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Array THE CRANBROOK
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THl'HSIl   - H'.Nl    Btl
NIIiHni:il    21
HELP    TO    WIN    THE    WAR    BY
ECO
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MY    AND    PRODUCTION
s
M CONTINENT
Sunday Spokesman, June 2nd 1018
tleo, A. Storm of Vancouver l». C.
was thru Sookano Ihla week on n
CoaUt to Coact trip will) a bicycle
Mr. Storm furnlBhes Ilia own motor
power, ami Ih expecting to claim u
$1000. wagor, when Ito i-<it;- lo Hall-
fax N. s. providing lie makes tlu*.
i rip on tlie Bamo BQt <>r Urea he
started rut with, Mr. storm CAtuo
by w»y of Sonttle and took the train
through Siiotinuliule l';iH.< Mr, Storm
registered on tho vlsltora book at the
office of tin* Inland Auto Association in thu empire state building
Tut'sday. Mr storm arrived lu ('ran- \
brook Monday oveulng IobI ami lotl
for tlu* Bust on Wednecday.
■n—g— ——i
Tho home of Mr. aud Mrs 1). Starrttt
was the Beene of a pretty wedding on
Monday June 3rd when theli daughter
Martha Geneva became the hrld€ o.'
Christopher G. Borgstrnm. The bride
was gowned in white crepe silk with
veil and orange blossoms and carried
a boquet of cream ro3es. She was
attended by Miss Klla Gilpin who
was also dressed in while Bilk while
the groom was supported by Wilfred
Starrltt.
A number of friends und relatives
of the bride and groom witnessed the
■ceremony and partook of the dainty
refreshments. The happy couple were I
ihe recipients of many •.ctuitiful gifts.|
!imi ,$^U%Ws ->
Jlite'i^liilMi
•■;. -U*1 v..As
Canada's Registration
Its Purpose and Application
CANADA faces the gravest crisis in her history. Four years of war have taken from
the Dominion a heavy toll in lalent and lahor, yet despite lhe shortage of man
power, our Allies still depend on Canada lo maintain !i-r own liijliting fortes at (ull
strength and io increase her exports of (ootl and war materials, so vital to them, antl to
the successful prosecution of tlie war.
Every ounce hy which Canada can increase her fond production and every ounce Canada
can save in her food consumption is needed (or export to the Allies.
Should the war continue (or another year, food cards and a rationing system may have to
be instituted.   It is the duty of Canada to he prepared (or whatever situation circumstances
may force upon her.
It is quite probable that before the war is won our Government may have to place
restrictions upon the occupations in which men and women may engage. In such an
event the Government wishes to be in a position to render all possible assistance in
keeping our population usefully and profitably employed.
Registration Day, June 22nd
These conditions point lo the necessity of Canada
knowing the exarit capabilities nf her men nnd
women at Imnie.
All persons residing in Canada, male or tanalc.
British or aiipii oi 16 years and over, will bo r-Htuired
to reijisier 0,1 June 22nd and truthfully answer lhe
questions set forth upon the registration card.
It iii not thi* Government's intei tion t<>
labour in any form, but lu assist in direct in
conscript
•It wisely,
so that every available unit of human energy may be
utilized lo tlie best advantage.
The information procured through registration will
be used as an aid to lhe Military Aulhoritif s in procuring the men necessary tn maintain "Canada's
First Line of Defence"— lo mobilize all units oi avail*
aide labor in lhe Dominion and direct litem from less
essential lo move essential occupations— lo establish
and intelligently administer a system of food rationing
should that become necessary.
2d by authority of
Canada Registration Board
RMUBBJ *C"iiMM^.V-^T*7^ar
^•.rTOFrrTTV.'TMKVT^^
, POLICE GUT NOTES
■ •••-'•
CANADA
PUBLIC NOTICE
DOCUMENTS TO BE
ED
by every male person who is not on active service in any of His Majesty's Naval or Military
Forces, or in the Naval or Military Forces of any of His Majesty's Allies, and who apparently
may be, or is reasonably suspected to be, within the description of Class One under the
Military Service Act, 1917, who for any reason may have claimed that he is not within Cla:,*...
One under the Act.
^JOTK'E is hereby given thnt, under the provisions ol an Ordo
(P.C. I018J, of the 20th April, 1918, upon and after the Isti
1918. every male person who is not on active service in any of iVinl
Navel or Military Forces, or in the Naval or Military FVircw of Ui« Maj ity's
Allirs, and who apparently may be, or in reaaonabl) Biier* i •■ d lo lie. within
ihr description of Clin One under the Military Service Ah, i*1.", by whom
or on whose behalf, ii is at any time affirmed, claimed or alleged that hcis nut,
whether by reason of age, Mains, nationality, exception* or otherwise, within
Cla* One Wider the Military Service Act, 1017, aa defined for the lime being
or that, atlhoiifih within the hit id CU«8j lie is exempted from or not liable lo
military service; slmll have with him Upon hit. person at all times or m «>r
upon any lnitlilti)(- nr premfeee where he hi any lime is.
AGE
If it be claimed that be is not within the class by reason of age, an nlli ' '
certificate of the date „f life birth, or a certificate of bis ago signed by i
reputable citfieni reeiding Iii the community in which he Uvea and bat
knowledge of the fact; or
MARRIAGE
If it be rimmed that he i- qo! within ilie < Wrtu b> reason ol marriage, fi
certificate, either ofiicial or signed by two reputable citinciia residing In tho
community in which he lives and having knowfedgfl of tho facta, eertifying to
bii marriage and that his wife is living; or
NATIONALITY
If It be claimed that be is not within the Clan by reaeonlpf hie nationality,
a certificate of his nationality signed by a Consul or Yiri-('or.t-*:iil of tin- foreign
State or Country to which he claims his allegiance, il duo) or&piwporl Inuecl
by the Government of that Cmmtry esiabtishing ids nationality; or
ACTIVE SERVICE
If it be claimed that he ii excepted u a member of, any .of ilia Majesty's
forces or as h»riag since tha 4th August, 1914, icrwed in',the Military or
Naval Forces of Great Britain or her Allies in any theatrp uf mltialfcar ami lma
been honourably discharged therefrom, ofiicial documents orian f-Wl certificate evidencing the fact; or
CLERGY
If it be claimed that ha is excepted as a member I of the clergy, for of any
recognised order of an eiolutivaly religious character, or is a mlafsler of ti
religious denomination existing tu Canada on iHHh Aug«dt, 1017, or *t being it
"ouacil member >>f any other sooictj or body, a certificate of tiie fact signed by an
,f June, oflice-hold t competent so toci rtify under the regulations of the church, ordci
or denonijuation, society t.: b. dy, lo which he belongs] or
EXEMPTION
ii in' claimed that he is exi mpted from or not Liable to military servii
■ ti of any exemption granted or claimed or application pending under i!
v Service Act, 1017, or tin* regulations thereundfer, bis exemptlc
or a certifieati of the Registrar or Deputy Registrar of the dislrii
il, ho belonga evidencing the fact; or
OTHZTR CLASS
If it be claimed thm he is not within the Class, or thnt he is exempted, r
liable or excepted upon any other ground, & certificate of two reputable citis?
"'■•tiding in ibe community wliere lie lives having knowledge of the fact up
which the claim is founded and certifying thereto;
FAILURE TO CARRY REQUISITE EVIDENCE
Ifupe
without  til
building
person nt tl
without leal
r pr
day of June. IMS, any such male person be found
ice or certificate upon his person or In or upon tho
lob he Is, he shall thereupon be presumed to be a
r military service und to be a destrier or defaults
PENALTY
Ind b<
ffiOor loin
shall aisn i'<* bitbie upon summary eon
tprisonmeul for a petod not exceed in
iprisa ii   .', and moreover, auv bik
juii summary conviction too line not exoeeding
ng one month, or lo both euch
ft..e and impriso ii .', and moVeover, any aueh person may forthwith In*
taken Into military custody and may be there, detained and required lo perform military duly in the Canadian Expeditionary Force ho long as hie services
elmll beT*cquircd, unless or until ibe fact be established to the satisfaction ol
competent authority that he is nol liabte for military duty.
FALSE CERTIFICATE
The use, signing or giving of any such certificate a* hereinbefore mentioned shall, If.tho certificate be in nny material respect false or misleading to tho
knowledge of tlie person using, signing, or giviiig ihe same, be un offence,
punishable, upon summary conviction, by a penally nol exoeeding five hundred
dollars, ami by Imprisonment for any term not exoeeding six months and nol
leas than one month. *
ISSUED BY THE MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Ottawa, May 'i'l, 1918.
JURE WEDDING
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New Middies
AND
Wash Skirts
rhese are beautifully made and   >
moderately   priced,   many   styles  to
choose from.
Qui ing  Hats
Pretty summer hats made of linen (
and crash, in white and all colours,
also panamas and fine straws.
New Summer Muslins
re cue   i! ■ ■
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Exclusive patterns and designs in
J   muslins ana voi'es, many prettvchecks
wo &  and tancy stripes also floral designs.     , ►
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CreeryBros.
Cranbrnok'- Dry Goods and Clothing Store
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Try   "MY  OWN"   Gopher
Poison
Guaranteed to Kill-Em-Quick
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ONE s IJAKbR STREET-
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Cranbrook  Drug & Book Co.
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Your food will continue to dis-
iiKrt'c ■ and cause dis
tress i icn your
.:        ,.    ■   1 torn an !
sweeten th You can
do this rii,:.' :, and surely by
promptly taking afewd isesol
Commencing Juni Sth
'ars Palmolive Soup  FRFE with  each purchase
I Palmolive Vanishing dream or Cold Cream.
;r ' ' Palmolive S i«p FREE with  eaeh tin Palm-
<i/:i>e Talcum Powder.
Watch our Windows
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IV. j. 'TfHI"OV luapt,
mitii t:
mitii t:
Thi ir natural action relieves
the stomach of undigested food,
stimulates the How of gastric
juii e, renew:. the activity of
thi liver and bowels, and
strengthens the digestive sys.
tem. Take them with confidence, for i Oyeans' experience
prove thai Bi ichtvni's Pills
Are good for
i® Stow
La.,-*-.',* S.UtofAnT M>tljii<u: ;.. UmWmU
!inUl i'*tff*rwlivri'.    In lnm>, 25c.
I 0HT MIKI.J. HmVMlK
pw   ■      '•' 01 .■ k i- hereby Riveu by the un-
1  ,    fttl m for    i< rslgnod, actlof untltr the provision?
0|   ol        Highway Act Amendment Act,
17, that   North Star Avenue, Port
teele Townslte, from the Southwest
I ry line nf Itocky Mountain Av-
tiuc to tin- north cast boundary line
I Oalbralth Avenue, Is hereby dlscon-
ipd nnd closed to traffic, and slity-
\% tit (06 ft.) adjoining to the south
aid North Star Avenue is open
in iraffle in  lieu thereof, In accord-
ncc with plan registered at tbe Land
ti;    try Ofllce, Kamloopr.
J, H. KING,
Minister of public Works.
V rtoria, it C, 'Jhtii May, ial8      21-6t
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.it firit publication, May 30th,
i!l Ut
Bidt will be recelvod by the under-
.-ii 'i p to Saturday Evening the
eighth of June for furnl-ihlnr the
Prov. Dopt, of Public Work* with
a Mfch powered aeoond hand auto*
mobile, Dldttera plo-ue itate particulate and price.
J. C, CummlngB,
Watrlrt   EAftater. THF CRANBROOK HFR Un
*&>
I     ''     l'    TIII'M:
Wedding Gi/ts of
Quality at Papula r
Prices
II Jii,.; always lu-t-n our
aim to maln.lo.ln a very lilgli
standard of quality lu our
wadding idfis. Thla year wo
illmvo ii varlaty of choice
difficult       in equal,
which .von will find both
ok Hi,, quality Is tho highest
-the designs tho newest-
ond tho prices vory iilrasing.
s» our Juno WtiWIn    fllfts
M. 1b. Wilson
.it: maun
TOWN TOPICS
TIIK  < HAMfltOOk   II i: KA 1.1)
■•-^rli i""i  ay
kjf*Jimjiliiiiii im ■ i ~'\i'.
M. A. Ili'iilr, lililor uud SiTi-rtiir
Cumin k, II. (.. Ji  lull, llll--
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pi-'
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i     HATCHING EGGS
SPECIAL
ICnamal  llr I Pans
klnaniol    Wh-Ii    llnslns
linamol I'rescrvlng Kettles
all 6 1 mine nl "dels e Inl
while   thoy   lasl,
SEE     WINDOW
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -     B.C
Kllby frames picture..
Small   modern  cottage  to  let,  t
nlshed.   Apply to Heale H Elweli.
Safety Deposit Vault anil Boxes nt|
Heale fi QlweH's.   Terma modernte.
Roy Procter ami Hugh Woods lefi
nn Sunday tu reporl fur military duty
I Mr. .1. K. UeAiuvm the lute tiookespei-
ut P  Bums nnd Co, loft on Satuiday
for   Laitlibrlilga   Alia.
j Mrs S. E, Barnes and children of
i city left '-a Saturday 8tli for
I Culgary are rloiling hor Blsler, Mrs
i 13. A, Jonos.
Miss n Minor of Pullman Wash, is
visiting al the homo nf Mr and Mrs
W   K  Attrldgo.
Mr   Ull)' Mnltaffy line been  trans
(erred fr  tho Medicine lint to Hie
Crnnhi h ran mi tho C   P. It
Mr, mid .Mis. It. .1. Ili'linni of Un.,
BasBiinu, Alta. where Mr. Iteburn
lias bt en Iransferrod,
The' I lining  Itoniu  at  the   By,   V.  '
M. i'. A. will reopen Monday morning
next under Now Mnmigoineitl.
  I '
Como iu unit let ns show yuu the
new "tleyser" Electric Washer. It's
[In "Tip Topper"- Patmore BroB,
liiipi'ui, ,1  Bred*t»-ltl* Blllglu I ti
ll III! I   l,K(ill01l\S
1 ! wm-c1 ■ i Want to
it I. i turn  i t n'li'i ii i mm: tn
1647
IRoget' JBros
vll 11 II  I'l. Ill    I'll IT  IVK'HS
!• i! i c i:s
In- Slnndurd Tlirniiirhtnil
(aiiuilti
Raworth Bros.
Nexl lu I'osl Ofllce
i. P. ll. Milch luspeclors,    Optlelniis
I QUEEN'S
^.UNIVERSITY
"'.T KINGSTON
.,, ONTARIO
■iXS'Jl.5 ARTS
MEDICINE        EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
[vll. Mechanical
J ■   [neerina.
HOME STUDY
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Summer School     Navi-*,.*.   .
Jul*/ a*n,. Auvtiit Dbc-mh:
GEO. v. I HOV
Know
Itakel     .
j
it the cart or
;;: carriage  is  perfectly    %
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TIIK 110*11   IIAKKHY
Unlit. Frame, Prop,
■ri'sli Bread, Cakes, Ties
nmi I'ii^1 r-
Plioue :I7
j    .Norbury Av.       Opp  city Hull
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TIIK
COEUR DALENE
Spokane, Washington
tiik hoi i i   with  v
itiisoyu it*
This   bOUte   bus    Hi,
bapp) llstloctlun of be
inn iii, favorite itop-
plng plate In Bpokaue
lor Un' people of Brlttah
Columbia We appreciate
HiIh patronage ami do
oTBrythlng Id out power
tn make fou comfortable
Our location l» Bicellonl
rlose to ilr-'tit Northern station
and 0 W it * N Mllwauke
ii'rmlnai, mul within a mla'ito'a
walk (nun the principal business
houses and place, "( amnsenienl
N<-i'   Mi'niits.iln   nil   Hoof
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR   CANADIAN   HOMES
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of nny reason why
Ultra should not be on* in your |
Imiiie?
H,    Dqim,    l'»nbrook    April
Lei the little Hamilton Bead. Motor w A
run your Sewing Maciriiie, Phone ua !l,,; •''l'
for a Tree trial.   Pntni re Bro-i ■ '''   '■
Rooms lo let in Hanson Block, fur-  Tlinujji
nlshetl or unfurnished, suitable  tor 1 l,oun ' :'
' family.   Apply to Beale & SI will,      ;' 'lll:":i
  , rtld'nl la
Mrs McCalvry of Creston lias been
the guest of .Mrs 10. L. Bidder for the      Tlie ■"'
juisi  week and returns to Creeton   Wn'  Prci
on   Friday. | Sabbath
Don't get that washing machine un-   "'"l!
ill you have neen tlie "tleyner" Blec-   "0!1
trie al   Patmore Bros,    It's the last j tneuibei
word in washers. Bri 8***-'1 '
The sinr second hand store, list ofj
bargains this week. Dominion Organ |
12 Btops, 2 knee swells fine tone,
119.00.
The regular montlily meeting ol
tho I. O. i). v.. wll be held tu the
L'ouni il < iiatnlyr.i on Prldn> -ifteruoon
June. 14th. at 3, p. in.
Mr, J. P, n.v.-ii from Calgorj Br-
rlved in the city li si week to take up
tlie position as boo>eeper al P.
Intriis   aii'l   Company's store
We are demonstrating lhe lltth
Hamilton Beach "Sew E-K" Sewing
Machine Motor,   Come in and nee ll
or phone for a fret- trial -    Pa till on
Bros.
Highest prices paid for Hides, l'nr*-
Metals, Scrap Iron, Bottles. Old Machinery, and Pipe. Western Hide and
Junk Co., Ltd.. Calgary, Alta. Refer
ence, Merchants Hank.
The tnuual meeting and election
nf officer., of (he w a to the a W
V A hns been postponed ■nun.
Monday June tin* 10th commencing
al 8 ii.ni sharp, All members are
urgently requested to attend
Mr H Supple ind Mr Peel ol
Calgary were peek end guests of
Mr and Mrs George Hogarth
al PreniierUkc Mr Suppli was for
lunate in landing the only tlah caughl
during iho holidays ; i sovei; pouutli r
\ largi crowd of fisherman were
camped al Premier Lake last weak
end but ' e weathei wan stormy and
the bin fish were not In evidence.
Mr Geo Nlblock wishes to announce
thai he is moving hie tailor shop ami
cleaning and pressing works to the;
store formerly occupied by the Morris;
Qua In Klectrit Co, one door south of
ni- presi nt shop on Norburj Ave
Cranhrook Dlstrtcl Autn Aisocta
Hun will 111 thelt aonual moel al
Oreen Pay on Wednesday afternoon
June ihe puh nnd will take the form
Of a  basket   plcnlfl   with  a   big   ddtlCl
oln the evening. Pull particular! in
nexl week's Herald
ai  a juiiit  n ting of tin   Ladles
Auxiliary  ami  the   ibers  of the
Q    W   V.  A    held ai   the Club Rooms
last Thursday Evening, it wns decided
t that lhe Ladles would hold a "Social'
Entertainment" at an early date, of
: to help raise funds for thn Benefit nf
I tokiny   up   laud   under!he     Soldiers
■ Soldiers   t Ittg   Up   1'ind     under   the
Soldier    Betflomenl   Act.
;    Mr. U. A. Kay left on Saturday for
, Medicine   Hut.   whe're   tie   will   stay
i for a  week, prior to taking it  trip
| Kast   to   attend the    Convention of
! the  Canadian   Press  Association   in
Toronto.. Ho will  be   accompanied
on his trip Baal by his brother Mr.
T.   II,   Kay of    Medicine  Hat   .    Mr.
Kay hns accepted a position on the
staff of the Medicine Hat Dally News,
uud   w!|l  on  his  return  take  up  his
new dutlon.   He was well known lu
tho so'ri.-! Mid    musical    circle:   and
especial ly    iu    connect tun   with   ihe
Parker's Orchestra, of which  he waa
u member.
o\
I'.nsi:
IS ( 1,1'lf
Meets
in Mm
lu   llnll  rieeoutl
Tuesdaj
of  every  uiontli  at 8
li. in.
.Mem In
rslitn o
pen   to  Urltntii
citlzeoa.
Vlsltli
g   in imlierB   cordially
welcome
.
IS. Y. Br
uke.
J. F. Lower,
Prea
ilent.
Secretary
I.O.O, I.
til \ in \ I hum:, Xo u
M  i :
M
, itornltj
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellow,
cordially It   Ited
E. n. Mi fn."      w   '
Secy N. tl.
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WOHKTCS INSTITI1TK
*„ Meets   In   tin
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j£At£ i.rt.-.........   of
JC*^^lSi4^!C   i'l.", ii... w
It    iM.'1'iirnin.'
joey, Mrs. .1 \v. Durtou, I', o Dos 821
All l.'.li.'.- cordially Invited
I.HIM.AW  &   l)KWO.,V
I hit anil '(filing Kiiglni'vrN
II. ('. I,nnil Siii-w'.ii.ri
CRANB1100K, u' C.
I'I! IMIKIMIlt    I IIT'l'Al.l:
HIISI'ITII,
I'rl..ti.' Vur-lng ll.'tni'
lllllrl'liil.l   null  f.i'ili'i.ll   'mm.ill
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We take particu-
• Mrs with our
: les   and  see
that they  are in
a safe condition.
I ht :i id we sell will give satis
factory   service.    The prices are right.
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If vou
with
waul
vour
satisfaction
WMlltl'l.
Bend
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.a      I   fforwardltig nnd  Dlatrlbutlng
; Api-nt for
I.i ililiriilgi-and Oreenhlll Coal
li..|.i lint (Ml fn,
Dlatrnutlon Curs a Specialty.
Iiiujii s nmi   rntnsi'i-ri'iiiK
Olven !>r.i.:i|t attention
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Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
"f i anatla. Limited
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THE CRANfmoOK HERALD
THURSDAY, JUNE I1TH. 1918
DISTRICT NEWS
Crunbrook Lund District
District of Bust Kootcim)
MAUYSV1LLK
Goldie Hodgson wus b vidtor to
Pernie ou Friday.
Jimmy Miller baa received notice
to report at Willows Gump Victoria
for military duty.
Mrs B. Keer recently donated $60.00
to the St, Dunetans home Tor Blind
Soldiers. The money was the proceeds of a ruffle for n pure bred
Ayreshlre  oulf.
ELKO  NOTES BY  I*'I.K1>  ROD
There is little use In "Colonel
Roosoveli " who renl name is Roo,
bul he just added the Veil so lie could
use  more  in!,    mourning over what
"W - > ».   •  '■•»•»' th. K,!ot,a"r?"o:oSlo1n'L;LlT11lu0.'
fact that the United suites was not tends to apply for permission lo pur-;
in   thin  war  aevernl    yenrs  earlier, chase Un following.described lands:-
becniise   if they had the war might Commencing al a post planted ft the
.      .. S. E. corner ol lot 3903; thence south.
Imve been ended by now, and as the .,„ ... ;li||,. , 11V ,,,tsi    .,{)   Hmimt. j
wrrlghter just returned trom Montann, thonco north 20 cluiins; thence west!
you can het vour bottom dollar ,.that 30 chains to place of commencement,
your  Uncle Sam Is awnlte at lasl containing 40 acres  excopting there-1
.,,   , ,. , * from lhe righi of way of the Cunadtan
and will deliver the goods. pacific Railway Company.
Thereupon   the  Kaiser,  ihe silly old .   Harry Rymell, Applicant
INVBRiMBRH
( ass )
Date. 1
Da
I' -May. 1018,
if first publication May HO. 191S
  21-ilt ,
such   is   i.ipi-:
BngMsh newspapers lately to hand
place Capt. D. II. H. Carllle of
Splllimaohone amongst the " mission"
As a private Individual Mr. Carllle I
was a large rancher at Sptlllmacbene
a little settlement lo Ihe north of Ibis
place. He left here for the Old Country in L914 shortly alter the dec'.i.ra-
tlon ot the war for tbe purpose of join-1
ing up
He Is the only son and heir of sin
Mildred Carlil.fi M P., and or Lnd> !
Carllle. ot England a gentleman who
a little over u year ago made a botjueRl
of 100,000 pounds U Bedford Ll dies
College of London England :is a memorial to his late mother. In addition to his other agricultural interests Capt. B, K. Carllle has a large
farm   near   Wetasklwin,  Alberta.
u steadily    losing Is simply,   alas
Ho never gol out of the primary clnsa
lu Camouflage.
Puller-Prunes        My Tuesdays are meatless,
Mr   John  Stenhouso   of ihe Mer-     .My  Wednesdays are  wheal
chants   Hank.    Lethbrldge  Alia,  and   i am getting mora eatless oi
aevernl   friends   were   the  guests  of     My home 11 is tientless,
Amherst Coltttgo, River-]    My bod ll is shoetless,
I'll sent tn thi   Y. M. C. a.
Private Ronald Cummlngs, who enlisted in Revfilstoke in 1014, joining
tbe 54 tli Battalion and who was
severely wounded on litre than one
occasion has been in here visiting
old friends. He is on his way to Victoria to be passed npo by Ihe medical  board.
The annual stoke competition, nine
hole medal play held by tlie Invermere Coir and CountryClubon their
grounds on Saturdny. The following
are tlie winners with their net scores;
G. E. Pariiam 45; C. C. T. Harcourt 47
J. A. Ponnimaii 4S; .1. C. Oemmotl 49;
Others taking part were Miss Pitls.
Messrs. W. H. Stoddarl, A. M. Chls-
holm, (Jus. Erlckson Harold E. Porster
George A. Bennett, A. B. Fisher T. A.
Pope, A. ('. Cuthbert, R C. St ickdnl *
•J. Taynton, W  Weir.
• • •
F ORT   STEELE
The Hon. Mr. Bowser, leader of the
Opposition and Mr. M. P. Gordon of
Oak Bay Victoria. Conservative organiser for B. C. passed through Fort
Steele on their way lo the Columbia
Valley via the K. c. R, on Thursday
last.
George B. Watson has been appointed constable under thi new Forestry
Act.
Mra E. Howard of Klmberley Is
visiting with her sister Mrs E, Johnson of Fort Sttele.
The Rev. Mr. Harrison of Cranbrook will officiate at Communion!
Service held at St. Johnn Church on
Sunday next the 9th.
MrH B. W. Werdaen and family have
left Port Steele for Nelson where
they will spend a few weeks vacation with her sister.
ECZEMA
Come In and we will tell you sorao-
tlilnB about what ll. D. f. Prescription niuilu In Hit I>. li. li. Laboratories
uf Toronto, litis accomplished ln your
own neighborhood. Your money buck
tiniest; the first bottle ri'llcvoti you.
The Licmid Wash
Cranbrook Drag k Book Co.,
Cranbrcok, B. C.
WANT ADS.
Oarli    Roglstor,    National,
Tent :     condition  new,  1I1-1L'
*m.oii
•ts.nti
Tin' Inir-rooi
iftei  la
PATRIOTIC     FUND
Iteei ived from the Crows Nest
yees
•'62.76
Mrs A. ll.
ililo Park thin iveoli end, ' Tlu
Mr ti. Dlnsdnle, Deputy Custom*
collector of the porl of floosevlllo was
a   Pontic   visitor   ilils   week.  Albert |    	
Milts of Vulcan, late of B. C. tho ninnj |.:„,.|| (iny i s,.t |iooror and wiser,
iiiui made Milwaukee ieulous, Was In      My stockings nre tootloss,
Elko tills wook shaking hands with old   \iy trow;, rs im. ssatleaa,
friends,   Messrs   James    Black ami   m,.|    h„„    i ,|„ hate     Kaiser
Jack Colvln two ot the musi popular
travellers  on  the road, both expert
snlcsmen,    known    ns  the  Siamese
Twins. Vim inei't them with pleasure      Received from the Crows Nesl Pa»«
and pari with them with satisfaction,   Lumber Co   Ltd. and Employees,
and they are as thick us turtle doves1 "•»■ «
In  n   Kentucky  homptlold, and men'
you donl iiH'i't • very day.
McQuarrle the well known IjIh-j
mil traveller from Winnipeg passed
thru Elko till- week shaking hands j
with Jim Tlilstlebi'iik. Mne. bus n.
smile Hun  is worth framing.   Smile!
while yi an young n  for some
day .vim may marry your employers
daughters and become a inlllionalr;
then yiui cant stnllo,   Jim Thlstlebeak
suys he never -aw McQuarrle without
11 smile, lint once, and thai was lit un |
ice cronm socinl In Klko one time ntnl;
Mac. was advertising Ills popular Ills-'
culls   thai   would  tnste  good  to tin
angel,   The r  was full of grace
mid bounty of tl Id historic burg,
and Mac. Inul a bin tray of the swell-'
est samples on il iitrkot, both hands
full, when one of Iiis suspenders
broke, then  Mac conld'nl  smile.
Mr. and Mrs Jenkins late or Med-I
i, in" Hal pnBsed through Ellin this
week. Mr. Jenkins Is handling the
pickled whale business for tho P.
Hums and Co, Calgary,   Say! would
- iiimi  passing the salt?, iusi ns
busy nflcr business as a pup with lit
feather duster. A. Ingham the first I
rancher in liie Elko lllstrlet wns to
Calgary litis week with his two sons
Prank and Carl bringing bark a Grnyj
Hurl Automobile.
Mr    and    Mrs     .lack   llralllim   llnll j
daughter ot Calgary motored through
Elko In Roosovllle Palls this week.:
returning via flagstone and beautiful:
Baynes by Ihe Bake.
Some nl Hie leys left this neck of
iln< woods in join 'lie colours iii Vancouver writing iii.ine say, they linve,
tiover lusted anything like Mother
used to muke Tnr her little bine eyed
boys, und say II makes them sing that
pathetic ballad, entitled, "My Country
lis of tiiee" Hungry--Hungry--ln-ter—
nally-- of thee I sing.
Por several weeks Mrs LongWOrtll
who lias li""ii in charge of Elko's j
Kiiral Temple of learning and the'
scholars have been busy making articles lor sale al the linzzar which
wan held In Hi" Post Office Block,!
June tlie .'ird, the Kings birthday for
tlie tienefil of the Belgian childreus
Relief Fund.  Tlie receipts wore *75.00
Mr. Klrkpntrlck of Nobloford Alta.
with  the  Misses  llntlle and  Isabella
Unwell of Mnclcoil we Inwii tor the
week-end and tlie Kings birthday
Ibe Riiesn or Mis A. Boss. Arubersl
Cottage,   Riverside   Park   Elko.
Mr. Tout tlorric Malinger of the
Clydebank Stock Ranch, Roosevllle
Vnlley wns In Elko this week.
SOME
OK    CRANBROOK'!
OI.ll    TIMERS
WANTI-;!!—Nurw IiuiimmiiuIiI,  A|i
ply Mrs. P. W. Green, -I
HOUSE  AM) STOKE
lor sale.—See Binning.
I'llOl'KKTi
14-tf.
FOR SALE:-   One only left, pnro-
meil      Vorlisl Ire    II ar    I'le $111.00
with    papers,   apply   a. h. Smith,
Cranhroolt. U. C,
llllt   SAI.K    Kilelien   mnge.   .villi
hot water front, lu good condition
Apply Herald Ofllce.
■OR SAI.K I IIKir   A   II Inr
nace suitable for r, nr U ruomed house
Apply tu Box H4f». Crunbrook.     *n-:l
RKSTAI HINT In l.cl UlMlll lllnne)
money-maker. Apply Tom Summers,
Klmberley, II. 0. 10-81
FOR SALE: Peerless Mangle, nnd
Washing Machine nlsn Kitchen Range,
will burn coal or wood, - condition us
DOW.   Apply Herald Office.
WANTED- -Nun und wife tu open
restaurnnt In Klmberley, splendid opportunity for a good business. Apply
lo T. J. Summers. Klmberley       20-111
CAN your Emit nnd Vegi'ltibles,
meal, or fish, by Hie .strum Pressure
System. Send for Cntnltigne und
prices of Home and Commercial Canning Plants, Rqtilpment Dapt., Vancouver Island Fruit Lands, Limited,
Belmont Bldg, Victoria, B C,
PROGRESSIVE motorists all
over thc world are equipping
with Firestone Tires because
exclusive Firestone values rentier
service for which there is no substitute. The ride is in tlie rubber;
the quality is Firestone.
Firestone Tires are buill to stand
rough roads and tryinjj," climates.
Built to save wear and tear of hard
going, both for you and the ear.
We endorse Firestone quality and
recommend these tires under nil
conditions, for best and longest
wear.
Cranbrook Saddlery Co.
Cranbrook, B, C.
Vulcanizinu cl«,n»- on our promise
Firestone Tire St Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. U.S. A.
WATER NOTICE
Diversion nnd Use
Take notice that Peter Lund, whns0
address  is  Lethbrldge, Alberta, will
apply for u licence to take and use
:I2U ncre feet ut wnter out of Ha Ha
Creek, which rlows easterly and sinks
nn lot :I2!>.  The wnter will be diverted
trom the stretim at a point about tlie
south west corner nf Crows Nest Pass
I Lumber Company's Ranch, Snblot (6)
; nf Lot 326, und will be used for lrrlsn
' Hon und domestic purposes upon the
land described ns Subdivisions 2 anil
:i uf Lot 335, (iroup (1) Kootenay District.   This notice wns posted on the
ground on the :lrd day of May, 1918.
A copy nf tlits notice and nn application    pursuant  thereto   nnd lo    the
"Water Act. 11114," will be filed In the
I office of tlie Wuier Recorder ut Crnn-
! brook, B. C,   Objections to the uppll-
| cation   mny  be  filed   with  the  said
i Waier Recorder or with the Comptroller of (Voter Rights. Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  ll. ('.,  within thirty
days nflcr  the  first   nppenriinci'  of
in a local newspaper,
of the first publication uf
Is 9th Mny, HUH.
I'eler Lund, Applieunl.
Ily Macdonald A Nlsbet, his Aleuts,
tills   IHlli'i
The lllll
litis nolle
him, but
the goi
COUNTY   COURT White adniilin
                                    g Is supplltl to
11. P. Davis Vs. James White he wns liable f.
This e. ?e came on for heariug l.e- to Stewart.     After   hen
fore His Honour Jiuii.e Thompson on denci  ami arguments of
Thursday.    Dnvis  chimed  for  price Honour reserved Jndgem
of goods sold to White for his own \v.    A.    N'lsbel    appes
use.and  pnrt for  the list of ti  mnn Plnlntlff.
named Stewart. O. .1. Spreull for the I
WATER NOTICE
IMiersInn and I'm
Tal.e Noilce thai Ci. B llurrett,
whoso address is Cranbrook, ll. 0,,
; will apply fur u licence to take und
use otic second font of water out of
New Luke.und llicksun Creek in l.ot
j 8014, which flows north easterly and
' sinks. The water will bo divcrt-
nl frnm I lie si ream nl a point
ut bike in l„ 8911! ur at spring in L,
.SII14, und will be used for Domestic
nnd irrigation pui'imso upon the land
described ns western half of L, 5248.
This notice wns posted on the ground
on the 24th day of April. 1918. A copy
of Ibis notice nnd nn application pur-
sunnt thereto untl tn the "Water Act,
1914," will be tiled In the office of tho
U'nhr Recorder at Crunbrook, B. C,
Objections io the application may bs
iteilness for filed with tho said Water Recorder or
denied thai with the Comptroller of Water Rights,
ds supplied Parliament llnlldings. Victoria, B. C,
ni: the tvi- within thirty days nfter the first ap-
ounsel Hi- poarance nf this notice In a local
ii. newspaper.    The  date  of the  first
':il    for ihe   publication nf litis nnllec Is April 25,
lilts,
iviidnni.     | C. B. GARRETT, Applicant
$200.00 REWARD!
THIS PICTURE HAS NO TITLE
For the Best Title for This Picture we are Offering the Following Prizes:
First Prize, $100.00        Second Prize, $50.00        Third Prize, $30.00
Fourth Prize. $15.00
Fifth Prize, $5.00
CONDITIONS
l—TVtit'1 vour n*.nw*r on a pluin iheel of paper with your
name antl .iOiIu'mh ut tht bottom of the patffl.—write nntli-
h;i; elsi nr your uiiswer will be disqualified,
*t Your iinawcr must contain not more than twelve words,
hut maj t'ontaln U-dh than twelve words.
3 IMI'OltT.WT. do to your Grocery ntnl buy a 'ten-cent
int.•....,,■• ni' Cowan's Bupi'tjiiie t'hotolate. cut out neatly
thi.' colon l -Maple Leaf from thi; pack&ge and pin it to
your aitBWor. If you fail to pin tho AlapV? Leaf to your
nnewer your tlilo for the picture will he disqualified.
■J—Only one nnawer Ifl allowed for every Maple I.enf cnHoned.
In other words. If you enclose three Maple Leaves from
three puL-luigPn you are entitled to three answers for the
besl title to the picture, or as many answers *« you have
Maple Loaves enclosed.
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v.    Ih» mn M'ttd ai|> h'lti'i iti
ii  u exclusively tor iiriiisii
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tit'iln   ihe   words,   "Cowan's
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tlio Hint two weeks lu July
IN CONCLUSION READ THIS
Do not forget this fact, that if you do not win a
[ffhc you have the Cooking Chocolate. Well now, whut
are you ^olnj,' to do with It? Here Ih what to do: Wait
for a few "lays and every person who sends In an answer
to this competition, enclosing a Maple Leaf from the
package of Supreme Chocolate, will receive free a
beautifully Illustrated Reolne Book, Just off the press,
containing one hundred rccipCH for Supreme chocolate
ami Perfection Cocoa, When you get this bonk you
will know what to make and how to use this special
unsweetened Cooking Chocolate.    Remember the name.
ANS
SUPREME-
^COLATE
For Cookinq Purposes .Unsweetened.
Cumin-Hi Ion l> KicliuOvely lor British OnlumliUk
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