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 PR0B1NC1AL  LIBRARr
FEB   51924
THE 0
HERALD
/
VOLUME   «
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 192'
N I   SI It ni.49.
star        Constance Talmadgc in "EAST IS WEST"  Fri. a% sat.
THEATRE      ITS STAGE SUCCESS ECLIPSED BY SCREEN SPLENDOR.   A GREAT COMEDY - A WONDERFUL DRAMA, SUFFUSEDWITH ORIENTAL ROMANCE. Fct)    8  -  Q
The Greatest Special ol Connie's Career. C03UNG — FRIDAY & SATURDAY. FEB. LB & 16: NORMA TALMADGE IN "IVITHDi THE LAW."
1
Call is sent in
for More Men
Mopnty AliiiisiiT ui' Lulior Arrives   Prom   Vlctorln to .Got
Iiil'urmntlmi nil Strike
J, n. McNlvon, deputy minister ot
labor, Victoria, wns In Crnnbrook Cram
Priday Inst till Monday, when be loll
Cor Pernio, n>' waa bora lo got first
bund inCormalion with regard to tbo
loggora' Btrlko. It is understood thai
roproaontntlveB of Ibo I, VV, W. woro
soon, ur woll us some of tho oporat-
pre,
it is stated tlml tho striking lumber
wmkcrs Bworo in BQvonty Bpoclal con-
Btabtes nn Thursday,, to soo tbat the
men did nol obtain liquor, it is understood that Information will be laid ag-
aitist any party Belling to a lumberjack during the strike. Thla is prohibition that prohibits.
It Is learned that an order has been
placed in Winnipeg by tho provincial
ami dominion government employment
service for seven hundred and fifty
mon Cor thin district. It there is any
response to tbis call the men would
be arriving shortly, when the real crux
of the strike would be reached.
CltAMlKOOk LOSES
TO Kl.MI.LKLI.Y IN
SELKIRK  LEAGUE
I.mills 'renin is Wctikcnori Hut
Homo Toil III is Meld |o
0-5 Senre
Sunday last Crnnbitook'B invasion
lo Klmborloy roi uliod in n ttoup or
ihi' longuo htandliiB when Iho locale
IobI iii an oxelting fna! sumo 8-5,
Crnnbrook prose I a weak line
up, Mitchell nml Tom Houarth boi iib
unnblo lo no. Ut v. Father ffhmann
and Whitehead were also obsenteeB,
tho latter having n oracked rib duo io
a previous game. Jimmy Jones ia
also reported aa being nu: for the season.    Crauhrook   scored  iwo  goalB   ill
iho early part of lbe first period Kimberley evened and were two goals to
tbo good at (lie end of Un* second.
Cranbrook rallied, tied tilings up and
the miners by th* .ise of substitutes
finally notched tlu winning goal, The
game was Cost and -Ion, Caldwell of
Kimlierley lieing referee while Larry
Piper was judge of play.
Tbe l,i...-up*;
WEBBING
HIlXSniKK   -  MIU.KIt
Tho wedding took place on Thursday afternoon of this week of Miss
Effle Miller, nf this city, to Mr. Joseph Curl Hlllscher, also of this city.
The ceremony was performed at "
p.m., by Hev. B. C, Freeman al the
Methodist   Parsonage. The    bride
has resided here for a number or
years, and la a sister of Mrs, A.
Saunders, her parents residing in
Scotland. She is woll known in Rebekah circles, being an active member of that order. The groom Is a
fireman In the employ of the c p, R,
The ceremony took place quietly, Mr.
ami Mr* Saunders being tbe only
relr i. a .'"'went. Tho bride and
groo ' •' ill make their homo In this
city ami tbelr friends will unite in
extending to them all good wishes for
tho future.
DOG RACES ATTRACT
CROWDS ON STREETS
FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Crnnbrook
Klnibcrlej
L. Crowo
Goal
Pet\ 1:1'
lapp
Hi ei.se
Smith
Blumenauer
Mttssi i
Logan
Forward-i
S law ter
Huffman
dill
'eacock
LaCortune
(iriffiths
Musser
HOCKEY
The league
la now tic
1 up and the
officials have decided on a two game
series, total goals to count, the first
game being Wednesday, January 30,
at Cranbrook, ai 8.16 p.m. Cranbrook
will go to Kimberley, Sunday. February 3. It is reported that the Kimberley club will charter a special to
bring their supporters here on Wednesday, January 30, Fernie In communication wiih Fred Scott are anxious for the play off games with the
longue winners home and home, playing in thla dlstrlcl February ■>. and at
Fernio, February T.
Fast Kootenay winners will travel
to West Kootenay (Rossland) playing
In tne Golden city February 11 nnd 12.
Tbe race Is getting Interesting and
the interest running so high, it will
he a grand finish. Fans come out and
help.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
KNOX CHURCH HELD
FRIDAY NIGHT LAST
The Annual Meeting of Knox Presbyterian church wan held In the Sunday School room ou Friday evening
lasi . A large attendance was present
considering so many other counter attractions, The works of the various
organisations connected with tiie
church were reviewed showing that
each bad heen active in their respective fields.
Approximately JS.OOO had been collected mid disbursed by tho church
and its several organizations. Of this
amount $1,044 wus seat to missions,
The receipts of the various church
bodies were at, follows
Hoard of Managers. $4321.81; Ladies' Aid, $2,400.91; Sunday School,
-JGlO.fiO; Women's Missionary Society,
$387.01; Mission Baud, 1232.86, making a total of $7,953.18.
Taking into consideration the cash
balances on hand at the beginning of
192;: the amount, raised during the
year was $7,108.49 and $7,152.39 waa
disbursed.
The election of officers resulted In
Lbe choice of Mr. C, J. Little, Mr. I
Hanna and Mr. W. M. Harris
for managers for three years. Mr.
W. I>. McLeod waa appointed auditor
for tbe year.. At the conclusion of tbe
meeting refreshments were served.
Lecture on
Tuberculosis
AN MAI. AlKrH.Nd OF
I'HAMIHOOK RETAIL
Ml: .'CHANTS' ASSOC
Tin
an min I meeting   ot   the Retail
  Merchant*.' Association wns held    in
Gov't Speaker Addresses Meet* "10 ''''>' '" " Wodnesday evonlng
inu Hit,' nnd Illumines       j"''16" ""' "'"'' "r tho l"'al J"*11' wus
Hearers nn Subject rovlowetl    The newly elected officers
  are nn follows:
' Prestdenl   .1 i' Scolt
1st Vice-Pros  W, K. Worden
.L'ml Vice-Pres  (i. Sinclair
plees ot Uie Womous Institute wus
Thu pithlic meettns held in thu K.P
hall on Monday night under the uus
************
I   KIMBERLEY   |
! NEWS NOTES f
*+*++*♦♦*♦++++♦♦♦+♦♦♦+♦♦♦♦
Mrs. lister McKenzle, of Kimberley, who ls a patlenl at the hospital
In Cranbrook. is understood to be doing very well.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Neilsen of Sullivan
Hill were at home to a number of
their friends ou Monday evening, the
chief feature of tbe occasion being
progressive whist. At 9.10 a dainty
buffet lunch was served, and then the
play was continued until u late hour.
Those present included Mr. and Mrs.
l-a Fortune. Mr. and Mrs. H. Derby,
Mr. and MrB. ,T. R. Tretbeway. Mr.
and Mrs J. Coen. Mr. W. Bone and
Mr. J. Neilsen. Honors fell on Mrs.
Derby, ladles, and Mr. W. none, gentlemen, while Mr. Derby carried off
tbe consolation.
Friday afternoon last one would
have though! that the world's fair was
being held in Cranbrook, Baker Street
being lined from lhe Mount Baker Hotel lo the Cranbrook Hotel, tbe attraction being the hip dog race whicb Mr.
T M Roberto, the local insuranoe
man had sponsored, for tho fun Of
the kiddles, lt certainly was a doggone Rood race, tor no BOOnor had you
placed your money ou tho leading dog
when he would bo gone to the tell
timbers after some other member of
the canaine family.
The rate attracted aboul half a doz-1
en starters. Dint?, the dog owned by
Ernest Kennedy, was the favorite, and'
carried away the hull; of the prize mo-J
ey.
The first race, for 12.50,    $1.50 and
?t.oo. presented by Mr.   Roborta was
in by E**nesl Kennedy, Harry Christ-
erte, and Harry Christian,
The second race was won by Cot*.
vin McBurney, Ernest Konnetiv   and
Archie Roberts.      The third race was
won by Ernest Kennedy. Harry Christian and Jack Farreli. The prizes
for the second and third races were
raised by the crowd, it is now expected that the Dos Derby will become an
annual event in Cranbrook.
s \\ Wilson, of Regina, brother of
\V. .1 Wilson, has decided lo locate in
tbe city and will open a garage in the
Armour building on Baker Street, adjoining his brother's place of business The necessary alterations are
now being made to the place.
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wowssssqwwwwi
j Review of Session Just Brought to Close
Hj N. A. WALMNGEK, W.L.A., Member for Cranbrook
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iiuiii [.iiiiiiiiimmiiimiiirnmiii tuui-i 3lllLlllinnm mumim in- i-i i-m: notinn MC]ihrjkiiiiiit]iiiri!FiiiiitMiMHnni«WHmiNKa««ini^M«]aiiiiiiiiiiaiii«^
In ihe rirsl row days of the session hove to poSB It This property wag.keep tbe farmers on the land by the
little waa done, tho Ming's Speeeh to- tben owned by Olie BeBner, one of the economic distribution of their product.!. This, of Course is one of the
chief equations of the province, hundreds of people out of work in some
places, in other places hundreds of
tons of produce going to waste for
king priority, hul some hills were
brought down and indefinite discussion tool; plan*. Many quoetlons went
on the order paper and Rome returns
delegates lo the Liberal convention
hold ai Nelson    ti mdtllon ol the
terming indu try ln the north was
then gone Into, and the speaker, who
had tnado a personal tour of Inspec-
naked tor,  notably one referring to.tlon through Uml country, explained . , ,     .
,    ,   ,                                            .                                         ,   , „ I want of help   or   dlstr but on, thou'
tho roast steel Company and all cor- how   hundreds   ol   families  had  left! ,. ... ..___- _. ._..,.  ,_._. 1_   ....
rospondonco between ihe government the dlstrlcl as the transportation and
mid Landahl el al; this drew a blank, assisanco from tho government which
ns tlio minister maintained no otter had beon promised had nol matorlai-
si nds nf boxes of fruit rotting for the
want of picking and a market, and
yet thousands of tons of produce and
hud been made and no tentative otter lied, and apparently the government
on hand, so there was absolutely no had forgotten 'hem except in the way
in formal'.on to be given in the house q| toxo
Tha
same wreched condl*
With respect    hi    any iron Indusiry lions In lbe terming industry, which
of tho
being   started   ou   Ihe   coast   or   else    should  he the bash   prosporlt]
where; but ihe questions brought out province, aro general through!
n statement from the minister thai tho | the agriculturists Including tho fruit
fruit are imported Into this provlnco
lat the same time, What is the trouble? 1b there no one with brains
i enough to size up an economic ques-
itioii such as this and find some means
of solving it even partially?   It Is ap-
r      I parent ly more than tho department ot
the agricultural!  ncludtng ihe rruit      ,   .. . .v"     .
' „    ,, .     agriculture can do and thero Is  no
government  intended   to   bonus the farmers, after all tho flowory promts-  .  ,,   .,     ., , .. „ .
, ,    , , ,     '  „   , I Indication thnt these matters are Im-
proiluctlon  of pig  Iron and Lo assist   ,.s 0( the 1910 nnd 1020 elections, are.
tlio formation of any bona fldo com-.., Kadly disillusioned body of men.
pany,   whenever   such   a   company
'r Treasurer  H. Hlnton
Z Executive A. Class, A. D. Bridges
B Class, A. Raworth; 0 Class.
O. w. Patmore,
The question of ihe classification of
pertain members was considered, and
certain adjustments made, a commit-
too on new members was appointed
and a canvass will be made, it is felt
that If the merchants who aro not
member;; thoroughly understood the
advantages to bo gained by membership in the it. M A., none would remain outside. Besides tlio advantage
of the bad debts collection feature of
the association) It should also be remembered that the central association
Ik at all limes working in ■;oiiiiectlou
with matters, such as legislation that
would bo beneficial to the merchants
Coming Events
whose status would have lo be above
suspicion, was In a position nnd had
the necessary financial backing to enter upon the Installation of a plant
with a fair prospect, ot success.
After the address In reply to the
speech was moved, the member for
Esquimau certainly tore it to pieces,
particularly with respect to tbe general conditions of the province claimed by tho Liberals to bo in such perfect shape. Referring to tho administration o; the Liquor Act, Mr. Pooley wont. Into details as to tho conditions In Prince Rupert, tbo home of
tho Attorney-General, referring par-
proving. Who is going to supply the
solution? It Is a matter of great mo-
While the wholesale hiring of stool-1 ment to the province and should be
pigeons nol only showed nn execrable; tackled at once. A judicious amount
want of principle, hut was an insult of protection backed up by a central
to the constabulary and nets a precedent of a system of spying, Involving
also Incitement to Infraction of the
act that tends to ilonioruli?,6 the respect of any community nol only for
this law but Incidentally for all law
nnd order. There should be an "open
season" for "Btoolpigoons" under the
(iaine Acl.
agency for collection and distribution
of produce might work wonders; but
every detail would necessarily have
to be studied carefully.
In spite    of   tho above conditions
[the government proposes to promote
immigration    from   England without
apparently making any move to Improve such conditions with Uie tintu-
Alleutlon was il awn lo the Imports] ral  result that It would more than
of farm produce Into this provlnco, likely increase the amount of unem-
which have reached a very large vol- ployment.    This province must first
ue, over :i(l millions nf dollars worth, take cure of Its own residents and see
fairly well attended, about fifty being
presenl to hear Ur A. S. Lamb. Med-;
leal Officer, appointed by thy B. C. |
government to lecture on "Tubercular!
Problems of the Day."
Ia the absence of the Mayor, Mr. J. I
P. Fink acted as chairman, and in Introducing the speaker referred to tuberculosis as the unseen foe, and said
while the scarlet fever and small pox
signs were shunned, people were
indifferent to a more dreadful foe.
that Is taking heavy toll year by year.
There was a great urgency that preventive measures should he properly
used and precautions taken.
On being Introduced, Dr. Lamb slated that the question of tuberculosis
had been before the public ror the
last two decades during which time n
campaign' for  the  lessening of  thai ■     *■"*"••
death rate from the disease had been, what may be accounted an oxcep-
conducted principally through publl-1 ttonttlly happy dance was given at the
cations of different natures. The House at Patten's Lake, lust Friday,
method the provincial government was January 25th. Aboul thirty couples
adopting was one of personal appeal, gathered together Including prucii-
and hi accordance with tbis plan he cally all of the neighbors, thus ren-
was visiting all the points outside ot I clorlng it in lhe nature of a delightful
the large centers, dellverng lectures | house parly. The musicians, consis-
on tbis subject fn order tbat if pos- ting of Messrs. Sly and Owens with
slble the disease that wus responsible violins; Mrs, Sly, banjo; and Miss L.
for at least ten per cent, of the deaths Owens at tlio piano as accompanist
us well as the untold misery that ac- outdid themselves in keeping the
companies ft. should he comhatted. It guests In lively time. The floor and
wns the desire of the government supper were excellent, and judging
the people should know the Bymp- from the expressions of pleasure In
toms. the elements of prevention and general, all enjoyed themselves thor-
the Importance of early diagnosis. In j oughly. Plans are being made for a
Its early stages it waa difficult for the valentine dance to be given on Fen-
doctor In general practice as well asjruary, 12th. Everyone will be cordl*
the specialist to diagnose. A doctor | ttuy welcome,
may lie In doubt and wish a patient to1
come back, whtci be rarely does, und
thus the history of the case ceases.
It Is the duty of the patient to return for further testa, this being particularly true where X-ray facilities
are wanting.
Tho disease, the speaker claimed,
was au InteotOUB one, due to a small
germ ur bacillus, so small that one
thousand could pass through a pin
ole in a piece of paper without j
touching the paper or one another.
These multiply only in the body and
not in sputum. It I > an acquired, in
contradistinction to an lieridltnry disease. It Is important that this ly
understood.
How the Disease Develops
The disease as the layman sees it,
la a rapidly developing disease,
whereas as the doctor sees It, it covers a considerable period from Its
early to fta chronic stage. It appears
In various forms, the most common of
which affects the lungs, or the bones,
joints, glands, intestines or the membranes of the brain, tlie same process
occurring in each type. All matter
Is but a number or cells breaking
down and reforming, and when germs
are Inhaled they throw out a poison
that attacks these cells.   Through a
sisting force in the system these
germs are enclosed In a sack as it
wero and if tbe tissue is sufficiently
strong the germ is quiescent; if there
Ib not this resistance the cells agnln
break down and tho germs are given
up and so the process continues.
There may be a permanent arrestment at any point, or resistance may
not develop as Is sometimes seen and
Consumption ensues. It Ib the purpose of treatment to develop resistance and prevent multiplication of
the germs. All nationalities are subject to tubercular infection. Indians,
negroeB, ond Chinese most and Hebrews and Irish least.
The infection principally takes
place In children 7B9fc under IB years
being infected. The system however
resists tbe disease and a very small
proportion develop it. The early Infection acts as a guard against future
infection. Tlie aim of all treatment
is to avoid the formation of a mass
of infection and final dissolution.
Saskatchewan has done more than an active case.
any other province to combat the dis- There are iwo forms of tubercular
ease. Iu 1921 a survey was made of bacilli which coubb the disease; 1,
four schools. 1346 children were ex-rthe Human; 2. lhe Bovine. Tbe bo-
amlued and of those under the age of vine causes 25tf of the infection In
six 44r/< showed tubercular infection. I children through the use of milk In-
Under 14 61%, while under 18, 80rA<!focted with it This type does not
reacted to the test. However, less cause infection In adults and can be
than l'/r showed active clinical dis- guarded againsl by pasteurizing or
ease. Out of 907 pupils In two schools'boiling the milk,
in Vancouver 28# showed positive in- '• The greal majority Is due m the
faction, whereas 3.77r showed active contact with the active human type, A
LOCAL BO>SPIEL IS
GIVES FESTIVE TER.
MIN YTION ON TUESDAY*
Trophies Are Presented to
ning Kinks at Pleasant
tic Function
Win-
Lit-
f
Tbo events noted below are those
for which paid advertising appears in
ihis Issue, or for which printing work
has been done In tills: ofllce.
Fri. &. Sat.. Feb. 1 & 2; Big Special.
"The Hottentot," at tbe Star.
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1st & 2nd,
"Trial By Jury" at the Auditorium.
Mon. & Tues., Feb. 4 & 5: Big attraction at the Star. "Tbe Wanters,"
starring Mario Prevost,
Wednes. & Thurs.TVeb. G & 7: Tom
Mix at the Star, In "Do and Dare."
Thursday, Feb. 7; Big Free Matinee
at the Star for the Kiddies.
Thu
day. Feb. 7: Orand fancy dress
Ico carnival at Kimberley. (Postponed from Feb. 1st.)
!i:    "East    I.u
(instance  Tal-
Frl. & Sat.. Feb. :
West." featurln
madge, at the star.
Tues.. Wednes. & Thurs., Feb. 12. 13
& 14: East Kootenay Presbyterian
W,    M.    S.    Annua!   Meeting,  Knox
Church.
Thursday. Feb. 14, i!>24: - Oirls ot
Christ Church, Valentine Tea and
Danci.   Pariah Hall.
, F«
IS \  10:
Law,"
Ing io
"Wlthl
ladge,
i the
bo
Monday. March 17: St. Patrick's Day
Masquerade Ball, given by the (l.
\V. V. A. at tbe Auditorium.
The banquet at thd (.'ranbrook Hotel
on Tuesday evening marked tlie completion of the maiden bonspiei of the
newly formed Selkirk Curliug Assoc-
iation. which from all appearances
win be ftn annual function for Borne
time io come. The spiel, though not
favored with weather that was conducive io good curling, was enjoyed by all
those taking part, and, many believe,
did more to create .i spirit of good
fellowship between the neighboring
towns and (.'ranbrook than anything
dee could have done. The tenor of
uost of the remarks at the banquet
vqs that all shold try to foster tho
food feeling that has heen created
hrough the Blnrting of the new league
it the little party in Kimberley. when
'ranbrook recently vlBtted there.
The toastmaster for the evening was
Ur  t;   K   1„ .MacKinnon,  who has bene kuuwiv,uM*the father of the league.
The toast te the .i*-ttors was propos-
I liy r. |t   Ward and responded to by
Messrs. Montgomery aud Markle,   ot
KImherley and Huljjj^ver respectively
Farmers in
Conference Here
District Gathering Attended bj
Dcpufj Minister i rom \ Ic-
torlu) Banquet Is Held
The .: a Ini i of thi tanners' lustl
ui   [district Com ned in the
hall on
a edii< i iaj .. ■ ■ .   the dele*
rate.- from the \. nit ites were
received ond Intr iduced, and tho reso-
utious. lo be i I at the < onven-
tion ni-'-1 ags were pi nl i d The
foil iw li.j, di legau-s wi re In attendance:
Mr, l 'i Mr Crowe, Jaf-
iraj. i. D Quail, Kern. u. Q New-
Ion, lnvermere; Mr. Tompkins, Windermere; Mr Harper. Glenlily; Capt,
Barnard, Baynee Lake Mr Lawson,
Wardner; Mr L Mott an . Mr. A. B.
Smith. Cranbrook
At ,; r in . tho delegates and a number of oUSi ■ Inti ri ed sal down to a
dinner al thi Masonic Hall, whore after satisfying tho i ra\ lugs of the Inner
man with an  enjoyable and bountiful
repast, a very pleasant and profitable
time waa Bpenl   tor an hour listening
lo some after-dinner talks.
N. a. Walllnger, M P P
Tho Bowness cftv <*hs presented to I man expressed the pl<
tlio new league by Mr   Bowness and ftlllug that poBltion, at a
will be open for competition by teamsjth >-• whose occupation wa
n any place within forty miles Qtlof every countrj
('ranbrook.   F C. Douglas of Bull Hi-     Mayor Balment
ver was made the first  custodian of j dial welcome to I
the silverware having won the right Injsitnts  on behalf of ihe
lefeatng Kimberley. .sing ihe hope that iheir
ft.  Crerar was   presented   with  the'would be of mu I   bene!
Cosmopolitan Cup, while W. F. Cam-!
ron was given tbe Gault and K. H
McPhee became  the   possessor of thel
Grand Challenge. All the winning cur- tut
as chair-
lie tell In
ectinir of
the basis
(trosperity.
Mended a very cor-
■  delegates and vi-
■f the city, expres-
leltberatlons
id them.
listened to
Many refer-
The siw-aker*- were   ai
ith marked attention.
■d to the useful work that the Insti-
was carrying on and the advent-
lers ably responded Mr Dan Bur.lage to be derived trom thi co-operat-
presented the winners of the'ion of tbe merchant and the former.
Bowness Cup with four boxes of cig-jThe work Of Mr A Hay. the local dls-
ars. Itrict agriculturist came In tor's lot ot
The evening was enlivened hy songs\ very favorable comment, he b/*inT £•-
from Messrs. Cooper. Collier. Marsh ven full credit for the many success*-
and Shannon. |fp  achieved  by the district  since he
Mr   Burburas,   a visit..- erf Mr.   J, tha* been here
Martina delighted    tho    banquetters     Tlie speakers of the evening wero
with several monologue selections  R.ithe following:
J. (Villus representing the <\ p. R.,i   yy. H Wilson, president of the board
conveyed to the meeting th*-- best wish, of trade.
es of the company for the Buccess of     T.  K   Flett,  superintendent, Cran-
the   league. (brook Division. C. P. R.
R. O. Newton, puperintendent Dominion Experimental Farm. lnvermere.
Dr Warnock, deputy minister of ag-
EVENIXG PARISH HALL rlcuiture, Victoria.
  j    c. E Whimey-Orifliihs, secretary to
Reports Received and Commit-lthe Provincial Advisory Board. Farm-
niKlST CHUBCH VESTRY
SrEETIXG HELD HOJfDAT
tees Appointed for Coming
Year's Work
ers' Institute.
a   I.  Hay. District Agriculturist
Dr. Rutledge, dairy inspector, city of
Cranbrook.
Besides the delegate*} the boys nf
the district who won the judging competition events at the New Westminster Fair were present, Allen Keer.
St-wart McClure and John Clark. It
had been hoped that the medals ihey
had won would be ready fr>r presentation to the boys at this time but these
have not ye* been received from the
coast.
After the dinner the meeting adjourned to the city hall, where the second
session of the convention took [dace.
Th'- speakers were Dr Warnock, D. O.
Brleker. district representative on the
advisory board,    and    C   ES   WhlUiay-
Grlffiths, secretary. Mr. Whltney-Orlf-
tllhi deall principally with the activities of thi ■ -'■ Iation during tho
pasl year Mr Bricker dealt principally with the question of agricultural
i redlls
a f iller report if the pi edinga of
the leaslon will be given in next
week's Issue
Thursday morninp and afternoon very profitable sessions of the craven*
tlons were held A central Di-Ti^t
Instltuti ■-' I rated i omprltlng about twelve individual districts, the
headquarters of whli b will he in Cranbrook, where all convent oni will ho
held.
The annual vestry meeting of the
members and congregation of Christ
Church was held on Monday evening
at the Parish Hall.
The financial report was presented
by Mr. c. A. Cock, the secretary-treasurer, and showed for tbe general
rund a total Income from all sources
of $4,201.37, and Indicated a substantial reduction in Indebtedness connected with Uie church and its undertakings. Reports were also read trom
the various organizations connected
with the church The rector, Rev F
V Harrison. presented his annual
report covering other aspect* of the
church's work, and outlinging suggestions for the future.
The lay delegates to the diocesan
synod were re-elected for another
year, and the church committee wan
elected lo consist of Messrs, H. ii.
Kicks, F. Foote. Judge Thompson, li
L. Harrison. Mrs. Miles. M. A. Beale.
\o\ W a Feigle, H. J. ('oilier and
W It Grubbe.. Tho Parish Hall committee will remain unchanged, and
the   rectory   committee   will   also   be
the same as before with one member
less, Mrs. Miles not being aide to continue ou the committee,
Mr X a Walllnger was named as
the rector's warden, and Mr C \.
c<>ck was appointed the people's warden, This is iho seventeenth year
in which Mr. Cock has acted iu thai
capacity.
During a discussion on the work of
the  hoy scout   troop, which since the
departure of Mr. Cyril Shaw has been
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carried   Oil   largely   by   the   rector.   It
wa- mentioned that the Anglican! The regular monthly meeting of the
troop will soon bo conducted as art|Wom8n'* Institute will be held in the
organization by itself, and not in con-jK ■'■ Hall on Tuesday, February 6,
nectlon with the troops of the other 19JM iH :t o'clock. Mrs Ernest Jones
churches will give n paper on "Miscellaneous
Voies of condolence were passed to [Household Economy." Mrs. Hayman
Mrs. W. E. Haalam and Mrs (J. Hog-|hiiS &**** ,,r ■''« musical program
arth, two members who suffered he-|">-d i.fiemoon   tea   will   be   served
imhers  an* Invited.    In  con-
is a
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
•Unicoi symptoms and a great number; person Infei
ed with il will give off j
were sit flic iently  marked  to  require millions  of bacilli  In   a
Single day.
tlcnlarly to tho Skeena Club, which j mid Hm minister of agriculture was thnt the conditions are such as do
was situated on a scow tied up to tho naked If some scheme could not be, not tend to drive people away, the
government wharf, so thnt everyone jtlovlsod whereby ll.C could supply at modus of ths last tew years must not
going to and from the boats would) leant bur home market, and us well)
constant watching. Sputum which bus become dried from j
Tho danger of early Infection Is that contact with the sunlight and becomes
while the germs become dormant they impended In the air and thus inhaled
are apt at any time to become active j Is the principal oaUBO of Infection In
raw, if any become ralnfaced aa adults adults.   Coughing or droplet Infection |
practically onl» when to contact with (Continued on Page 6) [
roavements during the year.
A   vote  of  thanks   was extended   to, nation   with the  InslltUl     ■
Mr. A. Raworth for assistance given
in procuring Tor tho ehu ch the memorial tablet to lhe late Rev. Mr. Flew-
ellititf, a former Incumbent of the parish.
At the close of the business, refreshments were served and enjoyed
by those attending. ***"*
 , + ,  Joseph   BaVarla,   Ot   Klko,   who  baa
Veruo Woodman has gone with hit* linen  sutTerluK   from    an    attack   ot
talhnr to Kitchener for a time yaaunonla. Is now doing fairly well.
splendid lending library for members.
In charge of Mrs T. Baynes and Miss
Emslie.
Tiie meeting of the Associate members will be held in the v M. c. a.
Friday evening. February 1st. at K
n'cJrK'k.      New members also inviled. ri«K imi
THK  CEANBROOK  IICltAU)
Friday, February 1, HUM
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| COMMUNICATION   I
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The Herald is open to publish letters
relating to the public Interest when
accompanied by the signature of the
writer as au evidence ot good faith
but not necessarily for publication
Opinions expressed by correspondents
dorsed by the Herald.
audited, but  lhe figures are:has multiplied by nearly three limes,    man on the Job 1 would he wondering
: where my summer's work was coming
t from, with no logs in for lbe mills to
no doubt correct.
The figures  toti
follows:
Keep iu'  Prisoners
I'KAMIUOOK TAXKS A.M) un: u.c.
LIQUOB ACT,
I     Now  the nel  cost  to Ihe city of wind  average as ministering tlie B.C, Liquor ("Modera-
Itlou")  Aei  is obviously the difference
tiGu.D-l ... ! between   the   average   iu   coat   under
T OTALS I prohiibiton and the average under the
1916-20 1921-28   present law, less a questionable gain
5 years 3 years   in tines; i.e.. $9,738.69, less $5,176.34,
Salaries       $21,411.00 •$22,004.60 less $491.75, which  is $4,070.50.
Expense and [    To meet this net  cost  to Hie city
supplies ..     3,814.75 6.098.66[we have the provincial appropriation
Keen of from profit on liquor sales which tills
Prisoners ..        055.94 1,112,00 year,  alter    deducting    the  J1.S07.00
      -dirges    of   provincial    police,    was
Total       $25,881,69 29,215.70 $4,235.69.   Although even of this hal-
Edltor,
Cranbrook Herald.
Dear Sir:
I have been digging up some interesting figures at the city ball to discover as nearly as possible the financial advantage which the city derives
in these days of stringency trom the
profits of the B. c. Liquor ("Moderation") Act. The h c. Prohibition
Act came Into force May .flat. 1918,
and tbe B. C. Liquor Acl April 2nd.
1921, So the calendar yeara beginning 1818 and 1921 aro the noareel wo
can get for starting points for comparison. Tho department chiefly af-i
footed is that ot police administration,
Other items related to the question,
mich ns cost of distress relief, otc,
though Important    ror    the present
must be neglected. In the following
comparison of the expense of police
administration during these two periods, the figures arc given from the.
city records ns authentic, with the re-j
nervation that the 1923 books have not j
"This does not include   the   $1807 ance. $1,210.17 is nel apart by the gov-
provinclul charge for 1923. .eminent especially for scliool purpos-
A V K K A li 10        oa and  may not  be diverted by the
Salaries       $4,282.20      $7,384.88 city administration, lei it be Included
5 years'     3 years'   las u legitimate resource, since schools
prohlb.      uioder.   must be supported.
[•.xpeiiBG and I   We have, then, aa nel  gain to the
supplies  ,..      702.9G        2.082.89|clty under   the   "Moderation"    Act,
Ki i p off $4,286.60    less   $4,070.60,   or $106.09,
Prisoners ..       181.19 370.87-This   gain   ((71   represonts   on   tha
        , $j(214,226 taxable  assessment of Craii-
Totul       $6,176.84       $0,788.69 brook  less  than one seventh  of one
Offsetting the above charges, we mill on tho dollar, or less than lit-
have tho city's rovonue from tines,!teen cents on every thousand dollars
which nms as follows: of assessment.
Total     lines     l!»ir.-l!H.II.    $14.73N.IW. j     Hul   here is Ihe colossal  folly of
1921-1923, $10,818.05; Average, 6 yrs. nit financially. For that paltry $165.00
prohibition $2,947.00; :t yrs. B.C.LA, por annum the Cranbrook liquor ven-
.•?::,i:/.i..!."i. Average annual gain to the dor look- out of the community ror 11-
clty in rilies is $491.76, Of course ihis quur sold from June 25, 1021 tn Sep-
gdin is taken directly mil of the pock- tember :'0. 1922, ibe sum of $191,606,
ets of our citizens, bul then—! jan average of $1.1,700 per month, or
Note lhal the average fines for tho $152,400 per annum, equal to a lax of
year have    Increased    nearly sixteen 127 mills on every dollar of city ns
and two thirds per cent., aud the av- Kessnient.    Tbat. Is, we are paying out
orage cost   of   prisoners per annum1 at the Incredible rate of a thousand
   _, j to one for every dollar we gain under
         '_""_  the "Modoratlon" Act
cut.
I am a fanner sometimes and a lumber worker .sometimes but   I   fought
for Canada and am a Canadian .Ilia
days   in  tho  year.
off   with 1111   t!    a
Why are we -jtiiklni
war prisoner:! 011 tb
we    want    these    it
throwers to f . >.: to
Presbyterian church in Canada does
not do. and one of them te to nsk
questions of herself or of anyone else
as to whether she is lo keep faith
noi."
The Presbyterian church in Canada
never pledged herself to any such COV
in ig bettor I enants with  others.    A  few men  in
ators. Church Courts, Dr. Gaudier and oth
The Corporation of
the City of Cranbrook
Court of Revision
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby Riven tliat the Court
of Revision for correcting and revising the
Assessment Roll of the City of Cranbrook and
thi' Cranbrook Scliool District, as prepared by
tlie Assessor, will sit on February Stli, at the
Municipal Building, Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook,
B.C., at 7.:iU p.m.
F. \Y. BURGESS
Assessor
11. C. FREEMAN
A VIEW OK THE STltlKK FROM
THK   INS1DK
ilease class erB< "!'" hud u" maimer of right to do
1' side? Do B0i mul mi n voto ol' toss than one third
stic homo Qt' the membership, attempted to rol
a tunv that the people of iheir freedom, called
tho I'.s.v is getting 100 hot to hold themselves the Churah, resolved lo
them? wipe out   the  Church  and drive its
Well  then,  hero  and  now   is  Llio I nioniberBlitiJ  into a   new  Church
time 10 stop encouraging n   Striker on to 'he street, and notified tl ther
soys we have 1.cen 1,! e .1 tlocs of churches or that resolve,     Bul they
sheep Inn  it looks to me D    ii we have   in"1 mi more right  lo "resolve" oilier
heen made the nonl ns well. °ul ">' tho Church than thoy linil I
The I.W.W. DvordM 11 up   in  Kim-  resolve them   of Ionise ami homi
berley,   Theli  strength ihero now Ib "  Or. Qantllor anil others conslilc
0.   There l« un'   i     I   ard among tho i themselves pledged to other ChurcJic
employees of lite I in,      lluybu a les-j lei them go nml fulfil nil Ihey hail
son should have bee- tali n right 10 pledge and thai is themsolvei
onr strike bulletin tells ns thai Iho     Bul   Ur. 0 Hor omits to inoiillo
mill i  are ilespoitMe nml are hour-   Wl own  uilkepl   faith nml  tin- broach
ly   expeled   lo  r    l„   the   hall   nnd!"!'  faith  which   he     is    attcniplillg  I
give in lo ihe demands and ask tor force upon ihe Church, Hid failure i
linen,   In th onntlm iihlng of tho »oop covenant with our own pcoph
j kind happens.   And I [01   am not "io disregard of tho nliunliiioua covi
kidding myself tlml It will. Ilanl of the AMembly nnd im declnrs
Tho I.W.W. headtiiiarters are Bond- Hon lo tho people in inn:, thai Union
Ing us money 10 tide iis slone inn nil|"ik.ub1 carry lite consent of ihe ontln
lhe money In lhe world is not yet In luelnborshLp;" and the similar am
ihe hands of tho l.w.w lenders nnd unanimous covenant and doclarntloi
maybe the bosses will In. aide to set i" 1012 as to "practically unnninioii!
u hold ol some that Is lefl lo tt.lt- tIll-Ill action. These are lltu Covenant,; Willi
over lor a season or Iwo. which nil aro hound  lo "keep  faith"
There Is u movement among older ond which Dr. Handier, while distinct more responsible lumber work- coursing on "keeping faith" treats as
ers lo form a separate union of our "scraps of paper."
own. Il looks to me lo he Ihe (illicit- ''• Dr. (.Inliilier's treats with thinly
esl way for workers In eel what they veiled contempt the many thousands
want
To the Kditor.
Cranbrook Herald.
Nelson Protective
Association
Limited to 1500 Members
Anyone desirous of becoming a member of the
above Association can obtain full particulars
from R. J. Steel, Secretary, Nelson, B.C., Age
limit 55,   Medical examination required.
PEHSONS OP  EITHER SEX AIM:  ELIGIBLE
Dour Sir:
1 would like space lo take up Striker's Invitation to give the opinion Of
another lumber worker about the
strike that we are in.
My unite and I come ln from the
prairies every whiter to work in the
bush. We come in to earn money
and we want to earn it. This year
wo worked one week when thirty or
forty men entered our camp and forced the crew to come out
Now lhat Is a sample of the kind
of freedom we are suing to enjoy if
our strike leaders and their I. W. W.
mates force Bolshevism on us.
For don't you ever think, mates,
that that isn't what ig at the bottom
of this strike. Don't ever think that
money is pouring iu from every I. W.
W. centre across the line and likely
from Russia — to get us the eight
hour day und four dollar minimum.
This strike isn't whal a good many
think it at all.
Our strike leaders are using one
hand to point out to tho men thnt
they are slaves and to the citlzc.is
that the strike is to get rid of packing blankets, top bunks, unsanitary
conditions and such like, and with
the other are writing hurry calls to
I. AV. W centers for money to hold
Ihis strike for the I. W. W., because
cm nil stand play has to bo made
now to get in lumber workers in other parts of Canada.
These Ontario lumber workers that
tliey want have tlieir own organization und deal with their grievances in a satisfactory manner. Why are
we losing a winter's pay Io get them
to join the I.W.W? Not for our hene-
llt, you can bet.
As for the grievances they toll the1
citizens about, I have worked iu live
camps iu Knat Kootenay without seeing a to]i bunk or packing a blanket.
ANOTHER STRIKER
A number of Interested readers have
requested the publication of the following vigorous letter on church union, now becoming a burning question.
hit. GASMEN VXD (ill Iii I
To the Editor of the Herald,
I mo\
Dr. dandier has Issued another pastoral loiter on church union. May I
nolo a few points.
1. The opening parng
letter Is a misstatement.
aph of that
Dr. Gandler
who believe it their duty and 1
declared H tlieir purpose to remain in
their own church. It Bays in sub-
Blanco and effect that their convictions of duty and right are not worth
heeding and will soon disappear; and
tliey will all fall in. Tins shows tin
I'resiiylorhins of Canada two things,
viz., Dr. Qandler's estimate of the
worth of their convictions nnd his estimate of themselves and their character as ready to give up their convict ions.
Statements like Ihose of Dr. Gan-
Idler given above and other similar
[statements in his letter, equally mis.
leading and foreign to fact, whih
I.,
in referring to somebody's request for|paInful t0 ,hi,lk nf am! Bpeak of in
mother vote, says thai lhe people vo- conn«*-0" with the Church of Christ,
siow the nature of the obsession nils-
called "Union" and  the lengths and
says thai ihe people voted "nt the only time when, according
tn our Constitution, they could vote,
viz.. before action was taken by Presbyteries under tho Barrier Act." That
statement that tho people voted he-
fore tho question went io Presbyter-
es under the Barrier Ait is simply
lot a fact. The question, in spile of
protest, was sent down io Presbyteries under the Barrler^Act before ever
the people wore given an opportunity
to vote. See Assembly Minules 1010-
1911. And when il wns finally sent
down lo the people, their vote was unfairly influenced ami handicapped by
lhe previous vote of tlie Presbyteries
under Ihe Barrier Acl.
According to our Constitution"
Ibere is no time when either Presbyteries or people have a right to vote
the Presbyterian church out of existence, or drive others out of it who
wish to remain in ii. The Constitution of tho church lias no provision
itlior in the Barrier Act or any other
Act, for iis own extinction. The whole
coercive procedure iu re "Church Un-
ion" is unconstitutional and illegal.
Dr. Dandier repeats the time-
worn riction that three thousand congregations have already gone into
Union on ibo faith Unit tho Churches
were pledged lo Union.       Where are
depths to which its advocates ure
1 sometimes led.   Nn wonder the people
in ever-growing numbers are turning
against it as tliey learn to know it for
what it really is.
May this evil spirit of ambition fnr
worldly bigness, ami its twin spirit
1 of illegal, unchristian coercion soon
'he cast out. ami Hi* -dsle:- churches
jof Canada ho free as heretofore to go
forward side by Bide in their work for
the Kingdom of Clod.
11 SCOTT
Montreal, January 17. 1024
Vicks Relieves
Her Catarrh
"Cannot Praise It Too Much"
Says Mrs. Cayer.
CIMMUMrOK'S FIRE
i.oss r\ tm NOT SO
LARGE AS GIVEN OUT
In what purports to be a resume of
the first report of the Fire. Mursbul
for B.C.. covering the year 1922, a
number of papers have quoted figures given therein covering fire losses
for 'hat year in the towns of tbe province. In Ihis table the loss from
fire in Cranbrook is given as $23.r,i;y.
Comment has been made in some ins-
lances that this seems high, ranking
ihe place eighth in all Iho provlnco.
Figures published last your in ihe
Herald from iho annual report of the
fire chief show tlio loss to have boon
;n nuliy only $11,225, or about half
ihe figure given in tlio fire marshal's
roporL Whal Mu- basis was for Ihe
fiiv marshal's roporl Is noi known,
hul tho lire chief's annual report is
moro likely to be nu nccuruto source
of in formal ion, it might be thought.
The blggOSl pari of the fire toss Ml
lhal year was the conflagration at
Warden's shed near the tracks, which
would in its.df lako aboul half tho
total reported hy iho tiro chief tor
thai year.
Clean Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
Hurry Motlior, ,vun a trolful lii'i'V-
lali olillil lovoa tlio plonsnut tuato «f
0]iortiliiiu; Itcroiino fla'insi   Official
dguros covering    Cnunillnn Railway
ral ions from January lo llio end nf
ober, 11128, Bhow Hint Canadian N'a-
ial llnoa havo inoreaaed tlieir op-
tlng revenuea liy $6,117,741 unit llio
Ire ayatetn, Including tlio linos h
Uniled States, inoreaaod tiio net
rating revenue from $3,883,007 to
,021,285,   Canadian lines of the ('.
R. converted a deficit of $815,886
Into a net operating revenue of $4.-
801.788 during tlie time reviewed and
i lie   net earnings   of   the American
■ s of Uie Canadian National  Railways Jumped from $3,823,007 to %~.-
18,400.
USE
•EEJTSRAZ-MAH
50 SnuiliiriB—Ko Sprajino—Ko Smifl
• Just Swallow a Cansule
Reatoros normal breathing, stops
munis gatherings in the bronchial
tuboa, irivi's long nights of quiet
Bleep; contains no habit-forming drug.
51 in :''. vnnr druggista. SciilI 4c
in stamps for a generous sample.
Templi tins. 142 King West. Toronto.
GUA.?.A.NTEFr> RELIEF   ""
Sold By
ciuxniiooii min; * noon co.
Put Stomach in
Order at Once
"Pnpe's Dinpcpsln" For Gases,
Indigestion, or Sour. Upset
Stomach
opo
"Cnllfo
fails li
fill todry
tomorrow.
A»li    yoi
"California
la Fig Syrup"
'Ol!
onl
ay   |M'i
and It never
A teaspoon.
a  m.I.   child
these  three   thousand  congregations'.'
The shacks are clean and the grub|Wll° e?er "aw """"i- How many of	
'll.cn, arc know,,,,, any reader of these, Cma P"**'™' use has brought per
Hell a little Vicks VapoRub in a
"im. Inhale lhe vapors, Then insert
some i„ nostrils. Bliuftlng It well back.
You will he delighted   to seo   how
■lulckly li clears the head.
Catarrh sufferers seem to think they
havo lo endure it forever because
tliey live In n "catarrh climate." The
disease is hard lo get rtd of, but VirltB
brings  welcome  relief and  in many
good. I worked for four dollars a day'
and worked shorter hours than I dtdilll,es? Tal"> "I' 'he Statistical Tallies
ni the farm.   And yet I am out on
trlke.   A lot of us have had time lo
o some thinking about It.
It  may he said lhat I am only n
seal, worker and have no interest in
permanent benefit to tho lumber workers. Maybe. Hut tf I waa a steady
ma,ion;   belli.III.
Vii:
In the Assembly minutes and see how! ,lt'K'' ,s " "■"''" i,r""P treatment
nmny-or rulher how few-Ot the con-'for "" coW troubles-absorbed like a
grogatlons aro now missing that were,""""1"1 ;1'"' tl10 ™mo limo Inhaled
there a dozen nr twenty years ago. In:ns " val"i''-
some districts one or other of the de-j Mre' J- B- Co>'er' Sl°- Anne, Manl-
iiiiinlnatlons lias withdrawn nnd noed-j"'ba. sil-vs: "' ■»» " BU'fer„r from
lesa overlapping has been eliminated, 'arrli and VU-ks has done me a gnat
Hut oiliciul reports a few months since I1'1'"1 "r good. I tried everything
gavo a total of only 56 Independent I w'thoul success until I used your
union charges    In   all Canada, and salve. I ennot praise It too much.   1
Instantly Stomach Corrected! You
. ver feel the slightest distress from
ndigestlon or a sour, acid, gassy
stomach, after you eat a tablet of
Tape's Dlapepsln." Tho moment it
reaches tho stomach all sourness,
flatulence, heartburn, gases, palpitation nml pain disappear. Druggists
guarantee each package to correct
digestion at once. End your stomach
trouble for a few cents.'
these r»r> are free ,o remain Independent, or to form any connection they
may desire. Tills worn-out fiction of
"tbreo thousand congregations" la a
monstrous misrepresentation of the
facts.
.1. Dr. Qandler asks "whether our
luiri'h Is to be ammo tn covenants
solemnly made win, others"—and he
stales  "There    are    some things Ihe
will never bowlthoul il. I recommend
Vicks to all s„ff tors form catarrh
ami cold in the head."
At all drug stores 50c a Jar. For a
free teat sizo package, wrlle Vlck
Chemical Co., :m St. I'aul St., W„
Montreal. P.Q.
Though Vicks Is new in Canada It
has a remarkable sale In the Slates,
Over 17 million Jars used yearly.
AMP  WHEN HE   WA? V       VMEtL  ClP
ACCENTED FOR PUNfHINO   )    th=    Jui/ciE
A rouErroa in the 'j/iatE V    let
HE WANTED to PAY  HIS   JN^
CO. ii    IM    IUCT1I  t WCMtc'/     il   .
WO. THE    JUPuE-   CLAlMEP
TIUT   HE   PIPM'T   PUNCH   TH6
FELLPwi;   fVOSU     IM
M^TALLMiNT*J .'
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
YAHK, IM'.      •       -     JAS. )l AII It IIM), Prop.
CLEAR AMI COMFOBIABLB    -   HOT AMI ((IIP H.ITKK
HIMMi WHUI IN CONNECTION
ClVjafUOK GLEANERS
ANDJjYERS
Every Garment sent to ns to be
Cloned or Dyed Is glvsn
Onr Utmost Care.
Our kn:nrled|a of tbe husiness
Is your assurance ot satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PRONE 117
ilrucglst for genuine
Fig Syrup" which has
Itrec .Ions for babies ami children of
nil agos printed on in,tile. Mother I
You lllllat say "California" or you
may get nn imitation fig syrup.
W/iCTIEIINTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed
L'rown lands mny bo pre cmpted b\
Rrit.s.. subjects over is years of ugo,
• ml by aliens un declaring Intention
■■> become British subjects, conditional upon resilient*.*, occupation,
i ud lmprovnment fur agricultural
,>iirjiost.-s.
Pull Information concerning regu-
in iuns i egardlng pre-emptions ii
given in Bulletin .Nu. 1, Land Series
"How m Pro-emp' Land," copies ul
which ran be obtained free «>f chargi
by ud-iresslng the Department ol
Lunds, Victoria, B.C., or lo any Guv-
■■.ii'i.eut Agent
Records will be grunted covcrluj;
only land suitable fur agriculluru!
purposes, ami which Is not timber*
land, i.e., carrying over 5,000 boan!
feet per acre west uf the Const Rang!
and 8,000 feet per acre east uf thai
Range.
Applications fur pre-emptions art
io be addressed tu the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Dl*
vision, in which the land applied foi
!s Rltuated, ami are made un printed
forms, copies uf which ean bo obtained from the Land Commissioner
Pre-emptions must he occupied foi
five yeara ami improvements made
to value of $10 per acre, ineludiny
clearing and cu'.ilvatlng at least th-(
acres, before u Crown Grant can bt
received.
For more detailed Information sea
the lJuik'iii, "How to Pre-empt
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications lire received for pur-
chnse of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being limbci-land
for aurlcultural purposes; minimum
pric: uf first-class (arable) land Is $£
per ucre, and second-class (grating)
.and $2.S0 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or leas*
"f Crown la ids is given in Bullotlr
Xo. io, Land Series.', "Purchase and
Leas- uf Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or industrial sites on
Umber land, not oxceedlnc -10 acres
may he purchased ur leased, tho conditions including payment ol
snuupa(*e.
HOMESITE LEASES
Trisiirvfiyed areas, not exceeding EC
acres, may be leased ns liomesltes
conditional upon a dwelling being
erected in the tlrst year, title beln*
obtalmiblo after residence and Im
provement conditions are fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
LEASES
For grazing and Industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 ncrei
may be leased by one person or s
company.
GRAZING
Under the Grazing Act the Prov*
I nee Is divided into grazing dlstrlcu
and the range administered under i
Grazlnp Commissioner, Annual
grazing permits aro issued based on
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners. Stork-owneri
may form associations for rang*
management Free, or partially fre.)
permits are available for setllcri
campers and travoli«ea, up tn t f
head
Diter Beer for YOU
British Columbia';, model brewery is
working day and night to give you
better beer—the hest beer—with the
strength, the mellow palatable "bite,"
the refreshing stimulation associated
with perfect brew'ng.
Insist
on Cascade—the better
beer — at all Government Liquor Stores.
VANCOUVER   BREWERIES
LIMITED
This advertisement Ih not published nr tllsplnyoil
by tho Lliiuur Control llounl or hy Iho
Uovitruuiout of Urilisb Columbia Friday, February 1, 192-1
THE   CRASmtOOK   HERALD
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(Licensed by Prov. 0-. rt.)
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PAINTER &
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Full  Lines n{  Willi Paper
In  Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phoue 409 it all hours
CIIANIIHOOK     .     .    .    B.C.
5
(Too lute for last week)
The Lumberton Clubrooms wan tha
Bcono of the Flrsl Annual banquet of]
UO.U 2016 on Wednesday night of last
wools, ('overs were laid for member*
of Lhe organization ami their friends j
m the number of forty. Tho guests
Btorted in arrive shortly before the
hour for the festivities lo start, name- [
ly,  utno-lhlrty.    A  imtfllcal  program I
furnished ontortali m ror all Uioa'1 j
[prooonl   prior io the serving or the
in ot.   Mr. 13, A, Cook mini iii the
capacity o( chairman of tho evetilug,'
while Mr. 0 N. Jacobsan waa tho occupant of tho toustmustor_ chair. Tlio
chairman of ho ovi ning oxtond d a
wolcomo in tho guoata ot tbo members
of lo.l, and tho festivities hogan.
ig table which extended Hie
■I ihe ball hod been nicely nr-
mil nothing was lacking which
make Lhe ovenlng an onllre
Mr. 13.
riu
been arranged to take place after tho
banquetters had satisfied their wants
nml several pood talks wero listened
lo. Rev. Lancaster, of Moyle, enlightened all the guests as to the purpose
of the organization. Its Ideals, and
some of its accomplishments of the
past. The program for the evening
yas as  follows:
Address of Welcome   E. A. Cook
Toaat   .."The King"   ..  Toastuiaslor
Speech
Then turn from  blotted archives,.
of the post,
And find the future pages wh'le   ;
UH   SHOW
JameH Battle, Roc, Sec
Toast; "The n. c. Styruoe Mills, Ltd
A. J. Nou mu ti.
Responded i« by ll  p Kllneetlver and
A   II  Hi swart.
Song    L, T. Dwelley,
Speech
lie   xlnil nnd
many,
Be sml and yt
frleni
are
or Hu
elf proud.    A
de, who had
ins. cortnfnly
program hud
T M HOTEL
Now Open
The owners of tills Hotel have
spared no expense in their endeavor to make it the most up-to-
date In the district.
!I0 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All with Knotting Water (Hot
ami Colli) some with private
baths, some with shower baths.
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class fireproof Hotel in tho city,
'CASCARETS" 10c
BEST LAXATIVE
FOR BOWELS
"They Work While You Sleep."
If you feel sink, dizzy, upset) If
ymir head Is dull or aching, or your
stomach Is sour or gassy, just take [Fred Hunter
BS  ihem  all
(J (I. Hunter
Musical Selection      Mr   Crowe
ToasL: "Loyal Orange Lodge 2616"
Responded to by Rev. Lancaster aud
W. Me I ii tyre.
Speech
Go loil In any vineyard,
Do not fear to do and dare.
—If you want a field of labor
You will find it. anywhere.
Rev. Lancaster
Toast:        "Tho Ladies"
Responded to by  Fred Tullocli
and
Top row
defence; Ernie .1. Colli
CANADIAN   OLYMPIC   HOCKEY TEAM    1924
Canadian Olympic Hockey Team, 1921, Which Sailed for France on Canadian Pacific S.S. "Montcalm," January I lid.
from Wl to rlghti Harold .Mc.Miinn, right wing; Albert J. McCaffery, left wing! Keg, (Hockey) Smith, centre; Beat tie Ram
Campbell, Harrj E. Watson, lefl i
cal; Cyril {Sic) Slater, left wing; Jink Cameron, goal,   Bottom row: Peter <
\V. A. Hewitt, -porting editor, Toronto "Slur," Canadian Olympic hocke)  representative; Dune, Munroe, captain, and ."'rank J. Rankin, roach!'
ono or two pleasant
rei love  constipation
No  griping—nicest   ci
on earth for Men, W<
"Cascarets" to
ir biliousness,
thartlc-lnxative
men and Chil-
(JOI) SAVE THE KINO
ilren.     10c   boxes,   ulso
sizes—any drug store.
♦'^♦♦♦'^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•fc
m  i
Regular
Meals
30 c
and up
An enthusiastic crowd -witnessed a
hockey game between Neuman's Cy-
aud 60c clones and Avery's Plashes last Sunday afternoon. This was the first game
———of hockey that has been played on
55.5.5BS the Lumberton rink arid from all indications it will not be the last. The
| married men. who were scheduled to
| appear against the men who have no
: ties that bind, failed to make their
appearance in a sufficient number to
I get a team together, so it is hoped
(they will be able to get together next
j Sunday. The game ended iu a deadlock, both teams scoring seven .points.
|    The lineup:
Flashes
Goal       Wodtske. A.
Defense      Avery G.
Allen B.
Forwards
Club Cafe
ANMAL MEETING, OF
THE B.C. DIVISION Ol
THE C. I. Sr.BT.I
■Arrangements in connection with
tho Annual General Meeting of the
British Columbia Dlvlalon of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, in the Hotel Vancouver, Vancouver, on February 13-15th, have now
been completed, and an excellent program has been prepared, All tlio subjects to he discussed at the technical
sessions   aro   of  timely   interest   and
Church and Hospital at Windermere Reportior Year
Cyclones
iMdntyre A.
1 Neuman A.  J
I Tulloch F.
Dobson A.
Robson J
Lancaster J.
Downey P.
Dodson T
McCray J.
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C Joe Bros,
mills' * GENT'S TAII.OHS '
Bog    lit   annimiu-o   to   their §
many totVOOT lady pat runs tliat I
Ihi'y nro aliiiln  inaktnR a spec- g
laltj ot I
LADIES' TAIl.tlltlM-
Vour Patronage is tnvltod     |
Qontloinoii'f Siiitu
Hade To ilfiirr ..
Th" Wry I jurat  StylM
:   Clonulng * Prosilng   : i
C. JOE BROS. '
:■ CRANBROOK BTHBRT
1    opposite Bank  of Commerce
1   I'.O. Max m
iitriiuitiitiutHwiiiiiiinnitiiiiitiiriiMiiiiiimniiii
riu ul11 reliable remedy for rhcu*
tnatl tu, neuralgia, sore throat nnd
B     Best Liniment Made
B' :i^ \.!..l.M•;.■l'^'v.^;l*^loNT.:lN.wlll■•ll;-
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Ot jS"-V,'~.-,;i^    ■■'•<. me I mii't tml w.ill.     '
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TMj'WV' Mh.nnl's i.lnimuit
iltvnya given wila-
fuciiiiii.   I*tn  any
Ditto   ur   iia'tti.    ll
olvsi i.iMuiu rotlod
Mlnard's Linimont
Co., Limited
Yirmoiiih,   -  •   N.S.
llnleae yon see the "Bayer Cross"
on package or on tablets you are not
getting iho genuine Bayer Aspirin
proved sate by millions ami prescribed by physicians over Lwoaty-lhree
yeara rot
Colds Headache
Toothache Lumbago
Ni uritis Rhoumatlsm
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept  "Bayer Tablets or Aspirin"
oiiy    Each  unbroken  patkags con-
talus proven directions    Handy boxes
twelve tablets  i a row cents, drug*
gists »!«" neii botles or IM ami too.
Uplrln Is the trade mark (registered
n Canada) or Bayer Manufacture of
Wi noai etlcaclde li r of Ba I yell lead d,
Alillo ii  is well known that Aspirin
, Thu Lumberton rink has become
| important factor iu the sorfal life ot
j tlio town, for everyone, both young
land old, Is taking advantage of the
'excellent skating for the past few
weeks. A dressing room has been
; provided to add to tho comfort of the
skating enthusiasts. One casualty
lias been reported so far this season.
(Mrs. E. J. Dobson. who fractured her
wrist is rapidly recovering.
; The Lumberton Club continues In
popularity  as a  social  center.    .Nine
I tables of whist were in play on Wednesday evening, LadJoa' honors were
awarded to Mrs. a. ChrhUenson and
ladies" consolation to Mrs. ,\ J. Neuman. Qantlemen'a honors were won
by Mr. F Koeoviou and the consolation went (o Mr. A. J. Neuman. A
luncheon *»s esrvod after the prizes
had been awarded, by Uio committee
in charge, which was followed by
dancing till the hour ot midnight.
Mr. Alex Stewart, ramp accountant,
has been down from the tall timbers
tor the past few weeks. Several of the
fellows around l.uiuherton are beginning to view bin slay with some misgivings ror he Is taking notice or some
things not connected with the regular
routine or the day's proceedings. Ho
lias developed u peculiar fondness for
coasting, however, he does not enjoy
thnt sport alone tor he always manages io have member or the fir sex
with him, and somulnics he Is not
con ton! with only one.
Involve  considerations
general public, is eqn
with thoso directly o
mining industry or the
Tho material welfare
lunihia is largely dep
prosperity of the u
All will agree that o
sible should  be done
>»h Itcmnie Producing: — From
uu expensive burden on the Dominion government, the Walnwright Buffalo Park Is now producing a substantial revenue for Cnnada. After the
'laughter of the 2,000 surplus animals
iu the park this fall, good prices are
wliich the
ally concerned
ng.igeit   iu   the
Province.
of BrlUah Co-
eudeiit Oil tho
lining Industry
verythlng poe-
to ensure that
general conditions shall be as conducive as thoy can be maito in an unin-
teiTupied and progressive expansion
of the industry. Certain existing economic and Industrial conditions are
exerting a retarding effect on our
mining Industry, and these may be
removed or at lensi ameliorated. The
promotion of the welfare ol Lhe mining Industry ia the principal purpose
of the Canadian Institute of Mining
and Metallurgy as sei forth In its
charter. In keeping with this pur-
post*, attention at the lorthcominn
meeting will he mainly directed to a
survey of Industrial conditions as nl-
fectlng mining in the province, with
a view to tlieir betterment. The subjects to be Immediately considered
are Included under the respective
brads of: "Conditions Favorable anil
Unfavorable to Mining in British Columbia; ["he Disabilities of the Coal
Mining Industry In British Columbia
and Possible Remedies;" "The Pos
Bibllltles ffor an Iron anil Steel Industry ln British Columbia" and "Rest-arch in Connection with local .Met
nllurglcal Problems."
The meetings are open to the pub-
Utter Continues to Make Good
Nhowing .in(i Now Church is
Also  itcffisiorlug' Progress
(Spe
were the onl
i rom outside
congratulate
I.run From
grain men a
more than m
out of that po
Vancouver t—Vancouver
e endeavoring to send
million bushels of grain
I tins mouth. Deliveries
at the Pacific coast port by the Canadian .National Rillways during the
present grain movement season are
eclipsing all former records,
Gold   Strike:
north of Sudbur)
a rich vein of
line of  the Can
Prospectors working
, Ontario, have struck
[old ore close to the
id Ian National Rail
ways. At a depth of 30 feet, to which
distance a shaft has been driven, the
vein has widened out to 14 inches and
assays of lhe ore show values averag
ing $28 per ton. Specimens of the
ore exhibited at Sudbury show small
nuggets embedded in tho rock.
means Bayer Manufacture, to assist °*Ing received trom the sale of meat,
he public against ImitalloiiH, the To- bldeH and bends, and old timera alt
iletfl Ot Haver Company will ho over the country nre enjoying the op-
itamped with the!r gonornl trade port unity to eat reul buffalo steaks
mark, lhe "Bayer Croat" and pemmlcnn once again.
Bruce Robinson
Tpaclier nf Manic
STUDIOt BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Phono 295 P.O. Box   762
HOflliMSOH'S QHGHESTRfl-DAIIICES HBHUIIGEO FOR
CRANBROOK CARTAGE* TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specially.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.IMt. DEPOT
Telephone C3
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P.O. Box IM
l-co Knrteso, i
ter swindler, wl)
vlet 11 ui ml    lilel
and mother to the
million dollars, air.
(below) in it I two i Mhiifii iwuuUMa
«N» b» OeyMtoU Dam, 4 *■    i*"1
Chicago's mas*
Ringed to hare
business   men
■'jtk'i'uui of nv«
iKfJBflft his  wife
I  Vo  the  Herald)
Invenuero K.c., Jan. UB:—Two Important annual moetfnga pertaining to
the religious and charitable interests
01 tho community wore recently hold
m tho schoolhouBo hen-, The first
ot thesa was iho vestry mooting of
* lirist Church and of tho Church ot
Englutul tn BBlottary pariah m u'm-
dortni ro. .\ review was made of the
affairs .-1 tho year just closod ami il
showed conditions 10 ho In remarkably wood shape iu ao far an the financial anil temporal conditions were
concerned. .Most excellent work has
throughoul been perfcrmod hy the
soparato organizations of the ladles
and llio young women of the district,
I'he vicur, Itov, F. ll. Atkinsou, gave
.1 mosl excollenl review in the following words:
rl horo havo been lati services held
111 Uio parish during the year 1D2.J of
which «6 were celohgatloiis of the
nny 1 ommunlon. There have been
u-7 individual connnuntons made last
year as against 604 the year before,
lbe communion was administered at
ISastor iu &o communicants.
I hen   were al.su
i> Baptisms, as ugainst IU in 1922.
IU L'ontlrmatlous     „ „
1  Marriage „        4      ,
5 Burials ,,        l      „
The Sunday School has had a happy
and successful year thanks to able
teachers. Miss Susie Nixon is now
helping wiih Primary. ICHrla WA. Mrs. Payne New WeMmtn-
Tho Womeu'B Auxiliary lias been ;slcr. Honor Ro„ from G w v A llm_
rery active helping with donations, porary); and a splenrti'l altar ma;
cleaning iho church and now selling |,-ronl MnJor F. B Younr
The furnace has been insialled and
lias   been   a   greal  comfort.     .Mr.   L.
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[      WINDERMERE
[   ^'STRICT NOTES
rl HI It 1 I 1-1 1-1-|
rgan playing.
The outstanding feature or the
lyoar'a work has been the bringing to
completion of the church, or al least
jto such a mate that 11 is usable. The
total   contribution  from  all   Bources
during  the past year to the church     lnvermere,  B.C., Jan
building  fund was $1497.40     Of this! rectors   ol   1      v\ ....
i$:suu came from the Dominion W   a.  u°neral   Hosj        gran   .. >   ...kuow-
!iiiul .Li'o through the S.P.O. from St,  ,edBB K'{l>  ,n':u  varloua  persona to
[Saviour's church, Bristol, which two I'"* worths Intuitu ogsl oth-
■ outstanding donations er '••tlcles and donatlou   were, holly
the  parish.      We  uiay!fr"m •Mr  and Mra  R   c.  Newton and
luraelves Uiat  there
\"H I'l-l I IP
dl-
rlot
no dobt upon thu building,  and
must press forward this year tu bring
thu building nearer completion    ami '"  '**■  :r'::i  :'i"i   A
10 furnish it in a mure dignified man- °°x ol
:nir,   Mr. Oeorge A. Bennett, as architect ot the buibiiii)- gave his services
|gratla.       The gifts received  by  the,
parish iu the shape of furnishings fur —
the church have been many and val- A apI«Odid lantern equipment has
uable. The brass altar cross came been a(ide,I to the agricultural cam-
from the W. A. of Holy Trinity cathe- Paipn supplies of the 11 gov-
dral, New Westminster; the brass' * rumen: expertm au! station here. It
altar vases from the local W. A; the'is un,kr lht? control of Mr. H. (J. New-
!>r and Mt *. C03 tx>m John
a   M Coskrie;   iwi   gramaphone rec-
da from Mr, Pirie; a generous gift
holm;
Mrs.
nr and a goodly supplj  uf apples from the promoter)
mere Christmas Th e •
a Inver-
iiiuent.
altar candlesticks from Mra. J Sinclair. The altar itself was the work
nt Mr, .1. Cartwright; the sanctuary
carpet from Mr. and Mrs. H. B. O-jre;
,a brass alms dish, anon; lectern from
Christ Church. Cranbrouk, lectern
I bible   from   Major   Young;   olivewood
the    .; ■ ■ .-.-•     ent, and is iuten-
ded  for ■:- ■ .::..  ,.:. |  bis  assistant
for lectures any place withiu the territory to « thi - atl in ministers.
A wonder: rang oi . beautifully prej -> ' 1 \ ... by the
suj  rtj ten lent   from  the  Dominion's
altar btokrest from Mrs. P. B. Young department of natural resources upon
and an altar service book given by f*ue request being received. Mr Saw-
Uie Confirmation class; cocoa matting wn 'his weei visited Cranbrook to
from Mrs. Kayson; framed picture attend ihe district meeting of repre-
t'rom Mrs.Newitt; a Iwautiful picture, sentatives of the Fanners' lu^itutes,
unframod  from Mrs.  Docking;   altar _
hangings from   Miss   Cross, forks..
m work to gyt the pews.
The Girls \V. A., donation tu church
funds bought the altar frontal and
green hangings for Trinity season.
While not actually a pan of the
parish work, but rather a community
service, tho Boy Scouts and Uie Girl
Guides have been active this year.
The Scouts held a camp on Columbia
Lake in August, 2d boys being present
(iiii Guides were recently organized.
also Brownies and already show evidence of the "good turn" spirit, by
cleaning the windows of the church.
Jhanks are agalu due to Miss E. M.
Kittie and Miss Dora K. Bodecker for
BALANCE SHEET
ASSETS
1928
Cash   (Bank)   $    408.55
Personal Accounts      -sOii.75
Less Reserve       153.36 709.3'J
Inventories          377.60
Buildings     6862.00
Furniture, etc      1701.87
Nnsurance unexpired            113.95
Total . .     10172.86
their attentions. A full financial
i-tatement Is given below. The excellent manrier m which this was
set out by the secretary-treasurer and
the comparative results as compared
with 1922 brought words of commendation to Mr. If B. Gore, Lhe secre-
tary-treasurer.
Mr.  A. G.  Cuthbert   v....-  reelected
president for his fourth term in office,
also very kindly spent some time in *}& other officers I - tli..   !   E  Fteber.
cleaning the grounds. [vice president; A   «■      ilhberl   sec,-
The second meeting was that ot the treas; directors; Prank G. Stockdale,
j Windermere   District Hospital Asso- E. M. Sandilands, R   !:. Bruce, Dr. P,
elation.    At this the reports for the- K. Coy, Mr;-. B. 'J   Hamilton, Mr.-. J.
past year were read by the secretary Uke. Mlsa E M  Kitt!    i; G. Newton.
and showed good results, the uniail- Mrs. E. M. Sandilands, W. Wier, A. M.
Ing exertions of the Ladies' Aid com-'chlsholm anr. A   Ashworth.    Messrs.
DIehl and Mr, G. Erlckson are to be
thanked tor giving their time freely
In this connection.   .Mr. Erickson has
ling in for special praise. Tho directors Christenson   and   A.
I have throughout been unremitting In appointed auditors.
E   Fisher  were
1922
245.0U
759.13
339.til
6964.00
1808.85
130.60
10947.25
RECEIPTS
Forward -  . J 10481.M   10248.7:1
Sale nf   Drugs      .    ..  92.90 36.4,1
Intoroai and Exchange 19.90
Hev.-inu'  (PatlonlB) 1420.75 2067.78
'i".eniii- (Contracts,
Donations and Udles' Aid) .. 8363.84 2247.63
.i venue (W. C. Board)   27.50 23.00
venue (Prov, Govi)   1001.40 1221.40
Val   $ 15377.01    16061.01
EXPENDITURES
Depreciation on  Bldga   $     298.00     $
Depreciation on Eq'pm't  ....       189.04
Repairs          164.10
Interest &  Exchange   .30
303.33
200.28
304.63
LIABILITIES
Accounts   Payable  i      S7.5'
Surplus      100fc5.il
Total     10172   6
-STATISTICS OF  INTEREST
Patients    ... 22
(Indian)     7
Hospital  Days ....                     ...... 831
(Indian)                . 61
Mabies             15
Deaths     i
Per Capita Dally Cost ....                  $ 6.93
PROFIT AMi Loss ACCOUNT
Salaries   Administration   . 180.00
.Nursing     .. 1036 00
Medical - 9.25
Kit. hen (82 00
Office   Expenses 101 B!
Water. Light _ Fuel 824 69
Laundry 207.30
Kitchen   Supplies     '*:.;7'
Drugs <k Surgical Supplies l;7!i.71
Insurance 66.66
Bad Debts Allowance 400.00
Surplus           10086.41
Total      3 15377.01     J
166.18
10947.-5
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ISO 00
1046.66
100.00
480.16
5-'57
855.00
320.55
1119.C0
223.93
62.50
300.00
104S1.12
H. B, Gore, Secretary Treas.
A, E. FISHER. Auditor.
HISTOIUCAI ASSOC.
WILIi IIOIJ) REUNION
OF PIONEERS
Tho British Columbia Historical
Association Is contemplating having
;t reunion of Pioneers of British Columbia, and would be glad If those
persons who arrived on the Island nr
Mainland prior to 1S71 would furnish
their name and address to tho Secretary, .t. Forsyth, Provincial Library.
Victoria, who win issue Invlttitlone
when arrangements are completed.
In order lo have the Hal of plnneem
aa completo an possible, all pOflOM
who    may    know  old-time  residents
will confer   a   favor   by   furnishing vinclnl Library and Archives Depart
names. ment, Victoria, B.C.
Local organizations who are inter- »■*»■»■	
esied Id the early history of the prov-      -^ B„g| ( (| Cww|
tnce are also asked t<> co-oporate with
Conditions In Vancouver following tho boll.
the Historical Association. This body,
te affiliated with Ihe Canadian Hls-|lln>' BOm™ look MM-ally promising
torlcal Assm-lation, und is alr.o an etatod G A. McNicholl, of Vancouver,
auxiliary to the Provincial Archivesjgonoral pasenger agon! of the Oana-
Department,  wheroln  are "preserved dlan National Railways, ou his way
tbo records, Journals, diaries and
photographs relating to tho Colonial
dayH of Vancouver Island nnd British
Columbia.
prqparod  forms for the  poisonal
recjiniH of pioneer residents may he,ihe wtnte.' are exceedingly bright
i»bUlue_ upon application lo ths Fro-iMcNlcholl added.
to Montreal a few days ago Merchants
claim to have done ihe largest holiday
business ever transacted lu Vancouver and proapecis for the coining of
American ami Canadian tourists for
Mr. iTAflB   FOUR
Till,  C1UNBROOK  lltiRAU*
Friday, February 1, 11124
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BIBLE THOUGHT!!
FOR TODAY
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=  THOU HAST A MIGHTY ARM; I
His will   He In
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OF
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AT
Standard Prices
is  iliy  hand, u:
hand,    .Inslire anil Jmli
habitation of thy thron
Itruth shall go before Uu
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Snniliiy, b'obrai
HE THAT I'.Y  USURY
liy right
i ore the
ercy nml
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Mt ki:i.. IKII.II I II 11 u.
Filled iu lile case of your choice | gain   Inereusoth   Ilis   substance,   he
I shall gather H for him thai will pity
1 the poor. A faithful man ahull nbouncl
SILVER (»H (Kll.ll   I In blessings; bill he that mukoth hnsto
I in In' rich Bhull  urn   he Inuoc nl
1 Proverbs 28:5,20.
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| FOB Tilt: LORD nun i> a nun ami n
I [shield : llu' Lord will live grnco nun
|   C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR NEXT to THE tost OFFICE    1 glory; no good thine win ho withhold
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RAWORTH BROS.
Che Cranbrook Gerald
Published Evory Friday
T A. WILLIAMS - - It,  POTTER, II. Sr.
' down office.
Whal a lesson in the ethics til politics!
NOTE AM) COMMENT
Siibscrlpllnn Prlco  _.iiii Per Year
To Dllllcd Slates  $2„-,|| Per Year
Advertising Rates mi Application, Changes of ropy
for Advertising should ho handed in not later than Wed.
nosday noon to secure attention.
Communications for publication musl bo accompanied
by the name ol' lhe writer, nut necessarily to appear In
print.
FEBRUARY 1924
svn mu tv« wed rev mi >at
1 2
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24 25 26 27 2S 29
FRIDAY', FEBRUARY  1. ID24
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WIIP'
ME, I
OEVKH
lllm .1 i
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Por whoso-
hall  In'., ii;
il     vei shall lot ' his life I'or
in;  Bake and  tlio go pel's ll u buiuo
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+   +   +
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BRE1  I .. IN, If n  man  lie nvorliikon
In a .   lit, j    which nre ftplrltunl, re-
Uoi .■ '. ■ .., ■ in ill    plrh ..i ni' i'i.
..., i   ...iivs iiorlng  ih\   li'.   leal   thou
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J1CSITS SAID UNTO HER.  1 am llu
resurrection nnd i; i    1.1 thai I i
llevoth in  inc. ih ii      .    wero doai
yol Bhall ho llvo;  \ml vho lover liv.
Reviving all the excitenienl of three years
ago, when the Crows Nesl train was held up at
,Sentiiiel, the capture of the third bandit concerned In this episode came like a holt oui of the
bine to mosl people who Imagined thai with the
passage of time the police would relinquish tin Ir
efforts to trace the man. Time appari ntly lulled
the hunted man into a sense of false security,
and when a watch, one of the articles of the loot,
was disposed of. lhe dragnet was drawn in upon
him. Less than a week from arrest sentence
of seven years had been imposed, and with Iwo
of the bandits dead and the other behind prison |
walls, linis is written to an exciting chapter of
Crows .Vest history after a lapse of three years.
BRITAIN'S LABOR GOVERNMENT
Now that tlie lirsi gasp of astonishment has
passed at the spectacle of a labor government
taking hold of the reins of state in the Hritish
Isles, il is seen clearly thai I here is little need
to fear that any very drastic legislation will be
introduced,
Apart trom the facl that the Labor party as
such represents only one quarter of the representation in the House of Commons, which
means thai ilif two parties iu opposition could
at any time unite to defeal it il precisely the
same manner that Ihe late Baldwin government
went mu. il is noticed lhal lhe personnel of the
Labor government ineluil** a number of a class!
who niighl rather lie described as advanced
thinkers or Insurgents from tlie other parties,
rather than pronounced Laborites. These men
could bi' relied upon lo act as a brake on the
wheel if there was any tendency to toy with
Such radical proposals as a capital levy, inheritance curtailment, and other drastic departures
from the comparatively moderate trend of British legislative practice.
Organized labor iu Great Britain came into its
own during the war period, when some marvellous productive standards were reached.
Many during those limes came into a degree of
comparative affluence by Inking to war work,
and became definitely enrolled under lhe
labor banner. Since that lime wiih Iwo big
jumps ihe party lias landed in the seals of the
mighty ai the helm oi stale, and whether tliey
are iu lbe occupancy of Ihe treasury benches for
long or mil, a new page in British constitutional
history has been written, and ibe probabilities
are thai the government of Ramsay McDonald
will not tarnish in any respect the shining escutcheon of ihe Mother Country's politics. Inu
rather add some lustre lo il. And Ihis in spite
of the distrust which faced the Labor leader
when he look over ihe government.
One might well ponder if politicians on this
side of lhe Atlantic have yet learned lo lake defeal with the same stoicism nml equanimity of
lhe British Leaders. Il was no secret thai Ihe
Liberals ami ihe Labor members were going to
unite to defeat Baldwin on a lack of confidence
vote lull lie did mil attempt to wriggle
out of an untenable position, He met Ills defeat,
passed out uml now joins Balfour, Asquith nud
Lloyd George, irom whom little backbiting or
vinilicllvi ness has been hoard since they laid
THK ENGLISH I'll KM 11. II STEPS HOWS
since the days nf Gladstone, Stanley Baldwin
blugtlshman representing an EngliBh constltu
lain tlie position of British Premier: anil, in
stone, during his last three administrations, w
Hie Scotch constituency of Midlothian ilssn-i
only oilier Bngllslimon who has been premier
slone. was Asqulth, who then, as now, was a S
lui*. Campbell-Bannerman ami Balfour wer
Lloyd Qeorge a Welshman ami Bonar Law
representing Glasgow.—Toronto Star.
tor
loed, Glad-
as SI.
898).
ore
;i :.
Sent
Car
Tli.
Clad.
mem.
men.
ilian
1.11)1 IIH IN llll IIA I.\
Commenting on Uie expenditure nl £354,000,000 on liquor in Great Britain last year, which was one of widespread unemployment, Sir Julm Simon says that, even
excluding the sum which represented taxation there was
lefl an outlay of i200.000.ooo lu drink, or more than the
total public expenditure on education, ami six times the
cost of old-age pensions.—Toruino tllohc.
II may
,.|l|ll Ml
MACKENZIE KING MAY MEET DIFFICULTIES
Within a mile more ihnn a month Hi.' governm.
Ottawa will be forced In meet a House nl' Trunin
which It stunds four short of a majority
In survive Ihe session, becaUSO lhe p.irtii
uot it unit ou any quesUon that has yet
cxisl from year to year on tho oppo-
is not ftnod for the self-respect nf any government, anil It
is more than possible that the federal premier may choose
the lessor of the two evils ami fare llu1 electors. If hi'
docidos to cling lo ofllce there is always ihe chance thai
ih" various groups to the lefl of iim Speaker may unite in
a division some day and force him out..—Exchange.
nine up.   Bul lo i
linn's sufferance I
Paul  Handle?    '.'ill
•tory in iii   bnlldtns i .
un! move his family lo I r
TIIK   MAN   WHO   I Ol.l.
ALWAYS  BEHIND.
NOTHING'S IKTOSSIBL
t'.i . vor try :■> .tl rlko n i
ah   ot crap?
-hut did
A MODERN SANTA CLAUS
^"ovief,
V
m> vor know that
TO.1l  MIX
;i record of two suiikohh on Broadway plcxlttcs nf life as it is lived in Amur-
ulone, 1ms roactieil tho screen. hcfti    \u-r beauty attract* unwelcome
Constance Talmadgo finally Bocurod gultorB ,,, Ame..*cll UH u (lf(1 jn Ch,
ihe mosl coveted play, which lias been
dangled before  the   longing oyea or
motion picture producers, and will be
Been as Ming Toy, Mu- lovely heroine,
.vheii litis PirBt National attraction te
shown horo on Friday nml Balurduy,
Once faced 11 real firing squad in
i South Amorlcan revolution ami was
mvud ironi death only by the timoly
irrlval of friendly troop •.
As  :i   youth   WaB   :i   BCOUi   With   Ihi'
Vmerlcan army in tho SpanlBh war. February s nml n. at Uie Star
Foughi against the lloxere wlUi tho     coiiBlanco Talmadgo crowna a i	
expedition son! from the Philippine-, u,lllU. (..l|1|l(1|. wl||l ,M... ,,,„„,,.,....„,.,„.
mul   Ma  woundod  in  the  battle ot .llly   brilliant Interpretation   ot   tha
I'eln-TBln wh. Qt Millf, T(tv    thl, Kil,, W|1Q wn-
A_ ;i member of Iho Texas Rangers roarod according '<> Uw strict tenet-
led the pursuit  which    exterminated nf tho ChlnoBe, relegates  woman in
he Shoms  brolhors,  band  of catllo the role   of   Blnvo, uovorthotoss ab-
thlovi    in   i!i->   Pecos RWor territory, Borba Uio culture nf the «lileni vxtet-
New Mexico. ling civilization.
Tool( part in the capture in' Jnuroz Fresh from an Orlontal background,
with Madi-ro and was ono o! the fain- Ming Toy is plunged Into tin- com-
ons Mexican's right hand men-
Was  .i   United   States   Marshal   In
Oklahoma when  thai  Btato was siill
known as iln> Indian Territory-
Is n lv, (| ute of tbe Virginia Mill-
la  mutter which  Il'hiIs to thrill  after
thrill.
Km iim chiofost charm nf Minn Toy
lies in iho refro-htugly unsophlaLGm-
tfil wny in whlcdi bIiq rogarda Anw-
irnii ways Boon through oyos tutored
Lo iho Bauvlty of tho Orlontal,
li is hero that Miss Talmadgo Iiub
hor greal opportunity for her ability
ns ,t commodlonuo, nu opportunity
which Bho iillllzos tn tho fullest o\~
tout. Tin1 plnuancy ami the verve
which mndo tho "mountain girl" of
"Intolerance" loved by millions make
th.- Ming Toy of "East Is West" a
never to lit- forgotten charncCorls.a-
i leu.
Holds ;■ long ''-I of world championships in cowboy tactics ami performances, among which arc tin*
championships fnr bucking horse lid-
lug and steer bulldogging and roping.
Has accompl'shod his greatest ambition—that of ikMiij: father to a beautiful baliy iiirl—
Has within ten years risen from a
poor ranch rider to the dizzy heights        |
nl" millinnniri'iloni   - j
Mo comes io 'lie Star theatre in his \
latest  William  Fox  produi lion,  "Do        j
ami    Dare,"    next    Wednesday    and
Thursday.
COXSTA-WE TALM.VDGE
STARS IN  SCKKI-.NIM-
OF "EAST IS WEST"
"East  Is West,"    the   outstanding
si.i^-i success of the past decade, with
A  friend In ;i strange town looks
like a dollar in n collection plnte.
Hi. Second Worsl
"Do your worst!"   she   whispered
hoarsely.
His heart failed him.
"Do your worst!"
Thi' fateful words rang in his enr.-i,
mul  he w;ts just  :i •  anxious as his
wife to get rid of the visitors wlm had I
called, but li.- concluded at  Hie hist j
moment to do only his worst bul one. ]
Ai cordingty, he played but did not |
sing,
Consfca.-nce Talmad^e $ni Ectwaid Burns
j* last is west
At Hie Star Next Week, Friday & S nturaday, February 8th and 9th
*■» ■♦—•—#—♦■■■•♦ ■»—•>--♦—♦—»—■*•—» •  »—♦—*>-*>-+*>-■
Cranbrook
Co-Operative Store
-♦ -♦ -•**—•—• ■■>■■»-■♦
 25C
90<i
li lbs. ior $1.00
50C
... z ilis. for 25c
 35C I"-
  45C
  7S-4
2.25
Large Tins Sliced Pineapple 	
McLaren'B Cream Cheese, pe   pm
Large Prunes 	
Acadia Codfish, 2 lb. boxes 	
Fresh Dales	
Lean, Streaky Bacon, in piece ....
(lorn on the Cob, per tin	
Jap Oranges, per box	
Washington Wagner Apples, box .
Young I lyson Tea   per lb. 75c
Picnic Hams       22C i"1'' ''.
St. Mary's Prairie Spuds, per saek  $1.50
The QUA1/ITV ni urn Qooils Is IteillOllllieroil l.ons- After
the PRICK Is  PorgOtlctl
Cranbrook District
Co-Operative Society
THK world la getting bo liiu mul
thoro ale sn ninny link, folks
anil hiK folks in it wlm look
forward t» a visit from Santa
Claus, all nn the samo day, thnt
tlie gonial old gontloman is' forced
by Hli' pressure of his dutlos tn
discard his rolndoor and iiis sleigh
mi (irciisiiins ami In travol on the
fast nnssongor trains thai aro
speeding i pie homo rm- t'lnisi-
inus Duy.* NutliiiiK hut lhe very
bvit wilt da SuiiU Claus, uml that
is why, ns you see horo, he has
chosen as his steed ono of tho huge
locomotives m' the Canadian Na-
tlonal Railways. Those locomotives, known as the (1000 type, nre
tlie biggest passenger locomotives
in I'miii.Li. Santa Blnus posed for
ihis picture wlii'ii he wns Inspecting lhe engine so tlml nil lhe boys
mul girls, ami grown-ups, uio,
could be suit that ho would roach
lllini ou ('In . ,1 nimi Eye,
TONIGHT k sriTltlilY
:ls  week  "i'.li:   IIOTTEXTOT"
si (hie liiu Continuous  l.nintli
PROGRAM FOR NEXT        	
WEEK, STARTING
MONDAY. PEBP.UARV  4
TOMOIIT & SATI'HIIAV
This weok "THE  HOTTENTOT"
Tlte Benson's   Itlcue-I   l.iiutrh
MONDAY   and   TUESDAY
"THE WANTERS''
Featuring HAKIE PREVOST and a Big Caste Including IHlle
Itlelinril llea.lrlek
Tin •. .'i.l figure Is n niiiiii in a wealthy noma who marrlcH n inombor nr llio
larall) an; Is given Ihe luxnry she craves,    Though pretty clolhou nnd a life ot ease
■"  Iter row ... slu also wants friendship ami confldoncc.    Ami iTioao Iwo priceless
ii ed in   ■> her husband's snobbish relatives.    Pooling horsoll unwelcome
"■:       ■■ runs i wny, nml there is a molodramatlc climax.
( (iiiieil). "HOUHHISO IT."     Till; SPAT I'OIII.V
WEDNESDAY ami THURSDAY
Tom Mix in "DO & DARE"
ll rilling into nt Ibo Amorlcan plains nml a Soutli Amerlran revolution.
iry <   lencos in il orly dnys el Uie Frontiersman,   shows billion
. then Jumps ta tlio presenl duy with noroplanes, motor transports ami hand
.  a iioppj MIMni. of notion ami Innghlor. n\i: ill' TOM MIX'S III M.
.. Homo program wo have added n Bpoclal Christie comedy ontitlod "THE
' :\ . Iiii*-."*   'il!. wns ini'.ii beard one or tbe world's largost battlosblps ami Is
li   'ul   m ii a 1 comedy, ami slump! mako this program one limit romombbred In
L'ranl rook
KIDDIES:- Free Matinne Thursday al 4.15
iii I v ,.(il•'ATT'S'VAHIKTV STdltl'. IIASI.AJl'S DKUG STOItK AMI
i! ;   lUtAMlROOK  IIGIlAlill.   (lei  your tickets at  HASLAM'S and
IIOFATT'S.   Let's (lo.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
If  Constance Talmadge in 'EAST IS WEST'
Mltl'inis havo throbbed nml lniinheil and throbbed up:.in tn the reneti« of litiln
M:uk Toy from iho Lovo Boal in Shanghai.   Sin* oscapod vvtfo shivery thoio, but riHkt'd
.: H in   -in FrnnclaPo'B Chinatown where Charlie Yong, "Ftfty-ftfty Clilnnman."
DiiRhi i ! ; mu.   iim Hilly Benson, wlm hml Havod hor owv, found her.
<''?:m(mI}! l/irry SiMiioii in "THK MI1>XI»IIT CAHAIM-T"
ro.MINOt Kriduy anrl Saturday, February LB & Hi
Norma Talmata in "WlTHIJi THE l-AW"
w%
 xa_CT >*o"o"*o o"o nr u :Vt ■ ■■ i' n i' n o o^n o tM il > an oa p l, P 0 Frldny, Fohrutiry 1, 1(121
Till:   CHAXI1IIOOK   HERALD
PAGE FIVE
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Commencing Friday, February 1st, at 9 a.m., W. D. HILL will open
A TEN DAY SALE
We have decided to put on a Sale of Everything we carry, aud
WHEN 1111,1, POTS (IN A SAI.K, IT'S GJ3NTIXE.     We   quote   a
few price* whxh will govern throughout the entire store:
' V   "_^2^ 1 A L_    ^^» ,-/  r I    r   rfi    ,\\- a. i I     'BSafV^T ,^A\ .
( \;  ' /: I      feWllS
I     "   »:ffl leiii'W.* I
Ladies', Misses & Children's
Shoes
LONDON  l.AHV SHOES
llegular price $3.00 for     2.25
Regular price }G.OO for .... 4,50
EVERYTHING IN
Winter Underwear
jj will be sold ui
HALF  PRICE
T".r*»cof»o tTti  fVo+o  ^„ e„i„ l""1 remember   we carry only the PEERLESS
Dresses OS, Coats on Sale      ,,,m.; ,„■ ( xi.eimyeau. which is ■ standard ime
!,.■■.«■■'■-•'■
;..'■'   ■    I,
,.-.,:;....
[iATDIES' DHESSES will be Sacrificed al almosl
HA I.I  P1UCE
and is well known to the public.
A Qarmoni regular price $1.00 for 50c
A $2.00 Garment for    1 00
LADIES' COATS will be slaughtered in a like    A $4.00 Garmenl  for       2.00
manner. Either In single Garments or Combinations
All our We have placed on a count-
Ladies' .Misses & Children's er a full line of
RUBBERS SILKS __ SATINS
w'l' '"' s"1(l al All Shades, to be sold al
One-Quarter Off Half Price
regular prices.     ASK T0 SEB Tms Lm.:
*-o    i       t\ot\   in acta  ltuo i.i.\r.. f*- a" ,-
■J     A Rubber regular 60c for 45c   - //;'\   '
Regular 80c for   60? TABLE  LINENS   to   be sacrl
Ri pilar $1.25 for 95c flced
v_£l        ' -
 Everything in ••_     i, --
AS ,11.  of            DM*JOOODB   -   PLAIDS Wp^j
fi CREPES to I"' Sacrificed
Porch  Dresses     corsets  -  brassieres
to be Slaughtered. HOSE and waists
W.D.HILL
EXCLUSIVE LADIES' WEAR
Free Matinee
At Star T
in
e Kiddies, Thursday, Feb. 7
SHOW
THUR.FEB.7th
Oodles of Fun
SAY. K11IS!
We appreciate your patronage during 1923, so instead of giving you a Cal-
(■ linr we are going to give
i .r.i all u
BIG FREE SHOW
Get your liekets from our
Drug Store on
Wednesday"
Line up 111 from of the
POSTOFPlCEon THURS
HAV SHARP AT I O'CL'K
Come due Come All!   The
more llu  merrier
Parents may call for Kiddles llokelB.' duly a limit-
ed number ol tickets available,  Come early on Wed
nesday anil ami.I tlte rush.
Extra Special
watch OUR WINDOWS
.■'eh. 16  -   III  ■  17  •  18
—   Por Ileal  llariralns —
We  Save   You   Money
II A S I. A 11  The ItnittuW
Box 140 Phone 16
AND\)p/
Specials
For School
Sups Lever Action
Self Filling
Fountain Pens
Gold Plated Nibs
TWO DAYS ONLY
50c Each
Wed. <&.' Thur.
Feb. 6th <S£ 7th
Onlj  Pour Dozen in Sleek
Gel Years
Knowing iliai tlie Boys
and Girls are tired of getting Free Rulers, Blotters,
Calendars, and all kinds of
ol her School Supplies from*
us, we have decided to give"
(k) Mending Mm "dough."
.;'   IS   llll
haircut al
III.
a real
UIU   \. TOIl  THE  FREE   i!ATI>
STAR THI IA1    VPTERNOOX,   It
\ FIRST Ci.M 8 l'i IVY HI 1 I
ERV  Sfl 1,1) SHOl'1,1) OKI'  \  TICKET
[1
: ■'    EV-
, fVffJV.w.v.vrVJVew.\v.v.\\v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.,.-.,\.:.'.:
i ;■ Boys _< Oirls get vour Tickets :•
I  N   o\   wi:n\isini   NEXT AT li.vsi.Wis   Dl IRE oil   •.
fAllll 8TOI1I    i
\\ Free Matinee 'DO and DARE' k
•: :•
;. ON  IT    VXD WE WANT EVER*   SI ItflOl                      '      '   .;
i nil  TO DR THERE      HAVE A (1001) TIME   Bl'1   HE SURE  '.Mi   !•
> Ol T  Mil !.'  TICKETS   IVI II   l. II1AV                              '!
i*     flfe CRANBROOK HERALD     .:
■ ,■.••■.".•
Don't Hurry n trap drummer, they are
1 liiibio tu beat it. .     , i
.... N"- '""'l. ttn not tlie
['unions Lnsl Words.   -  Thanks, old home o(
man, I'll pay yen back next week.  »—•*■*>—	
•   •   •   • POME
Momenta of Aimer:   Some gool ask-     Uu Ii
ing  ynu  toolUtli   question  No   57.492.]       Utile
■ "Why  is  the cm ean     bo     near    tl ••     Thi
shore?"
ATTENTION GIRLS 1
DON'T'S FOB LEAF VKAJt 192-1
llun'i   Slnrrj   a   hockey  player,  they|(ienrge Auton Suys:—Try our special!    HOME,        \ SLEEPING FLACE
■itiim -skunks" on. soup sandwich, meat Isn't in it. \j vu  nn   (JAHAGE.
.■I v.
Don'l  Harry a Spanish danei
arc liable to wiggle oui ol It.
hey Bert Gmd)
Ml   tilt
llon'l Harry tt tennis player, they will and h(
Bel ynu Into the courts. •   •   •   •
* *   *   • 0. N. Jncobson Sny-:— This happens
Don'l Hurry a contortionist, ihey arc every day.
all wrapped up in themselves. •   •   *   •
* *   •   * Tom Hogarthi  .Ja eat "Scotty?"
Don'! Harry a ballplayer, they are al- "Scotty" Mitchell:   No.'Jew.
ways going on a "bat."
* *   »   •                     ' Lloyd Crowe Soys:—Those who st;
Don*! Marry a golfer, they are "drtv- onl    all    night   ain't   always   night
ns." watchmen.
i knew a Bhoe-        The a thn can bottle up his
maker  who  was  arrested  because  a  nn,{\, .„ n|| ,*.,„., . a corjjert
guy took a pair of shoes to be heele-1 j                       .    . .   .
JIMakfii IdoutHj
"Mary. [the house
one raorntns ■ .  Jimmy four
times er. so I turned down • hia bed and
-■'*•'
"Oh. John >- u?    That
iV means !ii:- m n cook!*1
H " -  th n
J mmj hi al Smith's,
*   ■   • and  thi bed la«t
Don'l .Marry a baker, (he) are nl way* Iter! Fen -k defines ,. Rudolph Val-    ■ - '
Swimming   a   Feature   of   Banff   Winter   Carnival
A FREE l^ATiNEE
THUR. FEB.7TH
\ii: will ravE away
250 Tickets
(in IVK!>\'ESI>AY, I'Klt. (I
All boys and girls arc re-
qui iti (1 lo line up at the
POST   OFFICE   CORNER
AT I. O'CLOCK
THURSDAY  li:n. 7'ITI
MOFFATT'S
VARIETY STORE I
v.v.w.*..*. :•■•-'.'.•
The Story of "DO AND DARE"
lllimdi'.    wllli    t heery eye* nud    ii
cheery disposition, Mary Lee wns Uu
ime bin concern of hor father. Col
"Hondy" l.i't', posl commandanl of
suii-imlu'il ii nd dosolated Fmi Bond.
she was iho pride of the camp and
beloved by all.
Onw spring morning, Mary and two
soldiers rodo ihrouHh the stockade
gates, Prom » distant foothill( Yellow Crow, ronogade Indian, vvalchod
them with eager eyes. Crow's chief
point of hatred wiih the "puny sol
tilers" of thi* command und Col, Loe,
who had sent him to prison for theft.
There wiih a sinister gleam In the
rodakln's eyos uh he saw the girl ami
OSCOrl leave tho iirrny eoiitlm1. Three
hours Inter Mary was Yellow Crow's
priHnncr.
IMiliiiK toward the posl nt tliat nio-
nient was lUo army chief Of scouts.
kh Carson Boono, a young plainsman.
Boone's quiok eye oaugh' Hiniit of the
two lioilleH of tho fallen BOOUtS, Willi
u Hpark of llfo Ht111 loft tine told of the
KSSUUlt.
inn, ihe di sen rode tho mt,
lie found Mary In an Indian*lepee an
hour Inter. Together they crawled
la Un ed| ol Uio now slei tilng Indian vlllage/nnd fled toward tho post.
Tho galloping hoofi i rous d tho Indians, Led by Crow ihey pursued,
Many shots were fired. Blf ill ig the
stage conch tiny hastened toward it.
Boone told the driver tho Apaches
were coming and, na he rodo, hnjtded
the girl up to the coach passengers,
An exciting ride followed, Tho girl
wns shot, hut hy n flying lean ho mini,
ngud lo catch ihe coach and null htm-
solf inside. ,\ soennd Inter, uu Indian's bullet killed Ihe driver. The
scout grabbed the reins nud piloted
Iho four horses io tho posl BlocVndo
mul lo safely.
i   Tho Indians atiach
and  Boono rode lo a <
reinforcement
,1 lhe Blockade
io a distant camp for
Though  wounded ho
then   returned   wllli   three   troops   of
cavalry nnd won the day.
Ami Hieii It dopolops Unit all this
Is bill a ITOUp of  .undent!)  narrated
by an old timet i In n ror-i
nor tlmi store.   Bui lltei    -■■ a among
thoai  who llsteni illd manner
, i d Id nry Boone, lineal di t ol
. ihe gn al Bcout, Kll i 'an on it" me.
i Cnrrlod awa) by his emoilom . n nrj
: whipped oui his two ri volvors and
' proceeded to ahi .i; an the place.
: Hearing tho r sthi I , the sh iriff camu
running up and then only did Henry
realize whal ho liu.-i done, lie fled.
panic Btrickcn to lhe dooort. Into tho
' nIjilit lie rode, nnd sighting n camp
ni,i.it ||S Wny to It, \ Henry (inn i up
i hooded figure arose li proved to
he Kiln, ii beautiful Spnnish girl.
/.[in nnd the Iwo men with Iter nf-
forcd Henry $1000 If ho would do
I tbelr hlildiiii Henry n< cepti d when
I told that In hnd onlv lo deltvor a nns-
; igi In Kt,<u. isco I orilohn, Tamnle
; Awnmi, city i . I'anaram, in the dis-
, ant ropublb of Hi il i ami. and ul
! dawn in* was < ff in an ntrpiano,
Neur mldnlghi <>n tbo outaklrls <>r
I'aiiarain. Hie airplane doscondod for
repairs.   I'VUetal lotdlers pouueuil up-
n Boone and dragRi i him to a pell
w I,, ro hi - i'.o !.■■:  was taken    Z\\ '•
niesi ago   told of i .spiracy.     The
..-. q| . wero lo ninsa iu or an old rul i-
I od mission, she said and attack lhe
city ni mitlnght.
j A firing squad nl daylight took
1 Hotiry mil for exi cutlon. in the mid it
: in proccodtnge an air plane dropped
jii bomb, li throw the soldiers into
confusion, during which the pilot
: i nma near the ground. Honry seir.oil
n rope banging from the air machine
und was pulleii lo safely. Later he
wandered bat k t ■ the city nml sou iln
safely.
liobel soldiers mistook Henry for
the girl's brother, nnd he said ho
would go with tin m thus Riving tho
brother lime In 'escape. Later, wl on
Henry was aboul to bo released, SSItn
entered. "There," ihi htsaed, pointing lo Honry, "Is Iho iralior,"
! !
Henry was ordered BhOl, bul  In a
dramatic turn of ovonia he routs some
I approaching rebels uml ovary thing
.nilii hu|iplly.
LEFT I
rot'  RIGHT 1  The Can nnd  HmIii.
DBLOWl  The  town uf llinff.
BANFF Winter Carnival, it has
been definitely arranged, will
take place this year from February
2nd to 0th, both dutes inulusive, and
will be run concurrently with Banff
Bonspiei, which Will be held from
February *Ith to Oth inclusive. The
Carnival programme Is practically
the same as last year.
When mother nature undertakes
to make Banff wonderful in winter
time she does her work in a finished manner, and when she has
completed her task she leaves behind a frozen world held in. terrific
frost and deep snows—snows which
sparkle in brilliant sunshine like
some scene in fairyland—and frost
which gives just that tang to the air
■which invigorates both mind and
body, and holds even the unromnntic
spellbound.
As n summer resort Banff is
known and recognized throughout
the Dominion, but tho Winter Carnival Is only just becoming known,
and by those who know it—loved.
Tho attractions are many for the
camera cnLhiisinst. There are bright,
glorious days, when tho pulse beats
h flh and the long icy stretches on
Bow River beckon tho skater; long,
anowj slopos glittering in the sunlight 'give joy to the skier; smooth,
glistening trails woo tbe snowshnes
i',,!., paths - wonders hitherto unknown; ami toboggan slides thrill
alike the old and young, lhese are
bul 0 few of tho joys which Banff
tins to offer the world in winter time.
,   la addition there arc inks through
that wonderful mantled forest with
dog teams, or hikes to snow covered
pciiks which surround the valley during the day, or better still, in the
evening when overhead is a most
wonderful of all wonderful moons,
looking down and smiling on a romantic world, wrapped in snow.
The only artificial thing about
Banff ia the ice palace—all else
"just happens."
Those renders who remember the
thrill of a "slide down hill" of childhood days can live those days again
on tho toboggan slide constructed on
the natural slope of Tunnel! Mountain and running straight down to
Banff Avenue. At night the slide
is brilliantly Illuminated and makes
a beautiful picture in a setting of
pines nnd snow-clad mountain peaks.
The mountains alio afford another
sport—ski jumping. World's records
In this sport have been mndo at
Banff, but there are little hills for
the amateurs, The largest Banff ski
hill has been constructed on lhe
northern slope of Tunneil Mountain
and is now recognized by the ski
fraternity to be the best natural ski
hill In Amerirn.
Hot sulphur baths uru one ot the
chic! attraction* ul   Banff   at   all
times, but ;n wlnfa r, with '-he water
in the two public bathi at s temperature of approximately 100 degrees,
and the atmosphere down to anything a3 far u 40 d greet below
zero, icicles decora'.ing the surround"
ing walls  anil ■ i   moun
tains all around you, With only the
blue vault of the sky for a roof, is
a unique experience. Tne baths aro
known as the Upper ll""- .Springs
and the Cave und Basin. During tho
winter carnival a programme of
swimming events is arranged for
various champion
The sleigh dog races also provide
an interesting part of the festivities.
The beautiful Bow River, swift
and turbulent in summer, remains
during the entire winter a solid block
of ice. Here the curling rink nnd
the natural skating rink have been
enclosed and fancy skating and
hockey form one of the chief sports.
Beautiful Banff ti situated at tho
gateway of Canada's greflt National
Park. It ll a place which, summer
or winter, provides for tho e whose
lives are otherwise cait in busy
cities, a wonderful real among the
hills, which stand as silent sentinel*
and spell that pence which pussoth
understanding. fAOE 81-
THB   CRANBROOK   II ERA Lit
Friday, February I. I MM
mctbodist QMircbm- ■■•c- ""gft
11 a.m.-
12.11
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd
"THB GROUND OF OUR FAlTH"Junior Choir
SUNDAY   SCHOOL aud BIBLE CLASS, led by the
Pastor.     Free discussion   ot   vital topics always
p.m
ANSWER  TO  VITAL
s ol Sermons
QUESTIONS.
"JESUS'
1. "To Whal E
Itlon and Custo
Sha
We Hi
Bound By Trad-
Senior Choir
A (OltlMAl, WELCOME TO VISITORS
School Inspectors Report
Covers Scliool Year 1988-1993)
Close on ill School* With
1110 Teachers
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
f
l> B . Vt . A . F E lt (i I E
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning mock
I'Uuu tl.     Dolce Ileum
t to It, 1 to ., p.m.   Hutu. U tu
j
Drs. tirccu & MacKinnon
I'hyslclnni ami Burgeons
Office   at   reutilcnco,   Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
AtternooiiB    2.00 to 4.00
Evenlnge   730 to S.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
ORANBROOK, B.C.
DIt. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOURS
fi to 12 a.m.      1 to 6 p.m.
Hlnioti BU., CltANIIROOK, B.C.
*' ■ ■*   '
F. M.
MAUI' II E
Undertake.
I'hone KO
RgON
Norkury Ate., nexl to
City Ball
I-ODUES AMI SOCIETIES
.--■                                             >
Saptist Cburrb
PASTOR   W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
,     -     =
MMiAV. FEBilrd
11  ;t m.   Morning Service.
CONVENTION ECHOES.
Sunday School 1-.00 noon
Classes For All Ages
7.30  i>.in.   Evening  Service.
WHAT A BLIND MAN
SAW."
Ordinance ot ihu Lord's Supper
In the evening,
l— ^
Tlie Wn) ll Felt
Lie Johnny, aged six bud been to
h, and lied displayed more than
interest hi tlie sormon, In which
irigin of Eve had been dwelt on
mo length,
bis  return   from service, there
boinfe g«
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
MeotH In the |
Ii. ui P. llnll
Afternoon ■>? the ,
flret Tuesday at ,
8 p.m.
at dinner, lie liad also
nod deal of interest in
especially tbe pie and
All  ladltn 'ir*i !
cordially Invitocl
President:   Mrs.   W.   \V.   Wolfor   ,
Scc.-Treauror:    Mrs.    I'inlnyson
lino afterwards, being nits-
as found sitting quietly in n
iih his lunula pressed Light-
is ribs, ami un expression of
_oty t>n his face,
what on earth is lhe mat
;etl Ills mother in alarm.
ia, I'm afraid I'm going to
rife," little Johnny replied.
I. O. O. P.
KEY CITY LODGE, Ao. 42
MeBts oTery
Monday night at
'The Andltnrlum
Sojou.'niat; Odd Fellows are cordially invited.
N. Q.      -      -    U. \v. Loonard
ltcc. Sec.   E. O. Dingley, P.G.
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Price $0,50 .Parcel post
25 cents extra
Lift Off-No Pain!
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Geo. R. Leask
I'lONKK't BU1XDEB
AND   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work,  PJclur*. Framing
Estimates  given   on
all elass«a of work
OfflOOl Punier Norbury  Ai
anil Bdirordi Street
PlSi»nfl!JI    ,!
IH'II.DKIIS  AMI
COXTRAI Ttilis
■
Di m'l hurl one bltl Drop a Utile
" "none" ..ii nn noltlng corn, In—
• CnincKliri' t, D./an '--ly t_t corn Hops hurting, then
; JdlllSUUl y IK Kydll        iHiiiy ,■,.„ im n „,( wm, fingew.
Vour drugglsi sells n liny bottle ot
11'"'■." tor a !■ »■ cents, Bufttotent
j to remove every liartl corn, sort com,
I or corn between tlio toes, ami tlie foot
.-! calluses,  without  soreness  ur Irrlla-
I'letiniaies Clvun and   '.' irl
Quaranteed
Telephones 233 nnd 80S
0RANRR00K     -      B.C.
i___Bii::;:i..i;        . ;
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I.ACJiDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Hill's
First clone Work Oniraiiteed.
Milk is
Letter
Here
Montana Restaurant
Meal- nl AU Hoar*
Clftri, Ctftrettei nnd Candles
Crmnbrook HL I'h.irif Ml
Opp. Bank of fJoramero*
The Public Schools report issued by
iho Depot tmont of Education Cor the
year 1922-1923 contains the following
Trom Inspectorate No. 14, under tho
supervision of Mr. V. _. Manning, Inspector, As will bo seen the territory
embraced is a large one and Includes
practically all classes of school condition found anywhere, irom the large
graded city school to the ungraded,
one-rooined Bchool,
Mr. Manning's report reads as follows:
"The boundaries of this Inspectorate rotnalnod unchanged during ihe
year It COCtonds from Sandon and
|Willow Point ou tho west to tin* In-
j terprovtnclal boundary, and from
Cooper Creek ut the northern end of
Kootenay Lake nml l„m;bwonil school
at yhookutiu'htick son th ward to the
International boundary. Included In
Us limits are the city schools of ('ran
brook, Pernio nnd Kaslo, with forty
llvo teachers, and sixty-one rural and
assisted schools with ninety-one ten
Chora.
To care for an ever increasing
school population two teachers were
added to the Cranbrook staff and an
additional room was opened in each
of the Klko. Kimberley. Wardner and
Valik schools. Tlie Roosvllle scliool.
which had been closed for two years.
was reopened. The Curzon scliool did
not. open as there wore not sufficient
children available. In Pernie and
Crauhrook the School Hoards were
unable to find suitable temporary accommodation until permanent additions were ready for use. and it wai
necessary to put classes on the "don
hie shift" plan, tho former city having six such classes aud the latter
four. But in both cities the ratepayers realized the advantage of having
good buildings, und with the opening
of school In September 192:., ample
accommodation was available for
full time instruction. In the Michel
school district the accommodation was
not only insufficient but the two four-
roomed buildings wore in a very dilapidated slate of repair. In McQulre
Assisted Scliool District, now Clras
mere, the ratepayers have built a moil
em school of which they might well
be justly proud. New standard school:
built by the department at Wynndel
and Willow Point have been much appreciated.
All schools were inspected during
the year, and with the exception of the
Pernie schools I was able to make two
Inspections, A few of the ungraded
schools received a third visit. As the
supply of qualified teachers was more
plentiful, the number with temporary
certificates was greatly reduced. Even
tho fully qualified teachers are realiz
ing more and more the necessity of
"refresher" courses, and each year
larger numbers of them are taking
advantage of tho summer courses of-
feared by the Department at Victoria
ami Vancouver, It is pleasing to note
the Improvement in the teaching of
those who have availed themselves of
this Instruction.
EJntnance examinations wore held
at. seven routers. If we are to judge
the year'-e work by the pass list, the
results must be considered as satisfactory. Of those writing the examination fib per cent, were successful.
A feature of this work was tlie splendid showing made by the rural schools
where, although much handicapped,
a large percentage of the candidates
were successful in qualifying for nd
mission to high school.
In the competition for excellence
in physical training the prize for
large graded schools wns awarded lo
Division 4 of the Pernie school, taught
by Mr. 0. IK Stocks. The prlzo for
small graded schools was awarded to
Division 1 nf the Sandon school,
taught by Mr. E. B. Broome. In the
ungraded schools the prize went to
the Hosmer school, where Miss A. I..
Kerr was the teacher.
During tbo year I was able tn test
-00 pupils with Intelligence tests, the
two forma used being the Otis Croup
Intelligence Scale and the National.
The results proved most Interesting
In tbe principals, teachers ami my-
*solf. Au effort was also made to ns-
rtlst tho Facility of Education of the
University of Toronto in compiling
Canadian scores for tho Ayors* Spelling i,1st. over thirty thousand words
were given to 2.000 pupils of tho city
and rural schools of this Inspectorate,
tip to the present tbe results or this
research work in spelling are not
available.
NATIVE SONS URGE
PROPER RECOGNITION
AS CANADIANS
Pans    Resolution    Accordingly
Which Win Be Forwarded
To Ottawa
t the last
local branch
anai a an in
put through h
od to lion. W
other as i
doi'satlon
"Where
sion :,. n
Natto; i :
lion w.Uiii
"And  v.l
within the
a native n
•■Ami wl;
LorostB of
eguJl
f   Un
Nat
nblii
Tin
nihci
iquin
tl law
jurlsil
id nnP
•ling of the
VB Sons ol
in! resolution was
lias boon despatch-
IcKenzIo King mul
Hit' Order for dilution reads:
ognlzed by
oreou horn
a nation is
of
wmdaM^^hdc^S^^
TRADE  MARK
73
al of thai nation;
i in iin> best. Initial ami material
growth of Canada as a nation ami a
unit of Iho Umpire lhal Canadian
birth und nationalism should ho fostered to tha end Hi,ii pride ot country
should he foremosl in the minds of
the mulve horn and to those ndirtllted
to tbo privilege of Canadian citizen-
ship;
"And whereas though the Census
und Statistics Act requires al tho taking of each census thai the population
shall be claasilled by nationality and
race, etc., ft hits in lhe past been the
practice of the Department with the
duty of taking the census to deny the
right of one born within Canada to
classify himself us a Canadian national and of Canadian descent l.y reason of his birth wlthn Canada;
"And whereas thi:; practice is detrimental to the creitlon of a true Canadian national spirit ami in effect
proclaims to lhe nations of the world
that the Qovernment does not recognize Canada as a nation;
"Therefore be it resolved that Ihis
Assembly of Native Sons of Canada,
No. 22, of Crauhrook, B.C., place itself
on record ns protesting to the government of Canada against the practice of not recognizing those born in
Canada as Canadians when enumerating tbe regular census;
"And furthermore be it, resolved
that we respectfully petition tlie Honorable the Premier of Camilla, the Ht.
Hon. W. I-. McKenzle King, that tbe
regulations of the Census Bureau and
of lhe Vital Statistics Branch be so
altered as to have \u future all nallvo
born residents of Canada enumerated
and recorded as Canadians;
"And be it further resolved that the
Secretary forward this resolution to
iho Grand Secretary requesting his
co-operation In securing the endorsa-
tion of ll by nil other assembles as
soon as possible."
linve fourteen members; Alberta will
huvo stxleeji, an Increase of four;
Saskatchewan will have twouty-ono,
.i gain of five, and Mnnltnbn sovi uteon
a gain of iwo, Ontario, Quebec, New
Brunswick, Prince Edward island ant!
Iho i'ukon remain unchanged, with
BS, ii'., 11, ■! ami 1 rei pei Ively,   Nova
ICOtltl,   under   the   OXll Llllg   law   lOHOS
iwo seats ami will have fourteen members.
The nexl session will probably be
ihe lasi before un election, nnd redistribution musl. lie dealt with.
I.ITTTIil.  ON
TUBERCULOSIS!
	
To Command "Around
the World" Flight
LIST OT COSTUMES
AT IVV. CARNIVAL
Tlin.SDAY  LAST
There was a wide variety of fancy
dress coBtumea at the masqueradi
cCrnlval Thursday lasl al tho C.R.C
rink, when prizes wi re awarded as
suited lasl  week.    Tin   complete list
'iu m
Helen
Jack
ylor.
Gladys
Honalil Moffatt, clown;
Briggs, cow j:iii; Margueri
Dutch girl; Joe Little, flap]
Atchison, flapper; Willie
Charlie Chaplin; Eva Wesl
rette; David Weaton, squaw
Nicholson, gypsy; Mali olm Harri i,
Captain Applejack; Sheila Paterson.
scarecrow; Leltch Paterson, modern
jester; Iiiii Wolfo, ti mp; I hriss.e
Chnrboneau, Chim o; .' : Gooderham, Turkish Girl; Mary ( brlstian,
lady; Margaret Godderis, Lizzie Ann;
Margaret Johnson, snow queen; Grace
Barber, cowgirl; Pauline Bowness,
Chinese lady; Lorna .Barber, Chinese
lady; Ernie Laurie, negro; Han Brake
devil; Jean Ward, clown; Ivy Ward,
gypsy; Mary Rankin, clown; Rita M ■-
Burney. pirate; Colvln McBurney,
tramp;   Kathleen   Dallas,  Minnehaha
(Continued from Page Dnej
is another cause,   small globuloa td'
spray suspended  in   tlie air contain
many  of lliese  f.eriiin.   which  ait-  Inhaled i>y anyone in iho vicinity. Dl-
icel   sunlight   will  destroy   1116111   111 u
few hours and daylight In n few duys,
bul  poorly  lighted factories arc fav-
orablo lo iheir existence.
■■ Ton Symptoms
Tiredness, loss of weight, a dry
I hacking cough, niervous instability,
rapid pulse, slight temperature In the
morning, below normal, in the afternoon, above; chronic Indigestion is
:tis-> a sign, while a persistent cough,
hoarseness, or recurring colds should
be looked into. Hemorrhage however
Blight, and pleurisy are sure signs of
the disease. Ninety per cent, of bem-
orrhag a are tubercular while about
the vaiue percentage of cases of pleurisy are tubercular.
There has boeu greal progress made
along preventive   lines.    Care  should
bo (aken lo guard against reactivation    - ,„.,..,,
of the germs.   People should BuardiG_BLS! A OLEASHJUASS
againsl    overstrain,    overwork    and
overworry In fact any overindulgence
of whatever kind.
Cap;. Martin, in command of the
four t'. S. planes, to essay ;i trip around the world, starting In April.
OT BEAUTIFUL HAIR
J5-C(!iit "Pnntlerlne" So Impro
The cuiiy infection can be lessened     vcs LiiYIt'ss Neglected Hnir
by careful inspection of all cows. This
is now being generally done nnd the
people nre demanding it. People with
the active disease have to be taught
to properly lake cure of the sputum.
If this were done the disease could
be wiped out in two decades. The
death rate from tuberculosis is gradually being reduced. It is most Important llial all sh Uld cover their
mouth when they cough and those Infected with the germ should carry a
idiat
I.:
Alleyno Wullfnger, I
er and V. Kummer,
body; Don Ar : ie,
Moffatt, tramp; Mis
man; Miss Pattenw
Wright, clown; Mill
Can pb 11.   girl; gauze or other cloth iu which to conga
ly; Emily Plotch- and which could be deslroye.il.
• ir t   Mrs Bnme-      people should not delay going to
Itlerjot;   Stanley sanitariums as throe times the num-
i Bardgett, Irish- ber can be taken care of In the early
n. Spanish;  Miss stages than lu ihe more advanced,
fed Harvey, pier-     Children  should  not   he kissed  or
FERNIE IJIRLS TAKE
LONG i:\U Ol SCORE
IN GA3_E WITH LOCAL!
rot;  G.  Blumenauer, soldier;   Louise fondled by persons witl   tho disease.
Robertson, villlagc U.-u; Phil Briggs,   y Message of Hope
lineman; Marie Patterson, boy; Mur-     -n,,.   great    majority   of   the ea-
iel Baxter, plerrot; Mabel Finlay, win- ves taken curly nre cured.   One may
W.  J.
Mcln-
lo  lake more rest   and    forego
Win Out Saturday Last  liy
Score ot 1 to I  in Fas!
Encounter
The  extruMe  richness of ra-
clflc Milk Ls mostly due to the
Bplendld   milk  supplied by the
dairy bonis   in the .Lndner and
Abbolsford    districts.    The  nat-|
a ral flavor   is kept hy tbo lin
proved prions used in our fnc
lories.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd
Head   Office,   Vuncor, ht,   It.C.
Factories   at  Abbotaford) und  1.miner.
Dog Derby Plans t—Teams aro In
training and extensive preparations
are being made for the holding on
March 11 of tbo seventh annual Dor
Derby at The Pas. Manitoba, Special
carnival features are being arranged
and accommodation will be provided
for tbo visitors. A carnival que°n
contest l» adding lo the Interest In
this annual event.
ltuii'alu Moats on Trains: UntT.il.>
tongues, tails nnd steaks are being
served on Canadian National diners
on transcontinental trains, the company having contracted for the entire supply of tongues and tails from
animals slaughtered nt. Wainwright
buffalo Park. Buffalo monks and
rousts are Mug served in hotels of
the Cnimdlnu Nation! system,
Though beaten by the Fernie Ladles' Basketball team, tlio Cranbrook
reptesentatlves have every reason to
lie proud of the game they put up
against their more experienced opponents. The local girls have been organised hut a short time and have had
only three weeks of practice. Being
Without a second team also makes ii
difficult to develop the fine points
needed. Cranbrook played the same
five players through the three periods
Wheras the Fernie team bail spare
players. This was of course an advantage. Both teams were guilty of
unintentional fouling, which for be-
pinners is hard to avoid. Three periods of ten minutes each were played
In the first period the Fernie team
got a field goal nnd a foul shot whip
Cranbrook succeeded in getting a field
goal, making the score ',\-2. The second period was fast and was in favor
of Cranbrook as far as tries were concerned, hut ihey could uot make them
count. Neither side scored during this
period. The third period was a fast
one. Fertile getting two field goals
ami Cranbrook one. making the Bcore
7-4.
ii Is expected that the local girls
will play a return game at Penile In
the near future.
Mr, Qeorge Auld of Pernio, maunder of the team, accompanied thi
girls nml engineered the mime form
lllO   side   lines    The   lineups   Were   Q8
follows:
('riiiihnink
a     renter Annie Molr
Pot-war
some pleasures. Early Infection does
plerrot; ,,,,• produce active disease, but if they
Ilk lliir|- are active thoy can he cured if taken
• Derby; In ,•„.,, This js where the value of a
lis, pier- Bcn0ol nurse comes In, to follow up
Dm Svo- SMCi,  cases.    Cancer and goitre are
Guards
K. Andortn
Norn i! in
M. Burta
.lane Wolf
Penile
Peggy Pi
Helen [to
l.thta Jol
C, Merco
l, Corbet
lv Nicholson
10. Bonn
After tlio gam
entertained ut a dame at which a uu
enjoyable lime was hod. Ttmpli
refreshments wero ulso Bervod.
ter;   Florence   Finlay.  plow
Leigh   Dutchman;   Mrs.  G.
tosh, beach girl; Art Walla<
Laura Wallace, rose girl; Pr
noli, peroxide blonde;  Era.
shire. Aiuii  Polly;  Nina Fin
rot;  Vora Baxter.  Vennle 1
den; Jessie Baynes, Maid of 03. Icloso Beconds and should also have
Judges: Mesdames Green and Mc'early diagnosis. In curly youth goi-
Kowan, Messrs; A. Haworth aud W. H. ires arc not particularly harmful. If
Wilson. it develops serious symptoms It should
The C.A A.A. wish to thank the var-jbe looked after.
loua buslnesa men who have sn kind- The death rate from tuberculosis In
ly assisted us with prizes: Messrs. A. Saskatchewan In lull was 48 per 100.-
Raworth, W. II. Wilson. .1. P. Scott.tQOO; In B.C, 79, und S7 In the whole
Delany & Sinclair. Parks & Co., W. dominion. The denths in the Domln.
D. Hill. Beattle-Noblo, Fiuk Mercan- ion were 7,900.
tile.   E.   11   McPhee.  A.  E.  Leigh,  M.      At   the  conclusion   of   tho  address
McCreery and Sully Sullivan. (Mr. Fiuk thanked the speaker for his
.. .._-•-,  I very interesting nnd valuable lectun
One of the things you cannot de- and also complimented the Women'
posit nt a bank is a promise. Institute    for    their activities along
•   •   •   • these lines and for arranging for   the
Too many young people imagine lecture that they bad listened to. A
they are live wires because thoy are A hearty vole of thanks was gi"en
rtwoWng the speaker and the Institute.
An    abundance
of luxuriant hair   jT"~-**
full      of      gloss.   '../^
gleams   and    life
shortly follows a /   ,
genuine toning up \  i
of neglected    )
scalpa with dv-
pendable "Danger Ine"
[•tolling hair, itching scalp and the
dandruff is corrected Immediately.
Thin, dry, wispy or fading hair is
oulckly Invigorated, taking on new
strength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderlne" :s delightful on the hair;
a refreshing, .stimulating tonic—not
sticky or grei.sy!   Any drugstore.
CLEANING — PRESSING
— RBPAIHING —
Passion Players Awe-Struck But
I   Unaffected Amid New York's Glitter
Spares
j the visitors won
B.C. Will GAIN OM!
SKAT UNDER THK
ItKDISTKIHITION  Iti!.I
I'olnl Soills III Diniiioiiio House
Will lie Increased From
2(15 to 245
Ottawa:—Under the now Redistribution Rill which Is called for hy the
last census, thero will bo .Mr, members
Instead of 23G as at presenl. The gain
will go to tho west, while ono eastern
province, Nova Scotia, unless an am-
ondmmit Is mndo to the British North
America Act, will lose. Hritish Columbia will gain one member and will
From tbe valley of Oherammorgau, In Bavaria, where their lives an
molded to the character they aspire to portray Id "Tbe Passion Play"
(produced every 10 years) has come a small hand of wood carvers to
eell iheir wares, all returns to help feed their starving women aud chil
dren, It Is their tlrst trip away from their valley. Though awo-etrucb
and marvelling at the life nml glitter of New York, they refuse to \*
moved from their simple Christian thinking and ways of living. Head'
lug Ihu group Is Anton !,nng, who le tbe present Vhritiua, having pod
trnyed Jesus in tbe last three productions1, bis brother Andrea Leitt
tat*, aud Guldo Mayr. Juta*.
Von Will Make No mistake
in Ordering (hut
WINTI.K SI IT or OVERCOAT
—  From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Ilornp Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
I'liouo 410     ::     l'i o I Id
MONUMENTS
CAMl'Iim,    *    "ITI'IHK
MOM'MKYrAI,   CO.
IfolMn
L. I). Cafe
(Utile Davenport)
WIibii you  wish lomethlug good
!o cat  go io the "L.D."
OI'R    PRICES     tilt.     ItU.IIT
Fuj i
Tea
Rooms
Ni
xt Futn (
rocory
0001)
Mli.VI.S
::
::
TEA ok ciiiti:i:
Ki;l<
in iu I-,
KRMII.K
T.
FUJI*.
AMA
£__(*_
I IMMIIIOIII   THAIS TI.1IKS
vll n; HAIL. -To Nelson, Vanoouvnr,
Iponnno oto. Arrlvo llUO p.m. Inavn
V30 p.m.
SO. IIS DAILY—Ts fornle. Lolhbrloge,
UoillHiio   lint. CalBhry,  eu:  Arrlv.
Ull p m,; Il'uvu 4.l>o p.m.
'Itllllirnilk,   \V.v<'llf)V,   Kimli'Tlry   Hit.
titiet
«0, 848—l.oave 7.05 a.m. No. 824— Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Crnnbrook, l.iiRe fflndermerf •„
tlolilcll Service
Monday ami Thursday, eaelt week
—NO, S21, leave 0 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—NO. H33 arrive 3.30 pjn.
For further particular, apply to any
ticket agent
J. B. PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agaot, Oalgan. Friday, February 1, 11)24
THE   CRANBROOK   IIKKU.1
PAGE SKVEfl
KIM
RLE
WYCLIFt
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN AM) ABOUT THE BUSY TOWJiS ON THK NORTH BRANCH, IVHERE -UMNO, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS AUK SUPREME.
KIMBERLEY
**************************     List   your   properly   with   Martin REMAINDER OE i
* Bros. 35tf        CURLING SCHEDULE
f!   ,,   ,        ,,    r. FOR KTMRERLEY CLUB
*   mru/r   .,nTrr<    "•■    ll,,,,|»'y enthusiasts  wore given  a 	
|   NEWS   NOTES   $ g  tut, clean name lo watch
**************************; S lay lasl.     Prom ths   llrsl htt-off
MEET ME AT THE NEW  DIMOR'S
Where Nine Lost Their Lives in Century Wreck
1,1   Hie
sh   It   proved Interesting.
I Flrsl  blood wenl    to tho Cranbrook
The fourth room ot tho Kimberley 1 men.   who   scored two points boforo
llhllc school will lie opt il nil Moll-1 Kimlierley   gol   Blurted. However,
ay. February llll.     Miss Dloboll Is when Ihsy did kcI started llio liniull.
I
|
I
lfi
r
to bo in uhnrgo of tin* now class whlol:
will eonstal o[ arntleo 11. nml III. A
iiom clnBs ror beginners will also open i'ii Monday morning,
Clroai Intoroet is bolus Utkon iu tho
leu carnival wliich is being hold nt
Iho lowiislto rinli on Tuiirmliiy, l-Vb-
runry 7ih. Klmborloy'a Own Hand
will provldo mil ale Tor llio ovenlng.
riub Cafe. Cranbroolr, commodious,
Cloan, comfortable, 16tl
Air wm. Archibald spont several
days in Kimberley this week,
NYii iijinioy, or the North American
Life Assurance Co, spent n tow days
in town lust week.
Tho local branch ot the (i. W. V. A.
are holding a sorles of dances in the
Oddfellows' Hall, dancing from $ - 11
every Monday. Come with tbe crowd
and enjoy yourself. .
Before deciding on that new building or tbat repair work*, Bee Geo. It.
I*ask, tlie Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf
MRS. V. CALDWELL
KIMBERLEY
LADIES' MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S   WEAR
It will pay you to see our prices
before you buy elsewhere
Wo Carry a Full Line of Wools
1 oz and 2 oz.   All Shades
FAKC_ WORK
cap only proved an Inooutlvo for bel
ier play, ami when Lhe final whlstli
blow Kimlierley bad won with n scon
nf fl-B, StM'li I'Nlliiisinniii waB shown
by Hie supporters thai n special train
was charlorod for Wednesday evening's gnma in Cranbrook.
I'll   moot   you
Crauhrook.
it   tin
ClUh (are,
BBtf
Tin* Kimberley Curling Association
was ropresonted nl tho Cranbrook
bonspiei by two rinl.s. The curlers
wore it. Crerar, 12. (J. Montgomery, E.
.lames, F. S. Shannon, E. Marsden, D.
1/ Thompson, A, Higgins ami Wm,
Poole.
Mrs. Williams or Trail returned to
her home oa Tuesday after spending
a fow days with her sister, Mrs. Shannon.
Anyone considering taking life insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest Iffo company, and
have specialized ln that husiness for
fifteen years. lBtf
When Yon Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phone 20     ::     Cranbrook
Sole Apcnls tor Klmoerlev Townslte.
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*
| Announcement f
OR. g. LORNE RICE   §
H
has    opened    a    permanent *
■J1
Dental Parlor tn Kimberley. •>
having taken a suite ovor tho •>
Dimor's Cafe* *]*
Dr. Rico will bo in Klmb- *
orley permanently after Jan- ^
uary 14th, 19-4. J
KHNIKItr.tiY OARXIVAJ.
IS POSTPONED TILL
THURSDAY, FEB. "Ih
Owing to being unable lo secure
the music as expected il has been
found necessary to postpone the big
ice carnival scheduled to take place
al Kimlierley. This was to hnvo
been held on Friday of this week, but
is now announced to be hold on 'be
evening of Thursday, February 7th.
A full program of ice events is
scheduled to be held, including skating races for all. Prizes are also lo
bo awarded for tbo events.
Announcement
DIMOR'S GAFE
AND ROOMS
Newly constructed, are now
open to the public. You will
find tbe cafe clean, comfortable
and up-to-date in every particular. Rooms are furnished with
the best, and hnvo hot and cold
water in each.
Draws Vur This
Mouth II' Tlu
H
lather Perm
its of Good
Foi
Enough Ier
owing is lbe
'emalnder of thi
schod
ile ror ths  K
ni berley  Curling
Club,
to bo played If
weather permits
The
Irsl   part  of the Bcbedule was
pu bill
hod last week.
SI i
1. Crorar
Maradtti
Lindsay
Blletson
Shoot
3. Montgomery
McKechnle
Marsden
Shannon
February 4
Shoot
l. Crorar
McKechnle
Shannon
Murphy
Sheet
2. Montgomer
Kay
Marsden
McKeown
robrunry C>
Sheet
l. McKechnle
James
Montgomery
Lindsay
Sheet
2 Crerar
Blletson
Shannon
Kay
February S
Sliest
1. Hines
Marsden
McKechnio
McKeown
Shet.:
2. Marsden
Murphy
C-erar
James
February ll
Shet t
1, .Montgomery
Elletson
Hines
Shannon
Sheol
2. Kay
Lindsay
McKechnle
Murphy
Pehru
iry 18
Sheet
l. Crorar
McKeown
Kay
Elletion
Sheet
2. Montgomery
James
Hints
Lindsay
February 15
Shoot
1. Crerar
Murphy
Above are remains of the death coach on the second section "of the
New York Central's 80lh Century train, which was struck by tbe engine
if tho third section near Erie, L'a.   Klne were killed and thirty Injured
SKI-KIRK LEAGUK
BONSPIEI. PI.AVi:i>
J\ TOOK Wi:ATI
i to 3, and Douglas of Hull River
Montgomery of Kimberley 12 to
ER0,
Klmhorloy liinh Coptures Cosmopolitan Trophy;  Other
Two  Events to Homers
Tbo  curlers  wero  not  very  forlu-
uate In their choice of dates ror the
Selkirk District Bonspiei, or perhaps
they had displeased tho weather man,
for lie served up ubout as pour a sample of January curling weather as it !;■
would be possible 'o Imagine. A sheet Speneo
of water covered the Ice during tic
entire spiel, making the playing any-  .Morrison
thing but satisfactory.   It was a good
deal of throw the rock and trust to Barber
luck.    The finals wero reached Tuesday evening.   In tlie Ciiuill, Crerar of Halcrowo
Klmb*.rley and Cameron of Cranbrook
were iu the finals, the trophy going McPhee
to the former.
In the Grand Challenge McPhee and  Bownosi
Halcrow were the contenders, lhe former carrying away the cup, while tho Burton
Cosmopolitan  was won by Crerar of
COSMOPOLITAN
Douglas
Douglas
MacPherson
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
Montgomery
Morrison
Bealo
! THE
*
Otis Staples Lumber Co
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumb
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SI.AH WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS AULL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
er
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
»4f^4.t|i^*|..|.^t|.t|.^^f *M"fr'H"fr'»'ti ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ■» ■» 4* <■»»»»»»» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»
WYCLIFFE NOTES
lleri Sang, disciple of our lady nicotine, spent an hour or two iu Wycliffe
on Tuesday, exhibiting a fine Hue of
pipes, tobaccos and persuasion.
team, and losing out by only
"iu- goal; in short, a mighty flue performance, and hardly expected, iu-
deed, mosl who witnessed the game
agree that had il nol been tor the
sterling work of Peerer in goal for
Kimberley. the Bcore would bare had
a different appearance.
Kimlierley.    Two rinks from Kimber
Doran
ley -kipped by Montgomery and Cre
Crerar
rar, two from Bull River, skipped by
Crerar
Messrs.  Med rath  and  Douglas,  with
Crerar
twelve Cranbrook rinks, were in the
McGrnl
i
bonspiei.
Brown
After  the conclusion of the  spiel
Brown
tiie   curlers   repaired   lo   the   Hotel
GAULT CUP
Cranbrook where a banquet was enjoyed.
Burton
Burton
i'or the new Bowness Trophy, Bull
MacPh.
rson
**+****+■!•*****«•*+*+* *+♦+*
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
—o—
hoots ,vm» SHOES
Suit ('uses mul Trunks
OVERALLS
limits anil Slwi'K NYiitly Repflirod
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
STAPLE ai PANCT GROCERIES
DENT'S   FURNISHINGS
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES AND HOSE
—RUBBERS,   GLOVES   ETC.—
SEE US POR PRICES -
Kay
.1:1X1-
Sheel   2. Montgomery
.lamps
River becomes tlio first holders, two
games being played between tiie Kim- Doran
berlBy and Bull Rtver rinks. McGratli Halcrow
it Hull River beat Crerar ot Kimbcr-, Halcrow
Hlnei
Blletson
February IS
stunt   i. Montgomery
Murphy
'SHIPMENTS OK ORE
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
.\w»vv.v\*a*.v.\%%*.s%v.wv!
£ Morrison & llurkc V
% Donlors ln Coal and Wood J
j.     utANsnii uoiih ohm:     5
nr   I
i
Tell your wives and tell your
friends
- ♦—♦- i   ♦   # -♦ -
WHITE LUNCHj
NOW OPEN
NBALS AT AM.  HOURS
•   •   •
A LA CARTE SERVICE
MIKE   tt'.lKYM'K - Prop.
1
-»—>—♦—♦-♦—*»—♦ ♦■ ♦ -♦-♦
2. Kay
McKeown
February 20
Shoot   1. TUnes
Murphy
Hints
J units
Kay
Murphy
Hines
MiKeow,.
;    Following la
rec*feed at (he Trail Sn
period January 15 to 22 ine
| Nairn* of Mine and Locality.
Bosun, New Denver, B.C., .
Hewitt, Silverton, B.C	
Knobhill, Republic, Wash..
Paradise, Lake Wlndermer
Morrison
tatomenl  of ore McPhee
■ for the
Tons
,.., 20
.... 34
... 103
J.C., 41
Roseberry Surprise, New Denver,
It. C,   (lead) 104
(zinc) 4.1
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C  42
Van Roi, Silverton, B.C  S9
Whitewater, Retallack, B.C.,  Mead)47
(zinc) 20
 4270
Billboards nre  nol   tbe most nrtiatir
things in tbe world.   But a billboard Company Mines  .
Is usually a bin Improvement on wbnti
' It conceals. Tola
4810
E
If ■
UIO I'AHKY A FULL LINE! OF
Watches Clocks Silverware
Notions and Jewelry
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
A TRIAL Will CONVINCE
Kimberley Jewelry Store
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMBLTINO AND RGFININO DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   MI-flBH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
I'arehMtrior Gold, Slher, Copper, Lead & Zinc Orem
Prodr.-en of Gold, 8ll*er, Copper, V\g Lend and Zinc
•TADANAC"BRAND
GRAND FANCY
DRESS CARNIVAL
Kimberley Skating Rink
(MeDOUaAI.Ii IIKHJIITS)
Thursday, February 7th
At 8 o'clock        (NOTE CHANGE OF IUTE)
GOOD MUSIC AM) PRIZES
ADMISSION IN COSTUME 50<S
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS FREE AFTER 9.30 p.m.
BIG EVENT OF THE WINTER
»*********«*«**# «—«-«—»-♦-»-
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT
"The Music With The Pep"
IMIONK 300 BOX fi„2
McPheo
Montgomery
Bowness
Cameron
Beale
Brown
Slienro
.\1
McO-rath
Douglas
Cameron
Barbei*
Lloyd Crowe came out ol the woods
to pose iii the neta for ('ranbrook dii-
rlng the hockey game in tliai city last
Wednesday evening, Incidentally covering himself with glory.
A number of Wycliffe people attended (Iip curlers ball In Cranbrook on
Priday npht last and are giving
evidence of satisfaction at the evening's enjoyment afforded by the patrons of "the roarln' same." The local
contingent Included Ivan Johnson,:
Peta Franzen, Walter Staples. Bert j
Johnson and Bruno Bourgeois.
A hockey game was scheduled to
lake place ou the local rink last Friday night, bringing together the Sawdust Leaguers ami the ('ranbrook
Rinkrats. However, the Crnnbrook
team had to keep a date on tlieir own
league schedule and were unable to
make ilie trip, nevertheless the evening was not wasted, for on being
communicated with, the Lumberton
dub agreed to bring their team for
tlie game; and some game ft was.
Between the noise of battle, and Fred
Hunter rooting for Lumberton most of
the snow slid off the dry-shed roof.
The score stood 4-4 at full time and
an overtime period had to be played
to decide the Issue, which prove*! tu
be in favor of Lumberton. the final
score being 5-4. Nearly all the players did a star turn on ihe ice so it
would be difficult to pick out the shining lights; even one of the goal umpires, craving attention, did a little
interpretative dance suggesive of a
nigger with the spring halt. Good
feeling prevailed throughout the game
and it Is to be hoped that a return i
game will be played a! the neighboring lumber center iu the near future.  I
More than the usual number of Wycliffe hockey funs went io Kimberley, Sunday night for (lie league
fixture and were rewarded by a good
fnst came, witnessing the unusual
sight of n badly crippled team, Cran-]
brook having but iwo regular players
on the lineup, and no subs, carrying
tlie fight tli roughout t he game,
againsl the usual strength of the op-
Uoyd Crowe turned   In   a   class)
performance tn front of the strings
at Klmberli y, Sunday hi, particularly in the second period, when he
was forced to strike an attitude of
:'■'•■: ' me i i again in order to
protect his citadel.
Dii k White]        la  u     :. ■. ,■  ,.....
ualty  in  hockey iving met
misfortune fn the shape nf a cracked
rib. We hope that he will soon be in
the Cranbrook lineup again, repre-
sentlng the home town in his usual
■ :'■■ ':'■'•■ style.
GRAND CHALLENGE
Halcrow
Halcrow
Morrison
Halcrow
Bowness
Bowness
Crorar
Halcro
Burton
MacPherson
MacPherson
Doran
Doran
Doran
Spence
Brown
McPhee
McPhee
McPhee
Barber
Barber
Beale
McPlie
Douglas
Montgomery
Montgomery
Montgomery
Cameron
Cameron
McGrath
The Suspicions Feminine
"Vour wife is nursing 9 fcrouch lint
she?"
"Some."
"What's the trouble?"
"Four people havo told her that our
little girl looks Just like mo."
"I should think (the would be pleased nt lluil,"
"HIhi might, hut thu child la adopted."
Hev. F. V, Harris' i on I i ted service in the English church, Thursday
evening.    After the . vestry
meeting was held and thi fi II wtng
church officials appoint!d: Vicar-
warden, Mr. C 0 S iples; people's
warden, Mr. J. S. Staples; Sec.-treas..
R. K. Trew; church committee: Mrs.
C, O. Staples. Mrs. Chas Johnson.
Mrs. W. J. Cox, .Mrs. R, E. Trew. and
Mr. J. A. Yager.
THE
Official
n_ATH_B nrr.T.ETix
Thermometer   Bending*,   ni
Cranbrook
January
January
lanuftry
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IS
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Harbor Record: Vancouver harbor
rreated a new record for de-: iea
shipping on January 12 writh 34 deojj
sea ships at apct ■ I ives loading for al] the world. Six of the ships
were loading cargoes of wheat for
the orient and ten for full cargoes 'o
Europe. The remainder took part
wheat and general or full cargoes of
lumber to various parts of the globe.
First Picture of Crown Prince Home Again]
Here h the iu,t Hm, exclusive picture of tbe German former Q-wu
rln» al homo again.  With hi... la hit, wife, who stayed ti. German
through his (Ivo yc**™ of exile In ll.t-lhtnd.   This pk-tw* vu taken at
•.Hli. -here they are uuw living lu UU '-■«- •____- ~ PAGE     EIGHT
THE   CRAUHROOK   HEBALB
Friday, February 1, U>24
"THE GIFT SHOP"
Specials This Week
10K Golil Blrth-slon
10K Gokl Baby Kin;
10K Gold Signet
Kings Regular $2.
Regular $1.60 (5
gular $2.!
$2.00
$1.25
$2.00
Hemstitching.—Mm. Surteee, Gar-|
den Avenue. 2tf
Fernie skips are lining up rinks
for the district bonspiei, which takes
place at Lethbrtdge, opening on the
4th February, There will probubly
us six rinks from Fernie. two from
Cranbrook und two from Natal to represent  British  Columbiu.  —  Fernie
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smiyfrag  ifam tt\fMt* tary*^m\ vaf^m tai^gaQ
c4. EARLE LEIGH 1
Fn
Press.
IP YOU REQUIRE
k
Style
it. r. Moffatt lias taken over the agency for iii'? Willis Symphony Gramophone.
At Yahk a few daye ago two Airedale dogs chtised a deor down off the
mountains into thu l'.I'.k. yard fenc(
B, Keor, n St. Marys Prairie termer
I'mnhroolc, was n husiness visitor
horo on Thursday last, and during his
stay made lhe purchase of six heiul of
olstein   '
in of Un
itth
from C.
y herd In
where it hail I
)  111!
kill
ll ll
■ a
01
,„i,„
or citizfns.
Miss Bessie
Woi
ilina
1 lo
t    (
ll
Sun-
day to return
to
Cor
ill.
Wl)
n
she
will rosllim. In
r w
irk
II ll
(■ t
L'a
llillli
start m Corbli
. B,
L\
"TRIAL BV .IIIII
." F
•Ida
r &
£
ilur-
day, February
lsl
ami
2m
40-48
Mr. Fred \v
nxll
ml
irrlv
I'd
hi
ih in
Urn tily lust v.
oek
o si
uml
a t
>\i
iluys
With his liuilli
ir :i
111 s
stur
lu
ri
.   Ilo
was accompn
led
hy
his
bri
lo
who
waa formerly
Mis
8   Kl
IM
'ti
B
liliiii,
the wedding
il ii
B   pi
11'. >
ii
l'i
icou-
ver on Tuesd
iy.
ho i
2nd
.
Mr.
and Mrs. Woi
dial
d lo
i    i
n
M
milay
for Golden w
Hu
'   a
ro
n
aking
their hnnio.
The llebekah Lode
u-lil
connootlon with the recent suit
is. Ourner & ABBelettne against
ity of Fernie, in which the doctors were successful iu collecting
from the city a sum of about $2800,
money received from the government
uh liquor profits, the city has Just
paid u legal bill for $480.20, the cost
of tlieir defence.
'RIAL BY JURY," Friday & Satur-
ilny, February 1st and Snd.        46-48
Some people ul   least   can claim  to
be lucky with raffle tickets. 0, A.
0. UiuiKcrH.' TtiwrtHH on Saturday night won with
tt ticket that coin him I8e a new saxophone worth about $360, formerly
tho property of U. U Burtch, and rattled for among the Oddfellows, foul
will now bo sold to music.
I white
i'il n
Blelgh I
Audilo
imborl
l iho (
nisii ;
cry eu-
day evils started
lum and went
ui road for n fow
nslomary music
■oill
otigh
Al ti
ii din
inn
Robin
. in
hi
Cranbrook hns made iii
annual pilgrimages to For
tempt to uprool    the   FI
which has been ornament
city now for soveral ye*
year hope heats high In
of tlio Cranhrook curler
champions  hie   forth   to
on bringing back    the
tlieir hopes havo never b<
yet.       On   Saturday \V.
with a doughty rink, con
A. Walllnger, lead; Jno.
ond,   and   A.   Graham
out   againsl    Herchmo;
ono point in an extra €
but D. A. Burton playln
game with Kastner lost
Uio series thus going to
second rink was made
Burton, skip; Robinson,
Burgess, Becond nnd .lack Taylo
0. W. V. A. Masquerade Ball,
Auditorium, Monday. March 1
Patrick's Day.
iiotlzing  refret
iteboknhs have
wives, and it
Fore the happ:
Wc carry a lull line of Men's
oen's nnd Children's Rubbers.
W. P. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time
Tli
ists
Burns' Nlcht cu
night last provi
'    Rev. 13. YV, McKay Of Cranbrook, ia
expected  to arrive  ou  Saturday  and
assume charge on Sunday evening of
i the     united   Methodist-Presbyterian
lanlments of Upwla meetings in the latter church
ow was melt-1 which will continue throughout next
here was on- week.    The  attendance each evening
this week has been quits encouraging.
—Creston Review.
1 Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 2ft, 40, and 50 watt
i for 315c.
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
Another program of special music
Is to he given at the Methodist even-
! ing service next Sunday by tho choir,
j under the direction of Mrs. P. G. No-
|vuk. The numbers Will lie-. Anthem,
"There Is a Holy City." (Shelley); Su-
' lo, -'The Plains of Peace." Mrs. H. C.
[Kinghorn; Solo. "Shadows." Miss A.
iCarthy,
last,   but
ling lo make good going,
iluslon of the sleigh ride
a enjoyed nl Hie Auditor-
ion's Orcheslra providing
A hean supper wns ser-
iuln. alinig with other ap-
; for which tlio
i name for thom-
iT 2 o'clock lie-
l dispersed,
irs' dance on
the same big
and  the big
■ rii
Fernio bent
trophy*   but
en rewarded
F. Cameron
Blsting of N.
Martin, BCC-lle
third, losl ;w
'a rink byib
ml. 14 to IS.id
;   the   other breaking
oui  is to 8,1 Home" i
Fernie.    Tl
up of D.
of dam
or at o
,,,.-  .,.„,    Ou Tuesday evening   at   the K. P.
mid not all get on j Hull the annual meeting of tbe share-
There   were   the'. holders of   the Cranbrook Co-Opera,
customnry   appropriate    decorations, ttve Society wus held.   A fairly good
and  tho fronl of ih" platform    was | attendance had the financial statement
edged with the various curling troph-, explained to them, and the feeling waB
iis.     Robinson's four piece orchestra Unit there was every room for eneotir-
was in attendance,      supplying    the ngement, especially on the showing be-
f   music from    the   time the Ing made under the present manager.
pencil till Ihe day was almost The meeting wns followed by a dance,
when    the    "Home,  Sweet' the music for which was provided by
Utz came.     Tlio event op-1 the Edmonson orchestra.       Refresh
i'd with the grand march to the mu- meats were also served.
■ ui the pipes played by Alan Gru ~~
In glasses, it's not necessary
to go lo Calgary or Spokane
or any other of the larger
cities, for wo pride ourselves in ho very newest and
total in Bpeotncleware. It
co; ts no more to ge the sty-
llsh kind ami when it conies
to a case of refraction, wo
believe he results obtained
hero are equal to any of the
high priced BpocltliatB. Try
ub for glasses thai produce
results.
W.H.Wilson j
JU li. OPTICIAN J
i
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The .January thaw is hore, much to
the disgust of the curlers anil skaters, j
Mrs. a. K, Turner has iieen confined to tlio house since Saturday lust,,
having suffered s recurrence of heart \
trouble.
Newly elected otlicers of the Knox
Church Ladies' Aid, arc as follows:
Mrs. J. Norgrove, president; Miss
Brock, secretary; Mrs. G, J. Spreull.
treasurer; Mrs. Jones, publicity secretary.
E. H. Han ley, district manager for,
Uio North American Life Assurance
Co., was in the city last weik-end on
husiness for his company. He has
recently come from Vancouver to take
charge of tho interior territory for.
his company, and expects lo pay thi;
olty  und district  periodical  visits.
GIRLS! Have you made a date with
your young man to attend thu Rebe-
kah's Leap Vear Valentine dance, at
the Auditorium, February Htb. Hoi)
insou's four piece orchestra will be
there. Tickets for you and him $1.50,
tor extra lady 50c. 49
r
Sewing Time
will soon Start
The New Spring
Patterns are
Here also some
of the new
Spring Materials
Get Your Copy Now of the
Fashion Book for Spring
Could anything be
smarter for Spring
than the )enny
Long-Tunic Frock
or the Redingote
Effect i In a f«w
months every one
will be copying you
if you moke your
selections now
Ready with
Pictorial
Review
Patterns
for February
Tunic Dress a)4<>—45 cent.  Dress 2033 Dress 2018
Skirl 2002—35 cent,        45 cento 45 cent,
tliinl
V.  li
:il the
'.    St.
isir
tWWWVWaVWaVrtVaV/AVA*.*,
WANTED^
FOR CRANBROOK
AM) DISTRICT £
Energetic man lo represent
one ot Canada's oldest Lite
Insurance Companies. Attractive proposition to the
rlflit man. Apply Box N.
llernlil Olllce.
+4 ****** ** *•.•*** *****•>**•.•**
ml interspersed In the dances!
were a number of interest inn Hems,!
including a highland ning, danced'
very prettily and effectively by Miss
Marguerite Caven and the two younger Misses Home. Thore was also a
genuine Scotch reel, danced hy four
real exponents of lliis dance which is
wllli no strongly iu vogue in the land
o' the heather, nml the Scottish schot-
lische, which was essayed just as energetically, if not quite as gracefully.
by some onlookers. W. P. Cameron,
tn the regulation kilts, made a fine
[looking Scotch master of ceremonies,
oven If he didn't have the brogue that
it to have gone with the costume,
'eshmenta had been pro-
jommlttee in charge
it ial part nf the proceedings
Ming to the pleasure of the
Voir■ lit to have gi
J Delightful refres-
Uj vided by the co
"TRIAL BY JURY," Friday & Sutur-1
day, February 1st and 2nd.        46-48
Word has heen received from Tt. L,
Burtch that he had arrived at his
desi inatiini, Douglas, Arizona, after
making short stops at Spokane, Portland, Sacramento, Los Angeles and
other points, and that he had stood
the long Journey well. Mr. Burch
was given a hearty send-off last week
when he left, by the Rebekah Follies,
who made him the recipient of a substantial remembrance In the form of
a gold watch chain. His brother
Oddfellows are also taking steps to
give to him some token of their esteem with an appropriate gift, Bro.
Burtch huvlng Just completed his
term us Noble Grand of the local
lodge.
Tbo Girls of Christ Church are giving a Valentine Ten and Dance at the
Parish Hall. Thursday, February 14.
Tea from 3 lo 6. and dancing from 8
to 12,     Melody Five Orchestra.     40
Though nol attended us largely as
had been hoped for, nor us prerar-
ation had been made for, the sum of
, about fifty miliars resulted from the1
tea and sale of home cooking held by
the Parent-Teacher Association at the
I K. P. Hall on Saturday afternoon
last. The teachers had made very thorough preparations for the event, and
bad been assisted ably by some interested officers and members of the Association, and while the proceeds will
go a good way towards providing the
lantern which ii te sought to provide
for the schools it hud been hoped
tliat moro would have manifested an
interesi in tlie work of the association by attending.
Big Reductions  in  Dresses at McCreery Bros.     See window display.
4S-4D
a  Creston patient
doing nicely It is
.Mrs. F, W. Ash
al the hospital, is
reported.
Frederick Harris, of Wardner, is
it the hospital recovering from an
attack of pneumonia.
Mrs. Mike Frost of this city is at
'presenl confined to tbe hospital, but
te doing well.
Consult   Beale .
nvestment of you
Elwell
funds.
-egarding
49-fit)
HURRY'S   !
WHITE IUHGH j
IS Till: PLACE TO EAT. |
Wilts ll.'lp Only Is Employed, *
Vim will I'hul llils (ate n Homey I
v     I'lnco lo Enjoy Your Jlnils     %
j a[,i:x. hurry -   Prop. |
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aVa*a*aVaW."a".V.*a*.V.*aV.V.V.V,
"a *.
5 Announcement *:
5 THE HON TON is now un- J
5    dcr New Management,
5     Pairons uro assured that ln
future Ue Bon Ton will lie run
n first rlaes Cafe.      Meals
will lie served nt all hours   of
tho day.
Tlio patronage   f !,a<lien Is es-
piK'li'lly  InvlUd.
$   Mrs M. Rowc Proprietress
Afler un absence of seven weeks iu j
Eastern Canada and the United States,!
W. F. Attridge returned to Cninlirook
Tuesday lust after having spent one
grand and glorious time among friends
and relatives In the cent licit. "Bill"
say* lie never imagined he bad so
many relatives. He should remember,
however, that the last lime he wns
hack he was merely a groom whereas
liis t ■ ■ he was a daddy. Besides
risiting ut his old home in Hamilton,
Intnrlo, and Mrs, AtiriiUe's home iu
Pittsburg, stops were made ai Toronto,
0, Catherines, Thorold, nud Chatham,
Ontario.   A two days stay was niiulc to
see the Bights of Chicago, ami her
besides gazing ai the tall buildings,
lime wus found to attend a Rotarian
luncheon   where   loo   members   sat
around the festive board. At llespe-
lor, Ontario. Mr. Attridge had the pleasure of meeting Hev. Francis and Mrs
Leigh, parents ol Earls ond Dill Leigh
of tbis city. Mr. Attridge is telling a
good story about some country coiih.
tus, ask htm aboul It. Mrs. Attridge
ml Miss Mary Louise will not be reletting until March.
Por Good Dry Furnace Wood
488.
Phone
411-50
Al the Inst meeting of tbe Fernie
Ity council the customary temporary
loan by-law was Introduced, for the
purpose of financing till the revenue
from taxes is available. Fernio finds
it necessary to borrow from the Imp-
rial Bank for this purpose tbe sum
Of $57,000 Following the passage of
tho bylaw, Mayor Henderson stated
that it was a crime tliat such a bylaw should have to be brought into
effect, when the councils of the past
four years had worked hard to bring
the city into the strong financial no-
shioti it held previous to the Home
Bank fiasco. Notwithstanding the enormous expenditure during tbe year
1928, when the council had replaced
ib<« wooden water main with up-to-
date cast Iron pipe, there would have
been n small credit balance In tbe
bank bnd It not been for the "Homo
Bank steal."
Wo ran y a full lint ot Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Sa'nrday evening the Mission had al
lively blaze when tbe shops wliere thei
gasoline and oil ure stored went up iu
smoke. It appears that two boys went
;to get some oil and used matches to
find what they wanted. This started
the place on fire but tho boys got
out alt right. A barrel filled with gasoline was adjacent to the building and
became so hot that fears were held
that it would blow up, with dire results. A rifle was obtained and several shots were pul through tho steel
!container thus relieving ihe pressure,
mul incidentally making a pretty blaze-
It will be welcome news to the ladles of Cranlironk to know thai W. I).'
Hill Is putting on a Ten Day Sale, to1
start today, Friday. Everything In
tlio Btore will be on sule. A few of
tho bargains quoted below will indicate the savings that can be effected: I
Regular $8,00 Londln Lady Shoes arc1
priced at $2.25. while tbe $0.00 duality are priced nt ?4.:>0. All Underwear (And only Peerless is carried! is
being sold at hnir price, Half price
tickets will also been seen on nil Ladles' Dresses and Coals. Rubbers at
a quarter off. Silks and Satins at
half price. Dress (looils, Plaids, Crepes, BroBSterefl Hose and Waists are
nil to bo slaughtered. W. D. 1111.1.,
Utdtes' and Children's Wear. Arnistr-
\vetiue, Cranbrook, B.C.        ■!!'
Alfred Cummlngs. B.C.L.S., of Fernie. who bus heen completing a survey for the East Kootenay Bower Company., from Ihe Mission to Kimberley.
returned to Fernie on Thursday, after
|Q week spent In the district. Mr. Billy Dcken who was assisting him ret-
i timed also,
PUBLIC NOTICE    j
;; This to inform Ihe Public that    the   rumors that
■ • have been in circulation for some time, as to my contem-
! I plating severing my connection with Cranbrook, are ab-
;;   solutely without foundation.
1 will therefore be pleased at any time to take additional pupils, or to enter into engagements for the Robinson Orchestra.
| Yours Faithfully,
| Bruce Robinson
If you want higher than Btamltml
Interest for your funds, see Heale &
Elwell. 49.SO
D. O. Brioker,   of   Fernie. advisory] _
hoard representative ffor this district, I   ,. B Garrc„ ha9 ueen Instructed to
was a caller at the Herald olllce while spend the summer In the Llllooet dis.
lie city attending the Farmers'In-  trlct| colltim,inK   ,ne   entomological
field work for the dominion government that has occupied his summers
sliluto convention.
Standard Bred Whit
Leghorn hens.
! Pick or three thousand. Will trade
i for pood milk cow. fresh or coining
; trash by March 25th.
THE BROWN POULTRY RANCH
140-50               Crauhrook P.O. Box 703
I	
for the pust few years.
BORN. — At the St. Eugene Hospl.
tal, on Saturday, January 20th. to Mr.
l and Mrs. Steve Branltsky. of this city,
a son.
The cup   presented hy A. 0. Bow
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*
It Is A Real Pleasure
FOB IS I'd SERVE YOl
Our courteous and fair
of doing business is winning
many friends
MAY WE NOT HAVE A
TRIAL ORDER PROM YOU
Nicholson's Grocery  1
Phone 211 Formerly T. FUTA Phone 211   j
♦♦4-W**>*+++++*+**+++++*^^
ii [•niiniitiiitniiiiiiiutit.il niiiiniiiiiiniiinnwiiniiHiH!
nens for competition among the Selkirk dlntrlcL curling clubn arrived
last week-end, and was ut the store
of A. K. Leigh, through whom It wiih
procured, where the curleri ennt inn
ny mlmlrlng looks upon It. The trophy stands upon an oak base, nnd is
sixteen Inches in height. It represents n miniature curling rock with
handle balanced on four brooms, and
these In turn stnnd over n minature
tee, with a rock right on the button'.
On the side of the larger rock which
forms the cup part of the trophy, Is a
. handsome engraved design of Scotch
{thistles, nnd tlie base of the trophy
hears some maple leaves and heaven
worked Into an appropriate design, as
national emblems. Bull River rinks
nre the first holders of the handsome
trophy, nnd lt wns presented to them
on Tuesday ovenlng at the banquet.
The presentation of Oils trophy, which
lias tpilte a substantial Intrinsic value, Is another sign nf the whole-'.
hearted Interest which the donor has'
always taken lit the great winter '
game.
Dine With Bs
at lhe
Victoria
Caie
•I.KASm SCHltOCMIlMiS
8EBVICK I SSCltl'ASSKl)
1IOMK  COOKBD  FOOIl
AFTER THEATRE OR DANCE
PARTIES   CATI'.RHD  TO
Phone 77
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1   HOCKEY
p        Finals postponed.   Game Wednesday 30th, postponed
i  account weather conditions which prevail generally.
I lome and home names will be played with Kimberley
I and Cninlirook. Total number of goals scored will decide
j the winner—who in turn will play home and home games
I wiih Pernie- -Winner will play the Nelson district.
j. Kiiulierley intends bringing down her supporters by
I  special train for the game,   Cranbrook intends doing the
| same.
We want Cranbrook people to know that our team will
|  win If the boya have your support.     The railroad fare
I  mul admission to see lhe game won't cost you more than
i   $2.00 each,   It Ih worth this to put Cranbrook on the map.
Wo are asking for tho united support ot the Cran-
|  brook people in this matter. You will not be disappointed.
I   WATCH Kill SMALL IIAMIHII.LS & NOTICE AT IM).
Tri3iiui9rit][irTtiiitiiiiiiic3t]niit<iiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiii:aiiiiiiiii]iitxiuitiiiiiitraiiiitiiHaHcatitiiH*HHiKa*ii
A Safety Deposit Box Is the only
sale refuge for valuable documents.
Is It worth while to run tlie risk of
loss or destruction to suve $3.00 u
year? The Heale & Elwell vault is
both fire and burglar proof. 49-50
Never will a better opportunity pre- "
sent itself to make u saving and nt the
same time oecure what you need, than
during the present Sale that W. I).
Mill Is putting ou. No article will be
charged, nor can we agree to exchange goods once tliey have been taken
from the store. Customers will oblige by adhering to this our rule.
W. D. HILL,    Ladies". Misuse'
& Children's Wear Exclusively        49
Capt. Barnard of Haynes Lake, a delegate from that district to the Farmers' institute convention, was an Interesting caller nt the Hcrnld Olllce
between sessions.
Mra. Prank Thompson of Wardner
ts recovering nicely at the hospital
from an operation for appendicitis.
IN  MI'.MOKIAM
lu loving  memory of Annie Edith
Miller, who died oil the BOth of .Inn
uury, lima.
Ever  remembered  by her  husbllltti
and daughters.
lnserd'd by Elmer E. Miller
WANT ADS.
STiU SECOND  H/*(D  8T0M
ntmS.
W« tu the but prlott joint tor all
kind, ot tnraltur*. Wn bur Mr-
thlni from > boom tr i to an «»w-
■MMIi,
W  W. Kllb*. Auctioneer and Valoac
Announcement
messhs. McCarthy & baton,
formerly engaged with SHELLY & CO., Lethbrldge, have
taken over the Bakery recently operated as DALE'S BAK-
ERY, and are already turning out Bread that Is winning for
llieni many satisfied customers.
Why send out of town for Bread when you can get
exactly as good in your own city?
llAlliV DELIVERY OF BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY.
PHONE 23 FOR
The City Bakery
STENOGRAPHER
wIhIich poflltlon.
Cmnforook, ll.C.
nml    typewriter
Cnro   Uox   C04,
OUR ROOMS will soon be too email.
Wanted to rent, a store, before 23rd
ot February. Thompson & Peter-
eon, Secondhand Store, Armatronc
Avenue, opposite Imperial Hotol.
Box 238. 47tt
POR SALE—Pair heavy sets loRRlng
bobs. For particulars apply Box 723
Cranbrook, B.C. 471 (
WANTED—Advertiser deslree to pur.
chase (Ire room house with modern
conveniences. Early possession
Box R. HeraM e*c*.   UU

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