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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Till HSIIAY.   Al'lTKT  21,   1919
MCMOIR U
Cranbrook Fall Fair October ist and mdjoio
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GOULD IDLY BE BETTER
very high class entertainment on
Tuesday afternoon and evening. The
music was of the kind that has the
charm that soothes the savage breast
Tka program waa a popular one and
every artist was generously applauded.
Chautauqua got away to a good
start last Thursday. The hlg tont
was put up securely and It was well
seated. Thorn waa a very good audit, uce at tioth afternoon und evening
entertainments, The chuutauiiu}.
week Iiuh lieon thoroughly advertised
and u great many people were In the
city from outside ,places.
The Werrllees Kiitertalners
The four young ladies who make
up the Merrlleeu Entertainers gave a
si lendld musical und literary per-
fo matice both afternoon and even-
Ins. Their personation of the "Two
Little Butch Olrls" Is one of the cutest things In "the Hue of clean entertainment we have seen for many a
long day. The recitations were alBO
hl'.hiy entertaining. Their represen-
ta Ions of "Salvation Sal" and
••I ose of No Man's Land" paid a fine
tr'bute to the work of the Salvation
A. my and thc Red Cross on the field
ot battle. One would wonder how It
w .•'! he vn--!b!e for the world tc
rc ert back to its old selfishness arte • the Bsor.-lces occasioned by the
llr. William Hader
Dr William Bader gave a splendid
lecture on Thursday evening on the
"Making of a Man." His theory .P-
pe .red to be that men were self-m.de
-men who were superior to their en*
vltoument-men of persistency-men
of vision-men of will power-men
of character. There was hope tor
,„„,e who falled-there waa a second
chance for everybody. He has a clear
voce end an unlimited fund oi fart.
bearing upon his subject which he
presents In a most Interesting, entertaining and Inspiring light.
(luarlao-XeKlaaon Co.
On he second day the Ouarlno-McKIn
non Company played the preludes.
Tiny rendered some very high class
ml„lo, which was greatly appreciated
bv the audiences both afternoon and
evening, especially by those whose
greatest pleasure- -coatee throua*
their musical ear.
E. J. M.EMME
p. J. Klemme, In the "Challenge of
the Country," delivered an excellent
lecture—praotlcal, logical, convincing He entortalned both young and
old Training up the youth of the nation to ltve. morally, spiritually, physically, safeguarding the home, making the home a place tor the youth to
live In—boys ond glrla alike—were
som > of lhe points emphasised.
Madam A. 0. S-eeaer.
In the evening of Tuesday Madam
A. f. S-ohner, of Dallas, Texas enter*
tail »d untiringly—In fact the longer
Khr spoke the more Interesting she
„,,,.. m0—tlie Ihcmc of her lecture being the "Forces that help or hinder
ttie progess of a Mnlion." Her sou-
tlic ii tongue added a dellclonauess
to many of her Illustrations. She
ami,scil. gripped bolh heart and mind
anil stirred the imiollons, Tho unity
of iho nntlone, i>ai>ci'lnlly lit thc An-
gl„ Saxon, and nuiri' particularly the
Canadian and American branches of
it. ilrow friiln her some eloquent ex-
pri slons. Her emphatic statement
Unit th« permission granted by the
lini ed Slates to foreigners to colon-
lie al their will was a source of
gr«"i danger to the i'nlted States and
wo Id also be lo Canada, was trem-
ein* lUSly applauded.
Anionic Mlaervlal
"I te prelude to the Saturday enter-
-tali.ments both nflcrnooti nnd even-
lu. were supplied by Antonio Miner,
vln on lhe iiluno-tKi'ordlcn. Ills per-
fm iiinie was well rendered and re-
eel red a great deal of applause. It is
n I avy Instrument to carry around,
cat "ially nn a hot dny, but he en
tlir "I the cross remcrkubly well.
Tom Ciirwlae
'i 'to polyiihonlst was a versatile on
ter liner. He could Imitate more
ami ids Ihat the average man ever
hoard. And he not only Imitated
sounds but actions. He paid a great
trill ite also to the animal and fowl
wo !d. He says the young animal
ami fowl are more obodlent to their
pni imts than are the young of tho hu*
ma i race and the old hen exercises
a I 'iter control over Its chicks than
the average human mother does over
her family. His final Imitation of a
dot fight in the afternoon was carta! :y true to life and the moral he
dm' icted from It waa not a Mt far
fet' hed. His advice to everybody ln
thc family , In business, In society ln
civic and national affaire to "slckum"
wai good. A little hit of encouragement to everybody who Is trying to
do something is sure to have Its affect and get smethlng done that will
be worth while and will aoon Interest
the whole community. His Imitation
of the unloading ol a
ete-aor at Ha cart* ef
etc, was msst entertaining, and whan
one ot the crew bettered "Man over
board," und the Bkipper enquired
"Who Is it '.'" and got the response,
"The Kaiser," and when the skipper
tame back with "Let him drown,"the
audience cheered him to the echo.
Teachers' Malaaai Wage
At a recent meeting of the teach
ore ot rural schools In attendance at
tha Summer School held at Victoria
a resolution was passed to the effect
that the minimum annual salary ln
summer districts be 11,900, which la
the lowest sum paid a teacher In Alberta. The great Increase ia living
expenses made present salaries Inadequate, lt was stated. The resolution was forwarded to the executive
of the Teachers Federation.
Bays* Naval Brigade
'the Navy League are catting tor
another hundred boys for the Esquimau and James Bay distrlccts. The
Ksquimalt sub-division hoe secured
tlte services of Lieut. D. C. Roberts,
R. N., who will act as first lieutenant
The new ten-oared cutter is now ln
commission and allotted to the Esqul
malt station. The Boys' Naval Brigade training ls one that will be of
inestimable value to all hoys whether
they wish to follow the calling of the
sea or hot, and tha movement since
its inception has proved very popular
The larger portion of the District
Ledger plant at Fernle has been sold
lo satisfy a Judgment obtained In the
recent libel case against Editor Law-
son and the District officers. C. H.
King, of Calgary, representing Miller
k Richards, of Winnipeg, purchased
the big press and linotype, and It will
be shipped to Winnipeg.
J. T. Ovard, one of the talkers of
the Irrigation district ot Southern All
berta, has purchaaed the M0-acre
farm of Peter Lund, of MamvlUe, B.
C. Four hundred acres of this farm
are under' tfrtgvtM-" aad* the
der la pasture land, aad ae It adjeiaa
the town of Maryavllle, It aakee an
Ideal dairy and stock reach.
The lecture ea Saturday evening
by Major Mills, ot Vncle Sam's army,
was full ot pep and aa enjoyable aa
any event on the urogram. The subject of hla lecture was "Fiddles and
Fortunes." The man who makes the
fiddle does not always make the fortune, but If he makes a good fiddle,
that Is th^fest fiddle that he can
make, the whole world Is going to be
benefitted thereby. He told a number of Interesting anecdotes lo lllaa*
trate hie points aad quoted what waa
told of Antonio Btradlvarlua, the maker of the best fiddles In the world,
that Ood could not make a "Stred"
without Antonio.
Ur. C. WftltfMd Bay
The celebrated South American explorer gave one ot the moat Interesting lectures ot the whole week's entertainment. He waa dressed ta the
plctureeque garb of the cowboy .of
South America, even to the silver
spurs, silver knife and had his silver
stirrups on view on the table. He
started by giving aa Idea of tbe Immensity of the southern contlneeUts
wonderful rivers, Its high mountata
peaks, the Lake two miles aad a halt
above sea level, the scaalc railway
above the clouds, the gnat atretcbaa
of unknown and unexplored territory
and then he gave a more particular
description of the Argentine, where
beef Bella at two cents a pound aad
mutton at four pounds lor two cento.
He described Beunoe Aires, the moot
beautiful city in the world, the great
stretches ot level prairie, running for
hundreda of miles wttkoat a rise or
fall of aa lach, of the tremendoaa
herds ot cattle aad sheep—It la the
lack ot railways to get thee, animate
to market that makea meat ao cheap.
His experiences with the Indian
tribes were very Interesting, .specially among a tribe thnt had never
before been visited by a white man.
The head ol tha tribe wae a witch
doctor, two ot whoee .principal dattee
were to keep down the famlllee ta
two children In each, by knocking all
the aurplus babies oa tka beat wtth a
club and burying all the useless old
men and women alive. South America, he declared, wae the moat fertile
country In the world.
Tke While Hassan
The entertainment oa Monday afternoon and evening drew a very
large audience. Their program waa
a varied and popular oae. Their
team work waa eplandld aad highly
appreciated throughout.
Dr. f'hoo
Introduced oa the foremost Chinaman on the continent of America, occupied tbe platform on Tuesday evening. He provod himself tn be the
master ot the English language aa
well as a thorough mooter of the subject that he dealt with, "The Progress of Democracy in China." He ,
surprleed the audience by his fluency
aad wit. The Chinese nation are
waking up from a long sleep lasting
for 4,500 years and already in seven
years, the time that has elapsed since
China became a republic, great for-
ward strides towards democracy have
'been made. He says that the monar- ]
chy ls dead and burled and that there
wll b» no resurrection.
Edna Eagenla Lewe
Delivered a very fine lecture on Tues
day afternoon on "Danger Signals on
the way to health. She demonstrated
by physical exercises the way to secure a healthy body, and gave some
hints la regard to right living that
would certainly result in long life
and happiness.
Ihe Hawaiian Minstrels
The prelude on Wednesday at both
performances waa given by the Hawaiian Minstrels, five young men proficient in the musical insruments peculiar to Hawaii. It was very entertaining and the program was varied
enough to Interest everybody.
Children's May Festival
In the evening of the last day the
children ot the city were gathered together on the grounds of the Central
School and gave a splendid play festival, for which they had been train- Mr. Sweeney, or the
by Miss FleBher. Their games were branch of the 0. P. R.. wnl
highly entertaining. i Saturday nnd Sunday.
GUARD  AGAINST  I IRE.
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BM.o;o)i
New Stetson
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Careless no
/icids the Axe
Local Overflow
DC-non i'An FOR SALE—Deznll'e
Garage.
Mr. Gtllls, of Calgary, was hi own
for the week end.
Osborne—ItfcKce
th
Forestry
in. lown
Xbs Clemens
Cousin ol Mark Twain, concluded thc
Rev. \v. H. Denoon, of Lethbrldge,
will spend two weeks here as ;v guest
Chautauqua program last night wlth|0, M,.B w ,. McMs0„,
t travelogue "A Trip Through Para-i 	
disc," which was profusely Illustrated with both dissolving views and
moving pictures. She made the trip
ftilae Islands quite
realistic—it was almost ss good as
being on the holiday Itself.
We understand that arrangements
have been made far Chautauqua to
come again next year. The unanimous opinion is that everybody got
the worth of their money.
BORN--At  lhe    Cottage
Cranbrook. on  August   1 St li
nnd Mrs. H. O. Hall, a son.
HORN—At   the   Cbftige
Cranbrook. to Mr. anil Mrs.
ard. on Aug. 16, u daughter
Hospital,
lu    Mr.
Hospital,
\V. Slew-
Master Reeve Parker kit
ISth Inst, for lhe Kast to 8
holidays with friend-, before
High School.
50TED F1EACHEB AND
WBITF.B VISITS I HA*.BROOK
Rev. R. a. MacBeth. of St. Paul's
Presbyterian church. Vancouver, was
visitor to Cranbrook and district
this week. Mr. MacBeth was a lawyer before entering oh the work of
the ministry and aleo aaw active service as a soldier. He is widely known
as an author of several hooka, the
moat recent being a history of the
Wtest under the title "The Romance!
of Western Canada. As Mr. MacBeth
waa born tn the West and has known
It Intimately In all parts this book
baa been placed on the educational
Hat tn (Mario and the western provinces. At present Mr. MacBeth is
using his church vacation tor a trip
over Southern British Coolumbia
wllh a view to publishing impressions
ae he did ot the Peace River country some three years ago. He writes
a special column also every week for
the Vaacconver Saturday World,
WANTED—Hoard ami room ln a
private family hy two young gentlemen, working in the city. Address
"Box 2" Herald office 34-lt
At the evening service in the Methodist church on Sunday noxl the
preacher will be Rev. Capt. Dunoon,
of Lethbrldge. The Captain has a
splendid overseas record and n hearty Invttatioon Is extended to all.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. P. Sinclair. Paslor.
SUNDAY, August 24th
11 a.m.—Divine Service. Sermon Subject: "Our Church's Forward
Movement."
12 noon—Bible School.
7.30  p.  m.—Evening  Worship.    Sermon  Subject:  "How to know that
you know Christ?"
This   Sunday  wo  resume  morning
and evening services In  the  Baptist
church.
ry pretty wedding took place
Prosbytorlan ohurcli here yesterday afternoon at 2,30 when Mr.
.Junius Oshorne. of Fertile, n returned soldier, wns married to Mis'. Irene
McKee, postmistress or Elko. Thd
i-ereiiiony wns performed by Rev. H.
M. Lyon. Mrs. McKee wns tnntron of
honor ami Carl McKee ws bridegroom. Tho wedding breakfast was
servod at Hie home of Mrs. Denoon
anil Mrs. IS. I,. McKee. The floral1
tributes were beautiful. Tiio happy
couple roturnod to Elko by motor.
Sir. nml MrB. Osborne will he at home
lo their many friends in Fernle. We
wii.li them much joy.
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WATER .NOTICE
(Diversion und Use)
Take notice that Albert Barnhardt,
whoso address is Yahk. B. C, will apply for a license to take and use One
Miners' inch per second of water out
of Klmlrn Creek, which flows South
and Wesl and drains into Moyie
River, about 50 yards North of Glen-
lliy bridge. Tlie water will be diverted from the stream at a point about
150 yards hi a Northwesterly direction rrom tlie Southeast corner of Lot
9104. antl will be used for Irrigation
purposes upon the land described as
Lot 1)104.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 2lith day ot July. 1919.
A cqpy of tills notice and an application* pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act. 1914," will be filed In the
office of the Water Recorder at Cranhrook, B. C, Objections to the application may he filed with the said
Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights. Parliament
BuildlngB, Victoria. B. C, within fitly
days after lhe first appearance of Ihis
notlco In n local newspaper.
ALBERT  BARNHARDT.
Applicant.
Tlfce date of the first publication of
this notice Is August 7th. 1B19.
Tht- new fall Stepson hats are now
on display many new '.ades and
styles, also a full range uf the staple
shades
Slater Shoes
The fall stock of slater shoes is now
complete, the newmahogouy shade
is shown in many lots also new
lasts in block, together with the old
reliable shapes
McCreery Bros.
bmhirook's dry cook an cuthinc stores
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PRESBYTERIAN
Church
Rev Hugh McKay Lyon. Minister
SU\D\Y NEXT
11 a m   r*-v'B' '8enr.ee,
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 p.m Divine Service.
Rev. \V. K. Thomson will preach in the evening
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Rev R W. Lee, pastor
SUNDAY NEXT
11  a. m   Divine Service
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"TUE UEAQT oF HUMAN \TV*
Alton Wolubar* -Super Production.—*
Ifarrit^'Xbl-Xmjy ? PUI LLIP.T
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12 noon Sabbath School
7.^0 p m. Divine Service.    Sermon by
i'REV* CAPTAIN DENOON
of Lethbridge-    Come and hear him*
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THURSDAY. AUCU8T 21, MID
CRAN B R () OK   HB RALD
I'uhlisheil Every Thursday by
THE  C HASH HOOK   HER AMI,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Bates ou  application,    t hiinues for Advertising MUST be lu
this   olllce    Wednesday    noon    the current   neck   lo   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK,
BRITISH COLUMBIA        THURSDAY, AUGUST 81, 1919
CON8EH p, C
;•.'.-, FLAN
■stmt: GATHERING
British Columbia Conservatives are
looking forward to a banner convention next month, when the annual
Blithering will be held in Vancouver,
and it is anticipated that there will
be a large attendance of delegates
from the interior, the Kooictiays antl
the Boundary country.
Plans nre now under way tn run a
special train over thc Kettle Valley
from tho Interior districts served by
lt and It is expected It will require
five or six cars lo handle lhe delegates who propose attending.
Special arrangements are being
made at the coast for a princely entertainment of the delegates, anion-!
them their attendance at iho annual
fall fair al New Westminster, the ceremony at which Is to he per.orn.od
by His lloyal Highness the Prince of
Wales.
The excursion train will begin at
Pernio and take the delegates from
Fernle, Crunbrook, Creston and Nelson, proceeding west along the Kettle Valloy.
Tho Conservatives of tho Cranbrook district hovo a great dotil to do
In the way of sotting their house ln
order before proceeding to this convention, If they wish their delegates
to «et up betorc thc assembled dole-
gales and suy that their is a united
body of Conservatives in this part of
the province and if lho Conservatives
are going to make any kind of » decent showing at thc next provincial
elections they will hnvo to ho united.
The Conservatives in Cranhrook
are the most disunited and disgruntled body of men that ever protOBBed
lo adhere to any party. They arc not
even ap undisciplined mob, as they
arc divided (among themselves and
fighting ono another with teeth and
claws. They ought to bo ashamed ol
themselves. They have turned their
glory Into shame and don'l know 11.
They keep tholr heads hurlod in an
empty pork barrel, while lhe other
fellows ore getting away with the bacon.
Tho Conservatives of Cranbrook
have done land are continuing to do
their best to destroy the Herald, lhe
newspaper that thoy fell over them-
s.ives In a hurry to get out of the
hands of the. Liberals.    ,        ,
They" put in o-.^biinoh of diVoi lorH
who have no public-end to serve and
who adopted auch a-.-arrow selfish
policy that the host men In the party
became disgusted and refused to support It.
The directorate Is composed of men
who have no faith In a newspnper
proposition.
A man that says thai advertising is
not worth a whoop in hell is out of
place on the directorate of a newspaper.
A man that will throw a monkey
wrench Into the machinery nnd prevent Its smooth nnd efficient working because he cannot bear to see an
Institution successful which proved
an absolute fnlluro under hia own
management, should not be secretary
of the operating company.
A man who will set up nn opposition business to the company of
which he Is .president, should resign
the presidency.
A director ot a publishing company
who gives hia work to the opposlllon
paper and then advoi-ates closing up
tbe business that ho la ono of the
shareholders who lias been elected to
see that that business is made a sue
cess, because it isn't doing ns profit
able a business us he would like to
see it do, ought to resign from the
directorate.
Tlie whole last man of the director
ate should apologize to the shareholders for undertaking to run an in-
stltution that they don't know tin
first thing about and ure too hull,
headed to learn.
They should also neologize to the
Conservative party for adopting a
poltoy that has split the Conservatives of this district from stem to
stern.
Conservatives get together herore
the convention and act like Intelligent men Instoud oof unintelligent
daubs of clay, and then you will be
uble to be pruud of yourselves again,
and from farther distances great
numbers had flocked to join with the
•itl/.ens In their welcome to the
prince, and dense crowds    thronged
SALES NOTES
Don't hold your sales notes until they
mature. Any Branch of this Bank will
advance you money on them. If you prefer,
place your sales notes with us and we will
collect them when due, and credit your
account. c
IMPERIAL BANK
ets inul lined every point  of
ntage along the route taken by the
[nee, ami at  various places where
stopped (or the ceremonies    arranged In his honor.   Owing to a mis-
lerstahding regarding lhe time the
prince landed an hour later than had
been expected, us he followed Atlan-
tlc standard time, while the loeal ar-
angements  hail  been made on daylight time.    Thla made it necessary
lefer all arrangement, for an hour
but the crowds waited patiently and
good naturely.
The prince made the trip from the
irugoti,  the cruiser  upon   which  he
mrneyed from St. John's, Nfld., in a
last  motor boat.    Ho was welcomed
ou behalf of Canada at the dock by
the Govorncr-General, the Duke   of
Devonshire, and Sir Robert Burden,
prime minister cf the Dominion.
Tlie prince was received with great
inthusiasm when he lauded. He
miltngly acknowledged tho applause
nnd took Hit- --eat in an automobile
with the Duke of Devonshire and
Lord Hamilton. The prince was
Irlven through the streets from
Reed's point to flio armories, about
o miles.
Pile   prince  .proceeded     from     the
dock   through   the    gaily    decorated
streets,  crowded   with  cheering   people, to Ihe armories, where loyal od-
dresses were presented to him on boll' nf the city of St. John and the
province of New Brunswick.    In re-
]ily  tu  the iiddress 'from  theprovince
of New Brunswick the prince said:
'Mr. Foster and gentlemen:
'Yours Is the first official welcome
Ich 1 am privileged to receive on
Canadian soil, and I am deeply touch-
id by the warmth nnd loyalty of your
address.
"You huve woken ot the affectlon-
e  interest felt by my    father, the
king, in this and every province of
he Dominion.   I ran assure you that
he   warm   regard   for  his  Canadian
ubjectB, which he was able personally to ynu some years ago, Ib even
stronger   today,   since  It  Includes  a
deep  appreciation   of  the  new    and
splendid   services   of  this   Dominion
to the throne and empire during the
war, aiid a constant sympathy with
those  on  whom  the    struggle    lias
brought disablement and loss.   1 will
gladly  convey  tn  him  this  renewed
expression of your loyalty    to    bis
house.
"I -greatly appreciate your reference, too kind although it be, to my
own services as a junior officer in
the war. My first real knowledge of
the splendid nations of the British
Kmpfre wns formed, gentlemen, in the
trenches, camps and billets of tbe
western front. Comradeship In the
field Is the surest of all roads to understanding between men of different
climes and ways of life, and I have
:ome thereby to know my brother
Canadians in all the conditions Incidental to service in the field, In and
out of the Hue. New Brunswick gave
Its sons In generous measure to the
grent cause for which the Empire
fought, and I share to the full your
pride that they proved worthy of
those founders of your province who
sacrificed their all to loyalty to British Institutions and the British
throne.
"I agree wth, Mr. Premier, that
common service and common sacrifice have drawn the nations of the
Empire even more closely together
than before. We have seen our British .principles and Ideals sharply outlined herore us In the burning light
of a supreme emergency and we have
learned more what the unity of the
British Umpire means both to ourselves nml to the world at large."
Cranbrook Branch,
OF CANADA
B. E. Howard, Manager.
Sub-Aimer it Kitnbtrltr.
.MYMKYr OF WAB GRATUITY
nformation lias been received at
district headquarters, M. D. No. 11,
that u War Grain ity Is payable, under
conditions, to members and ex-mem-
hers of the following units:
Members of Queen Alexandra's Imperial.
Nursing Servi* Reserve.
Territorial  Force  Nursing  Service.
Nurses lu Military Families' Hospitals
Voluntary Aid Detachment Nursing
Members.
Special Military Probationers and
Assistant Nurses.
Former members resident in Vic-
torlu or district, who have served
during the war in any of the units
named above, will on application ln
writing to the office of the A. D. M.
S., Victoria, B. C., be supplied with
all particulars available relating' to
the payment of the Gratuity.
II AltltY LAUDER ON CHARLIE
I'll A I'M VS  LATEST COMEDY
In selecting a title for his first
comedy to be released by the First
National Exhibitors' Circuit, Charlie
Chaplin is said to have utilized e
chance remark made by Harry Lauder during the Scotch celebrity's visit
to the new Chaplin studios In Hollywood. California.
After showing his visitor about the
premises. Charlie turned to Harry
and said:
"Well, Harry, aud what do you
think of my new quarters?"
Lauder gazed about the brilliant
glass stage, rubbing his chin thoughtfully, while he considered the suits of
palatial dressing rooms, fitted with
every modern convenience that necessity and good taste could suggest,
the luxuriously furnished offices, and
the perfectly appointed little restaurant, where meals are provided for
the star and his company. Then he
turned to Chaplin with a pity lag
.shake of his head:
"It's a dog's life you're leadin' tUese
days. Charlie," he replied; "a dog's
life."
When the puestion of selecting a
name for his forthcoming rib-tickler
came up a day or two later, Chaplin
ment, and decided that lt would make
an appropriate tllte for tbe first ot
his $1,000,000 comedies.
See it at Rex Theatre, Friday and
Saturday, Aug. 22 and 23.
and its duties turn us from a nation
of wasters to a nation of Thrift.
Buy War Savings Stamps.
DOYDUKMOftf
WHY
that old lore or ikln -disease «f
youra breaks out again? It's because tbe remedies you bare been
using do not get to the root of the
disease, but remain oa the surface.
Try Zam-Buk! It penetrates to the
underlying tissues, destroys all
germs and cures from the "root"
up. Hence Zam-Buk cures are
lastinK.   All dealers, 60c. box.
USES OF ODD WAB MATERIAL
Odds and ends'of war material
mountains high, which In other dayB
would have been destroyed, are being
turned to good account by the British
Munitions Inventions department.
Here are instances of what is be-
ins done:
Ladies' shoe heels, ear trumpets
for alr.planes, and other articles are
being made from sawdust.
Anl8-pounder shell, minus nose
nose and copper band, .after lathe
manipulation, makes an excellent
shafting coupling.
Containers from shrapnel shells
are being turned Into lamps.
Discarded airplane engines are
used for commercial purposes. An
alteration in the carburettor makes
them available for coal gas, and with
couplings made from shells they have
been connected with dynamos with
good reeBults.
At a works not far from Manchester some workmen were bragging
about the skill of some of the men at
their various Jobs. After several had
related their experiences, one man
said Ihat what lie had heard waB nothing to the skill of a atone mason he
knew.    The curious part of it   was
I that the mason was a nigger who had
l only one arm.
I "How does he manage it if he has
only one arm?" questioned one ot tiie
! men."
"Why," said the other," "he holds
I his chisel between his teeth and*hlts
himself behind the bead with the
hammer."
Mrs. -McConnell, age 72, who had
been an Invalid for some years, died
on Thursday night last, the 14th Inst.,
at her residence on Hanson avenue.
The funeral took place on Saturday
afternoon to Cranbrook cemetery,
Rev. J. P. Sinclair, officiating.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Effective June lst. 1919.   There will be a general change In train
service.   Times for trains at Cranbrook will be:
No. 67 No. 68
Dally
23.00
Lv   Medicine Hat   Ar
22.30
Lv   Culgary   Ar
7.60
3.45
9.39
12.10        t
12.20
l.v   Lethbrldge   Ar
l.v   Fertile   Ar
Ar   Cranbrook   Lv
Lv   Cranbrook   Ar
2.00
18.41
16.16
16.05
16.15
Ar   Klngsgate   Lr
13.40
Ar   Kootenay Landing   Lv
r further particulars apply to any ticket agent.
J. K. PROCTOR, DlBtrlct Passenger Agent, Calgary.
agea
Pay Your Subcription
PJHNCKOF WALKS GIVEN
WELCOXE AT ST. JOHN
St. John, N. B., Aug. 15.—A royal
welcome was extended to H. R. H.
the Prince of Wales as he set foot for
the first time on Canadian soil at 11
o'clock this morning. The weather
was not auspicious, rain commencing
to fall shortly before the prince left
his ship, but the adverse conditions
in no way affected the warmth of his
reception, nor lessened the enthusiasm of tlie greetings extended to the
heir to the British throne.
It was eminently fitting thnt the
prince's first glimpse of Canada
should bo the city founded by the loyalists who had sacrificed so much to
remain beneath the British flag, and
the heartiness of (he welcome showed that the name spirit still animates
those who have come after them.
From  all  parts  of New    Brunswick
A COAT FAMINE 18 NOW
I wi\<; mi: WHOLE OF EUROPE
B13RLIN, Allff, 1C—Tiiat all Europe Is facing disaster in the coal situation fs the common opinion of Industrial and shipping leaders who
have been conferring on the subject
here for the past few days. Walter
Pehling, of Hamburg, a shipping expert in discussing prospects of
the coming winter so far as Germany
is concerned, declares the fuel situation will positively iprove n more potent reviver of acute Bolshevism than
food.
"The question Ib can the hungry
people stand extra privation and suffering for three or four months?" he
said. "Machine guns may subdue
Bolshevism, but they cannot yield
coal. Their effect Is purely negative, while the present critical situation calls for positive accomplishments."
Experts estimate the shortage in
the airman coal output for the next
1-' months will he approximately 100,-
000.000 tons and predict the United
States will be called, upon to offset
(he continental shortage.
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT
"Waste not, want not." 'That Is an
old proverb which we forget ail about
In Canada during the boom periods
before the war. What a lot we wasted. The founder of the great Coleman mustard factory was once asked
how his firm amassed such huge fortunes out of the little bit of mustard
people ate. He replied: "We didn't.
We made our money out of what people left, on their plates."
Before the war we wasted enough
food in Canada to pay our then national debt in a single year. We tried
to save food during the war, and our
exports t food for the yer* endlit
as against, only $187,011,300 in the
first year of the war. Over $600,000,-
000 saving in a single year In fond,
and that a bad crop year.
What do we waste In this country
In money? If we saved a few dollars
what have wo wasted in wild oat
speculation? The Thrift campaign is
to ash us to go on Having-saving ur
quarters and to put them in a safe
place at 4 1-2 per eont. Buy a Thrift
stamp by walking Instead f riding.
By denying ourselves some little unnecessary luxury. Oct the habit of
saving, We have had the wastng
habit because money seemed to come
easy, hut has it not seemed to go easier? Hoou prices will come clown.
Are we going back to the old habit
of wasto? Tho country will need finances. lOvery $100 borrowed abroad
menus a loss of exchange and a yearly Bum goiuj' out of the country. Save
a little and lend It to yourselves. You
will gain by saving, and your savings
will save you money as a unit In the
nation. When old age comes, Thrift
will make it easier. We owe much
to the boys who went to France. We
shall owe more to them if the war
Tax Sale Sept.
30th, 1919-
Pay your delinquent taxes beforethc
*
above date and save your property. A Ua
of properties which will be offered for sale
can be seen at the oftice of the City Clerk.
The last date ior redeeming properties
sold at 1918 Tax Sale is September 3rd,
1919.
WANTED—Out of town school
children lo board. Apply to Mrs. E.
M   Canon, Slalorvllle, it-It
The joy of feeling fit and
fresh rewards thos* wbo
heed the laws of health,
and keep the babhs regular with ^
O puis
Largest S.U «f any Me-riUkto La tho Wmwmm,
Haiti tta-rywtan.   U mmmm, M*
LETHBRIDCEMILY HERALD
HIM, KEEP YOU POSTED ON NEWS, PROGRESS
DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOWNS AND
COMMUNITIES ALONG THE  -
CROW'S NEST PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RE8IDENT8-
Three Months for One Dollar
Six Months for - Two Dollars
Fifteen Months for Five dollars      ,
  '  Mln-HM-a
Mall this coupon with   money to Lethbrldge Herald.
LETHRRIDGE HERALD, Lethbrldge, B. C.
Unclosed IM f (or which tend the LetttrMge Bally
Herald for   months.
Sum	
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers k Optician*
Next lo the Postoffice.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
Parish    Hall
first   Tuesday
afternoon   of
every   month
at II P.m.
ProB. Mrs. D.
Campbell, box
587
Secy, Mrs. 1. W. Burton, P. O. Box 681.
All ladles cordially Invited
LAIDLAW   H DEWOLF
Civil nl Mining Eighteen
B. C. Land Sarieyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users  are  the  Com-
nolsenrs.
l.DM0NDS0N,8 DANCE OHCHE8TBA
Now Open for Engagement.    Ole to
Four Pieces
The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MHS. EDHOND80N
or phone SM Cmhraofc, B. C.
PRICES MARKED
In ever)- Coeur d'Alene bedroom ls a framed card on
which is printed Uie rotes of
the room.' In other -words
the   Coeur d'Alene   -Hotel
marks their selling prices
in plain figures.   The patron knows what his hill will
be; he knows that he is not   .
being overcharged  through
a misunderstand—his or tbe
tlerk's—he knows that he
is paying Just what every
other occupant of that room
pays— no more,  no leas.
That's standard   American
practice ln first class retail
stores; some day It will no
doubt be standard practice
In the best hotels.
That framed card ts a small
detail,  but   It   Illustrates . the
Coeur d'Alene way   ot   doing
things.   It's one of the many
concrete applications ot    tho
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a (ull and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room he occupies.
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
THE HOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY
Spokane, Washington
GET THAI OLD HOUSE
FIXED UP BEFOBE IT FALLS
DOWN OB GIVE D8 A CON.
TBACT -TO BUILD TOD A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Pheae .terHI     tJsXMtxm
Drs. Green & MncKlnnon
Physicians and Surgeon*
Office ut  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOUI18
Forenoons   8.00 lo 10.00
Afternoons 2.01) to   400
Evenings 7.30 lo   8.80
Sundays    2.30 to   AM
CIlANllllOOK. B. 0.
I. O.O. F.
KEV CITV LODGE, No.-IS
Meets   every
Muniluy night
       al Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially invited.
Wi 11. Harris        \v. D. Qllroy
Becy. N. a.
DR. F. Ii. JULES
DGNTI8T
Ofllce In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
I to 5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C
CRANBHOOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
, Private Nursing Hone
Licensed by Provincial Oovt.
Nateralty aud General Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matrou
Phone 269 p. 0. Box 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
THE HOME IIAKEKV
Bokt Prasu, Prop.
P'resh Mread, Oaken, Pies
■nil l'astrj
Pbone 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
MONUMENTS
Kootenay Granite & Monumental Co, Ltd.
General Stone Contractors and
Monumental Works
Prmrt St, Netwnr  p.ft.Dox tats
FOB PAINTING AND
,    PAPERHANGING, ETC
—Phone—
JOHN CARD
PHONE NO. 41)9,
CBANBBOOK   .   B. C.
KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS
Gtukrtok, B. C.
Meeti every Tuesday at 8 p.m, in
the Fraternity Hall
C. G. Borgstrom, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. a g.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent for
IHMtHfe and OreeahlU Ceil
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlatrbitlon Cars a Specialty.
l-raylai* antl Transferrin!-
Given prompt attentloa
Phone IS
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satisfaction Guaranteed
headquarters for all kinds of.
Repalra
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Pheae IM
Norhar; Ave, neit to City Hall
Montana KeaUuranl
Heals st All Hoars
Cigar", Cigarettes and Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite the Bank ot Commerce
If tou want satisfaction
with vour washlna
lend tt to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Boeclal orlces for family
work
INfclMVMI'S REiMAtE'PILLS ^SJ;
ra-rildn* for all IVranfc. Complaint. (S n bo*.
orUwtror|iU,uttiiiij-hi.)i.;, Mulled toiiny
!ff'SfHF'lS'P*' °* rH«. Tur; Hc-initr.r. Dki»i
Cp.,iltC»tharliicii, Ontirio.
w,i i»i*aiaaiiaH| uiiiaMO,
rnvWjvlflH. rUR llllM„,'i"."im',"'
,-XM.!S,fflJS2J.fflCl£ THURSDAY, AUGUST 81, 1*111
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
PauE TRHEB
It.--.:'- '       ^"-wB-
WILL YOUR  FYE8
CABBY THE IOADI
Men today are wine at 40.
Rt}Bponf-4bllities, business
cares, social requirements
—every phase of modern
life makes good eyesight
imperative. If your eyes
need help let us fit you
with the proper glasses,
we nre fuly equipped eo
give you first class ser-'
W H. WILSON
Jeweler
Our stock of
Enameled
Ware
is now complete
F. PARKS 4 CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    B. C.
Juocal und Jrersonal
Iasure with Beale * lilwelL
Kllhr fnmwu plotwea.   PkeM 9.
Don't roll to teleawthe tianit-brake
before atreraptlsrg to-Mart.
I-tor Sale—Bfr'wootl. C.
P. 0. Box eM,'Cnubrat>l-.
hams'ss.   WC cash.
IIOMU.
SMI
Khen in. Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
it at
Alex Hurry's
Tables in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
■I.AS8, SPECIliCATIOSS,
KftTIMATEN   AND
SH'i:RI*iTE"il»ANCE
HemortrlllBir anil Kepalrs a
Siiwlalti*
J.    F.   HIH'II OR© IT
( HAMIUOOK
I tlCKKKS' INSTHTTE
Ill-Filar MreHi|
8KC0.fi> SATI■IlKAV ol eaek
n ..ntli at •• |i.m, la tie Cltj HaM
Pllllii: OK THE  WEST
KNITTED HOOKS
Brltlsh-t'iiluaitila-Xale
Uu) at Horn
M.iekSTi   "nlt-i.    Blair * Co.
Vaai'iiinrr, B.C.
WATER NOTICE
lilirrnloa ail Use
Talip Notice that W. K. Wldstrom,
who-,' aililrcss Is Cranhrook, will apply ror a llcem-o lo take and use GOO
nlnsi-a Inohe's of water out oi s'lgijci-
i-rcol, which flows southern); and
draft.h Into l.iike Ors-K about o half
Dill train Its JunctlAn with thc Jloylc
Ulvet. The water will be dlretttd
fiom the stream at a point about flve-
olshihs of a mile from the Junction of
Nlw-i- and Uko Creeks and will be
used for Placer mining purpose upon
the 1-'.alms described as "Mabel' group.
This notice was posted on the ground
on tl o 23rd day of June, Mil. A.
ot this notice and an application *pur-
suan thereto and to the "Water Act,
1914'' will be filed In the office ot thel
Water Recorder at Cranbrook. Ob
jectlii-is to the application may be
filed with the said Water Recorder sent**.
or with the Comptroller ot Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B.C., within fifty days alter the
tint appearance ot this notice in *
local newspaper.
W. K. Wldstrom, awHcant
thla notice la Thwedday.
MM.
July
W. T.- Coojieri of Un Baolsiiii»;s*ar-
ass. spee* atst amtlr-tt. | St
Lake.
Mrs.  B. A. ll
Audrey, -f CalsBry.-are the «uaats of
Mra. 0  W. Patmore.
Miss -Usury- iBkrimnis astand tttrn
Vuncou /,.- last Satunlay for a -rislt
witli he- frleurta here
The I'ot .aad thin oUk wl*l nest
sometHne meat .week; due notice ot
meeting Trill be atrec
Fancy and Ban-room Dancing taught. For particulars
plione 404 or box 428.— Mrs.
Van Braam. 46-tf
Ciaada's answer to the great call
to uitos when a Prussian autocrat
declared war upon democracy, has
been depleted ln "Th*-Heart ot Humanity."   Rex Theatre,- Aog. 21 A 30.
The Women's Institute's Annual
Klonrer Show will take place on
Thanday, Aug. 28th, at the Parish
.Hall, ut 3 p. m. Music and refreshments. Admission 3 to 8 p. m—10
aad 15 cents. Dana In the-esenbig
trom 9 to 1, with refreshments, 50c
Mrs. -Edmondson's orchestra.
nni!
rifty-1 ti ta fctaafaamla—tkafclaaa
In isood raantoc«nlw> most otlhern
drop kaada, tor «*le cheap ,,»t tbe
Slaget atoM, akSM.iH. 2-mly
Helntsawn ataao tor soil *»t a.jac
rlflce. will glueeasy- terms for pay
ment..   Write "Boa J" Herald.     34-lt
Further Bolshevik retirement Is
Minouneed. Several towns liwe-been
abandoned durla* the past tern days.
Don't start -your- cor with ..a Jerk.
Airtayv-tttsttt the clutch-fradaally
iins! see that lhe car starts.off easily.
Primary .and .KtadMRarten l
sohool: Prtaolpal, Attn Rum.
sfly. Burwefrawiwi, -Por--iiaT-
ticulan jihone J57. Sm.
Wlien your mighton criticise,
Tear -you dawn to haU your slse,
Tske your- rod,*yoor Iwskai and files
And go a-Jhlilne;.
Pla«-»nrt
arrangement,-Moue -tMSM* baa
4»»—•Mra.'-VBn liaauii ISMN-?
•wU A-ywe,' 4*-tft
J. D. McBride autoed to th» Watts
ranch on ft-idsT- It was terribly
hot, Jimmy iiaju ke eould hardly
find a cool- spot
N. AiBaaleUinnv mmvnsmsmt
fUhlnr trip.   Me,«aiwt* to be
In about three weeks or   so.   wttk-
seme i ewod -.Itak sMrtte.
Bonnycastle Dale, the well known
Caaadlan Naturalist, Is the author of
the leading article In Rod and Oun in
Canada foe August, lt is entitled
"Salmon Fishing at Campbell River.'
The .wondrous beauty ot the Camp
bell River Falls is to be seen in the
.page photo-engravure that accompanies the article. Canada's premier
outing monthly Is published by W. J.
Taylor, Limited, Woodstock, Ont.
In a ti
revolving cylinder pulverise the
to a aaubjiraMMtaia.
A seaHonat -wardnfea-daaae to be •
coifotadwMh.wlwh-iliaa.kaen, ttt 111
that can he oatendad-to «ay-deltas*
site by ,«MlttaMoH
Fifty  thouaand dollars  iu   .ttttt
money wei stolen -froat Ua -SHmon-j not
ton. imalirfHce last euak   aad   lb*
rhlevee-are stUl.at lar<*.
Stamped* week, which gobmu-mm.
neat Jdonday, apfaara.to b*dh* klf-
geat thing In■ th*. ealaatalnnwnt Mae
that Calgary kas «»er pulled ctt.
The* aiaar «rtsa*s ot-fcank «aH6
wHI eeaiwt-do h—■Hut-to «H*«i«t
still uad*r
al the
I- (*»Htle»-»o 4sw* asmtrtr tsjttt *sl- '
lss, est Tecu nM.-tMMM*-* ntura-
ed MMIer -who **l 1-aawMer-oel*.
hratlUR hia
No-
in MW-weste-to Isttrjm tsmttJ
rttan-roa — tal e«u«|h.U|,f
tn last yem e,tjsm.   If )
shmrlaa - sluaa nt "ao«s1*ili*g-*np?'
WAimro-Bt-p-abtmt 'tl-yeare old.
Will teach him first claw trade. Most
havefslr edunBKm and beh*ne«t and
rtllaMe. 'MUH partobtttat'taneat-
ed as y<m -tetrn -tilt biitluMs. -Ad-
drum *-BofW"-HHlnKf'OWf«.-   31-tf
WANTBD—Board nnd Koom-The
School Trustees have Inquiries from
out ot town for room and board for
-(iris or boys coming In to attend
Hitch School. Parties able to accommodate any nleae* leave name and
address with
T. M. ROBERTS,
Secretary of School Board.
ROYAL
YEAST CAKES
Royal Ye«Lst
has  been the
standard   yeast
in Canada,   for
over 50 years, and it
is a well known fact
thnt    bread    msvde
with  Royal   Yeast
possesses a greater
amount of nourishment than that
made with any
other.
the tt,» ky mountains, stepped from I
tin- train hero lust night bearing ovl- j
iti*ii,-,'s that he hail been In an airplane crash. His face under the |
riniit eye was decorated with stlek-
iug plasters He had been cut slightly when his plane crashed st Golden,
Inn otherwise he appeared none the
worse.
Ca.pt. Hoy said tlie trouble was ul- j
together caused  by    an    inadequate I
landtng ground.    "I was only about j
16 fe< t off tlie ground,"ae said, "when
I had to bank steeply In nn effort to
avoid trees nnd tiie plane side slipped
and   the    wing    crashed    Into    the I
ground.    The machine, I am afraid,
is it total wreck." i
Capt. Hoy was deeply disappointed i
thai he had not been allowed to
crown the achieving of his pioneer i
trip by an equally successful return
to Vancouver by air. At the time his
plane crashed lie had passed over the
worst pnrt of his journey. He said j
he was anxious lo repeat the trip I
ovor the Rockies.
"THK HEAHT OF HUMANITY"
A close-up view of the blowing up
of a trench ln No Mans Land Is one
of the htmttreds of thrilling features
In Allen Holnbars eight reel production, "The Heart of Humanity," In
which Dorothy Phillips will appear
In the leading role at the Rez Theatre on Aug. 29 and 30.
SATS CmuSTOFHEKS
HAS QUIT OHE BI« UNION
The Calgary Herald says: That P.
. JU. Christophers has gone on record
as. severing his connection with the
One Big Union is the statement
brought to Calgary by a Drumheller
man, who says that Mr. Christophers
of his own free will and accord subscribed before witnesses to the following declaration:
"1, P. M. Christophers, do solemnly
declare that I am through with the
O..B. U. or I. W. W. movements. That
,1 nee that I have been wrong, and
have been misleading ignorant men
who do not know any better. I real-
M*w-*i»eot*d*»a* a *** that I have made a serious mistake, -and that /during these times of
war I should have b**n otherwise engaged. I am sorry and apologise for
what I hare done, and here on my
bended knees, before* my Ood, I
swear that I will have nothing further to Ao with this movement, and
that 1 win leave tin country."
This statement does not eeem to
havet the true ring about it. Wis do
think Christophers would get
his knees before Odd, of hit
own free will and accord and sign
any such declaration, but our guess
Is tthat he wishes he never had anything to do with lb* O. 'BrTT.
WtWWWW —m -MMMM
IM attPtrmn *Att<
Winnipeg Aagvct M.—Ball-wa* re-
hnuih It ast-aana lapnarea ae I* •*-*-"«- U»-*.s-i*-W*nHii*g sttflwlead-
Operatlons hav* been started by
tht B. C. gomaniunt upea tht im-
proving -and clearing, ready tor tat-
tlement ot about 1500 aoraa *>f
lands situated between -fesnls. -and
Hosmer. This land, w* understand,
will all be. taken up.by returned soldiers.
era by Jaetlce J. II. Caawrtm, of the
Com* or Ap**al, today. The accosed,
Wtm-maa, R. B. Rusaell, John Omen
A. A. H*a)B. R. B. Bray, W. A. Prlt*
ohard, R. J. Johns and George Artn-
»tr«Bg, -war* accordingly taken Into
oustady by the Royal Nortbweet
aiiianlU Pallee aadtwrrted to the
PraMaatal Jail, eriwra they will re-
-mat until th*y a*mar for trial at
th* October aesKes, nnless defence
ill can obtain tbelr freedom
of the other Judges of the
hint* caurts.
Mr. daatte* CaoMran refused to
graat ball on tin ground that the
eight strike leaders bad broken their
praarte* wken nleaeed on ball th*
active part In labor wnrett; that they
Ilralrebne «o abstain -tro« taking an
1m,*w pabUo'apMahea'and other ac-
ttvltles carried on a campaign ot an
UiHwiaal aatare. He did not feel
IM taking the responsibility of admitting them to ball.
from France. "The cost ot living in
France is the highest in the world.
That applies to everything—food,
clothes, fuel and ail commodities.
When we landed In New York and
cstiie to Canada we thought that everything In the United States ind
Cutiada was very cheap, so different
were the prices In comparison with
what they are in France.
"We are not getting the true facts
of tlie situation over there on account of the censorship and you see
very little abut It in tiie newspapers.
The last two weeks wo were In Paris,
there were about 300,000 men on,
strike, including the transport men
and the ironworkers. From 2.000 to J
",000 troops were patrolling thej
-tr.-.-ets of the
order -ind some i-eojle-thought t':>
time (hoi   it   was  lit-- hejrlnnin.' of a
revolution.
"The soldiers displayed little sympathy with the Ironworkers for-the
reason that most of the latter were
men who had not been to the front,
but had been permitted to remain in
that necessary occupation and drew
high wages while tlie soldiers were
away righting at the front. The sol-
dlerH are in sympathy with the government and that is what makes the
government strong. There wns considerable talk that the Bnche Bolshevlki were behind most of tiie labor
troubles ln France, but I cannot say.
The Bodies are certain to come Into
France soon ln large numbers, as
there Is n denying that they are clever and they have no sense of shnme
whatever. "
The French (lanadian contingent,
"Princess Pat*," whosaved Ypres, are:
shown in several scenes tn the"Heart'
of Humanity, an eight reel produc- j
Hon of love and war, at the Rex The-j
aire, Aug. 29 and 30.
Is your subscription pnid tn the
Herald? If not, now Is a good time
io pny It.
If
NOTICE
TO  ItmiRNKI)  SIH-IMHIS
Mr. F. W. It refill, ot CriMitiriH.k. and
l»r. Tumor, «.i Invermere,	
and niitiiiiii-iK.iu j uUVG beon appointed by the Depart-
•' J ment or Soldiers' Civil Re-Establish-
11   ment    iih    Medirnl    RepreRentativpR,
wlioao duties are to attend to ul) Ro-
turnod Men who require Medical attention.    Thin  attention  lielng Riven
free to mon who mny be tuken 111 any
time   within   one  year  ut dt»chan;e.
whether the cause be from War Service or not. mul to men who are f.nf-
ferlhg  a    recurrence    of    disability
catted by War Service, at any time.
33-7t
f APTMN HOT 18 RACK
IN VANCOUVER
Vanconver,    A«r.*-13.—Oapt.  B.  C.
Hoy, the first aviator to fly across
TIMBER SALE X 1710
Sealed tender.-, will be received by |
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on '.lie *U)th day of August, 1919,
I'm* the purchase of Licence X 1710,1
to cut 0000 cords of Cedar Posts, 20,-1
100 cords of Mining props, and 7000
corda of cordwood, on on area sltuat-
nl on Meadow Creek. Kootenay Dls-!
trict.   Three years will be allowed for
removal of timber.    Further particulars of the Chief Forester, Victoria, :
B.C., or District Forester. Cranbrook,
B, a 27-St i
r
The Herald's Appeal
To Subscribers In Arrears
Oji The Ground Of
Friendship
Is brlm-ini: forth fruit, hut the fteaaon
scents to he n little backward.    We hue
hai) a good many respond, but man]' more
hae not. . We are sure that your Intentions
to pay up are (rood, hut good intentions will
never get you to heaven. .We eannot pay
our rent, power and paper hills with good
Intentions. .Therefore ne make another
appeal to you to hrood over yonr good Intentions until you hnteh out a C3 bill, or as
many of those hills as you owe as and bring
them to the offlre nf	
4MWT 01' LIVING IN FBANCE
HIOHEST IH HI -W0BI.D
"People In thla eownttr kaow ao-
*Wag of Ihe tilth cost of living," ure
Major de Roaldes nam hie return
7l» Gluwtaiupia*w» wail r11~tJl1|„M
—a-lulllMiiiia umt uHht tri tkt ln»
taraat -aHram -tail*- up. i Same. Hectical talks jw e*eir 4»7-*ll*lai*ae»
given by tha lecturers aa4.ttJa.kopa*
that the ,pe«»U will iK.U(r.aa*a!aa*
notloa tri eia4eavor*in-»
lent to carry out.the
When using
WILSON S
I FLY PADS
The Cranbrook Herald
f
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All eaUbiU at-tlw. Wiaaa'i
title Hiwr.Sliw to be Mil-la -
PartikUall on Atfttl *mh, stmt
In phM* oa *V-*M^ar, Aw-*-Hth*
the hall will be open (rawjto M «.
Tli:- date of the first publication of rn.~--a.oes* those Iwd  tmtmeier  lin
city, aad Urn Utter ■■*>*,!■ pkat
lr until i tin tMttrims. mm mm
'team.
• tun tOttttm thkn.ttUw Fly
Ckaatohaoaie. frMby
FOR SALE
VACANT LOT,
i'i
MMIIKH 0, BLOCK 04,
orated on linger Street,
Cranhrook. Clear of any Inruinhranees and
Taxes paid to .Inly 1st, 1112(1.
TERMS—One-third Cash, balance on lime
at 5% Interest on deferred payments.
MAKE YOUR BEST OFFER, subject t« my
approval.
itiU MARKET ST..
P. J. TOOMEY
ST. LOUIS, Mo," rc. S. A.
•tm/f0iM*t*mmm ap*,  mmm ,tk*m.e*jri
¥■■  -»-B
FURNITURE OF
CHARACTER
The -best is not always the cheapest, neither is the cheapest always
the cheapest. Paint and putty will
cover up many bad spots.
We buy from the very best and reliable
houses, those houses that are not afraid
to guarantee their goods, we pass the
goods along lo you with our guarantee so
you have nothing to fear when you buy
here.
You see different articles before you buy them and afterwards, if any thing goes wrong,
you can come back to us for adjustment which we always make
Our stock is quite complete and the pr-
ces are much lower then they will be**
we have just received advice of a 20 p.c
advance
The world is short of almost every kind
of goods and there arc many buyers bid
ding against each other to get their re-
quirment. this causes high pricei
*35"*«^:...-/r.
The longest-
lasting benefit,
the greatest
satisfaction for
your sweet
tooth.
WRIGLEYS
in the sealed
packages.
Air-tight and
impurity-proof.
SEALED TIGHT
KEPT  RIGHT
t
e
Mad*
in
The
Flavour
Last
5       M
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Offlres, Smelting and. Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI      REFINERS
Purchasers of Oold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ore*
Producers of Oold, Silver, Copper, Hluestone, Pig Lead and
Speller TADANAC" Brand. FauE rOUB
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, AUCUST 21, 1919
It's Sunday morning—blazing hot, and pretty near
a whole day before you (or rest and recreation.
First, then—a shave. Whether you are going for a
spin in the car, taking the family to church or visiting
a neighbour, you cannot go with a day's growth of
beard on your chin.
The thought of shaving won't be irksome if you own
a Gillette Safety Razor rather, you think of five
minutes' cool comfort with lhe highest type of
shaving edge ever developed. No man in the world
can command a keener blade than the one you slip
into your Gillette.
And if Gillette shaving gives you an added joy to
your Sunday ,why not take five minutes every morning
for a clean shave as the start for a better day's work.
For $5.00—the price ol the Gillette Safety Razor—you h«ye
your choice of the Standard Gillette Nets, the Pocket Edition
lets (just as perfect, bul more compact), and the Bulldog
Gillette with the stnchy grip. Ask lo see them TODAY el the
■ewellers', druggists' or hardware dealers.
Gillette
Safety Razor
SHRtHette*
Look!! Lookffl
Big Double Fea-
| hire Programme
Charlie Chaplin
KNOWN THE
*WORLO OVEB
DOTTED I III lit 11 SHKVKXS
IV CHAUTAUQUA TKYI
uuitioti, without which our progreBS
I in   llfo  will   lie  very  slow, tlie  more
  I truth wt- can discover the larger mnl
The Presbyterians, Methodists nml better life we cun live. Next to lilm
Baptists held united services In tlie stood u young man und woman ot
Wg (Jhiiuluiiiimi lent un Sunday both | fashion, tlie young mun throwing a
morning anil evening, In the morn-1 penny to u rusged urchin In the same
Ing Major Mills gave tho address uud' spirit us one might throw a bone to
ho drew sonic very good lessons Croat. a dug. The haughty step and tho
the allegory oP thn "Holy Shallow."; pride of lite and the child of the slum
The allegory run somothlng Mm ought all to disappear before the
this: "Once upon a time there llvetl Christ. In the background a demo-
a man who was so gocd that the an- gogtio was pictured liurrnnglng a
gels became Jealous ot him and the great crowd or people and offering
Lord sent a delegation down to earth I them everything under tlie sun If onto enquire Into the particulars, The' ly they would follow him. A change
delegation reported that the secret, ol ot condition without n change ot
bis good life lay In the tact that lie heart that only Christ can give will
"gave ami forgave." He did nit seek not rid the world of Its economic
anything for himself, lull only to do evils. Before the Christ sat a mother
good to others. Ho was therefore with a child in hor lap—an unmnr
given the gift of doing good wlthoul rlo-l mother wltll a child born out or
knowing it—wherever his shadow wedlock. A woman whom the world
would rail, to his right band, to his \ despised, especially the world of wo-
loft band or behind him, It would , men. Tlie father, who was as guilty
leave a bleBslug—It would heal the us she would be admitted Into tiie
sick, cause the grass to grow and tbo i bos' society, but the mother Is scorn
flowers to bloom." j ed and driven away, but she looked
Everyone Is casting either a holy. "P Into the eyes of tlie ClirlBt anil
or an unholy shndow. Evoryono isU**w forgiveness there. The Christ
eiorclslng uu Influence tor either was lo<l to the cross where he gave
good or evil, consciously or uncon-1 his Hie ror the sins of the world, out
sclously upon all they meet. lie elu- °r love for all the human race,
bratcd ills point most beautifully.      i    -,ll's- MacPherson and Mr. Rlchard-
In tho evening Itev. W.  K. Tliom-j sl111 -""'B solos al the evening service,
son, who rormerly occupied the pul-1 Both Bcrvlcos were well attended.
pit of the Presbyterian church here
but who ls now In charge ol a Work-1     WANTED  TO  BUY—Small    stove,
Ingman's church in Edmonton, delivered  an   eloquent   discourse   trom  a|
picture of his own creation.    We will j 	
endeavor to describe the picture. Tho i *-->ST—• Bunch ot keys, padlock and
cenhral riguro was tbe Christ, bound cl,ain, at Itock Cut, on Wardner road,
and ready to ho sacrificed tor tho sins I ■   "llk'B  from    Cranbrook.     Finder
DEZALL'S GARAGE
Repair Work Solicited.    Prices Reasonable
HAS, OIL, AIR, TIRES AND FORD ACCESSORIES IN STOCK
Agents Ior
The Studebaker
IM. SIX LIGHT SIX LIGHT FOUR
II considering buying a car call on utu  II yon have a light car we
will take It on part payment at a reasonable price.
FRANK DEZALL
thereof by public auction or private
contract or partly by public auction
and partly by public contract as I
shall deem proper, and to convey and
aesure the same when so sold unto
the purchaser or .purchasers thereof.
Dated at Cranbrook this Mth day
of August, A. D. mt.
M. A. BEALE,
34-4t        Agent for the Mortgagee.
LABOR UNHKST IN BRITAIN
A VKItV SERIOUS MENACE
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
IN
(,A   DOGS    LIFE,f
HIS-lKSI M'Li'L'fNUOlLAI^P^IURfc  ,
WA.Yi'KK   TO |
bod, tfrussing tables umi Bbatrs. Write
whoro I can see them to P. 0. D-ix 780
-in-
A Dogs Life
His.First riillion Dollar I
Comedy
-Anil-
"Mme Petrova"
In
Tne Light Within
Ihis Friday &
Saturday
AT
-The Rex Theatre-
Prices 20 and 35c
Sat.matineel0&25c
LONDON, Aug. 19.—Disappointment and dissatisfaction that Premier Lloyd (Jeorge In his address in the
House of Commons yesterday Ignored
the general demand for a reduce tion
of national expenditures, is the most
striking comment made by most of
the newspapers today. Friendly and
hostile editorials generally agree that
the premier made an excellent ,plea
for economy in industry and Increased producction and also that he offered some sensible proposals for a
future industrial policy. Such comments, however, are overshadowed in
most of the newspapers by sharp condemnation of what ls termed the premier's failure to recognize the extravagance and waste ln government departments and his failure to grasp
resolutely "this nettle." Newspapers
of widely different views declare the
premier's speech showed the government has no policy and does not
know Its own mind.
The
llrltlsh Columbia University or any
other Canadian University. The
Scholarship will be awarded to the
son of any employee of tho Company
who has made the best standing in
the 1919 Mutriculation examination
for entrance into Applied Science.
The offer is one that is open to sons
of working men of the Company
working for day wages whether living at Trail, Rossland, Alnsworth,
Eholt, Klmberley, Moyie or elsewhere
Application must be accompanied
with statement of marks obtained,
his father's name and position In the
Company held by his father.
premier's proposals on the
coal situation are generally criticised
Advocates of the coal Industry express indignation and accuse the government of breaking its .promise to
carry out the findings of the Sankey
commission. The Herald, a labor paper, notified the government that the
workers are determined to have nationalization and that the rejection I er<
$5940 REWARD
For Information leading to the arrest
of the person or persons who stole a
Urafophone aid records from fran*
brook Golf Club.
A.B.MA<DONAM>,
Secretary.
In the Matter of the Winding-up Act,
of the Revised Statutes of Canada,
and amending Acts, and ln the Matter of the LOCOMOTIVE OIL AND
GAS  COMPANY, LIMITED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, CONTBIB-
IfT'ARIES, .SHAREHOLDERS,
MEMBERS AND OTHERS.
Pursuant to the WInding-Up Order
ln the metter of the Locomotive Oil
and Gas Company, Limited, 30th June
1919, the undersigned Master In
Chambers at the Court House, Calgary, Alberta, will on Friday, September Sth, 1919, at 11 o'clock forenoon, appoint the Canadian Credit
Men's Trust Association, Limited, or
such other party as may seem prop-
Permanent Liquidator of the Lo
ot the Sankey report, which favored
such a course, will provoke "direct
action.". Tills view expressed editorially today, was offered by Labor-
ites who followed the premier in the
house of commons yesterday and the
Labor leaders who expressed an Intention to oppose the government ln
every way ln an effort to bring about
its downfall.
CONSOLIDATED  SCHOLARSHIP
SOON TO BE AWARDED
of thc world.   Near him stood a phll-l -,le"
DSOpher with ii  telescope to IiIh  eye
looking at the stars and endeavoring j
to find out the truth, representing
return to Hotel Cranbrook.
Tlie Now York Evening World said,
"The Heart of Humanity" was one of
tlu- most stirring films ever presented In New York. This is the extra
i tl ruction thnt plays Cranbrook Aug, 29tll and 30th.
WANT ADS.
STAR SECOND HAND STORE
Wn nre always nt tlie other end of
Plione 9. Kor anything in the furniture lino- if you want to buy, sell or
exchange, ring plione it. Good pricos
given for nil kinila nf furniture.
Applications for the Scholarship to
be given by the Consolidated Mining
and Smelting Company for the
course In Science should be made immediately as the Scholarship will
have to be awarded before the end of
the month.
The terms of the Scholarship were
that the Company would give $500.00
per year for the Applied Science
course, the course to be taken at the
comotive Oil and Oas Company, Limited, and let all parties then attend.
Dated at Calgary this 14th day of
July, A. D. 1019.
"L. T. CLARRY,"
M. C.
HANNAH ft STIRTON,
Solicitors for Liquidator.
NOTICE   OE
EXERCISING
OF SALE
POWER
To George Snider: You are hereby required to take notice that default has been made In, the payment
of the Interest and principal moneys
secured by a certain Indenture of
mortgage dated the 25th day of February, A. D. 1019, made by John O.
Cummlngs, as mortgagor, to Alexander McBride, mortgagee, over and upon the following described lands and
premises, namely:
Sub-lot number 7, (less 20 acres)
In district Lot 4590, Group I, East
Kootenay, British Columbia, and
which mortgage was assigned to Ella
Uashbrook, of London, Ontario, by
assignment dated 4th May, 1914.
And further take notice that I,
Myles A. Beale, Agent for the said
Mortgagee, demand payment of the
sum of Twenty-One Hundred dollars,
being the amount due for principal
and Interest.
And further take notice that unless
the said Mortgage moneys and interest are paid within one month from
the date of the appearance of this notice, In tlie Cranbrook Herald, I, the
said Myles A. Beale, on behalf of the
said Mortgagee, will proceed to enter Into possession of the said land
and premises, and proceed and take
the rents, issues and profits thereof,
and whether ln or out of possession
of the same to make any lease or
leases thereof or of any part thereof
as I shall see fit, and also to sell and
absolutely dispose of the said lands
and premises or any part or parts
See
"The Heart
of Humanity"
Next week
Fri. & Sat.
AT THE
REX THEATRE
Time
Evenings
7.30 and 9.30
Adults 50c
Chrildren
Under 14-25c
Sat. Matinee At 2,30
Adults 35c
Children
Under 14 20c
We Pay the Tax
PROVINCE   OF   BRITISH   (GLUM*
BIA-DEPABTKENT OF LANDS
WATEB BIGHTS MUNCH
Certificate .1 Appr.nl
1. Whereas the Columbia Valley
Irrigated Fruit Lands Limited la a
Company Incorporated under the
Companies Act of the Dominion ol
Canada, Its objects and powers as set
out In its License to carry on business in this ProTlnce published ln the
British Columbia Qasette of lst August 1912, at page 7160, extending to
and Including the construction or operation of work, for the supply or
utilization of water.
2. And wherena Ihe said Company
has been granted two conditional 11-
censes for conveying .purpose, one
numbered 3922 authorising the ill
version, carriage nnd distribution of
water trom Bruce Creek, Eight Mile
Creek, Neave Creek, Lake Lillian,
Wilmer Lake and Wilmer Creek to
the lands known as th. Wilmer Division, and the other numbered 3923
authorlilns the diversion, carriage
and distribution of water from Ooldle
Creek and its tributaries to the lands
known as the Lake Division.
3. And whereas tbe aald Company
has, after due notice, by petition filed
on the 21st day of September 1918,
petitioned for the approval of Its undertaking.
4. And whereas no valid objection
has been filed against the said petition.
5. And whereas tbe plans for the
diversion, carriage and distribution
. tne said water have been approval
by the Comptroller ot Water Rights
and parts of the said works have been
constructed and part of the water has
been put to beneficial use.
6. This is to certify that the proposed undertaking of the Columbia
Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Limited
as set out in the said petition (so far
as it relates to the diversion, carriage
and distribution ot water as authorized by Licenses for conveying purpose and numbered 8922 and 3128) Is
hereby approved, subject to the
terms and conditions of the Water
Act 1914 and to the following terms
and conditions'.—*
7. Any License which shall be Issued to replace the said Licenses
numbered 3922 and 3923 or either of
them shall notwithstanding the Issue
of this certificate be subject to readjustment by the Board of Investigation.
8. The amount of the capital of the
Company which has been subscribed
and paid up is deemed sufficient for
the purpose of the proposed undertaking.
9. The works for the diversion,
carriage and distribution of the water
shall be maintained ln an official
manner and shall be reconstructed
by the Company when necessary.
10. The territory within which the
Company may exercise its powers so
far aa the same relate to said conditional License No. 3922 and to the
Wilmer Division of the undertaking
hereby approved, ahall consist of the
following lots in Group I, Kootenay
Olstrlct, vis.:—
lots 1734, 4090, 4??6, Iiii, 7881,
-!"S and 379, aublots (163A), (163B).
MHO, 103D),and I163E) of Lot 4696;
those parte ot Lots 876, 6119, 7882
and of aublot (108) lying to th. north
and weet of Toby Creek; Lot 370 except the 8. W. 1-4 of the 8. E. 1-4
thereof; and Lot 177 except a portion thereof described aa follows:
commencing at a post planted on the
west -bank of Columbia River distant
1320 feet north and 7343 feet east
from the southwest corner of said
Lot 377; thence west -2068 feet;
thence south 1820 fMt; thence west
6280 feet; thence north 2040 feet;
thence east 1820 fMt; thence north
1296 feet; thence east 1620 feet;
thence north-1296 feet; thence east
6140 feet more or less to the west
bank of said Columbia River; thence
southerly following th. Mid west
bank up stream to th. j-olnt of commencement,
11. The territory within which the
Company may exercise Its powers so
far m th. Mm. r.late to said conditional License No. 3918 and to. the
Lake Division of the undertaking
hereby approved, shall consist of
Lota 210, (save 2,66 acres), 1007,
1008, 1092, 7166, 4010, 6119 and legal
subdivisions 1 and 2 of Lot 876, all
in Croup I, Kootenay District.
12. This Certificate shall not ln any
way be deemed an approval of the
plans of any works covered by the
proposed undertaking or to authorise the construction of any auch
works, but shall have th. effect only
ot a certificate issued under the provisions of Section 11 of th. "Wnter
Act 1914" and ahall be subject to
such provisions.
13. Thla Certificate shall not In
any way be deemed to admit that any
rights conferred hy Chapter 63 of the
Statutes of 1911 on the Columbia Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands Limited, a
company Incorporated under the
Companies Act 1897 of the Province
of British Columbia are now held hy
the Company to which this certificate la (ranted.
Dated at Victoria, B, C, thla 17th
day of June, UU.
T. D. PATTOLLO,
**
WATER .NOTICE
(Diversion and Use)
Take notice that Mrs. Lewis, whose
address is Cranbrook, B. C, will apply for a license to take and use One
Miners' Inch of water out of Smith
Creek, also known as Hospital Creek,
which flows easterly and drains into
St. Joseph's Creek, about "i mile below Cranbrook Townslte. Tlie water
will be diverted from tlie stream nt a
.point about uu 8, Block 149. Registered Plan 669C Cranbrook Townslte
nnd will be used for Domestic anil Irrigation purposes uiimi tho laud described as Lots », B ntnl 111. Block I4»
Registered Plan 0091'.
This  notice   was   posted    on    tiio
ground on tho 29th day of July, 11119.
A ropy of this notice and nmilipll-
cation pursuant theroto anil to tin-
"Wotnr Act. 1914," will bo riled In tlm
office of tlie W'ntor Recorder at t'rnn-
brook, II. ('. Objections tn the application may be filed with tho sali]
Water llecordor or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria. B. ('., within fifty
days after the first appearance of
this notice in a local newspaper.
MRS. LEWIS,
Applicant.
The date of the first publication of
this notice is August 7th, 1919.
LAND BF.018TBY AIT
(Section 24).
In the matter of Lot I, Block 12,Town
of  Kimberley,   Mali  064,  Kootenay
District!. •    .
Proof having been tiled in my office
of the loss of Certificate of Title No.
4669-1, to the above mentioned Lot, ln
the name of John Donnld Mason, and
being dated the 9tli day of August,
1917, 1 hereby give notice of my intention at the expiration of one calendar montii from the first publication hereof to issue to the said John
Donald Mason a fresh Certificate of
Title in lieu of such lost Certificate.
Any person having any Information
with reference to such lost Certlfi-
Icate with the undersigned.
Dated nt the Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B. C„ this 21st day of Mr.y.
1919.
E. S. STOKES,
District Registrar of Titles.
Date of first publication July Kith,
1919. 28-61
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Open* August 1st on
Cranbrook St. opposite to
the  Canadian   Hank   of
Commerce.
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is Concerned
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