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THE CRANBROOK HERA
VOLUME    26
CRANBROOK, B.C., KRIIIAV MAY Mth. 1921
N V >l II i: It     I
Empire Day
MU   CELEBRATION   TO   BE
PIT   OX     BY   CRANBROOK
fl.   W.   V.   A.   HATCH    EOR
FULL PROGRAM
May 24th
SCHOOL PIPILS' SPORTS
HORSE RACING, JUMPING
ATHLETIC EVENTS
FOOTBALL A BASEBALL
Cranbro k
Member is Again
Nominated
LOCAL MAN TO MA\AUK
NEW OKPHEU91 THKATKK
AT KIMBERLEY
t iiiiuiiiMMis  Voto   I'm- N. N. A. i
Walllnger at Conservative   Iv
Ootivonttoti I'Vltht) t.n-t      |'
in thi
M.P.P
Al    one    ol'   Ike   lltOSt   hni'inoi'loil
uoniliwiti-ng conventions iho Conser
vtttivo party lias '-vor liold
city, Mr. N. s. a, Wnllingor
was again named as the party standard-bearer in tho forthcoming pro-
vi.iu'iai olocllons. Tho tinnnimity and
enlhusinam appnrowt wan monlionod
by all the speoltors ot tlte evening as
a particularly happy augury for the
sneers.; of tbe parly ia the coming
campaign, and tlie expectation te thai
Mr. Walllnger will not only again by
i/turned as the member to:- tbe Cranbrook ruling, but by an tiicrooued majority.
In addition to the accredited delegates  from  all  points of Uie  riding.
there was an interested gathering of
others present to witness the proceedings.
The delegates were aa follows:
Cranbrook   Men's   Association;—W.
Stewart, J. A. Young, A. J. Balment,
I. Baxtor, J. P. Pink, Dr. J. W. Rutledge. A. Graham, P. H. Dozall
Cranbrook    Women's    Association:;
Mesdames J. H. Meighen, W. B. McFarlane, A. Shankland,  M, A. Beale.1
L, Clapp, P. H, Dezall. A. C. Bowness. j
Kingsgate—J. G. Tipper.
Moyie—R. S. Walker.
Marysvllle—L.  E.  Herchmer.
Kimberley—P.    Johnson.    Mrs.    Y
Johnson. A. A. Ward. P. W. Bell.
Concentrator — A. Robertson, Mrs
Brooks.
Lumberton—0. Jacobson,  W.
ertson.
Mayook —T. Cameron.
Wardner — H. S, Jackson.
Valik—Two by proxy.
Westport—   R.   T,  Richardson
Skookumchurk—Syd.  Mayno,
Wycliffe— K. U Staples, S. G, Clark.
Mayor A. J. Balment. president of
the city association,  was elected  to
the  chaii'  hy  the  delegates,  ami   VY.
Stewart, secretary of the district  associativa,  recorded  the    proceedings.
After the credentials  committee  had
functioned   the  meeting   was   opened
for nominations.
.Mr. WalHnger's name waa advanced
by Mr. A. Graham in a brief speech,
Mr. .1 P. Pink nominated Ur. .). W.
itiitleilgc, hut the latter declined to
allow his name to be considered,
pledging himself however to do
everything possible on behalf of whoever might be nominated. .1. a. Young'
nominated Mr. t. D. Caveo, but he .<i-
:.n docllned, sf;air>^ tbat ho considered Mr Walllnger was entitled to first
consideration,   and   should    al  least
W. Hailey. wlm hns been operant, the star Theatre, and hand-
Lhe   advertising   iu   connection
| Willi   Die   plttCQ,   te   BOVOrlllg   bis   cuii-
i iiocllon with ibo star ibis week, ami
iis leaving to open ihe now Orpheum
Theatre at KImherley, which is a new
house hoi UB ntldeil to the circuit now
operated by wm Johnson, of Pernie.
j li is expected Unit the new theatre
will in- opened aboul the 16th nf this
month. It will sent about 360 people
or more, nnd the seating will be arranged with a gradual rise to Hie
back, ami with lhe screen raised close
to lhe celling every Beat will have an
uniinterrupted view of the pictures,
There will be a show every night
with n change of pictures three Limes
a week, and I lie newest, releases a
being arranged for. assuring patrons
of an up-to-date program. Two type
s Simplex machines are being Installed, the most modern equipment available and projection will be made by
direct current. The Boating is bene,
arranged so that tho big floor, about
30 liy ltd feet, will also be available for
dances.
Mr. Bailey is not moving bis family
to Kimberley Immediately, but expects to do so as soon as the theatre
i is running on its regular program, He
states he will be glad al any time to
welcome his Cranbrook friends to the
Orpheuin  at  Kimberley.
Ministers Put Case
To Government
Attoriiej'-Goiieral uml Minister
ul' I'uiilir IViirk*. Aililrt'xs
.Mt'i'tlnir lU-rt' Suturiliij
OFFICER-S ill  GYRO
NAMED, ami (i.i || |S
MOV FILLY ORGANIZED
Now Comiiiunltj Sen ice Body
I" Craiiiii h Completes
Signing nl Charier
Fire Damages
Mission School
S|iurk   From   Chimney   Starts
Ulane nn Rool Which is Ex-
liimiiMieil   II)   Hani  fight
NOMINATIONS 1IEIXG
WADER NEAR RIDINGS)
SO PROVINCIALS YK'I
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|        OBITUARY       |
5tKS. MARY viu.r.\
i Wednesday there passed away at
her home,  Mary Hamilton, the belo-
I vet! wife of John Cullen of Cranbrook.
The late Mrs. Cullen. who was born
; in Scotland. June 18th. 1891, was the
j daughter of John   Smith, of Carluke.
; Scotland, and was married to John
Cullen In 1912. coming to Cranbrook
abuut two years ago. Por tbe last
year she has been in failing health.
succumbing to the malady that ailed
hor on Wednesday. Besidn a sorrowing husband, she leaves to mour:i her
losH three boys and two girls, and also
a sister. Mrs. Alex Steele.
The funeral will take place on Friday from the family home. Rev. K.
W, MacKay will conduct the service.
Due probably to a number i>t clr-
CUinstances,   as   the   various   speakers
explained, ibe Liberal meeting advertised for last Saturday night failed lo
attract a very big crowd. Two cabinet
ministers from Victoria, Hon. Ur.
Sutherland, minister of public works
ami Hon. A. M. Man-son. the attorney-
general, were the speakers, and if it
Rood atari
: If) twenty
The   newly
got away to ;
lasi when ai
ly-iire charter
selves around
tho   Y.M.C.A.,
of the regular weeklj
tho club. Mr. Alex Hiu
Bible for the good thi
Spread before them am
Mill
<iv
Tt
hers  hi.-;
lunch eo
rtako o
klj luncheoua o
y was respon.
t-'s that wen
which ellcltet
is true that they have boen Holding i ma">' favorable expression* of appro
large and enthusiastic meetings aM! <'t«tion. After the luncheon the elec
through lhe interior in the course of I1'"" ot officers took place, the tot
their tour, then Cranbrook It must be lowing bang chos<
said, broke the happy sequence for it!°' ''lu ('hib:
could scarcely be described ai either. [ President  	
here j 1st Vice Pres.  ...
2nd Vice Pres. ...
fill the offlci
LEAVING   KOIt  (ONmiFMK
Rev  Evan Baker
for the coast. It i
take up a cours
Qui i us University,
tbe coming session.
laves  on   Friday
his  intention to
In Theology at
Kingston,   Ont.,
I'iU-.i
till
01UIII
He also promised to do Lis utmost for
iim party, nn matter who was nominated.
Mr WaKingcr's nomination accord
ingly went by acclaniation. and in a
shun speech of acknowledgement, he
thanked those present for tho honor'
again conferred on him. As n result
ol his observations made in the course
ot trips through different parts of the
dlstrlcl   recently,    he    considered the
prospects for the Conservative cause!
wore excellent Mr. Walllnger was
given generous rounds of applause
when ibe nomination had gone
through unanimously.
Messrs Robertson and Bell, o! Kimberley also spoke briefly, snd both
commended the splendid unanimous
spirit displayed nl the convi miov
Three rousing cheers for Ihe candidate closed the proceedings of the convention
The city Conservative Association
al a well attended meeting the oven
Ing prevfOUS met to BleCl its delegates to the convention.
lt is doubtful if Lhe Oonservativi
parly has entered any campaign h
Lhe district with a better organisation
or a more more harmonious spirit in
its Inner workings. There seems hi
bo every indication that the optimism of the organisation is wall founded, and prospeeis for success, when
tli» campaign is brought on, are
bright.
Coming Events!
Thu events noted below nre tlioao
for which paid ad- ertlsing appears In
this issue, or for Which printing work
bus been done in tills olllce
May 6 to n : 8a I vat la
Self Denial Week.
Friday,   Mu?
Army Annual
Tbo meeting opened with the sing-J
ing of "0 Canada," after members of Set-'ri''«ry  	
the Melody Five orchestra bad played Trea8Hr0r	
a number of selection:-, while lhe audi-! Sersount-ut-Arms
cure gathered. 'VhhIcuI Director
Mr. J. A. Genest acted ns chairman
and iu his opening remarks said it
was a good thing to have any government come before the people occasionally to give account of their stewardship. The Liberal government did u »f
fiear mi election at this time. The
Oliver admlnistrat'ou he pointed nm.
was the only government of the war
times to remain iit- existence till tho
present time.
Dr. Sutherland was the first minister to speak, and referred to the last
visit he made to thu city two years
ago. He opened his address with remarks regarding tin.' member who had
won the seat at the bye-election at
that time that did not seem in very
good taste, and claimed that so far as
getting anything for the district w
concerned, he h'nisclf had seemed
be the member for the district iu real
ity. Referring to the election prospects, he said tbat they seemed to be
much better for the government than
at any time since 1916, HarkVig back
to the time when the giver::ment tock
office, he said that in tin time of the
Conservative government much outside capital had come in an.! alienated
much of the province's natural re-
irces, and to gei the lands hack
bad been one of the government's problems. The last year of the Bowser
government he sad there had been a
six million deficit, Just equal to the
estimated revenue for that year. The
Liberal government had bad to get the
finances Into shape, and to raise the
revenue necessary they hud employed
ihe none too popular course of raising tlie taxes.
In the public works department,
prior to lPJti the minister said there
had been haphazard and wasteful methods employed In regard to
build ng local roads anl bridges. The
province hint now been divided Into
seven districts, each presided over by
a competent district engineer   Badly
located roads had cost a million dollars to correct. In tbe years prior to
1916 thore had bei i about four millions a year spend in ordinary road
expenditures bul since that time there
had ori'y been aboul a million and a
half yearly, anil much better results
had been brought about, the minister
Claimed. Thero was over five times
(Continued on  page 3)
..   A. M. Knlgh
...   It. J. Collins
Dr. W. A. Fergle
..  Stewart  Block
... F. W. Burgees
Miliougliall Hogg
.  Bruce Robinson
Directors: W. J, Barber, H. W. Herchmer. F. A. Small, Itev. J. V.  F.h-
manu, J. P. McLaren. It. Poller.
;    The dale of ibe Installation td' the
lodge has no*-,  been definitely determined hut will most likely be the beginning of June. Hcs'des the officers
mentioned above. Hie following make
up the charter members; T. W. Hailey.
Art  Bilrch, J.  pooltn, James Hartley.
Angus Hay, Austin McDonald, J. M.
i McLean-. Ash ton Powers, Cecil Reade.
I Bert   Sang, George Sutherland   and
| Gregory Thomas.
Sidelight* on ii I;rent Industry
Z Annual Payroll
$50,000,000
UMUKUHKN      PAY     HUGK
I'KOI'OKTIWS OF W AUKS
IN D.C.
Sum Exceed*;  Provincial  Rev
cniie For l.nsl Three Vear*
nn was visited by a
n that but lor the
mow and Mr. Min
caused lhe destine-
Al uboni noon.
and children were
they noticed whal j
Nels
em mei
in has
irvatlvt
present   Liiu
Lihi<
i   Ku
mem!
. Fisher Is regardt
ral   nominee,  and
five nominee
nonnell, fori:
Fast   Kooteii;
Chlsholm has been
vattve  nomination
face ,l. A   Bucfchnn
era! member. If th
go Into Lhe mnnCnn
clul party candidal
peered on the horl
of tiie province.
Phurs., Fri   & Sat . May S, 9 & 10: At
the Star Theatre, "Scaramouch •."
Saturday, Ma) 10: Bale of Horns Cook*
ery by tbe 1.adics' (Julld al the Co-
Operative Store.
The payroll of the combined Brit.
> ist Columbia timber industries Is not
j less than JaO.OfiO.OUO, or close on one
i hundred dollars per capita of the
j whole population of the province's
'men. women and children.
This enormous amount, represents
the total revenue for the last three
years, Unit is to say. it costs less to
run the province for three years than
it does the li. c. lumberiig Industry
for twelve months. This sum also!
exceeds the total paid-up capital ol
the three principal chartered b:inks
in the Dominion of Canada.
Over .1.IHHI Firms
Th's estimate is not a rough and
ready one. but is carefully calculated
from the latest statistics made avail-;
able by the Workmen's Compensation
Board, the Department of Labor. Vic-J
toria, and the Dominion Bureau of'
Stat ist lea.
There are over Il.iiOO firms exclusively engaged in the production,
manufacture and handling of B. C.
wood products. They may he divided into three classes:
Class  I   (Raw  Material)    —    2,063]
firms,    includes    logging  operations,
"QUEBEC  NIGHT    AT j](0|(, p03) ,in,i tfe camps, timber ertil-
NKXT   M EETINCI   OE j Sers   nud   fores*   eit';ieeers.   scalers
NATIVE     SO\S; iii»P(i-tors nnd timber  broker*.
  Class   -   (Manufacture)--*)!):;   r;mis
At llu regular nieetln* of the Nat-''l"'luf,ea wwrnllls, planing, lath and
ho Sons of Canada held on Wednes- I sbingk mills, v.-u>er plnnrs. sash and
day evening, the matter of a First ot',lo(lr wotorles oral corcerr.* mnntlfac-
Jtily Celebration   was   laid over till i taring ll. C. woods into furivture.
•higeue Ml
on Tuesday ' fire on .Sunday
f (be Lwen*   work of Falli
inted them-1 might easily have
>u  table al [ tlon of tho schoo
if the first) When the sisters and children were!
: coming from mass
they I'irsl thought to he a large
amount of smoke coming from tlte
chimney, blown by the gale that was
raging at that time. Later it was seen
(hat ihe building was on fire, apparently from a spark from the chimney.
An alarm was senl lo Cranbrook. to
Mv. IT F. Helmslng. Indian agent
who. along wiih fin- chief AdamsJ
in Mr. Magro's car, made a dash to
the Mission in fifteen minutes, Previous lo the arrival or the party from
Crnnbrook, Father Todrow and Mr i
llirt had been doing most effective
work with fire extinguishers, thereby,
keeping the fire from geltfii-g the headway    thai     It    otherwise would  have
made,
(Hi the arrival of chief Adams, who'    A   pleasai
took   charge   of   the   fire   lighting,   a   hold lasi   Fr
buckol  brigade    was    formed, which   Hall   bv   ib
wiih the co-operation of others,   reit-   Study (Tub
dered  most  effcclivo service, ami  in  to  Mrs   W
aboul two hours time    had the hluzr   pre
under  control.    Those  who saw   the as secretary
fire are loud in tbelr praises of Flro  of a silver cak
chief Adams.   The work of the Indian   pailled by a
hoys  was  also  mentioned.    Sim-  <■'   tions.    Mr. :
course got a little excited and started   presentation
I browing   furniture,   etc.,   from
windows, only to be smashed on the
groin,I, bat  as a  whole lhe members
of the reserve conducted themselves]
admirably  under  tlie  circumfilancea.
The   loss   will     possibly    amount   to.
S4.000 or $r,.(t00.   The Mission authorities are  extremely   grateful   to  Fir--'
chief Adams. Mr. Jas. Conroy and Mr
Ityun    for    their  invaluable  help  in
subduing the flames.   It is understood
lhat a letter of thanks   has been sen*
Lbletn as well a? to the city of Cranbrook   for   the   servfee rendered hy
them.
The high wind blew sparks down
from the roof onto tbe ground around
the school, and caused the dry manure which had been laid out on the
farm to
nuan Moure, of this eity. is being
"i of as a possible Liberal eandi-
for the Creston rldta*.   Another
mentioned is C P. Hayes, of the
on llevi.-w.   ir jS regarded as al-
certaln thai lhe Conservative no-
•   "'ill   I:,-  ,-„|.   Pre,,   UsU>1._   ,ll(1
for tlie Kaslo riding
lated C. F. McHardy.
Chisholm for
Columbia
Conservative    ( urn
Golileu  Homlaj  Lasl
U'Indermi i
erh
*  and   the   ('
1   probably I
■■ federal no
in. Colnmbl
umpht
A
the Co
:
M,
.
.:    E.
nd will probably
the [>l(teeni Lib-
latter decides to
igaln No Pro\ i::-
have as yet up.
>n in rhts corner
CONSERVATIVE  LADIES
MAKE pim:si:m ation
TO ENEKOETI0 MIM HI It
:
of   II'
t   Incident   in   the  mi | it
i-iay evening m the K   p
e   Women's  Conserve) Ive
was a presentation made
11    McFarlane   a   former
club, and now acting
be gift took '!'.•> forr
plate, and was accom
sly bouquet of carna-
. Walllnger made the
Mrs.   MrFarinno.   on
lov
\^u. ■ ;...
nvermere, B.C.,
I successful   non I
■ the ('on-! rvative
: Golden this ati
i hlsholm   "t   \\
unanimous
it   the I rthcomii -
Amoi t ■   th
Merryfii
lite   liar y.    Nil
and Mrs   D   (.    i:.
II.Oil.  (>!.
Tl oy i     spi ko ■    ■
of the can ;:
large   • umb   -
irrs  from
rldin ■ ■ * ■
theit        * ■   ■
■ --V    ;.'.'\ '1.   |
The usual  pi
Wl -  -:: ipe I '■'■ ■  .■
mum   io i omi   '■
Mr, < "■
r re]
form,
much to tbe poit
Ins  Rbsol part;
. . |   .. ■ ...
I '■,■.•!-.'■:'. he
tions   ai
parry  ..     <-•
eomnit^sion held at VIcK
i
■
• ■
■
■
,
the behalf of the ladies' organisation, expressing their appreciation for all
she had done in its behalf. Mrs Mc-
Farla^e's complete surprise was <»tie i
of the happiest feature;: of tbe prcs-J
entation,%and in a short reply. s*;e'
thanked the members for thf eift. ar.di
a-sured them Hun ->he would contnue,
to exert her best efforts for tlu- aaso-
ci.tion.
More than  a   dozen   tables  emiaue'l
RUMORED TMV
FOB Y.l.YA I HI
THURSDAY
1'  IM.
IET
iith
A well defii
roi:i!'> 'Au- mor .
i-tter; that word :
the < ity that the govern
^^_^^^_^_^^^^_^^_^^_      tl*t* ,i:iIe f":
in u whisi drive tor a coup!e off hours Jnne :''':!i abi    ::
or so. the pr'7.rs goln'p fo Mr^ M   A.flsatlOB v -re Instni ted
Harrison   and   Mr   S.   Taylor,   ladfe-^ turning offiet*r for the
anil    gentlemen's   first    respectively;  oreanize for their  nomlm
and Mrs  llriirgs and Mr Wallace, the Uon    Tbe facts an r m
consolation   prizes.       Following  rhe wa> received asking
cards,   refreshments   were  served,   to  submitted  to ■
the aceompaniment     of    a     eencral  ir. the forthcoming   -.
h, and fanned by the wind   pleasant social time, and the floor was sible date for the |  ill
this caused a great deal of smoke afler (he fire in the roof had been extinguished.
then cleared for an informal dance ted in the win
which was continued till about mid- mer.tion r earti
night. natlng   ooventi
name be
.*   ..
;iuy
!*
Bright Waters and Happy Lands
Tuesday.  May   Hi: Parenl-Teai her As-
Hoelatioii medlllg In Y.M.C.A.
"Tri
WEDDING
At tho Ilaptist Parsonage, on Thursday, May 8th. by Rev. W. T. Tapscott,
Miss Florence Kemp nud Mr. James
O'Urlen, both of Klmlwrley.
Tlmr,   Fri   Sat    .May  l.'.-HMT:
iiinph" at lhe Star Theatre.
Friday A Snturdny. May lfi & 17:
Cranbrook Musical Society presents
"The Mikado" nt the Auditorium.
Thursday, May 21!: "The World nnd
Ills Wife." presonted by the (lie V.
B, c. Players, at the Auditorium.
Saturday, May
lOmpiro Day
brook.
21:   G.W.V.A. Monster
Cehbratlon, ia Crnn-
Sniurday, Dec. t!: — Kuox Church Annual Iliuiinr in the KI1, Hall.
Friday, June SO:—Knox Chun
dies' Aid (inrdrn Party.
the wxt meeting. Wedneaduy. the
21st Inst is Quebec N'Iffht. A lively lime Is expectod. as ever since tbe
provincial nights started Me.isr«. J.
A. (JcaeRt. Frank flulniniit and others
have sat with smiles of superiority on
their faces as the virtue^ of the other provinces have be<>n paraded.
The Quebec-horn Native Son-s on
the roll of the Cranbrook Assembly
are ns follows: J. Hrnult, A. Boa; W.
H. Cleland, lnvermere; J. Cardinal;
H. J. Caldwell, Wycliffe; J. H. Dub-
os. J. A. Genest, J. F. aulinont, Malcolm Horie. A. L. Hay. J. K. Kennedy, A. K. Leltch, C. Lindsay; W.
Lindsay, Kimberley; It P. Moffatt;,
IC. O. Montgomery. Kimberley; D. A-
Morrison, Wycliffe; J. A. Mollour,1
11, Molleur, G. Ploiirde. W. H. Ston.J
jder, J. h. Walker; E, A. Woods, Wasa.,
Ln-     Mr. J. A. Genest of this city Is In
[Charge of the Quebec Night program. ;
ChiBs S (Distribution) -418 firms
Includes lumber exporters, wholosat-
ers, lumber dealers, accoiiiiinnts, in-
speciors and wood yards.
There Is also a fourth class, which
might comprise the tug-boat ownws
solely engaged i' lioom and raft towing and the firms rTjcluslvelv nmnnf-
acturlug logging and suwm'H equ'p-
tncnt. (This cla*s is not included in
the present estimate.)
Fifty million dollars Is a huge sum.
ll represents at least on«e-thlrd or the
total industrial payroll of the Province of Drltish Columbia and nt a conservative estimate proves tbe means
or support for ai leant a quarter of
itH total population,
SCENES  OS   THK BKAUTJFUL "KAWAKTHA"   I.AKKS  IN   THK   HFART   OF   ONTaHIOS   FINEST   PI.AYGROr.M).
INSET—A   RECORD   "HUSKY"   TAKEN   FROM   PI0BON   LAKE.
IN  Indian  parlance, "Kawartha"  means "Bright[deep,  there  are  numerous  shallow  sandy  be;
Waters and Happy Lands," and such they are.|a^aP.l_e£|_ 3^Aa™?™™?jKenlc beaut>* of. *
[try is almost unsurpassed and innumerable launch
and motor trips invite the holiday maker.
Thin serif-, ni articles rniumuulc-
cntid   by   the Timber Industries
Council in' ItritMi Columbhi.
The Kawartha lakes of today comprise fourteen beautiful stretches of water which straggle over some The centered photograph gives" the reader a little
hundred and fifty miles and constitute one of the Idea of the productivity of the waters. This ".Musky"
most popular of Ontario's summer playgrounds. Oneiwas caught last vear by Mrs. W, It. Dcemar, of Ta-
enters the "Happy Lands" at either Bobcaygeon, rentum, P.A., in Pigeon Lake, one of the chain. The
Peterborough or Lindsay. The last named is the most Irish weighed over 27 pounds, was 51 inches long and
convenient point for resorts on Lake Sugog snd lower ig inches in girth. Mrs. Dcemar declined to be photo-
Lake Sturgeon, but the others possibly give the graphed, but Dr. W. K. Dermal, who is also a veteran
sportsman ur holiday maker a wider field. It would, Fisher in Kawartha Lakes, states that his wife landed
Indeed, he hard to find a more "all round" district, the monster herself after twenty minutes of fierce
There is exceptionally good bass and "lunge" fishing fighting. As this is not an unusunl catch it te not
at filuiuat tuy point, and while the lakes are usually bard to understand lbe meaning vi "Urighl Watwsr
"THE MIKIDO"
THK COMIC OI'KRA I'KKSHN. AT THK  Al IM'IOIill II.
TM>   BY   THK CHANBHOOK   TICKKTN  (Haemal) SUM k
aVftWAL IHIt'Um $U». Mat MJ. Hwltfe.ll.Me.
MAY 16th - 17th IU.GE   TWO
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALA
Frlilny, Hiij lllii. JJI2I
EYa
WYCLIFFE
„„x„,...v.vii  utPTOimiflS IN  AMI ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS OK THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME-
INTERESTING   ITEMS  CONCERNING   KAirjiflinuB m   •»>■
The Otis Staples
Lumber Co., Ltd.
Yard Is Now
OPEN FQR BUSINESS
We Will Carry A
COMPLETE STOCK
- OF
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
Doons
MOULDINGS
WINDOWS
BUILDING
PAPER
XMLS
HOOFING
BUILDER'S
CEMENT
HARDWARE
BRICK
DROP IN
AND LOOK OVER OUR STOCK.
MILL
KIND
OUR GRADES ARE UNIFORM
WHY PAY RENT
1   ■   i  5555     -    5   *" £5555  -■'■ 5553
Ask RUDDY
OUR LOCAL MANAGER —I-IE WILL BE PLEASED
TO SHOW YOU 'PLANS AND
QUOTE YOU PRICES.
KIMBERLEY   |
NEWS NOTES f
List   your
Bros.
property   with   Mnrtlu
35t(
lberley's  first  baseball  game of
eason. was lilayed against Wy-
eliffo ou Sunday. Ou account of tho
weather both teama wore at a disail-
vautogo but both iliil some very nice
work. Tlio game finished with a 3-1
scoro in favor of Kimberley. It. Crerar umpired ibo Kami'.
The llno-up was:
Klmborloy WyclliiV
McMahon      (c)       Hlnton
Byordorf    (p)   Pennington
RIcClellan
BerUel  ...
Horn   	
Coin   	
MUBfiOl*   ...
Magnuson
..   (1st)      dark
(2nd)     Crowe
(short)
..   (3rd)
.... (fl .
Kleplingor   U)
C. Mnssor, (spare).
Bamford
.. Br eon
. Staples
... Piper
.... Reid
Before deciding on tbat new building or that repair work see Geo. R.
Leask, tbe Pioneer Builder oC Kim
berley und Cranbrook. IStf
Tbo local Masons of Selkirk Lodge
aro holding their annual ball on Fri
day, May 9th, in llaiidioy'c Hall.
Tho "wandering minstrel" iu the
Mikado is certainly up against a hard
proposition us you will see It you are
at tho Auditorium on May 16 or 17.   9
Tho new provincial constable, Mr,
Sharp, of Vancouver, arrived in Kimberley during the week. Ho was ac
companifld by Mrs. Sharp.
KIMBERLEY PUBLIC
SCHOOL  REPORT   FOB
MO>TH OT MARCH
DIVISION I.
L'rofloloncy
Grade Vlll., Anna Tofelt; Grade
VII., Louise Fisher; Grade VI., Henry McKay. Percentage of attendance
87.23,
Perfect Attendance Alice Dacre,
Paul  Soderholm,    Florence  .Morrison,
Tom Summers, Leona Hopkins, 13d-
ward Holt, Jean Thomllnson, Jack
Hold, Thomas Wilson.
FLOYD L. IRWIN, Teacher.
DIVISION II.
Proficiency
Grade v., Betty Mi
Marine Murphy. P
tendance 87.51.
Perfect attendance
Lome Summers, Lily    	
Morrison, Hetty Mason, Jim Davis,
Albert Bennett, Carl Cavanagh,, Lily
Hlayney, Jessie Bonner, Chris Foole,
Arnold Hedquist, Catherine .Mawson
Maxlne Murphy, Reg. McLeod, Phyllis Holt, Sam Soderholm.
A. V. STEVENSON.
WYCLIFFE NOTES *.
Five   li
Holslein.
Thursday
Marysvil
?ail of very fine appearing
•nlllo were unloaded hero on
last  for  Mr  Ben  Keer of
Protect Your Car
IN A OOOD
GARAGE
eniap
ide IV.
of at
— Juno Young,
Bray, Margaret
A merry llttlo birthday party was
bl a( tlio homo of Mr. ami Mrs.
eilorli kson on Thursday afternoon
il, ou tho occasion of Ibeir daughter
m's fourth bin Inlay, which was nt-
Hied by many of ber little friends.
RI'IU»
WITH
DIVISION III.
Proficiency
Grade III,, Mary Luellen; Grade
II.t Beatiice Hopkins; Percentage of
attendance, 80.;tti.
Perfect attendance— Mary Luellen,
Thelma Houle, Clarice Ward, Murray
MacLeod, Edward Looney, Elmer Cavanagh. Kathleen Matthews, Mary
Reid. Billy Young. Genevieve Dacre.
Bobs Hannay. Jean Watklns, Iris
Carlson, Isobel Lepard, Clifford Lop.
ard. James Thompson. Ella McKay,
Kenneth Holt, Robert Watklns.
O. DIEBOLT.
DIVISION IV.
Proficiency
Grade II., Norman Burdett; Grade
I. Second Term. Margaret Meistor and
Zona Griffith; Grade I.. First Term B
Jean Thomas; Fiisi Torm, A, Francos
Looney and James Johnson, Percentage of attendance S0.1.
Perfect attendance — Evelyn Blay-
ney,  John   Bonner.   Norman   Burdett,
You will regretlt if you miss the (lionise Dacre, Alice Davis, Ovlde Gau-
"Mikado" at the Auditorium on May thier,   Thomas Mawson,   Marguerite
IG and 17. 9' Meistor. Roy Morrison, Cony McKay.
i — | Ross Bennett. James  McLellnii, Vic-
Uev. E. Baker leaves tbis week for | ior Gauthier. James Johnson, Frances
the coast.    His place will be tempor-l Looney, Burton McLeod, Iris Morri-
arily filled by Mr. Evans or Marys-1 son, Jean Plant. Isley Slawter, Jean
villa. I Thomas, Katharine Thomson. j
500 Sun Life Policy Holders at Kim-] RUTH E* F0X'|
! berley aro reminded that the company
| has recently added a new policy. Your
J. Condon left on Friday for Abbots-
ford.
Five members of the K. P.'s were
Initiated into the third degree ou
Thursday last.
Mr. and Mrs. H. McLeod entertained in honor of Rev. E. Baker on Friday evening.
Hob Trew mado the Hip to Liiniber-
lon on Thursday of last week, to take
tho government lumber scaling examination.
Mr. Guy Shields lias left for his
homo in Spokane, having received
word that his little daughter Is to
undergo an operation of a somewhat
serious nature. We sincerely hope
Iliat he will return with lhe knowledge ,
fat the child is regaining health as
a result.
Messrs. L. Louekes, Wilson nnd
Spence were in Wycliffe on Wednesday interesting local residents iu tbe
Cranbrook Co-Operative Society.
Wycliffe took the very short end of
the score of 3-1 in the ball game played against Kimberley at the mining
town last Sunday afternoon. Despite
the arctic weather that prevailed during tho latter part of the game play
was of high calibre and evenly divided, The opinion is generally held
that snowstorms arc allied to football
games and it smacks of the unusual to
Staples Lumber
Ask RUDDY for PRICES
IiKT IS Burin YOU A HOME
ON THK EASY PAYMENT I'UN
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co., Ltd.
REPORT OF Sl'LUVAN
HILL PUBLIC SCHOOL
FOB MONTH OF APRIL
Perfect Attendance.—Helmor Neil-
son, liildui1 Johnson. Paul Bacbynski,
Katie Skribn, Anna Skribe,
Percentage of at'ondance 95.63.
Grade Vlll.-John Wills.
Proficiency: tirade VII, — Helmer
Neilsen.
Grade IV.—Bessie Wills.
tirade 11.—Ilildur Johnson.
V. 0. WILKMAN
a baseball player covered with it.
(!. Hlnton, u new arrival and addition
to tho ranks, donned the blue and
while uniform for the first time in
Ihis game, and gathered In the horse-
hide from behind lhe plate. Larry
Piper had the misfortune to wrench
his knee during the warm up before
lbe game and will be laid up for a
few days as a result.
Mr. Alan DeWolf was a business
visitor to Wyllffe on Saturday.
"Ruddy," who lias recently taken
the position of manager at the company's now lumber yard at Klmberloy.
was in town on Saturday.
Paul Bourgeois who left Wycliffe
around the festive season at tbo end
of last year, returned oil Sunday from
Hircbbank, B.C, where he has been
employed during the winter.
Next Sunday will bring forth another hall game somewhere it is certain., but whether it will be a return
affair against Kimberley on tlio home
diamond, or a trip for the team to
Wardner remains to be decided.
Two carloads of Wycliffe citizens
made the long trip to Wasa on Saturday night to attend tho dance in
that town.
Up to the present, it. has been a disappointing spring to the local farmers
along weather lines; as one of tbe
St. Mary's prairio residents puts it.
he hopes it rains before election time
and in as great a quantity as the usual pre-election promises. lie must be
expecting a second and possibly a
third flood.
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I The Service Garage j
i
NKW BAKERY FOB
KIMBERLEY TO |1
OPEN THIS WEEKJl
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AND SHOES
Suit Cases and Trunks
OVERAXLS
Boots ond SIiocb Neatly Repaired
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF
Real
Maple Syrup
IS EXPECTED ANY DAY
ASK IIS FOR IT
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
[ local agents. Martin Bros., of Cran-
j brook, have specialized in the life bu
siuess for fifteen years, and can advise you about this new policy and
serve you In any other life insurance
matters. lltf
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Ryley
High Class Confectionery and Baker
Our   Store   Will   Open |
SA'll 11 DAY, MAY 10th, I
With A Pull Stock of I
IM.AIN AMI I AMY CAKES AND CHOCOLATES 1
— Old Country Style l'ork Pies a Specialty — I
B                          NEXT   KIMBERLEY   JEWELRY STORE |
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Advices from Cranbrook indicate
likelihood ot Eaple Plume property,
near Horse Shoe l.ake. East Kootenay.
bocomlng a shipper this season. Two
or three car loads of ore are reported
to he available for initial shipment as
soon as some necessary road work is
completed.-—North West Mining Truth.
Ed I'nnlj's Plillos
1 see hy the papers where a
dunlins New York beaut) disappeared.   Perhaps she just washed
It oil'.
When Yon Think ot Imnrance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phone 20     i:     Cranbrook
Sole Agents for Kimberley Townsite.
As nunoumed on this pace another
^^^^^^^^^^^ new business is opening up iu Kinib-
The new golf course lit Marysvllle,' «r'i'>- "" Saturday, lo lie known as
though far from finished, has had con-1 Kyley's Bakery. They havo taken a
siderahle work done lo il.   A nunibci
of Kimlierley peoplo tried il  onl
Sunday for the first time.
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FORT STEELE
NOTES
' Btand adjoining tho Kinibeiiey Jew-
ii; dry store, nnd nro opening up with
a full lino of plain and fancy bread
I and cakes, with Old Country pork
ijjtiiea ns a specialty. Iced cakes for
■ lull special occasions, such ns wed-
tl dings and birthdays, can lie supplied
E by the now bakery, as well as the sta-
N   pie lilies ot bread and biscuits.
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Cranbrook Sash & Door Co.
L I M I T E D
Kimberley Lumber Yard
OPEN FOR BUSINESS !
Herb. S. Smith is in Charge
A Full Line Of
LUMBER    ■     WINDOWS   ■   BOOHS     .     LATH
MOULDINGS     -     BUILDING PAPER
ROOFING     -    -      BRICK     .    .     SHINGLES
Etc. Etc.
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KIMBERLEY JEWELRY
12 ■ 14 Size Gents' Pocket
Watches
White Gold Filled
Ladles' Silk Ribbon Bracelet Watches
Pearl Necklaces
Bluebird Pearls
Engagement and
Wedding Rings
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, BMEI.TINO AND RKKININO DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, SUrer, Copper, Lead & Zlne Orel
Prodr.cereof Gold, Sllfer, Copper, Pig Lead and Zlne
"TAD11UC" BRAND
Morrison & Burke
Dealers In Coal and Wood
TRANSFER WORK DONE
Tell your wlvei and tell your
friends
_^^_^^^^^_  WMVAV.
W. K. Attree wus willed to Sheep
Creek on Tuesday to do some repairs
to a tourist car.
Mrs. Qalbfftlth, Mrs. Attree. Mrs. j
Pilclier and Mrs. Tulfree were Cranbrook shoppers last week.
The pact low days of hot weather
lias resulted in the St. Mary's river
rising but the Kootenay is still normal
I Among those from here trying their J
luck recently with the Bportlve snl-
1 mon at the Horse Shoe Lake, were
Messrs. Attree, PUcher. Ackroyd.
ChnmliiRs and Kershaw. Quite a few
Cranbrook nnd Wardner fishermen also visited tho lake.
Mrs. Palmer and family moved to
Wycliffe hist week,
Mrs. II. Held of Cranbrook. is spen-
dinp this week with Mrs. J. White.
Mr. Oeorge Baker and Mr. Rattray
were here from Yahk. lately.
Commander  PUcher,  Mr.  Drayton,
and 0, C. Thompson motored to Ferule mi Monday.
Will you please put the axes back
with the rost of the flro equipment,
Ihey might he needed some time.
Mr. Ackroyd arrived back in Steele
last week-end.
Mr. F. W. Cooper came home from
Jewell's wimp thla week to attend to
his ranch.
ramM
It is the purest, safest and
most wonderful skin remedy the
world 1ms ever known. Whether
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wound, eczema, pimples, rash,
ringworm, boils, ulcers, abscess-i
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should be applied with the
least  possible delay.
Always Soothing A Reliable.
The skin readily absorbs tbis
herbal Zam Buk. lt is a rare
balm tbat gets right down into
lhe innermost tissues, soothing,
healing and purifying tlie skin
in a way impossible to fatty
salves and ointments.
Splendid For
Skin troubles
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guarantee of satisfactory service, a record of long expe- 1
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BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT
THE GLEN CAFE  (formerly the White Lunch)   is now
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renovated.
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The Introductory Special Announcement Sale of
Kimberley Dry Goods Co.
IS NOW ON
New Goods to Choose From
Kimberley Dry Goods Go.
P. Burns Old Location
Announcement I
The Kimberley Garage is now prepared to look after
your Auto troubles be Ihey little or great. Willi two export mechanics in tlieir service tliey do not hesitate to
guarantee absolutely all their work.
Commodious Storage Space.     Twenty-four Hour Service
Most Cp-To-Date Gasoline Service Station in the District
Filtered Gasoline -        • Oils and Accessories   $
Take your work wliere you can be sure of Expert Service
The Kimberley Garage
Agents For Chevrolet ('nra and Trucks.        Hudson and Enrol Cam   J Friday, May nth, 1924
fllK  CRANHKOOK   IIKKALI*
PAGE THREE
MINISTERS PUT (USE
FOR GOVERNMENT
(Continued Irom Page 1)
the distance from Montreal to Vancouvor to keep uji in road mileage in tlio
province, and tlieir program hud been
to connect up tho outlying roads with
the trunk roads, while the latter had
been dealt with under the federal aid
scheme, by which forty per cent, had
been contributed tu the upkeep of the
main highways. There were over 60
miles of wooden, bridges to maintain,
which had been a serious problem, the
life of the slructures being previously
only aboul twelve years. The typo of
bridge had now beau improved, however, and for little more expense they
had eecurod much more lasting structures. Thore wero also Blxly-three
subsidized ferries in the province. The
fact that not less than 75 per cent, of
ihe population or tho province resided
in organized territory made the problem of the rural roads more dllllcult.
other undertakings of his department
such as in the dry bolt of tlio Okanagan were moiWtoned, and Dr, Sutherland concluded what seemed to be a
rather labored effort with ani appeal
lor support of Premier Oliver, the only
wartime premier wlio had been relumed to power, which he claimed
was owing to the social and labor legislation which he had put forward
Thero wero signs of an election, he
said, tint this rested with the Premier,
Ho appealed to the supporters of the
government to send someone to he),)
It in wi end of one whom he described
as having accomplished very llttl
Tho attorney-general who followed, -von wider than had been asked for, McBrldeand had brought the province
spoke In characteristic vein. Willi hli and after it had closed still thoy wait to the verge of bankruptcy. The Do-
fluenoy and command of all Hi- aril- out and oomplatned of books and doc- minion Trust failure, the I'.n.E "mill-
flees of rhetoric, he is undoutedly Mm umoots being burned, in spite of the stone" guarantees, payments to con-
silver - longued DemoBthoiiog of the fact that the Prtce-Walorhottee audit tractors out of the proceeds before
cabinet, Hut his arguments in some had disclosed the fact that all the ne- they had been earned, with no hold ou
Instances seemed u little Mtperflrlal, OCggary vouchers und papers were on them, Canadian Northern Pacific
j as If he wore but scratching at the'record, No documents had been lost, guarantees, all these and
surface of things, and ruing a lltt.u Mr, Manson declared, and McRae had many other things were placed to Mr.
deeper might not have shown the jamo been given six weeks to prove any Bowser's credit. Royal commissions
conclusions. The aito.ney-general one of the thirty-one charges laid,'had go:ie up ami down the country.
quite lived up his sobriquet of]and hud failed, including the Instance'while in the time of the present gov-
"lapid-rin Munson." bis sentences wherein Messrs. Bowser and Sloan'eminent there had only been two in
following one  another   In a veritable were said io have accepted  $50,000 tbe eight years.   Mr. Bowser was still
in
torrent of e'uouence.
Referring to his lasi visit here .it
the time of the bye-eleclbm Mr. Munson said he bore no ma If 00 ns to the
results then. This wns the first time
he had been able tu lour the province
since lhat time though he believed
that tho ministers ought to get out
throughout the different  conatltuon-
OlOB of the province as much as possible. Previous lo Ifllfl it had been
charged againsl. the former administration that tho seal, of government
had been at Vancouver and that the
outlying districts had  been  neglected.
payments   for   campaign funds from seeing things thro
contractors.     Rossltor,  the  star   wit-[glosses,   which   n:
Hess for the McRae parly, was scorch-1 earlier times, but
ed by Mr. Mtuison for hla attempts to  provlni
poddle  copies  of  documents   he   had'
copied from tho riles, first to the Conservatives uml then to McRae        He
had been getting t2i,a a mouth  from
the new party, and the day before he
went Into tha Witness box, Mr. Manson charged, he had been given a cheque for $100.
What was being done now was that
he "McRae trick" was to be played
^^enwne
Aspirin
Say "Bayer Aspirin"
INSIST! Unless you see the
"Bayer Cross" on tablets you
are not getting the genuine
Bayer Aspirin proved safe by
millions and prescribed by physicians for 24 years.
o &s* Accept only -
»^Oy*^ Bayer package
which contains proven directions
Handy "Bayer" boxo3 of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 nnd 100—Druggists
Aspirin   Is   tlio   trade  murk   (registered   In
f(i,,v!:n of l'..ivi r Manufacture of Mono-
■ocllcacbleatet ut Balleyllctctd
the farmers, aa It had been done for
Mr, Manson did not mince words In the past thirty-live years by McRae in
dealing with the Provincial party and other fields, said the attorney-general•
particularly Its leader. (Jon. A. 1). Mc- Parties cannot afford to spend money
Rao, It is doubtful if any man iu pub- es McRae has done. The new party's
lie lifo has been quite so severely campaign was supposed to have cost
castigated from u public platform In $160,000 so far, and was now going at
this city nt any time, as the leader of the rate or about $0,000 a month,
the new party In this province. Raked McRae expects a lavish return lor
fore and aft and riddled With broad-: this, the attorney-gen, Insinuated. Me
sides, there waa little loft Of the repu-j does nol expect to get a clear major-]
Iation of Gen. McRae save ragged'ity in tho house, but hopes to obtain'
shreds, at the conclusion of Mr. Man- i the balance of power, so that he could
sou's address. i have some hope of regulating the tlm-
"It will bo no fault of the Provin-jber royalties, which he had handled ]lTO)„„t   „,„,, „,„,, *.„„ „, „„ Mgos
clnl Party if anyone in the govern-! for the big American interests about
ment has any reputation  left," was 1908.   Mr. Manson went very exliaus-
highiy partlzau
have  gone   in
s  nut  what  thej
wanted   now.    Mr.   Bowser
had   developed    uo    .strength   behind!
him, Mr. Manson Btated; his followers1
iu tho house were "rubber Stamps."
Though the gross debt of the prov-!
Inoe stood at $71,000,000, Mr, Manson
stated thero wen- assets that could bo
charged against it. consisting of sinking funds, loans of various kinds, and
capital fuud expenditures which ultimately would be repaid. *» that the
net debt stood at only $38,000,000,
Comparing this with other provinces,
and also the amount nf sinking funds!
available. Mr. Manson made out a
strong case for the financial position
of tho governmenl. Mr. Bowser's
government had spent two million
dollars on the civil service, or :tfl per
cent, of lhe revenue, wheroas as now
only three millions were being spent
or but 16 per cent, of the revenue, an
Increase which Mr. .Manson thought
was reasonable when tiie added
services being given w, re taken into
B.C wa* making '. fust recovery. Production aud the wage outlay had increased tremendously. The social
ami labor legislation of the government had some bearing on this increased prosperity or the province, Mr. I
Manson said. B.C. led in legislation
beneficial :o the workers, he claimed,
and the status of the women lind been :
raised by the passage of many measures. He made some reference to the
8 hour law which is to come into force
on the Ut of January, and of the com-;
mission which is to administer it..
Speaking on behalf of the government
ho urged that comparison be made of,
the record of the past eight years and!
the eight years preceding, and that i
the electors should register their opinions in emphatic fashion of tlie tactics of Oen. McRae.
Mr.   .Manson   paid   glowing   trlhuto
to Premier Oliver, showing   his   rlso
as a member of a humble British fa-:
mlly to the premiership of the prov-,
Inoe, Now that a personal grievance
iiad been vindicated ai the last elec-
t'on here, he thought there shoi Id be'
no hesitation on the part of the people
In endorsing the government.
The meeting closed with the singing
of the National Anthem.
a qualified Investigator who win look
into the possibilities of a market for
nil of Alberta's farm products
SYNOPSIS OF
UND ACT AMENDMENTS
Edmonton,—By arrangements made
by Hon. George Hoadley, minister of *
agriculture, a trial shipment of cows
and steers wil be made in the near
future to Japan, for the purpose of
testing out the possibilities of a market for Alberta's live stock In that
country. It is also the purpose of the
Department to send with the shipment
the first shot at the new opposition
forces. Reforrlng to the vague rumor from the coast tliat thore might
be a possible merger of tho two opposition forces, Mr. Manson said ho
hod too much rospect for the Conservative party and I's record to believe
that it would "soil and dishonor itself"
with any alliance with McRae. though
he said tliat all the leaders in the new
movement were conservatives. He
complained of the circulation of the
"Searchlights" which contained almost every conoeivable epithet of
abuse, and which he termed was a disgrace to any party. The worst result
was that the people in the rural districts, not in a position to know the
real truth were being misled.
Referring to the recent P.G.E. en.
tlvely Into tho connection of Gen. Mr
prevailing now.     The taxes could be
cut down, und the civil service too.
i but oitily at the cost   of   sacrificing
Hae with aome undertakings in the  „uch bra„(,|lcs „, ,„„ „„,„„„,, po„.
province, Buch as the exploitation of
Port Mann—which he described as the
worst case in Canada — the I%iiic
Whaling Co., the North Pacific Fisheries, tho Dumsmulr Collieries—in all
or these Gen. McRae had been interested and had made much out of them
by (itieationable procedure, according
to Mr. Manaon. "With a few more Oen.
McRaes, B.C. would not smell very
sweetly to British capitalists," wis
one of the characteristic compliments
passed by the attorney-general.
After having disposed of (Jen. McRae it was only natural that Mr. Bowser should come In for a little atten-
slon branch, the minimum wage board,
the Tranquillo sanitarium, school for
the blind, etc., which of course would
be hardly desirable.
As to the "unfortunate circumstance" which had led to the reverse at
the bye-election, Mr. Manson said the
personal issue had now been settled.
and that the candidate would have to
stand "placarded fore and aft with the
Bowser government."
Mr. Manson did not make any extended rofeience to the liquor questions but he did state that the cost of
the upkeep of the B.C. stores at $700.-
tion from Mr. Manson, but anything 00° II >'enr- compared very favorably,
that could be said of the Conservative  wllh Quebec, where it cost $11,000,000 |
quiry, Mr. Manson stated that the last \ warhorse was but a love-pat after Uie a  JrB*r'    He characterized liquor as
thing Gen. McRae wanted was a royal j lashing given to Gen. McRae. ",Il« meanest thing to administer, and
commission; he knew Premier Oliver!    Mr. Bowser, he claimed    did   not » continual bed of thonm."   The fact
was engrossed  in the  freight  rates I have the confidence of the Conserve- tliat tnere lllul ^en no criticism of tbe
question and chose thnt time to Issue ; tive party; he was not acceptable to liquor administration from Mr. Bow-
hfs promiscuous challenges. The roy- < some  because   of  the  record   of  hla   s(>i~ be took as a great compliment,
al commission, ultimately granted was j administration.     He  had  ousted   Mr.      Industrially. Mr. Manson staled that I
£6
Whisky may be old yet not
matured. To be matured it
must have been aged in cask.
Radian (Bib!
WHISKY
are thoroughly matured in
Oak Casks  stored in rack
warehouses.
Observe the  guarantee of
age  on   the   Government
Stamp over the capsule of
every bottle.
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Hiram Walker& sons, Limited
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i
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PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant      unreserved,      surveyed
Crown  lands  may   bo  pre-empted  b>
British BUbJecls ever is years of *««
mid by aliens on declaring Ihtetitioti
to become British -subjects, cotldl*
: tonal upon residence, occupation
tnd Improvement fvi agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerning regu*
utlons lugardtng pre-emptions li
given in Bulletin No. i. l.an<j Set-lea
Bow to Pre-emp' Land," copies ut
which can be obtained free of .luugt
by addressing tha liepui tmeni ol
Lands. Vlitor i. B.C., or to uny Qo>-
. iiT.ent  Ajjellt.
Records   will   be   grunted   covarlni
■uly  land suitable   lur    agriculture
purposes, and which is not timber-
land,   i.e.,  carrying   ever  O.oOe   boart
reet per acre west of the Coast Rangt
nnd s.ouO feet pel sere «-«»t uf thai
Range,
Application* for pre-emptions ""
■•> be addressed to ihu Land Commissioner of the Land Recording in
vision, in which tli* hu:,! applied foi
It sttuated( am are mods on printed
tnfma. copies of which can be eli-
tained fruin the Land Commissioner
Pre-emptiuiis must be occupied foi
five years and improvements audi
la value ot lie per acre, Inctudlni
.earing and cultivating ut least Hw
acres,  before  u  Crown  (Irani   can  bl
ecelved
For more detailed Information ■•*
ihe Bulletin "Hew to Pre-tmpl
Land."
PURCHASE O
Applications ate received for purchase ot vacant nnd unreserved
''rown Isnde, nit being tlraberlud
for ftKrlcuiturnl purpo »es. minim un:
prion cf flrit-piavf (arable) land le tt
ner acre, and second-cPus (gracing)
and $- f>0 per it. ie Further li formation regarding purchase or letai
-■f Crown land* ;» given In BulUtli
No. 10. Land Serlee. "Purchase and
Lease o( Crown Landi."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sltee on
Holder land, nut eiie.-..,; ,. 40 aorea
maT bo purchased or leased, the conditions including payment 01
■turn page
HOMESITE   LEASES
I'nsurveyed areas. Dot exceeding It
ftcres,   may   be   leafed  na   hometltei
conditional  upon  a  dwelling  being
• rected In the Oral year, title bolng
obtainable after residence and tin
provement cond'tlon-s are fulfilled
and '.and baa been surveyed.
LEASES
For grazing and industrial pur
poses areas not exceeding 640 acrei
may  be  leaaed  by one  person  or a
i ompony,
GRAZING
t'nder the Grazing Act the Prov-
:• ■* la divided Into grazlrr dtatrkti
und the renge admb lstei>d under a
Orating Commissioner Annual
grazing permits are issued baaed on
numbers ranged, priority beins given
0 established owner? Btdctt-owtitri
may form a*4*uH <Uiot,.s (or run if«
management. Free, or partially (req
permits are available for lettir-s
■ unpers   and   traveller*,   up   ■*      «
':.-.* ad      _ r%
J MHK   FOUR
THK   CRAHBBOOK   HERALD
Friday, May lllii, 1021
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H WE ARE HERB TO SERVE YOU AND WILL :'
•1 APPRECIATE  VOUR  PATRONAOE. |'
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Fancy Goods & China
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U-xtracta from The Cranbrook
Heruld «t Llila date, 1903.
RAWORTH BROS.
Messrs. 0. und A. Leltch are stated
, to bu arramlng for the erection of u
: sawmill al Jaffray.
A meeting this week of between liit)
j and ^00 residents, mostly property
■ iiwiuts voted unanimously in favor of
Incorporation, which will probably now
on wiih.
Kootenay points.
A meeting was held 111 tlio ollleo of
Heale fi, Elwell this week, when tho
Kootenay Golf anl, of Cranbrook, was
formed.
Many homes and social relations
are to be broken* by the removal of the
government offices from tort Steele
to Cranbrook, which ls now being undertaken by j. p. Armstrong, the government agent.
I  bo go
This week the dlstrlcl meeting of
I Try Us For Repairs antl del Salisiartioii _.
1 C.l'R. WATCH INSPECTOR NEXT TO THE TOST OFFICE § tho Mothoilist church wus held here.
S ' PI with dologates attending from Fast
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Published Every Friday
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MAY           1924
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FltlliAV, .\l,.\v nth. 192*1
N tl T E    A N D    C 0 M M K N T
| of litis city '.b likely to oppose Mr, Walllnger In
' ihis riding as tt Liberal. The prospect of the
' (resident or the city Conservative Association
'and veteran of many campaigns, turning his po-
llltlcal coal inside out is too much for the average imagination to contemplate. When it happens the heavens will fall, anil Ihe Conservative
party, and all oiher parties, will be no more.
To brand men of the type such as have been
given the Conservative nomination in the Cranbrooit and Columbia ridings as "professional politicians" who are "in il for what they can get
out" is not only absurd, but reflects a wanted
mentality. When men are brought out whom it
is felt will elevate the tone of polities, there are
always those who are ready to assert "they are
all Ihe same." Those are the type of men whom
politics could not spoil were it black as night. Politics is not all rottenness, anyway, and those who
say il is are belittling all human nature to their
own smallness of stature, besides displaying an
ignorance of real character when Ihey do meet it.
After lhe arraignment of the leader of the
provincial parly movement by the attorney-general in this city a few days, anything Mr. Ilowser
may havo said at any time in criticism of the government or anyone in ii pales into Insignifi-i
cance. In power or oui of ii; in (he days when |
personalities were bandied back and forth pretty
freely, or in later years, nothing thai .Mr. Ilowser
has said concerning his opponents has been quite
as vitriolic as the al lent ions Mr. Manson lavished'
on Gen. McRae. His judgment was questioned,
and his motives were given a sinister aspect from!
every angle, nol only in regard to politics, but
also in his husiness dealings prior to his entry into public life like a comet with his new party.
Even his political crusade was characterized as a
simply a screen to hide grasping motives behind it.
The Vancouver Province lias got a bail poll
tical squint on when it says that Mayor llalinein
rom Our Exchanges
my.v.vwf, o.\t;*s row in: it inn
To limit the term "producer" to those handling tangible commodities, ami to scorn ns non-producers, merchants, bankers, und agents of all sorts, is absurd. Even
soldiers and BttilorB, If tbelr services nre essential to keeping open and inviolate the roads between supplies and
wants, are engaged in tasks economically productive. No
ono can reasonably say that their occupation te yet gone.
The world is still restive. War is not impossible. Mr.
Ramsay MacDonmdd has announced that part of his policy
is the fostering of the League of Nations. That we all do-
sire. Vet. when we find him, while willing tu trust the
league, also determined to keep his powder dry, we acclaim
his common sense. He sees mul acknowledges that tlie
royal navy is a vital part of our national assurance scheme
for keeping wants ami supplies in effective reltion, and is
willing to spend money oil it by way of the necessary premium.--Auckland Weekly News.
PUBLIC SCHOOL BASE-
BAIL LEAGUE GETS
GOEfG THIS WEEK
CltAMIJMIOK WILL
CELEBRATE IN
TWO WEEKS'TIME
Seven  Teams  Contesting  \\\r
Championship, Three Afternoon Games Eacli Week
Monday afternoon of Mils week saw
(ho commencement or tlie public
school ball league, once again. Seven
teams are In the league, each team
carrying three spare players. The
games will bo played Monday, Tuesday and Weilnesday afternoons of
each week until school closes. The
grounds on Thursday and Friday will
be useil for tho High School league
games.   The team;-, are as follows:
A: E. Laurie; (enpt), II. Simpson,
G. Travis, A. Shaw, 11. Llnnell, G- Btg-
gtttlni, E. Worden, A. Williams. V.
Galbralth, G. Pelton, J. Farreli. E.
Ryan,
B: R. Taylor; (capt.) D. Burton, J.
McFarlane. .1. Brookes, 1). Brake, C.
Robertson, 1). Weston, A. Dalzlel, J.
DlXOU, M. McPhee. H. Taylor. L. Holm.
(': M. Horie; (capt.) J. Henderson,
G. George, Dobie McDonald, W. Panning, G. Ranklns. (i. Brumby, H. Fanning, J. McKay. 11. ErlckBon, L. Burgess, A. D'Hondt.
D:   J.   Horie;   (capt)   B.   Wolfe,   lt.
McDonald, it. Brown, w. Spence, B.
Flett, .1. Welkel, E, Holm. N. Qal-
hraith, S. Porter, F. Martin. Q, Futa.
B: Ii. Laurie; (capt.) J. Metcalfe.
W, Taylor. ('. Harrison, (i. Panning,
0. Roy Harrison, Ii. Bensoos G. Kemball. W. McCoy. J. Magro, R Kennedy,
A. Lodge.
F: E, Lewis: (capt.) .T, Atchison,
A, Gill, Hon McDonald, Paul Harrison, .T. Little, L. Paterson, R. Mulrhead, Pat Harrison, D. Harvey, W.
Agland. M. MacPherson.
G: S. Magro; (capt) W. Barrett, J.
Barber. M. Reade, ('. McBurney, W.
Cos, D. Turner, R. Shaw. H. Ilnldou-
ei. M. Goddoris, G. Blaine, It. Luscombe.
Results of (he games to dale are:
Monday, May 6th:
lt       11     E
R. Taylor  '..,. 8      1       B
E. Laurie   i>      1      0
Batteries: Taylor and Burton; Laurie and Harrison.
Tuesday May 8th,
Mack Hode   6      6      W
Jack Horie    6       I       2
Batteries: Horie   and   Henderson;
Horie and \V. Spence. Double play,
W. Spence, misstated.
Big Two Days' Program} List,
ol" Scliool Sports—Prizes      !
Vor Decorated Bicycles
Tho committee In charge of the 24th;
of May celebration held its weekly
meeting in the G.W.V.A. ball on Tuesday evening, when plans for the big
day were pushed forward another
notch, All committees have been active.
There have been no alterations is
any of the arrangements as originally
planned, the time table as at present
drawn up being as follows:
Friday, May 23rd, 1.30 p.m.—School
Sports at lhe hall park.
Football match between tho winner
of the Ktmberley-doncentrator game
on tbe 18th, and Crnnbrook.
0.30 p.m. Big Dance nt the Auditorium.
Saturday May 24th.—0.30 a.m.
Monster Parade.
1(1.30 a.m. — Baseball Game, (First
Game).
1.30 p.m. Horse Races and Athletic
Sports.
8.30.—Final Baseball Game.
ll.30.—Cinderella Dance.
A big feature of (iitwl'arade this year
will  bo the bicycle brigade. The
Canada Cycle and Motor Co., through
ibeir agents. Patmore Bros., are presenting four valuable prizes for competition among the decorated bicycles
In the parade, and the G.W.V.A. are
giving second prizes in each case as
designated by the bicycle company,
In each Instance tho second prize will
be an order on Patmore Bros, Tor $2.50
for bicycle supplies.
Here nre the classes:
Best Decorated Bicycle in lhe parade; 1st. One pair of Dunlop Traction
Cord Tires.
2nd. $2.5 order on Patmore Bros.
For Most Originally Decorated
Bike; 1st One Motor Bike Special Saddle.
2nd, $2,60 Order on Patmore Bros.
For Best Comic Costume; 1st Panther Acetylene Bike Lamp.
2nd, $2.50 Order on Patmore Bros.
For Youngest Hoy Rider in the parade. ?2..ri0 order ou Patmore Patmore
Bros.
For Youngest Girl rider In the parade,   $2.50 order on Patmore Bros.
Corporal Wilson of the R.C.M.P. has
kindly consented to marshal the parade.
Final arrangement s arc being made
with the hntiil Mils week and it is expected that large posters will be got
out announcing the dates und more
particulars as to the events.
Indians from ail over the universe
will be iu for the occasion.
Following Is (he program as arranged for the school sports on ihe afternoon of the 23rd:
1. Hoys, li years:  40 yards.
2. Girls ti years: 40 yards.
3. Boys 7 years: 40 yards.
4. Girls 7 years: 40 yards.
5. Boys S years: 40 yards.
6. Girls X years: 40 yards.
7. Boys il years 50 yards.
S.   Girls 9 years: 50 yards.
Boys 10 years: 50 yards.
Girls 10 years: 50 yards.
Boys 11 years: 75 yards.
Girls 11 years: 50 yards.
Boys 12 years: 75 yardJ.
Girls 12 years: 50 yards.
Boys 13 years: 100 yards.
Girls 13 years: 50 yards.
Boys 11 years: 100 yards.
Girls 15 years; 50 yards.
Boys 15 years: 100 yurds.
Girls 14 years: 50 yards.
Boys Relay Race.
Girls Relay Race.
Boys  High  Jump.
Boys Long Jump.
Boys Half Mile Handicap.
High School Events
20.   Boys Relay.
27. Girls Relay.
28. Boys Long Jump.
29. Boys High Jump.
30. Boys 100 yards.
31. Girls 75 yards.
The following events will be contested If prizes nre available:
32. Shot Put: 8 IbH., Public School.
33. Shot Put:  8 lbs., High School.
34. Hurdle Race. 120 yurds. Public
Scliool.
35. Hurdle Race. 120 ynrds. High
School.
THK   WEATHER   BULLETIN
Official    Thermometer   Heading*   At
frnnbronk
Max. Min
May  1       72       29
May 2       80       31
May 3       70       44
May 4       57       29
May  5       55       31
May  fi       59       23
May 7     66      29
, , ♦♦■	
Itftfhm.- Two hundred head of entile were sold at the nineteenth annual winter flttle of the Saskatchewan
Cattle Breeders' Association held here
recently. Over half of ihe purebred
cattle soltl wero Shorthorns. Satis
factory prices were realised.
Friday, fffty 18
Ol! THAT MEN would praise the Lord
for His goodnesB and for his wonderful works to tbo children of men.—
Psalm 107:21.
BAJTO CONCERT GIVES
PLEASURE TO Bid
CROWD SUNDAY LAST
Keeps
^heUomeClam
fJIHiETTS P'URE
w   FLAKE LYE Is the
flrst-ftld to homo unnltatinn. Nothing equals il fur clinniim out
nnkf, and drains, clenninit greuy
cooklnr utensils, keeping flaitri
clean, etc. Get a can from your
grccer. It will suve juu much
hard labor.
1 GILLETT'S '
IOO% PURE FLAKE
LYE
Saturday, May lo
LOVE, JOY,  PEACE,  Longsuffertng,
Gentilenese,   Goodness,   Faith,   Meekness, Temperance; againsl such there
is no law.—Galatians 5:22.23.
+    +    +
Sunday, May II
IP THINE ENEMY be hungry, give
him bread to eat, and if lie thirst, give
him water to drink.-—Proverbs 25:21.
+    +    +
Monday. May 1*
THIS IS THE CONFIDENCE lhat we
have in Him, tlmt. if we ask anything
according to His will. He hearetb us.
—1 John 5:14.
+ -1- +
Tiic-ilii}, May 13
EYE HATH NOT SEEN, nor ear
heard, neither have entered into the
heart of man, tlte things which God
luitli prepared for ihem Hint love him.
—1 Corinthians 2:9.
+     -L.     J-
WejliieHlnj, Mny 14
SEEK YE THK LORD while he may
be found: call ye upon him while he
Is neur.—Isaiah 55:6,
+ + +
Thursday. .May 1.1
PEACE 1 LEAVE WITH YOU, my
peace I give unto you: not as the
world giveth. give I unto you. Lot not
your hetirt be troubled, neither lot It
be afraid.—John 14:27.
Efforts of New Louder Showing
(iimhI  Results;  Repeutett
Encore Requests
Judging from iho enthusiastic applause that greeted every number on
the program at the concert given iu
the Auiliioritini by tho Home Town
Band, Sunday night, and by the complimentary remarks overheard al (he
conclusion of tho performance, the
newly formed organization and ils
leader, Mr. W. A. Burton, hnvo every
reason (o fool proud of themselves.
Tho majority of tbo lnrge crowd
Uml filled the Auditorium were very
pleasantly surprised nt the work, of
ihe baud uml wtll look forward to
hearing more from them, Considering
j thai it was prnctlqally (heir llrsl public, concorl performnn.ee, and tlmt they
I wero without any reed Instruments,
tlte success (hat met their efforts was
all tho moro creditable. There were
repeutod diemanda for encores, but
the leader showed good judgment in
limiting the time of the performance
by adhering to the program as arranged.
It would be bard to differentiate
between the different numbers, all
being exceptionally well executed,
Tho concluding number the march,
"Siuilent Spirit." was by some perhaps, mosl appreciated. The saxaphone
quartettes, two selections of Mr. Burton's own composition, were loudly
applauded.
U The 'cello selections by Mr. Chorl- I
ion. and the trio by Miss Evelyn An-'
tlerloti, piano; Mr. Chorlton, 'cello;
and Mr. Padberg. violin, were numbers that held the audience listening
to every note and after repeated requests ihey repeated a portion* of "All
j the Brook." tlieir second number, I
which was a beautiful selection.
I    Tlie Illumination of (be stage was
I planned by Mr. Burton, and was most
! effective, a pleasing drawing-room
appearance being given. The Innds-
mon appeared in (heir uniforms.
obtoJued from business and professional men under the guise of purchasing
advertising space in special programs,
year hooks and souvenir numbers, nud
similar forms of advertising. Tho
committee also states lhal it is generally realized lhat these have practically no advertslnig value.
As an example of the activity in
this line, the circular says that in a
recent local program only 10 per cent.
was used for reading matter, the balance being taken up with advertisements, "More than half the books
printed were never distributed," the
statement continues. "Wo are Informed dial approximately $ 1,000 was
netted   from Ih
Doubtless otboi
this pi'ogn
■ will    now    try   (he
same easy method of securing funds.
"Bustaoss and professional men
compluim thut ihey aro 'held up' in
this way because their competitors In
business yield to (he demands for such
advertising, On tho other baud we'
know merchants who refuse all such
demands aud who do uot lose anything (hereby, because they make it
clear that It is a policy tliey adhere to,
nind that everyone is treated alike.
"Worthy objects are entitled to public support, but we -submit (hat IL
would be better to give the money uh
a straight donation and cut out all the
pretense of getting something in return, and lho expense and waste Involved in the printing of what nobody
reads.
QIAI.ITV
Co-Operative
si:iivii i:
Seward's Gi'eaw Olive Tollel Soap, regular
2 I'or 26o, Special  IL' Bars $1.00
Crystal White Laundry Soap  18 liars 1.00   f
Royal Crown Laundry Soap, per carton 30c
Khic liar Free)
Fresh Creamery Butter, f> lbs. or ovor, per lb 40c
FLOUR IS ADVANCING IN PRICK*
Royal Household, 98s     3.60   \
Five sack lols 	
Glenora Flour. SiSs 	
Lyle's Golden Syrup, per tin
Apple Butter, per jar 	
Llbby's Sour .Mixed  Pickles
Spearmint (!uni
3.45  I
3.25
  35C  i
  456  I
7 for 25c
Saanlch Clams • • (i for 1.00   T
Beady Cut Macaroni   2 lbs. 25-C
Fresh Cocoanuts        15c
Bananas, Oranges, Lemons. Strawberries,
Lettuce, Etc.
THB LADIES' GUILD OF THE   CO-OPERATIVE   SOCIETY  WILL HOLD A HOME  COOKERY  SALE
IN TIIE STORE, SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
MAY  17th.
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.
.».♦••»•«*„.«■«»,.«. ^ .. T .... - ^ t f ,, t t
MAKING DRIVE AGAINST     I
ADVERTISING  PROGRAMS  |
OF EVERY KIND
Strongly urging that all business
men of Calgary unite in an effort to
eliminate advertising schemes which
are little more than donations, the
special advertising committee of the
Board of Trade lias sent a circular
letter, headlined. "Bleeding the Merchants," to all members, asking that
canvassers for advertising In. programmes, souvenir books, year books
iind similar forms, be required to show
a letter ot approval from the advertising committee of lhe Board.
According to the circular letter,
what are really donations aro  being
Just Arrived
Shipment of Delivery
Rigs, Democrats and
Heavy Teaming
Wagons
Dezall's
Blacksmith Shop
PHONE    50
TheldealCorforPersonrfTiwsportation
 <^	
Why Take Your Life in Your Hands?
DRIVE A
McLaughlin-Buick
With Four^Wheel Brakes     ~~     And Have No Regrets
LET US PROVE THIS TO YOUR SATISFACTION
Canada's Standard Car
HANSON GARAGE
J Friday, May Uili, 1021
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
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AitE tiikhk am ii«m:st men is
POLITICS f   ■
To the Editor,
Cranbrook Herald.
Sir:
Most of us know the expression "to
damni with faint praise," but lew of
us, 1 Imagine, have seen it so well
Illustrated as in your correspondent,
.Mr. t'olenian's iiralsewiirthy efforts,
in your Issue of April 25th, to mako
mil. some sorl ol' n case ror lhe present, loader of lhe Conservative party,
und for the Conservative candidate
i'or tlte Columbia riding lu tlio coming
election.     All   tlml   he seems  able   |o
say of the former is thnt "ho is the
nearoat approach to a statesman in the
province!" If this bo really so. the
sooner B.C. joins In tho suggey
government merger ot Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, in the hope
of finding something rather nearer
the genuine article, the better! Of
the latter, Mr. Coleman states that he
has nothing to gain but honor by go-
iiif; Into our B.C, parliament. What a
curious place to hunt for this seemingly rare possession! .May I hazard
lhe opinion, Mr- Editor, thai the crying need of British Columbia at this
presenl moment is NOT man who have
to socli honor, imi mon who already
possess il, and, above all, men who
know how jealously if should he guarded. How many of our professional—
or, us Mr. t'olemnii puts il. "studied"
parliamentarians, would put  honor
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Specials for Saturday
on the Choicest
Quality Meats
SPECIAL BEEF ROAST, per ll>  15*
SPECIAL BOILING BEEF, per lb 25*
SPECIAL ROUND STEAK      22*
SPECIAL PRIME RIBS, boned and rolled .. 22*
SPECIAL VEAL ROASTS, pfer 11). .. . 15* - 20*
SPECIAL STEWING  VEAL    10*
Special Grain Fed Pork
SHOULDER  ROASTS, per Ih.
LOIN ROASTS  	
16*
25*
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
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before loyalty to their party leader?
If there had been even a modicum of
i such in the last two parliaments, the
terrible state of things disclosed by
lhe recent Royal rommission on th
P.O.B., limited though ii wns. could
never huve come about. Ou the contrary, 1 would venture io state that
nineteen out of twenty of our professional politicians would consider that
honor consisted chiefly of loyalty io
their purty leader, a greivous misconception of its meaning. Tbe twentieth, I suppose, is tbe man Mr. Coleman i-efers to as the "disgruntled"
Conservative or the "disgruntled"
Liberal! and all right thinking men
must he thankful that we have a few
such to form the basis of u third parly, tor which they cun vote wholeheartedly antl without qualms,
Personally, I agree with yuu Mr
ISdltor. tbat u man should cast his
vote at all elections; but it would
have gone very much against (he main
with me to have had to vote for any
candidate who was content to enroll
himself antler the bnii'iier of fit he
thn present leaders or the two old
parties. We are told that we cannot
touch dirt without being defiled;
there are various brands of dirt, but
one of those with the greatest soiling
p \vers is a brand known as Political
Patronage, in which the leaders of
both the old parties have steeped
themselves beyond description, antl
one. If not both of them, has openly
stated that ft would be Impossible to
get on without it! The new party denies this, and lias made the abolition
of this evil one of the chief plnuks in
Its platform, and it is for all thinking
electors to give this pa ity tho chance
of bridging a horrible chasm with this
plank.
In conclusion, Mr. Editor, could you
not. persuade the leader of the Opposition to carry out at least one of his
pledges by taking all those who signed the petition for the Royal Commission, which has just terminated, into
the libel court? As soon as I heard
of his Intention, some months ago
now, I went to work ntitl saved Ibe
necessary twenty-live cents— il takes
some doing in these bard times, unless
you happen to be a government contractor on a cost-plus basis—but It
is rapidly burning a hole In my pocket, and I am afraid I: will Ret itself
spent in some less wo thy cause, un
less Mr. Bowser's damages are awarded him without detnv
J. BARNARD, Cap'
Haynes Lake
May 3rd 1924.
Wanted at Blairmore charged with
an offence under the inland revenue
art. Sylvtl Budez was arrested al Kimberley recently by the It.C.MP.
&■£
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Cranbrook Musical Society
PRESENTS
(IIMIKHT A Sri.I.IVAVS COMIC OFKRA
"THE MIKADO"
(By Contract with R. li'Oyly Carte)
UNDER DIRECTION
Mr. Geo. E. Honor     Musical  Director
Mr. A Inn Graham   staire Director
AUDITORIUM
Cranbrook B.C.
Friday & Saturday
May 16th <St 17th
CURTAIN AT 8.30
Seats $1.00 & $1.50
Reserved
SI'KCIAl, RESERVATIONS at Bcattlo-Nolile l)rii(t Store (11.50) JUj Dili
General  Rosomtlonsi   (*l.m>) Hay l-'tii
MATINEE for Children
SATURDAY, MAY 17th
ADMISSION Children 25c Adults $1.00
Insure with Beale fi Elwell.
Vardmaster J. H Cameron paid a
flying visit to hte relatives at Creston
o.i Saturday.
peelal Prices on New Batteries at
Service Qarage. Phone 34. ltf
Clyde MacKinnon hue returned from
.mi.nver, where he bos been atten-
ufl the university.
Saturday   night.   "SCARAHOUCKS1
Two shows, 7.00 and '.* 30 1:
Mr. a. I. Fisher baa returned to Per-
ie after the adjournment of the Hq-
or appeal rases b re this week.
See the ad. re performances of "The
Mikado" on another page ot this issue.
10
.Miss .Marion Pleti returned on
Thursday last from Calgary after completing the term   nl   Normal School
(here.
Try the Kootenay Garage for th
service that pleases. Agents and Deal
ers In Superior Chevrolet cars nml
trucks. 1
FOOTBALL MKETTNtt TO UK HELD
A football meeting is to be heltl al
tbe ii. \V. V. A. on Wednesday evening next, May Nth. al s o'clock, A
good attendance of football enthusiasts Ih retpiested.
We cany a full line oi Mens Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
Mr. J. Hesson returned to tho elty
Thursday of lust week afler a two
months visit to his home nt Pinch.
Ontario. While In the enst Mr. lies-
son visited many points of Intorost,
but like all true westerners was glad
to get buck.
Por expert w.orkinanoliip In charg
In*; uml overhauling batteries. Phone
Service Oarage, No. 34, We cull for
and deliver batteries, ltf
Mlse P. Hamilton of Belleville, Ont,
is visiting In Cratjibrook at the home
Of Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Harrison, having accompanied Mrs, Harrison recently on her return (rom the enst.
On Priday lasl a party was held at the
home of Mrs. P. Parrel 1 In
honor of Miss Hamilton, which was
quits largely attended, when a very
enjoyable evening was spent with
cards and music, a number of other
parries havo also been held in her
honor.
Saturday night. "SCARAMOUCHE"
Two shows. 7.00 uml 0.30. II
SOCIAL HATHKftlXJ
AMI DANCE AT MOVIE
8ATPRDAY liAST
Good    Crowd    in    Atlrmliuu'c
From Miiuy Outside Points;
Fifty Dollars Raised
Saturday evening, one of the most
pleasurable events that has taken
place in Moyie for some time, was
heltl iu the school house, when hy a
combination of a whist drive and so-
■-iai, which had been arranged by the
ladlee of St. Peter's Catholic church,
and ti dance by the Robinson orchestra that was scheduled lo take place
that night, a most enjoyable time was
held. There was a gootl turn out for
the whist drive, about nine tables
being in play. The winners of the
prizes were: 1st ladi s' Mrs C. Briggs.
Cranbrook, 1st gentlemen's, James
McCarthy; Consolation, ladies' Miss
L, Conrad; Gentlemen, fieo, Smith, a
bean guessing contest created a lot of
interest ami netted about $1"> for the
funds, the winner of the linen library
table cover being baby Oerald Burch.
with a guess of 1400 credited to bis
name, the exact number of beans iu
tlie pickle Jar being 1879. A. Allen.
Of Kimberley wns tho lucky winner
of another linen library table cover,
which was raffled. Both the prizes
were beautifully hand crochoted, the
work of Mrs. Q, Smith, who kindly
donated them for tho benefit of tbe
church.
The musical program consisted of
solos by Miss Francos Drummond,
accompanied by Mis. J. Whitehead
p.uno; und Mr. J. DIoboit, violin. Mr
Dleboll ulso favored villi a violin
solo.
Following the program the dance
began, ibe Robinson orchestra coining
ln for all sorts of favorable comment
on tbo excellence of the music which
they dispensed, When Hie time came
for the "Home Sweet Home" waltz, It
found many who were loath to leave
even though the hour wan late. There
were sevorul earn down from Crauhrook. while Kimberley. Bull River,
Yahk nnd Lumhertoii all had representatives.
The committee of the hullo* who
were retiponcihlc for the BU0CO88 of the
affair was Mrs. J. Whitehead, Mrs. P
Oulndon, and Mrs. A. Wler.
The refreshments pui the finishing
touches to an already perfect evening.
The salads. Ihe siinilwlcheti. the cuke
and tbe coffee were of the finest, but
tbe bentlS alone were worth lbe trip
In Moyle. They were a locnl production known as the "Cameron" brand
Fifty dollars was the not riwult or
th« ladle* snorts.
Ratcliffe & Stewart will be pleased
to show yon the new 11*24 model Star
Car. gotf
Tlie liquor appeal cases came up for
hearing before Judge Thompson on
Tuesday bul the cases did not get very
far owing to a legal tangle ensuing
over the non-filing of certain documents. The court is reserving decision ou the request of the prosecution
tbat the appeal of the defense be
thrown out and Judgment be sustained. The decision will be given on the
19th Inst,
We carry a full lino of Men's Women's  and  Children'* Rubbers.
W. F DORAN.
Onr low prices win every time.
A party of local Conservatives were
at Wardner on Wednesday evening
and effected the formation of a local
organization there. II. s. Jackson fs
the president of tho local body and
Mr. Winn the secretary-treasurer. Among iiio.se who went out from this clly were N. A. Walllnger, M.P.P., A. C.
Bowness, W, P. Cameron. Dr. J. W.
Rutiledge aud 11. W. Herchmer. . They
consider the situation there looks very favorable    for   the    Conservative
If you are figuring on New Tires
for your car this spring it will pay
you to call on Wilson's Vulcanizing
Works and get prices. We sell gasoline, oil, accessories and Second Hand
Tires and Tubes. in
The long arm oF the R.C.M.P. was
.tgniu In evidence this week when
Corporal Wilsom of the local squadron made the arrest of ono Paul Cour-
Lorlor al Lumberton, wanted at Coal
iJike, two hundred miles north of 13d-
monloii, tut several charges under lhe
Indian Act. Thai all the Imzurdous
work of ih.. u.c.M.p. is not. conllned
to the movie screen was evidenced in
tin's enso when a constable of the
Prince Albert division, afler hearing
of a clue when in the far north, rushed southward to start a olinso after
his man. He was slopped, however,
hy the swollen Saskatchewan river,
which be finally crossed on horseback.
Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
-it bargain prices. 25, 40, aud 50 watt
for 35c.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Wednesday evening the first ball
game of the season was played at the
ball park, when "Father Anton's*' Victorian's tried conclusions with the G
W. V. A. boys. Ou account of tbe con
ditlon of the field, which is at the present, time carpeted with a three Inch
layer of dust, the veterans were
counted favorites on account of their
experience in gas attacks. The Victorians, however, were out to make
them bite the dust in more ways than
one. and administered a 5 to 0 defeat.
The vets., considering that it was th?
first time that some of them had been
in uniform for ten or twelve years, did
very well Indeed, and with a little
practice they will be strong contend-
uperative thn
APKit REPOKT AMI ♦*♦*♦♦♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦ ♦**+*+***
STAMHViS  FR03I * t
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL J MUSICAL SOCIETY I
I NOTES I
Honor Roll, Division I.          ,$                l,WILJ $
j *      *
Worthington, Dolly Johns Mcmb        • I bat their al
First  Term.   - Doris   Eley     Violet expetfei        fu    i ... ." ■
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tirade 11: Second Term      Bernard! the Auditoriu .   Wednes-
Pelkey,   Albert   Russell   and   Rot ami Tl ui I next week
Coleman, equal. „ sharp<
Perfect Attendance: ■   Mabel Atki
son. Ivor Barren. Annie Berkln, Jo
Berkln. Mini! Blefare, Karl Brennan,  _ '
Margaret  Cassels,  Dorb   Eley,   Dolly ^^~ ' ' ~*
Johns. Jolando  Magro,  Vlolel  Miller.    >£jd^
™    \r Vine/    ''"ange I>
Vi!L*'y   TRAIN    SERVICE
E. N. SING Effective Sunday, Haj Is. 11)21
pitisjou  II.
Number enrol ■ l. i     P. ■ Wesl bound
attendant
Perfecl  Attendance:      E
rlngton, Frank   Bit fare   Wall
lings.    James    Haley.    Billy    McNeil,'*0, liN     V":      ; ' ' '
Harry  Sollckl,  Frsddb   SI    ■.   Ve!   i '" KrHBEBtl \
Coleman, "Muriel Miller, An i II   i Bl     x». ••-•*   L\   7 05 . m  D'lj I x  Su   laj
fare  Mary Cameron,  Ton;   Hostel ,.>„,„ MMm !{] ; y
Agnes  Moore,   Paul   Solieki.  Herberl
Berrlngton,    Waller    i'. s     Gertrude
Dalzlel,  Billy  Sfssi :.     E It      W •*
Marguerite  Pelkej    ,\: Ufi     ■   i ..
Bertha CollingB, H leu Cosl
donna Bruce, Cuthorlne Rosli       i;
Strood, Franklin Ele;
i
Pascuzzo. Allen 1
Eddie Walsh, li
White, Clyde Will
key.
>". ii;     \-:v   12 1" p ::. : h\    12.20 p.m.
Kn*tboimd
Xo, S21   Ar  l 10 p.m  D'l> K\  Su   Ins
ru UKl   WIXD1 l.'MJ HI
Xlt, Mil
Prom 1 IKE WIND! v.".* KI
Xo. Sft!    ■. i p.m. Wed   & Sal
I. M. FLEURY
li.i'v-( nnntln 1 Imltetl, Xos, " & S—
Hemstitching.— Mrs.
Surtees,  Gar-
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ileu  Avenue.
2tf
The date of tho hi i
:■;-   of the  :'*-
The Moiintalneer          i   S        'a
Junction  case of tho
W v,    aud ■■
St.               *  \
combluotl lumber opei
ttoi - bus 1
esumed.   First thn
set for     Jun-     10th
lu
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before one of the jn
Iges  of thi
mind, Jin
C. Supreme Court.   T
ie casi  -
.      .          &ny
heard   by   u   special
jury.    11     W
Herchmer Iti acting for tin
operators,  nml  IV.   II   it.      (or  -:
l.W.W.
. ■    '   *
When In CRANBROOK
Mount Baker Hotel
Conveniently Situated.      Most Modern Hotel ln the Dtstrl
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BAIIIS '  SH IWER
HOT AND COI.D     WATER IN EVERV llOOM
rati:.- fuom SI.00 U£.
Phone 92 P. O. Box 2<!
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*S
II KIRS WANTED
.Missing heirs are being sought
throughout the world. Many people
nre to day living In comparative poverty who are really rich, but do not
know It. You may be one of them.
Send for Index Book. ".Missing Heirs
and Next of Kin." containing carefully authenticated lists ot missing heirs
ind unclaimed estates which have been
dvertlsed for, here and abroad. The
Index of Mlsslufc Heirs we offer for
.-tale contains thousands of names
which have appeared in American.
Canadian. EngKsh, Scotch, Irish,
Welsh, Uermnn. French, Belgian,
Swedish, Indian, Colonial, and other
lewspnpers, inserted by lawyers, ex-
icutors, administrators, Also contains
lisl of Kngiisii nnd Irish Courts nf
Chancery nml unclaimed dividends
list of the Bank of England. Votir
name or your ancestors mny be ln the
list. Send 11.00 (one dollar) at once
for book.
IMKIOATKIXAI,   CUM   AOBXCT
Dept. 762
1'lTTSBirKflH, PAn I.S.A.
411
FOOTBALL LEAGUE
TAKES IX KnillKltl.KY
AM) t'llAMIIIOOK
A meeting of football enthusiasts
was held In the (S.W.V.A. hall, Cranbrook on Monday evening. Representatives were present from Klmberlev
and the Concentrator . It wns decided to form a Dlstrlcl football Lea-
sue and to call for entries. Bntr'es
*lose on .May 17th. w. E, Altchosan
if Kimberley was appointed secretarv
pro torn,   a meeltn, will be held in
KImherley on Mny  18th to el   nili-
■ers and draw up a schedule. It was
further decided to piny under the \
\.A. rules.
A foolbull giuiiK. Cotwi'ii'rntor vs
Kimberley Is to be played tin ihe ..t-
lernoon of the 18th. to decide who In
io have lho right lo play the rran-
brook I en IM at III" Wtll of Mu/ icle-
bratlon.  The final game takes placo
on the evening of Hie 23rd. being part
of the olebratlon utoiram.
U\JLnlE3lnJ.!
Leads the World in
Motor Car Value
Why?
SEE
Ratcliffe fi Stewa
AGENTS FOR
Nash & Star Cars
(SI Trucks
Exide- Battery Service
PHONE 42
— vim nn.i. i imp
I
The Fuji Tea Rooms
on \'.\N HORNE STREET Berve excellenl LIGHT
LUNCHES and MEALS.   Give them a trial.
ICE CREAM APPLES
SUIT DRINKS BANANAS
.MILK & CREAM STRAWERRIES
BUTTER MILK ORANOE8
(By (Husk or Quarl I
We hnvo some FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES In Sunk.
«••*»•••«•>•««••»*>••
9W
Bruce Robinson
Tuch6f Ol .Millie
STUDIO t lit hi: It ST., (ItAMIItOOK
Phone 80S P.O. Box   7li2
ROBINSON'S QRGHESTRA-DANCtS ARRANGEQ FOR
J tKPr. SIX
THE   CRANBROOK   IIKRAI.ll
Friday, May Dili, 1024
lMbo« EburcbBEV< "•,:> FBEEffi
SIMIAV, .HAV  11
11 a.m. Morning Service.
Junior Choir
12.15 Similay School and Adult Bible Class.
Free Discussion Welcomed
7.30 p.m. Evening Service. Senti
Vlll Will RECEIVE A (l)ltnlAI. tVKhCOHE
Choir
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
(
nB.W.A.FEHGIK
DENTIST
Canipliell-ltltiuniugt  Mock
I'Lone »;.     little llunrm
• to 12, 1 to ii p.m.   Nun. II to 1.
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians mul Surgeons
Ofllco  at  resilience,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons     2.00 to 4.00
Bvcnlngo   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Edmonton, -Tho provincial govorn-
i.iu BOOtl Ktiiiii cleaning and market-
lanl has disposed to date ol mure
50,000 bushels ni seed, wliich is
eeas ot tlie amount ii wns expec-
.viinld bo marketed tliis Beasoti,
compares with 16,500 bushols
Dteil ilui'liiB the season 1922-28
eat deal of seed Is boIiir out to
armors in tlio provlnco ns well us ti
minis abroad.
April Central
School Report
DIVISION I.
Shield Cor highest percentage of attendance held hy .Miss Woodland's
class. Division I., 9S.7',.
Aubrey McKowan ss.:'.; Phyllis
Thompson 88.2; Catliorln-e Harrison
85,1; Million Miles 84.7; Marion Kummer 84.1; Josephine Pascuzzo 81.0;
Usui Brake 80.11; Huy Ilrown 80.2; Elsie Brlckson 7H.H; .luck Henderson
7H.7; Lillian Lewis 78.8; Melville
Reude 78.11; Ernest Laurie 78.5; Hen
Laurie 78.5; Elizabeth Miller 7SI
Frasor MocKuy 77.ii; Hill Wolre 77.1;
Nancy Nishol 70.7; Jim Dalzlel 74.2;
Dorothy Shaw 73.5; Jack Barber 72.8;
Ktllc Cluirboueau 7l'.5; Harry Helse
71,1; Leslie Sniiisbury 711.3; Muck Hurl,. US.5; Millard .Simpson 08.2; Don-
nlil Burton 07.8; Ponrl Gooderham <i7;
Edgar Sanders
H0.5.
DR. F. II. MILKS
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOUIlfl
> to li a.m.     1 to 5 p.m.
Htnion Blk.. CRANIHIOOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPHERSON   !
Undertaker
Flume WO
Norbury ire, neit to lit; Hull    I
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
	
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets   ID   ths j
K.   of   P.   Hull
afternoon ol tbe
Orel Tuesday kt
11 p.m.
fpfgft:     A11 i0,n,, ,ro
cordially Invited
President:   .Mrs.   ff,   ff.   Wolfer   ;
Scc-Treuurcr:    Mrs.    Finlnysun    j
jBapttst Churcl)
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SIMIAV. MAY  II
,30 ii.in.
Tilt: HIDDEN LIFE"
and How to  Live
12 uoul
Btblo i'
■— Sunday School,
asses tor Men & Women
11 a.m.
"COUNTING  TI1I0 COST"
All!.   (OltDIAI.l.V
INVITED.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
i. o. o. r.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. *4t
Meets ererj
Monthly nlglit at
'The Audl*.orlum
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. O.       -       -     R. W. Leonard
Roe. Sec.   K. G. Dlngley. P.O.
115.1;  Jessie   Iln
Percentage nt attendance 98.7.
A. WOODLAND.
DIVISION II.
Percentage of attendance, 90.03.
Poarl Saunders 85.5; Edith Carlyle
80.2; Margaret Willis 79.11; Marion
Williams 75.S; Sellna Dixon, 75.7; Florence Finley 76.7; Dolls Maclttnrol
7-1.8; Joe Dlebolt 7-1.1; Dorothy Spent',
73.11; .Nelly Johnston 73.8; Hun*ie
Homo 73.7: Jim MncFarlano 73.3; Jeun
Home 72.4; Hazel Campbell 70; Tom
Collings 69.5; J. Metcalfe 69.3; Etta
MeOllI 08.3; Margaret Melnnls 00.7;
Wm. Darglo 00.6; Colvln McBurney
ti5.2; Hilly Taylor 08.8; \V. Spence
113.7: H. Taylor (13.5; lleg. Llppott 01.0;
Cyril Harrison 01.8; Alan (llll 60.0;
Snivels LJundqulsl 00.1; (Jruhnrn Travis 6D.S; Berthel Benson 58.2; Allan
Shaw 5li.ll; Madeline Woodman 55.4;
Marion fan- 54; Fred Stojuck 53;
Owen Slye 50; Jack Atchison 48.3;
Helen Briggs 47.5.
F. E. MAQBB, Teacher
DIVISION 111., tirade V.
Percentage of attendance 00.01.
Number on roll, 3!'
Jean MacDonald 82; Murine Dleboll
78; Olive Norgrove 7S; Paulino How-
ness 77; Dorothy Ilrown 77; Kobenu
Miller 74; Elvn Tinner 73; Lillian
Dale 71; Robert Mulrhead 71; Henry
Taylor 70; Lillian Webster 70; Ellsworth Ryan 09: Billy Crawford 09;
Huth Fanning 68; Arthur Lodge 08;
Garnet Hlaiu lis;
Emily Taylor 65;
Stanley Porter <i
62; June Collins
62; Dorothy Slew
Hull  60;     Walter
Edna Shepherd 67;
Lloyd Burgess 63;
., Murgnret Farreli
63. Alex Williams
nl 60; Harry Clirls-
Harretl  58;    Eddie
Leonard 57; Jack Parker 56; Malcolm
McPhee 55; Hiii Pcltom 54; Vlvlun
Kemp 53; Walter Aglaiul 53.
M. 0. UANNKiiMAN, Teacher
DIVISION Vlll.
Percentage ol attendance, 97.17.
Set I Term
Rosaline Weaton 83; Ruth Nicholson 76; Norman (iiilhriiith 72; Mike
Frost 69; Alliens Junes 69; Dorothy
F-lott 69; Mauri.t- Qodderls 08; .Iim
Alchlson 00; Eugene Kennedy 66:
M ii r I e 1 Collings 65; Patrick Harrison 65; Nancy McCrlndle
65; Wright Spears 63'; Juntos D'xon
62; Bertram McLean 61; Kathleen
Honzuk 57; Jeun Butledge 57; Helmer
Erlckson 50; Donuid Mcltuils 55; Reginald  Show 49.
First Ter in
Pauline Wise 66; Willie McCoy 64
Madeline. Wise 62; Knlhleoni Nlsbet
62; Ruth McKowan 55; Hazel Olnpp
56; Mar-Shall MacPherson 50; Hilda
Robinson 46; Winn'e Steward 45
(lene Ingham 43; Raymond Luscombe
41; Richard Ban Quan 40.
F. PAUL, Teacher
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
L K A n N   TO   K A K >
Individual Tuition
Commonco Any Tim©
Ihu and Sight (Musses
Completo, i'rai:tia>l Commercial
C«ur«e in Shorthand, Tyncwrit-
lng, Bookkeeping. Spelling,
Coinmen'fnl English, Commercial Law, Penmanship, Rapid
Calculation, Filing and General
Office Procedure.
P'tr ParilcularB:
Apply P.O. nm U, Neliiou, B.C.
Established 1898 Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEES BUILDER
AND   CONTRACTOR
Tahlnet Work.   Picture Kmuiliur
Eitlraatw given on
all cla»s«a of work
Office: Tomer Norlmry Atctuie
and Edward* Street
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Telephones 233 and 203
CRANBROOK      -      H.C.
WMWaMiwiiiiiBiairotiiiim.iiiiMir'1 ..mi nr
SHOE REPAIRING
SEE
MIKE KUZMENKO
CIlANIIItOOK STREET
Next to Helton's
Montana Restaurant
Meals at All Hours
■Cl-mrs, Cigarette*, and Candle,
GUY3M3X GLEANERS
ANDJJYERS
Every Garment aent to m to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knswlerfft* of the business
Is ynur suaui-auce of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will cull,
or bring an your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE   U7
DIVISION lllt Grade VII.
Percentage of attendance, its.23.
Helen Helse 83,8; Denis Turner
SO.S; Erneai Worden SO; Nor;
7S; Mildred Bridges 77.:!; Ida MacGregor 74.s; Leltch Paterson 74; Amy
Ban Quan 73.8; Frank Martin 72.1;
Mabel Clark 71.1; Laura Hall f)9;
Kathleen Henderson 68.6; Gordon
Brumby 68.6; Gordon Freeman 65.3;
Bert MacDonald 66.2; George Kemball
ii-1.2; Genrgt.; Fanning 04.1; .lack Horie ?3.6; Blly Flett 63.3; Huth Clial-
letuler 62.6; Gordon RanJtJna 02.1;
Grace McClure '12; Jean McPhee
61.6; Pat MacDonald 61.3; Ronald
Moffatt 00.S; iBabolle Frame 69;. .les-
siu Ctisselu 5S; Walter Fanning r.t,;
Robert Willis 55.
Absent    from   examinations,    Eva
Hteuder.
A. H. WESLEY.
AMATtil U IN NAJIK
ONLY" SAYS CRITIC OF
UNIVERSITY FLAYERS
IIUV©
Made   lli^li Reputation
Here iu Previous
Offerings
I     WASA NOTES     |
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♦■t«>***^* * a .>$ $ ***•> * *•> *.;..;. .*. a ...
About 0.8 a.m. on Wednesday morning of last week a confila-a;ration was
discovered by Mi\ Robert McBean,
one uf the employees al tho Doyle
ranch, which upon, further investigation proved to he Mr. Stewart's blacksmith shop, which was located some
distance from the other outbuilding*.
The loss to Mr. Stewart is considerably owing to the fact that the tools
wero rendered useless and no insurance was carried.
Mr. Al. Doyle, tho Fort Steele ranch
magnate, made ti trip ot inspection
over liis Wulf Creek properly ihi Wednesday ami Thursday,
The Players'  Club of the University of B.C., is umateur in name onJy,"
recently remarked a Vancouver dramatic critic.     For   nine years   this
foremost   dramatic   organization   has
mauaged to maintain a very high standard of excellence, both in the quality
of the plays chosen*, und iu tlie finished production! given them.      This Is
partly duo   to   the   excellent   spirit
which prevails umong tho members,
Those who mako tho east nro tltf
pltneri as firmly as any group of utilises.       Apart from their scholastic     Mr. W. McFadden. and C. McDonuld
work,   the  play   mul   Its   preparation  scaler,  and   checker,  respectively,  of
lake precedence ovor everything olso. tho Lovering mill, wore buslllOHB cal-
Other nctlvllles ure atuiriflood in tho low at Slownrl'a camp on Wolf Crook,
desire to attain the highest possible ,m Sunday.
Blnmlard in uutlnig.   Then, too, those —
in tho nisi of the spring play, which j Ml'- Manneli. ollleo manager tor the
is takon on the ar.flimal tour of tho* '*v»rI»K Qo, Ib BpofUnv ft »ow llmo
province, have usually had oxpcileiice1 H,lu' w,l,0n n" recently ncqitlrod. The
Iii tlm privato performances of the ordinary "tin lizzies" of tho district
ilull. These ure staged each year arw breathing rather hard In tholr
before Christmas, and give am oppor- "forts to koep the required clearance
Utility to the new niombers to show|tor sflfPtV-
iheir ability lieforo being constilere I
eligible for the more exacting performance. The other members of the
Club, not successful in securing parts.
DIVISION IX* Grade V.
Percentage of attendance, 94.23.
Number enrolled. 40.
Lily Matson 93,6; Evelyne Eley
S8.75; Edwin Haley S8.75; Beverley
Collier 84.75; Winnlfred Pelkey 84.25;
Wlllio Cullen 84; Jesele South 83;
Mary Roberts s:!; Helen Gllroy 82.75;
Peggy Reid S2."i; Florence Johnston
81; Phyllis Home 79.75; Geho Blgattini 79.25; Gladys Brain 78.75; Marie
MI10BjConins78.75; Rusk Randall 77.75; Edna Baxter 76.76; Norman Blaine 73:
Marshal! Russell 7lf; Mary Fyfe 72.25;
Eunice Moon Tl; Win. Home 71; Mary
Lamunt 68.26; Bet'y Genest. 07.25;
Jessie Cassldy 67.26; Evyonne Williams 67; Gordon Dezall 00; Louis
Holm 65.5; EIllol Harris'05.25; Edna
Taylor 03.5; Mnrra" Rombough 63;
Vera Sadler 62.5; Rosy Magro 61.5;
S.-die Gibbs 61.25; Lillian Russell 58;
John Magro 51.5; George Haddad
49.75; Clarence Johnston 40.75.
Absent for some or all Ihe exumir-
atlons: Gladys Burton, Cyril Harrison.
Viola Johnston. Willie Stevely. Dorothy Worthington, Francis Curie. Leona Small.
P. M. G. C. MACDONALD.
L. D. Cafe
(Little DkT-siiport)
When you wish somtthlng good
(o eat go to the "L.D."
m II    NtlCK*    1B-S    BIGHT
OLBANINO _ PRESSING
— REPAIHINO —
	
Vou Will .Make Xo Mistake
in Ordering that
m:\v spring suit
ok ovkucoat
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vim Horne Sheet
Opposite C, P. It. Depot
^Jione 4I»     ;:     Phono 4)16
DIVISION IV.
Percentage of attendance 07.43,
Audrey Collier 84; David Weston
•S2.5; MeltUile l.ebeau S0.0; David Evans 30; Nolllo Miller 79.5; Elslo
Woods 79.1; Llla Johnston 7S.5; Paul
Harrison and Norma Surtees 78; Arthur Salvanuichl 77; Eva Nicholson
70; Mary Huchcroft 7^.5; Hazel Williams 69.6; Mary Ruiikins and Sophie
MacGregor 68.1; Kathleen Haley 00.5;
Rita Strachan 05.1; Jessie Rruin and
Simon Frost 04.8; Helen ColllligB 60.5;
Roso liurton 60.1; Joe Little 59.0;
Garnet Patmore 5S.S; Nellie Sakagui-
chl 63.S; Hazel Simiison 63.1; May
Cox 61.8; Jiiraes Drew 41.8.
S    D. WHITE
DIVISION V.". Grade VI.
Number enrolled. 40.
..Percentage of attondauce 89.75.
Mao   Gooderham   77;   George
DIVISION X.
Percentage of attendance, 89.70.
Number enrolled 47.
Ethel McGee 88.2; On Young 86.0:
Aseiiath Leltch 84.8; Hildn Ulllls S'!.«:
.Itssle Mackay 8:;.2: Morah Shniisoe
Sl'.L': Donna Leltch 82; Pearl Priewall
80.S; Eve yu Holdener 79.8; James
Halcrow 70.2; Jan^ Nisbet 74.4; Pear'
Seohle 73.8; Eva Kllby 73.2; BUI:
Whiting 72.8; Cynthia Pollen 72; Ower
Haley and Martraret Rutledge 71:
Elizabeth Stewart 09.4; Dorothy Macdonald 69.2; Harold Howe 07.0; Jas
Lmm unci Robert MacGregor 07; Rob
ert Stevely 65.6; Edith "Walker 05.4:
Jack Pattinson 65.2; Yuel Guthrie
64.2; Edgar Offin 68.8; Harvey Hirct
03.0; Florence Steward 02; Christine
Williams 61.0; Josle Rlefnre 00.0; Allen Patmore 60.4; Mary Pritchard
60.2; Frank McClure 59.6; Edna Slinw
Puts  r>8.2; Allan Downey 50.8: Harry Walk
Mr. llnddad, representing the Koo-
"i ton ay Tradtivg Co., was a business vis-
I fttir on the Upper Wolf camps on Sat-
I urday of last week. Mr. Haddad car-
| rles a fine asuo/tment of men's appar-
I el, mid sells at reasonable prices from
stores ut Cranbrook and Foni-ie.
The Kootenay River Lumber _Co.
has begun operations and for the present is engaged in taking out piling
which is being shipped on tlie K.C.
Ry. Several men are employed under
the management of Mr. M. Horie. who
is looking after the work
Mr. Ed. Taylor has returned to the
Kootenay River plant after having
spent some time at his home near
Cranbrook, where he owns a farmstead.
Peter Jeffrey, rancher and logger.
of upper Wolf Creek rogiono, has been
assigned lo the position of skidding
teamster for Mr. M. Horie. Peter
says in- his palmy days in New Brune
iv'ng. May 22nd. the audience will bejwick, be could administer the "goad
assured   of   a   production that   will | stick" with deliberate accuracy while
stand comparison with tbe best road) driving what  he calls  a  "roadful  of
attractions thut tour this part of the horns."
West.    The  pay  Is  a very dramatic]
story of the evil of idle gossip and the
sorrow occasioned thereby tn a fash-
lalto chargo of the different depart
nients of tho production. The result
is a very careful and artistic perfor
malice, lu wliich scenery, costumes
aud property blend harmoniously.
Not a little of the success of the
club mny bo attributed to the fact that
sluco Its inception, tho coach nnd director has been Professor P. G. C,
Wood of the department of English.
Professor Wood has studied dramatic
art and public speaking at Columbia
Cnivorsity in New York, aa well as a
Stanford and California Universities.
This last year he was a student for the
summer session at the American Academy of the Dramatic Arts, In New
York City, the school that has trained
n.ost of the successful stage people of
lliis continent for the past forty years.
When  these clever  players appear
at the Auditorium on Thursday eve-
^iSrCooktni
I'ree Kecl|ie Boi* ■ -Write
llorileii Ci, Ltd, YiiM'uiiH-r
Lift Off-No Pain!
Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stopa hurting, then
shortly you lift it off with fingers.
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the foot
calluses, without soreness or Irritation.
tonable home in Madrid. "Tbe World
and Hts Wife" is from the pen of Jose
Echegaray, and is considered one of
the greatest of modem dramas
Played in England by Sir John Martin
Harvey and in this country by William Favershain. it has boen most
successful In affording nn evening of
excellent  entertainment.
Pacific
Milk
iti
England
, JMMUTO
Pacino Milk lias a largo sale
In England. This Is gratifying
[rum a bu&luesB standpoint, of
course. But from another point
of vli-w It Is good. TU> English
are particular ubout too things
tll.y use and if tUsy buy your
76; [rent- Melnnls 75; Helen Campbell 73; Ha.old Holdener ~2; Susan
Randall 71; Katharine Martin 70; Ida
Lancaster 89; Elmer Holm 09; Clifford Haynes 08; Nellie Owen 0»; Leslie Kutmerl  OS
08; Dorothy Bridges 07; Shelln I'ut-
irson 00; Kathleen Mael-'nrano 0:t;
Harry Fanning 0:1; Jaob Farreli 0^;
Klsio Parker 0^; Jessie Musser 01*.
Kathleen Detail 01; Mary Itoliertsoit
01; Betty Lunn 01; Donald MacDonald 00; Eileen Gray 59; Chrlssl ■ Char,
boneau 58; Grace Flett 58; Beulah
Hill 57; Oeorge George B0; Helen Me.
(llll 50; Lowell McCoy 50; l.in-nn Harbor 50; Victor Galbralth 55; Walter
Helmslng 55; Enid Sbnnkhind 55;
Hubert Pollen 54; Molly Johnson 54:
Qeorge Roberts 54; George Pelton M;
Douglas Patton 54; (inue I'riti-liai'd
53; Juy Welkel 62; Luoolllo Rosllng
50; Joe (lenest 89; Stephen Magro 89.j
E. WRIGHT. Teacher
MVISMI* VI.
Cbjmrlle Robertson 86.1; Margaret
Henderson 84.0; John. MacKay 77.2;
Alee Dalslel 74.5; Margaret Luscombe
74.5; Winnlfred McQuald 73.2; May
Btrochan 70.0; Mai-Ian Gill 07.5; Wm.
Harrison 00.7: Huth Bond 00.2; Roy
Llnnell 04: Barbara Beale 02.7; Annie
Mooro 01.1; Kathleen Edmondson
59.7; Mary MacDonalil 59.0; James
Huchcroft 59.3; Mary D'Hondt 58.1;
Alex D. Laldlaw 58.1; Win. Cox 58.1;
ley 54.2; Rlrharil Slye 54; Gordon
Speers 50.4] Harvey Moir 48.0.
Absent    for    examinations:   Buaye
Futa. Godfrey Helmslng Lizzie God
tlerls, Theo Laurie,  Herbert Potter.
Florence  Pattinson| Carl Mullin. Clara Gordon.
MURIEL L. BAXTER! Teacher.
DIVISION XI.
Percentage of attendance, 93.33'.
Number enrolled. 33. In order ot
merit,
Konnetll Haynes. Jnek McAuley. Don
nldu Walker. Eileen Moore. Edith
Faulkner, Klebl Maigawa, Cyril Robertson, Angelo Provonztum, Stanley
ll.ise. Roberta Collins. Norman Hail
Allien Nicholson, Doris Haley. Oeor*
glim Haddad. Jack Huberts, Edward
Romnmilk, Oeorglna Cox, Hudle Ko
znk, Kathleen llnyues Harold George
anil Ada Gammon, equal, Thomos Miller, Marguerite Walkley. Bllllo liurton.
Esther Leonard, Joe Ward, Barbara
Patton. Carrie Spence. Charlie Hoi.
land, Cameron MacDonald. Robert
Cox.
Absent for exams.. Joe Ban Quan.
Hilda Smith]
AILEEN M   BEVAN.
DIVISION XII.
Poreentnge of attendance. 89.92.
Number enrolled. 39.
Barry Hill. Edith Johnston. Frank
Morro. Stanley Williams, Mnry Lee.
Willie White,   Betty Brown,   Slioiln
Craeknxk 81 Pksae I
Opp. Bank of Commerce
produol it Is a sign ihey think! r,78. ](ul| puri,cr
It's  good,  nnd  Hint  opinion   if
worth something.
Annie Harbinson 57.8; Leslie Phillips; Hennessey. Ethel Lewis. Hubert Lin*
Pacific Milk Co., Lid.
Mead Offlre, Vancouver, IM'.
I uteris at Ahbotriord md l*4ier. j
Jaa,  Urookea! nell, Irma Taylor, John Nlbloek. Clin
r.ii.7; Wilfred Poeoek 60.1; Mny Rim- dya  Itatrlirfe.  Stanley  Weston.  Mnn
Bell 66,7; Jean Warren* B5.4; Margaret) Oee,  Florence Jordan. Elliott Hale.
Donald        QUI,       Helen        Haddad,
Steve Uomannilt. Faith
Ryan, Certl Morrison, Annie Froat
Frances Slye, Hyrll OenrRe, Elliot!
Taylor. Pearl Walkley, Byron Kemp,
Johneton r.6.3; Jean Nlblock 63.8 Car-
tnela Noho 52.2; Tresa DeLnca 50.11;
Dnvld Harvey 40.«;Evenrd Lewia 40.rt.
Atblna Haddad absent from eiam-
i nation*.
F. I. CAMPION. Teacher   Alan MatThenon, Pearl Stewart, Al-
!)in Erlckson, Mah Yuen, Hunter McClure,    Stanley    Whlttaker   Leighton
Warren. Tony Naso,  Harold  Porter.
Leonard Porter. Patricia Parker.
H. FREEMAN.
DIVISION XIII.
Percentage of attendance, 89.71.
Ralph Manning, Agnes Gray, Ruth
i.undy. Mary Komanuik. Henry Mt
MuiTin. Phyllis Wallace. Barbara
Mulrhead, Louise Bridges, James Adams, Muriel Little. Helen Spreull
Dorothy Coleman, Douglas Paterson
Donald Vance. James Thompson, Ber-
nice Coleman. Enos Wolfe. Herrit-k
Owen. Ellaine Leltch. Frieda McGee,
!ua Colledge, Lee Gammon. Graham
Patton. Doris Dfngley, Marie Howell,
Glen Bowness, Archie Roberts, Claude
Jordan, Sybil Norgrove, Raymond
BurgOBB, Marguerite Morro,
Magnet, Phyllis Macdonald. Leslie
Sadler. Bernard Nlblock.
Absent from examinations:
KclVeery. Robert Luscombe. Clyde
Colledge, Willie Ban Quan, Yan
Young.
S. McCALLVM
DIVISION XIV.
"A** rinsN
Gertrude South. Joe Provenzano,
Myles Heale. Siephen Lafleur, Florence Slender, Walker W11 lis, Earl
Whiting. Ella Blgattini, Stewart Flett,
Mildred Rninlltom Mary Grant, Ado!
phua Burton, Mabel Griffin, Phyllis
Ward. Margarol Hamilton, Gladys De-
Wolf, Fred p.-ittinsnn, George Faulkner, Dertnot Moore, Gordon Russell,
David Miller.  Frank Jones.
*ir Cirtfis
Gwen John, Teddy Smith. Hazel
Held. Phyllis Ryan, Herbert Conroy,
Ruth Brlggfl, Gladys Milne. Hedlcy
Baxter, Francis Luscombe, Wilfred
Gi'illin, Charles Dickenson, Frank
Harrison, Edith Fnndriek, Henry
Limn. Donald Stevely, Fred Harbinson, Harry Collier, Sunny Wise, Grace
McCreery, Florence Strachan-, Margaret Smith. „
Percentage of attendance, 90.S3.
Number enrolled, 43.
E, B, PATERSON.
DIVISION XV.
PercontiiRO of attendance, 8(5.4.
Porfeot attendance, 17.
Jack DeWolf, Bertol Erlckson, Edward Frost, Enid Homo, Alice Mah.
Rosie Naso, James Nlblock. Amy Offln,
Helen Sutherland, Esther Weaton,
Winnlfred White, Lawrence Qlllts,
Alex Lamont, Edna McPhee, Phyllis
Wilson, Leslie Colledge, Lloyd Colledge.
L.C. HENDBRMN
Hnghle McGillfc was a visitor to
I Wasa on Tuesdny. on [justness, The
balance staff of his log truck required a new pinion, which necessitated
a visit to the machine shop at Mill-
town;.
Mr. W. F. Stewart Is making good
progress at his trucV-haul. and expects to complete his present contract
III a few days.
Mr. Mike Carlfn is the now custodian of the Doyle ranch on Wolf Creek
and Is assisted hy Roborl McBean,
teamster. Considerable grain crops
are being planted at til's time, more
favorable growing weather being anticipated.
Martin Sheppard resigned his position as top loader an the jammer at
Stewart's on Monday and departed for
Coast points. It is presumed.
A social dance was held lit the home
of Mr. George Haun-iiit nn upper
Wolf Creek on Saturday evening last
and a good time was reported.
Mr.   Harvey  Sheedy  and   Mr.   Nels
Matson were visitors from the upper
Wolf Creek  country  on   Sunday,  t
Wasa and Mllltown.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt,
Maternity and Generai Nursing
Terms Moderate
MB& A. CBAWFCim,  Matron.
Garden Avenue      •   Phone 259
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Lee Ging
Tailoring,   Dry   Cleaning,
Pressing, Repairing
We also clean White Furs and
Gloves of all kinds.   High Class
Work at lowest prices.
It Armstrong Ave., Cmii-
brook.     1*. 0. Box 59H
Montreal.—A University at sea
the latest Innovation of the Canadian
Pacific Steamships. Limited. When
the steamship Metagama .sails from
Montreal around the end of June, she
will carry students from all the un!
verslttes of Canada on am education!
trip to the British Isles. A complete
section, of the Metagama will be
aside for the scholars, who will be
accompanied by leading members of
the faculties of various universities
and who will assume responsibilities
for the vacational and educational Interests of the individual scholars.
y\\\\. rONTKAC
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa, until noon, tin Friday, the ItOlh of May, 1924, for the
conveyance of His MnJcsty'B Mails, on
a proposed Contract for four years,
six times per week each way, between
Fort Steele and Railway Station (at
Cranbrook) from the 1st July next.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen and blank
forms of Tender may he obtained at
the Post 0t1lce3 of Cranbrook aud
Fort Steele, B.C., and nt tbo Olllce of
Service, Vancouver, B.C.
J. F. MURRAY,
District Superintendent
the District Superintendent of Postal
District Superintendent's Olllce
17th April, 1»24
Vancouver, & C. 8-11
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troubles, when II KIM TO I. A
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Not Sold By Druggists
MRS. GEO. S. ALMAS
Sole Maiiui'ui'lurer
S!W Fourth Ave. N.,   Phone IS.-,.',
SASKATOON
Price $0.50 .1'nrrel post
ii cenls extra
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANOER
Full  Mn« of Willi  Paper
In Stock.
Store. Hannnn Avenue
Phone 408 tt all houn
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I'rnulirook, Luke Windermere nnd
Golden Service
Monday and Thuraday. each  week
—No. 821, leave fl a.m.      Wednesday
and Saturday—No. 888 arrive .1.30 p.m.
For further particular apply to uny
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KXOX CHURCH
Sunday evening Hev. B. W. MacKay
in n sermon replete witli many helpful tlioiiKlits, spoke hi uu attentive
audience Ln Knox Presbyterian
cliurch.
No drew utteniion to whal lie ter
ined "the mysterious forces within us"
liy means ol' whhh many have risen
over apparently Insuperable obstacles.
As nn liiBtanco of thoso wlio have, de-
Bplto their ctroumstancos, overcome
niiiiiy hardships and have mado mimes
for IhemaolvoB, In- cited the cobs of
Premier Ramsay McDonald, it was
-ih.' force within him" thai caused
him to rise from comparative obacu
rlty io the rirsl place lu tho laud. On
tho othor hand there are people lu the
world toiiny losing clmtico after
clinuce, Theso aro llio tragedies of
human oxlstotico, Tlie tragedies and
triumphs, lie claimed, aro very elose
together, While environment had a
very strong Influence mi the dostitiles
| of people, still then' were many instances where, as it were, lily-like
characters had risen from ihe mud-
ponds of human- existence. As an instance of thtt ho mentioned the name
| of Mary Slesser, of Scottish birth;
Dean Kairns, one of a family of nine,
was another wlio despite restricted
environment overcame all obstacles
and rose to fame.
Mr. MacKay then mentioned the
case of a university friend, who when
everything seemed fair for him, aud
his chances were of the brightest,
succumbed to the influence of drink.
Ho is now dead, having left a brokenhearted wife.
"1 don't cure if the province could
get ont of every cent of debt through
Its participation in. tlie liquor business, we are responsible, and we ore
letting tlie dirty trade east a blight j
over our province, it is breaking many
a wife ami daughter's heart. It te a
dreadful thing for us to full into the
liquor business. You let politics divide
you, while the finest gifts that God
has given to tho human, race you allow to ho trampled on for the miserable dollar. God has bigger things
for us than that." This wa-i one ol the
strong passages from Mr. Mar Kay's
sermon.
Ho made a strmiK appeal not to allow lust, etc., to dominate us. Why
I was Ramsay McDonald able to overcome all obstacles? ll was becnuse
be had a fine sense of religion. Simply
because we may think we are In the
; wild and wooly west was no reason
i why we should allow the liquor shop
lo como In and everything else go
out. and let the l.W.W. run us.
Is Whnt They All Say About
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BAPTIST CHORCH
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preached on Sunday las: by Rev. W.
T.  Tapscott   on  "Tlio  Driven   Chaff,"
from Psalui 1:4.
T      "The ungodly are nol so. but nr*1 'Ike
♦ jllii'   clinlt   wliich   tli"   wind   drlvotb
•:•
away."
Is there any profit in a   life
iiness?  Shall I govern my lifi
or hy lust?   ln other words, 1
ter io be kooiI or bad?   Is it mon
fit able to do wlmt Qod want
do   or  io  do  Just   as   l   plOOSi
>f God-
by law
it bet-
pro-
me to
Two
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new
Place i
overt
Under
MANAGEMENT
nn been thoroughly
inlpd ami cleaned
FIRST CLASS MEALS
Special t
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Ynu ivlll find this fate n Homey
Place In Knjnj Vonr Meals
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TAILORS
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Crnnbrook St, 0|ip. Ilk. ol Com.
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Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
< UAMUtOOK, B.C.
P.O. Mm m
stundard authorities give answer to
this question ami the answers agree.
There is first of nil tlie answer of Divine Insplratlou. This first psalm sets
forth tho blessedness of the Godly
mnn and by way of emphasis, draws
a sharp contrast between the godly and
the ungodly, The figures which describe tills COntiast are  as   Btrong   as
language ean make them aud this contrast is equally marked whether yi
consider the character, the conduct
n:* the destiny of the two men. Ill
every particular tho positives of one
tiro the noRutlves of the other.
But If you deny the inspiration of
I liis booh then- is another court of
appeal, viz: the court of human experience. The persons described in this
psalm are with us today mid both
sides of this contrast are open Tor
examination. Bvory life confirms and
illustrate this text on one side or the
other, and in. greater or lesser degree.
There is no godly man but will endorse the statement of the text. There
is no ungodly man who dares to deny
it. bet any ungodly man stand up in
tho presence of those who know his
life and say "1 fear not God nor regard
man and 1 am happy, I acknowledge
no authority but my own w'll. I am
living for myself alone, and I onjoy
life."
On the other hand there Is not firing a consistent Christian bu: can
say "I trust tn God and try to do hi*
will and so living I am blest. In su
fnr as I have lived a life of obedience
to God I have been at rest and have
enjoyed his blessing, I have failed of
happiness In. so far as I have failed
lu Godliness.
I want you to observe that the psalmist Is looking at men from the divine
point of view and he sees
Only Two Clauses
With us there are a thousand castes and classes and sub-divisions, But
God orders all men with all their gradations and shades of moral character into one of two classes. They may
live together and look much alike, but
when the wnnow of God's judgments
is applied they will fall on the wheat
pile or be blown away like chaff.
Who Are the Ungodly I
It is not necessary to deny God's
existence, to blaspheme his name and
to scoff at things sacred. The real
atheist is the man who will not entertain the thought of God in his hear!
nor submit his life to the will of God
The godly man "delights in the law of
the Lord." The ungodly man delights
in his own will and is impatient of all
restraints upon his lusts. The godly
man acknowledges God. loves and
trusts and serves him. The ungodly
man simply ignores God. leaves him
out of his plans and lives as if there
were no God. A man may be moral,
bin unless hts morality is built on the
love of God nnd delight In his will, he
falls to the chaff heap. A man may be
religions and fall to the chaff, for not
all religion is godliness. God declares
that lives lived irrespective of him are
ungodly no matter what their mora!
complexion or their religious devotion.
So we venture to affirm the teaching
of the text that, admitting all the different ranks and gradations among
the final analysis there are
classes. If you do not fall
on tbe wheat pile you are blown away
ith the chaff. "The way ot the ungodly shall nartah "
Finally, how may we attain to tbe
blessedness of the godly? In other
words, how may we learn to "delight
in the law of tho LiOrdT" We shall delight in the law of the Lord when we
learn to love the lawgiver. How. then
hall we learn to love Qod? We shall
ove God when we open our hearts to
his love. "God is l*ive." Study the
liaracier of God as revealed in Jesus
Christ Learn to n»e things from His
viiwpolut; take Hlin Into your heart
and live wlm him; make It your daily
prayer and constant endeavor to bo
like him and you will come to experience the blessedness of the godly
and you will know that you will have
a right to call yourself a child of God.
See John 1:12.
Good congregations and marked Interest characterised all the services
last Sunday. The Sunday School attendance and the participants at the communion wore probably the largest ln
the history of the church. The paB-
lor's sermon <m Sunday morning waa
especially appropriate to the new
members, a dozen of whom were welcomed Into the fellowship of the
church.
Next Sunday morning the pastor
Bpeaks on "The Hidden Life," and in
the evening cm "The Cost of Character."
This Time, However, It Is Auto
And \«t Four Horse Conch
As Former I)
(Special to the ll
lnvermere, B.C., May
stage lint* covering the
CiaitbrooU to this point e
i" Sinclair Hot Springs
been in operation slnct;
tho four horse coach, atari
ting last week. A gre; I
romance and weariness i
time journoy has been tak
however, for now, Instead ol the alow
weariness of days in a Bomt-band wagon, one is taken along in ;i modern
automobile which leaves Cranbrook al
10 in the morning and arrives ai Sinclair Hot spring's In the late afternoon, returning the next day
Jill)
-•-The  first
route  from
d thence on
which   lias,
lie days  or
•tod opera-
loal of the
urn II
gmen, In
_ bul two
Vffffffff
LAKE i>
WINDERMERE
NOTES
(Special to tho Herald l
lnvermere, B.C., May 8.—MrB. Ger
aid Houlgrave of Wilmer. lias return-
ed with her children after a stay of
some montlis with relatives in the
Old Country. .Mrs. William H. Seaton
of this place, and Mrs. Churl1- ('rooks
of Windermere are expected home
from England next week.
The lnvermere Contracting Co, arc
making extensive Improvements and
changes In their local garage. A huge
addition i;: being put to iho warehouse
and they will havo a night man In
charge so as lo he able to make gas
and of] deliveries at any time during
the twtnty-four hours,
Mr. Rout, McDonald, superintendent
off the I'aradise mine Is away for a
month's vacation to his home iu Vancouver.
A compressor with tho necessary
machinery required to work it has
just been Installed on the I'hoenix
group. Mr, Gallop who completed nil
arrangements tor this while -ii the
Coast, has but recently returned.
Mr. Wootlburn, of tbe shift of the
general superintendent of government
telegraphs, is here with his assistant,
installing the intricate machinery In
the new district telephone ofllce.
Water for Uie irrigation of tlieir
huge system, was turned into the dlt-
■hes by the Columbia Irrigated Fruit
lands. Ltd.. on tlie thirteenth ultimo.
The newly incorporated Wiudermere
District Cemetery Company have hail
the old historic graveyard at Wind
mere village refenced w th Iron posts
and standard wire fencing. Steps are
being taken to have the property surveyed into lots.
The lnvermere Meat Market have
made an addition to their purebred
herd of Shorthorns by buying out the
registered bunch belonging to James
W. Morland, of Premier Ranch, Windermere. There are many prize winning head in the group whicb also includes the registered aire Baron
Broad Hooks. The entire combined
herd Is now lodged ou the home
ranch.
Mr. Noel A, Wafifngor, M.P.P.. from
Cranbrook. the prospective member
for the Cranbrook riding for next
session was hero recently on a short
visit pertaining to his mining Inter-
eats. He speaks with a ring of true-
hearted conviction and without reservation in his mind when referring tr
he coming campaign.
hail a line mess on a twig ami was on
hie way home via the flume when he
decided it would be a good stunt to
give the fish a bath, so he procooded
with the operation. However, as he
proceeded to give the beautiful trout
au extra dip the force of the water in
the flume took the twig out of Ftoy'fl
grasp. Good bye fish! We've heard
a loi of fish stories around here but
none previous to this have included
the flume us being tlie cause of losing a fine mess of trout,
Mr. and Mrs Harvey Piper. Mr. and
Mrs Harold Piper, aud Boh Mitchell.
motored to Waldo last Saturday evening and spent Sunday fishing. A tine'
mess of trout was caught in spite of
the facl that a little difficulty was experienced eu route.
Miss    Gortrudi
Thursday last lo
Mr. R Potior i
aid, was iu town
Mr. and Mrs. Wade, M
and Mrs. Miller motorod ti
Eastporl on Saturday
On Saturday night last ;
Valik boys motored to Moj
the opening dance of the
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i rnon
with the panning of Mrs  W. A.
1
- sfti i    a    iingei itB Illness of
LWOlVl
'
Mr     Lyil    ,■■ t amo
ol  Va
ik,      Sin   lean - to m mm hor
loss  □
torrowlug husband   and    two
I ■ ill
oi   . Li die and Victor a    well
i - tin
■ brothers In the Obi Country.
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1 idy  ■'■.     tab      to               >k
fun ral      i  .* -     *■■ -
id on  Wedni sday mor   i
Church,    Rev. P. V  Harrison
ng,   A large nui '          fries :--
iib-
Mrs. Renstrom of Wardner, came up
on Sunday to spend a week or two
with her daughter. Mrs, C >ffe\
On Priday last Mr.
.ored to Bull River,
he week-end.
/here he sp<
Mr,  George  Powell  of Cranbrook
was in town on business, Saturday.
Misses Louise and Emily Burllngham returned heme Friday after ripening a short holiday at Gateway. Mont
On Saturday night last a dance was
given by Mr. and Mrs, G. Pereival In
aid of tlie Victoria Day celebration. A
very enjoyable time wns spent hy all,
Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, from
camp :i. spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Brogan,
George Thompson, who has been
under the can- of an eye specialist in
Spokane, returned home on Priday.
Wo are all glad to hear that he has
uot lost  the Bight of his eye, which
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B. W. Lythgoe   ,1. K. Walto r,   S    ,l
M Cartt   ;■  S   I'    • m        F  M   M ic-
Phersoa.    Floral  tributes
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|    Mrs. Dan  Hamilton and family ro ' ■'''•                                         Maggii
turned   home   on    Wednesday   rroni '  spray; Jack
Maple Creek,  Sask.,  where she  ha ■  i               ray;  Riley .<■   Lai
been visiting relatives '■'■■         Mi     ■'- "■
— Mrs   B. Stnplei
BORNV-To Mr. aud Mrs  T Coffey, sproy. Mr       , ,;.     s   ,    ■
on Saturday, May 4th, a daughter. Lpraj..     -:,   .,,,  Mrs<  r..,;. Allen,
The C.P.R   uave"a ganii   I men   I  "' '" ■''  ''" '"'r  ":; !i Samson wreath;
work on ihe station grounds, making   Mra   Harrison-  WW   -'!r- "" '  ^rs
Improvements which -will enhance the !i   '   Pereival. spray;    \   ■■    U
surroundings. ' ■ i  Mra   -]   S:,li"
—
Mr. and Mrs. Herlc returned home|spray;   Mr   ai I   Mrs   J   B   Ki
ui Monday from Hull River,
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LUMBERTON
CHIPS
The scalers' examination was held
here in Lumberton last Thursday. Mr.
MUroy of Cranbrook acted as chief examiner. About ten young men from
lho surrounding towns were present
and spent the entire day here. The
written part of the quizzing took place
lu the morning while in the afternoon
a number of logs were sculed which
had been taken out of tho B.C. Spruce
Mills pond.
The Lumberton t'lub held its weekly
meeting last Wednesday evening. Ho.
nors at cards went to Mrs. 0. ('. Robson ladies' first; Mr. J. A. Jonas
mon's first; anil Mr. J. A. Kolesar.|
men's consolation. The feature of the
evening was the lunch which had been
provided by the yard and planing mill
team ub the result of lho defeat which
ft suffered at the hands of the store.
office and mill aggregation. Harvey
Piper, Pred Hunter, and Slackey Neuman were in charge and certainly
overlooked nothing when they made
out the menu. They may not bo ablo
to play bull but they certainly made
the doughnuts and coffee of the office
store aud mill bunch look rather
weak.
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
YAHK, B.C.
Opposite Garage, Near Bridge
Comfortable  Rooms with
Cafe in Connection
W<> Solicit Vour I'litriiiiiiiri'
A. Hjort - Prop.
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* Paul Nordgren |
* •   When  Yon +
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% CALL AT YAHK %
Un not forgot to vlstll tho
Paul Nordgren Store!
On Mnln Road, near Itrldge
New Slilpmenl   ot  Straw Hals
Just In.   Order Vnnrs Earl-f
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| thai wenl YahV
;     11. ■ ■ l. P. A
;.:*.. Mr      .'*':''. Mr, nnd
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W I.y:U .-. Mra  .i   Han    *    Mr    1'
Williams. Mr*  H  i.:1r*.'**. Mrs. I  Ev-
Suil news was li,-;ml on Sunday *i" I  Mri    .!   K   '.V    ■
Miss Jennie St:i
Wai
urn-si of Mrs, HJi
rt.
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poets to leave tot
si
okn-.i
- oa Tues.
day.
nt: ti
OF MltS. \\.  I. 1.VT1II.IPI
THE
INEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
S. MARKLUND Prop.
When in Yahk make your home at
THE m:w HOTEL.
This Hotel is new from bottom to top.    Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. All are qlean
and comfortable.
RESTAURANT i> C0XSECTI0S'.
Viineoo«r.—The growing Importanec
of Canada's trade in the Pacific Is reflected ln Ihe official statistics of tho
Vancouver Harbor Board for the'
mouth of December, 1923, which
hows a substantial Increase tn shipping In that port over tbe samo month Sunday being the first day of fish-
in 1922. Total shipping through the i ing season, many of the anglern from
port amounted to 484,432 tons, valued i Lumberton ventured forth, and among
at $31,421,129, an increase over De- these waa our friend Roy Issler, who
comber. 1M2, of 122,102 In tonnage, has charge of tho meat nutting In tho
nl tl,TM,MI U »»lut. Ib.C. Spruce MUU Ston.  Roy amid he
^fQyo
The Factory Prest 0-Lu?roilt
From the earliest days ot the Automobile, Pres'-O-
Lite has been a familiar name to car owners. When e.
trie starters were invented Prest-O-Lite was ready with
a battery to turn over the engine. As one refinement
after another was added to make motor cars more efficient and more comfortable, Prest-O-Lite kept pace and
developed refinements in battery-building.
As cars increased in number and production on the
present vast scale developed, Prest-O-Lite plants were
built and out-grown. The present plant at Hillcrest Park,
Toronto, was erected to take care of the ever increasing
out-put of Prest-O-Lite Batteries.
The selection of Prest-O-Lite as original equipment
on the majority of Canadian-built Automobiles and the
replacement of worn-out batteries with Prcst-O-Litcs by
car owners who demand the best battery, enabled Prest-
O-Lite to build the largest battery plant in the British
Empire and develop the greatest chain of service stations
in Canada.
Prest-O-Lite Batteries now sell at the lowest prices
at which this high quality battery has ever been sold.
Let us show you how you can save money by buying a
Prest-O-Lite,,
, Battery
■ttWmrevrwcor
East Kootenay Battery Service
IKII (IMII'Ht
ST AND AHA ELECTRIC SHOP FAGE     EIOHT
THB   CRANBROOK   RERAX*
Erliliiy, May Dili, 1021
SPECIAL
for   one    week    osly
Gents 10k Signet
-   $5.00
W 1 N II II IV
Rings
s i*: E
n i it
"THE GIFT SHOP"
oi. EARLE LEIGH
L
LOCAL
HAPPENING^
watui.ualint n ji:ivi:i.i,i:it Next sn
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Nurhury Ave.
♦- *»-♦—»—♦ .  ♦■
Mr.
i:l   UlO
laj
ul  .uili very iii-
»iii
ci ii.*
in in,, prop * *
was ot the opinion tin
been wiser to have
where there ivns nlrei
natural trees. Il<- ill
p. irmr, ni' milking il
with trees ivnil orfere
gestlone in ronnec-tloi
suggestion hus been
board ot trade malio
Mr. Mitchell lu ngnln
when n larger audier
eurod.
Snip: "Why do the;
Ing beauties?"
Snap: "Just deny on
and you'll see."
C.A.A.A. TO COMPLETE
('LEAS 11' HI  BALL PAKE
\i;\T WEDNESDAY
W'edni »ili j night, May i-lili. the C,
\ \ .\ reque : -ll members ol tennis
. x, c itlvi .  etc .   i" come nnd  bring
purpi
•cer field
Mil:    lit
CARD OF THANKS
it   I,
wishes
i'I'H
Mr.   I,
pnstpo
Hi   ot    Port
ill those wlm
us   illness   nf
iliflueiltlnt   in
which wus
Wednesday
Hugh T. McDonald, t'. 1'. It. tie and
Umbel- contractor, of Bull River, is
a ii:iik-iii nt the hospital in present.
HORN. -To Mr. nud Mrs. U. B. Will's, of this city, at tbe St. Eugene
Hospital, on Monday, -May 5th. u Hon.
Support community endeavor by
your presenco at the t'.M.S. show on
May 10 and 17. 10
.Mr.-. J. It Hall is recovering nicely
oui the efTeots of a recent accident
hich she in,i wiili in the house,
a curtain.
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j
Cash and Carry Prices ••
while adju
Liet you
truiu any in
ciety right i
i enervations
durg Btoro.
Made Long Voyage Alone
Ten year ol-l Alice Northcoti  of I
off tlie Canadian Pacific tra
Westminster, B.C., as she stepped
tincntal i sin at Vancouver, having
completed her ninth trip between the Pacific Coaot and Hull. England.
Alicu was born in Hull and first came to Canada when she waa a bnby. Since
that time she has made four complete round trips, tin- lai I vi; ago across the
Atlantic and the trip ncro b Can; da hming been made all aU n -. Cuptain II,
Landry, Commander of the Canadian Pacific S.S. "Montrose" raw her
safely from Liverpool to Hi. John, N.B., where rail officials *it the Company
tool her ii «'"■ r<je and bunded her over to ber parents at the Coast.
GREAT SACRIFICE
In
Dainty
China
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.. *,.
QROSVENOR & ELITE LIMOOES CUPS fi SAUCERS
In near patterns.    Hog. price $1.50.   Special  1.00
Nortake Cups a- Saucero, reg. 12.7-5, Extra Special .  1.75
Best China in the World
Well known Crown Darby, at absolutely cosl price,
Cups and Saucers   7.00 and 8.25
24 Piece Tea Set
Elite Limoges, dainty pattern, reg. $2476. Special 18.00
7 Piece Berry Set
Elite Limoges, bridal rose pattern, Special  5.00
97 Piece Dinner Set
Johnson white & gold pattern, reg. $88.00, a
Bargain al   30.00
LOOK AT 01 li (ill I WINDOW THIS WEEK FOB
MAH. OltUKlts ATTENDED TO SAME DAY RECEIVED
Moffatts Variety Store
I'll ItM
393
393
tickets ror thy "Mlkudo"
iflmher of the Musical Solum- and tic on hand when
open   at   Beattle-Noble
tu
Dan Morrison of Kimberley came
down rroni Kiiulierley last week-end
for trontmoni at Llio hospital, aud
will ltf a patient there for aboul ten
days more, it is expected,
A narden party, with Ha (IBUal attraction's will he held ou June 20th,
under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid
of Knox ('liurcli. 11
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier have
moved in t.i the Leltch house which
Ihey recently purchased. The house
on Burwell Avenue whicb ihey vacated lias been taken, by Mr. Saunders.
. "Tltll JIl'H" at Star May 15; 16;17.
\ meeting of the Pa rent-Teacher
Association will take place at tbe Y.
M.C.A., <m Tuesday evening. May 13th,
A good program has been arranged,
including papers by Mrs. H. A. McKowan ami Mr. F. 0. Morris. Collection. 11
Miss Frances Noble hus taken a position wiih the government as assis-
lani In the local ofllco <.;f the Dopar
ment of Agriculture. Thie leaves
Mr. Hay, the district agriculturist, in
a better portion to undertake his Held
work with a representative stlM in
tlie ofllce.
.."Tltimi'ir at Star May 15; 16;17.
For a first class car at a moderate
figure the new Star lias no equal. See
riatcliffe & Stewart. GOtf
Mrs. IC. li. Dingley Is leaving on
Friday or this week for the Old Country to mnke a six months* visit with
her parents in London. She will
accompanied by her three children,
and Mr. Dingley will accompany hli
family as far ils Swift Current. Before returning Mrs. Dingley will take
in the big exhibition,
Special   reservations  for "Mikado"
open at Beattle-Noble Drug -store on
May 5. Qeneral reservations   May 12.
in
Hon. A. M. Manson and Dr. Sutherland, who were here on Saturday evening addressing the Liberal public
meeting at the Auditorium, left on
Sunday morning hy cur for Kootenay
Landing. Later they attended the
Liberal convention in Hie new Rosa-
land-Trall riding,
Be at the Auditorium on Friday or
Saturday. May IU and 17. and set the
premier local show of tho yeasou. An
evening of humor and music that yuu
will remember. n
Co-operating with the city superiii'
temletii. who hail a couple of men on
the ground. Mr. W, H. Wilson, presl
dent of the hoard of trade, had a mini
her of volunteer workers ut the lour
ist grounds Wednesday arternoon of
Ih!s week, and effected rurther Im
proveuieiils there Tor the convenience
of tlie tourists, who are now beginning io come In appreciable numbers.
Au addition has been put onto the
cookhouse, milking it about twice the
size formerly, and with the three sto>
vea giving better accommodation for
the preparation of meals. Other im.
provomeflts are also being effected.
Beale & ENwoU have a few homes
for sale at low prlc s. Easy terms
can be arranged. Gel the habit and
own ynur home. n
Mr. A. C. Blaine is In receipt of
word from Vancouver that Mr. Harry
Lee has accepted the position as operator nl the local theatre. Mr. Let
comes welt recommended from tin
moving p'riure ewi.<or"s offlce and it
Raid lo he an all round theaire man
liv Is expected to reach the city on
Sat unlay evening to take over his
duties Monday.
The Annual Bazaar nf Knox Church
win be held ou Saturday Dec. Uth,
the K.P, Hall. n
Poor Eyesight
is a drain upon your nerves, ynur health antl
your disposition. Why
surfer when tlie remedy
lies in corrtectly fitted
(Masses? Superiority is
characteristic ol" our
service. We guarantee
you help and satist'ec-
tion.
W.H.Wilson
-   i:\ I-: SPECIALIST
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Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs
MAY 8th TO 15th INCLUSIVE
The members of the Compensation
hoard who were Cranbrook visitors
this week were E. S. H. Winn, chair-
man. Dr. Nay, official surgeon and
II.  I'.  Fulton,  secretary.
British    Army    Blankets   for
cheap.   From $1.50 up. All Wool.
9x9
9 x 10 1-2
9x 12
$9.95
$11.95
$13.95
Instiro wiiii Boulo a Elwoll,
Mra. Granville Musser ami liitit-
■Jiiu loft tin- hospital on Sun liny lorn
I" return li 0 In Kimlierley.
Tho last ami best allow or tlio ■"■season by tlm Musical Sooloty at tlio
Auditorium, May 10 and 17. »
The Hanson Oarage unloaded a ear-
load of Fords on Tuesday tin-d a car
ot MoUughllns on Wednesday. Another car of Fords Is due ro arrive I Ills
week.
Saturday night, "SCAHAMOUCHE1
Two shows. 7.(10 and 9,80. 11
The Methodist Indies' Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. \V. H. Wilson on
Tuesday, May l.-lth.  at 8.30 p.m.
The dales for the presentation of
"The Mikado" ure drawing near and l
to secure satisfactory seats you should
make your reservations NOW. or you
may be disappo'ntod. Don't Forget
May IB ami 17. n
For Sule. 15 aires Irrigated land,
wlnth small house. Close to town. Apply to Beale * Elwoll, 11
Mr. (j. j. Spreull of ihis city accompanied tin- iwo cabinet ministers to
Fernie ror their meeting last Friday
evening ami appeared on ihe platform
thero, speaking briefly in regard to
the achievements or the government
in regard to the Cranbrouk riding, and
ils record generally.
The "Mikado" commands your attendance before "the lord high executioner" at the Auditorium on Friday
or Saturday, May 10 and 17. ami as
he expects obedience, you should be
there. t\
these auk regular <j0ij> sk.vi, quality congolkum ku08, the i'ki-
ces we quote ih) not represent tim-: cost price, but others having
broken away from the reduced prices issued koit comjouxji
ivi:i:k, we decided to set the pace, as we usually do.
now is Tin: ommiTMTY to stock it.
— tiii:si: pkicks aim: at thi: store —
Efafir***fir~^^ «*ftr**Wlr««»^r"n
Star
SUtf.
opeflf
Mrs, .J. Mitchell contemplal
ing uji the husiness recently cloe
by Mrs. V. Robertson on Armstrong
Avenue. Mrs. Mitchell comes from
Vancouver and has bad considerable
experience In tbo line of business similar to the Crauhrook Bazaar conducted i»y Mrs. Robertson. Mrs Mitchell is a daughter of Mr. c'oe of thi
firm of Miller & foe. of Vancouver.
FOR SALE — International Cream     See the
■Separator,    in good  condition,    $30. ■& Stewart.
Barber Chair, $35.   Apply U. Weston.!
Baker Street, Cranbrook. 9j    Tbo Kootenay Oarage have just re
ceived another shipment of Superior
Chevrolet touring ears and roadsters.
These arc on view at the garage, L?  KKY, Kic
_ %  call up
at Ratcliffe *******<"H-****•j-** <•*.>*.>$*$•{•
Tuesday evening    the local    order
*   While You Are—
|      SPRING    CLEANING!
$ You may find some
f   hTRMTl'lU:   TOOLS,  CHOCK.
yon don't need, if so.
-Titinipir
Slar May 16; 10;17.
of the Knights' of Pythias wore hosts
to   U eorgo    H ooper,   of    Vancou ve r,
Grand Chancellor of the Domain of.
British Columbia,   who   was   on his
official visit to the lodges in this dis-     The  dlstrlcl   meeting  of  the  East'
irici.      For his Inspection tbe lodge   Kootenay  dlstrlcl   of  the   Methodist f   WE BUY, 8K1A or EXCHANGE
put on the degree of the rank of Pago-! church was held in this city on Wed-j
Tbe degrea was put on  by District nosdny of this week.   The ministerial!
Deputy E, A. Hill, deputy Grand Chan- representatives    were     as    follows:  )&
cellor A. Hurry and Past Chancellor Creston, Rev. Geo. Knox; Lumberton   ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+***f,*******+*
11.  Collie", a.-s'sled    by    other  local  and Yahk, Rev. C.  Lancaster;  Kimb-
*    Thompson & Peterson
||   SECOND HAM) STORE
Phone 76    P.O. Box 238
Armarium   ilvel'tie
OK EfcALE—Good .strong young ducks
about a veek old, 60c each. W.
Selby, Box :mo. Phono 4:'s.        «nf
officers of the Lodge who are deser- -ley. Rev. 10. Baker; Michel, Rev,
vlng of much credit for the finished; Moses. There were also lay delegates
manner iu which the work wus car-1 from all those poLts,   The ministerial
rled out.    Following the degree work session was from 1.30 to 3  while thej ~	
Chancellor Commander J. A. Taylor, joint session was from 3 lo ti. Of ihe ''(,It WALK Mrs. Derosiers Pord cm
acting as toastmoster, called the mer-J several resolutions passed at this ses-' '" KI)tMl '"""Big condition. Appl
ry bunch of K.P's. together around sion was one expressing opposition! Mr8, Pendicle, Bull River, B.C, 8-11
the festive board, when a sumptuous of the nicetiuj; to the proposed legi's-
repast was enjoyed.    As one of the, iation re the open sale of beer iuuI
I.
You ueed to check up your fire insurance these dry days. Have you
sufficient protection on your homo and
furniture? IT not. call up Phone 20.
Beale & Elwell. 11
Mr. II. F. Helmslng, who
transferred from this city to take
charge of the Indian agency at Kamloops, will not be leaving till about
the end of this month, It Is expected.
He recently returned from a visit to
Kamloops to make his preliminary
arrangements for moving. His successor here Iuih not been officially
given out yet.
The Recreation Club Dance on. May
ftth. will be an enjoyable affair. Do
not n\ten it. 9.10
Wm. A. Drayton, president of the
Wild Horse Gold Mining Syndicate,
Ltd., left on Wednesday, the 7th Inst,
for his home in New York. Previous
to his departure for tbe east the water was turned on to tbe giant mizzle
nt the hlg placer mine where It ls
hoped the results will attract the eyed
of th world aa It did In former days,
■speakers of the evening, tbe visitiiiig
Grand Chancellor gave a very
interesting talk on tlie aims and objects of the order to which they all
belonged. Othor speakers who also
gave nddrcssea were F.V. A. C. Bow-
njss; P.C. A. Hurry; D.D. F. A. Hill
and Brothers I). A. McDonald. Ross
Carr ami Karl Branch. Brothers Logan and Nelson of Kimberley Lodge,
No, i'1'. were visitors for the evening.
The Grand Chancellor seemed more
.hail pleased at lbe rocepiiou given
him by tht lodge and be left carrying
with him the kindly feeling of all the
Cranbrook K.P's. He left here to,
visit Fernie. Michel and Corbin.
Havo that ear overhauled as socn
as possible before   the   rush starts.
Far  more  satisfactory  In   every  re-
being BP«t   See the Kootenay Garage.
advocating total prohibition. Favorable reports were received from nil:
districts as in ihe progress of the
work therein. Tlie report from Kim-'
berley was particularly gratifying. In I
connection with this Rev, Evan Ba-'
ker came in for a lot of praise for the
faithful work lhal he has done there.I
a vote of thntlkfl being tendered him.
Saturday
Two shiiww
night,  "SCARAMOUCHE"
7.00 anil 0.30. 11
WANT ADS.
FOR SALE.—- Fender for open grate.
This is a very good fender that cat-
be securod at a leasonable cost.
Phone or call at Herald Ofllce.
S0t i
FOIt SALE OR RENT — 237 acres,
neur Fort Steele, B.C.. on Kootenay
River. House, barn, etc., $100 rental per year. Apply B. E. Crichion.
or.7 Richardson St., Victoria.    »-l2
ParamounCs
■TRIUMPH."
Greatest      Picture
Canadian
Cafe & Rooms
JOE   I'YKMATOl", Proprietor
Vnn Honio St. Opp. C.P, Depot.
NEWLY RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT
('iinil'ortalilc KminiM
Flrsl Class Cnfc Service
PHONE 98
CRANBROOK - B.C.
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POUND—Ucenee plate 0-484. Owner
ran have same at Horalil Office by
paying for this advertisement, uif
LOST —Bunch of Keys. Finder please
return  10 Herald  oilier.    Reward.
11
Foil SALE—Standard bred White Leg.
hnrn hens fur sale, nr will trade for
wagon, plow and harr »w. Brown
Poultry Ranch. I'.O. Box 7tM Cranbrnok. 8-11
foil RENT — Housekeeping Roomi.
2l)!l liewar Avenue. lur
BICYCLE FOIt SALE—Mnaaey Silver
Ribbon, with Slnrmey-Archer three
speed gear. Basket carrier In lsl
class condition, t'ost find new. lining  lor HMD.    Apply  Leigh  the
Jeweller. 1111
Al a meeting nf the Retail .Mereb-
hltta' Assoelutlr.il on Wedn sday. n
grunt or 150.00 wns made lo the Salvation Army, whllo |M0 was allotted
in the board of trade. The various
trade classifications will be can.var.-
sed hy their ehalrineai for the asses-
ment. So fnr ns Is hiowr. nil mer-
chnnta will remain- open nil day on
the 2.1rd. nnd will close at noon ou
the 24th.
FOR
Fresh Milk
AND
Whipping Cream
GUARANTEE!! TO Willi*
PHONE 104
ff.VffA\
SB3JE;:£:ii ,il..',i,i:i:.;ii;:;.,.;!!,i:;:*i.:i:..-|;:.:.:,y
HAY CROP
j ply II.  Weston's Stole.
Ap-
lOtf
Keep Friday, May 9th, free for the
Recreation Club nnneo In the Clym-
nasltim. $-10
Sen Westminster.—During January I
salmon shipments from British Columbia Indicated    the   wldo purehnslnc u
field of this food commodity,   Large |
FOR SALE
Cash offers invited for my en- H
tiro hay crop, for 192-1, less 15 \%
tons.   Situated near Lake Win- 1 '
(lermora.   1923: produced 255 IiIr
Iliads,   i'uuslderahle additional
area land Heeded for 1024 hua
nd Hiiuill conslRnments found their N pood catch, Timothy und Clover.
Mrs. N. A. WulHiiRpr presided ovor!way to AuBtrnlia. N. Zealand. Franco, gi Uuyer to Irrigate and harvest.
ihe examinations held In the city cm  Holland, Port    of    Snaln, Curaccnn, j Ranch in pood shape. Irrigation
April 8th, and May 1 and 2, for resls-' Valparaiso.  Africa,   Enpland,  Oante- | very convenient.
tered   iiui-hch.    TlM>se   Wilting   were mala, Scotland, Japan, Egypt, India,
1
Nurao I'urnahy and Nurse Lota*. The Messopotnmla. and several South Sen ^
results will uot be knows for a short Islands. Over 100,000 ruses were L
lime shlppid Is J—siy. IB
r.tr
11. Ci II. fOI.KMAN,
Windermere P.O.
Cur Load of
Superior Chcvrolcts
Touring <& Roadster
BEFORE DECIDING Tt) BUY a VISIT Tl) (Hli c Ut-
AOE MAY III-: To YOUR ADVANTAGE,
A Vevt Itciisnns niij niKVIloi.rrs Aro a I lluym
CHEVROLET CARS   tako   llio lowesl Insumnco rata
The CHEVROLET lias Die lowegl   litis   Consumption
por milt1.
For iliis nml other reasons li Is the lowosl in cosl nf
operation.
PRICE Ol' SUPERIOR TOURING AM) IIOADSTUI!
$910.00
— Wv Art- Also Agents For —
ESSEX CARS
KOOTENAY
GARAGE
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