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Array til NATIONAL IDYKBTUll
KNOWS THE BEBT MEDIUM-
BE PATB0NIZE8TUE HERALD
ft
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
A PArit FOB THE HOME-
TIIE INTERESTS Or CHAN-
IIBOOE   FOREMOST   ALWAYS
VOLUME 24
CRANBHOOK, B.O, THIRSDAY, APRIL II. 1»»».
Nl'MBEH «
Old Party Steps
Out Strongly
Outwrvatlve   Annual   Meeting
Held; Elert Officers and
A(lopt Constitution
ItuiiiforctiU with Uie uppouruni'e of
sumo now faces, it ud tho reappear
unci! uf some old ouch, tliu unniiul
meeting of Uio Craubrook Conservative Association drew a very largo at*
tendance at tho busemoul of Hit* Hanson block, Woduosduy evening, lho
placo bolng pretty woll crowded with
both men und women electors. Thore
wan u thorough discussion of sumo aspect* uf the liit-al orgunlzutloii, und a
disposition shown on nil sidos to lot
go of personal Ideas lu fuvor of what
ovor promised the greatest good for
the greatest number.
Dr. Rutledge, last year's president,
opened the meeting, und acted till the
election of officers took place.
The first business to be taken up
was tho adoption of a constitution along tho lines of thut In use at other
places. -Additions and deletions were
mado to fit local conditions. A discussion took placo as to the advisability or the ladles uniting with the
men Into one big organization, but it
was left for the ladies to decide this
for themselves a little later.
Officers for the coming year were elected as follows:
Hon. President Hon. A. Meighen
Hon. Vice President ... W. J. Bowser
President   J. T. Sarvis
Vice-president   A.J. Balment
Secretary-Treat*   Jno. Martin
Executive  Messrs. A. Graham, F.
H. Dezall, S. Taylor, W.F,
Cameron, T. D. Caven. W.
Stewart, Dr. F. W. Green.
Auditors H. W. Herchmer and
W. F. Attrldge
Dr. Rutledge was again nominated
foi the presidency of the association,
but declined the honor. Later be was
made the recipient of a hearty vote of
thanks for his loyal and constant service.-, as president during the past few
years.
Work will be undertaken right away on tbe voters' list before the time
for the court of revision, and steps
will also be taken to bring about a
proper organization or the entire riding.
HEADS OF COMMITTEES
NAMED FOR 24TH OF
MAY CELEBRATION
At a meeting of the preliminary
committee arranging for the 24th ot
May on Wednesday evening, the matter of appointing various, persons to.
the committees necessary for the dayi
was discussed. One man waB placed
In charge of each item or the day's
events, aud will be asked to pick his
helpers, these heads to meet when necessary ror the general discussion.
It Ik thought thut better results wfll
be obtained by tills method uf lining
up thc day's program. *,
Special efforts will be directed toward having Cranbrook decorate for
tho day, a feature of a celebration
which has been sadly neglected In
previous years.
With the stampede the special attraction, It l» planned to have it varied and interesting program of baseball, football, truck sports, horse-
racing, and other Items of eiiual interest.
For the stampede events, the committee has already received intimation
from several well known participants
In such celebrations that they wtlf be
on band to take part In the competition*, and It looks us if this part ot
the spurts will certainly he worth seeing. A grandstand is being planned
to seat between a thousand and fifteen hundred peoplo, and to have
seating capacity for all in the grounds
ou thai dny.
LEAVES UOVKRNMKNT
SERVICE AFTER EIGHTEEN  YEARS' WORK
Mr. N. A. Walllnger, government
agent Mid gold commissioner here for
the past few years, and ln the ser
vice of the provincial government for
the past eighteen years or so. severed
bis connection with this work on Fri
day last, tbe aim of March. The day
previous he received telegraphic instructions from Victoria to finish up
and hand over charge of the office t-9
his successor wbo would arrive from
Nelson. In compliance with these in*
structloiiK Mr. Edward T. Cope, of
Nelaon, former chief clerk In the government office there, haa taken over
f*|g^f,JMIUUHY b.
-.; tyS "*Prl',MI jsh
.. v^-.-i..,"' ■''■' jrs
being in attendance. Tho president Instead of discoursing on "Clvjcs",
spoke ou the "Alms and Objects" of
tho Institute, the motto of which Ib
"For Homo und Country/' Members
wero urged to do their dutWii aspiration of (his standard; to be broad in
their views, generous lu their dealings, helpful and thoughtful ln assisting uew settler^ taking their
stand for right lu uny cause. Mrs,
MacKuy spoke on the good work done
by the Institutes, particularly lu the
rural districts, She urged thut women use tholr Influence lu regard to
tlie "Moviea," in trying to arrange
some petition for the exclusion of
thoso pictues which both demoralize
the mind aud hurt the body, especially Influencing the minds of the
children, often causing their downfall early in life. Mrs. Hennessy then
recommended the establishing of a
baby clinic under the Cranbrook W.
I. Department, further particular of
which wilt appear later. The millinery class, at the wish of the members, was extended for two more
weeks, this will then be followed by
a dressmaking class,
A resolution forwarded from Creston in regard to Improving three
miles of road between Crawford Bay
and Gray Creek, *o connect with the
boat service,, was endorsed. A donation of $25 to the Central school
to help towards tlie amount needed
for their outdoor sports, was made,
and also $10 to the South Ward
school.
Two good cookery demonstrations
were given, viz: Tea biscuits by
Mrs, C. Parker, and solid cream tarts
by Mrs. F. Clark, and on being sampled by those present were voted as
being delicious. The social program
was of the best; Mrs. MacKay leading
with two recitations, followed by vocal solos by Mesdames Adlard and
Gotigeon, with Mrs, Turner acting as
accompanist. A very duinty tea was
served by hostesses for the day,
which proved that these ladles were
no mean adepts In the culfnery art,
and speaks well for their enterprise
on Wednesday next.
ANOTHER EAST KOOTENAY    OU>    TIMER
PASSES TO LONG REST
Paul  Hundley,   of   Kimberley,
Who IHh| ou Tuesday, Well
Known In tlie District
SERVICES AT CHRIST
CHVRCH DURING HOLY
WEEK AND EASTER
Palm Sunday, April 9th.-- 8 a.m.,
Holy Communion; 11 a.m, Morning
Prayer Litany; no evening service,
(united service In the Auditorium.)
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday-
Holy Communion 9 n.m ; Evensong
7.30.
Thursday—Holy Communion 9 a.m.
Event ong, Wycliffe.
Qood Friday—Morning Prayer; Ante Communion 11; Service of the Uist
Hour, 2-3.
Saturday—Oh.irch decorating during tho afternoon.
Easter   Sunday—H-oly   Communion
and S; Morning Prayer Holy Communion 11; Evensong 7.30.
Fire ou Thursday evening did some
damage which at the time of going to
press had not I teen appraised, to tho
residence of George Taylor, Dennis
SI. The brigade responded promptly to the cull, and notwlthstanring the
fact thnt they encountered a frozen
hydrant ai the head of Norbury on
Kaln, and had to fall brick on the
flro team and hose wagon, the fire
was brought under subjection before
very long.
Mr. DeBoecke arrived in the city on
Wednesday from Calgary, and has
taken charge of thc Star Orchestra
us violinist. He has been connected
with tho orchestras In the big picture
houses In Calgury, and Is a musician
of no little achievement. He uses an
Instrument which he has himself
mude, and whicli Is of considerable
value.
other point in central B.C. that a pet
Itfon was circulated and signed by all
political persuasions that he be allowed to remain here. Thla was forwarded to Victoria, and nothing further
was beard of the proposed transfer. It
Is felt that his long residence In the
district, and his intimate knowledge
particularly of its mining resources
hava been put to good use In behalf of
the prospectors and the public generally.
Old timers generally regetted
to lean on Tuesday of tlie death of
Paul Handly, of Klmberley. He had
boen in poor health for lhe past twn
years or m, but fur liie past month
his condition had beeu turning worse,
and death came ou Tuesduy morning
about 10.15, tho immediate cause be
ing chronic unemlu.
Tbe latu Paul Handley came into
the blast Kootenay district in 1898,
aud for some five yeurs was quite
prominently connected with the life
of the city, being in business here,
and owning a number of properties.
He came here from Kulispel, and a
number of old timers here still recall
the early days there. Mr. Handley
was one of the first aldermen of that
pluoje, und engaged in the livery business there, which he continued after
coming here. At that time of the
Marysvllle boom he went from Cranbrook and wus In the embryo smelter
town tor some thirteen years, removing about two years ago to Kimberley
tfhdfe he haB since resided.
He was born at Greenboro, West
Virginia, on December lst, 1862, now
being in his sixtieth year. In addition to the widow who ls left to
mourn life loss there is a grown up
family of five, Harvey, Miss Nellie,
Edgar, Arthur and Gilbert, all ot
whom Imve been at Klmberley. A brother resides at Port Coquitlam, and
another brother and sister ut Glasgow, Idaho. Another member of his
family It in believed fe residing in
Oregon.
The funeral was held on Thursday
in this city, service being bold at 3
o'clock In the Presbyterian Church,
Rev. E. W. MacKay, pastor, officlat-
ing. The pall bearers were old time
friends of the deceased from Kimberley nud Marysvllle, Messrs. A. Mellor,
Harry Drew, Ben Keer, K. W. Burden, U Johnson and J. A. MacDonald,
There were many floral offerings
In evidence at the funeral, testifying
to the esteem in which the deceased
was held, and the wide extent of his
acquaintance Flowers were "ent as
follows:
Family, pillow; Guy Mahaffey, star;
Mr. and Mrs. Fredcriskson, Wycliffe,
wreath; Harry McCoubrey, Wycliffe,
cross, Mr. J. A. McDonald, Klmberley, spray: R. E. Burke, Klmberley,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Capern, Kimber-*
ley, spray; Charles and Duncan Morrison. Kimberley, spray; Joe De Oer-
olamo, Klmberley, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. T. Summers and family, cross;
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morrison, Klmberley. cross; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Montgomery, Kimberley, spray: Mr. and
Mrs. C. Foote, Kimberley, spray; Mr.
and- Mrs. W. Lindsay, Kimberley,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. N. W, Burdett,
Klmberley, spray; Mr. and Mrs. J.
P. Fink. Cranbrook, spray; D. Beard,
Cranbrook, spray; Ratcllffe & Stewarl, Cranbrook, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Stewart, Cranbrook, wreath;
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McNeill, Cranbrook, spray; Mr. Wm. Morris, Cranbrook. wreath; Mr. and Mrs. D.
Burton Cranbrook, heart; Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Ward, Klmberley, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. P. Johnson, Kimberley,
spray; Harry Drew. Klmberley,
wreath; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fisher,
Klmberley, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. D.
Lundeen, Marysvllle, wreath; Mr,
and Mrs. Ben Keer and family. Marysvllle, spray; Mr. nnd Mrs, Hedley
Macleod, Klmberley, spray; Mr. and
MrB. E. H), Jackson, Kimberley,
spray; Mr. A. Hlgglns, Kimberley,
spray; Mr. aud Mrs. J. P. Lewis,
Klmberley, spray; Mr. Geo. Dahl-
gren, Kimberley, spray; Mr. and Mrs
Shannon, KlmberTey, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Dixon, Klmberley, spray.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   The impression haa gained ground
the position of government agent here, that the government at Victoria, wliat-
No reaaon was given to Mr. Walllnger
for the change, and when confirms-[if anything at all, have not been an
ever they hold against Mr. Walllnger,
tion arrived by letter at the end of
the week, still no reasons were stat
ed. Mr, Walllnger Is now in communication with Victoria endeavoring to
get some satisfaction along thla line,
and to ascertain just what causes are
assigned for his removal.
Considerable feeling lias been expressed at thia apparent high-handed
dealing on tbe part of the government
at Victoria. It waa only laat summer when It wm rumored Mr. Wallln
ger waa to to trasafsrrsd u mm*
xlous to treat the matter on its merits, but rather to seise on It as an
opportunity to carry out what they
really know la against tho wish of the
great majority of tbe people of this
section. Whether the matter will rest
there remains to be seen, but the fact
Is that a great deal of unfavorable
comment on the matter has been passed around thla week, followers of
both parties not hesitating to condemn the government course m to-
Mi aitM-wr te *•
A number of prominent western officials of tbe C.P.R. gathered here this
week for a conference ou railroad
matters and among Ihose present
were ('has, Murphy, general manager
western lines, F. W. Peters, general
superintendent, B.C. district, A. Cot-
trail, assistant general superintend
ent ofr B.C; W. B. Bamford, Nelson
district freight agent; J. S. Carter,
district passenger agent, Nelson; J.
Proctor, district passenger agent.
Calgary; A. R. Flett, superintendent,
Crow's Nest division, Cranbrook.
METHODIST CHURCH
MUSICAL SERVICE ON
OOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 14
Auspicious Day
on Sunday Next
I uu'lliuif of Memorial   Monument lu Afternoon and lulled
Service In Evening;
Following is the i nigrum arranged
tor tiio ceremony of    unveiling    the
memorial  und  the   united  service  at
ihe Auditorium:
AFTKIOOON 2Jo P.M.
G.W.V.A.- Ground-.
Hymn—"O God Our Help in Ages
Past."'
Lord's Prayer.
Hymn—"The Maple Leaf Forever."
Dedication.
Address—Rev.  Kber Crummy, D.D.
Unveiling of Monument—Mrs. F. D.
Patton, assisted by children of fallen heroes.
Placing of wreaths by relatives und
friends.
Reading of names of the fallen—Dr.
F. W. Green, Hen. Pres. O.W.V.A.
Sounding of Last Post—Mr. Lee Edwards .
Two minutes silence.
Sounding of Reveille—Mr. Lee Ed-
Edwards.
Presentation address—Mr. J. P. Fink,
President Board ot Trade.
Response—Mr. H. B. Hick*. President G.W.V.A.
Hymn—"O Canada."
Qod Save the King.
EVENING ME1KOBML SERVICE
Auditorium, 7.80 p.m.
Orchestral Prelude—"Tho Palms"—
Cranbrook Musical -Society.
Doxology.
Prayer or Invocation—Rev. E. W, MacKay.
Hymn—"Uuto the Skies Around Do I
Lift Up/'
Scripture Lossons—Rev. F. V. Harrison, Lieut. L. Ede.
Hymn—"Lord for all mankind we
pray."
Prayer—Rev. R, W. Lee.
Hymn—"God of Our Fathers Known
of Old."
Address—Rev. Eber Crummy, D.D.
Prayer.
Offertory.
Ofrertory Selection-— "Slumber Song"
—Cranbrook Musical Society.
Hymn—': For all the Saints."
Benediction. v \
March—Pleyol's Hymn1' — Cranbrook
Musical Society.  -
A reorganization meeting or tlie
East Kootenay Baseball League was
held at the Craubrook Hotel on Sunday last, April 2nd, 1922.
Officers were elected as follows:
Hon. Presidents—Hales Ross, W
H. Wilson.
I fun.. Vice-Presidents- E. L. Staples, A. IV Trltes, C. M. Pennock, C.
J. O'Neii, C, McNabb, F. Adolph.
President--O. Jacobson.
Sec.-Treasurer—Lloyd Crowe.
Tho league Will consist of three
groups, Eastern, Center and Western,
with tlie following Vice-presldq|its:
M. Kastner, F. McPherson and E.
Homo, who will act aa heads of their
own section ot the league.
The league 1H to be au amateur organization. Each group will arranga
ltH own schedule which must begin
on ur about May 7th, and conclude
\\tt later than August 15th. A list
or all registered players must be in
the secretary's hands by June lst.
No player may be received after July
15th. Any player may take part in
games until June, but lt Is left to tlie
honor of each club to play only bona
fide residents.
The following 15-day residence
clause wus adopted:
"Any player must be a bona fide
resident and worked for 15 days previous to any league game and must
be in the town when registered with
the league secretary."
A vlolatloti of this rule will make
the offending club liable to a fine of
$100.00 together with forfeiture of
that game, and the fine must be paid
before said club can play another
game. Tlie Judges will be the three
vice-presidents of the league, whose
decision will be final.
The home club will take all gate receipts and pay all Its own travelling
LIUERAL ASSOCIATION
ELECTS OFFICERS AT
ANNUAL MEETING!
The annual meeting of the Cranbrook Liberal Association was held on
Tuesday evening ut the Maple Hall,
und the nttondance reported at the
gathering was quite large. The main
business of the evening was the election of officers for the coming year
and the discussion or preliminary arrangements ror the provincial convention to be held at Nelson this
summer.
Officers elected Tor the coming yeur
nre as follows:
Hon.   Pres.—Hon.   W.   L,   Mackenzie
King.
Hon. Vice-Pros.—Hon. Dr. J. H. King,
M.P.
President—J. A.  Genest.
lst Bice-Pres Id ent—W, S. Santo.
Treasurer—T. M. Roberts.
Executive—Jas. Thompson, E. Paterson, Dr. F. B. Miles, J. Brault,
O. J. Spreull, C. R. Ward, Ray
Armstrong.
The matter of a secretary was left
open for a time, no permanent appointment being made at this time.
K. KOOTENAY BASEBALL
LEAtiVE REORGANIZED
AT MEETING THIS WEEK1
C.R.C. NOTES
Oisfrlel   Divided   Into   Three
Sections, With Vice-Presld-
ents in ('barge of Eaeh
An entrance fee of $5.00 will -be required from each club to go toward
paying league expenses. An additional assessment may be made on
each team If more funds are required.
TOTAL FOR RUSSIAN
FUND IS NOW CLOSE TO
NINE HUNDRED DOLLARS
Financial  slm-team* «f  the ."gav»j
the Children Fund":
Brought forward, reported laBt
week $811.26
Box,   Wardner      31.26
Box, Lumberton     8.85
Box,   Wycllffe      25.00
Kootenay  Orchards        2.00
^^^^B $878.45
Remitted!   .". $800.00:
April   6th       75.00
      3.45
Balance on hand
Cranbrook, B.C.,
April  6th.
$878.45
T. MOIR,
Secretary.
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE
GIVEN ON ORIGIN OF
THE BIBLE OF TODAY
Following ths custom of the last
three years, a special musical service
will be held In the Methodist Church
on Good Friday next, April 14th, at
8 p.m. Those who have attended
these services in the past are acquainted with the very high quality
of the programs, these concerts being
amongst the best which have been given tn the community.
The program thia year will be up to
any previously given, and will consist
of choruses, quartettes, vocal and Instrumental solos, etc.  A full program
will be given In neit week'a edition of
Born.—On Thursday, April Oth,
to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soden, a son,
(At home.)
The occasion of tbe showing ot
"The battle of Jutland'' and the "Log
of the U35" at the Star Theatre on
Wednesday and Thursday evenings
tills week proved to be quite a novel
attraction und certainly met with the
approval ot the audiences, tlie theatre
being filled to capacity both evenings.
Much credit is due Manager Bailey
of the Star Theatre in the efforts put
forth to make the attraction one to
be remembered, and which was undoubtedly a success in every sense ot
the word. During the first two hours
of the evening orchestral, vocal, elocution and other treats of an enjoyable nature were heartily appreciated.
The Battle of Jutland was then enjoyed, It being a graphic reproduction
of tbe greatest naval battle of all
time, and its showing proved a revelation to those who were fortunate
enough to see It. The Log of the
U35, which Is a plctifrizction of the activities of a German submarine, and
which was photographed by a German
photographer on Hoard the U-boat,
which came Into the possession of the
British through the capture of the submarine, was one of the most striking
demonstrations of German ruthless-
ness that has ever been witnessed.
Boy Scouts acted as ushers and very
capably handled the large crowds.
A percentage of the receipts are to
be given the local Boy Scout organise
lion and a goodly sum will ba their
•tar*-rf Ite
Following  Is  tlie  ftnatibial
slutu-
meat of the O.R.C.    .V.ilellc
Board
rrom April  88rd, 1921,  to April :ird.
18.2:
Rec.lpta
13   basketball   games   	
$ 33.60
_ Hockey games 	
20.70
15.26
Athletic exhibition 	
22.05
_ Dances  	
-4.1IS
Skating  exhibition  ...
'i.'i.
_ grants from board of direct
100.011
Total        	
t23-1.78
Dt_bu._em_nt.s
Baseball  	
t 61.80
Basketball  	
39.46
Hockey   (junior  team)   	
10.115
Hockey (senior team) 	
4 . nu
Boaid of Directors
81 tr,
Sundries:     Printing,    posts)-.
etc.   	
U.62i
Total    .
21S.47
Balance on hand 	
$ 1I1.2S
Respectfully submitted.
Sybil D. Wli
Ite,
Secre^iry-TA
usurer.
Cranbrook, B.C..
April 4th ,1922.
The new entertainment committee
Is aa follows:      Mrs.    Nlsbet
.    .Mrs.
Oreen,   Miss  S.   White,    Dr.
Fergle.
This committee Is in olmrge
ut    the
Already at Work
on Reservoir Site
By-Law Pusses With Hig Majority, aud No Time Is Lost
in Making Ready for Juh
danae to be given ut the C.R.C, on
April 28tli. Don't forget tlu- date
and place.
Last Friday night a very successful
dance was given by the athletic board
of the C.R.C.   A large crowd attended and a most enjoyable tltuo waa bad
by all.    Thc music  wa-  eepecialb
worthy of praise.   The orchestra
prised or the following:    Miss
Us  Small,   piano;   Leonard
violin    (conductor);      Jack   I
flute;   Harry  Smith,    jazz      ^
Henry   Bevan,  cornet;   Jim   CassiiJJtt
traps. J
Kor the By-law    161
Against         M
Majority in favor   l-T
The figures taken on the by-law
vote last Thursday Indicate that not
a greal deal of interest was ahown In
the matter. A number of people ex-
pressed themselves thai tbere wee
''no need" for them to vote; while a
tew othera later were heard to express complete Ignorance that there
wag a by-law before the people, much
less knowing wliut it might be for.
The measure easily obtained the Hf-
cessary two-thirds majority for a money by-law.
Bu perls leaden 1 takin lost no time
after the passing of the by-law In getting io work on the project o( bettering the city's water supply, Tlte fi-1-
towtng day men were put to work on
clearing out the site tor the proposed temporary dam which has to be
built so that the existlnp reiervolr
can be drained In order to clean ti
out aud examine the dam.
In considering how* the demands on
ilie fity water supply have grown in
the last ten years, the following figures complied by the Superintendent
wili be of interest, especially in v*
of the fact that acr.-r-'J."-—*""*
siis the popul      I
Ninnbe*
1912. h
The meeting for members interested In athletics has been postponed
until Wednesday, April 12th, at S p.
m. The report of the Athletic Board
for the past year will be given uud
new members of the Athletic Hoard
will be elected. If member- have
any ideas or plans, they are asked
to come and .present* ^_£jn-._ ^
A1TR1UY
The Vlmy Ridge sale of work and
home cooking, whlcb is being held lu
the Presbyterian schoolroom under
the auspices ot the Home League nf
the Salvation Army, bids fair to be a
great success.
It is reported tbat the ladles of the
Army have a magnificent array    of
garmtuts and novelties which will be
sold  at rM_AOB4ft)e prices on Ssiui'-'
MRS   HEALEY       A        - I <*a-v-   Great credit Is reflected on the
RECEIVES   LETTER Home League secretary, Mrs.   Four-
FROM  I'RIM'I'SS   *"re for ,tie  wor*t Accomplished and
i , ibe organization of the coming sale.
The sale will be open sharp at 2.30
p.m. by the Rev. E. W. MacKay. and
the public are urged to be present to
take advantage of these reasonable
offers.
As intimated before in these columns the proceeds of the sale are
to be devoted to the needs of the
officer's quarters.
From Buckingham Palace, ibe ..■■■■.-
don residence of the royal family.
has come the following letter:
Princess Mary thanks Mrs. John
Healey for her good wishes, which
Her Royal Highness greatly appreciates.
DOROTHY   YORKE,
Lady  In   Waiting
Cranbrook Rears Memorial
In Honor of Heroic Dead
Rev. J. Knox Wright, D.D., secretary of the Canadian Bible Society,
gave an illustrated lecture at the
Presbyterian Schoqlrcom on Wednesday evening, on "Our Bible, and How
It Came (*> Us." Uke all Dr. Wright's
efforts, the address was Instructive
and interesting. He showed how the
Jewish people had piously preserved
the Old Testament which was written ln the Hebrew language. The
New Testament was originally In tbe
Oreek, the language of the great
philosopners and of the learned world
of that time. The oldest copies of
the Oreek testament have been care*
fully preserved in the Vatican at
Rome. These copies were lent by the
Pope to the revisers in 1880. The
next oldest oopy was discovered i
few years ago by a Dusseldorf scholar, In an old monastry on Mount Sinai, and this copy was presented by
the Sultan of Turkey tu King Edward the Seventli, and copies of this
version are kept in the British Museum. The Bible is distributed all
through the world In five hundred and
fifty languages, and the work of the
Bible Society ln London has been carried on since 1804.
Dr. Wright had aome very fine pictures to illustrate his address. The
names of the early translators Into
the English tongue, Buch as Wycllffe,
Miles Coverdale, Tyndaje, etc, will always be associated with the history
of the Bible as we have lt. The Authorized Version, known also as the
King James Version, gives a magnificent standard ot diction, even as literature. Efforts are being made by
some to translate the Bible Into present every-day English, but tho weak
ness of their efforts is apparent, and
the existing King James version will
remain the high standard In sublimity and language,
. On account of other meetings, the
attendance at the lecture was not al
The War Memorial, orected in the grounds of the G.W.V.A.,
Id honor of the soldier heronH from the city and district
who gave their lives, ln the War.   It will be formally unveiled on Sunday afternoon next. PAGB    TWO
THE     CBANBBOOK     HEBALD
Thursday, April 6th, 19-21
Brunswick
RAWORTH BROS.
JiKXT TO I'OST OFFICE
very much larger opportunity
to show without ostentation of
any kind that we really recognize our debt to those who
won the war and have come
back through it all.
UNDIGNIFIED, AND
PERHAPS WORSE
•Che Cranhrook Gerald
PublUUod ovory Thursday.
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CKANBltOOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
fHUIIKDAY, APRIL GUi, 1922
rious jiagi
nation, record.?
the blood of so many of its sons
who laid down Iheir lives Ihere.
Pride may well be felt in that
the sons of Canada prevailed in
the face of odds, and where other armies had essayed and failed.
Dig crowds will be in evidence on Sunday without question when the monument Cranbrook lias erected is unveiled.
Wo are all anxious lo do honor
lo the memory of those who
laid down their lives. It is all
that can be done for them, and
that Is little enough. There is,
however, another way whereby
Thinking     any      comment
thereon might not be considered altogether unprejudiced, the
Herald   presented   last   week
: without any further    remark;
other than the reply of the per-
j son most concerned, the fact
that Hon. Jas. Murdock, Minis
Iter of Labor in the Mackenzie
| King cabinet   at Ottawa,   had
^ent a wire to the Progressive
Labor candidate Iu the recent
by-election here. We were anxious, as a matter of fact, to see
! whether this obvious lapse from
the customary political amenit-
] les would draw criticism from
any other quarter,   lt has, and
the comments made on the in
cident show that the honorable
gentleman has made a poor impression on the public mind by
sending such a telegram—probably at the people's expense.
It is not unusual after an election contest, even far more bitter than  the   East   Kootenay
by-eleetion, for the winner and
the loser to exchange felicities;
but it ts doubtful whether recent Canadian political history
can show any parallel to   the
"break"    perpetrated   by   the
minister of labor.   It is uot as
though he had any interest iu
l.'the   campaign,   beyond   being
concerned with the election of
colleague.   There is only one
usion to be gathered from
jiirdock's   apparent   at-
islander a man who in
Ife ls his equal as a
'd apparently his suit) far as   political  eti
(fuette is concerned, and that is
that    the    Progressive - Labor
candidate succeeded in getting
under the Hon. Jas. Murdock's
skin during the latter's visit to
East Kootenay.    It looks that
way, and   the   people   would
have thought better of the new
minister if he Iiad shown more
tact and less -1#ffictiveness.
Referring to the matter, the
Lethbridge Herald one day this
week published an appropriate
editorial under   the   heading,
'"Minister of Labor Lacks Dlg-
jnity":
I    "T. M. Fraser, a well known Press
Gallery correspondent ln ttie House
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Extracts trom the Cranbrook
Herald ot this date, 1902.
J. A. Harvey, Fort Steele solicitor,
Is expecting to open an office iu Cranbrook shortly.
Frank Ball, a brakeman working
with Conductor Caven, was tills week
killed on the road out west.
At a meeting held this week to dis-
uss fire protection for tlie city J.
P. Fink was appointed chief uf tlie
brigade, uud an effort will b0 mado
to procure more equipment.
From tlie redistribution bill now before Hie house at Victoria, Cranbrook
will be given a member and Fernle
ono also ln place of the one large Fort
Steele constituency.
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Fire this week destroyed a number
of places on Durlck Avenue, the first
big fire to visit the city since the Inception of the place. Ono lin,. of hose
and a bucket brigade did good work
und prevented the flro from spreading
unduly. The damage was about $[">,-
000.
Quebec, Que.—The largest and purest body or feldspar known today is
located ln Buckingham township,
within 25 miles of Ottawa, according
to a statement at the convention of
the Canadian Institute of Mining and
Metallurgy. The deposit was discovered late lu 1921), was put on an operating basis shortly after, and exploitation had shown that or the materful
handled 99:6 per cent, was feldspar.
The material Is of an exceptionally
high grade and holds a commanding
position on the Pulled States market.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Llcemed by Pro*/. Qort.)
Maternity and General Nunlng
Terms Moderate
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.Splendid Program Promised at Second
Concert Put On By Musical Society
Those who avail themselves of the no honor or glory In its efforts, for
opportunity to hear the second concert Its objects and alniB ure for the pro-
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" in
broken down. Whether the present
negotiations will succeed or not thc
federal government is willing to hand
out larger subsidies to the older provinces lo secure their consent to the
transfer .--Edmonton  Bulletin.
Ilrheii fo Orgnrtife by High Taxes
. The various districts surrounding
Kelowna have been driven to consider the feasibility of establishing home
rule, owing to the tremendous increase recently in provincial tuxes,
due chiefly lo wholesale raising of
assessment values. So little of the
m* ney (jollies buck in tlie form of road
const ruction and maintenance that
many farmers have come to believe
that better value would be obtained
by spending their own money and by
fixing tlie rate of taxation themselves.
Glcnmoro and Rutland seem to be
pretty well committed to taking the
plunge, but some uf the other districts
are shivering on the brink of the chill
waters of self-government and still
hanker after the suppositious advantages or administration direct from
Victoria—Kelowna Courier.
of the Cranbrook Musical Society ut
the Auditorium next Wednesday, April 12th, will have no reason whatsoever of regret. The members of the
Society iiave worked hard and diligently in order that tlie concert may
be an outstanding success.
The obstacles that had to be overcome by the Society since It inception were many, and In many instances discouraging, but wllh persistent, systematic, untiring and unselfish endeavor* the Society Is now
in what may be termed the field of
success.   The Society wishes to claim
motion of thc musical interests ot the
city and district at large. With this
native the Society Is worthy of every
support and in receiving the help ot
all Interested In Its activities there
Is no doubt whatsoever that the organization will become a beneficial
influence for the city thut will be ot
greater importance than may at first
be realized.
Come and hear the concert next
Wednesday evening at 8.30, you will
enjoy It, the numbers are of a high
order and the talept Is local. The program Is ae follows:
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honor can be done to the nat-,0, t.ommons, soys Ho„. Jn8. Murdol.k.
ion's soldier dead, and that is j Minister ot Labor, in Handling his os-
by properly honoring the living
—the soldiers who did come
hack, and the dependents of
those who did not. It is patriotism, in all truth, to gather
round a monument to the dead,
and of a very essential type; but
it does not cost very much, after all. How about the patriotism that is going to cost something -in time, effort, sacrifice
or some other way it will be
felt — in meting out proper
treatment to the veterans who
wont and came back? It is not
the governmenut's duty to do
this any more than anyone
else's; and tlie government, let
it be said, might uot have such
a problem on its hands in this
regard if the veteran were getting what is his due from hU
fellow citizens. The soldiers
who have died have given all
they had, even to life itself, but
they are now out of reach except for such mute testimonies
as can still be erected in stone.
The living are with ub yet,
and give a bigger opportunity
to do honor and reverence to
thoso who are not. Spectacular
patriotism erects monuments,
but it was not altogether that
kind which won the war. It
was quiet self-sacrifice — the
kind that did not do any advertising—and while .the former
has a very decided place in our
national life, let it not be forgotten that the latter gives a
timatcB in Parliament displayed little tact and less diplomacy, fills Ib
believable after reading a telegram
lie sent tlie defeated candidate ln the
Haul Kootenay by-election. In this
message he boasted of the defeat or
Mr. Bronsdon and declared it "was
coming to lilm." Thc telegram was
purely voluntary on Mr. Mnrdock'e
part and lt Is certain no other Cabinet Minister ln the whole history of
Canada over sent a wire to a candidate expressing boastfully pride In
Iiis defeat. It bears out Mr. Fraser'e
criticism that Mr. Murdock lacks tact
and diplomacy. It waB Indeed a most
undignified course for a Cabinet Minister to take.'*
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
A Protest from Tlle Other Province*
Members of parliament representing
the Maritime provinces have been
registering a protest against the transfer of the natural resources to the
western provincial governments. Prom
the viewpoint that may seem to be a
matter In which tho older provinces
have no rightful coiicforn. But tt
happens that tho older provinces
claim to have a proper Interest In the
same, and nro in a position to enforce
that claim. It mny as well be accepted that If the prairie provinces are
to secure the privilege of exploiting
tlie resources for revenue purposes
there will have lo bo a readjustment
in the grants made from the federal
treasury to those provinces which
have smaller resources from which to
draw revenue. That has been the point
at which every previous attempt to readjust arrangements between the Dominion and the western provinces hoe
VENEZIA RESTAURANT
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We arc ciitering io the working class and are accordingly providing good subtttmitlal meal» at reasonable prloes. Miners, lum-
bcrjackt. und the Kenenil every-day worker whf> muHt have sub-
fttnnllnl food (should eat here A trial Ih hii indent to recommend
becoming a permanent boarder.
U A H II N E It    k    DERBY
Opposite Kootenay -tlaruge     •     -     Hanson Ave,, Cranbrook, B.C*.
Mark ItogerH will erect a bonded
warehouse at Yalik. He lias applied
for a license. The new fee for a
warehouse of this kind is $.1000 per
year,—Pernie Free Press.
VICTORIA.— Tho government lias
spent upward or $30,000 during the
last fiscal yeur and will spend $30,000
during tho coming year starting April, In the way of gratus to settlers
In aid of the purchase of stumping
powder for land clearing, the Hon.
E. D. Barrow, minister of agriculture,
announced recently.
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Overture   "RAYMOND" 	
Orchestra
Sung   SELECTED   Mrs. H. Klnghorn
Banjo Solo   "BOSTON IDEAL MARCH"   Slegel
Mr. T. South, accompanied by Mr. A. Graham
Intermezzo   "MELODY OF LOVE"    Engelhardt
Orchestra
Cornet Solo   "ROSARY"   Nevln
Mr. Lee Edwards, accompanied by Saxopl«one Quintette
Glee Club   A—"BLACK  COQUETTES"   Orlmshaw
B—"PLANTATION SYMPHONY"     Eno
Messrs. Steward, Graham, South and Edwards
Suile   "ATLINTIS"   Safranek
A.—Morning Praise.
B.—Court Function.
C—I Love Thee.
D.—Destruction of the Island.
Orchestra
Song   SELECTED   Mr. A. Knight
Banjo Solo   "GALOP DE CONCERT"   Kennedy
Mr. W. Steward, accompanied by Mr. A. Graham
UtCBt Fox Trot ...'.  "WHILE  MIAMI DREAMS"   Wilting
Orchestra
"GOD SAVE TOE KING"
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GRAND HOSPITAL
BALL
Under the auspices of the Retail Merchants'
Association of Canada, Cranbrook Branch
EASTER MONDAY
APRIL 17th
At The Auditorium
Proceeds will go to the Hospital.   Help this worthy
institution-by purchasing tickets and attending the
i one great event of the season
AUGMENTED CRANBROOK DANCE ORCHESTRA
of seven pieces, under the leadership of Prof. Lee Edwards, will be in attendance
which is sufficient guarantee of Excellent Music.
TICKETS $2.50 PER COUPLE        EXTRA LADY $1.00
■* Tliursday, April 6th, 1938
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Railway News
in Brief
Moose Jiw, Sask.—Good progress
has been made during the past
month with the work uf finishing'
the interior of the C. P. R. Officei
Building in connection with thp new; :
station here. The contractors ex-i ■
pert that the buildinp will he readjH
for occupancy by April 1. This wiili
complete one of the finest stations:
west of Winnipeg.
Vancouver, B.C.—-The Committee
of the Board of Trade was told by
W. B. Lanijran, traffic manager of
the C. P. R,, at a conferer.,» that
the freight classification No. 17
which was prepared in 1918 has been]
shelved, and an entirely new list is
at prenwit being prepared.
There was considerable diseuiflon
in regard to the retention of the
existing trade lists, under which
shippers can mix certain commodities in the same cars for shinping.
I-ocal business men were afraid that
the present trade lists would he interfered with to the detriment of
their business, but Mr. Lanigan cave
an undertaking that thpre might be
a modification in the existing arrangements, but it would not be of
such a nature as to interfere in any
material way with business.
Much  satisfaction   was  expressed
by the Board members at this assur- I
ance.
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FIRST AIS'NOIJ NC KMKNT
A.YriCII'ATKS SOMK HOAI)
WORK IN KAST KOOTENAY
VICTORIA.—No rouds on Vancouver Island are included on the first
j lisi named by Hon. W. H. Sutherland,
J minister of public works, of roudB to
I be undertaken this year. Projects de-
I elded on are mostly trunk roads, on
I which the federal government pays 40
J per cent of the cost,
F'roposed   works  are:     paving    of
roud south of Quesnel Us be gravelled
♦ 17,000; Burns Lake-Francois l/ake
road, to he Improved and completed;
improvements to Coalmont-Grunite
Oreek road; Chase-Sqiillox highway;
Kdgowood-Vcrnon road, nnd Wasa*
Canal Hals Road In Columbia Valley.
lug in Chilllvvuck, where tar-macadam
at a cost of fit,000 a mile may bo
used; completion of Revelstoke-West
Road, three miles, $18,000; Arrowhead
North Road, 138,000; completion of
Cnscpde-Rosaland Road, 19 miles,
(1150,000, and the first section of the
Nelson-Vinlr road, between Rosebud
and Boundary, tenders to be culled
May 1.
Work contemplated includes; Moyie Lake road near Crunbrook, macadamizing and completing main' Ores-
■ Pacific  Highway from Johnson road [ton highway; 34 miles of Hlxen Creek-
Ito Serpentine Plata, three miles; pay   Quesnel road lo be Improved; Cariboo from the" Porcupine" mining "area!
Tlie Pas, Man.—More than 2,000
prospectors are expected 'to arrive
in this district during the present
year, accodlug to J. P. Gordon, who
has extensive interests here. Ho slated that 1,000 are planning to trek
Florence—Birthplace of Artists
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Seen from the top of the Viale del
■ Colli that curves gently yet with a
■magnificent sweep up to the Pies-
Ijale Michelangelo, among flowering
■bushes and pleasant gardens, and
prom the various hills of S. Miniato.
IKIorence stretches out like • woman
In her beauty, between the two bank,
pf the Amo.
It is not astonishing that this fair
land should have been the mother of
l.'rniu.-. grace and power. As we
Jireathe the air of Florence and innate the joyousness of its landscape,
Tnd listen tn the vivacious, pictures-
Ine speech o( the inKibitanta, wc fee!
Ihat Florence and tlie whole of Tus-
luny is Indeed the birthplace of poet*
lml artists; Ihal here art and poelrv
Ire spontaneous things, of the same
Intu re as ihe water that spring.
>om a source or the flowers Ihat
n the banks of a stream.
J How could the Florence of to*dav
linish the memory of Haute.   The
Iciest of all Italians, exiled by tbe
lickedncss   of   his    contemporaries,
■nd their descendants, as if to make
Inend.   for   the   ingratitude meted
lit to him, hsve carved his verse in
larhlc on their street corners.
iThc   house   where  tialilro   tlalile;
led snd thought cannot he visited
|thout emotion, jspecially the Villa
Arcetri, wliere Ihe great scient*
spent his last > ay*, in blindness
Id ill health, whence we can also
|ioy a panorn.ua of exquisite beautv
peacefulness; and the house of
■onsriitti  where a nephew of the
line Mii'helan.-eli. In, gathered lo
■ her a  precious collection of his
Int ancestor's works,
i'lorence has not yet reached the
gins of a gieat city; on the con-
it has remained a somrwha
fvini'ial town, but tram-cars now
all though its streets and g'.e
Inimalinn withuut spoiling in   h>
|l the charm ot Ihe ancient build*
of the marvellous toggle, of the
*chcs  und  palaces built  by the
■•rosily of the Medici to the great-
llury of Ihe "city of Ihe Illy?' In
^ry has not yet invaded Florence
, thr esse in Ihe northern towns
aly, although the production of
|vorks is still an important fac-
while the arl of manufacturing
I wool was a source of great
?rity in the time of tho Medici.
lirei.ee, tbe mother of Art, gave
| and hospitality to innumerable
In and foreign artists: Cimabue,
|o,   Masaccio,    Botticelli,   Law
,   Michelangelo,   Andrea   del
amongst  painters;  I.ucagna
llello, the two   Delia  Robbias
Islangelo, Ilenvcnuto Cellini and
livinu   amongst   the   sculptors,
llfo di Camblo, the first archi
If Santa Maria del Flore, Giotto
Ina, the great Bruneileschi, wh.
1 the   beautiful   cupola  of   the
Jdral: Leon Battista Albertl and
kilo amongst the architects,
i churches and palaces of Flor
I Its streets and squares, mu-
1    and    galleries,    make   -up
lection of art treasures without
■even among  the  famous colls of the world. "
Iwe visit the Palasto Veechls,
Turns of the 12th and 15th coughs apartments of Leo X., the
1 Chapel, and the abode of a
Ind other treasures sueh as the
la degll Umil, P«l»MO PJltl,
leadoala. the Ol* and Uadan
"^     Uh   HtAAtmti   Hi
Kingston. Ont.—The Royal Military College at Kingston has just
received some interesting relies presented bv prominent C. P. 11. offi
rials. Mr. E. W. Beatty. K.C.. Presi.
dent of the Canadian Pacific Railway has sent twn splendid war
relics in the form of a Prussian helmet and a regimental flag captured
{torn the enemy during the late war.
Mr. Beatty, who is a member of the
college governing board, is taking a
keen interest in its progress ana bis
gifts hove been placed in Hie ststi
mess. ,
A number of very interesting and
erviceable articles have been handed to the college by Colonel F. L,
Wanklyn, of the board of go.emors,
one of which, an umbrella- stand
made from a massive shell-cafe is In
the "entre-sol" to the mess. Other
gifts from Colonel Wanklyn include
a handsome table lamp constructed
from an 18 pound shell; a tobacco
box made from a shell case; and a
fine engraving depicting "The Sur*
render of Cronje." The lal ter is
particularly appropriate as framed
group pholographs of (lie ex-cadets
who were In the South Africa Wae
havj been preserved snd will be
hung on the walls in proximity to
the picture of the dawn of Majuba.
Colonel Wanklyn has also given
the college a splendid picture entitled "Rivals," which is composed
of composite photographs taken of
lightning and an express train.
This picture hangs in the cadets'
new mess-room.
Mr. A. D. MacTIer, of the C. P. R„
has also presented an engraving of
the painting entitled "Comrades" to
the college. This wonderful Scottish picture has been much admired
by all who have seen il, and the
kindness of these friends of thc
Military College is appreciated by
all connected with tile college, as is
apparent from the many happy re-
marls heard.
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Awards will be made according to decision of special committee,
•nd payment Made on or before October 1st, 1922. All lista
lubmitted to become our property.   Address:
Prise Editor,
F. F. DALLEY COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED,
HAMILTON, CANADA.
Saves You
Money
111.1'OltTS FHOIM THE
CKNTIIAI, SCHOOL HIH
MONTH OF MARCH
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collections, our minds an literally
saturated with beauty.
But no one can have a complete
Idea of Florence without making an
excursion beyond   the  outskirts  of
win
(1) Florence, Italy, showing the Bridges over the Hlver Arno,
(2) A water fountain ln front of the opera house. ,
as a prison and place of execution
in the thirteenth century, the house*'
that belonged to tho Alighieri hev*.
been exhumed. Patient research
work, spreading over periods of
'ears, has rediscovered the founda-
the town,  where  the  surroundings
possess great beauty of landscape
and a charm  which  la not  easily
found elsewhere.   A day at Fiesole,
where the ruins of the Roman theatre are still in existence, ie a Joy
not soon forgotten,   lien, climbing
up to Bellosguardo, we ean enjoy a
perfect panorama.   Further on we
And Signa with ita terra cotta factory and Oceia when* the well-known
Glnori china is mad*.   Nor should
Settignano, cradle of the sculptor's
art of the gnat Mino, be forgotten,
nor   Vinclgllata,   or   Vallombrasa,
Majestic buildings of the thirteenth
and fourteenth centuries, and those
of the later Renaissance and "baroque" period, with their fantastically
decorated facades and geraniums ln
perpetual bloom  at their windows,
constitutes the most fascinating feature of Florence.    Everything has
heen rebuilt on antique lines, the
foundations have heen  searched of
buildings that wen no more, ao that .. .......
they nitht he accurately restored, jlel, an
'•tin* lhe Pretortan Palac*. sltaat- «u*ds s
4m^tsW**>*rmm*t,tM*mti^ZZ.
Ions, the main walls and some ston*
coata-of-arms belonging to the Alig.'
hierl and other noble families of
Florentine merchant princes, among
others the Adimari and Donatl. The
houses which existed when the great
noet was born hsve been t.-ought to
lift again in all tha splendour of
t was born bave heen trough
. again in all tha splendoui
tlieir   architecture   and   decoration,
by a mat
niflclent railing of beaten iron.  Th
and hare been surrounded by a mag-
ailing of beaten iron.  Th*
nd robe of the first great Italian
citiien can almost be heard rustling
within thos* rooms   as  one  peeps
through its stained-glass windows.   >
The Medici Palace, the nsidenc*
of the Medici at the height of their
power, bears witness to their bloodstained oppression and stolen plunder, which the poetic gifts and gentle
nature of one of their race, Laurence
the Magnificent, have not been sufficient to obliterate, '
And the Paul Palace, the stronghold
of the Implacable sr.omlea of the Me*.
diel, an imposing, Kuan mass, alas)
'  aa a waning again! «M
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Vancouver, B.C. — The "Princess
Louise," all-British Columbia luill
and newest addition to the coastwise
passenger fleet flying tbe house*
flag of the Canadian Pacific Kail-
way, will be ready for commission
shortly, it was stated by Capt. r. D
Netoutsos, marine superintendent,
British Columbia Coasl Steamship
Serrice.
"Princess Louise" will fir.-t be
operated, Capt. Neroutsos states,
on the route between Victoria and
Vancouver, which will be in thc nature of a thorough test of the boat's
machinery before she is sent north
to Alaska, for which service the
-Princess Louise" was designed Tbe
Alaska service between Victoria,
Vancouver, Prince Rupert and Skag-
way will be maintained by the
"Princess Ixiuise" from the time
she is put into commission for the
northern run until June next, when
the summer schedule of thc Alaska
DIVISION I.
Kntranco A
Class list for Marcli:
The standard for entrance to High
School baa been raised for tills year.
Tbe government examination requires
an average of 00 per cent, instead of
fid per cent, as In previous yoars.
Sixty per cunt, of the entrance
class will be promoted op llle recommendation of the principal uud Ilie
remaining forty per cent, grading
lowest will write Iho government examination.
The runkiug in Entrance classes
A nnd B is based on tlle same examinations.
First Class—75*.v  and ovor
Trilby Rebel 8.1.1)2, Margaret Johnson 82.14. Marlon Atchison 81.71, Doris Haynos 80.85, Norman Parker
"11.50, Joe Brogan 78.S5, Gertrude Patmoro 78.7{, I-llllun Jockson 78.50,
Esther Cliallondur 77.50. Hector I.ln-
iiel 77.07, Cheater Roberts 76.86, Hen.
ry Goddorls 76.57.
Second  Class—60 lo 75%
Arthur Shankland 74.02. Clara c,al-
braith 74.71, Joan Wurd 74,64, Edward Wliile 72.21, Irene .Mackenzie
71.85, Margaret Horle 71.42. Harold
Dow 70.00, Frank Hawkcswortll 119.71,
Daisy Whittaker 6042, Melville Leask
0D.07, Rita McBurney 68.78, I la Slye
68.14. James Malone 67.92, Amy Wil
liams  66.78.    Murk    K. dy   06.06,
| Jack Dlxou 75.71, Frank Hoy 74.r.7,
j Meryl Carson 62.92. Hclinie Murgatroyd 61.50, Kennotll Campbell 61.42,
Sidney Jones 60.21, Archie Finloy
' 60.07.
Third  Class  -50  to  60'.
Pat Kennedy 58.85, Ted. Worthing*
I ton   67.57,  Andy  Cassldy  57 07,  Billy
'Taylor  55.85,   Malcolm   Brogan   51.78.
Fourth Class
f    Wllholmine Woodman  19.21.
j    Number enrolled 40.
A. WOODLAND.
DIVISION II.
Class  standing  for .Marcli.
40.4,
-Above
Class I
Evu Weston 75.
Class 2—60 to 7.7:
Eileen McQuaid 72.7. Vaughn Roy
68.5, Grace Baker 68, Marguerite
Godderls 65. Sandy Pascuzzo B8.4,
Kllton Walker 63.1, Florence Binning
62.8, Kenneth Parrett 62.6, Philemon
Belanger 62.4, Kathleen Dallas 61.7,
Lilian St. Eloi 60.8. Khea Coleman
60.2.
Class 3—5D to 60',i
Marguerite Caven 56.5. Jean Walllnger 56.2. Irene Mueller 55.5. Raymond Beech 55, Ivy Dezall 54.4. WInnifred Beale 54.8, Cleland Parkin
51.3. Gordon Shaw 51.1, Sophie Mailer 50.8.
Class 4—Below 50' i
i   l_imii Jordan 48, Pearl Prltchard
147.7, .llleyne  Walllnger    46,4.    Billy
Green 46, Lenard Parkin 44 7. Effle
Charhoneau   44.4.   Melville   Towriss
Robert   Pelton   43,   Frank   Tlto
Mary   Beattie  and  Edith  Johnson equal ;i9.5. Elvln Leask and Lea*
lie  Sneddon   e,|iial   39,  Wnrreu   Hew-
Not graded ou account of abseni ■
Margaret MacDonald. I\y Sanderson,
Kathleen strachan.
Numlier enrolled 40.
Perfect attendance 13.
Percentage of attendance 90.6."
MARY  E.  STAPLES
DIVISION   III.
Number  enrolled  45.
Standing  ot  chss:
Juck i'ii!imiing_ 87.0. Ai delle Owen
B2.6,    James Johnson  81.1,    Grnliau:
Dale 78.7.   Peter Brennan 76.".  M.i
coin)  Harris 75.0.   Sherman    Harris
74.7. Ronnie Haynes 72.0, Jessie Mclnnls 70.7. Harland Clark 69.0. Cyril
l.ee  68.3.   Malcolm  Horie 67.1.     K.,v
Brown 86.7. Kenneth McNeil 64.". E.-
elj-n   Ward   63.7.   Marion  Miles  68.6,
Ethel Speers 82.2 Melville Iteade 68.0,
Tom   Marshall   62*7.   Lillian     Lewis
61,5, Henry Kemball 61.5. Pearl Omil
erham 60.2, Catherine Harrison  60.(1
Edgar  Sanderson  59.1.  Leslie  Sail ■
bury 5S3. Jark Genest 57.5. Herbert
Laurie 56.7, Jessie Brown 56.0. D;,-.-
id Frame 55.9. Hllllard Simpson .",.',..
; Jack Henderson 54.0. r_rnold Holden*
j er 53 '). Aubrey McKowan 51.5, Har-
' ry Paterson 51.4, Willie Taylor 49.4.
: Sellna  Dixon  48.7, Cyril    Harrison
i 48.2,  Madeline   Woodman   45.5,  Allan
(Continued on Page 41
route will go 1
into effect.
Heywood & Co. Ltd.
416.417 STAMl.tllll BIMi   BUILDING,  VIMOl VKR, ».('.
OFr KR A limited number of
SHARES in the
CARBONDALE
COAL Co. Ltd.
(Via*personal l.lnbllll) i
THIS HI.-dl>.tM' I DM Kill > .situ ACHES III Will I ill till)
lO.tl. LANDS HOW IN (lll'lisi: Ol DEVELOPMENT, IND A I'l H.
CHASE DP STUCK IS
An Investment
NOT .1 SPECULATION.  INVENTORS WILL GET BIG RETURNS ON
'IHEIR MONEY.
SO  DO  NOT  DELAY
Get Full Particulars from our local Agents
TIMVRISS Jl- ADAMS
CrRnlironk, IM'.
and Mil. I. S. PARKEK
Cranbrook, B.C.
on FROM
HEYWOOD St CO. LTD.
illl-417 Slanilanl Rank MiiIIiIIiik . -     Vancouver, IM', THK     CRANBROOK     HRRAI,»
Tlmistlu). April Htli, IMS
PA«F. rov"
j£
T. .'t ■
-smp-A:
1 CENTRAL SCHOOL REPORT
KOR MONTII OF MARCH
:**<■$-
Marlon Kummer 7a, Nancy Nlsbet 78. ■
Margaret   Rye 74,  Jean   Beattie 72,
Margaret  Mclnnls 71.    Murium Williams 70.7, Marlon Carr 70.4. Edith |
Carlyle  69,  Etta  .Urdu    07,    Jeanj
The Tire That Means Most in Long
Mileage,    Economy   and Comfort to
_ Canadian Motorists These Days is:—
DUNLOP TRACTION CORD
(Continued trom Page Three)
IQUI   34.4,   Howard   White  33.7,  Jack........   -.,   -**- ,
| Swan 29.1, Edwin Jecks 28.1, Harry  Home   60. Blrthell Benson 65, Fraser |
Patrick  Taylor, James  *-»'• Mwkuv 64| Harry White 63, Jean Mc-
„. *v,.im«_.™. -?--« »2* ColviB McBurller 5fl' &m'M
M. M-BLA^KK-ttACH. pra_,
DIVISION  IV.
Enrolment 40.
Perfect attendance 11.
1 Lewis.
1 slel.
I) D *..*.•) P Cord
vith Dunlop Extra Heavy Servic
i ubea, make thr ideal tire ei|uipiuei
eveiy  car. an;
iy place .
all weathers.
Ij ",-xjiiie two years ago I P*>'C
„ed two Dunlop Traction Cor
Curd Tires, 32x4.   Since placing
them on my
C.olui
,lumbi« Car I have cove
ed 18.500 miles.   In vie
of tin
almost unintenupted
etheyhavegiveu.an
A still are giving. I feel ■< -• >
Also, 1 must i
of ti
,y duty to inlor
in you of the B'C"' ai**'5'
ved from their use
put into the manufacture
Jty io mi, ,	
atulate your Company on the high
i enable them toglvoeuch service.'
la-Dun I have recei
,t»i,d-.d of quality tlmt is     ^^^^ ^ _—_—_—_—_—_—_—■*,
m „ Dun.op Cord T„e. you ^^^ -**-
I fo Dunlop FabricTlre. you have "Traction," "Ribbed,     Special,
Dunlop Tire & Rubber Good. Co., Limited
U...„-)>#. ill
j    Class standlug
Junior Fourth
; Donald Burton 65. Dorothy Shaw
162, Willie McDonald 60, Bohert Taylor 61.9. James McFarlane 49. Netty
i Johnston 46, Hilda Steward 45, Wil-1
■ He Spence and Elsie Wilts 41.9.
i (iconic Townsend 41.6, Kelwln Wal-
1 ker 36, llwen Slye 34, Kenneth Uas-
, set S3, WInnifred Malone (absent).
Senior Third
1   jack Barber 83.   Margarot   Willis
SM,   U)t»lne fn.no    81.4,    Phyllis
; Thompson 80.9. Elisabeth Miller 80.6.
Head Ollice and Ka.torl,,: Toronto
Branches In the Leading Cities
YOU
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$1200
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Hi OTTAWA 11011815
FOLLOWING BY-ELECTION
I OTTAWA- Hon. James 11. KlnR.
: the new mlnlsler ot publ.c works, was
introduced in the house o( commons
at its on coin:- lust Friday afternoon.
Tho return ot the writ for his election wa„ announced by the speaker
land immediately afterward the mlnls-
i ter waa Introduced hy the Premier
jnncl Hon. \V. S. Fielding. Hon. J. H.
! Kljej: sits with Hon. James Murdock.
 ■ »■
Region, Sask.—A reduction of six
' cents a pound ou ull twine lias been
! announced hy ihe International Har*
I vester Co. through the Regina head-
j quarters branch of Saskatchewan. Ot
j the Company's business alone the cut
In   price  of  binder  twine  means   a
saving of over a million dollars    to
dinners In Saskatchewan, as the yearly turnover of tlie International concern in this class of business approximates $20,000,000.
Moffatt 58, Helen Brlggs 57, Prank j
Martin 55.8, Mabel Clark 55.1, Mary I
Oeneat 52. Dan Brake  (absent).
S.   D.  WHITE.
DIVISION V.
Class A—Junior Third
Ida   MucOregor  78.57,   Hajel   Williams 70.43, David Weston 76.14, Victor  Oalbralth   71.14,    Paul   Harrison
69, May Cox 66.86.  Mary  Robertson
65.71,  Mary  Huchcroft    H6.89,    Joey
I Welkel 66.28, Elinor Holm 04.29, Lowell KcCOy 64.14, Arthur Snkoguclil
64 00   Elsie Wood 63.67, Winnie Hay
L,n 63-14. Rose Burton 02 50, Simon
1 Frost  61.29, James Drew  60.14, Oeo.
Oeorge 09.71. Nellie Sakaguchi 60,14,
Clifford   Haynes .58.43.  Mildred  Mid
dleton   68.29,   Bveard    Lewis    54.71
Willie   Cox   53.29,     Audi'.*'     I oilier
63,80,   Kathleen  Haley   50.14.  Emma
Connolly  49.00,    Tony  Frost    48.14
Mary   Ranklns   48.86,     Bud    Parker
42.14, ElBlo Parker 36.00.-Nellie Ow
en  24.29.
Class B—Junior Third
Class standing
jHetyotiiet Ctmrct)
aMnHMHMHBanBBHMMN=ss.EsaaB___na_eaaHVw
Preacher, Bev. R. W. Lee
11 a.m.—Divine Service.
12 noon, Sunday School,
7.30 p.m.—UNITED MEMORIAL SERVICE AT
THE AUDITORIUM.
t.v«-ry.in« Iti Cordially Int iti tl lo Those Si-rttt-eg
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada Limited
OFFICES, BMHLTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   UWTI8H   COLOMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
I'arehaaerg of Oold, Hllver, Co|i|it-r and Lead Orel
Producer* ol Oold, Silver, Copper, lllue»t<ine, I'ls Lead and
Zlne  "TAMANAl"-   llrund
mmmnf!f~
S-Ss
!    IN   I'lIK SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH   tOU MillA
i tltlMtltOOK DISTRICT Br.0181.Hi
| IN THK MATTER OP THB COMPAN-
1 1ES ACT AND IN THE MATTER
! OF AN APPLICATION BV THE
I CRANBHOOK HOMESTAKE GOLD
'     MINING   COMPANY,   LTD..   NON-
Class standing: '.
Sheila Paterson 75.71, Nancy .Mtlon j '•« **M«> Marguerite Walkley, Flor- THR   W1.ATHKK   lll'U.I.Tl.1
71.71,   Jessie   Musser   69.43,    GeorRelcuco   Jordan,    ttanierou    McDonald,] 	
"''"   Noruli  Simpson, • Evelyn    Holdener, I
_, „       „,        , , .... Official thermometer readings at
Harvey  Ulrco, Jamea Lunn,    Edgar
Offln,  Christina    .William*    Haipld, C.ranbmok.
Oeorge, George Moore, Kathleen Mc- Max. Mln,
! Donald, M-aty Leo. ,,.„.,.,, „   _,       „
Perfect    nttendauce:      Mall    Kou,-N]arc|. 24 39      11
t Frank  McClure, Cameron McDonald, i yurci. 25 39      \;
Mah  Chung. Chow Cal, Chow  Gan,  starch  20 39      V
Chow  H|ug, George    Moore,    Chow  ^aKil 27 81
Nam, Mah Num. Jack Pattinson, Qor* j j,farch -js 28      I
Dorothy  Bridges 527,  75;   Donald don Woods. March 29   46
Macdonald 627. 75;  Dobio Macdonald DIVISION  X March 30 ... 47
525,   75;   Margaret     Luscomhe     503, '       ' March   „    ™    W
72;   Florence Pattinson  493. 70.;  Ka- \.iril , 49
therlne Martin 479, 08;  Leslie Kuh*     Perfect attendance ^ ,. H
nert 477, 08;  Bueloh    Hill 470, 67;      Shinty    Moore,   Oretchcn    Funck,  ,V|irll    3   fi3
Grace Prltchard 403, 66.3; Mny Oood-  Kllda Olllis, James Halerowe, Stan*  April  t   47
erham 402, 06; Betty Lunn 400, 66;   le>. HelM,  RUQ|e Koaaiti ntthnrt I.us- April 6  56
Enid Shankland 457,    65;    Douglas 1^ ,,__.__, McC
Patton 455, 66;  Thoraaa Moore 449,
64;  Luclelle Rosllng 423, 60;  Eileen
Gray 422. 00; Wilfred Pocock    422,
...  George Hayman 414, 59;    Jean
Niblock 495, 56;    Helen MeOlll 3S8
Futa 67.14, Clarence Scholoy 63.67,;
Irene Maclnnls 62.43, Kathleen Dezall 59.57, Ernest Kennedy 59.00, Kathleen MacFarlane 58.86, Molly Johnston .68., Rupert Porter 61.80, Sum-
ley Porter 49.
A.  SUTHERLAND.
.    DIVISION VI.
Results of March  examinations.
First  and  second  figures tn  eacn
case  represent tonal    and    average
percentage respectively
17
33.
.mm
m
ct.
MINING COMPANY, LTD.. NO.N- Niblock 495, 60 n .... -j~
PERSONAL LIABILITY. THAT ITS 55; Ida Lancaster .181, 64. Elva
1^,1 ,1   RESTORED   TO   THE ker 380, 64; Joseph Oenes. 3      52,
V
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tvM - \\7 sir1-
How many ObjvCis in this ricture Begin with the Letter's':
Thin m'i. Kit H'.iiH ul i.iiidii tLftt b«tfl& wttli tha Utttr «*■", iik« mw, nword and iMniv- Xtouk Rt tb*
pUtar* itud yun will nm lott moro, .tud in - tttmt iiiiuutaa' Um* you will b« aurptliaed huVr ItA-.am yuxiv Hut
will (row. (im y>.ui- wno>« taiun., tu hunt tur uiciu. Set who ctu» Uud th* muni; umyh* It v.111 h* fraud-
mm, ur tU*u »„i_iu it nut;lit ba tlttlu brotttai. Mu-.juub la blddan mud you don't U»va to turn tbta pictura
vyatAa-dowu ul »t nu *..«■•. i-nt.it.i o-aaU pi1i<.b wlU ha flvab lor tha flltaau bait llflta ol wortta autouilt-
\*te aad tha p-imu «, ..uiuj: lu .... Uiutitt »_ia n.areat Corract Uit o( vtatUla objaota In tha plotiua utart-
t with tlia .attar -S"   win ba aw^i»u«d  I'iint PiUai   aMuna bait, K-MOBd PiUa, ate.
IT-tllE-V-V-i-  i.iii>H.... - .
NAME BE RESTORED TO THE
REGISTER OK JOINT STOCK
COMPANIES.
TAKE NOTICE that a motion will
be made on behalf of the Cranbrook
Hoinestake  Gold   Mining   Company
■ -.. Second Primer
Standing for March,
Gordon Speers, Billy Burton, Sidney Moor, Joe Ward, Theo Laurie,
Edith Walker, June Nlsbet, Joyce
.Campbell,   Dorothy MacdonuUI,   Liz-
380, 54;  Joseph Genest 867, «rK    0odderl8( Annie Frost, Katherlne
_.   wilM  349.   50;   Jack    P&Tlter  _ Roberts. Harold  Porter,
BEECHAMS
PILLS
I The.Sa^»t4aff,.%.5t
Ellen Wiles 349, ...
347, 49; Lillian Dale 342, 49; Marear
et Johnson 340, 49; James Brookes
,336, 48; Alec, Williams 332, 41; Mnl-
jcolm McPhee 330, 47; Pauline Bow-
■*—   ... -j„,i-n
i    Family Medicine
CANADIAN
^     PACIFIC
/*>C-»v
P^    i*:k
litmn   ut,,   .-,     46;
chrlssie Charboneau 317, 45; Dorothy Steward 312, 45; Lillian Webster 2&B, 40; Eugene Kennedy 245,
35; Albert George 240, 34.
^Absent  and not    ranked:    Lorna
aad  tha    uaiHuu  ituumii   m  ....  __„.....
' with tha Uttm  --S" win l.« _.w.u*u*.ti Virat frrlsa.   awoaa oaa», iwve« *...--.   _
Costs Nothing to Try Lots of Fun (or All
"U.U'brd"   Urtliif   llwi   ho   rival   tt-.   bt   liom*   pui
n wlltitii yum  k-.m'Ii t*ts>r tukoii vmi  in.
EASY TO WIN $1200-HERE'S HOW—
i   answer  i„   the     sWni-t     richire   i'n/.zle wm.- Plr'it  Prl*«, and yuu haw aent In  nu uub-
■     . *.«-•«.  e.mnnthi aubBcrlptluit
iled  KI
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thc
A it uu-   Tlulll   uie  Option unity   lb   IV III  tt   UiB,   I'
"8-Word"   Urtiii''  litu-   nu  rival   n»  a   liuim.   pusi
Why',     1't.n.i ■ aaay lu uuswt.i      UeCKUIfl il ia u «	
Uiai twryoiie ^wn enjoy, ragardloai or an*; or *du-
oatlon and all the family can tfaUioi' artiund Hit
i.iijit-  lugqihur and aliara til tho run*   The   beut   way
iu convince >«ui-**tr ia to try It, uud yuu win uaw
in udmii  il la the niuut antei talilltiR  gume yuu have
'.ukau  part   in.
I Hoineatoke  Oold   Mining   t_.umii.iuj. w .,,
I Limited, uon-personal liability, belore ness 821, 46; Marten Gill 319.
j Judge Thompson, Local Judge ot the Chrls&te Chai
Supreme Court, at the Courl House in  «**»*  Steward
tlie City of Cranbrook, in the Province
of British Columbia, on Friday the 7th
day of April 1922, at the hour of 10:30
o'clot-k In the forenoon or   as   soon
thereafter as counsel muy be heard,
for an order that tlie Company's name
be restored to the register of Joint
I Stock Companies.
AND FUKTHEK TAKE NOTICE
that iu support of the gald application
will be read the affidavit nnd petition
ot W. A. Attrldge.
Dated at Cranbrook, B.C., this IStb
day of March 1922.
Q.  J. SPREULL,
Z1L'     IMIIIUL'I t-'-,     **.»•*•*■     	
Baker, Jack Roberts, Harold Porter,
Joo Welsh, Leonard Porter, Ethel
Lewis.
Barbara Patton and t'tmrlie Wiles
missed examinations. i —_— —
First  Primer |       CltAMtHOOK TRAIN TIIIK8
Jlames   Halorow,    Stanley    Holse, |ji». «;  DAILY—To Nelson,  Vancou-1'
Kenneth Haynes, Hilda Gillls, Nfur-;    Ver, Spokane, etc.   Arrlw ll.lt »
garet  Rutledge,    Matthew    Adamson,     ni.; leave 12.20 p.m.
Frank Morro. Gladys Ratcllffe, Pearl   j^j.   |g   UAILY—To   Pernte
^Absent   and  not    ranked:     Lorna *	
Barber, Jack Farrell. Margaret Far- WMUey, Gretchen    Funck.    Samu*
«..—-..i, i»wn_ | McCreery, Rudle Kosak, Rohan Lua
Bartwr, jm-* r>..v.., ....
ell, Harold Holdener. Ellsworth Ryan
; George Roberts.
H.   D
DIVISION  VII.
Number enrolled  43.
Perfect attendance ti
Bernard
Stanley
Niblock,    Kathleen
brldgw, Medicine Hat, Calory,
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; \e%ve 4.20 p.m. -fl
Wktt-Uker,
combe
MM' H.a>:,,e8' 	
noiuildtt Walker and Irmo Tnylof
mlDsoil ManiliiDtloilH.
Plf',1  I'llxe, uud yuu have «eut lu  iiu bub
lit.
. ,ju ItuV, vent lu ONE li-iiiontliii tubBcrlptluii
iiewnl—VOU WII.I. WIN MHO In place ot IS..
: Judge,, and yuu have Kdiu In TWO ,-inouui,
,iiy World—•lihtF u.w ur renewal—YOU Wli.t.
Solicitor!) for the Petitioner
I To The KeBiatrar Joint Stock
|    I'ompanleB.
I       Victoria, BC.
i piled aud delivered by G. J, Spreull
of the firm of Gurd* Spreull. wll.
I cltnra tor the Petitioner, whose place
i of buDlnesa and address for service Is
| at the Hoyal Bank Building Cran-
; brook, B.C. *"
Margaret     Henderson,    Wlnnitred
McQuaid,   James   Huchcroft,     Jcanj
Woods, William Harrison, David liar*
I vey, Barbara Beale, Donald McKen-
I ale, Clifford Oram, Bobby Mulrhead, i
S. B. MtCAI.I.l'M
DIVISION  XI.
Class itundlng for Marcli.
Ktrst Printer—Honor Boll
JohnicraalirDok, WyeUBe, Kl»l)«rle| **\
sltti '
Nu. HH.l-lJ.ave 7.05 a.tn-   No.814—A
rive 2.10 pm.
CrMkrook, Uke Wlider«ere nt
tluldra Hetlttt:
Monday aud Thursday, e»«k
■Sll. 8S1, leave 9 a.m     We**
first Prlmer-nonor ...... -""JT* _•«»■_•   .reive   ■_■
Woiig;Klc, Cecil   Morrison,    Toin.u,,!   -,„urday-NU. W» ■-■""   »•■
vey, Barbara neaiu. "  - -       i    wong-Kie, iecn   .»-..•.»•.     -
„le, Clifford Orant, Bobby Mu-t*l-,?ad, I pM  Bya_   K|chl  Margawa p.
Harry  Chr»t»an,'   Jean Mficdonald,, jac.   pa_k)n wua|   ^.w „„,.
"^   '      . -,r....Pi,<n     onddorii-, i .  .        «.     uA«___>   null
,Ve »>i" give ***™ •l"»_5*"
V,,w0   l-inoutb.   or   un.
,  o,.,. i   1'rtie, you  will  n
on ull prlaee in the
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JJHU.   and   so   ou
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C.   M   MacKENZIK.
DIVISION XII.
Number enrolled 47.
Perfect attendance 20.
Senior Third
StandiiiK tn clash-.
Doreen Fisher, Pearl Saundera, Jo-
1,1     . ti«., -either new or renewal—to Qualify ror
mb.trlPtlon-eUli^ne ^ ^ m u_    YlAll, own
ot   *       ■ -    future date
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CUAH   LANK      '.:       :: I'ustle   Managei
Keservii   this   aiinuuiicuinciit j   it   will   not
appear again in thia paper.
Quickest^
tor Healing
K cut luitainad in the workihop. "ft
■ore which ii unattended, rttulu *ey in
iiiflammation or hlond-polaoning. You
have m Uy of. for tk day ur two and it
couiia when pay-day cumei round.
/aiu-hiik inmirts you a|ainat such lout
A tittlt antiseptic Zam-Uuk promptly
applied to any flf-ih wound or iojury
prevents dittast mftctitin aad risk ol
teste mi* and ulceration, and takes away
-.memiiigpamandpruniatesiiuick healing,
Ai home a-hox ol Zam-Hnk i-i ever so
UMful. Tlie hub vi nastv rashes, the
older children'! cuu and bruises, the
Inevitable burn, or scald—for all these,
as well as for more serious skin troubles,
such a-j eccetna, ulcers, ringworm, etc.,
Zam-Uuk is the unrivalled remedy.
Mr, J W. Besnard, 689, Craig St. E„
Montreal, writes:—"Two of my finger*
were so severely crushed that tb* doctor
■wld thay would have to be amputated.
I decided to try Zam-Buk first, and
Applir-J the balm daily. Within a few
week's the injury was completely healed.
My linger* w*re-Mved." Wc.bo_.«lU»t«*
FamBttk
wilier.   r*u,n   »/  ;_«,,,
________ '■__«,_ I anil Jack Parkin eiiual, Donald OUI
torn'et Blaine,    Maurice    Oo*<tor1«,,       necelvl„g c^-Honor Roll
Gerald W, Nell Colder, Wl lie Mc-     j..^,  Macdon,M, Allan  MePlier-
Co>*.  Mike Proat,  ?■»•»»» I*f'.*l _ _on,  Bernice    Coleman    and    Cyril
Donald Melanin. Kathleen Nlehet, A>. 1^ _.„„,   Mar(,are. norry. Betty
b.rtft Jonee, Winnie Steward.    June , Br.w.
Collins, Billy Crawford, Jesse Orant,     ^^ .,lte-d--c,.    Marearet Der-
Wright Speers. Be,  Walkley,  *-<-<-*e: r).  Won_ K„. Tom   Miller.   Henry
Leonard.    Dene    Initoin.    '-w"0™' McM.nre,i. Charlie Wilson.
Lamphier.   Norman   Oalbralth.   Reg--,
told Shaw.  Hilda   Robinson.  Hazel
ClRPP' L.  C.  HENDERSOS.I
DIVISION VIU. j
Second Reader '
Standing tor   March - In order ol,    ^^ ^.^.^ ___.. _	
mertt ,. I sephlni Paacuwo.  Ploience  Plnla).
Sylva Hill.  Bl^t Turner.  WniaW! jj^,,.   prilll_ Bre„n»„, Lor-,
Macdonald,   Bertl.   Pelton,    Horace Roblchal,d, ,irace Tlto.    Je»)ic
Mullin, Nancy McCrindle,    Madelto.! „„„„,, Horac, Blrt„ stntchan
Mse   Patrick Harrison, Robena Mil-, __(  Mocllo„.,w,  ,„„„  Horle,  Prank
ler, Jimmy Di.on.   Raymond   W- L^      Uor<1„„ lla„U|„-. W|,n 8taw.|
ombe, Florence   Steward,   Marrtall .„„„ c,,,,,,, it^bert
MacPherson. Ruth McKowan, We»IW , ,„„„ ,.,1BlaIla.r. Ki.ll. een Hen*
Chembers, Oladys Burton, B|llol W- (le(, KemM1, j„e Llttl., Har
ris   Prank Campbell,  Harvey   Molr.       MMdoB,Mi 8opll„ Mt«r.gor, Otto,
Yuel Guthrie,  Harry  Walkley.  "°> , ,,„,.„„ ,,„,.„ McC.l...*t.
James,   Robert  McGregor. PoltoWlns  are Hie pupils  who HH
Absent tor examinationsi    ^\m writ, M„m!natlon. .... aceounl ol
i .mohlor Arthur Lodge, Husel Bow*
rPln. Wise.  Kathleen    Shep* .*»£   V.   ^    1/>ul.„   W or
p„d,                                                   : George   Panning.    Wilur   Pa""""".1
First Reade?                    I N_|M,„ BaokirtUl. ,
Olive  Norgrove,   Rosaline   Weston, j                     Jnn|__ Th|rll
Ifctory  Roberts,  Jessie  Bouth. »«•«     standing In class. !
' Parrot.. Jane Funck, Phylll. MJJ Norn „,,„,, jArdolto Crane, llldNd
_tory Py(e. 8a.Ho Olbba, IM** 8«'» ** „„„ „ uM Paterson. Denis Tur-
Scoliins, Oorton Om». « l^Mohinle l,bei.u. Helen H.M..
Cassld»,  'Donald    Oameron.    Willie 1  _    „ ,    r,,meron.,
For further particular* apply
any ticket ugen I
J. B. PROCTOR, _
District Paasenfer Aient, Oaliar|
Jli.iitaim KeaUannt
Cigars, t!l_arelle« ttt fmUt
Heale at All Hotra
CRANBROOK STRBBT
Opposite the Bank of Comniero
(-'.assiuy,  uw,m.
Stevely. Mary  Prltchard, Allen  Pat;
more, Norman Blaine.
Absent tor examinations. I.lly Mat
son. Watson Hall, Cyril Harrison.
Perfect attendance 11.
DIVISION IX.
A Class
Class  standing:
Mah Ken, Evyonne Wllllums. Chow
Nam, Betty Genest, Mah Nam, Chow
JGan, Chow Hlng, Chow Cul,    Mary
ll.umont.  Moon  Woo,    Edna Collier,
Beverl»y  Collier,   Jflrank   IMcClure,
Dong Yun, Glno Bigattlnl, Helen Gil*!
roy, Edna Shaw, Florence Johnston,;
I Richard  Slye,  Edna Baxter,  Carrie
II Spence, Mah Chung.
| I B Clas,
Btnye Futa, Gordon Woods. Vlo-
b let Moort, Jack Pattinson, Carl Mul*
A Mm, *** Inc. Robert Steveley., HU-
^^^^ Helen   Heine,
Ernest Worden, Willi, m Cameron,
Norma Surtees, Rita Strachan, Garnet I'aimnre. Nellie Miller, Ernest
Derbyshire,  Harry Roy.
BLANCHE CURRIE,
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Kitchen, All Oonvenl«ncoN
aillTABLE POH DANCES, MEETINOS. SOCIAL Q\'\
ERINOS OP ALL KINDS, HA'/AAItS, Etc.      I
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I OBOES AND SOCIETIES
CRANBROOK
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SECOND SATOBDAT ol *Mk
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WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meots la Iks
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Sojourning Oddtallowi oordlally
lnriUd.
T. A. WALLACE, Nobla Orand.
W.
35-cents bujs a bottle of "Dander
ine" at any drug store. After one application you can not find a particle
of dandruff or a falling hair. Besides, every hair buowb new life, vlg
or, brightness, more color and abundance.
• COMMUNICATION        •
• •
• ••••••••••
WILL ONE TI1IN-U KHIIfc KKOM
TAXATION
Dear Mr. Editor:
I guess I'll use the "Power of the
Press" to nip within the bud a curse
which may effect the public purse.
(Don't get bet up and go Into a fit,
I'm coming to the point to wit):
Outside of garages everywhere I
see a sign which reads "free air."
Now Sir, I'm sure you will agree that
air Is the only thing that Is free, but
If the government "gets wise"—and
this is where the danger lies—they'll
get a "bee within their bonnet'' and
promptly clap a tax upon tt; a meter
we'd be forced to wear, and every
cubic Inch of air would be recorded
so that some official could compute
the sum we'd have to pay in hard
earned fees for every breath of air
we breathe; now a» a burdened taxpayer I would humbly urge you just
to try and make the garage people see
their iln in its enormity! Please tell
'em, for the love ot Pete, to be a leetle
more discreet!
IMP.
SEEKING TO ORGANIZE
. A PROVINCIAL BASKET-
BALL GOVERNING BODY
An Invitation has been -extended
to local basketeers to send a representative to the provincial organization meeting In Vancouver on April
22nd, 1922. Mr. Stanley V. Smith,
secretary of the Vancouver and District Basketball League, which Is fostering tiie movement to organize the
provincial governing' body, has sent
this Invitation to the editor of this
paper asking that it be turned over
to the proper authorities.
The time Is tynsidered ripe for the
organization of a British Columbia
Basketball Association, and It is hoped that every district and city In tho
province will be represented at the
organization meetiug. The Vancouver officials are asking basketball
leaders In all districts to communicate with Mr. Smith at once, and
even If they are not able to send representatives, at least to write und
say that they ure fn line with the
neit Ion.
The basketball game has been
booming iu British Columbia Ihis
winter as never before, and If any
reasonable means of awarding pro-
Inclal championships ts to be arrived at, there must be an organization
hi charge.
Montreal, Que.—Three hundred hags
of Canadian flour have been presented
to the "Save the Children" Russian
relief fund by the Canadian Pacific
Railway, President E. V Beatty announced. "I am entirely in sympathy
with the objects of this fund," Bald
Mr. Beatty, "and everything possible
should be done to alleviate the suffering of these unfortunate children."
A campaign has been launched in Canada on a nation-wide scale with the
sanction of the Can ad In' government.
WYCLIFFE   NOTES
Tlie unnuul banquet wag held in the
club house on Frlduy eveulng last
uud waa utiended by more than 100
people of Wycllffe and surrounding
district. An excellent dinner was
served after .which a most enjoyable
program of toasts, Bongs uud recitations wus put on. Many thanks ure
due to Mrs, C. Smith. Mrs. H. J. Caldwell. Mrs. H. J. Clibmat, Mrs. L.
Crowe, Mrs. H. Alb&rtson and Mrs.
H. S. Young, who looked after the
refreshments. The following is the
prog rum:
Totistmttster--E. L. Staples.
Chorus hy ull,
Toast lu "Canadu,"—-pp-i-josed by Mr.
Bert Johnson,
"() Canada"—sting by all.
Recitation—Mrs,  Lyman Taylor.
Orchestral   selection—Mra,   Glutei's
Orchestra.
Toast to "Benedicts"—proposed by
Miss Dorace Staples; response,
Mr. s. o. Clark,
Duet—Messrs. 11. Johnson und b.
Cluzel,
Toast, "The Ladles"—proposed by
Mr, H. Hughes; response, Mrs.
S, (J. Clark.
Toast, "Our School"—proposed by
Mrs. L. Taylor; response. Mr. C.
Smith.
Address—Capt. T. Best.
Toast, "Our Athletic Teams"—proposed by H. J. Caldwell; response, J. L. Crowe.
Recitation—Mr, H. Comery.
Hod Save the King.
Mr. Oliver Crosby, wbo has been
dungeroU3ly ill wtth the flu Is reported to he a lot better this morning,
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Stuples and family are spending this week in Spokane.
Miss Olive White, of Cranbrook, is
spending this week in Wycliffe.
Mr. Tom Best gave a very interesting lecture in the Club on Monday evening. Mr. Best is a humorous and
interesting speaker and Ills address
was much enjoyed by ull who heard
lt.
The baseball boys are getting busy
again and will put on a dance in the
very near future. Watch for the
date. They are also putting on a
Minstrel Show very soon to raise
money to get a team started. The
Diamond ~1s drying fliipidly. Sieve
and Lloyd will soon be forgetting alt
about 2x4 dimension, rolled oat& and
dried prunes for the more important
business of strikes and home runs.
Harry McCoubrcy left, yesterday
for Yahk. Before he left Mr. Mc-
Ooubrey was presented with a diamond stick pin from t'-c men around
the plant.
Clarence Hellinger left last week
for Yahk where he has accepted tho
position of fireman.
Mr. Charles Smith has tuken over
the Patricia Ice Cream Parlor in
Cranbrook, from Mr. R. E. Beattie.
Mrs. Smith and little son Chester will
move to Cranbrook in tho very neair
future. We all wish Mr. Smith the
best of luck in his uew undertaking.
The tennis courts are drying rapidly this last few days and will be rolled ond fixed up to play In a couple of
weeks. One new net is needed, but
otherwise the courts are in excellent
condition.
Cbarlottetown, P.K.I— Fish to the
value of |S62,826 was caught by fishermen of Prince Edward Island during the 1921 season, according to the
Department of Murine and Fisheries.
Capital invested In the industry totalled $767,618, while the mon and women -employed numbered 2,903. Lobsters were by far the moat important
llnh caught, accounting for $649,299
of the total sum. Smelts and trout
came next with $68,081, followed by
herring nnd mackerel, $69,606; cod,
haddock and hake, $54,940; oysters,
$26,669; caplin and eels, $4,837; and
tommy cod and clams, $494.00.
WARNING! . Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting Aspirin at all.  Why take chances?
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds -j Headache        Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia       . Neuritis
Earache Lumbago        Pain, Pain
QUESTIONS AND
ASMVEKS ON
FORESTRY
Q. I own con side ruble land in Ou-
tarlo of no ugrlculturai value. What
ireeg would you advise me to plant?
A, Where your object is the production of fuel, farm lumber, etc., In
the greatest quantities iu the shortest
possible time, such species as birch
and Carolina poplar form a rapid
wood crop which, while of somewhat
inferior Quality, provides good summer wood und brings a fair price on
the market- Black I-o.-ust In Southern
Ontario is without equal lur posts
und poles, making un exceptionally
rapid grow tli and possessing excellent durability, if you are looking for
a timber crop of high grade commercial wood, white Scotch and red pins
excel.
Q, What trees ure ud vised for
planting in order lo prevent land laud
slip und erosion? Several hillsides
on my property ure rapidly disintegrating.
A. The deeper rooted hickories and
oaks excel in p,revertlng erosion.
Vou must, however, lake into account
the nature of the soil where ihe planting is to be done. All trees grow best
on deep, porous, moist soil with rich
humus and mineral nutriments* Hemlock, pine and spruces are tho best
wind breaks for Ontario. Quebec and
New Brunswick conditions.
Q. Is there anything in (lie story
that the "Naval Stores'' Industry, the
extraction of oiltft pitch and other
est nous products promises to become one of the great branches of
British Columbia production?
A. As yet tiie Naval Stores Indus-
try of British Columbia ia in its Infancy, but seems assured of a great
future. The samples of Burgundy
pitch from B. ('., submitted
to British manufacturers accustomed
to use thc German articles have
brought most favorable comment,
which places the British Columbia article on a par with the finest European pitch. Other B.C. oils secured
by tapping Douglas fir, larch and other trees have been declared hy British
manufacturers of artists materials to
the best they have ever seen. This
may mean great things for the coast
province.
Q. Why don't the Canadian railway
companies do more to prevent forest
fires being set by the locomotives and
their right-of-way employees?
A. As a matter of ract the railways
of Canada are now a very minor factor In the annual forest fire toss. This
Is due to the growing appreciation by
railway executives that their interests
are identical with forest production.
The final statistics for last year prove
conclusively that both the government
and private owned railway lines accounted for a very small fraction of
the actual timber loss. Last year
was unfortunately distinguished by
tlie large number of fires caused by
hunters and campers. Most of the
large fires in Ontario, Quebec and
New Brunswick were due to settlers,
fishermen and hunters.
IMTTUI-KO UR0E8 MORE
POPULATION FOR SOLUTION OF B.C.'s PROBLEMS
DOMINION GOVT, WILL
UNDERTAKE  TEST
OF DAIRY HERDS
TORONTO.—Immigration is the solution of Canada's present difficulties,
according to Hon. T. D. Patlulo, minister of lands for British Columbia,
Who has beeu in Toronto. He went
east chiefly to discuss immigration
matters with the federal government.
"We simply must have people.
Conditions and safety demand it. It
is generally admitted that one of our
biggest problems- is the railway situation," said tlie British Columbia minister, "We must create enough business to create both systems.
"To suppose that we can indefinitely hold our undoubted 61 eat resources
out of use, according to our own liking and disposition, [g an illusion. We
would do well to advance development
wlili-j wo huve a reasonable opportunity ot selection. If we don't it may
be done for us.''
T. M. Roberts, etfty clerk, lias received the following communication
from Hun. 1-1. Ij. Barrow, relative lo
the letting ol dairy herds supplying
milk and dairy products to municipalities. The letter is a copy of another from Hon. VV, R. Motherwell,
dominion minister of agriculture, to
Premier Oliver, of this province. It
j*reuds us follows:
Ottawa.  Out..
February 25th, 1921:
Tho   Honorable  John  Oliver,
Premier of British Columbia,
Victoria. B.C,
Dear Mr. Oliver;
1 um in receipt of your favor of the
iQth inst.. and would say In reply
that upon application of the authorities of any town or city, the federal
Department of Agriculture will undertake the testing of the dairy herds
supplying    these    municipalities with
milk and iluiry products.
This confirms the conversation we
had in my ofllcu during your recent
visit to Ottawa.
Vours faithfully,
V. R. MOTHKKWKI.L.
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOR W. T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY NEXT
Morning Service al 11 a.m.,   .
The DeuconeSHes, will    conduct
thu services on Sunday morning.
12 noon—Sunday School.
Union Memorial Service. In the
evening.
Tuesday, 8 p.m.—B.Y.P.U.
Thursday, 8 |i.m.—Prayer masting.
YOU ARE WELCOME
Frame's Bread la GOOD BnM
Hie Pita, Cakes anl Pastry ara
made la a tatty manner whlcb   j
invites the most exacting person to call again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
I'hone 81     •     Norbury Ave.
SHILOH STOPS
THAT COUGH
Cor grown-ups or elilldren. Safe,
mire and efficient. Smnll dose
means economy -ind does not upset the stoinuch. At ull dealers,
:i.)c, title uud $1.20. 4
Brew This Fins
Spring Tonic Yourself
Brew a cup of thin gentle nnd effective remedy und tuke it before -yolrn.
tobed, three times u week, for a while.
CELERY KING j
It will purify the Mood, make you feel -
vigorous  und   healthy  at  u   cunt  of
only h few vent*.   Give It to the ehll- |
di-cn, too.    All druaalMtn have Celery I
King, large packages, 80c and SOe.
Ottawa,  Out.—Tlie  net  natural   lu-
I crease in the population ot Canada In
! the   first   six   months   of   1921     was
47,427, according to a  statement  ls-
■ sued  b.v the  Bureau    of    Statistics.
j Births for this period numbered 82,-
134, while deaths totalled 34,707.   Tho
greatest number of births  were re-
1 ported in March, and the smallest in
February.    The    heaviest    mortality
was reported for March and the light*
est for June.
Toronto. Ont.—The first Toronto
branch of the Ontario Provincial Sus-
Ings Hunk was formerly opened here
by Premier Drury. The Hon. Manning Doherty, minister of agriculture,
was the first depositor. Similar bunks
have been operated successfully in
Manitoba during the past   few years,
ICE INDUSTRY AT BANFF
ICE OPERATIONS OS BOW
The winter season at Banff, Al-1
berta, gives opportunity for the]
promotion of an extensive ice-industry. It is unique as the on'.y industry of Us kind west uf Selkirk,
Manitoba. The ice-field on the Bow
river is a hive of industry in the
winter time, lt is a tract two miles
in length and is leased for ten year
periods. Operations begin as -soon
as the river freezes over, in the car*
grven to keep the space clear of
snow. The ice is marked by a line
two inches deep into cakes 22 by 44
inches. An ice channel is made a: I
one side of the river and the cakes
ar floated up to a bench for loading.*
About 60 men are employed in
the work each season anu they use
•Uch implements as a splitting bar.)
a Dike pole for directing the piece*1
ur tne ice cnannel, an ice uw for1.
awing tbt cakes 28 inches do-at., fol-1
RIVER AT  BANFF.
lowing a two-inch mark that is
made early in tht tea&or. around
each piece. An ice needle is used
for iplitting tbt blocks at tht bench
and the iet monkey grasps the
cakes out of the iet channel anu carries tbem up for loading. Ter, ..*.."!*.
at a time are floated down the ica
{channel, each weighing about S0o
■ pounds. The ootput ii about 25 cars
a day and will be about thirty tnou-
land tons for the seaaon. Eacn car
l holds 44 tons, and ia shipped over
the Canadian Pacific Railway.
British Columbia is thus supplied
with ice. It is used itt tbe Okanagan
Valley, at Kinuoop*, and the coast
cities. It is of great service ih -car*
ing for British Columbia fruit such
as in refrigerator cars, and is used
on dining care as tbe purest ice that
can be obtained.—C G.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Alio bottles of 24 and 100—Druggist*.
Aaplrin It lhe Irada mark (ractatarad In Canada) of Bayar Manulacture of Mono-
BMtltMMMttr ml laUcylltada. mile it mi wall kaawa that Aiplrtn tnaant Bayar
i-saaatoaiata, ta aaatot thaaabHe afataot laUlatlaae- tha Tableta of Bayer Company
wltt »o MOTH* Wllh thaW faaeral lra4a murk, tbt "Bayer Crate."
The response to our invitation to our Spring Exposition and Style Show has
been most encouraging and satisfactory, and we believe the benefits have been
mutual
This week we have passed into stock many
New Models in Suits, Dresses and Hats
whteh will al once commend themselves to Ihe natty dresser.    Individual Models in
Ladies' Suits; Individual Models in Ladies' Dresses; Individual Models in Ladies'
Hats.     Lines shown in Ihis city only by ourselves; lines that will al once appeal to
th e discriminating purchaser, or to the woman of refined taste.
The rich unusual colorings of the Correct Materials for this season's styles provide an entrancing Oriental atmosphere
for the display of the New Spring designs.
The Cape-line Coals and Wraps, the beautiful New Frocks, and Ihe New Three-piece
Suits. These designs more than ever personalize style.
W. D. HILL -
Till. LADIES' WEAR SPECIALIST. PAGE    SIX
THE     CBANBBOOK     HlBltB
Thursday, April Htli, 1928
"Built-in-sCanada'
New Models  :.  New Prices
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF PURCHASING A NEW
CAR THIS SEASON DO NOT FAIL TO INSPECT THE
1922 STUDEBAKER   MODELS NOW ON DISPLAY.
Studebaker Hlg Six Touring Car     1*1750
Studebaker Special Six Touring Car  #2325.
Studebaker Light-Six Touring Car  91725
Above Prices are Delivered at Cranbrook
Dezall's Garage
I'll (INK 50
CRANBROOK, B.C.
0 C It  SI 0 T T 0 -.
TIIK BEST 4J001IS OBBAINABIE  AT BE ASM) SABLE PRICES-
A SQUARE DEAL AM) SIXTEEN OUNCES TO THE FOUND.
FIELD SEEDS
No. I Marquis Spring Wheat, per hundred   $4.00
Best Imported Spring Rye, per hundred -H-OO
Local Spring Rye, per hundred 18.00
Brome Grass Seed, per pound 20c.
Timothy Seed, per pound   20c.
SPLENDID RANGE OF GARDEN ti FLOWER SEEDS.
FRESH LEAF AND HEAD LETTUCE, CELERY,
ACH, RHUBARB, AND GREEN ONIONS
-   -Ice range of Easter Candles Just In—
ir'B 1 larmalade, 4 lh. tin 80c
•\ ,.   'nine Jam, per 4 lb. tin $1.00
John Manning
City Items of interest
GOLtTBS  tiETTINti   KKANY
Tlie golt con i an ls now open (or
play. Work has already started on
getting the fairway ln shape for tiie
aff tela) opening, date of which will
be announced later. For particulars
ot membershlp apply lo the secretary,
M. A. Beale.
Mrs R.W. Edmonson
Certified Teacher, I..I.M.
1-IAMIFOHTE TUITION
FENWICK AVENUE
I'hone 3N4
Tom Best, apostle of sunshine, was
in the city over last week-end, and
spoke at various gatherings ln his
cheerful, optimistic way that always
leaves a good impression, and something worth whllo In the minds of
his hearerB. He came here under
tho auspices "of the Y. M. C. A., being
connected with the religious work of
that institution. On Saturday he
apoke to the Boy Scouts, on Sunday to
a men's meeting at the Y. M. C. A.,
and later to a mass meeting ln the
Preshyterlan Church. Friday he was
at Wycllffe, and Tuesday he spoke to
tho notary Club members at their
weekly gathering. They all have the
same verdict of Capt. Best and his
message, one.of commendation of hln
spirit and appreciation of his gospel of cheerfulness.
Easter Time Is Near
OR NINE MORE SHOPPING DAYS
NOW ON DISPLAY
TO PLEASE YOUNG AND OLD
COMPLETE LINE OF CARDS — NOVELTIES
CHICKENS — DICKS — ROOSTERS — RABBITS
AND BEAUTIFUL ASSORTED BASKETS
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
Very latest Heather shades hi l_ul.es Silk and Wool Hose .... tlM
.80 brand Hose. Uluck, Willie und Tan,, all slzds,,13'jmlrs for ... 1.00
WE HAVE NOW ON DISPLAY A COMPLETE LINE OF
— CHILDREN'S SPRING HATS —
Boys Caps at from   $1.00 to HM each
All sizes In Overall Aprons and Patterns ut, etch   $140
NOW   ON   DISPLAY
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF LANDLOCKED SALMON BAITS AND
TACKLE
Come In at once and get your outfit while our Stock is complete.
This season is open as soon as the Ice goes out.
BASEBALL SEASON NOW ON
We have now in stock a full line ot Reach Baseball Goods
at reasonable prices
Louisville Slugger Hats—Very Latest   Cork Grips
WE ARE OFFERING THIS SEASON SPECIAL
DISCOUNTS TO CLUB ORDERS, AND ALSO
TAKING ORDERS FOR CLUB UNIFORMS.
- (ALI, IIU AT OJICK AMI LOOK OVER OUR OFFEBINUS -
MAIL     ORDERS     PROMPTLY     FILLED
Mofiatt's Variety Store
SPORTING    GOODS    HEADQUARTERS
Insure with Beale and Elweli.
+   +   f
Tuagsten Lamps— IS and 25 watt,
15c; -10 and CO watt, Mer, 100 watt Nitrogen, $1.25. Our low prices win
every time. W. F. DORAN.
+   +   +
The monthly meeting of the Police
commission was held ou Tuesday cv
enlng last when the report of the
Clilcf Constable was submitted. The
chief reported a total of 28 cases
dealt with for the month of March
comprised as follows: Assault 1, inmates of gaming house 13, keepers of
gaming house 1, vagrancy 4, theft 2,
obtaining money by false pretences 1,
intoxicated 5, wilful damage 1. Tenders for police uniforms were considered by the commissioners und the
firm of Grady & Eye were the sue
cessfut tenderers.
+   +   +
A few second hand cars for sale, ln
first class shape, Dodge and other
standard models. Get particulars of
these If you are ln the market tor a
second-hand car. Exceptional values
Detail's Garage.   Phone 60. 4tf
•f   +   +
Our Spring shipment ot Congoleum
Rugs ls now in and on display.
W. P. DORAN,
Our low prices win every time
+   +   +
On Monday of this week Mrs. Leo
King was fined $25 and costs for having venison in her possession, out of
season. Stern measures will be adopted to Btamp out this traffic, and it
Is suggested that any other culprits
will not be dealt with au much consideration. The game of the province
needs more protection, and an effort
Is being mado to enforco every provision of the Game Act.
+   +   +
We have just received our Spring
shipment ot Llnaleum. Prices $1.10
per aquare .ard.
Our low prlcee win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
SEVERAL CASES BROUGHT
UP BEFORE MAGISTRATE
LEASK   THIS  WEEK
Before His Worship John Leask,
police magistrate, on the 30th of
March, Thomas Welsh appeared on
a charge of vagrancy. He was allowed out on suspended sentence on
condition he found employment.
On the 28th of March Charles Fry
was also charged with vagrancy.
Charles was hard to please in the nature of his employment and admitted
coming Into Canada without proper
credentials from across the line. To
save trouble Charles went back liomi\
On Friday, March 30, George .Alfred
Brown was charged by his better half
with assault. Mr. Leask poured oil
on the troubled waters and dismissed
the caae. George promising to keep
the peace.
On Monday last Charles Nelson
Bernhardt was convicted of being in
possession of a number of fowls, kept
for a domestic purpose, well knowing
the same to have been obtained by
the crime of breaking and entering.
His Worship expressed himself as
being unable to understand the mentality of the accused, and warned him
that any future appearances of accused before the court would be dealt
with severely. Bernhardt will serve
30 daya with hard labor.
On Tuesday John Choldltch waa
convicted of behaving In a disorderly
manner and was fined f5, with a
warning.
Some of the young men of the city
will do well to abstain from rowdy-
lam. One of their number appeared
before the court on the 4th Inst., and
received a reprimand, His' Worship
remarking that any future cases ol
this nature would be severely dealt
wtth.
J. Jackson, ot this city, was a visitor In Lethbrldge this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Archer returned
laBt week from a short stay at the
coast.
The regular meeting ot the city
council will be held on Tuesday evening of next week.
Mrs. F. G. Morris who hus been
laid aside with the grip has beeu able
to get up again this week.
O. T. Moir, station agent, was forced to give up his work this week for
u couple nt days owing to an attack
of the prevalent grip.
A. B. Leigh has been un a holiday
for the last two weeks from the Raworth Bros, store, and will he back at
work again next week.
A. A. MacKinnon who was laid up
last week-end lius been getting around again since the middle of the
week, though not yet feeling any too
robust.
The annual meeting ot the Methodist Ladles' Aid will be held in the
Parsonage on Tuesday afternoon, April 11, at 3 o'clock. A good attendance is requested.
,A large number of dog owners will
probably appear in the Police Court
next week, when thslr dilatory payment of annual license will have to
be explained.
A meeting of the Retail Merchants'
Association is to be held at the city
hall on Tuesday evening of next week,
and a full attendance of members l>
requested.
The L.A. to the B.R.T. are holding a card party and dance at the
Parish Hall this evening, Thursday,
when a good time 1b anticipated, and
a good crowd looked for.
Mr. und Mrs. Wilbur Hill returned
this week to Bull River after a at&y of
some time at the Coast. Mr. Hill ls
very much benefitted by the change,
lt la gratifying to report.
as
The University of B.C. Players, will
put on an English comedy ot the Au*
ditorlum on Thursday, May 25th.
Watch for advertising announcement
which will be made in the near future.
A chimney blaze at the Niblock
rosldence on Eberts Avenue on Saturday evening last during show time
was the occasion of an alarm, and
damage to the extent of about a hundred dollars resulted.
The date for the next Oddfellows'
dance which was announced last
week for the 21st of thla month has
been changed, and proper announcement will be made of the new date
when it is decided upon shortly.
A general meeting of the Cranbrook
District Rod and Gun Club will be
held on Thursday evening next week,
April 13th, al the ciiy hall, when a
number of matters of vital Interest to
sportsmen of the district will be taken
up.
Itev. W. T. Tapscott is leaving on
Saturday for Fernle where he will resume tlie special services which be
commenced a short time ago ln connection with the Baptist church there,
but which were Interrupted by his
sickness,
The annual clean-up by the city
authorities of the alleys and lanes la
now In progress, and all citizens who
are interested ln the looks of the town
may do a good deal by co-operating
in that regard and helping In the
clean up.
«_,
Mrs. Watson Hall has had ber departure tor Winnipeg, which was
planned for last week-end, delayed
by thc'lllncss of the youngest member
of her family. He contracted a bad
cold and was taken to the hospital
when other developments threatened.
The concert to be given by the
Cranbrook Musical Society In the Auditorium Wednesday evening of next
week, April 12th, promises to be
the treat of the season along that
particular llne. The concert, which
will he presented by all local talent,
Is worthy ot every possible support,
nnd a crowded house will undoubtedly enjoy the entertainment.
Community
Plate
We have a nice as-sortmeut ol I
Community Silver Plate In Patricia and Adam Patterns—Sugar, Berry, Olive, Cream, Tea
and Coffee Spoons; Cold Meat
Folks, Jelly Servers, Tomato |
Server-s,  etc.
Retail prices are guaranteed all
over Canada by the manufacturers.
W. H. WILSON
Jeweler
Mr. J. Beech left last week to resume hia duties with the Crow's Neat
Pass Lumber Co. ut Skookumchuck,
his health being much Improved after
a three months' rest and visit with hia
family ln the city.
Mrs. A. Graham, of Cranbrook, haa
been the guest or Mrs. J. R. Pollock
several days this week. Mrs. Pollock
gave a bridge party In honor of her
friend on Wednesday afternoon.—Fernle Free Press.
The science of hypnotism, mental
telepathy, clairvoyance and other
studies along that line were demonstrated to crowded houses at the Star
Theatre on Monday and Tuesday.
_■
Alan Graham, secretary of the Cranbrook Rotary Club returned from Regina last week-end, after attending a
convention ot District 18. G. F.
Marsh, local Rotary president, is this
week attending the big doings at Vancouver in connection with the District
22 convention. It is probable that the
local Rotary Club will also be represented at the big Rotary Convention
to be held at Loe Angeles later on
In the year. Mr. Marsh returned from
the coast on this evening's train.
Subscribers to the capital stock of
the Cabondale Coal Co. have this
week been receiving their share certificates, and many of them are now
displaying quite a lively Interest ln
coal matters now that they feel they
own a little down In the mine.
W. M. Harris formally took over
his duties au postmaster on Saturday laat, Inspector Bruce of Calgary
making a visit to the city to facilitate
the transfer ot the responsibility to
Mr. Harris. Mrs. J. B. Henderson,
whom has been acting as postmistress
lor the past two years or so is Intending to take a rest at least for a
time.'
The Women's Progressive Association will hold a Whist Drive and
Dance In the Q.W.V.A. Hall on Tuesday next, April llth. Cards from 8
to 10 and dancing from 10 to 2. Robinson's three-piece orchestra will
furnish the music. Price of admission will be, gentlemen 75c., and ladles 50c.   Refreshments will be served.
R. E. McKexte, well known ln the
city some ten years ago or so, when
he was engaged In the real estate business here, has been In the city and
district since the end ot last week,
being now In the theatrical business.
He Is now the moving spirit in the
"Myeterla" company, featuring hypnotism and Illusions, which has been
performing this week here and elsewhere.
The prizes have been secured for
the winners In the school hockey league, it is announced by Mr. F. G. Morris. Through the co-operation of the
drug stores fairly substantial prizes
have been made available, and this
interest on the part of the merchants
in the school sports is very much appreciated by those who have been
working In connection with the movement.
The Easter Ball to be given under
the auspices of the Retail Merchants'
Association of Cranbrook at the Auditorium promises to be quite the big
event of the season In Its lino trom
present indications. Tickets ar. now
out, und ttie committees appointed
are busy with the preparations. All
arrangements are being undertaken
by members of the .association. The
proceeds are in aid of the hospital,
and a substantial donation will result from the function, It Is confidently expected.
Baby Togs
Just at thia time Mothers are
busy with   baby's clothes   for
Spring wear.
. OUR
BABY'S DEPARTMENT
Is complete in all kinds nf wear
such as
DRESSES
CREEPERS
MIDDIES
STAMPED WEAR
JERSEY SUITS
UNDERWEAR
HOSIERY
FOOTWEAR
and    almost    every Item one
could mention for baby's use.
*$r
AGENTS FDR WILLIS PIANOS
SEE THE WILLIS PIANOS NOW HERE
F. H. Dezall has this week unloaded
a shipment ot new model 1922 Over-
lands.
J. B. Haslam haa this week been
on the sick Hat and forced to take a
vacation from his drug store.
W. R. Glbbs haa been busy in hia
shop since his return trom the coast
painting up can for the coming season. Among those h« has completed
are the Trading "Do.'s delivery wagon,
W. fA .Nlsbet's car and tbat of Lawrence Veeburg. the latter two appearing resplendent In new shades for the
season.
C.P.R. roadmas.tr Walker ot Cranbrook met with quite a painful ac
cldent on Tuesday morning, while
making a trip over tha rails between
here and Canyon, on his motor speeder. While going around a curve with
a couple of Kitchener section men
aboard he was suddenly thrown clear
off tho car, sustaining a nasty scalp
wound as well as Injury to his shoulder. He was brought back to Erlckson and received first aid, and was
taken on the noon train to hia home
In the divisional city—Creston Review.
The Cranbrook Musical Society
WILL PRESENT ITS  SECOND
Concert of the Season
in the Auditorium
on
Wednesday, April 12th
AT 8.30 PuM.
TIIK     GBEATEST    MUSICAL     TBEAT     Or     THE     SEASON
RESERVED SEATS 76c.     -     ODN. ADMISSION 60c.
Reserve your seats at Mm Crankrook Brag ft Book Stow.
Lee Edwards'
School of Music
Teacher   et  -.lolls,   Mandolin,
Oaltar, ttt tU Bail ttt Or.
cheitra Iaitria-tati
Expert teaching by conscientious
Instructor low residing hart.
Let me show you how you can
musically tdueata yourself or
child by my easy payment plan.
STUDIO ABOTI I. KeLEOII'S
BTOBK     •     •     PHOlfB IN
-My Work Speaks lor Itself-
Notwlthstandlng difficulties which
have been encountered with sickness
on the part ot some wbp were going
to take part, the presentation of the
cantata, "Esther, the Beautiful Queen"
In the MethodUt church on Friday ev.
enlng of this week promises a treat
for those who appreciate choral music The solo work Is being underta-'
ken entirely by local vocalists, and
the chorus work presents some extremely pretty numbers. Rev. R. W.
Loe Is conduatlng. and Miss ^Mma Sarvls Is at the organ.
CARD OE THANKS
Mrs. P. Handley and family, of Klmberley, desire to express their deepest appreciation of the sympathy and
help extended to them In their bereavement by their many friends, and
especially to Mr. R. E. Burke, of Klmberley.
BY      BEflLE   __- ELWELL
money.'
WANT ADS.
STAB SECOND BAUD STOBE
Pkeae W
We par the bast prices going tor all
kinds   ol   faratturs.    Wa **j sstj-
thing trom a mouse trap te aa automobile.
WEST Kootenay, British Colombia,
Fruit and Farm Lands. Write for
list. H. B. Dill, Nelson, British
Columbia. 6-7
WANTED.—Help for general housa.
work. Apply Mrs. Fred. W. Adolph,
Baynes Lake, B.C. (-7
FOR BALD—41 acre ranch five miles
from Chanbrook. New housa and
new tarn In good condition Plenty
of good timber. Reply to P.O. Bot
TIT, Craabrook, B.C. I«
•pOXT LET VOUB BANK-ROLL
Skill   TAKE OOT AUTO
INSURANCE
WHEN you own and operate n cur,
you uro liable to cause Injury, even If
you drive carefully. We will assume
llle damages for personal liability,
and will protect you In lho payment
of property damages. If you desire.
STEAMSHIP AOENTS
We book through to all points
in Europe on tho latest large
steamships from Montreal   or
New York.
Special TOURS arranged for.
Apply for full particulars.
VICTORY   BONDS   BOUQHT
AND SOLD AT MARKET
PRICE.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Established 1807

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