. r Io be a llmificlal
and i ■   -■■ li   he a bui
payi    , rn alar trail ■
|x ! ror i>." Ktalen tbe mini iter of rall-
r   ■■      '"I:.. I    can brought
minister
!•:. J. Bouquet or NelBon, the football player, had the misfortune while
on his way last month from lhe Phoenix group or mines, to be overtaken
by severe weather and suffered the
freezing of hla feet. Ho has beon eon'
lined to the hospital here for sunn1 time
but Is now so far recovered as In be a,,° M
near the discharge point "'        l,lc» tho '""
in turn
Conrad  .Cain   the   intrepid Alpln.   be walatai]    Rial
guide from Wilmer, hae boen engaged ul     "
l,y Uio Dominion Oovornmenl   Katie ,,:i   :       |)rovl    '
nai Parks branch to secure live mar- kel   ""'  ""'   pi    u'
ten ror them.   He lefl this week for "'
Banff In order to gol Ills final limtruc-
9 fAin-oc^gTaCt^l
At last President Coolldge found
two attorneys the senate was willing to accept as Federal Counsel
to p>osecute investigation of the
naval oil reserve land leases.
Owen J. Roberta te from Philadelphia, and Atlee Pomerene is a
former Democratic Senator from
Ohio.
mi!*- .-<
tfH*?3£$8
Is What They All Say about
FRAME'S
BREAD     pres — cake
nml l'ASI 1,'V
PHONE 87
AMI  WE  WILL  CALL
The Home Bakery
Nomina tu:
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HlliailllllillllliEElllllllliiiltlliililitliiilliliiiiaiiiitliiii.iiiinill.'iai1-:
ANNOUNCEiVtENT ':
C  Joe Bros.
LAMES' * GENT'S TAILORS   jjj
Bog   to   announce   to   their
many former lady patrons Uiat I
they are again making a spot
tally or I
LAPIE9' TAILORING
Your Patronage is Invited     □
GenUomen'i SnlN
Dlnde To Order J
The Very Luteal Stylos
:   Cleaning * Pressing   : I
C. JOE BROS. I
ORANBROOK stiikkt I
Opposite Bauk nt Commerce :-:
I'.o. lim am
O
MnEIMNUHUMillllllllEltElHIIIIIIII""   '' illlinillll!.'IIIIOIIUIIII!)iU
.Vfffffffffffffjvfff.
FORT STEELE
NCTES
VAV^WAVW.VAVVwJ
i invitation dance was glvoti at
Imperial Note!, on the 29th, by
H. Warden. A most enjoyable
was Bpenl by the largo company
Hiss Vnnle Wirth returned home
lasl week from Spokane, where she
':.- - b   n spending the winter.
Tbe - rlki   vat  called off on  Mon*
day.     The men were getting restless
■ sti let. so ll was decided to
ui return to work,
Mr J Weiso la rortunate In dlspos-
In of bis Btore which waa bought last
week foi iter i hop.
. I q crop is being pul up at last.
H . ■ ■ Iqte In the season, bul better
I late than never. h is being taken
from the SI   Mary's River '
s    The flal lo the Kootenay bridge is
■  rlble condition, and se-
■ I    broken
Othei ■ In  the West-
i ' .is bad shape,
■ department do
i ready to do anything to firs
thi
Hr.nitinnl, tin).      The prise Jersey
h      recentlj   pi onented to tho Cuban
governmi nl   bj   Lieutenant-Governor
■: will oliortly be shipped from
the Drove Farm.
Toronto, Ont,   The number of cattle
orini       bom  aboul  normal, and
with .1 BuflU'fcnry ol grain and abun-
;.• idi n thoj are llke-
lj   to '"* carried  through  the  winter
In  good  gem ral < ondll on,  sflys  the
weel      report of the Ontario depart
in. ni .ii agi li nl ure   There is atlll an
md foi fai ni holp, farmers
in man) diet! off) rli i   $300   to
■ |i o vi | ■■ board, eti , for i om*
ii.'Ie ni men
is. Mr, Kiiin was to have been one
of the party who was ihis year to have
it temp ted the ascent of Mount Logan
in the north and it is understood that
thai undertaking lias been Indefinitely
postponed.
•Y quiet wedding was solemnized al
the vicarage hero this week when Rev.
P. B. Atkinson united Mr. Arthur Ernest Moran and Miss Minnie Unsworth
Horry, both of Flrlands. Mra, Berry
only arrived from the Old Country
some time about Christmas on nn extended visit to her relative, Mrs. John
McCulluogh.
The Agi nt-Oenerul  In .     ■■.. ill
carry on publlcltj   . .  i.
Intending settlors with full
tlon regarding avi liable li and the
provincial governmenl will also si li
tho Resistance of the I) unlnli n De*
partmenl or Immigration and Colonization in promoting the i etl I em en I
scheme.
Mon. T.N M. Pattullo, minister of
lauds, has been advised by Agent-General Wade that Dutch emigration associations are prepared to purchase
200,000 acres In the Sluarl i ike country on the same terms anil conditions
jaa wore offered to the British governmenl by Mr. Pattullo eotm- time ago.
I h will bo recalled thai tho minister
;oi* lands had ihis area cnrefully sur-
jveyod and classlfiod with a view to
settlement, The offer |0 tho Brlilsh
government wns ti> dispcae of tho trad
al tho classified price, the proceeds to
be devoted to tho construction of roada
'and bridges nml such itevi lopmonl ne
falls within governmental scope,
'last summer by Sir John Pitkn on behalf of u party or Eathonlaua aud Sir
John now advises Mr. Pattullo that
he will shortly leave Europe I'm- Von-
derhoof with a Btnall group or Estho-
nian runners. Sir John hopes lliese
will be the forer n rs of several hundred ramllles of hard-working aettlora
ihould   prove a   great  asset   to
T^i
peal Happenings
Mra   ,i   Non
i.mm ra at per
the week end,
wiii, relatives over
having heen made
A complete set or pews, made o
Coast fir has been added to the.furnil
ure of Chrlsl Church, also a communion rail, the latter being presented hy
tho Loyal Orange Lodge of the district. A handsome christening font, being constructed of local partl-colored
stones and ores, and has a wonderful-1
ly handsome appearance. Tho money!
for this was raised by tbe children of
the Sunday School. Mr. A. O. Cuthbert has presented riddels of fumed
oak. and an elaborately curved panel
of tbe same material tp go above the
altar. All the work was carried
through by Mr, Cuthbert during le:K-
ure moments extending over the evenings of the last two winters. The simplicity of  design  at   once  strikes  .he  HrI,ish ,'",,"1,,,iit The Hoy .Scout  District Comtni
1 Hon. T. M. Pattullo, minister of or, Major M. B. Micks, has been ud.
lauds, has cabled to Agent-General vised by tho provincial (.dice that thi
Wade suggesting Llial emigrants from B.C. Si out President, J. Ross Suther-
the Hebrides be directed lo tho Queen land will be paying a visit i«
Charlotte Islands The llebrldeans thla city to lnspocl the local troop
■*"*"'""    ——~ jnre itshormen and small rarmera who [sometime during the month.     Mr. Su
Klngsvllle,  Ont*—Two hundred   to- should feel absolutely al homi  on the thorland  has just returned  from Ot
O. J. Spreull returned thla week
from a business trip of a week or so
' tho Coast, crossing over to Victoria.
Mrs. K M. MacPherson returned at
the beginning of the week from a rl.
ill i f six weeks or so with her mother
■■ii Winnipeg,
■fas. Martin made trip lo Valik on
Tuesday -ii'ier the flro there, in connection wiih insurance adjustments,
Martin Bros,' companies carrying a
good deal of the insurance curried by
tho losers in the conflagration.
The Annual Meeting of the Malcolm
Ilorlo Improvement Dlstrlcl was held
'iii February 27th. The trustees ro-
lortod tho payment ou Conservntl
I'-i.nd  h
the Financial roporl as presented
showed their affair:; in good condition
wiiii a new dam and flume completed
and In good shape to care For Hie Irrigation needs, of the company. After
llsi usslon ou what notion the truslei
MuniM take on water users who were
in arrears the meeting unanimously
passed resolutions calling on tho au-
pi rlntondcnl and trustees to refuse
wilier and shut, off tlm Intake on ail
-ml: until paid up. and pledging the
supporl of the ratepayers on such nc-
li ni. Nominations ror trustees are
ailed for March lr.tli.
thero are nlreai .  .   n imber ot ■ i
uiries From Cranbrook and 11
foi* house.- ; nt for   the
mouths there.
Receiving   word  of  lhe    eath  ol  i
brother-in-law aboul ro ir >
afternoon, Mrs. Simon  Taj
Monday evening ror Sufflel I. Al
to he present al the
moral
lv   lv   Stl
EVaM
Dl Pernio ee. i [i
city lor ;,
ay o
• tw - -: i    nil
EVEiOlt,  ill   Cl
	
Ion iv Hi thi  di   '
the dlepom
Ol   1
..  Mu   Ion ilil'a Gr ■■
iiry Btock l
i .!. ■
i".- Oui :   tlTB    ■
Mr   Mel,
an,
ontnu'toi   . :   i-'.nii,'.
was in the
city
'"1 .1       	
Eycek-enil 1
IS|„,
Ine llio :
olllce <>r Hi.
Dlvl
sioll   K|:
C P ll   tor
sola.
..■■. tlon housi
llltl IlllOli   lo
creel
this EEpriiiK,
.1   E  KenneElj    led
I'alnary  >■.],. i,   i .    ,. ■:
conference of :      ■
burenii men in tin   wi
on  WoiliiesiIa.E    ol   li
Kenntily lias bi >n qb!
to the progrnm ol tl
t   Willi
nferei   i  .
McGill University
MOXTBEAl
MUSIC
I nu ual l -Mill Examinations
In   Music
. .   :.a ■: [nations  will  be
■   May  7th.   and
. itioue during May
various i enters thrums, open
I teach en    the
nai ■■:■-
■      ■ ■   II ;    .    ■
.. to t! e diploma
which,
■    . il uili .. ■   oal
ire  recog-
•      .. glu si
■
ilioti  "■ gai dlnR the
to fa
nd  application
be h td bj applying dl-
, of i lie Pacul-
■ M QUI LTnlvei sit)  or
■.  0  !■; Bo*a er,
B. C
I tune.       for    lhe     1 Mi'iiinathni*.
-hi'tiM  It -enl   tn-inn-   \\,r\\   l*J
GIRLS1 1! UR CROWS
1 HICK AM) BEAUTIF0I
S5c "Iijiii'liriiii-" lines Wonders
for Lifeless, Neglected Hnir
s discuss
•nl strike
i few aspe '
lis distrii t with
. i'.-i|it
beholder.   The panel is enclosed in aj
border    or    runic characters.        Tli
words "Holy. Holy. Holy" extend nc
ross the Full inner space.
Lewis   Voder   :■■■;  i rlj
was detained    si    Baroi      UU   I
.veek, being suspected of
dieyed  ijiinnnMi:i	
?ard to diphtheria       He
staying al his sister's home
when the house was pul
hut   Mr,   Voder  had  an
till at a dance at Bare
was detained In quarantine a -
The   p.. ft]   | ....
secured for pn ■■■ ' '   I
A gleamy mass
of luxuriant hair
full of gloss, lustre and life shortly follows a
genuine toning up
■i  of neglected
B* alps    with  dependable    "Dau-
derine"
Falling     hair,
ately
■ r ■    ing hair is
-.■.: --   en   new
: - and youthful beauty.
u.    ■ Ighttul un the hair;
;,   stimulating   tonic—not
bacco growers recently convened hero Queen Charlotte Islands, where con- lawn where be has taken   a   special | Hun b. the junior pas) grand, a cotla
for the purpose of forming nn organ- dlttons are similar   to   those   ot   the'course and intends to tour the prov- and jewel appropriate
ization to be known as the Canadian western islands or Scotland, except
Tobacco Improvement Association and!that the climate of Ihe Pacific Islands
having for Its object  the solution of is more kindly and the soil much more
problems connected with the trade
An endeavor will he made by the newly Formed Association to hold "tobacco fairs" annually.
fertile. Alberta received several hundreds of rtebrtdean settlers last year
aud that province is calling ror more
or the same type.
luce on a trip of inspection.      It is la  mark of their appri
likely that a public meeting will be
arranged at the time of his visit here
and lo develop if possible further interest fn the scout work. Fuller announcement of the visit of the Chief
C mmlssioner is made elsewhere.
work on behalf cf rh" lodge
the chairs.    The jewel has
ably engraved, and the gifts are
Forwarded to the lodge In Ne*
where Tie will be visiting for pn
tion.
MONUMENTS
MKFBBU   *   ^ITinil
K'i.M JtEYlMJ.   CO.
IfelMfl
Preparing for Summer Heat
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss £  Vilnius
AkimiIs for Hani and Soil Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specially.   Excellent Warehousing,
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.r.K. DEPOT
IVIi'iiliiini' !!,'!
MINARD'S LINIMENT %&
Kins of Pain
Tit dd reliable nmtJtJst RhtumaHm nml Ntsnltk, St
Swltlni, nj any sort .er./ Utuitti
RELIEVED Till, i'.mn
Mm [luili TutkiiiKidii. U Truf itst.ir St., St ThofflM, Ont. "My Brtmlitwlher m
K'lljjttl lorhriitiin.ti-.in ,iml n-Jtl I II mc (nun iny [i'iijimjiis tn Kn n. llu>.Iieiij.
I o"'i M. "ji. I.I e i     I  . i. ..if,ii ii II r.    ,il .;..i.„,.| | i,.ji.,1 rla.it .J-HtiEli,
CvllU*»tliEiirHli»il.iW¥...|,|>.i.. |i nu.1,.,1   I.i.i.Ji, .....„.|., w(|k .1,, I ,nn..-iil ,,„,) ft
•f>P»«Ji*«»'»!-• I>e*l-it.11 wi* ver;/.uuih .dlL,ti^l tot.«-ll-w.justly ilrri.c^,-,1 iti. // *  .
Minard's Liniment Company   i£$fX77^\\ { I
Llmliol
*• VAMMOimi
NOVA SCOTIA
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment lent to ui to b*
Cleaned or Dyed is glv«n
Our Utmost Care.
Our kursrle-ifc* of tbe builnest
ig your aanurance of latlfifactlon
btre.   Phone, acd we will call.
or bring ut your work.
We Cla*fl  and  Dye Everything.
PIIOVK   |57
WHY OPERATE ?
IPPI Mill HIS. DAM,
STONES,   toma. b stul liv.-r
...  HEPATOL'
do. - ■ b k   ■'   -...- out pain
ami no ri=k of ynur li      nor
tlmi      eoXTAIXS
\n  POISON
■: -   Sold   13)   Drags il
MliS. GEO. S. ALIUS
Si le Manufacturer
i.'m Pourlli tie. s_   Phone I-.V.
stSKITIIIlV
Eli.Ml    I'iirnl poll
.'. eenti f\irn
ift Off-No Pain!
i
^
PUREST ice from the spnrklinjr dcpbhfl of Uio clearest watett fount! In wariteni C3anada--tbat te whnt the Canadian Pacific wants when II places
it* contract each year for Ice to lupnly cars, hotelfl and station cafes on it* lines. Hundreds of iiu-n and teams are employed for thm
particular work, and thousands of tons of Ice are cut, and hauled within a few weeks. In preparation for the huge supply needed during the
Hummer months, the Canadian Pacific haa already stored vast quantWoa along the main line. Manitoba'* supply is cot nt Ulto Winnipeg,
where 14 teama and 30 men aro employed.   They succeed in taking out njipmxiniotrly 16,000 Uinn, equal to 450 cwloadi. Regina and HOOM Jaw,
ai well at other points in Saskatchewan, receive their quota from Kepiim BeeKJt 31 miles north of Recina City. 	
KeiUi, on the Bor river, Alberta, supplies ic« for Canadian Hiwific. use in Calgary and JeUlmoaloa.  The nictuns show Uh. aysUm fulluwcd
tetaato<lsaatvarkttSBoatai*U»-w*i.       - .. .-, I     ^-4J      .
i m'l hurl mi" in'!   Drop a intlo
i ."'   mi ;in aohlog corn,   in-
Hlantly thai corn stops hurtiiiK. than
shortly yuu llfl it off with fliiRors.
Your drugglsl sells a tiny bottle nf
"Freetono" for a row cents, lufflolont
in remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn botwoon tho toot, and tho foot
: oallnsos, without loreneu or IrrUa*
tlon. JPAGB   FOUR
TIER   CRANBROOK   HKRALB
Friday, Mardi "lit, 1024
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Delay in Carln
for POOR UB
Expensive
i
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I
I
I
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nomy |
becoming faulty
sight, aid.
e NOW time      the
when you Cirst realize thai your vision iti
is the time ynu should come to us for
and satisfactorily
TO THE TEST.
Wee arc here to help you qtlicklj
HE KNOW >Vf. IAN — IT I   I
RAWORTH BROS.
O.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR
NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE
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Cbe Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Friday
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The Royal Commission on pulpwood
WILL HOLD
Public Hearings
IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER
City Hall Cranbrook, March 10th
| Sessions nl 10.80 n.m. uml '-'.Ml p.in. 1
|      Tlie Commission Invites All Inloroslcil to Attenil nnd Testify. |
I E. H. FINLAYSON, Secretary      |
iiiiiiltiiicaitiiliilliliC3iiiiiiiiiiiic3iiiiiiiiriii<aiiiaifitiji*ra[i4iiiti(i"-ic3ijtiiiiTiri[catiiiiiiiiiiii:3itiiitiiitiirai]iiciii]iiic3iiiiiiii[iticaiiiii>i)nilcatuil*.lliiiis
The Co-Operative
M,   A
homo ul
:. i •■
ectlon, which they sel for some time In Mny. On
i the other hand, Premier Oliver Bays there will be
of lhe presenl revlsior.uo election mi Ihe bai ■■■■
of the voters'lists.    So there you are.    Buttlv
~ man in thestreel mlghi be permitted to ask »„,.,
92,00 Por I i'iii-   . ,,.'.,..
tin 11 was iiu1 object iu bringing on tho court nl
■evision earlier than usual, with the clangei of
tors wlio could not
Ihousan
ached in time to
E'lii,.,.„..,. ;,.siifji.ii thai ii
gave tin; word, all would
pul 1
! II   pOlitl
that wh
be in real
Half Oal. Soalers, Pure llonej
Dried Sliced PeacheB, 5 lb  Ba
Apple Butter, 1 Ib. Class	
Crape Fruits Hearts, tins ....
Poara' Soap 	
Crystal While Soap 	
Canned Tomato
$1.25
1.00  1
 25c  \
40c
:: tor 25c  t
18 tor 1.00  I
0 for 1.00
THE OLD-NEW FAIR GROUNDS
Public opinion would be well advised uot
in form a snap judgment on Hit' outcome thus
far of the Provincial Party charges which a royal commission has l>i"jn investigating. They
were thoroughly broadcasted all over the province by the medium of the "Searchlight," and attempts were made to ram liiu, gulps of miasmic
I charges down the throats of the electorate by orient crusaders for the new party, so that nat-
irally ii should be expected that the results of
he commission's findings will be equally well
.own. is it iu be another ease of how
ks from llltle acorns grow? Were the
of fraud and deceit based originally on some small errors of judgment which the
lapse of time, ami the introduction of new motives caused to be magnified inio the sinister char-
iges thai ure now being disproved? When tile
I commission hands down its whitewash reflorl
there will In all likelihood be those who will say
' llial the whole tiling was engineered by the government or the Conservativi
new party.   'Twas ever thus.
to discredit the
The strike is over, lint   it   should   not   belr
thought that the I.W.W. will thus capitulate and ti
surrender the East Kootenay district 10 their;"
larch-enemies, the lumber operators.   The strike'
  j made !
The acquisition of the fair grounds jointly greal i
by two bodies that have proved in the pasl that charge
they can put them to proper use, should be regarded as a forward sIcje tor Ihu city and district.
Presumably safeguards will In' taken thai no
entanglements such as those which seemed]
to wrap themselves round the earlier transaction
ensue now, so lhat with the proper measure of
public support accorded them, the grounds
should be regarded in tlie light, of an asset to the
community iu general. The celebrations which
Cranbrook has endeavored to put on in the past
few years have labored heavily with tlio handicap of tiie grounds question as an uncertain element, which is now removed It should now be
possible to red ink the dales of Cranbrook's big
holiday events, the Veterans' Day, May 24th, and
the fall fair date, for "     '    '   " ' L'-..i..,..
and look forward to them with the oertaln know-luaillcl  """l ->	
ledge that Cranbrook will be At Home to the <"' ""'"' in iUI>' v'a>'- stePs ,mlst be taken by ,h
entire East Kootenay district on those occasions. Government to declare the status of the l.W .W.
There will be those who will go round with their »s '"' "**-«a. body in this country if il is desired
figurative hammers and knock the scheme, pre-f "vokl a">' tutulT conflicts on a larger scale
dieting failure for everything  pul on there, he-|tk'" the episode just closed.
cause it is not their own particular choice for]
grounds, because it is up on a hill, or some other
reasons.     But Cranbrook will have no cause to
regret tlie acquisition of tlie fair grounds at this
time.      And, Mr. Burdened Ratepayer, please
note that it has heen done without lbe customary
preliminaries of wailing ou the cily council and
asking for assistance.      But you cannot please
everybody, and  it is altogether likely thai there
will be some who will criticise on tlie ground
that the city has no finger in It.
Sutiiriliiy, March *-
LET.THB WICKED  FORSAKE HIS
WAV.   iinrl tin; unrighteous. 1111111 his
I thoughts; mul lot him return unto the
Loril. ami lu, will have mercy iipEEii
mil to nur God, tor he will abundantly pardon—Isaiah. 55:7.
+   +   +
Siniiliiy, MiiitIe 0
IN THM BEGINNING was the Word
anil tin' Word Evas with God, anil the
Word was God.   All things were made
l.y him: anil without him was not any-
IK   111
,!,' lhat was mode.—John 1
Tlltir
"- """-'   ,, ,       , arch-enemies, the luinner opeiatuio,    . ..^ —..-- Wednesday, nnrcii i-'
iterans' Day, May 24th, and because the I.W.W. failed to penetrate the THE ,,1!nT „,, rm.: spirit is i.
r the Agricultural Society, . .„ wllk.h allowed no recognition ,oy, peaM, longsutrerlng, gentle...
Hem with the certain know- '""        ,      otens must be taken by the gosdne**,   (aim.   mcokness,   lemi
tgS^S
'Tom OurExchan^s
NOTE    AND    COMME N T
Tho political prognosticators at the coast
with their ears close to the ground, claim to dis*
Hnguisl. the rumble of a coming    provincial el-
'( _
TO CHECK MUMCUU1 OVERLAPPING
lu Quebec machinery te being provided to clicoli tho
which Incompetence und extravagance among
municipal officials tend to create. A bill tor this purpose
lms been Introduced in the Provincial Legislature. It
provides for thu appointment of auditor Inspectors to
examine t li<_- books ol municipalities to [ind out It the laws
regarding tho duties ot officials are being observed. The
I'lu'i it. properly exercised, Bhould prove salutary. There
Is greal waste In municipal expenditure iis is evidenced,
in part, by the constant increase In n
Colonist
+   +   +
Mdiiiliu. srureli lu
NOT to ileal thy bread to the
.-, and that thou bring tlie poor
re cast out to thy house, when
eeesl the naked, that thou cover
and that thou hide not thyself
hlne own flesh?—Ualafi S8;7.
r    +    +
Tuesday, March 11
ART MY i.A.Vi'. 0 Lord: and
Lord will  lighten  my darkness,
by thee  1  have run  through a
i: bj my Ood have I leaped over
IL—2 Samuel 22:29,30.
+   +   +
Uo.liii-.tlny. .March 13
lovo
less,
toknegs,   temper
such there Is no law.—
+ + +
Xliursilny, March i:t
IP YE FULFIL the royal law according to the Scripture, Thou shall love
thy neighbor as thyself, ye do well:
but if ye have respect to parsons, ye
commit sin. and are convinced of the
law ::< transgressors.—James 2:S,9.
+
Priday
A NEW COMMANDMENT 1 give unto
you, Thai ye lovo ono another as I
have loved yon; that ye also lo\o one
another. By this shall all men know
that ye are my disciples, if ye have
love ono lo another.—John 13:84,85.
Madison Square Garden in N. Y.
s already undergoing repairs in
preparation for the Democratic
National Convention in June.
 , eft,*       '
FAST DIRECT SERVICE
CHICAGO TO JASPER
IN SUMMER SCHEDULE
Chicago.—As a result of the recent
visit to Chicago or Sir Henry Thornton, president of the Canadian National Railways, announcement is made of
a more direct route between Chicago,
the oast and south and the Canadian
Rock ies a nd the British Columbia
.•oast. The Canadian National Railways, in conjunction with the Chicago
and .North Western Railway, will establish on Saturday, June 7th. through
service between Chicago and Winnipeg, and Jasper National Park, the
largest national park in the Dominion
of Canada and where the railway company operates a high class hotel.
Tho Introduction of tills service will
mark the Inauguration of the first
through service between Chicago,
Winnipeg, and the Canadian Rockies.
West of Winnipeg the "Continental
Limited." the crack daily transcontinental train of the Canadian National
Railways will be used. Between Chicago and Duluth tho route will bu via
the Chicago and North Western Railway, and between Duluth. Winnipeg
and tiie British Columbia coast via
Canadian National Railways. Tills
new service will not only provide a
more direct route between Chicago,
Winnipeg and the Pacific coast of Canada but it will also take the passenger
through a portion of Canada that from
>nii. standpoint is incomparable.
MOIR'S CHOCOLATES, In bulk tv: fancy ho
Fresh lien's Eggs, dozen       35c   \
SPINACH     -     SPROUTS    -     GOOD L3ANANAS
A General Meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary will be
held in the K. I\ (iniL Thursday, Mnreli 18tli, ni 8 p.m.
Everyone interested invited.  Social evening. Cards.
tebrook District Co-Operative Soc.
.+,.♦. ♦--»-■*»—♦—•>-
.  i
Gala
TOrosome Slops
Waiting for the go-signal of tratllc.
Waiting for the end of a sermon.
Wotting for n train to pass a crossing.
Watting f*or a telephone connection.
Watting for an elevator.
Waiting for a woman.
Watting for the fellow who walked
after gasoline.
+   +
, March 11
Ratcliffe & Stewart
HAVE   RECEIVED   A   SECOND   SHIPMENT   OP
STAR   CARS
•     Call and See The
Star Special
lis Continental lleil Senl Motor — its exclusive
Tubular Backbone, and iir. Easy Riding Springs make
il the best motor investment in the world today nml
at the figure we are offering litis model you will agree
that the price is geared to ynur pocket book,
You owe yourself an appointment with the STAR
dealer. Ride with htm- -he has -7 additional feature
reasons why
THE STAR CAR IS GEARED
-TO YOUR POCKETBOOK-
Phone 42
vssttwstWstXwm'Vtwm   n   warn   m    ..,;•.■
■iiimmum
Popular Traffic Appointments
lllllllililllll     lUXEEE..-
ill FOItDH AN  IIOl'B
IS OUTPUT FROM NKH
CANADIAN FACTORY
Immense Plant Will Turn Out
125,000 Cars During
Presenl Vear
■ VY*' T;.*?**y
Prices are tlie lowest Ihey liavi' ever been    in   the   history
Company.     Wonderful motoring days are now ahead of
want In go is within reach when you own a Ford.     See us
of  the  Pord
us       Anywher
i ii lav.
Jnti.r
i you
F.O. B.   CRANBROOK
ROADSTER, With Starter 	
TOURING CAR, With Starter	
TRUCK  CHASSIS   	
COUPE
PRICES
  $,631.00
  S674.QP
  $61S.CC
$844.00
FOIIDOR SEDAN* $1,093.00
SAVE   THE   DIFFERENCE
The Hanson Garage
PHONE   1 26
More than 126,000 au torn oh Ilea will
be produced In the new $12,000,000
plnnl of tho Fold Moim* Company or
Canada, Limited. »t Pord, Ontario,
\ iHirhiB tho year of 1084 according to
I in nnnouncomont made today hy uin
1 clnle do! that company.
f Thla production flguro oquals aboul
1 110 caw for avery working »l»y uf the
I year. Therefore, approximately 60
/ complete automobiles will ba produced
every hour <>f the olghl hour worltlug
day, Nearly ;i cur a niliniic a mar
'iimis production
0 rear ago the average car output
1 approximately 260 cars per day bo
iho production capacity of the groat
Pord plant hore haa practically dou-
bli tl 'ii less tluui one yeur.
Tho new lS-acre machine shop
under one roof, has made thla production possible, it Is Btated.
The Insistent demand ror Pord ears
throughout Canada ami tho other British Dominions has brought about the
largest expansion program ever undertaken by an automobile company
Ide the United States. The lim
I car in be produced in the recently
.ompietcd machine shop wus a new
Btylo Pord   Coupe, motor No, 451,306,
ml was driven from the new factory
complote on December 8rd. Since tbat
tlmo a steady stream of Pord automo-
—8 Including tho attractive new model Tudor, hot been leaving the plant
D. I*. Kennedy of Buffalo, uh General Aftent at Montreal! J. G. Parker, General Atiftit Steamship Truffle, Montreal to Toronto In
the name capacity; and II. H. Mathewsoa to lluffulu, us Gcni'rul Aiti'nt, tr"in thaomceof Autaiam Gonatul Aftont at ChUuito
Thore our hi to lie more peoplo lny-|
im: brick mid IflBi tbrowlng thim.
Important chanKes In transportation circles just announced at the headquarters of the Canadian Pacific
Railway affect six traffic men very well known throughout
Cnnadu und the United States, and offices at Montreal,
Toronto, Buffalo and in the Orient.
E. P. L. Sturdee, general agent of the Canadian Pacific
at Seattle has already left to take the post of Acting
General Passenger Agent in the Orient. In recent
changes, Mr. Sturdee stands senior in the service of the
Company which he joined as junior clerk in 1893 nt St.
John, N.B. During his thirty-one years of service he has
made many friends all over the North American Continent.
Edward Stone, although he only joined the Chicago
ofllce of tho Canadian Pacific in 1916 has had long and
varied service with rail and steamship business and his
appointment as general agent at Shanghai meets with
general appreciation. For three years Mr. Stone represented tho Canadian Pacific as General Agent ut Yokohama.
H. B. Beaumont, who held important posts In the
European service of the Company, and has for the lust
few years heen General Agent of Ocean traffic in Toronto,
is appointed to tlie Montreal office as Assistant General
Passenger Agent, Steamships. Mr. Beaumont was^for
many years connected with the Allan Line which company was absorbed by the Canadian Pucilic..
Other important appointments are those of D. R,
Kennedy of Buffalo as General Agent at Montreal;
I J, E. Parker, General Agent, Steamship traffic, Montreal
to Toronto in the same capacity ; and 11. R. Mathewson
' to Buffalo as General Agent, from thu office of Assistant
General Agent ut Chicago. Friday, 'larch 7th, l»2t
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PULPIT and PEW
ISt.ws ami Views of (he t'hurt'lies uml IVliitt They Arc
Interested In
LUMBERTON
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Baptist Church
We regret to record thai Rev, W. T.
Tapscott was called to Pittsburg, Pa.,
by an urgcut tologrom concerning his
daughter, wIiobo Illness has occasioned so much anxiety recently. Ho left
for tho east on Monday, Mrs. Tapscott
in tho hope thai he
eturn shortly.
remaining hero
may I I'lo lo i"
Durlng ins absence tho Sunday
vlooa will 1"* conducted by local supply. Tho Tuxis hoys class wllh the
ttsslstanco ol' Mr. Porter ami Mr. Con-
Btnnllno will talto charge o( lhe service nexi Sunday evonlng.
Tin' reBponso lo tho spoclal dvnngo-
llatlc appoal coiUlnuoa to bo very gratifying, a numbor lasi Sunday mado
dorinllo declaration of tholr tloclBlon
tn load tho ChrUtlari Ufo.
Mrs,  IT.  h. Porter outortnlned the
BOIliOr C.  li.   I    T.  and Tuxis buys at
ber Inn m Wednesday ovenlng.   A
brief program turnlBhed by tho young
imlies. Inoludod n dialogue by Mabel
Stender and Doris ITnynos, entitled
"The   Lovers'   Quarrel,"  and   a   vocal
duet lu coBtumo. "Long, Long Ago."
by Wllholmlno Woodman nnd Knn Da-
voy. Following the program wore
games anil refreshments In which all
heartily participated.
Smith wus elected S«t
Little Helpers Branch.
Tlio Women's Day of
is a united effort of Ihi
churches throughout
win lie observed thla j
March 7th, and u sorvl
in tin- Parish   Hull al   !
hoped that on many ua
,,. women ot the dlfforelit
Methodist Church
The 0. tl. 1. T. and tbe Hoy Scout organizations nre preparing to present
a program for on evening's entertainment in the latter part of Uie month,
These vigorous organizations give
good promise of effective service to
their church and to the community.      	
Earnest and effective work is being Mission Baud
'      '      '      " ''   '' '"' ■'''""'      Two Scouts of Troop No.l., X. Mat-
meet for united proyi
id pi
Knox Church
Willi tho regular choir concentrating on tlie preparation ot BU r'a
"Crucifixion" On- Good Friday, the
Junior choir making v. I as to quantity mul quality for Sunday morning
worship, and tho Sunday School or-
-hcHlru lucreaslni-. in numbers anil
ifroctlvouoss, tho Borvlco of praise is
bolng steadily Improved,
li Ib expected lhat Iho elders re
coolly olecLod by tho congregation will
tie ordalnod and Inducted al the morning Borvlco on Sunday, March 23rd.
The edict of ordination ami Induction
will be read from tbe pulpit on tlio
two coming Sundays.
Tho C.O.I.T, "hike" to the roaervolr
on Saturday afternoon was a pronounced success. Those who had to help
in carrying the basket on the way out I
report that It wns as light as a feather
on tho return trip. Miss Paul will be
assisted for some time by a loader of
some experience in tins work.
Instead of tormllig a separate Jun-
„r C.G.l.T., arrangements are being
made for carrying on so much of the
program of such an organization In
connection with the meetings of lhe
The regular bi-monthly meeting of
the L.O.L. N0.2916 was held ou Tuesday evening of last week. Considerable
new business was transacted and four
members were advanced in work of
lbe tinier. Afler the meeting had adjourned a Teed was enjoyed by all the
members present.
Mr. W. a. Robertson, accountant ol
tho B.C, Spmco .Mills, who has been
spending a two weeks holiday with
iiis family on the coast, returned to
Lumberton lasl week Now that Mr.
Robertson has returned to our mldel
it Is quite Imperative that he and Pau
Indulge  in  their game of golf,  and
Sunday was i xcoptlon, for tho two
of thorn were on the scene of action
rather early ami both turned In a good
score, at least so we are Informed.
lasl Wo
played
Lumberton I'lub meeting was
•il by a large number of people
y evening,     Cards were
ri7.es   were  awarded   io
lie following:  Mrs. T. ('uslafsou.  Laics' first;  Miss Jolinson. ladies' con-
olation;   .Mr.   Q-.   Crow,   men's   first;
ml Mr. L. T. Dwelley, men's consolation.    A luncheon was served after
the  prizes  bnd  been  awarded   which
turn  was followed by dancing till
the hour of one.   A business meeting
will bo held this week followed by a
I  hour.
done In the Sunday School by devoted
leaders and teachers which is showing gratifying results. The attendance
of the school has never been better in
proportion to enrollment. The finances are well sustained. The school
orchestra under the very faithful leadership of Mr. Fred I-odge is developing
efficiency which is making It a very
Important feature of tho school, and
throughout the classes there is a definite effort to direct the children into
a positive Christian life. A number of
young people already havo been received into membership of the chrnch
during the year,
Many people of Crnnbrook and vicinity are acquainted with Miss H. M.
Paul and ber very faithful work for
many years as field matron under the
W.M.S. nt Fernie and Michel. She passed through Cranbrook on Tuesday
last, accompanied by her sister on her
way to the coast, having at last been
compelled to resign her work through
declining health. The people both of
Michel ami Fernie honored themselves
In the expressions they gave Miss Paul
of their appreciation of her long self-
denying toil among them. A handbag,
a club bag nnd a beautiful wrist watch
were among the number of tokens nf
the high esteem and affection In which
sho will ever be held by them.
Anglican Church
At the Diocesan Annual Meeting of
tho Woman's Auxiliary of the Mission
nry Society of Lhe Church of England
In Canada, held at Trail on February
28th and 39th, Mrs. F V Harrison was
elected Second Vice President on the
DIOCOBan Hoard anil also Secretary
for   Prayer   Partners   Mis.  J.  Finenl
donald and T. Marshall hav
for the Entertainers Badge, and other
members of the troop ure working
hard with a view to doing ns well
when the turn comes. Under Scoutmaster Clark, ussisieil by Mr. Ems Ho,
ever better work is being done.
The lioys of the Mission Hand are
to be hosts, on Saturday evening, at a
Jiggs Supper to be Berved in (be
scholroom from 6.3B to 7. So well did
these hoys do on a former occasion
that expectant patrons nre looking
for exceptional service and extra good
supplies.
Hot Tamale King
Miss M. Johnson, who has been visiting her sister, Miss A. C. Jolinson
of the Lumberton school, has returned to her home In Xelson.
Messrs. A. Joyce and R. Waterston
who were iu tlio employ of the B.C.
Spruce Mills during all of last season's cut. have returned to Lumberton
and are planning on slaying for the
coming season. They have spent the
past Tew months on the west coast.
Mr. Fred Hunter wns an enslbound
passenger last Saturday evening.
Misses Violet and Hattle Auger, of
Kholt. B.C. have returnH to their
homo after having spent the piast
mouth with tbelr shier, Mir. A. Christen son.
Several ears of Lumberton people
wero present al the daneo given by
the Tennis Club in Cranbrook ou Monday night. Those who attended weie:
Mr. and Mrs. G. C, Robson, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. X, Jacobsor., Mr. and Mrs. L.
T. Dwelley and Messrs. H. P. Kline-
stiver. A. Stewart, L, P. King. P.
Downey, F. Tullock, S. Barter and G
Ir   F. H. Andrews, who has been
aged ns mill superintendent by the
. spruce Mills for the coming sea
. arrived in Lumberton on Satin
A1
Id
USE
RAZ-MAH
Saufl
No SmofclRO—No Sprayiirn—Ko!
Just Swallow a Cagsule
I: .ston - noi ui! breathing:, itnpu
!     :. EfBthi rim'- iu tho bronchial
ti   .-.  ;_:\.-    ong   nidus  of  quiet
; .; ■    ' tains *   habit-forming drug.
, 1 nfl   *   'our  IruggUt n.   Snd 4c
.     letnns. 142 Kim; Wc t, T< '.into.
raz-bia
£i
GUA^ANT^rE REUEP
K19
Sold By
Crnnlirooii Urns.' & Kimk Co.
Sturdy, bright and alert in spilt' nf the Inn;: Journey from Asia Minor this parly nf f. rtj ."ft
Armenian Uys, orphan, a!:, recently arrived at the Canadian Pacific Lambton Station, ami .vtre trans.
ferrE'd to Georsetowi, Ont, where they will he taught, primarily to become Canadian citizens, and
where they will undergo a .uur.se in agriculture, horticulture anil domestic science. The lath r study
will apply more In the girls who will, it ia expected, be breuirht out soon under the auspices oX tiie Armenian Relief Association uf Canada.
McAdoo Explain*,
Warehouseman's
Lien Act
MITICi: or SALE
GLACIERS RECEDE AS
WARMER YEARS (MIME
I'd EAST KOOTENAY
\br.ruj
Tenderr^
Skins ?
Tf> protect your (ace
and hi.uli against all
Chafing,    reniKlipning
fllrcis ol the Spring "
wiads. limply rub in a little Ztm-Ruk
before retiring at night.      l'bis makes
the akm imooth mul flexible and clean
It ot all blemish, Betides valuable
eoolbmt ami emollient properties,
Zani-Huk has far reaching medicinal
virtues  which   quit Uv   overcomr   all
lore. Irritated oi inflamed conditions,
lt |Mn !!■.". '.'.'■ i ■ i tissue ami remover*
the underlying eiuses ol erit-ma, talt
rheum, pimple*, blot) bra, etc.
Miss Rota Wallace ol Menie, Ont .
wrilra | " Mv hand! were all roughened and tinre ihrounh tlie Spring
wlnda. Hut /mu Huk loon healed and
made the akin tine and smooth. It is the
must simt ■ n .. balm 1 have ever uted."
Makes The Skin
FINE & SMOOTH
All Sniltltta aa, ..filer. Hli MM-IIM at
Ihaaai.    »a.BU> M.0ICI .LaOtriaUa.
IV TUB.   bu of thru.    Dim, Imi
■Till to. Dw.nl It. Tora.lt.
A iric.E.1 put,, Wm, a. Dye, of
A'lrhtta, Kansas, a hot tmnale m.,1
rtllE, evo earth' reci[E,' LVyvars nffo.
It,, horrtttved money and started a
rblte stamt. As soon as possible ttu
atartoEl MKertlabjg in tho Dews-1
IMprr. Today ho does ?100.E.» ti yoar
MMtnexs nnd ts wholesaling chile
frwt. hto new. *.7T>.0eJO factory.
  SfrgSl
William G. McAdoo. former Sec-
retary ol Treasury, who appeared
before the Senate Committee to explain fees paid the law firm of .vhich.
he is a member by the Dohcoy oil
Here and Th
ere
The world's record lor groin trains
was shattered by the Canadian Pacific Railway on October Bth, with
a monster train of 1J3 car loads of
wheat, over a mile long, which operated between Stoughton and Areola.
The contents of the ears, 180,009
bushels, weighed 5,5G(i tons.
All grain loading records in Al-
bevla were completely smashed by
the Canadian Pacific on October 10th
when the Company loaded 753 cars,
representing nt least 1,065,200 bushels. If these ears were placed together they would make up a freight
train aboul six miles in length, and
a baker's dozen of these trains would
extend from Ca'gary to Banff, a distance of 82 miles.
A record in western railroad construction Evas established on the
Canadian Pacific Lanigran-Meifort
line recently, when the last mile of
track between Lanigan and Pleasant-
dale was completed in one day. D.
A. Livingstone, engineer in charge,
reports that seventy per cent of his
crew of 25 were British harvesters.
Uncle John
Old Biry Bhlfflesa takes a spell,
lu the early put of spring—It's
hnrd tn ketch hlui feeUn' well,—
ho never works, hy Jlngl He'll
tell ye where the trouble te. uml
never miss 11 spot,--he's pestered
with the rheumnilz—- mid Ids
Stomach hurts ii lot. Last week
lie got ncwrnlgy lu the nin^te nf
his jaw—which bothered him tu
iwaller, Jes' the worst you ever
saw! And, also, lie's afflicted
with un cU'tiiiHlhi' cough, till It
wont he unexpected U he'd up nu'
sliultlo off I    This spring he'u lost
ii splendid chance ur raisin1 garden truck.— he took the "tlu" and
had tt right—gol dam the Masted
luck! lie nets iiroiiud Die livelong day, reeltln* of his woes
... If Bary couldn't eat nu'
sleep, he'd perish—mercy knows,
. . . Rut "Eat nu' Sleep's" his
middle name, mid hns heen. all
his life,—if this ain't evidence
enough—go talk to Exry's wife!
[From lhe Nelson Daily News)
To ihe discu&Bfon which has heen in
progress for some years among scientist.-, regarding the movement of pin-
tiers. N, A. Wnllinger. M.P.P. for
Cranbrook, adds the Informntion thnt
;i glacier near Horse Thief Creek in
the Windermere valley has moved
back eboul one thousand feet in the
pasl  26 years.
Mr Walllnger, Who attended the
rVasoclated Honrds of Trado of Eastern British Columbia convention in
Nelson, has lived in Kast Kootenny
for Hit years, and states that L'ii years
ago he assisted in the making of a survey in the Horse Thief Creek district.
during which ihe stakes were placed
]USt on lhe edge of a glacier,
Recently he was in the same area
on husiness in connection with the
Phoenix mine, in which he was inler-
oeted, and noticed that lhe glacier had
receded 1000 feci.   A quarter of a cen-
l nry ago it covered a wide si retell of
ground, and now. he .males, it Is split
in threo places hy mountain tops which
stand oui clear above it.
Mi Walllnger state* thut the snowfall appears to he lighter than In thej
past, The present yenr it is exceptionally light At an elevation of
:i 500 feet, wliere normally there would
be from 20 to "0 feet of snow, there
is thla year only four nnd one half
feet. He suggests thnt there may he
i heavy suowfntl in Mnrch. ln past
years, while he dots not remember ono
in which February waa quite ns
Bprlngllke as this yenr. It bus heen
tho experience thut n springlike Keh-
riini-y was often followed by n heavy
snowfall in Man-Ill
Federal and Provincial Departments of Agriculture co-operated in
the purchase in the Britiijh Isles of
a large stock of horses, swine and
sheep, including sheep owned by His
Majesty the King, which arrived
here recently. This is the second
shipment of cattle to Canada through
the co-operation of the agricultural
departments with sheep and swine
breeders   throughout   the  Dominion.
torage charges from 8th October,
i, to isi uf Febrwiry, 1024, al $5.00
per month. $83.85.
\.NH 1 URTHER TAKE NOTICE
tlml unless llio said charges aforesaid
and such further charges as may ac-
oruo are paid to tue on or beforo the
Uh day uf March, 1024, the said goods
ill
udvertlsod for
nd sold by public auction at my
o in Kingsgate, B.C., on the ".'•iud
>f March, 1024, at the hour of
the afternoon.
CIngsgato, B.C., Hillary, 1024.
11. J.. SAWYER
Mei sner,
- oilier person
claiming an
ck
II.
Uh
Warehouseman's
Lien Act
NOTICE OK SAI.I!
TAKE NOTICE THAT T. W, Boe-
yan, address 1441 HI 11 man Street, Loug
Beach, California, stored with me on
the Kith day of November, vr::, :u my
garage at Kingsgate, B.C.. the following goini;. and chattels:
One Ford car No. C141Q79. Saskatchewan License 94527.
The following i- an lt< mizod   tati
mon I of mj charges againsl the said
tar in. tin- datu m this notice, ,i*.
Storage charges trom 16th Korea
ber, 1922 io Lsl of Februarj  102*1 at
$.',.ijo per month. $72 50,
AND    FURTHER    TAKE    NOTICE
Hint unless thu said charges aforesaid
and such further chargi a aa ma) a.
crue aro paid to me uu ur h< ■■
4th day of March, 1924, the said goodi
and  chattels  will   ba  u ivertised
sali! and sold by public auction at mj
garage in Kingsgate, B.C., on tin  22i
day  of  March,   1924,  at  the  hour of
three o'clock In tbe afternoon.
j    Dated at Klugsgate, B.C., ihis 4th
day of February, 1924.
H. I.  SAWYER
To T. W. Boeyan,
and to any other person
having or claiming an
Interest in the said goods.
Montreal* Que.-This year will wit-
1 -- ■: great Increase In passenger
travel to and from Europe via the St.
Lawrence route, according to local
steamship passenger officials, With
the removal ot many nf the barriers
that hove kepi settlers oui of Canada
during the lasi few years, a much larger Immigration la expected. The
steamship companies know this and
so a number of liners sailing to and
from United States porta will call at
Halifax.
I ~* er Lei
■: b'dGet
a Cforf
Ur?^.k i* up overnight
^pHBqu!ckdiTeettnatin«m for colds
•*• ef children a:;.! ijroWl -i" ;. , ,
isun ipplicatlon ef Vicks over tluott
and ch«tt ii bedtime. N I only is
Vii . * td thru t ■-..;.:. v •
vj|l vapors of camphor, menthol,
ncalypiQSt turpentine, ei.-., are
breathed til night directly irio the
affected air p»Rt«,K«*5. K*-liel Uhually
comes by murnii-K. Just us »;ood, too,
far cats, burns, truisirs, ItlllgS a:iJ
Itching skin troubles.
\* li-^vV^**^
1 VapoRub
Orts 17/iiiuon Jess Usee Yuan/
EEtE'E-l-St    ill   lllE-   EEilill   E,rE)llllS.
W arehouseman's
Lien Act
NOTICK OF SALK
l.n.
Warehouseman s
Lien  Act
MITU i: OF SALK
ASPIRIN
Beware of Imitations!
TAKE NOTICE THAT Edwin B.
Taylor, address 505 Yakima Street.
Wenatcheei Washington, stored with
mo on the 12th day of October. 1923,
in my garage in Kingsgate, B.C the
following floods and chattels:
One Gray Durt motor car So, D. V.j
Saskatchewan    License    No.;
T. K. Doherty, the Canadian Commissioner in the International Institute of Agriculture, estimates Canada's exportable wheat surplus this
year at S00 million bushels, as
against 150 millions from the United
States, 110 from Argentina, 50 from
Australia, and 16 from Russia. Canada, in fact, may be expected to
supply nearly half the wheat exports of the whole world—U0Q out of
675 million bushels.
TAKE NOTICE THAT Clyde Thoru-
n,   address   2\2   S.   Grand   Avenue.
Angeles, California, stored with
mu on tiie 26th day of November, 1!>2:
iu my garage in Kingsgate, B.C., the
following goods aud chattels:
Ono Ford Touring Car, 191S model 119021
No. C7823B; Alberta License 42-483.      7622. !    Unless you see the   "Bayer Cross''
The following is an itemized state-' The following is an itemized state-( on package or on tablets you are not
■iii ot my charges against the said ment of my charges against the said! getting tbe genuine Bayer Aeplrln
l* ni the date of this notice, viz: ear at the date of this notice, viz:       \ proved safe by millions and prescrl-
j    Storage  charges  from 20tb of  No-     Storage charges from 12th o* Octo-jbed  by physicians  over twenty-three
iveinber, 1922 to 1st of February. 1924: ber, 1922 to 1st of February, 1924, at( years for
at $6.00 per month. $70.9:1. $5.00 per month. J7S.O0. Cold3 Headache
!    AND    FURTHER    TAKE   NOTICE!    AND    FURTHER    TAKE   NOTICE Toothache Lumbago
thai unless the said charges aforesaid that unless the said charges aforesaid'        Neuritis Rheumatism
land sm-li further charges as may ac-Und such further charges as may accrue are paid to me on or before the: crue are paid to me on or before the;
4th day of March, 1924, the said goods Hh day of March. 1924. lhe said goods
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Munlc
STUDIO: BAKKR ST., (.I.AMIItOOK
Phone 295 P.O. Box
762
HBIISin IIEIE5TII-UIGES UBIIEEO FOR
E. W. Beatty, K.f\, President of
the Canadian Pacific Railway, speaking at important centres on his recent   extensive   tour   through   the |
Canadian West, sounded a note of t
optimism, declaring  that  the  general improvement in Canadian business   conditions    rendered    an    accompanying glowing pessimism en- j
tiroly   unjustifiable,    .Stressing   the .
need  for a   vigorous,  intensive  immigration   policy   by   the   govern-
ment, be put forward as suggestions :
that the department of Immigration ,
and colonization should Issue a gen-
eral invitation through Great Britain, I
the United .Slates and certain European   countries,   fur   settlers,   and j
tbat   sweater   advantage   should   he
taken of the favorable  policies to- I
wards emigration to Canada adopted
by the governments of Great Britain '
and other countries.
and Chattels Will be advertised fur
sale and sold by public auction at my
garage In Kingsgate. B.C., nu the 22nd
day of March, 1924. at the hour of
three o'clock In the afternoon.
Doted at Kingsgate.  B.C., this 4th
day of February, 1924.
II. 1, EAWYER
To Clyde Thornton,
and to any oilier person
having or claiming an
interest In the said goods. 2
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
only. Each unbroken package con-
and chattels will be advertised for tains proven directions. Handy ty;xeu
sale ami sold by public auction at my twelve tablets cost a few cents, drug-
garage In Kingsgate. B.C., on the 22nd. gists also sell botles of 24 and 1O0.
day of March. 1924, at the hour of Aspirin Is the trade mark ."registered
three o'clock in the afternoon.
Dated   at  Kingsgate,
day of February, 1924.
H. I,
To Edwin B. Taylor,
and to any other persi
having or claiming an
interest in the Bald go
B.t
thi
Canada) of Bayer Manufacture ot
4thI MQnoacetlcacldeater of Salycllicacid.
While It fs well known that Aspirin
means Bayer Manufacture, to assist
ihe public against imitations, the To-
hlets of Bayer Company will be
stamped with their general trade
2  mark, the "Bayer Cross"
Army Fliers Ready for 'Round the World Flight
Most extraordinary yields of grain
are reported from the Provincial
School of Agriculture at Olds, Alberta. On a one-acre patch 105
bushels of Marquis wheat were
threshed, which is believed to he a
record for this crop, exceeding tha
82 bushel yield of Seager Wheeler,
which was previously considered unsurpassable. From an acre seeded to
oats, 205 bushels were threshed.
Barley similarly yielded exceptionally. On a field of 27 acres an average of 70 bushels to the acre was
secured, whilst on another, 101 acres
of a different variety, a yield 'of 80
bushels to the acre waa recorded.
After receiving the President's "Godspeed" and flnal instructions, at Washington, the U. S. Army
aviators went to their posts for the "Round the World" flight which noon starts. Left to right they aret
Lt. L. D. Schultz, Lt. E. M. Nelson. Maj. F. L. Martin in command, Lt. L. P. Arnold, Leigh Wade, Lowell
H. Smith and John Harding, Jr.
'ISmi'needWMJMLi
jH:
xBBJtiQTBy WHIT
while other]
,!    I.,
shim
Former Democratic Senator Atlet
Poinerene of Ohio, named by President Coolldge special counsel with
II. S. Strawn of Chicago to prosecute Um federal iOT^UgaUw to
tteeUtoWtolMWl
Eighty pej cent of Canada's national debt is owned by Canadians.
Bank deposits in this country at the
close of the last fiscal year, March
Alst, 1923, totalled $1,218,000,000,
an increase in ten years of $720,-
000,000. Tho year's trade records
■how Canada's foreign trade to be
$1,000,000,000, an increase of $221,-
000,00 over last year, and Canada's
exports to exceed her imports by
$107,000,000, forty-two per cent of
tkaam  experts being   finished  pro
line hatter
><l
I-<im au obscure home of poverty in
California he trudged Into Sim
Frnlirlsro and wcnl to work iis a
Blake driver at $20 a month, lie
worked twelve hours n day— two
nif.i-e  than   exfieelad.      At   nlffhl   he
he had I
school trnl
that   be  i
.-Did   .■[.■'ill
Stop by
certain  hi
being at
always
nud  by
rkim-n   hi
saloons.    T<> pel  rid of]
iroinnu rent him into nj rie says: "I got on by putting *e
sound i1- '', ■! flcurinR f0ot ahead of the other slowly, and
lt« killed Ihnl * iy. In j,y keeping everlastingly at It." Mo
■■ ti back n Hi - truthful ,IPVer asked for a rn.se In bis llfo
of rncts. Five years Inter |,„, forced raises tn Hilary by show-
l„. equivalent of a httth;in(C the mnn above him tbat he could
ulus and three years after ,*0 miV jot. nnd do it well. lie wivnl
rrndnated from a mining (.v,,ry tlnllnr he could lay his hands
coring college. on bul wns never stingy, nnd he hail
Btpp  he eltinled  Ih"  un- the strum-'' iil.llitv ut milking every
dder In mtecciw by  never mnn   working   With   him   lik>-   him,
ml from work, never late, The money  lhal   he saved  he In-
loavtng   after   others   ipiit, vested  In  the  company  bo worked
doing oarh tusk  given him for   nnd   when   the   tlmo   en me   to
•tutik-ii h> flickering korowna lamp!pi
lust n little better than he was sup
choose
natural,
ntealdenl   he
ileal man,
waa    th* fAGFStX
THE   CRANBROOK   HKRALV
I ridiij, .ifm-eli *|h. 1994
metbodist CDurcD
RICV. I!. C
SIMIAV. ilLARCH 9th
11 a.m.   CAN THK CHURCH STAND
OF SERVICE?"   	
BY
FREEMAN,
I'ustoi
THE TEST
Junior Choir
12.15—SUNDAY  SCHOOL and BIBLE CLASS, led by the
Pastor.     Free discussion uf vital topics always welcomed.
7.30 p.m.   "JESUS' ANSWERS TO VITAL QUESTIONS.
i.   What Does He Sa)' About Bluffing and
Knocking}" • ■  Senior Choir
>VE WILL GIVE YOl A CORDIAL WELCOME
i\ Moors anil Loui3 H. Brush, who bought the Marion (0.*
Star from the i.ntc President Hardin*;, appeared before tho Senate
Committee to deny the charge that an excessive price wan pai,! for
the ; loporty.
\ 11 U . VY . A . P E R Q I E (
( DENTIST )
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I I'tw 17. Olllce Ilooril 1
J I to 12, 1 to i p.m.   Watit. I to 1. I
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
I'lij.lciiins and Surgeons
Olllce at  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons    2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   200 lo 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
, to 11 am.      1 to t p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
■'hone ISO
Sortiurj Are, neat M Cltj Hall
J,ODOES AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets   In  the
K.   ol   V.   HnU
afternoon ot the
first Tuesday at
I p.m.
All ladles are
cordially Invited
TV.  TV.  Wolfer
Mrs.    I'lnlaysmi
1'resl.lonts  Mrs.
Sec-Treatfrer:
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY L0D6E, If*. 4*
Meets every
.Monday night at
(The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellowi are cordially Invited.
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Rec. Sec   B. O. Dingier, P.O.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
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PASTOR W. T. TAPSI OTT
SUNDAY, MARCH il
II ii.he    Morning Service.
Mr  n. I,. Porter will speak.
12 noon. - • Sundi ■
Classes For All Asce
Soys     Mr. II. L I'e
V'OU   A It 1%   CORDIALLY
IN Villi..
Coast Predicts
Election in May
[tumor \lt\s l( Tlml Finding of
i*. (J. fc\ Ciiuiiiiisshin Will
Ha Made Tlie Time
to
■tl
the Herald)
■. March 5. An im-
the country is the
OHver Qovornraent
Irawal of Uie Pro-
investigation into
i Tho Search-
.1. Bowser, lea-
iimi Hon. Win.
lies. The COl-
(ore68 in their
tlie allegations
iation Issued by
te. Ib the signal
imi'iii ;it Vlcto-
for action and
ap
ote
tin
L. D. Cafe
(Utile Davenport)
Whon you wish sooiotltlnR good
to *at go to the "L.D."
OUB    PRICKS    ABE    RIGHT
url
nl
ilorstood lu ho the
ting, This will Jusl
government ofllcials
I revision ot the
Hi., printing to
odintely dissolve
ho Ulicniis held ;ii
n view of what Ih
ie    u   taotlo Qgve
voiild liavo   Major
vhon needed.   Sue'Ii
Parlli
— REPAIKINa
You Will Make No Mistake
in Ordering tliat
WINTER SI ST nr OVERCOAT
—  From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vim  Horne
Opposite ('. P.
Pliono III!     ::
he
the P.G.E.
Informal
Street
i:. Depot
Phone tli.
Women
Understand
Economics
h
. ■■
■ .
• ■
•.... 11.
I .;•■
t or tiie date o( ihe
simultaneous with
commissioner in
Investigation, ac-
[iii receiver! (rom
n reliable source. Prom present Indications there Is only lo be one tindlng
- thai o( a whitewash of both the gov-
ernmonl ond o( Mr. Bowser—and unless in v.- evidenco is presented when
tbe commission again meets on Morcli
Gth, which Ib unlikely to accomplish
much in view of the obstructive methods ot government counsel, an early
riuiob lo the royal commission is loofe-
.od Cor.
■ in tho meantime, all three political
are busily engaged in lining up
candidates for the coming fray. The
Liberals nre busy iu Vancouver and on
Vancouver  Island.    Last   week  they
■ nominated P. '.. Carlow, president of
the Victoria Liberal Association, lo
make tho almost forlorn run against
Harry Pooley in Esquimau
Speaker Pauline is to again
the Saanich seat
it is on Vancouver Island that a
really Interesting situation arises. The
nttempl to el minute Esquimau, one ot
the oldest constituencies in the province, has smiieil both Esquimau and J
Victoria voters nnd ii would not he
of fiom Alherni
relieved to have
ment that they
Burdo's support
lipporl has Im'i'h
given bin to offset tho military end
of the affair, the Conservatives have
nominated Major Ji ib C, Johnston,
war veteran and a popular resident <>f
I'orl Alherni, who is expoctedeto cut
iu ou Major Hnnle's stronghold.
Vancouver Olty is a mystery and
will remain so until election day. it
looks like a toss up at the present
writing with the chances favoring
maj rity of Conservative candidates
being elected providing strong business men are nominated.
n is in Vancouver that General A.
D McRae will enter the lists so that
a real old time battle can be expected
with no Jess than eighteen candidates
bolng in the field trom the three main
parties, not forgetting the odd Socio
list who luis been trying to horn in
now that the deposit system has been
abolished.
Ian Mackenzie, so-called Soldier
Liberal member for the terminal city
is feeling none too strong in this bail-
liwlck and with the formation of a
new riding in the Queen Charlotte
Sound district, lo bo known us Mackenzie, be is understood to he willing
to stake ills chances of joining tlie two
names together. Mackenzie's strong
point, has been on the beer question
but in view of the government's aux
lety to shelve this issue in favor o( a
general election, his following will
not be so great. Neither will tt be so
former Attorney-General Karri
a private member.
HIS IIIUDK OP TWO HOIKS
PREFERS Ills *:tim ltA.
TIIKR   IIIAN  HDISKLF
Yahk Mnn, Victim Last Year uf
Matrimonial Accident
Freed By Court
Vancouver. --Peter Kolsevltcb of
Yahk. B.C, told Mr. Justice Morrison a
tale of marital woo while securing a
decree of divorce from his wife Rosie,
Thursday of last week, wliich Peter
admitted, was crowded into the first
hours   uf   his   so-called wedded
^^Si^ ■■":-
Sa-\E FOLKS DOM'T LIKE ~
CBRRECTNEEiE, HALF AS MUCH
AS THEY LIKE THE ACT ar
COP.Ri:CTIiV|6
Peter and Rosie were married
Established 1898 Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
riOXEEW BurniER
AND   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   Picture Framing
Estimates given on
all classes at work
Olllce: Corner Norbury Avenue
and Edwards Street
Women Understand Economics
Economy seems lo be an in-
lEnni tniii Eiiiii mosl women.
The young lady who is doing a
sE-rii's nf i .ills for ii - Hoys : hi
is constantly rominded eiI' Hie1
tact, lhal Pncillc Milk is economical, which is one of Iho chli i
reasons tor iis use. And Eviiii
practically all Mado - in - B.C.
products which aro Found In
maJEirii
oral re
Mr.rw
„„t,s,'WlB!
art 6,30 on the evening of February :,,
1923,  at   Cranbrook.   LU\    After  the
ceremony  the principals and guests
enjoyed their wedding breakfast and
"all  went  as merrily as a. marriage
hell." as Lord Hyron would remark.
Hut tragedy lurked In the oiling. Of
A n mist
When ho asked her to mar
Hini she said, "Home, day I
May
But right now you had bottor
March."
woman may exaggerate other
things, but It is different with li-r
age
It's nice to stay In n hotel. You
ean get ihe towels ns dirty in von
like.
She sut on the steps at evt
Enjoying the balmy air.
He came and asked. "May I
side?"
Aud she gave him a vicani stair.
+    +   +
Ed Purd>\ PlilhK
The "man with the one joke"    i
should   he  required  by   Inn   to
keep n list of the people he hns
already told it tn.
+   +   +
A Useful Animal
"Chickens, sah," said Uie old negro
sage,  "is  de  usefullest  animals  dere ;
is.   Yon ean eat 'em befo' dey is born i
and after dey is duid."
+    +    +
First Radio Hug; "When I get tunod
up I can get WLAO."
Second Radio Hug: "When I gel'
tuned up I can get WJAZ."
Third Radio Ru;;: "That's nothing.
Last night 1 came home all tuned up j
with H-O-O-C-H- and got H. E. double U."
•   »   •   *
Two salesmen were swapping tales1
on the relative faults of two of our j
prominent railway systems. The first
traveler finished up by saying, "On j
my last trip through here it was so -
smoky that we had to leave the door
at the rear of tiie coach open to let I
the smoke out." "That's nothing came '
hack the second. You get so covered
with soot on our line that the last time j
1 got off the Pullman one of the ladies :
mi the platform handed me her suit- j
case and tipped me a quarter
the Liberal!
sudden Pete
discovered that Roots
, itself carried Ihml vanished.   Accompanied by Fred
Hon    lohn   Hart's I Zelppi, the groomsman, a search of the
neighborhood was made, and the two
~^ I    Efficiency
much tl
Expert: "Yon are wasting
in* on your personal ap.
pearance.
Stenographer!
I've onl) been
I'm   already   en
rlncr."
's not wasted.
six mouths and
,1  to the junior
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HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH %
IS TIIK PLACE TO EAT. |
While Ilclii .'Inly Is employed, *
liiu ..ill final Ihis CniV ii Homey J
l'hicc to Enjoy Vinir Meals J
ALEX. Hl'l'IiV - Prop, t
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IflHTU
lfiU 1 I
Child's   Best   Laxative   is
"California   Fig  Syrup"
surprising to see some
candi latea In the
dovi n   tn  defeat.
seal Is by no means secure.
in Cowiclinn. i, Liberal Is lhe exact\nmr brW« m,s '^™'eral In a Chl-
onpi 8lto to « ilv In ii candy Bhop, theh™ la"'"''-.v- An erforts °" lhe l"1"
amalgamation <>r tho rlrilnc wlm that °< p*m '" l",lm'c '''« w1'8 l0 re,1""n
ol NewcaBtle., a Socialist area, hBB|Provad taUle. Thai «■,,„ ihi- lasi iliat
aronaei] Btrenuoim opposition ko Unit
r home* tlu, khiiie' yen- w"
i applies.
.td.
Pacific Milk Co.,
Hend  Office, Vancouver,  ll.C.
Factories nt  Abbotsford and I.adncr
. cot lervatlve victory in to be expected. Tho present member, Kenneth
Duncan, so-called Independent, but
has supported the present government In the pinches, is duo for the
discard even though ho has thrown in
his lot with tho McRae forces since the
re-dlBtr Ibu tion measure passed tlie
Mouse. In Alherni Major R. h. Hurtle,
M.C., will have no walk away, in 1!'1!0
Peter saw of his new-found helpmate,
who, in parting, also carried with her
$800   wliich   was   to   furnish   a   little
home In tlie mountains.
The court granted a decree absolute.
AS SHE ENTERED THK ROOM she
felt that there was someone else in the
room and it was the Inquisitive nature
of the woman that caused her to Investigate and see if he could be found.
As she moved from one part of the
room to the other, she could tell whether sho was near him or drawing
away from him. Soon she had no
doubts as to the fact that he was under
the bed and deciding at all odds to remove him, took her umbrella and made
a vicious jab under tlie bod.   Seeing Qemian firms hnv Inquired re
that tho JIr was Up the mouse ran out > as to whether the Domini, n can sup-
from under the bed and through the ply at competitive prices, canned and
door to life liberty and the pursuit of dried fruits, which are now purchased
happiness ; elsewhere by German houses.
Ain't It The Truth I
There's many a man wlio can't understand why be should buy a washing
machine sn long ns his wife bus her
health.
I
roi'a««¥S:iEai««ni.liSi' :;ti: f;.,n;.: '•
I Sainsbury & Ryan I
111 II.HKltS  A*iO
CONTRACTORS
Estimate, Clvon and Work
Guaranteed
Telephone, in anil 2*11
CRANBROOK      ■     B.C.
i :"i\:. !- ■■:,;   -:;"
 :",my;' irisiiiuisnr**.
SHOE REPAIRING
SEE
MIKE KUZMENKO
CIIAMIHOOK KTKEET
Jicst lo Koffott'a
THE "STOVE LEAGUE" UP-TO-DATE
HOYti
THAT
Boy;
Montana Restaurant
Heil* at AU Hoars
('ktra, cfennttet ni Cmdln
Cmlrnak Bl    -    rkm M
Obi. Buk ot Oommw
Here's What People
Say About Tanlac
Theo. Roosevelt, Jr., Ass't Sce'y
of Navy, and B. C. Finney, Ass't
Secty of tho Interior, who also
served under former Sec'y Albert
t. Fail, are expected to resign
their posts now that Denby has
stepped out.
Montreal, Que. — A despatch from
London. Eng.. state:; that Blgns of a     When baby Is consttpatod, has wind-
revival of trade between Qermany and colic, feverish breath, coated tongue,
Canada are indicated there.   Several or diarrhea, a half teaspoonful of gOU-
atlyjuine "California Pig Syrup" promptly moves the poisons, gasos, bile, sour-
Ing food ond waato right out   Never
cramps or overacts.    Babies love its
delicious tasle.
Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Byrup" which lias full directions for infants in arms, and
children of all ages, plainly printed
on buttle. Mother! You must say
"California" or you may get an Imitation fig syrup.
'h' It hud not in-... tor Tiinlnc I would still lie ;\ sick, dlscourAged
woiimn, i'or imtliii)2 else BCeitied to do nit1 nn;, good," says
Mr*. Kdwiird Gill US-
All the advertising lu the world
and alt the salofl efforts combined
could not have made Ihe great suc-
eeas for TANLAC that has been at-
taiued. unless tills reconstructive tonic
possessed merit of the greatest degree. Over 40 Million Bottles ol Tun
Ine have been sold mid lhe demand
today Is greater than ever boforo.
That TANtiAO possoMOs merit ami
hns brought relief to hundreds of thou*.
sands of persons is attested liy tho
great number of testimonials lhal
have been received by the company
from people In every state of the Union
and every province of Canada. Ther
ure over 100,000 <;uch statements on
fllo with tho company, all ringing with
sincero prnlse for TANI-AC and what
it has accomplished.
Hero are excerpts from a few of the
100,000 statements on file:
Mrs. Edward Gibbs. Lancaster,
Pn.—"For 2 years Indigestion deprived me of nearly all tlio pleasure of
living. If it bad not. been for TANLAO
I would still be a sick and dlscottrag
wl woman, for nothing else seemed to
do mo any good."
Mrs. Mary A. Bon son, Sea 11 Io,
Wash.: "Following an operation my
stomach and nerves h etned to give
wny and I Iwcnme almost helpless. As
a Isst resort I tried TANLAO. I beta* to Improve trom the very first,
gained 2(1 lb  . and lo lay I am reeling
fine "
o. i: Moore, Kansas City, Mo : "My
Btomach si uincd to pain mo * onstanl
ly. fond soenu<i i" do me no good. I
would bloal up with gas, lost my
Btrength, and could nol nli ep or ■■'■ I
l was on tho down grade all the time.
Tanlac corrected my troubles and put
mo in excellent shape."
Thomas Linus, ivter.-boro. Ontario: "Woll, sir. buying TANLAC v, iw
tlie besl in vest men I I ovor made, for ii
built up my health and strength la
whore I haven't a complaint In tbo
i world."
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Kanlco, i> -
trolt, Mich.: "or more than a year our
tbreo children, ago .!. i and B, had
heen so peaked and lifeless Hint we
wore worried about them. Their stomachs were Upset, their appetites
poor, the color had loft their cheeks,
their nights were restless and during
the day they would just mope around,
! taking no Interest In play or anything
else. Thoy began lo improve with the
flrRt dose of TANLAC, and today there
nre no more healthy children in Detroit."
Tanlac Is for sale by all good druggists, Over 40 million bottles sold,
Accept no substitute
Take Tanlae Vegetable Fills-
Fuji Tea Rooms
Naxl  ni i a Rrnrory
Q001I MIVIS      ::
::   TEA  OK COFFEE
FRESH BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
CRANtlllOOn TRAIN TIMES
Ml 07 HUM- Te, Nele  VEBii.'Eiiiviir,
SpnkflllQ etc. Arrlvo nil) p.m. I'Enve
ino p.m.
Ml. us DAILY -To 1'Vrni,!, LethbrlOft,
Moillolno tint, Calihry, etc Arrive
I.II) p.m.; Ie'ieeie 42(1 p.he.
nniEilirntik, ffjtlllfc, Klmlnrlej  ser,
Tire:
\ii. SSH—Leeve Tor, n.m. S... BM—Arrive u.io p.m.
I.'rillitEriiiih, l.iiRe lTln.1.<rEiien. and
lloliteii Service
Monday anEl Thursday, earh  .<?*!
—NO. 821, leave 9 a.m.     WedoeKda*
and Saturday—NO. SS! arrive 3.3U p.m
For further particular, apply to an*
ticket agent
J. B. PROCTOR,
Atent, Oatianr. Frlilay, Mnrcli 7th, 1021
THB   CRANBROOK   IIERAM)
PAOE "IEVEH
KIMBERLEY and WYCL
INTERESTING  ITEMS CONCERNINO  HAPPENINGS  IN  AMI ABOUT THE BUSY T0W5S ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING IKTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
KIMBERLEY
NEWS NOTES
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MEET ME AT THE NEW  DIMOR'S
The radio set raffled ul tlie Concern
tr.itor was won by .1. Mormon, of Mn.
rysvlllo, witli tloltol iiumbor io.
ANOTHER PERFORMANCE
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
KIMBERLEY  MOTH. I'll.
K
mboi
E'y c
IlltllUOS
ll,   (Hi
W,   »CE
oral
IIE'W
buildings I"'
UK iiiii
or imi
strii
itlon
ul pr
IHOlll.
(llll' III
in in.
I1IOV
iiu plotiiro
thoatro
aiiotlu
■ n gar
ran
unit
i Ihlr
I ^ con
ocllono
•>■ shoi
Before doolding mi Hml now tiulld-
lug or tliat repair worle, sno Qeo, lt.
l^ash, Uio Pioneer Builder nf Kim
gavo
TlEE
|MII
r ibe
Tills
lierloy ami Ciaiil
roolt.
IStf
1,1st   y
iiir   pi
iperty   ee
lib
Martin
llroa.
35t(
Mrs, !•'
Portlo
, nl' Slllli
Vlll
Hill. Ih
spehdlng
Bovorn
(lays  lu
Cr
inbrook,
Ilia eiiie'jei
uf Dr.
and Mra
W
A. Per-
gle.
Tlte dramatic performers   o
Kimberley Methodist church hav
prevailed upon to repeal a pnrt
entertainment which    tin
thf  Uth of liiHt mouth,
pnrt will be repeated hul
ovoning's program will h
new ontertalntuonl win hi
■Monday, March loth, ut s p.r,
Fnr iho oponing part ol'
grain (hey have written a i
entitled    "Von    mUBl     get     Mairi
which should create real whotesorai
laughter, They an- rohonrslug oihoi
musical Items whi- b will he entirely
different from the last program, and,
finally, tliey will repeat tin* piny, "The
(lirl and the Undergraduate."
•■"*'■ Griffith. | .SHIPMENTS OK ORE
Perrfeet Attendance - .Normau Bur-j KEf KIVKD AT Till*;
"tt, (-Catherine Cavanagh, Louise Da-I TRAIL SMELTER
re,   Alice   Davis.    Domina  Gauthier, |  —
>vide Gauthier,        Thomas Mawson, I    Following iH a statement of ore re-
i Griffith, Marguerite Meister, Cor-Wived  at  the  Trail   Smelter  for  the
iy   Ml
McLelian,
Bennett
. JeSBie McKenzle,    James
Haroldine Anderson, Rosa.
fa
ni:
DIVISION IV.
vonagh, Victor
oney, Burton Mc
leorge Nlvon, Isle
Gauthier,
-■cod. Iris
B laugh
lor, Margaret Tate, Katberfne Thomp-
ntage of atatenda
MONTHLY  REPORT
FKOM KIflI!tiitM*.Y
SCHOOL  FOIt   I llfV
Mrs. Andrews was Ihe
lucky ticket    for   the
which was raffled by thi
dren.
lolder of the
•hiicohite set I
school chil-1
Asyone considering taking life Insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook.    They are District Agents
DIVISION I.
Proficiency — Grade ti, Jean Thomllnson; Grade 7, Louise Fisher; Grade
8, Anna Tofolt..
Perfect Attendance — Albert Hetl-
qulflti Florence Morrison, Donald McKenzle, Paul Soderholm, Tom Summers, Anna Tofelt, Edward Holt, Men
tor Canada's largest life company, and '>' MacKay, Jean Thomllnson
have specialized in tbat business for
fifteen years. lBtf
Dr Wilson Herald, ear, nose and
throat specialist, will arrive In Kimberley, March 17th, and can he consulted at the hospital. 2-3
The Leap Year dance held at the
Concentrator on Friday evening attracted a great number of young people all of whom enjoyed the fan Immensely,
George Dimor lias returned from a
business trip to Calgary.
Frank and John McMahon entertained a number of tlieir friends at tlieir
Iiome on Tuesday evening.
When Ton Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phone 2b     ::     Cranlironk
gole Agents for Kimlierley Timnslti-.
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Dr. G. Lome Rice §
Dentist        f
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IIKNT.II.   I'AKI.OI,        J
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OVER |
union's cur       J
Percentage of attendance 94.90.
FLOYD L. IRWIN, Teacher.
DIVISION 11.
Proficiency — Grade 5, Betty Mason:  Grade 4. Maxlne Murphy.
Perfect Attendance — LIly.Blayney.
Chrissie Foote, Ethel Hedquist, Maxlne Murphy, Sam Soderholm, Phyllis
Hoit, Carl Cavanagh, Lena Houle,
Margaret Morrison, Lome Summers.
Jessie Bonner, Arnold Hedquist, Arthur Johnson, Reggie McLeod, Isabel
Young. Arthur Andrews. James Davis, Betty Mason, Murray McKenzle,
Jane Young.
Percentage ot attendance 90.69.
A. V. STEVENSON.
DIVISION HI.
Proficiency — Grade 2, Thelma
Houle; Grade 3; Mary Luellen.
Perfect Attendance—Thelma Houle,
Patty Murphy, Edward Looney. Genevieve Dacre, Lola Spinks, Garvin Mc-
Call, Beatrice Hopkins, Diana Hannay,
Gracla Gauthier, Isobel Lepard, Edna
Johnspn, Mary Luellen. Bobs Hannay,
Frank Davis, Iris Carlson. Clifford Lepard, Kathleen Matthews. Ella McKay.
Robert Watklns, William Young. Elmer Cavanagh, Frank Pearson.
Percentage of attendance 90.65.
0. DIEBOLT.
DIVISION IV.
Proficiency —  Crade  3,  1st   Term.
Norman Burdett; Grade 1, 2nd Term.
iy te on wheels again, muc
sfactlon of all concerned
IN^IBMORIAM
Pilose few lines are in memory of
i inte Carl McKee, who died recent,
at  Kimberley, B.C.. and were pub-
period   (luring   I-
elusive
Name of Mine ami Locality
Bell, Beaverdell. B.C   	
Galena  Farm, Silverton, B.C,
Knobhlll, Republic, Wash   .
Lone Pine Surprise Lasi
Chance, Republic, Wash	
.Monitor. Three Forks, B.C	
Millie Mack, Burton, B.C	
Qullp, Republic Wash	
Roseberry Surprise, New
Denver,   B.C	
Ruth, Sandon, B.C	
Spokane Trinket. Aiiisworih. ll.C
St. Eugene, Moyie. H.C	
Sally, Beaverdell. B.C. 	
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C, dead
I zinc
Company   Mines   	
L'i*   in
I ons
. 37
.. -in
.. 60
. . 36
.. 211
.. n
i ir,
) 14t>
.9307
WYCLIFFE NOTES
Tiie planing mill closed dowu on
Friday lasi and wit) not resume operations for an Indefinite period.
Mrs. F. Houle returned on Friday
last from an extended visit lo tier home
In London. England, Like many oth-i
ers who visit the Old Country in these]
uncertain times, Mrs. Houle Is i
be hack again In the Domini.in,
I THE
I  Otis  Staples Lumber Co.,
I Limited
lad to f
lished in the Penile Free Press:
To duly
Oil, Gaily Boy, they say you're gone
Where good men always go;
May God Imi bless tlie spot you lay
Beneath the pure white snow.
Oh. Caily Boy, just hear my words,
And see my hitter tears;
led Ihem for the days gone by.
Not for the future yeara.
ause, Cady Boy, I know you're safe,
You've played the game so true;
You played the man as all do know.
And God will see yon through.
It's hard to think of you, Old Boy,
That's gone and passed away,
But siill it's nice to think of you
As not been led astray.
My heart grows   light   Just   when I
think
Wliere rests your last remains,
'Cause you are laying with tlie boys
We played In olden days.
dy Boy, my time .shall come.
When I am called to go.
To lay beside my fellow men,
That's where I want to go.
And when on passing by tbe school
The children arc at play.
I'll think of you. old Cady Boy,
Your spirit just as gay.
You know we used to do the same
When at the same old school.
Except against the rule.
But now we're scattered far and wide,
All men aud women grown,
\nd 1 am sure there Isn't one
Who for you doesn't mourn.
Ob, God be blessed that peace and rest
Is for you evermore;
God wltl be just unto your dust;
You've reached tiie distant shore.
—My   D.   Braster.  Ainsworlh.    B.C.
Feb. 14. lf'24.
Total
LOSS'
North Boy Out. - The gold mines of
Northern Ontario broke all previous
records in tlio month of January, when
they produced approximately $2,100,-
000 based on preliminary reports obtained from the mines
Here and There
Navigation of thi* St, Lawrence
river is expected to open early in the
month of April. According to preliminary schedules issued hy tlie various steamship companies operating
between Canadian Atlantic ports
and Europe, 192 ships will visit the
pert of Quebec in  1924.
! The Canadian Pacific Railway has
j inaugurated as a special feature the
■ serving of afternoon tea regularly
on all dining, cafe and buffet cars
throughout the system. The tasteful little menu which the company
firovides includes tea, coffee, vhoco-
ate, toast, muffins, cake, ice cream
and preserves at reasonable prices.
The Spiller Company, a great
British concern with ¥150,000,000
capital, has completed arrangements
for the establishment of facilities in
Canada which wilt entail an outlay
of $6,000,000 to finish the plant of
the Alberta Flour Mills in Calgary,
with another $2,000,000 to build an
elevator at Vancouver.
I The aecona of the two large paper
I machines recently installed by the
| Belgo-Canadian  Paper Company at
Shawinigan Falls, Que., has com-
I menced operations. The machine,
< which is the product of the Domin-
, ion Engineering Company, is now
{ producing  newsprint.    It   will   be
tuned up and is expected to produce
j a commercial grade of newsprint at
j or above its daily capacity of 75
, tons in the near future.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
HOOTS VN1) SIIOCS
Nuil Cusps nml Trunks
IM EKAI 1 '•
Bonta jni.l Bhn i v ui) Repaired
A. Mellor
GENERAL   Ml KCHAVI
STAPLE * FANCY QROCEBIES
OBMTS  FURNISHINGS
LAMBS AND OHLDREN'S
SHOES AND I1e.sk
RUBBERS,   QLOVES   ETC.—
SEE US POR PRICES   ■
HARC11 "HOD & OCX"
HAS WESTERS ARTICLES
OF MUCH rXTEREST
WHITE LUNCH
NOW OPEIM
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AW.'.V.VW.'AW.V,'
MEALS AT All. HOURS
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A l.A CARTE SERVICE
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For Reliable Jewelry
China ware & Optical Goods
Call iii J.C.ADAMS
Kimberley Jewelry Sto^e
Watch Our Windows for Ilia Latesl Qoode      Now Goods
Arriving All tln> Time.
TRY ol !t WATCH REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
Kl'tltKRLEY    .    B.C.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nf  < tularin Limit**.!
optii'kb  SMELTING AND REFINING nKPARTMKNT
TUMI.,    BRITISH    CO MI MIMA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Pw.hM.fin of Gold, Slim, Copper, Lead A Zlne Oroe
ProrfRcenof flold, HltTer* Topper, Pig l,rad and /Im
•TADAWAC" RltAND
Speaking at Toronto recently, E.
W. Beatty, President of the Canadian Pacific Railway, declared tbat
"what Canada is suffering from Is
lack uf men, lack of capital and lack
of those forward policies which will
enable the country to realize within
a reasonable time its own manifest
destiny." He added that he did not
believe in "exaggerated whisperings
or in any statements which are calculated to destroy the belief of Canadians in their own country."
Captain d. Robinson, C.6.E.,
R.N.R., commanding the Canadian
Pacific liner "Emprtss of Canada,"
was invested with the C.B.E. by Sir
Harry Armstrong, British Consul-
Geneial at New York, when his ship
arrived there on January 25th, prior
to setting out on her great world
cruise. Captain Robinson also received the freedom of the city of
New York. These honors were in
recognition of his gallant work
when commanding the Canadian
Pacific liner "Empress of Australia" at Yokohama, at the time of the
Japanese  disaster
According to Canadian Pacific officials, immigrants from Europe
who spend a few hours in Montreal
on their way west are re-discovering
America—or rather Canada—at a
great rate. Some days ago there
went eighty Scandinavians drumming their heels in the big waiting-
looms at Windsor Station, bored to
tears. Then one of them suddenly
discovered that the Province of Quebec, unlike Sweden, is not "dry." The
rush of the Danes on Alfred s England was as nothing compared to
that with which the delighted Scandinavian   gentlemen   emptied   that
 I waiting-room.   So excellent did they
44,4,4,*+.'•**!++++<•♦++++■.•++++++.! find the beer that they did not ahow
f' up again till train-time, when they
announced    unanimously,    though
with alight difficulty, that "Canada
bane ont fine country."
Tt ba stranded in a strange city
with no worldly assets but a suit of
dreas-clothes and yet to come out of
tho adventure victorious is to
achieve something. Joe and BUI arrived in Montreal a few nights ago,
their baggage consisting of the
clothes they wore, two dress suits,
an adequate quantity of the needful and an enthusiastic determination to see Life with a capital L.
When they woke on the morning
after, they found that someone had
relieved them of everything they
possessed except the dress suits
they had slept in, and which they
had worn for the previous night's
affray.
In this predicament they appealed
to the authorities at the Canadian
Pacific Windsor Station, for work
whereby to earn enough to Uke
hem out of the wicked city. Sympathetic officials put them on the
Hnow-shovelling gang. And here
theRe two stout fellows, in their
dress suits, Joe with his feet wrapped in sacking to keep them warm,
labored heartily for four days, earning the price of their tickets back to
the little old hone town. So once
more  fiction and tho  movies are
Mrs. R. Hastings Trew and little
laughter Shirley also arrived on Friday from a vit.li to Mrs. Trow's former
if- in Nottingham, England, having
been away for the ln.it eight months;
white not forgetting tlio charms of the
old liiml Mrs. Trew te glad to be back
again in the land of tha maple leaf.
Stove Clark and Lloyd Crowe returned im Wednesday from their short trip
to Calgary, where they took In one of
the professional hockey games, Tliey
came back soouor than tliey expected
and some one started a torrlble rumor
that they got Into a right while in the
ancestral home ot Pat Hums. This
report carries no morn truth thnn the
label on a bootlegger's bottle, but
t like to state that hnd such an
evi.nl taken place our Mlow townsmen would ha>e won the honor by a
large plebiscite ot ttoelng Inhabitants,
however, It didn't and tho rumor is
llko tho mark—out of sight. Wc hnvo
traced this rumor to tho ground like
a pig's 1)080—and expect to get the
cigars for our efforts.
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SLAB WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
■:■•."• ■:-+•.**+•.-•.•++*+++*t***
Winnlfred Fisher;  William Tanner
DLINOR H. CURLEY, Teacher
DIVISION II.
Perfect Attendance. — Richard En-
quist; Ivan Fisher. Edna Johnson;
Florence Johnson. Annie Marunchak;
j Ainu Poho.
Honor Roll, — LUla-Clalre St ■;■:■ s
Harold McClure; Aina Poho; Annie
Ireland; Sarah Hark; Hannoa Poho;
Florence Jolinson
AGNES REEKIE, T- 1    er
unum temperatures .
February show;, this y
.. number of year,
thermometer did  not
the month of
\r was tlie first
hack when the
register a be-
Mr. Macdonald of Kitchener, ban ta.
ken Mr. H. Walker'o place aa tie In
spcc.tor ut tho mill; Mr. Walker Ih
leaving for points south of Cranbrook
on Inspection work.
Tho two Leap Year dances held In
Cranlironk last Friday night were attended by a good many Wyclife people. Noticed at the Recreation Club
wero: Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Staples, Miss
A. Reeklo, and Mossrs. J. Jones. It.
Johnson, J. Pennington, D. Foster and
It. Bourgeois. At the Auditorium were
Mr. and Mrs. D. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs.
K. Houle, MIhh 10. Anderson, and Messrs. J. Johnson, P. Pranzen, W. Staples
and C. Mower ot Wycliffe.
Mr.
tl'.ess
last.
('.. (Ionian! returned from ,1 bus-
trip to Spokane on  Thursday
Alt the good resolutions are not
made on January first, as witness the
case of tho local gent who solemnly
made his tho other day: sad to telate
It has gone the way of most resolves,
tho' with the aid of an alarm clock and
a bucket of water we are of the opinion
that it can yet be accomplished.
The story of Three Yankee Hunters
ho ■ me up from New York to have
some hunting In New Hmnswick is
well described by Charles E. Williams
of N iw York, one of the party. In the
March issue of Rod and Gun In Canada, and all sportsmen will enjoy this
narrative. For those who have never
■■ Jasper National Pork, or for
those who wish to renew their remem-
Iran-es of this beauty spot. C. E.
Trowbridge's well Illustrated article
on Jatfper Park will be of particular
nteresl "Fishing on Hie Eastern
Slope of ihe Rocky Mountains" Is a
tood Btory by D. B. Elliott, while
r ycostle Pale lias a good account
of moose hunting in Novn Scotia. In
the fluns nnd Ammunition department
H W Pry and .1 R, Mattern continue
tho r good articles in the new series,
Iwhlle It. P. Lincoln. W. C. Motley, J.
w Wlnson, F V. Williams and F. H.
Walker have filled tholr various departments with interesting reading
♦- for the Bportsman. The March issue
— or "Rod and Gun In Canada" contains
something 1.1 Interost nil lovers of
hunting, fishing, shooting, and kennel
interests, whllo there are articles
dealing with many phases nf outdoor
Ufa
LUKE GREEK MILK |
THE IHU I.IKK CREEK   j
DAISY FARM \
lor Snip In Kitnlirrlc; at "\
10c per Qtart   ]
l'llim   AIIMOM'Tlll.V *
IM .UUNTKKII J
Announcement
DIMOR'S CAFE
AND ROOMS
Newly ootistruotal, aro now
<E|>i'ii lo the public. Yoti will
find tlio cafe, clflun, comfortable
and up-to-dato in every p»rtlc-
nlnr. Hoodie, nro fnrnltthod with
llio hoHt. jni.l have hot and cold
wittor In each.
IVYCUFFE SCHOOL
REPORT FOR MONTH
OF FEBRUARY
low ten mark eei all. The average
■ bj : .:. temperature, however, ho-s
n,.jii more even, as Indicated by tho
following record „f high and lo*
11 ark, f.Er the iiEEEiith t,f February.
Mi'iitli of t'.'ltriiiErj
162.      	
1323 	
1925   	
THK    WEATHER
lin.l.KTIN
■ ,920
TheniHiineli r    He'iiiIIiie:,
f ninbrouk
Mai Min
weather  report
[February 2s   12 ;'S
F*eortiary 29  4", 29
Mnrch 1      .'. U
March 2   ti
March 3   t2 26
March 4    42 23
March 5     4'1 22
\ comparison of maximum and min-
1919
191S
;:■■'■-
191*
1915
49
13
46
—15
42
—16
49
—;
44
—s
42
—26
40
—28
44
—13
50
—18
46
—2"
Dq i'oar I'nty, Officer
[to  man   having  trouble   with
*■ ■        Here—here.   Cut it out or I'll
have ' ■ arrest you."
Man : -You just think you'll ar-
rest :.. 1 know better It will be a
rescue "
DIVISION I.
Honor (toll
drado VIII.—Dorothy McClure 77.2.
Margaret McClure 73.3, Johan Pederson 61.1.
Grade. VII.—-Helen McClure 71.4,
Frances Poster 66.7, Rohort Leggett
fifi. Harold Johnson «3.3.
firadt* VI.—Phyllis Staples 63.4
Grade V.—Helen Marunchak 60.2.
Alex Vager t1S.fi. Walter Johnson 60.9.
Grade IV—Victor Marunchak 73.1,
Uly Poho 71.7. Edltha dark 60.5,
Teresa Marzocco no.
Perfect. Attendance Johan Peder-
Bon.Margaret McClure, Harry Ireland:
Thomas Clark; George Tanner; Phyllis Staples; James Tanner; Walter
Johnson; Alex Yager; Kditha Clark;
Victor Marunchak;    Harry   Johnson:
THE world is still a playground to thla young migrant, but Captain TurnbulL Commander of the Canadian Pacific S.S. "Mont-
laurier" tried to point out to him that when he WM ready to consider
the serious side ol life, Canada would afford him opportunities to
go full ahead.	
YES, I   KNOW-!
FROrA   EATING
H£ft COOKING
K-:.>f-rj,.r* PAGE     EIGHT
THE   CRANBROOI   HEBAI.D
Vriilay, March 7tti, 1084
,   ,   ,   ,   ,—♦—4—.—a   a   a—,,,,*,,,,,,,*,,   t—,    $**
SEE Ol'lt   iMMMIW   I'llll
HALF PRICE SPECIALS
Uf Engagement
HI Rings
CHINA & POTTERY
"THE GIFT SHOP"
zA. EARLE LEIGH
WATCHMAKER & JEWELLEK Next smr Theatre Xiirbury Ave.
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* u, sjh.:i(1 ou mi engagement
* ni.   may he modest Indeed,
£ bul quality Is still the moBt
* Oui  moderately priced ili-
§ amonds  are     ol    the  same
* riawleftfl  quality    n*    those
* used  iir more ci .liy cre-
/y>^*JjV**-Wl/l»»-^/*>*«'*-'-*^^
Another Shipment of those Beautiful Wicker   [j,
Flower Baskets and Stands Have Arrived
There lire long eeiics with metal pans; there are tall ones
[or jai'tii'nieres ami stantis, all beautifully made and finished in a rich, dark brown shade.
Wicker Rockers & Chairs
I  W.H.W Ison
-.; I
The lew 'Ier
Ibis .lusi Received
THE FIRST lliNSKiMllIM'
(ii The Latesl Models of
Chevolet Cars & Trucks \
The New Models present many huprov. m ti
over the old        ' \ /
PHONE 147       |
Demonstrations
Gladly Given \
BEFORE DECIDING ON yOUR NEW CAR J
IT    WILL    PAY    YOU    TO    SEE    THEM *.
New SUPERIOR Touring
ji   r.oc/m
Insure with llculo & Elwell.
recently unilol'weiil
apnendlcll mucli
^^^^^^^^^
New SUPERIOR Roadster
2 Passenger
New SUPERIOR  Sedan
r, passenger
New ONK   ION  THICK
...  inni, nnssee-l    Dr. Wilson Herald,   ear   nose anil
I- a Conroy tin* ween iook pi'sse...-
ul one ol the new Blur Sport Mo- I throat specialist, will arrive in town
cli tlie RateliKe & Stew-
nloailod this week.
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' Forule, Vim-
>, Evits i:i the
rein
iii^ii
March 12tlt, and will remain for some
days. He can tie consulted al tlu*
hospital. 2\t
Wanted    to    Rent:  Small  cottage
Itable ior two, no children. Apply] H. P. Simmons, of tlte Colonial Tailors, l-icthbridgc,   wan in the city on
Miss Alleyno Walllnger has taken a G. W. V. A. Masquerade Ball, at the
position in Lhe office of Heale & El- Auditorium, Monday, March 17, St.
well. I Patrick's Day. 48«
Tho Methodist Ladles' Aid will hold
a Home Cooking Sale and A Iter noon
Tea at tho Sunday School room, Saturday, March 15th, from 3 to C.       2-3
joe Uyematsu, who formerly conducted tl** Century Cafe un Van Horne
Mrs. Huffman loft on
join her husband who hai
iu-y for some time post,
turn to this cily in a few
aturday u
|
In   first   instancy  to  llox   H,  Herald
Offlce. 51tf
Hughle Woods of the C. P. U.( made
a purchase this week from the Ratcliffe & Stewart Garage of one of the
new 1924 Star touring cars,
Mrs. P. .1. Smith returned this week
from her former home in Quebec
where she was called some weeks ago
hy tho death of her father, Mr. Lnder-
1    A Safety  Deposit  Box is the only
,   . . .    ..      tl        , ,   safe place for documents ot value.   A
street, hus returned to the city ami is   ,,
Deposit  Box costs $3.00 iht annum,
now running the Canadian Cafe, cIobq      ' „   ,      ' A,    ' ,    n
.   ,,   .        .     . A box   in   Beale .**: ElwelVa De posit
in liis former stand. „   „ , .    ,,     ,
'Vault keeps $3.00 lu Cranbrook.
.1. H. Haslam on Thursday last made
with th
pied by
eterson. second hand dealers
arry a lull line of Men's
ind Children'.. Rubbers.
W. P DORAN.
ow prices win every time.
Wednesday of this week on his way
to Kimberley.
Hemstltching.-
den Avenue.
■ Mrs.   Surtees,  Gar-
2tt
It is reported that a silver find of
considerable proportions was made at
the Sullivan Mine last week-end, which
If true, will add still further to the
wonderful production of that big enterprise. Definite confirmation has not
been obtained. Iu the meantime II is
reported that a good number of new
men are being taken on by ibe company at Kimberley and plans are under way for considerable extensions
Ito the bousing facilities there.
A Cookery Salo will bo held by the
Parent-Teacher Association, on Saturday, April 12. Further particulars
later. 62-2-4-6
a voluntary assignment of tho business assets Of Huslam's Drug Store,
tor the benefit ot creditors. M. A.
Tho many friends oi Mrs. Bert Tin- Beale has been appointed custodian d!
ner will bo pleased to know that on the estate, receiving his official ap-
Wednesday sho was sufficiently Im- pointment on Monday, Mr. Haslam
proved In health to warrant her return loft on Saturday lasi for Coleman. Al-
home from the hospital where she has berta, where Mrs. Haslam has been for
been for a few weeks, Buttering from the past three weeks or so.
heart trouble. —
If you arc figuring on New Tins
Special!   Special!  Tungsten Lamps|r„r your car this spring it will pay
at bargain prlceB.    25, 40, and 50 watt | you to call on Wilson's Vulcanizing
tor 3&c Works and get prices.   We sell gaso-
Our low prices win every time.      lijne, oil, accessories and Second Hand
W. P. DORAN. Tires and Tubes. ltf
For
figure
Ralcli
nt <
first class car at a modern
he new Star has no equal. S1
a & Stewart.
Mr. 11. K. I
Royal    Bank,
Wo-lrnortfld (hit a ffnn,l mimhrn. nf n^lDove, left on Sunday last for
ver. where Mr. Hove has bes
fcrred. after a stay ot three
this city, during which timi
made many friends.    Tbe R
Harry  Lingas of tho 1'atricia.  re-l ■ a*™.**.™       ■ i    ^ especially,  tosos  a sir
turned on Saturday last from a mon-     Try tbe Kootenay  Garage for the porter with his departure. Mr. Crai
Mi's visit at Edmonton. [service that pleases, Agents and Deat-jshaw, formerly of Vancouver, arrlvi
See the new Star
v Stewart.
at Ratcliffe
BOU
A number of local contractors were
visitors at Yahk ihis week after the
fire, to get a line on what rebuilding
is proposed in tho lumber town,
Mrs. J. 13. Kennedy entertained on
Thursday nfternoon last at her home
on Garden Avenue to an At Home in
honor of Mrs. Drummond formerly of
this "ity, who will he leaving shortly
for the coast, a good number ot
the ladles of St. Mary's Church aad
old friends ot the family called during tbe afternoon and enjoyed ibe social amenities of tho oc anion.
ceountont at tin
panled by Mrs
last for Vancou
up
.01 f
ers  iu  Superior  Chevrolet   cars  and
trucks. 1
were only three bids for the
-es at the rule uii Monday of
tels of the Great Wesl Amu 10-
inipany,   wliich   stored   their]
l    T.   B.  Chirr,  district  agent of the
Metropolitan Life Assurance Company j
....; iu the city on company business!    Mr. Sperry Phillips, of Camp List r,
I from Pernio on Friday lost. repr sentatlve  for the  Confederation
[Life Co., fs in the elty on business for
Have that car overhauled as soon'
mm>swim:ht
m
s
□llIElfiifH
BBnm
The DODGE CAR
is ihe Host (-Cylinder Car on the Market.
A Few Reasons Are:-
IX IS THK MOST DURABLE CAR—
and will shiml hard work thai other cars will
not.
IT IS THE LEAST EXPENSIVE CAR TO RUN—
First cost is nol the cost of running a car. The
cost ot upkeep is the principal consideration.
We have Dodge Cars running in Cranbrook and
district that have gone 17,000 miles without Inning required one dollar for repairs, Can you
beat this record—an absolutely irtte statement of
fact?
Call and see the latest model 1924
Dodge Touring Cars
Dezall's Garage
P II O N E    S 0
i two railway
ment here In
j round aud ier
been stored down town while the cars
remain .temporarily on the siding,
Some living equipment from the cars
was sold liy Sheriff Taggarl on IVed-
1 nesday afternoon.—Grand Forks Gazette. The Greal Wesl Amusement Co.
j will be recalled as putting In a week In
ihis city and al Kimberley lasi fall,
presenting plenty of lively entertainment of all kinds while they were
here.
Tbo boys of the Marlon Oliver Mission Hand aro giving a "JiggB" dinnor
In the Sunday School ot the Church
trom 6.30 to 7 30, Saturday, March Bth.
If you like corned beef and cabbugo
di) nut Tall to be iii
60c, Children 25c.
his company.
last  week and  is  taking
position here.
Ratcliffe & Stewart will be pleased
to show you tho new 1024 model Star
Car. 60tt
Ottawa, Out. -
IaisI j-L'iir $170,090,000
emiiie; in Caiia.li
e through its tourist
iraillE-. anil as a
revenue producer this
takes its place
ns tolll'tll in Iho l)o-
minimi.   Accord
iiE^ in government es-
tlmates,  990,329
uutomoblles  euterod
Cannda on  plei
isure ,,r business ilu-
Hns l!f-':.    0I'
[liosc S82.920 wont to
(1 rlo,  03.S61
i.) Quebec, ::5.'J2t; to
Brttisli t'olumbt
;i. 10.676 t,i Manitoba.
2.394 l" Xe-ee- Dl
unswlck. l!'T in Susk-
atchbwan, 462 i
i) Alberta, and 291  to
Nova Scotia.
E-
He;il Snap.
Tee'o Chevrolet Curs.
lioznll's Qarage
Slit
<dics and show equip- |a8  possible before   the    rush starts
fall.     The merry-go-hi*;  more satisfactory in  every  re-l    Special Prices on New Batteries at
wheel equipment havelBpect.   See the Kootenny Garage. Service Garage. Phone 34. itf
_ !    Mr. Huffman left on Wednesday eve-
Shipments from Kootenay mines to ntug  for  Bel I evil e to  be present at! to alleviate as much
ihe Trail Smelter as listed from the■ the game between Rossland and Belle-] pain he has to eiidur
On Thursday last ;i very sad accl
dent took place at the Crow's Nest Uimb
Pass Lumber Co., Wardner, when Mr. Bixtei
11. It. Parkins had the misfortune to
i have his hack broken by a rolling
log. • The unfortunate man was removed to lbo St, Eugene Hospital
where every care is being given him
possible the
Mr.  Parkins
Ottawa, OnL—The Canadian Macintosh red apple, a native of Ontario,
first propagated by John Macintosh
of Dundas County, is the Champion
dessert tipple In the British Empire, so
the judges at the Imperial Fruit Show
which was held al Manchester, recently decided. They also stated thai
Cox's orange pippins from British Co-
•eon the whole tbe hest of the
xliihits from overseas.
Dane, Oai.   n
nsolldoted Mining a Smelting  Co.(view on Thursday night.
last week again included a carload
20 tons from the St. Eugene .Mine.
hand.    Adm
The Cranbrook Rotary Club chan-l
god the hour of their regular weekly
luncheon ihis week to ii p.m. This
ft'oa done bo thai advantage might
be taken ot the presence In the city of
in*. Charles Kiketihury. president of
the Spokane Uotury Club. After the
luncheon Cue members were favored
with an Illustrated lecture by their
visitor, on tho work hts home club is
doing in iiu* way of assisting crippled
children. His hearers were particularly Interested In views of actual cases of tlio straightening of crooked
bones, as well as other evidences of
the wonderful work that is being ac-
."'! I bed there. .\ statemenl thnt
was received with pleasure was that
Invitations have heen handed out
for an At Home to he given by the
Literary Society of the High School.
on Friday evening of this week. An
Interesting program will be presented,
Including a couple of scenes from
the "Merchant of Venice" and other
Interesting items. The occasion will
also provide nn opportunity for the
parents to meet with the High School
staff in a friendly social way.
The Kootenny garage will he pleased
to take you out ou a demonstration
ride to show you just what the new
Suporlor Chevrolet ls like. 1
Tho delegates from this city who
attended the sessions of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern British Columbia at Nelson hist week returned the end of last week, after
spending what proved interesting and
productive sessions. Not the least in-
teri itlng word thai they bring back is
that tli" Associated hoards will be
meeting In ibis city this summer, in
connection with an excursion wliich it
i, planned to be held to Kimberley at
the invitation of the Consolidated Corn-
understood here
TImmlns Interests of the Hol-
:.i. olfdnted Gold Mines have
t. go ahead with development
the McCratg Bagshaw group
-. in th,- Rouyn township. Ar-
nls have  been   made to coin-
In the annual report of the Fernie1 mence camp construction, while cxpln-
police department given out this week ration and development plans oare to
mention is drawn lo the fact that it investigate the sou herly continuation
Is now two years oince a serious crime of the big ore body on which Impor-
took place thai bad to go before the taut success has been obtained on the
L71 charges we're Infd  adjoining  Chadboume  claim m   tho
In   all   last   year  and   fines   to  the Noranria mines,
amount of $5415.50 were levied.     For
 ^^^^^ trndo licenses the sum of ^BBD| D
Heal Snap.      Two Chevrolet Cars, all was collected, representing 211 II-
Dezall's Garage. Bltf   censes issued.
The Ross-J is 02 years of age.
vue on Thursday night. The Ross-
evening accompanied by Mr. Tom Crerar who fs seetiiK that the hoys keep
lit for the games. It Is expected tho
Rossland team will not have any great
difficulty in capturing the B.C.-Alber-
ta Championship, when they will pro- HU*,rome court*
ceed to Winnipeg to play for the Allan
Cup.
11:1!  (a
ml  13
rrangemenls have been made where-,pany, to inspect the Sullivan mine and
,y children trom Cranbrook could have the new Concentrator. A general
tho same advantage of treatment os meeting of the Board of Trade la to be
the children of Spokane, n nominal held on Friday evening of nexl weok
■081 or one dollar being tho only roe. al the city hall at B p.m., when the re-
\ hearty voto ot thanks was tonderod port or the delegates to the Nelson
the spoakor for his very able addross. convention   will  be received,  among
— 'other business,
We cart y a mil line of Men's worn- —
oh'b and Misses* Shoes. Bight   a- res  improved,   near  Cran-
Our low prices win every time. brook,   for sale  cheap.        Apply    to
W. F. DORAN. Beale & Elwell.
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Public Notice
A GENERAL  MKI'.TINIJ of the
Cranbrook Board of Trade
will Ihi hold in the
City Hall on Friday, March 14
:it 9.00 p.m.
IS COIllilAl.l.V INVITED TO ATTEND.
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j! Announcement j:
Thompson & Peterson        f,
SECOND HAND STORE j
THOMPSON & l'KTERSON'S \\
is now located at \.
('. P. MACHOS A MI'S STORE, Aii.MS'i'itoNi: Wi: Mi: \\
Phone 76    -     Cranbrook, ll.C.    -      P. 0. liox 238 i
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nk Ee1. his E'lium.
into Ms confidence regarding his nt-
U'uiiun^ to :i pretty girl miiiieil Mary.
|-Yon see," explained Bill. "I've walk-
etl liiniiE' trom s ihool eveiIi her three
time, and carried her huniEs; bought
her ii'i' i'rt'jiin nm-e: n U-e ereiiin Miily
he-IE'!-. Xoev whadda ya think? D'ya
think 1 ougnt'n kiss her?"
Hd pondered tho matter. "Nah," lie
decided finally. "Don't kiss her. you've (hine enough for Hint girl."
WANT ADS.
HOOMS POM RENT   200 Dewar
line.
Ave-
6211
(it'll STOCK OK —
Footwear lor Spring
IS COMPLETE
A large shipment of CROCKERY is 1111 Its way.
Ilritisli Army ALL WOOL BLANKETS 1.50 & 2.2S each
B. WESTON'S STORE
STRAYED,
hluo bind
havo imi return.
blrdB have lakri
It lhe i.EEi.iT
T. II- Flott,
Plgootui, colored
lie mottled, Pig.
nil Kebruary and
Simula the Esli-iy
li qtEarlorB lu nny
will im npproclatoil
i tha loll will ndviae
in.1.1 k. 2
THB PUBLIC
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The City Bakery
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Home Matde Bread, Cakes
a.nd Pastry
DREAD DELIVERED
FRESH DAILY
WEDDING   &   IliiiTIIDAY
CAKES MARE TO ORDER
PHONE 23
H. EATON, Proprietor
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RENT   Hoi
nu.
Wiih board if
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in  Arm-
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SALE   A 11
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Mr
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M.i
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Chi
rk Avi'iiiii'.
Ill
FOR
SAI.K.
1 ru
nn
10(1
bungalow,
fully modern ;
Mill
IK
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ll'IIIIVIltl'll
ihi
ongliout.
API
dy
Job
i'llll  WlMlll-
man.
flltf
POR SAIjE -Dominion orgnn for Bale.
Wiiimii dnao, Very nit-c tone. $50
caBh, 01* reasonable tonus. Mof-
nnt'H Varloty Store, 1-2
FOR KAl.W.— Fender for open gratt-
This is a very good tender that cat
Ih*- secured nt a reasonable cost.
Phone or call at Herald Offlre.
60t!
WANTED—Advertiser desires to pur-
olmso five room hnuso with modern
conveniences. Marly poasetatot
deilred.   Box K. Herald offlce.   4ltf

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