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 •JUL 10 191
sStORlA
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
i
VOLUME
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY, JULY ITU.  11118
NI'.M UK It -'•"'
HELP   TO    WIN    THE    WAR    BY   ECONOMY   AND    PRODUCTION
KIUI STIFF LOSES
IT
Two Popular Young People Decide lo Paddle I lironj-h Life
in the Same Canoe
oi»l I'
Mr. Alfred Parker, who lias lieen on
the staff of the Herald for three years,
left for Medicine Hat on Saturday to
join the News staff of that city. Alf is
u bright young man and we hope to see on Suiid
him come to the front in the profession military hospital
of  the   art preservative of arts.    He I Week     111    this
II.
lust   for   Vancouver
after spending a
listrii-l     visitiiiK
llnli.
ll. was
Tin- lion I' Mr and   Mr
et'l I'Yanie.Mii Noi'lilll'J' liven'
tlie soolio of ii very pretty w
when Isiiliolln, Hooonil ilittiglltei' of
Mr. inul Mrs. Illair. uf Klllgsgilte,
will united iu iiiitl'l'lugu t" Hi'iij.i
mill lliirllailomew, of llii" elty.
The hride was given away liy her
fntlier. and was .■itlended hy her
sister, Margiii'i'l. as hridesniaid,
while tlie gruiiiii wiissiipiiiirli'd by
Mr. It. Kriinie. Alter the core-
iiioiiy tho liappy ouUple with tho
iininediale relatives of bl'itlo and
gllHlllt were entertained to supper
lay Mr. and Mrs. PYiimo, who ailed
aa lioMt and linsteas ina ri^li! royal
manner. Tlni young couple in
lend making Qrnnhrnok their Itoino
iu the near fill ure.
was well liked among the Is.ys and | friends, enlisted ovi
judging by the bevy of girls who were [ago and went ove
on uio station platform to see him off I 51th bnttnlllou in N
and the vigor with whieh they waved \|,t,.l. :1 fow rnolltl
idiim 1 their "hankies" as the train pulled out '.',.,  .   '
' he was no cub, hut u perfect lion among!'' "l" ' """' " ""
the girls as well.   With him went tli
Ihn.'
The Kootenay Onihartis S. S. picnic
was held on July 1st hy Joseph's creek
on Mr. Heath's homestead and it was
agreed that it was the liest picnic yet
held by lhe school. Almost everyone in
Kootenay Orchards, old and young, were
there and all joined in the games and
races as w..11 as in the bountiful lunch      ...   .
and supper which were prepared by the i " « Imve uoeit complunenleU
ladies. Much thanks anil credit are due I the up-to-dat- tippeuvmoe of tl
lo Messrs. Slender and Ogilen, lhe com- front page of our last week's issil
mlttee.    On the Sunday before the pic- | ,..,. a||||lil |1|(,lv  KM „„„,„ (.h|KS ,
Classy Heads Are Now All lhe
Race on lp-lo-Date Weeklies
We
k
\\ llll
the INlh ami twik |jaH 111 the Lhtnl
hiHtVi'liraiif Cranlinmk'M tb-funct braal I battle of Ypivs. lin- fighting
band,   He muit have been soma musi-1 Qomine and al   VimyJMclge
May   24th,   1917,   while   •*
; plains beyond  Vlmy lif we
! rum us lu- carried away tbe ban* drum,
tin' trap drum, tlu* clarionet and two "*''
1 three other brass horns—he w
i bi' thi' big noise in Mi-ilimu- Ihit
1 sun'
,IF
usly  w.iiiii'tf'l  w
wiin also KiiMM-'l
a year in English
holng invaliili'il In
rapm
mil i.
llOHpilftlfl  1
FinlH.VMin,   organist  anil   mn-.'<
I In  leader for tiifir faithful services,
t bottleTep
fdd future use
ill be
. mib.
'T
j   Everybody should be
' Cranbrook.     Take
i booster for
climate, you
i can't k<> astray on that. Of course cli-
inato isn't every th ing, but you can't
[lue without it. Now, everybody! altogether, co-operate in boosting the sum-
I mer resort of southeastern British Col-
-umbla.
GEHMkN SHELL SOU-
HEM!) SliMIING ||Ook«i1«1»--OM''iy 2»<i 'i»"i»-
Pte. Harry Ferguson, who is one of
the Pioneers who left here about two
years ago, has sent to little Donald Mc-
Donald a shaving mug made out of part |
of a six-pounder German shell. It is
engrossed with the following legends:
"Ypres," "Somme," "Vimy," and a
Maple Leaf crest It is a valuable souvenir of the wer, especially of the important part the Canadians are taking
in it.
Crook,   Alta., to  Mr.  and Mr:
Curtis T. I-nngin, a dough tor.
LOCAL SOLDO IS IE-
WARDEO FOR BRAVERY
Pte. ('. R. McDonald ha** been mentioned In dispatches by his commanding
officer for his highly courageous and
efficient work during the raid on enemy
trenches, Hill 70 sector, on the night of
Aprill 27th last. This brave young man
is the son of Mr. .las. McDonald, 01 this
city, and left for overseas with the
225th battallion and has seen much active service. Before enlisting ho was
employed as a fireman nn the C. P. K.
Willi   ll
her, 101'
Kiiuluin!  nic prizes of bookalJfeJregi*en to every   . . ,.,. .,
child in the community and special pros-:,|illt »mko-up.    I he lieri.li.
enta were given to  Miss Winnie Lip- tractive Rppoftmnco alone \\
pilt, secretary and   treasurer, and to worth  tin-   prh 1' fl   u-.w'
Mrs.    Finlayumi,   organist   and   music  sl.ri,,*joni
The attraol ivu HiMuMtjUiuA
was  nol   Its ouly   feature.
was a lol of Interesting home nei
and our renders are Bpeoinlly i
ItiOBtori to mak*' a note of this fact
thatovury  week there will  he an
noreaaiug number of live newsy
,   .   iteniH in tho Ho raid thai will ■■■■•
were Injected Into
I'l..
•ii.
•If a little
OH NEW Wi
"When a man starts out on a new-
tack I like to start him out right, so j
hare's an "ad' for luck.1' That's the1
right kind of dope to hand out to the
new management of Vour local puper.
There are just about liny business men
in this city who should ik ■ * '^-tijat kind
ofhtuir, When our ram-j **,«"•*!
onroii. : .. -ii -.i'1 '■ on l'-: ) )m\
itawn.Thr'ti^nesTT^^esjTh >Woo it;
will be tike trying to run an auto with
your spark plug out out of order.
UIE9HTB
ioi ti com
Mr, and M.S. Wm. Curric If ft
on Monday's westbound train lor
Vancouver, where they will take;
up their future residence. Mt.
Currir, who has been employed in
the Cranbrook foundry for the
cast eight years, has been lured to]
tht coast c ty bv the higher scale
of wagJs prevailing out there and
the increasing demand lor skilled
mechanics.
GIUl FN Fl MtlHIKl
FOR THE QUEEN HARY
NEEDLEWORK GUILD
Copy   of  Telegram Received  by Lady
Barnard from Mrs. Forbes Angus
President of the Queen Mary's
Needlework Guild.
"Lady Barnard.
"Government House. Victoria, B. C
"May we ask for your kind help and co-operation with the Queen
Mary Needlework Guild in your famous Province for the silver-wedding
gift to Her Majesty? Make interest widespread as possible; gift lo be sent
in money to Her Majesty for her war-work; all Provinces doing well."
In accordance with the wish expressed in the above telegram
Lady Barnard will be glad to receive any contributions to this fund, which
should reach her nol later than July 6lh. when they will be forwarded to
Mrs. Angus, al Montreal, and appear as British Columbia's share of the
gift to Queen Mary.
"pep" were injertt'n mm        ,       , , ,.      .,     ,
the pnbllc libofS.city there-would wwli a aomaml for ihe home paper
I* iKitliinir to hold it hark," waa an; llnll we will !»• compelled to ill-
expression overhen-il hy the news- erenso tho munlier of pages to Hitti-
Klitherer of the Her-lil on the street on \ ,„,. ,•,„ „nijottto of our IviiiliT- for
teuis'Min h'X'' ft £U, h4r 1O04 distjH „n.vi,,-
erylwiiy put a little .of it iii his shaker! ami, national anil worltt-witto nit.-r-
and scatter it arouml. It might make oat und so Aoootnmodate our hard-
us sneeze hut  it would do u* all a iMflcled biMineaii men with mlvcKlB-
w",|,lnf "-'""I;  ing-pace.
As we linve inliniiited, the I d
"If." jut'nu artlolo in a liewspaijer Is like
lii.d    At   Sirdar,'Klnier K.CIav-i'be head of a   man—the most dis-
ton,  win of  Mr.  nnd   Mm.   ft. tinotiva paK, but al the same lime
Clayton, July  1st,  internerl  at. it does not appeal to all  in tho
Creston, July Hid. same way.   To illustrate whal wo
tiieiuir Wltlte ono man wus patting
I us on the buck another wits point-
■__. .__•.. .  ■      ■■■■■■■,,   g  g illgHgtmill us liecallse he thottgill
I thnt one head over ail iiitoresting
| looill ItOltl relleiled illjlll'i'Mlsly upon
IiIr oltaraotor. Now wo want il i"
k' dislinelly illidorstood that wo
have no mnliee- Inward any and if
it npiwared that we did not (jive a
isi|uare deal to Tom Tukin in the
nrliele lioililotl " Three Loafers Are
! Arrested," thai wus not our inteii-
tiim. But he thinks thai we did
j uni Kiv 'uni a squut'u deal and hits
iutiliiated his view ol il tn us
[through his legal advisers, who
linve requested us to make all
apology in him in this issue uud to
give the apology the suiue promin-
leiu-e us  we  gave the nrtiel 111-
plnined of,
j Tom Tukin had a hearing before j
the L'olieo Magistrate under tho
Anti-Lnufing Ant. He gave a gishl
reason tn slmw why lie wus not
engaged in any useful employment
and the charge against him was
dismissed. The Herald's reference
In the ease so stated, bul the head-
'ing. lie considers, conveyed a different impression.
The purpnsK of tha hEading >vas
tn draw attKniinii to tht: urticii.
which it itdmiralily BiioBEdad In
doing, but il did tint contain all
ihK facts in tin: oasE— no liEad can
-—tliK urticlK, hnwKvKr. sKt forth
ull till KsaEtiul facts.
Tin; Auti-Loafing Act is being
rigidly Ktlforold throughoill Canada ami thF local authorities arc to
In minctideil fur their zeal
The Methodist S. S. held,
their animal picnic on Dominion day on the bcautilul green
island on the prairie east ot
the city. Everybody enjoyed
thenuelves to the full, some i
playing football, others chose
a cooler torm ot amusement
by waling id the creek, while
others preferred baseball andj
swinging, but thc wise sat;-
•tnder the shady trees and -
kniltei socks. A good war r
tim: supper was srrcad and
all were united In singing its
praises. W. J. Morton and hir -
stall started going some fine n,,.
r icing events.the best, ol the*** noxl w
all being a blind horse race
lor men The ollicers and
teachers of the P. S. tender
their sincere tranks to all who
in any way contributed to the
success of Ihe outing.
It appears that Queen Mary's Needlework Guild is represented in
the Eastern Provinces by a number of branches which have been collecting for this purpose for several weeks, whilst there is only one branch of
the Guild in this Province, so that, on account of the very short notice
given, contributions should be forwarded as expeditiously as possible to
Lady Barnard. Government House, Victoria. B. C.
!'
.—W»a».,.a*>fWa,«.«V<-» iissVhQ
Ladies' Wash
DRESSESt
New Dresses just arrived, pretty
summer muslins and voilsin many
shades, also dresses made of good
quality gighams and beech cloths
PRICES $4.00 to 12.00
LADIES' WASH SKIRTS
Well tailored skirts of White Gab*
erdine repps and piques,
Prices 2.25 to 4.00
Ladies Wash Blouses & Middies
Pretty white voile and muslin
blouses nicely trimmed, also middies in plain white and some with
fancy collars and cuffs and colored smocking.   Prices $1.50 to $4.0 -.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbinok's Dry Goods and Clothing Store
^■faaaJljai M«Jli«siaiavftja»>i««*ai  'aaajlil   mafias
~a*-~*~«dl
GET YOI It   .1(111   I'HINTIMV   AT   THE   IIEHA1.II
1 cm IIS QUIET
I
The National Holiday was spent very
quietly in town. A good many of uur
loyal citizenii worked in their war gardens, while others took a ipin out to
one of the numerous lakes around Cranbrook to enjoy a day's outing. Some
of the old boys just sat in the shade and
tnlked of the good old days of long ago
and wondered if they would ever come
hack again, a Sunday school picnic
was held on the flat, but the bal! tournament and the horse racing did not
come (ff.
Fishing Tackle
We have just received a first consignment of Tackle suitable for
the Premier Lake Giant* down
to the smallest Divided Wing
Fliers are here now
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE S IJAKER STREET
ADVERTISE IN TIIK IIKIIAI.Il AMI (JET RESULTS
TOWN TOPICS
s.-liiM'l  roport  will  iippi'iii
i'i'K. il WtUJ ItlipoBsllnQ Inr lis
I  n|i wit limit  tlir nwcliiiie.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Jchi son, ol Mr. and Mrs.T. M. McFh-rson, ol I
Winnipeg, who  are tcuring  the Garden avenue,
country in their motor car, arrived
in the city on Monday. They The Interoessory service ati
•eft on Tuesday lor Premier Lake the Baptist church last Sun-
and will also visit oth,rinimsiing day evening vtrt well atten-
points in the Windermere country, ded, when the psstor Spoke;
fceiore   returning.     On   Monday O"   "The    Nation   honoring
The Presbyterian school f>c- » —. r .„
nic will be held on Wednes- tvtnint ,h*Y wt" »■"■ «u*-|s °> Vj03-
day nezt.
The annual school picnic of
the Baptist church will be
held on Wednesday, July 10.
1 KMIM MIT HI niHI! Whitehead- -67j7n* 29.h, at the
ll Miuun uui DLun, home o) Mts< B< Rom.e.0(to
THE OEVP TO RECEIVE
Mr. and Mrs, Jim Whiteheai', nf
Moyie, a daughter.
Koitenay Presbytery will
meet in Cranbrook on the
evenirp of July 9il\ »t 7.30 ini Mrs.G.Pelton and her ihiee
Knox rhurch. Minirlers andj sons are leavitif* for Copper
elders from Nelson, Trail, |Cliff, Ont., where she will
Kaslo, Dhoenix, Cr«ttrn.Newjvisit her sister.
Denver, Nakusp and Fernie! 	
are expected. i    The  monthly   meeling  rf the
are excccieo^  ! Farmer's Institute will be held in
1.  H   Forsyth, orincioal   ol the city hall enjaturdav, July 13,
'    school, led onNel* ••.2.30P.*
the hi?h -chooi. ie
son -il t'-e coast cities   on
We-ln-slay to s-end the va-
«Mon,
The seeeial buflnrri
of "the meeting will be the adoption of resolutions to be brought
before the conlcrcr.ee ai d thc e'ee-
tioo af » itlt|*tak
Just Arrived !
Woodbury's Facial Soap Orchard while
Madruco Cucumber and White
Hazel Cream
Lydia Pimkhams Vegetable Compound
Cran brook Drug & Book Co.
Hay Phone 74 y\ftM Phone SM
W. ,1. ALKHISON, Mgr
P. Burns & Co.
Highest prices
paid for Cattle,
Sheep & Hogs
WHICH ROAD ?
YOU MUST CHOOSE ONE
:8?te
P: Burns & Co.
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR LOSS!
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR GAIN
TAKE NO CHANCES
WITH FIRES
PUT THEM OUT PAUK TWO
TITH CRANBHOOK HERALD
nu: ntAMtitook ui:i.vin
Tho Herald liiiotypo-liko a Texas
muli', bulkifl just when ii was ox-
fiected i" In- "ii it* hest bohavior,
and rel'used t# ousl n line,
operator tt unwed it good mid plen-
i.v—the only language n mule un*
di'i-Kt.'iiuls I nit his voice wns tho
voice uf a stranger ami had no of-
I'eot, Wo have therefore been compelled to set up iliv paper by hand
Tiwii     /""■ * ' |H'llrCI !" SOI
ry  Will Convince I ;IU,,11S ,,„. „„•„.„ ,„ ll0( e,|Uil,H
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
oilli'i'. snii'ltliiK ami Ite'lnlng Der>artmnit
TRAIL,   IllllTISII COLUMBIA
SHELTERS  AND  REFINERS
l-l HI HASKBS OF GOLD, 8ILTKK, (ON-EK, LEAD AWI» ZING OBIS
TABANAO BRAND PIG LEAD, BUJESTONE, SPELTER & COPPER
Rid the Skin
of disfiguring blemishes, by quickly
purifying the blood, improving the circulation, and regulating the habits with
■•■in
PILLS
rs
tut,
Mi a.
„ at Aa. Madlclna In III. W«H,
avtrrwacre.   In boa.., 25c.
C. P. R- Watch Inspectors
with iiows type wo have hud ourl
troubles, Wo uruve the indulgence
of our ivndors until we can gel the
tiGTYOUH   .101*   PRINTING   AT   TIIK   HlllUIIr
RawortK Bros.
Nexl in I'iibI Oftlco
END THAT
nn: home UAKERV
lii.M. Iranii', Prop.
■•'rt'sii llrcitil. Cakes, Pies
nmi Pastry
Plioae 37
Norbury Ave.      0|ip  City Hall
OVERSEAS OLOB
Meets Iii "toplu Hull »econd
TuesdBy of every month tt 8
p. m. *J
Membership open   to  Brltisn
citizens.
VIbIHiib   numbers   cordially
welcomed.
E. Y. Brake.        J. P, Lower,
President. Secretary
Cough!
Peps will end Iti Simply dl*
solve Peps tahli-tt In your mouth.
I li • I'ine forn.t vapors which are
tlius released ure breathed down
io ihe remotest parts of the air
I'.isv.-rt's aud lungs, soothing and
in-nling the Inflamed membranes
aiul bringing quick relief from that
Irritating and exhausting cough.
Mrs. Luther Brown, of Wilson's
Beach, N.B. writes: "For two
years I was troubled with a very
hail cough. At nights It became
worse and I coughed Incessantly
aud could not sleep. I tried every
remedy 1 had ever heard of, but
nothing did me any good until 1
used Peps. Even the first few
tablets gave me relief. 1 continued
their use, with the result that my
cough has entirely disappeared."
These breathcable Peps are also
unequalled for colds, aore throat,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma and
chest and lung troubles.   Me. box,
\    3 for $1.25.    AU dealers or Peps
\    Co., Toronto.
WRIGLEYS
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
»-. Meets In the
iSW   . Pn-lsli    Hull
llrnt Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
ut :i p.m.
I'res., Mrs. W.
B. McFarlaue,
Secy. Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. 0. Box 621
All ladles cordially Invited.
PEPSi
Keep WRIGLEYS in
mind as the lonaest-
lastina confection you
can buy. Send it to
the boys at the front.
LAIIH.AW ii DEWOLF
Civil nmi Mining Engineer*
H. ('. 1 und Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
A Man Can
Stand On It
without mas iai It leak
If vou want satisfaction
witli vour waBliltiB
send It to
MONTANA  LAUNDRY
Snecial tirices for faniilv
work
■im*.
YOUR, druggist will
recommend this water
Imttle. Heknowsitwillgive
long service in the home.
WhitallTatum
"SPECIAL"
WATER     BpfTUL
Is made from itronjfinw.'-fjMP
CHAS. 8. PARKER
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge and Greenblll Coal
Imperii.! Oil Co.
Dlstrbutton Cars a Specialty.
Untying mul Transferring
(liven iirompt attention
Phone 13
War Time Economy
in Sweetmeats—
a 5-cent package of WRIGLEY'S will
jive you several days' enjoyment:
it's an investment in benefit as well
as pleasure, for it helps teeth, breath,
appetite, digestion.
CHEW IT AFTER EUERV MEAL
The Flavour Lasts
ECZEKA
ON BOY'S  FACE
CURED BY ZM-eUK
Zam-Buk has been tried and
proved by thousands tu be the most
mcceniiful remedy for eczema-,
lira, Morgan, of 103 Manning
Are., Toronto, says; "Por olght
mmit lis by nn It- buii'tt race wan
covered with eczema, which pained
ma Irritated him mi that ho could
not sleep, The nii'-iii-. i cold aggravated it ho that i waa obliged to
keep him In tho house,
"An nothing ! ui.t'ti dui him nny
toed, 1 took him tu n hospital, but
tiio treatment he received there rmly
matlo tho sorea worse. Thou l commenced lining Zam-Buk, applying it
litipnilly and regularly, Tho pain
disappeared ami tlie Irritation was
eiuletl. Soon healing began, unit aa
1 1-uiiiiinii-d the Zam-Buk treatment
the sores became loss nnd less until
my hoy's skin was entirely fres
from sores nnd perfectly clear mid
smooth."
Zam-Buk should aIho be used for
ulcere, ringworm, abscesses, b^lls,
hud le-;H, run n Ing sore*, blood-
poi-Diiing, pilea, burns, scalds, cuti,
chapped hand, chilblains and frost
bile. All dealere or Zam-Buk Co.,
Toronto.   t>0c. boi, 3 for 9126.
sTBIIilllllf
GET YOUR   .1(111   PRINTING   AT   THE   HERALD
KNIGHTS ill   PYTHIAS
Cmnlirniik, II. ('.
Meets every Tuesday at S inn In
the Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, C. 0.
c. H. Colllne, K. It. K s
Visiting  brethren  cordially  Invited to attend.
Ilrs. Green Sl MncKlnnon
I'liyli iuiii and Stirirenns
Offlii   ill  rosldoiico, Armsironu
Avenue
OFFICE nouns
Foreiionna     HUH to 10.011
Aftenioiins   2.00 to   4.00
EvonlllRB   7.30 ll)   8.30
Sundays   2.30 to   4.30
CRANBHOOK, B.C.
SPEEDEXHLM; 'Kh^
mf.I. '   wi)
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satlslactlnn (iuaranteed
.ieadquartcra (or all kinds of
Repaln
P. X. MACPHERSON
CnderUker
I'linne ll.'iii
Voiliiii)   tie, next In  I'll)  Hull
(II llll ii SPREULL
Barristers. Etc.
/
W. F. Guril        li. J. Sprenll
CKAMIIIOOK. II.I'.
Molilalia Restaurant
Meuls at All Hours
CltrnrH, ritfiirelte* and Ciinilj
CRANBHOOK STREET.
,)|i|iti.slie tlie Bank ot Commerce
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS fcKS
CiilittniK I'll! for Women. |"i A box or three (or
flu.   Hold at nil linik' Hton-*. t«r iniittail finny
idanuonrccQlptol i>rii;e.  Tint Booar.Lt. Dauo
Co ,Ht.(''itliiirlti<>n,iltii.irln.
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. ».,,.,
VlUlityifor Ni-ive hii-I llraln; IncrvaKS"Kroy
HitttliT ";,. 'Ionli' Hill l,iill,l hiii up. IS a liol.or
-wo for i*>. at ilrua sliir-s. nrey mall on nin>l|,,
Itprli'ii Tils Hr:.ii,., i iianu ro, at. (Mtuuinaa
Ontario,
LET your gift be an
-'A-.-xo Vest-Pocket
Camera. So light and
compact it can be car-
ried with you always.
Co efficient it can be
brought into action
quickly. 'Flic sharp,
clear pictures it takes
make fine enlargements.
Let in -how you Aiuco
Cameras anil tlieir exclusive
features, $3 to $55,
Gradually Growing
Our "Want Ad." calu-*■-*» *-.-#
■t«adlly prowl**!: «■ people ■->-
pr*cl*t<* t.tolr v-i.luB.
They (nip fi-.n ovor many »f
llfa'i difl'.cuniut.
Hovo you Kot aHirnathlnt you
(to not n'.ati, or mod •omethlni
yon hovo not got?
Ro you wui.i |« lond, borrow,
buy or 10II?
A Wunt Ad will do tho work,
mmmilii^i-iTi::i.Tn';7::,::::.:.i'.:::ir:.:.'i:. :■:;:•:::. 1::.:.     ..::-,■ r;;.:; :; ;:;:;:j-:urir,.ii'::iiumiuimn:
WikL
Every Farmer Needs a Ford
THE Motor C;ir is a greater convenience to the average
farmer than the telephone, the rural mail or even the
grain binder.
The binder which is considered as a very useful implement
is rarely used more than a few days during the entire year.
The rest of the time it stands idle, taking up space, while
the automobile is available for use throughout all seasons,
and both day and night.
It is ever ready to run down the lane to the bade field or the
pasture with a parcel or a message, or take you and your
family to town for shopping purposes - or on an errand to
thc neighbors.
The motor car is called upon whenever anything is wanted
in a hurry. It is the most useful implement or convenience
for the farm. It helps you conserve your energies and time
for productive work and enables you and your family to
accomplish more with less energy. Vmi surely feel the need
of a Ford. Why not order one today?
All prim titbjeet lu it'iir lax BAOIVMi tii-cvt truck, and Wmmlfl
THE UHIVLRSAL CAR
Chassis    ■    -   •
fS3S
Runabout   ■   -
S76
Touring  -   ■   •
595
Coup*   -   -   -
770
Sedan .   .   .   .
970
One-Ton Truck
7S0
F. O. B. .'ird, Ont.
HANSON GARAGE
DEALERS
Cranbrook, - - - B. C.
I. II. O. V.
lil'V CITY 1.01)0E, No. IS
Meeta   every
Monday night
 at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
E. II. McPlipo      W   (J. Adlnrd
Secy. N. O.
UK. V. II. MILKS
1>KNTI8T
Office In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
II  to  12, n.til.
I  to    5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
QUEEN'S
UNIVERSITY
KINGSTON
ONTARIO
ARTS
MEDICINE       IDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Minlni, Chsmlcal, CMI. Veokaofcal and
Xlectrkal Snginecrinf.
HOME STUDY
Arts Course by correspondence,   begico
willi uiie year's tttendence or four
turn mer sessions.
Sumnor School    Navigation School
Julr ooJ August        Dooonbor to April
19 CEO. Y. CHOWN, Ragbtror
ritAMMOOK    rOTTAOf.
HOSPITAL
I'lhutc \iii'*.ln« 11 -
l.ici'iisnl by Provincial Govt.
Hiltcnillv mul t.tm-iul Nursing
MauangG mul Itoal euro, Mlghosl
nvivri'iirrs, tormi motlorato,
Apply Mra, a Crawford, Matron
Phono 259 p, <>. Jinx X4r.
Aililross, 0Anion Ave. Orntibrook
PIERS.
t3"VU"'»lW»l|M<kW»'11 aalWr*" »»lt/U*»»"VI>* w*«V *t*s\fmm*i
No Matter Where It's
Punctured
dr in htm inaiij' |ilac«s, •••"     «uu»m«i"c_
our Vulciiitiziiii! nlll restore In servlee nuain.
Nexl lime Jon iiippl
with lire troubles come
here anil Irj Hie moilern
ami siieiilii'ie mellioil of
lire repairing:.
ONE TEST WILL PROVE   ITS   EFFICIENCY   AND
UNDOUBTED ECONOMY
Cranbrook
f VulcanizitutWorks \
ItUL1
OOM^Rlllfl
:i!iviiV!i tvvi.tiiiiM nniolftlKXTi~~>r-*;-*<:
P*>w»i<IAm lafltVae isHAaw   afliV m s i<M>iiH nHa*»s»  afUVn imflUmQ
Hviiii^iiii^ii iaf\*»e» tH/tm me]ftm <tHfm mif/tt* tjytJto
*     AU 1918
SERVICE I
QUALITY
In Printing!
THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF PRINTERS. ONE
FURNISHES SO MUCH PAPER AMI INK.'*VlllTE
THE OTHEH TAKES A PRIDE IN GIVING VOU
SERVICE AND QUALITY WITH YOUR ORDER-
NO MATTER HOW LARGE OR HOW SMALL IT
MAV BE.
The Herald
Job  Department
IS EQUIPPED TO HANDLE III THE HEST POSSIBLE ADVANTAGE WHATEVER MAY BE REQUIRED IN THIS COMMUNITY IN TIIE WAY OF
NEAT, CLEAN, ATTRACTIVE PRINTING, AND
WILL APPRECIATE VOUR ORDERS.
SOME OF OUR LINES
1
i
Calnlngs, Booklets, Colliers, l'niiiplets, Stringers, Dod- £
Iters, Circulars, Maps, Letterheads,   Nolelleads, .Billheads. Statements, Envelopes, Business and Personal .
Cards. Wedding Invitations, nnd   Soelely   Printing. ?
Our offiee is equipped with a Lluotyiie.therefore
we are In a position to handle Linotype Composition
for Hie trade.   We solicit your patronage.
aV' —<W>" t—teP' mtt\u wt\Htm me\"**lsfw»lli"-i
1
i   -J
i    I THE CRANBROOK HBRALD
rAOR TllltRK
Silver Deposit
Ware
Wi' Imvo an exceptionally nice assortment of silver
deposit wiirc in vast*. Uui-
liuns, pupa iinil saucers, tea
Bets, mat'intil at lo jars, etc:
Ami these goods wo
have priced most rauBotuili-
le: Wlion bi need of a
Wedding ov Anniversary
gift- Drop i" an.I liavo a
look at ottr splondln seleut-   ,i.
TOWN TOPICS
|    Kllby frames iitcturet,.
!    Mrs. W. J. Best and children, of
I j Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, were guests
at the Cranbrook hotel Sunday.
Insure  witli Beale anil Elwtll.
Mr. ank Mrs. P. H. McNab and i
| child, of Retlaw; Alta., were visiting friends in the city on Friday,    i
ROYAL
YEAST CAKES
HAS BEEN
CANADA'S
FAVORITE
YEASTFOR
MORETHAN
30 YEARS
!'-%iTi!raBit5i»
AKE PERFECT
BREAD
Cattle RancliOB    for   uale
Apply to Beale end Elweli.
cheap, | i
W.ft. Wilson
,liivt:i.K.ii
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Burgess and
family, of Waldo, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Carr on
Saturday and Sunday.
Modern    llnuscs
Houses Inr
131 wall,
Master Gerald Give, of  Medicine Hat, arrived in  the city on
Wednesday  to spend the summer
...    |et—Modem holidays   with   his   grandparents,
nliv Apply tn Realc mil Mr. and  Mrs. Chas.   McGee,   ol
Burwell avenue.
SPECIAL
Kntimol iiii'iui Pane
Kmimvl    Wnsli     UilBlnu
Enamel Preserves Kottles
nil good value al SBcte spoclal
while  they   last,
211 en,     ..     it   rov   50 els.
SEE     WIN'now
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -     B.C
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griflith
and Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Adolph,
and Mi s Campbell, oi Baynes'
Lake, motored into the city on
Sunday, returning home the same
evening.
Leatlior Packet Oasne. for Registration Cards 5llr eiu'li, Crnnbrook Drug
mul llnnk Co
Place jour Victory Bonds tor safety
In i> Deposit Uox nt Benle and Elwoll's,
Apply Inr terms.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McGuires
with their child and maid, IV is,
Lawe, ol Lethbridge, arrived in
the ciry on Monday in their mo
tor car, and left on Tuesday lor a
trp through the beautiful Windermere valley.
RETURNED MAN
GOESOVERTOP
In Victoria By-Election Liberal, Gonser*
vative and Socialist Candidates
Lose Their Deposits
In the by-election held in Victoria last Friday
to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late
Premier Brewster in the provincial legislature
there were four candidates, namely, Major Lang-
ley, Liberal, 1,359 votes, R., W. Perry, Conservative, 1.001 votes, Frank Giolma, returned soleier,
3,624 votes, and J. McDonald, Socialist, 71 votes,
the returned soldier being elected by the sweeping
majority of 1,193 votes over the combined vote of
his three opponenis. Both old parties will have
to change their tactics and their perscnel or Ihey
won't have a look in at the next general election.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hickley, of
Calgary, motored into the city on
Sunday. He is the Calgary manager of the Ford .Motor companv
and spent Monday in close consul ' men's  Institute    leads   all   other
tation with their genial and popular local agent, Frank M. McPher
son,   manager    of    the   Hanson
garage.
According to a report appearing
in the June issue of the Agricul-
i , tural   Journal   Cranbrook's   Wo-
cities in the province in point ol
i membership, having 114 members,
Cowtchan coming second with 108
i members.
TIIK
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
im. 11 o it: I   nun A
IT UNO Yl MTV
Tills house has thi
hspiu llsllnotlon of heing the favorite stop-
plni 1'iar*. in Bpokaua
Inr tli.- peopla ol British
Columbia We appreciate
tills patronage ami da
everything In our power
to ninUit you romforlnlile
On, location in exci-lleiil
utns* lo iir.>ut Northern Station
mil ii W II fc N Mllwanke.
terminal, end within a mis tw'i
wulk from the principal business
liousce end places of amusement
So.   SI in in-lil n   on   Itnof
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR   CANADIAN   HOMIS
WILL HIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can von think of nny reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
ff.    Koran,    I'raakrnok    iftatt
9
f-t* W^iT "£;-'—i1""'" 'V't'.-ijinrT':' "■"«,'.riiV;;;--r-::::rri fS/fi^|S'"*^a?r:nV:Tatii;":":::Ln?Tt■ r-::;];n::::::n;:::'-.'::;;.::: ■■!?■;:   ■   ■-
If
TO practice Thrift
in peace times is a
Virtue and brings
great benefit to the
Individual at all
times; with the desperate need of the
1 civilized world today I
tor materials and
labor with which to
end the war, the
practice of individual
Thrift is a patriotic
duty and a necessity.
Woodrow Wilson
"—■   ■.''"■'■■■■'  . .;.■.-: .i.wit,! '.:z :: ;;;-iii'f;r:.".'-"i.
«—™j,
NNOUNCEME
TIIK l-HIM'fllS 'HE XIIW AT IVOHK ON
N      T
WRIGLEY'S
British Columbia Directory
Complied .'iiii! Prlntod In Hriilsli Coliimbln—Endorsed by 11. 0 .Government, Boards ol Trndo, Manufacturers Association hnd othor lioiiics
IN  FIVE   MAIN SECTIONS
llrllMi (11I11111I1I11 Vinr lluiiV   line hundred pages nf nfHelal diiln. eov.
fling  Agriculture, Und, Timber. Mlnlnir, Fisheries Shipbuilding
mul I'llbllll Works, prepared hi lhe various Ili'purtnirnJs. This section
nlll cover full) the ilevelopnioitl in HillNh I olumlilii,
Ouetloor, doserfblng over IMO cllloi unit towns, villages ntnl nettle.
n (■ "llliluallii' I'niiiiii'i'.-In ivlnn location, distance front larger points
llmi iiiiiliiii mid iij 11 imt lines, synopsis of local resources, popula*
lion. lie.
tlpliiiliellrul hlri'iliii) of nil etusses and profes-lonal men, limners
stork raisers, Frail Growers, etc., In »|l towns nmi dlslrlets	
riiisslfleii lilniliiij of .Haniifurturers, llrtallrrs, producers, Healers
and Consumers, listing ull products from the ran material In (he finished article.
Trade Xumes und Trude Marks—A list ol popular Irndo names alpha,
helically'. If inn mini to know Ihe nianiitnelnrer or selling ngenl of
u li'iiih-niimi' arllele, look up this section.
Incorporated Cities—All gnselleer Information In lhe Directory of the
Incorporated ellles of Hie Province will lie prepared by either Ihe
Clly Council or Ihe Hoard ol Trade, thereby official.
Advertising British Coluntblii   tl Is necessary lo continue In niliit.
tise British Coluinblii outside the l'rovlnee,' In order that tourist uud
Settlers will eonllntie to come. With this aim In view, a copy of the Directory will he placed la Ihe leading Libraries and Bun id of Trade throughout the Cunudliin I'mlres. Kas|ern Canada, tlir I'nited Stales and ah-
mud. The Directory will lie used by prospective tourist and Settlors as
ofilelnl guide of tlie province.
The Subscription price of the Directory is Jla.iMi. express pnld.
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WRIGLEY  DIRECTORIES,  LTD.
Sin-SIS MKTKOPIII.ITAN Rl.ltU. VANCOI1VKK.
'Everybody's Eating It"
Ice Cream
The most economic dessert.
Costs no more than other desserts in money-and nothing
in time or labor. Buy it of
your dealer by pint or quart.
Ask for   "Curlew"
Hot Weather
Specialists
Don't suffer during this
hot weather, come to us
and we will prescribe the
proper remedy to induce
that confortable feeling
that you will tnjoy.
There is no neccesity
To be "cross" because of the
hot weather, come to us and
we will make you happy.
Your feet may be bothering you too.
a small package of our .special powdered Soap, foot balm or foot comfort will
give you great relief. They are small in
price but very great in results.
-k   fttliyi
CANADA
PUBLIC NOTICE
DOCUMENTS TO BE CARRIED
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 On* under the
Military Service Act, 1917, who for any reason may have claimed that he is not within Class
One under the Act.
Js-TOTICE is hereby given that, under the provitiunt vi an Order in Couacil
(P.C. 1013), of the 20th April, 1918, upon and after tht l«t day of June,
1WI8, every male permit who it not on active lerviee in any ni* Hit Mileaty*!
Naval ur Military Foreei, or in tht Naval or Military Forcee of Un Majeety a
Allies, aud who apparently may be, or ii reetonably impacted tn be. within
the description of ('late Ont under thc Military Service Act, 1917, by whom
or on whoae behalf, it it at any time affirmed, claimed or alleged that he is not,
whether by reaaon of age, it ■tut, nationality, exception, or otberwiae, within
f'laia One under the Military Service Art, 1917, aa define.! for ihe time being
or that, although within the aaid Claw, he ii exempted from or nut liable to
military lervice; ahull have with him upon hit penon at all timet «r in or
upon any building or premiiet where he at any time it.
AGE
If it be .-lttiined that he it not within thaelaee by rcaaou uf age, »u uflirial
certificate of the date of hit birth, or a certificate of hii ago ligaed by two
reputable cJtJif.nl raiding in the rnmmiiait* in which ht Jivoi and having
knowledge of the fact; or
MARRIAGE
If it be claimed that he in not within tht < lata by reaaon uf iwerriage, a
certificate, either official or tigued by two reputable citiieni reaidtng ia tbe
community in which be livea and haying knowledge of the facta, certifying to
his marriage aud that hii wife ia living: or
NATIONALITY
If It be claimed that he ia not within the Claae by reaeun of hit nationality,
a certificate of hie nationality aigned by a Comul or ViVe-ConiM uf the foreign
State or Country to which ho claima hit allegiaace ia due; or a paeeport ImihI
by tht Ooveremeat of that Country ettablithing hie nationality; or
ACTIVE SERVICE
If it be claimed that he ie excepted at a member of any of lin Majeaty'a
Forcee or at having lince the 4th Auguit. 1914, aerved in tbe Military or
Naval Forcee of Great Britain or her Allies iu any tbeai re uf act ua I w»r and has
been honourably diecharged therefrem, efieial document* nr an official certificate evidencing the fact; or
CLERGY
If it be olaimed that ha ia excepted ae a
of the clergy, ur •-: any
recugniaed order of an eielueiTely reUgioui character, ur ia a auininur of k
religioua denomination eneting in Canada on 19th Kufmi tw!7, or na being i.
uieiuber of any t-ther aociety or body, a certificate uf tht fact aigned by au
office-holder competent eo to certify under tht regnlatift *d- the church, erdar
nr deBomiaation, eoeietr or lv..-iv. to »iii' K be belonge; ar
EXEMPTION
If it be claimed that he it exempted from or act habit to military wren e
by reaton of any exemption granted or claimed er appuVe-Uoa-peadiag under t be
Military Service Act, 1917, or the regulation! therriader, hie exempri-jn
t *|jfri. or a certificate uf the Kegiitnr or Dttur Kegiatrar ef the dictrirt
to whii-h he belong!  evidencing  the  fan: or
•THER CLASS
If it be c.. imed that he ie not within the • kit, er that he ie exempted, not
liable or except<*d upon any other ground, a t-tr:ilcateef tw« reputable oitiaena
reaidiag in the community where he Urn having haewledge «/ the fart upon
which the claim ia founded and cirtifving thereto;
FAILURE TO CARRY REQUISITI IVIMNCI
If upon or after ihe 111 day uf Just. 191R, any tu-.b male pcrtwa bt fvuad
wiibout the requititt evidence or certificate upua hu ptrton or in or upua the
building or premisi-a in which he El, be aball iberrnpoB be pret.t-.tJ to bt a
iierton ai tbe time liable for military tervict and to ha a detcrtcT er defaulter
withaut leave:
PENALTY
Aail ba shall slat, I,- liable upon s lussarr evii,iclivn tu a las sat ascMdisg
$511 ,,i to ilopria.uitn-111 for s p-riod* till .vtmiiui Mt SQMlsl, «r lo bulk Sunk
Ss« and ImprlioDiD-nt; »ml moreover, mj such sereoo suv fortbwhh be
uken isto milllary custody Slid tn--. be there il.iaiaed seel required to per-
fiiranoiliisryduty is the Canadian l.xpeditiuatatT Kureesolos|SSaiisserTisee
shall be required, unless or mill tl.tt fact be eeisUiehod to tke ssthfsttioo of
mmpeleiit autbnritr thai he ia not liable for aiilitory dot,.
FALSC CERTIFICATE
Tke use, siaeiin- or jirioi uf any aucb rertili'ste so heretskafere asoa-
tioaod shall. II the eortilosto be in any material respect false or aaialaadiai to tke
knuwledge of tke parson usiaf, aiasiiai, or |itiaf tka saaae, be as offeaco,
puuieaakle, upna eunimary eooviuliwii, by a penalty est eaeaodjjag fire huadred
dollars, aad by iaprisnaumat lor a*j tons iwt ttttttlH * "noil" aad MS-
lees tka* ssn sjweitk.
ISSUED BY THE MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
Or THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Ottawa, May 1], 1911. PAGE  TOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
DISTRICT NEViS  j
*Jwing to the fact th.it we have
not been able to use  our linotype
this  week we have  had to hold
over all correspondence until next I
week.
/    Packet of    x
WILSONS   N
FLY PADS
\ WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN '
X $8°-°WORTH  OF  ANY   /
x STICKY fLYCATCHER
Clean to handle7.  Sold by all Drug-
glata, Grocers and General Stores.
SCHAIfS
PIUS
have a well deserved repti-
U'.ion rts a safe and effective
remedy fi r stomach ailments.    They are
The Herald
$2.00 year
ECZEMA
(nine In .mul we will tell you, some-"
thing iilimit what li. I'. I>. PreawiM
lion made In the l> D. D. Laboratories
Of Toronto) has accomplished in your
own neighborhood your money hack
unless tho first bottle relieves you.
W MAGIC.
BAKINQPOWDER
helpful in bilious attacccs,
sick headaclie, dyspepsia,
heartburn and constipation.
They act gently and surely
on the organs « f elimination, purify the blood, tone
the system and very quickly
itrenofl
riciegfaon
NUTICB
LAND   RhillsTRY Ai T
tn thp mutter of an app'tcat for Hietiwe.ol;
* ilupllcoU) i i-rliftrata ol Title to Lota, 6; 0, 17.
18 anil 19, Blot* » «"<! lAtit 13 t« 10, botli Inclii
ntVa Rloeti ;i n( 0 SuWIvinl t toll 80 ami 32.
tlraup I,   Cronlirook KiUli*. Map 1124, Koottmiu
DlalrieL
S.n i licrelir given thai it la my inu.nt.ui
tu, -.ti ti (titration uf imu ii-»mli after Ui<
Iti- t Dttbllcntlon liereot a .tupli-tnio uf iheUcr
i'ij  ol iWemlwr, tflla
Anypsnnn having nnj Inf iaUou with rof
Brenco to audi lost CertUlcatr oJ Title U rcqncnl-
ed toconimunicnte v.i'h ihoitntlvrsigiml,
liafi.l.n  the Loml  Runfatry OUlco m Nelnon
B.C..thfa2mlf.nyi>f July, 1018.
B. S. STORKS,
District Rcgl li-.ti
Dale oMii-l pulliciitlon July 4, 1U18,
WANT ADS.
Till; ST AH HKCOMI IIANII 8T0IIE
l.isi nt Bargains tills ivtek:-
Cosli Register, National,, Registers
nn io $10.00, cost Jlln.no bargain ni
140.00.
Sft of Dickon's worltn 25 voliitnos
nisi $:::miii for *12.00.
WANTED TO IIKN'l „r purchase, cum
house, close in, mnst be cheap. A.l.li.
Herald inn,.-.	
WANTI-i.lTO BUY-Kltclien llnnse, hei
housenold furniture,   all. in  boon, eo
DOG LOST-Kox wirier im belli » mouths
i,l,l.,.n July M,   Inform »m« Chons, stoto-
IteaiHir, city. anJ receive ruviurtl.
WANTED -Ti. look in. Un' recoo" an onlinilsl.
brins ii around to the Herald MBco.	
FOR SAI.K -Tu.. cows, ono hair llercford and
Imlf Jersey,  halt Holsleln half Jersey, can
li,- s i Hi  miles fniiii ti'wn.   Apply  Hi"
N„. 612, oily.
Full SAI.K-'im- iliuk coniish .-...-It. Bulletin
either ror ii-'rv breeding or cros-ins. Price, tr
A. ll. bmil.i, .ity.
WANTED-A seton l.aal.d 2j-lni.li olcyilo irum,
with sprocket!.   Puono .Oil, or i. ll. lit,, .16.
Butte'- siiibi oak cosl *u5.00 bargain
185.00
I.O.ST.- Sli|i over cover for nuto-
t)iiilii]n hood, brown Bhade. return to
.1.  Annum'  for  reward.
FOB SAI.K.- V g Pigs right weeks
old.   Apply Fred Clark, Wycllffe,
IVW'IIH   Vui'.i'   I .I'.nmlil.   A|i.
ply Mra F W Qreen. ;i-lf
WANTED—0   Dark    Mlsslun    Oak
Dining Clialrs, Cheap for cash.
FOB BALE—Cocker Spaniel Pups nlso
Brood Bllchos prize winning stock, H.
P, Saunders, P. 0. Box 207 I'nlKary,
Alta.
FBB BALK- Kite!   range, with
hoi water front, In guild condition.-
Apply Herald Qfflcc.
I nit SAI.i: C1IKAI'— A small fur.
nace suitable for r, or C roomed house.
Apply In Box (Mr,, Cranbrook.     20-8f
FOB SAI.K : Pocrli'.s Mangle and
Washing Mftch.ln.0 jilsp.Kitclion Italic,.
will liiini coul or ivniiil. -cojidltlon ns
new.   Apply Herald Ottlce.
CAN yimr Fruit mid Vi'irrlnliles. I
meat or fish, by (Im siutni Pressure
System. Sepd for Galftloguc and i
iirlros of Homo ami Commorclal Canning Plants. Kiiiiiiuni'iii Dopt., Van-
couver Island Fruit Lamia, Limited |
lle.lmnnt llldg. Victoria, B. C.
Ttie Li-xuiciWcisli
Crnnbrook Drug & Book Co.,
Cranbrcok, B. C.
GET VOI It   .1011   I'ltlMIMi
AT   TIIK   HI'ltAI.I)
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COLEMAN AND CO. "CANADA" LIMITED,
Proprietor* of "Wincarnis" the famous En^litili
Tonic, beg lo announce that they have decided lo market
a new and improved combination, which contains, in
addition to the Extracts of Beef and Mall, other valuable
medicaments, namely, Glycerophosphates of Calcium, Sodium,
Potassium, Iron and Manganese.
This splendid formula has been compounded on the advice of
eminent Medical authorities and it is the desire of the
manttfacturert to advise their numerous customers throughout
Canada that the additional medication h.is been approved of
and recommended by the Medical Profession.
"Wiiu amis" cannot be equalled in the treatment of Anreniifl,
Brain-Fag, Exhaustion, Lassitude, Nervous Disorders,
Sleeplessnsss and Convalescence from any illness, eic.
Your own Physician will tell you that the medicaments
contained in "Wincarnis" are tlie actual elements of ttie
healthy human body in the most assimilative form.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Military Service Act, 1917.
Men 19 and 20 Years of Age.
Harvest Leave.
Leave of Absence en Ground of Extreme Hardship.
Procedure to obtain Leave of Absence.
Men Nineteen and Twenty Years of Age.
It has come to the attention of the Government that there is a widespread
impression that young men of nineteen years, and those who became twenty
since October 13,1917, as well aa those who may become nineteen from time to
time and who have been or will be called upon to register under the Military
Service Act, are to be immediately called to the colours.
This impression is quite Incorrect. No date has yet been fixed for calling
upon such men to bo report for duty, nor has the question been brought before
the Cabinet for decision. In view of the need of labour on the farm, it is most
unlikely that consideration will be given to the matter until after the harvest is
over, although of course the Government's action must be determined primarily
by tlie military situation.
There is no further obligation incumDent upon young men of the ages
above mentioned who have registered or who do so hereafter, until they receive
notice from the Registrars.
Harvest Leave.
Some enquiries have been received as to the possibility of granting harvest,
leave to such troops as may be in the country at that time. No definite as«ur-
ancc can be given on this point as advantage must be taken of ships as they
become available. On the other band, harvest leave will be given if at all
possible. *
Leave of Absence on Grounds of Extreme Hardship.
It is desired that the Regulations respecting leave of absence in cases of hardship should be widely known and fully understood. Such leave will be granted
in two cases:— (a) where extreme hardship arises by reason of tlie fact that the
man concerned is either the only Bon capable of earning a livelihood, of a father
killed or disabled on service or presently in service overseas, or in training for
such service, or under treatment after returning from overseas j or the only
remaining of two or more brothers capable of earning a livelihood (the other
brother or brothers having been killed or disabled on service, or being presently
in scrvico overseas, or in training for overseas or under treatment after his or
their return from overseas); brothers married before 4th August, 1914, living in
separate establishments and having a child or children not to be counted,
in determining the fact that the man is the "only" remaining son or brother;
(b) where extreme hardship arises by reason of exceptional circumstances such as
the fact that the man concerned is the sole support of a widowed mother, an
invalid father or other helpless dependents.
It is to be noted that in all these cases the governing factor is not hardship,
loss or suffering to the individual concerned, but to others, that is, members of
his family or those depending upon him.
Procedure to obtain leave of absence.
A simple system for dealing with these cases has been adopted. Forms of
application have been supplied to every Depot Battalion and an officer of each
battalion has been detailed whoso duty it is to give them immediate attention.
The man concerned should on reporting to his unit state that he desires to apply
for leave of absence on one or more of thc grounds mentioned and his application
form will then be filled out and forwarded to Militia Headquarters, Ottawa. In
the meantime, if tho case appears meritorious, the mnn will be given provisional
leave of absence for thirty days so that he may return homo antl continue his
civil occupation while his case is being finally disposed of,
Issued by Department of Militia and Defence,
Department of Justice.
Putting the Heart
Into a Tire
T11F. tube is the heart of a tire. To
enjoy all the vitals of motoring—
safety, comfort and economy—use
TUBES
They are built for long service and
especially cured to endure heat.
Strong, thick and "lively" they hold
the air season after season.
Cranbrook Saddlery Co.
Cranbrook. B. C.
Vulcanizing done on out* premlaes
Fireilone Tire ind Rubber Compiny,   Akroi, Okie-, U. S. k.
WATER   NOTICE
(Diversion  ami   IJsfc)
,    TAKE   NOTICE    tliut    Henry   13.
( Sainsbury   whose   a.Mress   is  Cran-
| broo, n. 0, will apply fcr a license to
i take  and   use  One  Second  Foot  of
i water out of Unnamed Like on Lot
, 11544.
The water will be d.'verte-j from tho
stream at a point about 20 Chains
Kast  of '.jo  Nprttl-Wost  Corner of
: Lot. 10;i53 ar.d will be ;ised for Domestic and Irrigation purpose upon
t!:e Land described us Lot 10353.
Tliis  notice-    waa    posted  on  tho
ground on tie \2\\\ day if June 1018.
A copy of ll.ls notice tuid fl-i application pu.'aunnt   thereto and to the
'"Water Act, 1!I14," s\V be filed lit
the offlco of the Water Recorder at
Crabrook. D, c.
Objoclions to (iu> application may
lie filed with the said Water Recorder
or with tlto Comptroller ot Wt-toi'
tora, 11. ('. wlliln thirty i.i.yn itf'er thc
fir ni nppoarnnco of this notice In a
! local   iicw-japi r.
Henry   K<l,   Ball sbury,    ApfMcmi!.
The dale or ihe ftr-i publication ol
' this notice   In  14th of .Inin   MIX.
IV.tTI.lt NOTH'U
Hlti-i'-don and I'm
Take Notice
whose address
will apply for
ihat c. Ii. Garrett,
is Cranbrook, n. C,
i licence to take and
GILLETTS  LYE
EATS DIRT
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
;     NOTICE TO  JITNEY   DRIVERS.
use one second foot of water out of
New Lake and Dickson Creek in Lot
S!H4. which flows north easterly and
sinks. Thc water will be diverted front the stream at a point
at lake in L, 8910 or at spring in L,
8914, and will be used for Domestic
and irrigation purpose upon the laud
described as western half of L, 5248.
This notice was posted on thc ground
on the 24th day of April, 1018, A copy
of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act,
1014," will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at Cranbrook, B. C.
Objections to the application may be
filed with the said Water Recorder or
wiih the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C,
within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local
newspaper.    The  date  of  the   firnt
Notice Is hereby given to those who.
plying Motor Cars for hire with-' Publication of this notice is April 25,
the Clly    Ltm'ts    that  unless a I WIS.
license in that behalf is taken out'
on or before July 1st. 1018 instructions]
will be given to the Chief of Police to I
prosecute   such   often (tern.
BY  ORDER OK TDK COUNCIL.
Crnnbrook, II. O.
June mil.mis.
22-2t
NOTICE
POUND   DISTRICT   ACT
I Whereas unuer provision ol
Act. application has been made
[ to constitute as a Pound Dlslrlc
j portion of the Mull River Dlstr
[ the County of Kootenay com:
i Starting at the north-east con
tlie Canadian Pacific Railway
I pany's- dam on Mull River si
I the corner of tho rond tunnh
! Bull Hlver, It. ('.. io Douglas-
thence in a southerly dlrectlo
' said road to Ibe road rumiii
, Bull Rlveer, H. C, to Wardm
i thence In a southrly direction along
j said road one mile more or less to
j tlie Kootenay River, thence In a
! northerly direction along the cast
: bank of the Kootenay River lo the
| Hull River, thence iu an easterly
1 direction along the south bank of
! Bull River to the polnl of commence-
! menl.
| Notice is hereby gtvoeii that, thirty
days after tho publication of this
notice, the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council will proceed to comply with
snld time objection Is made by eight
proprietors   within    such    proposed
i the
<-|  in
nth to
? from
.•■>nch
along
5 n om
r. B.C.
TENDERS   KOR   COAL.   B.C.
cald 'l'i ndera addressed '<» tiie
igned .and endorsed "Tender
for Coal for ih Dominion Buildings.
Province of British Columbia", will
bi received at the office or Wm.
Henderson Resident Architect, until
July 3rd 101S, ror (ht supply of coal
for ihe PubRc Buildings throughout
i>><- r.ovfno  of British Columbia.
Combined specification and form
ai lender.can be obtained at this
office, from tin Resident Architect.
Dominion Bulldngs Victoria, rod the
Superintend) nt Dominion Buildings,
Vancouver, B, C.
persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not bo considered unless
made on tlie printed forms supplied,
and   sinned   with  their  actual   signa-
C. B. GARRETT, Applicant
LAND ACT
('ranbrook l.aiid llMrlrt
MUtrirt nt Y.txsi KnoteiiH)
Take notice that Harry Kyinell of
Kitchener,' occupation Labourer, Intends to apply for perml-wion to purchase thc following described lands:-
Commencing at a post \.lanted et the
S. E. corner or lot 3003; thence south
'.'ti chains; thence east 20 chains;
thence north 20 chains; thence west
20 chains to place of commencement,
containing 40 acres, excepting there.
from the right of way of tlir Canadian
Pacific Railway Company.
Harry Rymell. Applicant
Date, 1st of May. IMS.
Date or first publication May 30. 1018
21 -91
NOTICK
lures.
Eac
by an
bank,
Minist
10 p.c.
i pound di.
j Schcdult toll
signed.
I E. D, Barrow
1 Department
Victoria.
May
! Corporation <
NOTICE
i,   hi
Mono  "A"* of  the
Act   it) iheunder-
, Minister of Agricull
of Agriculture,
M   t*.
2Slh.,   1018.
t the City of Crnnbi
TO TAN   PAYERS.
Und   ItcirNtrj   Act
lu the Matter of nu Application for
ihe issue of a duplicate Certificate of
, ,! Title to Lots 5, tl. 17, 18 and 19, block
tender musi he accompanied 00 -A ,..,, .* ,, .. tB ,_ 10„„,.a
icepted cheque on a chartered 28 aml lots l3' u'ir>' lh' "'18 and l9'
inyable to tho order of the -Mock 34 or a subdivision of lots 30
of Public Works, equal t° and 32, Group 1, Cranbrook Estate,
f tin amount of the tender, j Kootenay District, rl'ovlnce of British
By RrdC.* DESROCHERS,       Columbia, Map .1124.
Secretary. Notice Is Hereby Given that it Is my
intention to Issue at tlie expiration of
one month after tlie first publication
hereof a duplicate rf .he Certificate
tif Title to the nl. iv. Mentioned lots
in the name of Jos.,lt.t II. Greaves,
which Certificate Is d.it< I thc 10th day
Tenders will be recoived by the I <>' December 1013 and numbered
undersigned up to noon on Thursday  2023-1.
June the 20th for kalsomlnlng the] uated at the Land Registry Olllce at
Nelson, B.C., this 21st day of May,
101S.
K. S. STOKES,
District  Registrar.
pari ment
Ottawa,
Cranbr
TENDERS
of  Public
June   dtll,
Works.
101S.
iik    School    Board.
FOR    KALSOM1NING.
' The attontlon of tl.e Tax Mayers .is
drawn to the large -i- mint offered
! to tbonev/ho pay tin Ir taxes on or
Ibofoo June the 30th. This discount
[ amounts to one-sixth of the total
i amount levied. Th ii Is iu say
. $10.00 diacotinl Is allowed on a lovy
! or $(10. oo.
class rooms of the Central und South
Ward Schools,   Separate tenders are
ff» be made as follows:-
(A)    Central    School:-  First    rinor
Class   Rooms.
(B    Central School:- Second floot
claws Rooms,
tf i   South    Ward    School    Class
Rooms.
The successtul TendeTJer will be
expected lo give an undertaking that
tin work will be completed before
the expiration of the coming holiday
term.
The    lowoost    or  any    lender  nol
nocossnrlly accepted.
T. M
ROBERTS
Secretary,
frntihrook   11   C.
June  i3th(4ftt8,
ROBERTS,
Cltv Clo
Cranbrook. U, C.
June   llth,   1018,
NO ALUM
baking
WATEH NOTICE
IH-ci'slon and Use
Take Nolle.) that llasi) Ilulkot whose
address Is Maker Post Ofllce, will apply
for a license to take and use SO Acre
feel or water out of 11a HA Creek.
which flows South Kast anil drains into Kootenay River about Wardner
Station.
Tbe wnter will be diverted from
'lie stream at a point about 26 chains
North of the Northern Boundary Line
of |ot 12241 end will be used for Irrlga
lion and Domestic purpose upon the
Land described as Lot 12241, G. K. D.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 17th day of June, 1018.
A copy of this notice and appltaa-
'ou pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act, 1014" will be file I in the
ohtce of the Water Recorder at Cran-
lcook Objections to the application
may be filed wiih the said Water Ri>
sorder or with tho Comptroller of
Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B. C„ within thirty days nf-
ter the ni si appearance ot this not-
Ico tn a local newspaper. The date of
the first publication of this notice Is
June 21st, 1918.
BASIL BULK0T, A*plka»i
Date of first publication, May 30th.
1018. 21-Bt
notici:
fort stkki.k townsh'k
NOTICE Is hereby given by the undersigned, acting under Ihe provisions
of the Highway Act Amendment Act,
1017, that North Star Avenue, Fort
Steele Townslte, from Ihe Southwest
boundary lin,. of Rocky Mountain Av-
nue to the north east boundary Hue
of Galbralth Avenue, Is hereby discontinued and closed to traffic, and sixty
dx feet (00 ft.) adjoining to the south
or the said North Star Avenue Is open
to traffic In lieu thereof, lu accordance witli plan registered at the Land
Registry Ofllce, Knmloonr,
J.  II. KING,
Minister of Public Works.
Victoria. 11. C., 20th May, 1»18      21-lit
NOTICE
OF
OF    DISSOLUTION
PARTNERSHIP
Notice in hereby given that tlie
partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned as Insurance
Agcnls In Cranbrook, M. 0, hns this
day hceu dissolved by mutual consent.
All depts owing to the partnership
are to be paid to J. A. Arnold at his
office and all claims against Enid
partnership nre to be presented to
the said J. A. Arnold by whom thu
same will be settled.
Dated nt Cranbrook, IV C, this 13th
day of June 1918.
Witness.   W. A. Nlsbet.
J. A. Arnold,
f, It BoWiU

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