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THE NATIONAL ADVEBTI8E"
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CRANBROOK HERALD
A PAPEB FOB THE HOMI-
THE INTEBESTS OF CRAN*
BBOOK   FOBE.HOS1     .LWATS
VOIUME   ai
CltAMlItOOK. B. C, TIIURS1-* V. I llllil AHV :,. 1920
SIX  PAGES  TOIIAY
N I  M II E li      5 I
Timber Deal of Huge
Proportions is Closed
WISCONSIN   ANI>   MICHIGAN   UMIIKIOIKN   T.UU.   OVK.lt
nn morsel* Ana: tbagt ni:ak cbakbrook
WW Wlfii OVKRATB MILL UITII TK-K.MI-NO-
Ol'S CAPACITY  ALMOST MMKMATKI/V
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AS PLANNED HILL HAVI-: AN ANNIAL
CAPACITV 01' THIItTY TO FORTY MILLION
PKE1
WftliNhurK May be Scone ol Greal Activity Before Long—Flume
About Eight Miles iu Length Will be Constructed from the
Limits to Point Near Thut Place—Complete Mill Town t«
be Built, Consisting ol Mill Plant, Boarding House, Hotel,
Dwellings lor Employees, Store, OWce and Other Necessary
Buildings—Mill Moan Much to the Future ni Cranbrook.
ing .i-errontuRi. ur the spruce timber is
going into the manufacture of i<ulp
umi paper, rather than lumber, Fur-
Uior.while uctenelvo lumbering ln this
Province is ol comparatively recent
development) it ltoo been going on in
Ontario since a very early period,wtUi
consequent henvy destruction dun tu
flroh nnd tin- absence of restrictions
upon logging methods calculated to
leavo cut-over areas In a productive
condition,
Consideration  About #iiw,WMt
The consideration, while private, in
tinid io ho in the neighborhood of
$400,000 and the Investment will total
nbout $1,000,000.
Tin* Umber limits nre reliably re-
l-orted to have heen sold by the Bast
Kootenay Lumber Company of Jaff-j
ray.
A. U. Macdonald, K.C., of the legal
Inn of Macdonald & Nlsbet, this city, I
Is lookelug after the legal end of the
transaction, representing al the imr-
tles interested.
t UtMKRS* 1NSTITI Ti; HILL
AFFILIATE WT I Till   INlTI.lt
KAltMKltSt I-' ! IIU   Mil ItlUY
The meeting of ttttwberw or the local
Farmers' lii^titute. held ia Die City
hull last Saturday, decided ..lino-l un-
anmously to --..ni.it-.' wtth the United
Parmers of liriti.-.!  Uolumhiu
Thy meeting wai- quite well attended, and the follow tip temporary officers wero named, (k, li. Plnylt* president :  l'. Woods, Moe-presldent
The Hoard of Dlwtors wni made Up
ot the following: t*v. Fnthor Lain-
bul, C. s. Fleming Mai... use \Iooro
antl i.yuiait Taylor
Quit,- a number took pari In tho
discussion following Uie motion made
to a fill late with the ravlnclal body and
Iho opinion was advatired thai bonoflts-
could bo secured tnrougb bolpg more
closely In touch will the grain growers
ot the Prairies; It was not the intention of the BitpporWEs of the motion to
BO into politics but thoy would do so
If necessary to ^aln tlieir ends.
Delegates will be named to attend
tlie Provincial conYfihllou In he held
this month.
Board of Trade Has
Good Program for '20
SCHOOL IIOAIIH III I,li MUST
»,:,:tim; khid.iy kvbmng
ami elected 01,11 offickrsl
School Reports for
Month of January
Too late for publication In our issue of lasl week, the Herald received the advice that the huge timber limits near here for
which American capital, co-operating wtth local men. had passed into new hands and active operations on a monster scale
would be commenced soon.
The closing of tlie deal bears out the Herald's predictions
that great activity would be noticed hereabouts before a great
while, this being only one of a number of big and important
things to the City of Cranbrook scheduled to transpire.
The Herald hopes soon to have other cheering news lo give
its readers along similar lines.
Wisconsin and .Michigan lumbermen have concluded the
purchase of the 10,000-acro gioup of spruce timber on tlie upper
Moyie River, British Columbia, It is the intention of the present owners, according to the most reliable information in the
hands of the Herald, to erect a plant and begin manufacturing
this timber at the earliest possible date, which will add to this
district another large lumbering institution with possibly the
largest output of any mill operating in British Columbia at the
present time.
The mill that is planned will have an annual capacity of
thirty to forty million feel, and will undoutedly have an active
operation of at least twenty years.
It is difficult al this lime lo forecast the number of workers who will be employed at Ilie works, bul il is safe to say that
the payroll will be one of the largest in any lumbering camp in
this section.
A Hume will be built from these limber limits about eight
miles ill length to a point on tin Canadian Pacific Railway, near
Wattsburg. At Ibis point or some oilier suitable location, a complete mill lown will be built, consisting of mill plain, boarding
house, hotel, dwellings for employees, store, office and all necessary buildings to accomodate all interested In the big lumber
plant.
Some of the members of the new company taking over the
huge tract are expected to arrive in Cranbrook in ibe very near
future to look the ground over, and arrive al a decision as to
a location for the mill plain.
Some of the stockholders in the new company are also
heavy stockholders In the crows Nesl Pass Lumber Company
of Wardner. this district
The Herald will rejoice along with everyone else having
the future of the City of Cranbrook al bean, and is delighted
to be privileged lo make Ihis exclusive announcement al this
time, more especially because il proves ibal we have Ibe resources hereabouts which only  lack  the capital  to make tblsjuu-de lo til  in stylo down Uio sides
ut tlie danco lml and await ihe pleasure of the laiiios' invitation,
After ihe flrsl danco tlie idea caught
on and the proaie.il ot inn prevailed
nnd die gentlemen an still boasting-
dial 'thoy never sat out a danco."
Mrs Qeorgo Smith made an Ideal
Moot manngor, taking oar,- ihat overy-
ono had a good time.
Till wliisl drive was marked with
Iho leap year proceeding*. Tod Laurie
winning tho ladles' prize, silk stock-
11iu--, and Mrs. II. Smith Ihe gentleman'-; prize, silk nockw. Tho consolations fop i„ Herbort Uowloy.n pock-
ol ot hair pins and Mrs. Weise. a col*
Women's Institute
Monthly Meeting
The llt^U Hoard of School TrustOM
met Friday evening in tho Olty Hull.
lho  itlng being lho flrsl ilnci the
municipal election
Nu change In the ixTHOunel uf Uie
board from last year took place, trustees W. H. Wilson and W, J. Atchison, whoHu tlmt bad expired, being returned by acclamation,
Cli&Irraan Wblte and Secretary Rob-
ei*tn, wero both re-elected, and tho
sumo committees us Inst year will carpi' un tbe business of the board.
Tlie board .passed tho estimates tor
tho year, the nanio being $400 great-
er than tho amount of $33,000 passed
last year.
DKCID.ES   AT  <JK>EJtAL   HEETOiG   VOX  TO  AFFILIATE
WITH ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF t.ASTKIO BRITISH
COM MJilA, BOT WIL1. KNDK.mMt TO FOHM
sum.wt body nniuN district
WILL SEND MINERAL DWFLAV TO SOUTHWEST
minim; convention and I xtknd invitation
' Iteifiilar    Monthly    Meeting    l,un»'ly
Atteitdi'ii Tuesday-- -.Mrs. Chalmers Delivers Add rest.
Poultrymen Are
Getting Active
[onicers Tullnir I iMitlilirnlilc In Ion.I
In the llcOrirunl/allon of One-
Time Ver, Arlltv llodj
Will Place Boforc Canadian Pacific Railway Companj the Importance of Eroding a lintel Here to fore ior tho lucrease
in Tourist Traffic Assured (or Cranbrook—Transportation
Committee Asked to Look Into Questiou oi Increased Train
Service and Report ut Annual Meeting i» be Held Very
Soon—Many Important Matters are IMscussed.
Pniiil*.   In   Various   llHIslon.s   Know
Their SUiiillnir—Uleniluno
Was Very Onotl
Tlie school reports for the month of
January havo heen made ii|> and aro
as follows:
Entrance rills*
Lena Brof*nii, Robert Denton, Robert Kakln. Mao Kirklnnd, .lames Logan, Angus MaoDonalcl. Clyde Mackinnon, Iron.- McNeil. Stanley Moffat, Charlie Mtlssir, Ollvo Simpson,
Wllraa Stovcnson, James Taylor, Ethel Williams, Qnrilon Woodman. Albert
Urady.
Dlrlslon S.
Perfect Attendance.—Christie Blaln,
Joe Belanger, Tdltli Clarke, Mildred
Clarke. Alex Ca.-idy, Nora Kinky.
Nora Homo. Marion Henderson, l/iu-
ise Kolsoy. Dorothy MoKuwau, Helen
Miloler. Esther McCnbo, Alex Nlsbet.
Itosa Pascuzzo, Kthvnrd Spence, Kr-
uest South, Hestor Thompson, Mamie
Washington.
No Enrolled, :is.
A   WOODLAND,
IHi Mon .1.
No. of iMijdls enroled. :M: percent*,
ago of attendance D2.65.
Class Standing:
Class  l. Tr>  per cent,  nml over—
Margaret Johnson, Joe Uroguu, Wll-
Continued on 1'agc Throe
ntlPU SIGHT DANCE 0,'
1, HUES' U XII.I Wll, NOVl'l.TV
Tho P'riday n!giii dance of Ihe l-n-
dics' Auxiliary of lho real War Veterans' Association, nils another nov-
eliy success, being the Leaii Year
dance ot tho season. The usual order
was reversed and the gentlemen wore
The re-organl-yitlou of the Poultry
anil Pet Stock Association under tholr
wldo awnko I'resldene Cooper and eu-
thuslustlo secretary, Mr. Kelly, aro
aiming for grout tilings in tbe poultrjj
world this coming season.
1110 j Solzlug the advantage of Mrs. Chal-
l,r>'' mors' visit to lhe city that lady kind*
:    The rogulnr monthly mcottng of tho
[ Women's   institute  nn   Tuesday  was
(largely attended lu order to litar Mrs.
n. W. Chnlmora of Thrums, u.c.
! district    member    of    the    Adv
1 Hoard, which has rcoenlly been laid |,,. oonscntcd mmn special roqtlost I"
aside by lhe slll.orllitondcnl  of Instl- j ,,,„„,, .,„ ,|,c ,|t||,.y mmw (jf k00„.
following Instruction.! from lhc| |,,K ,K,„|lry.   MrB CWmen ls tt ,,„„,.
try export anil has had a wldo expert*
one of Uie most active centres iu Brlttsb Columbia, Also, it
should prove conclusively that American capital 1ms Ms eyes on
ibis rich Province and is ready to invest und develop the as
yot untouched portions of Uta Province ii ii can be shown that
tlu- opportunities nr available, ami Cranhroolt antl district can
very easily tlo all this.
II Is estimated live thousand saw-mills In the Southern United toil StatcB will discontinue operations within the next three
years according to a statement maile recently by Colonel Henry
Graves, chief forester of tho United States Pores! Service, which
Is a startling reminder, says "Conservation," a Dominion Governmeni publication, thai t lu- Umber rosoui s of America are
Unlimited,    The men who openly scoffed al Ilie Idea of such tle-
pletion occurring al all are beiiin rudely nkakonod and a national """"" "' b*ol,",or """»"'■
,,       .    ,   , ,,       ,      .., ,   .   , ., Tbe   proceeds   alnouuloil   I,
foroni policy is being considered with unusual interest in tit"
l.lilted Slates, which means thai even more of the lumbermen
of lhe Stales will lie looking Ibis way for timber by Whldl Ihey
can continue iu their business.
The Importance of the lumber Industry In tin- economic life
of Canada Is Btrlklngly shown in a recent bulletin of tho Dominion Bureau, of Statistics, Among the ureal manufacturing
Rrottps. the lumber Industry holds fourth place in furnishing
employment, and lirst place in tola! payments of labor.
The figures for 11117 show a total capital investment of
nearly $150,000,000. und a wage and salary list aggregating
nbout 57,000 people with payments amounting lo nearly $10,-
000,000. The total value of lhe output for the year is pluccd at
$115,884,905. This ligttrc includes the value of lumber, lath.
shingles, pulpwood and miscellaneous products.
In value of production during 11)17, British Columbia occupied the leading place, with Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick,
Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and Prince Edward Island following in the order named.
In the amount of lumber cut, though not In lis value, tliis
Province has displaced Ontario as Ihe premier Province. The
cut for llrltlsh Columbia for 1917 wus 1-:.' billion board feet, nnd
for the latter 1-1 billion. Increasing ascendency of British Columbia in this respect may be expected, since tlie Province contains approximately half the merchantable saw timber of Ilie
Dominion. The while pine cut of Ontario has diminished very
considerably, due to depletion nf virgin supplies, und an incrcas-
187 r,o.
which wilt provide refreshments for
the tlrst 0.W.V.A, Annual ball on Feb
ruury 18,
>hn Oliver, who
Heard was nol
ttlto
Hon.. the I'remul1
maintains the AdA
legally constituted.
Tho members of the institutes aro
highly indignant at this attitude and
feel that this attitude Is au effrontery
to the members of t
ontlrc   membership
Institutes who elected them to olllce.
The whole trouble arose from the
request of the Advbory Hoard thai
Institutes chooso their own secretary of InstUntoti iiisto.t.i ->f being ap-
ence ImiIIi In B.C. and elsewhere, and
having gained many distinctions.
From her ranch nt Thrums, B.C.,
hundreds  of chicks and  eggs  have
. been shipped, nnd hor close study onboard ami tho ablcs her to give at first  hand the
' ",0 Women's a-,-, anil the donts of poultry k
, hig.
, Hor lecture on Tuesday evening was
attentively listened to by past and
I present Interested poultry keepers.
Tlto hf.-h cost of leod wus shown to
iocp
pointed by tha minister of agriculture, bo no real necessity for dispensing
und that thc present secretary of Wo- with the flock, but a closer applioat-
men's Institutes for llrltlsh Columbia.! |„„ „f n,,, si„jj. c,f conditions of cans"
und effect There were as many ladles
I present as of tho sterner sex and with
! tho lantern views to lllu- trate It was
considered a highly profitable hour
had been sponl. A vote of thanks was
accorded Mrs. Chalmers by Messrs.
Harvey nnd A. B. Smith, who spoke
highly of the talk and of the sacrifices
of the s;-eaktr in leaving her home
► help her countrymen hy tlir. benelll
rs. V. S. McUohlan. is incllieielll and
very unsatisfactory.
Tho cranbrook Institute have had
several causes of complaint of core*
lessnes ■. particularly 0f not. having
Miss Farrows lecture on tbe V. 0. M.
IHstrriet Nurse, when the local Institute was f.wakcubu Interest in district
nursing.
Resolutions were unanimously passed and will be duly forwarded asking 0f her experiences.
for the re-lnstatemei.t ot tho advisory.   .\ business mooting followed tho lee*
board and tbo resignation of the score* tare, the ladies retiring.
tary for the Women's B. C. Institutes ^^_.	
Tilt    membors    are    determined lo I Ull.fl WKLt'AKE AMI
havo no parly politics In their lnstl-; TrBEHfirLOSIS DISCUSSED
tuto affairs and would rather disband;	
than submit to matters us Ihey now On Monday ovoning ot the Parish
stand. It is very probable a special [ Hall, nn address, Illustrated by lan-
meotiug wll be called for further con-,torn views, was delivered liy Mrs. It.
slderation aud to arrive ut a decision, w. Chnlmora of Thrums. B.C.. dealing
Ai yesterday's meetiug, presidedU-m, child Welfare and Tuberculosis,
over by Mrs. F. Constantino, vice-pros*]The Itev. Sinclair kindly loaned the
ident, In tbe absence of Mrs. Leaman. I lantern and manipulated the screen.
through illness, there wen manyU>r whose courtesy tho Women's In-
piemen! features. : 5tltutc. under whose auspices Iho lee-
Mrs. Chalmers was a guesl of Uiehuro took Place, are heartily grateful
oBlcom of tho association at a dinner! Although not large, the audience
arranged lu her honor nt the Cran- WM ,,n Intelligent ono and thank-
brook hotel Tuesday evening. ivoro extended to tho speaker.
AOltMTl.TUt.tl. IMPEDIMENT
JOHNS WILL X0T ACCEPT
PLACE OX POLICE EOBCE
SCHOOL HKHK EEIIDIAIIV 17	
In another column of the Herald to-
Au Agricultural experiment School ■ day It Is stated John John-., former
is to hi conducted here on February patrolman, would accept the place of
17 to il. nnd the sessions will be held patrolman ofTered blm by the Police
in lho (Irent War Veterans' ball and Commissioners at tholr last mooting
schools. I bul It bas since developed tiiat Oreat
The school Will be given under the War Veterans want tbo place for a re-
auspices of tho faculty of till B C. till nod man. and Mr.Johns will not nc-
I'nlvcr-ity of Vancouver, eopl the position.
gycoMnsr or c.P.fi.
FHOM M1LITA11Y SCHOOL TO DOMESTIC   BCONOMV-A   L.H8BON   IN DRBAD AND CONTBCTlONEItV
While the attoudanco at the general meeting of tlie t'ran-
j brook Board of Trade Friday evening, held in the Clly Hall, wns
| not as large as was desired because of other important meetings
conflicting, the meeting was representative and much business
of importance was discussed and disposed of,
The meeting was called by President Spreull mainly tor the
purpose of acting upon au invitation from the Associated Boards
|of Trade of Eastern British Columbia to the Oranbrook board,
requesting the local board to affiliate with the Associated body.
After considerable discussion, it was deemed Inadvisable
lo altiillale wilb lhe Associated Boards, aud il was decided thai
a campaign would be made in this section to lorm an Associated
body within the district, but that the Associated Boards of Trade
of Eastern British Columbia be advised by the secretary of the
local board thai every co-operation would be given iu any endeavor tending lor the betterment of conditions in the Interior.
President Spreul .when the meeting was opened, called for
the reading of the minutes ol the previous meeting which were
approved and followed up by the reading of the minutes of the
Executive committee, which latter showed the executive had
been very active and Had transacted a large amount of business of importance to the city aud district.
A letter was read from Hon. Dr. King regarding the question of the location of a government building and laud ofllce in
Cranbrook and the miuister staled the mailer was receiving
careful consideration at the bands of the Government and the
architect had been requested to prepare an estimate of the cost
of such a structure.
Chairman Beattie of the Agricultural committee thought
the board should get active in its endeavors to secure irrigation for the districts requiring this aid and work more strenuously to bring this important matter into being.
Committeeman Kink of the Roads committee, in the absence
of Chairman W, il. Wilson, detained from the meeting because
of a meeting of the school trustees, outlined the work accomplished by the committee; that the committee, co-operting with
Fernie, Golden, Windermere and Creston, had taken a page advertisement in the Blue Book, lie stated a meeting would be
held at Fernie Wednesday, February 4. Mr. Fink also informed
the board members that Creston had extended the Cranbrook
delegation a most hospitable time on their recent visit to that
place and lie was of the opinion the visit was productive of good
results; Creston was enthused over the publicity program for
the district and later on the Creston board will come here as
gusts of tlie local board.
When the question of affiliating with the Associated Boards
of Trade of Eastern British Columbia was called up by President
Spreull. .1. Y. Fink spoke in favor of affiliating and was of the
opinion more could be accomplished through having the co-operation of lhe larger body; Crcston's experience had convinced
lilm it would lie the wise thing to do. Mr. Guirnont supported
Mr. Fink's motion and a general discussion followed, many advancing their views regarding the proposition, but the vote disclosed that the suggestion of Mr. Beattie that au Associated
board lie formed within the district appealed almost unanimously to those present.
Member Beattie then outlined his idea of the formation of
the Districl Associated Boards and was of the opinion tills matter could be easily accomplished through greater activity on the
part of tlie board. He suggested holding a meeting at some place
in the near future to which all members of boards should be Invited anil the question discussed; Ihat a general Invitation be
extended all citizens to attend the gathering.
Mr. Beattie also called to the attention of the board the expense to which the physicians had been put to because of the
Influenza epidemic last year; how loyally they had worked to
comliai thi- epidemic and in his opinion Ihe Government should
pass such legislation as would place the disease upon tbe same
plane as small pox or similar diseases anil the Government stand
the expense. A resolution will be sent to the Hon. Dr. King
requesting him lo bring the matter before the government as
outlined by Mr. Beattie.
Mr. lleatiie also brought before the board the action of thc
Retail Lumbermen's Association in Winnipeg, which passed a
resolution asking the Dominion Government to place an embargo on lumber leaving Canada. He was of Ihe opinion this
action, if favorably considered liy the Government, would bring
a harhsip upon lumber interests and asked that a resolution lie
passed and sent to Ihe Government al Ottawa protesting against
such an embargo.    Unanimously approved.
The Transportation committee was requested to investigate
further the question of Increased train service and report nt the
next meeting of the board after conferring with officials of the
Canadian Pacltlc Railway Company.
Member Gulmont wanted to sec Improvement in the hotel
facilities in Cranbrook; tourists were eager to come this way
(Continued on VseJ, Three,) THE    I: KAN UKO Ok    HER ALU
Thursday. February .1, lft-.il
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jowelera s, opt Irian-
Next to lit" Pofliorflce.
THE VALUE OF MONEY
Money —ready money is an essential in every
line of business—mercantile or farming. Wise
farmers build up Savings Accounts, which
enable them to purchase for cash.
A Savings Bank Account with this Bank
assures ready money when needed. Interest
paid at current rate. m
IMPERIAL BANK
TWEMTI *EAB8  A 0 0
Extracts from the Oranbrook
Herald of this date, 1809
OP CANADA
Cranbrook Branch,
Si.li- A.-,m.V .1 Kin.
15. 15. Howard, Manager.
Ok Cranbrook fierald
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; Next  SllliibljV  Services   I bfll   I'or.
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CRANBHOOK, IlllITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY  fi, 11120
MORE IIOOI) NEWS KOIt
CRANBROOK
It etui now lie definitely stated Umi lhe deal for lhe large
trad of timber on ihe Moyle
River hns been consummated
whereby American capital, as-
sociated with Canadian lumbering interests, has pinned its
faith in this section.
This is good news I'or C'ran-
brook, for the reason thai lhe
big works will he in close proximity to ihis city near Walls-!
hurt-, nml Cranbrook, ihe natural trading centre I'or this sec-j
lion should reap hig benefits
through the coming of the new
and important industry.
This is hut one of lhe proposed bin Industries which lias for
some time been llirling wiih
Ihis rich Beclion of the richest
of ihe Provinces of the Dominion in undeveloped, resources,
anil ihe Spring should witness
the greatesi activity in the history tuf ihe city.
The demand for houses in
tlie city already exceeds lhe
supply, ii is said, and trading
in really is already experiencing a revival, whicli is a good
omen for lhe fin ure.
Tlie Herald hopes ere long
to he able to announce even
greater things than ihose contained in tho news columns of
the home paper today.
It behooves every citizen at
this time to suppori the Board
of Trade iu its program I'or thc
yenr a program which if carried out would bring this see-
lion into such prominence in
the oultsde world as il has not
heretofore enjoyed.
There is no disputing the assertion Ihat the avenue is open.
It's Urn duty of all to gel active.
million c
ties iliirln-* the
th, church hav
gronl .problem
faced, mnl tin
church mad ■
odist church
making ii< mi
S Inl loi
th. service.*
noxl Sutidtt!
Iniuioilliil-ly
clii I Drive
church of r
four
rest Ls being cnulcicil in
il ih,. Method'ol church
February sth. lho ilny
.receding lho lilt- Kiuiiii*
ii which iho McthntlUt
ili'la Is sooklu;; to raise
1 ,.rs.   Various nctlvl-
liest throe t ths. ot
boon iircsontoil.   The
of today have boon
roslionslhilllv  of  lho
ear.   The locnl Motrins fucctl hor laslt ot
rlbution io iho movo-
•I'lli:  KTKIIMI.  MAUIIAIiEXE"
is Tiimi.i.ivi. Tiiiiuii.iiiirr
"Tbo Elomnl Mmgdnone," tho Oold*
wyn nlcturlstntton of Uobort McLaughlin'-, futnnun play, which in tha attraction nt tbo Hex theatre, Friday
ami Saturday, contnlns iho dual el*
'oniontrt of ii powerful human drama
lootacb —a story of tbo
■ theme touches nit civ*
REGRETTABLE ERROR
ment.   The chiircb bus  ■tain s|ilrl-
tnnl objectives lo which sho is *lrlv-
int: to attain 1 tho rostilU1 up to
(Into .-ire eitccouraiging,
'I'he offeel of the cnmnnlgn in tho
locnl church is clearly visible. Splendid congregations arc assembling, and
grout interest In die movement has
already boen demonstrated, which
augurs well for lho Financial Drive
which begins on Monday next.
Seven tennis of canvasser1! have
been appointed and a thorough canvass will ho inniio. Tho programme
of sorvlccs for Sunday next are as follows:
lo.lf, a.m.- Old fashioned love feast.
A hearty Invitation Is extended I i tiio
public ln gonorul.
11 n.m. - I>ivim Service Subject:
"Argumonl  on  Redemption."
12 noon.—Sabbath school. Will oil
tiio parent.* do tbelr best lo have their
children iirosent1.'
7.00 p.m.1—Divine Service. Subject
of adtlresn: "The Nation's Uron; lull."
To tie followed hy the Snrramont of'
• he Lord's Blippor.
A hearty Invitation Is extended to
the public io attend the services.
ami a groat I
moment, wboi
mention,
Elijah Uradsbnw (Cileries linlton)
sets oui Willi others to roform his city
and drive out the BCnrli I women. Hut
ho discovers thnt his own daughter
(Mungnrot Mnrsli) lias mado a confession io hor mother, und the haughty
father orders her out of his homo,
There comes to him in bis slutnbf.r
the Mugihilene. und silently ho leads
blui out where ho mny po the misery
his reforms arc lo' bring ahout. He
so(s ids entire family crushed by oae
tilow after number. And ns tho hand
of lhe Magdalene leads lllm on. charity litids lis way Into his heart. He
relents as adversity strikes at blm.
He reuses himself to Ond the Mnlg-
iluletie gone. But bo has learned:
"Lot lllm, wlio is without sin. cast the
lirst stono."
oold Commlsll-nior Armstrong wn*
in the clly Tuesday,
Rov. Proounler In hi services lu lho
Christ church Sunday.
The sldewwill. mi Baiter lull Is
rapidly   Hearing  completion.
Hurry McVittle and Mr. McBride
came in from Fori Steele Monday,
A sou was born lo I'ouductnr Lowe
and who Tuisiliiy evening of tills
wool:.
I (loorge lloggarlli, ihe gootl-nntitrotl
llOtol prliieo of Kllui. was in town on
I Monday.
Editor Koelor ef Ilie Fort Steele
I Prospector, paid rrunbrook n visit
I lust week.
It. I. llenllle ntnl A. 11. draco have
been rouppoliito.il license commissioners for Oils district,
M. Mclnnes has returned home
from Alberta. He was instrumental
In securing tlto services of Mr. Iloss
for tbo Cranhrook schools,
There is a new clerk al the home
of W. II. Hill. He Is a HItlo young
for his work yet. us he arrived on
Monday of last wook. bat he Is n
.sturdy chap and gives grout promise of lho future.
I1KSI I1I1IKS  IIOU   ATTAINED
hvowi.nici: or the tioeii
(lllson  Wiltctt-s.  wlio wrote lhe seo-
nario of ituth Roland's now Pathe
serial. 'The Tiger's Troll," which will
hi shown Monday and Tuesday ai the
Rox theatre explained to a friend
how be attained tbo Intimate knowledge of the Tiger und Ills habits,
whieh is mnnlfost in the many scenes
in which tin lordly jungle monarch
figures,    during    tlie   Jilcturo, "I
have traveled In India." said .Mr. Wll*
lots, " und nt one tlmo I spent some
tlmo visiting ihe Prince of Baroda.
tie bus a great collection of captive
Tlgi rs,   In   fuel,  captive   Tigers   seem
to bo :i fiol among the Indian princes.
It was grouily Interested in the tigers nml ibe Prlneo, noticing ibis,
gave me the run of tho /.on nml finally
allowed mo lo go with him on u tiger
bunt. Wi pursued lhe mini Indian
stylo of hunting tigers on lhe bucks
of elephants uud throe were taken
alive ou this (rip, I havo Incorimrnt*
ed several of the Incidents of Ibis ox-
iiihum Into The Tiger's Trail.'"
M.H   I'llttXW VI   UITI HUT
I'ICTIIIIES SKII IIEII IIV   HEX!
sign
li was not lhe Intention of
the Herald in its editorial mention lasl week of lhe propositi
of the Cranhrook Electric
l.ighi Company to increase its
lighting rates, io misrepresent
iln1 proposition, an error occurring which is regretted,
We Intended ta say ihul lhe, Munngoi
company's petition was lo 111- eeasftil ..o
crease the rate from IS to 22ling uu a
cents per kilowatt hour, whanItho output
the figures were "in io 22."       service, tli
An official of iho company in "More
has called to our attention this
error, and we hasten lo make
a correction, lie stated at the
same lime that the manufacture of electricity since the electric plant was Installed here I ..f,ABr, Rr -.„.. «.-ip.-
has not been a profitable bust-    (ASCAJii,.£i **£-.,	
ness;   no  dividends  hud  been! tfHILK YOU BLEEP
paid antl only a "paper" prolit
PET CORNS
Few Drops of "Fre.«oin," Then Lit
Corn   Klghi Off
\ t'nv Imitli' nf "Kreozone" cost* io
little* ni hiiv ilnig rtorei apply
Impi
ill;.I   li
witli
few
>nll in. "IiiMunt-
tn|,s liiirtiiiy. then f+liortly you lift
in or L'lilltti riylit off
Truly.    No liiiin.iii;,'!
<*mttlk brd mmsu iiootr
TO III; IIKKR NEXT TillFHSDAI
P. Stuort-WliJ'to's brilliant English
PiuitomlUG, "Litlli Hod Hilling Hood,"
will bo Uio uitnii'iitm nt fiie Auditorium 'tn Thursday, February 12th.
Tills l» Mr. Wliyte's fourth annual
Importation from Kngland nnd it is
snld to surpass jn every wny Iiis
threo formor pfferlngs, "Aladdin,"
"Hohinson Crusoe" and "Cinderella,"
This ha.-, boon made possible hy the
comln of lieiu'o nnd the rcleiwe of
m«ny of tho foremost pantomiuo ar-
tlsta who wore either iu the army or
tloil up with wur worlt. Thon again,
tho Parisian costiiiw-R arc back <>n the
job, iind many examples of tlieir
dainty artistry aro to bo seen among
the gorgeous gowns worn hy the oast
and chorus.
'ilu-t.i
i, i;. Mm;its to take rr
nit(.AM/AIIO\ WOllh nut
I.IHKIMI.S: KOIt.HEItl.V HERE
J. 13, Meyois, until last weok sr'.-re-
tury to tlir Minister of Works In ihe
Provincial Government, Hon Dr. King
if this city. I.as resigned, according to
•i telegram received from the emiht.
:mt has hit Victoria fur Vancouver,
when   ho will take up his new tjisk
*\ People prefer pills,
r provided prompt anil
proper performance
proves promise.
Beecham's Pills are
used by people all
ovtr tlie globe and
have the la'frest ki-Ii-
of any medicine in
the world!
seercta.'.* li
(ht
organlzlti
- brnnci
the federal
ant
provlncln
libera
BOcIatloiiK
Dye Old, Faded
Dress Material
"Diamond Dye»" Make Shabby Apparel
Styllth and New—So Eaiy Too.
PILLS
Don't worry about perfect ret-ulti.
\'m* "Dlumonil Dyes," guaranteed to give
a new, rich, fatleiesa color t" any fnitric,
whether wool, - ilk, linen, cotton or mixed
pooiK—drense*. blouses, ntiH*kingn, skirts,
children's coats, draperip.-.,—everything!
A direction Bool; i* in tmckag...
To iiuitrli any mutf-mil, have dealer
•.how you "Diamond Di/c" Color Card.
rt'ethoroll has
V nro Inform*
ou Intel for th,. creiun of
»* iho new Fnmoun I.nsky
Prst being Kthal ninytnn
Deadly   Than   th-J   Male,'
, which promlsos to be ns
io: Its title Implies, Thi
lie hmiki'd for Wednesday
■ .tay. Kebrti'iry II and 12.
convincing
. Rtiracttoi.
and Thurs-
' $600.00was shown hist year;
that competent men were in
charge and ii was found upcps-
sary to increase (he rates In
Uie face of higher costs for labor and material in order to
make both ends meet.
It is indeed unfortunate that
these conditions exist for, if
the rate is increased, Cranbrook will have little to offer iu
this respect to newcomers, for
pure water and cheap light and
fuel are always foremost iu the
minds of Ihose seeking new locutions.
ll is to be hoped the company will lind some way out of
the difficulty soon ami that in
a short time ('ranbrook will he
iu the enjoyment of as low, If
not a lower rate, as prevails
elHewhere.
For   (Jlek   Headache,   Sour   Stomach,
Sluggish Liver and Boweli—
Take Caacarets tonight.
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sulto'. tilt lit mid Miserable Head-
aciiw come from a torpid liver and
clogged liowels, wliloli cause your stoin<
hi . to hcenniu tilhil wltll iiniligj»t«l
fond, which sours and ferments like gar-
.>.■■_■" in o swill barrel That's the Urn
-i |i ut uiiitdd nilwry—Indigestion, (ou!
ipiaoB. had hrentti, yellow skin, mental
fnara, everything that in horrible and
nauseatinb, A Oascarct to-night will
giro your constipated bowels n thorough
cleansing and straighten you out by
morning, Tlwy work whit© you alwp—
a lo^wtit Iwix from your druggist will
ktx-p you   (i-.ling gutd for months.
Milfl'ui; VI'IO> OF THK MTV l»F
FKAMIKOOK
COUHT OF IIFVISION
PUBLIC NOTICK |fi hereby given
that the Court of Revision for the purpose of dceliling upon any complaints
which may ho made again Ht the Assessment Roll as prepared by thc Clly
Assessor, will sit In the Council Chamber at It) a.m, on Monday, February
9th, 1920, and not the 8th, as slated
on the assessment notices.
T. M. ROBERTS,
city clerk and Assessor,
Cranbrook, B. C.,
Jan, 20, 1920.
l-L'2-3t
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
II AN VV
IWlNTKIt SI'OHTS CARNIVAL
February 2ml In l.'iili. III2I)
II.iii-.|iI.I Shirts Kill. -Jml. Ill-Ill
I'lirnliil Sinn. Kil.. ;ili, 1020
I.'1'   ii-  -*ii|i|ily you  U'llli  .vnur next
lllltl-r KalllH Imii!.:*    Wfl llllVII II com-
pleto  llll'' nml  liriOOB mi1 in.  law uh
Hie out-uf-tuwu fellow will dive you.
The ..riabrook Herald.
NOTICE  Til  OHNKIts OK 1I00S
IN TIIK IITV OK CRAIOMOOK
1 Imve just roi'elveil Ilie 1020 dug
tans umi Hll doR nwnprs in tile City
nf Crnnbrook enn obtain tlir- name nl
my offleo In the City lull.
Tilt, doK lax by-law will bo Btrlelly
enferreii.
P. ADAMS.
ciiicfnr Pollco
Cranbrook, B, c..
Jnnunry 22, 1020
l-22-:il
HnnlT't1, Fnlllijiin Tob.iKBiui Slltlo 0,|it>u
-ill tbe linn Swimming in tbo ii il
Sulpilinr Pi Ik. Hookey, .ski lumping, Snowsboolng, Trap Shooting,
Dancing every nlglit.
Comfortable    lioiei    accomodation.
Mako oynr roseryatloue early.
Cull  Details rrom any
I iiiiiiilliin I'neliie Aaeiit. or
J. K. runt Tlill.
Illslrlrt    l'ii»-cnm'r   Agent.   Calgary.
Montana Restanranl
Xrah al All Hours
Cigars, Cigarette! aad Candy
CKANBROOK STREET.
Opposite tbe Bank ot Commerce
It yon wunl news while II uewt,
subscribe, tor tbt Herald.
TIIK IIOMK IIAKGRV
Kohl. Frane, Prop.
IYi-kIi llri'iitl, I'nki's, I'les
mul I'astrr
Phone IT
Norberj An.      Opp City Hall
^pHE Demand Will Exceed the
A Output —Place Your Order
Now!
The Ford Company advise that,
on account of the shortage of raw
material, they entertain no hope of
supplying the demand for Ford
Cars during the coming season.
Our allotment of cars will be
small compared with the demand
that will exist in this territory. In
order to obtain this allotment it
will be necessary to show the Ford
Company the actual orders.
As Ford Dealers in this district
we are anxious to serve the community to the best of our ability.
By placing your order now you will
assure yourself of getting your car
at a later date.
THE HANSON GARAGE
Dealers      Cranbrook
don't
ship your furs
' i..'.-.".'. '    .- - " ...«,..._*. itiTTT-i. .:il ..:■. .::::!■ ........ :l_.
Breaded Chops
Without Eggs
.Mr:-,   ri.   lias   Riven   us  a   ihmv   use
, i'or I'ucllta Milk—Broaden Veal Chops
J anil t'ullets.
I Sim flrsl dips lho chip In Pacific
Milk and then In dried bread crumbs,
re|»oatng till sul^oiont tpinntlty is a.i-1
boring,   Cook in tho usual way.
I Tills saves ogt:s and .Mrs_ S——
says tin; chops nro roally much nicer
this way.   Try tliom.
I
PACIFIC MILK CO.,
I.IMITKD
Kuilnrj nt Uiliii-r, II. (.
A It HIV Al. AMI DKPARTURE
OF TRAINS
Nn. it; Nn. ni
pull)1 Dally
UM*. ii.m. .\r. Cranhrook Lv. 4.1.*. p.m.
12.25 p.m. l.v. rntnliiiinK Ar. t.iir. p.m
Train s:::: will loavi for Klmberley
dolly i-\ f. i Sunday :u 1 It, and trulti
s.M will arrive trom Klniborley dully
,■■.. i-i1! Sunday nl 2.111 p.m.
Kootenay Central Branch no change.
 Jei»20A.B.S.7U«.   _     _...,	
unless the bundle is tagged to'^huberf
The Highest Prices Ever Known
Hut's What You'll Get from "SHUBERT"
HZ WANS 'IM MOW-AMD WU FAY THE PUCE TO GET *EM
limn.urgeI miuRK
ll-»**a..'--*MI«i*«To..t..>l
MARTEN
     -   , MtlMEOIUH I   N«lSHALL   I     Nil      1
||M.t1a..l.Ml|l«H.TO.W.,llnt..tOAVIH«.l|m»*T-,V[.**l[..Ta.i||,q^^*)l
Fumd
LilK
Fumd
TEST
Brown
Pile
D.rk
1200.00 groan]
1S0.MIo100.00
75.00 to 50.00
100.00 to 80.00
75.00 te 80.00
50.00 to MM
150.00lo 100.00185.00 to 65.001 50.001* 40.00
75.00 te 60.00150.00 to 40.00 35.00 In 28.00
45.00 te 35.00 30.00 te 26.00 25.00 lo 20.00
75.00 to 60.00150.00 te 40.00 35.00 to 28.00
55.00 lo 45.00 40.00 te 30.00 26.00 to 22.00
KM tt 30.00128.00 te 24.00120.00 to 18.00
50.00 lo 25.00
35.00to20.00
25.00 lo 15.00
35.00IO 20.00
26.00IO 15.00
20.00lolZ.00
MINK
Flnt,Dark
Usual Color
Coait
40.00 !e 32.00
30.00 to 25.00
22.00 le 16.00
2»«le 22.00 20.00 to 16.00
20X01* 17.00 115.00 to 13.00
15.00 to 13.00   12.00 lo 10.00
15.00 lo 13.00
12.00 tu 10.00
8.00 to 7.00
15.00 lol.OO
12.00106.OO
8.00 te 4.00
MUSKRAT
Spring
Winter
U0le7J)0
6JMte5JO
tia to 5.50    5.00 to 3.75
5.00 te 4.00    3.50 le 2.75
350 te 2.75
UO te 1.75
3.00 to 2.00
2 JO lol JO
Then extremely high prices for Britiah Colombia Furs are based en thc well-
known "SHUBERT" liberal gredlof and are quoted for immediate shipment.
No. 3, Ho. 4 end otherwise Inferior skins at highest market value. Ship
your Furs now—when we want 'em You'll get "mere money" and get it
"quicker" too.
"SHUBERT** RETURNS WILL MAKE YOU HAPPY
SHIP  TODAY-AND   KEEP 'EM   COMING   FAST
(HIP   All    YOUR    FURS     OIRFCT    TO
A.B.SHUBERT -
THEtAMESTHOUSE/NTHEWRlD LW/N6 EXCLUSIVELY IN
NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS
924 Donald Si Dept. 218    Winnipeg Canada
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
IIKPATOI-Aromoves llnll Slonoi
corroels A|i|ienillollla In ;'t liours
Miiinmi iinlil. Itoglstored nndor
Pure I food ami Drug Aol, liltlil
Snt,, MitiMifnclitror
IHIS.   (II'O,   S.   At,IAS
Hus 1117:1 '.'im llh In1, s.
Siiskiiliiiin, Sa-k.
jl^l l;^iii.;l:   [j-Itt;   i;-;if::n.r:;Tr.,-.:..'     .m ::^ :::"[:■■:.■-:.r-.-i:':::1 '.■".
REMEMBER THE SUBSCRIPTION
PRICE OF THE HERALD REMAINS
THE SAME-ONLY $2 PER YEAR
•J?*.-*,
mm
CHAN. S.  PAItKUK
Korwerdlng anil  Distributing
Agent fur
l.rlbhrldge ttt GreeahlU Coal
Imiirrlul llll Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cars a Specialty
IIiiijIiil' mnl   I'liiiislVtrliit?
Olten proiniit attention
Phone 11
IJKT THAT 01.11 HtlCSK
FIXED Ul' BKFOIIK IT FALLS
DOWN OB GIVE US A CON-
TRACT TO BRIM) TOD A
KF.W ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
I'hone II or l»     P.O. Bet Mt Thursday, February 5, 1020
THI.    CHANBHOOk    II Kit A 1,11
i' A 1.1:   r ii ii i; t
I
SCHOOL REPORTS
(Continued from Page Ono)
\*\o Selby, Mllliin Jackson, Chester
Roberts.
Class -. BO per *--l*jit. and .ovor-
Nurmnn 1'nrker. Trilby llejiel, Ititu
MoBurnuy, Daisy Wliittokor* Amy
Williams. James Malone, ftlwartl
Whlto, .Miuviin.i Horle, Konn Cliaso,
Frank Roy, Archlo Plnloy.
cIubh :t. so por cont, to GO por run.
—Clifford K* BBy, Marlon Aichlaon,
Malcolm Brogan, Ueunlo Murgatroyd,
siiliii'y Jonob, Pnllclt Konnedy, Flor-
enco Oad, Mnrguorllo Slarrltl, Andy
CasBtuY,
Class I. tnui'M* .'iii per p. nt. Jack
Dixon, Melville LotiBlc, Wllholmlnn
Wnmiwiiuiii. Millie Taylor, Oonrge
Cfllomnn.
Aba oni KsiIht Clmloudor, Joan |
Wnrd. Moryl Canon. Lilly Hawkins,
I't'l'feel     Alli hiliiiii'i'    .liie     ltroi;an.
Malcolm Urogan, Andy Cassldy, Jack
Dixon, Ari'hie Plnloy, Margaret Hor-
lo,  Lillian Jacktnn,  Margarot  John-
HUM,   Patrick  Keiitieily.  .(nines  Miilulic.
Ronnie Mugatroyd, Normnu Parker, I
ciiMtor Robert*, Wlllo Selby, Margn-
orltn Starritt, Rillto Taylor, Edward
White. Daisy. Whlttnker, Amy Williams. Sidney Junes. Trilby Rebel.
1. M. HOWARD.
IHii-.|..ii I.
Perfect Attendance—EaJiol Atohts- j
on. Annie Bagley, Kay Beech, Mary!
Beattie Ivy Dezal, Julia Frost, Henry QodderiB, Manguorlte Qoddoris,:
Hilly Green, Lornn Jordon, Margaret
Macdonald, Suma Maigawa. Jessie
Melnnls, Irene Mueller. Kenneth Parrett, Robert Pelton, Cyrus Pow, Arthur Shankland, Alice Stevenson,
Et-ale Willis. Roscoo MoCabo, Beatrice
Rliitii, Edwin Jocks, Doris Broks.
Percentage of Attendance—91.36.
S. D. WHITE,
Division ;"».
Honor Roll—Tom Marshall, Ronnie
Haynes, Ray Brown. Catherine Har-
r(BonMJnck Cummlngs, Bvanda Voung.
Perfect Attendance—Ralph Bagley,
Helen Brlggs, Jessie Brown, Graham'
Dale, David Frame. Jack Genest. Malcolm Harris, Sherman Harris, Catherine Harrison, Cyril Harrison. Jack
Henderson, Hazel Jackson, Nettie
Johnson, Tom Masiu-.ll. Millard Simpson, Ethel Speers, Willie Spence,
Madeline Woodman, Elizabeth Miler.
M.  I.. I'ARTWRIUHT.
Miss  Stara Clinton,  iu  "Red  Riding
Hood." ut the Auditorium Theatre  Thursday.  February  12.
ston, Lowell McCoy, Nollle Miler, Elsie   Parker,  Gurnet   Patmore,  Leitch
Patterson, Wilfred Pocock, Mary Ran-
kins. Norma Slirtoos, Rltu Strachnn.
13. ANDERSON.
IHvlslon II.
Honor Roll-
Class A.—James Datzlel, Leng Leo.j
Marlon Kummer, Harry Heise, Margaret  Murdock, Marlon  Wfllllams.
Class B.—John Motcaffe, Harriet I
Home. Berth- McDonald, George Pel-1
ton, Birthal Benson, Kathleen Henderson,
Perfect Attondanco slock Atchison,
Jeun Bn jloy, Blrlhnl Benson, Dan
Brake, Mabel Clarke, Loralne Crano,
George Panning, Walter Fanning, Isabel Frame. Tony Prost, Mary Geneat,
Harry Holse, Goorgo Kembal, Marlon
Kummer. l.nng Lee, Colvln McBurney,
Bertie McDonald, KathUon McFarlane, Jean McPhee, Naomi Pow. Qor-'
don Rnnktns, Mary Robertson, Dor-
othy Stewart, Marlon Willaros, Margaret Willis, Robert Wilis. Margaret :
Murdok
a   J   HOWARD
Division :\
Number Dttoadlng, 38! parentage oil
attend a no, 9117,
Pcrfocl Attondanco- Mllrtrod Bridg-i
oa, Billy Camoron, Ardolle Crane,
Kathloon Desalt, Qeorgo George, Paul,
Harrlson.Cllffaril Haynes, Molls John-
Dlrislnn S.
Number Enrolled, SO; percentage
of attendance, 88.33.
Perfect Ationdance—Alan Downey,
Jack Parrel, Helen Helse, Margaret
Luscombe, Mattie Maharg, Bernice
McDonald. Donald McDonald, Helen
McGlll, Malcolm McPhee, Jean Nib-
lock. Jean Pow, Arthur Sakaguche,
Winnie Steward.
Honor Roll-
Class A.—-Helen Heise, Margaret
Luscombe. Donald McDonald, Jean
Pow, Arthur Sakaguehl.
Classes B. slid C—Jean Niblock,
Bcrnlce McDontld, Mattie Maharg,
Malcolm McPliee.
hlvMon 11.
Number enroled. 4ft; percentage of
attendance, D0.28.
Perfect Al tendance—Garnet Blaine,
James Brooks, Lloyd Burgess, Billy
Crawford, Joseph Genest, Harold
George, Bun ford Joltery, Florence
Jordan, Eugene Kennedy, Eddie Ijeon-
ard, Raymond Luscombe, Jessie Musser. Eileen McCabe, Florence Pattinson, Jack Reid. Hilda Robinson,
Wright Speers, Beatrice Ward, Alex
Williams.
Division Id.
Pupils enrolled, ift; percentage of
attendance S7.3".
Perfeet Attendance—George Atchison. Barbara Beale, Hurry Black,
Harry Bla,'k. Dorothy Bridges. Jesaio
Casidy, Clayton Darrah, Yuci Ouch-
rle, Ellott Harrlfi, Billy Harrison,
Willie Heyward, George Heard. James*
Hnhroi't. Nany MCrlndle, Robertinu
Miler. Robby Mulrhead, George Nib*
look, Sheila Paterson, King Saddler.
Honor Roll-
Close A.—Nancy Miles, Sheila Pat-
arson, Dorothy Bridges, Mary Crozler,
loorgo Athtaon, Barbara Beale.
Class B. Ida Laouster, Clayton
Darrnh. King Saddler, James Huch-
croft,  Bobby  Mulrhead.
Class C. -Marshal McPherson. Yuel
Guthrie. Myrtle RetlB.
A. M.LENNAN
Mb* Dorothy Mackay as Red Riding Hood   In   P.   Htuart-WhyU's   Vltor)
P-wtomlit "Llttls Bed Biding Hood." ai Auditorium, Iterator, P*. tttt.
DO NOT FORGET
W.D. HILL'S
-BIG ANNUAL-
CLEARANCE SALE
IS ON IN EARNEST
To clear out 1919 slock and make room for merchandise bought for 1920, we have placed
on sale the largest and best assorted stock
Consisting of Staple Dry Goods, Ladies' Misses and Children's Wear,
Dresses, Suits, Shoes and Whitewear, in the Kootenays, all at
Seventy-Five Cents on the Dollar
WHICH MEANS A SAVING OF ONE-FOURTH OFF THE REGULAR SELLING PRICKS, nils Will, in OH. OPFOR'I TV
ITY TO THE PURCHASER OF SAVING S3 PER CENT-, WHICH MAY NOT OCCUR AGAIN FOR MANY MONTHS. WE
HAVE NOT SPACE TO MENTION EVERY LINE, BUT WILL MENTION A PEW, WHICH HILL GOVERN THROUGHOUT
THKSTORKi
LADIES' DRESSES
Regular #18.50 . .
Regular #18.00   ..
.10.40
#13.50
LADIES' HRESSES
Itegular #30.00    #22.50
Regular #37.50   #28.10
I he siime reduetion will be
inude in Ladles'Siilts and Coats
TABLE LINENS ,
Regular #1.75 Jii-r yard.#1.30
Regular #2.50 per yard.#1.00
Regular #2.75 per yard.#2.15
100 VARUS TABLE LINEN
lli>Kiilur #1.25 per yard.#8.80
CHILDREN'S SHOES
Regular #1.50  #1.15
Regular #2.75  #2.05
BOY'S SHOES
Up to size 6 1.2, regular
#1.50    #3.40
BOY'S SHOES
Regular #3.50   #2.85
MISSES' SHOES
Regular #3.75  #2.80
Itegular #4.75   #8.55
LADIES' SHOES
Regular #6.00   #4.50
Regular #10.50  17.S5
Regular #12.50 #9.40
GIRLS' AND BOYS' HOSE
Regular 40c  tOc
Ragular 60c 45c
LADIES' HOSE
Regular 60c   45c
Regular 80c 70c
Regular #1.75  #1.30
MISSES'   AND   CHILDREN'S
UNDERWEAR
Regular 50c  37 He
Regular #1.00  75c
LADIES' UNDERWEAR
Regular 90c   70c
Regular #1.25  95c
Regular #2.00  #1.50
ALL OUR PRINTS will be
sold at 28c during the sale.
1,000 YARDS FLANNELETTE
Regularly snld at 40c 30c
Flannelette reg. sold at
60c    45c
N. B.—Wc, will only sell 10
yards of above to each customer.
CURTAIN  MATERIALS
Wc believe today we have
thc largest und best assorted
stock of Curtain Materials in
East Kootenay. These too,
will be saerllieeil In like manner, namely 25 per rt. oil the
regular selling priee:
* CURTAIN SCRIM
Regular tie 85c
Regular 75c 55r
CURTAIN  MARQUISETTE
Regular #1.25  05c
Regular #1.75    #1.85
CURTAIN BATISTE
Itegular  #1.10 ' #1.05
MARQUISETTE  CURTAINS
Per pulr, regular #8.50. #2.60
Per pair, regular #1.50. #8.40
BUNGALOW APRONS
Ten dozen Ladles' Bungalow Aprons, in all the
shades and patterns,
Regular #1.50   #1.15
HOUSE DRESSES
Regular #2.25   #1.70
Regular #3.75 #2.80
LADIES' WHITE VOILE
WAISTS
Regular #1.25   96c
Regular #3.00 #2.25
LADIES' CREPE  DE CI1ENE
WAISTS
Regular  #6.50  #1.00
LADIES' GEORGETTE
CREPE  BLOUSES
Prettiest   we  have  ever
shown, regular #12.50. .#«.io
Corsets at
One-Quarter
Off Regular
Prices
DRESS GOODS IN ALL SEW
SHADES HILL HE SACRIFICED AS FOLLOWS:
Regular #1.00 per yard . 75c
Regular #1.50 per yard #1.15
Regular #2.25 per yard #1.70
Regular #3.75 per yard #2.S0
AND WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE IT'S GENUINE
ANV ARTICLE Oil NUMBER OF ARTICLES TOTALING #1.00,
FOR 75 CENTS. „
1000 YARDS FLANNELETTE, REGULAR 40 Cts., FOR 30 Cts—
ONLY 111 YARDS TO EACH PURCHASER.
1000 YARDS FLANELETTE, REGULAR 60 Cts., for 45 Cts-—
OM/V 10 YARDS TO EACH PURCHASER
ALL OUR DRESS GOODS WILL RE OKFERKII AT THE 25
PER CENT DISCOUNT.
6000 YARDS PRINT, WORTH FROM 35 Cts. to 10 Cts., WILL
BE SOLD AT 28 Cts.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE ALL TO BE SACRIFICED.
The Sale Will Only Continue Until Feb'y 16
We will positively not exchange any article once it leaves the store. Nor will we permit any articles to leave the store on approval. Bring a list oi your wants and SAVE 25 Cts.
ON EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH PURCHASED.
TIIK LADIES' MISSES AM)
CHILDREN'S STORE,
EXCLUSIVE   ,
W. D. HILL
Till: LADIES' MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S STORE,
EXCLUSIVE l> A G E     FOUR
THE    CRANBROOK     HERALD
Thursday, February •">. 11120
WINTER SPO
DT
i ;
EA80N OPENS IN PICTURESQUE QUEBEC
mccjRTfsrorcPt
AMERICAN JACKIES
ENJOY SPORTS
"Hero w« go by -wireless!" shouted an
American Jackie aa he and throe companions
boarded a land going toboggan at tho top
of Quebec's big Winter Carnival toboggan
slide.
-la It fast?" : asked, glancing from the
three glistening tracks toward I-.iffcrin Terrace and tin. Chateau Frontinm fur below.
The dattllng winter mm wus reflected from
the lee-clad heights from which Count de
Frontenao defied tho fleet ol sir William
Phlpps 2110 years ngn, nml from the groat
Ice fields ebbing seaward down the p*c-
luresquu St. Lawrence, Intrenched on the
mtnie heights, too, In 1775, timeral (Suy
larlelou and his British lroo|M repelled tho
attack of Arnold and Montjiomery, lb
Vadlng army ifpiesentiiiK Britain's revolting
colonists  In  ihe  thirteen origlnul  states.
"Is It fast huddle?" said llie JocklO, "Huh!
An aeroplane is a 'Tin Little' by comparison. Z-z-z-z-zl Ztpp! This slid
regular wireless stuff. Call mn bat li, or have
me paged, please,   Aw revwah, moosoobl"
And with u happy yell mid a Hrltlsli flag
in one hand ami "Old Glory" in Uio other,
tbe four Hallos** from Florida, Kansas,
Oregon and New York, shot away from the
Citadel, uud lu twenty seconds wore a quarter of a mile distant, mixed up In a moat
beautiful "spill" nt the bottom nf the hIIiIp.
These boys were but four of a lllg detachment from eight Magic boats on route from
Dot nil t to Florida und caught lu tho lee at
Quebec until next Spring, and they were doing
their Vrukeo lovel-besl ta help Quebec open
its big Winter sports Carnival, in the year
1920. The nlghl before they had turned
onl for tho hlg masquerade parade which
formally started lho carnival ami bad marched through Quebec's quaint narrow Rtreeta
with hundreds of snowshoors and ski-era
dressed in their picturesque costumes and
carrying colored lights.
During lhe war. Quebec, like the rest of
Canada, had no heart'for winter sports, but
*he Is now lu pre-wur form mid the Winter
Sports Committee has arranged u splendid
program for every week-end and week-day
[rum now until well post the middle of
February.
Beyond question, tho Duffer) n Torrace
toboggan slide  in  lhe  best Quebec  has ever
hud, uud it hus no equal iu North America*
riii) curlers are busy on several rUtlCB, then.
are hockey matches every night, sOOWfbOO
and ski clubs take loin; Irani]*., across the
Country with the best ol mow ami leu under
toot] every grwit winter Hpori Is being enjoyed to the iimti. Society dances, curl:, ami
loiuiggaiiK at the Chateau, takes Its tea anil
visits the innumerable joints or historic iu-
lorest, iu North America's oldest ami quaint*
chi city.
Now und then the mercury ..ii.--. u drop
below scro, but on many days all (lie winter
IporlS and drives may lie enjoyed with no
discomfort  whatever.    QUftbSC'l  sun is  warm
ami Intensely bright when it shines ami bo-
aeulb  ll   QllOboo's   mantle  of snowy  i-imtnn
seems Studded  with  million i of Jcwq)s.
The  big  iluyH of tbe  Winter carnival  olll-
ciaiiy proclaimed by Mayor Lavlguaur, nro
Feb. 14, U>, 1C and 17. On Fell. Mlh there
will be ii great pnraile ot Qubbec's many
snowshoe clubs with allegoric ears, a big
smoker and fireworks. In the evening the
'atrlck Hockey team will meet the Arena
team. On Sunday, the li'.tii. the "Union
Cunadienne ilea KaquetteurR" will tuke pnrt
in a most picturesque church parade, thoro
will be horse races on thc Ice ut Quebec
Exhibition Park and ski racing ou d'Auieull
Hill for ladles nnd gentlemen. A luncheon,
dunce and smoker will wind up a very busy
day.
There will bo a great vnriety of sports and
social features staged for Feb. Ill und 17,
and the Winter Carnival will close on the
evening of Feb. 17 with a grand Mardl-Qraa
Parade.  ,
Read Herald Advertisements and Save Money
oney i Thursday, February 5, 1080
i ll E    c u A N II It (I 0 lv
i: k x l, 1)
1 A u K
I? I V E
MACDONALDS
BRIER
SMOKING TOBACCO
New Dress
Skirts and
Dresses
A large shipment has just
arrived, the ver) newest de=
sign?, Shades and Materials.
The very nicest we have
ever shown and at Reasonable Prices.
SEE   TIIK   WILLIS   riOXOS  N'OVi  HERE
AGE vis rou ivu.i.is PIAXOS
,p|)0r   R Dr   ^P^-^i'"---^^'
■iiatt
untered while
i the
!;.■ .-.• men spenl Urge
he hotels and resorts and
imhlo onlj got tlte small
sxacted ot sportsmen from
•-, they would come our
they secure ample accom-
utile mggostod a way out ot
ulty through getting iu touch.
C I*. K. itotei deportment lu
avor i i havo them locate a
re; a c I'.lt hotel would be a
set tu Cranbrook. Manager
hi ui tho Royal Dank °' Can-
porti d tho arguments of the
.dIng him on tho floor.
and a motion carrlod unanimously
thai a committoe bo appointed by tlie,
prosldonl of the board lator.
Secretary   tluchcroft   of   llu    Pl'tw-,
pector'a Association uddi-e^ed the;
meeting relatlvo to tiie board lending
its eupport in a financial way to send-
Inig a mineral exhibit to the Northwest Mining Convention in ■ Spokane
February 10-21, ami tin. board unanimously suppo
vol iiu a grant of :
peiise, agreeing al
jfi Vherc id more energy
[ ia w pound of good
I hreu.il ma.ile iiv the
| heme with Royal Yeast
j Cakes than in a. pound
f oimcat Bread making
j is a. simple operation
j and requires no previous experience. Full
I instructions in Royal
I Yeast Bake Book,
mailed free on request.
E.W.GILLETT CO. I,TD
TORONTO
BJ
CRANBROOK BOWLERS KNOW
TOO 3111 ii ABOUT THE GA2EE
11 B NOLSOS  IGCU1EGATI03
'rar-brook bowlerSi playing n tei
■ '-..*. tile ipatch gam with the N't Is in
: vl ra 1.: t Thursday evening prov
id too Wilful tor the Nelson playct .
wlnnli ! "ttt in nice shape with 193
pin   to tha good.
The Cranbrook total was 4793 while
Nelson could only pile up 4600.
Tht? Cranbrook bowlers participating in the event were ;■- follows:
Messrs. \v. s Johnston, J. M. Tall is,
A. J. Riches, C, Armoti p. 6. A. Ae-
seltine, E. Furnley, J. Millar, M.
Hatton, .1. Sutherland, Qeorge SIm,n-
son.
Quite a numlier of Iniere.-tcd sjwe-
tnton. watched tho gamo as it progressed ni n- mi,! tho clover wont of
tha locals camo in for frequent clieor-
it - by admlrors
OTHER TABLETS NOT
ASPIRIN AT ALL
WRKLEY
HAM.WW  V. .11. I'. A. HEKE
IMS I'MII.IM.OM: CIIA.N'OE
HAKIM*  PLACE   A'PI'll-tlT'lVE
Only Tablets with "Bayer Cross"
are Genuine Aspirin
The changes In
11. ('. A., which
been completed, ui-.;l: ■
I tho undertaking In vm     t(> Ul08e mlll{.,
*60, half'of Uiu «x- j una JlHitoPB.
u>™ «w ex"i    a.Ma from tho onii.
nal Railway Y.
only recently
i lhe plane lit-
' it ther homo
lliblt at liie depot  with tin; COUS6nt Of
others
Mr.   Huchcroft   wns  of  the
Asldo
palnt'hiQ '
ting bj
;aloomlniug,  thc
i uible   1ms   been   removed   froi
opinion ih-. exhibit would produce ex-1b||11(ini mm .„ Ul0 u„mm{
cellent results.
An invitation will be extended the
prospectors to In present at the annual meeting of tlie board and have
representation on the board's executive.
President spreull was anxious t<-
see an invitation extended tin.' Northwest Mining Association lo come here
in meeting next year, Mr. Huchrofl
and Will. A. Elletson outlining the
work of iho Association and beiuK of
the opinion also that the district
would be benefitted greatly could the
Association be perattndod to come our
way.
Mr. Huchcroft said Engineer Lang-
ley would be here and address the
Prospector's Association In April and
the bowling alley is located and thc
billiard room is given over entirely
to the large billiard lablo, making ample accommodations for the lovoiis- of,
this form of recreation.
All are agreed thai Secretary Pow
has exorcised good Judgment in making lho changes and the place Is now
very attractive from Sasemeut in the
toi most floor.
FORMER CltANBROOK MAT HON
1MI I) LAST W'KEK IN  VICTORIA
If vou   don't
on   the   tablets
Aspirin—only
The "H-iyei
in knowing Ihat
Aspirin,   proscri
over nineteen y<
I'n
lin- "Bayer Cross'*
on   aro   not   getting
i<l Imitation,
s" ti your only way
ii ate getting genuine
by   nlivslelans   for
- and proved snt
Tho following regarding tho passing of a. former well known Crnnbrook matron appeir-d In the Victoria
Colonist of last fues'lay:
"Ot'UD—Tliero ipaasod  awa/  yes-
Mr. Brady on tho 4th of Fobrunry and tepdiiy morutag at  th(   wbMmci
minima hn Headache, Neuralgia, Colds,
R lieu ma lis m, Lumbago, Setirltls, nnd tor
Piiin generally.   Made in Canada.
Handy tin lioxcs of 12 lublcU—alio
larger sized "Bayer" packages can ho
had at drug stores.
Aspirin is the trade mark (registered
In Canada), of Raver Manufacture of
Mononcelluueidcstei' of Sitllcyllcucld.
While ii Is well known that Aspirin
menus Bayer manufacture, lo iissi-t thu
public ,i!:aiii-l Imitations, Ike Tablets of
. Ltd., »il! be stamped
icral   tnule   mark,   tho
Bayer
"III vi
ol'
George S. McTavish.
733 Lompson street. Eleanor Margaret, widow of George Gurd. Mrs.
Gurd hud lived iu tliis city for the
past ten yours. She is survived hy
Mining Convention to meet in Cran- tW() (ifUlglltel.s> Mra_ 0corff€  s<  Mc.
ho   invited   nil   board   members and ^ur sim.jn.jaw
others to be present on  these occos-
ions
Will A. Elleteon moved that an invitation   be  extended  ihe  Northwest
brook in 11121, nnd the invitation will
be extended by th
the board and Prospectors' Association attending tlie convention, the date
for holding the meeting here, should
the invitation be accepted to be decided later.
Member Beatty wanted to see tbe
board get active on the organization
of :* District Associated Board and
moved thai a committee be appointed,
President Spreull naming Messrs.
Fink. Beatty ami Wilson.
Mt sw, Wilson, Kink and Nosblt
It was announ* d, would he the dele*
cat. '" attend tho meeting In Pernie, Wednesday, Feb. 4th.
Mr. Huchcroft wanted the board tr
ndorse   n   rotltlon   of  residents  of
Tavisli und Mas Evelyn Gurd. of the
Bpresentative ot mnlm&xi Naval Hospital; also one
son, Mr. W, P. Gurd. barrister, of
Vancouver, Mrs. Gurd was 72 years
of ;.',:o and a native of Clones, Ire*
and. The remains will be Interred in
Vu neon ver."
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Qlrlil Try It! Hair gets toft, fluffy nnd
beautiful    Get a small bottle
of DanJ-rnie.
If yon care for heavy heir thai i
tens v. ith lieauty and 13 radiant v
liie; has an Incomparable softness
Ib dully and lustrous, try Daudcrinc.
Just   one   application   double*   ...
Kains MroeL which will go before the   bl!aiItJ. o£ your h,liri ^j.^ jt imP11„
City Council at its next meeting, asking the council t;i adopt a definite
■ ystera rogarding thai thoroughfare,
ditch, grade nnd rravel and care for
tbo watct which comes each Spring
He said also thai the residents were
i ■ ■•■11 is of boul warding tho street,
and stated tho cost of such work
could be done at approximately *t0
ior rrontage of lots. He complimented the city engineer on ihe excellency
of his work atiii Btrongly urged oiling
the streets to keep down Cue dust In
the similar stason; this would bo
(hi
diiitely dissolves every particlo oi
dandruff. You ean not have nice heavy,
healthy hair if you have dundrutT. This
destructive scurf robs the hair of Its
lustre, Us uircugih und it--, very liie,
and If not overcome it produces a fever
IbIuiofi and itohlng <-f the scalp] (In1
hair roots famish, loosen and diet then
tlie liair f-illa out fait. Surely get a
tttiull iiettle of Knowlton's Danderins
from any drug store snd just try it,
— ■      *>-*»■ ■—
BKAI ESTATE TAKING 0> NEW
LIFE IX AM) AltOlXD TIIE (ITY
.onom
IVIimi  In  Spokane  Mnlco
It tin-
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
-Tin* Hotel With n Person*
iilitj.
PROFESSIONAL  CAKOS
Convenient to Kvrrjllilnn
Very  MoiU.rati*  Halt's
r,!:ti;i.Niui:i(]uiiirriri.ii/r.i;.v:.:/.;i-ii ji
lira* Oroon a Jl11cKin11.n1
I'liyslclnni nnd Hur^t'im*
OlHci   ut   residence,   Armsimnp
Avenue
iiM'h t: iiouna
forenoons   »t|11 to 10.00
Afiomooni 8.00 lo   -too
Kvonlugs   "■:,',> to   8.80
B la;     HBO to   no
CIUNDROOK, B C
Ileal estate men report n revival ln
aprinkling or the realty business, hsvlng many en-
graveling. qufries of lute for residential prop-
Mr. ncnlt.e moved tbat tho council erty and us well timber and oilier
be roquoated to oil ns much as poslblel landti,
the streets of the 1' .: Mils y> ar. which     With the coming of large and Im-
motion carried unanimously, Lportant Industrial enterprises right in
Mr Huchcroft also stated thai by our midst. Cranbrook should expert-
Uto oiling process much of the trouble enco such a revival as has not been
experlouced   through   frozen   water I en joyed here for tome years,
main.- lu tho Bprlng, when the frost1  »-*^	
,. leaving tho ground, would be g0URf AC)D SJ0MACHS.
GASES OR INDIGESTION
WELL KNOWN LOt'AE MEAT
MAN  INVESTS  IN   I1 ERNIE
Tho Pernie Preo Press soys of a
well known local meat merchant:
"Jos. Walkley, who lias for many
years conducted tiie Cranbrook Moat
Market, Is brunching out, hU operations, taking in Pernie, He haa this
week purchased tin. Pernie Cash Meat.
Market, owned und operated for thc
pnsl couple of years hy Harry Gould
and Frank Greenwood. The business
Will he taken ovdr Feb. 1st. Tlie
Crnnbrook concent Las proved very
successful and will doubtless do well
here."'
NEURALGIC PAINS
Civ* Way to Soothing MmoIIu'o
WliuriOII
Hamlin's Winrd Oil It t tttt ttt
effective treatment for headache ana
neuralgia. Rubbed in where the pain
is, it acta aa a tonic to the tortured
nervei and almoit invariably bnngt
quick relief.
Ita healing, antlicstle qualitiea can
alwaya be relied upon to prevent infection, or other aerioua retulti, from
■praini, bruises, cutt, burnt, bitea
and stinga. Just at good, too, for
aore feet, stiff neck, frost bites, cold
sores and canker tores.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not tatiified return tho bottle and
get your money back.
Ever conttipated or have sick
headache? Jutt try Wiiard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents.   Guaranteed.
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
'-*'•.
-fflftljotust Cintrtl)
SINDAY NI.X1
11 A. Jl.. ItlVlXK IVOH8HIP
iM I*. M.—Divine Worship.
Preacheri REV. It. \V. LEE
Vou arc* Invited
--S*3S^
QfrM.^ym   stlfismmtsymmmmtmmm   s*f*   itlVHii^sa .et\fmtQ
I.O. O.K.
KEV CITV LODGE, No,48
Meets   every
Mondav ulght
_   .._      at Fraternity
Mull.     Sojourning   Oddfellowa
cordially Invited.
Noble Crand,        Reo. Sec.
J. ll.Wliltehouse   W, M. Harris
New Clothes for Old
Send ii- jour garment* to be t leaned) Dyed or  * <
'   Pressed nnd vn»e the ]irlre ot new.
Cranbrook Cleaners $ Overs
r.  ».   .virus  Manager.
Foremost Cleaners and Dyers of Everything
Phone 157 CBAXBBOOK, It. C. Box 72
Qp^l^iW^li **%/&* M-VU1 Wit>" w^V" *9*Al* W-VU" W-^Q
tlve acid In stomach, rellev
dyspepsia, hcirtburn and
distress a', once.
ih:. i. it. im,is
DRNTI8T
OITice in Ilniisoii Bloch
OPPICK HOURS
It to 12. n.m,
1 to   ft p.m.
CIUNBIIOOK, B.C,
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
I'lionr •,:>"
Norbnrj Ku, u«t tu Clly Hall
ellnilo&tod
Presldeni Bproull snld thoro was n
big   ttii.itid ror houses, Mr, Kucliorofl  "Pipe'a Diapepiln" neutralizes exces-
oiaklng it motion that tho council tn.1     slve acid in stomach, reiievinu
roqucstod io looh Into tlto qttostlou of
tnklna art too tags nf tin- government
Tints it!    lu ii-1, mfnutos n'l itom-
lu-ii distress, duo u> acidity, «i!l go-
No Indlgcitlon, licsrtl-urn, murncsi nt
belch inn <>i" gss or pnirtatlom o( undt-
sommittoo wus  posted food, no dlssincss, blontlnp, foul
i ntiosud to luivo n roport in nt the wbiHi or hcedaohj.'.
Papa it  l»iii|n pain
S|ii'('il   in    r.pilliiliur
laid ovor for
nuel meeting
Tiio Transportation
iti: question wasj
oration :<i tho nn-
annual  meeting  regardlnig  Increased
I ruin BOrvlQO.
OIVK "SVIMI1 OF FI«SM
noted -(or   ito
upw't  itomftchs,
It \* tho surest, qnlekwil stomach sweet*
cner In tho whole world, nnrt liesldes it
i« harmless.    Put nn end t» Btonmeli
■-i.   .il%k. ,,,..,» ,.,..  ik dlstrcssst onco by (jotting n largo fifty-
IO t ONSTIPA rr.h \ 111. »  cent CftM of pRpc'fl Dis pepsin fn>m any
——— ' driiR ston*.   You rcallto in five minutes
I'rull I.nxnllye" Can't Harm how noedtosa it \* !<■ wffer from Indt-
goition, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder caused hy fermentotion due to
oxccaslvo oelils in stomach.
KXIGHTS OF PVl'IIIAS
rranbrook, B. I'.
Ueeta every Tueadar at 8 p m In
tho Praternltj Hall
0, 0. Dorstitrom, C. c.
0. H. Colllne. K   It £ s.
Vlalllni brethren cordially In*
Tlted to attend.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nl I aiiadn Mm lied
Offices, Smelting and Kefining Ueiiartment
TRAIL, BniTISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI     BEFIXEB8
I'ureliaien m° Hold, Slln>r. Copper nnd Lend Orel
Producers of (.old, Silver, Copper, lllucntoni-, I'lit Lead and
Zinc ••TAIlANAr*' llnmd.
Dollctou
Tender Mttlo Stnnmrli. I.lvr
lllt.l lli'Hvl^,
t'HAMIKOOK
I'AIIJtEnS' INSTITUTE
Itegular AIciIIli*
SECOND SATUIIIAV ut each
mciiilli nt t p.m. ln lhe I'll) Hall
I'MSH, SPRCIHCATION8,
ESTIMATES   ANI>
SIII'EKINTEXIIAM'E
lli-iniMlrllluir nml lleimlra a
Simclaltr.
J.    E.    II IM'111! HO FT
Look iii  the tongue, motlier!     If
coated, your lltilr- ono's Btomacli, llvor
.* ami liowola iieml oleanalng at once.
When poevlsh, cross, llBtleas, doesn't
JOHNS ACCEPTS 1'OSITIOX
AS CIIAMIIMMIK  1'ATItlll.MAN
IVOMEN'8 INSTITCTK
Meets lu the
l-url-.li     Hall
first Tunsdar
afternoon of
ever; month
st 3 p.m.
Prea, Mrs. i>.
i !iiiii>lii']|. hoi
EST
MONUMENTS
Knotenny flranlte A Monumental Co., Ltd.
General Htone Contractors anil
Monumental Works
Fraat 8L, N.Uo.   r.0.k«W-*
Tlie SllOfl SpeuinllBt
.iiii: MAitArmii
NHllifartlnn (lumlMd
■leailiiuartera for all klnda ot
Ranalra
John Johns 'Im* ilotldr.il m accept
sloop, ont or act naturally, or la fover-1 tho position of pHtrtlman, tho iioalt-
Isli, rtomnoli sour.brcutli hail; has sore] Ion eronloil at tho drat ioooiIhr of tho
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a new police commission hold lasl
HMIioonf.il of "Ciilifornhi Syrup of montii, wlion It was decided to put on fx7, Mrs. J. W. Burton, I'. 0. Boi 621
Wbu,-' imd in n few hours ull tho foul,Ianother mun In addition to the chief ah ladles ro-dltllT Intltnl
conatlpalod waslo.iindlgostod food and and iho jiroBont patrolman.
sour bile gonlly movefl out of Its llltlu —•-♦■•	
bowole without ni'liilng, and you hnvo|   If It's Job printing ynu are In need
forpa;inting
- AMI
PAPERHANQINO
Etc.
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Plione \o. 409
Crnnbrook,   .    .    .11. ('.
DR.DeVAN'SFEMALE PILLS'
KHmbl
ii well, playful child ngaln, Ash your
driiKglsi fo ii bottlo of "California
Syrup of h'lgs," wlilrli -ontulnsi full
IdireetkuiH tor banicn, rlillilren ot all
mm aadl fnr frown-as*
of, loloplione lho Horald und lei our
solicitor rail. Wo are at your sorvlio
wllh an equipment second io nono In
tho Province. Buy at home anil hell'
mtkt daBknok a blMM .Hy. I
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEH.WBi.fJ
for Nerve nml lir,<in:li„ i...... • v m nwllei
.Tunlr   will l,ii> Id *....»..,.    H„I.,..,,Mh„I«>
fm.tlniK.lurr*> or hy Mail mi nctlpt af Iirir-
BSOMSBLL ISmVM L.U.. Ltl .-.tit' l ,D... UttbU If.
CIIAMII100K   COTTAOE
HOSPITAL
Prliate Nursing Hone
I.IccobiiI by Provincial (lovl.
Miiiiriill) nml lirneral Nursing
Massage snd lies! Cure, Highest
noferefihea, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A I'rawford, Matron
Plione 2M P. O. Boi 84B
Address. Harden Ave. Cranhrook
B. C. FRUITS
IN B. C. CANS
QOAKEH  EBAS1)
fruit* are from UrltlBli Columbia's host orci'urJs anil gurdam
canned liero tli<* day they «r«
liirkud.
Kven Uie cans ftro nude In our
own Province. Ask your grocw
for
QUAKER HKAMi
»asi>berrieu. You'll lilte Ull «un-
rl[iftned, frcH.i, BWfltl pungwcy of
this good fruit, with iiuno of Cit
hiitcrnt-H end BOtirnOM mutlly
found In canned raopberrlM
I'nt I> lu
Krlli-.li (olumlilH li)
lIumiuloD <»uu»rh It. 0»| 1*M«,
UAH THK HKUI.U, IM* k HA»L VftECOftTCr, B. V. P A M E     SIX
THE     ( kx NitlUMIh     II tilt ALU
'i'hiirstlii), February 5, 1920
AUDlTjORlUM
THURSDAY FEB'Y 12
One Better Than
"Cinderella"
With Miss Zara Clinton
a.nd Imported English Ca*st
PIIICES—tl.tO. tUH and *i.in
Si*;i1> nn  Sale ill   Bollttlo-Xolllo'fl   I Week in AdviilUTi
Social-Personal
day
tii'tarti'd for Creston to-
uldroy,   Wilmer.   was  here
W. Burton.   Mra.  Chalmers left  for
her home on Weduosday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dickinson of
Portland, Ore., nnived hero this week.
i  ': .:.-';:,;'Vii^;"iii:j:..... '.. .:'iiii;iil.l!ii'uii.:.L
-L-U.Tnjt.tr p.
BAPTIST (1HDBC1I JOINS IH
TIIE  FOIIWAIIII MOVEMENT
CASH SALE
X. K. Walk*, i
ng !i«' hiisin
I'oek-ond.
ituli River, was am-
as  visitors  liore  last
ii. Roger* a rancher from Winui-I The *»!»** Movwu-mt has been;
.eg, i, a guest in the city for the glven Prominence tn the local Baptist
church during tlu past weeks. Unfit
Sunday morning the paslor emphasized the duty of Christian stewardship
In money. It s encumbent upon every member and adherent to give to I
this cause an "tlie Lord lias prospered him."
If u Christian hn« been revived and
sets to see tho proper spiritual
claims of the Forward Movement,
then tho finances will bo forthcoming. Faith comes ilrsl and works
Will follow In due course.
OF
Mr.
child
week i
id   .Mrs.   ||.   W.   Paisley   aud
ire  guosts  In   the  'ity   lost
fi''
Winnipeg,
Inspectors 11. w\ Scurf! and J. A.
Miii'l-eiinan, of Winnipeg, wero litre
(tills week going over the business of
the Imperial Hank or Canada.
Miss Ann OViillahan has departed
; for I'(inland, Oregon, acompanylng
her mother who lias been a patient at
St Eugene hospital for some time.
Little Horn Huchcroft Is quite Ul
at the homo "f hor parents, Mr. nml
Mrs. J. F. Huchcroft, not Bhowlwg any
improvement iu the past few flays.
I   Mrs. Chalmers of Thrums, H.('..while
WonienN Instltuti Annual dance on
Wednesday, March 3rd, at thc Parish
Halt, commoncintg al 0,80 Tickets,
Bingle $1; double $1.50; extra lady
BOc,   Refreshments.
The Lantern service for young people held last Friday In the Tiaptist
church was well attended Sir. Sinclair has a splendid set of pictures
for this Friday ovoning nt 1 p.m., nnd
all hoys and girls aro cordially Invlt-
Edison aSl Records
300 Genuine Edison Blue Amberol
Records, Regular Price, 90 cents,
KOIt SAM. AT
city whs Hie guosl of Mrs. J. ed.
REX THEATRE
Amusement Car Kxcelleneo
FRIDAY  ASl) SATURDAY
"The Eternal
Magdalene"
MONDAY   AMI  TUESDAY
OAI'IIICK   M U.I'
III
"A Damsel
In Distress
Si: 111 A L ami huh:iiv
IKliltl aiiv ii aud li!
FIIIST OF  IIITt  NEW  PAHA
Mlli'M  A KIT H.UT SI'KYM'K
ETHEL CI.WTIO
"More Deadly
Than the Male"
TIIK IIKII I.ANTEHX" 20-81sl
COMYIKMTMi FKIIItlAKY II,
PRICES WII.I. Ill:: ADIT.TS,
Kir; I llll.lllll N. 20c. MATINEE—flfo adrnncc, Kl and 1.'. vis
Over tbe Cea Cups
Insure with Beale & Elweli.
+   +   +
List your house with the Cranhroolt
Agency Company.
+   +   +
The Parochial Supper will be held
in the I'arlsli Hall on Tuesday, February 17.
+ + +
The Methodist church Ladles' Aid
Society will 1 old theler nex* regular
meeting nt the home of Mr*, Ilodson,
Tuesday attnvuoon, February 10th, nt
8 o'clock.
+    +   +
luntirc with tho Crnnbrook Agency
Company.
-I-   +   +
Patmore Broth era have just received and sef up for demonstration one
ef the widely advertised 'CALORIC
Pipelesfl li'i-.i.tiK systems for whicli
they have bepc appointed representatives for ih 11 district The "Culorf.."
Is the original Plpelesa Furnace and
hus heen on the market for nine years,
having proved such n great success
thai the makers have discontinued
waking all o.er typos of heater.-. An ;
invitation Is glvto to ail who are In j
torested ii an np-to-the-mlnuto Heat-
in t; System, to cnli and Inspo i and
gei   particulars   and   price   Installed
complete.
+ + +
Safety Deposit Vault—Boxes to retil
from 13.00 a yenr up.
+   +   +
Iti'iile a Elweli, Steamship Agents.
for Cunnrdi White SUir nnd other j
lines.
+    +    +
The Parochial Supper will he held j
In the Parish Hall on Tuesday. Feb-1
rnary IT,
+    +    +
$1600 will  buy a  nice six-roomed |
cottage on Fenwlck Avenue, size of
lot, I10xl22,concrele foundation, easy
terms.   Apply to Beale & Elweli
+   +   +
Salvation  Army—Sunday  -!  p.  m.,
Sunday school; 7,30 p.m„ "Salvation
meeting;" 7 p.m., Monday, i'onng People's meeting.    Everybody welcome
+   +   +
Sunday was one of tho niosi delightful d-iyw cxporlonced here since
the coming of Winter, ami ninny parties wero out for a ..troll iu the In-
vigoratliig sunshine and brisk air. I
+   +    +
A substantial miantiy of ladles'
whitewear in underskirts and undergarments going nt one-quarter off the)
regular prices at Hill's Exclusive Ladles' and Children's Store Annual!
Clearance Sale.
+    +    f
riie Ladles' Society Aid of tlie Methodist churcfl will hold a cooking sate
and afternoon tea on Saturday after
noon, February Uth, at 8 o'clock lu
the gymn, The public ure Invited tn
attend. „ 2-B-2t
+    +    +
Twn thousand dozen ladies' nnd \
misses' and ohldron's hose and hay's
strong hose going at one-quarter off
regular pries at W. R Hill's Big Annual Clearance sale now in progress and to last only null February
1 tiih.
m0m^mt%\
50 Cents Each
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.,
W\tI. A'lTMISOlV, Mummer
NOTICE   PROSl'Kt"POllS
Any prospector wishing to have a
iiuplc and description of his property t xlilbit at the Northwest Mining Convention in Spokane on Febru-I1
itry I'l to 21, should hnvi the same
Iclvcred lo the secretary of tho Pros-i
pectors' Assoclntlon. J. F. Huchcroft J
Cranbrook, H. c on or before Febru-
iry 12,
It is tlie intention to have competent
men accompanying the exhibit  pro-]
pnred  to answer nny (luestlons re-
gardlng tho various prospects of Bust
Kooti'iiay, aud all prospooiorg should '
lake advantage of this importunity,
FOR RENT
♦ ■♦ ■♦■■■»■■ ♦ *> ■ ♦...♦-♦-■♦■-"♦-♦"'♦■■» ♦■*■■>■* »■ ♦■.♦■■■♦■.-»-■♦—♦-f—
G.W.VA Hafl
HAKIMVOOIl I'MMHt.     IT-TO-IIATK HtiATIMi AMI
LIGHTING.   SEATING CAPACITY, 81.0.
-■■■'. ..^.KOim
I.VSI'KI'TIOX  INVITED
**   FOR VACANT DATES, ETC*, Al'I'I.V TO
SECHKTAHV
METHODIST
CHURCH
Forward
riovement!
THE WOULD IS STILL STAGGERING UNDER
THE EFFECTS OF THU TERRIFIC STRUGGLE OF
THE LAST FIVE YEARS. THE OLD WORLD IS
SEPARATED FROM IS BY A CHASM BOTH DEEP
AND WIDE.
A NEW WORLD IS IN THE MAKING.
THERE HAS NOW COME TO THE CHURCH OF
GOD A MIGHTY CHALLENGE TO REBUILD THE
WORLD INTO A GREAT BROTHERHOOD.
TIIE FORWARD MOVEMENT IS THE ANSWER
TO THIS CHALLENGE.
CANADA NEEDS THE INSPIRING INFLUENCE
OF THE GOSPEL. A PROGRESSIVE POLICY IS IMPERATIVE IF THE MISSIONARY ENTERPRISE OF
THE CHURCH IS TO BE VICTORIOUS.
THE VETERANS OF THE CHURCH WHO "HAVE
FOUGHT A GOOD FIGHT" MUST BE CARED FOR, SO
THE
Methodist Church
ASKS FOlt A THANK OFFERING
OF
Four Million Dollars
Do Your Part in the
Great Drive Next
Week,
Monday, February 9-14
If )(iu an- ill Die out-of-town district, drop us n letter or card mid
uuyt Iiinir yon want tn our line will lie sent liy return mnll or express.   We glre special attention to out-of-town orders.
-;' '.■    vl. .: .:''::;"'";■..: n;:-. .-.
*" ^l±."- .-■..:v'"r-:-::-::;"■ :..
... ":::-""...;^"-'.'.■.-f-J::,:-■ r
j, <J>.?■ $■ * * * «•> -5> * $*♦«>**♦ «
i COMING KVENTS ♦
jx* $<s.<j>«, $<^<8>!S>-v <5.<£<8>0 <!•«.«
:,i War Vetor-
AN'NUAL HAM.   '
ans'. February 13.
i'KI.K1H.AT10X—WnU'ti for tlie an-
nouneement nf tlie- 24tli of May Sec-
ond Annual Celelirntion,
HOME I'OOKINCi SAI.K —1-oillos'
Aid ol Motliofllst church, in Oym on
satunlay nfteruoon, February Uth.
LADIES' .',111 OF METHODIST
I lll'lll'tl— Will inert ut home of Mrs.
Hudson. Tuesday afternoon Ftb. 3, nt
:i o'clock.
COUNCIL MEETING—City Hall, to*
; nlclit at 8 o'clock.
PAROCHIAL SUPPER—In Pnrlfh
; Hall. Tuesday, Feb. 17.
llll.l.'S HIG AXMAI, VtEARAKCE
SALE STAIITEII OF*  WITH  A
Itl'SII:  IIIVKHS STI1.I,  aitivi:
Thc Women's .Mission Circle of the
Baptist chun h will meet
next, the I0t!i Inst, nt 3.nn p.m., nl th
home of Mrs. .1. W. Spence.
Two woll-known Imllans wore ar-
Irestcil liy Uie police Tuesday for being Intoxicated and were beforo Magistrate Leask yesterday, belins Riven
Ilie usual llne..i In sueh cases.
When a merchant stages a clearance sale and liuds It necessary to
lock lhe doors at Intervals thai tin
shoppers ean lie handled satisfactorily, there inu.-l be something to bis
reputation for giving bargains and as
Well the pulling power of publicity.
This was noticeable at many times
during the day Monday when the big
fifteen-day sale of W. 1). Hill was put
on al the ladles' and children's exclusive store. Several times during
the day tht doors were closed because
the patrons could not receive the attention Mr. lllll would -\ u.i to give
them when they were going over the
1 ue-day nl|TOQj.0U8   bargains.
However, increased sales .people are
striving to serve and everyone is gct-
the very best attention and worthwhile bargains.   Tbe sale is sebedul-
«!. - .W...-.wi. -..." ..*... 7.53.>-..ff--^
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PROSPECTORS'   ASSOCIATION
Enst Kooionny District
U.-Col. C. IT, Pollen....Hon Pres
elms  K  ICvans.'Esq President
Harry Cninblo, Esq., .. .Vlcc-Pres.
j  P, Huchcroft, Cranbrook.
     Secretary-Treasurer
J. T, Laldlaw, Esq. Executive
W. H Easste, Esq	
Diwi  Mclnls,  Esq	
John Leask, Esq  "
Wm. Evans, Esq	
Organization completed •'---■■■ "■
1920, iiieiiilK'isliip mil open for tlie
enrolment of prospector! Applications and correspondence with
suggestions tending to promate the
interest-- of prospectors solicited.
Annual membership fee. $5.00.
ed in Inst for fifteen days
opening dny. last Monday,
•Oin   the
Haa Kaiser Bill's foresight heen correct he
would stilt be on his
throne.
Poor Bill was looking
forward t<» being ihe rul-
or ot the world, but his
vision was somewhat blurred. He made one mistake after another, and at
last lie will get Ills just
deserts.
You may lie looking and
planning for a happy fa-
lure. but if your vision is
not clear you'll make no
mistake  in  consulting
>V. II. WILSON
0rTICIA3
Classes only when necessary.    Prices   moderate.
MRS. STAKF.I APT. IIAItkIRk
HERE TON I MIT AS GUEST
OF TIIE SALVATION  ARMY
Mrs. Staff-Captain Hnbkilk, of the
Sftlvaton Army, will be in the city tonight and Will spotlit In the Salvation
Army lmllj young people's meeting at
4.00 p.m.
WANT ADS.
AGED MAN  HOMED III ill
The funeral took place bore on Sunday afteruon trom the undertaking
parlors, of Andrew Sjodln, of Bull
Hlver. whoso death occurred 'at that
place on December -S. Deceased was
itlli years of apt. His son accompan-
, led tbe remains here for Interment,
J Uev. .1. P. Sinclair, of tho Baptist
church oillclntliig al the funeral.
MATERNITY Xl'IISlNC—Apply H8
llallou Avenue, or Box 931, Fernle.
IV  ('. 12-18-lt
BUMPER LOST—Bumper olf front of
nuto lost. Finder please return to
.1. !•'. Ilencon. 1-29-lt
lilt.
UK
IV . A . F K III
DKNTIST
('iiiiiplicll-.Miiiiiilnii  murk
Will resume iirnclii'i- on
or iiliout February 15
]
SEE THE
OVERLAND 4
JUST ARRIVED
Large, luxurious, easy-riding cars <>f Iihik whoelbaso, expensive lo buy and costly in keep, are numerous, Innumerable makes of small, llghl-welglil curs ride well
on snioiitli niiids, und ure low in lirst cost und economical in upkeep.
Overland I is u third kind ot a car—a new typo, li rides well on nny mud. and
combines Uie advantages of the large and sniiill types of car.
€5*
m
Call in and see
the demonstrating model and
see the latest
in automobile
construction.
Thot extra 80 inches provided by the tliret -.point cantilever springs is one of
tho causes of extra oomfort to Uie passengers anil extra protection to the car
FRANK DEZALL. Local Agent

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