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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 24
PltOBINCIAI,  LIBRARY
APr. l.i»23.
CRANBROOK, B.C., FltlllAV,   JANUARY   19,   1023
\ 1   il It K li    4 7
G.W.V.A.   St. Patrick's Day Dance,   friday^enino. Man* ,«h.
VJ«    ▼ ▼   •    t   • a. mt */ ^ At the Auditorium
Local Hockey Boys
Maintain Lead
iti'iti Concentrator ttextelto hi
his! (inme On 1 riilii)
K rolling rust
In Hit' fastest, uumi thrilling game
ur ilio present BOQtioti mi Friday Inet
ul Kimberley, tho Cranbrook loam
wore victors over llio Concentrator to
the l mm ot 0—4.
li wua u nip nml luck affair from
gong to gong, both teams travelling
nt a tost clip. Tho Concentrator
scored Urst a few mtmitea after the
start, ami tilings looked none too rosy
l'or Cranbrook. However, they tied
the score before the period ended.
Tho second spasm produced brilliant hockey, Cranbrook being one up
at ihe conclusion; score 4—3.
From the beginning of the lliutl period things were lively indeed. Kef-
ereo Colwell over-ruled Goal Judge
Hayden on a disputed goal, nud after
a conflab. Dr. Huffman allowed It,
Cranbrook scoring Immediately after,
and holding (heir lead till time.
Tho work of the Cavanaugh boys
for Concentrator was a feature, while
Buster Huffman's exhibition was par
excellence. He was here, there and
everywhere, and his solo rush stick
handling through the whole Concentrator team brought the fans to their
feet. Doc. Huffman accounted for 3
goals, Buster Huffman for 2, and H.
Blumenauer 1. The line-ups were;
Concentrator
Goal: Martin.   Defence: Nogle and
Trembath.   Centre: Cavanaugh.   Forwards: Cavanaugh, Scott.
Cranbrook
Goal: T. Hogarth.   Defense: R. Blumenauer aud Batchelor.    Centre:   B.
Huffman.   Forwards: H. Blumenauer.
H. Bridges. B. Hogarth, Dr. Huffman.
Length' Standing
Won Lost For Agst.Pts.
Cranbrook ;i 0 12 7 C
Tunnel 2       1      11     10       I
Wycliffe 0       a       5       S       u
Concentrator    0      2      8      11      0
(ran brook's Goal Scorers
Goals Assists  Pts.
Dr. Huffman 6 2        i-i
Buster Huffman        2 T> 9
li. Blumenauer 2        l        fi
H. Blumenauer 1 0 2
H. Bridges 1 0 2
Totals 12 it 32
ITNNKK TEAM GETS
SECOND  WIN.  BEATING
UVrUFFi: SUNDAY LAST
FORMER   MINISTEK OF
LAUOK TO  VISIT CITY
ON   WEDNESDAY   NEXT
Ofitclills Of O.K.T. Will He i:n-
tertnlnetl Al Btuiquol \u
Liii-nl Organ taiittoii
Beitalor Gttleou Robertson, 3rd vice
president 0. R.T., Kx-Mlntster of Labor for Canada, In company with Mr.
Qeorgo Otlbort, olialrman of Western
Lines. Keiinnt, will pay a visit to tills
clly on Wednesday next, January 21th,
to meal the local organization ou husiness.
Il is tho Intention to hold a banquet
and invite a few others of various organizations of tho city to be present.
A business meeting will be held after
Ihe banquet.
I'UANItltOOk  HUSK AL
SOCIETY  NOTES
EXHIBITION   HOCKEY
«A!.Mi:   FRIDAY  NIGHT
LEAGUE MATCH SUNDAY
An attempt was made In get a hockey game arranged with Lumberton
on tho C. R. C. Rink Wednesday afternoon, but it was found that* the B.C.
Spruce Mills team could noi make the
date. Later it was decided to pull oil
ihe game on Friday night at the rink.
This is an exhibition game, ami Is expected to show off some fast work on
tbe ice.
On Sunday afternoon at the C. R. C.
Rink the local team will meat the
Tunnel sextette In a league fixture.
Admission lo this match will be by
tickets only, which must he purchased
on Saturday, the 20th, at The Cranbrook Book anil Drug Company's
store.
The same day Wycliffe are scheduled to clash with tlie Concentrator
team.
OFFICERS INSTALLED
BY DURHAM ENCAMPMENT FOR NEW TERM
Fust Game On Good Ice Allows
Visitors To Hold  11m ir
League Stanilinir '
(Special to The Herald)
Wycliffe, B.C Jan. it Musaor's
bullet - like shot that glanced oft*
Crow's band and rolled Into goal
after 38 minutes of overtime play, followed by a fluke shot by QrlQUhi on
(■Ill's pass during a general mix-up
In from of lite Wycliffe nets three
minutes before rinsing time, decided
Sunday's hockey fixture between the
Kimberley Tunnel und Wycliffe on the
Ideal rink by a score Of B goals to B.
The Ice was lu perfect condition and
New oliileei's for the usual six
monthly term were Installed with the
usual ceremony on Thursday evening,
;it the regular meeting of Durham En-
I'ampment, No. 12. W. S. Johnston.
P. C. P., as the District Deputy Grand
Patrlach, acted as the Installing ofll-
Tbe following were the officers
to be duly Installed:
C. P  K. II. McPhee
S. W A. Burtch
H. 1*  IS, (!. DIpgley
J. W   T. Drew
Scribe   .1. U Palmer, P.C.P.
Tragi  S. Fyles. P.C.P.
1st Watch  w. S. Johnson, P.C.P.
2nd Watch   W. Wolfer
3rd  Watch       B. Walker
4th Watch   C. A. Towrtas
1. t;  J. Manning
0.0 W. (\ Adlard. P. i". P.
At the conclusion of the lodge pro-
edlngl a social time was enjoyed by
the members present.
the game was tme of the cleanest and
best, nml was productive of more fast
skating and marvellous goal tending
than any game so far witnessed on
local Ice, although both teams showed a deplorable lack of combination.
t)niy Crowe's sterling work In goal
saved Wycliffe from a fur worse beating than was administered to them
During the first  period especially the
Tunnel    forwards    pelted   him   with
shots, and again and again they pass-
(Continued on  page six)
The concert   al
which  ihe  Bran
Band will be the cb
Of t'ealtire will be
lield on Sunday. Fe
iruary 86th al the
Star Thoatre,   Ana
■l   ironi   Ihe ileius
which they will pal
'orm they will ac
company the audle
ne iu community
KECREATION  <
NOTES
.UB
MOVE  ON   FOOT  Hi
|  RE-ORGANIZE THE CRANBROOK   RIFLE  ASSOC
singing.    Regular and  punctual  at-lPAHK   QUESTION   WILL   BE
tendance at   practises  is  essential   If     REVIVED  AT MEETING OF
ibis concert la to be a success. BODIES INTERESTED
There are  vacancies  for  beginners.
Instruments are provided and free In*
Btructlon given. Application for membership should be made on Wednesday
evenings at 7.30 p.m. al  the G.W.V.A.
Hall.
A miscellaneous concert has been
arranged for Friday, February tith at
the Auditorium. Members are asked
to bring their copies of tbe part song
book to I he rehearsal on Monday
I'cuing next.
The attendance at the rehearsal lasl
Monday was very gratifying. Enthusiasm ran high, and some satisfactory
performances of II. M- S. Pinafoie
should result. There are still vacancies for two basses, Keenness is the
most essential qualification for membership.
DEBARRED LAWYER WELL
KNOWN IN K. KOOTENAY
IN    FORM Fit   HAYS
Tiie sword of Democeles, which has
been flirting over [Sandy MacNeil'a
bead for many years, at last has worn
out the thread, and he was cast into
outer darkness on Wednesday of this
week, when Benchers of Ihe Law So-
clety of Brltisli Columbia disbarred
him from further practice of law in
the Province of British Columbia for
unprofessional conduct. Two other
coasl lawyers gol the .same medicine,
and three others are still on tho anxious seal. The Law Society seems at
last to be coming to its senses. In
i Alberta the other day. a judge sentenced a Calgary lawyer to seven
years in the pen. for misappropriating
trusi  funds.—Fernie Free Press.
It is also recalled by tbe older residents here-that Mr. MacNeil was at
one lime school principal in Cranbrook. about twelve years or so ago,
going from here to Fernie. where ho
took up the study of law.
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in
ie alderm
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of
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ut
F. Camer
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•    •#•••••
G.W.V.A.  NOTES
A Special General Meeting is called
ror Sunday. January 21s( at 3 p.m.
IMPORTANT Hl'siNKSS.
The big Masquerade Ball will be
held in the Auditorium on March 16.
It was previously announced for tho
17th, bui has been changed because
the 17th falls on a Saturday. The best
of music is assured, and we will try
and malic this the bell yet.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Toller and
young son spent a couple of dnys hi
Fernie this week, leaving on Tuesday
evening's train, and returning Thurs-
Motioil  By Aid. Hrmisdou  Will
Ask For Return Covering Administrative particulars
What was expected to be merely u
short   opening session    o!
council  developed    some
discussion before the two li
adjourned at 0 p.m.    All il
were  present   with   the  e:
Aid. Jas. Cameron, who w
or the city, and Mayor \V,
presided.   City Supt. K. C.
also present, and a little
Worden and Mr. and Mrs. .
rived as interested ratepayers,
T. M. Roberts read his report as
returning officer, officially declaring
be results of Ihe civic elections. On
motion of Aldermen Balment and
tones  this  was  ordered  filed.
There was a little discussion as to
be question of what night tho coun-
•il should hold lis regular meeting,
and the second Wednesday of every
nonth was finally decided upon. The
police commission meeting previously
fixed for this date will probably be
altered to the second Thursday. Ald-
-'rman Bronsdon staled thai he knew
a good many people were dependent
upon the press reports for ibeir knowledge of what was done at the meet
fugs, and thought thai the meetings
ought lo be held earlier than Thursday lo allow the papers lo get the
best reports on tbe meetings. This
seemed to meel with general approval, and the 'light fa* formally fixed
for the second Wednesday at S p.m..
by motion of Aldermen Jones and
Bronsdon.
Nets Court of Revision Dale
The council was asked by the city
clerk to name the committee of five
to constitute the court of revision on
the assessment roll, to sit on Friday.
February 1Mb. according to the act. it
was finally decided that Aldermen
Flowers. Jones, Jas. Cameron, Bronsdon and Kllby constitute the court of
revision, to sit at 7,30 ou that date
to bear appeals against assessments.
When the question of grants for the
coming year was brought up, the suggestion made by Aid. liniment, to leave
the consideration of these till the estimates were taken up, was concurred
in by the council.
The city clerk introduced for the
consideration of the council the customary lomporary loan by-law, by the
terms of which the city is authorized to borrow from the bank for current requirements against the current
taxes not collectable till June. This
was given Its three readings.
Aid. Ilronsdon (lives Notice
of Motion,
Alderman Bronsdon enquired as to
whether bo would be In order in presenting a motion on new business, and
THE SCOTTISH CURLERS ARRIVE
The boilers Ol the club heating
plain have been repaired and steam
turned en.   if no unfortunate mishaps
develop tlie club swimming pool  w
be open lo patrons on .Monday next,
January 22nd.
As a meeting of ihe Hoard held this
week   a   committee   was  appointed   to
endeavour to obtain a first class gymnasium Instructor, the nuesl to be carried to Winnipeg and other large centres.
Tbe citizens have every reason lo he
proud  of the  club's  hockey  record,
Tlie boys have given a good accounl
of themselves on all occasions, Announcements of the next game iu the
series will be made as Boon as the
weather becomes sufficiently settled,
There will be a dance in the Club
Iluii.se on Friday evening, February
2nd from JU0 lo 12. Refreshments
will be sorved, and the admission for
members will be ".lie., for non-members $1.00
on the council deciding lo adhere to
Ms previous practlco of requiring notice of motion, Alderman Bronsdon
gave notice thai be would at tlie uexi
regular meeting introduce tlie following  motion:
That this council forthwith appoint
a committee of three or more to investigate nil matters relative to the
administration of civic affairs with a
view to securing a higher stale of efficiency and to effect a policy of rigid
economy; and a rider lo the effect
(hat tbe city clerk be instructed to
make out a detailed statement of the
salaries of all city employees, their
nullifications and their respective duties, and that a copy be available for
j tho mayor and each of the aldermen;
and that the said committee report
back their finding to a statutory meeting of Hie council.
Committees Are Appointed.
In coming to the appointment of the
various committees, the mayor stressed the fact that this would be an important year In the affairs of the city,
mentioning the park question aud the
tourist truffle as two considerations
(hat would come up, and at the same
time pointing out the necessity for the
utmost economy lu all departments,
The mayor also urged on the heads
and members of the committees that
he wanted the year to end with the
electors feeling that their confidence
in electing them had nol been misplaced.
Tbe committees were named as follows, with the. first named as chairman in every case:
Finance. — Aldermen Jones. Kllby
and Flowers.
Works. — Aldermen Balment, Jones and Bronsdon.
Fire aud Police.— Aldermen Bronsdon, Flowers and Kilby.
Water. — Aldermen Balment, Jones
and Flowers.
Sewers, — Aldermen J. II. Cameron,
Bronsdon and Jones.
Light. — Aldermen Flowers. Balment and Cameron.
Health and Relief. — Aldermen Kilby, Balment and Cameron.
The city superintendent was Instructed to have prepared a list of
buildings in the city Which are encroaching on Hie lanes, with a view
to collecting ground rent lo protect
the city's Interest.
Before oilier business came up there
was a slum interlude of speeciimaU
ing by the aldermen, congratulating
1 the mayor on his election, and Ihe
i keynote of ihe brief remarks of those
around the table was io tbe effect that
, they were there to do duty for
ratepayers, and though difference!
opinion might develop, il was ho
nevertheless that friendship would
endure.
W. K. Worden was granted the pri
vllege of taking ice from the chy reservoir If necessary, provided that Injunctions for keeping horses off the
ice, and olher requirements io ensure
llio cleanliness of the reservoir being
maintained are kept. Mr. Worden
will not use the city reservoir unless
••iiiiii uu ice 'an not be obtained from
McKeiizie dam. and be
i ot $50 lor the privil-
M out Ing Called  For Xexl Moil-
ilnj At lleiulqiiurters To
Ills cuss  Matter
Editor, Cranbrook Herald.
Sir:
In distiieis where a Militia Unit is
authorized only a Military Hi lie Association is permitted by the authori-
i ies.
a rifle association known as ■The
1st   Bun.   154111  C.F.F.i   Tbe  Kootena)
Reglmenl Rifle Association" lias cou
sequent!)' bceu organized.
Tbe "Regulations for Rifle Assoi la-
tlons" bus been amended as regards
the qualifications for membership.
Besides officers and men oi" the unit
concerned   officers   and   men   of  other
militia units may be attached b   I
local association.
The following are eligible a- honorary members;
(a)  Kx-members of ihe militia unit
io   which   the   Rftle  Association   	
longs.
ibi Ex-members of a initttla unit
who are over military age.
lei Kx-meiiibers over military age
of a civilian rifle association which
existed in tin- lowtltty of :. military
rifle association,
The personnel ot the Reserve Battalion of the unit are ot course members of the Hide Association, i .
qualifications for the Reserve Battalion are not onerous.
Tlie age limit is the same .is for the
active battalion. Physical fitness a*
least for garrison duty or for administrative work, are required.
Drill and training are voluntary,
and a man may claim his discharge
after 20 days' notice in writing.
il is under these conditions tb.it tl ■
Canada Rifle League amalgamated
with the Dominion of Canada Hide
Association are annually carrying ■ ul
competitions of the first importance,
with teams represeiitinc all parts ol
ihe Dominion. A number of valuabli
prizes are to be won.
All persons interested are earnestly
invited to attend a meeting at th
(mental Headquarters. Hanson Block,
(next to Beale & Elwell), at 6-S8 p.m
Monday, January 22nd. 1923.
c, hi;.\i;i:rford pollen,
Lieut.-Col.
Local Bonspiei
On In Full Swing
Dig District   I'wnt   Postponed
Till the Weefc oi' February
:,Ih.  Bxpect Big Crowd
Willi such distractions as Christmas and tin1 civil' elections out of the
way, the curlers have teen hoping to
be able tc devote full attention to bus-
in. iss at the rink. Notwithstanding
tin- facl that the district bonspiei had
to be called off on account of the soft
weather, the annual local 'spiel was
put under way on Monday, ami has
been going strong ever since with five
sheets of ice iu use. The date of the
big Crows' Nest district event has
been set forward nrov slonally to th'
.".'i. <•■; February,
Il i- Bxpected that the local bon-
splel will be well on its way to a finish this time next week, if the weather holds, so as to clear the way for the
big spiel next month. Some good
games have been played this week especially on Thursday, when Bert McPhee pulled up even by a five end in
lie tenth against a S. Ward, and on-
\ losl i ut in the extra end The same
night. Dr. MacKinnon's rink, skipped
by a It. Willis, oiled up a seven end
on Co   Leiti b*s rink.
Up to Friday's gsmei tlie competitions stand as follows:
ORAM) i ll w.l I M.t: CUP
.!2s L6l Ss
Beale
i Ri blnson
ill pay the
'ge.
,'lure Meters tl
Alderman B
[a facl wheihe
wero giver, th
Here they are—twenty-eight braw Scotsmen wi stanes, tarns, kilts and burr—at the very commencement of thei
■riph was taken it Halifax as the visitors prepared to leave the Canadian Pacific steamer "Marloch" which brought
an» was played at J|al)f**» aad they will bIsi taali way tenia Canada, aa far wast is Winnipeg, enjoying Gi
photograph ^
Ant game w
tilt*****-
their tour or Canada.   Tho
them to Canada.  Their
Canada's beat hospitality
lie Installed.
msdon asked if it was
any city employees
ir  light  on  a  low  Hal
ml whether, if this were the
case, -uch a privilege was not likely
to be abused. Stlpt. Eakin produced
a list of about twenty-five small consumers for whose connections there
bad not In the pasl been enough meters to be put In, bill mine of whom
were Known lo consume very little over tho recognized minimum. More
meters are now on order, Mr, Kakln
staled, and will be put In on some of
(Continued oa pig* two)
OBITUARY *
■
•   ••*••••••
MRS. MAKV PATAU U PIPEB
Regret was expressed on all side.-
Iien it became known on Tuesday
that Mrs. Mary Patricia Piper, wife of
It. K. Piper, formerly of Creston and
ranbrook. had died that morning.
Mrs. Piper has been employed of late
Iu tbe oflice of DeWolf & Ham, at Nelson, through whom the word of Mr^.
Piper's death came to this city.
Mrs. Piper was stricken with illness
while visiting a friend at the Nelson
Hospital on Monday afternoon, and
sinking rapidly, passed away about
eight o'clock tbe following morning.
A bride of hut eleven months, it war
only last May that Mrs. Piper moved
to Nelson with her husband to make
her home there. Previous to her mar
riage she had been a nurse in training
at Hie Si. Eugene Hospital, and a
graduate of that Institution. She had
made many friends lu the city, and the
news of her sudden passing came as
a poignant shock to many here. She
wus in her twenty-eighth year.
Her mother, Mrs. John Carlson, still
resides in Pernie, as well as three
brothers. Mrs. Albert Evans, a sfster-
in-law, formerly resided at Kimberley,
ami the tragic disappearance of her
husband from there last winter will
lie recalled, a heavy hand, it would
teem, being laid on the family of late
Only nt tbe New Year Mr. and Mrs.
Piper were visitors in Ihe city, and
Mrs. Piper was expected shortly to be
visiting lu tlie city again a' Hie home
of Mr. and Mrs.   \. K. Jones.
The funeral took place in Fernie
on Friday of this week, the remains
passing through tbe city on Thursday's train, accompanied by the sor
.rowing husband. Flowers were set'
| from this city to the funeral from th
; following:
!     Husband, cros>; Mr. and Mrs, A. B
]Jones,   wreath;    Mr.   and   Mrs.   Koss
; Pazcuzzo, wreath;   cranbrook  Lodge,
A.F.   t.-   A.M.,   wreath:   Mr.  and   Mrs.
' II.   Doris, spray:   Mr.  and   Mrs   C.  It.
Ward,  sjtray;   Selkirk   Lodge.  A.F.  &■
A.M.  Kimberley, spray;   Messrs,  Dc-
Wnlf ii- Ham. wreath.
I    Friends here of the late Mrs. Piper
S-.ill join In extending to the bereaved
husband  and  members of the family
heartfelt sympathy in the Irreparable
loss Ihey have suffered.
c,ur,eron
Cameron
Fakin
Harria
Morrison
tillroy
Morrlfon
MePherson
McPhee
Mcpherson
Hogarth
Ward
Ward
Bownes.*
Burton
Doran
Brown
Barber
Brown
Clapp
Milne
Clapp
McLaren
Leltch
Leltch
MacKinnon
MacKinnoi
Little
MacKinnon
Till
COSMOPOLITAN CIT
Mcl-aren
clapp
Milne
MacKinnon
Little
Bowness
Little
Ward
Eakin
Doran
Barber
Burlier
Leltch
Hogarth
Cameron*
Brown
Qllroy
MePherson
Mi.rri-.ii
Till:  KINK CIT
SVI.VA HIM,
Death entered the fitmlly circle ofjt'lujtii
Mr. ami Mrs. A. I!. Hill tliU week anil
after an tllncfln of but two days, re   Milne
(Continued on Pate t) ^Qllroy
Little
Harris
Beale
MacKinnon
Barber
Morrison
Barber
Doran
McLaren
McLaren
Hogarth
BOWUO: S
Eakin
Eakin
McPhee
Ward
Ward
MePherson
Leltch
Cameron
Cameron PAGK   TWO
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, Jffliumry 111, 1»2»
The Satisfaction that good
work gives is worth many
times what you pay.
IF   NOT  SATISFIED
THY
RAWORTtl BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
C.P.R. Watch Inspectors
NEXT TO POST OFFICE
to alter it. It was understood that
the money wan not. to be spent all at
once, and tho cost was not going to
bo so high lo the ratepayers an some
of Hie aldermen believed.
The outcome of the discussion was
a resolution to call a joint meeting of
the City Council, the Rotary Club, the
Beard of Trade and other organizations Interested In the park project,
iu order to get a thorough discussion
on the matter.
t BORN. — On Sunday, January 14th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Malcolm, at
the St. Eugene Hospital, a son.
BORN. — On Monday, January 15th,
at the St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs. deorge Folsey, Of Kitchener, a
son,
At This Time o' the Year
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
Ok Cranbrook fierald
Published Every Friday
P.  A.   WILLIAMS 11.    POTTER
Subscription Price SpS.ttu per year
To I.'nltcd Males ftl.tiO per year
"Willi   .»   .tllM'loM   Without   *   Mutate"
frltiif.i  by  Union  Labor
Advertising Kales on Application.
ChaDKeu lor Advertising MUST ba In
thin Office Wednesday nuun the current
wbtik. tu fli-cuie attention.
JANUARY    1923
SU«   HON   JUL   WED   IHU   FHI   SAT
12 3456
7 8 9 10 1112 13
14151617181920
2122 2324252627
28293031
CUAjNBROOK,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA
JANUARY  lit, 192a
NEW COUNCIL SETTLES
DGVW3S TO BUSINESS
STILL STALLING ON
HIGHWAY KOl'TK
Despite the statements made by
lion. W. H. Sutherland both ut Nelson
and Kamloops, the session ot the local
legislature closed without any definite
action having been taken with reference to the construction oE the coast
to Interior section ot the provincial
highway. With Princeton demanding
tho building of this section via Hope
and Princeton; Kamloops still clamoring for the Praser Canyon route,
and the rest nt the province more or
less indifferent, tbe Government no
doubt feel that they will lose unfiling
by fun her '"stalling."
A Victoria dispatch to the New
Westminster "British Columbian,"
says that Mm choice of route still appears lo be uncertain, and that Premier Oliver does not appear to be
"particularly favoring" the Hop>
Princeton route,—Princeton Star.
Baking
powder
t\yi:nty YEARS AGO
Extracts from Tbe Cranbrook
Herald of this dale. l!)u;i.
MAKING SIONEI
IS EASY
The United Farmers desire easy
money, and lo tilts end propose that
ihe Government shall Issue all the
currency of the country. This delusion has not been prevalent iu Canada
mill] recenl years, when it lias seized
some agriculturists bitten with the
belief i luii tin- Government stamp lias
peculiar and inexhaustible monetary
virtue.
Well, the plan bus been tried iu
Europe. Russia, Germany, Austria
are wearing oui printing presses in
the production of currency. In the
third week of September the Reisc-
liuuk of Berlin Issued 10,000,000.000
new paper marks, bringing tho total
circulation up to 1104,000,000.000 uika.
That, one would think, should make
money plentiful and easy to got.
-Montreal Gazette
(Continued   from   Page   Ouo)
iho connections without meters at the
present time.
Park Question ('nines Under Review
Aldermen   Balment   introduced   the
matter of the park by-law, passed by
the ratepayers lust year, for the sum
of $10,000.      He pointed out that of
this amount $1,800 had been already
expended on land, and it did not seem
possible to him to get the land fixed
up according to the plan  submitted
last year to keep within the limit of
Hie by-law, when the planting of trees,
making the swimming pool, fencing,
sidewalks, levelling, putting in band-:
Btand, and other items were consider-1
ed. He suggested tbe appolntmeut of British people, is yet another illus-
a committee to go into the cost of the tratlon of the fact that Great Britain
project. Alderman Balment made an- iH ,lle most flexible of democracies,
other suggestion, that the city make In no otner cmmtry of the world could
an attempt to rent the gymnasium and a change ot government have been
arrange for Us use by tbe children ot accomplished with such ease or the
the city, with the swimming poo], analp°Pular wiU on ,,ie subject have been
In that way he figured a good deal registered with so liltle disruption of
would be saved for the city. Aldermen Flowers and Bronsdon wero Inclined to fall in with this suggestion,
"BUSINESS AS USUAL"
The ease with which the transfer
of authority from Lloyd (icorge lo
Bonar Law was effected and the speed
with  which  it   was   ratified  by the
and Alderman Kllby, though not expressing himself at the meeting, is understood to be in favor of locating a
park on some silo that is more naturally suited for ihe purpose.
Tbe point was brought out that If
the park was placed there, it would he
necessary to find another location for
the tourist camp now established in
thut block.
Alderman Jones warmly defended
tho park project as passed last year,
Stating that as the ratepayers 1thd endorsed the by-law, it was for the council to see it through, and not attempt
husiness.
I The facl remains that these elec
'tions occurred during an International
crisis and the political conflict made
little disturbance in the conduct of
uITairs. Lloyd George is the last of
the eminent statesmen of tlie war to
be rejected by bis countrymen, bul
the grace with which he accepted the
Inevitable ensures him a place in the
permanenl regard of the British peoples. There is no more reason to believe that ho Is dead as a factor In
British public life, than there was in
tbe ease of Mr, Balfour, whom the
prophets recklessly consigned to oblivion years ago.
—Toronto   Saturday  Night.
How long will the present government maintain offices in an important district In the only town in the
district that is without a railway?
That is the situation in the East Kootenay district al present.
A number of Tom Wellmans horses
at San Fruncisco have won some Important races, according to the word
in the city dailies.
M. A. Beale has re.urned from n vis-
ACROSTIC COMPETITION
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
PUT ON BY GARAGE
A popular competition for children
is announced this week by the Herald, put on by the Kootenay Garage,
it to ihe coast and interior cities en!in tlle form   of   an acrostic contest.
route.     Tbe firm of Beale, Blwell & The contestants are io take the words
amount raised before being presented.
Warnings have been issued previously
against accepting money orders from
unidentified* strangers, aud the De-
' ' partment is now urging caution In the
Cases Come to Light Where Or-|matter aguin>
POST OFFICE WARNS
BUSINESSMEN NOT TO
CASH MONEY ORDERS
tiers Are liaised and Realized On By Swindlers
Hutchison arc opening
Morrlssey Immediately.
The Post Oflice has issued a warn-
office at I "Kootenay Garage" and form an ac- Ing to business men. and in particular
I rostfc as shown In the advertisement'hotels and other places where the ro-
— elsewhere, valuable prizes being of- quest is sometimes made to cash Post sti|'|
The report of the Methodist Sun- feed the winners. The judges Will Office money orders, ngainst con Untidily School presented at the annual bo announced next week, along with ing this practice. Cases have recent-
meeting showed an average attend- ihe closing date. There is no entrance .]>■ come to light where swindlers have
ance of 84, and total collections for;feet but the entries must be submitted j made a business of raising money or-
Ihe year of $241.
| on the coupons which appear in the' dors and cashing them on uususpect-
| Herald.  Any number of solutions may ting business places.   Small orders are
I be submitted by any contestant.
purchased in the regular way, and the
Coming Events
riiluy, January lttli:
ai  tlie Auditorium.
I.O.O.R chnco
SUNDAY  CONCERT
STAR THEATRE, January 21st, at 9 p.m.
-programme
1. (a) March  Buck
Friday and Saturday. January 19 and
0:   "Lornu Donne." at The Star.
Sunday. Jan. 21:
local talent al
!) p.m.
Sacred  concert by
Hie Star Theatre at
(b) Selection
I, Cornet Duet
W. Damroscb
.Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 22 and 1
["aught  Bluffing" at the Star.
1. Vocul Solo
■ 0, Violin Solo .
COUPON
"N^N^X^N
KOOTENAY GAHAGE COMPETITION
I hereby submit the following as my composition:
K	
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Signed	
Grade   School
Neatness anil Originality Count
*^Fm
Wednesday and Thursday. Jan. 24 and,
2a: Walllo Held In "Tile 01iost:
Breaker," at tlie Star.
1. Cello Solo
k
Siring Trio
Thursday, Jan 26:
The Auditorium.
Curlers" Dance at'
Friday and Saturday. Jan. 20 and 27:
"The Young Rajah," with Rodolpb
Valentino, at the Star.
Friday, March lti: St. Patrick's Day
Dance, at the Auditorium, given by
the O.W.V.A.
  "Dove of Peace"	
ORCHESTRA
"Silver Thread* Among The Cold"
MR. J. K. CHORLTON
  "Tbe Pals"     Barnard
MESSRS. NOVAK AND BEVAN
  "The Lord Is My Light"    Altitsen
MRS. F. G. NOVAK
  "Bohemian Girl"    Balfe
ORCHESTRA
  "Son of Puszta"     Kelerbelu
MR. P. G. NOVAK
  "Tbe Broken Melody"   Van Biene
MR. J. K. CHORLTON
  (a) "Hungarian Dance"   Brahms
   (b)  "Serenade"     Wldor
MR. and MRS. NOVAK, MR. CHORLTON
SHORT PAID LETTERS
TO PLACES ABROAD
The Post Office Department also advises that many letters addressed to
Great Britain, Newfoundland and oth-
r portions of the British Empire, are
being mailed short paid. The
letter rate to these points is 4 cents
for the first ounce, and 3 cents each
additional ounce; while to foreign
countries the rate is 10 cents for the
lirst ounce, and 5 cents for each additional ounce.
Post cards in tlie first Instance take
2 cents, and to foreign countries 0
cents. In the case of short paid letters to the Old Country, it means that
one penny or more will be collected
al the oilier end.
W. H.
manager
Interests,
CI eland of Inyermere, and,
for Mr. Randolph Bruce's j
was in the city Wednesday.'
(a) Meditation 	
(li) March    "Soul of the Nation" .
ORCHESTRA
GOD SAVE THE KING
Accompanist  Miss Ivy Bidder
Conductor  , Mr. F, O. Novak
Drumm
...  Hahn
Assisted by the following: Mr. J.
Thompson,   Mr.
S. Alexander, Mr. W, A.
H. Bevan, Mr. A. Bureh.
Burton,   Mr.  T.
Impressions of the Session by N. A. Wallinger MP. P.
NO. 11. ,drafl.
On Ihe day the debate on the Speech j With regard lo the various Acts 1
from tho Throne continued, and vari- shall refer to them as a whole, allbo'
ous bills were brought down, luclud- of course the three readings were
lug  "An  Acl   to  Provide  for Special' spread over many days.
Surveys," "Electrical Energy inspection Act," and "Dyking ABfleflsmontS
Adjustment Act."
The Electrical Energy Inspection
Act caused some discussion, as apparently there Is no standard of equipment set, aud it is entirely in the
opinion of tbe inspector whether a
plant and premises are satisfactory
or not. However, it was pushed
through by the Government majority.
The succeeding days saw many pub-
Tbe Dyking Assessment Adjustment
Act also brought on a discussion, but
has no interest for this district. The
next Acts or interest were tbe Jury
Act Amendment Act, whereby the
definition of the word "person" is to
include those of either sex (ladies
please take notice), the Chiropractic
Aet, and the Provincial Elections Act
Amendment Act. The latter was to
enforce the opening for election of
any  vacant   constituency  within   six
lie and private bills introduced, and I months of its becoming vacant.   This
reports of tbe Civil Service Commissioner and Minister of Agriculture.
There was only one of the Acts that
caused any debate, und that only of
a cursory nature, during the second
reading, viz., No. 13, Municipal Elections Act, when It wns urged that
there should he no property qualification for municipal electors, to make
the Act conform with the Provincial
Electors Act. But It wus passed
without amendment.
Subsequently a debate arose on An
Act to Provide for tho Maintenance of
was defeated by a vote of 24 to 20, a
purely party vote. It may be noticed
that the Liberal members of Vancouver voted against the bill. The Chiropractic Act led to some discussion
and mi amendment which was defeated. Chiropractors will have to
pass an examination before being allowed to practice, Just the some as
doctors, dentists, etc. The arguments
In committee were very prolonged
and evidently very interesting to
many, as tbe committee room was
usually  overflowing,    Witnesses   for
Children of Unmarried Parents, which both aides were allowed to testify.
afterwards caused tho withdrawal of The bill wns not passed finally until
ope or two sections In tbe original ] tbe day before prorogation.
Vancouver, B.C.—According to reports from the American Customs Office at Blaine, Washington, ou the Purine Highway, 2d5,000 motorists cross-1
ed the boundary during the year 1922.
The number of cars was eighty-one
thousand, four hundred and sixty-two,'
mi average of nearly ten per hour.
About forty scouts of the Anglican
Troop took iu a big event at the Parish Hall on Thursday evening. In tin
form of a turkey supper, when need
less to say the boys had a first das;
I line, and gave a good account of
themselves In more ways than one.
Major H. B. Hicks, district Seoul Com
missioner, was present as a guest,
and among other grown-ups attending
were J. F, Scott, loeal Boy Scout president, A. E. Leigh, secretary, aud Messrs. P. G. Morris, J. M. Clark, ami F.
Constant ine. The affair had been organized by Scoutmaster Shaw, and
with the assistance of a few ladies in
preparing the supper, tlie affair was a
success In every way. Turkeys had
been kindly donated by the local butchers. A feature of the evening was
the entertainment provided by two of
ihe scouts, Frank Hnrtnell and Cyril
Harrison, who gave fifteen minutes
each of music, recitations and songs,
aud besides getting the applause of
tbelr fellow scouts, gained a proficiency badge for their work.
%
and  fflivc  your
stomach a lill.
Provides "the lilt <>•
sweet" til 6enwfici.il
form.
Helps   I"   cleanse
tlie   let til   unit   keep
them healthy.
9ff
tr¥^mmw^?f»
THE HOME OF THE
WRAPPED tOAF
"Quality"
Is I In- ioiindiitimi upon which
we have built the demand for—
DALE'S BREAD
PHONE ,VI
Tbe Immigration Act came under
discussion, with regard to the prohibition of Asiatic immigration Into Canada. ThlB was moved by the Minister
of Mines and seconded by tbe Attorney General. The debate on this 11
question, spread over several sessions, 1 think produced the best
speaking of the session. The motion
wus to take the form of a humble address to the Lieutenant Governor, as
the matter is a Federal one and cannot he dealt with provlnctally. An
amendment moved by Mr. Bowser,
after a lengthy but very clear debate,
wus negatived, and the motion passed
unanimously, as all were in accord
with the object, but not In accordance
with the methods.
A number of (intendments of less
Important Acts were put through their
first aud second readings, such as
Local Improvement Act, Sale of Goods
Act, Highway Act. Supreme Court Act,
Accident and SlckneSB Insurance Act,
Automobile Insurance Act, Pacific
Great Eastern Settlement Act, etc.
Various motions for returns connected with the P.G. E. Railway, moved by Mr. Baling, were negatived purely by party voto, and a request to call
Colonel Napier to give evidence was
also turned down. Col. Napier had
mode a report re. the Liquor Control
Board.
f
P. Woods Meat Market
XOKIllIltY AVENUE  (Opposite Old Kink)
Finest Beef In the I'll).   -  ■   Milk red Vonl nml Turk
New I .ii lil V.gKH
SAUSAGES
Say!  Have You Tried Them?   Many are tellini; us how
nice they are.   THY THEM  YOUItSKI.l<\
PHONE 524 PHONB 524
J
Beauty Hint for Women
When food is only imperfectly digested,
it gives rise to fermentation, clogs tho
bowels, and renders tlie blood impure.
This results in dull eyes, muddy skin,
blotches, pimples and other disfiguring
marks. Beecham's Pills act immediately
on the stomach, liver and bowels; regulate them and keep them in a vigorous
condition. They are mild, harmless and
dependable. They are compounded of
remedies of vegetable origin having
groat medicinal value.
Beecham's
Pills
For
clear
skin
and
bright
eyes
Take
Sold
everywhere
in '
25c-40 pilh
SOc-90 pUU Friday, January !», 102S
Till;   CRANBItOOK   III-: It ALII
PAGE   TIIItEK
THK   WEATHER   BULLETIN
Official Thermometer Headings
At Cranltrotili
Max. MIn.
Thursday, January I    28 14
Friday. January B   :'>l 18
Saturday, January 6  43 1H
Sunday. Januury 7    '11 20
.Monday, January 8   :!'J W
Tuesdayi January 9   40 is
Wednesday, January ID  — 119 -li
Thursday, January n   35 22
Friday, Januury 12   32 :'.
Baturday, January 13   81 IB
Sunday, January 11    23 0
Monday, Januury Ifi   40 23
Tuesdayi January Ifl   41 20
WorthOBday, Januury 17   .... .•!) -1
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
M5AKN TO EAHN
I'riirllrnl Commercial Cnnrm In
Shorthand, Tipenrlllne;
lli'.kL<•< i>l"K.   I'lMiimerrlal   Law
I'liiimmiHlilii
Commnrrlal KiiRllsh ana
Spelling
DAY   AND   NK1HT   0I.A8SKS
I'nr I'lirtlculiirs Apply In
0. W. TVI.KK, Principal
P. 0. Box, 14, Nelson, II.C
I■ mim's IIitiiiI l« 00011 Hrouil
His Pies, Cakes anil Pcstry art
made In a lasty manner which
1 'es the most exacting person to rail again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
I'lnini' S7      -      Sorbnry A to.
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment sent to us to he
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the business
Is your assurance ot satisfaction
here.   Phone, ami we will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE 157
Montana Restaurant
Cigars, Cigarette! and Candy
Meals at All liners
CRANBKOOK STREET
Opposite the Bank ot Commerce
J. K. Chorlton
SHOW CARD WHITING
HAND   ILLUMINATING
Terms Reasonable
114 Hanson Ave.       Phone Mil
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher of Singing. Violin  and
Piano
Preparation for Musical Examination*
Phone ■iihi Cranbrook. iu\
Cranbrook Hotel Cafe
The Only First CUtu Dining
Room in tbo City
Our  Sen he  Will  Please  Vun
Open from T.ir. a.m. to s It p.m.
H. C. LONG
luvhliHiiibli' l.niili's' and Umts'
Mfi'i'hiini Tailor.
Clilneie Fancy Qoodi and silk
Van Hni'iii' St., Criiiiliriink
Plume nil P-O. Box 441
Of Interest to Poultry Keepers
Edited by Tbe Brown Poultry itunUi   Pun Steele. II.C.
Till: BOO—FERTILE  AMI .lieu mill.    It you do not believe Hie
StOK-FERTILE egg partakes ot the tl.
The  Canadian  fnrniei'B  ure  losing 'be ben  eats, give i
annually millions o( dollars through garlic,   she win nol li
Ihe marketing ot partially Incubated bnt kIic will make y
and bad eggs, the boutcc of which |S | eating one,
tho fertile egg outside the breeding]   No "ue denies the
Ih.h, ; a COW requires I lie s
sweet foods ami keel
tiuartors, if one is io
rinr gruile of butter.
avor or Hi
lood
In* biddle
Mlllil."
ay ytiii uu
uiiun,
u thliiH yi
ii arc
Tito  U.I
ivernment  line  Issued
n bulletin form, placing the Iohk to American funucrs ut
tho oa lulling llgureB ol f 16,000,000
ycnrly.    They  InslBl  on  farmers pro-   '
ilucing a iion-foi'tllo c-Kg. II Iboy wish
tltotr prndiMi in raaoh tho coi.8UD.or
in quality condition,
li is not uocotwnry thai fertile ogga
Mluill ImVO rcinaiucd for a time under
a broody hen. before Incubation BtartB,
a totnporature of seventy degrees bo-
lug auftlclont m caiiBO tho genu to
coinmonco lo grow. If the boat in con-
ataul tho devolopmonl of the chick
will continue, but If it cease or is |n-
icriuluciil, putrefaction al once Hots
iu and Ihe egg becomes had mid unfit
for human consumption.
Non-fertile eggs free from the active germ coll do not deteriorate us
rapidly us fertile eggs. The presence of tho mule bird In the (lock
fertilizes Ihe egg and serves no other
purpose except to assist the hen to
produce an interior egg.
Non-fen lie eggs are those produced
from fowls from which the male bird
has been separated, and they will not
incubate. They will remain for a
long time under a warm temperature
with no chemical change.
The flavor of the egg depends entirely upon tbe food consumed by tbe
hen laying the egg, also such flavor Is
closely related to the conditions under
which she Is boused und kept. One
writer has said. "A safeguard for
feeding laying hens is, try out the
feed on the cat." Wo go him one better. Our feed must be tit for human
consumption us well as for the cut
befcre offering to the fowls. During
tbe course of some experimental feeding at Bull Hiver, we were asked lo
try out fish meal in preference to
clean incut scraps. Ih-as-much us fish
meal was cheaper, we procured a liberal sample from tlie ("oust und proceeded along the line of producing an
egg from a flsh meal fed lien. Results were that our fried eggs were
mine like cod  lish  bulls than honest
dug her
produce
.Just  so
tii ih.
hen if one wishes lo produce B llnely
ad egg.   ii is necessary to give
ihe hen ihe sunie consideration as you
would Ihe COW.
Do noi feed Btnle vegetables, musty
grains, caked or mouldy ground feeds.
Avoid all mill feeds thai contain any
ground screenings, and feed no moat
scraps ihat the nil refuses.
Keep the nesis well filled with clean
straw, the laying room well ventilated, supplied with clean, fresh water,
and clean litter ou ihe floor. Swat
the rooster and give the hen u lair
chance to luy you a quality egg; then
lake a pride iu marketing uu attractive package. Demand u good price,
because It's really a better egg aud
cosl you more lo produce. The public wauls (lie best und is buying tin-
best these days, They ure eating
three eggs a minute from our Ranch,
and we spare nothing that we know of
fj give you Ihe besi egg on earth,
tirade your eggs. Don't offer for
sale a package of nine different colors, shapes and sizes. Remember thai
to please the trade you must please
the eye as well us tease Ihe stomach,
* *   *   *
Scientists are trying to tiud out why
a hen cackles after she lias laid uu
egg. Why shouldn't she? Scientists
would cackle too if they could but
produce a good Imitation of an egg.
• *   *   *
BOOH IN 01,1) VllttilMA
stvu:
Cul six hard boiled eggs into halves,
remove the yolks whole und mash
them smooth with a little salad oil.
Add an equal amount or minced ham.
mix with luiiyonaise. till the centres
of the eggs and press together. Make
a nest of crisp lettuce leaves and arrange the eggs in a circle. Garnish
with smull cooked carrots und decorate each egg with a ring of may on-
aise.
BOARDS or TRADK OF
EASTERN B.C. OVPOSE
FREE COPPER WIRE BARS
Claimed  Such  A  Step  Would
Menu Dentil Kuril Of B.C.
Copper  Refining
Effort is being made by the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern
British Columbia, through Commissioner P. A. Starkey of Nelson, to
have concessions granted to eastern
manufacturers, admitting copper-bar
wire free into Canada, cancelled.
Commissioner Starkey at n recent
meeting of tbe Board of Trade, rend
a wire dated January Bth from Q. S.
Blaylock, general manager or the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada, Trail, which stated:
"Copper wire bars are admitted to
enter Canada free, only if converted
Into "'tis and wire in the importer's
own factory, Phillips Company were
asking tho Minister ol Customs to admit wire bars free, even though being
Pure
riilk
Keeps
Well
I   I' A It K i: It   .V   M « M E K |
Hour and l''ecil Merotaanu
Hay nml Drain of All KlmlH
Hanson Avoniii'
Cranbrook
■   Ollleo I'lione 02    lies, l'bono 310
IiMtnioaaH'p;.;.. i ' :
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
KiMtimOK TRAIN TIMES
l'\ILV  -To Nelson, Vancou-
•haiiH. etc.   Arrive 12.10 p.
"hvb 12.20 p.m.
' t>   tuil,V—To   Fernie,   Leth-
mdge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
viTive 4.10 p.m.. leave 4.20 p.m.
t run brook,  Wycliffe, Kimberley Ser>
vice i
Mo. M5-Leave 7.05 a.m.  5o.8M—Ar-
rlre 8.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, Lake Windermere and
Golden flerivee!
Monday and Thursday, each week
—NO. 821, leare 9 am     Wednesday
and   Saturday—NO. BH airiTt   I.M
pja.
ror further particulars apply to
any ticket agea1
J. B. PROCTOR,
District Paaaangar Agait, Oatfafff.
Wo do nol remember mentioning this point before,
though we must have at least
a hundred letters commenting upon ihe unusual keeping qualities or Pacific Milk.
Mrs. Arondnu brings it up
now by saying it wns tbe
chief reason tor her Btarltng
Its use, ilioucb now she
would have it anyhow, even
if it spoiled very quickly.
((inverted into rods for use of other
companies. If granted, this would be
destructive to copper refining in British Columbia in any form, because the
wire requirements constitute tlie most
of the Canadian consumption." Mr.
Blaylock In closing made a suggestion
that Mr. Starkey wire to the Minister
of Customs at Ottawa.
Accordingly the Commissioner of
tho Associated. Hoards of Trade got
busy and sent tlie following wire to
Hon. Jacques Bureau. Minister of Customs and Excise; to the Right Hon.
\V. U MacKonzle King. Premier of
Canada; to the Hon. Dr. J. H. King.
IMinister of Public Works; and to the
Hon. \V. S. Fielding. Minister of Fi-
'nance:
t "Strongly protest against concession being granted to eastern manufacturers, admitting copper-bar-wire
free. Should such unwarranted favor
[be granted eastern factories, copper
refining In British Columbia will be
; utterly destroyed. If Government
. would grant adequate protection to
[manufacturing of copper rods, it
'would result lu an additional ;".00 employees being given steady employment at Trail alone.
"Associated Hoards of Trade Eastern British Columbia, earnestly appeals thai no further restrictions will
bo added to tlie manufacturing und
refining of Canadian copper through
granting   free    entry   of   copper-bnr-
*lre. PRHD A. BTAMCBY,
Commissioner,"
Answers In the wires sent to tho
I various parlies were received, snld
Mr, Starkey, suiting that everything
i possible would be done for the consideration of the representations of
the wires received.
j Mr. starkey states thai lie bad also
| sent a letter to each of tbe parties
lushing for an investigation, aud stating thai tlie granting of admittance
free nf copper bars would be the deatli
| knell of copper mining iu British Columbia.
We .Jc&k? t&sfa
LAUGH   AAJP  THE WORLD LAUGHS
WITH    VOV -   AJEVER    LAUGH
AND   THE    VJORLP    LAUGH?
AT    YOU -
t       •       •       #
W Y< ii iii: notes
, * *
Mrs. Harry Chomal lias been ill
with lousillttB for the past week, but,
| is now much improved.
; Mr... li J. Caldwell and little on
mch are .'lading Mrs. Caldwell's m i
ther, Mrs   Leask, In Cranbrook
Taft Urges Speed In Federal Courts
CONCENTRATED
ENJOYMENT
During ihe year ivhlcb lias
commenced The Family Hcuh
Weekly Star of Montreal i lai
run ai least i-'ii Btorfea in serial
They will he the lies; obtalnabl
Mr,  c ■
is bed  thi
imo hack.
ok    mi' rittE  from
ESverell Staples breezed In rrom
Headquarters Camp and graced ihe!
bars with bis pro sm b ovar tbe week
cud.
m
There hnve been several mild at*
tacks of jaundice in Wycliffe lata y,
bui all are reported to bo getting on
jline.
'   Mr. and Mrs. Hazell (nee Miss Clara
Larson) were visitors m ihe bom ■ of
Mr.   ami   Mrs.   Curl   Quick   tilts   week.
for a few days.
kinj} so  effort
r  th*  country,    Thu
io   expH'te   work   in   ihe   Federal Courts  _..  „.
photo ihow i Circuit Judge* 'com all parts of th* United States after »
conferfrtee «t Washington. In the group are Circuit Judges Bingham
Roitri Buffingtor, Knapp.-* Walker Knappei Baker and Kcnyoo
Tift x ip the center
gardless of cost, lu book rorm each
Story would cosl the reader two dollars, which is all one has to pay for
an entire year's subscription to The
Family Herald and Weekly star, containing the whole of ihe ten spleudfd
stories mid a greal wealth of moBl absorbing mailer—never befor
c.l iu any paper.   One must bear iul|im„ ,,,„ notnWg ,(,rious was thought
,"""i -l :"  ""      '      ,Hive serial 110 be Mie mutter with her until Saturday,   when   she   began   to   get   worse,
(in Sunday Dr. MacKinnon was called,
I Our village was plunged into deepest Borrow on Monday, when ihe death
j became known of little Pern Charters,
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Charters,   at   the   hospital   in   Cran-
! brook. The little girl, who was 11
ittempt- yea,.B 0j(|( ]Uilj „0| been weu |iir 80mfl
stories represent less than one-tentb
of nil the reading in Hits wonderful
combination of a furm journal, home
magazine nml weekly digest of world l>(1  f,er  l()  tlw  |,0BpItal  Immediately
news.   The Family Herald und Week- Whoro she passed away the next day
ly Star of Montreal Is Ihe most econ- she is survived  by  her mother and
omlcal journal for the home, because father and three brothers. Bud, Teddy
it satisfies every member of the family  | Waller.   The funeral will he held
nt a very low cost.
A subscription ot only $2,00 sent
iu Immediately to ihe Family Herald
and Weekly Star of Montreal will
bring you the opening chapters of two
great stories and "52 issues of concentrated enjoyment.'*
on   Thun ■■   .   Ri      Evan   Bal i r    I 4*
Kimberlej   performing tlie lasl
Mr. and Mi -   Charters bat ,■ thi
pathy of ih" entire community In their
bereavement.
Ou Thursday a sleighing party of
tho nurses from 'lit- Cranbro k Ho
i.linl are coming  lo  Wycliffe,  whore
they   will   be   entertained   by   Mis.
Fran.es Chelmlck and Mr. Fred H
ter.
Cascarets" 10c
For Bowels If
Constipated
Clean your bowels!     Feel fine!
'    When you feel sick, dizzy,    upset,
when your bead is dull or aching, or
j your stomach  is  sour or gassy, just
take one or two Cascarets to relieve
       ' " ' constipation,      Ko griping — nicest
To have Faith is to create; catharatc-laxative on earth for grown-
To have Hope Is to call down blessing;   upa and children,     LOc a box " Taste
He pronounced ll diabetes and order- To have Love is to work mlrat l< |jke candy.
.Insi. As KitHjrl
Walter (hinting for a tip): And how
did you llnd your steak, sir?
Diner: Oh, I just moved that little
piece of potato, and there il was.
INDIGESTION, GAS,
UPSET STOMACH
Instantly! "Pape'sDiapepsin"
Corrects Stomach so
Meals Digest
Bruce Robinson
teacher ol Music
Sliiclin above Murdoch McLeod's. Phona 295
ROBINSON'S ORGHESTRA-OANGES ARHAN9ED FQfl
Thy  moment  you  eat  n. tablet  of
 *^*  j "Pape's Dlapepsln" your indigestion in
Experienced ,gone.   No more distress from a sour,
"Van   sah,   Jedge,   I   wanlttl   Kclta' acid,   upset   stomach.    No  flatulence,
divorce." ; heartburn, palpitation, or mlsery-mak-
"You do, eh?   Well. Uul'iis. i sup- lug Bases.   Correct your digestion for
pose that you waul to bo free to mar- a few cents,   Each package guaran-
ry again." teed by druggist lo overcome stomach
"Nosah.   I just wuhtta ho free." trouble.
FOB   RELIABILITY, SOUND-
SKS8 OF COXSTRUCTIOX,
rruiTV of roxE \mi perfection OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
HO, P
Write (or Booklet or Can at   I In Itiikt-r Street, N'elson, H.C.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head Oilier, Vancouver, IU'.
I'lielnries nt Ahbiilsfnnl and Lndner.
She—How dare you kiss me.
He—Oh, well, If that's the way you
feol about It—get off my lap.
UQinpflUtiftn Ko, ;o cioBfia Friday                             B. C. VETERANS WEEKLY LTD.
Midnight, Jamuiy 2G
B 0. v^i ™; _    FOOTBALL COMPETITION
P. O. Drawer li38
cor. Heating. 5„a oemeie streets          GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th
vasoowsb, b. a               TEN ESTIMATES WITH $1 SUBSCRIPTION
I mit*r T)ie K. C. Veterans Weel:ly Football Competition end egree to aoide b» the rules published in Tbe B. C. Veterir.;
seripiinn entities i»iui.etiii.r to uuo csiiiiiatc; f,0c for ten week'; and two ostlmales; 7oc for fifteen wee.:;; and ave estteiltee; li i
STRUCTIOK.'. POP. FILliXNO IN COUPONS:   Ton aitnply iedlcete whether tho HOME TEAM wiil score MOEE. LSSS or tie 5
tlie corresponding game last year, by placing en "X" In the column provided in tbo Coupon.
$5000 ■ First Prize
$3000 Second Prize
$2000 - Third Prize
Coupons rr.37 tl«a b» deporited it »iy of
:v.t    "DOK 7    e&BOnB"     STORES    by
curtesy Set lis. Ccs Joses.
vr;-::v     25c mdaMd fsr ire weEt::' :ub-
r t re^ty--T« KtKs sad ten es*.^uit*5.    ID
Uli. NUMLES cl gotU thia tbty scored in
Fignroa ail. r pnch teem denote lent  season's RCore.                                                      M is MORE       L is LESS        S is SA?-
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Coupon No. 2    B     C; - ... No. 3
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SDNDEHLAND           S
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ca PAGE FOUR
THE  CBANBBOOK   Hi:nU,I>
Friday. January l», 11)2:!
ttWrin'^'.-JJ N-'!/:i
igi3 SS/ii ^"irit;*V?'"'''' ' '"' " *   !' '■
mtfflodist ClmrcD
REV. H. ('. FREEMAS, Pastor
SEJJJIONETTE
"What woulrj you hove?   Would you liavt ihe Inttnlte Hantli luy jj
hold ot you, wrench you away from evil, clamp you forcibly lo virtue, A
[eaten you to u derrick nud swing you Into Heaven llko n lop: ot wood f
or a piece ot stone?   Then you would cense to be a man.   You would |.
become as wood and Btono; mid all Hint dtattngulshea you from Ihe
lower creation would be lust to you.
AMOS II   WELLS.     »
SIMIAV, JANUARY   21st
11 a in    "WHEN QOD LEAVES A  MAN ALONE,"
»
Junior Choir
8.1B p.m.   Sunday School and Ailull Bible Class
3d ii.ni -"A MEAN MAN CONVERTED."
STItAN'llliHS (IHIIilAl.l.V   .VKM'OJIEU
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
uf Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFININO DEPARTMENT
THAU.,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Parcliasersof Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead & Zinc (treti
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, 1Mb I'ead and Zinc
"XABANAC" BRAND
CRESTON   FRUIT SHIPMENTS SHOW INCREASE
OVER  LAST  VEAR'S
commodities on the long list thai snow
a decrease. One hundred and fitly
iboiisuiiil boxes nl' apples linve been
shipped already and there are probably another twenty thousand in the
In trull and vegetable production'growers' hands, while the holdings ol
>estou Valley last yeur showed an potatoes total almost two hundred
average Increased production ol' at tons. Tlie bull" million export trade
least twenty per cent., with the possl-1 is prelty evenly divided In value as
ble exception of strawberries and belweon the forest productB shipped
erabapples, which are the only two and the Hold and orchard products. In
  the limber lino there is a slump shown
"—~~"~ ~ 'jiu the cut nl lies as compared with a
LODGES A.N1) SOCIETIES     )«' "8°. but  the li icr shipments
 line almost double those ul 11)21.
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE       !SI|,nll^ J^llE TO
a^yl°Z\ Till. TRAIL SMELTER
afternoon of the :
.,   . ™     ,      ,      Following is u Btatemont o  ore re-
first TueBday at I b
„ celpts in Trail Smelter for the period
.. p.m. I
ending lltlt January:
All ladies are   Nnmo „r Mi,l0 01,,| Locality Tons
cordially Invited   B|ncll Rock, Nortlipr.it (zinc)...   1|0
President:    Mrs. I'. CoMtantlne.     Knob llin. Republic (dry ore)..   104
Sec-Treasurer:  Mrs.  g, Taylor.     i.<  Plue, Republic (dry ore)..    I7s
, Molly Qlbson, Kltlo's l.iln. (load)     ",:\
Paradise, Inveremore, B.C. (lead)     ss
(JiillP, Ropuhllc, Wasli. (dry ore)   181
Silversmith, Sainton, B.C. (lend)   117
surprise Republic, (dry ore)...   gM>
Company   Mines    S.SB'.I
KMGIITS OF l'VTHIAS
Craulireiik, ll.l'.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Id the Fraternity Hall
YV. A. Wilson, C.C.
H. L. Harrison, K. ol 11. &. K.
J. Walker, M. of F
Visiting Brethren Cordially Invited To Attend.
Sapttst Church
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY   NEXT
11 a in — Morning Service.
Till: LIGHT THAT SHINES
FARTHEST
12 noon.-Sunday School.
7.:n) p.m.— Evening service.
SIN    IS   IT'.'   ,A.NI)   11'   IT   IS,
WHAT   IS   I'I".'
Thursday. 8 p.m.-—Prayer meeting and 11, Y. P. D.
YOU ARE WELCOME
The B.C. Wool Growers Association
AN EXAMPLE OF SUCCESSFUL CO-OPEJUTIVE  MAJtKETING
By (leu, C. Hay, Kamloops, B.C.,
Director uf Canadian Co-operative Wool Uruwern, lui.
Perhaps never before iu ihe tUstory[whatsoever. Tim more reasonable
oi' Canadian Agriculture has the Drop-1 growers therefore continued to pin
inn oi' marketing been receiving so their faith to tho co-operative organi-
nnifii consideration as Lias been de- Nation they tmd worked no hard io
voted in ii during the past year. As establish, and by doing so have reap-
yet no inn- seems lo have presented "'oil their reward In dollars and cents,
acceptable  "euro-all''   tor   the a comparison of prices realized tor
Notice
WATKIt ACT, C11APTKH SI,
SUCTION  159  (1)
TAKE NOTICE thai tlie Consolidated Mining ii|l(1 Smelling
Company of Canada, Limited, of
Kimberley, IJ.L'., lias filed a copy
of the following Schedule of
'Polls, proposed to be charged to
water users iu the town of Kimberley, ll.C, with—
1. The Comptroller of Water
Rights, Victoria, ll.C.
2. The Water Recorder, at
Cranbrook, ll.C.
The application for Ihe approval of the Schedule will be
beard al a lime and place to be
lixetl liy the Hoard.
Objections must be made in
writing and filed with the Board
within thirty days after this
date,  DECEMBER  28th, 11122.
Tin- Consolidated  Mining anil
Smelting Co.. Mil.
SOllEDI l.i:—WATER  KATES
•I'm a I
. a.ntir
till 'ir l'|i inn
"Brick** stilwett  writes  in  to  say
thai lii'c is gutting lo be just one liam
oil stiiiinti niter another.
1. 0. 0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets every
IMonday night at
(The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially invited,
N.O.       -      -       E. li. DiiiKley
Rec. Sec.     -     -     W". C Aillavil
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
CHILD'S BOILS
"California Fig Syrup"  is
Child's Best Laxative
Even a sick child loves the "fruity"
tasto of "California BHg Syrup." if Die
utile tongue is coated, or if your child
is listleBB, cross, feverish, full of cold,
or has colic, a toaKnoouful will never
full to open the DOWels, In ii few hours
you ciui ace for yourself liow thoroughly it works all tho constipation poison,
sour bile and waste from the tender,
little bowels and Rives you a well,
playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "Califor-
i iu. Fig Syrup" handy. They know a
teaspoonful to-day saves a sick child
to-morrow. Ask your druggist for
gonuine "California Fig Syrup" which
has directions for balnea and children'
of all agea printed on tho hottle. Mo-,
ther! You must nay "(AMFOHNI.V
or you may get an Imitation fig syrup. |
Plume £10
P.O. Bfi 833
B. A. M00RH0USE
A.M.B.I.C., & B.C.L.S.
rituv. I.AM) sriivnoit
I ratlinuiik      *       - B.C»
Ilfs. Green & MacKinnon
i'liyslclani and Sorgtona
, OrfJcb at  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFPIOfl HOURS
Forenoon!   SO. to 10.01
Afternoons   2.00 to   4.00
Evening* 7 30 to   1.10
Sundays     !30 to   4.10
CRANBROOK, 3. C.
I)It. I'. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOURS
9 to 12 a in.      1 to 6 pm.
Hanson nik., t'RANRllOOK. ll.C.
TOWS OK KIMHr.lll.KY. ll.C.
RI5SIDKNCES, Minimum
(No until or llnslii ..
HATH, eacli  	
URINALS, each  	
WATER CLOSETS, eat* 	
TENEMENT HOUSES,
per family 	
ItrSINKSS I'ltKJIISES
STORES  	
OFFICES   	
BARBER SHOPS, 1st Chair	
BACH ADDITIONAL CHAIR ...
BATHS, each  	
WATER CLOSETS, eacll	
HOTELS    	
LAUNDRIES,  (Steam)   	
RESTAURANTS 	
BOARDING IIOl'SKS 	
PRINTINO OFFICE	
BUCHER SHOP using Motor ....
LIVERY BARNS 	
CHARGE KOll TUKNINa
WATER ON OU OKI-'	
CHARGE FOR TURNING
WATER ON OR OFF AFTER
HOURS, SUNDAYS (lit
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS   If"
1-1 --IT
.$1.50
.. .r,o
.. .50
1.50
1.00
1.50
i.OO
.50
.r,o
.50
5.00
10.0(1
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
F. M. .11 A (' P II E It S O N
Ondortalter
I'linnc 1150
Norbury Ail'., unit I.' I'll) Hall
WHY    OPERATEt
Wlion HEPATOLA remove, gall
.(ones in 24 hours, without pain and
relieve, appendicitis, stomach and
liver troubles. Contains no poison.
Not sold by druggists.
miS. GEO. 8. ALMAS
Sole Manufacturer
230 Fourth Ave, So., Saskatoon, Bask.
Prion 10.60 Phone 4855
MINARD'S LINIMENT %$.
King of Pain
Vlli   Ruth Tfltfciiiilon, IJTrafnl   it    tTb  ufcOfll. "Hypamlm^ilur w.n   /■   ■     /rf
iulijcel lo .liui.ii.it" 'ii ami u«nl i"> ill ma fi  puymaM '" ro iMilmiltin;-     /     * \//     .//
ipjvln>lit|iii»>:.til""ll>...H'i>iiii,.ii.u.1ii..Jiiilf.lhi.<.. kliilttliin-Jlhuiu.n." Ji   I     * * '    W
Minnrd's  Liniment  Company
Limited
pri'Viiiiing unsatUfaciory atate oil af-
fuirs than that of co-oporatloa. True
we leurn of numerous unsuccessful
attempts ut co-operative market lug.
and frequently hear ii stated that cooperation is all right in theory hul in
practice II tint's uoi work oui.
INSTANCE Or'
(O.OPKItVMON
The facl that there Btill oxIbis a
growing dOBlro on Lhe pari of agiicul-
ii producers to continue and Improve their market conditions through
:o-operallve ollort is proof of tho fact
hat sonic co-operative attompta do In
iracllce prove successful. Continued
failure of accomplishment would have
long since banished the co-operative
plril from this country. The purpose of this article is to briefly review
lie operations of the British Columbia
Wool Growers Association, and there-
y present an Instance of successful
co-operative effort.
The British Columbia Wool Growers
Association was formed for the purpose of marketing the British Columbia wool clip to tlie growers' best ail-
vantage, and nt the same time foster
i mutual spirit amongst sheep men
The need for such an organization
wus not denied and the results have
Ince amply proven the theory. The
organization was started in 1910 uu
tier tin? name of the "Interior of ll.C
Wool Growers Association," with
headquarters in Kamloops, nml tlie
scope of Its activities more or less
restricted to tho interior of tho province.
Tho organization is now in a better
position to foster the needs of tlie various districts through a representative
board of directors whose sane policy
of the past year has meant thousands
of dollars to iis patrons, as will bo
shown further on in this article,
mo imickam:
shown
At this Juncture ii might lie well t<
point nut that the volume of business
from tlie commencement of the Association iu KamloOpH iu 1917 Incroosefl
steadily   in m,   In   round   numbers,
10,000 lbs. io 176,000,    lu 1020 the As
soclation   did  iis   record   volume   of
business.    The se'asous  of  1020 a:
1921 presented a crisis in wool ma
ketiiiK.   Owing to the accumulation of
wool iu the world's markets it becam
most difficult to find any market whatsoever,   dealers were conspicuous by
their absence ami the Canadian C
Operative Wool Crowers. Limited, r
mained the only big concern ende
vorlng to iissisi sheep men in securing n market for their wool.   The sit
ualfou during (his crisis lu wool mai
keting   was   thai   \W  Canadian  Co
Operative Wool Growers Ltd. found e
market   for   approximately   5,000,000
tiis. of the Canadian clip und paid tin
Canadian sheep men in round figure
$1,000,000.00 for this wool, the greater
part nf which would never have found
i market at all.   True Ihe juices were
low,   bill    nevertheless   exceeded    the
average price of dealers.   The following year, namely the past season, pre
sent ed   a   different   sit tint ion   and   i
brief review nf achievements will determine, iu dollars and cents, the value of this organization to British Columbia   wool  growers.    In   the   first
place the  volume nf business  of the
Assoc hi lion    decreased    from    17t.,00<i
lbs. to 80,000 Mis.   The reason tor this
wns because the luiliils of Ihe slu
men   were  pollute!)  with scandalous
information by tactions that milltatet
against tlie best Interests of the mem
tiers of tlie B.C, Wool Crowers Asso
elation.   Misleading reports published
from time lo limo by parties pos
authorities  ou   wool   mailers  caused
tile sheepmen to believe Hit- Association was Bnpplng the life blood nut ot
tlie sheep industry by paying the
growers  ridiculously  low  prices  for
their wool.    True, I lie prices wore low
bul the more reasonable growers realized thai the Association was nol responsible for a demoralized world
wide wool market, und further (hul
tho Association bud performed a valuable service to the industry by paying lu (he neighborhood of $1,000,000
to Canadian sheepmen for wool, the
greater pari of which, but for tho or
ganlzatlon, would have hud no market
WATKK   NOTICE
l>hei>i"ii and Use
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining and Smelling Company of
Canada, whose address is Trail, B.C..
will apply for a licence to take and
Use One Million Gallons per day of
water out of Mark Creek, which tlowa
easterly ami drains into St. Mary's
[liver about Murysvillc, B.C.
The water will be diverted from the
stream at n point near the Power
House oa the Mark Creek Mineral
Claim, and will ho used for the purpose of Waterworks upon the land
described us Kimberley, B.O, (in Lot
1888, O.I., Kootenay, B.C.), ami the
territory within which the applicant's
powers in respect of llio undertaking
are in he exercised Is within Kimberley, IU'.
This notice was posted on the
ground llio 2flth day of December,
1022, A copy of this notice nnd an
application pursuant thereto and to
the "Water Act, 1914," will be filed In
the office of the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook, B.C.
The petition for approval of the undertaking as per Section Tl of the Act
Will he heard in tho Office of the
Board of investigation at a date to be
llxed by Hie Comptroller, and any
Interested person may file an objection
thereto In the otP.ee of the Comptroller
or of Ihe said Water Recorder.
Objections to the application may
bo tiled with the said Water Ueeorder
or with the Comptroller of Water
Rtghti, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the
first appearance of this notice In a
local newspaper.
THE   CONSOLIDATED   MINING
AND   SMELTING   COMPANY
OP   CANADA.   LIMITED,
Applicant
E. G. MONTGOMERY,
Agent.    I      Louisiana is all astir in the rc-lhkc near Mer Rouge,   the murder
The date ollhe first pubHeatlon of     covery of the fc^, of  F. W.fe%f^^i4.^
this notice Is December 29th, 1922. y^ tni T F IWim* horn ilttarctwif lor *•
he 192B clip bringB oui this point.
The Association keeps In touch with
market conditions ami reviewing the
B.C,   wind   market,   it   Is   found   that
rices   received   liy   lhe   mowers   who
old privately, or outside the Assoclu-
in,i. ranged from To. per pound to 16c,
per pound, u very conservative aver-
lgo being lie. per pound.   The average net price io the growers who sold
(trough i lie B.C. Wool Orowers As-
nidation, afier deducting ail oxpens-
B    Including    shipment    from    I heir
nearest railway b tat Ion is IT'/jc. per
pound.   Tliis represents a difference
6$4«. per pound in favour of co-
ratlve marketing, and at tlie same
e represents the loss the growers
timed wiio sold outside the ,Asso*
tlon.
IMPORTANT
POINTS
A further point to be mentioned is
hat had the Association received the
apport it deserved Its average to the
rower undoubtedly would have been
onsiderably  higher:   First,  because
radically the same necessary over-
tend expense will market 175,000 lbs.
or more of wool as is required lo mar-
he!  80 000  lbs.    Tliis expense spread
greater volume of business reduces  the  handling costs  per  pound
ol.    Secondly, the wool lost tc
the Association during the past sea-
uu reduced the quality of tlie B.C
lip very materially since the besl
quality wools were sold privately.
thereby reducing the Association's av-
rage net  price to 17'^c. per pound,
.hi. li according to Ihe previous year's
railing statements would have been
in the neighborhood of -tic. A case
in point is that of one grower of line
quality wool who this season sold
privately iu preference to letting the
B.C. Wool Growers handle his clip
for him; had this wool been of the
same quality as last year, Ihe grading
statement of which tho Association retains, and which in* all probability
would be simitar since it would be
taken from the same flock of sheep
the Association's net average, all expenses deducted, to him this year
would  havi'  been   19.79c.  per pound.
Plils grower sold tor 13.5c. per pound.
His clip last season was 7.l)ti!) pounds,
ami it is presumed he hat) a similar
clip this season. By soiling privately
this grower's estimated loss may be
calculated thus: 7,000 x 0.20c. or $444.-
04.
In contrast to this example of loss
io the grower is the following example of a grower with" a wry similar
quality of wool, who sold through the
Association. It happened the writer
called on this grower when be wus
fully decided to accepl an offer of 10c.
per lb, for his entire clip, and the
grower gave as his reason for deserting the Association that he considered
there was too much criticism ami
fighting going on within tho Association, and on this account he had decided to drop i.in. To mnke a long
story shun, before leaving this plate
tlie man decided to ship his wool to
the Association, and since this organization has paid him a net average
price of 20.1c. per pound for his entire
Clip of 2,895 pounds, thus returning to
this grower $292.83 more than he
otherwise would have received had he
sold prlvnloly for 10c.
Further  examples  as  proof of  the
value <>t' this organization  might   he
tiled, but space prevents; sulfite to
summarize in conclusion that  it) The
wool   growers   who  marketed   their
wool through the B.r. Wool drawers
atioii tltls season saved an nv-
of li'nc,  per pound  not.    The
e nf husiness done being 80,208
pounds,  the   saving  by co-operation
ias 80,208 x 014c. ur $6,819.87,
(2) The wool growers who sold tint -
Ide the  Association,  representitig   in
omul numbers 819,702 pounds (800,-
ooo pounds less 80,208 pounds) lost
$14,280.08 (210,702 pounds nl tiVji-. or
$14,280.03), A handsome gift from
the wool growers of B.C, to the wool
dealers.
[IU Provincial stotisttcs estimate tho
lie. dip ai approximately 300,000 lbs.
Therefore,   provided   there   was   100
uit. co-oporallon, tlie value of
this organization lo tho B.C. sheep
men this season would have been
800,000 tit ti'/^c. or $19,500.00.
In conclusion let me stale that ihe
B.C. Wool Growers Association forms
a nurt of a Dominion wide orgahlza-
liuti known as the Canadian Co-Oper-
ativo Wool lirowors, Limited, which
theory Is all right, aud which in
practice is functioning to-day us ihe
modt outstanding example of real successful co-operative etlorl.    They are
ihe recognlROd central Belling agency
for Canadian wool, acting as a wholesale distributing centre for the sale nf
wool  io ihe manufacturer,    in this
they  form  the one necessary  medium
m' exchange dlrocl rromm tho .producer to tho mnnufneturori oven tlie dealers using tills medium, looking upon
ii as lhe house best aide lo handle to
advantage lhe various wools as produced in this country.
To .11i.iIn Blich a position, namely.
a central SOlllllg agency, is Ihe desire
of tho various fruit growers organizations in British Columbia to-day. With
'rem'*' to ihe grain marketing problem on the prnrlea tho Hon. c. A.
Dunning,  Premier m'   Saskatchewan
ml former general manager of ihe
Co-Operatlvo Blavulor Company, offers
a permanent solution as quoted from
(he Kami and Hunch Heview, Decern
her 20, 101!:!:
"I have spoken .of the splendid inclines controlled by the organized farmers. Among these aro two greal export companies—one controlled by tho
Saskatchewan Co-Operative Elvator
Company ami the other by tbe United
Grain Orowers Limited. My suggestion is (tint these two export companies should he amalgamated, allowing
in each of ihe parent companies—the
Saskatchewan Co-Operativo and tho
U.G.G.—an equal share in the capital control of the amalgamated company, which for convenience we might
call the Canadian Farmers' Export
Company."
Aaron Sapiro, one of lhe most reliable authorities on co-operative marketing, in an address to an Ontario
audience, staled regarding ihe Cali
Celery Ui.'.-.j i > the Lhiiig
to stimulate the. liver, cleanse i!.o
bowels, purify the blood, banish
headaches ana make you feel iliu
Joy of better health an I strength.
Nature's own laxative und tome
roots and herbs in Celery King.
30c and BOd packages.
Are You        i«g*
Why not relh veit Una very day 7
A few drops of Shiloh banishes that
tlcklingin the throat that maddens
you. A fowdt'Ses heal up thepore
und mffntni tl ti i s In tlie throat
ami really bi nl h t! utcough. 80c,
OOo and $1.20.    A ldiU|   : Us
• PORT HTRKLK NOTES    *
• *
A very pleasant ami Jolly evening
was Hpoill  at  Ihe  Masonic  Mall, under
the auspices of the fori Steele Sunday   School.     Thanks   are   especially
due to Mr. Gnlgrallh, -Mr.  Dlnmoro,
Mr. Kershaw ami Mr, Wenlen for their
donalitms;   also   Mrs.   AI tree  nnd   Ihe
mothers for cakes and help, working
so harmoniously with the teachers,
Mrs. Cooper would like to take this
opportunity to sincerely thank the
Masonic Mull committee and everyone
ivho so  kindly   helped  to make  the
BUY  ONLY  CERTIFIED
POTATO  SEED,  IS THE
ADVICE   TO  GROWERS
Victoria, B.C.—Warning by Dr. Cecil
Tico, director of the Potato Branch of
the British Columbia Department-cf
Agriculture, to protect people of the
province during the next few weeks
from buying potntoos as certified seed
unless the official tug of tho Dcpart-
Growers:   "We  learned"mcnl is attached and sealed to each
fornia Er
that first groat principle that when
you have to sell something you must
organize on tbe basis of the commodity, Our growers woke up and began
to federate all these locals together,
and to-day the California Fruit v,r,\\-
ers Association has more than twenty
local federations In tho twenty districts, and more than 73 per cent, of
he oranges leaving California nre
oitted out through one office lu Lev
\mreles."
The desire of ihe British Columbia
Prut I Growers, the advice of the Prettier of Saskatchewan and the sxpe-
"ienee of Aaron Sapiro With respect lo
rfgauizing on a tiasis of the commodity marketed through one central selling agency should be couvinelve of the
'acl that tin? wool growers are organized along proper lines.
IMI1VN AGJft'T A\i» I'OII-
MElt   MlVSI'.M'iat   MAN
I'ASSr.S AWAY AT VEUXOS
ck.
niiviiij; tin1 next few months approximately 300 Ions or llrlllsll Col-
l)i^ renin,'.I paiatoea will be of-
torocl tor sale.
Where Klan Is Charged With Murder
Vernon. ll.C The death of Major
A. Megraw, Indian Agent for southeastern British Columbia and well
known newspaper man. occurred In
this city to-day. Mr. Megraw was at
me time proprietor of The Vernon
N'ews, aud, previous to this, owned
newspapers iu Ontario, as well as
editing newspapers in different towns
in southern B.C.
He wns prominent in Masonic clr
cles and was also well known In liter
ary circles. Ho leaves one sister
Mrs. s. i:. Hamilton of Vernon, nm
several brothers and sisters in Onto
rin.    He was OTi years of age.
l.i'l Gee (Josh says she always gives
these fresh mashers the geological
survey—the stony stare.
Perpetual Calendar
Thirsty days hath September,
April. June und November.
All  the rest are thirsty, loo,
Unless you make your own home brew
The Herald presents herewith one
oi the few nuthenth pictures of the
former German Kaiser with bis bride,
despite the fail thai tho fallen monarch has tried to bar tho photographers, bo us to lie able to sell for a
handsome figure the exclusive picture
rights. The photo nbovo wai taken
by n tireless photographei who spent
io,:r weeks In Holland before being
able t i get this plcturo from the top
ol s tree without bellig observed.
{•J » J$ 0 .rj.'iJ
UNLESS you sec the inime "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin al all
Accept only an "unbroken pnekase" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," wliich contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved sale by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
lliimly "Bayor" Ikim nf 12 tnliloU—Also bolllon »r 21 mil 100—DruggUU,
Ahi.Ii In In III.- t>ml,, innrk lri.Klulir.il In Cftnnrlrl) nt I'n'ir Mantlfncturii nf Mnnu.
RL...lUni:lil,..l,.r ol Wiilliyllinilil. Willi.. It 1. m il kimwn Hint .i»|>irln ni.aiii, lluyi-r
iiiiiiiulu. lui... In un.l.i Uu* piilillc ukuI'imI linlinlliin.. III.' Tul.ti-ti, uf Hnvrr r<iitijiiMy
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THE  CRANHltOOK   11EKAM)
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CORRESPONDENCE
TI1IXKS SAI'E C0N0BETE WOltK
NEEDS WABJI WEATHEB
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.tit the Striped Package
lIliJRMSTBISCUITCOMRWiyiP
To tbe Editor,
i Cranbrook Herald.
1 Sir,
11 i think tbiLt the enclosed correspondence may bo of sufficient public
Interest to warrant my asking you to
give- It upuro In your columns.
Tho sentence in tho extracts from
the opinion ot uu English engineer
tn which I culled the special attention
nt" tho Minister of Public Works rend
iih follows: "Thoro will certainly be
a risk lu building the dam through
the winter." Tlie Comptroller ol Water Rights—and public safety— now-
ovor, pooh-poohs this, and doen not
even propose lo find oui whether proper precautions (slol) arc likely lo bo
takent Further comment in needless.
J, BAHNARD, Ca\it,
Baynes Lake, B.O,
January 18th, 1023.
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BEAUTY
COMPACTS
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DELIGHTFUL F;t,V Powder
Jontccl in bandy aii\c
form. Htj much easier to carry
—doesn't spill*—so there's no
waste. Fragrant, velvety pow
dcrtli.it goes on smoothlyand
•ttidp—not easily brushed or
blown off. Tin;.-, that match
all complexions. In chtc box,
compete with pull*
BEJATTIK-NOBLE   DhDU   CO.
— Tlie Roxftll Storo —
CRANBROOK     -     - B.C.
Whore It pcya to deal
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt.)
Maternity and Qeneral Nursing
Terms Modorata
MUS. A. CRAWFORD,   .Matron.
Garden Avenue     -  Phone 259
MONUMENTS
CAMTBBMi   *   KITCIIIE
MOSniKNTAl,   CO,
IfoliQn
JOHN QARD
PAINiliR &
PAWWHANGER
Full   I.hit-  of  Null   Paper
lu  Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 nt all hours
ciuNimooK   .   -   .   iw\
Kwong Chong
!,Al<NI>KY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite \V. I). Hill's
First  Clans   Work  Guaranteed.
(Copy)
Baynes Lake,
East Kootenay, B.C.
Dec. 19th, 1922.
Hear Sir,
It will, no doubt, be within your
knowledge that works for tlie establishment of a pulp mill uti the Elk
River have been commenced in this
district, and that the Mill Company
propose to construct a dam 100 to 125
feet hi height across the river to get
the necessary power. It may not he
known to you, however, that it is
proposed to build this dam during the
winter months, but I am toltl on what
should he good Authority that such Is
the case.
Aa Minister of Public Works, you
will not need to be told that concrete
work in frosty weather is risky, and
should not be permitted in tiie case of
a dam of this character. Although u
member of one of the well-known engineering bodies of Great Britain, 1
cannot claim to be any sort oE authority on concrete, but, as the matter
U an Important one—we do not want
a Britannia Beach disaster in this
district—I wrote to a well known civil
engineer on the north-east coast of
Englund.who Is an undoubted authority on concrete work, on tlie subject,
and enclose a short extract from bis
reply.
It is to bis Hrst sentence that 1 wish
to call your attention. Doubtless the
engineer in charge of the work will
be acquainted with and will take the
actual constructional precautions mentioned of his own accord; but I think
you will agree with mo that no risks
whatever should be taken In tlie construction of a dam of this character.
May I, therefore, venture to express
a hope that you will enquire Into the
matter aud take any steps tliut may
bo necessary for the public safety,
even though these may involve the
stopping of tho construction of the
dam until next summer.
1 shall, of course, put this letter on
record; but it is needless to say how
sincerely 1 trust it may never be necessary to produce it owing to u catastrophe.
Trusting   that   you   will   give   this
matter your serious consideration,
1 am, Sir,
Vours Faithfully.
.i. i..\ux,\iti>, Capt,
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OH
LANDS
IVnter llldii
S    llllllll'll
Victoria,
H.I'..
til.
miliary, 1923
IP
J. Barnard,
Hi
yiii's Luke, East
Ko
ili'iiity, 111'.
iir Sir.
V.i
letter of Hie liMh ultimo, addressed 10 tbe Honourable the Minister of Public WorkB, has been referred in Hits Department tor reply.
I note your remarks In respect in the
construction of concrete works during
cold weather, nnd havo also read lhe
remarks embodied in tho opinion of
an engineer, which yon enclosed in
your tetter.
In reply I have to slate that the
pouring of concrete Is actually curried oui in the Sastofn Provinces and
KiiKictn I'uiicd States almost continually during the cold weather, and
when the usual precautions art taken
lhe work cannot he said lo be inferior in strength lo concrete poured in
warmer weather. It, of course, adds
materially to the cost and works are
Often deferred till warmer weather,
for financial reasons.
1 do not consider, therefore, that any
restrictions should he placed upon tbe
construction of the work unless there
is any reason to believe that proper
precautions are not being taken.
Yours very truly,
(signed) E. A. CLEVELAND,
Comptroller ot Water Rights.
Telephone (lit P.O. Box 216
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
CKANBItOOK, B.C.
OIU'lTAttY
(Continued from Page II
moved Ibeir youngest daughter, aud
the second In '.he family, Sylva, Sight
years of age.
On Tuesday the little one complained of Illness, but previous to that has
seemed well. On Thursday about midday she was removed to the hospital,
and death ensued about 0.45 that day.
The cause of death was peritonitis.
One elder sister ami two youngei
brothers remain in tbe family, as well
as the .sorrowing parents, to whom
the sympathy of everyone goes out at
Ibis time. Mr. lllll was out of the
liiy on Thursday, nud in spite of efforts to get in touch with him, so ho
could hurry in, did not arrive home
Mil about an hour or more utter his
daughter  had passed away.
Sylva bud been attending the Central School, being a pupil In Division
VIII. Of a bright disposition, she always stood high iu her class, and will
be sorely missed by her young playmates.
Tho funeral takes place at -.30 on
Sunday afternoon from the family residence to the Methodist Church, Rev.
U. 0. Freeman conducting the services.
r'KliN CIIAHTEHS
Wycliffe people learned with deep
sorrow ou Monday of the death that
morning of Fern Charters, only daugh-
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Charters,,
lliat place, which occurred In the
hospital here on that day.
On Sunday last when il was seen
that tbe young sufferer was In a serious condition from diabetes, her removal was made from home to the
hospital. Death ensued about twenty-
four hours later. For some time II
was noticed that she had not been enjoying a full meusure of health, but
the sudden coming of the end inten-
Hied the grief friends at Wycliffe
have felt. She was attending school
at Wycliffe, ami the pall hearers were
four of her young school friends, Ernest Clark. Frank Johnson, George
Tanner, und Thos. Clark.
Tbe funeral took place lu this city
on Thursday afternoon, Rev. Evan
Baker of Kimberley conducting the
services, which were attended by
many friends of lhe family.
The Utile coffin was heaped will,
floral offerings of love and sympathy
from the following:
Family, pillow; Mr. aud Mrs. H. J.
Caldwell, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Staples, spray; Marie anil Camilla
Peterson, wreath; Mr. und Mrs. A. I".
Frederlckson, spray; Mr, and Mrs.
S. C. Clark, spray; Mr. Charles John-
sou and family, spray; Wycliffe Sunday School, wreath; Friends from the
Headquarters Camp, wreath; Friends
from Camp Carr. wreath; this Staples
Lumber Co., wreath; Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Staples, spray; Mr. and Mrs. L
Crowe, spray; Winnie Fisher, spray;
Schoolmates   and  Teachers,   wreath;
Mr. und Mrs. II. S. young, spray; Wycliffe friends, cross.
MltS JllNMi; DAMLLSON
' The death occurred on Thursday ot
this week, at tbe family home, Moyle,
Of Mrs. Minnie Danielson, wife of P.
£. Danielson. of that place. A cold
contracted some two weeks or ten
i 'lays ago developed into pneumonia
'which proved fatal. Her husband and
sons survive her In Moyle
It Is expected that, tlie funeral will
! be held on Sunday afternoon al Moy
lie, Q. B. Willis having left on I
[train to complete the arrangements.
The funeral of UU Man uerlte
Kay, five mouths old daughter of Mr.
tv L. l.urson, of Yaftk, look ul i ■
Saturday morning last, Rev, W. T.
Tapscott officiating. Flowers were
sent for tbe funeral by the father, u
pillow; Grandmother, star; lAunt,
heart; Mrs. Harrison. \ aid., spraj;
Ladies Qulld, Yahk. spray.
lion. In
life
(Copy)
Baynes Lake. ll.C.
January 1.1th, 1923.
The Comptroller of Water Rights,
Victoria. B.C.
Dear Sir,
i have to acknowledge your communication of January 5th.
Without. I hope, any disrespect to
yourself or your office, it is surely
rather strange tor a matter affecting
he public safety to he referred to the
ouiptroller of Water Rights for decision. To the average man, it would
seem like a shirking ot duty on the
part of tlie really responsible Official
or officials. As it is, however, 1 must
of course address my reply to you.
in say that "the pouring of concrete
is actually carried out in tbe Eastern
Provinces and Eastern United states
almost continually during the cold
weather" is, of course, no proof whatever of its being sound engineering.
Tbe engineering reputation of our
neighbours down south is sadly stained with ratal catastrophes. As for
our ffiastorn Provinces, no engineer of
the present generation is likely to forget the bridge over the SI. Lawrence
ar Quebec.
Tbo home of sound engineering is,
yoinl all controversy, In the Old
Country, and when an engineer of
good standing in that country gives
an opinion on a subject of which ho
is an acknowledged authority, thai
opinion may be accepted as absolutely
Round. Wo come back to this, therefore, that there IS a risk—whether
it is 1 In 10 or 1 in 100 does not affeel
Ihe matter lu the slightest degree—In
constructing the dam Iu question during the winter niorithBJ ami no risk
which affects the public safety, should
be allowed to be taken.
1 have now, however, done my duty
us a private citizen in calling attention lo tho matter, and, beyond sending this correspondence to the press
to put It on record, I do not propose
to take any further steps in the matter.
1 am, Sir,
Yours faithfully,
J. BARNARD, Capt
Note. — So far as tbe Herald can ascertain no actual cement work has yet
been done ou the Elk River dam, and
In any case It would not scorn that
things would bo ready to go uhead
with that part of the work till the
spring. Men were at work on the
tunnel from tho proposed dam site to
the powor Iioubo site, but It Is stated
that this week work has ceased oit
this for the time being.
The funeral took place on Tuesday
of this week of Carl Void, formerly of
Waldo, whose death took place at the
hospital on January 2nd. So far as
was known he had no friends or rel-
atlves in this part of the country. He
had been living on his farm of sixty
acres at Waldo up lo the time of his1
death. Rev. W. T. Tapscott conducted
the funeral services on Tuesday morning at ten o'clock.
. Local news. I
i
Insure with Beale it Elwell.        41t!
Star to-night—"Lurna Duuiiy.       47
w. ii. Kemp, of Creston, was In the
city »ii Wednesday of this week.
,i. n. Mleklejohn, formerly of Fernie bm now of Nelson, visited In Cranbrook Monday.
.sin   Bluffing,"  a  story  ol  tbe
Star, Monde.)  and Tuesday, January 22 and 23. 47
tl you are contemplating a tflp
home to England, see Beale & Elwell,
Bteamshlp AgentB. 4ltt
L. R. Fisher aud O. C. 11. Coleman
arrived from Windermere Wednesday
to spend two or three days in the city.
lo
for new road work
ed witli theobjeel ol
ork  expenditure   di
possible minimum
Mrs, Clturles Price and little one
left ill- hospital on Friday last to return  home.
and   returned  ao     on
vorks, Thursday's train.     Mr. Stevenson ox-
Vppll- peels to sp I u good deal 0f time Halo bo veiling   this   year,  going  as   I
ig the as ihe Alia mil- coast.
io   the —
Arthur Ashworth returned last
week-end from a short visit to Calgary.
C. A. Crysdale and S. S. Davis, oili-"'"'''
•lals of the Monarch Life Insurance wt
Company, were In the
ginning of the week.
I'udoubtedly tbe event of tbe week
will be the big Curlers' Annual Ball,
to take place on Burns' Nlcht, Thursday next. The weather may spoil the
Ice tor curling, but whether it's forty
■ of forty below ihe curlers' ball
lH win go over as one ot the bigg I of
In ihe city this week on a business tjlfl BeaBOn
trip,  und   renewing  friendships   gen- __
■ rally.
In response to various wild rumors
round the city the Mayor wishes in make it plain that 11 is nol his
tuenti   i, noi ■■■ fi r ss hi t now* that
of any ol the City Coum II, I    bring
llsmlssal ol an] ol lb i city
It  Is Mr. Cameron's      -. I
that  so long as the work in th    -...:■;-
irtments is being do::-   ■ ;". l-
einly. the  various  employees ot the
111 all be retained.
Mrs Wm Limlsiiy and baby return-
in Wednesday to their home at Kim-
lerley,
.:   li   Tabor, ol Medh ii •■ Hat, wa
Mr.  and Mrs. Alward  returned to
It reek from their hou j
m0 ■ I   ':■:
points.
..hi other
Mr. c  M.  Loasby, ot Sirdar, la s
atleni al 11 e hospital si
Hi  is rei   rted a   doing fairly
Wallle Ueid's latest, "The Ghost
Breaker," good for one continuous
laugh. Star Theatre, Wednesday audi
Thursday, January 24 and 25,
Mrs. N. A. Wnllfnge
on Thursday ol this \
confined Lo the hospl
couple of weeks, folh
Hon,
47
Jack Johnson, old timer of Kimberley and utber parts, who lias been in
tho hospital for the past two months
or bo, was able to leave that institution this week, and expects to be resuming his blaoksmithing al Kimber-
y by the ftr.iL of next week.
The annual meeting of the Augllcai
I W. A, was held on Tuesday afternoon
j when the election of officers for th<
'year took place, all the old officers be
ing re-appointed.     The work ol thi
past  year was also reviewed, and ;
social time enjoyed before the meel
lug disponed.
Croup at Night
Need Be Feared No iUore, Says
This Montreal Father
If the child seems croupy, apply
Vicks over the throat and hest at
bed time. It usually averts a night
attack. And if croup conies on without warning, use of Vicks often brings
relief inside of fifteen minutes.
Mr. Keeling, of 1100 Newmarch St.,
Verdun, Montreal. Quebec, says; "I
found Vicks very good for colds on
tlie chest. My boy suffers with croupy
cough and I rub his chest well with
It and 1 get very good results. It is
also good for colds in the head."
Vicks is the Ideal treatment for
children's cold troubles; it avoids so
much Internal dosing. Just as good
too for grown ups" colds, and for cuts,
bums, bruises, sores, stings and skin
Itchlngs,
At ull drug stores, 50c. a jar. For
a free test size package write Vlck
Chemical Co.. 344 St. Paul Street, W„
Montreal, P.Q.
Though Vicks is new In Canada, it
enjoys u remarkable sale. Over 17
million jars used yearly.
The  initial  meeting  of tlie  school
board for the new year was to take
place on Friday evening of this week 	
at the city hall.   A tew men have been
kepi  at  work on the new school ad-     Lift   Off Willi   Ftll^   S
tlitio
.•-round
id other work
and  ihe roi
loor are being hitli
lone thai can be while tlie work ou
he upper storey Is still Buspeti
We repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear, in fact anything made of
rubber.—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Baker Street. 36tf
Mrs. A. 13. Atkinson of Windermere,
who Is on her way to California, stopped over a day in Cranbrook, visiting
with Mrs. J. B, Hall.
Rodolph Valentino In his hlggosl
picture, "The Young Rajah," star,
Friday and Saturday, January 20 and
27. 47
J.  B, Sutherland, B. C. Longmlre,
and  B.  B. Allen of the firm of 0. A.
Toucbe  &  Co., accountants, Calgary,
are In tho city auditing tho books of     On  Saturday   last   n  bad  accident
ihe city, and a number of business| l°ol(   Place o"  the  Fenwlck  Avenue
concerns. •''"' when Joseph, ten year old son ot
_ : Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Genet bad two ribs
A. Sanborn, of Fernie, manager of  broken.     He   was   coming   down   the [
the BOBt Kootenay Power Co., was iu   hill on his sled and some other chili
the city Wednesday in connection with   ren tried to obstruct bis way.   In try-
the trouble on the Kimberley branch I "iff to avoid them be Bwenrcd to one
of  their   power   line,   caused   by   the  >We  and   ran  into  a   large  bob sled
storm on thai day. standing on the side of the hill, the
_ point   of  lhe  hobs  cutting  his   flesh.
Al   the time of going to press the  tTpoh  examination  it  was  found that
condition of Mrs. Bliher Miller, who two ribs had been broken.
has been  lying critically  ill  at  her —
home, is reported to he favorable, and <;•* rge Stevenson, well known in
that she Is inuktug as good progress this city and Fernie. who was recent-
as could be expected. The many . ly appointed to the position of sales
friends of the family will hope thai manager for tlie Dominion Canners,
this good progress is maintained. Limited. Hamilton, was in the city for
— a couple of days this week.    He met
J. C. Brady, district engineer for tbe here Mr. F. G. Evans, general man-
provlnclal government in this district, ager of tbe B. C. Dominion Canners.
has bepu in Victoria this week attend-  Vancouver, a subsidiary company, for
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FHOM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE ID
CORNS
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Fre*zone'' on an aching corn, blatantly that corn stops h trtlag. then
shortly you lift it right off with fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ot
'Freezone" for a tew cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft com,
or corn between the toes, and the cal-
:neapa, without »oreT-«>8i or Irritation,
*0*0
"Rabbie Burns' Nlcht"
DANCE
Under
Auspices
Of
Cranbrook
Curling
Club
Thursday, January 25th, 1923
THIRD ANNUAL EVENT, and will continue to be THE
Dancing Event of the Season as long as George Hogarth is
with us.
*m0*m0*j*0*0*0*m0*m0**
*****
0*0*0+ TAQV,   SIX
THE  CRANBROOK   HKRA1L1)
Friday, .Innnnry ID, 1023
. 3Local JMus ♦
Wo have in stock a full line of
Women's, Men's, Girls', boys' aud
Children's Shoes. Our stock Is complete and—
Our  low  prices win every time.
W. R DORAN.
Insure with Bealo & Elwell.
Rev, i:. C. Freeman was in Fernie
last week-end tailing the services in
ill.- United Church, exchanging with
Rev. VV. Burns, who was in this city
for the day.
Thos. Duncan, of the Columbia Hot
el. Elko, wns in the city on Thursday
on one of his business visits.
Boalo & Elwell will pay cash for
Victory Bonds at current market rutes.
Mrs. Gordon ('handler, of Hull River, has boon a patlenl al the hospital
this week.
Augmentation Bill Cameron was
elected for Mayor iu Cranbrook yesterday. Fertile curlers extend congratulations.—Ferule Free Press.
| Rev. W. Burns, pastor of Lbe United
Church al Fernie. wus In the city over Sunday last, conducting the services in the Moihodisl Church for Rev.
B  C  Freeman      Mr. Bums renewed     Preston's oxporl ihiuor house went
many friendships in this city before out ot business at tho end of the year,
returning borne Monday ftUl1 wlml lutl° UIl80U' Btock ,lml ro"
jmaincd  was shipped lo  Fernie.    Tbe
(I. C. H. Coleman, well-known Win-     one McGrogor w  saw und car-U*Wt liquor bouse liens., has been
dermere stock rancher, bus been In the riage foi    ale ul Detail's Garage.     47 rnlaml to J10.000, nud iib a result only
City for a short time thi. week,          (                           - |about seveiihouses wiil bo In bUBinesB
!    a break In the power li: n Wed ,lllls •v,';"'   Tl1
A. II. Playle has recently bad the
misfortune to Ioba three of his good
Jersey herd in mishaps, His best
animal recently chewed up some powder thai had been ten by lhe crews
putting in tin- power line to Kimberley; and later two cows got on the ice
at Put ton's Lake and wen l through
a soft spot and Were lost.
We have in a Full Line of Wlnler
Rubbers, and—
Our  low  prices  win  every  time.
W. F. DORAN.
A meeting of the Farmers' Institute will he held at lhe city ball on
Saturday of next week, January 27th,
at 2.30.      Business nt" importance, iu
Destiny seal the city electricians mil
in .i hurry to ascertain tho cause, I
the trouble  was lui iiled on  i lie Klin-
bi rley  extension  near Pat ton's Lake.
The cltj  line was disconnected from
the  Kimberley extenslou, and  powor
is available in the city again within
short time, but Kimberley was with-
i power for about u day.
nt   Fernie nud  (ll
in tlie Interior are
id Forks.
Creston Rovlew
Reference to the program published
elsewhere ill this  issue will show that
something really good is to be presented In the Star Theatre on Sunday evening, alter lhe regular church services, and which Is being put on by local professional talent, nssisled by a
few well known amateurs, All proceeds after expenses have been mel
will be devoted to charity, and if tho
of    thorough!
concert music In lhe future.
good
it.   il.   Pontlfex  of  the  Trnnnullle
Sanitarium,   Kamloops,   has   been  In
the City in Lhe Interests of the paper,
The Tranmillllnn," which the tuber- nubltc 8ll0W tt sufficient degree of ap-
cular   relumed   soldiers   undergoing I»reclntlon. U  Is purposed to pul on
treatment there are issuing monthly.Iolner l,r°Smn
Mr.   Pontlfex reports a  very cordial
reception from lbe people of tlie city
.generally, end n desire in most quar-
'luding the election of officers. Large tera to help tho veterans in this small
ittendance requested. -17 , way.
Avenue oil Thursday evening last. The
evening was spent iu dancing ami
playing games, and an enjoyable time
was spent by till. Among those prc-
11 sent were Miss Fin ley, Miss Lewli
| Miss   LeClerc,   Miss   Stanley.   Miss   M.
11 Danlsetl. Miss C, Bardgett, and others
'I     Rev. E. W. MacKay returned lo 11
That Headache
of Yours
l Von may have tried a hundred remedies without relief
—but have you ever bad your
eyes examined?
A  large majority of headaches are caused by the eyes.
And  nothing   iu  the  world
Will stop them but Hie wearing of Ihe right  glasses.
Thai slops them almost al
i inc. ami keeps them stop-
pod.
Heller have us tesl your
eyes some day.
We can toll you in five minutes whether your headaches
i ome from your eyes or not.
W.H.Wilson
Mr'G. IH'TK IAN
One McGregor wood saw and
■Inge for sale at Detail's Garage.
Misses Celesta and Delplilnc Bennett entertained o number of their
friends  at  their  home on  Armstrong
Thanks to Ratepayers and
Parents
To The Editor, Cranbrook Herald.
Dear Sir.
I wish through ilie columns of your paper to
thank lhe voters of Cranbrook and District for the way
they saw lit to support me In the Election, and it is my
only desire to return thanks by way of the best service
I can possibly render. Trusting that I may serve the
tax-payers, parents and their children to the liest of
my ability.
F.  H.  DEZALL
city on Thursday from Nelson, where
he attended   lbe  funeral  of tbe  late
I Rev. J. U. Stirling, Presbyterian pus-
tor I here, who riled on Saturday last.
i Mr. MacKay preached the sermon at
, tlie funeral service, and among the
flowers In evidence was a spray from
the Women of Knox Church, Crnu
brook.
Mrs. j. 0. Ingham.
ieeii a patlenl al tie
he week.
if Ibis city, has
hospital during
n> k. p. mi:miir.its
I NOTICE
'! 	
j    R.   J.  Gnrdner,  Grand   Chancellor.
wHj^j*XT-r,l,"!"  pay l>iK official visit to Crescent
To the Ratepayers of the City
of Cranbrook and Others:
NOW THE ELECTIONS ARE OVER
WILL YOUR TAXES BE MORE OR LESS?
BE PREPARED BY BUYING YOUR
FURNITURE
at the
BIG 22
m j Lodge. No, '.VI, Crunhrook. on Wednesday evening next, January 24th, al
the  Castle   Hall.     The  rank   of   Page
will be exemplified. A large attendance of members and visitors is requested. 17
PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR
AT NELSON LOSES IN
FIGHT WITH DEATH
AMI SAVE  MONEY
Rev. Win. Burns and his tilth' hand
of church workers were made very
happy on Sunday evening lust when
Mr. W. It. Wilson handed them a
check for $8,000 to apply on the
church tlebt. Further happiness canio
a day or two later when Mr. A. B.
Trites presented a similar amount
—Fernie Free Pres
Taking in the hotkey games away
from the city In tbe Selkirk league is
u pretty strenuous matter, as some
of the locals found, when their car
broke down near Marysville on tbe
return trip, and they had to tramp In
to Wycliffe. They got good treatment
there to revive them, however, in Hi
shape of a good meal al the home of
Mr. und Mrs. Staples, but are Imping
for better luck next time they go t
the mining town tor n game.
.las. While of Fort Steele who was
a patient at the hospital here for lib
out u couple of weeks, returned to bin
home on Sunday last.
George  McMahon.    of    Kimberley
was able to return home on Wodne
day of Ibis week from the hospital.
Mrs. Lewis Hilton, of Lnmberton, is
a patient al tbe hospital this week
ant] it is understood she fs getting
along fairly well at present.
j Rev. J. B. Stirling, pastor of the
(Nelson Presbyterian Church, died on
Saturday afternoon of last week, after an illness of about two weeks. He
came to the Kootenay city about a
year aud a half ago from Saskatoon,
and was in his tbirty-seventh year at
the time of his death, a widow and
two young daughters surviving him.
A native of Glasgow, he put in many
years bard missionary and pastoral
work in the province of Saskatchewan
ami was forced to seek il milder climate Iu the Interests of bis health.
| Rev. 13. W. MacKay. pastor of Knox
[Church iu this city left for Nelson on
INITIAL MEETING OF
NEWLY ELECTED POLICE COMMISSIONERS
Ou Tuesday evening of this week the
newly elected police comtnlsloners
held their first meeting at tho city
hall. Mayor Cameron presided, and
Com miss loner Shnnkland was joined
by   W.   [■'.   Doran, lhe second   member
elected lasl week.
The night of meeting was changed
to fall on the evening of the second
Wednesday in every month, but this
later being fixed as the City Council
night,   tbe   Police   Commission   will
The KOOTENAY GARAGE
ARE  OFFERING
probably   be   changed   to   the  second
Tuesday in order to attend the funor-1 Thursday evening in the month,
,^/ial of the late Mr. Stirling, Further licenses to hotels and room
______________^_—__ | ing houses under the city by-law wen
      granted to the following:
I Imperial Hotel, Pete Mulhesm;
I Cranbrook Hotel. Ceo. Hogarth; Ven-
lezla Hotel. Marapodi & Blggltlnt;
! Moniana Cafe, Chin Soo; Century Cafe
Tong Chung.
$25.00  IN   PRIZES
TO TIIK
Boys and Girls of Cranbrook and District
FOR THE BEST COMPOSITION ON THE FOLLOWING LINES:--
TAKE Till-:  WOIIJIS
KOOTENAY   GARAGE
AND FORM INTO SENTENCES SUCH AS
Kootenay Garage,
Ojk,ii day and night.
Oldsmoblle, and
The Superior Chevrolet—
Everybody's talking a'bout them.   Order
Now, or let us rt< monslrate
At
Your convenience.
Give our Repair Department
A   trial.
Repairs our Specialty.
And
Guaranteed workmanship assures you of
Entire Satisfaction.
This copy cannot be used,  but  you  may make use of the  words by
changing them around.
Each Boy or Girl may submit as many coupons as they wish.
Coupons  Must  He ('ill   Prom  The  Crnnlirnok  Herald
SATURDAY
Jan. 20th
is the LAST OAY of
our
INVENTORY
SALE
It is to your advantage to
look over our specials
FRESH SALTED
PEANUTS
Regular 60c II). Special 85c
PEANUT BRITTLE
Extra Special !l5c Itt
PRES11 STOCK
llaml Rolled Chocolates
Special Price (iOc It)
We  have made up some
MORE   GRAB   BUNDLES
OP MAGAZINES
Lots  of good  reading at
85« Kiimllc
HASLAM, The Druggist
Phono 16
Wo aro Prompt. We aro Careful-
We Want To Sell
TEN DOZEN FURNITURE
POLISH
on  Friday and Saturday, at  the regular prices ot 80 cents »  bottlo.
BaOh bottle lias a numbered ticket in the carton, ami the person holding
the duplicate of the number contained In Envelope No. I w ill recol'e free
A Fine $16.00 Rattan
Rocking Chair
The person holding the duplicate of number contained In Envelope No. 2
will receive free
A $9.50 Jardiniere Stand
and the person holding the duplicate of number contained In Envelope
No. 3 will receive free
A $7.25 Cake Cruet
SEE   WINDOW  DISPLAYS
Not more than 6 Bottles to one person
Envelopes will lie opened ami numbers given mil on Monday, .Inn. 22ml
1
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1
rjo« iM^^Tn    I
\w
TUNNEL  TEAM   GETS
SECOND  WW  BEATING
WYCLIFFE SUNDAY LAST
(Continued from Page One)
ed tlio home defense nml luul only
Crowe t« beat. Hut they didn't do It.
That veteran guardian of the strings
had them all fooled for the first 2<J
iniiuiit-'s of play. Plecasli ulso had hi*
full share of work and showed good
stuff, li was not until "> minutes be-
fore ih« gong sounded for the end of
the first spasm that he weakened, and
Hall on a neat pass from Cairns,
slapped in a hoi one, ami two minutes
later the Tunnel nets were bulged
again, this time by Calms unusslsted.
And this fast travelling Utile forward,
let it bo said In passing, played a
snappy game, notching two of Wy-
cltffe's goals and assisting with the
third. Murray's lone goal in the second raised the hopes of Tunnel sup
porters, but in spite of hard work bj
Gill, who played a brilliant game, they
were unable to tie the score. Both
defenses worked like fiends, and ihe
second period ended with lhe score
li to 1.
Gill completely out-guessed Crowe
for the Tunnel's second goal 2 minutes after play begun in the third period, and with tbe score 2 all both
loams tightened up, Cairns made I'le-
cisii look cheap on a sizz.ler ihai hii
him on the shoulder and rolled into
ihe twine, ami a few minutes Inter
Griffiths on Musser's pass lied Ihe
BCOro again, and brilliant defense
work, especially by Musser nud
Whitehead prevented further storing,
aud there was 28 minules of hard piny
In the overtime period bofore Musser
succeeded In fooling Crowe for the
Tunnel's fourth goal, dill and .Musser wero the stars for the visitors, although Qrimth played his usual good
steady game, and Plecasli guarded the
nets well. For Wycliffe Crowe nud
Calms carry away the marbles.
The line-ups were:
Tunnel
Goal: Plecaaji. Defense: Murray.
Musser. Forwards: Gt'lfliths, (iilt
Keating. [Spftres: J. McDonald, A,
McDonald.
WyclinV
Goal:  ('nnve.    Defense:  Paul and
Whitehead,   Forwards: Jones, Cairns,
Richardson.    Spares: Hall, Fleming.
Summary
First period: Hall from Cairns, 15
minutes.    Calms. 17 minules.
Second period: Murray, (J minules.
Third period; QUI, 2 inlns. Cairns,
7 minutes. (Jrllllths from Musser. \2
minutes.
Overtime: Musser, 2:\ mins. Griffiths from Gill, 27 minules.
Hefcroe: C, W. Gough.
tir brotherhood would he strengthen-
BO Til by their support.
nv SnniiTC    0ur groat worti nml °'
01  UuUUId   I1" "rralu,,p B°tia- cleun
our sole aim is
honest citizens.   This can most easily be accomplished by Scouts themselves, if they.
feg      00 ! as real sconis, will carry Into their
|gpfltp@     Wlwt ihe Uranbrook   \      y ij.)>. ||yefj (,Ri s(.mlt spir|t
|j~ Troop Is Doing  *^_ .
b DOES ADVERTISING
The second  round  In the Scouts'     |>AY? — ASK'THIS WELL
Bowling League was played lasl Sat- KNOWN   POULTRY  MAN
urdo>  on tho "V" Alley., and there MV"J _   %n tlKX  ai™
were more cheers and excitement as I,
the different teams tried for honors.
The first game was played between
the Wild Cits and the Snipers.   The
scores ami players were as follows:
Wild Cats
Joe  Urogau       88
The blow in the miniature blizzard
on Wednesday, about noon lime, proved too much for the clock in the government building, and the time stood
still for a day or so, until put In
motion again by Messrs. Sum Fytes
and A. Raworth.
Bud  McCoy   	
Jack  Gonest   	
...,   85
Snipers
Hector Lfnncll     OS
Ernest Lewis  	
    i",7
Total   	
—
The second game was as
Sharks
Gilbert  lllnmenauer   ....
BUllo  Wolfe   	
nllows:
. . ..   82
Arnold  Ho Id mi er   	
Sharp RJiuolrrs
Editor, Herald.
Please discontinue all our ads. We
are producing 1,050 eggs a day and
through lhe local press have developed a trade for more than we can
produce. This speaks will for ihe
service your paper has rendered, as
well as the high quality egg we produce.
THE BROWN POULTRY RANCH.
WANT ADS.
STAH   NECOMI   HAND   STORK
Phone 9.
We pay the best prices going for all
kinds   of   furniture.      Wo buy anything ;:tun a mouse trap (o an automobile.
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
for BALIS Clilckertng Grand riauo
of medium size, in nri mahogany,
A striking example of Ibis muster
builder's achievement, Magnificent
lorn- Reasonable price and terms.
Write   i«r   ilotnlls,     Willis   I'lnno
Stores, Ltd., NolsOU, ll.C. 17-1)
FOR BALIS Piano In good condition,
cheap for ijtilck sale. Terms to reliable party. Apply iu lirsl instance
In F, A. Williams. Ilorald Ofilco, 17-S
Calvin MeBurnoy     51
Malcolm  tlnrrla      4.1    i
Bitiio Fit'tt   r>2   i
Total
201
.
A couple more games will in- plny-
d on ihe alloys to-morrow, and the
('ginning of the finals Die Saturday
mowing.
ro   IlKNT   Tin    rooms   furnished
or unfurnished, Suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply lo Box 758,
Cranbrook. 4,~h;
|FOR BALK One Savage 308, and one
Leo Enfield rlflo.   n. Weston,
STRAYED A sloor. For about seven
months there has been a white and
black steer running with the cattle
on my ranch. No brand. Owner
can have same by paying for keep
ami thin notice. Owner is requested
to gel same as smm as possible.
T. Fuln. -151 r
2fi YEARS TO PAY—The Soldier Settlement Board of Canada have several FARMS for snle to soldiers or
civilians al ten per cent down and
the balance In 2ii annual payments
at six per cent. Several to rent for
1028, For particulars write to tho
District Superintendent, Soldier Settlement Board, Vernon. B.C.      -H-7
SCOUT SPIRIT
Seoul spirit has been described as
"solf-relinncc ami soli-control."
Through the liberty that scouting
encourages ami allows, a boy learns
self-reliance; through, tho expected
performance of at least one good (urn
each day, he acquires the huhil of
self-siicrllicc; through devotion to Hie
Seoul Law. he learns Ihe ail of self-
control.    "On  my  honour I  promise
 to obey the Seoul   Law."
Two  million   scouts  throughout   the
world are now striving to obey this
law, Biul If our friends on  the other
side of the fence would only study
this and try to realize the magnificent,
though not by any means Impossible, WANTED TO BUY—We buy furs.   B.
ideals here set out, It la certain that     Weston, Baker Street. 42tC

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