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 THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
lUSH .
una
"J I 'UM.l
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY, MARCH  -7TM. 1010
NT.MIII'.R 10
OR •      | Local Overflow FIRES FATAL SHOT
TIE BOARD OF TRADE, ..,„,„„„,.,™,„ ,.,,, , ■        WHILE DESPONDENT
alked
I'clock
ltdii.
Roiuauiber )lit* slocUbrecd
Ing on Saturday afternoon,
The Crunbrook Board of Trade tiaslln the city hall. Despondem  over the rapid failure
decided tliis yenr upon nn energetic     About 10 do-en Economy Jars, quarl  "' llis eye-sight Dan  Bell,
campaign to advance the totereots ol!  .     .       ,    , ,. .„    a A   lv an employee of   he i i.
onr   district,     The war   botftgover.■''.', ' ,'    down to the police station ai
most other towns and cities nro ox- «« Burwell Ave 12-tt. 0n Monday morning and on .he door
tending themsolves in an effort to ro-     ,Vm, ,.;..,,„• t s„„, ,„■ Torollto ttrc| step of the 'toUon^w^hl^reifolw,  (
estubllsh on n pence busis end gel  0ffor|ng B8 ;, prlae,
business for themselves,     This ul*-- Kod, valued ut "60 ti
trlct needs lo be unite ns active as  |-iS|, iic„| iim| quo ( lub tbrougb Mof
lhe reat through the locnl Board otJ fatfa Variety Wore
Trade, and tho Board ot Trade ram bo ,       .    ,
made  n  very  useful  nnd  Influential     '"™*n ffi
The annual mooting on March liiind fortune to liavo ills tool troz luring  nn iniiiies'l wns held in tlie ci ' !
-, i.i,ii, ii ho  uombors  tiio ",1,1 sun,, of lasl month, ded In  by Dr. P. W, (Ireen. coroner, and the   i
was well ''.",■',,'•   ,,1,1,,,! nlouTuoadayaadwaabur*   tollowtog Jury:   W, H.  Wilson, fore    jj
ir   tn-.. I    , niliuaiiwui    u.   . I (Id l{)t|u,      • [,.. i ,  i ,■,,....   '     n,    c    a     i,    \I,r .,-    VV     •'
the   Windermere   Dlstrlcl   Rod   and   ten Jos. Lake, Athalmer; J. W, Craw.
Uiiine Club, with territory extending  'ord,   Fairmont   Hot   Springs: H. G.
over thc Windermere mining division   **owo, Bplllimacheaei Ed. TnnniclHfe,
nd country oontlguous hereto. Wilmer; Al, Cochrane,   Wflndermere;
and R. Randolph Bruce, C.B. RR.G.S. |
W. Il.llclnnd.il.    li.    Hainlllon.M.   II.,
t'ralk.   A. H.   MacKtnno3,J.   C.Pitts,
W. W. Taynton,   Aloxander   Ritchie I
ili.TCl
Mr. .lohn A. Hucklinni, M.p.p ol
Qolden was elected honorary presldenl
.lo!m A. Hope, president. P.C. stock-
dale, vice president nnd Basil G. Ham-
cretary treasurer.
ind A. G. CuMiborl  till of invei'iiere'
Two ol tl.e most Important points
rhe following were   elected as lhe  discussed were the protection of gam
rirsl executive commlttoe: CD.   Ellis  especially trom alleged   depredations
. ,i ii   ■.-,■■   •• ie left side of  bi  """    *• !?'   phisbolm,   Windermere;   by the Indiana of Alberta-and tho pos-
;„;:;;:"":;: li™i V«*rmtS S%3 ■■..■ ;■""'■'■ "jy™\TJTlU Kf' ?MHt-«nMg° -a,"r s,""or ,o b:'
'   "' ' trigger.   A bullei went crashing thru '« Mwn.and S. B. rlarffson, Bdgewa-   „,.,,, ,„ the (a„.
has brain, coming oni behind tho right -
ear.    He tell on his baok und in n -—,„_„„_„„„__„„.„„^„„„„„„„„_„_.__,—,
ueaieudor   on   St.   few mtuutes wns a dead man. [Qj—.........................*....*1*1"**1..»...-.-lDj
who had the mis-     tin Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock I i
present
oagor lo ro nhoad with tho work. Hm
nil ogrood Hint ll Is Impossible to
have nn notlvo Board or Trade with'
out funds, and thut lack ol funds was
Inrgoly tho cause ot ratlines m tho
pi si.
Wo Imve slortod n "THOUSAND
HOI.I.AIt FUND" In curry uui c pro
gram   which   Includes  the   rollowlng
I id,a
death
all
ring Ih,
al  Im
lu
le
Harry Hlnton, iv
loss of I heir halo
Of lasl   Week lho
. ol' lin hint pnci
llllllenlinll nl' IIU illustrated  Ileal,. , |t ,|f,.t| iin,| ,1,,. |
drawlnigi attonllon to -opportunities snnduy.   The po
luuii   seltleinenl,   dOVOlopmonl   "I : putliv  of  lho  col
his
iii afflicting
lr. und  Mi':
■uttered the
Wednesdayj
s lilili'l
al on Friday I
C,   Smith   and   John     i
following   tacti   wore   ) !
jWetljotust Cljurti)
i i
( i
Pastor   Rev. It. W. LEE
■>
i i>i
for
mineral ond other natural resources,
iiu- 11111111111*! mul Hatilng. tiio acenorj
and roads for tourists, otc.
Keiiilhm tiio .National lllyliwii)
through Craivurofflt- -Mono? and .**
furt must bo spout to prove this roiil.
the boa! nnd tho ono to bo selected.
I.mul Setllemriil - Many onq- Irloi
are already on file trom proposed boI-
tiers. Tlie bepnrtDeut ol Pithlli
Works proposes to develop Irrigation
projects, and wo have possibilities In
this district which im.*-: Ue kept before the notice of tiio Government.
Good ll.iiids-T.il. Board ol" Trad
can best urge tho claims of the district, and it is the Intention to do aa
Monthly   General   Luncheon   Meetings—Where nny project for lljfi
vancement of the dlstrlcl may bo \
sented to the members.
\Ve.thlnli that there are many way, .j
In which tiie Hoard of Trade can ad- !
vance your interests anil if you agree:
that a strong and active board in
Crnnbrook will help to solve problems and difficulties more or less j
common to us all we nslv ynu to be*}
come a member and to subscribe to j
the fund.
Tho follow-in? subscriptions nre
acknowledged.
W.   H.   Wilson	
Hanson Garage 	
Beattle-Noble Ltd 	
rink .Mercantile Co. Ltd	
Cranbrook Electric Light Ci
Imperial   Hank   	
Kootenay Telephone Lines .
Drs. (ireen & McKinnon
J.  D, McBride  	
Macdonald &  Nisbet   	
Cranhrook Jobbers  Ltd —
Canadian Hank of Commerce
A. Rnwortli  	
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
tl. J, Spreull  	
A. B. Watts	
A full list nf members and subscri
hers will be published later.
nt.
Mr. nml
Wednenih
holiday i
Mr
i  ('
». IS. A.
IllUl    V.
liltofltla
San Diogi
. I.i
s Angel
rls
in
, Ity ami took In
thai lionutltill ll
cadi is hack Ihe ,
lo lurii ovor n ua
id.
Marshall,
i Walker.
| brought o
t'hiel Ailaias io.iifi.il iiiui he waa In J j
iiis office typewriting   when I aw j |
the ih'ii'asiai paee his window.     He i t
thought he was going towards tlie fire j J
hull.    He  hoard a  ite|i  In  tl ■     all; \ 1
la-fort' ho could gel aro I hi   dealt I j
to upon the door of his offico he hear I
  ,',' "In -hot like the nolae of a toy pistol; i i
V   ,,",,:',    !ai tho Minn' 111110 he heard a fall.   He J J
'   " "'   opi I the door and saw deceased ly I!
lot on his hack, Ills feel mail' Ihe door I
III retiir I on of tlie chief's office and his head on j j
■I, fi'oiii   Hair: iho outer doorstop, a revolver ln iii- t ,
Tliey visited I lefi  hand.    He phouod for In. Mac- j j
mid lhe ,« i an   Kiimon and called i-'iro Chief Oeeorge | j
i-hooii of   tlial! Keoce to nssiai him in wrapping up I I
trips through the head of the deceased in n towel, J j
Now  thai   the Dr. MacKinnon arrived ami ordored ||
ay la. , \i octed ' ihosvoundi'd man lo thc hospital, The ra---*-*-.-.-.--...----.-••.•--»»--.-•.-.-.-.,-■--.-.•-•-•
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a.m. Divine Worship
Slllliia-I    •l.ll-iil    II U   In    llmilllli- I ilk-"
12 m    Sabbath School.
7.30 p.m. Divine Worship
Subject   "Hv Hi-si  Argvnienl I'm- linuinrlnlilv."
A Hearty Invitation To All
and in
good.
boll,  of  the  Ni'lso.i
Its,  Btopped of    al
i Konneth Con
; Monumontal W
, Cran-brook ou his way to l-'m
;ook the tronhlo to emphaslive the faoi
, iluit their advertleement In the llor-
i aid lias brought them n good deal of
! business. This publicity coupled with
i the iiood work of tlie firm will help
; to make tht-ir business grow.
s   of   whist
s of the  I..
hold on l-'rl-
was  the In si  ol
as a splendid prole Edmonston Or-
Mllroy, Mrs. Jns.
I. II. Wlilteliousc.
Irlvos under 'ho auspii
A. of the ii. W. V a. wa
lay nlghl   last and wai
L-rnui rendered 1
chestra and Mrs
Coutts   aad   Ml
.Mrs. Roycroft won the hnl
,,..,.land Mra. Macdonald tlie boo
' : Mr. Wolfer won lhe gentler
;2B00 Mr. Ilavls the gents' bool
-26.00 grnn-l »tke for the serle.i
25.00 '»' Kn
25.00
25.00 The  llavi -
splendid
Hall lusi  Friday
26.001 auspices of the 1 ll ILK       Til
26.00 j ariisi did remnrkably lino wi
program was varied enough
tion of tin- audience
-.'.-..on
2r,.0'l
ll'lloai-a   ami   Mr.  Strachan
Entertainers gave a
in i  In the Parish
ambulance i
he  was  rusl
went li|i tow
rrtvod
tin- jump
id
~:@l
SPRING
MILLINERY
SUITS
COATS
•i rect in Style
Correct in Quality
N^fl Correct in Price
NO   TWO   ALIKE
'!!;■
II.
nlileiliale
ibulanco
Ucll having died while e
ceased was then taken
son's undertaking parlor
ing deceased's clothing
afterwards
anil, bi ck,
rod o. Ue*
, MncPher-
On scurch-
-lnan liand-
5,00
26.00, i
3G.CH) 1 out, bul il
20.00; numbers we:
16.00 Many pooplt
16.00 have heen li
10.00 been au op;
planae nnd n
In   lhe
Iter pie
off too rapidly,
ludlcnce would
id If there had
given  lot   ap-
V.M.I.A. IIOWMMi SOTKS
kerchief, a purse containing a lew
dollars and some revolver shells were
found, also his glasses.
Dr. MacKinnon testified thai he responded Immediately to the Chief's
phone message. When he arrived Hell
was still breathing. Apparently he
had jusi finished brcakrast. Ho found
a bullet hole on the left side of tho
head and another behind liie right
ear. He ordered the man to be taken
In the hospital.
Qeorgo Morrison, engineer, with
whom the deceased hail been living
for some time, testified thai the last
lime be saw deceased was on Sunday
utght in his room aud he appeared to
in- quite cheerful at that tlmo. Ho
had heen 111 for some tlmo. Ills eye-
siBhl was tailing tost, duo to an op -i--
ntion that had been porformed, the
removal of a tumor from the brain,
He was not worrying over his domestic relations and had not complained about his troubles. He always
talked sensibly. The revolver on o--
lillilt was the deceased's; he had had
11 for a long time.
James Coutts testified that he bad
seen deceased Monday morning al the
Cranbrook hotel a lew minutes before
:!  o'clock  aud  lie  wns  laughing    aud
joking.    He  did   nol   appear to  bo
woi-iyim; anil was quit,) rn'.iol'. ■'
Provincial   Constable   chas.   Kev
GARDEN and
FIELD Seeds
Wli)' lint rut tile lliuli ('"st til' Living: liy mnkini!
lhe miiiliii tin lis lilt J". .Our sceil.i kIiiihI mi Ihelr
oivn nii-rils; Hit') consist of -iirtetleg Hint limn
Iii'on thnniiiirlil} tricil nut nml proved sueeess-
fill, nml well lii!ii]iti'il fur this cllmnto.
FLOWER SEEDS
The bowling league Is now Elowlj scout.    He lias resided in Cranbrook testified thai ho was a neighbor   of I
drawing to a close, with  tlie Mnpli (or about 21 years, hnving moved over decoaeed and thai  lie was   In    his   L
Leafs having practically cinched tin here from Fori sue,..    As secretary (Kerr'sl lioiiBe on Sunday afternoon, jg}
chutnptonslilp. lot the Agricultural Society he made They were smoking and chatting and   __
On  Friday, Min-h  21st.  the  Hlgl Ihal organization a prosperous one. singing while Mrs.  Kerr played the   -
Schools ami'iHspnii-iiTs put sp a ver> His work ai   secrelary of Ihe Retail piano,   They ha,: n rap of 'oa and   -;-
even and exciting contest   The Dls Merchants Association  wis nlw an- Bell wen! away aboul five o'clock  He ||]
paiebers won the flrel  gome   by   a preelatod.   He al o made a very effl* had never shown despondency as far
mar.niii of iiii plus. In the second game cienl so< relarj of the Hoard of Trade ' as witness knew
the Schools came back Btrong   and' In many other ways he made himself As   far   as   witness   the deceased
evened up matters by winning   by u useful to the communltv. had ||)v'l happily with hi    wlfe.Jii
like  margin.    The third  game   »n:      ,.,-     „,tllrned m ,, ■ i led '"ijtneyer heard of any words be-
very even throughout. Inn the High!   ,.,,,.   , ,- „    .' , . i"™1 ,h"'"-
nna-lly pmnnged to nose oiit a win hi '.''  ',;   ~' ' J .'.,". '      .'"' Constable Sowdon tosUfttd that he
It- -i-j "H  "'"!l1 ■" " ■'   ■                           - was across lho Btreet from the city
On Saturday the Dltpatchir. ilay- 'fS irC»i„ tl«   Jl)   - -' hall when-he saw Dr. MacKinnon re*
ad the Offlcora   In   which   the Dls-           -   ,     .       ,   '                   : turning trom-the police station and ho
o-teers 1,,'ile a cl w,   ' nl all I'lW" three or I oi            r,   - nil   ly ffcnt over to see what was the matter.
mr mini' "'"',"■.                              e went In the ambulance to the -hos*
I,,,,, |,,„„is. work,     the  names  oi   is,-  returned ,,;,,,  ,,.,,1, i,..n   i,„, „„ sri-ivni  n,.ii
On Monday the Al Stars and Maple ,,,.„   ,   ,.„    ,.,,,,,      ,,    ,,-..,,      ,r '!'-'' """ "'"■ '"■ "" **n"-   ' ,
I ■„ ,,„  a very cloro flglii   Inn '   'k-', "     ' '!v.;                    '•"*,• ot was breathing Ms last.   0 if   the
,ii,: I..',.'; lino!,.- a.eiUl their   de ;'7'": "T v,' "   "   ' ■    " ,''       Isiers , im. t, bul In - few motn-
foot ot the flrat halt by taking  horai ,:"'.,-'    ,,                               ,'.'., nts the man was dead.   Hcwasthen
three-piilnir.   The stars won the firsi,',,,,'.,,',„-"'    , ,    -"'. brought back and laid out ln tha un-
,-mne liv -n: pins, hut ihe l.eai's   "...n ''""',' ","1'" "" v '              '   '     '"' dortnklng parlors.
the s mil iramr by ovei   100 I'nlnts p In summing up Dr. OrCon said llmi
Tho third gnmo was the most exciting On   Montlaj  evening nexl   Mai    11   the d .«'. hadbi i    uttering from
ol nil.   The Slurs started off In groin a social gathering will be held In i ; 'ulltuE   ye sight, Ihat lie had tounS a
siyle nml held lhe  lead  throughout Preabyi rlan chin        M      Rycki inncl   Irlond Ir lho Morrison? nnd
lhe first  hall bul  the  Leaf-   filial',) .ml Mrs   Mai ■                    .. tl.'lr  contemplated  removal   lo
ennie oni winners lo f.oir pine rngrnn     There i      b» four musical 11     -  -  ' may Imve had b depresjiag
T'bo   oiiisiandini',   feature   nf   tin numbers ai t"n violin solo by the lie-d ericc! uptn him    The an may li.tve
game was n 280 Bcoro made by  A local taleni  we Imve     v special will upon contemplated, but there wr.s very
111.-lies, of the Maplo i.eafs bo pul oi    ■ ;, ii   ill lho young Indie little (•■deneo on ihat point
Crnnbrook  has  lasuod n  ehalleng    of   i1"'   Mlssl land     Rev    it.   M. The Jury retired and brought In Ihe
to Nelaon   tor   a return   lelegraphl l*jn       111 glvi   in   addrosn   on   tho   verdict that ill ascil had come In Ins
game, which In all probability will be "Forward  Movement"    sfier    which doath by a revolver shot, .-i-n-a-n'li-1-
played next Snturday  nl -lit      With tltoro will be n bocIb! time    Ml re ed, while In a fit of despondoncy
iho aid of a few hoi-se'siuies ami aiso-i iiirnti!  soldiers ar,-  speclall)   Invited      The Seceased was al t 34 year-of
eouplo of "riibiili fool" Crnnbrook will to tbls entertalnmenl and social gal i, ago and had been lu the employ nf lho
certainly avonge their dofeal   if   tl Ing, C.P.R, tfir upwards of 12 years, lot*
I'.ltll.    Nelson  lias also  I sued  Crod ,-.„.,   ,,,.-   THINKS '"]y  l"',"n'  llis  "■''''*lsl'1   lv<'r't  lra'k
brook a challenge for a game noxl on I im ns nn engineer.    He wns   n
Wednesday nlghl, In which Ik.ii- clttai m,- an,l «J1k. Kerry Hlnton wish to unlive of Bruce county, Ontario.   He
will plav len men n jtgjjt     ' n,„i,k' iii»ir  many  friends for    thc was a rosldont of Cranbrook for many
atVete^etMc- "WifliidneM antf aympothy Bhown thorn rttrt.   Ho loaves a wlfo, but no fnm-
IYATTH   Mi-HKIHl:    rf3r*»T'-l their hour'arsM bercavomenl and Hy.    Ho was afflicted  with a tumpr
apt •■■ ,rrow, ami ror the manv beautiful "n  lhe brain  thai  *as removed  by
A pretty though tiulol wedilpg took 1]ll(il| |,.||mi,.. Mayo  Brothers, of Rochester, Minn..
plaro oa Tuesday morning lai'.i ai the       •'                     | i,,n nol before his eye-slghl became
residence of Mr. und Mrs, .1   lv Mc affected,    Ho  was rapidly becoming
Hrhle. v.hen llei   It - W. I nnlieii in Till   till'I \   SISTMtS,   IMt stone blind nnd hla friends think
marriage   IMItli   Mary,   their   only itru > ARlll CHI.Hhhc thought that he would hccoi
ilaii''."liiei'   ami    Mr Frank Leonard ' burdon upon his motlier and vvlf
Wans, second sou of Mr, anil Mrs A Double Header lltmrtloil ai the 11 1 greater than ho could bear ami
K.  Waits of Watubiirg,  Hi'.     Mn. .|'i,|, I'lbln) mnl saiiiriliii ho would be doing (lie rlghl thing I
IlKAITIl'V VOI'H    HOME    (IIMU'MIS Willi
KtjOWERS AMI POI.IAt.li IM-.VSTH
V:mr Choice ol Seeds fronr
Moniili'N Ferry's nml Steele Hi'iitt's
JOHN MANNING
McCreery Bros.
CRANBR0DXS OflY C00Q5 AND CL0THIHC  STORES
MAKE THE HOME LOOK BEAUTIFUL
GET BUSY WITH Ti     SPRING CLEANING
PAINTS  VARNISH
ALABASTINE
We llmi' Nmv Gol Our New—
LINOLEUM   VARNISH
Makes Old l.innleiiiii I.nnk Like New.
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE s IJAKER STREET
CANADIAN .„,-.
PACIFIC
.CHANGE IN I
Train Service '
llfiVftivc Au«ii*i( 18, WIS, tl.-Ti- «ill be a general change in train
sirvlro.   Times f»r train-* at t ranbrook «III he:
No. (IS
0.25
l.O.i
8.60
11.20
No, 67
11.30 p-ni.
12.00 Noon
12.15 pni,
3.45 p.m.
Jfo, 825- llally
7.00 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
Lt.
Ar
l.v
Ar
\. Sl!ll
Lv.
Ai.
Nn. 891 H<m  nnd Thnr
9,00 a.m. Lv
t;.flO p.m. *-\r.
Tuos. and Fri
a.OO a.m. Ia
11.00 a.m. Ar
Medicine Hat
Crcinbrcok
Cranbrook
ECootenay Umdlng
("ranbrook
Kimt-flrley
f'rati brook
Athalmer
Atiialmer
Golden
Lv
AI
Lv.
Xo. **2I Dnfl) ex
Ar. 2.20
Lv 11.00
So. "•?*-'. Wi-d. and
Ar. 2-30
Lv 7.I.-0
Tne--. and
Ar 7.00
Lv. 3.00
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
Snu.
p.m.
a.m.
Sat.
p.m.
a.m.
Fri.
p.m.
p.m.
I     FRI
f   SAT!
•mmnssamsJtssmmiiJitsi' msJU.i wtjlsv'temsjliemmerijpi
8S MAR. 28429
Kctlnal nt Vancoiver iilayoil t lio woil      n,,. -.lmrni o( iIicdd clovor clolll
iHiik niarrli im tho bride outerod   tin   -lorJiionton the entire iirodcullon whtcli
drawing room leaning on Hi 'in of
hor fiiiiu'r Tlie bridal pair etood nn
ilcr u inarrlago toll ol *hlte oarnn.-
Huns nml Foliage Biupended In tho
nn-li.    Ml&i Mnn Kolool played vor:
ho ■ boon - ■-. aro.1 v lib on Oriental
iplondor In ki i-vln: with tho brlllloni
story nmi Inu ii-:-!- written in illsphM-
Hi,- ,i,]--iiis ul' tho Sinters, li reads
Hi-.- n chapter from tin- Arabian Nlghte
sweetly n irlolln aolo "Lnvn's amoi-1 nru| u04|B „-i,i, „ nnjali mul » Mnl
tin:" during tho algnlng o( Un- regie*i urajali, mi Indian Palace, mul othor
im-. After the caromony tho wedding 0X(.|tint[ thlngo. Tin- Dollya BWlra,
party repaired tn the dining room ,ianco lidil othorwleo dlBport tliom*
whoro ii liutfi't luncheon wo, Bcrvod. ] h-,,|vi-n ilalntlly In beaiitlful and gilt*
Ml»s Oraoo Wniia. Blator ur tho torlns opporol, .\mi there Ih n love-
groom, acted us bridesmaid und Mr,, .,„„■ 11S fU\\ „r mystifying splendor
A. Raworth supported the groom. The flg n i* refined.
bride iooked charming in u mnuri ; Rosiko and Yancsl Impersonate
travelling suit "f navy velonr with liol; iheniBclveB in ihis flvo*acl succession
to matolj, rose Ooonsjotlo blouse trim- 0( marvels] and naturally nn one
mod with bronse beads nnd bands ul cou|^ improve mi that, Thoy aro sur-
beaver fur. nnd black fox furs. Sim j rolindi il by u capable cast in prod'ic-
uoro a corsage huiiitut uf iiluh rusi'ii t)OI1 nl Qxcitenionl und charm; wdarlng
nnd violets, The brldeBtnald- woro un ,|S complete changes of Vnstunie, tho
ombroidorod golden brown satin mul   isUitlcsl of fonilnlm attlremont.
velvet gown, rose hat nnd- 'rlod li I    -nm ||,.x nianogemeni. reaming tl"'
lioiini'i ur nlnk rn.si.H nml torn, , iluallty uf this acroon classic, eon ski-
A inriio niinibur or beautiful and oro,i j, worthy ni.lv ut tho hrm com*
coatiy prosonts testified to tlie popul. ej|y nvallablo to round mil what shall
arlty ut tho voung couple, who luivo i,.,, recorded us tho most Bntisfvlus
spent mosl of tholr lives In this vlc-
program of lovollneBH umi laiightor
inliy.   Mr. w-ilis Is n member ol thej j,r0sonlod In many, ninny month
Wnllsliiug l.unilii'r I'n. umi Is nlso ii      TUn-fors,    llu-   Special    Ai-lim-l.ii-
war veteran, having bolongod in the paramount  C'omody "The Boll  liny'
fl-'Siii Battalion, which Inn Eosl Knot-1 |,TOViiios i,,,. ilut| ;in minutes with Hi"
nnny Bovernl years ago liutf) nt the Boason.   Spoclal muslnil
M.r, nnd Mr, Watts led on Mm wobt  ncconipnnlinenl liy Hi
liouiii! truln tor n Hhori honeymoon, you  will  linve wltn
If REX Theatre
i:,Uf in-- own ni'1. -..'"'■■• iiu' tragedy,
dona fn tlte upon, whom no BUBpIcton
of Tniil play of any kind nuild bo nt-
tachtfd 'n iii'vltiiily. Hi- WB8 of a clioar*
tnl (lis)ionliloi). On Saturday mnl Sun-
Uny provtoua to tho tragedy Ik* wnn in
li rhri'Mill niOOtl, -inil I'VHl a fflW lllill-
iiit'H bofore lie Bhol himself ho was
laughing and joking iv- though notli-
ini; Mho worry or trouble was ou his
mind. Mc was an ngreonble ('nm*
imnlofi and a good neighbor. Tin*
funeral took plnco yesterday.
IWKKML!!*.
Tba now bull room ot iho Invermere
Hotel was opened on Inst Friday ovou-
iiiK hy tho annual ball gtven by tho;
itiamsioiN fraternity of tho district;
I'orfoci weather, a good floor inul divine music Recounted for all thnt
couUrbo wished for to mnho nr* n
function a success, over ono I' Jrared
and fifty peraono ntionced. coming
from outlying points as fur us forty
miles to the tiurtli. The aunt of one
hundred dollars wns netted throng n
Hiiml! ontranco charge IioIhk mndo.nnd
ilii*; wus Bent by tho honornrv troae-
urer ns » con.trlhutton lo tho M- Dun-
Stan's home for iho blind, in Kngland.
a nutnbor of persons intoreaied in
huslru, and 1 tho foruiation of a Rod nnd (inn olub
d ii program | for the district, usscinblfld this r.flcr^
.nd j,;!, tholr roturii will rostrto   nl   0f r,.f\UM}  KuyHy, splondor ond    u   noon for u preliminary mooting, tholJ^
Wrtttdburg.   Only relntlveH and n tawUosrty laugh. result of which wns the formation «»1.151^'^
Irlrndi wltncnnrd tjio ctramony. ^
 SPECIAL	
The Dolly Sisters
SKATING — DANCING — SWOPIING
Tlirouirl! Mil' lljstcrli's of tho Orlont, in tho iiiiii-l
»f Old Now York
ANU
Fatty Arbuckle
"THE BELL BOY"
Kniniiiiiinit 2-Kool Corned)
Onl) nno IniiL'li — liul II limls .10 minutes.
fV3Eo"ffi20c&35(
(Wo Pit) Tn
as\fin,,Hfimiitysm mt%\
MAT. 15G&25C    f
ll\l S
tytmesAfm it\\mtt»f,tQ
This Drawing is from a
Photograph
fil
M   m
i' S
w
Ami
MWM
| Wis
mm
— That'*
why it
meant to
much
It is from an actual phofograrh nf Anna Case of the
Metropolitan Opera singing in direct comparison
with her own voice on the Ne". Edison.
"But what's remarkable about this?" you ask.
The amazing fact is that no human ear can
distinguish the artist from the instrument; so perfect
is the Re-Creation. This is v*hat we call the "tone
test". And it proves the truth of the Edison
Companv's claims about
%e NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
It proves that tlie instrument does re-create, not
merely imitate. Hundreds of these tone tests have
been conducted. More than .1,000,000 people have
attended them. And not one could say when it was
the artist he heard and when the instrument. With
the lights lowered to hide the singer's lips" the
audience was completely baffled.
Villi isr jure far a driicustrattui if th mervlhul AV«'      ITS
^^        Edtiin or hare ear wit lojlurhmr. Sithlivntitii,!/(lurii, J^
(P Cranbrook Drug & Book Co. Ltd., Cranbrook, B.C. *% PAGE TWO
"T
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
•I'lU'HSIIAY. MAltl'II -7T1I.  I!i|!i
C RAN BROOK   HE RALD
Published Every Thursday by
THK   CltANBROOK   HERALD,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :     ;     :     :     :      Managing Editor
Advertising  Kates  on  n|)plIcutIon.   Changes for AdiertMng MUST be In
this   offleo    Wednesday    noon   theeiirreut   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA    THURSDAY. MARCH 27TH, 1919
THK ST. EUGENE HOSPITAL
One of tho best institutions ln the
city is the St. Eugene hospital. It Is
well conducted and thoroughly equipped. Thousands Ol men and women in
this district, embracing the whole of
lhe Kast Kootenay, Imve blessed the
men who have built It. the sisters who
have soo tenderly nursed them thru
serious sicknesses and lho medical
men who have so skilfully treated
them.
The St. Eugene hospital has grown
from a much smaller institution than
tt Ih today. Us capacity has been
several times enlarged and its equipment kept up to date.
During the last three nr four years
It has had a hard struggle. Lust fall
it was taxod ii* its uttermost capacity
during the epidemic nf Spanish Influenza and its finances suffered severely, it has had to struggle along as
best it could with much less financial
support than il deserves in have.
Now the St. Eugene hospital should
receive a very generous support frnm
the public, its funds need replenishing, Much needed repairs require to
be done; a new laundry outfit must bo
installed and other expenses of an
extraordinary nature must be made,
iu order for it to maintain its efficiency.
To meet these expenses and relieve
those who are responsible for its efficiency trom unnecessary financial
worries, a number of the well wishers
of the hospital have decided to bold a
Or nnd Easter Ball In the Auditorium
on Monday, April 21. Special mush
has heen procured rrom the city of
Spokane, all of whose expenses will
lie met from a special fund contributed by a number of individuals who
are specially Interested in the success
of the hospital, in fad mure money
has lieen raised in this wny than will
he required for the purpose und the
surplus will be turned over to the
hospital fund. In Bccurthg the Silver
Grill Jazz Orchestra from Spokane
there was no Intention whatever or
overlooking the locnl musicians, Every
one knows that Cranbrook possesses
musicians of first class ability, but
the committee who were responsible
for thu music are confident that the
orchestra they have secured will draw
nu attendance at the dunce from outside (owns that will more than pay the
extra expense for Ihe music. Every
dollar that Is raised froiq the sale of
tickets will go tu lhe hospital fund.
No person should hesitate to part
with the $2.00 to purchase a ticket for
tliis dance, as tiie object for which the
money is being raised is a most worthy
one.
Mr. Doubloday has resigned lib-
position us lonelier.
Miss E. McQlbbon and Mi-s G Tib-
bells spent the week end with .Airs. R
Cairo, Sullivan Mine.
We are very pleased to learn   Ihat,
ltexie Bidder is Improving after three
mouths fn  the St.  Eugene  Hospital,
Cranbrook,    complication    following
the flu.
,1. Pisher lias put an extension nu
bis garage.
II. Drew ]mt in a car-load of ice
last week.
E STABLISHED     I 8 75
ERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP, $7,000,000.       RESERVE FUND, $7,000,000
SUCCESS «6
A iiwingn accotim stca'ii**^ ihe ladJ^r of success.    Every branch op thii bank h*s
a javingi department,    Inierejl allowed at current rait
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
FARMERS' INSTITUTE NOTES
Word received on tho 10th stated)
that  the   Dominion   Relief un   May
Shipping had been cancelled, As there;
were then several car lol applications
pending the secretaries of tlie Stock- |
men and nf the Institute wired at once
to Ottawa  layinn  the  local  situation
before   tho   authorities   with   special
Stress on the late heavy snowfall.   As I
a result a wire was litis week received
Btatlng tiiat   lhe  privilege  would be
extended to April 10th for filing ap-1
plications aud lo April 30th to honor '
the same on shipments.
Bonn fide stock owners finding.
themselves in need should at once Ket j
busy and procure blanks from die '.
secretary of the Institute, lt Is always the hint two or three weeks j
decent feeding that send stock out I
ready to grew or hicktiiR that, ready
to die when the first hut sun hits them. •
coannTTKE for returned
SOLDIERS' ENTERTAINMENT
A special committee was recently
appointed to arrange for the entertainment of lho returned soldiers of
Cranbrook und district. The committee decided to entertain the veterans
and tlieir wives on Thursday next.
April 3, in the Methodist school room.
At ...15 dinner will be served, to be
followed by a Imist list. This will be
followed hy un "evening reception" at
8.30 p. m.. when a splendid program
will bo rendered. The whole affair
promises to ho au event of nro.it Interest.   The committee In charge are:
C. 11. Phillips, A. Ashworlh. pro Mont
of the Croat Wur Voler;im    I.   Illc i-
ardson, secretary Oroat War Veterans, C. T. Moir, A. It, Hodgson, W ll
Wilson, w. r. Adlard. 8. Fyles, w.
Shepherd. W. 11. Morton and Mosdatns
Powell, McKowan. Shankland? Phil
lips, Wnsson, Sarvls, Morton. Wilson
and Hodgson.
B. Z. HOWARD,
Mnnagor.
n v^sc-jf ■■^JT'.'V -.-'.*■-• ^■.^.•^r.'-.wr^xviori.-T-s*
ANNUAL MEETING
" .vy"
.EAGUE
■   CITY HALL
Thurs, Apl. 3rd 8 p.m.
IMPORTANT BUSINESS
A Larjj'.. Allcndance of Members  Requested
Unsightly pimples and
blemishes on the face are
sure signs that the skin and
Wood need the purifying
and strengths; :r: g action of
EEECMMS
FILLS.
UrgeitSafo of eny Medicine :r» lbr World.
Sold everywhere.   In boiei, 25c.
S! FURS!
KNJOYAMI.K WHIST PAKTY
AT   KIMIWItm
I.AHOK  MKN <OM>KM\
11 O I. s II 1
VI K I
A joint meeting of tho varton-t Uti-
lons of railway employees was held
in Maple Hall last Humliiy -i-venlng
to discuss mutters of Interest to all
members. Thin wns a new* departure
but proved it grout success and ii was
arranged to hold similar meetins's
onee a month in future. Our railway
boys proved Ihat thoy insist on fait
treatment for the laboring class and
at the some time stand for a true
democracy as is shown ny tiie following resolution passed against the
Uolsheviki agitators at Calgnry:
"Resolved—That we go on record
as deploring and repudiating any connection whatever with tlie labor move
ment known as the 'One Rig Union'
labor party recently formed in Calgary.
That we condemn tne actions of
Radical Labor Leaders who have advised labor to break away from all
International Oragnlzatfons, sowing
discord, extreme and vicious methods,
urging and adopting by vote the calling of a general strike June 1st next.
"That we resent the sentiment and
sympathy passed In the said Convention with the Russian Bolshevik!, Soviet Government and spartacans or
Germany also words and actions of
1. W. W. propaganda.
"Further resolved that copy of this
resolution be circulated to the press
urging other labor organizations to
demand a refutation or the resolutions
expressed by said convention toward
alien, anarchist and revlutlonarv governments, falling which the leaders
of Ihe 'One Hlg Union' labor parly be
deprived of their rights as being unpatriotic citizens
MrH. II. MacLeod entertained at
whist oa Wednesday evening in honor
nf Mr. MacLeod's birthday. The invited guests being Mr and Mrs, J. P,
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. ('. Conover. Mr.
and Mrs. P. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs.
('. Poote, Mr and Mrs. J, (' Walling
aud Mr. aud Mrs. O. Ilerlut. Mrs.
Poote won tlie ladies prize iind Mrs.
Herlol  tlu- boobie prize.
Wc are sorry to hear thai Mr. Win.
Didder is confined to Ills bed.
Mr. P. Ilandly is re-modeling his
Kimberley property, making a hall
1 aud movie house.
]     Mr. Wm. Lindsay was n Cranbrook
I visitor Sunday.
i     Mrs.  E  Louis  returned  from   Spokane Monday.
T. Summers fs making n dance hall
over his store.
Mrs. Wells visited Cranbrook the!
week end.
Mrs. Senton left for Rossland Sat-
tu*da>\
Sliss Glaydaa Brown bus resigned
her position as stenographer lor the
Consolidated Company. "I'.isleu ior
Wedding Bells."
Mrs. Conovor end children are recovering from severe colds*.
Misses   N,   liandly  and   !■:.   Mellor
were Kimberley vlsllors the wook end
Mr. H. Bennett and A.  Handly   of
Marysvllle spent Sunday the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Conover.
Mrs. Bell ro arneil from Crauhrook
Wednesday.
Dan MacIOacher-an. who has hern
very ill with memnattsm, is able to
be ont again.
C. Morrison has his store now ready
lo receive cusLjni^rs
'Getting By
Your Hoodoo'
1- the title 01' a  very  popular
led an- by  Mr.
Samuel w. Grathweli
a   pleasing,   enthusiastic   and
magnetic speaker who nil I
appear iu Hie
Presbyterian Ch,
WED. Apl. 9th at 8 p. m.
under the auspices of (he
KUSKANOOK  Chapter I.O.IU..
Don't miss If. as it will ho u
Hare Treat
Tickets       50c
Ship To Us DIRECT
THE TOP MARKET PRICE PAID AND EQUITABLE GRADING MADE
NO DELAYS AT ANY POINT
We are registered with and recognized by tho United States War
Trade Board and all ol the Collectors of Customs under Licence P. H.
P. 30, aud you can send your furs to us direct by our tag or any tag-,
changed to suit, if marked "Furs of Canadian Origin" and your furs
will come right through.
FAIR GRADING
Tho rules and ethics of lite exchange do not permit of sending
out alluring price-list:;, yet wo give you an oxacl nnd expert grading
and pay you at n rate of five tn twenty-five cents more on the dollar
than tlie average advertising fur company as wo cut out all middleman's profit in dealing direct with yon.
ST. LOUISFnr Exchange
.Hi St CHEST-NUT,   ST. I.IM'IS, MO., U.8.A.
Wash Away
Skin Sores
D.D.O., the liquid wash, hus become n
household word. It has iirovc.l itself n
i-i-iiini-kiilili- remedy, It j-on art! ti eut-
lorer from skin diseases, Including ulcers, pimples, scales, crusts or Eczema
In any form, this remedy will nol disappoint yon. lt has stood tlie lest and
today is the master preparation fur all
skin diseases. Try D.D.I), today. We
guarantee it.— Cranhroolt Drug and
Hook Co., Cranbrook, n. c.
D. D. D.
r
Trustworthy
Kor 39 years Ivory Soap, has given complete satiifac-
tion. It has cleansed thoroughly everything that
soap will cleanse, and withou. injury to the tender-
est skin or most delicate fabric.
lvorj- has given Ions continued satisfaction because
it is made of the choicest and purest materials.
Because it contains no free alkali or unsaponihed oil.
Because its original quality always has been maintained. Ivory Soap rinses as easily today as ever;
lathers as copiously j floats as well; lasts as long. It
is the same trustworthy white cake it was in 1879.
Buy it with confidence.
IVORY SOAP pi 99ft* PURE
Umi* in tht Plotter k Gamble factoiitt at Hamilton,
Mr. Farmer!
Before Buying Elsewhere Inspect Our
NO. 597 JAP HARNESS-brass trimmed hames
BRIDLES—Heavy %-lncli Cheeks and ('onraril lllinils, wiih cluster "1 llrass S|iol« nn
nil minds; winker How, ninit Style; Fronts 1-lnc.i I). .«• K. with 1" llrass
Sprits, Face Piece wllh llrass Ornnmenl; 7-lli. Hits: 2-lneh Hrnis Rosottas,
LINES- l-lneh, I. Ducklo, Leather, hill length with Snaps.
THACES—Extra Heavy, Hi-lm-li. 3-ply lull length with Safe nt Hnme End and 9-llnk
iicei Chains   lH-inch D. ,. s. li. ii. Billet,
NAMES—No. s»r,2 Dreadnought anti-rust, Cold llnllcd Steel, llrass Trimmed.
ll.Ult: STUM'S   1 Inch, .lap. rlvetted, full length.
POLE STRAPS—1%-Ineh, Heavy Slnr-le Slock, with Knaps and Slides.
MARTINGAf   '   -1%-inoh, Heavy Single Stock, Sewn, with Dee In Loop.
ltKI.I.Y HAM.,-     IK-ineli, Folded Willi Layer.
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life-Inch re-tnforced unlets; Dress Spotted Lola Strap Loops.
RREECIUNG—Seat 2-inch fold with lU-ineli Layer and %-inch Loadup with Dox Loops
end Sates; Hack and Hip simps G-lnch siyle, "J-ineli nip strap with No.
397 Trace Carrier outside, Hump Layers Spoiled; Hide Slrf*Hs, 1-Inch, lull
team length, Sown Loops wllh Snaps, Trace curried. 1-lnch, rlvetted style.
PRICE--$70.00
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
.lenders .V Opticians
Ne»t I" Hie   i'l-sl-.ifflee.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets lu the
ParlBh Hall
first Tuesday
nfternuon of
every month
nt 'A pm.
Mrs. D.
Campbell, hox
Sue
r.57
Secy, Mrs. J. \v. Burton, I'. O. DoxC21.
All ladles cordially invited.
l.AIUI.AW k DBWOIiF
Civil and Mining Engineers
11. ('. Land Surveyors
CIlANllllOOK, B. C.
Urs. Grooii k MacKinnon
Physicians mnl Snrgeuns
Onici   ni  res c'o, Armstrong
OFFICK  IIOUIUJ
Forenoons   nun m iti.no
Alton i   "mi |,, .)no
Bvonlugs 7.:in lo s.*a
S lays       2,80 i„ ,(;;n
CIlANllllOOK, ll C
Jameson's
HAKIM.    l'lHVIH.U
Foatlior Ught
JAMESON'S
JAVA AMI   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
Tlie units   art)   the   Con-
iioiscurs.
ED310NDS0N,S DANCE OltCHESTHA
Now Open for Engagements.    One le
I'tuir Pieces
The Music Willi the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
M1IS. EDOT0NDS0N
nr plume 2211 Crnnbrook, 11, C.
I. O.O. F,
iii:v CITV i.oim.i:, No. 48
Meeta   every
Monday night
nt fraternity
Hall.     Bojourulng   Oddtollowl
cordially Invited.
13. II. McPhee        \V, 1). Cllroy
Secy. N. Q.
1)11. F. 11. MILES
DEMIST
Offleo in Hanson Block
oi-Tiri: hours
11  In  12. n.in.
1  In    G  p.m.
CrtANBROOK, B.C
tilAMIIIOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Hnme
Licensed hy Provincial tlovt.
Malernilj nml (,'cncral Nursing
Massage and Host Cure, Highest
Iteferenccs, terms moderate.
Apply .Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 2,,'J l'. 0. Box 845
Address. Garden Ave. Cranbrook
teeemelUkftt me1fl*smtemes/\§tt^Smesyttsesm)wjs}l**YlSmsttt^^ iif\s\m «<*ft<CT
PRICES MARKED
In every Coeuf tl'Alouo bedroom is u framed card on
whicli is printed the rates of
tin,  room.    In other words
tho    Coour d'Alene   Holol
marks  tholr  selling prices
in plain figures.   The patron knows what Ills hill will
be: lie knows tlinl ho Is nol
being overcharged   through
a misunderstand—Ills or tlie
clerk's—lie knows Hint  lie
is paying just what  every
other occupant of thnt room
pays—  no  mure,   no  tees,
That's  Btandnrd   American
practice in first class retail
stores; so.no day it will no
doubt lie standard practlco
in thc best hotels.
That framed card is a small
detail,   but   It   illustrates    the
Coour  d'Alene   way    of    doing
things.    It's one ol'  the many
concrete   applications   of     the
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room  he occupies,
coeur'd'alene
THE  j'tOTBl. WITH  A
PEHSONAMTV
Spoltane, Washington
THE  HOME  ilAKl-.HY
lleiit. Frame, Prop.
"iv.li llrcilll, takes, Pics
nml L'nslry
I'tioue 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp Clly Hall
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
_ Cranlirank. 11..I'.
Meets every Tuesday at S p m In
the Fraternity Hall
C. ti. Borgatrom, f.f.
C, H. Collins, K. 11. & s.
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
('HAS. S.  I'tHKElt
Forwarding and  Uletrlbuting
Agent for
Irllibrldge and Cn-euhlll Coal
Imperial oil Co.
Dlotrbntlou Cars a Specialty.
Drnjliiii mnl Trimsforrlng
Given prompt attention
Phono 03
I'll-.' Shoe Specialist
JOE "lAHAlSOIH
Satisfaction Guaranteed
headquarters lor all kinds of
Kv;islrs
Ra.w Furs
Wa^rvted
Cranbrook Saddlery Co,, Ltd
Q*frsiii*^iin.Jt   ■■■^■■«W>>"-««^''-»'\Wft'*--*»A>-y-"<V^-»..<VW»i
Tr-Appers ,Fixrri)ers,
It does not cost you anything to
Get Our €ix*l? Offer
on your furs. Express them tons
WB'Mi I'AI AU CHAKGKH
over $fi.on valuation. Wo make
you our offer
AMI IIOI.lt VOI It ii its
for your reply, returning tlimil
at our i:xi'i:nsk
If not purchased,   Try us
In ll ii •• in i v. Since isss
Send for l'rlco List.
Special price for Dark Martin
Mackay &Dippie
-'18  8|b Avenue, Calgary, Alia
1?. M
>lA('Plli:ifMO\
DiulorfnU'
r
Phone *'->•)
Norbury
Ate, noxl le
City Unit
-liiiiliinu !,'i-luiininl
Meals al til Hours
Cigars, Clgarelles and Cundr
CRANBHOOK 8TOEI.T.
Opposite the Bunk of Commerce
If von
Willi 1
nut inflict ion
will
vour
wilshlno
HCIIll il to
MOV
•\\\
IAIMIIIY
Himciit
nrlcoa for family
1	
WO
k
GET THAT 01,11 HOUSE
FIXED UP Ill-l'Olli: IT FALLS
DOWN OB GIVE IS A CON*
TKACT TO llt'11,11 YOU A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Plione ill or 3*11     P.O. Ilux Slllt
WANTED
SI.VI.IIAI. LtirmI TRACTS
OF CHEAP l.AMI
Write, giving roll partlo-
nlai'a to
F.A.RUSSELL
CRANBROOK,    B. C.
DR.DeVAN'SfKJ.NCRfi
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MiiH.  rga
Vitnltty;for  Nerve nml llmln; IllcnMUA'*groy
iiuitlcr":(i'fnnli- -will I'.iilii vim up, lin boi <r
two for |5,at »lri« Mnren, nr \>j mall ou rei-Rlirt
•fprlci- Thi HcoariL Uhco Cu.. bt. UtbulHK,
Ontario. T11C11S1.AV, MARCH 87TH. 11119
THE      CRANBHOOK      HERALD
PAGE THRICE
mmm»m*»m'ff*iai»»mm,ts
Pearls in
Vogue
One nf the moat favored
of ladies' neck ornament.*.- is- a- string- of
pearls.
Pearls represent the
most, beautiful in jewelry. They harmonise with
every color nnd add
warmth and tone to any
complection.
OwIiir to the keen demand for pearl strings
we have provided a liir-u,
assortment of tho host
llu" market affords.
No prettier gitt-no nicer
inircbasc for one's sell'
ihaii a   Btlrng   of these
fine pearls.
W.H. WILSON
Jeweler
J^tfocal and Personal
Insure with Heale & Ehvell,
L  ll.  Hunter, of  Pincher Creek,
was in town on business this week
I    Kllby frames pictures,   Plione 9.
|    Remember the Trading Co. mr ■,■!-
pies, Jonathan and Wagner.-i,
Mrs.  W,   Q.   Hayward   will   receive
, the t'irsi Wednesday ol each month,
c.   n.   McNabb,  manager of    the
Mr. it. C Duthie, V. S.. ot Piueher
Creek, is taking his provincial •.'x.un*
.nation in ("ranbrook to enable lilm
to practice in B. ('.. to -av- him from
i going to the coast to qualify. It.
j Rutledge lias iiim in tow.
.\   very   enterlaiatng   lecture   by   v.
1 magnetic speaker. Samuel W. Grath-
j well, will be given in the Presbyterian
| church on Wednesday evening1- April
Fagged Out Women
Vinol is What You Need
If all the tired, overworked, run-down women in
this community could realize how our delicious
Vinol, which contains Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates and Glycerophosphates supplies the vital elements necessary
to enrich the blood and create working strength,
we wouldn't be able to supply the demand.
1 1 laker Lumber Co. at  Waldo, was in : Pt
1 town this week. Hi
1 im- display nf Italic)'   China   ami
1 Dinner ware now on .-ale at Motfatt'i
Variety Store.
.! s  &   Doris  have   received  tin
at S (
under the ausptc
of
contracl tu
the  l-Mtsuh
Tor  Han
, their pr
limp!.*
l!1
0. I). E.
Noil mi Sale, complete line Ccl-
ebrated Gendran Baby Carriage)*, Sul-
kys. Artillery Car*-. Tricycles, Boys'
Automobiles, Speeders, Dump Carta
ami Wheel Barrows at Barae prices
ns  last  year, ai    Moffatt's    Varictj .
Stu
Dukedom, Tenn. t
"I live on a farm and keep house
for six in my family. 1 j^ot into a
nervous, run-down condition so it
seemed as though I would die. A
friend advised me to try Vinol. I
have been greatly improvd by its
use and nm better and stronger in
every way."—Mrs. H. II Goodwin.
ftll run-down, nerve, in, aiiBi.in.ic
Navy
•ll III
Do
I'll'
NEST EGGS
OPAL        5c each
Napthalated 10c ,.
I KII.IS  VK1IMINI
Fountains too $1.00
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mil! Supplies
Cranbrook,    -     H. C.
Tn    annual  meeting of
Leftgno will be held in  tiio Hi*,   iiail
un    Thursday   evening    next    a:    *•
o'clock,     .Mr. Halli re   Informs us
thai  the grant   from   'ht* pro vim lul
branch    of   the league    toward-  im
boys' club lias been  promised,    Thii
and other important matins  will   bt* .
considered   at    the   meeting,   there:
should therefore be a  large .   i nd-
Burd«tt, N. Y.
"I keep house for my family of
three, and raise chickens. 1 had a
nervous breakdnwn, so I was unable
io work. The doctor did not seem to
help me, and a cousin askptl me to
try Vinol. lt built me up—I now
have a good appetite and am well and
strong."—Mrs. Loyal Palmer,
llllon*. weak women, over worked men.
■ili-i   hi
"Kureka" Vacuum cleaner and have
It  bandy for i lie Bummers dual ami
dirt    \si. us for ;i demonstration. ■
K 'iv Cooper, oi ihe Kootenay Gor-
ago says Hint   there  is no end   in  repair   wink.     Thoy   are   bnsv   all    Hie
time. anco.
Wi  torn, $4.26 owl.; hulled  .a, ,     SflVa Umo iim| labor by
$-l.B0cwl ;  Ur. Husk's clilcjc food Jimt Bicycle.    We   have  'hem,
In. Crauhrook Trading Co. high   grade   Masaey  and   Red   Bird
Bon Coston, special representative wheels; Hoys' Velocipedes ant! high
ol' the Vancouver Sun. is in town in grado Holler Bearing Coaster Wiethe interests of his paper, gons. -Patmore Bros,
Ver) Uteri for Spring ami Summer j ''-"more Bros.
iu Men's and Hoys' Caps, now on ills- j    The   Women's   Institute   will    hold
play   ironi ?1.26   io   $1.75  each.   At ' their  regular  monthly    meeting    at i
Moffalt'a  Variety Store. the Parish Hall on Tuesday, April  I,
Mr. aud Airs. Joseph Bfaillt lel't on I rtt_ 3..^m-   Ah's- Chester Staples,    of|
Wednesday for Californ
weeks' businei
time of the ye:
Brnn and shorts
come, first served. ■
Ing Co.
fcelilo fild people mid ilelli'Bte vlilldirii. lliwre la un remedy like Viuul-
ttlOl Creates Strength
Cranbrooli Drug and Book Company, Druggists,
iilirmi
KOR I'AINTIMI AMI
I'APFiRHJLNOING, ETC
—Phone—
JOHN GARD
i'iiom: mi. inn,
CIIAMIItllOK
II. f.
twni Wyc.*--*!< will bo present to Bpoak un
trip    This is u linr    ll1"'1 Conser/ation."   Vocal numbers
to soe California      '  "'ill be given by .Mrs. .1. Mllroy. VIs-
' ,      - Itors wilt be cordially welcomed.
'nil-'    wlmt tlln>' '">'  "'   -1'''-  "ratliwoll,
\ who   appears   In   tiio   Presbyterian
„ , „ ,, _        J Church on Wednesday evening, April
Fancy and Ball-room Dane- nth, under the auspices ot Kuskanook
ing   taught,    For   particulars   Chapten  I.O.D.B.:— "The audience
phone 40-1 or 1)0-* 42S.— Mrs.  ■'•*■••-• appreciated Mr. Ornthwell's ud*
Von nr-inm 46-tf' llre"s'    Anl   u"all'°  '"  s '-v   "orila
I \an braam. io "telling ot the hit ho made.   Quito   a
.Mrs. Oeo. rlQgarth returnod nn number, and among others the pastor,
Tuesday from Rochester, Minn., where said his talk alone was worth the
sho went through an operation very price of season's ticket. Wo expect
successfully In the Mayo Hospital.       l" hear  wonderful  things  from  Mr.
We arc headquarters tor Tlgh tirade j OmUiwell Inter on In the future.f
Bicycles anil Accessories; Hoys' Cons- j e-=
ter  Waggons and Velocipedes.—Patmore Urns.
.1. .1. (Irmly nf Wyndell, rancher awl
authority on the grent reclamation
scheme of the Kootenay Valley, wns
a visitor in town this week.
Miss McLeod'e Spring Millinery
Opening will tuke place next Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday, April 3, 4
and ■-■   Tailored lints are now on sale ..
Tho L. A. "f the H. VI. V. \- w i 11
hold a meeting on WeuVtday even-
■JflCtijOtltSt
Cijurrl)
Hex. 1(. \V. Lee, pilstor
ftunbap -j-ttiirrii 30
LIQUIDS and PASTES
FOR BLACK,WHITE,TAN AND OX-BLOOD (DARK BROWN) SHOES
THE F.FDALLEY CpnpORANOuS LIMITED, HAMiLTon.CAfjADA
hip next ai s o'clock in tile
pit
-Morning Service.
Subject; Great deeds by bumble folkB.
l-' noon—Sunday Sehooi.
7...U p.m.—Evening Worship.
hay   $42.00 a ion.   Cran-   Subject: My best argument for immortality
\ Welcome for all.
MONUMENTS
Kootenay (JnniHe & Hon-
iininitnl Co., I.Id.
General Sfono Contractors ami
Monumental Works
1'ront St.. Nelson   l\ O. box 86S
BLOOD FOISONIN
Nwnlin s tf*zard Oil a Safe First Anl Treatment
How ottcn lockjaw and olood
poisoning result from the neglect
o* a slight scratch or little cut! Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe and effective tirv aid treatment, It is a now-
crinl antiseptic and should be ;.,.- , „,,
plied -in  lely to wounds ol this
kind to  '■'-'   "   :.- . it ,.! infection,
I* i. soothing ami healing and
qmcklv drives out pain and inllam* ,,   .   ,
-nation n : -■ - ol sprains, bruises, Newest I ri-aiiini*. Ill Lndles lulu
ut hums hitcs and stings [ust as Caps and Children's and Boys Hats
--■i-.iM. too t n still neck, sore feet, from Boultor Waugh fnctorios, nt
-old snrcs canlter sores earache and     Mofi'aii's Variety Store.
Tlmotlt
brooh Trading Co.
For Sain, cheap—Miniature Hil-
liaril tabic, cues and i«iiil balls,complete, n ft. 3 In. by a ft. 4 In.   si.n cash
Apply. Mss. 1'ownall.
i::-,M Bull Itlvor. B.C
Primary antl Kindergarten
school: Principal, Jliss ltinn-
say. Burwell avenue. For par
tlculars plione 357. -in
.Inst ,'rrlved—cnmplelc line of.
Bnamelware in Davidson's well-knowi
nine Mottled and Whlteware, nl
Moffatl's Variety Store.
We nl'o pleased to ante Hint ex-
chlef Hersey has secured a positioi
with   tlir   C.l'.H.   nt   VOUCOUVI r.      11-
left for the coast yesterda; to reporl
for duty.
Wanted—Ranch   team, hboul   2801
lod true. i>,M-i'ei tl\
quiel mid quick walkers,   state ful
i nrti, ulars, :Drawer I.. I!
Cranbrook,  Hi'
it Otfli -'
l:t-ll
to
ruggist! for Ml rents.
return Ihe bottle ntnl
■ lia.'k
uted   or   have   sick
Wi
r,l
ns large Interests In Icitchenor has
eon on n tmir ol Inspection ot his
ropertles. He made the Cranbrook
otel his headquarters while in   the
nit I'lllc pink pills, .10
nln-,1
ills
ot
Fifty si'i'tnid hanil sewing maeblnes
-   In coed innnini: order, ninsl of them
drop  lieads,  for  sale cheap a'  the
siiiRer store, phone 157. 2-mly
Ktntimlcn inaile lu IM.. all kind*
of Writlni: Tablet - rrom 10c to BOc
each and envelopes to match. Be pat*
rlotic, buy home products, al Moffais
Variety Store.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
i:!8 -Mrs. Van Braam, 2:17 Burwell Avenue. 4G-tf.
11. strni'lniii. inspector of mines, is
mi nn official visit tn tills dlstrlcl ami
is registered at the Cranbrook in>t,t,
it,- weni up in Klmberley on Wednesday to Inspect the great Sullivan
mine nml other mini's in that district.
Bicycle sens,in le hero again. Our
stock ol 1 li.-:. Grade "Masaoy" and
Hod Bird Bicycle - in nm, are
beginning to move. Also a hi.a jrado
line ot Velocipedes aud Conslor Waggons,   Patmore Bros,
The following offloers wei lected
nt the annual meeting nf the II -il of
Trade which was hold in Hie city imll
last l-'rlilnj evening: Prosldent, Q, J.
spreull. vico-praeldent, W, II Wilson,
executive ll. I-: Beattie, .1. P, Pink,
K. II. McPhee, W.D. niln.v. it. ftHow-
ard, c. W. Hallamore. P. M. MacPherson nml A. a. MacKinnon.
singer Sewing machines for family
jltse, took all the first prizes at tho
  ' San Francosco Fair Jiidi-eil by exports.
Notice   is   hereby  given   that  the   Tll"-V mU8t u<' "," l,psl niaehine; for
TWO
DANDY    PROPERTIES
FOR SALE. Snap
111 1-8 acres Irrigated I,nml
.! acres cleared, remainder
cut over, logslilnglaliou.se
ill x 'ill not linetl Inside,
make ii muni room*' and
belli room, one mile from
post office* schools.
Terms in sail  purchaser.
PRICE     $1500.00
Also I'llAMi: HOUSE, U
rooms, about l acres land,
partlj cleared, close lo
Sniilli IViird School, one
mile from post office.
Terms In suit purchaser.
Price JS00.00
Apply—
H. COLEMAN
.lust lie;,uni Power llnnse
the Figures 1
Noliee how the cost—and the
cash value—of the stamp advances each month until, on the
1st day of January, 1924, the
Dominion of Canada is pledged
to pay $5.00 for each W-S.S.
M 3IZE OP-
-VjMHi^'
NIK  I OIII'IMItl'HIN  OT TIIK CITV
OT CHAMIIIOOK
first sitting nf the Court ol Rovlsldii
sale  al.  the   Singer  store  for  five
for tlie in.ri.0BQ of Hearing any or all I *»"«■ ('HHh nml $:!-00 nionl,,l>-   Wfl !
compffllnts agttdlst tho aasoaemont for  w111 tlllt0 >'0,ir olli ninrhi,,« «» P«rt !
tho year 191!) as made by tiio Assch-
sor of tlie Corporation of tho City of
Cranhrook, 11. ('., will ho held in tlie
Council Chamber al tho Olty Mall.
Cranbrook, 0, C„ oil Monday, March
the 24tll liltfl at 10..10 o'clock in the
forenoon, City Time.
All npiiealK Htating grounds of appeals must ho made in writing to the
Assessor at leant 10 days previous to
the first sitttafc of the Court,
Dated at Cranbrook, n. C, this loth
duy of February, A. 1). 1019.        ,
T. M. HOHKUTS,
8-4t Ais«BHor.
payment,   Plione 15
I-mly ■
'D' CORNISH EGGS
*2.IH»pcrsetllnu'
(OliMSII-llltl'IMiTIIX
CROSSES
The very liesl table fowl
EggS $1.50
Now booking orders for
YORKSHIRE PUIS
A. D.   SMITH
Craalirnuk
CHEVROLET '490s
$1075.00
BABY GRAND SPECIAL     •     ■     $1685.00
Dodge Bros. Cars   -   $1835.00
I"RICES   I.(1.11.   I'RAMIROOh
The KOOTENAY Garage
AGENTS
PHONE   147
Si
SI
t5&     t
hwm' 11 '. ■-■-
W4I
>;
Wt G. & R.   BRAND
SHIRTS & COLLARS
FOR MEN
There Are No BETTER
Shirts or Collars Made
In the big Cities, where a large store
handles two or three lines, W.Q.&R.
always take the lead.
WE ARE SHOWING ;AN EXCELLENT
KANOE OF BOTH SHIRTS & COLLARS
We INVITE INSPECTION |
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
oi Canada Limited
Offiees. Smelling and Refining Department
TRAIL. BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI     REFINERS
I'lircha-er*. oi' l.nlil. Silver, Clipper and Lead (Ire*
I'rcpilneer*. oi l.nld. Sliver, Cupper, Milestone. I'ig Lead aad
Spelter "TADASAC" Hrand.
RKUEYS
^^1     All      ^^^
three brands
sealed in air-tieht
packages.   Easy to find—
it is on sale
everywhere.
Look (or. ask for.
be  sure  to Ut
WRIGLEYS
The
Greatest Name
in Goodv'Land
SEALED TICHT
r—WRIGLEY&.
DOUBLEMINT
KEPT RIGHT
.'"."TmA VVMIf. I   I   *•     s   * — ..
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TIIE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
lillil   Hii! II.IIIVK  'AVOKIIilllj,
FORD
THE
UNIVERSAL
CAR
Til Dili: are inure than 8,0(10.(100 Pord ears in daily operation in
Amorlca anil Canada. This is » little bettor than hull' of all (lie
motor ears In use in the country. There Is a very potent and
profitable reason why j'ou should buy Kurd ears for your liunluess
nnd for your personal use. It Is a demonstrated fuel Ihat Pord cars
have, ia every line of human desire so fur as motor ears nre concerned,
best satisfied their owners with the service given. They must be safe:
(hey must be comfortable; they must be always reliable: thoy musi lie
convenient nnd the must be e lomicnl, or (hey wouldn't he so tremendously popular with nil classes of people. The hig Cord Factory has not
yet reached normal production, but the war is over, und II is getting; back
as fast as possible. We are gelling a few cars in right along, and we will
do the best possible to give you early delivery.
Touring Car--$690
F.O.B. Ford Out.
Leave your order with us und be assured of two things: First- lhe
earliest possible delivery; second, an after service that has Ihe strongest
recommendation k indoxeiiient of the Ford Motor Company as being
reliable, satisfactory aud economical service.
McLa
Canada's Standard Car
POWER, BEAUTY, SPEED AND COMFORT
The Car of Distinction
NOW'S YOUR CHANCE
TO (JKT DELIVERY OF THAI CAR OF VOUIIS TOMORROW—
DON'T HAITI
IF VOC DO VOI' ARE VERY LIKELY NOT TO 111'. ABLE TO
GET Till:  UFA!, (All OF   VOI 1!   CHOICE   WHO   YOI
WANT IT.
WHY WAIT A\ll HE HORRYl Gel every ounce of joj out of these
first warm days by USING YOUR CAR NOW. That's good reasoning.
Don'l forgel the two low-in-iced light six's which are hull! of III (J II-
CLASS units—don'l buy too hastily. Find out what's I\ lhe car you
lire looking over—don't guess—KNOW—then lll'Y!
Let us show you one ot the above Models, no trouble but a real pleasure you
Are Affording Us.
Dominion, GOOdyear and DunlOp TireS and Tubes.     Full Line of Accessories, Oils and Greases.
Expert
Repairing
The HA
Cranbrook
B.C.
Sr^eeVeil^MSliTjm
WANT ADS.
$10.(10  liKW.Utll
TIIK STAB SECOND HANI)  STOKE
Msl   oi   HurgaluH  thin   Week.
Dining Room Suite, one of the best
in town, condition as new. great bar
train $U»0.00.
Two mahogany rockers, good us
new, $L'l each.
Mahogany Ladles Desk. $22,
I'luno. Nordhelmer, $286, worth
double.
i'luno, Classic, condition ua new,
sacrifice, $2D6.
IP YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
Phone 9; it you-want lo buy anything
Phone 9
Yorkshire Hour for service—Apply
Box 611, City. 10-<;t-
FOR SALE—2 Brunswirk Dalkc
Pool Tables, good condition, cheap,
also barber chair. 138 Hanson Av. 7-8t
For information as to the person who
shot a male pheasant near Watt Avenue on Wednesday, March 251 li.
E. T. COOPER
riti:sum:itiAN nintrii
Sunday morning, 11 o,cldck—Subject! "Pigeon Holes."
Sunday evening. 7.30—Subject:"Tho
Christian Lire."
Rev. H, M. Lyon will preach al both
services,
FOR SALE—For Cash or tonus,
small residence on Baker hill. Apply
Herald Office. 7-4t
WANTED--Man or hoy to help Oil I
farm and milk five cows, apply box
15,  Herald.
BAPTIST nil IN II
Hiv. John I'. Sinclair, I'm-dor
' Church    Cullendnr
Friday, 28th March, 7 p, m.—Young I
People's  Hand;   "Illustrated  Talk."
Sunday, March 30
11 a. m.—"Family Service," parents
and children unged to turn out. Subject: "A Study in Colors."
12 noon—Church School and Bible
Class.
".30 p.m.—Evening Service: subject. "Does Ood know all that goes on
in Cranbrook?"
Thursday. 3rd April, 8 p, m.—Fellowship mooting.
' FARM FOR RENT \
The undersigned \ti!l renl lii-> fnrin of 8211 ncres,
iihiiiit 10 acres under cultivation, one mile from Ciiau-
lirimk. Onoil house, Imrn nm! oilier fnnli buildings;
livo uiiimI wells, spring running oil sninmer, Irrltrntlnp,
ilileli crossing the property.
r'nrllier particulars will lie furiilslicd mi iipplicntion.
STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE
Will also sell all Hie slock nml implements: ni'tlnng
the slock is III head of cattle.
D
I
J. BRAULT
CRANBROOK
I.KTTKII Til TIIK KPITOII
Make $10 Every Day
sell in tj
Hu\
ilelgti
i Product*,
with
rU'
Iii country,
Veil
good terrltorlcw
IDW
(Mien
llv
■ an.
ooriiinitlon
mr.
•on-'
ces.—fl
. t
HAH
.KIWI In.
Kill.
lli>|it. 0
. Vt
Jniii|ir
it. Mint.
-
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
I'HOM,
Hsll   or   101
FOR SALE
YOl.w*. voithsmitt: B«AB
YOUNG Bt.BKSHIBr.  IIO AII
Ap|ilj-
J. R.  WALKLEY
CRANBROOK, II. 0.
P, O. Rox 415.
Cranhrook, B.C.. March id, hi in
Editor Cranbrooh Herald:
Dear sir—win you grant nm space
Iii your valued paper in make answer
to an article which i believe referred
to inc.
I have always beon a boltovoo in jiu-
llcr and equality and my services m
.' Mldtor accontuatod this bollef.
Seine lime a-fjo 1 wus at lho tlepol
when ihe band and oilier patriotic ci:i-
rens met tho train bearing soveral ie-
tllined men. As these me-i lef* the
train tho first, a private was allowed
»■> pass without apparent recognition.
Tli-   following   tWO,   one   nr   iIicm   nil
officer, wns received w.tii appropriate
applause and music. My attention lo
t'M-i was particularly attracted because
of whni I heard two ladles remar't of
the occurrence, to wll; Thnt is seemed
tho appearance of the officer exalted
recognition when tho prlvat-3 did not
and I characteristically remarked,
perhaps with mure force than wisdom.
I believe that each man was necessary in his place and after nil have
done their part each is entitled to e-
ciual honor al all times but there was
no Intenl of discourtesy toward members of the band nor to nny individual
.lithium!! some members of tin- hand
or other person might have taken it
RS not Intended.
In the matter of my affiliation with
an organization in tlie Kast from the
first and would have sought transference here If I had known that 1
was going lo remain here—und will
when I learn positively. I certainly
wish tn associate with trm?.,. who tuns
Signally served tlieir country'!: host
interests and hope that I ninll ho
c';ual tn them fn all IhliigH
Thanking you. I beg to remain.
One (tf Our Country's CHtxene
•gov .-/     **? o.» *v
Gold Soap is made of tlie best
materials from which laundry
soap can be made. Thai is why
it does better, quicker work, and
has so many constant users.
Another reason is because the
cake itself is larger, and gives
you mope soap for the price than
you cai. & i in any other cake.
Cold Soap it made in the Procter & Gamble Faetoriet
at Hamilton, Canada
TTLm»%JI/o. Nnflf-mV^>••**,%"^&}h***##jl^ S3
KOR S A I.i; ()]{ i:X('IIAM;I:                  CAKCBLIiATION OK li.KSl.KVi: LOtS 122B2 to 12260 Inclusive, group
one dig  Holsteiu  pedigreed  bull                         ----  - -( Kootenay District
chaugoPforrNo A 1 mlSc cow due°to      N*0TICE !h hereby given thnt   the Xo person will be allowed to pre-
freshen.   I'urthcr particulars write ,T.   reserve established  on   the  under- ortint more than ono lot and appllca-
Whttehead, Moyle, B.C.               l3-:ii   mentioned lands hy notice published lions made by  returned discharged
In tho British Columbia Gaaette of the soldiers  shall  bo  given  'preference
2?th December, 1007, Is cancelled and oyer any applications made by other
that the Bald laud;- will be open foi persons.
pre-emption entry only nl  the office '               Q. It. Naden,
of the aovernmenl  Agent nl Cran- Doputy Minister of Lands.
brook on the -1st April next at !. am. Department of Lands,                  8-9t
namely:- Victoria, B.C., 12th Feby., 1910.
I'l
l>s, SPECIFICATIONS,
KSTIMATE8   AMI
SII'KHIVI'KMIAM 1.
.YllllH
- It
S|ic
nml Iti'imtl's a
■Inlty.
.1
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II 1' 1
C II C 11 (1 P T
pi'*11
i^ffi \km
Correct style worn by well-
dressed young men in all
localities. Lace boot-
medium narrow recede toe,
low heel—made In black, tan
or patent c*.-.lf
Your Safeguard in Buying Shoe
WI1KN you buy shoes, you tuke somebody's word for value.
It Is CONFIDENCE which leads you, in the end. to lay
down your hard-earned dollars for shoos. And you are riiM.t lu
buying where you feel the mosl: confidence.
This confidence on the part of the buying public is tlto biggest asset which
any dealer, or any manufacturer can have, The roputable, established
dealer has YOUR interests in mind when he buys his stork ; the manufacture' bears them In mind when he makes It.
Your safeguard in buying shoes is to see that your confidence is well placed.
Co to n dealer whose judgment you can trust. And see that the manu-
factui s trade mark is on the shoes you select. Thus you may buy wltfc
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