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ROBINOIAL LIBRARY
Apr. MMt
RANBROOK
VOLUME    28
CRANBROOK, B.C.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1924
N U  \1 I! \.K      2 8
Old Rivals In
Battle Royal
Kimberley and Wycliffe Stage
Fine Brand of Ball on
Labor Day
Th,
A.
hul
hull
loriilng gnmo mi the U.W.V.
mis, which brought together
Wycliffe mid Klmberloy in tho two-
gamo ploy-oft  tor 'the Dolly Novra
cup  i mi ii-il, Iiii n good puai
Uml Instoil iuul BOtlsllod, moro or less.
iln: ,*i* ,,1,11,11,1.11 Johi'on iiii Uu- mound
uml u pltehors1 bottle myiil wos wu-
god for flvo Efcoroloss iniiiiiKn. M"
nor wus pitching In his old-timo to
during Uiis period nnd ollowod
two luuni-is io occupy tho hot
in i; Johren, whllo pitching "<-'ut b
found himself in tho plnchea smim-
whnl oftonor, but w»b saved by beautiful support. In tho sixth chapter,
Wycliffe stnrtod lhe scoring—Argue
Blnglod, ndvonced on Voughn's single, Mitchell I'liiul uut, Piper forced
Vaughn at second, Clark up, two out,
Piper stole second, Clark singled,
scoring Argue and Piper. In the
seventh Kimberley was again blanked
and Wycliffe funic to bat, two rum
up; Logan filed out, Bamford cloub-
lod, Johren hit to Infield und reached
first ou rfelders choice: Bamford
thrown out ut third, two out; Argue
singled, Vaughn singled, scoring Argue and Johren. In the eighth Kimlierley broke Into the scoring column
Horne out at first, Coen fliod out.
Geyer to first on infield error; Pen-
uiugtnli singled; Mussel* singled, sco-
rlng Geyer and Pennington; two runs,
Wycliffe foiled to score in their half
of the eighth. With the score 4-2 in
W.xeliffe's fuvor the miners came to
but In the ninth: Kozak grounded out,
.1. McMahon grounded out, two out;
W. Horne singled, II. Home singled,
Coen walked, buses foil; Geyer singled, seciing W. Horne and H. Horne,
Pennington reached first on field er»
ror, .Musser to first on Held error,
semes 1'i.en, Geyer, P. McMuhon
grounded out; four runs. With the
score switched, Wycliffe hod un uneventful ninth mid the gume stood
0-4 iu favor nf Kimberley. Fielding
honors went in Logan und Johren for
Wyellffo; Pennington und Geyer for
Kimberley, Argue starred with the
stiek Im* Wycliffe while the redoub-
Inble Coon led llic winning nine with
two hit... mid u sacrifice mil of three
times ul bat.
SUMMARY
Hits off Johren, I-'; off Musser, D;
,,ff Pennington, 0. Huses mi hulls.
Johren, 1; Musser. »; I'enningtmi.O.
Struck mil Johren, J; Musser, 7;
Pennington, -. Innings pitched —
Johren, D; Musser, S: Pennington, 1.
Three base hit. Musser. Two base
hit, Bamford, Sacrifice hits — 11.
Horne, Co»n, Geyer, .1. McMahon.
Stolon bosei Piper, V- McMahon,
Double plays Wycliffe—To Logan
t.. Clark. Kimberley Pennington t>>
Goycr t<> Horne.
Flrsl base mi mi"!- Wycliffe -;
Iwi.ihrit,**, i. 1*1,-1,1 error. \V.v,-lirr,-
l. Kill h,*il,- 3. l.efl mi buses Wycliffe 7; Klmbcrloj  !"*
Umpires,   I*'.  Thompson  uml  Pot-
EVEN INO GAM I.
'riu- sn  i iv,i teams faced each
.itlii-i mi the diamond In the ovontng,
with n fow ehangoi In iln- line-up.
Pennington did the heaving fnr lhe
miners, while Miuhell. left-hander
hi huth iiii.I training, supplied (lie op-
I Pennington throw Class A
hull ti - i'im* nn.ines. allowing only
,.,,,* hi i.-iu' tin* nineteen men fiu--
iim. Mcai *  illi Klmberloj scored
   in iln- ihlrd mul again m the
fourth, Thl. I inning! Koaak struck
,,,,i. •:.   il ■      Inglod; I-'. McMahon
., nd Hi.mo to itennd; two mil:
, ,.*,.    i      ii riu*    icorod   mi
Vuughn'i n 1*1 i',tun : Coon grounded
mil in I'lnrl     I  il 'ing: Geyer
thrown out nl fli Crowo to Hlnton]
ponnlngti * (led, Musser singled,
Pennington thrown nm ol Ihlrd, l'i
put  '** I iu,. out,    II. Horne
i   l|       I --ii error by
\i*   *    i,   Mi Hal  struck nut. The
PHYSICAL DIRECTOR
RECREATION CLUB
RESIGNS POSITION
Directors Discuss Policy For
Future; Meeting Again
Next Week
j NATIVE SONS RESUME
MEETINGS AFTER
SUMMER RECESS
itm since i
Native Sol
evening the first
olidays was held I
(anuria, when a
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * .;•* .;•.;. * * * * *
I   TO DECIDE FUTURE
! OF
I   RECREATION CLUB
*	
The Editor,
nl
llornld,
Tin
 .v
fifth   *
... |i    . both sides relir*
in,*, in ni
. .  two,  thr dor.  In lhe
Wycliffe
mil' ,.!' the sixlli things com-
menccd t
i in ppi n: Vaughn walked;
Argue -:,
rlflcod Vaughn tn socondi
I'liiii.  il
,.,•-,' stole Second) Mitchell
tiled mu
in Pennington, Iwo out; Pl-
per slngl
id,   scoring     Vaughn mu:
( I'.nli*; i
intnti wulkod; Logan roach-
oil   I'ill
n IV. Home's error; I'ipei
uml   llinl
ui scored; Bamford siruek
A meeting oi the directors <>r (lu
Recreation Ciub was held in Hie cluli
rooniB on Tuesday ovenlng, when e
iitiinber oi the mom bora were disc
proBont. The mooting wan culled to
tleteriuine what should be done in regard tu currying un the club
resignation ut' Air. Goo, Sultei
slcol director, which hns bee
Ing ior Heine time, nn (I now ll
olfect, necessitated some acth
taken at once.
The financial report as ron
A. Heale, showed that
$844 had accrued on th-
the club tu date this ac
with membership ta
he slightly reduced
ere ml
• tree planting
■'»'""'■ and
•cl to proceed
■ees and orranj
an arbor day
I ity
At
. -ith I .
> lie
lo  I.
ting '■:' *:.. Crnnbrook
atlon Club, nn Tuesday, Sept.
in receipt of the resignation ot
iresent director, Mr. 'ic. ||.
ihe  following motion    was
COMPLETES FIVE THOUSAND MILE TRIP DRIVING NEW CAR HOME
dies, .Mr. IV. II
mln
Wilsn,
uk i
.-in.
nl
accompanied   hy  .Mrs.
Mis, .1,-uii.   Tlu- mileage
-i-ni.-il llu* distance Unit hud he
veiled since  Mr,   Wilson  had
possession nl' liis new Dodge
* hi
reud hy M.
deflcll nl'
peration of
eiismi. hut thut
due, this would
Tin- total dofi-
lil   In
uf
-I Uu- Identity if tin
ought forth ii discus
e nl' the opinion ilull
ily nr use what wa«
y known ui- ihe Canadlai
ir iln- Canadian marine ring
llu* flag with the L'nion .fuel,
(iiiur nnd the Canal
nn   lhe   red   field.       ll  won
the   |ir
Suiter.
passed.
"In view of tbe financial condition
of the club, and the resignation of
thc present Instructor, he il resolved
that the memberi and everyone inter'
eated be aiked to meet ul thc club
i Tueoday evening, September lOlli,
>fl* at eight o'clock, to decide whether or
nut the club shall at once iliul down."
cit or liability of the club amounts
to about $2600, As the directorate
felt that it was impossible lo carry on
without the moral, as well as the financial support of the community,
some of the board were in favor of
discontinuing the operation of the
club at once, and pledging themselves to reduce as soon as possible tlie
liabilities existing against tlie organization.
After lengthy consideration, in the
course of which all phases of the situation were canvassed, it was decided
to call a meeting for next Tuesdn;.'
evening, when representatives from
various organizations are expected tu
be present to consider the future of
the institution, The matter of llu
possibility of obtaining from the Rotary Club an appropriation from the
fund obtained for the use of their
playground committee was broached,
it being felt that the use of it in this
way would not in any way he betraying the confidence of those who had
contributed to the carnival funds. .Mr.
Harry White, Or. Miles and E, II
McPhee \vere representatives from
the Rotary Club, Mr. White statins
they were there to obtain information
as to the standing of the club, oh
which they would report back at the
next Rotary meeting.
Among other suggestions   offered
was one to operate the cluh without
the services of a paid instructor.     It I
was felt the semens of a few volunteer workers could be obtained in the i
city,  and  considerable expense  thn- *
saved.   Others thought Mich a scheme
had    not    been    a   success    in    tin-
past, and would not be iu lhe future.
Some were anxious that every effort
made in  order to  have  tlie cluh
ntinue to function,
It was difficult to see why a place
like Pernio should be anxious to -■■
h an Institution, while Cranbrooit was apparently Indifferent as
whether it existed or not.     Since
the  meeting on  Tuesday  there  has
been considerable public discussion or. j
he subject, several suggestions being
made regarding the possibility of oth
er organizations standing back nf thi
pointed .mt by others that the noth- The closing of this chil, should h.
oriv-'d Canadian flag was similar to on the conscience of every citizen o
the enBign, hut in place of the old Cranbrook. Surely nn
coal of arms, it bore a shield cmitai- that such an event wouli
ning the arms of England, Scotland, I ment to the welfare of I
Ireland nud Wales, with three maple the town. It is the only
leaves occupying Ihe bottom point of (city where girls nnd bo;
(lie shield. I gymnasium    work,   swi
A. K. Leiteh, W. V. Doran and A. | supervised games, Th
E. Leigh were appointed a committed here has been the envj
to go into the mutter of furthering from other towns, not 01
Canadian   amateur   games. This! it does for the children,
one
doubts
1 be
a detrl-
he >
,,iith nl
pine
o iu the
S   111
iy havi
ii mil
g    und
e Ills
liluliiin
of
visitors
ily f
ir whal
hut
I'm*  ils
committee wns ulsn instructed to nt
lend lhe general meeting uf the Recreation Club to he held ut the Clul
rooms un Tuesday next.
Mr.
[McCi
Mrs.
y, Mr
Women's gym work, its husiness men's
! classes, the social life und the opportunities it affords for nil In linep iii
I fit physical condition.
Al the swimming galas nl' the club,
parents, wlm in ibeir youth bud not
! lbe chance tn learn tu swim, huve
watched thoir children perform feats
I of   which   they   were   justly   proud.
Members of lbe C.R.C. this summer,
! Look a lurge proportion of the prizes in ii Kaslo gala.    Oiher towns nn
the line ure iniiking vnliuut efforts to
uchlcvo what we already have.    Hut
from Lethbrldge, | p^impj tll0 |„,sl ju,jtfieutlon we huve
peted.    They were  ■■„,. lnQ existence of iiu- club, is the
A. Beule, .Mrs. M. fuct thi,t lives have boen saved bj
irrost, A. Graham, mem|,ora trained in jjfesnvlng hy tin
LOCAL GOLFERS
VISIT FERNIE FOR
ANNUAL TOURNEY
following Cranbrook golfers
inrt in tbe Crows Nest tourna-
over Llu- holiday week-end, in |
lllii pi
nberini
bcrtson uf Lumberton, Dr. F,j
W. Green, Mr. und Mrs. \V. li.
Grubbe, Mr. (luster Staples.
Tbe prizes won hy Crunbrook Club
members were us follows!
Mrs. M, A. Beale, socond in driving;
directo
.Mis. Forrest, second in nine hole
ndlcnp (first day),
Mi... \l. McCreery, sccpnd in indies':
in* hole handicap (second day).
Grubbe uml Mrs. Itnb-I
ile, second    in   Indies
With   tbe   present   lees   the   club
iiniiut be maintained.    Raising the
ees will shut nut inuny children from
| the benefits nf thc club. Even in cit-
with huge memberships lees ure
f lint adequate tu meet expenses. Outside voluntary help is absolutely essential, Willi three excellent service clubs functioning und looking
about fur opportunities for serving
the rising generation, ii is unthinkable thut su goud un opportunity ut
their very doors should be overlooked,
It is impossible fm* u directorate to
reception "ii tbe part of theirf c«ry this Institution alpno. Beside
hi .there. Saturday evening a -financial support they must hove con-
dance Was given in the Oddfellows', ceiled iiuirul bulking uf the coinmilli-
lln.l. while tlm Fernie Club enter- '■*• Tiu' uieeting next Tuesday pre-
tained at ten mid luncheon each day. j »«nts un opportunity I'm* every public
While not definitely decided, It is ex- spirited citizen tn marshal himself
.-.-. thai il,.* tournament will bePoWnd » proven, all-yenr-round ben-
Cranbrook next year. eflt to the youth of the city.      Our
 l m t _ gymnasiums   nnd   playgrounds   are
ist sending linys
I'm
the
iilllniltir
taken
sedui
ts ut Walker.
("Ill    lhe   loc-.ll
i-zull.   through
■ made.   From
eul tlu
nil,*,.
stum
1.1-llVill
In
Mr
Wal.
irvillc
nl  .In
daughter Je
bis
Ti
i In
.Mrs. W. R
ertson uf Fei
foursome.
Air. Roberl
ond in nine in
Tin- v..-linn
ii uf Lumberton, sec-
i handicap, Monday.
.1 Fernie report hu ex-
Tor
Players .t Nrl.o
sreation club, t>
. kepi up.
see tlmt ils worl
Or. W.  \   Fergle nnd Mr. George
returned   from   Nelson mi
heap Insurance ag
n reform schools uml jails.
T1IK DIRECTORATE
Tiles,Iny whore they bud been in iit-
■ * ;,t tin- big tennis tourna-
ver ihe weekend.    Though un-
vrAD'-c Tirrii.' "' '" mt'"K '"'" ""' j''w,''~
IbAK J    IUIAI..T is,  tliey  report     un     excellent
SCHOOL ENROLMENTS
INCREASE OVER LAST
Purchaari New Nittli  Clo»ed Car
The public and high school* opened
Tuesday with good attendances in
all thc schools, In th high school
there is an attendance of apprnxim*
ally 80 over tbe number in attend
unci' laal yenr. Qtudo IN. hai 54,
Grade X 48 and Crude XI. 24, Thc
reose is partly due to the furl tlmt
Grade XI, hml only 18 lust year, and
the  entrance  class   was  larger   llii
year,     The stall' is the same a   lasl
year with Ihe exception lhat Mil    I
lv MagOO Uk«l the place of Mr, Mc
Laughlln.
Ai Ihe time of (.'"injr to prow flfl
time. Hi. Fergle and his partner,
Mrs. Mux!,,ii, reached the finals, but
wore beaten by the pair that won the
cup, Ai ihe annual meeting of the
ii tricl i-iiiiis association biter, .Mr.
was elected first vice-president and Dr. Porgie elected tn the
i m rutlve,
i.m ■ wore nol obtainable an to enrol i.i n\ the central school. The
11 lew 'hi- thero iim- Alius Johnson,
who is taking Mis» Mngee'i place;
HI ini islln. tirade VI., MIhs Cla-
< * t.r:i i.' VII., mid Miss Itest, tirade
III.
On Tuesday evening T. M. It.
Stewart, of the Ratcliffe & Stewart
Qarage, returned from Vancouver,
to which place he had gone to get delivery of a new Nash car for N. \V.
I Burdett, of Kiiulierley. From SpO,
I kane be was accompanied by Mr. Burdett and his two daughters. The new
car wliich L- an Advanced Six five-
passenger Nash sedan, embodies all
that is latest iu automobile manufuc-
lure.     It is of a pleasing blue .shade,
and attracted a lol of attention when
it made its auppeai unce on Baker
Street.    It has full baloon tin-, disc
wheels, four win-el luakes. and
of other refinements   and  new
tires that are charnctcrlxlng th
on  July
ct   liy ha
Ile   secure
from there
let Mr>. WilHon and
i. Prom there they
drove to Mr. Wilson"s home in Farn-
haiu. Quebec. Mi'. Wilson reports a
very enjoyable time in the east, visit-
Ing   many   places   nf   interest   while
awn;, and combining business wiih
pleasure in stopping at such place- as
the Wnlthum watch factory and the
great  optical works at Southbrldgo,
Mass. The SoUthbridgO works he described as n wonder.
Mr. Wilson left Montreal for home
on ihi' 12th nl' August, went to Hn-.
Ion, New Vork and oiher eastern fit
les, and readied St. Paul on August
he look a jump of
Ive days. To the
Vermont he travelled
paved roads, lfl sta-
were passed through
in coming hack. The worst part of
the trip was through Montana \<>
Com r d'Alene, 175 miles .,r this wtia
on the Yellowstone highway, During
the trip no mixttps of any kind were
experienced. The storm that hit the
east was eneountred at Wisconsin Rapids, where miles of the road were
inundated. There the rainfall rejji-'-
tered was five inches in one hour,
and the worst electrical storm in his
expo ulnce was encountered. Two
punctures within three hundred feet
of a vulcanizer indicated to Mr. Wilson much enterprise on the pnrt of
the tire man in this particular town
he was passing through. The car
dr..v.- beautifully, as high us :| 1 S miles being made in a .lay. With the
banner "Montreal to Crnnbrook" across 'lie front of the car, it attracted   n.uch attention as it  sped on   its
tbei
got into
dies on
' Iln
GIRL GUIDES MAY
BE ORGANIZED IN
CRANBROOK SOON
Provincial Official of Movement To Address Meeting
Here Next Week
Girl Quid
-I) i
hed 'rani,rook that
Di puty 1'ro-
ii'-!' f'ii' ihe t'ana-
rWsoeiation, will ad-
if those women who
bjeel of ' lui
■ ■    .   -  ;.; .
the Cran-
ilding at 8
if  Tuesday,
Mnrn  k
olumbia, holding as
po- dble. Prom this
is presidenl
.ales   ASSOC-
ol ia I'rovin-
Musicians
In Recital
Mr. Vincent Fink and Other
Local Artistes Heard to
Advantage
j     If, lii'-iili-*- the reci ■--.*- ,.f
iln- Cranbrook   ■: ,,■*,  and
lhal of ih.- Ro ar; - :*,*■■ ,-vi-
ik'iu-i- waa wanted ability of
Cranbrook   < * ,.   utitar-
nt      il concert
recital  (riven   i->   Mr.   Vincent   Kink
und  othei    on 1 .*.   last
should have proven sur:
W nil pleasing recotli cl  *■ - of the
concerl  sriven  bj   Mr.  \    cei
..-m-:,.,!  bj   M .    v. .
His    Helen   Worden   I
.1 ,.i     ce at thi
led wil    * ..
FAIRMONT SPRINGS
POPULAR HOLIDAY
VENUE LAST WEEK
Thai
Kink
and
ear,  the
wei - fib
with re-
■■ -filled.
ppointed
i l>v the
■  ■ last week-end
nl nutomobillsta nut on
id rabh   stretches,
I sirtnont Hot
ong magnet to
judge,  have   expressi i   the   opinion
that taken on  the whoh   lhe concert
u;i' the ■ thai could be
heard   in   much larger  places  thnn
i ranbrook froi .'. nniMc-
lans.
It was admitU 11) I the besl
com i ::■- of ;■,-  kind
here.    The p: *
was a ver) genei
■ ming tnnk|geu with aei
iiu- bungo-   would   still
,.u ! const- | mu '■ longei
■■ ■ re fil        W     F-- ,..
will.:
presented
hich in itself
. was elilar-
. and many
ve   listened
cepl .*
H    ii
i,.. i   ■  i ■    '
i Btabtishment of
a I,   '.- .   .-
*  * * ■ al thc camp, and
good meal.
a              *   .   ■
shady veran
Ial   *' the building.
Among t!i
front Cranl
and vlcinitj
t-egl        ig nt 1
during the
end w-ire: Mr. and
Mrs. R   *;.
S     '***ik-v;  Mr.  and
.Mi-.  W.  1.
i  Mr. at -i  Mrs,
.1.  K.  Wal *
Mrs. G. R.
Leask, Mr.
and S       1    Leask, Mr.
ami .Mi-. Ri
Mr. and M rs.
A.
Moorhouae, Ml    D     thy Moorh< u
Miss Jean Mcp]     . ■        -   f. I;.
Mih - and     .
'.v. .::;■■ ; .. \v. .1
Marsden,  Kimberley,  Mr.  and  Mr--.
The trip buck wns made on 20<]
gallons of gasoline, ut nn average cost
of 22 cents per gallon, lii'i- iiuarts
of (»il   were  used.
Mr.   and   .Mrs. George Wragg of |
Spokane accompanied    Mr.    Wilson   .
from  that city    and    are visiting in
Crnnbrook for a week.
Cockshurt,   Mrs
Neilly, Mi
Mr. ami .Mi-. I-.
K. Magee. Mr,
nell, Mr. and M
Mi.- (J. Da\
M.  Gassels,  A.  C,
Mrs. J. R.  .Valkley
A. Williams, Mi-- f.
in: Mrs. P. C. Hart-1
She ■   ... Kimber-
:.-    Anne Ful- j
Vi'jtoria.       Whalers   report   that
over   100 pounds of ambergris has
been taken at the whaling grounds
uit the  Hritish Columbl
season.
Charloltetown, P.E.I. —- The Potato
Growers' Association are taking the
necessary steps to secure a supply of
labor to handle the greatly Increased
potato crop of the Island, which promises to yield a SOO per cent. crop, as
compared with last year on account
of the Increased acreage, lt is expected that 0,000 aires of certified
seed pot0toes will be harvested.
Reglns.-   t'p  to  the end  of June
moi e •.:-!:!! g cars had -: i.hrout'h
this city than in all lai I j i a . act    d
ng io the sect el i; >ai I    t
ounds   Trade.   Up to that timi   lol
t this i put up at iii'- aut containing
'•■•'.■   ■■■  irial        -''■';''•     ■■:   " ■   ■■   .■■■■! ■■
from :u-Yn-- the b< i
- ■  ■   bi ing heard
hei     '■• fort.     .■- .-;.li   further
t'..'.',i^ -,;r.i!'t the ;■  '. teachers, was
agaii heard     I -     i ■ u .   .      He
demonstrati . ,,f pro-
ficiency to winch he has attained,
while a rich ton was also
apparent. Of hi- -■. ,-eral numbers,
; osaibij ier in the
imi suite. "S,vmj 93agnole/(
by Lai... wit- •.!.,- more appreciated,
though "Caprice Vienni .'" by Kreifi-
ler was also exi ell
Miss Helen Worden, with iier unaffected   mam..-', iptivated
her audit-r.ee with her rendering of
several   planofoi                   as.     She
:■,,.:: ■                     ient   over
her  performs™ ■ ar. her
gtvup natal ■ r { . ■              erj enjoyable feature uf the  program.    Her
first   number,   Schumann's   "Scenes
from Childhood," waa l piece descriptive of interesting phasi -  ot  child
ilfe.    Her last number, Moskow.ski's
"En .Automnie," which was concluded
amid very loud a] ...            wed well
her interpretative ability, being also
an  excellent vehicle t-   convey  her
ta execute the more difficult
passages,
The violin, 'cello and piano were
.;, Miss Wanda Fink playing                th 'he art-
(i'ontinued on !';.;'•   '■ >
Lethbridge     A   pa: ty  of
dred fanner.- from Moi
■ itinir Alberta thl month. They are
to be met by a group ot irrigation
engineers and will be taken over the
vai ious ii i igatloi 11 ojecti i ( Si u
them   Alberta,  ami  then attend the
j convention of the Western Canada
Irrigation Association at Calgary.
Brandon —Flftj •'    y-    from
hun-j all parts of the British  [flies arrived
fjere under th'- thi.- Sal-
vatii      .'•: re   placed  on
This is the tl irty under
tl      Salvation     '■ i.:;'ration
scheme to arri, e at the first
two aggregating two hundred boya,
nearly al! of v • ■   settled
on farms in the ;.*   ghl
TWELFTH ANNUAL FAIR IS BIG EVENT
i bos
out; four runs,
Kimberley came lo bat. two down
iu their hall oi the sixth! Coen grounded nut, P.amford lo Hlnton; Geyer
singled; Pennington singled; Geyer
scored from (bird on a passed hall;
Mu.sser sacrificed, scoring Pennington, Vnughn lo liinton; II. Horne
struck out; two runs.
Wycliffe went to but in the seventh
(Continued on Pago il)
H.dl.villc, Ont.-—It has been officially announced that the firm of
Mood, Johnson & Co., have completed arrangements fur the establishment of a Canadian branch here fur
the mi nufm'turr nf milk products.
The 1024 Kail Fair is now a mat-j
ter of history and the officers and di-1
rctors of the Cranbrook District Agricultural Association have every rea-
von to foel satisfied with the success;
tendlnf their efforts, it is trus
that the attendance of the peoplo of
the district was not nil it was hoped
for, and that weather conditions this
summer have not been conducive to'
the production of flttl class farm!
produce,   but   nevertheless  there  Was
.-utlicint   of   merit in connction with
tin   other feature- of the fair to make j
it more than worth while, In con-,
nection with the attendance, it has
been suggested that possibl> if some
other day besides Labor Day were t"
he ch hu, .ay n Wednesday, after*
hiinii, more people would make it a
point lo attend, wherein    on    Labi f
Duy the temptation appears to be too
groat '" '■"'"* -Advantage of the last
hi llday of the season antl go out of
nglng the
, ner for their s I
exhibit to Cia::'
The  winners   of  tli'   I. ii leraclng
.»•! '-   v.:.'   ;,     ■
Indian Horse Race, Half mile: l«t,
man's   race,   von   by   h:.t   Prlnci]
owned by La       ed of I   feston h a
'.-cry     l'i ml To    the five- [
elgths dash  betwei n First  Principle
and Skookum from Windermere, the'
latter won a g 1 race,    First Prlnci- I.uke. 2nd, Littli
pie wa-   at   a disadvantage, having      White  Mat,'    li Half
|ust run a pri mile, 1st, Lockhead, S
The display   in   the building wai       Five-eighth mih en)  Ut,
light, this being ex;    tod.    m tinl Francis; 2nd, Lockhead.
of th-- lack ■■■ .    Esture |  availing In      Open Hone Race, half milt, Ut,
ihe district  when i; wai most need- Browne; 2nd, Grej
«-il.    Con Ideriig the blighting frost      Half mile ds ■   I        I: 1st, Fran
CANADIAN WEEKLY EDITORS RETURN
Hare art tome of the Canadian Weekly Editors (photographed on hoard tha Canadian Pacific Liner "Mont-
laurler"), who have been touring l he Old Country, andln Scotland have been thu guests of thu Corporations of
Edinburgh tnd Glasgow, and the Publicity (Tubs of these cities. They have toured the Hums, Hob Roy and the
Scott CouatriM, and other historical parts of Great Britain, including Wamblcy.
Th» few* had a moat aajoyable time and returned to Canada, d*tor»ia«i to do all U tMr powar to booat
the Old Country, and tu di-veloo toui'.L h a«3o from Canada lo -io. M^utilwid.
the city.
Those In a position to compare this
year's fair with those of former years
state it surpasses any ever held here,
particularly In regard to the livestock, Mr. Hopkins, one of the jud-
ges, (tinted to the Uerald thut the ex-1 mu i . TUi
hihition of stock here was one of the fow turned
best he has attended, outside of thjejcall it off.
hi If fairs. The base
The horses shown were better than , grounds i i
n previous years, and also the cattle; exhibitions
visiting : I ■ ■ ■ prevloni to
the fair, the flbwer dinplay was very
Kood.     Thr w [nsl tutc al-.,
deserve   much  credit   for  the  -how
thoy staged.
The refreshmi i I I ■ othi under the
can- of the Odtlfi Hows' Lodge, did a
good businesi and helped make some
money for the treasury.
The kewpie doll artist and the al-
uminumware spi eialist were there,
and considering tho fat t thai tho
carnival wai bardlj over, the business
done was ti uly remarkable.
Tho dance on Monday QVOnlng in | of winners a
the  Auditorium was well attended, appear next
Robinson's' orchestra supplying ihe [the waistanci
however, so Tow on of thi
iy night,
that it was do
i,  ;  Snd,  Gllsxloj .
S'piaw    lace;     i   |       Ma^dm:    2nd,
Catherine Sut   I
Relay race; lat, Davi ' opllo; 2nd,
John Starr.
Potato race on I nrsi back; I it,
John Clark; 2nd. Phillip.
White ladles" raci i   it 1  m ... I on*
nelly; 2nd, Netty Owen,
Jumping contest! lat, Phillip; 2nd,
I Coleman.
I Owing to lack of time it i- not
\ found possible to publish the prize
i list in thns issue. The complete list
the fair Will therefore
•eek. Mr, Hay with
of Mis- Noble and Mr.
fruit inspection bracch
the classes were
. was keen competlon.
• made    an    excellent
the  sheep  (lass   WM
■/81 and girls' pig cluh
ui it first class show, Vork lure
; the variety exhibited,
e Hack events wore very satis-
•xh
bits.
All
nil,
il, in
.1
thi'i-
Thi
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y
iitll
Im
vlnis
I.m
Heli
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up that it was decided to j has prepared complete copies of the
I prize winners, which they have been
II gi    -    al  the lower I good enough to furnish to the press,
ivel! attended ond good      The efforts of Mr,  Haj   to make
ball were put up. Aim-. the fair a success are worthy of much
ie two loams commendation.      For many months
eing. , he has had it in mind, and has been
nslnntly planninp"  for Its  hotter*
well j ther game between these twt
would be well worth seeing.
The po ill was on iln
very good, some closxci  were
light while in olhora the com]
was very keen.
The   tnvormoro   experimental
tion are to he compllmontod oi
whole 1
little
lilion
sla-
tho
faetor.v, and an enjoyable afternoon j excellent exhibit thoy had ftt the fair.
provided.   Good fields and goud eon-1 The   Cranbrook   association   are   in-
.; ....:. i..t..*i. The ahtle debtad to mr, Hewton and i i
ment.
Meal weather favored the fair on
both doyif and in the old fair tocn
lion, many visitors felt quite at home
again.
The winners in the Women Institute section appear on another pagO
of Ihis ..to- Fjjm two
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Priduy, September 5th, 1924,
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I,, thu plibltu, i-'.'M ilu-yi I.- ll.- '•
Clio       111-.   U.illM-i-  i*-   I'.l.-I   fn
. Hoghorg ivua burled in
ul Crauhrook, » largo- i
Klmborloy ottoniling Uu
Mr. ami Mi's* Shaannoii nml party \
lotorod to Fairmont un Monday.
.lulu
Neilsen, Mrs. N.
I li-n N<-ilsc-ii and Until,i.r
j Sullivan Hill, nre Im. 1,
■ enjoyable holiday Bpeut
j Alberta.    They  report
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WYCLIFFE NOTES
itson, He-  [m. the lust child was barefooted, und i ******,****,
liiisuii. iii 11,, tit.nk tlml she wondered intu thej
iharp brush and there slept, ns un-
loubledly she did, through lhe cold |
lark night, without harm approaches
the miraculous. Tie* notion of the
management -.1 'le* company in old-
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SPOKANE STREET
KIMBERLEY,
B.C.
A  big circus
is coming  t
i
own
this  week  and
he  children
llll
nil
wearing n smile.
Tlu-   Vincent
i-'ink  concert
w
IS    11
groat sncci'.ss nn
Thursday night
and
everyone was tl
lighted with
th
■ tn-
lonted musicians
Jim Martin u
as in town i
n
msi-
nuns nn Wednesday.
Ml
•ith
Before decldlui on that new building or that repair work, see Geo. R.
Loask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
barley and Cranbrook. 18t
Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Holland and
family, who have been spending n
week at St. Mnry's Lake, returned
Inline un Saturday.
Mrs. Medley McLeod and family
spent a few tlnys at Green Bay.
Allan  Keer is spending i
if weeks nt Band' and other
ci.upli
oints.
Mr. und Mrs. Cl. B. Powell of Cran
brook were in town un Tuesday.
Kru
ill... win.
I Mrs. A. .1. A
■e Borne ten year
.1 days uf last «
Mr. uml Mrs. A.
acquaintances.
uer d'Alene un Si
il'Alene,
outs, Mr.
i.   resided
-I. ni the
miles, roi
She I'ctiir
day last.
uirress I
ner,   wh
ui the
the lust
Although we havi
available ns to the
pital, uf Edward  I
very seriously  injin
Inst Tuesday miirnin
received was to the c
improving, amusing
terrible fall which he hail,
felt hope of  nil   Wycliffe
that he may continue tu r
health und strength us lime
i,**in.
nliiin
hus-
was
camp
epul-t
well, ui
gladness in the
family is lhe grenlos
ull in everyone wlm
t that he was
view ul' tin
il. The heart
•fc  people  ii
gee.
on.
Mr.  nnd  Mrs.   K.   I..  Staples
family, with Mr. ami Mrs. II. S. Ji
Im
Mr. W
Saturday
M. Archibald wns in town
und Sunday.
Mr. N. \V. Burdett and the Misses
Winnie nnd .Mildred left fur Spokane
un Saturday, returning un Monday in
tlieir new Nnsh.
Mrs. Stevens oFCranbroolt, is vis-
iting her daughter, Mrs. Muister.
Mr. McKenzle arrived on Friday
from Vancouver with his bride, and
will take over the management of the
new hardware store which is to be
opened up in the near future. Mr.
McKenzle is well known in town,
having travelled I'm' the Marshall-
Wells Co. for some time.
Alex Dempster returned tu
home in Pincher Creek un Tuesdii
mure to come
his
l'i
tions thut ii
Student
failed in Hi
invicted
I'm.I can usk lilies
e mon cannot answer
Now  I   know  why  '.
UlllitlUlilins.
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A goud deal of excitement wus
caused on Tuesday night when a fire
started in the basement of Carlson's
pool room. The prompt aid nf the
local fire fighters soon extinguished
the blase and very little damage was
dune. This is one time when Kimberley appreciated the new water system.
Tin- people nf Kimberley were
treated tn a free ride in Brown's new
bus mi Monday tu lake in the fair
ut Cranbrook.
On Monday, Mr. I). Lcith and family were nt Perry Creek, fishing.
when fnr some unknown reason their
little daughter strayed away from the
mother. The child was lost nil night
anil search parties scoured the country. The llttlo one had crossed the
creek and fortunately was found by a
Wycliffe man, sleeping under u tree
nt eight o'clock on Tuesday morning.
School opened on Tuesday with a
large attendance. Miss Fox and .Miss
Dlebolt returned again this term nnd
additional teachers in tlie persons of
Miss Freeman, nf Vancouver, Miss
Johnson, nf Trail and Mr. Marsh,
who takes Ihe position nf principal,
are now nn the teaching stall'. It is
expected that another teacher will be
added in a few days.
sun and family, havi
cllffe from tlieir I
Premier Lake, whii
hns been transform
I'ui rustic bungalow
setting hy the shon
nay's hike wnlideil'ii
The infant sun i
Poho, just u inuntli
returned tn
unimer hun
.. u modest
-il intu u h.
I' M
iiu,
luring
luy n
ght nf li
-    l.f    IW
rcssioos i
il .Mrs. I'.
sed away
ist week.
.veeks.
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Johnson, oi Fernie. was a vis
i town fov a few days this week
The  hull  K"me  hetween   Wycliffe
nnd Klmberloy was a victory fur ihe
homo team, 0-2. The ynme between
Cranbrook ami Kimberley was mure
evenly balanced, proving a six all tie.
Brown's stage lino have put n fine
big bus on their run between tbis
town nnd Crnnbrook. The bus will
seat IX people, and the upper structure is principally Rlass, which will
make winter riding very comfortable.
The new bus is a "White."
The Sash & Door Co.   hnve
up a new hulliling just below the
The $5.00 special prize is drawing
large audiences to the Orpheum on
Monday evenings, but nil the pictures
are well worth seeing regardless of
the prize winning chances, ami are
tho very latest.
Mr
altor
. Campbell was a Cranbrook
in Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira M. Foster and
sor., who hnve been visiting nt St.
Mary's Luke, expect to be hack the
end of this week, Mrs. Foster intends
to resume her music class on September Bth.
Following an illnc
Many were the ex)
thy for the bereaved parents by their
neighbors, the while reflecting that
the little one had passed from lhe toil
and care of this world nfter one short
glimpse, into the pence and quiet of
the great beyond. Tbo funeral was
held on Wednesday to the cemetery
in Cranbrook, Rev. li. C, Freeman
conducting the service at th
side.
Tbe annual Sunday School picnic
was held in the natural park up th
river on Thursday afternoon of last
week. Picnics generally afford plenty uf excitement, fun and eats foi
the youngsters, and this was no e.x
ception.    Just ask any kid.
School re-commenced on Tuesday
morning with a full attendance. Miss
M. Harrop. of llarrop, B.C., is in
charge of tin advanced grades, and
Mrs. Macdonald, of Nelson will teach
in the primary section.
The hall games, fall fair and dance
in Cranbrook on Labor Pay. filled in
the holiday very fully, and. we believe very satisfactorily to a large
crowd of Wycliffe people. A detailed account of llu- two ball games is to
he found elsewhere in this issue.
CHILD SPENDS NIGHT
IN THE OPEN
An event which mighl have terminated in sorrow, hnd n happy ending
on Tuesday morning of this week,
when the H-year-old baby daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Duvid Lcith of Kimberley, was found in tbe bush after
n fifteen hour search whicb commenced late Monday afternoon and continued throughout the long night.
Tho child bad wandered to the creek
which fbuvs past tho camping ground
on the Oldtown road, where tlie Leith
family were picnlcing, apparently to
get a drink, bad crossed the creek,
which is very .-hallow at that point,
and then entered tbe dense brush,
where she became confused and was
not aide to Had her way back. When
her absence was discovered, and the
efforts of her parents to find her
wcrc unavailing, Mr. Leith came to
Wycliffe to enlist aid and u search
pany was formed.   All through the
lltght   the   WOodl   were   combed   by
anxious men, but the darkness and
thick brush made a thorough search
practically impossible until daylight
So, with the early morning hours
came an army of searchers from Wycliffe and Kimberley, the entire mill
crow from tins point going in a body,
Upon arrival al the scene a systematic search was instituted in whicli
over a hundred men participated, A
half hour went by, und hearts had
begun i,, -.jufc. iimj thoughts of dire
possibilities to arise, when suddenly,
from (lie end of the line went up n
joyous shout! and thc baby wus
found. Tbe sight which met the
oyes of the searchers when Ihey
reached the gathering point, and witnessed tlie re-unlon of father and
child, was good to behold, and the
men from the far end of tbe line who
arrived later, saw with astounded
eyes, the little one wrapped in blankets, happily munching a sandwich.
Next to the father, possibly the happiest man in Ihnt crowd of happy
men, was Bill James, who found tbe
child, after he, G. Tanner and W.
Harrows had found her footprints in
the sand and had followed into the
brush in their generu) direction.
There is added wonder to tbe story
GARAGE
HUll.lt IT WITH
KIMBERLEY STAGE
LINE INSTALL A NEW
TYPE OF BUS
That the people of Kimberley are
being well taken care of so fur as
means of transportation between that
town and Cranbrook are concerned,
was further emphasized tbis week
when the Brown's Stage Line placed in operation on (heir service a
brand new White bus, which represents the last word in vehicles of this
kind. In reality it is a miniature
street car on pneumatic tires. Tbe
chassis is made hy the White company, while the body is made in Calgary, by Hay & Harding, to whom
credit is due for an excellently finished ear. It is well equipped with
its own henting ventilating and llght-
ing systems. Tbe chassis is of the
same type as is in use en all the big
hus lines operating in Yellowstone
and other parks. The Brewster
Tram-port Co. at Bantl' have ten in
operation, there being in all 14 in
Ban;!. Tbe type selected by the
Brown Co. is preferable to tbe sedan
type for the work here
seat Hi people. On its first trip down ■ second yenr of its existenece, as the j
from Kimberley it carried IS. ll has Kimberley team is dispersing and j
drop side windows of jdass allowing there will be no opportunity of pro-
for lots of ventilation in summer but motinj; the play-off.
can be kept comfortable in winter. Both of these games were well nt-'
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Mitchell hits for three bnses; Piper
bit to field, Mitchell thrown out ot
plate, Musser to McMahon; two out;
Piper stole second; Hinton struck out.
Johren relieved Mitchell in the box
for Wycliffe in this inning, retiring
the miners, one, two, three. The game
went into the tenth inning, but in
spite of heavy rooting by the spectn-
tors neither team gained any advantage and the score stood aa at the
end of the eighth, <!-(>. As Kimberley needed to win both games to lift
tbe cup as challengers, Wycliffe will
The bus will I probably  be  the   possessors for  the
ble plays—Wycliffe, 2; Crowe lo
Banifor.il to Hinton. To Logan to
Hinton. First base on errors, Wycliffe, 2; Kimberley, 2. Field errors;
Wycliffe, 4; Kimberley. :{. Left on
bnses, Wycliffe. X; Kimberley. 5,
Umpires—Salter and  Peever.
ffli«n Vou Think of Insurance
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BEALE & ELWELL
Cranbrook &  Kimberley
8oU Agents for KImherley Townsite.
.Mr. L. IL Iliggins, factory representative, wus in town foi' a few days
tbis week to sec lhat everything was
in order. So far as the body is
concerned, Cranbrook is the only
place in the west, outside of Vancouver which has one of tbis type. The
cost of the equipment is $7,800.
I
OLD RIVALS IN
liATTLE ROYAL
with ihe score tied, four all: W. Staples walked; Vaughn singled; Argue
singled; scoring Staples; Crowe out
at first, Pennington to McMahon;
Mitchell singled, scoring Vaughn; Piper hit to field. Argue thrown out nt
plate; two out; Hinton walked, bases
full; Logan struck out; two runs.
A double play retired Kimberley
early in the seventh, and Wycliffe
went to bat in the eighth with the
score fi-1, but failed to score. Kimberley went to bat in lhe eighth: Coen struck out; Geyer singled; Pennington doubled; Musser struck out;
two out; H. Horne singled scoring!
Geyer and Pennington; G. McMahon1
struck out. The teams went into the,
ninth with the score again tied ti-il.
Wycliffe went to bat: Crowe thrown]
out    at  first, Geyer    to     McMahon;;
tended and the crowd thut packed the
bleachers und cars nround the dia-
mond seemed highly plensed at the
brand of bul) thut wns on tup at both I
buttles.
SUMMARY !
Hits off Pennington, R; off Mit-!
I chell. 11; off Johren, 0.   Struck out j
I by Pennington, 14; by Mitchell, 10;'
j by Johren, 4.   Bnses on balls by Pen-
i nington,  4; Mitchell, 0; Johren, 0.
; Innings pitched—Pennington 10, Mit-
| chell 8; Johren 2.    Three base hit,
Mitchell.     Two   btise   hits,    Argue,
Vaughn, Pennington.   Sacrifice hits,
Argue. F. McMahon, Musser.   Stolen
bases—Crowe,  Piper, Hinton.    DoU-
A. Johnson
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WALL PAPER HOUSE
Hamon Ave., Cranbrook
Near Kimberley Siege Offlce
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First Clan Meab Served it all Hours - Lunch Counter
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Special Tables for Ladies    -    White Help in Parlor
Lunch Boxes Filled - Special Prices
Clean, Comfortable Rooms in Connection
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
el Caaada Limited
omen, nouwa and refining dkpartiihnt
MAIL,   BBITISB   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Pwekateeeel Sell, SUver, Copper, Lead * Zlne Otes
rredeeen el fleld, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zlne
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 '   "     ..sa—mmtm*> "im*        —i t Friday, Seplemher 5th, 1924.
THE  CUMBROUS.   HERALD
FOREST DEVASTATION
AND THE WEATHER
(From tho Canadian Lumberman)
If nny proof were needed that Canada has reached tlie danger zone uf
forest depletion. Ample evidence has been provided in the
erratic nnd unseasonable weather we
hnve been experiencing, There is
only n comparatively narrow fringe
of forest growth now lefl between
the Arctic circle and tho presenl Inhabitable portion of Canada,   When
WATER NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAKE   NOTICE
thai   AU
ID    II.
Uriels
1, Whose lllltl
•oss Is Cran
irook,
B.C.,
vill i y foi
u llconso 1
i take
and i
hu 2 minor's
ni.*lii*s  of
water
mil .i
IIU  lilluuuiei
creek will
h en
tola .■>
uili Fork i
I' t;„lil Cn
ik on
sub-lo
UU o[ III.ii*
4601, Km
tellliy
Dlstvl
i.  nnd   Willi
h  Horn ii
rough
snld ■
1.1..I south e
istorly and
trains
Into i
io North Po
1. ul' Gold
Crook
nboul
843 yards n
rlli nf Sun
lu-usl
OOI'IIOI
Tin
of suh lui 1
wnler will
if Block 45
ie diverted
II,
from
the mi
d unnnniod .
tronm ut a
[mint
about
140 .nuds wi
si of Cover
iliient
Rond through snld Bub-los i!fi and will
bo used for irrigation purposes on
the lands described ns sub-lotfl  1 and
:>*; of Block 4591.
This notice was posted on the
ground on tho isih day of August,
1924.
A copy of this notlco and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act 1914," will be filed in
thcoffice of the Wafer Recorder,
Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections to tho application mny
be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice iu
ft local newspaper.
The date of the first appearance
of this notice is August 22nd, 1024.
ATLEE I). BRIDGES,
Applicant
by J. P. Bridges, Agent
this has been completely removed,
climatic conditions in the southern
portion of Canada will be little different from the northern zone, the
distance being so insignificant.
In corroboration, is is only necessary to refer to present conditions
even ns fnr south as the state of Florida, which conditions are interesting
as bearing on the question of the devastation of forest lauds in its effect
upon climatic conditions. It is well
known today thnt the frost line lias
extended as far south as Florida so
as Lo affect vegetation not only nt
I'nlni Beach but also at .Miami. Killing frosts are now experienced at
both of these places every season.
Years  ago   before  the   winter  re-
WATER NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICK that Atlee L'.
Bridges, whoso address is Cranbrook,
ll.C., will apply lor a license to take
and use 2 miner's inches of water
mil of the North Fork of Cold Creek
which flows north easterly and drains
into Gold Creek.
The water will be diverted from
the stream about 177 yurds upstream
and Southwesterly from government
bridge on sub-lot 2(1, Block 459),
Kootenay, and will be used for Irrigation purposes upon the lands described ns sub-lots 1 and 20 of Block
4601, Kootenny District.
This notice was posted on the
ground oil the 18th day of August,
1024.
A copy of tbis notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act 1014," will be filed in
theofllce of the Water Recorder,
Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections to the application mny
be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in
a local newspaper.
The date of the first appearance
of this notice is August 22nd, 1024.
ATLEE D. BRIDGES,
Applicant
sorts were even thought of in Florida
as they now exist, oranges were
grown successfully in that state even
as far north as Oeala. That place, as
Is well known, stands at the head of
navigation of the inland fresh waters. Some years ago that whole region was developed as an orange growing territory. To-day oranges ait
not grown in tbat section, and the
same land tliat was used for orange
growth is now used for wheat land.
The great change which has taken
place in the tier of states north of
Florida during this interval of time
J is the devastation of the pitch pine
forests.   Tbe tier of states, together
i with northern Florida, has been very
largely denuded of Its forests.   Pre*!
I vlous lo tbi.-, devastation these forest]
i lands acted as a wind break preventing the cold winds from the north
s\V! ; ; ig over the Florida peninsula.
Thld forest devastation is the only
i physici I    change   which   lias   taken
I place in this period of time, and this
is fully accepted as the cause for
lho change in climatic conditions in
! Southern Florida.
|      With regard to the effect u{ forest
devastation,   Gene   St ration   Porter
"Willi the cutting of our timber
j has come a change in our climate
Weeks of draught iu summer, and destructive cyclonic windstorms, winters alternating from a condition so
PAQH     Til R EB
26-29   by J, F. Bridges, Agent
20-29
PIANOS AND BEDDING AS BAGGAGE
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ntrr   mill,   UMpmi   "I   i -i i'   |.»". ■ig' i»
,   M(itl,<l   S,|ii*rr.   DMjHl!at<     """'     *ie»
:  Hai   nrmiiid-lhr-Miirlil  In   IS2S,  and  of  tin  JtHII   V-.,i    Locfcl
Ih*
I'xifk
■er-Nt India ihli jear. Tap
Kinprnaa uf K ran ft, a*ltct*4
rtuhi   ii  a   Moltammndan  at
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railway gunge is the broadest in thel      Lntci, lu- returns to Iny out your clothes.   So do
'      world   and   a   modern   first-class   compartment   'he v>mini>  of the other passengers; if there hap-
I il word In comfort "en  l0   *"'   '"UI   lruvp"l'rs  In   a  compartment,  each
'.. .,      with  a  lervsnl   and  with  the  articles of baggape
tani, shaded lijrbta, cooling arrangement* blue MBmeroted ^ove, the routine of shaving and drew-
I n ndows to let down in case the glare is too ing is apt to resemble a film comedy.
.-ii,   j-,  I'enetl n bllndl to Supply an airy twilight,       One compartment on the train, or sometime* more,
.      im next door, arm-chairs, tables, la "JMrnd fer ladies traveling alone.    A whole com-
i... Vm, beds,   In India, iho traveller talcs* Pfrtmenl can always be reserved by paying for four
l      bedding  with   him  by  train     After dinner his j first, clans  Keats.    Const do ring  the  accommndatio.i
iervn.il entei   ths carriage, makes thl bed and lays provided, travel li not expensive in India.   A first
out the Sahib i pyjamas and slippers. 8*E1»'! from Bombny, \°, De,W ^ts about $3..
i m   "   ordered,   Be   will   await   the    , The   day   passe,  qnlcltly   on   the   train    for  the
.   return   and   help  pull   »fl   hi*  boots  ai.dMd.nns of India, having been cultivated  for untold
Perhaps this la I  relic ol the old "Johnina'*". "old more of interest than similar places In
Companj    daj . when  thfl  Sahib came back of an i other parts of the world, which have not heen Ily
ovonlliK   carrying   more   than   a   necessary   dose   of
I i | H ., at any rale the old-fashioned ser-
vanl  atlf| expects to unlace hi* master's boots.
it la, how** i, unnecessary to do what one's ser-
win expect* Hut to be without a servant in India
would be impossible.    Foi  * ten-day trip each mnr-
 I  couph   snd every  two or three bachelors will
in.>i ii dtslrabti to have an attendant
A wonl a* tu their treatment: Many ot these servant- are excellent and trns.worthy men; but the
ilea of "liberty, equality, fraternity" is abhorent to
them The tourist who is condescending enough to
show them any sort of brotherly love will be merely
snubbed fot liis pains, for the relations of master and
man have been established since immemorial time
throughout   the  Enst.
The average compartment on the Indian railways
Is nearly twice the sUc of the American drawing
room car. Two couches mn along ils length on either
side, under the windows. At the foot of each there
is door-space and an armchair. Above the couches
are two more berths, to be let down at night as
occasion requires.
A very large quantity of baggage is carried in
every compartment, for many passengers take, in
addition to wardrobe trunk, bedding, suitcase, helmet-
case, typewriter and all sorts of odds and ends such
as hogapoar*, golf-sticks, fishing rods and tiffin
baskets. Hut there is room for everything and anything (a perambulator is a common sight and a cottage piano has been taken as personal luggage) on
the wide floor of an Indian railway compartment,
In the early morning, when thc tired sun of India
is fighting its way aver the mists lying ovei the
plains, your servant comes with ''chota-hasirl/* the
"little breokait" of Uie East, consisting el tw and
tiuUuU'd Uia.*t ____
n so long.   The diversity of types to bc seen at tbe
wayside stations is truly amazing,
Twilight. Dinner-time The teeming plains of
India still unroll before you.
You return to your carraige, where your bed hai
been laid out on on* of the sofas. With a novel and
a bedllde light, ynu while away a few more hours,
rending, smoking, wutching the dim villages, shorn
of their dirt and decrepitude, and invested with a
certain magic in tbe moonlight. Between these villages, thick with a life lived In a key so minor thnt
the North American could hardly live a day on tho
month's food of an Indian peasant, slow bullock carts
creep along, bound on errands we know nothing of.
The mystery of India steals over your drowsy
senses, you switch off the lights, the fan overhead
moans, the conch wheels chatter of their travel ami
you pass into your own particular Western brand
of nirvana, until, at last, day returns and a Huskv
figure   says:   'ISalaam,   Snhlb,   chotahs?.iri   ready'"
The photographs reproduced above were taken
by members of lho Across India party of the "Empress of Canada" 1024 "Round the World" crui«e
passengers Next season the second "Round the
World" cruise will be conducted under Canadian Pacific auspices, the famous trans-Atlantic liner "Em-
?ress of France" being scheduled to sail from New
'ork on January 14th, returning, via the Panama,
May 23rd. Shore excursions wlll he made from every
port of call, and, among other things, all members
of the cruise will be taken by train to Delhi, one of
the ancient.cities of the world and cnpltnl of India,
and to Agra, the beautiful city of the Moguls where
facilities will also be available for members of the
cruise who desire to take an extension trip from
Agra to Benaree, and else ta Calcutta, Darjeeling,
Miulras ar.J tTsihtf, IBjMMftg t!:o Rip *! r.V*->.
open as to freeze premoturoly forced
fruit and grain, nnd winters so stringently cold that the fruit trees are
killed outright.
"The even temperature and the
rains every three or four days which
we knew in childhood are things of
the past. Summer in these days me
to scorch for weeks at a stretch with
unalienated heat; and in tha same
slate in which I was born, it has become necessary for the sons of the
men who wasted the woods and the
waters, to put in overhead sprinkling
systems in order to grow their garden
vegetables, while windmills and irrigation are becoming common,
"In my childhood my father planted grain with tho same certainty of
having a full crop that he had of
having alternate day und night. Today the farmer on my land has no
more idea whether he will get a paying yield from the wheat, corn and
potatoes that he puts Into the ground
than he has as to whether the next
cyclono will blow his house Into the
lake or pass a few yards on the other
side of it. We, as a nation, hove already, in the most wanton and reckless waste the world has ever known,
changed our climate conditions and
wasted a good part of our heritage."
This striking picture of conditions
existing in the United States applies
with equal force to conditions iu Canada to-day. We are at present experiencing every condition enumerated In the foregoing alarming narrative.
What is our government at Ottawa
iloing to reduce this enormous wastage of our most vital natural resources? The almost Includible answer is summed up in the one word,
"NOTHING."
FRANK J. D, BARNJUM.
after tvery m
Cleanses month snd
leeib aud aids digestion.
Relieves thai overeaten leelftiu rjnu acid
montlii
Its l-a-s-s-S-a Da ror
satisfies t> ei ht
sweets.
Wrlgley's   Is le
value in ti.v and
pleasure It pi
Sealed in its Pm   ,:
Package.
MORE FOREST FIRES
REPORTED THIS YEAR
THAN PREVIOUSLY
Tbe rain of the latter part of August probably saved the Fast Kootenay from having the worst forest lire
season iu its history, according to
Norman Moore of Cranbrook, district forester.
Up till the middle of August the
forester's records show n total of 101
fires reported, as compared with a
total of 08 for the same period last
year. The worst fire of the yoiu
was encountered at Dutch Creek, in
the Windermere country, and nt one
time 138 men were employed in the
fight to control it. A very large area
was burned over and it is feared considerable merchantable timber was
destroyed. At Cameron ('reek, up
Goat river, l.'l miles from Kitchener,
another big blaze bad to be handled,
the rainy spell encountered during
the first few days in August saving
the situation.
Of the 101 fires tabulated, Mr.
Moore says but ten per cent, were
due to lightning, the other HO per
cent, being due to human agencies
and for the most part carelessness.
A redeeming feature of this year'V
forest fire patrol work is the larger
measure of co-operation experienced
from the general public, more fires
having been extinguished by citizens
abroad in the w la and afterward
reported than ever before.
This year, too, forest protection is
expedited through the use of the two
lookout stations at Swansea, near lnvermere, and at Moyie, west of Cranbrook. These have a commanding
view in every direction and by making use of them it has been possible
to dispensy with the services of a
number of patrolmen.
Patrolmen report great success
with the portable Fvinrude pumps
they are supplied with this season.
These   pumps   are   specially
CROFTERS DEPUTATION TO CANADA
In tin; (orecround The
A. MocDoueall. The- others
NHI MitcMlllun, Dnlllbursli,
Nicholson, Eochnii, S. list., nolle
Rev. R. A. MaeDonell, und the Rev. Canon
ilan McLeod, North llav. Harm ■
Angus MacDonald, and Lachlan
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Ui
MANY PRAIRIE VISITORS NOTED IN LOCAL
TOURIST CAMPS
MINERAL ACT
(Form F)
picas.
Certificate of Improvement!
NOTICE
nip
"Faith
"Mop,
Warliorse"   a
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claims   situate
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On east bank
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of Hell I!
• ai inK Creek.
TAKK NOTICK thai   we,   A.   H.
Mayland,  Mary  Benaett and  N,   A.
nping J Walllnger,   Free  Minor's  Certificate
Nos.   7504J.   T6169,   761B1,   intend.
that sixty days from  the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
liiuini*   ii   roi-oni   period   of
cocks  in  tho  neighborhood of
icople ouch night enjoyed Hi
ire of sleeping iu the -JI tourlsl c
iltca provided by the forestry do|
nent in the Easl Kootenay ,li.-i
vhlch includes thc BnniT-Wlndcfi
highway, according to Norman JI
if Crnnbrook, district forester.
This is uu increase of almost
ier cent us compnrod with Inst
ion, and is striking pi-oof of tin
Tensed popularity of Hi
■puts with tin- motor toui
This increase does nn
he Kusi Kootenay tourist trade I
tripled in twelve months, though it I Certificate of Improvements, for the
has shown u considerable train,   Mr,[purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
M 'e's explanation of the situation of the above claims.
being  that   very  many   more  people      And further take notice that action
are using llu- camps. under Section 86. must be commenced
What  observations  the  patrolmen'before the issuance of such  Certifi-
can iniike show that by far tho big-1 rate of Improvement!
gest percentage of the uutoists are     Dated this 15th day of July, A.D.
from    Alberta   and   Saskatchewan, 1924, 21-29
the heavy American trade tliat  was I	
in evidence earlier in the year having'
slackened off measurably.
The Knst Kootenay forestry district is the pioneer in the matter of
supplying campsites, and is very careful to i. that us soon as a camp is
opened it is fully equipped with a
cast-iron fireplace and grate, tables,
benches and every possible sanitary
convenience, Bach camp will pro.
vide night accommodation for eight
cars with an average passenger list
nf five peoplo.
JOHN G ;RD
PAINTER &
PAPERHAMiER
Fall   Line ol     ■    I   Paper
In  Stork.
Store, Iiu:: -.■;uie
Phou. 40S-  ,   , -ir.
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SEBTICE   I SSI RI'ASSEII
llii'll   i i
Phone  77
mum::
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
Official    Thermometer    Read.
Cranbrook
Mai.
August  21      -"57
August  22     71
August  2:i     SO
August 2-1     81
August  2n     H2
August 2li     87
August  27     89
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VANCOUVER FIRM
WILL REBUILD
BIG SAWMILL
(From the Canadian Lumberman)
Reconstruction   of   the   Hanbury
sawmill, on False ('nek. Vancouver,
adapted I which waa completely destroyed by
for coping with camp flree, near the  fire lately, will be undertaken lmme<
streami) thnt have been neglected
and set abloeo the nearby timbers
Some sixty-nine ui Mich Incipient
liliizes have been expeditiously hand*
led with these portable pumps,
which arc effective for a radius of
fifty feet.
It will.
Ig and j
di sign
Vicloria. — The SktM-nn Lumber
Company has been registered with a
capital of j.'.mi.Oliu to take over the
Kleanzn Company. Ltd., lumber and
mining operators of Usks   The new
nipany is financed liy .Minneapolis
capital and lias powei to establish a
pulp and paper mill.
Victoria.—An Important branch of
the itritish Columbia forest product!
ind usi ties   j»    the    nuiiiufaitur
WOoden boxes. There are twenty-live
ina-kiii-ir   plants  in   the  province
representing » capital of between
three and four million dollars. Some
twelve hundred people are employed
in the manufacture and handling of
wooden boxes In British Columbia
md the annual pay-roll is not less
than one and a quarter million dollars.
dlately, according to John flan bury
head of J. Hanbury A Co., Ltd
While the fire entailed a heavy losi
—approximately $400,000 ll wai
fully COVred by insurance.
be impossible to salvage anyOi
some fine machinery of late
is among the losses.
The Hanbury mill.had heen a landmark In Vancouver for many years
and occupied a strategic position
from a milling and shipping standpoint. It was not the first time the
mill had caughl fire, hut the recent
blaze, occurring a few mlnutei In'
fore noon, advanced with such intensity that the scorn of employees
about the plant scarcely realised just
whnt had happened before the flames
tlf were licking through the dry sawdust
' and the woodwork and spreading to
every portion of the hjjr plant.
John Hanbury, head of tbe firm, at
one time was a lunther operator near
Cranbrook, the name of Hanbury
still being retained from that time.
Only a pin can gel away with
a double course—of being pointed one way and headed another.
Thirsty?|
Thore'a nothiiiK like an lot j
cold soda to make you forg»t J
thlrtdiness First nhl for spring
fever Is a COld Klsss of snappy,
sparkling, frefill fruit Juice.
Limeade, Oninif-ende, or lemonade.     Try a Klann today.
DELICIOUS FRESH
CAXI>V
We arc  Using only Crystal
Dairy   Ice   Cream,   from
Lethbridge
Patricia
MACDONALD'S
Fine Git
for those Smokers
who like their tobacco
Cut Fine or who
roll their own
MACDONN0$BaeG4
(MM    iENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
tyed
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Crown ',*•
lintWi iu
and by ai
to !.- ■ mi
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and   Impro
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which . ..i   .
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un da. via
♦•inm-tnt Agi nl
Record*   u.
only land sulta   •
purposes, ..
land. |.s,
feet psr -   i
and 1,000  ' •
Ran**
Appllc-fttl
Ui  he addri
mlsslonsr of tl
vision, in wl
ia sltuattd, an ■ wa
foima, copies of ■■
lAlnert from ll
I're-fli;; '.
five r+"-* an
to value f .
altarlng and i
acres, hefort a  '"
received
For mora d»U! '• '.
the Huhet.i.
Und."
PURCH/
Applications an put
ehasi   at   va ■ at
Grown ]«nd« -in4
for agrleultvn I
l>rlcii of flrat-'- ■ ad Is II
psr acre, and -• tiigj
land   |:' (o per i fi>r
mutlon   rcgarc i i *iS»
of Crown laids i-i • tic
NO,  10,   Urd   Ser!". .  tui-3
Lews of Crown I
Mill, factory, oi li «i or
timber land, noi aa . acre*
maf bs purchased oi ■■■■> renditions Includii k nt ol
stunt psfft
HOMESITE   '.
Unsurvsyed areas i ii.j li
aorea, may  ho  Ita - j., site*
conditional   up -i   ,. hr:nu
•reeled In   -~li«  fln tlUs  beln*
obtain*h r-   afti-r   n i ltd   Im
provemeni <, , . fuiflllal
and land hm bean
LEASLS
For trstt-nj; and itrial    pur
poses areac not   I IS   iu.t«i
may   be   leased   b)    ana       n   or   a
company.
ir4
ml*
lhal
.   f.*r
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mad i
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erupi
Under the Qraslng
inoa !■ di'.:*,-. Into I
and the ruiga admli
Erasing Commlai
graslni permits are
numbers ranged, prtr
io oatabllnlicd on ne
may form  aiso*
•   Prov.
tl    ,.
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<Mii(>ert   St*,'. PAQE   FOUR
tHF.   CRANBROOK   HEIUMI
Friday, September
!4.
tbe Cranbrook heraia
Published livery Friday
r A. WILLIAMS - - K. l'OTTUU, B. Sc.
SubucriiiUiiii trice  S'-.w Per licnr
To Eniteil Stiilcs  *2.50 Per Vcnr
Advertising Kates on Application, Cnangea of t'opy
Ior Advertising should lie handed ia not later than Wednesday noon to Becure attention.
SEPTEMBER 1924
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l-'klliW. SEPTEMBER 5th, 1924
WII.VMIIF TIUUF.I-; INDUSTRY MEAN'S
lis
Tin- ultimate prosperity ol British Columbia is
very greal degree dependent on tin- g hvill ol
citizens towards thc industrial forces thai arc
developing its natural resources.
It is a common fault of all countries richly i-n-
dowed with natural wealth to minimize the hardships and overrate the rewards of the operators engaged in tin- conversion of the raw material into the
finished product, The sympathy ni iln- public with
tin* industrial groups lhat are building up national
wealth is only effective when ii is thc outcome ot
intelligent knowledge of the scope of those industies
ami a study of tin ir economic issues.
In iln- case "f the I'.. C. lumber industry
it is difficult I" account for any lncl< of interest in ils
problems by the i-iii/ms uf tlu- provinci fur tin- reason that in ii" country in tlu* world, perhaps has a
basic industry su entwined itself wiih llu- destiny uf
tin- community. It is a commonplace tu us that we
are tin- owners uf one uf tin- very finesl stands uf
softw I timbers in existence.   We dimly recognize
that our forest industries have been tin- main factor
in transforming our settlements into cities and our
waterfronts in tu wharves. Wc have nn idea thai
but fur shipments uf wood products by land ami sea
our railroads would nol pay and our harbors would
attract but little shipping. Thusi- ni us ivho have been
abroad recall nun* am] then the fact thai liriti-.li Columbia lumber is its principal publicity medium in
far-off countries.
Tin* Timber Industries Council uf British Columbia, in a scries ur articles now running in these
pages, an- publishing sunn- remarkable facts and figures concerning iln- great importance uf tin- forest
industries tu iln- province. It is stated thai tin- lumbermen contribute a third ni the revenue uf Hritish
Columbia; thai they directly employ one-fourth uf
iln- workers in British Columbia, ami thai they are
responsible i.i a third uf the industrial payroll ui lhe
province. Further, that the combined forest industries represent an annual purchasing power ni mil
less than $100,000,000, uf something like $200 per
capita uf iln- whole population.
With fuels such as lliese staring us in lhe lace
some loyal interest iu tin- problems uf this vast industrial force becomes a duty uf our citizens. Tlte
goodwill and support uf the people uf Hritish Columbia is after all lhe main security upon which our linn
hermeii have freely invested a sum exceeding two
hundred million dollars, If lhal security depreciates
into indifference tin- vast investment becomes imperilled ami disaster faces both parlies tu llu- con
tract.
(in tie* other hand complete co-operation and
understanding between the public ami thc luinbei
industry can only result in the investment ot further
millions, more intensive development uf our resources ami the consequent prosperity accruing to the
provim e.
NOTE AND COMMEN1
thai could nol (ail in bring thrills tu imiver
ily and high school students part
lain members uf the staffs uf tin -i
The missing hundred and seven or
are said to have come tu light,     Jti-t how many ui
llu in are iu he added lu current curriculums has
nol \ et been announced,
In the wrestle for political honors iu the recent
West Kootenay by-election it took something more
than a S'ormal half-Nelson Bridge to get Harry
Houston to the mat with Premier Oliver'* weight
upon him. "You have elected the Premier it will
I., your own fault if yuu du nut get what yuu want,"
was Uu* remark uf Hon. Win. Sloan, campaign man
ager, after the resiili was known. "I will thank
sun with deeds, nm with words," said Premier (>li-|
ver. Both edifying commentaries on the political!
i iiii,- ol the situation.
Ret
Ar
STANDARD OFQUAUTY FOR OVER 50 YEARS.
SPREAD IS BEST 0FAI1
si.ieiiuiiis iiii ii dronl Industry
\u amazing episode is given out as having taken place at llu- inti-rpr..uncial unemployment con
gn now being held ai Toronto, llu* Premier, attending as llu* head uf the government, took exception iu iln- remarks uf one uf thc speakers, branded
liiui as a Tory, and intimated that as long as tin
labor unions elected men ul tliat stamp to represent
Ihem, they could expect nothing from thc government, S'alurally others present objected to the in
truduction of such petty considerations, and a number of utber thorough-going Tory votes wen* madi
on the spot by this intolerant attitude.
Then Comes
the Royalty Rate
HEAVY EXPENSES OF ACQU
IRINO AND HOLDING
STANDING TIMBER
Trees Purchased ill the "Eighties"
Only .lust Being Cut for the
Market
TWENTY   YKAKS  AGO
■C-ltnu'ts from 'lhe Crunlti-oiik
Henilil of thin date,  liiu:',.
'. S. S. Osterhout of Van-
couvcr, in charge of Chinese Missions
throughout British Columbia, arrived
in the city Thursday evening accompanied by Hev. C. V. Chow uml family, Mr. Chow is coming to take over
Hit' chnr^e of tlie local mission in
plnce of C. Chow Ling who is leaving
Cranbrook for Vancouver for u short
time previous to his departure for
Canton where he is taking u course
in the theological college in Hint city.
I On Thursday evening of this week a
social evening wns held nt the Chinese
mission hull, when n number of the
members of tho mission together with
thoir English speaking friends gath-
en-it anil silent u very enjoyable time.
The meeting was addressed by Dr.
Osieihout aiul Sir. Chow, whllo tho
retiring missionary, Mr. Ling, Bald n
few words uf farewell.
Cronhrook's Labor Day celebration was ti groat success, and u surplus of 9301 is to be turned over in
the fire brigade
An nililiiiiiii ul' 00 feel is being ad-
dod to tho C.P.R. shops here, ond ano
ilu-r 12 fool is iilsu being addod I..
the roundhouse.
/ Every. 10
r/: Packet o
WltSOfM1
FLYifcflS)
\ VV ILL Kitt-'MOBCftlES THAK/'
\$80-worih.,of' m Ji
■XSTKKte'RY {ATCHER/v"
Clean to handle.   Sold hy aB
Druggists, Grocers and
General Stores
Winnipeg    Sir   Robert   Kttlllenley
nl' the Hudson's Hay Company, nt the
mud meeting of tin* company sln-
Thc besl music, tbe best refresh-] tod thai an effort wns being mude I"
'"'"*'■' "<  i**''""1 ■-'■»'' is assured nt»arrive ul an arr nent with a Brit-
'"• B"s,cb"M cl«- "'''' on Soplem-lhh oil company to investigate llud-
icr tilth, in tin- K.p, Hall        -e
ill oil company to
mi liny lands in C
enl willi n
investigate
inula for u
Court SE1-1S nf the A.O.K., was organized in Crnnbrook this week, with
a membership of twenty-three.
from Our Exchanges
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PUBLIC WORKS AT NELSON
The expected happened iti Nelson last Saturday in
the election of Premier John Oliver. If there was any
surprise about his majority, it was perhaps that ii was not
greater. In his final campaign address the Premier intimated tliat he was sure of his election and that he intended to thank the electors "noj in words but in actions."
Following his election, however, his words showed an I
gratefulness for the   deliverance   by   Nelson
It may interest those who Imagine
thut Umber is bought today and cut
tomurrow, to know that some of the
areas that are being logged today
have been in the possession of tho
holder "since the "eighties."
Fer -ID years these stands have
been paying increased taxation ex-1
posed tn the risk of destruction by
fire, storm and decay.
Before the axe touches the timber
of   Hritish  Columbia,  thousands  of 1 " *"•""     "~"~
dollars are spent in sizing up its "log-   **************************
glng chances."        Initial reconnals- X *:*
sauces have to he made of the area %
and then one or more cruises to as- *
certain the quantity and quality of ***************:u^l*fy***<
the timber.   Then the services of ex-  _ MURDOCH—HOPKINS
called in and
The attendance at the primary
classes at the school has forced the
board to arrange for the opening of
a fifth division.
The bishop of New Westminster
j was in the city this week and held
' services at Christ Church.
GASOLINE
UPKEEP
GOESW
99ES
00\VN
WEDDING
penenced
th grouni
nginc
detail tn liml
mt the possibilities nf
-tt ii
lhe
On Monday last at 2 p.m., the home
if Mrs. J. Chirk, Kootenay Orchards,
was the scene of a very pretty Weil
uliiin in the Prime Minister. — Grand Forks Gazette,
.■■lasting gratefulness for the  deliverance  by   Nelson I timbel. out by railroad. Grado ,,,-ub-*,,*,,     whe„ M|sa ,,„,,„ M     Hopkln8,1 *
Ithe Kootenay capital is busy lining up ust how much lem8,   presenting   seemingly   over- „r £lyd»ch, Wales, became the wife |
public works to include in their first memo-   ■„u«imii.w  difficulties  ami  entailing    e *t    ■*      i   i -..    .   ,     ,\*
whelming   uiiiiitiiuis   ana   eiutuiiuj,   Q{ 4\|r, Joseph Leemlng Murdoch, of IX
heavy expenditure have to be over- Cranbrook. The ceremony was per- J
come or the Investment must be aban- Em,met] m the presBnce llf „ number ! *
doned. Finally a suitable booming 0f friends, Rev. E. W. MacKay, of X
-round must be located where tho|Knox pre8bytorian Church, offlclat-ll
logs are to be dumped for rafting to
the market.
WILL ONTARIO GO WET TOO?
The wets ami drys in Ontario are preparing to go to
the mat again on the question of prohibition. This will
be the sixth time since confederation that the people of
that province have voted on liquor referenduniB, but the
cute has always been consistently for prohibition. The
sister province of Quebec has never wavered from the
wet column. Hritish Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and
Saskatchewan, after periods of more or less total proht-
ing.
lillon, have in turn voted back to the selling of liquor in   hul
: To the strains of the Lohengrin \*
When all this preliminary invest!- wedding march, played by Miss W. *
gation is concluded the timber is pur-, L|ppett( the hr-.Ui^ g0Wned in a frock X
chased and the long period anticipa- (lf gmi(j crepe with hnt t() |mit(.hi n,u\\*
tory to logging commences. During carryinff a bouquet of sweet peas and I *
this porod of wailing the owner has to | nBters  entered the dn
wing room on
restricted form. That is the goal now aimed at by the
Wets in Ontario, and many think that the people of Ontario ure prepared to fall in line with the action uf the
Western provinces. The liquor interests have started a
big campaign, hut they are assured of the most strenuous fight they have ever known before they get the people of Ontario voting wet with a majority that will* warrant the change. The result will be looked for with great
interest.-— Exchange.
against   the   elements '   ht, ||rm ((f yu. jnck FJ wl]|
There is no surer way of keeping free of engine |
trouble than to keep the crank case filled with f
TEXACO I
TEXACO keeps everything running smooth and |
quiet because it is made right, and anyone can tell *
it by its clean, clear, golden color. t
SAME PRICE AS ORDINARY OIL-TRY IT j
DEZALL'S GARAGE !
SUTHERLAND'S GARAGE
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works |
Service Garage,,  Kimberley I
Kimberley Garage, I
Press despatches this wc
CANADIAN TRADE
The Wembley exhibition at London, which ii is expected will be continued next year, has been bearing fruit
in developing business for Canada. While the great bulk
of if. oh.-- pass without notice, some interesting instances
hav.- been published. One of partlculr interest to British
Columbia is thai the Canadian fruit display has brought
orders for more than a million boxes of assorted fruits,
Canadian cheese found u splendid market, eighty thousand pounds of cheese being bought weekly by the great
Lyons caterers, for their restaurants and who have also
introduced ii into their many London cafes, it is also
stated thai a dry milk dealer of Canada, showing at the
Empire Exhibition, sold his entire output for the next five
years to a British firm, the output having a value in the
neighborhood of $800,000. Much .if the real benefit .if
auch an exhibition to Canada will only come to the surface gradually. The Englishman is a real trailer, ami
there can he no doubt that the exhibition has brought
Canadian products to the attention of those in a position
.■ck carried an item of to make purchases in large quantities. — Exchange.
and the ever busy tax collector. j )|lcl brjde IiU..iy
Finally, perhaps after a period of  bride was Mis' R. Richmond, as ma-lTj	
leng years the timber is cut and the   tron of honor, while Mr. Gordon Mur-1 |     rp]
public asserts ita further demands in ; doch acted ns hest man.      Following
addition to the carrying charges by   the ceremony the guests sat down to
claiming thousands of dollars cash or j a sumptuous wedding luncheon,    tiiej
royalty fees. guests lieing Mr. aud Mrs. Gartside,
Last year the government collected   Miss F. Gartside. Mr. Win. Atchison, j
one ami a half millions of dollars in | Capt. E. Sturnell,   Miss W. Lippett,]
royalties alone  before tli
UppOl'tlng     the |i=?c=^^=r^^==s==c===£=^ -- -
material
that paid that amount was placed on
the market.
This series nf «ril«*i**s communlc-
fiilvd   by   thc Timber Industries
Council ui HrltKh Colombia.
Winnipeg.     Approximately   81,000 ( pr
harvesters will be required to handle
the western grain crop this year, or
slightly more than half of last year's
total. This estimate was arrived at
as tin- result of a conference between
■ govern
nts, fa
organizations, and employment services. It
is announced that 10,000 men can be
secured lo. ally and from Hritish Columbia, and the remaining IS.OHU
will be brought from the eastern pro-
Juit Like That
Jeweler--"When did your watch ]
stop?"
Customer — "When it hit the
floor."
PROMINENT EDUCATIONISTS ATTEND VICTORIA CONVENTION
A-group of prominent Canadian educationist*, photographed on the Cnnadian Pacific steamer S.S. Princess Adelaide
when thty crossed from Vancouver to Victoria to attend tlie annual convention ot the Canadian Teachers'
Federation held in the latter city. These are but n tc*' ol tlm 2110 Canadian teachers who travelled to the Pacific
Coast hy Canadian Pacific special train nnd who will return Oast through the Okanacan and Kootenay Valleys of
Uritish Columbia, visiting Lake Windermere and Banff.
iToiii nil io riKiu, nncK row; ti. a. i-irirns  Vancouver, B, S. Martin, pivsidont of thc British Columbia
Federation, O. J, Elliott, Winnipeg, secretary ol tho Manitoba Federation, .1. O. Lister, Vancouver, president of the
Vancouver Teachera' Federation, Henry K, Hunter, Toronto, in charge of Ontario party, W. A. Macdonald, Portage
la Prairie, I loan Laird, dean of the school for teachora, M acdonald College, Nt. Anne du IMlovue.
Front row; It. E. Howe, principal We.itinouiit Jlii.li Scliool, Montreal, manager of the (juchec party, Mrs.
E, A. Irwin, Montreal High School, Dr. C, ff, Laldlaw, Winnipeg, prosldent of the Manitoba Federation, Mrs. Howe,
,'.. .*>. I l   '* mi,   ii *i;u .*.. 11.ini, i < r. .   .  ,> . l.llll
Montreal, Mi*--, ,1. H. I'illieum, .Saskatoon, Mrs. Laird, St. An
of thn (in
Bell
-"tchell.
do Hellevue, II. C. Newland, Edmonton, presided
of tlie Canadian l-Yiliiruiiiiii, W. ff, Scott, Calgary, president of the Alberta Teachers Alliance. 	
Ilelow, l.iiut<iiint-Cul. William C. Mitchell, principal ot tho Hiverdale Collegiate liwtituU, Toronto and Mua   j,.rL. ,,,i,, i,  ■;;* g ;i,-,
Saturday, September 6
UK THAT KEEPETH HIS MOUTH
keepeth liis life, but In- that openoth
wide his lips shall have destruction.—
Proverbs 13:8.
+   +   +
Sunday, September 7
THE KINGDOM OF GOD cometh not
wiih observation: Neither shall they
say, In. lure! or. Lo, there! for. behold. Un- kingdom of Cod is within
you.—I.uki- 17:L'll.2l.
+    +    +
Monday, September fl
SERVE  THK  LORD Willi Kindness:
i*.one before bis presence with sing
ing.   Km* the Lord is goud; bis mercy
is everlasting: and bis truth eiuluretb
lu all gcncratloM. — I'salin 100:8,6.
+   +   +
Tue.dny, September 0
HIT THOU, WHEN THOU I'ltAY
EST, nil-1 mto thy closet, mul when
thou lia-l    hill Iliy il -. pray lo Iliy
Father which is in scent, nml thy
Father, winch eaoth in secret, shall
reward Hue openly. Por ynur Father knowcth whnt tilings ye have
need uf before ye usk him.-.Matthew
OlO.B.
+    +    +
Wodneiday, September 10
REMOVE  I-Alt  PROM  ME vanity
and lies: give nie neither poverty nor
riches: feed nie with food convenient
fm* mc. -Proverbs 30:8,
+   -t-   +
Thursday, September 11
JESUS SAID UNTO HER, I nm the
resurrection and tlu^life: he that be-
liev. Ui in uie. though he were dead,
yet shall lie live; And whosoever liv-
eth and believeth in ine shall never
die.—John 11)25.
+   +   +
Fridny,  Seplemher   12
THUS SAITH THE LORD, Cull unto
ine, antl I will answer thee, nnd show
thee [front nml mighty things that
thou knowosl not . . Behold I will
bring it health nnd enre, nnd 1 will
cure them, ami will reveal unto thotq
the iihiiiitliini-e of peace und truth.
.Mr. I,. Lelghton. A beautiful arm
of wedding gifts From friends herel
and in the Old Country, testified to
the esteem in which the young couple
are held. On Tuesday noon they ;
left for Nelson and other points on a!
short honeymoon, after which they
will take up their residence in Cranbrook. The bride's travelling suit
was of hrown gabardine.
Mrs. Murdoch is a newcomer to'
Canada, arriving here directly from
her Welsh home just a week before
her marriage. She is the daughter
of Mr. Daniel Hopkins, of Clydach,
Wales. Mr. Murdoch is a member of
the bridges ami buildings atoff of the
('. V. R.
Mrs. E. W. Emvrighl, of Montreal.:
a prominent worker    in    connection
with the W.C.T.U.. is a visitor at the
homo of Mr. and Mis. d. I.. Ingram.
Mrs. Knwright is the Dominion .super-,
intemlent of Bocial hygiene work, ami
will give an address at lhe evening
service  in the  Methodist  church on ',
Sunday evening next.    At this serv-
Ice,  Mr.  W.  Ellis, government  auditor, will favor with a vocal solo.
TIRES     TIRES     TIRES
2ii .«) x .l'i. Repaired ami I
,i .11 \ -1 S.S.Cords 	
■I .U \  I S.S. funis 	
2 .12 \ -J S.S. Cords
2 *l.t n -t;_. S.S. Cords
3 .12 n -I'j S.S. Cords	
I .1," \ 5 S.S. Cord 	
1 .1? \ 5 S.S. Cord	
alle
Tin*- $3 to $6 cadi
$8 each
$8 each
$10 each
$10 each
■      $10 eadi
$15
$12
25 Tithes, Different Sizes    $1 to $3 each
These Tires and Tubes are All Repaired and in (iood Condition
We Will Give a straight 10 per cent. Discount on All
Tires purchased from us for spot cash during Sept.
Wc Will Ship C.O.I). To Any I'nrt of the Province
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WORKS
Baker Street --        --    CRANBROOK, B.C.
****++*t*****t**+*****t.M*t**t*****
IF YOUR PIANO IS WORTH
ANYTHING IT IS WORTH
Expert
Tuning
ALV1N  E.  PERKINS,
n itihtiy Independonl  tunor,
and the best rccnnimcinl'-d man
in Canada, with SB years of
vidiiable factory ami othflf eJI
pi-lient'e, sliinds fur positively
the best in the profession of
tuning ami repairing of pianos.
Honesty of purpose ami conscientious workmanship, and
strongly endorsed by the best
authority in Canada — pinno
manufacturers who are positively particular where they
put their signature, as follows:
Morris & Knrn Co.
Heintznian & Co.
tiourlay Pinno Co.
Dominion Pinno Co.
Newcomhe Pinno Co.
Fletcher Bros,
(iernrd Heintznian House.
Vancouver
Prof. .1. I). A. Tripp.
Vancouver,
Mason & Hisch Co.
And Others.
Mr.   Pcrltina   will   be   in   Cranbrook   In   September   and   will
Make hit regular calls  27
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Special Week-
End Offerings
CHOICE BEEP POT ROASTS
CHOICE HOIMNG KEEP
PRIME KIDS OF CHOICE UEEF
I:-nml ami Rolled ..
SPP.i I \l.\ l-.AI. ROASTS
SPECIAL STEWING VIM.
|..i
12- li'-
.nil**. i,-i 25c
20c Hi
18c    20c
.ni... lu 25c
choice i.i:<is and i ui r. is or m.ai.
GLENDALE FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER
2. II... lor 75c
CHOICE SPRING LAMB
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
— v ii o N i:    10 —
Cranbrook, B. C. Friday, September 5th, 1924.
TIIE CB1NBB00K   HERALD
PAGK FIVE
Winners At Fall Fair In
Women's Institute Classes
Following is the list of Prize win-
tiers in the Women's Institute section
Ht the 1'ull fait' this week.
Names in order of first and second unless otherwise mentioned.
CLASS I.
Embroidery mi white linen; Mrs.
Cooper, Mrs. Healey.
Embroidered Towels; Mrs. Noble,
Miss Emslie.
Ten Cloth; Mrs. Henley, Mrs. Hug-
gins.
Ten  Cloth  witli  Cut  Lace;  Mrs.
C« ',
Fancy Bngi Mrs. Henley.
Tallinn*; Mrs. Co,,per.
Rugs: Mrs. Norgl'OVO, Mrs. Harold
Ilrown.
Baby's Ill-ess; Mrs. Ileuley.
Cross Stitch: Mrs. Healey, Miss Em-
Bile.
Iliiinl Knitted Arliele; Mrs. Ileu-
1,-y. .Mi>. li. Tuylor.
II.m.I Knitted Sweater: Mrs. McGill.
Artlclo in Cotton (machine work),
Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Healey. wh|t(j B|.cml, j|,.,, Whiltuk
Arliele  in  Collon   (hand  mndo),  Wa|t0, Ul,,WIL
I'nnsies;  Mrs.  Geo.  Taylor,  .Mrs.
Whittnker.
Cut Flowers; Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mrs.
Geo. Taylor.
Asters; Mrs. Geo. Taylor.
House Plants; Mrs. Hill.
Geraniums; Mrs. Henley.
Begonias: Mrs. Hill.
Foliage Plants; Mrs. Loucks, Mrs.
Hill.
Fern; Mrs. Hill.
Carrots;   Mrs.   Cooper,   Mrs.   0'
Hearn.
I'otatoes; Mrs. Smith.
Peas; Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Henley.
Cabbage) Mrs. Coper, Mrs. Taylor.
Parsnips) Mrs. Smith.
Heels; Mrs. Smith, Mrs. O'lli-nrn.
Rhubarb: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. .1. Ilea.
ley.
Strawberries;   Mrs.   Geo.   Smith,
Mrs. Cooper.
Best Collection  Vogotnblosj  Mrs.
Smith.
CLASS 111.
.Mrs.
nit Cake:  Mrs. G. Taylor, Mrs.     ;££>£?3«fV■ •- ^W:»^ X$TT^3?^
,ort Bread] Mrs. H. McGill, Mrs.     i^Li^ A T a > »«&Si ^MriT A I
aits
Mrs.    Healey,    Mrs
Fi
O'He
Sh>
Tayli
Jam
Cooper,
Apple Pie; Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Harold Blown.
Pineapple Pie; Mrs. 0'Hearn.
l.emon Pie; Mrs. Cooper.
Collection of Jellies; Mrs. O'Hearn.
Meat (canned); Mrs. Smith.
Chicken (canned); Mrs. Smith.
Vegetables  (canned); Mrs. Smith.
CLASS IV.
Tea Biscuits; Marguerite Godderis.
Candy; Marguerite Godderis,
Machine Made Article; Marguerite
Godde-ris,
Cookies; Margurite Godderis.
Mrs, Healey,
SM Embroidered on Linen; Mra.
Norgi'ovo, Mrs. Henley.
CLASS II.
Sweel   Peas;   Mrs.   Cooper,   Mrs.
Geo. Taylor.
Brown Bread; Mrs. O'Hearn.
Fancy Bread; Mrs. O'Hearn, Mrs,
Cooper.
Doughnuts; Mrs. Waller Brown,
Mrs. O'Hearn.
Buns; Mrs. O'Hearn.
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NOTICE
I beg to announce that I have vacancies for a
limited number of Piano Pupils, Those wishing to
enroll call ROBINSON'S STUDIO, Raker Street,
or Phone 295.
BRUCE ROBINSON, J
Music Teacher.   *
>i++******+
BOOKINGS BEING MADE
AT AUDITORIUM FOR
COMING SEASON
With the approach of the winter
mon, the management of the Audi*
i'.ini, through advantageous conations established in Calgary, ar
•arranging for the appearance of sum
really high class attractions during
the next few months. Three engage
ments of interest to the people of
Cranbrook are already announced,
theso being the play, "The Bat," to
be presented on the evening of October * 11st, by a first class stock company. On November the 4th, music
lovers will have an opportunity of
hearing Skovgaard, the celebrated
violinist in recital. On the 7th of
March, next year the celebrated Dumbells will appear again in their new
revue, "Ace High." This will undoubtedly top the popularity list for
the season, and an effort is being
made to make a two duy engagement
of it. The two former Dumbell ci
panics have now amalgamated, and
the company embraces the highlights
of both.
MUSICAL SOCIETY
ANNUAL MEETING;
OFFICERS ELECTED
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ratcltff, of; Alvin E. Perkins, piano tur
Cranbrook. were recent visitors at j expected in the city this week.
Halcyon Hot Springs.
High and Public School Text
Books and Supplies.
BEATTIE-NOBLE, Lid.
Mr. B. Weston returned on
Sunday after a week spent at the
health giving springs at Fairmont.
■    Dining Room Suites at Kilby's 22tf
High    and    Public    School    Text
Books and Supplies.
BEATTIE-NOBLE, Lid.
I     Leonard Jerk.-- of the Herald staff
i Is enjoying a holiday of two weeks
'just now.   He is spending this week
Por Carpets and Congoleum Rugs around the district, and expects next
all at  iln' Big 22. Armstrong Ave-  week to leave on a trip to Banff by
me. 2U
Miss Ho loft the en i of last week
for Spokane, where -tie will spend
a month previous to her approaching
manage.
We carry a full lino of Men's Wi,
men's ami Children'* Rubbers.
W. P DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Vancouver.—Mr. D. Muir, of the
Scottish Co-Operative of Glasgow, a
great milling company, hns just left
Vancouver for home after iuvestiga
ting   the   shipping   facilities   of   the
{   pint.   It is probable thut his company
j   will   utilize   Vancouver  in  shipping
I   grain to Scotland.    They have a line
j   of ^levators in Saskatchewan.
Shorthand,   Typewriting,   Bookkeeping,   Penmanship,        J ! "*
Spelling,     Rapid    Calculation,    Commercial     English i       Dawson, Y-T—A rich strike of sil-
Comntercial Law, Filing, And General Office Procedure j i ver lead ore has been made on claims
INDIVIDUAL TUITION - COMMENCE ANY TIME \K^^J^^^m1e
NEW TERM NOW COMMENCING J I with thirty to fifty ounces of silver
j   Several big mining interests are now
: NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
Learn To Earn
P.OBox 14
Phone 603
iccomlng interested in the area, ac-
ordlng to report.
CRANBROOK
SIX NIGHTS
SEPTEMBER 8,9,10,11,12,13
C0NKLIN& GARRETT
Carnival of
Wonders
and All-Canadian Shows
Vn»aa FUN " SP0RT - FR0LIC Vt+Ac*
I   FCC FOR EVERYBODY TlCC
MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS
Giant Ferris Wheel
Ye Olde English MERRY-GO-ROUND
5     BIG CIRCUS SIDESHOWS    5
AND 100 OTHER ATTRACTIONS
Let's Meet on the Midway!
Cranbrook = City Park
For service on Nash and Star cars Word has been received thai R, L
see their agents, Ratcliffe & Stewart, Burch, who has been at Albuquerque,
opposite Post Office, Cranbrook, B.C. New Mexico, for some months, has
just recovered from another spell of
sickness, Irom which his friends are
hoping that permanent Improvement
will now he registered,
For BedB, Bed "Springs and Drqs-
sera, see the Big 22, Armstrong Avenue, 20
The Fast Kootenay Power Co. huve
put on about two hundred men nt
Rlko in an endeavor to finish work
un the flume and at the dam. A large
Tbe subjects of the sermons to be number of idle men from Fer
delivered in the Baptist church on |IL.t.„ tnkei
Sunday next are: In the morning,
Consider the Lilies," and in the eve-! We can y a full line ol Men's Worn
ning,  "The Coming of the  Son  of en's and Misses' Shoes.
2Ut(
—
The Miss
es
Mny
ni
Grace B
iid-
gett nre ll
is
week
m,
loli-
lay trip to
Sp
ikone,
t-x
looting ti
1*0-
urn this wool
-ond.
Wo have
ju
t recc
VI-
1 a carlonil of
Simmons
1!
ils,
Ml
ttresscs
anil
Sprines.
W
P
DORAN
Our I.nu
P
•ices \
in
every tii
10
Mu
W. P. DORAN.
Our low prioes win every lime.
A popular event is announced t
take place at Lumberton, on Friday, j Quite a number of Penile residents
September 12, In tho form of a dance bave purchased land on the margin
under tlie auspices of the Lumborton of McBuln's Lake for the purpoio of
Baseball Club. Roblnsun"s orchos- erecting summer homes, and judging
tra lias been secured tor thc ocenslon from reports a large number of others
ml the besl of refreslm Is will bo  will do so beforo next summer.    Tbis
served.   A good time is assured for "H Di'ls fn'1' ■" become a popular
-ill tvh lend, nnd ii is hoped there | « ""' rusorl for the people nf thnt
will bc a good representation from
Crnnbrook in attendance.
Rateliffe & Stewart, the local ag-
T II I:    I) R I-: SS Al A K I N (i
S H O P P E 1 9   A R \\ •
ents for the Nash Motor Co., are injS T R 0 N (i      AVENUE.
receipt of good news in regard to the      Af|i.|. spending-   visil *„,.,,  wit'h
relutives, Miss E. L.  Honeywell
new 1026 models of this popular car
Their principals'assure them that it a)|     ,, ,      ,|.,i|   |1||n  ,
will far surpass anything as yet pro-: homeg „t c„, .„„■ M,.,,*C.*,R.  Mill
duced in the auto line, and that dcs-: .pectMy lh, „,,,,  „f ,„st  „,.„L
criptive literature with  regard to It .,
They  were gllesl-s  during their  ita
here with Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Morrit
nud also took a trip to the coast froi
will soon be ready for distribution.
Persons considering the purchase of I
a new car would do well to make en-1
quiries of the Nash agents here be-j
fore making a choice. 23 j     For Dining Room Suites and other
' furniture, see the Big 22, Armstrong
In   Fernie  the   judges   have  com-
' Avenue.
20
pleted their work in connection with
the "city beautiful" contest. If the| Mr. and Mrs. D. Turner returned
plans of a few loeal people make | the end of last week from a in, to
good, Cranbrook will have a similar trip to the coast, being accompanied
contest next year. The success ob- also by Frank Roberts. They were
talned by some gardeners is making, away for about three weeks, nnd vis-
thers jealous so next year one may i [ted Vancouver, .Scuttle and other
look for many other beauty spots! points, suffering no other mishap on
than we have now. The gardens at | the long trip of close on two thou-
the fire hall and the post office arc band miles than a single blow out
well worth a little in spection, while
various private guldens are showing
up to advantage.
Special prices on New Batteries at
Service Garage. Phone 84, ltf i
Tungsten Lamps, 10, 25, 40, 50,
and do watts, at 30c each; 4 for .51.
at
W. F. DORAS'
Our Low Prices win every time
Cranbrook people were very much MrSi N-. I-:. Ryckman returned the
concerned over the episode on Labor j c,m- of |nst Keek fn,m a visit exU.,i,|.
Dny that might have brought lusting' |ng ovcl, ,nl, |ust two months ,,,* so
grief to Mr. and Mrs. David Leith, of; n.ilh tr-muk nm| relatives in Eastern
Kimberley when their little daughter, j ij„lm,|jan am| United States cities,
aged only about three years, became I Among other places visited was To-
separated from her parents, and J ,.ont0t thc. exhibition there being des-
spent the night in the open, not being crilm\ by j|,.Si Kyckmun ns inure
found till thc following morning. The i wonUerful und comprehensive than
child strayed away from a point some evel. At [_„■■<,. Chautauqua the spe-
mlles up from the mouth of Perry L*.,| |yCeum programs were ou corn-
Creek, where the family was spend- memoratlng the fiftieth anniversary
ing the day nt a picnic. Search made 0l- lht, establishment of the Chautau-
inimodiately the child was missed j ,]U]1 movement, and so were made of
proved fruitless, and friends also an exceptionally high and educative
joined in the hunt for thc missing value,
child.   All night the search was con- j —
tinued but it was not until about s| Carload of Wheat, just received.
o'clock on the following morning that j Price still lower. .1. Kerrigan & Co.
sonic men from the mill crew found i Phone -lllx. 2K
the little one. who hnd in some way! "~
crossed the creek, and wandered j Mr. and .Mrs. B. A. Moorhouse
some little distance away. Fortunate-1 were visitors to Bund' nnd Lake Lou-
ly she was but little affected by her! I«e for a few days last week, taking
experience.    The thanks of the par-* with them their little daughter, ttin-
ents are extended to ull those who | nil'red. and their niece. Dorothy
helped  in  the search  which   finally
brought the little
hack to safety.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. Leith wish to thank
the people for their kind assistance
ill seeking to find tholr little girl on
Moniluy and Tuesday.
dopt
there w	
policy   of
rections, i
possibility
l'i 'i' the practice hall,
i  called I.. ..nler at
■ idi ns.   Mr.  A.  C.
;:■-!   im- reading and
e minutes of the last
5, a statement of the
'society was presented
tary-treasurer,   which
iding liabilities to the
<•    iw,, hundred   and
liars.     While  this  is
a somewhat regret-
affairs  the society is
t il  realized that
drains on the
' in some <]!-
-II remove the
'. in of thi- clr-
Tin* pi:.i. *■!' the new executive s
i* a.- they mill,I |„. outlined at the
eeting, embrace an ambitious pro-
am  f"i' tin ning winter >
ol - i' i: i the spiril .*!' optimism
ai it *- I dii *."*i ti*,,* society will
ive a mosl successful year from all
I resi . * '
prograi .
the early i n
pfodlictii.il :
of   Gilbert
the choice le
publ
PI
th.
MUSICI ll-i
S   1
-.'! Lll Al.
(Continue!
1
go One)
ists named aln
nd
ii
he   .ther ins-
truments.     "1
an well
iculain,"
by   Kreislei*.   v
,    .1
!■■' 'ion   that
apparently ap|
•  to the au-
dlence.   Thi • i
con
■el
ctlon, "Carry
Me Back to Ob
Vi.*.
Ml]
y." was bcau-
tifully rei den
i nm
much apprecia-
led.
Singing '.'. t)
e in
imtnent of a
violin, 'cello .,.
J  ,1,.
obligato, Mr.
A.   McDougall
II.
• ibuted a
group of hii.it
' ch added
materially to t
**i theeve-
ning.   To man
: number, en-
titled   "Sympi
thy,"
ppei l.d most.
Nol satisi'ie.i
.
11 core,  the
audience   cn.Vi
d   in
d
- •    .*,   second
number in add
,  *
o four in the
group.    To M
.  \V.
A
i!;;.'t"ll  goes
the credit of
vritii
ho orchestra-
linn for the Be
■
it ies to Mr.
Hogge's sei.
The stag.  -
*
f,
■ veiling
was in keeping
with the
j of the
performance :
ml   .
..
'.* :   ii   fitting
drawingroom ;
Many regre
iring Miss
Fink in solo l
thc Y.-ll,,.
but  with the
il     arduous
duty   of  aci-i.n
- ai,
brother,
nnd taking par
. this could
not  be  expect
Thc     ihicl
piano,
I'll.II,
in pre
aide a
back *
Exi
i'alm.
I'liii*.
MoXii
Nol
othiis
work fo
.;     sketches, in
season, and the
date of another
Illvan's   operas,
tlu- present time
- of Pensancc."
tei   of   officers   was
*- confidently hoped
instintod support of
been experienced
-, lhe socletj   will lie
■ of lh.* vein*. l„ look
1 -: iuci ful period
i Ainu Graham
F. T. Cooper
F. .1. Lodge.
ive: Mi i. Willi-. Mr. .1. I..
Mr. Hogge, Mr. F. M. Mac-
Rev.   II.   W.   Mu. Kay.   Mr.
of the  commencement  of
will I,.* ii,ad,, through the
1 it is hoped Unit all former
will turn nu :.- well as any
!■"  i.i,*   interested   s,,  that
the -' n-.ii may be ■- -.*. n
SCANDINAVIANS
ORGANIZE IN
EAST KOOTENAY
the Scand
East Koote
plies, ii- :.
1    ar.    "Tiranization
th*-  Queen's Hotel
H u   fn't-rnal so.
being in the Crania to be known
Brotherhood   of
id ;..- it- name im-
are meant to be
an citizen? of that
first officers were
nationality,
appointed aa follows:
President I. Burch, Cranbrook
Secretary    . B. Lundeen, Marysville
Treasurer,       A. Ben.-on. Cranbrook
^Director*—I.   Burch,   A.   Benson,
Cranbrook; F. Sandberg, Lumber-
ton; A. Anderson, Wycliffe; W. Kindlier-   Bull River.
There were about fifteen present
at the inaugural meeting, many
points in the district being represented, including Bull River, Lumberton,
which was kindlj
formance by Mr. R. 1'. M
1 materially :■
ance the success I
Considering tl
had pieced, ,1 the .   ■■    rl
ironch of :'■;< ■  ■.
lumber pn ent
be expected.
The full prograi    .     i
follows:
The program tra   ..
tne peril, help-
erform-
nts thnt
the ap-
ie.. the
as could
ia) Men
lb) Lain
'■ -    *
Waltz  in   A   ma*"!
■  Espngnolo
Gipsy Airs
Brali
Hock-
stein
VINCENT 1 INK
II.
i.,1 s. hum .- ■ >. *: es from
I bildhood
Strange People
(c) I':..;.
Id! Contentment
(e) i*i portant Event
if. The Knighl      thi  Hobby
Horse
im   By the i    *
(b) I h-'pin Nocturne Op. 48
ici  Moskowski      V.    Automme, Op
36, No. I
Encore:
Godard Ji.ngliere
HELEN WOBDEN
in.
(al Mendelssohn-Achron .. On Wings
Of Song
(b) Hueberger-Kreisler .   Midnight
Bells
(cl Kreisler   Caprice Viennoise
Encore:
Beethoven     Minuet  in   G  »
VINCENT FIN'K
IV.
(al Salnt-Saeiu
My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice
(b.i Kreisler      Farewell to Cuculain
i Londonderry Air)
(c) Brahms .       . Hungarian Dance
No. (i
Encore:
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny
Kimberley, Wycliffe, as well as f'ran-j   TRIO—VIOLIN. CELLO, PIANO
brook,    ll is thought that a member-! V.
ship of two or three hundred may he, (a)Allltaen         Tie* Lute Player
attained before long.   The objects of (W Lee   Oui of the Dusk
the society are stated to be along the j lc' Gowea The I all if the Koad
usual fraternal and benevolent lines' 'dl Marshall Sympathy
of such  bodies, with  the cultivation!     Encore:
of a sturdy brand of Canadian clti- '     '■*    Beloved
senship always kept to the foremost.  ' MR. HOGGE
Meetings of the society are to be VI.
held on the third Saturday of each   (a) Schubert-Wilhelm       Ave Maria
month, bul a hall has not ye*, heen   (hi Kreisler Old Refrain
seemed foi    a    permanent meeting   (ci  (hopin-Sarasatc      Nocturne in
place. Eb
 , -*, , . (dl Neviii-Ki'-i-i. r Rosary
ie| Kreisler . i,< ih.-sfrcud
Encore:
I »houid worry— even s niigh-      ' Nevin     . .Mighty Lak a Rote
ty oak wa, once a nut. VINCENT FINK
Blonde  Re,,  Opine,
lould *
ak  wa.
CARD 01  THANKS
I wish to express my sincerest
thanks to tho many friends for their
kindness to Mrs. Simpson during her
long illness, and for tho sympathy
and kind assistance given to me
through my great loss.
C. B. SIMPSON
FORSALE
Three First Class Bowling
Alleys
With   Considerable    Equipment
At Very Reduced Price
Box704,DRUMHELLER
ALBBRTA
Moorhouse, of Seattle, and .lean McPhee. On their return t<- this city
Doroth} and her brother Jack, who
had been In sttendance at the Wnso
Lake Scut camp, returned to iheir
home in Seattle, alter a very pleasant
stay this summer at the home of their
aunt and uncle. Mr. Moprhouse, who
has been busy this summer surveying
the logged off lands near Kimberley
Into farm blocks, completed thi.- work
last week, and moved his outfit back
to tlie city,
Mi. and Mrs. A. E. Leigh are moving from their home on Martin Ave,,
to their Btore on Norbury Avenue,
and have rented their house to Mr.
W. Stevens, the assistant forester.
and his bride, who will shortly be
coming to the city. Mr. Stevens was
married on Thursday of this week to
Miss Helen Neill, daughter of A. W.
Neill, federal member at Ottawa, for
Comox-Alberni district, the wedding
taking place at Alherni. The bride
is not exactly a stranger to Cranbrook, having been a member of tin-j
high school staff a few years ago, '
taking the commercial classes when
they were in operation. Mr. and Mrs.
Si.e\cns have a number uf friends
here who will give them a warm welcome on their arrival to make their
homo here.
J
LEAVE US YOUR ORDER FOR —
FREESTONE PEACHES
— and —
BARTLETT PEARS
THIS IS THE LAST SHIPMENT OF THE SEASON.
NOW IN TRANSIT
Prices as follows
PEACHES      -
PEARS     -     -
COOKING APPLES
CRAB APPLES     -
$2.10 per case
$3.75 per case
1.75 per case
1.75 per case
John MANNING PAGE    SIX
THR   rRJkNRRO(»K    HI! RAM
Priday, September    h, 1924.
Itiu .; . ,.K/;■■ ■'•'■KKK,!£&
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
MORNING SERVICE.
unior Choir
Choir
12.15   SUNDAY SCHOOL
7.30 p.m,   EVENING        SERVICE.
7.30 p.m. Mrs. E. W. ENWR1GHT of Montreal, will give
an address on "THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC in QUEBEC"
Solo   by   Mr.   W.   ELLIS   oi   Victoria
WELCOME!
niOH-lSSIOJ-AL CARDS
f
i' B. n . a . r nn ui K
DENTIST
Ooinpliell- UimnJng Block
I'Leae 9,'.      Offltfl llourpi
I to IH, 1 to 5 |>.m.   Hutu, w to 1
w.
R.
ROSS,  K.C.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
20')
ROI
IERS   liUM.DIMi
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Drs. Green A MacKinnon
I'lijslelnn. nml StinfpouH
Offlo.   nt   residence,   Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Aftornoana     2.00 lo -1.00
Bveninm   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CIUi-fflROOK. B.C.
baptist Church
PA6 TOR   W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
Sunday, September 7
Rev. W. B. HAYNES
n n.m,-
Morning Service
12 noon. — Sunday School.
Bible Classes lor Men & Women
7.30 p.m.—
Evening Service
Vlll    Allli   (OltlllAI.I.V
i.\yiti:i).
I>R. I'. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOtntS
t to 11 a.m       1 to 8 p m.
Hanson nik., CRANBROOK, B.C.
V. M.
MACPHEBSOJi
Rntlertakor
l'hoii* WO
Horlwii Are-, neit lo Cltj Hall
14)1X1 KS AND SOCIETIES
(•+++•-><..:••:• ******************
I HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH
I IS Till*; PLACE TO EAT.
* unite Help On))* Is Employed.
* Veil ivlll find this ('life a Homey ',',
* l'lnrc lo Enjoy Vour Meals
I ALEX. IIUHKY    -    Prop. ;;
'***•-..************'
1VOMFVH   IN'STITUTK
Meptn   In   thc
„»..    ©2j It-   <■<   ''•   "»>''
.'•   ■''■"'■• ""^ »niriii»rti nt the
JL"^' .*''v/ flrrt Tnwtlnr »1
Vi.',    \T.JR       S p'm'
''i"-tkttS     All tacllaa are
cordially In-riled j
Preslilonl:   Mrs.   IV.   (V.   Wolfer
Stc.-Treaurer:    .Mrs.    i'lnliiyson
CRANBROOK.GLIAMCR6
AMD DYERS
Bv«ry iimn.mit tent to ni to *a
Cleaned or Dyed la jItm
Our Utmoit Carr
Our im -wlfdna ot tht builntii
la your mssuranc* of satisfaction
tuw<     Phone, and we will ewll,
or bring u« your work.
W« Ciwin  and Dym JCverrtblnf.
PHONB  147
?3l,l
i. o. o. r.
KEV (ITY LODGE, Ko. 4«
MoetB erory
Monday night at
I Hie Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellown are cordially Invited.
N. G.       - -     -       A. Burtch
Rec. Sec.   E  O. Dingley, P.O.
iiiiii[]iiiiiiiiiii!i;ii,i;:iiiiii-aiiiniNiii-i)itiiiiiiiii-it]iNtiiiiiiiitiiipiii
I C. JOE BROS.
1      LADIES' mul GENTS'
TAIMIKS
1  - SUITS MAHi; TO ORDER —
n.iOANlsi; ti PRESSING
i  Crnnbrook si.. Ojip. Ilk. oi Cora.
-jiuiiiiuuiiuuiiuiiiiiiiiniiu
"
■ess'.." .*■■' ,::s:s;.!:,:;:.!'H3^
CLUB  CAFE]
Under
NEW MANAGEMENT
Place hnn licon thoroughly
overhauled nnd cleaned
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
FIRST CLASS HEALS
Special)
CHOP SI'CV nml N00DI
CLEANING - PUBSSINO
— REPAIRING —
3.    Vou wi
ii v* III Make No Mistake
DAY & NIGHT SERVICE I |n Ordering thai
ALFRED SETO, Prop.    I N1;u s,,itlN(J 80IT
""""' 165 ,„; OVERCOAT
Tr:-.:1*:* -.   :;■-      '    ...        ■,:.-..'       ■  : 1
Ket.lilli-i.il ' 1898
Phono 114
Geo. R. Leask
I'lONEKU  HIT1.11KR
UTD   0OXTBA0T0B
C.lilii' i Work.   IM-rliir. Kramlnn
Ktttlmnte'i  jlven  on
all claw*, of work
Oftirei  (oilier Norhnrj   Arrnne
ent-  KdnRrilN Slr-.*.l
■■■wjjiraaBBBtBmtfciiii.J-:.-^!:;
Sainsbury&Ryan
BTJLLDERS AND
CONT It ACTORS
Itetiir.atei  Given »nd  Work
Ouuranued
Telephones in nml «9S
CRANBROOK     -     B.C.
BBm'-r3C>awi«B!!ia«R;iii!nii«B
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Ynu Horne Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
Phone 410     ::     I'lione 111
Montana Restaurant
Meala at All Hoere
fitter.,   ( U.r .tt-ep   ted   I .niilen
Omatirook Ht. I'ko.e Ml
Opp. Ilaiik nl Coausan*
DEMAND
CONSTANTLY
GROWING
Unrivalled pasturage, unsurpassed herds, matured skill and scientific care
in packing make Pacific
Milk an evaporated product of unvarying excellence
1 he demand is constantly glowing.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
IImiI Olllce, 'aneoeier, B.C
► •dorks al Akketofor-J n*
Trail Riders Unveil Monument To Tom Wilson—Earliest Guide
Two hundred anil six Trail Riders of tho Canadian ttockiea attended the first annual ride of the newly formed organization from Yoho recently.
Each hud qualified for membership liy riding not less than fifty miles on horseback through tlie Rockies. Dr. Charles Walcott, secretary of the
Smithsonian Institute of Washington was at their head. The photograph reproduced above was taken after the unveiling of a monument to Tom
Wilson, earliest guide in the Canadian Rockies, who discovered Lake Louise and the Yoho in 1SS2. Mr. Wilson is seen in u long coat to the left of the
group.
LAKE
WINDERMERE
NOTES
(Special to
lnvermere, B.C.,
-Mr
Thomas Hensam Walker, of the stuff
of the Imperial Bank of Canada, Victoria, visited his father and mother
for part of his vacation, at their
home, Ajax Ranch, lnvermere
Heights,
E. S. Ai'chibnhCB-A„B.S.A., director of the Dominion government experimental farms, and Mr. W. T. Mo-
coun, Dominion government horticulturist, Ottawa, were visitors at the
Dominion government experimental
station here recently. While in the
district they addressed a gathering of
tbe members of the Windermere district Potato Growers' Association.
G. G. McGeer, K.C, of Vancouver,
and Mrs. McGeer, motored through
from Kamloops by way of West Kootenay, end through Windermere district, spending u couple of days with
friends in Wilmer. Mr. and Mrs. E.
Tunnacliffe accompanied them over
the Banff-Windermere highway, taking in Banff, Lnke Louise, ami other
points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. McGeer return via Nelson and Okanagan Valley.
INVERMERE VISITOR V
RECALLS INTERESTING    f
HISTORICAL EPISODE |
BULL   RIVER
CAMP   NOTES
H
ere an
dTh
ere
Race For Control of the Fur;	
The weather has cleared somewhat
luring the past  few days, after scv-
Business of a Hundred
Years Ago
(Special  to  the  Herald)
lnvermere,    B.C.,    August    30,—
Amongst the week-end visitors to this
part was Prince Obolensky of the late
lussia, and his bride
royal bouse
who was Miss Alic
The happy couple
in u special autotn
the Ilantr-Winck'tT
Incidentally this
a special interest for th-
was from here that th
was -made from British t
i Astor, of the fa-
y   of   New   Vork.
trrived from Banff
ibile, coming over
ere highway.
part should have
bride as il
final  leap
ritory that
was to forever
ther what is no
ington and On
not belong toil
lhe United Sta
the North Wes
determine as to whe-
,v the states of Wash-
gon should or should
e British people or to
es and as to whether
Company of Canada
eral weeks of unusual wet weather,
causing some inconvenience to loggers on the upper levels of the foothills of Bull River nnd its tributaries.
However, much progress is being
mnde at the various camps at '-.Ms
time as the result of improved weather conditions.
Jim    MeConnack,   former   stable-
boss at camp 6, hns taken the position
of freighter of supplies to the camps
of the Tanglefoot,    and    is    using
"fours-up" as motive power en route.
Mike Wasyluk, chief cook at camp j
t> headquarters, is delivering the
goods as an exponent of the culinary ,
nit. Mike is always on the job with I
u smile nnd is a good fellow, well j
met.
Mr. E. Horne, manager, and Mr.
P. McGrnth, superintendent of Bull
River operations, were business call-!
eis at the upper Tanglefoot camps j
during last week.
TOO MUCH STYLE
HURTS MERCHANTS
J. A. Banfield Says There Is
No Need For Calamity
Howling Now
The following from the Calgary
Herald reveals at least one reason
why there is so much pessimism with'
regard to business conditions at the
present time.
Ottawa, August 18.—Interviewed'
here today regarding merchandising:
conditions throughout Canada, J. A.
Banfield, president of tho Retail
Merchants" Association of Canada,
said there was no reason for the
"calamity howling" which was prevalent in some parts of the country,
"particularly down Kast".
Mr. Banfield, who will preside at
the fifteenth anual convention of the
association here tomorrow, said that
while there was undoubtedly a depression here at present, it was due
to the abnormal conditions brought
ubout by tbe wur. While the basis
of profit for the retail merchants in
all Hues was on a par with what it
wns in 1,<)12 the merchants overhead
had increased from 40 to 50 per cent.
Merchants were suffering from
"too much style," Mr. Banfield continued. Factories, finding business
dull, originated new styles, especially
in the boot and shoe trade, without
any regard for the retail merchants.
The consuming public followed closely the styles and consequently stocks
held hy the retail merchants became
obsolete before they had had a proper chance to offer them to the public.
or the formidable rivals, the American Fur Company should control the
fur trade of the Paeilie coast.   A contest hud arisen between the American
Fur Company, beaded by John Jacob |
Astor, of New York, and the North |
West   Company,  as   to   which   should   J
control the fur trade west 0f Michil-L
It  was a  war bitterly)
> country west of St. Lou-
li of about the present
I   boundary  was  prnctl-|     Xorman   Beech,  son   of  Mr.  and
land and  rival  com-|MM   Ja8i BtTl.hi Crnnbrook, has taken the position of clerk at camp 44,
relieving Mr. McLaren, who takes n
li mackln n<
waged.   I
is and so
internal in
cally no i
panics an
after fur*
in a catch
Pete and Tom Dooling are making
<>od progress at their contract at 44
nd if weather conditions will permit
1 they will prove out nil well and good
obbe'rs at logging operations in
I the Bull River district.
lt is announced that vigorous
efforts will be made by tbe Government of R.^.iitoba to effect the
actual settlement of 224,000 acres
of vacant provincial land now under
the administration of the Crown.
For the week ended June 21st
traffic earnings of the Canadian
Pacific Railway amounted to $3,-
301,000, as compared with $:i,15!>,-
0OU fur the Ar res ponding period nf
1923. This is an increase of $142,-
000 or 4.4 per cent.
Reports from the Rouyn gold
fields of Quebec continue to indicate a great future for that territory. Development is proceeding
apace and the English capital now
flowing into Canada in search of
good investments is interesting itself in  this area.
Three carloads of seed grain are
being shipped weekly from the
provincial seed cleaning aud marketing plant at Edmonton, Alta.
About 50,000 bushels of seed grain
have been handled by the plant since
last fall and 20,000 bushels more
will be handled before the year's
seeding is completed.
The International Paper Company
intends to add two new machines
to their plant in Three Rivers, Que.,
so as to increase their production
from 300 to 150 tons daily. Another
project is also under consideration,
viz., to build a plant in Batiscan
instead of enlarging the Three
Rivers one.
ree traders used to go
ml Incidentally Indians
catch can fashion. Suddenly with tbe reports from the Pacific coast of the large numbers of
sea otter skins obtainable there the
situation changed and the great ri-
vals of the interior both determined
to go after them. With this end in
view. John Jacob Astor formed the
Pacific Fur Company as a subsidiary
to the American Fur Company and
secretly arranged for the departure
of 0 party on board the Tonquin from
New York. The Nor Westers beard
of it and called in David Thompson
rrom Fort Kootenae in lSln to Fort
William and instructed him to proceed post haste to the month of the
Columbia and beat the Pacific Fur
Company to it. He tried his best to
do this but the Plegans interfered
with his crossing the mountains by
Way of the Kootenay plains so he
had to take up by way of Athabasca
Puss, ii route rough and little travelled. The change in plans threw him
so far back in tbe season as to delaj
bis arrival at the mouth of the Co
lumhia river hy fully six months si
lhal when lie arrived he found the Pa
similar position at Mackol
near Bull River town.
camp
Mike Maboney,
B.C. Spruce  Mill:
who are a factor in the makeup of
camp 44.
Mr. Arthur Wright, of Cranbrook,
has taken over the culinary department at camp 44, on upper Tanglefoot, for the C. P. R. Tie and Timber
Department.
Mr. Tom Boyter, who has been in
the service as woodsman at camp 42,
resigned bis position on Saturday
last and departed for Cranbrook.
Canada   now   takes   third   place,
and second place among British pos-
Mr.   Fred    Mitchell,   foreman   at!  sessions, of the guld-producing areas
camp 44, spent the week-end in Bull!  $ "»« w?rUJ;    The,;°ftul RjJ Pff"
'   H „   _  •„.,!...!  duction of the world for 1922—the
latest   year   for   which   returns   arc
cilk-
Fu
Company
already ef
tablish-
ed then
in a post c
died Astoi
ii after
thc
urc
tt John  .1
ieob   Astor,   their
f	
iier
and one o
f the ance
tors of
this
lui
sent   bride
Bad  Tl
iltipsou
Willi
Un
nie there
is hut littl
• doubt
that
llll
the preset
t   -lutes  ol
Wash-
Inffl
111 i
ii.i Orogon
would tod
ty huve
l.,*n
III
tisb torriti
ry.
Every  fellow to  Hit Trade
Amateur Astronomer—"The sun
is more than 08 million miles from
here."
New Car Owner"—Does that include detours?"
CP.R. TO REPLACE
FIRE LOSS AT LAKE
LOUISE IMMEDIATELY
Construction of a two hundred and
eight-room extension to the Chateau
Lakr Louise will proceed at once, it
\»   i   announced   recently   hy   D.   C
•  •  •  • I Coleman, vice-president of the C.P.R.
An Example I western lines.      The extension.    Mr.
Meek Mel—"I just do the hest I  Coleman stated, will be according to
can day by day and let it go at that.
River town. He was accompanied by
his son, Douglas, who has been spen- j
ding bis vacation in tbe forests with j
his father and will proceed to Pin- j
cher Creek where he will take up bis
duties at school the coming term.
Billie Flynn, who served iu the.
capacity of kitchen mechanic for Mr. |
Reinerkein for some time, left for
Bull River town for a vacation with
.Mr. Archie Douglas, after which they
will proceed to Radium Springs for
an outing und the health giving benefits to be bad  fr  the waters of
Fairmont.
available — was lf>,440,000 fine
ounces, of which the Transvaal produced 7,020,110. or 46.5 per cent.
Tbe United States came second,
with 2,303,075 ounces, or 15.3 per
cent., and Canuda followed, with 1.-
203,364 ounces, or 85 per cent.
June 18th was thu anniversary of
tbe running of the first Imperii*
Limited, the Canadian Pacific Railway's famous transcontinental. This
was not the Company's first transcontinental, as trains began regular
service between Montreal and Vancouver as far hack an 1K86, hut for
several years it was the crack Canadian Pacific express. To-day the
premier place is held by thc Trans-
Cunadn LimileJ, the fustost longdistance expwsB in the world, which
makes the run in 90 hours, or 10
hours lesi than the time of tht
original Imperial Limited.
Messrs. P. und T. Dooling on Sunday last accomplished u foal seldom
equalled by persons other than alpine
climbers. They travelled over foothills and rocky inclines for ,i distance
of some four miles, through jungle
and forest, over hill and dale, fording
treacherous mountain streams, until
their ambition was realized, the sum-,
mil of Goal Mountain. Three griz,! " 1'i00'000 hM been reg'stered ""
zly  bears  were  encountered on  the j British Columbia, with office nt Kas-
Kailo.—The Canadian Mines Mer-
r Company,  Ltd., with capital  of
No man wns ever perfect."
Boss— "Oh, yes, there was."
Meek Mel— "Who?"
Boss—"My wife's first husband."
•   •   •   •
A laugh U juat like mu-iic,
It freihens up the day,
ll tips Ihe peaki of life with light,
And drives the cloud* away:
The soul frowi glad that heart it,
Ami feels its courage strong;
A laugh is just like iu nth ine
Far cheering folks along.—Anon
hazardous trip.
lo.   A group of properties in this ar
; ea will come under the merger.
design prepared by Barrett A Pluck-
adder, architects, of Montreal. The
contract   for  the  building has  heen
awarded to Carter, Hall & Aldlngerj
of Winnipeg, and the steel work is to
be supplied by the Dominion Bridge
Co., of Winnipeg, and the Manitoba
Iron Works, Ltd., also of Winnipeg.
Calgary Irrigated farm lands at
Tabor, in South Alberta are attracting prospective settlers from the U.S.
and Eastern Canada. Several land
scouts have been sent to the vicinity
by colonisation organizations.
Say "Bayer Aspirin"
INSIST! Unless you see lhe
"Buyer Cross" on tablets you
are not gelling; tlie genuine
Buyer Aspirin proved safe by
millions ami prescribed by physicians for 21 years.
O fos**Acccpt — -
%/jG*f Bayer package
whiclicontains proven directions
ljiiri.lv "Bayer" boxes ol 12 tablets
Also bottli ioI 'M ami lOU—Drugylsts
a l.l
Reglna, Control of tho lignite
plnnl ot Bolnfait, Sask., is now in tho
hands of ihe Saskatchewan govern
ment, which
<>r two I
ute It as a cor
ing to nn ami
later in chars
plant has rop
onatrnting tin
briquettes fri
stated the mi
nins now is ti
feasibility of
the policy of
hark on any <
and we will tl
cure private i
commercial oi
I lo ial
dinting with one
it over and oper-
iil utility, accord-
nent  of the  oiili-
ndustries.   "The
hility of making
bonlzed lignite,"
"and whal rem-
■ove the commercial
project. It l& not
government to em-
mercial undertaking
fore endeavor to 86-
Lai to undertake the
ition of the plant.
ster.
Out of every dollar the Company
earns, the sum of SI cents is spent
by thc Canadian Pacific Railway in
the home markets of Canada fo?
wages, materials, supplies, taxes
and insurance, figures recently is-
.* id show. In 1923 the total earnings of this great corporation were
; $105,837,089, and every community
in Canada directly benefitted by the
"formerly with the!  expenditure of 81 Mt cent, of this
,.           huge amount in the home market.
, is among those,     ° 	
The 192-1 cut of the Kast Kootenay (B.C.) forestry district gives
promise of running to a grand total
off 160,000,000 feet. There is a
particularly brisk business in poles
of longer lengths and in railway
ties, nnd a cut of some 1,000,000
sawn ties aud the usual quantity of
the hewn variety is looked for. Sixteen sawmills are now in operation
nml indications are that there will
probably be thirty going before the
season closes.
With the
Cream left in! /
Keep a supply
inyour pantry
Fr«- lt«i|ic Dook—Wnllo
liordcii Co-, Mil., VnneoiiTM
L. D. Cafe
(Mltle Davenport)
When you wish something food
to tat io to the "L.D."
Canadian
Cafe & Rooms
JOE UYKMAisr, Proprietor
Van Hume St. Opp. C.P. Depot
NEWLY RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT
Comfortable Kiiiiins
First Class Cafe Service
PHONE 98
CRANBROOK - B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
UMMllfOUh   lit,UN TIMKS
NO. 07 DAlIil    To Nelson, Vancouver,
Spokane etc, Arrive 12.10 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
NO. 66 DAILY To Pernie, LethhrOio.
Medicine Mat. Calgary, etc. Arrive
4.10 p.m. Leave 4,20 p.m.
Cninlirook,   Wycliffe, Ktmlirrtrr Her
vlre:
No, Ni!!!   l,oave 7.06 n.m. No. Wl   Arrive 1 ll) p.m.
Cninlirook, lake HlmM'ruierr and
(ioiitcn Scnlre
Monday and Thursday, cacti  week
—No. 821, leave !* a m.      Wednesday
and Saturday   No. BftS arrive 8.30 p.m.
Pnclllc Time
Por further partlculara apply to any
I cket ageht.
J. B. PROCTOR,
District PaiBenger Ag*nt, Calgary
Calgary.—888 nutoa brought U110
persons to the auto tourist camp now
maintained by the Cnlgary Automo.
n_   There is a reported bile Club during the month of July.
f iridium   in   tho   Uppoi The majority of these tourists were
r Country by tho Cunyonfroin    the    weatem U.S.,   although
Edmont-
discovery
Poaco Itiv
Gold Mining Company, which is now many from eastern Canada were al
working in thut territory. w> included in the ragistcr.
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWRISS ft ROBERTS
Agent* for Hard and Soft Coal.    Dlttributlon Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
Telephone 61
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P .0. Box 216 mssswmas
Friday, September 5th, 1924.
THE   CRA1T1K00I   HEIAXS
PAflB SKYEK
wieSi
sbsenco ol hor "Peter P
duo home. Mother Pierc
ui.
He wns | vi*
,'ged her to
lh.
schelo
Whii
grey head nnd said. "Husbands arc
the siiim- the world over." Grace star
ted at iln- word "Husband."
Tw-.. years later Betty Brown'i
ilium* adorned an office door. Be
iweeii  thoughts  of  tracts  nnd  eon
In- various contests were in progress, i
i considerable number were taking
idvantage of tho beach. Mike hud
oen cavorting around in a boat just
mt of reach, but when he did come in
ihere the girls could gel at him the
tracts, she thought of Fred Masters, bottom  disappeared  from  the  boat!
a handsome young man who offered nnd .Mike was forced to desert the
ovocal
l and hand on the
Ion.   (in day she r
slight-  ship,
ceived  joke
mid  Iliat   tin
rd telling her of her assignment vox hi
m
Girl
STRENGTH OF WOMAN'S
LOVE SHOWN IN PICTURE
"THY NAME IS WOMAN"
A Btroiifl theme dramatically set
out, and starring Barbara La Marr,
is the picture, "Thy Name is Woman," to be shown ut the Star on
Friday and Saturday or this week.
His love spurned by the exotic
Gouritn (Barbara Ln Marr), Capt.
Roderigo informs the Commondante
of the Spanish post in the Pyrenees
thnt Geuritn'a husband, Pedro the
Fox, is n smuggler.
A dashing young soldier of the post
Juan Klcardo, who is loved by the
Commandante's daughter is ordered
to visit Geurita and by passionate
lovemaking induce her to betray the
hiding place of her husband's contraband.
Forewarned of the purpose of his
visit by her husband, Ouerita allows
Juan to make love to her without betraying her husband, but as his visits continue, she grows to love him
and he becomes infatuated with her.
One day. confessing his deceit to her,
Guerits is so unselfish in ber love
for him that she plans to betray the
smugglers.
As Pedro sees what is happening,
be confesses in a frenzy to the Com-
mamlante. and to prove Juan was unfaithful to his trust, shows him a
piece of Iflce.
Juan induces Geurita to flee with
him, but Pedro stabs her; nnd falls
dead at her feet, Juan is arrested
for failure in his mission and faces
prison, when Dolores, ibe Commondante' s daughter, convinces her father be is as much to blame for involving Juan in so compromising a
situation. Juan is pardoned nnd
seekfi solace in Dolores' affection.
for jury duty. She was proud.
I A' the Masters home. Fred i .1
sittei of hifl greai love foi B« ti
lion  il wm brenl  lib h-nri  i
t mind the
but ii <li<l
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Manic
STUDIO) BAKER ST.. CRANBROOK
Phone 295 P.O. Box   7<">2
ROBfiUSOK'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR
id  out   that  it  was
put-up job.    The memberi
Fi
■ith the Might
A Rathe Picture
'THE WOMAN ON THE
JURY" STANDS OUT TO
SAVE SISTER WOMAN
If anyone is interested in the question as to whether women should do
jury service, they should not fail to
see "The Woman on the Jury," showing al thl  Star on .Monday and Tues-
-^pi' % mm
0  !
This big Harold Lloyd
attraction comes to the
Star Theatre on Friday
and Saturday of next
week, September 12
and !3.
They were married, and -cent their
first day together serving on the
jury. It was iho gruesome Montgomery murder trial.
Grace Montgomery had shot her
"Peter 1'an" as he was leaving her,
She would have been alone with their
boby. He would noi many her, she
said, so Bhe shot him.
The terrible realization thai
George Wayne, Betty's "Peter Pan,"
and George Montgomery were the
same man, cume to Betty as sho listened to the startling evidence.
After the evidence had been displayed and the jury had convened
Betty fought the supreme battle of
her life. Eleven to one the votes
stood for conviction. Betty's vote was
the outstanding one. She stood firm.
After hours of pleading, at the risk
of losing Fred, the respect of the
world, and her happiness, Betty told
of her own experience with the deceased, and left the courtroom, not
caring what happened.
Fred followed—still gasping with
amazement, He took her in his arms.
They went  home together, happy.
He was proud of her.
So fate, you .soc. smiled uu Betty
Brown,
LUMBERTON
CHIPS
v'*-.. ■-..- i04^^M
day next.   Light is shed on the mat-; of marriage but he wns a man of
ter, and the breadth Of feminine sym- words.
pathy shown. On one terrible day Hetty discover-
Fate took beautiful  Betty Brown ed that her "Peter Fan" was leaving,
by the hand and led her to .1 secluded In desperation she shot at him twice
mountain cabin.   There she wm told with a revolver and missed.
she would be eternally happy.   There      G .  e Montgomery in a secluded
she had her "Peter Pan."   He talked \'.      lfi   h apartment, talked of the
embe
...,,.
all) tin- i iddii->
The picnic which wns held at Green
Bay on Labor Day was the crowning
event of the summer season, and the
L.O.L. of Lumberton certainly showed the kiddles <>f this community, and
the older people us well, a most enjoyable day. The picnicers congregated at thc company store, where
autos were in waiting to convey them
to Green Bay, It is estimated that
one hundred and twenty-five people
were in attendance from the morning
throughout the entire day. The noon
lunch consisted of sandwiches, cake,
cookies, doughnuts, ice cream, pop,
and lemonade. Fifteen gallons of ice
cream had been provided for the occasion and the little tols certainly had
their appetites whetted for the many
cones that were in store for them.
Mr, E. A. Cook took it upon himself
to furnish the eats for the hungry
ones und much credit is due him for
he has never fallen down on the job
in ihis department.    Perhaps the best
compliment paid him is In the fact
that ihe many sandwiches that had
been prepared were not enough to
satisfy. However, there was enough!
Variety at hand so that none needed;
to go hungry. A fine program of J
sports was enried out during the af- i
ternoon, consisting of dashes for the
little boya and girls as well as for the '
grown-ups. The prizes were so awur- j
ded that all the little tots received)
something for their efforts even;
though they were not among the
winners. The most exciting race fori
the grown-ups was the needle thread-;
ing contest, the married men wero all
lined up for this event but it took a'
bachelor to show them up and the;
win was a wide margin. Mrs. G.:
Hunter nnd Gordon Jewel wero the
prize winners, and Gordon made it
f the I,.(i.i.. did things
up in a most creditable manner ami
the picnic was as successful as the
vaudeville which made the Labor Day
gatherinjj possible.
Lumberton has been copping the
bacon nlong quite a few lines of late.
The carnival was the latest successful
appearance until Monday of this
week, when threeiof the horses of the
It. C, Spruce Mills were entered in
the Crnnbrook Fair. Wc need not be
ashamed of them for they walked off
With a first, a second ami a third.
We feel especially flattered because
of just one incident. We have always
heard that. Mr. W. E. Worden of the
Grunbrook Transfer knows a good
horse when he sees one, and he certainly does for it was he who led the
cnlt from Lumberton that took the
blue ribbon nt the fair. He certain!}
can pick a winner. We turn out good
gootl spruce lumber and we have the
equipment to do it with, Including our
homes.
Mr. and Mrs. G, Avery and Mr. and
Mrs. Ft, Issler antl daughter Lnvon,
motored to Banff on Saturday of last
woek, returning to Lumberton on
Tuesday evening. The roads were
goud the greater part of the way and
tho party spent a most, pleasant time.
Miss Gene Downey left for Calgary
lust Saturday, where she will spend
some time.
.Mr. Auger, of Kholt, B.C., is visiting nt the home of bis daughter.
Mrs. Chrlstenson, for several days of
this week.
Mr. Walter Robertson, accountant
of the B. C. Spruce Mills, Ltd., took
part in the golf tournament held at
Fernie, starting last Saturday morning, und we should add thnt be did
it successfully.
The game between Lumberton and
Yahk, on the Lumberton diamond on
Sunday lust, was won by the latter
i team by a 10-it score.   The game was
I soon  put on  ice for Yahk  for they
j lotted up seven runs in the first three
innings, when Bob Mitchell came to
the rescue arid stopped the avalanche.
I The large lead which the Yahk aggregation accumulated in the first three
' was too much foi- the locals to overcome so the outcome was a  rathe
i bitter one.   The game was played be
fore n fairly large crowd.   Thc foi
lowing was the line-up:
*♦■»»■«   |   »   •*■*)   »**.»   *y-*y--m  m-m-*y   ♦■♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦«>•♦
j oru.m Co-Operative ^^>-
i
IIIXilTnN' KI.HIiKTA I'K.ai HKS.pti    rmr      $2.00    ♦
tl.25
1.25
'I  \XTKI.OL'l'liS. pink meats. 2 for 25c   '*
FRESH WATERMELON. perlh. .05c
t'OXCORD GRAPES, per basket 80c
SWEE-T SI'UDS, . CAUIJFLOW KR
DAIRY BUTTER, 3 II-. for $1.00
NEW SEASON'S JAMS
Try ..nr FRESH GROUND COFFEE, per lh. 50c
Tlu* Women's Guild will serve tea at tlu* home of
Mrs. C. Spenee, at .* o'clock, Friday. Sept. 12th, to all
members of the Co-Op. and tlieir friends.
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.
■ •- »■■♦■-<  a  a  »"»■♦■ *>-m ■» .+■
* js> m  **********  +m+mi>t>
nt Kimberley tbis coming Sunday ami
a good game is looked for as the two
previous occasions on which these
teams have met have resulted in
some good ball. The following Sunday the Lumberton aggregation will
meet  Golden, at Windermere.
A number of Lumberton people attended lhe dance at the Auditorium
on Monday evening.
Mr. 0. \. Jacobson, (King Joke)
returned on Sunday from Stettler,
Alberta, where he spent several days
visiting hie little daughter, Catherine,
and other relatives.
A. E. Jones
Contractor & Builder
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Plans Drawn & Estimates
Furnished
Phone 386 :: I'.O. Box 192
ALL   WORK    GUARANTEED
BIG GAME HUNTERS
AT MICHEL RUN
FOUL OF THE LAW
FERNIE PRIEST
LEAVES TO TAKE UP
WORK AT COAST
Lumberton
Yahk
Mitchell           (2b) .
Patlntll
Joyce      .       irfi
  Levi
Dwelley     .       (If)
Argue
Mason   (c) ...
  Kelly
Sternberg and
Mitchell  (p) 	
.... (tollman
Downey  (ss) ....
.F, Hollman
Neuman  {lb) .
  Brogan
Waterston  (rf) .
  P. I ewli
Mills   (3b) ...
.... D. Finnis
Some of the employees of the B.C.
Spruce Mills are quite aristocratic.
Ene and Tom are sporting a new
Ford these days and it has the latest
of everything in the way of equip'
ment even to balloon tires. It must
be some exceptional ear among the
Universal type for Ene wants a garage for his pet.
The Lumberton team will meet the
Concentrator on the latter's diamond
"THY NAME IS WOMAN"
Will, RAMON NOVARRO    -    BARIiARA LA MARR
\ M. V. MONO, WALLACE McDONALD, ROBER1  EDESON, EDITH
ROBEkTS, RAA10N NOVARRO,  "Tlu- Greal  Un r of lh,  Screen," fr.-sh
front hi- sensational triumph hi Iu--, Ingram's "Scan clie."
Ily FRED NIUI.O
uli" producod "Three Muikol -," "Mark ..? Zorro," end "lil I and Band."
Thi <i of Juan, iln- boyUh Spanlili loldlor, end of Hu- lovely Ouerita
Tukt'n in Sunny Spain
Comedy "DONT PARK THERE"
Will Rogers
MOM'.SY .„d TUESDAY
SEPTEMBER s -.nd 9
ANY WOMAN' MAY BOME HAY III:
"THE WOMAN ON THE JURY"
' 1ST        SVI.VIA BREAMER, I RANK MAYO, HOBART BOSWORTH,
MARY CARR, BESSIE LOVE, LEW CODY, ROV STEWART
HENRY   WALTHALL, FORI) STERLINO,  MYRTLE  STEI).
MAN are all in it.   They make it truly xiv.ii
ONE LONE WOMAN AGAINST ELEVEN MEN!     Is il right I" ask one womnn to
Judge another? COAIEDY, "Con; Fad," llohby Vernon
WEDNESDAY «nd THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 10 and It
VIOLA DANA
'DONT DOUBT YOUR HUSBAND'
A TYIMCAL DANA COMEDY-DRAMA
POX NEWS!— A New Trotting Record is Set.   A Hike Over an ley tilacier
ns a Summer Sport. COMI;l)Y, "The Walkout" Sniih Pollard
COMING: Harold Lloyd in Up*
WOMAN
on the
Dr. Hornaday. of New York. and.
M, J. Phillip.-:, of Pittsburp. big game
hunters, who for a number of years
were wont to visit the upper Elk ri*
ver, have from time to time recommended this hunting mound to their
friends. A ehort time ago two young
men from across the line, on the
advice of Mr. Phillips, come to Michel
with a complete hunting and fishing
outfit, ami decided to wait for the
opening of the season. One of the
Hsiting hunters was called suddenly
to Spokane owing to the illness of his
wife who was visiting there, and the
young men decided to motor to that
city. The provincial police got wind
that the party was leaving the country und arrested them in Fernie, seizing their rifles, revolvers, etc. This
province has spent thousands of dol-1
lars in advertising its hunting re-
sources and the provincial police
should use a little judgment in enforcing the Game Act against inno-
cen offenders. A few arrest- like
the above would do more harm than
all that a million dollars' worth of)
advertising could accomplish.—Per*
nie Free i'ress.
Hev. Father Kennedy, for four
years in charge of he Roman Catholic
church at Fernie, has been transferred to Vancouver, where he will have
charge of the city missionary work.
Previous! to hh departure on Thursday morning, he was the guest of honor of a large number of his parish-
oners at a social held in the parish
hall last week and was presented with
a beautifully fitted club bag. During
his stay in Fernie. Father Kennedy
i has been an indefatigable worker in
t the church cause and has built up a
fine institution. His departure will
be deeply regretted by a host of
friends. Rev. Father McKennel of
Edmonton will take charge of the
work in Fernie.   — Ferni Yrr-e Press.
! PAUL   NORDGREN
♦ When Vou
+
J CALL AT YAHK
+ Do lot forget to visit tbe
+
I Paul Nordgren Store
I
On Main Road, near brldgt
Light  Delinquents  Cut  Off al  Fernie
At the Star Theatre
Monday and  luesday, September 8th and 9th.
Over fifty users of electric light
and water were cut off by the city
tbis week owing to non-payment of
dues. The failure of the Home Bank
and the heavy loss sustained hy the
city has mode it imperative that the
city collect any monies due. How-
ver. the city's need will not save the
authorities from severe criticism for
taking drastic action at this time, as
there are dozens of people who simply haven't got tin* money. The
charge of -SJ.no for re-connecting up
the service seems to us at this time
to bo a heavy tax upon the poor of
this city and should if possible be
withdrawn.—Fernie Free Press.
+   few   Shipment!   of   Seaionabl*
*        Summer   Good*   Ju*t   In
+
*********************
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
YAHK, B.C.
Opposite Oarage. Near Bridie
Comfortable  Rooms  with
Cafe in Connection
We Solicit Your Patronage
A. Hjort - Prop.
THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
S. MARKLUND Prop.
When in Yabk make your houiti at
THK new 1IOTRI..
Thlst lintel is now from bottom lo top.    Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. All are clean
and comfortable.
ItKHTAITKANT IN CONNECTION. PAGE EIGHT
TIIE   CRANItltOOK   IIEKAM)
Priday. September 5th, 1924.
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^ROGERS SILVER PLATE  SPOONS ||  bssbntiai ~>-^     %
\ Dozen Tea, (large or small) $1.75 \\\ DIAMONDS
ag^SHBH
=:
"^ssEfflssna
' .* I lozeii Coffee, in gift box
Essex or Mayfair Pattern
IDEAL SILVUR POLISH, large bottle
$1.90
35c
lit. QUALITY
McLEOD'S GREA
Bi
cause only
nes have
A. EARLE LEIGH, the gift shop
S   WAT< 'IHl.tliKK * JEWELLER S
rlmrj  Ave.    %
The Misses Jennie and Gertrude
Hopkins of Ta Ta Creek motored In
from Cranbrook and are tlu* guests
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Muedonald for a
few days.      Golden Star.
High     and     Public     School     Text
Books and Supplies.
BEATTIE-NOBLE, Ltd.
Two very attentive pupils, the proverbial dunce and a school teacher,
standing in the orthodox manner at
the table, a black board and maps,
etc., make up a minature schoolroom
thai Is attracting a lot of attention
at the Fink Mercantile store.
One
pets fo
Ave.
two good second hand ear-
sale at Kilby's, Armstrong
20
id     Mr
Mi
have been resident
many years, lefl ft
beginning of the v
that thc length u
plans on being
weeks, will be *■
improve the stn
that he will be
deuce here. For
has been suffer
stomach trouble.
T. .1. Doris, who
of Cranbrook for
■ the Const al tho
•ok. It is hoped
, Doris
[' lime that M
away, which is six
nougb to sufficiently
le of his health, so
nblf to resume rosi-
Home time Mr. Doris
Scliool     Text
High    and    Publ
Books aud Supplies,
BEATTIE-NOBLE, Lid.
Hemstitching.—Mrs. Surtees, Garden Avenue. Mt
For expert workmanship in charging ami overhauling batteries, Phone
Service (image, No. 34. We call for
and deliver batteries, 2xti
If you are figuring on New Tires
for your car this your it will pay you
to call on Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
and get prices. We sell gasoline, oils,
and accessories, and second hand
Tires and Tubes. 28tf
When in ('ranbrook stop ut the
Ratcliffe & Stewart Garage, opposite
the PoBt Office on Baker Street.   20tf
Messrs. Haddad and B. Weston
were summoned to appear before the
magistrate Thursday morning for
having kept their stores open on Labor Day. The former did not appear, as he had paid the necessary
fine in connection therewith. Mr.
Weston, for the purpose of culling
witnesses to show there were many
merchants open and doing business on
Labor Day, asked for an adjournment
for a week and this was granted by
tbe court.
WANTED
lender fur the supplying of
wood for tho Kotcnay Orchards
School for the season  1924-5,
Approximately six, two-rick
loads will be required, of 36
inch wood, dry. Wood to be
delivered as required. Tenders
will be received at the office of
the City Clerk, up to Friday,
September Bth.
F. W. BURGESS
City Clerk
Mount Baker
Hotel
30 Newly l-'timished Rooms,
All with running water (Hot
and Cold) some with private
baths,   some   with   shower
baths
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class fireproof Hotel in the city.
.Mi.-s Helen Wo
nesday next to rt
the Toronto Cons
chairs, Morns an
■r studies at
of Jllisk-.
others at
22tf
Arm
Kilby's
W. J. Barber was among tho local
people who made a flying visit over
the new road to Banff and return during the holiday week-end.
High and Public School Text
Hooks and Supplies.
BEATTIE-NOBLE, Ltd.
Carload  of   Win
Phom
Mi
Lusei
i-nui-
tolas
t, just received.
Kerrigan & Co.
2S
still low
• J08.
. Art Hayden lias purchased the
imbe property on Lumsden Av-
and is having extensive altera-
made in ihe interior.
Keep Hi dale open - Friday, September loth, Baseball Dance at the
IC. I'. Hall. 28
Tie- |il
CORRECTION
e of Butter in tho
Burns & Co.. i
ent of I
should
id
Salurday evening
lire io conjunction
M. I'., conducted a
town,    and  several
ills
lasl the
with   th
adver
>a page
per
II.
city po-
• It. C.
China-
eolies act.
IIr. Win.
purchased ll
iety store, th
I I
son, aeeotnpaili
went to Moyie 1.
removed it from
for trnnsportatii
affray.
lolinso	
■ollgb the
• Lapp stn
Mr. Lester Clapi
f Fernie has
Moffatt Var-
ak boat uivii-
i.   Mr. John-
d by Mr. Moffatt,
ke the other day and
the lake to a trailer
i to McBain's Lake.
Win,
ermere last week-
.leeessflil fair held
nil Saturday last,
of which will bc
•i-k. His Honor
or Niiliol was pre-
to  farlnally  open
Visi
end report a very s
there on Friday s
fuller particulars
furnished next w
Lieuteiuint-Cioven
sent on Saturday
tlte  fair.
With the coining of the beginning
of the new school term, last weekend saw a general homecoming of families who had beon spending the
hot months away from the city. From
the east, the Coast, and from
closer, Kaslo, the Wiiiderim-r
many other points, families
ed, some reluctantly aad other
eagerly, to take up the duties
other fall and winter.
 "'*
>, ant
■eturu
; mon
of an
high grade
permanent
value.
2nd. PRICE
For   upon   tbe   price  depends the worth  of your
investment.
3rd.  VALUE
Because that is lbe relationship between quality
and price.
Vtni can depud upon this
store to give you the utmost
value in DIAMONDS.
W.H.Wilson
JEWELER
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^tunev.nxmom*.. .*rj .wes-Miteic.
LOCAL
J$\PP£MNG§
rah
Insure with Beule & Elwoll.
Mrs. Fred Perry was in tbe city for
court cases on Monday last.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid .will
meet at tbe homo of Mrs. J. T. Sarvis, Tuesday, Sept. Uth, at ',', p.m.
Mr. Vincent Fink left on Sunday
last I'or Toronto, where he will continue bis studies at Osgoudc Hall.
Remember the date. Friday, Sept.
tilth. Cranbrook Baseball dance in
the K. P. Hall. 28-29
Mr. und Mrs. .1. L. Palmer were visitors to finnlf over tbe holiday weekend, leaving on Saturday and returning Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Harrison arrived this week
from San Francisco on a visit for a
few days at the home of ber broth-
or-in-lnw, II. L. Harrison.
School    Text
High    and    Publli
Books and Supplies.
BEATTIE-NOBLE
Ltd.
SALE
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Smashing All Selling Records
Positively Must Raise $5,000.00
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10 DAYS of GR
Victoria—Whaling operations this
year, according to report, are very
successful. Four stations and six or
seven whalers are working. Some of
the vessels have an average of .'ID
head so far this season, and whale
oil is finding a ready market in England, whilst whale meat canned has
become    an    established eomi lity
along the west coast of Africa, the
Regina.—Immediate steps are being taken by representatives of the
Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta
wheat pools to obtain a Dominioi
charter of incorporation for the Can
adion Co-Operative Wheat Producers
Ltd., the name by which the new iu
ter-pro vlneial
known.
elllng agency is to be
Gomittd events5
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ii Fairmont Hot
Springs
About half way on the Motor ;
Highway   from   Cranbrook   to ■
Banff
A   Popular   Re.ort  With   Many
Natural   Attraction.
..MAGNIFICENT   SCENERY..
Warm Radium Baths
Open Air Swimming Tank
..   With   Individual   Drea.ing   ..
Room.
FULLY  EQUIPPED
TENTS FOR CAMPING
RESTAURANT & ROOMS
GASOLINE, OIL AND
GENERAL STORE
Charges Moderate
RADIUM   -  •  -  B.C.
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Kridav & Saturday, Sept. ii &
0-
"Thy Name   is   Woman,"   in
lli
Star.
Monday  ii Tuesday,  Sept.  8  It
li
"The Woman on the Jury," nl
th
Star.
All next week, Sept. 8 to 13; Co
ik
lin & Garrett's "Carnival of W
in
dors," ut the city park.
Sept.   ID &   II.
Vour Iliisliaml."
Wed. & Thurs..
"Don't Doubt
Star Theatre.
Fri. & Sat., Sept. li!
traction at the Star
in "Girl Shy."
Friday, Sept. \2—Dance al Lumber*
ton, by Lumberton Bnsoball Club,
Robinson's  Orchestra,
A 13: Big at-
Harold Lloyd
Baseball   Dance,   Friday,
ber 19th, in lbe K.I', llnll
Septeni-
Bnscbnll donco al tho
Fri., Sept. 19
K. P, Hall.
Sat., Sept. 27: Sale of Home Cooking
at Knox Church Schoolroom. It.110
to (I.
A sale of Home Cooking and Afternoon Tea will be held iu the Sun
day School of Knox Church, on Saturday, September 27th, from '••.'•\0 to
0 p.m.    Keep the date in mind.    28tf
Mr. and Mrs. Jock McCallum returned on Tuesday from a month's1
holidays spent at the coast. During
their stay there, Portland, Seattle.
Vancouver and Victoria were visited,
and a very pleasant time was bad.
Rev. F. V. and Mrs. Harrison are
leaving this week-end on a short visit to the Windermere, and from there
will motor on to Banff. On Sunday
next Mr. Harrison, as rural dean, will
conduct the services in Christ Church,
lnvermere.
McCreery Bros, have just completed a valuable improvement to
their premises by the widening of tho
show space iu their windows. The
rear has been moved hack about
three feet and has all been newly
decorated. With this Improvement
excellent scope is provided for artistic window dressing,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Conatantlne
returned on Wednesday from a
week's holiday spent in the Windermere district. They visited the fair
at lnvermere tbe end of lust week,
and were among tbe Cranbrook poo
pie camping at Fairmont for a few
days.
Mr. Jeffrey Wnrren and Mr. G. A.
B. McDonald are visitors in the city,
coming by motor on Thursday from
Penticton. While in tbe eity. Mr.
McDonald, who is a fellow townsman
of Mr. .1. II. McQuaid. rehearsed many eventful happenings of olden days
iu Chai'lottetown, P. E. I
Monday and Tuesday largo crowds
were in attendance at the Stur Theatre when Potash nnd Perlmutter occupied the boards. All were delimited with the picture, and compliment'
ed the management on it. Mr. A. C.
Blaine has iu store for his patrons (Inline the coming season a very attrac
tive program of pictures, amongs
thom being some of the finest thn
have been produced.
The Cranbrook Baseball Club arc
putting on a dance on Friday. Seplemher I Uth, Just two weeks from
to-night, The boys huve provided
some good ball for the funs this sum
mer. It has been good clean nniatour
sport, free from any undesirable ele
ment whatever. Tin- citizens have not
been BSkod as in former years to
contribute one cent, so now is the
opportunity to support the boys ami
show your appreciation by buying a
ticket no mutter whether you can go
or not.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Crowe, now of
Grand Forks, returned home on
Thursday, after a visit in their old
home towns of Cranbrook and Wycliffe. Mrs. Crowe bus heen visiting wild Mr. aud Mrs. Lloyd Crowi
al Wyeliire for two weeks or so, Mr.
Crowe coming over for tho holiday.
While horo be disposed of tbe merry-
go-round which has been gracing the
city park for some time to Conklin
& Garret, tbe » muse ment people,
who are playing in Crnnbrook next
week. Mr. Crowe held a judgment
r>"*iit»'t   the   former  MWir.1"'  of   it.
NSgam
iM5aiy&s^rt.Mssgsi
For prompt repal
tlon go to Ratcliffe
Mrs. It. Pi
a limited number   of
Phono 26.1.
Tuesday evonlng ll
, ponded In    a    rail l'i
where tin- Dan McDo
cupied liy F. Abbott,
appears that tin- fire a
I'octive wiring. Th
to lay 750 feel -if hos
;  satlsfac-
.-art's gar-
20tf
prepared to take
Miss Porter return
last from her vaeatio
home in Victoria.
Mr.
Pupils.
28tf
A.   Ashworth
isitor in the eil
of      111**,
.* lakin
,01   llll
ills,   held   by   Mrs
Chevrolet  al  the
Ival.
Winnipeg.
under
',1X1(1
! il,- po
! Growi
For 11
. tin- prol
*.*.! liv llu
P(
mi Sloterv
Md house,
vas ablaze
I fr
.tu
oils desirous of
ning or camp equipmc
terested in learning thi
Lumber Company at '
ing an auction salo ol
horses and other equi]
Ifinlii-r 24th, at 1.30 p
.1. Ac
of tin
vtint fan
cientific i
rs. Ltd
will ma
tin*
llu*
it li*
v your which
its on tin. cot-
United States
d to $30,870,
distribu-
eolue of
.shippers
,-i value
received.
■ tin
ants
al
hospital.
■ pre
The wale
feetive work wi
men. The kite
house was dams
part of the cont
er. Tlu-
out $1,500
on ami pi
ed I,;. the
its by fire
amagc is stimal
$3,000 insurai
, Coastal Indians of Mysterious Origin
•d on the building and contents.
FOR SALK.
suite for m
raid Office,
Walnut
-     Appl
mtng n
al   the
I.OST-
Grec
:tlsl
Grnj
A 1-2 X 11 wall tout, between'
n Bay and Cranbrook, on Aug. I
Reward if returned to o. A.
■. Cranbrook, B.C. 29
-
. Bed,
Fall-
lades,
FOIt SAI.K — Linoleit!
leaf Table,    Lights    and    S
Heater,    Wicker    Chairs,
Fruit Jars,  Etc.    Articles n
neon any time at Mrs. Muff
over Cranbrook Trading Co.
FOR KENT r— Housekeeping Roomi
200 Dewar Avenue.
tf.
l-'Oi;   SALK—   A    few
White Leghorn Coe
Barnhardts trnp-noste
heavy-laying stock, $2
A. Snyder, Kimlierley
WHITE     LEGHORN
STUCK- -For Sale.
bred from 240-ogg,
lock.     I
line'   to   qunl
for bits of Te
.lames   Sim I.
li. li
pine
Appl
b.c!
BREEDING
earllng bens.
$1.50 to $2.50
Uty. Reduced
n and upwards. <
FOIt SALK—Six pur
pups.   Apply 200 Dew
bred Airedale
>2ii
Dining   Room   Suite,   Writing   Desk,
Dlvanetta Bod, Gramophone anl a
largo selection of records, Dressers,
Sewing Machines, Washing Machines,
hand ami water power, Hml:. of all
descriptions, Oil Stoves, and other
K Is too numerous l<> mention,
Conic in nnd Look Thsm Ovor.
WE   BUY,   SELL,   OR   FXCI1ANGK
THOMPSON & PF.TF.RSON
Sucond Hand Daalari
Cranbrook and Kimhorlcy
llox  288        -      -      - Phone 7f |
uri—A Btwuti s<jiiflw in
iii. n* hirg in in grunted ptrmlulon io eat
vrotMiiusIy rarvifOiiit painted totem  (mIm.    Iii«i~-A typlca
T"'HE Indians of coastal British Columbia are un
like nny other Indians of North America. Tlu
name "Siwasli", by which they aro commonly dis
tingulshed from the plains Indians, is a corruptioi
of the French word "sauvagc", which the early explorers naturally applied to them. It Is not a native
name. They do not look at all like tbe plains In
diuns but like Orientals aud, though their history is
bo obscure that it is Impossible to trace tlieir origin,
this seems to prove beyond doubt that they are
sprung from sumo such stoek, mosl probably lbe Japanese. It is a fact that if a Slwasn and a Japanese
are dressed alike, one can hardly tell them apart
How these people crossed lhe Pacific is a mys-
teit., Perhaps they are the survivors of Feme hapless armada blown across the ocean in some bygone
age. Perhaps they deliberately sailed across, like
Columhusca of the East. Perhaps they crossed by
tho ice of the Bering Straits. Anyhow, there they
are.
There nre many othoi points of resemblance between the Siwnsh nml the Oriental. Like the primitive Japanese, the Siwasbcs live by hunting and fishing and are much on the water—in fad, tlieir ennoos
are to them what the horse wns to the SloUX. Like
the pdmitive Japanese, nj;ain. and unlike tlie plains
Indians, they do not live in tents but iu houses, which,
moreover, are of very similar architecture te those
of the Flowery Kingdom) though built of wood And.
like the Japanese, they are n very poetic people, wiih
a prolific nnd beautiful folk-lore.
But the most remarkable distinction enjoyed by
the Siwnshcs is their nit, which does not resemble
tlmt of any other race- -certainly nol that of any
other American Indians. Of this, conventional realism sounds thc key-note. Tlieir buildings are richly
and fantastically carved. Their ceremonial dresses
are equally elaborate.    Th*y delight In boM eff:rt ■
and bright colors, especially in red, blue and urci-n,
used in conjunction with black and wiiite.
The striking feature of Siwnsh art is found in
their grotesquely carved and paintod totem poles,—
which are placed before lhe houses, These polos,
made to represent a column of diabolical birds and
beauts standing one above Ihe other, form what is
literally a family tree, the various totems telling tho
story of the ancestry of tbo p&Oplfl living in (ho house
behind thoin. The Slwashos also manufacture weird
Images resembling the idols of African tribes, which
aro intended to exorcise various supernatural powers,
such as lhe driving away of evil spirits.
The Siwasbcs of past times were, in some instances, a war-like lol. fond of fighting nml bloodshed. Occasionally, if tradition speaks truth, they
put their decorative ability to sinister use. There ia
a story, well vouched for, of a festive meeting between Iwo tribes which had called n truce in their
otherwise perpetual feud. One tribe invited the other
to n friendly banquet In thfl community dinin^-hall.
The arcliiltct, afler the fashion of natives, who (;lory
in complicating simple things, had so designed tho
hall thai the only entrance was through the benk of
an enormous wooden bird forming Uie fascade. No
one outside could see or bear what was going on
within the walls. Every one who entered had to do
so alone nml lirnd first In turn, lbe guests scrambled
into the beak and vanished, until all had entered.
Nona of them ever came out. Tlieir treacherous
hosts within, armed with clubs, pave each mnn his
quietus as kooii as his head appeared.
An extremely clever way of gcllinK rid of ebjco^
tlonablo folk with lhe least possible inconvenience,
though not one which appeal:-, to Christian men!
Today thn coastal Indians ure quiet and law-abid-
ing citizens of Canada. Hut fine specimens of their
picturcsquo art may still bc seen at several vllUgMi

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