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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
TIIII1S1IAY. MAY  29111.  IIIIK
Victoria
BRITISH COLUMBU
WIS CUTE AT
CRANBROOK ON MAY 24TH
The dance at the Auditorium at
night drew a big crowd, over 250 couples beiug ou the floor. Mrs. Edition -
Bon's orchestra furnished excellent
music and everybody enjoyed them-
solves up to tho bewitching hour of
luldiiight, when tt grual l-U day's
sport wiih brought to an end.
nl
Local Overflow
Ituy War Havings HI amps.
Dry  wood. Cranbrook Trading Co,
Wan tod—Maid for housework In
small family. Address box 10, Herald
office.
18-tf
Tlie various committees who had
the 0. W. V. A. celebration for the
24th in hand wore a broad smile on
the morning of tbo holiday when thoy
t-aw the sm) riso upon a bright and
happy, day. The olty was decorated
with flags and hunting and presented
ii cheerful holiday appearance. Autos
bloyoleH aud other vehicles curried
unliable decorations. The city wits
overcrowded tlie night la fine and (he
crowd tt-e-gan tu stir early.
The members of the local branch of
the li. W. V. A., under Lt-Col. C. ti.
Toilet) assembled nl I be Veterans'
rooms and marc hod to the sUitlon to
meet the special trains that arrived
from Pernio and Croston about 9.45 a. I
in., bringing large crowds.
The local Veterans, joined by their j
visiting comrades, led by the Kornie!
bugle baud, marched to tho city hull
where a wreath was placed by Col.
Pollen on the memorial erected to
"The Heroic Dead."
Tho Veterans then started for the
government balding nnd were met at
the comer of Baker and Norbury by
the City Brass Bund, who then took
tlie lead.
The parade was then formed under
the direction of Chief Adams, marshal
of the day. The City band headed the
parade the pupils and teachers of the
Cranbrook schools, to tlie number of
about t!00, the junior clnsseu >being
accommodated ln cuitos provided by
members of the unto association, Fernle Bugle Band, Great War Veterans,
in Uniform, school float*, decorated ™'8t clll8S work uuarantecd at reas-
Wood tor sale; |8 per rick.
derls, Box fi04, Cranbrook.
G God*
L-l-tf
Tlie farmers have been looking for
a rain; it came yesterday nnd it is
still cloudy.
W. M. Harris Is in charge of tlie
provincial government employment
bureau now open iu Cranbrook.
A presentation to D. E. Murphy was
made on the eve ot his departure
from the city, particulars of which
will appear next week.
Wanted—Contracts for clearing
and breaking land in any quantity.
onnble prices.   Adress P.
Cranbrook, B. C.
0. Box 54,
21-tf
W. D. Matthews, a director of the
C. P. It., who passed through here
last full and stopped off for a spin
around the city, died tn Toronto on
Sunday. He was one of the twenty-
three great Canadian financiers who
are said to    hold    Canada in their
Hay, oats, wheat, corn, barley.poul*
try  supplies, etc.    Cranbrook Trad
ing Co.
C.P.H. PRESIDENT BEATTIE
MAKES OFFIGKL VISIT
UtBt Friday evening President [JJ.W.
Beatty. of the C. P. R., s|.-ent :i couple
of hours in Cranbrook. He was accompanied by I). ('. Coleman. 2nd vice-
president and general manager of tlie
western lineK. and F, \\\ Peters, super-
in ten den I -if the British Columbia division.
The official party was talien tor an
auto ride via the Mission. St, Marys
Prairie. Wycllffe and return.   At Wy- i
prevent them from falling iuio uttei
I desuetude is one thing, but thai is
ijuite a different problem trom the
[Uestton of a permanent policy of gov-
irmnent owned and government managed railways. 1 do not know ihat tiie
government could Imve dune anything
else than they did do. but 1 do feel
iliar neither tiie government i.or the
1 eople of this country are yet In a
position to determine finally what
the future of all these systems snail
be, I think it unfortunate that fuller
discussion of this subject has noi obtained in Canada up to now,
"Qovernment ownership in   theory
has  much  to  n'cumniumi   it.    U  has
liffe the party were the guests of Kl-j b«e» t,llia b>' » very "hie member of
the government that the advisability
A Sl'W.MMI* FKIIT OBCHABD
1711 AITI.K TREES l> BLOOM
iwu successfully In [
district?    Wiiy,
mer Staples.
The president and bis party left for
the west at aboui 10 p, in.. Charlie Mi-
(Jble In charge of the engine and T. D,
Caven in charge of (lie train.
At Nelson a banquet was tendered
to President Beatty by the Associated
Hoards of Trade of Kast Kootenay and |
tho Nelson Hoard of Trade. Mr. BeatJ
ty made au address at the banquet,
during the course of which lie said:
"1 feel that I need to make no apology for speaking on a matter which is
engrossing the attention of most serious thinking Canadians, and that  is ^■^^^^^^^^^■i™
what is to be the ultimate end of ourj the Bible Society, will give a popular i healthy growth, the bark smooth and
railways and under what auspices or| lecture, illustrated with lantern slides,I free from scald or any other injury,
method of administration are they to | upon the most Interesting country In | and ihe orchard is very   well    pro
of it increases as you approach a
stale of monopoly, and that is probably true, bin ii lias i«jt been determined in any satislactory way up to
date, whether government management of our systems is feasible or
even possible.   Until it is determined
I should conclude It would Ih- well
tiie government and the people
withhold their final Judgment."
Can trull  be gi
the    Cranbrook
course it can.
Last Sunday afternoon we took an
unto ride out to V. ll. Worthington's.
.Jon the hill, not mora than a mile and
n half from Baker street, and we saw
two acres of as fine au apple orchard
as can be found anywhere in the
world—we might as well make our
claims large enough; we are not ex-
iiR'seratiug.
Bleveu yenrs ago Mr Worthlngton 11
bought a ten acre traci of land and
planted two acres of if In orchard, apple trees—Wealthy nml Trans-cetidant
crabs—iwo year olds. Tbey began to
bear throe years from the time they
were panted and have yielded seven
consecutive  crops.
This year the bloom Is so abundant
that ihe blossoms themselves almost
. bear down the branches. The orchard presents a beautiful sight—the
'snow white blossom of the Wealthy
i apple, intermingled with the pink of
■the Transcendent crab. The bees 11
i have been feasting upon the nectar*
i producing bloom, whicli assures a
j bountiful setting of fruit.
Tlie Rev. Knox Wright, secretary of |    The    trees    show    a    remarkably |
bo managed? The possession by the
Canadian Pacific of a system involving 18,770 miles in Canada, of which
8,750 miles nre west of the Great
Lakes, gives In Itself a reason why its
officers should have some knowledge
and some views on the subject, and It
they are of any value, those that. haVfe
an equal voice in the final determination of tlie question are certainly entitled to the benefit of them.
ihe world ut the present time, namely
Korea and Northern China. This lecture will interest every one and It Is
to be hoped that a large audience will
greet the lecturer, who in past years
has held Iiis audiences splendidly with
lhe great information at Iiis disposal.
The lecture will be held In the Presbyterian school room on June 9th
next at 8.15 p, m. Everyone invited
aud welcomed; no charge ts made for
automobiles and bicycles.
After marching through the business Election of the city the parade returned to the starting point, where
short addresses were delivered by
.Mayor Cameron and Itev. H. BI. Lyon.
The children sung a number of patriotic songs and the morning program
was concluded by singing the National Anthem. ,
,, .„. .    ,,      „ ■  , .1 grasp.   Now there nre but twenty-two
Al 1.30 int.'je afternoon the crowd |        '
began to stream up Into the agricul- j
tural grounds where a lengthy pro- [
gram consisting of horse races, ath-!
letic events and bapeball games was
run offl |    A uew C. P. B. time table comes in-
Three teams entered the baseball t0 force on Sunday, June lst. The!
tournament, Wycllffe beating Ward- train from the east will arrive at!
ner In the first gnme aud in the final 12.io and will leave at 12.20. The'
Wycl'rffc bef.t Ferule. Both \y*re good Lrahl trom vho -^ wUI arrivc ft, 4 or>
Barnes. i ulHi w(Il leave at 415   It ]ms not yet
The Ball (lames lwen decided to put on another daily |
What proved to be one of the most i train,
attractive features of Victoria Day —■— I
Bporta was the baseball. That thej Hon. W. J. Bowser, K. C„ ex-pre-
cftteens of Crnnhrok enjoy good clean ; "der of British Columbia, will give an
sport was shown by the large mun- address on public affairs In the Audi-
bcr of spectators at the two games1 tartan, Oranbrook, on Saturday night
that were played. The one big dls-, next. May 81, at 8 o'clock. This will
appointment wns the failure of a local he a most interesting address and ev
team to appear in the field. There is
some good mnierinl here and we hope
the boys will gel together ami organize a team.                                                                      	
lu the two games that were played j The final touches on the deal tx>-
Wycllffe proved the winners, ln the tween thc land setlement board and
afternoon "tbey triumphed over Ward--the Canyon CHy Lumber Co., Ltd., for
tier 6-4, while In tbe twilight gUM WOO *«■*« «f <■■*■ liter's land were
they defeated Penile 0-3, Frank Mc-j !■'•' through on Tuesday of last week.
Mahon, catcher for Wycllffe. hnd n.Tlu- matter is now up ttt the govem-
finger nail torn off early in the first
"I have an additional reason for I admission but a collection Is taken up
mentioning this subject lu tiiat a great j to assist the finances of tlie Society,
deal of misapprehension seems to ex- 'Whose work in alt lands Is having
ist)n some quarters as to just what [such un Important effect throughout
the problem Is.   We have private own- j tbo  world.      It is the  Bible that  is
ersliip of some railways and we have
public ownership of others, both existing in the country now. Tlie fact
that tlie country has been compelled
through the financial failure of some
systems to take tlieni over in order to
served,
With care, perseverance and an
abundance of optimism there Is no ren
son in tlie world why the Cranbrook
district should not become a very
profitable fruit growing district,
A party composed of II. C Tripp, A,
L. Sparrell, Mrs. Tripp and the Misses
Sara Costlch uud Charlotte Downs motored over from Kureka, Montana, on
Saturday to attend th© big celebration,
coming In Mr. Sparrcll's Dodgo.Thoy
were very loud lu tholr praises of the
road lending Into Crauhrook from the
ii. C. line. Mr. Tripp, who is a newspaper  man  on  the  Whtteflsh    Pilot.
drawing people of all denominations
together and tills Society ohould   be  stated that people or tho Whileflsl
supported by Jews and Gentiles; Pro-] Kureka section  are Inaugurating
tostants and Catholics; fn fact, everyone interested lu the progress of the
world.   Do not forget tiie date. June 0*1
campaign for a road   from   Glacier |
park to the boundary fully as good 1
obtains on this side of the line,
MEN!
-- THIS IS --
Provincial LIbrar.
W*4fl>
erybody—men and women—interested
in tbe affairs of state, should hear the
honorable gentleman.
Arrow Shirt
Week
fYVER One Hundred New
and Different Patterns to
choose from. These Shirts
have lost none of their color-
keeping qualities and their
style and fit has been famous
for years.   All Sizes
$1.50 to $4.50
McCreery Bros.
CRANBROOK'S DRY GOODS AND CUBING  STORES
igotne,   but   be   pluckily   stayed    with
his job throughout bulb games.
The afternoon game was bard
fought from beginning to end. The
Wardnor boys full Ot confidence, because of their unbroken siring of victories, Wycllffe determined to avenge
tholr defeat of the previous week.
Wiinlner gol away to a god Start-SOOT*
ing twice |n tbe first iuliig off Mnsser.
Thompson for Wardner started ofl! In
good style, hut In the fifth inning lie!
was diivcu to cover. Chase replacing |
ment at Victoria and a decision one
way or the other may be looked for
wtthiu the next ten days. Right now
prospects aro that the buy will be
made.—Creston Review.
J, M. McHrlde, who lias been tn the
hardware business here for many
years* hot sold out to P. Parks. Mr.
Mcltrlde Is having a sale to reduce
the stock, beforo It Is taken over by i
Mr. Parks. The public are assured j
ihat ihis will be the greatest hard-!
ware sale ever held in tbe East Koot-
enays. al which there will be offered
the greatest hard ware bargains the
public of this district ever have had
pul bofOfe them. The sale continues
for the balance of this week only.
him and finishing 'he game. In thej
second Inning Wyclltit- produced a;
dark horse in the person of 11. L.
l>orr, who went on the mound. This
boy has a igreal assortment of curve*
und speed to burn, and he had his opponents swinging nt the air most of
the time. Wyclifre took the lead in
the fifth and were never beaded, winning out G-4. Following Is the score:
It      II    E
Wycllffe ti     ll     2
W n rd n off 4        1      4
The second game was by far   the
best.   Derr on the slab for Wycllffe
fanned the first eight men that faced  v-''c he joined up with the benedicts.
him.   The Fertile boys were uuah|e to ' "   ™ "    ~1"1
Without Once Shifting
Gears-4370 Miles
in 7 days and 7 nights
IX  HIGH GEAR
Saturday—«01 miles, Sunday—
titil  miles. Monday—579 miles,
Tuesday—604, Wednesday—647,
Thursday—661, Friday—fin mis
Another war veteran got home lasl
week, says the Creston Review, In Pte.
Clarence Kmbree. who Is spending n
few duys here with his mother. Mrs.
itopsomcr. Smoky joined up with
what was known as the American Legion at Toronto, Ontario, early lu
ID Hi, and had a couple of years' service in France.   While on active ser-
Mrs.  Kmbree bolng a Toronto   girl.
Clarence has gone to Wardner, where
lie has secured a position, and  will
make his home,
I'ARII OF TIIStNKN
Mrs. Hembery wishes to thank her
  many friends for the beautiful flowers
A. Crowe singled, stole second and and the kindness bestowed upon her
came home on L. Crowe's clean hit. j by the Sisters and Nurses during her
The last threo came In the nlxth.when stay In St. Eugene hospital for a ser-
tlie first three men to face Qullman
touch him until tlie last inning, when
they started a rally, which was too
late. Wycllffe crossed the pan twice
In the second, when A. Crowe connected with one of Quillmun's fast
ones for a triple, witli two ou bases.
Another was added In the fourth.wlicn
hit safely aud the Fernle hoys started
UOOttng the bntl all over the lot. The
score was as follows:
K     H   K
Wycllffe fi        !>      2
Pernio -t      4    fi
The only accident of the day waa
In tbe opon horse ruce when C s.
Johnson, riding-I'atlfnson's horse.was
thrown and knocked unconscious, but
was not seriously hurt as ho whs able
to ride In another race later In Uw
luus operation from which she is rap-
Idly recovering.
I,. A. to «. W. V. A.
The annual meeting of tlie above
organization will bo held in the G. W.
V. A. rooms on Tuesday eventing, June
8rd. All membors are urged to be
present at thla meeting as the election
or ofricers wll) take place and a full
attendance of members Ih necessary
In ordv that all may have a voice In
the choice of officers. If you are *
member It Is your duty to bs pluses*.
How Model 90 Broke the High
Gear Non-Stop Record
Could Uie strongest power plant ever built, stand the gruelling,
searching punishment planned for the Overland 90 stock model when it
Started on ts 7 day sealed In HIGH OEAR" non-stop run recently at
Oklahoma City?
Tho firs! day's performance was watched by the public with eager
Interest - HOI miles and not a sign of let-down in the car's perfect record.
Then two days of rain—whirling, drenching downpours, mud-clogged
roads, which tried the endurance of four relays of drivers.
Pour days more of pounding over country lanes and through blocked
city streets—always in sealed high—oach day showing an average ol
(124 miles and an average of LiO.fiti miles to the gallon of gasoline.
And then thc amazing score at the finish. Not once had the motor
missed an explosion. Not. even a spark plug changed. 4370 miles was
Ihe non-Stop high gear record by the Overland 90!
An ong the iiOO.000 Overland owners, Model 90 has long been known
for its record of long life and economical service.
Let us shown you an exact duplicate of this remarkable Model 90 car.
Overland Model 90 Five-
Passenger Touring $1500
(F. O. a Oranbrook, R.C.)
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE-
That w£ have secured the services of a CAPABLE
MECHANIC and are open for
All kinds of repairs
And will be carrying a Full Line of Accessories.
John Armour; Dealer
CRANBROOK, B. C.
' Office—Cranbrook lintel lllork l.aniire—Clarke Atennc
.Phones—Office 18ft,  (.nraee 2(12
PRESBYTERIAN
Chlrch
SI NI) VY.   JUNE   1 ST
11 a m. "Barnabas The Good"
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 p.m An Appeal to Young Canada'
Soloist Mr G K Morton
Chalmers Church, Vancouver.
Uev. H. M. Lyon will conduct both services.
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-Jttetholitst Church
Rev. R W Lee. pastor
SUNDAY NEXT
Morning Service. 11 am. Subject—
The Chrfsl Ruled World'
Sabbath School at 12 noon
Evening Service. 730 pm Subject--
The Church of the Future"
MB
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Baptist Clmrct),
Kcto. 3ot)n p. -Sinclair,   pastor
SUNDAY, Isl JUNE
!f .in a. m.—Preparatory Prayer Service.
11  a. m.—Divine Service.      Sermon  Subject:   "S.oler.
Hearts."
IL' Noon—Church School and Hlhle Class.
7.30 p. ni,—Evening Worship.   Sermon Subject: "Luther's Battle Cry   l\ Protestant Sermon."
The Lord's Supper al close nl evening service.
"Hemembor the Sniiimth Day tn keep it Holy." PAQB TWO
THURSDAY, MAY 290., IMS
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday by
THK   CRANBROOK   HER ALU,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Kates on  application.   Changes for Advertising MIST he ln
this   office    Wednesday   noon   the current   week   to   .secure   mtontipn,
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, MAV 29th, 1919
wtrh hus 'ro.i accomplished during]
Uio past yen-: 2500 copir; oE road
pulda and 'nap Iiavc been Issued and
theao contain a lot of useful tnforma-
tlon; a write up Ims lieen obtfltned in \
ihe Automobile Bine Book published !
in Chicago; the government has boen
j Induced to murk tho AM Canadian '
| Hi.A'liwiiy from Crows' Neat to Creston and KlngBgate; Booklets havo|
This was followed by over eighty un- lieen sent to the following: Aiitunio-
ionB In Wlnuii.eg. who approved of [bile Blue Book I'ubl
the demands of the men. striking   in
THK   PREVALENCE   OF   STRIKES
Winnipeg has been tied up for the
past two or three weeks by what Is
called a sympathetic strike. To explain:: Tho metal workers in three
Iron foundries In that city asked their
employers for recognition of tlieir
union. The reiiue-u was Ignored.foolishly, nnd the  men   went  on  strike.
IMPE
.ISIIED
, A {f
l/AL
OF CANADA
BANKING  3Y MAIL
In your busy seasons u.m whenever inconvenient
for you to go to Uie bank in person, send iii your
deposit by mail.
Immediately on receipt r 1 your postal ordei, cheque
or registered letter, the amount will be credited to
your account.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD.
Manager.
tn make the whole arfalr one hig suc-
C0.--.8, nnd tho Women's Institute
phould meet with hearty response and
ready sympathy iu their endeavors to
entertain the children in such royal
fashion.
Come out aud have a Igood time with
the children and rejuvenate in one of
Cranbrook's beauty spots.
CRANHROOK SCHOOL CHILDREN    \
WW PICNIC ON JINK MM)
tlieir support
This sympathetic strike has extended to Calgary and Edmonton. In
addition to these Mnosejaw, Uegina.
Lethbrldge, Vancouver and Victoria
are voting uu the question and the
strike may spread throughout Canada. It won't last very long and It
will not settle any controversy, but
it will hinder production and delay
the time when lhe world can settle
down to pay Its war debt.
To strike Is madness, but to refuse
to settle the causes of economic unrest Is worse than murines,;, and will
inevitably lead to bloodv revolution.
If brute force Instead of intelligence
Is to decide the issue, then Clod help
tho minority—we had all better prepare for the annihilation of the human race. If we can't settle our disputes without bloodshed wc had better quit prating about liie supcilorlty
of man over the brute.
THE PREMIER'S RETURN
Premier Borden has returned from
Europe, after about six mouths' leave
of absence. He was given a civic reception at Ottawa and among other
thins-*, he said:
'The hopeful spirit that sustained
Canadians during more than four
years of war will not he round wanting in the even more difficult days
of peace, if that spirit continues to
Inspire the people there will be no
cause for the slightest alarm. Canada stands in a splendid and hopeful
position to faco the world. We have
great energy and great resources nnd
ours Ih a wonderful future If we do
not waste our efforts.''
Relieves In People
"1 believe that among a people so
highly endowed will be found some
better method ol solving our problems than some of thoae methods thut
have been in evidence in the past,
am as strongly determined as anyone
to do what part I can in remedying
the existing evils. Let us set an example to the nations of the world In
our methods. I, for one, am an optimist. I believe that the men who during the war so splendidly did their
part will be a steady and dominating
Influence for law and order, and that
we shall have In Canada such full cooperation without regard to dlstinc
tion of class, race or creed as will enable Canada to accomplish that high
destiny which is hers by right of
heritage."
hlng Ct
Canadian Trail    Association
jaw; Manitoba Motor Leagut
peg;    Spokane  Ant
Northwest Tourist i
Chlca-
Moose-
W.iuii-
riuli:    Pacific
loclatlon;  Van-
anil t<
uf   llll
ho in
achors only will he the guests
institute. The city band will
attendance, will lead the pro-
i to the grounds ami   will  be a
couver Auto Club; Pernie Auto Club;
Calgary Auto Club, aud in {(injunction with the Board of Trade a largo
number of booklet.-; have been sen! to
names picked from lists sen I out by
the Pacific Northwest Tnurisl Association.
The committee appointed to enquire
into the proposed new road through
i'eter Woods' place to oreen Pay reported that they had interviewed Mr.
Woods, who expressed his willingness
in allow the new road to go through
his property, providing Hie mule
chosen did not cut it up too much.
The committee was authorized to look
over the property with Mr, Woods
and to ask District Engineer Ctim-
mlngs to accompany them ami lay out
a feasible road.
A great many enquiries are being
received from tourists through the
Pacific Northwest Tourist Asooclo-
tlon. Monthly list*; are received
through this organization. Last
month the list contained 1<>4 names.
Koine of these ask particularly for information concerning the roads and
attractions of Southeast British Columbia.
Tuesday aficruuon (Juno 3rd) will
bo fete and 'uala day for tbe more than \ '-'eat IV
500 school children of Cranbrook. Thc i As tin
Women's Institute arc arranging ii is unite a gigantic tusk, the officers
monitor picnic to be held down nu tho and members of the Institute will be
flat near lo the vicinity known as tho| extremely grateful for the offer   of
ure for the afternoon.
organising of such a picnic
"Island." The children will be assembled at ihe Central School at 2 p. in.
and  will be conveyed to the  renilez-
moro cars ami assistance with Bports
ami amusements from any gentlemen
interested in  lhe children.    No stone
voub in autos, which members or the|ta be||,R Ml ,...|l|ni(1(l IllJlt wi)| ,,el
local    automobile    ; ssoclatiou    have
kindly offered to provide for the oc- '      ™	
caslon. A lunch will be given the
children, swings and amusements of
many kinds will be In evidence and an
excellent program of sports has been
prepared, with money prizes to the
amount of fifty dollar.:. Parents and
friends who wish to participate are
heartily invited, but are asked tn
bring a lunch basket and generally to
i look after themselves, n.*. the children
I,AN1» REGISTRY ACT
(Section   24)
In the matter of Lot 1, Ulock l2.Town
of   Klmberley, Map   064, Kootenay
District
Proof haying been filed in my office
of tho loss of Certificate of Title No.
1060-1. to the above mentioned Lol. in
the mime of John Donald Mason, and
being dated the 1Mb day ol August 101?
I hereby give notice of my Intention
at the expiration of one calendar
month from ihe first publication hereof to Issue to tlie said John Donald
Mason a fresh Ceritricato of Title In
lieu of such lost Certificate. Any person having any Information with reference to such lost Certificate of Title
is requested to communicato with the
undersigned.
Dated at  Uie Land Registry Office. |
Nelson, It. 0., this 2int day of May 1919 1
10. S. STOKES
Dlstrlcl Registrar of Titles.     |
Dale of flrsl  publication May 2!),
1019. 21-5t
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
JdWulcru .V Opticians
Next lo Uio I'limcifflM*.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Muets lu Uie
Parish Hull
flrftt   Tui'ailay
llfttTUOOll      Of
every   month
at 3 p.m.
Pres. Mrs. D.
Campbell, box
687
Secy, Mrs. J. w. Burton, P. O. Box 621.
AU ladles co-dlally Invited.
I.AIIIJ.AW ii DEWOLF
Civil nnd Mining Knglnrer.
II. r. Laud Surveyors
CIlANllllOOK, B. C.
l»rs. Oreen & MacKinnon
I'll) Melons und Surf-eon*
OUld   nt   residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
omnoR noting
Forenoon';    0.00 lo 111.00
Afternoons   3,00 to   4 1)0
Evonhigs  7:111 to  8.so
Sundays   '.'.:|{| tn   '.ao
ORANBROOK, B.C.
Doctor Says
Vinol Is The
Best Tonic
HniH'st   (tpiuloi.  Doctor   Gtave
Ills I'ntiont
Bedford, Ohio.—"I was iu a pitiful
condition, weak, nervous anil run
down so I could not do my housework,
I had doctored for years ami tried
everything under the sun. A friend
told me ahout Vinol. I asked my
doctor ahout it, and lie replied, 'Il certainly is the best medicine that can be
had today. I couldn't give yon nny j
better.' I took it. und today I am us i
well and strong ns nny woman could ,
wish to be, and it was Vinol that saved
me."—Mrs. Frank A. Horkey. Ash St.,
Bedford, Ohio. j
We guarantee this famous cod liver .
and Iron tonic for nil such conditions, i
Sold by Cranbrook  Drug anil Book. |
The riant Which Is ItCYoIiillouizliig
lhe Tire Itepalr Industry.
With this plant we can rebuild and
retread either in ribbed or plain your
nld casings no matter how badly worn
so long as Hie walls are good, so they
will give you from 11000 to 5000 more
miles, at a cost or ?10.00 for plain and
$12.00 for ribbed retreading, for size
30x3 1-2, Send fur price list, for larger sizes. We use more tread rubber
in our work than is used on now tires.
Orders left with II. lt. Hlnton, Cranhrook. will receive prompt nltentlon.
or ship direct. We pay express
charges one way.
IV, Jf. BU8H,   rlncher   Creek, Alta.
VulcanIzer und Auto Painter.
riU-NBROOK  .WTO ASSOCIATION
HOLDS ITS ANNUA! MKETIM*
Tho annual meeting of the Cranbrook Auto Association was held lu
the City Hall on Monday evening-, lt
was not a very representative meeting. Instead ot having fifty or more
auto enthusiasts there on time, there
wore not moro than fifteen or twenty
and most of them wore an hour or
more late.
The auto association is one of the
organizations upon which this city
depends for Its bread and butter,and
the eoner the public wake to this fact
the beter, for, take it from the Herald, Cranbrook*s prosperity is bound
up in the tourist traffic and the
greatest factor in inducing tourists
to spend a few days here every year
Is the Auto Association, Evory tourist depends a god deal upon the Information obtained from the locnl
auto association and for that reason
Cranbrook autolsts should be thoroughly alive. There are thousands of
autolsts In Alberta, Saskatchewan
and Manitoba; other thousands in
Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon,
California and other states to the
south who are planning a tour that
Includes British Columbia, and who
would be very' grateful for reliable Information cowernlng the route to
take, information that can only be obtained through a live organization.
Who will hold up Cranbrook as a
light to these thousands If the Auto
Association falls down on the job?
The following officers were elected tor 1919: Dr. Green, lion, president; W. A. Nlsbet, president; W. H.
Wilson, sec.-treas.; executive committee (enlarged to ten)—F. M. MacPherson, A. C. Bowness, W. F. Cameron, Q. Hogarth, It. McCreery, ]•;. H.
McPhee, Lester Clapp, A. 0, Blaine,
Chester Staples and Col. Pollen.
The question of holding n returned
soldiers' picnic was referred to the
executive committee witli power to
add to their number.
Tlie membership commlttet was
authorize I to send out circular letters showing the work that hus beon
none during the past yeur and asking
ali auto owmiih to become ni-mibcrui
of the asRorlctlon    A gm: denl   of
SAVE the LEATHER
LIQUIDS one/ PASTES ■ For Black.WhiteTan^-/
Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes
KEEP YOUR SHOES
NEAT
THE
LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD
HIM, KEEP IOC POSTED OS SEWS, PROGRESS
DEVELOPMENT OF THK TOWNS AND
COMMUNITIES ALONft THE
CROWS NEST  PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RESIDENTS--
Three .Months for One Hollar
Six .Months for Two Hollars
fifteen Months for Five dollars
Mail this coupon with   money to Lethbrldge Herald.
IITIIIlllIIKii:  III-.I.ALH, totlllirldgc, 11. C.
Kudosed I'lml * tur which send tin- l.clhlirld.,c Dully
Herald lor     mmillis.
Kflino 	
Address   	
HG'Old
D&P
Ask your grocer to weigh a cake
of Gold So.-ip. You will see that
it is heavier than any other cake
of laundry soap at the price.
Stand it against the other cake.
You will see that Gold Soap is
larger. Try Gold Soap and you
will also see that it works better,
lasts longer and is a real econo*
my.
Cold Soap is made in tlie Procter & Gamble Factoritt
at Hamilton, Canada
jth-BIJ
1 -»'dj«
Soap
SHOE POLISHES
•CSURF.OALLEV CORPORATIONS LTO.,HAMILTON,CANADA
MINERS, PROSPECTORS
Mine Owners
THE CRANBROOK BOARD OF TRADE
will exhlliil samples of Ore from Ihis
.Mining District, nl the Mining Convention to lie held in Nelson, on
June llllli Inst.
If Vou want the benefit of this advertising before Ihe large number of Mining
Men who will attend this condition,
send sample*, of jour ores nl once—5
or 10 lbs—with the inline and location
and ownership of the mine or prospect
lo I.. II. McPliee, Crnnbrook, II. C.
THIS IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LAY YOUR
PROPOSITION  BEFORE   PROSPECTIVE   BUVEIIS.
TAKE AIIVANTAUi: OF IT AT ONCE.
CANADA
OFFERS"
vm
\S^$ASB>
T^OR every War Savings Stamp which you can
purchase today for a fraction over $4.00 the
Dominion of Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00
in 1924. If you cannot make an outlay of $4.00 at
one time, accumulate sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps
and exchange them for a $4.00 War Savings Stamp.
C Should circumstances compel you to realize on
your investment, your money with accumulated
interest is always available.
NATIONAL   WAR SAVINGS  COMMITTEE
(Krlll-li Columlila DIvMiin)
Vttlirnuvrr, B.C.
Bvy Thrift Stamps
Jameson's
HAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users  are  the  Con-
nolscnrs.
I. O.O. F.
KEV CITY LODGE, No. 42
Moots   every
Monday ulght
-  _ „ it Fraternity
Hull.      Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
W. M. Hnrrls        w. n. (lllroy
Secy. N. Q.
DR. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
Oltlco In Hnnpon Blork
OFFICE HOURS
l> lo  12. n.m.
1 to    fi p.m.
CIlANllllOOK, B.C
KiniOMISON.S DANCE ORCHESTRA
Now Open fur EiiKiifrenients.    One to
Four Pieces
Tlie Music witli tlie PEP.    For Terms
Apply
JIHS. EOMONOSON
or iilione 220 Cranbrook, B. C.
PRICES NARKED
Iu every Coeur d'Alene bedroom is a framed card on
which is printed the rates of
tho room,    hi other words
the-    Coeur d'Alene    Motel
marks   their   selling   prices
in  plain  figures.   Tiie patron knows what Ills hill will
bo; lie knows that he is not
being overcharged   through
a misunderstand—his or tlie
clerk's—ho  knows  that he
is paying just what every
other occupant of that room
pays—   no   more,   no   less.
That's   standard   American
practice in first class retail
stores; some day it will no
doubt be standard practice
in thc best hotels.
That framed card is a small
detail,   but   it    illustrates   the
Coeur d'Alene way    of    doing
things.    It's one of the many
concrete  applications  of    the
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room he
copies.
COEMD'ALENE
THE HOTEL WITH  A
PERSONALITY
Spokane. Washington
cranbrook  cottage
hospital
Private Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial Oovt.
Maternity nnd (iencrul Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Plione 259 p. o. Boi 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
TIIE HOME IIAKERV
U»M* Frame, Prop.
."•resli llrenil, dikes, Pies
nnd 1'iistry
Norbnry Ave.      Opp City Hall
MONUMENTS
Kootenny Granite it Monumental Co., Ltd.
General Stone Contractors and
Monumental Winks
Frnnt-*t„ Nelson   P. 0. box M.*,
GET THAT 01,11 HOUSE
FIXED IIP BEFORE IT FALLS
110WN0R GIVE US A CONTRACT TO BUIL1I YOU A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phone 78 or 876     P.O. Bozlfll
FOR PAINTING AND
TAPERHAXGING. ETC
—Plwno—
JOHN GARD
PHONE XO. 41)0,
CRANBROOK   .   B. C.
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, a C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m: In
tbe Fraternity Hall
C. G. Borestrom. 0. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. ft s.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge aad Greenklll Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
■'raying nnd Trnnsfetrln^
Olven prompt attention
Phone (I
The. Kline Specialist
JOE MAJIAPODI
Satisfaction Guaranteed
.headquarters ft r all klndn of
Repairs
P. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone .'I..H
Norbury Aie, next lo Clly'tlall
Montana Reslnurniil
Heals at All Hoars
Cigars, Cigarettes aad Candy
CRANBROOK 8THKICT.
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
If vou want satisfaction
with vour waahiur
send it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Boecial nrlces for famllv
work
0R.DaVAM'S FEMALE PILLSSK,'
medicine for nil IVmnlc Complaint. »■"• a box,
or three for (ID, ut dniij nU-n.-.. Mnilc-1 toiuiy
nddrewinii receipt of (iricf. Tin. Sv-hiki.i. Ihu.h
Co., SI. Catharine*, Ontario.
PH0SPH0M0L FOR MEN^S"
for Nerve nnd Bruin; IttcftRMJ 'yicy matter'i
■ Tonic- will tniiklyou up. fita Cox'or two for
P.atdruffton-u.orbytualloancFlpt ot erlee
Vam Rmnt Bunco.,«. CiUurtiwa, ontuia. THURSDAY, MAY 28th, 1910
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAOG  IKHKJO
ASTIGMATISM
Tills form of eye trouble
is prevalent among young
people and causes liead-
oolies, eyestrain anil all
sorts of trouble. Astigmatism is a malformation
of the eye ball, ami requl-
roa specially ground lenses, perfectly fitted nml
placed, to overcome tiie
error,
our special knowledge
of this peculiar trouble
enabled ns to prescribe
Uie right glasses to correct this fault.
W. H. V1U09
We Have a Complete
-Slock of -
Trout
Fishing
Tackle
Including a Nice Assortment ot !
FLIES
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    B. C
GRIP, INFLUENZA
Hamlin's Wizard Oil a Rsllabla,
Antlsaptle Pravantlva
During influenza epidemics spray
the nose and throat several times a
day with one part Wizard Oil and
two parts water, using an atomizer.
If you haven't an atomizer, gargle
tlie throat and snuff the mixture up
the nose. This treatment sets up au
antiseptic wall of defense against
"Flu" germs.
Chest colds nnd sore throat lead
to grip. Stop them at once with
Wizard Oil before they can develop
into dangerous influenza.
Get.it from druggists for 30c, If
not satisfied, return t.ic bottle and
get your money hack.
Ever constipated or Imve sick headache; fust try Wizard Liver Whips,
pleasant little pink pills, .'Or nt druggists.   Guaranteed.
Local and Personal
Insure with Deale & Klwell.
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 9.
Tlie fire brigade had a run last Friday evening—a rubbish pile was afire.
Lt.--l.ol, Pollen spent a week at Hie
const, returning last Thursday.
Wanted—A competent nurse; apply
to Mrs. F. W. Green. 20-tf.
The dunce on Wednesday evening of
last week In the Parish Hall was ..
very enjoyable affair.
The new creamery on Norbury avc,
Ih turning out a due quality of ice
cream and lu large quantities.
Ih your siibaciiption paid to the
Herald? If not, now Ih 11 good time
10 pay it.
The office of the tilectrlc Light Co.
lias boen removed to Norbury avenue,
wliere there is more room tor display.
Joseph Bourdmaii, of Coal Creek, is
the new chief of police at Fernie, to
succeed Chief W-olsby, resigned.
Wonted—L*.r...!ie! Lined Refrl.^rnliv
t-ocond hand, mt.si be in good condl
tun.  Phon* the 'He-old Office.     21 tf.
WANTED—To buy for cash, 6
roomed modern house; must be cheap.
AddresB Box 4, Herald office.   21-tf
Tho old post office at Golden is being turned into a club room for the
Veterans.
The City Band did itself proud on
the 24th. Complimentary remarks
were made from many quarters.
For Sale—J. and J. Taylor safe lu
good condition. Apply to Pr Burns &
Co.. Ltd. 20-tf
Pte. S. L. Coupe, with his wife and
two children, arrived on Monday and
were gtven a hearty reception.
1 Fifty second hand sewing machines
i ln good running order, most of them
j drop heads, for sale cheap at the
: Singer store, phone 157. 2-mly
Bam Mct'arly. V. li. I.. Bjork and C.
E. Davis, prominent Eureka, Mont..
business men. uiotoroi! over in Mr.
McOarty's Oldsmoblle to attend the;
bin day Saturday.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
BORN—At Canyon City, cm May IS.
to Mr, and Mrs. U Hnssack. a son.
The water on the Kootenay flats Is
rising very rapidly, so rapidly in fact
that cuttle owners are driving the,
stock up Into the hills.
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing  taught,    For  particulars
phone 404 or box 428.— Mrs.,
Van Braam. 46-tf
The Ladles Auxiliary <>r the <•   W.
v. A. will hold ii whisi Drive In the
i Vi'iernns' Parlors on Friday evening
t Mjj 30th, 1019.   Corns tu and spend
:ij-->
1>I"  li.
IMAGIC
BAKING
POWDER
CONTAINS.NO ALUM
'• hhde'in'canad**
Pte. Harry Fyles, M. M., arrived
from the front on Saturday and waB
given a hearty welcome home.
StrawlM-rrk-H—Fedlfmed strawberry plants: Senator Dnnlap and Ma-
goon. Hardy, northern grown stock.
Monrart Wlgen, Wynndel.
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
PHONG    •    :m;   or   llll
Noal Piola    j
liPiii'ml Coitttftolor in
I.ATIIIMi, I'M NT 111. KICK K
STONE * CRjtKNT WORK
P ci Dtn 21a        Fornlo, B. r.
p. 0, Box 71 ■ Cranbrook, B. o.
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
is al
Alex Hurry's
Tables  in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
l'l.ANS, SPECIFICATIONS,
KNTI.MATKS   A*il>
NIT'i:lM\TKNIIA\( E
ItniKMlelllnit mid llepalrs a
Sin-Halt).
J.    ¥.   II B (' II C II0 V T
CIIAM1HOOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Kiynlar MeeHng
8EC0N1I  SATI'KIIAV ol each
miMilli at 2 |i.m. In I lie City Hall
J. P. Lewis
kimiii:iii,i:v, n. c.
I have Just Installed a (lasn*
line Service Tank aud will be
nlncl to llll your orders.
Let us supply you also Willi
OILS, TIKES, SMAI.I. FORI)
IIEI-AIKS, ETC.
LEG SORE
A huge sore—very deep—full ot
(onl discharge. Agony all day; no
rest at night Then—just a few drops
of tho gentle, cooling liquid, D.D.D.
Irritation and pain gone. Sweet, refreshing sleep at night. In due time,
complete cure. We -guarantee D.D.D.
Oranbrook Drue and Book Oo.
G ,i Spreull represented the Cran-
brook Hoard of Trade »t tin1 banquet
given to Mr E W. Beatty, president ol
tlie c. P. it., in Nelson on Saturday
evening.
if yon are shipping any lumber to
Europe, or any oheoaoj butter or toe
cream; any ham, bacon or eggs; be
sure nnd brand them "Canada Product" as that is Ihe trail*; murk thai
has been chosen by the Canadian
Trade Commission for goods going to
Bhirope under government credits-,
Peace-time work can be on a wartime soale, bul il isn't,    Why?
BORN   Al  Ochre  River.  Manitoba.)
mi May 20th, to Mr   and Mrs. VV. -I
Blair, 11 daughter.    (Mrs. Blair Is tli"
daughter ol W, A. Myers, lhe managing editor of ihe Herald. 1
To be in the fashion the Btreei
workers of the city went out on strike
luKt Friday, bul thoy could not stand
idleness when there was so much
w.nk to do and they were nil hack to
work HKiiin next day.
WANTED — Ranch: Owners who
have for sale Improved ranch property with grazing suitable for several
hundred horses <>r cattle kindly reply
10 -Hox 20" Herald office, Riving full
particulars. :'l-2t
!         I'KIUi:  or THK  west 5
!         kmtth. coons *
1 llrltlsh-n.liinmht-Mudr
J                   Buy ut I Ionic 1
j Mackay.   Smith,    IIIhIi- \  Co. {
Get busy; that's the only way to get
over the present crisis, ir you can't
find anything else to do. go back to
the land and raise spuds. Potatoes'
and boiled cod make a cheap and .
nourishing dish.
Singer Sewing machines for fnmlly
use, took alt tbe first prizes at the
San Prancosco Fair judged by experts.
They must be the best machine: for!
sale at the Singer store for five I
dollars casfc and $3.00 monthly. Wei
will take your old machine In part j
payment.   Phone 157. 1 2-mly
It is said by those who have recently returned from the coast ihat ten
thousand men are Idle in Vancouver
and that  thousands  more are  being
laid off, and an effort Is being made i
to unload this surplus labor, but not j
with nny great success.    In the face ;
of this many  more men    are    still
orowdlng into the cities of Vancouver j
and Victoria.    Cranbrook is a good j
place to stay, people; you'll travel a
Ion® way to get a better.
Mountain Lodge A. P. & A. M., of
c.olden, have presented the G. W. V.
A. branch of that town with a purse
containing $50.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Women's Institute haa been postponed .from June 3rd to Thursday,
June Sth.   Members kindly note.
How about your office stationery?
. If you wont to get a renewed supply
we can do it for you with neatness
and despatch.
Mrs. S. W. Ryekman left on Sunday j
to attend the musical festival held in {
Let hbridge on Tuesday, Wednesday j
nnd Thursday of this week.
The fence around tiie memorial to
"Tin* Heroic Dead" has already been
put up and the ground enclosed seed-1
ed down.
For Sale—ln Slate mill? two 4-roora
ed houses on 88 ft. frontage, city water nnd wood shed. Apply Mrs. Kelsey.
8l-8t*
FOR    SALE   Wood sawing  outfit;
3 borne power gasoline engine, built
In magneto, 3ti Inch pole saw end la-
i We.   Apply Box 42. Herald office. 21-8
Primary and Kindergarten
school: Principal, MIsh Rum-
say, Burw-ell avenue. For particulars phone 357. 2m.
Forest fires have begun throughout
the province. Thc public are warned
thut every care must be taken to prevent Die starting or spreading of fires
In the standing timber.
ForSttle--Chenp second hand three
oven French range, complete with hot
water tank, guaranteed tn good working order. Apply box 54, Cranbrook,
1). 0.| alio a limited number of sasti
und doors of various sizes and a quan'
(Ity of oOier building material.
Herbert L. Derr, of Spokane, apent
a couple of days last week with his
friend Frank McMahon, of Klmberley.
As he has a rep. as a ball pitcher he
Played with Wycllffe In the ball tour-
nament held here on'the 24th. He
sure showed some speed and a variety
of curves, shoots end slants that got
the coat of both Wardner and Fernle
teams.
mm
Upius
Keep the stomach well,
the liver active, the bowels
regular, and the breath
will be sweet and healthy.
But let poisons accumulate in the digestive organs,
the system bee-"-:ics clogj-e.l,
gases for::. ... ,!:e stomr.c.4
and affect the breath.
Correct
these conditions with
Beecham's Pills. They
promptly regulate the bodily functions and are a quick
remedy for sourstomach and
Bad Breath
UrttatSah •( ur Medietas ia Ik* WcrUL
MM -mrr-what*.   Is btxsat 25c,
The Safe Soap
Ivory Snap dues not cause enlarged pores
or blackheads as strong soaps often do.
Ivory's mildness and purity make it safe
for even the tender skin of babies as
shown by its use in millions of nurseries.
Ivory Soap is free from uncombjned
alkali, unsaponiiied oil and all harsh
materials which make some soaps harmful. Ivory will not irritate your skin
no matter how tender it is or how often
you bathe.
IVORY SOAP
99fl* PURE
Made in the Procter & Gamble factories at Hamilton, Canada     \3%
Chicago Foot
Specialist is
Coming Here
At considerable expense and trouble, we have arranged for a foot expert to be at this store
Saturday, May 31st, 1919
for the convenience of foot sufferers.
Examination   and Advice Free
Hurting Feet v        ' "** Complete Comfort
This expert, who is one of lhe Slaff ol Dr. \\ m. M. Scholl,
the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is able
to tell al once what the real cause of your foot trouble is.
He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect
does houses.
Tfwvisa
DC Scholl
Applicoiai orHontdy ErE/em Hot TtvuSlt
No matter how simple or how serious your foot trouble
is, he can tell you land ihow you1 how to gain
Immediate Relief
and a rapid correction ot the difficulty.   Remember the
dates.   Be lure to come in.   Everybody welcome.
[Fink  Mercantile Co.
"Watdt etbt/rsfeet*
Easily Cleared Land
AT OWNER.S PRICE
Adjoining Railrood Station
25(1 AIUI.K AT »16.00 FEB ACRE
•ion ACRES AT *U.OO PEK ACRE
880 ACRES AT #10.00 PER ACItK
Hlver Kriiiitniff.     Xo Improvement-..
F. A. RUSSELL,      Y.M.C.A. Bldg.    1
('RANBROOK. B. C.
CHEVROLET s490'
$1075.00
BABY GRAND SPECIAL   -   -   $1685.00
Dodge Bros. Cars  -   $1835.00
PRICES E.O.B. f'HAXBBOOK
CArloail of CHEVR0T.ET8 arriving nexl week Inrlntline 'llnhj lirnnil Spoclpls'
The KOOTENAY Garage
AGENTS
PHONE   147 ■
THE      CRANDHOOK      HERALD
THURSDAY, MA-J 2..lli. 1IH9
IMRKKK-DAIIDO
An interesttug and pretty wadding
was wituesaod by a large congregation at St. Saviour's Clmrch, West-
olltt, on Wednesday, April 30Ui, when
Mr. Percy Parker, or Vancouver, B. ('..
formerly of Cranbrook, was married
to Miss Edith Daddo, (laughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter 0. Daddo, of Valkyrie Road, Westi'lil'l'. Tlie ceremony
was performed by the vicar (Rev. II.
Morrison Rose). The bridegroom was
supported by his brother. Lance Corporal A. E. Parker, who iiad just returned from Belgium. Tlie bride is
well known In tho borough for her
musical abilities, being accompanist
to both the Southend .Madrigal Society
and tlie Wostciiff Operatic Society,
Mr. Cyril Daddo. the bride's brother,
presided at the organ and played ap
proprtate music. A largely attended
reception was afterwards held at the
West cliff Institute, where un orc^e:
tra of friend;; kindly contributed some
excellent music, and many musical
friends present contributed largely to
the enjoyment of the guests;. Tbe presents were numerous and beautiful
the bridegroom also presenting handsome souvenir* to tlie bridesmaids,
The readers of the Herald will all
join with us in wishing theae young
couple much joy ami prosperity.
A special meeting of thc Parmora I
Institute will be held ou Saturday, I
June 7th,    Important business.
QUEEN'S
UNIVERSITY
KINGSTON,
Ontario
ARTS
Part of tbe Arts course mny be coveted by
corrcspuntleuce.
MEDICINE EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Mining, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical  and   Electrical
Engineering
SUMMER SCHOOL       NAVIGATION SCHOOL
July ind August. December lo April
2d GEO. Y. CHOWN. Reghtrtr.
FOR SALE
:t acres close lo towni -?i
ncrcs rleiircd, '2 acres In crnji—
alialia. rye and oats aouselierrj
billcbcill rants nnd raspberry
bushes mul twelve crab apple
trees, IIU roots rhuharh.
fi roomed plaslered house, chicken bouse nnd I'i.'i chickens.
Ilarn for three head of cattle.
{- ood well water. Proper! y
ull pagro wire fenced.
Price slum on easy terms.
For further particulars apply
Beale & Elweli
CIUNUKOOK, l(.C.
COST OF TREATING ORES OF
SULLIVAN MINK REDUCED
J, J. Warren, general manager of
the Consolidated Mining and Smelt
ing Co., lias mnde the statement that
a cheap way of treating the ores ol
the Sullivan mine at Kimberley. It
is understood that President War
ren's announcement means that the
experts at Trail have been successful
in evolving a method of treatment
which results in the saving of the sil
ver. lead and zinc iu the ore from the
Sullivan, which lias become (be largest producer of tonnage on the com
pany's list.
INVESTING FOK CHILDREN
If heads of families drawing inter
eat from Victory Bonds dp not consider the umount largo enough to
invest ou tlieir own account, they
might well put il. into War Savings
Stumps for their children,
The holder of a $100 Victory Bond
received $5.50 a year, which, if put
Into War Savings Stamps for a child,
would mean a saving of 10c a week
on which uu amount c<|iial to ubout
5 per cent simple Interest is paid.
A. $200 Victory Bond annually benrs
$11 interest, which, put into War
Savings Stamps, would mean tlie saving of a little over 20c u week, draw
Ing about 5 per cetit simple interest.
A $500 Bond pays $27.50 i year in
Interest, which, Invested in War Savings Stamps, would mean tiie saving
of 51c a week, or 1% a day, for every
day in tlie year, and constitutes a
very considerable sum.
So If the amount paid in Victory
Bond Interest is too small for the
parent to put Into War Savings
Stamps, lt should at least make a fine
start for a child.
Western Labour declared Itself at
a recent convention in Calgary as
being In favour of an industrial So*
viat control In place of our present
form of Government, and further declared Its full acceptance of the principle of proletarian dictorslilp as the
means of transforming society from
a capitalistic to a commercial basis.
A committee of five was appointed to
carry out tbe necessary propaganda
work of the "One Big Union." It le
a significant Tact that Victor It. iMd-
geley, of Vancouver, was elected tc
this committee. This creature was
one of the bunch who organized the
dlstredltable "24-hour strike" in Vancouver last summer, as a mark of
"sympathy" with tlie draft-evader
Goodwin, who was killed while resisting arrest. The returned men of
the coast city marked their disapproval at the time by malting Midgely
kiss the flag, and threatening to run
him out of town. Why uot present
tbe whole committee with free transportation to Russia—the land of their
dreams—Tiie Veteran,
WANT ADS.
THE STAR BECOND HAND STORE
We are always at the other end of
Phone 9. For nnytliing in the furniture line—If you want to buy, sell or
exchange, ring Plione 9.
Piano, Classic, splendid tone nnd
condition— $285.
New   Williams   Sewing   Machine,
tradle, perfect order $12.00.
SET   OP   DICKENS    WORKS-new;
published at $50; sell for $20.
MAGNIFICENT MASSIVE OAK SIDE
board; $22.
Globe-We rnock  book    cane,
desk section $20.00.
-- HEAR -
W. J. Bowser
K. C.
Leader of the Opposition in the
Provincial Legislature, in the
Auditorium, Oranbrook
Saturday, May 31st
Chair will be taken at 8 p.m.
A Cordial Invitation is extended to All.
Come and hear an interesting talk on the
public affairs of the province.
\
Two Shirt Waist Dances
June llth & 25th
—I'riini 8 to 12 ii.m.—
KIXAL FOB THK BEASOJi—
BIG DANCE- -JULY lst
l-'riiin II p.m. to I n.m.—
I'
-
»
ADMISSION TO EACH DANCE        - -       50c   ' i
\^ftAt..\t*Ad*'*'»At''t*'At" —Ai1 fAi"-^t"m^i>""\vi
SIDSIC BY "IKS. I'DMOMIMOVN ORCHESTRA
REST FLOOR REST MUSIC    t >
Come and line a flood Time
LAND OWNERS & Returned Soldiers
TO ASSIST RETURNED SOLDIERS IN
SECURING SATISFACTORY LOCATIONS, nml as tin' Soldiers' I.mnl Settlement llonnl will deal mil} wllh lionn fide
owners, the Crnnbrook*Board of Trade
will accept llsliiiiis of mi) |,ro|ierlles for
snle in (lie district. Those lists to he for
Ihe sole use of returned men desliiim
farm Innils.
FOB LISTING FORMS APPLY TO—
W. M. HARRIS
Seu'y Board of Trade
Cranbrook, B.  C.
I P***W>-   *»»Jli'-.*»*Bi"*»lMi»» mstJLi   moJtj'-mtlLii i itlftt, irftwm ntt/i,m i iHflim i iWUm irfll.ni isMkitt   rflftui   iflUm ntlftsttf^
Greatest Hardware Sale & Greatest
Hardware Bargains in the
History of East Kootenay
McBride has Sold Out
<
ffil,nt,r\e\m.,nfcm.sAi\»e,4isumt,fls\ttisAs\n ses\fsm  i*tA»pl
EDISON THEATRE ]
-DANCE   PROGRAM- ^   *
?
LADIES AM) MEN— I wish lo iiniioiinee llmi I
have sold onl my entire stock of lli.rdwi.re, otc.,
to .Mr. V. Parks, who will lake possession Jusi as
soon as we can lake Ihe inventor) after June 2nd.
The slore will lie elosed on .lane 2nd and remain elosed until tlie Inventory is coinplolod, lint
Commencing Wednesday
May 28th
—at 8 o'clock a.m	
•   OPES TlllHSHAY. FRIDAY AND SATI'IHIAV KYKMWiS
We will offer all mir Shelf Goods I'linststiiiir nf oyerytlilng
usually stocked in an ujMiwIiitc llnrihvore Store, ut ONK*
,1'OUI.TH OFF RK.in.AK SELLING PRICES. Space nr
time will not permit us to enumerate all lines. IVo here. '
with mention 11 ten umi quote prices nhleli will lartrely
irovi'rn tlironaliout.
Any urttrlo or number of arlicles iiiiiountiiig- to $1,110 will
In1 snld for 7,.1-j nay article or lllimlifr of article-* niixiiintliii*
In Ml for #l..*.ii.
All onr RANGES, GRA.MTEWARE. TINWARE. PAINTS,
VARNISHES, STAINS AND ALL SPORTING GOODS, FISH*
ING TACKLE. GUNS, Etc.. In fact, we Imve only from this
dale until .lime 1st to clean onr tlicsc miiiiy Hues. Our loss
. will lie your mill and HEM EMBER—OXE DOLLAR SAVED
IS ONE DOLLAR MADE. Tills sale Is authentic and nlll at
once ainieul to the purchaser who can npprectute wlmt a
sininf- menus. ,.
Get in Early and Often while the GREAT SALE is on :
A HII.-.IHI RANGE for »8!i.7i.) A slln.oo RANGE for WM.
TABLE- KNIVES. SILVERWARE. ELECTRIC IRONS.
ELECTRIC STOVES, TOASTERS, Etc. All ul One Quarter
Off the IIcimiIiii- Price.  Slinly Economy (or the nest few days.
i
f
tyStL.
HEATERS  AT  VERY  SPECIAL
PRICES
f
Come ami l.»uk Around) tlnni yon will ror.
laliilj lie riiinincnl thai lho |irlC08 nlll Iw mm'*
flrloiitly attractive.
Kindly note that m- will not s«ll ono ilallnrN
worth on credit, nor will wo oxclMiigi* any article
oiioo. it loiuon tiio store.
We Itoro doslro to titanic tho piitillo for their
jtHtroiuifio In tlto past and will do our ..est to tare
tho city owing no ono.
A inihi thanking yon.     I a in.
J. D. McBride
GASOLINE AT 40c UN*IL THE TAJIKS
ItUX DRY.
| *f*mjs,*e*Ai''*t*A>'''»&''»&"*»^^ 1r----vft«** | |
Herald  Want Ads  Pay
r
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Etfoctlvo June lst, 1919.   Thoro will bo a general change 111 Iraln
service.   Times for trains nl CmnhroDk will lie:
No. 87
■tally
23.00
l.v   Modlolne Hal   Ar
So. 68
Dally
6.15
2*.:in*
l.v   Calgary   Ar
7.50
Organ—nine stoim, good tone, $14. j
RBDPATH'S HISTORY OP THIi
World, In nine volumes, bound In too.
rocco, puhllolicd at $45; $15.
Riding Saddle—Splendid condition
Price $14.00.
.1.-15
0.39
12.10
12.20
l.v   Lotlibrltlgo   Ar
l.v    Pernio   Ar
Ar   CranlinHik    l.v
l.v  Crnnbrooli   Ar
Ar
15.15 Ar   Klngsgnto   l.v
15.55 Ar   Knolemiy l.anillng   l,v
Km- hirtlior particulars apply to any tlckol agent,
J. K. I'ltoiTolt, Dlstrlcl Passenger Agent, Calgary.
2.00
18.41
10.15
10,0.1
la.io
ii.i'ii
Set Pony Hornesn, Oood on new $12
*Ai"t"Ai"tnAi"*"Ai"*t'Ai"t"Ai" sAf" f*Af"f\
More Bread &
Better Bread
INTRODUCING
King's Quality Flour
.Made from tho RhJ'ST WHEAT
12,000 Hnrrels Daily
Produced by
MAPLE LEAF .HILLING CO.
Largest Flour Milling Co. in
Canada
Branch at Medicine Hat- -
Hedley Shaw MillliiR Co.
DON'T MISS
Hearing the Wonderful Silver-Throated
Starr Phonograph
or EDISON'S Rc-CREATED MUSIC
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
IV. J. ATCHISON, Ngr.
Uiiy rimnii 71.
Mlirlit Phono illlll
Cranbrook Trading Co ; •
JVs» itsy\m tnfseXetsmfts,
AUKJiTS
»»\ftm t*fm
^■■■Vr
fl
OPENING DANCE
-ttr-
Kimberley
Wed., June 4th
-In-
HANDLEY'S HALL
MHS.   HIIMOJIDSOK'N
Oltt'HKHTKA
$203 - per Couple
»
GRAND
DANCE
AT
Wycliffe
Fri. June 6,19
Proceeds for local
Red Cross branch
$1 per couple
Extra. Lady      50c
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