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PB0B1NCU1.  I.I»IIA»T
SANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME     27
CRANBROOK, B.C., THURSDAY, APRIL 30th, 1925
N U M It I- R
STAR   THEATRE
FRIDAY-SATURDAY
MAY8-9
"CAPTAIN  BLOOD
11
Two Shows Each Night
Prices: -- Night 50c & 25c
By Rafael Sabatini, author of "The Sea Hawk"
a romantic drama OF the pirate days     '   Matinee 35c and 10c
Spectacular
Wrestling Seen
Bozinis Successfully Defends
Title Against Ernie Arthur
Of Trail
TWO FALLS OUT OF THREE
Fighting desperately to rotnln tlie
middleweight championship of Can-
luln, which lie won hut rocontly trom
Thompson, In Spokane, Nick Bozinis
defeated the former middleweight
chnmplon, Ernie Arthur of Trail, in
two fulls to one at llu- Auditorium.
Crnnbrook, on Saturday night. It
was tint urn! thnt the match wns
lookod forward to as ono thnt would
bo well worth seeing, as the men hnd
met In-fore nnd thero were some who
were not convinced that Bozinis was
really the better man of tho two,
their previous encounters having resulted in n win for Bozinis and n
draw, but thero were few present
who expected such un exciting and
brilliant exhibition of the wrestling
game. It was a case of Greek meeting Greek—even though Arthur is
a Frenchman—for both men used
similar tactics, nnd the mutch had
not gone fur before it was evident
that there was no love being lost
between the two combatants, but that
each was putting to use every trick
of the trade, nnd that there was not
much nbout the gome they did not
know.
After interesting preliminaries had
been pulled off the main bout started nt 9.40, when referee Nels Moe,
who wns acting iu the place of Geo.
Sutherland who was unavoidably absent, introduced the two contestants.
After a title spurring for holds, in
wliich Arthur showed that he lucked
nothing in speed, he obtained a too
bold on Bozinis which he held for
about two minutes, the wily Greek
finally breaking it with a counter
head-scissors on Arthur. Bozinis
quickly applied a double wrist-hick
from which Arthur Boon freed himself, only to be caught again jn a
bad toe hold, but the Trail man finally broke it in n spectacular manner.
This was followed hy several minutes
of very fast work on the pari of both
contestants, and flying dives, ducking, and dodging Ond severe throws'
were the order of tiie day. Repeated'
ly Bozinis would adjust u double!
wristlock only to have it broken by
Arthur, who seemed to be posesscd
nf superhuman strength. Finally al
10.27, or aboul 38 minutes after thel
start, Arthur wns pinned with a
double wristlock and leg bar. Both i
men were glnd of the opportunity to
real as they had been going for all
Iliat was in them.
The second round started with
Boslnis gaining a leg crotch. Which I
Arthur broke, followed by a wrisl
luck wliich li(i held for sonic lime but I
could not mako effective. The red ■
of the round Arthur seemed ta have
Koy.inis working to break various
holds, first the hammer lock, followed
by n head-scissors ami then seeming-
one after another Arthur adjusted
the Japanese arm lock. Finally after
twenty four minutes of Wrestling,
the judge claimed thai Boslnis was
down.     Boslnis, who must  hnve heen
sufforlng, gavo ne sign of giving up,
and did not think thai a fall hud been
obtained.
In the third round tho same ipi c
tacular performance was continued.
Boslnis wns this time the aggressor,
Twit',, he tried to gain bis famous
airplane "ip full on Arthur, lun each
time Arthur grabbed quickly for the
foot of his opponent, prevent ine; him
from raising him from the ground.
Ko tried the double wristlock hm
COUld not nuike it work, but after
about fifteen minutes of work he cot
Arthur fair and square with u double
arm luck. The victory was u popular
one though Arthur had a largo number of supporters who cheered him
for the game fight that he put ui).
I'lveryone wns satisfied with the gootl
scrap thnt hud been put up.
Following the match Moe Immediately challenged tho winner, Bozinis.
claimed however that his time here
was limited und thut as he hud defeated Moe only a few weeks before
he was not bound tu meet him again
so soon. After some time however,
after the erowd had kept shouting
for an opportunity of seeing Moe uml
Bozinis combating again, Boslnis con-
sealed, anil promotnr Geo. Anton
came forward and announced to the
RETAIL MERCHANTS'
DRIVE FOR FUNDS
WILL NOW COMMENCE
Will Contribute To Board of
Trade Publicity Fund in
Amount of $500
In recognition of tho efforts being put forth by the Cranbrook Board
of Traik. in the direction of publicity
for the district, the Cranbrook Retail Merchants' Association have voted ^olltl to defray the cost of advertising Lhe natural resources and scenic attractions of East Kootenay. The
resolution wns passed at an executive
meeting of the merchants held on
Tuesday morning.
In attendance at the meeting were
W. H. Wilson and M. A. Beale, respectively president and chairman of
finance for the Board of Trade.
These gentlemen presented the
board's budget of expenses for the
present yenr to have it approved by
the meeting. The board's estimated
expenses for the year are as follows:
Cranbrnok Board of Trade
Kstimated Expenses, Year 1925
Mineral Specimen Case
front of post office $250
Snlnry, Clerk, Information
Bureau      100
Office Rent      180
Light        12
Fuel        25
Incidentals        200
Tourist Cump      500
Repayment to Mineral
Collection        75
Mineral Collection Fund
(present year)     150
OBITUARY
"1
$1402
The Retail Merchants being pledged i
to raise tlieir quota of contribution
by the first week in May, in order
that the money will he available before the meeting of the Associated
Boards of Trade of Eastern British
Columbia to be held here on May 10,
20 ami 21, a drive will be begun immediately with a view to raising th<
money. It is hoped thnt nil merchants, particularly those who are bene
fitting directly from an increase oi
business incidental to tourist traffic,
will contribute liberally to the publicity fund of their district.
K. P. Grand Chancellor Coming
The Knights of Pythias are holding a special meeting of unusual Interest on Wednesday evening of next
week in the Castle Hall, to murk the
\isii of tli,. Grand Chancellor of the
Domain of B.C. Bro. W*. II. Jones,
Degree work is to be exemplified,
and the newly organized Pythian Sisters will be in evidence with the re-
freshments for n sociial time which
is to follow the business of the evening. Another pleasing feature will
bc the presentation of a veteran's
jewel to Bro. Fred Mnckonrot.
Non   Striker  Badly   Mauled
There was excitement on Saturday out nt Torrent, on the Kootenny
Central, when a number of Russian
workers for a tie contractor decided
'that the rale of pay for the ties was
not io their liking, and decided to
drop their tools until same was nd-
|U ted. The representative of the
Company offered lfi cents, bul tbis
the men refused save one Nick Klip.
ii Roumanian, who was anxious to
get work and make some money.
.1. Kuyiluk, who has ideas of his own
when he encounters those who do
linl . i • . to eye with him, (rot Into
(lie car whi i Klip was and forth-
uilli, with stick and club, beat him
into insensibility and then threw him
out of the car. The provincial police,
Gregory Thomas and Mr. Saunders,
went out aud irnt their man who
appeared before magistrate John
l.cask, on Monday] who imposed a
fine of twenty dollars or two months
in jail, lacking the "necessary evil"
he took the two months.
audience that the event would take
plact< in the Auditorium o.n Saturday,
Hoy 2nd. Arthur stated to tho audience lhat he had lost fairly to the
better man. lie claimed that he would
like an opportunity to meet Bozinis
when there would not he ns much
difference in their weights, Arthur
weighing 158 and Bozinis 105. lie
thought thnt (here were as good n
bunch of sports here ns any place
in Canada.
RICHARD SIMPSON
Monday morning at the family
home on Lumsden Avenue, there passed away another of Cranbrook's old
time residents, in the person of Mr.
Richard Simpson. The late Mr. Simpson, who was in his sixty-fifth year,
was born in Scotland, though most uf
his younger days were spent in Liverpool) England, in which city h,. was
a member of the city's police force.
Cuming to this country, he settled in
Birtle, Manitoba, but cume west at
the time of construction, entering
contract work in the post and tie -
business at Michel. Since 1007 he
has been n resident of Cranbrook,
and was connected with city work
most of that time. For eight years he
was a member of the fire department
and later wus with the works department. Last year he met with an accident in connection with a runaway
of a city team, but nfter this was still
able to be connected with eity
work The    deceused    hnd    not
been in good health for some time,
for the last few months being confined to his bed or to his home.
Besides his wife, those left to
mourn his loss are his daughter, Mrs.
E. Cummer, another daughter, Hazel,
at home, and a grandchild, Myrtle
Gummer.
The funeral took plnce from the
undertaking parlors on Wednesday
afternoon, when a lurge number of
friends were present. The deceased
was given a fireman's funeral, the
city fire truck being used to convey
the body to tho grave. The pall bearers were Fire Chief Adams, .1. Conroy
S. Fyles, W. R. Gibbs, J. Hayward,
and H. McClure. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. F. V.
Harrison.
Mnny floral offering testified to
the high regard in which the deceased
was held.
"Play Ball!"
Is Now Heard
Opening  Games  in  District
League To Be Played On
Sunday Next
THEY'RE WARMING UP
MRS. DOROTHY CARLSON
The many friends of Chas. Carlson, of Kimherley, were grieved to
hear of the death of his beloved wife,
Dorothy, nt the St. Kugene Hospital,
very early on Sunday morning. The
tleceased lady had not regained her
strength after the birth of a child
on April ;trd. but her condition was
Improved lately, her denth coming
ns a distinct shock to her friends.
The late Mrs. Carlson was a daughter
of John N*. Wood, of Fernie. to which
city the body was taken for burial
on Wednesday. Besides the sorrowing husband, there are two small babies left to mourn the loss of a kind
mother. The bite Mrs. R. R. Piper
was a Bister of the deceased.
The sympathy of a host of friends
goes out to Mr. Carlson in his hour
of bereavement. Mr. Carlson came
to the city on Sunday, expecting to
hear further word of his wife's im- j
provement. but was met with the \
.sad intimation that the end had come,
antl il hail not been possible to reach
him by telephone.
The East Kootenay Amateur Base-
ball League opens un Sunday next
with Cranbrnok playing al Kimberley
Wardner at Lumberton and Concen-j
trator at Wycliffe. All games will
begin at 2.30, and the umpires will
see thnt the games start as nearly on
time ns possible.    These umpi
I    WEDDINGS    I
**************************
WALLINGER-SPEAR
(From 'Iln- Vancouver Province)
One of the prottlQBl ot tlu- April
weddings took pIucl1 Saturday morning in Si. Paul's Church, when Dor-
othea, daughter of Mrs. Wm, ,1. Spear
wm united in marriage to Mr. Qordon
Arnold-Walllnger, son of Mr. Noel
Afnold-Wnlllnger, M.L.A., anil Mrs,
Avnold-Walllngor, of Crnnbrook. Rev
Harold King performed   the   cere-
LOCALS LOSE IN FIRST
ROUND OF PLAY-OFF
FOR FOOTBALL CUP
Concentrator Eleven Proves
-     Too Strong For Cranbrook Squad
The bride made a radiant picture
she entered the church wiih ber
brother, Mr. Allan Spear, who gave
her away. Her gown of periwinkle
blue brocade, made on straight, simple lines, was offset by a becoming
paid officials, ami nre appointed fori'11'1 "r th0 some shade. Completing
each game by the president, ami \vill|th« costume were silver slippers and
huve complete charge uf llio games
at all times. This will tend to eliminate a lot of discussion and disputes,
which tend to spoil ihe game for the
crowd.
A complete schedule bus been
drawn up, but as it has not been reported on as yet by the different
clubs it cannot he given out for publication this week, but will be next
week. The opening games will be
played next Sunday as announced
above.
The league officials ure looking for
a good season, as nil the clubs appear
to be full of pep- The Reason hns not
been mude too long, so the interest;
should  not  wane,  ami  time  will   be
lioiKjiiet  of mauve and yellow
chills, aweol pens and lily of the valley.
The bridesmaid, Miss Audrey Brcn-
tott, was cxtptisite in a coeou brown
canton frock heavily beaded. A becoming hat of straw, trimmed in
soft folda to match, completed an attractive costume. Mrs. Spear, mother of the bride, attractively gowned in black georgette nnd hat of tbe
same shade, entered the church accompanied by Mr. Leslie Creery. Mr.
Tony Power acted as groomsman.
The reception was held at the home
of Mrs. Spear, on Twelfth Avenue.
Mr, ami Mrs. Arnold-Walllnger left
later   for  Seattle  and   Victoria,   the
allowed fnr some play-off games with jbl.i(k> travelling in a sports costume
of blue ami grey knitted goods with
other districts aft
completed.
the  schedule
TAG DAY FOR SELF-
DENIAL  WEEK  OF
SALVATION ARMY
hat and scarf in a tangerine shade
idding a bright touch of color to a
OUthful costume.
This month sees the time arrive
for the annual self-denial week by
the Salvation Army, when a united
effort is made by the Army in all
parts of the world to raise funds
for the benefit of their many-sided
endeavors for the uplift and betterment of humanity. This year an
especinl interest is attnehed to the
occasion, it being the Diamond Jubilee Self-Denial Week. The locnl
officers are observing: tho self-dental
effort as usual, and a tag duy is to
be held in the city on Saturday,
May 10th, for this purpose, when it
is hoped there will bo a generous
response from the people of the eity
and district. "For the Service thnt |
Succeeds," is the title given a little I
booklet which describes the varied
activities of the Salvation Army, and
the purpose for which the Keif-Denial
funds nre gathered, including the
maintenance of maternity homes,
women's rescue work, prison service
and  missionary work.
COOK-MALE
Christ Church was the scene of a
pretty wedding on Monday morning
at 10 a.m. The contracting parties
were Mr. Edward Cook, manager of
the company hotel at Lumberton, and
Miss Minnie Male, of Cranbrook. The
ceremony wr.p performed by Rev. F.
IV, Harrison. The matron of honor
was Mrs. C. Cook, while Mr. James
Hartley supported the groom. The
bride wore a wedding dress of tan
erepe, with black hat. Following
the tying of (he nuptial knot the
party repaired to the home of Mr.
Hartley, where a sumptuous wedding
breakfast was served previous to the
departure of the happy couple to
Spokane by motor.
NEW OFFICERS FOR
ROTARY CLUB TAKE
OVER NEXT WEEK
Western Grocers Official Here
Mi'. Govan, general credit manager for the Western Grocers, with
headquarters at Winnipeg, was a
week-end visitor in the city, a guest
nt the home of Mr, ami Mrs. Ci. ¥,
Collins.
At the meeting or the Rotary Club
held this week, the election of officers
for the new year was held, resulting
in the following being named:
President   A. Graham
j Vice President   J. F. Scott
Secretary   G. F. Marsh
Treasurer  IL White
Directors—A. Graham, J. F. Scott,
G. F. Marsh. II. White. J. Schell, J.
P. Fink, F. M. MacPherson, T. R.
Flett, W. F. Attridge.
Severely Burned When Gasoline on Fire Explodes
The (ranbrook football team tried
conclusions with the Concentrator on
Wednesday evening and came off
four goals t" the bad, the final boi
being 1-0. The game, which was the
fir.-t seen here this year, was weak
in spots due to ihe fact that the
Crnnbrook team had not had the time
tti practice tbat they would have
liked, a lot of the men being on
practically for thc first time. Tht
Concentrators, who are the holders
of the cup, have iu their ranks some
very good players and will take n
whole lot of beating. At the end
of the second period the score stood
■I lo i) in favor of Concentrator. The
goals  were  scored  by   the   following,
Make Display
Of Local Ore
Board of Trade Seeks Approval To Erect Specimen
Case at Post Office
SEEKING SAMPLES
the
time    of
ihe   coincide
scoriae; of these goals is of interest.
(I}   David Knee   7.US
(2) A. McDonald . 7.IS
(.'!) .1. Evans 8.08
(-1) -l. Evans x.is
During the gome Frank Morris, of
the Cranbrook team, got knocked out
but returned to the game only to re-
;e another knock luter which caused him to retire. D. Knee during a
rap for the hall got a bad knock
thi' head. W. Kilgour, of Kimberley, made au efficient referee;
Harold White and E. Ham were linesmen.    The  line  up  wan as  follows:
Concentrah
>r
Cranbrook',
Archibald
Goal
F. Russell
Sargent
Right Back
.Morris
Holdsworth
Lett Back
Pickering
Bidder
Half-Backs
Andrews
Sales
do.
Reeves
Eccleston
do.
Henderson
11. Evans
Forwards
Bell
A. .McDona
1,1          do.
Emslie
D. Knee
do.
Watson
J. Evans
do.
Wood
Dickenson
do.
Fowler
\V. Henderson played a good game
for Cranbrook in the half back line,
and Reeves, a new man on the
local team, also showed up well.
Cranbrook come within an ace of
scoring on two occasions. Two of
the Concentrator goals were scored
after the defence had been drawn
out and an open shot on the goalkeeper was  made possible.
MOE BEATS ARTHUR
AT KIMBERLEY; MATCH
WITH BOZINIS HERE
At a meeting
■    I
Board of
Trade executive 1
field   ■    Fi
iday, the
24th   inst.,  a   res
oluli       t
passed
calling for the ci
llectioi     '
mineral
samples from prospects and mines in
the diatrtel   Tl ■ ,: ,   Hoard's
making such collect! of ore samples
is better publlcitj t r the mineral
resources of Easl K. ti naj \ few
weeks ago the mining committee of
the board had plans I a Ie of tho recess in the post offlce building on Baker Street. Into which n is proposed
to fit a mineral specimen case, the
plan of which has also been forwarded to Ottawa,
Hon. Dr. J. II. Ring) t>> whom tho
plan   was   forwardtd,   has   taken   thc
mattt
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Fo
r the inf<
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pros]
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ra willing to
d
onate
speci-
mens
of
ores
to the b.
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1 for
exbib-
tion. it is to be understood that such
pecimens, when given, become thc
property of the city and district, and
ill  be held  in  trust  for publicity
purposes   by   the   Cranbrook   Board
Trade.
Prospectors and mine owners are
further advised lhat o letter intimating willingness to donate specimens
together with particulars of claim, including location, values, etc., will be
promptly attended to by the mining
committee and who will arrange,
should such a course be necessary, for
the transportation of ore specimens
from prospect1 tr. Cwotbrook.
1 AppKcft&ns oi pr tfpeclers win,)
wish to place ore specimens in the
Board of Trade collection should he
addressed to II. W. Herchmer or W.
.S, Santo.
An accident which might huve re-
Itetl in far more serious eonsetpien-
ees, but for presence of mind displayed, and which as it was resulted
in extremely painful injuries, occurred on Monday morning, shortly after seven o'clock, al the residence of
K. A. Small, Harwell Avenue. Miss
Ethel Derbyshire, who is employed
by Mrs. Small, went about her usual
duties, and in endeavoring to re-kindle a fire in the kitchen stove that
had not burned, mistakenly applied
gnsoline, in the belief it wan coal oil.
Tho can wns nn ordinary gallon receptacle, which had long remained in
the back kitchen, and which had almost been forgotten. After applying
thc liquid, Miss Derbyshire turned
away from thc stove, nnd just nt thnt
time the gasoline must huve exploded
in the stove. The flames apparently
travelled almost instantly to the enn
still held in her hand, and this exploded also, enveloping the kitchen
in flames. Fortunately the room is
a large one, nnd doors were apparently open, so thnt the full force of the
explosion was not spent in the room,
it is almost certain fatal results
would have ensued. Miss Derbyshire
was enveloped in flames, and ran
screaming for help upstairs, where
the occupants "f the house had already been roused hy the explosions,
Miss Johnson, of the Central school
staff, was the first to get ready to
hurry downstairs, and saw the unfortunate girl env.doped in flames rush
upstairs. She was joined by Miss
Porter, a high school teacher, who
also stays at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Small, and between them Miss
Derbyshire was wrapped in blankets
nnd robes so that the flames were
smothered. At the same time, Mrs.
Small hnd hurried downstairs nnd
with assistance from Miss Best had
been able to extinguish the fire in
the kitchen, which wns- burning a
hole in the floor where the gasoline
had been spilled from the can. Her
training ns a nurse enabled Mrs.
Small to render prompt relief to Miss
Derbyshire, who it was found had
been badly burned on the buck, her
clothing having practically burned
away. Mr. Small had put in a call
for medical assistance, and Dr, (ireen
wns soon on the scene of the acci
dent, and after making the victim
of the mishap as comfortable as possible, she was removed to the hospital. :
Later enquiry eleclta the information that Miss Derbyshire's condition
Is still very serious, her life not heing
considered "'it «<f danger at this time.
Her mother, Mrs. Derbyshire, arrived
on Tuesday, and is now with her
daughter »t the hospital. Mrs. Rombough, of this city, is also an aunt
of Miss Derbyshire.
Of a strong and robust constitution, it is the sincere hope of everyone that she will recover. Her injuries are extremely painful, but she
hns maintained full consciousness,
and has borne the extreme discomfort with nn exemplary courage and
fortitude. Miss Johnson also sustained some burns on the urms and hands
in endeavoring to cope with the
flames. Hud it not been for the
prompt measures with which the emergency wns met by Mr. and Mrs.
Small and the three young ladies who
stay at their home, it is not difficult
to realize tha here might easily have
been a disastrous fire to combat, with
possibly loss of life.
On Wednesday night at Kimberley, Nels Moe, local wrestler, met Kr-
Arthur, of Trail, who was defeated on Saturday night here by the
Greek grappler, Bozinis. In the Kimberley bout Moe trot the better of Arthur, ami thi.s adds interest to the
bout to be held here on Saturday
aight in which Bozinis is to meet
.Moe. Bozinis having successfully
defended his claim to the light heavyweight title against Arthur. Moe will
he entitled to lay claim to the title
if he can beat Bozinis on Saturday
night.
This match will be the last one staged in Cranbrouk for some time as
Bozinis has to leave Immediately for
Boston, where he has several engagements with some of the big wrestler*
if his class in (he east. Lovers of the
wrestling game will be at the match
from all parts of the district, and it
is assured that everybody will gei
their money's worth.
Another bout is t<> take place on
Friday night tills week, at Yahk, when
Wl- Jepson Is matched against Ernie
Arthur.
WOMEN'S
INSTITUTE
The regular month!] meeting of
the Women's Institute .-.ill be held in
the K. ot P. Hall on Tuesday, May
oth at 3 p.m. The convenor of public
health and child welfare, has arranged for a paper by Mrs. H. I.. Porter
on "Diseases of Children" This paper should be heard ai being of interest to everyone. The Institute would
like to see ladie- present whether
member.-: of the institute or not. Mrs.
Cooper will sing, and afternoon tea
will be served.
HeAiant Bridge Club Function
Wednesday the Masonic Hall was
the scene of a vory pleasant function when the member- of the Cranbrook Ladies' Bridge ' h-A- entertain*
ed their substitutes and their husbands. The evening wa spent in
card- till 11 p.in followed by dancing
till one o'clock. Tbe music for the
evening was provided by the Synco-
paten. Tempting refreshments added materially t<< the pleasure of the
Motor   Ar. id"iii   on   Fori   Sttstl   Rond
Anticipating Summer Travel
Fast Kootenay people contemplating ocean travel are being catered
to quite extensively in the columns
Of the Herald, the sailings of the
C.P.R. ocean lines across the Atlantic, and the Cunard-Anchor lines both
being advertised well ahead, and with
the British Empire Exhibition in full
force at Wembley again this year, it
Is expected there will be quite a rc-
•pcctablc   volume   of   holiday   traffic
to European points from the Bast
Kootenny. Tin- regular C.P.R. east,
wesl and United States summer ex-
CUrslons are also being advertised in
this issue.
Arising  out   of  a   mishap  on   the
Fort Steele road, four miles out of
thc city, on Saturday afternoon la«t,
two police court casei havi arisen.
The car was a McLaughlin 1926 closed car belonging to ■! McDonald, of
Kimberley, and in i' were a party of
six. The driver in some way lost
control of the car and it mounted the
bank, which at that point I riot very
steep. Hitting some roots and n
stump, the ear came bark across the
road antl fell over on it- side, not
suffering much damage, however, beyond a good deal of broken glass. At
least two of the occupants were hurt,
hut not sorlously. Mr. McDonald was
not at the wheel nt the time, but the
I driver was fined $10 for driving to
the common danger, and 0 further
case of failing to report on accident
has been adjourned till next week.
CRANBROOK'S VICTORIA DAY CELEBRATION
MOHDAY, MAT 25th, 1925 "     F A 0 E    TWO
tar. CBA5BH00I   HftAU>
Thursday, April 30th, I92S
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I*^Af*W aip>»P«H»j.in    I CHIPS j
VA/r. Jfc »»     your pocket ytli^n      IT J
fjF,f£ £ The first baseball game of the seas-
il^    Give ths ycnn^-ir-      on will be played on the Lumberton
r-Jft    Ihi* wKblefiome.lonJ'      diamond next Sunday afternoon. May
i ?,{$   '■'■•/   i;   ■■• • "t ■ T /•       ;;nl. beiween  Wardner und the local
/r*l'tb'    V'-^1-^^ ■'•<••■•-^-       nt/j'-rt'gatitm.    These two teams plny-
wjr|BI ed some very close games last, yenr
Y    ^ land this season will undoubtedly see
* 'some more good ball.    The local dia
mond bas not been in tho best of
shape so far this season, although
a good deal of work was expended
on it Ibis last Sunday morning whicli
should bring about a very appreciable change. There were several of
the low spots filled in which huve
always been the cause of very much
disappointment in the past, and the
Ibaaea were also taken euro of.    Th
Use 11 yourself after
•cmbkimj or when
work ctragfc    Its.t
great llttlelmhener
Mf
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ff Bl  ^
i-   I,--■.'."-ii-,',-
es we
grand sta
nl is now entirely completed
   i-i'iiiliiii-ss for next Sundays
triiini'. li is Imped Unit the irniiH'
j »ill I,,, atn-mli-il liy ii lurge number of
i rooter, in give tho tenm. u good send
off in llu- initial gome nl' llu- season,
l'racticea will In- hold ovory ovenlng
thin week, ami from all Indications
 too ninny nf thoso cannot tnko plnce,
tor nil iln- Minus need a Oil „r base-
Ho,„.-.t,-nd.     IVcr.-n..-  -   Unrim-  |,„|| , ,,,,.„.,. L|tom for nexl Sun-
Iny's frncnsB,
t?trx-V£..-.:!tiael*eti*ieS u
this yi-in
.lalinnry  ami   1*'>-1 ^^^^^^^
440 tree grunl homestends were
taken up In Manllohu, Sn kntchownn,
Alberto nnd British Columbia, n few
less  than  tin*
period  lnsl  yenr.   Thu  on......   .«-■ ... ,
. . 1,'vi-nt uili bo devoted toward replcn
port shows that 21,  wero taken °P |„h|„g the baseball hind for tho Lum
in Saskatchewan uml MO in Alberta. | borl 	
ln tin- sum,, period 87 soldlor g
were taken up, these, with tin- I
A largo number nf Lumborton people an- looking forward tn tin- basket
social which will In. Ih-IiI in tin- Lum-
.I  f.n- tin- same berton  ball nn  Wednesday evonlng
official   re-l0' this week.    The proceeds of this
steads,   repre
84,320 acres.
ulii
ai'l
atoly
Mount Baker
Hotel
30 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All wiih running water (Hot
nud Cold) some with private
foallis,   some   with   shower
baths
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class fire-
proof Hotel in the city.
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
YAHK, ll.C.
OppoHiio Garage, Near RrldK-i
Comfortable Rooms with
fate in Conned ion
Wo Solicit Vour Patronage
Hjort
Prop.
ball club during the current
season. There should be no cause
for anyone to fjo without a basket
as lbe committee in charge has made
arrangements to have bachelor baskets for those who do not succeed
in bidding on tlie other parcels. The
Dansopntors orchestra of ('ranbrook
has been engaged to furnish the music for the evening und n good linn-
is assured everyone who attends.
'Tlio soclnl is for n good cause am! we
should  see a good sized  crowd  out.
I Mr. (!. I'. Robson, former man-
ager of the Spruce mills, arrived in
i Lumberton lust Friday afternoon,
und   was   a   Lumberton   visitor  until
i Monday   when   be  left  on   the  noon
[train for Spokane. Mr. Robson saw
many of his old friends in Cranbrook
lis well as Lumberton during his brief
utaj here. We are going to have
some difficulty  in securing the ser-
• vices of a good second baseman in
tbo Old Nutts baseball aggregation
this year, und it was an impossibility
to sign up Mr. Robson, as he declared
i lie   was  on   the   hold   out  list.
i A dance will be held in the Lumberton hull a week from this Friday
evening, tiie music of which will be
furnished by the Plaza orchestra of
Calgary. The dance will be given
for iln- hcnefil of the baseball club.
There  is  no   need  to go  into  detail
|as lo the merits of tbe Plnza orchestra, us it has established an enviable
j reputution throughout western Canada as n flrsl class group of artists.
I Do not forget th,. date. May Bth,
Refreshments will be served at the
I dance.
Mr. ami Mrs. 0. K. Morrill, who
were spending severul weeks with
relatives nnd friends in Spokane, returned to Lumberton last Thursday
afternoon.
Mr.  K.  A.  Cook, our cook  at the
hotel, has been singing "Good  Bye
Boys,"   for  the   past   two   days,   for
he is to become a benedict on Tuesday  morning,  when  the  wedding of
Miss Minnie Male and Mr. Cook will
take place in Cranbrook.    Miss Male
has   been   a   resident   of   Cranbrook
for many years, where she has been
employed  up  till  a recent   date,  and ,
has n host of friends  in  that city. |
Ed. very  well  known   in   Lumberton :
for he hnd charge of the hotel here
for tlie pnsl  four yeurs.    After tlie
wedding   ceremony   the   couple   will
motor  to   Spokane   where   they   will
spend several days before  returning
to Lumberton l<> take up their rest-1
deuce in the rooms which have been |
nicely   furnished   in   the   hotel.    Thej
many    Lumberton    and    Cranbrook
friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cook wish
them every happiness and many years
of  prosperity.
Looks like the oil saws will be enl-
letl Into notion. They have been idle
for quite a space of time now.
The regular weekly gathering of
the Lumberton Club wus hold lasl
Wednesday evening in the Lumberton
club rooms. Six tnblca of empire
whist were in piny during the early
part of the ovenlng. At the conclusion of the curds the tallies were
collected nnd the scores added for the
entire month. The following are
those who received tho highest number of points; Mrs. It. Issler, ladies
first; Mr. II. Price, gents' first;
while the consolation prizes were
awarded to Miss Elizabeth Griffiths,
nnd Mr. J. Kossen. A short monthly business meeting was held during
the evening, during which the financial statement was read and passed on. The following committee was]
also appointed to have charge of the
meetings during the month of May;
Mesdames, O. N. Jacobson, A. J.
Kolesar, and K. K. Lunn, Messrs.
Lesley Gregory, Fred Tulloach, and
Andy Cbristensen.
The first work on the tennis court
was done last. Saturday when poles
were obtained for the fences which
will be placed around the courts.
The work will undoubtedly advance
more rapidly in the future now that
the building activities iu connection
with the baseball grounds have finally been disposed of.
Tho Dansopntors of Cranbrook
held a dance in the Lumberton hall.
A fair sized crowd turned out for the
occasion and spent a most enjoyable
evening. The newly formed organization made u hit with tlie crowd
and everyone who attended the dance
spoke  very  highly  of  the  music.
School Examination! For Eaiter
In Orderj.f Merit
Crude VIII.—Peter  Kossen, (!2.
tirade VII.—Florence Downey 85;
Thomas Hazell 03.
Grade VI. — Gordon Trusler SI;
Elizabeth Griffiths.
Grade V. — Vincent Downey i>0;
George Gritliths B5; Mnry Hazell TS.
Grade IV.—Alice Stevens ST; Margaret   Hutchison   SU;   Richard  Jones
This Week
GIRLS! HAIR GROWS
THICK AND BEAUTIFUL
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PAUL   NORDGREN
STORE
Spring Is Here
Come in and have a look at the
New Shipments , Just   Arrived
Men's Finn Drens and Work Sox
Fine  Dr«-s*  Slurts  in  Silks  and
Cottons.    Mt-n'ft Heavy and
Light  Work Shirts,  Dresn
and Work Shoes
I.adii-fi  and  Children's  Shoes  &
Sandals.     Suitcases,  Trunks
and  Other  Goods
I Paul Nordgren Store %
* On Main Road, near bridge       'f.
* *
ic  "Danderine" Docs  Wonders
for Lifeless, Neglected Hair
A gleamy mnss
of luxuriant hair
full of gloss, lustre and life, quickly follows a
genuine toning
up of neglected
scalps with dependable "Danderine."
•'ailing hair, itching scalp and the
ldruff is corrected immediately,
in, dry, wispy or fading hair is
ckly invigorated, taking on new
ongth, color and youthful beauty,
anderine is delightful on the hair;
*ofreshing, stimulating tonic—not
■ky or greasy!   Any drugstore.
THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
J. MARKLUND, Proprietor
When In Yalik raakfi your home at
THK NEW HOTEL.
This Hotel is new from bottom lo top.    Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. All are clean
anil comfortable.
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWRISS & ROBERTS
Ag*nU for Hard and Soft Coal.     Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and (TRAVEL
OPPOSITE CP.R. DEPOT
Telephone 6.1        .:.        .:.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P .0. Box 216
Grade III. — Doris Hutchison 87;
iludvs   Downey   82;   Albert   Griffiths
1; Edward Kydd 64; Wm. Titular
2; William Griffiths oil; Hunford
.iinn 51.
Grade 1!.—Phyllis Dwelley SI; EI-
,a Stevens 77; Lily Griffiths 7(i; Ro-
bert Stevens 71 i Harry Hazell 62;
Clifford Jones A2.
Grnde I. — Gladys Gritliths 8^;
lean Hutchison 79
Grade Ib. — Glendon Darter 71;
loan Woods -1!).
Number enrolled III), Average at-
endance 95 per ent.
Miss A. C. .JOHNSON
Vernon, British Columbia.—Interior fruit districts lust year Shipped
52,000 cars of fruits and vegetables
compared with 01,000 for season of
1923. Although crop was small,
prices to growers were greater which
meant more money for smaller yield.
Vegetable Oil Plant Established.
A plant has been established at
Vancouver for the purpose of extracting oils from copra, peanuts,
iya beans, etc. It is said that thc
field in Canada for tiie production
of such a plant is large and favorable.
Last year, up to the end of October,
vegetable oils to the value of $849,-
7111 and peanut oil to the value of
approximately two million dollars,
were purchased hy Canadian indus-
tries, all of which were purchased
in the United States or imported
through Pacific coast ports of that
country. The new company expects
to handle from 600 to 760 tons per
month of copra (dried eocoanut
meat), soya beans nnd peanuts, from
which they will produce the Corresponding oils, us well us by-prodiict
meals which have u ready sale as a
slock  food.
By Arthur Brisbane
CONSIDER JOE, CHIMPANZEE.
EDUCATE THE EDUCATOR.
THE SINS OF THE CHILDREN.
MEAT EATERS RULE.
Joe, aged elibiipuiizee. alleged
member of a tribe whence Bpraug
the Gaucaolan race, bus Known a
moment of exultation, ills keeper,
a« usual, entered tho CflKO to clean
It. Joe, just for a change, swung
his knotty black hand around anil
knocked   the   keeper   senseless   with
ease, went out the open door and
walked ln tbe purlt. Mo stopped
to exchange courtesies with hla
friend, John Barrett, eighty-three*
year-old park employe. Soon ho
wus ou bin wny buck to tha curc.
Learn tbat when you ml in ire a
prize tighter, you admire only u poor
imitation uf a chimpanzee, und a
worse Imitation of u gorilla, that
COUW bent nny twenty prizefighters
in forty seconds.
Learn ulso from Joe, the chimpanzee, that freedom dopendB not
ou how bard you can HIT, but how
well you ean THINK. Joe, tbe
chimpanzee rose, knocked down his
keeper, and walked out of the cage,
but be didn't know what to DO
next.   "There's the rub."
An "educator" of Minnesota is
accused of punishing hoys in n high
school by causing them to sit in uu
"electric choir," causing severe
burns.
In New York State, another "educator" of the same gorilla typo
confessed tbat lie bad beaten a little negro girl with a rubber hose.
It might euro the man with the
rubber hose to let him spend half
un hour In a closed room with
Wills, the negro fighter, the latter
also equipped with a piece of rubber hose.
The Minnesota educator could bo
enlightened by a brief stay In a
real electric chair, but that would
be ton drastic, even Cor that Und
of stupid brutality.
Tha Government, which found m
many billions for the wars of other
people iu Europe, ought to find a
few dollars for building the canals
that this country needs. One canal
would unite the Lakes and the Mississippi Valley with the Gulf and
the Pacific via Panama. Another
caual for ships unite tho Lake
country with the Atlantic. "Every
big American city a seaport" should
be oar motto.
Within twenty-fonr hoat% a girl
ot fourteen, scolded by her father
shot herself to death. An elgbteen-
ysar-old boy, beaten by his father,
killed himself by turning on tbe
gas.
.Strange that man, said to descend from the "higher apes" or
some animal like them, should treat
bis own children with a brutality of
which no gorilla, ornnge-outung or
chimpanzee was ever guilty.
A man that would not allow anybody to beat his young horse or
dog for fear of "breaking Its spirit"
will break the sensitive spirit of his
own child.
Modern crime turns an ancient
test upside dowu. In Exodus, 20th
chapter, iitli verse, you are told
that the iniquity of the fathers is
visited upon the children "unto the
third and fourth generation."
Now the crime of the child is
visited upon the father. Albert
Locb, whose son, killed the Franks
boy, Is dead, killed by sorrow and
dlsgruce. That should satisfy tho
bloodthirsty that demanded "somebody hanged."
That unfortunate father died a
thousand deaths to atone for bis
son's hideous crime.
Have you noticed bow little men
seem to think ubout their souls
while they are alive, nnd how much
they think about what will happen
to their bodies after they ore dead?
A corpse left behind Is no more Import not than a pair of wornout
shoes thrown aside. Yet men of
power, from tho Pharaoh thnt built
the tlrst pyramid to millionaire
Cone with his concrete grave, have
worried  ubout  their bodies.
Tho question interesting to one
thinking of death should be.
"Where du I go from here?" uot
"Who Is going to steal my body?"
George Bernard Shaw, self-ap-
potn*wl Vlce-Kegent of Omnipotence, thinks llttlo of meet enters.
lie's wrong. Ho soys: "Armies fed
on barley have conquered half the
world."    Perhaps ho. but men that
ent  meat   Ht'LH  the   entire
WOULD.    1 ain't forget that.
For coughs tako half a teaspoon of Minimi's internally
in molasses. For sore throat
nnd chest heat and rub well
into affected parts. For cold
in head heut ami inhale.
fMinard's gives quick relief        M
QUEBEC TOURIST AT-
TRACTIONS FEATURED
IN MAY ROD & GUN
Featured tn the May issue of Rod
nd Gun In Canada, the Special Quebec Tourist Number, are tho delights
and possibilities of this province for
the tourist and sportsman. An editorial message from the Hon. J, E.
Perrnult, Minister of Colonization,
Mines and Fisheries, introduces the
province to the tourist and points
out the ninny charms it holds for
him. In "Remember tho Time'.'"
Hnrwund Steele recalls in lhe account
of one fishing trip the good times
enjoyed iu mnny such and which may
be iMijoycd by any fisherman who
so wishes this summer. "Idylls of
the Spring," by Mason B. Woollurd,
reveals the delights of canoeing and
"Dnylighl and Ducks" by A. |{, Douglas is au entertaining story of a duck
hunt in the early hours of Ihe morning. William MaeMillau, iu bis usual
interesling and masterly manner recounts the story of u pair of engles
on "The storm swept crags of the
Jacques Cartier," in "Tlie Fugles of
the Pine." "The Wicked Fleelh" by
Harry M. Moore and "The Green-
heud" by Frank Young complete the
list nf interesting stories with a Quebec setting. The regular contributors ai'e also represented in this number. The stories from Bonnycastle
Dale and Martin Hunger and the
various departments, Fishing Notes,
Outdoor Talk, Guns und Ammunition,
Kennel and The Trap, all come up
to thoir usual mark of excellence.
Published monthly by W. J. Taylor,
Limited, Woodstock, Ont.
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
Official
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..rniomeler    Read
Cranbrook
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Lift Off-No Pain!
Montroal Navigation Offkinlly
Opened—The ll'ilfi season of navigation for tlm por I ••!' Montreal wus
officially opened on April II), when
the  govornii    ice-breaker,   "Lady
Gn-y."  nrrlvcd   from  Three  Klvers.
The   trip   Wl    of   the easiesl   on
record.
Seaion'i Fur Induction—The total value of the raw fur production
of Canada f**r \he season 1028-24,
was -$15,048,817. This amount represents fhe market  value of Die pelts
of fur-honrlng animals taken in Canada during the season, comprising
ptdts of animals taken by trappers
and pelts of rnnch-bred animals, the
value of the latter constituting approximately live and a half per cent.
Of the total value.
DoQB'nt hurt one bill Drop n little "Froouono" on nn aching corn, instantly that com stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right off with fingers.
Vour druggist sells u tiny botlle of
"Freezone" for a few conts, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and tbo foot
callouses, without soreness or irritation.
A few drops of Shiioh brings quick
relief to throat irritation, hoarseness and coughing. Shiioh is economical—a favorite remedy for
over fifty years. At all druggists,
80c, 60c nnd $1.20.
SHffiHt
f FOR
COUGHS
TENDERS FOR COAL
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Purchasing Agent, Department of
Public Works, Ottawa, will be received by him until 12 o'clock noon
(daylight saving), Thursduy, May 11,
1025, for the supply of coal for
the Dominion Buildings and Expevl-
menetal Forms and Stations, throughout the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, and at Kenora, Ontario.
Forms of tender with specifications
nnd conditions attached can be obtained from G. W. Dawson, Purchasing Agent, Department of Public
"Works, Ottawa; J. E. Cyr, Supt. of
Dominion Buildings, Winnipeg, Man.,
II. E. Matthews, District Resident
Architect, Winnipeg, Mnn., G. J.
Stephenson, District Resident Architect, Regina, Snsk., J, M. Stevenson,
District Resident Architect. Calgary;
J. C. Wright, Supt. of Dominion
Buildings, Vancouver, B. C, J. G.
Brown, District Resident Architect.
Victoria, B. C, nnd from the Superintendents of Experiment ul Farms
and Stations, and the Caretakers of
the various Dominion Buildings in
the said Provinces, outside of Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Vancouver nnd
Victoria.
Tenders will not be considered unless mode on these forms.
The right to demand from the successful tenderer » deposit, not exceeding 10 per cent of the value of
the contract, to secure thc proper
fulfilment of the contract, is reserved.
By  order,
S. E. O'BRIEN,
Secretary.
Deportment of Public Works,
Ottawa, April 20, l!)2.r». 10-11
Use Celery King
a gentle laxative"Tea"
that purifies the blood
At your druartist 30c and 60c,
SHOO TACTS ABOUT CANADA.
"5000 1'iirts About Canada" Is
fanious as n rich BtorohousQ nt information about the Dominion. It
is the production ut Frank YimkIi, the
recognized authority on this country
ns writer nml lecturer. The 22nd
annual odltlon is mil tor 1926, nml
will, us in former yeurs. ho welcomed
by nn appreciative public. Kilty
chapters—from "Agriculture" to
"Yukon"—include n series of striking fuels presented in u crisp, terse
form that fastens thorn on the mind.
The 102o issue contuins much new
mutter, including u striking comparative table of our national growth
during the qunrtor of a century since
1000. The hook mny he secured at
leading dealers, or hy sending 85
cents to lhe Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 5IIS Huron Street, Toronto.
He who would know Canada will find
this wonderful little bonk a means
to thut end.
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j| HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH::
I IS THE PLACE TO EAT. jj
! |  Wlllto Help Onl; Is Kniployeil. '< l
I *  Yen will find lids Cale a Homey ',',
t     l'lnee lo Bnjoy Vour Heals     11
I ALEX. Hl'ItltV .   Prop,
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Milk and Cream
DIRECT FBOH
Big Butte Dairy Farm
noiti it
C.  P.  R.
TRAIN
SERVICE
Eff.cliv. Sunday, January II, 1925
Times for Trains at Crnnbrook.
Weitbound; Mo. 67.
....Arrives  12.05 p.m. dailyi  I.enves
12.15 p.m. daily.
Ealtbound; No, 68
Arrives 4.10 p.m. dailyi    Leaves
4.20 p.m. daily.
CRANBROOK - KIMBERLEY
leave arrive
8.40 Kimherley .... Cranbrook 11.80
12.20 Cranbrook .... Kimberley 18.85
14.25 Kimberley .... Cranbrook 15.00
10.00 Crunbrook .... Kimberley 18.10
CRANBROOK - Lk. WINDERMERE
No, 822 Arrives 3.30 p.m. Wednesday & Saturday. No. 821 Leaves 9.00
a.m, Monday and Thursday.
(Pacific Standard Time)
For further pnrticulars apply to nny
ticket agent.
J. E. PROCTOR, D.P.A., C.l,.r,
PATRONIZE THE
ROYAL CAFE
Opp.  .McCreery Bros.
Where tliey employ only
while  help, nud   where the
cooking is done hy a lady
The Service will Please Ynu
— TRY THR ROYAL —
Mrs.   M.   ROWE
Proprietreas
FOR SALE
FRESH MILK COWS
Choice of Seven
Two Twenty Quart Cows
— young —
Six Heifers Coming Fresh
all from High Grade
Milk Stock
One Yearling Thoroughbred Holstein Bull
C.  F. BROWN
Box  703
CRANBROOK
FOR ALL YOUR \
REQUIREMENTS 5
TRUNKS      ■      VALISES |
HANDBAOS §
Or .nnlliiiiK in Leather 5
Also for J
Shoes,   Rubbers,   Socks,   Ovor- *t
ails, Gloves, Etc., J"
It will pay you to visit our store 5
THE \\
Cranbrook Saddlery Co. Sj
Van Horne St.    Cranbrook B.C. £
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FOR GOOD MEALS  |
and Comfortable Rooms *
GO TO— I
The New Cafe f
On McLaughlin-Buick
—Thoroughly Tested
Four-Wheel Brakes
McLAUGHLIN-BUICK four-wheel
brakes have been thoroughly
tested not only by McLaughlin-Buick
and General Motors engineers, but by
thousands of owners of Four-Wheel
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To these owners McLaughlin-Buick
four-wheel brakes have proved their
increased control and safety by faultless operation through nearly two
years, in every extreme of weather.
THE   HANSON   GARAGE
CRANBROOK, B.C. Thursday, April 30th, 1925
THE   CRANBROOK   IIKKAI.Ii
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?       WARDNER        j
I NOTES |
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Messrs. H. \V. Birch, Paul Storey,
Len. Flesbesg mul John A. Lawson
motored tn Kimberley on Wednesday
evening; to attend a meeting of tlie
Masonic Lodge,
Mrs. Oversby was hitr
it Si. Eugene Hospital,
n Thursday, whore she i
■iedly taken
Cranbrook,
r
Tlie link
that Kinds
friendsliip
■-• muni ■>• (LUI X"v
French Oi^andie
Writing Paper
C  U N A R  D
ANCHOR
ANCHOR-DONALDSON
CANADIAN SERVICE
FROM HALIFAX
To Plymouth, Cherbourg, London
Antonia, May fl; June 19; July 18
Ausonia, May 2;!; June 27; Aug. 1.
Ascania, June ti; July 11; Aug. 15,
To  Liverpool—
Lnncastrla May 15; Alaunla Aug 7
Auranin, May 2[); June 20; July 21.
To Glaigow—
Letitia. May S; Athenia May 22.
Saturnia, May 15; June 12; July 10.
FROM NEW YORK
To Queemtown and Liverpool—
.Samaria, May 0; Caronia May lfi.
Laconia, May 23; Carmania. May .'!0.
To Cherbourg and Southampton—
Berengaria May (i; May 27; June 17
Mauretania.Moy 13;_June3;June24|in(icy(I( which was much enjoyed by
all present.   The members of the C,
tient, suffering a  threatened  attack
of.pneumonia.
Alex. Daye. Bill Mader, and Dyer
Elderling motored to Jaffray on
Tuesday evening, making the journey
to bring home Dyer's pet Kurd, which
has been under repair in thu Sand
Creek garage. As the repairs were
not yet finished, however, Dyer will
have to depend on his feet or his
pocketbook as a means of locomotive
powor.
Wo understand that the dog poisoner lias again been busy in the past
week in Wardner, and has been sue-
ssful lo the extent of disposing
couple of Airedales.        Natural
oling is rather hitter, and we would
to tn be in tliat poisoner's shoes if
he Is caught.
Mrs. Howard Ilaney, of Hull Kiver,
ami daughter Bovorloy, spent the
week-end in Wardner with her mother, Airs. Theo. Thompson.
Air. and Mrs. Jaek Rogers celebrated tlieir nineteenlh wedding anniversary on  Friday last.
The ball diamond has been the
centre of attraction for our male
residents during the past week. The
Imys on tin- team have been busy getting in lots of practice and are showing up in real good form. Thc lineup on the team is practically the same
as last year, and the team hopes to
put up a good game at the first league game this season, which is arranged to take place on Sunday next at
Lumberton, between tho Lumberton
and Wardner teams.
P A 0 G     THREE
,\ change of the hours of the Sunday school went into effect on Sun-
ay last and will continue throughout
the summer. From now on, the Sunday school hour will be in the morning from 11' to 12, instead of during the afternoon as formerly.
At a meeting of the C.G.l.T. girls
on Tuesday evening, the usual program was varied a little, when Rev.
E. W. MacKay, of Cranbrook, addressed the girls on various matters
having to do with their club. Mr.
MacKay gave a very interesting talk
winning enough to last for the next &1BWW
year. The ice cream booth also did '
a FUShlng business, and added greatly to the net proceeds. The supper
served at midnight by members of the
ball team, surpassed the reputation
for good suppers held by our town.
The ladies who contributed the cakes.
to., are certainly good cooks, and
t's no wonder that nearly all our
Wardner husbands are "well larded."
The music, suplicd by tbe Syncopated Strollers, of Cranbrook, was all
that could be desired, and the dancers
■e still calling for more at 3.30
., when lhe evening was brought
a close. Incidentally the dance
was one of the most orderly affairs
ever given here, and it is expected
that plans wil be made for another
On the same scale in the near future,
' 1
bed  "Kootenai"  Ilrown.
j Old Timers, Reminiscences
■.]
fi
This
Stirring Days in East Kootenay Forty Years Ago
Recalled
iti
ilull lui;! ;.'
"Kootenay
11     : j
Ilrown" Was at Wild Horse
Before Migrating  To  Waterton   Lakes
the
Mr. Ton
in Cranbro
urday last
Thompson was
k betwuon trains
In 18(15 a placer miner Trom Wild
Horse Creek in Hritish Columbia
saddled his horse, ond, packing three
other horses, made his way through
South Kootenai pass of tiie Rock-
to the plains .if Western Canada.
He was going to "diggings-  o„  Uie
Saskatchewan. ^„ ho thought, but as
| he bad no one io direct him and did
visitor j not know the way, he found himself
Sat-
To Londonderry and Glasgow—
Assyria, May *); Columbia, May  HI.
Cameronia May 23; Tuscania May 30
To Plymouth, Cherbourg, London—-
Albania, June 13; July 18.
To Plymouth, Cherbourg, Hamburg
Andania, May 23; June 27; Aug. 1.
Money orders and drafts at lowest
rates. Full information from Agents, or Compnnv's Offices, <»22 lias-
tings St. W„ Vancouver, B.C.
Tlu
m MONTREAL-QUEBEC
To Liverpool
i Jun 12 Jul 10 .  .      Alont
fAliiy 22 fJun 10 fJul 17 Monlroynl
Mnv'2!' Jun 2d Jul 18 .... Montcalm
Jun 5; Jul 3; Jul 31 Montclare
To Cbcr'b'fi  S'hamplon  Antwerp
May 20 June !7 July 16 -      Melita
Jun 3; Jul 1; Jul 20 Aiinnedosn
To Brlfast, C.landnw
May 21: Jun IS; Jul 11       Metagama
Mav 2S; Jun 27; Aug tl       Montreal
June 4; July 2 Marlm-h
•July 2 Marburn
•Glasgow Only
To Cher'hs;,  S'tliamptnn,   Hamliurt;
♦May   13; .lun   10 Empr. of Scotland
May 20 (N. York to Ch'bg, S'th'pton)   8!aM
Empress of Prance  ""
May -".tl; .    .   Marburn
tJu'n 30 (Not H'burg) Km. of Prance
+ Trom Quebec
Apply   Local   ARcnti  or
R. W. GREENE
G.I.T. invited their mothers to the
meeting for the occasion.
The boys of the Trail Rangers and
the Tuxis square held their annual
meeting in the church on Thursday
evening. Mr, Whiteley and M. Coe
have taken the boys in charge during thc absence of the minister, and
are keeping them in fine trim.
C. M. Pennock was n husiness visitor to Cranbrook on Wednesday, motoring to that point.
Mrs. Ben Daye was taken to the
hospital at Cranbrook on Saturdoy,
critically ill with nn attack of flu.,
verging on pneumonia,
George Renick took out a jitney
license this week, and is now ready to
do husiness at any time.
lance given in the club hall on
Friday evening for the benefit of the
baseball team, was a splendid success
both  financially and  from the point
of a good lime.    One of the largest
crowds ever seen at a dance in Wardner was in nttendnr.ee and one and
all spoke enthusiastically of the nttair
antl  requests  for a second dance in
the near  future were heard on nil
In   addition   to   the   dancing
almost as much fun as at
ne county fair, every Con-
■ought in more money for
A roulette wheel was in
tlie whole evening, the pri-
boxes of chocolates, rang"
ing  all  the wa\   from   1  to !> pounds.
Rare Indaad was the young lady who
lid nol carry home one or more boxes at the conclusion of the evening.
many,   OS   otic   person   aptly   put   it,
there was
un obi ti
cession b
the team
operation
[Ol  being
Our Saturday Specials
Are From Choice Local
FRESH KILLED STEERS
GRAIN FED PORK
CHOICE SPRING LAMB
DAIRY FED VEAL
Our Shamrock Hams and Bacon
ARE  THI-   VERY   BEST
GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER
Till- CI.I/V1AX IN QUALITY
P. BURNS & Co Ltd.
Phone 10
Cranbrook, B.C.
Mrs. Tom Coffey and children returned to their home in Vahk last
week, after a visit of several weeks
ia Wardner at the home of Mrs. Coffey's mother, Mrs. Renstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Daye motored
to Jaffray on Saturday evening and
spent the evening with friends, also
taking in the dance given there on
thut date.
Mr. Melntyre, of Waldo, spent
Sunday in Wardner, visiting his
daughters, Mrs. Tony Thompson and
Mrs. Wm. Holton, motoring back to
Waldo with J. Martinos in the evening.
J. Martinos mnde a trip to Mayook
and one to Waldo on Sunday last on
business.
Instead of taking up a basehall
subscription list for the benefit of the
club this year, Paul Storey, manager,
has arranged for the sale of season
tickets, these to cover all games played on the home grounds. The price
of the seusnn ticket is two dollars,
and these are now being sold in
Wardner and Bull River, by Paul
Storey, H. W. Birch, Frank Thompson and Fred Wynne.
Mrs. Theo Thompson nnd sons, motored to Bull River on Wednesday,
to spend the evening with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mindlin, of
Calgary, spent the week-end in Wardner on business, Mr. Mindlin taking
orders for suits, etc., for the Crown
Tailoring Co., and Airs. Mindlin conducting a sale of ladies' model hats
in the company store, much to the
satisfaction of the feminine part of
the population.
A meeting of the Employees Club
and Library was held in the club
hall on Wednesday vening, this being
the nnnual meeting for the election
of officers, etc. Many business matters relating to club nffnirs were discussed and passed upon, among them
being a new rule to be put into force
immediately, that the bath house be
open every evening till ten o'clock,
with nn hour later on Saturday, in
place of the former twice a week rule.
All the old officers were re-elected
for the coming year; Prank Thompson, president; Vic Lundbum. sec-
treas., and the executive committee
being Herb. Heddon, I,. Flesberg, J.
Fletcher, ami C. AIcKenzie.
The Anderson boys motored to
Cranbrook on Saturday, taking in the
wrestling match between Bozinis
ami Arthur. Harry, Sam and Rollie
Thompson, and Air. Thompson Sr., in
company with several other Wardner men were also in attendance at
the match, and the common opinion
of all was that it was a great contest,
heing a better match all round thnn
the Rozinis-Moe match of a few
weeks earlier.
On Friday last invitations were issued to the mothers of the school children to be present timing the afternoon at a small entertainment given
by tbe teachers. The parent-teacher
scheme is fast becoming recognized
in Wardner for the first time, and is
proving beneficial to all.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wynn motored
ed to Cranbrook on Saturday last,
making a shopping trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Daye motored
to Crnnbrook on husiness on Saturday ufternoon.
at   Seven   Persons' Of
ieine Hat, Alberta).
journey along the riv.
Duck   Lake  where  he
'k (now Mad-
lonttnuing his
r, be came to
found     aboul
fifty families «.f half-breeds bunting
buffalo. Staying with them for one
winter he continued on his way east,
and in  18(H1 arrived in Fort  Gnrry.
This miner was John George Brown
and his trip constituted the first journey across the plains of Western
Canada hy pack horse.
Brown sat for a tin-type photo at
Fort Garry.    Regarding it bo says:
"It was the first photo ever taken
at the fort. The man with the camera was a Swede named Olsen, from
St. Paul. He had walked from one
army post to another in Dakota Territory   and   finally   landed   in   Fort
Scotch   Humorist   Coming   With
Cranbrook   Chautauqua,
May 28 - June 3
Victoria, British Columbia.—B. C.
will continue this year to advertise
its resources of mines, fisheries, und
lands at Wembley, according to an
announcement made hy Premier Oliv
er. This year's exhibit will cost
$18,000 or  $111,00(1 it  is  estimated.
Howard   Ru*i
Thc Scottish R
I.antler''  Laud
Clmutauqu.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD RIDING CHANGES
POLITICAL ALLEGIANCE
HAY
Timothy and Upland
Ready far Immediate
Shipment
We Specialize in ail kinds of
Farm Traduce
TIMOTHY SEED
3-1 Purity and No. 3
Prices on Application
Wire, Phono or Write to
PINCHER CREEK
CO-OPERATIVE    ASSOC.
Pincher   Creek,  Alta.
PHONE 27 tf
The result of the Grand Forks by-
election on Saturday last was watched with a (rood deal of interest here,
and a good many calls were received
at the Herald office for the results,
which were obtained as soon as possible by the courtesy of the C.P.R.
night staff. The by-election was won
by the Liberals with a majority of
sixty, which is a change from its
previous showing, when it went Conservative in a three-cornered fi^ht.
This time there were only two candidates up, Dr. Kingston, Conservative
candidate, being a well known physician of Grand Forks, and he was
opposed by D. MacPherson, formerly
a C.P.R. operator in the boundary
district, ami at present running a
garage in Greenwood.
As was expected, Dr. Kingston carried his home town by a comfortable
majority, where thc biggest vote was,
but Greenwrmd went strong for its
townsman, and the outlying places
helped to make up the majority to
sixty, which after all is not a large
majority in a vote of nearly seventeen hundred.
Looming large in the electimi issues was the matter of irrigation assistance, which the government promised forthwith, ami more extensive
roadwork. No duubt the brave showing the government is making sn far
as the Dukhebor school question Is
concerned ha.- had its effect, howlie-
it so far it is futile as fnr as reconciling the recalcitrants to the British
Columbia schools is concerned.
The figures in thg vote were as
follows:
Dr. C. M.
D. MePherson   Kingston
Lib.
Com
j-,
n
Fife 	
..    .,l(l
II!
.r)ii
38
Christian Valley ..
K
1
Grand Forks 	
... 868
•182
Eholt 	
...    18
1;
... 154
si;
Boundary Falls ....
...   28
in
...    -18
ill
...    25
20
.     81
.    2(1
7
Totals 	
Sll.l
804
MePhermm majority. (IU
Gnrry."
After «
Brown "ere
Sam's dome
"i* B0 as a
ort
toy in Fait Garry,
1 tho line" into t'nclc !
mil worked for a via. i
ut and despatch ridel*, i
To get from Wild Horse Creek to
■T Browni who came shortly after.
1 '* *    im in th.- mountains,
><>*■-.■  and  born   was  buill  and the
t hoi   stcader in the s< uthern <lis-
•'.    Western Canada plains
rni   hing ..ml faiining,
lol n     .* homesteads in tbe West
 teresting history attached
them as iln- s. w. i, „! 31-1-29.
«™     laken   up   before   anyone
Ught   -if surveys,  ami   all   tli,.  i,„.
" ".■ re made long before it
i   filed   on.    On   il   a
Park
I !l 11',
III-    .III
ami   In.
bndv
the  summer of
I -      i*    nie   lhat
f Ins flrsl wife, a half brood wo
n his first homestead, hy thi
f Lower Watortou Lake.
--iii.-in,
"YOU & 1" IS PLAY
THIS YEAR BY U.B.C.
CO'Y; HERE MAY 23rd
trade
olumhi
prairi
ipoctoi
tel-loa Lake;
of Alberta,
grandeur of
abundance
plains   adj.-u
tho traveller
of the West, took the
found Ihe shores of Wain ihe Bouthwest corner
The more than ordinary
the scenery and tho rich
if prairie grass on tin-
en! I.i the water mado
wish fin- a home on the
store   was hh,v
111  Ihe Indians of
and  ihe  Flathead
a  was  carried on
■I
I   I,.,.
Koot
"-Hack" the
twenty years
built   on   this
Pi
The
homes
ld  in an  oil
if money, a
made to
end   was
company
shores of the Lake.
Returning from the United States,
where la- bad taken a wife, John
Georgo Brown "squatted" on what
the surveyors afterwards marked as
Section 31, in Township I, and ranee
I'd, west of the   Ith meridian.
lie was John Oeorge Brown, hot
having come from the Kootenai country in B. ('., he was afterwards dub-
ago,   bulldini
homestead ...
drill  i.s oil
afterwards s.
for a aeai sum
luck, a hunch of oil stock. The
quarter It now *, pari of Waterton
Lakes National Park, and one of the
Interesting attractions for visitors.
Th- "M house ha- fallen into the
Waterton river „n the shores
which it was built, ami "Kootenai"
Brown has heen (lame and Fish Guar-
dlan,
Supo
a  Warden
intendent
nl afterwards the
Waterton   Lakes
"I  I,"  the  spring  play  of
the University of B.C . will be pre-
the Auditoriun  Thentro on
.    This is the   10th annual
formance of the Players Club and
[this year Ihey  are  playing  in  more
j places than ever before.    "Von ami
|l" won the $5 .*   it   Harvard
University ami is  isidei   I Ihe best
I piece of play * i : evei * ntered
iiiito competition, a competition ex-
tending over ten yi an . It i s produced in New Y rl ; - : ati for -ix
months  ai   tho   Belmont   Theatre.
The Player? rial, ar, :■■ congratulated on being able !*- procure the
western rights reat i nmedy,
ami the people •■:' Cranbrook will
appreciate ilns play. Playi 8 to ea-
a Vol k city witli
leading player.
The play is st iged .under the direction of F. (i. ('. Wood, assistant
Profess..,. „f English.
nf pacitity houses in N\
II. B. Wnrnei a- th
SUMMER
EXCURSIONS
FOR VACATION TRAVEL
PACIFIC COAST EASTERN CANADA
30
ON SALE
MAY 22  to  SEPT.
CRANBROOK to —
Vancouver   $39.15
Victoria     ..   $40.60
Seattle       $40.60
ON SALE
MAY  22  to  SEPT.  30
CRANBROOK  to —
Ottawa $121.00
Toronto $108.75
Montreal $127.75
^PROPORfiONATE FARES TO OTHER POINTS —
of Three Trains Daily,  Including	
 THE TRANS-CANADA LIMITED	
FAST DE LUXE ALL SLEEPING CAR TRAIN (Fir.t Train May 17 |
FULL INFORMATION  AND LITERATURE FROM  ANY AGENT
OF THE CANADIAN  PACIFIC
UNITED STATES
ON SALE
MAY   22  lo  SEPT.  31
CRANBROOK  lo —
Minneapolis
PSl. sul
Chicago
New   York  .
LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT
WRESTLING MATCH
(CHAMPIONSHIP   OF CANADA
NELS MOE
NICK BOZINIS
Of Yorkton, Snsk.,     \ersus
Of Cranbrook
NELS MOE
Police    Gazette    Rules
To Govern
MOE   STAKES   HIS
REPUTATION   ON
DEFEATING BOZINIS
Is Confident He Can
Reverse   Decision   in
This Return Match
Doors Open 8.30 p.m.
First   Preliminary   at
9.00 p.m. Sharp
THREE FAST BOXING
PRELIMINARIES
AUDITORIUM,   CRANBROOK
Saturday,  May   2nd
NICK   BOZINIS
General Admission $1 Ringside Seats $1.50
PLUS WAR TAX
GEO. ANTON, Promoter GEO. SUTHERLAND, Referee.
m
www
WMM PAQE FOUR
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Thursday, April 30th, 1925
tbe Cranbrook* herald
PUBLISHED EVERY
f A. WILLIAMS
THURSDAY
R. POTTER. B. Sc.
; -.will;
iultra
8ab«cr)ptl<m lTlce  *23MI l'er Year
To United StateB  $8.50 l'er Year
Advertising Rates on Application, Chaugea ot Copy
tor Advertising should be handed lu not later tbau Wednesday noon to secure attentloa.
THURSDAY, APR1
.(llll
1925
GRAND I ORK
I'I'kN'S OVEI
S1
the
r of i
01i\
i '.i.ii
im- ii
Ir
ll
111
lhe dec
siblc mi
Id* 11...i
the roads would rei
irrigation districl i
immediate relii I I
dollar grant.       B
Forks show how il
the vote liy pr
regard onl) I" popnla
llu- merit- ot ll
nry, and the welfare of llu
Nelson it was the Yinir ro
ai Grand Forks ii was lh
roads.   In North Okanagai
pens when local issues of t
lhe cici-iii.ii is fought on t
ment.    The historic by-elc
also an instance "I what hi
can get a thorough c!ose-n|
the franchise to the Dtikhobors,
cniiucnl wcui the limit in win-
.** eliTlinn, and lhc electors fell
!\ open ami tinabashetl manner,
.nstilnetic}' were t"M by rcspon-
c crown lhal il would he belter
trict ii tlie) voted liberal: thai
ive iii..re attention, and lhal the
difficulties Iherc would receive
- exleiil ..I' a  five llu.usand
clients .'il  Nelson aud (.rami
vcriuneiit in power can sway
nti-.es m.'iili* I., thc electorate, wiih
I i*---iie-. bul disregarding
(jiicsti.iii witli relation to lhc treas-
iu ireneral.   Al
• prn\ nice in gene
a.l an<l iln- normal scliool;
■ irrigation grant and the
i it was shown what hap-
lii*. kind arc kepi out, and
ll.,* record of the govern-
Icclion in Cranlirook was
lanneus when lhe electors
SPREADING D1SSENTION
.*,* pi
win
nl, l.ul
CANADA musl be a qu
visitors,   otherwise
would not feel impelled to gh
as the undermentioned extract
"Our position is g
The French In Canada
rapidly than the Knglll
of the province of Quel
out of other provinces
The "us" ami "oi
the Hritish nation, -i
lo a British audience
eminent churchman who wa-
last year, aud whose uiiera
reputation for looki
for seeing llu- cloud and
Such words arc lo bc depre
,1 I Ii.ni tin
relcl-re.
.* io sonic European
Ihey   return, they
i,ul siieli utterances
of the hest
much niort
ezlng us nut
, Bqucczo us
I., arc p
■ds  were
esumably
■il
.Ires
Tin
111
ted
- are Ihosc of au
itor I., lhc country
lave gained him a
rk side of tilings,
the silver lining,
as lending lo keep
Mowed tl
remains
f the pel
■in icracy
lhc close of the
would seem to give -
formerly considered
likely rise in the pre
cry, tor there v
them the suspici-
ishes dreams of
ic "iron man's" red-hot imperialism
in be seen, bin il seems that the
ididttm has gone from thc extreme
into which the country plunged at
war. lo a more stable policy tliat
ve some consideration to standards
i conservative. There will
i Europe an anti-militaristic
II always be those who harbor iu
a lhat the former Kaiser still cher-
restored diminion.
■ INOE
\J    nm
pm
perly constituted authority, tlu1 Dominion government investigated tin1 fruit and
vegetable situation on tlie prairies, found it centered
apparently  in  one
methods used
termed unfair hy
heing totally fur
timatc consumer
tlu- files of lho i
invoices and files.
who shall nndertakt
had been exposed.
tilth  requests the provmc
i*
immense concern, and exposed
in it.s husiness operations that were
iy the investigator, and denounced as
ireign lu thr best interests uf the ul-
evidence was secured from
's correspondence, from its
Then the question arises as to
The
ompan;
ihf prosecution, if \vrongdoin§
The Dominion government po
ial governments to tak<
matter np, hut the latter just as politely refusi
take the onus, ami pa>s (he buck back.   Ami the
mces an- ii will all come to nothing.
w
ESTERN Canada cannot be quite as bad as it
- sometimes said to be, from a husiness
standpoint. At least it seems to be good enough for
tlie mail order houses to establish new branches. On
lop of other announcements, comes the word that
the T. Eaton Company are now coming further
west, and will establish branches iu both Calgary and
Edmonton, The intention is at first only tn handle
groceries, hul if conditions warrant il, the branches
will be extended to embrace a fuller line of general
merchandise, Merchants in the smaller towns, however, need nut think the country is going to the dogs
or the mail order houses—they sometimes think it
is the same thing — but should combat thc new
conditions as they arise,.and meet competition with
closer prices aud better service. They must advertise as the mail order houses do. not necessarily exclusively in the newspapers, but in any intelligent
way that presents itself, to reach the people, and
keep reaching them. Advertising is not meant
merely to invite peoplcto shop, it ought tu lie effective enough to compel them tu do so, iu their own
interests.
ORDERS OF THE THREE
LINKS ATTEND SERVICE
AT KNOX CHURCH
alive the racial distinctions which time and the com
mon sense oi the t auadin
lo extinguish. So far as il
one province oi I ai.a.la i*.
and any attempt to class
differently constituted, ol
others, is ill-advised, and
of the country. And, und
ance docs immeasurably i
afterwards setting onl a
of things. The worthy
mistaken a difference in
igainst tl
•innately,
relii
ndeavoring
1 structure goes,
•nt from another
categorically as
■ less loyal than
best interests
ue such niter
11.an  a  dozen
onioned view
I. iu*. I" have
i*w s, which is
irom OurExchan^s
anyon
rt
•hi, for le
all\
is an ul-
orrect inference.
NOTE \ND COMMENT
led Sla
ery Iho
IT llll
.lalio
As
l.ber  i
lhc   In
Mr
IN the I
Ihing,
rase of ai
found guil
raerce Acl
eighty-six  couul
being sentenced lo liv>
nine hundred and thirl
It seems a pity lhal some of thc u
not live to serve cannot be handed
the law violators who seem lo be inunurn
habit uf doing
instance in the
San Francisco,
tte
and   fuiinil  guilty
the
CiHU-
lumdred ami
hi them all.
ur a total of
penitentiary
this man will
i.f
from pen-
THE LEGISLATORS AND THE MINERS
They've got the mine workers down in the Ci'uw'h
Nest Pass, and are proceeding to put the bunts to them.
Misled by professional agitators und starved by long
months of striking last year, these men now face almost
continuous mine shutdowns, and the gaunt spectre of
.siarvalion menaces many n home. ^B^^
Aline owners claim they cannot operate without
further cuts in wages and seem determined to make the
miners "come to terms" with u vengeance.
Driven almost to desperation, it is probable tbat the
miners will consent to almost any wage in order to get
back to work and earn money for food and clothing for
tlieir families,
While the legislature quibbles nbout reducing the
$2,0UU indemnities, these miners muy literally he forced
to return to work at wages lliut will not maintain a family with lbe bare necessities of life.
And coal mining is hard, dangerous uml unhealthy
work, especially as compared with the onerous (?) duties of the members of the legislative assembly.—Bus-
sono Mail.
r ti
ally, though ihei
less open.
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BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
Sunday Last Marked 106th
Anniversary of Founding
Of Oddfellowship
Sunday evening last the lQOth Anniversary of the founding of the Independent Order of Oddfellows was
celebrated by the local lodge of that
order attending the Presbyterian
liurcli, accompanied by their sister
lodge the Koheknhs.
The service was conducted by Rev.
Munroe, who delivered an appro pri-
ito and profitable address to the
tatting lodge men, Tito speaker was
lso addressing the congregation for
the lust lime ns their temporary ptts-
iffortory Mrs K.
red u solo  vory
Friday, May 1
REMOVE FAR FROM ME vanity
and lies: give me neither poverty nor
riches: feed me with food convenient
for me.—Proverbs 30:8,
a + • *
Saturday, May 2
HUT THOU, WHEN THOU PRAY-
RST, enter into thy closet, nnd when
I lum hast shut Iliy door, pray to thy
Father which is in -secret; and thy
Pother which aeeth in secret shall
reward thee openly. For your Fail
er k ll owe til what things ye have nee
of, before yo ask him. -Matt. OlQ, H
Monday, May 4
HE THAT IS SLOW TO ANGER
IS BETTER THAN THE MIGHTY;
AND HE THAT RULETU HIS OWN
SPIRIT THAN HE THAT TAKKTII
A CITY.—Proverbs 10:82,
* * * *
Tueiday, May 5
THUS SAITH THE LORD. Call unto me, and I will answer Hipp, and
shew thee great and mighty things
which thou knowest nol Behold,
1 will bring it health and
will cine them, ami will
them the abundance of
truth.—Jeremiah   \,'A:2,   ',
I, ami 1
nl unto
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CHILDREN SEE
FIRE PREVENTION
PICTURE AT STAR
Graphic   Representation
Menace Of Fire To
Timber
Of
FIELD Marshal Von 11m
Strong man iu thc war ill
by the grace of the popular vi
coming president of Germany,
nhnrg
, has
Germany a
uiue back,"
country, be
r the years
HARD ON FRED STARKEY 1
The question thut Hon. Mr. Sloan will have to ask
himself und answer himself right now is whether lie will
play politics with his position or whether he will throw
himself behind the movement to develop tlie mineral Industry of this province.
Hon. Mr. Sloan has passed up chances before this.
He passed up u chance to advertise B.C. minerals
when he chose to send Fred Starkey, John Oliver's election munager ut Nelson, to Wembly last yeur, in payment
of u political debt, insteud of sending a real, active, live
wire who would huve brought Hritish mining money
over here in bucketfuls. He expected u few mining fossils, a few petrified fish, und a mnn who never saw a
mine in his life to sell H.C'. minerals to the British.—Van-
couver Sun.
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Extract!  from the  laaue of
The Cranbrook Herald of this
Date Twenty Yeara Ago.
The Cranbrook Fire Brigade, under
J. P. Fink as fire chief, has been
increased in strength. In addition
to the four officers, there are now
nineteen members on the list.
A hotel hus been opened at Bayard,
the nume of the post office nt the
new Staples Lumber mill.
Arrangements nre now completed
for the alterations being made at
the C. P. R. station here, by which
another storey is to be added for the
divisional offices.
0. Beattie, brother of R. TC. Beattie,
left Ihis week for Revelstoke, where
be is going into the drug business
on his own account.
Senator and Mrs. King have returned to their home in Ottawa, after
a visit with their sons here.
The wedding took place in Fernie
last week of T. N. Purrott of this
city and Miss Minnie Tegart, of Pincher ('reek. Tliey will reside in
this city.
The British Columbia Forestry Department got in strong with the ehll-
ren of Cranbrook on Tuesday afternoon last when they acted as their
hosts at tbe Star Theatre. All the
pupils of the Cranbrook schools were
in attendance, the theatre being filled and then some, with "Oil of'the
coming premier:-, and premieresses of
Canada. The day will remain a red
letter day, for what could be more
to the liking of tbe average child
thnn tn j>;i*t a holiday from school
and to !>(• tuken to a picture show?
The Forestry department are to be
commended on their adoption of this
method of impressing mi the minds
of the children the necessity for
guarding against fire in the forests
of tbe country.
Tbe picture show was "Red Enemy," being one which the Forestry
department in co-operation with
other protective agencies of tbe
northwest"are exhibiting at different
points. It is extremely interesting,
showing as it does in a very clear
manner all the operations in connection with the lumbering industry,
beginning witli the topping of the
trees before felling, lo the conversion
of the log into alt classes of lumber
ns well us tbe use it is put to in
pnpermnking.
The asset of standing timber as
n means nf preserving a country from
erosion wns also -shown.
Another portion of the picture
portrayed the result nf the throwing
down of a single match or the failure
to properly put out the camp fire
Il showed vividly the destruction of
the forest through the red enemy,
fire, nnd the danger not only to
property but also to life thnt this
entailed. Tin- means employed to
guard against as well as combat fires
ns illustrated by the pictures, were
of interest. Mountain look-outs
giving a view of large areas, airplanes passing over forests, were
some of tbe means shown. The tree
is in constant danger from its enemy
nnd requires censless watching during the summer months to guard
against its destruction,
"A tree will make a million
matches
But one match enn destroy
u  million  trees,"
ens a slogan thrown out whicb all
hould keep in mind.
Roaming the World Awheel
During the
Paterson rend
ceptnbly.
Choosing as hi| subject "Loyalty
lo (iod and Christian Principles" und
taking as bis text, the last part of
the 15th verse of the 2-lth chapter
of Joshua, "As for me and my House,
we will serve the Lord," the speaker
refered to the unpaielleil beauty of
the picture portrayed in the chapter
refered to. , Her© the old patriarch
Joshua, coming to the last pages of
bis life, and realizing thc duty involving upon him, was exhorting his
people to be loyal, the climux coming
when he expressed the vow of his
own immortal choice, "As for me
and my House, we will serve the
Lord." Some had been tempted by
the flesh pots of TCurope, but "Loyalty to God" wns the hallmark of the
obi patrinrch. As other examples of
such loyalty, he referred to the story
of Daniel und the three young men,
and of Christians ot other times who
were willing to suffer and endure,
rather than be disloyal to their God.
The speaker said that the time bad
come when it wns up to us to do-
dare ourselves on the question of
loyalty to God,
Iu Britain, statesman wero fearing
lhal their country was fast becoming
ii soulless, Godless nation. He himself felt that influences were at work
that were undermining the faith of
the British people. There were Sunday schools thnt were communistic
iu principle, thnt hnd little of God
their teaching. H. G. Wells in
his "Outline of History," hnd not
left much of God in the New Testament. It was time for us to take
note before more became believers in the philosophy of the Chicago
itudents who with hearts of brass
could perpetuate the deeds that they
lid. In a state to the south of us
the teaching of natural evolution as
a fact, was displacing the teaching
of God.
Against our own University of
British Columbia he claimed the
charge had been laid that atheism was
being taught. He was glad to know
that the Presbyterian Church was the
greatest of Christian civilizing influences, because she recognized tbe
divine sovereignty of Almighty God.
He was incorporated in her 'il'1' and
was first nnd foremost in her standards. Iu ber adherence to this doctrine, she finds ber assurance of future usefulness.
In addressing the visiting lodge-
men he referred to the fact that the
Bible was full of references to the
three cardinal Christian principles,
whicb held such un important position
in the teaching of their orders. Tbe
story of the friendship of David and
■lohnathan was one never to be forgotten. Reference was made to a
case where a member of their order
had not failed to put into practice
tho teachings of their order, nnd be
was grateful for the existnnce of an
order thut could stoop i|own and
give a needy one a lift by the wayside. The value of the possession
of the other virtues of Love and
Truth was also fully shown. He waa
pleased to testify thnt they not only
bore the external tokens, but were
willing to step forward nnd do their
part to heal the wounds of humanity.
In conclusion he asked them to
renew their vow, so that they could
be said to be hallmarked, "Loyalty
to   God"   and   Friendship,   Love  and
Truth.
Sunday, Mny 3
Wednesday,  May  fl
HE THAT KEEPETH Ills MOUTH
j| KEEPETH   1HS   LIFE,   BUT   HE
THAT OPENETM WIDE HIS LIPS
SHALL   HAVE   DESTRUCTION,
Prov, 13:3.
BE CAREFUL FOR NOTHING; but
in everything by prayer and supplication wilb thanksgiving let your requests 1)0 made known unto God.
And tho peace of God, which passeth
all understand ing, shall keep your
hearts und minds through Christ
Jesus.—l'hilippians -I:<!, 7.
Well educated, well read, a capable speaker aud a student of psychology. Arthur Mmiso of Broming-
ton, England) arrived in Nelson Sunduy, on bis bicycle. He hns peddled
his cycle all the way from Sun Diego,
Cal., and is on bis wny to Crnnbrook.
Mr. Munso, 2H years of uge, is a former member of tho Imperial army
and enlisted for active service on
November 10, 1014, lie was wounded nnd since the war has been wandering about the world with his bicycle. Owing to a broken down rim
he hns been detained in Nelson for
two flays. He was n guest at tho
weekly luncheon of the Oyro club,
and gave a short address following
his introduction by Charles Morris.
The traveller stated that on good
roads be could average between 70
and S(l miles per day of 10 hours.
However, in the mountainous regions
he made but 50 miles per day.
Hatchery Official la Buay Man
Mr. Ryder of the local fish hatchery, is very much occupied just now
with the stupendous work of collecting fish eggs to be batched out for
use in restocking local lakes.    Thous
ands of salmon und trout eggs have
been collected already from the various lakes, including Munroe. Fish
lake, Horseshoe lake, Rock lake, ami
other places, and it is expected three
or four hundred thousand will easily
be collected, in addition to what huve
been received from the government
fish hatchery at Gerrnrd. Mr. Ryder
is being assisted by a number of
local Rod and Gun Club enthusiasts,
and to these men who nre giving so
freely of their time and energy, the
thanks of tho entire community is
due, particularly those who enjoy tlie
fishing, but who usually pay little
attention to the work of conserving
the fish supply, being content to
leave it to the other fellow.
Loat Train,
Two or three years ago a gasoline
passenger car, built to order to run
between Golden und Lake Windermere on tbe Kootenay Central Rail-
way, was mysteriously IohI ond hasn't
since been discovered. And now, Inst
week, "over in England," a whole
train went astray on the Southern
Railway and wandered around tho'
outskirts of London for some hours
before going back to the station it
started from.—Gulden Star. I
Tliuraday,   May  7
JTCSUS SAID UNTO IIER, 1 nm the
resurrection and the life: he lhat believeth in me, though he were dead,
yet shall he live; And whosoever liv-
eth and believeth iu mc -shall never
die.—John  11:2f..
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i. *" *"■      * j here for a couple of months.
Mrs. Karl Coulter and children,
from Drumheller, arrived here on
Saturday ami will lake up resldenco
in Blnrchmont Park on some property which Mr, Coulter has purchased
rroin Mr. 1'. P. Johnson.
Mrs. Kerr nnd her rinujrhtor, Mr.
(Rov.) .lames Kvans, trl'i mi Monduy
for  Calgflry  when-   Mm.   Kvntis  will
visit with hey inothor ror lu  throe
montliB.
Duncan Morrison returned to town
<>n Mondny, Mrs. Morrison remained
in Cnlgnry lo visii for a phorl while
ai lbe homo (,t' Mrs. Morrison Sr.,
who is sorlously ill.
Dan  Morrison, who had  been •
a visit  to his homo at Calgary, i
turned to  Kimherley on   .Monday.
Mrs. John Morrison, who went to
Calgary two or three weeks ago to
visit her mother, has decided to remain longer with her mother, who
requires constant care.
Kimberley merchants have decided
to keep their stores closed all day on
May 25th.
Harry Stone and family left last
night for Kimberley. Thoy have resided in Trail for the past eight years
ami leave a host of friends who wish
them every success in their new
home.—Trail News.
Sirs. A. SI. McDonald is bore from
Vancouver, nn a visit to her daughter, Mrs. (Dr.) Rice. Mrs. McDonald
is charmed with the location of this
(own and the beautiful view which il
commands. She   has   many   nice
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Barristers, Solicitors, &c.
The Kimberley Electric Co. has
(been awarded contracts for the electrical work in the new Sanderson
building ami Ihe McKinnon restau-
j rant. They will also do the wiring
jin tho Glen Cnfe after the alterations now being made there are completed,
j A number of Klmborloy residents
• motored over to Moyie to tbe dance
on Snlnrdny evening last. Those who
wonl from horo included Mr. nnd Sirs,
dough and Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Douglas, K. Dickenson, ('. (I. Dahlgren,
IProd Willis, (i. E. Sessions and Mike
Bon nor. The music was supplied by
a Kimberley orchestra.
■j (J. E. Alexander, representing the
jTutL Clothing Co., of Toronto, was at
Grady's tailor shop on Monday, displaying a splendid lino of siunples
'nnd.measuring   a   number   of   Mr.
',Grndy's customers for suits.
C, D. Sleeves, representing the Dominion Rubber Co., was up from
Lethbridge on Tuesday.
Mrs. D. G. Brown arrived hore
[from Trail on Saturday and left on
Monday for points in Alberta to visit with friends. On here return here
she and Mr. Brown will take up residence at the Concentrator.
A pleasant socinl evening wns
spent at a birthday party given by
Sirs. G. Sholund on Saturday evening
last. Among those present were
Mesdames Henderson, Hope, Barr,
Cavanagh, R. Novin, J. Nevin, Livingston and Caldwell. The ladies say
that thoir hostess prepared an exceptionally good supper, and provided
many attractive features which made
the evening quite an enjoyable one.
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On Sunday afternoon next, weather permitting, the curtain will go
up on the first three ball games of
the season of the Kast Kootenay baseball league. The mill men from
Wardner trek to Lumberton; tho
Cranbrook club engage the Kimberley squad in battle on the home
grounds of the latter nnd the representatives of the Concentrator will
be entertained here by Steve Clark
and his merry men. The league official arc hoping for a record turnout
of fans for these opening games, and
add the information that during the
Icoming season all games will be star-
led "on time," which is somewhat of
a new departure from the old system, but is likewise a welcome Innovation, it is hoped with the new
-six team line-up which will be in tbe
fight for league honors this year, that
the Beoaon will be a record breaker
throughout, and  that  at  tiie end of
j the summer the curtain will be rung
down upon the league champions,
whoever they may be, with the approval mid to the satisfaction of all
tha baseball fans nnd supporters in
I the district. As to the local baseball
entry, the team has hail several work-
mi latoly and w,. feel safe in as-
RDring all those who entertain an Idea
of joining the crowd here next Sun-
i:i, afternoon, of ;i real, dyed in lbe
i o I, genuine boll gamo fer an open-
• t. The t lew from Chapmnn's are
oui to make a strong bid for the
championship, they claim, and Steve
Clark, ihe local manager, has decided to pal everything his team has
Into the game to put a crimp in their
worthy ambition, so what more can
lv said.
The sawmill, which hns not been
in operation since the bitter part of
February, started  up  for the season
in Mondny list. During the shutdown period considerable repair work
tt I carried OUl nnd better facilities
for the handling of the product will
lie  the  result  of  new  machinery  in
various departments.
Mr. McBurney, of Cranbrook, has
assumed the duties of conductor on
the company's logging train, succeeding Mr. H. Caldwell, who has moved
into Cranbrook, to which point he
was transferred by the Canadian Pacific Railway.
The logging train brought in the
first load of logs on Friday morning
last. The crew report a great improvement in hauling conditions in
comparison to their former trip,
only a week ago, when the engine
had almost to imitate the submarine
in places.
Paul Bourgeois returned to Wycliffe from his home nt Crescent Valley on Thursday last,
Cyprien Gontord, who since the
shutdown of the snwmill two months
ago, has been in Spokane looking after his business interests iu thnt city,
roturned on Sunday last.
"Ingle" Johren, who has been employed at Ynhk for the past month
or so, returned on Monday, and has
ngain resumd work at the store. As
[luring the last season, "Ingie" will
handle the major portion of the hurling for the local ball club over this
ummer's schedule.
Mr. A. Toumigny, special representative of the Home Assurance Co.,
of Calgary, was in Wycliffe on Tuesday of this week, doing business
along the sick and accident policy
line.
Mrs. Choquette and baby son, formerly of Nelson, who have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. O. Bourgeois,
Mrs. Choquetto's parents for several
weeks, left for Spokane on Saturday
Inst, where they will join Mr. Choquette and make their future home.
With the start of the sawmill on
Monday morning, the now summertime working hours went into effect
throughout the entire plant. Formerly work commenced nt eight a.m., and
finished at six p.m., while the new
hours are from seven a.m. to five
p.m.; the new arrangement being the
popular choice for the summertime.
E. J. Fisher, 0. Klanderud, J. Butlor and C. Mower, paid a visit to the
Wardner sawmill plant on Saturday
last.
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Mi. Archie- Horie ami Jnck Horie,
uf tlu- Kootenay River plant, were
a prospecting parly to thc hills on
Sunday last. Early in tin- morning
they were slowly but surely Invading
the dense timber leadine. to tha
mountains uf precious metals in be.
However, they did not disclose their
findings on their return.
BOARD OF TRADE
CONVENT'N WILL BRING
MANY VISITORS HERE
CRANBROOK MAN AWARDED PATENT RIGHT TO
VALUABLE INVENTION
nbi
ok,
which tin
lighted,
ntlonary
irvc  the
Robert Ewen of Cr
the opinion of many the fortunat
owner of patents, both in tin' United
States and Canada, covering a new
device which it is possible to attach
to any motor vehicle, by moans
of which tho headlights of the vehicle mny be turned with the turning
nl' tho wheels. According to motorists, such a device is a distinct improvement to any car, in io far as ii
keeps the road
ubout to trnvel eontinu;
while nt present, with th
lights, as one rounds a
trees to the side nre beautifully illuminated, but the road in front is
in complete darkness. Instances huve
been cited where serious accidents
might have been avoided had the
lights been free to deflect to the
right or left according as lhe car was
turning.
The device is, as the case with nearly every patent, extremely simple.
A representative of the Herald had
tho privilege of seeing the first set
which were made from the patent
drawing hy Mr. Hurlburt al bis shop
on Cranbrook Street, and which was
attached to a Ford car. Mr. Ewen
the inventor was present, and described the device and tlie principle
of its operntion. To make the attachment to a Ford car, the regular
running mechanism is not disturbed
in any way. The lamp
removed from its stand
its place is attached an
piece of quarter inch by ;il
1-2 inch iron.    Out on th
May promises to be a busy n
in the city of Cranbrook, and nu
least important of the events s>
tiled lor lhat lime is the annual
vention of the Associated Boon
Trade for Eastern British Columbia,
which takes place here on May 19,
20 and 21. Delegates from the important points in the eastrn nnd southern interior are expected, and it is
hoped that as guests of the Cranbrook
Board an extremely profitable time
will be spent, The delegates will arrive ou the afternoon and evening
trains nn Tuesday, the 10th, and others are expected to arrive by car that
day, preliminary business, such as
he organization of the convention.
takinfl place thai evening. There will
also be a session the following morning, this giving way in turn to an
excursion to Kimherley, first ti> the
Sullivan mine, afler which lunch will
lie partaken of ns guests of the Consolidated .Mining & Smelting Co,, followed by a further excursion lo the
Concentrator. Following this the
visitor- will be brought hack to Cranbrook, \vhert. n dinner is to be given
for lho visitors, followed by n social
lime and dance in the evening, this
taking place in the K. P. Hull, while
the business sessions ore to be held
in the city hall.
The following morning, business
will be taken up again, to be concluded that day.
Among the prominent pooplo expected to nltend nre J. J. Warren,
president of the Consolidated Company, and Mi-. II. Randolph Bruce, of
lnvermere, as woll as prominent
Hoard of Trade workers from West
Kootenny und elsewhere.
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-  Sole   \gents    -
Moffatt's    Variety    Store
* H  CRANBROOK >       ll.C.
simply
rd  nnd  in
eight  inch
hout   t and
project-
Harry Moulton, erstwhile logger of
tbe East Kootenay, was a business
caller nt Wolf Creek on Sunday and
Monday, from Torrent where he has
been for several months. Mr. Moulton wns sporting a fine saddle horse
as a mount.
A forest fire of some magnitude
was reported to be raging in the
timber belonging to thi1 Crow's Nest
Puss Lumber Co. in lhe vicinity of
Camp 2, Skookumchuck. A vast area
of cut over land furnishes ample fuel
for forest fires at this time, owing
to the prevailing lack of moisture for this season of the year.
Mr. William Floyd engineer at the
Kootenay River plant, on Tuesday
just escaped being knocked out by
a leverage he was using while assisting to replace tbe lumber carriage at
the mill.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Jones, Wolf Creek,
motored to their Crnnbrook home on
Saturday evening last to spend the
Sabbath in the metropolis.
Mr. M. Horie. of the K. R. Lbr.
Co., spent the Week-end at his home
n Cranbrook.
Mr. Billie Leask, logger, of the upper Wolf Creek regions, states that
his father nnd associates will in all
likelihood start the construction of
a mill in the near future, to saw lumber on thi' limbered ureas now held
by them.
Russell Wilkins, of Phoenix, Alta.,
has joined forces with tbe boys at the
Kootenay ttiver plant.
Representatives of lumber buyers
from various sections of the northwest ure making the rounds of Wolf
Creek of lute, presumably with a
view to the future purchnse of some
choice lots of lumber which the Kootenny River Co. is producing nt this
time.
The Wolf Creek Glee Club, which
includes Percy Gotdd, of Crnnbrook,
lmnjoist, and L. Magrath, of Wolf
Creek, harmonica dispenser, are giving recitals occasionally to the entertainment of thc community.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Williams and
children, of Cranbrook, and Miss
Mary MePherson were a motor party
on Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ing lug is placed tbe light, the standard of which is carried down to a
level with the steering knuckle to
which it is connected by ;i half inch
round rod. Thus as the wheel is
turned the light is also made to rotate or deflect in the direction in
which  the wheel   may  be turned.
Mr. Ewen has been rolling the idea
over in his mind for a number of
years, has tried out different ideas
but finally determined on this one,
for which he has taken out patents.
It is understood that another party
is manufacturing on a somewhat
simUiar plan under a patents pending licence, but Mr. Ewen is sure
[that this claim will not he allowed
ns the patent that he has been allowed is vory specific as to its scope,
covering the principle of the turning
of a light on a vertical axis.
The original rets as made by Mr.
Hurlburt, are a credit to him, being
particularly neat, especially for a
forged job. The attachment does
not detract in the least way from
the appearance of thc car. We wish
Mr. Ewen every success in his endeavour to market his new device.
One very important advantage that
wns pointed out and demonstrated in
the evening, was the possibility of
throwing tho glare of the lights out
of the eyes of passing drivers, simply
by turning the wheel a little after
coming to a standstill. This, according to mnny, is a distinct advantage,
as it enables the driver to see the
exact locution of the car which he
is passing without being blinded by
its lights.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited.
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REPINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   HRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers ol Oold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers ol (iold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc
•TADANAC" BRAND
FAMOUS IMPERIAL
RADIO ORCHESTRA
IS TOURING B.C.
Having concluded their engagement at the Plaza Cabaret, Calgary,
tho Imperial Radio Orchestra are
touring the province as far as the
coast nnd then back to Winnipeg
where they have accepted nn engagement at the Winnipeg beach to play
this senson. Manager Shacker of
this orchestra was in Cranbrook thi:
week and made arrangements for thi
appearance of his orchestra in Cran-]
brook, and accepted an engagement
to play under the auspices of the
busebull  club   at   Lumberton.
Dance and music lovers will have
the immediate opportunity to listen
to them at the Star theatre and dance
to their music nt the Auditorium,
Thursday May 7th, or nt the Lumberton dance hall on Friday May Bth,
Commence Work On N«w Road
Messrs. PeWolf & Ham, local contractors, hnvo commenced work on
the road whicb will give a new approach to ICimberley from Cranbrook,
and which cuts through the new subdivision. It eliminates a good deal
of the winding rond up to Kimherley
from Marysville. and gives access to
good deal of newly opened land
wliich may ultimately be of considerable value as an adjunct to the town
nf Kimberley. Messrs.- DoWolf &
Ham are also among the bidders on
a contract, for a further stretch on
tbe Golden-Yoho Park road, on which
the government has invited tenders.
ANNOUNCEMENT
| Having purchased the business recently oper-
| ated under the name of JOE Y1NG, Chop Suey House,
X on Durick Avenue, I hereby give notice that I am not
| responsible for any debts heretofore incurred by the
* former proprietors.
...
CHONG  CHOY
finance the lacrosse club.
There are several good players ma-
king their homes there and a grent
deal  of  Interest   is  already  in  evid- j
ence,
BABY'S ^s
OWN Stf
SOAP   J^ \
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Flow of Tourists Comes
Not any too soon are steps being
taken to fix up the city tourist camp
for the coming season. Now that the
roads are open the long distance tourists are beginning to make their appearance, there being several noticed
in the past week. Most of them nre
prairie people on their way back to
their farms from California where
they hnvo been spending the winter,
and now getting back to look after
spring work on their farms. Camping j
nt night on the roadside may seem
a chilly experience just now, but the
tourists seem well equipped for it,
and most of them report the roads
being found in very fair shape considering it is yet early in the season,
and little or no work has yet been
done. As usual, the stretch of road
south from Kingsgate is coming in
for much criticism on account of its
rough condition.
BOYS' JAZZ CAPS
25c
BOYS' SURE-FIT CAPS
75c and $1:00!
MEN'S SURE-FIT CAPS
$1.50 & $1.75
BOYS' KHAKI SHIRTS
. Sport Collar
$1,20
C. EMSLIE
Armstrong Ave.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
■»•♦»-♦♦♦♦»
En<,t\tJ   .l_V   J.'W    -jXnfcM-
tmm ?/ C-      u
Mildred M. Porter,
R.N.,
Graduate M< Iroa
pita]
I'   ■ -
Open For Appoint
ment
PHONE 221
Rciidence:    227   Fenwic
<   Are.
i ^ave Money
\ FRESH MILK I Oc Quart
l   GODDERIS'   DAIRY
5 Rural   Telephone
DR
.   LARGE
Dentist
C.P.R.
Next
Telegraph   Euiidin?
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Office   Hours
l to 6        Phone 204
Nelion Office Weit'n Grocer! Robbed
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
Official    Thermometer    Reading!    At
Cranbrook
NOTICE
On or about May 1st, tho undersigned will take over the restaurant
business in Kimberley known as the
Glen Cafe. All accounts after that
time will be paid by the undersigned
and nny accounts outstanding before
that time will be settled by the former owner.
Dated at Kimherley, May 1st, 1025
DAN I.KK.
10-11
Max.     Min.
April 22   f>7 2S
April 2!)   68 .'10
April 24   HO 27
April 25   60 :il
April 20   55 86
April 27   55 20
April 28   01 1!)
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Victor!*, British Columbia, li, C.
is the third manufacturing province
in Canada, and tbe total number of
industries located in tbo province now*
number 2,470. Thc number of employees engaged iu manufacturing industries total 28,700. Capital invested in manufactures totals $210,-
71IH.00U, while the value of output
In  11)21 amounted to J1(!;!,:!I2,000.
A hnul of $924 from the vault of
the Western Grocers, Ltd., Nelson
office wns made by some burglar on
Monday night. Of this amount §800
was in victory bonds, the property of
J. Lundie, traveler for the firm,
$300 was in registered bonds and
$200 payable to bearer. Entrance to
thc building was gained through a
rear upper door which wns poshed in.
The thief reached the upper door by
climbing up a box car on the side
track and crossing a leanto building.
Going through tbe warehouse, entrance wns gained to the office. Tbe
vault, which wns not secured by a
combination lock, was opened, and
presumably the door was closed while
the burglar worked inside. Matchel
were burned to make lijjht while the
vault wai looked over. The $121 in
currency wns in » cash box which
was carried away. The burglar made
a hasty exit from the building, as he
left the rear door open when leaving. The police are busy working on
tho case.
KIMBERLEY LACROSSE
ENTHUSIASTS FORM
CLUB TO FOSTER GAME
A meeting was recently held
in Kimberley by the local lacrosse
fans met and organized, electing the
following officers:
Patron   Dr. Hanington
Hon. Pres  W. Lindsay
Hon. VicePres  G. Griffiths
President   T. J. Summers
Vice-Pres  J. J. O'Neill
Soc.-Treas   II. M.  Hilliescn
Manager   "Dick" Burke
A finance committee was appoint-
oil, ns was also n committee to take
up with Cranbrooit the matter of
forming a league.
It was proposed to arrange for
some dances or other entertainments
for thc purptiHc nf raising funds tu
TRY THE
FUJI   TEA   ROOMS
Van Horne Street
Ice    Cream,    Soft    Drinks
Fruits, Confectionery,
+ Tobacco & Cigars
if
;• : Light Lunches Only : >
This Lassie Has Her
Colds "Rubbed Away1
Tlie mother of this attractive little girl,
Mr9.E.E.Emman3,of215SeventhAve.,
N. E.( Portage La Prairie, Man., is one
nf the many Canadian mothers who are
enthusiastic about tiie vaporizing salve,
Vicks VapoRub, fur treating children's
colds. Mrs. Emmanswrites: "My little
Kirl bad croup at nvht pretty badly and
Vicks did lur a lot of good. " I have also
used it with vi ry satisfactory result) for
head and chctt colds."
Vicks is just "rubbed on" for fore
throat, tonsiHtis, bronchitis croup or We Do cleaning and Pressing
deep enest colds. When so applied,
Vicks has a double direct action; u,i*r-
nailv medicated vapon are inhaled while,
at the name time, < tsrnaUy, it is absorbed through and stimulates tlie skin.
YUON   ROI
LADIES' & GENT'S TAILOR
193   ArmtlronK   Avenue
Hext to V. i    Dora
SUITS
— Fit and  Style Guaranteed —
Wf are here to est -        (nets
i1 -;.ai are Right
Prompt Service
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f ALL ROADS WILL LEAD TO MACLEOD
Grand Indian
CELEBRATION
MACLEOD, ALTA.,
I WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JULY 1,2. 3 j
1 Full Dress Mounted War Dance — Rehearsal of j
I      Whoop-Up Battle and Massacre—Indian Exhibits      p
| s
s   lur Further Partlcularj Write The Secretary, Macleod, Alta.  §
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CRYSTAL ICE CREAM
We are now manufacturing at Cranbrook,
and can supply any point in the district.
— ORDER IN FIVE GALLON LOTS ONLY -
For Purity and Flavor, "CRYSTAL" Is Unexcelled
— GIVE IT A TRIAL —
CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMITED f  A 0 ti SIX
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Thursday, April 30th, 1923
THE UNITED CHURCH
(In The Methodist Church Building)
REV. I!. C. FREEMAN	
Pastor
SUNDAY, MAY 3
11 a.m. Morning Service Junior Choir
12.15 * - Hulled Sunday School
7.30 p.m. Evening Service
— YOU  WILL  RECEIVE
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I Presbyterian i;
Church
SUNDAY, MAY 3      ■:
Rev. .1. (i. .Limes (if Creston .'
will be the  .Mini-.!--'!- I;
Morning Service 11 a.m.     Ij
The  Sacrament  ol  the  Lord*. £
Supper   will   be dispensed f
Sunday School at 12.15       f.
Evening Service, 7.30        5
(Preparatory   Service,   Friday ■;
Evening, May 1st.) I;
Congregational   Meeting,   Mon- ;j
clay Evening, .May Ith. \.
You Are Cordially Invited    ''.
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THE HERALD SERIAL STORY
CAPTAIN BLOOD
A ROMANCE OF THE SPANISH MAIN
By  RAFAEL  SABATINI
Copyrighted, 1922, by Rafael Sobatlni
"CAPTAIN BLOOD," a Vitagraph picture  with J.  Warren   Kerrigan  in
the title role, it an adaptation of thi* thrilling novel.
PBOFK.SSIO.N.U. CAKDS
Drs.   Green   -Sc   MacKinnon
Phynicians   &   Surgeons
Office at Resilience-, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE     HOURS
Afternoons   2 to 'I
Evenings   7.:io to 8.30
Sundays  2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK,   B.C.
I)R.   I*.   I!.   MILES       j
DENTIST i
OFFICE HOURS I
0 to 12 a.m.
I In n p.m.
Hanson   Blk..   Cranbrook,   B.C.    j
F. M. MacPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone 3SO
Norbury   Ave.,   Next   Cily   Hall
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BARRISTER        \
and •;
SOLICITOR :|
CRANBROOK   -   B.C. \
— PHONE 61 — i
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PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
Fill Lint ot Wall Paper
Ia Stoek.
•Store, Hanson Avenue
Pkoaa Ml at all earn
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C. JOE BROS. |
LADIES' nnd GENTS'
TAILORS .-.
— SUITS HADE TO 0BDEB   - 1
CLBANiNi: a PRDSSINa      1
Gnnbrnnk Nl, Opp. Ilk. ol 0m. I
Montana Restaurant
Aleals nl AM (lours
Cigar*,   ('i«;ir cl ti*   &   Tobacco*
Cranbrook   St.     ■     Plione   201
Opp. Bank of Commerce
NELSON BUSINESS
COLLEGE
— LEARN TO EARN —
Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-
keeping, Penmanship, Spelling,
Rapid Calculation, Commercial
English, Commercial Law, Filing,   General   Office   Procedure.
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
New Term Now Commencing
P.O. Box 14-Phone 603
fi.apttst Cfcurcft
Rev. W. T. TAPSCOTT
813 Norbury Ave. - Phone 202
SUNDAY, MAY 3
I I    .'I.Iti
"Our Qod ward Duties"
12 noon, Sunday School and
llililc Classes
7.30 p.m. —
"The l:nii of a Noble Life"
you  akk  nm WALLY
INVITED.
CRANBROOK
CLEANERS & DYERS
Rvory Garment sent to us to
bo Cleaned or Dyed is given
Our Utmost Core
Our knowledge of the business
is your assurance of satisfaction here.     Phone and we will
cull, or bring u*. your work
We   Clean   &   Dye   Everything
PHONE    157
L. D. Cafe
(Little Davenport)
When you with something good
to eat, go to the L.D.
NEW
Shoe Repair
SHOP
Now Open On
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Next In W. 11. Hill's
—(live Us a Trial—
VUI-N KEE       ■       Prop.
lODttKS AND SOCIETIES
WOMPN'8 INSTITUTE
HmU Ib tht
K.   ol  P.   H.li
attarnooo ol th.
IrM TuMd.r tt
• p.m.
All MIm ere
cordially uulM
President:      Mrs.   GEORGE   SMITH
H<*.-Treaui«ri    Mn.    i'lnUyaoo
I. O. O. F.
KEV CITY LOIM1E No. 42
Meets every
-.Monday night at
' Tlu- Auditorium
Sojourning Oddfellows arc cor-
ilinlly Invited
N. (!.     -      '-     A. E. I.KIOII
Roc, See. K. Q, Dingley, P.O.
B. C. and
HER
PRODUCTS
Pacific Milk enjoys thc patronage of inusi of our citizens wlio use canned milk.
This is one Hritish Columbia
industry which lias no complaint whatever to make of
preference heing given to
brands produced outside our
|iiH\incc. It people used
other I'.C products in the
same proportions there
would In- tm lack of employment here,
PACIFIC   MILK
Hend     Office:     Vancouver
Factories nt
Lnilner   *W   Abbotifiird,   B.   C.
SYNOPSIS.
Poter Blood, a young Irish physl-
„,an, Is arrested and charged with
treason during the battle between
Monmouth's rebels and tho Bohliers
of King JnmeB, He is sentenced t*>
doath by Lord Jeffreys after o trial
which is a more travesty of justice.
King James, however, orders tne con-
ted rebels sent to tho colonics to
lu> gold as slaves, and Blood and Jore-
n.y Pitt ore put into the detachment
isigncd to tho Bnrbadoos. There,
when thoy ora Inspected by would-be
purchasers, Arabella Bishop, niece of
Colonel Bishop, the military commnn-
der, draws her uncle's attention to
Blood, Upon learning that Blood is
ii physician, Bishop buys him for ton
pounds. Later Arabella and IMood
moot, bin Blood's bitterness at'his
ignoble position leads him to misunderstand the character of tho girl.
An English ship brings in wounded
Spanish prisoners and while treating
their wounds Blood learns of Arabella's true charity. A fow days
later a Spanish galleon slips into port
under false colors and opens fire on
the fort.
CHAPTER   VIII—Continued
With the crashing roar of that
second broadside, Colonel Bishop
went off at the double, despite his
bulk and the heat, his negroes trotting after him, .
And then into the stockade, panting and sweating, came Kent followed by the best part of a score
of plantation workers, armed with
muskets and hangars and some of
them equipped with bandoleers. By
this time the rebel-convicts were
coming in. In twos and threes, having abandoned their work upon finding themselves unguarded and upon
scenting the general  dismay.
Kent paused to fling an order to
those   slaves.
"To the woods!" he bade them.
"Take to tho woods, and lie close
there until this is over, and we've
gutted  these  Spanish  swine."
The slaves would have obeyed him
on the instant but for Mr. Blood.
"What need for baste, and in this
bent?" quoth he. He was surprisingly cool, they thought. "Maybe
there'll be no need to take to the
woods at all, aud, anyway, it will be
time enough to do so when thc Spaniards are masters of the town."
The landing was contested by the
militia and by every islander capable
of bearing arms with the fierce
resoluteness of men who know that
no quarter was to be expected in
defeat. . This Spanish Commander
knew his business. Having gained
the advantage of a surprise blow,
his guns turned now upon the open
space behind the mole, where the
incompetent Bishop had marshalled
his men, tore the militia into bloody
rags, and covered the landing parties which were making the shore in
Iheir own bouts.
By sunset two hundred and fifty
Spaniards   were   masters  of   Bridge
t's hoping I am ye're fit to meet
your Maker."
town, the islanders were disarmed,
nml «t Government House, Governor Steed, supported by Colonel Bishop and some lesser officers, was being
informed by Don Diego, of the sum
that would bo required In ransom.
For n hundred thousand pieces of
eight and fifty head of cattle, Dun
Diego would forbear from reducing
the place to ashes. And what time
that sauve and courtly commander
was settling these details with tbe
upoletic British Governor, the Spaniards were smashing and looting,
feasting, drinking, am) ravaging after the hideous manner of their kind.
Mr. Blood, greatly during, ventured down at dusk Into the town.
What he saw was fetching him in
hosto and white-faced out of that
hell again, when in a narrow street
a girl hurtled into him, wild-eyed,
her unbound hair streaming behind
her as she ran. After ber, laughing
antl cursing in a breath, came a
heavy-booted Spaniard. Almost be
was upon her, when suddenly Mr,
Blood got in his way. The doctor
bad taken a sword from a dead man's
side some little time before and armed himself with it against an emergency,
As the Spaniard checked in anger
and surprise, ho Caught In the dusk
the livid gleam of that sword whicb
Mr.   Blood   had   quickly   unsheathed.
"Ah, perro ingles!" be shouted,
and flung forward to his death.
"It's hoping I am ye're In a fit
state to meet your Maker," said Mr.
Blood, and ran him through the
body. He did the thing skilfully;
with the combined skill of swordsman and surgeon. The man sank in
:i bloody heap without so much ns
a groan.
Mr. Blood swung to the girl, who
leaned panting and sobbing against
a wall.    He caught her by the wrist.
They sped down an alley, and
white-faced,    physically    sick,    Mr.
Blood dragged her almost at a run
up the hill towords Colonel Bishop's
house. Ile knocked, but had to knock
again and yet again before he wns
answered.
"Who is there?" The voice was
Miss Bishop's, a little tremulous, but
unmistakcably her own.
"It is !   -Poter Blood," be gasped.
"What  do  you  want?"
At tbe sound of her voice, the girl
Mr. Blood bail rescued peered up
through   the  gloom,
"Arabella!" she called. "It is I,
Mary Traill."
After a brief pause the door gaped
Wide.     Mr,  Blood strode  in   followed
by  bis dlstrnught  companion,  who.
falling UpDn Arabella's slender bosom, surrendered herself to a passion
of tears.
"Whom hove you here with you?
What servants?" he demanded sharply. Tbe only male was .lames, an
old negro groom.
"The verv man," said Blood. "Bid
him get out the horses. Then away
with vou to Speightstown, or even
farther north, where you will be safe.
Here you are in danger—in dreadful
danger. The deviltry's only beginning. In Cod's name, madam, take
my word for it. and do as I bid you."
"He ... saved me," sobbed Miss
Traill.
"Let that wait." snapped Mr. Blood
almost angrily. "Will you please call
James and do as I say—and at once!"
"You are very peremptory ..."
"Yes, yes," tbe girl cried, shuddering. "Do as he snys—Oh, for
pity's sake. Arabella."
The horses came at last—four of
them, for in addition to James who
was to net as her guide. Miss Bishop
had hor woman, who was not to be
left behind.
Mr. Blood lifted the slight weight
of Mary Traill to her horse, then
turned to say good-bye to Miss Bishop, who was already mounted. He
said it, and seemed to have something to add. But whatever it was
it remained unspoken. He went off
briskly in the direction of the stockade, where his fellow-slaves awaited
him in deep anxiety and some hope.
CHAPTER IX
THK RFBKLS-rONVK'T
There were, when the purple gloom
of the tropical night descended upon
the Caribbean, not more than ten
men on guard aboard tbe Cllieo l.la
gas, so confident were the Spaniards
of the complete subjection of the
islanders. As a matter of facl, whilst
the main body of the Spanturtta feast-
ed and rioted ashore, the Spanish
gunner and his crew were feasting
on the gun-dock upon ihe wine and
the fresh meats fetched nut to them
from ashore. Above, two sentinels
only kept vigil, at stem and stern.
Nor were they as vilignnt as thoy
should have beon, or else thoy must
have observed the two wherries that
under cover of the darkness came
gliding from the wharf, with well-
greased rowlocks, to bring up in silence under the great ship'.-- i; tarter.
From the galley aft stili humr the
ladder by which Don Diego had descended to tbe boat that hnd taken
him ashore. Tho sentry on guard in
tho stern, coming presently round
this gallery, was suddenly confronted
by the black shallow of a man standing before him at the head of tlie
ladder.    It  was  Peter  Blood
The wooden taffrail was a low
ne, and the Spaniard was taken
completely by surprise. Save for the
splash lie made as he struck the water, narrowly missing one of the
crowded boats that waited under the
counter, not a sound announced his
misadventure. Armed as be was with
corslet, cuissarts, and headpiece, he
sank to trouble them no more. Within five minutes they bad swarmed
aboard, the entire twenty of them
overflowing from tbo narrow gallery
nnd crouching on the quarter-deck
itself.
(Continued in our next issue).
SHIPMENTS OF ORE
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
Following is n statement of
received at the Trail Smelter fur
period March 22 to 31 inclusive
Name of Mine and Locality       T
LEAD
Albion, Ainsworth, B.C	
Doreen, Doreen, B.C., 	
Emerald, Sulmo, B.C., 	
Kspi'i-anza, Alice Ann, ll.C	
Hewitt, .Silverton,  B.C.,  	
Paradise, Lake Windermere, B.C.,
DUY
Knob Hill, Republic, Wash., 	
Company Mines,   li;
Total
nr.oii
Fur lhe period April  t  to 7, la-
-lusive:
ZINC
Bosun, Silverton, B.C.,   M
Lucky Thought, Silverton, B.C.,   48
Roseberry Surprise, Silverton ■-.. 7!t
Silversmith, Snadon, B.C.,   53
LEAD
Emerald, Salmo, B.C.,   4!i
Peg Leg, Enterprise, B.C  10
Ktruthniore, Greenwood. B.C., .... 25
(W. Thompson und .1. Clark)
Silversmith, Sundon. B.C 88
Spoiled Horse, Greenwood, B.C., 17
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Kimh Hill, Republic, Wnsh  101)
Company Mines 41134
TALENTED JUVENILES COM IN(i TO CRANBROOK WITH
CHAUTAUQUA. MAY 2K lo JUNE 3
INTERESTING PROGRAM
AT PARISH HALL
CONCERT LAST FRIDAY
The Sunday school concert iu connection with Christ Church took phu>
on Friday evening last at the Parish
Hall, and was well attended by members of tbe congregation and their
friends, with a good sprinkling of
children. Tho program was lively
and full of variety, some of the
younger performers being especially
well received in the numbers they
put on. Thc young Wolf Cubs with
coon faces opened tho progrnm with
two choruses, and created plenty of
fun even if they didn't sing as loudly
as they could have. The Old Country Dance, "Gathering Peoscod," by
eight young girls, was a pretty number, and Miss Hazel Bowley's dancing
also captivated the audience with its
grace and rhythm. Instrumental solos
were also on tlie program, and several vocal sidos, which were all very
well recoived. The second part of
the entertainment consisted of a play,
"Our Aunt From California," put on
by six girls, members of the Girl
Guides. This was a farce that was
well done, all the gills doing credit
to their parts. From their laughter,
the audience certainly enjoyed the
program to the utmost, from beginning to end. The complete program
was as follows;
Songs: (a) "Shall I Have It Bobbed
or Shingled?'1    (b)   "We Ain't
Going To  Sing No  More."
Tho Wolf Cub Coons.
Xylophone Solo  Mr. C. Reade
Dance        "Gathering  Peascod"
Obi Fuglish Country Dance
Dorothy Flott, Sheila  Paterson,  Winnifred  McQuaid.
Susan     Randall,     Kathleen
Martin, Barbara Beale, Helen Campbell, Lornn Barber.
Banjo  Duet:    (n)  Tbe Lyric Walk
(b)   Old  Plantation   Melodies
Messrs. A. Graham and F. II. Pvm
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YAHK
NOTES
crease of 18 ovor the entries recorded for the corresponding month last
year. During tho same month 47
soldier grnnt entries were filed, a decrease of 1, compared with January
1924. Of the homesteads, '.IS were
taken up in Manitoba; 117 in Saskatchewan, 73 in Alberta and five in
British Columbia. Of the soldier
grant entries, U were in .Manitoba,
28 in Saskatchewan, il in Alberta and
one in British Columbia. Tbe homesteads  and  soldier grants  combined
IWMA^^W^^WiW
Mrs. Harrison, the woll known
storekeeper of Vahk, has been con-
lined to her bed with an attack of
pleurisy for the past week, but is now
progressing favourably, Dr. Thompson is in attendance.
The wrestling match which took
place at thc mill hall last Thursday,
was a great success, although the local wrestler, Nels Jepson, was unable to obtain the required two falls
to win, it was nol for tbe want of
trying on his part, as his opponent,
Nels Moe of Cranbrook, having lost
the first fall to Jepson in forty-
one minuteSj was taking no chances
(if losing the second fall, with only
nineteen minutes to go, so Nels Moe
continually circled around the edge
of tho mat, which unfortunately for
tho local man had no ropes around,
notwithstanding the above circumstances, the bout was full of action
and both men showed themselves to
be clean and willing exponents of the
art of wrestling.
The preliminary to the main bout,
was a boxing bout of three roumb
duration, between K. Erickson and
K. Olson, both local boys. This bout,
although short, went at a lively gait
both men were and still tire friends,
ilespite th* numerous heavy wallops
exchanged by thorn that evening.
Tlie decision was a"draw.
There were several ladies present
at the above bouts, and it" is almost
needless to say that they, as well as
the men spectators, went away well
satisfied with the evening's entertainment.
On May 1st, nt the mill hall Yahk,
another wrestling match will be belli
between Grille Arthur of Trail and
Nels Jephson of Yahk, the winner
to secure two out of three falls to
win. Arrangements nre being made
to secure  two   Imxing  preliminaries.
THERE'S   JOY
in dining al a Restaurant where
things nro kept immaculate, the
service prompt and the food exceptionally tasty and' wholesome. That's why you'll enjoy
dining hore. Our daily moan
always Includes many delightful dishes.
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Mr. C.   II.
Hul
' nf
Kings
Wednesday
.-1st,
pui
chased
11126 Chevr,
lot.
rate,
The ear business at Kingsgate
apparently booming, as Corp. Crump,
K.C.M.I1., has also purchased a ear
a 1018 Chevrolet Baby Grond. Corp.
Humorous Songi Mr. A. C. Shankland  (rump has already tried this ear out.
Dance
Song
Song
Banjo
.Mr. A.
Duet:
Dixie"
Messrs
Skirt Dance
Miss Hazel  Bowley
  Mrs. P. W. Willis
  "Up From Somerset"
W. MacDonald
(a)   "Somewhere   in
(b)   Georgia   Melody
A. Graham and F. II. Pym
Intermission
"Our Aunt From California"
Mis.s Felicia Ncedey .. Grace McClure
Miss Rosalie Nccclcy .... Nancy Nisbet
Miss Sally Ncedey Nancy Nisbet
Mrs. Muntnburn .... Phyllis Thompson
Miss Wilcoxinglbs   Selina Dixo,*,
Mrs. Ncedey Kathleen McFarlane
Total
64111)
Amherst, Nova Scotia.—It is understood that two parallel coal seams,
one nenrly four feet in thickness,
ami tbe other throe feet, have been
discovered by the Maritime Coal,
Railway and Power Company near
thc Maple Leaf Mine at River Hebort,
It i.s stated that a stope will be sunk
immediately for the working of the
four-foot seam.
Buffalo Cr,,,,,,, Seas—The Can
ailian Government Merchant Marine
boat "Canadian Trapper," on n recent trip from St. John across tlu
Atlantic, had on board three of the
most interesting passengers ever curried on ships of this service. The
passengers came from Wainwright,
Alberta, and consisted of three live,
full grown buffalo, two bulls anil «
row, from Wainwright Buffalo park
One hull was destined to spend the
remainder of his life in the zoological gardens in Edinburgh nnd the
other hull with his mate will com-
plete their earthly existence in the
zoological gardens of Antwerp. Thc
animal for Scotland was a present
from the National Parks Branch at
Ottawa, to replace a buffalo presen-
ted some years ago, but which died
recently. Tbe other two animals are
gifts of the Canadian National Railways to the Antwerp zoo, the present
having been niailc possible through
the courtesy of the Minister of tho
Interior, who provided the animals
from thc herd at Walnwright.
at Mn
Vancouver, B. C.—More than 35,-
000 acres of timber lands, containing
well over two billion feet of logs, a! Wends,
sawmill with a capacity uf more thnn
50,000 feet of lumber a day, three
large tugs und n complete logging
outfit, are involved in u deal which
has heen completed nnd under which
the Campbell River Compnny of
White Roek, hns purchased the total
holdings of the .lames Logging Coin,
puny of Vancouver. The deal is said
to involve a sum of moro than %B,.
000,000.
guarantees it will climb anything
on high gear
The Yahk Auto Supply Garage
have repainted their building, brown
with green trimmings, making a great
improvement to .same.
The three first ladies' driving licences were issued on Thursday last,
no hesitation was shown by tbe local
Indies in giving their ages or weight.
Mrs. Johnson and children, visited
Mrs. Clark nt Kingsgate on Sunday.
Mrs. Clark formally resided in Yahk.
The first game played by the Yahk
baseball team, was played with Creston on .Sunday, the score being sixteen to ten in favor of Yahk. Quite
a number of local ears with Yahk
people,  accompanied  the team,
Mr. nnd  Mrs.  Burch, nnd n  few
attended the dance held in
Saturday evening.
Mr. "Shorty" Newman, and Mr.
Jephson, were visitors to Cranbrook
on Saturday.
Mrs. Crowe nud her daughter June,
wei-,. visitors to Kingsgate on Saturday.
Ottawa, Ontario,—In 102:1 moro
than 838 establishments in Cnnada
were engnged in manufacturing products from metals other than Iron
and stool. These Included 10 plants
producing aluminium product! nnd
one aluminium! 81 plants fabricating brass and copper proiluels; 20
plants iu the white metal trade; 07
plants manufacturing precious motnl
proiluels; 108 plants making electrical goods; and Hi plants mnking
miscellaneous articles from non-ferrous  metals.
Many  Homesteads Taken Up.-—
During the month of Januury 2,13
free grunt homesteads were tuken up
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and  British Columbia, an in-
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For prompt repairs and satisfaction go to Ratcliffe & Stewart's garage. 20tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cunimin-trs roturned nn Saturday from Rochester,
Minn., whero Mrs. CuinniinKs underwent n serious operation nl tho Mayo
institution,—Pernio Vrve Press.
Mr. and Mrs. Prod Woodland <>!'
Golden arc visitors in tho city ul pros-
enl, ai Uu- homo nl' Mr. Woodland's
mothor,  Mrs.  A.  W Hand,    ll.'  li
slill convalescing after nu Illness of
considerable duration, and ii is hoped
a stay horo will he of benefit l<> him.
D. Alexander, representative nf thc
Canada Lifo AsBuronco <'«>., arrived
in the city last week, nnd will bc
covering tlu- district, Including Kim
borloy, along wiih ('. I'. Lano, who
has boon horo fnr some months in
tlm Inlorosts of (lie company,
Tlu
will s
lar
Crow's Nest   Pass  Co
nily commonco tho 01
nddltton to tho M.P
1  Co,
action
& M.
-Mrs. II. B. Hicks and family, wlio
left recently for a visit to thu Old
Country, nro mnking a stay In Montreal beforo sailing, being due to
embark some tlmo this week. They
are being accompanied by Miss M.
,\I. Blankcnbach, formerly of this
city, and now of Victoria, wlio secured a throe mon ths' leave from
hop school, which will enable her to
remain away till tlie opening of lhe
full term iu Soptombor.
Special prices on new Bateries at
Service (Jarage.    Phono ,'14 ltf
The Pernio Mercantile Co., a local
organisation, with which two well
known Pernio clttaons, Thos. l'ren-
tlco and Guy Johnston, ure identified,
will open ils doors in the Haddad
building, opposite tho King Kdward
Hotol, mi or about tbe first day of
.Mny. Tho new firm will handle groceries exclusively, The store building
lias been thoroughly overhauled ami
painted mid refilled with new fix-
lures.—Fernie Free Press.
machine simps. The new building will
be of concrete witli n steel roof, and
will he fib by MO feet. A new addition is also lieing added to tbe shop
at Michel but not so large a one as
that  al  Fernie.—Fernie  Free  Press.
During tlio last few days Golden
has been the mecca of a regular galaxy of contractors spying out thc
land with a view to submitting lenders for the next section of three
miles on the Golden-Yoho motor road.
There bavy been representatives of
firms from Vancouver, Kamloops,
Cranbrook and other points, nine or
ten in all, and we hope whichever
firm secures the contract will make
as rapid progress as possible.—-Golden Star.
Hi
Under the auspices of thc Fernie
lodge of Oddfellows, the play, "Comf
Out of the Kitchen," was vory successfully staged there last week, a
return of some $400 accruing to the
lodge from the performance. An offer was made to the Oddfellows here
to stage the play in this eity during I Queens Theological College, Toronto,
the present week, but owing to the ta discussing the future of the col-
notico being so short, and other lego, stated that it is almost a cer-
things being booked at the Audi-[tiiinty that the college will eventually
torlum this week, it was not deemed
For sales and service Nash aad Star
cars.   See Ratcliffe & Stewart.   33tf
Ed. Covoll of Kingsgate has just
returned from Florida, and is at
present a guest of the Cosmopolitan
Hotel, Since leaving Canada for the
South he has become a benedict, having married Mrs. Sinter of Okee-
lanta, who is the proprietor of the
Okeelantn Hotel, and posesses a large
tract of land there. Although we are
sorry to lose such an old timer as
Mr. Covoll, we also wish him every
j happiness in his new home. He will
he leaving for the South as soon as
arrangements can be made for the
disposal of his property here.
We curl.7 a full line ol Midi Women's and Mlsifts* Shoes.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low price* win every tine.
Rev. Ur. S. W. Dyde, principal of
ALL ROADS WILL LEAD
TO NORTH BAY FIRST
WEEK IN AUGUST
People in this district from Western Ontario, and particularly those
from North Bay, are extremely interested in the "Old Home Week."
being held there early in August, ot
which it is expected that a great
many from North Bay will find their
way back there. The notice concerning lhe event was circulated in the
form of an ancient proclamation,
quaintly worded in archaic phraseology, and with the Old English spelling, whicb, within the limitations of
modern typography is reproduced
below;
Ge
PROCLAMACIOUN
irgo V.,of ye House of Wynd-
\ LAKE :=
JWINDERMERE
| NOTES
advisable to bring the play to town
and risk lbe possibility of a small
attendance.
STRIP TICKETS
Willi and Without Coupons
Tor General
Admission Purposes
For Sale at
THE
CRANBROOK HERALD
OFFICE
VB handed ovor to ihe United Church
>f Canada, and that under the new
Influence he believed there would be
;i considerable increase in the number
i.f students in attendance. The result of the voting on church union
at First Presbyterian Chucrh, Vancouver, which was held during the
pest two weeks, was announced last
Wednesday. Out of a membership
of L'i; I there were 207 ballots cast,
I (3 tdr union and fu against, with
seven spoiled ballots.
For first class automobile repairs
see Ratcliffe & Stewart. 33tf
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At Pincher Creek the board of
trade there are taking steps to improve the tourist camp, and is asking
iho backing of the town council fnr
tbis work. It is proposed to erect
:i shelter joining the present building
in the camp, and on one side of this
new shelter will be placed a large
-ign board, bearing advertising, from
the -al,. of which it is hoped to secure
from merchants, business men, etc.,
i\ nf the revenue, possibly
cover th0 cost of the huihi-
also proposed to make thr
ny i amp, and a caretakei
cured, his remuneration to
ty cent fee from each car
along witli the free use of
idjnining tli campsite. It
oposed to keep a regist
up, ami some photographs
up will be taken and sent
tlsplny in other camps, such
r, Soverayn Lord, by Goddos grace
of ye United Kyngdom nl' Greet Bri*
tayn and Irelond, ami of ye Hritish
Doininyons beyond ye Sees, Kyng,
Defender <>f ye Faith, Emperor of
India.
Tt> ye olden Royes and dries, far
and   nygb,   yoken   and   unynken,   all
ami sundry who once on a tymc did-
est abyde in ye burgh of Nurd Payc,
GREETYNG
Know ye that on ye II., III., IV..
V., VI., VII., and VIII., dayes of ye
inonelh of Auguste in yere yere of
our Lord nineteen hundrede and
twenty-fyve, ye shall assembl your-
selven in ye Citie of Nord Buye for
to celebrat ye Jubilee of Ye Olde
Home Weeke.
Know ye that on ye III. daye of
Auguste being Munday, at ye houre
of six in ye mornyng, with soundyng
of syrens of ye C.P.R. and ve C.N.R.
and ye T. & N.O.R., and all ye littel
whystles of ye town and yL. ringyng
of bols and ye crowyng of smalle
fowles antl with joye of all ye cito-
yens ye hereto burgh of Nord Baye
wyl bycommen a citie, whilk event
wyl be proelaymed at ten of ye mornyng at ye Burgh-Halle in ye presence of all ye burgesses by ye Mayer
Johann sonne of Donegyld.
Know ye that on ye Sunday befor-
en ther wyl be prechyng by ye olden
prestes of ye chirche and niusik by ye
syngers of ye olden tyme, and on ye
weeke dayes merrie men wyl maken
musik on instrumentes of brass and
wyd and strong and swift champions
wyl contend in ye listes in high aven-
ture and ther shal he sportyng in ye
lak of Nipyssinge and racyng on ye
trak of PatryckeMakeuyle, ye Prince
of Sportes, and in ye shadwyes the
ghoosts wyl walke all clndde in ye
robes of nicht and ther wyl be syt-
tyng on ye beech with ye old girle
onder ye moon that telleth no tnyles,
and therto wyl be processiouns, and
chauntyng of chyldren, and richt her-
ty festes and banguettes, and daun-
syng on ye streetes, and joyes to
gledden all ye hertes of yo peple.
Know ye that ye keyes wyl be
youres anil ye freedom of ye Citie
and ye shal be holden richt roya
burgesses of our newe Citie of Nord
Baye.
Therefore, herken yo to this werd
and maken yourselven redy. tary
nought but comen with youre sonnes
and youre doughters. youre wyves
and youre swethertes and alle folkes
of youre kyndred to ye olde Cite
on a dnye of jolitee and' merrie chore
such as hereto ye had nought knowen,
Herein Fayl nought
Done onder oure band and Seal
nnd delivered to our trust ve mes-
sager of ye Kynges poBto tliis xxxi.
daye ol Merch in ye yerc of oure
I.orde. mcnixxv.
JOHN FERGUSON
Preaydent of ye Olde Home Weeke
H. F. CHARLTON,
Clerke of ye Olde Home Weeke.
(Special   to   the   lleruld)
lnvermere. B.C., April 2.rith.—Mr.
Geo.  L.  Rorie,  of Prince  Rupert,  is
here  tn spend  the summer  witli bis
friend,  the   Rev.   F.   B,  Atkinson.
Major Coulson of the forestry department paid hi:: first cfficinl visit
to this part during last week. Mr.
Sanderson of Cranbrook accompanied
him.
An advance party of 2'\ Russian
settlers arrived here on Friday last,
having come over from Manchuria.
There is every llklihood of their eventually settling in  'bis part.
Spring cleaning is well under way
as far as garden work is concerned,
This has proved to be an exceptionally early spring. All heavy showers
of rain so far, have been evidently
local and largely confined tn the valleys nn either side nf lhe main trough,
•  .. good d
. i enough t
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Cranbi
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PHONG 23 FOR A TWIAL ORDER OP
Bread, Cakes or other Pastry
Our Soda Fountain is now At Your Service—Cool
Refreshing Drinks At All Times
A TRIAL ORDER OF GROCERIES
Will  Convince  You  That  We  Can
— SAVE YOU MONEY —
CITY BAKERY
F. BELANGER, Proprietor
PHONE 23
W. FERNIE THREATENED
BY FLOOD FROM ELK
R. CHANGING COURSE
(Fernie Free Press)
Few Fernie people are aware that
the Annex and West Pernio are in
ous danger of being flooded by
the Elk River changing its course
and cutting across through tho lower part of the golf course and forming a new channel close to the original high bank. Tbe river for the past
few years has gradually been working its way along these lines and
unless some action is taken to combat the situation the first real high
water will cause a disaster which
will destroy thousands atid thousands of dollars worth of property
and many lives may be lost,
Two years ago with only comparatively high water, land along Ihis
channel was covered with several
feet of water for nearly h mile almost to the Great Northern tracks.
What would have happened in a real
flood season is not hard to realize,
The old channel of the Elk is being
gradually filled up with gravel and
unless the city takes some action to
reopen it the situation will he a serious one.
This season there is ot least six
or eight feet more snow in the mountains than for many years and sudden hot weather would create a flood
without a question of a doubt. We
suggest that the city council have a
competent engineer make a study of
the river conditions for a mile or so
north of the town and report on tho
matter at once. A month from now
may  be  too  late.
H,
ere an
dTh
ere
During 1824 the Canadian Cooperative Wool Growers' Association
sold 2,fi00,000 pounds of wool, making a total of 25,343,504 pounds
handled since its organization seven
years ago. Wool was first exported
in \Q22.
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* R. G. Newton, Supt. Experimen-
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The potato crop is reduced in yield
hy diseases probably tn a greater extent than any other cultivated crops.
Certification, or the inspection of the
growing crop and the tubers after
harvest and before shipment, by competent officials has done much to
improve the ouality of the seed, and
increase the yields of potatoes. A
system has been followed at the lnvermere Experimental Station which
goes a step further, and which to
date has given marked results. In
1920, individual tuber selection was
adopted. The method used is as follows:- The potatoes are brought out
of storage and placed in trays in a
lighted basement. In three or four
Filings on oil land in South Al- I **<$** according to variety, amount
,    , j_ . :      „„,.    .u    co ,()' light, and tbo temperature of tho
berta  are draw.ng   near   the   E.P. , hoseJu„ltt  the      m,lWlt shaul(J  havp
ranch, owned by the Prince of Wales. I spn,uted, showing sprouts from one
Thc ranch is said to lie on a Benton
outcrop and portions of it may have
been staked out by oil seekers before the spring is far advanced.
Caribou nre coming back to New
Brunswick, says tbe Chief Game
Warden of that province. This is
regarded as a testimony to the protective methods employed by the
guides who are fully aware that the
best means of protecting their livelihoods is to see that hunting of big
game is not carried to excess.
"Relations between France and
England were never more cordial
than they are to-day," said Hon. W.
C. Nichol, Lieut.-Governor of British
Columbia, interviewed on his return
to Canada from a visit to France.
Referring to his own province His
Honor said there waa every indication of British Columbia being
swamped with tourists this year.
Lauchlan McLachlan, of Toronto,
after serving nearly fifty years on
the employ of the Canadian Pacific
Railway has been retired on pension
at his own request. He was presented at leaving with an embossed
address and gold watch and chain,
which were handed to him by B. W.
Scott, superintendent of Toronto Terminals, on behalf of his friends and
associates.
The Prince of Wales, just before
setting out for his tour of South
Africa and South America, took a
lightning trip to the Wembley Ex-
hlbitlon grounds. His Royal Highness was especially delighted with
th* children's section of the Park,
Treasure Island, the main attraction
of which ta a Canadian Pacific model
trala In which the Uddita wiU "tour
quarter to one half inch in length.
Only tubers showing strong, thick,
vigorous sprouts are selected for
planting. All varieties have not tho
same sprouting tendencies or characteristics, but the grower will readily
learn to distinguish tlie .-trong, healthy sprouts and will select accordingly. Hy this method the average
yield of seventeen varieties under
test during the past five years has
more than doubled. The average
yield of the seventeen varieties from
1016 to HMD was a little over 12
tons per acre, while tiie average yield
uf the same varieties fnr the years
11)20 to 1024 was a little over 25
tons per acre. While it is nut quite
technically correct In compare one
five-year period with another, still
the marked results and information
from other experimental work, lead
us strongly to recommend tbat this
practice he followed.
Victoria, British Columbia.—According to returns completed by the
Provincial Minister of Forests and
Lands, the revenue of tho Forest
Branch for the month of March this
yenr amounted to $205,000. For the
month of March, 1021, the total was
$270,000 and for March, 1023, was
$283,000.
Calgary, Alberta.— An English
authoress who finds her literary work
not incompntnblc with ranching is
Miss P. Carlisle, who three years ago
purchased 800 acres of land nenr
Calgary, which she has since operated
successfully. She works hy day ami
writes hy night and is the author of
several hooks. Such is her belief in
Canadian opportunity that it is her
ambition to induce as many well-
educated ami well-to-do English wom-
n as possible to come to Western
Canada, in the belief (hat they can
make us grejtt a success of ranching
as she hue donu.
C*&lufJMb ^ji a..
JM^
nnouncintf
Full five passenger capacity.
Smartly appointed, and finished in
Brewster green. The new' one-piece
wind-shield and ventilators will
appeal to both driver and passenger.
Genuine 4.95" Full Balloon Tires
and 20" Wheels
Ratcliffe <S£ Stewart
Cranbrook, B. C.
TO-MORROW'S   CAR  -  TO-DAY'
Four Points to Consider
Before Buying Any Car
in your own interest, four considerations
should govern you in the selection of your
next car:
Performance in actual tests, riding and driv-
fag-qualitles, economy of operation and maintenance and manufacturing hack-ground.
We are cagerto demonstrate the easy.riding
and driving qualities of the new good Maxwell and the fact that it delivers 58 miles
an hour and accelerates from 5 to 25 miles
in 8 seconds.
For economy we direct vou to thousands
of contented owners who report 30 miles
to thc gallon of gasoline and amazingly low
upkeep costs.
As for soundness of construction, dependability and long life, bear in mind that thc
new good Maxwell is completely built
within its own great plants. In no other
way could you be assured of Maxwell quality at the new good Maxwell price.
Remember, we are eagerly awaiting the
opportunity to prove these Maxwell facts.
We me I'li'ut.'il tn exttnd the Con-vsnt-fltCf
ul liiiir.jiiiyiiii-nts. Ailt about Mmui-H'l
attraclltv (.lun.   Muni-ell dealers und
siiJ.it ii.r MuAurll service evcryti licre.
WILSON SERVICE GARAGE
CRANBROOK      ■ BRITISH COLUMBIA
UeNewrGood PAQE   EIOHT
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Thursday, April 30th, 192.5
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NEW   CHOKERS
Iridescent Pearl Choki
Cream, Blue, Ore;
s td match the summer frock, In
Pink, Etc., from $5.00 up
LOCAL
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GIFT SHOP —
-THE
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NORBURY AVF.Nlin
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GYRO
BARN
DANCE
AUDITORIUM
Friday, May 15
♦*
Alee McCoi
tinier of these
years  heen  lor
of the Crows >
was in the clt;
tion with -softM
recently slake
of Kingsgate.
Experienced   Dressmaking
and Sewing
MISS   DINGLEY
—  PHONI-:   514
arry a full lino of Men's Wo
ami Children's Rubhers.
W. F. DORAN.
low prices win every tlmt.
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reds  Prom  Girl Guidei Sale
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
Mr and Mrs. McCreery are spending a holiday of three or four weeks
at the Coast.
.1. E, Warren has taken the position
as clerk in the office of the public
works department, recently vacated
hy  Miss Delia Drummond,
WANTED — "stenographer-Clerk
for general offlce work, part time
only.    Apply Box 04, Cranbrook.   il
Mrs. Atkinson is temporarily hack
at llu- governmenl building on the
office force, during the absence of
Miss Ivy Bidder from sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Cameron, who
are away on a motor trip to th(> roast,
are expected to return shortly, making lhe Irip both ways hy car.
Cranbrook's Victoria Day Celebration, under autpicea of the G. VV
V. A.,Monday, May 25th.
Mrs, -las. Keekie, who has heei
dangerously ill with pneumonia, i:
now reported out of danger and slowly recovering.
The flag at the (T.P.R. station went
to half mast on Friday morning last,
on receipt of word of the death of
Sir Augustus Nanton, of Winnipeg, a
director of tin1 railroad.
Monrad Wlgcn, who has been at
Cranbrook hospital for six weeks,
with a bad attack of flu, returned to
his home here on Thursday. lie
still quite weak, hut is coming hack
slowly and will soon he around again
as well as ever.—Creston Review.
Tl
the benefit of thoso interested
al Girl Guide Association wish
nil  the following statement:
proceeds  from  their cookery
  April  llth. amounted to Ihe
n of $:iH.NI), lhe expenses being
Mill, leaving a balance of $40.50
the funds. The association wish
thank all those who contributed
,,inls making Ihe sale a success.
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-COMING
COMING— FAMOUS
Imperial Radio Orchestra
— Broadcasting Artists for C.F.C.N., Calgary —
— IN —
DANCE  EXTRAORDINARY
Auditorium,   Thursday,   May 7th
Lumberton,   Friday,  May  8th
:: Hear This Orchestra's Latest  Syncopated Hits ::
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Anglers!   Anglers!
ri— w 11gi—T l-IBHMMan
STOP,    LOOK    and    BUY
— See Our Window Display —
Largest   Assortment   of   Pishing   Tackle
in I last  knulcnay
SEASON OPENS FRIDAY, MAY 1st
Splii Baml  Rml . fi
Steel Rods from
$1.00 lo j-._Vi.IHI
$1.75 t" $7.00
Landing Nels and Pish Baskets al Lowest Prices
1. Hutiks from 7SC to *«.(in
73c and $1.00
Reels fr 80c up lo $16.00
Lendci liux.
PAMOUS UPRIGHT DOUBLE \VIN(i DRV l-l.ll-S
All tin- pattern   In tlml Inn* the irmil  Irom $1.75 to $i.mi do/.
— Wei Files from 90c to $IJI0 Jo/., in .ill patterns —
Best '.in I.i ■••nl. -i   from 18c to 80c each
Large Assorlmrnl of Trolling Spoons
Well known Spokane Mirror, Colorado, in roppcr nickel nml
pearl.Sun Ray, Kimbo r..*iit. Knowles Spinner, tiibhs, Stewart,
and dozens of other ", I killers all :ii lowest prices
LANDLOCKED SALMON TACKLE
Well known Double  X  Spoons, Spokane Mirror, Wobbler,
Qibbs, Stewart, ond scores of oilier good killers
TROLLING ROUS IN SPLIT BAMBOO & STEEL
<iaff Hooks .iod Handles,     Reels thai lake .100 foot line
Irom $s.(NI to $Hi.0O
— Enamelled Silk Lines, linen lines and Collon Lines, —
Tesl rr-nm 28 In 45 lbs
Wire Traces, 2R In In Ilis. lest
Come In At Once and Get Your Outfit
— WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR PRIZE CONTEST —
MOFFATT'S   VARIETY   STORE
Phone 39.1, or write Box 7-0 I'or Vour Fishing Supplies
MAIL ORDERS I II I ID PROMPTLY
CRANBROOK,   B.C.
Good Value
Ladies' While Oold Filled Rectangular WRIST
WATCH, with 17 Ruby
Jewels, double roller escapement, highly finished,
and a good, reliable timepiece.
Price $20.00
H. W. Poole    of    Kimberley was
brought in to the hospital on Tuesday where he is now a patient.
SPECIAL:.— Tungsten lamps, 10,
25, 40, 50 and (10 watts; 25 c each,
at — W. F. DORAN'S.
Our Low Prices win every time
George Gregory, formerly of the
Zenith Cafe, is a visitor in the city
fter a few months sojourn in Edmonton.
Miss Elizabeth Sinstrom, of Jaffray, is nt the hospital just, now receiving treatment for acute rheum
atism.
W.H.Wilson
JRWRLBR
CRAIMitttOOK    -
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John Rognslntj of Vahk, is one of
the outof-town patients patients at
tho hosplnl jus new.
,<(  and besl   in  Men's
•e   13.   A.   Hill,   Men',
Take
Thief.
one   night   to   catch
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm B, King, and
Miss Alison King, of Shaughnessy
Heights, who have been spending the
past six months abroad, are at present spending some time in Ottawa,
the guests of Hon. Dr, J. 11. King
and Mrs. King.—Vancouver Province,
Lieut.-Col. C. H. Pollen, accompanied by Mrs. Pollen and family, returned on Friday lasl from California
where they have been spending the
past three months or so. They made
the trip back by car, in a new Nash
which Col. Pollen purchased in California.
Gen. Robson, formerly of the B.
C. Spruce Mills, Lumberton, wns a
visitor in the city over the week-end,
renewing acquaintances here and at
Lumberton. Mr. Robson went from
here to La Grande, Oregon, but is
expecting to remove now to the eastern States.
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be dispensed at the morning
service, Sunday, May Jtrd at
Knox Presbyterian Church. Preparatory service will be held Friday evening, May 1st. The Rev. J. A. James
will take the services on that day.
A meeting of the congregation is
[•ailed for Monday, May -1th, to consider matters of interest to the congregation.
George Iluyser, who has been on
the Herald staff during the past winter as press feeder, left on Saturday
last for High River, Alta, where be
will work on a ranch for the summer.
Another change '•' the staff is taking
plate the end of this week, when Len
Richardson, who has been linotype
perfttor fin- the past tWO years, is
leaving to take a position In the
Courier ofllce,
T. M. R. Stewart met with a mishap
in his garage on Wednesday morning
that gave him painful injuries, and
which might easily have been more
serious. Ile was working with an
acetylene torch, completing repairs
to a battery he bad been working on,
when some of the escaping gas became ignited and burned up in bis
face. He was helped into a passing
ear and taken to a drug store, where
he received some treatment, and later
examination by Dr. MacKinnon showed there was no serious injury fnnii
the scorching be had received.
CRANBROOK  BOARD  OF
SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Fourth Year High School
Course
Notice Is hereby given to intending students for the Fourth
year High School Course (or
first year university) which
may be put on commencing next
term at the Cranbrook High
School, that their names must
be registered with the Secretary, Cranbrook School Hoard,
before May 15th, in order that
the board may ascertain whether sufficient pupils desire to
take the course, so that a teacher may be engaged, and other
preparations fnr putting on the
course made.
Full particulars may be obtained, and names of intending
pupils should be registered at
the office of the School Board,
Crauhrook, K.C.
F. W. BUR<il:SS,
Secretary, Scliool Board
For the Inti
Furnishings, b
Furnisher.
BORN. — To Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
GarlltsSj of Wycliffe, on Sunday, April 20th, at the St. Kugene Hospital,
a daughter.
"Jack" McLaren, the popular agent
of the Dominion Express Company,
was able to return to his home after
a short stay iu the hospital, Ids condition being much improved.
J. F, Huchcroft and a friend from
Cranbrook, were visitors her
Tuesday afternoon, looking over the
J. Tyo mineral claims, returning the
following morning. — Creston Re
view.
The regular meeting of the Ladies'
Aid of the United Church will be held
at the home of Mrs. F. M. MncPlier-
sou, on Friday, May 8th, at II p.m.
Please note change of day for this
month.
Col. McLean.
of Western Cat
Army, will be i
will hold a serl
Territorial Revivalist
ada for the Salvation
i the city shortly and
a of special meetings
at the Army Hall.,
llth.
from May 7th t<
Miss Nancy Dingley, late of Greenwood, arrived In Cranbrook last
week to make this city ber permanent
residence. Miss Dingley is a qualified dressmaker, and is staying with
her brother, Mr. 13. G. Dingley. It
is Miss Dingley's intention to practice
ber profession here.
An invitation has been extended
to Rev. W. T. Tapscott, pastor of
tbe Baptist church, to spend the summer at Prince George, B.C., engaged
in the work of organizing a now
church there. In case Mr. Tapscott
decided to accept the offer. Rev. F.
King, of Brandon College, who two
years ago was here for the summer,
would again come to Cranbrook for
the duration of Mr. Tapscott's stay
ii the hinterland of the province.
On Wednesday at noon, the baby
laughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. Jensen,
if Wasa, died at the St. Eugene hospital after living only a few hours.
Cranbrook'■ Victoria Day Celebration, under auipicei of the G. W.
V. A.,Monday, May 25th.
Messrs. Eric and Clyde MacKinnon, sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. MacKinnon, who have been at Toronto
and Vancouver, respectively,
attending college, returned to the city
on Friday last on the east and west
trains, Mr. and Mrs. iMacKinnon
expect to leave shortly for Toronto,
where they will attend the convocation exercises at Toronto University,
at whicli tlieir daughter, Miss Marion,
will be a graduate. Following this
they will leave for a trip to the Old
Country, returning to this city in the
fall.
The
Files.
Thief,    Climbs,    Runs   nnd
s
Miss A. Duncan, of The Pino Tro<
who has been visiting with friends i
Seattle, is expected home the end •<(
next week.
Sportsmen are reminded that whib
this year there wlll be allowed tin
usual ll days grace in wliich on,, muji
he in possession of game, (here will
he no allowance made for the packing
of gamo in cans or jars.
Railroad  men report  quite " I'ovl-
val in traffic of late, particularly
as to freight. One night this week
four trains started east from this
point, and at that time four othi
trains were here already to proceed
east when the motive power was
available for the trains,
Tuesday morning, John Romanuik,
section foreman on tbe C.P.R., died
at tbe St. Eugene Hospital from lobar pneumonia. The late Mr. Romanuik is survived by a wife and
seven smull children. The funeral
is to be held from St. Mary's Church.
Deceased was admitted to the hospital some time ago suffering from
what seemed to be an attack of flu,
which he was unable to throw off,
Of the family now left fatherless,
the eldest is but thirteen years of age.
Cranbrook's Victoria Day Celebration, under auipicei of the G. W.
V. A.,Monday, May 25th.
A fire of considerable proportions
Ls reported to be raging in the vicinity of Skookumchuck, on some of
the logged-off lands of the Crows
Nest Pass Lumber Co., and forestry
officials are now on the ground combatting the blaze.
A good crowd was in attendance
nt the Star Theatre on Wednesday
evening when the regular popular
concert contest was held. The prize
winners this week were as follows:
1st, W. D. Stone, Song; 2nd, Cecil
Reade, Xylophone solo; 8rd, Lyman
Livingstone, Song.
The provincial police and Gnme
wardens report that parties nre fishing at Trout lake wliich is contrary
to law, nnd that if there is any misunderstanding with regard to the date
of opening, the fault is not theirs
ns it wns definitely pointed out to
many of those interested in fishing,
thL. correct date of opening for this
lake.
We repair Hot Water Bottles,
Rubber Footwear, or anything made
of rubber.
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WKS.
42tf Cranbrook
Patrons of the Zenith Cafe nre
pleased with the improvements which
being mode in the premises by
the addition to it of the building nd-
ininn it on Baker Avenue and recently operated by Mr. Tater as a
pool hall. It is expected that by next
Saturday the new premises will be
occupied.    The  new Zenith will be
i feet long by 25 feet wide nnd
will have a long counter-bar on one
side, a partition down the centre,
nnd im the opposite side there will
be about six comfortable booths.
Besides the entrance on Baker Av.
there will be also another on Van
Horne Street. The equipmnt of the
cafe is up to date in every wny. The
large kitchen provided at the back
is airy nnd clean, und has a large
cold storage room for meats and
other perishables.
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All You Need
Worry About
IS THE COLOR YOU WANT - when you use
Delany & Sinclair Paint. Nothing bill the
Purest Oils and Bert Leads are used, which
guarantees a long life to the job.
Whether lhe job be interior or exterior, wc
hnve just the faint you need, -mixed In muster
chemists find mnde perlect nfter years ol experiment,
READY - MIX!:!) PAINT, READY FOR
HOME USE — we have always a full stock on hand
and can supply your wants at once.
These are ideal painting and papering days.
Delany & Sinclair Ltd.
CRANIiROOK
R.C.
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Cranbrook Silver Foxes
We are now taking orders for
1925  PUPS
•— From Registered P. E. I. Stock —
DELIVERY AFTER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
SOME PROVEN BREEDERS FOR SALE
Inquiries Solicited
Cranbrook Silver Fox Ranch Co., Ltd.
The Tennis Club opening tea will
be held at the courts on Saturday
afternoon next. Those interested in
tennis are cordially invited tn attend.
Friends of the family are glad to
learn that little Myrtle Gummer,
who has been a sufferer from pneumonia for the last few weeks, is now
rapidly recovering. The doctors
found it necessary to tap lhe lungs,
the operation being entirely successful, tbe little one picking up im mediately.
At the time of going to press it
is learned that the condition of Miss
Ethel Derbyshire, who suffered severe burns in an accident on Monday,
is described as a little more favorable,  with  a  gnod   fighting  chance
ANNOUNCEMENT
FROM THE ZENITH CAFE
Thanks to the liberal patronage we have received
since taking over the management of the Zenith
Cafe, we have found it necessary to acquire larger
quarters, and for this reason have taken over the
premises on Baker Street adjoining our cafe.
These we have fitted up in a manner which will
enable us to cater to the trade with much more
satisfaction to the patron than was possible before.
The new cafe, which is 55 x 25, is provided with a
lunch counter and six private booths, and has been
thoroughly renovated. The kitchen, which is large
and airy, is sanitary in every respect, and has new
plumbing and a new refrigerator capable of keeping all the meat and other perishables in first class
condition.
The Cafe will open on Saturday in its new
quarters, when guests will be cordially invited to
look over the new premises
THE MANAGEMENT
j The Zenith Cafe f
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WANT ADS.
tbat she may recover from the effects
tif the terrible experience through
which she has passed.
FOR RFXIABLF.
Shoe  Repairing
Take Your Shoe* to the
— O.K. SHOE SHOP-
Norbury Ave.     -     Cranlironk
For Quality & Value iu
Men's Dress & Work Shoes
SEE US   —   w. Nichol, Prop.
WANTED—Chest of drawers — to
keep   out   {lust.    Nut particular
as to -style or eolor,    Phone  16.
lOtf
WANTED—Stenographer -Clerk for
general office work, pari tlmo only.
Apply Box 04, Cranbrook. 0
I'OR SALE—Business lol on linker
Street, close itt, ideal location for
business stand, Good investment.
For sale at a snap. See DoQlo &
Elwoll, eity Otf
BEALE &
ELWELL
REALTY LISTINGS
FOR SALE — fi passenger touring
ear,   six   cylinder,   Nash,   in   good
condition, five good tiros,   Apply
tn Heale 6 Elwoll or Rntollffo &
Stewart. 4tf
WANTED—Olrl for olllce help. Stenography anil bookkeeping. Slate
particulars of experience nml salary OXpoctOtl, by lei Ier, or call lit
Herald office 11-10
FOR SAI.K—A 120 Egg Imperial Incubator, with Brooder complete,
like new. IVice $'20. I). Greenwood, Cniuil Flat, II.C. 2tf|
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