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JOB PRINTING
We are well equipped to
turn out the beet class
of work.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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'L)l>r(- Lpc.l   Column*
"t.-.,L.Ji
VOLUME  14
/F   /OL/   WAA/T   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW,   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
afiSato
(HtAN BROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   Till* KSl'AV, MAY  16,1912
NO. 20
CITY COUNCIL
BUSY   SESSION   HEM) ON MON
DAY AFTERNOON - MANY
MINOlt MATTERS DIS-
IMISKD OP.
A busy Smelt it id tbe eily ootluull
look I'liUV hist Monday aflcinomi,
wben ,, lol ut minor matters wero
disposed of. Tbere were present.
Mayor Bowness ami Aldotmeii John-
dot), Clapp, I. rick soi i, Atrliisim,
t'ntnpbetl awl Cameron < I
There being  presenl certain rtelegn '
linns, tbe Ilvst order of business was	
in boar Irom ItUem.    out; deputation full discussion,   was referred to   tin
JMunriilc, J. D	
31.57
Maodonnld, .1. A	
18.00
Ci'iuilii'ook Foundry 	
6.35
I'nUci'soii Hros	
111.711
Parrett, T. N	
3.00
Parks nml Co	
305,20
Uranbrook Cartago Co.      ■
31.05
w. I-;. Worden	
311.711
Washington Brlok, l.iinr and
S.  1'. Co	
:i,nr>7.3i
Mollrhlo, ,1. II '
2.111
$17,87B.01
Wi  It.  Heatty wrote asking tor      it
ilowolk   nn   Fenwick avt-iuie.    This
ami iilbei'     leN-iieh-ts    lor   sidewalk*.,
ttcro all submitted   lo tbe board    of
works commlUco fm* notion.
Tlie lire chief   wrote regarding   tlie
condition nf certain hydrants   which
f order, This mai ter, after
FOR THE DRY FARiiG CONGRESS
5"
Cranbrook District to bc well 'Represented—Energetic steps being
Taken to Ensure Adequate Representation of this District
at the Big Show
sought authority to connect wilh tlm
sewerage system, being resident just
outside lhe city limits, at tbeii own
expense, This matter was dispose*]
of by referring it lo the srwer.ur
committee, with power to not.
A representative of tbe linn of .1.
I). McBride and t'o- brought up tin*
-ifucstton of plumbing ins'iection ami
suggested the advisability of appointing a plumbing inspector. 'Ibis matter was thoroughly gone into and in
tbe outcome it was also referred lu
the sewerage committee witb power
to aet.
To rrespondence was read from Uie
Trades and Labor Council in refcr-
enco to wages and hours or labor oi
civie employees. This was received
and filed.
A communication from Jos. Ityan,
on behalf of tlie St. Eugene hospital,
requesting the loan of the city's
equipment tor lhe construction of tbe
hospital's sewerage connection with
Uie city system, was acted upon, to
the extent of placing tbe city's outfit
at tbe disposal cf the hospital
nutlioritics, with the exception of
picks and shovels, subject lo tbe approval of the engineer In charge.
A request was received from tlie
hoard of school trustees to dtfer the
proposed school loan bylaw until
further advised.     Ucceivt-d and lilt-I.
Another communication was read
from It. IV Moflatt, re the unsightly;
poles of the Kootenay Telephone
Lines, Md., in front of his place of
business. In this connection wfo,
■•nee was alar) made to other unsightly poles and braces, and an order was made, ii.strucling tin* city
clerk to notify the K.T.L. l.td. tn
have same removed witliin   ■" days.
The finamv committee reported   the
following accounts as cornet, and iu
idle course the)      were passed
ordered paitl:
School board rrders   ...
Salaries 	
Police payroll 	
Kin- department payroll
City engineer's payroll
■('ity Clerk sundries . .
Ward and Karris
I'atuinre Hros	
Parrett, T. N. 	
K. Parks and IV ,    ...
Oeo. It. l-ca.sk 	
McDonald, Sam	
('ranbrook     Cartage
Transfer Co	
Frank Derail 	
McCreery Hros	
McBride, .1, t). 	
Cranbrook Foundry  ,..
Pittsburgh Melel In
Worden, VV, t:	
Crnnbrook    Sash   »u
Factory 	
Cranium k Trading C
Davis Hros     Klectric
f-'iinllai. It	
Heattie Murphy C,» ,
Parte! t, T.  N.
F   Parts ami Co.
Cranl rook Qarogc Co
\\  1:  Worden
Piospe. tm     Publishing Co
Herald Publishing I'n	
Kast Kootena)    McrcanvHo
Mouse  	
V    llv.le llakcl
\    -Mine 	
F. Ktmiiner 	
Nnithetl.     UttOOtrlO       Mann
lecturing Co 	
Want ami llatris
Qltain Kltflne Co .  Ltd,
Worden. W. R	
Factory 	
Km*; Lumber Mills. Ltd.
Koolenay  Telephone UneSi
Md. ..'	
Kink    Mercantile Co , Ltd .
Ilurroughs   Adding Machine
Co	
Vancouver ituWur CoM i.td.
I.nidlaw, .(antes T	
Baker, V. Hyde 	
Si. Kugene hospital 	
Cranhrook Klectric Light ...
Sewerage payroll 	
Reallie-Murr.hy Co	
Cran! rook Sash ami twi
Crmbrook Klectric Light
Co	
Cranhrook Kxchange 	
Davis Hros. Klectric Co. ...
Kink Mercantile Co	
Herald Publishing Co	
King Lumber Mills, Ltd. >-
Kootei.ay Telephtme Co...
Limited 	
That   Cranhrook
well represented at
Imv Farming Coagi     	
Lethbridge next October is now practically assured
'tl tu
comm It too concerned with power   to
act.
Tin; report of the sewerage engineer as In progress on work, etc,,
involved considerable discussion, particulars of which appear under a
separate heading.
An order for $25 in payment td Mr-
(!. D. Mackie's services in preparing
llie sewerage bylaw was paused.
On motion a cheque for $250 was
ordered issued to Mayor Howmss in
payment -,f his personal expenses in
connection with his trip to Montreal
tn dispose of thc sewerage debentures.
Alderman CampbeV again drew attention to thc manner in whieh certain persons utilize the public streets
for tbo storage of tlieir wagons, etc.
and instructions were issued to the
elder of police tbat all such obstructions must be removed   immediately.
Some other petty details of civic
business were discussed and disposed
of and council adjourned.
FRUIT GROWEflS
l*Ool
Ltd.
Lid.
TO     IJB   TIlOROl (JULY    RKPRK
SKNTKD AT CHANBHOOK'S
COMING   FALL   FAIR.
Messrs  P   DeVere Hunt, ff. H  Mo-
Karlaiie ami Itev. 4. K. Dunham,
formed a delegation from the Crao-
bToox Agricultural association, that
waited upon Creston fruit growers
lasi week end and Invited tlieir cordial co-operation in the Cranbrook
Fall Agricultural exhibition.
The visit of this delegation proved
eminently successful. Differences that
bad existed were smoothed away and
as a resull the delegation was pro*
mised the hearty support of Creston
fruitgrowers in the coming fall fair
Tins means a very great deal* Cr-s
!"ii ranks high as a fruit growing
districl     The fruit growers ol   that
rrcctlon are thoroughly up-to-date and
man. af tbein are experts in tin* business They will OODM to Cran-
brook wiih One exhibits, properly
packed, prepared to carry all before
ihem. Whether or not they sue
coed in tins meritorious effort, tliey
1 will In* heartily weldmied to Cran-
brook .mil every effort made to pi**'
1 them a thoroughly good time
i fhe management <•( the AgricuHur-
.ii association will persist In this
work nf cultivating the active inter-
esi ol surrounding districts in ttit*
coming Kali Fan. holh by personal
visits and correspondence a wrj fl>cc
lsl effort will he put forth during
the coming    months to attract      to
I (m Cranbrook during the Fnll Fair,  not
II *j:,  °hl)  the biggest and best exhibits of
S ;it  every class of farm produce, bul    the
farmers, fruitgrowers ami their families and fneii<ls ai well, with n view
• establishing lite Cranhrook Kail
Fail upon its proper basis, ns the
1 l ii Mtita'iic exhibition pine*' (or tli.
pftlin   KoSl   Kootenay country.
"1
IIS2.25
845.00
.80.00
SS0.00
878.10
im.is
2.85
11.19
11.50
:.-' 1,7
i so
01 1111
0.00
.17 B9
1.78
I'i 71
mi.:-.
10.00
22.00
ill 11
88.91
iri.211
18.19
7.00
I mi
1
1
III -III
r.n 00
1.88
•:: in
FATHER BECK LEAVING
11.00 __.
111 liii HWERINTKNDENT OF     ST. Kl'
8.99
1.17
li '17
110.10
m:\l-: MISSION OOtNO
liltl-'.KNlVOOII.
Diiiiiig the woek u joint oonlctonoo
di dclogntM, reprcsantilng Olio A-gricul-
tiuul aModatlon, iln- bounl nl
1 raili- and thu Crantnoolt District
Auto association met lor orR-ani/a-
tlon purposes, ami a|>|>oiatal .). I*.
►'Ink as chairman and l>. D. Mcbaws,
secretary,
Thi- plans (it this new organi/ation
ar:- very dcOnite anil eminently prac
tk-al.
district,    will he charge ul h\  Uie  lutontohllo ..-..ici.i- posca untlineil at
itn- lorttiOoniiiiK tiim.       In addition,   tlw cummin c men tviM lw prep
as. to bo hfld   ia will undertake to   pruvldc the n Ces i viiiliii. nml tlie i-Nlnli
gary scaled .im^   foi pulUn    ip     ul from Letlihridge, wlier
Iresh Imil      llcpreaeiilativi-ij, ul    llu lablish tlieir own terit
central   commlUco   will    prrsunally     \\\ the nboi
visit every    farmer anil frail gn-owir ilh> liainls ol 11
and   dlseusN    witli liim   the rwialre-| ready got dow
nit-nts „l   llie Dry Farming Congress tI)can i0 wink
lu the matter nf
vnr to arrange for
ol exhibits In ill
triet being properl
ixhiblln uml ende
insi 111'.- riglrt kii
un- Cranbrook d!
.- uml talrlj ttdvi
ill  I-
lliis
listil nl the Congress.     In lliis con
nectlon, tlio committee will also work
I Inr tin- Cranbrook Fnll Fair, tlie idea
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Ifc'ine,  I.i see  llle best   iiissilih- liis
in tile lirst place tliey propose to plays, for use Iirsl nl homo ami tlicli
make a thorougti canvass nl Uh- far- lur display at Lethbridge.
mors and fruit growers of tlio .lis-J It. 15, itt-allie, iln- representative "f
trlct, with a view to securing thoi- lho Automobile nssoclatjon, wus able
oiighly representative exhibits, the to guarantee Hint ut least twenty,
bundling and delivery of which at Ih^j t'ranbrook cars would ho al lhc   dis- al"'
t'ranbrook   Fal
Farming   Congress
'I'liul they will receive
miiiiiiniinis supporl ni
llu- automobili
v     llie
..rs to     and
lliei   will es
I city.
angementa arc   iu
■ii. wlm have    al-
hanl work.     1 li. y
Mil) tor both   lho
nir and tin-    Dr)
ll     l.i'lblilidge.
lhe heart) nml
ili/i ns mnl lu
lls   in   Ibe
bc taken lor
generous   co-<
i,l Crnnlii. uk'
display   nl
district
granted
Iteration
r Fnll Fi
lhe Iln
gi nir.illy,
and   wilh
WORK     HKINti    I'l S1IKII   ALONG
\ KliY SATI.SFACTOH1I.V -
DISPOSAL WORKS NEAR-
INIi COMPLETION.
Very satislactory progress is lit-mg
mode with tlie Installation uf iiu- new
.r.'.ii.ur system. Tho iajing ot the
pipes progi-esses apace, us Indicated
iii Uu' subjoined report ol tlie resid'
mi t-ngincci loi tin- inuiitli ,,i April;
SEWERS.
K. Garden Lane—This   sewer   was
c nenced   on lhe   mill   Mnrcli aad
has    ii"w been   completed, tbe luial
length being 1810 led
E, Burwell Lnne.-At tho date ol
Iin- strike, n/.. 2-10. April, 2140 teet
uf sower pipe Imd been laid, combo   manhole ut Junction
i ncing
nli iin
ii ih,- a
Garde
i les    '
Inn,- i
Us   .ll-
Wort
pro-
ngress is assured.
Tlie
brook
unit)
hone
fi r liiiin
I boosl >
fullest n
olfercil
nul.lge
litlvi
I'oole
tilnliel
11 In
tho
-k in
exhibition   grounds    will   la-   take ' pusal ut tbe eommitte
Inr  Ull
|iur
ut.
HID   [lininr I   'Vh™   ll,is application .•
Hln tMrlnt •*■ *'|"T,"",
presented    themselves,   n
nlrLL MttllNb ^«w » '-
PERSONNEI-   OK CANADA'S BIS*
LEY TEAMS - SEVERAL
R. C. MEN INCLUDED.
hneebtel, another lederal spec
forest protection, tbat oil fuel
province shnild bc exclusively
ployed by tlte operating cailv
ler two years Irom dale, U
hoard's sitting, it was poll
that the C.l'.ll. was olrcadj
ing to adopt nil luel on its uk
me beloii
proposal
tahly tba
ih.* lorca
ll, ami Mr
lis) ll
belt, Mr. Itoss, while in
iln* matter finally sin
Whal now remains lo in
tbe    province to    pas*
Ottawa, hail
Igbtciied out.
done is fni
nn   ord.r iii-
l.-ll   olll
Secn'lary   Blrdwhlstle ol tbc Dotn-
ininii »[ Canada Ititlc assocloitoa, has
announced tbe official makeup of this |mWI, ()U 8|)ppl ,, ,((ls
years Bisley team, 'lhe officers hL^ af)(, KimUt0{^ miil
,'lwrg*' arf,: ." . .Mind the use ol ol to il
p reparian line,
it Revel
Iso    est-
ver   Islam)   lines, for
now directly available,
Commandant, Meui.-Col. .]. W. tie
O'Orady, flOHi llcgiment, Winnipitg;
Adjutant, Lleilt.-Col, Chas, K. Winter, (jiH'hec, formerly of Ottawa.
The team is as follows: Lieut. J.
A. Steele, No. l Co., C.A.S.C,
Ouelph; Sergt. .1 W. Bat-torablll,
COth Regiment, Winnipeg; Corp. A.
Rutherford, 2nd Q. O. R., Toronto,
Ptc H. Auld, 90 Reglmei.t. Winnipeg; Lieut. A. M. Ulac'riburn, 90th
ItegiitH-nt, Winnipeg; Copt. .1. C. Sc-
latcr, 6th Regiment, D.C.O.R., Van
couver; IMe. A. B. Mitchell, !9th Regiment Toroi.to; Scrgi. K. Mclnnes,
P.E.I., L. II. Cherry Valley, P.E.I.;
Sergt. .1. It. Armstrong. 68th Regiment, Halifax; Corpl. .). 11. Regan,
lOI&t li'ijinieiii, Edmonton; Col-
Sergt. .1. Stoddart, J»lst Rogiment.
Hamilton; Sergt.-Major W. L. Dy*\
mond, R.C R . HaWox, formerly ol due, however,
Ottawa. Scrgt. W A. Smith, d.O. this sweeping
P.O., Ottawa; Sermt.-Major E. Mac-
Dougal, 5th CO.A., Victoria, B.C.,
Corp. (1. Mortimer, 8th R. C. R .
Quebec; Lieut. A- i*. Magg*s, Vancouver, R C ; Sergt
A., Victoria
which it bail
^^^^^^^^^^^ a coal supply.
It was urged tbat, In view of    tlie
adoption   ol oil    fuel,   the railways
s-hoiild lie   relieved of tpspectlcn     ni
locomotives ami also nf obligation of
providing   for breaks  ami tlie maintenance or patrol, tbi* three ftp.1   essentials,   according to the plan     ni
forest protection favored      by      the
I provincial authorities. Naturalt
[„ conscrvathm   commission and
l>i.minit>n government, charged
t In*   administ ratlt n   • >I   tba
lx*lt. were anxious    to stem
the
tin*
with
rallwa)
BUCb   .i
cTHinoil setting forlli tlitt Hie province accepts tbe conditions, tbat thc
British Columbia law shall apply,
and Hint Itiilisb Columbia offlcei
shall have jurisdiction. Tho ncccssnr)
oitliT-iii-coiincil will be pul, through at. unavoidable
at tbe lirst meeting of the provincial
executive. It will then be forwarded tn Ottawa, whereupon tbe
necessary proclamation handing over
Mu* water in the railwaj belt lo Hie
provinciii administration will la- issued.
Ity (be lirst ol June all tliese tor-
nmlltiea will have been completed ami
the jurisdiction vested in   the   pro*
nice.
On account of the department ol
lands takintn ovt-r the water admi*'is-
tration iu the railway belt ami also
lii-cause of the irrigation problems
generally in the province, Mr. Ross
fell the additional expert assistance
Kor this reas n
in Washington,
help from United
Would lie necessary,
be d.'termini*d while
: I). C, to secure
'si.ucs experts.
With this end In view Im* saw    Mr
•lames Wilson, the t'nittd states sec
retary of agriculture, and Mr. Wilson
gave him a note to Dr. True, wbt  i>
ad of the scientific work oi      tht;
 ,li farther     ih..n  l niU',[ Stales department of agriml-
theorctlcol, prop, sal, tore,
which fails   to   take   into considers :    "I think," said Mr. Wilson in   tlii*.
tion   local conditions, confident    that j note, "we   can   well   permit    some
■tHvssion ami were satisfied to
eept th;- substitution ol oil for coal;
as making possible a reduction if th*
(mt nil costs, etc.
Tbe   provincial government let Is
s street.— From Bur'
tn.s. As Instructed
, carried across the u
box supported on concrel
piers. The sewer was also diverted
north from tbi- center hm* of ibe
road. Hy fcttcsc alterations consider-
nble excavation was saved About
Hi"i feet  of sewer pipe was laul
li. Lumsden Lane.—From Hie June-
Hi ii with thi-   Edwardi strnvt se*Aei
.il I   1011 feet  nf pipe was laid    Dnr-
hig ilu- time of tli.' sink.' coiis-idera,:i'e
! -li struotlon w.,s done to     ttie
i'i..- ■; New pipes bad to Ih* laid to
li,:|.ice the broken ones tbUS causing
^^^^^^^^ ii.creast* in H H
i.i iiii-- pin. ni sewer.
K. I'o.il *. [..is..-— .\> toetruoted the
sewer was laid along this lane Instead ol lu Martm and Pooler
avenui s At thc date ot the strike
everything was in good shape but
during tbe cessation nf operations
the ditch caved In in many places,
;.ini the cost of laying tbe icwer has
tb-ieby lieen addi*d 'o.^^^^^^^_
\ Maker Lane—Work -Aas resumed
on this stretch .f sewer Irom the
point where Optra'ions were termin-
 il !.<■■: fall.
General .---During the mo.-.'h the
total length nl pipe laid was about
1,600 reel beinu an average of about
1,300 feet per week. The total
length   eicavated   was    aboot 5,000
"n tb.. 21th 'ilt , as you are aware.
a strike ol in.- men took place lor an
.-■ In wajt*. tbelr tWnands 1-e-
ing $3.75 for a <• hour da;, or H00
foi a 10 hour day. Altei ci*nsidera-
tion it was agreed to ofI*r J2 T5 for
a 10 hour day, and, a- instructed,
work was resumed in Uh* lst Inst at
tbat rate
DISPOSAL WORKS
Kennedy. TStli Regiment, Ptotou;
Lieut. E I. C Porstcr, 3rd R.C.E,,
Ottawa. Onl . Ptc. W. H. Mcpht-rsoi.,
78th Regimtnt, Slellarton. N.S.
Waiting men arc W Davidson. Wtb
Regiment, Winnipeg, Man., s.-Sergt.
ff. Matsden, 00th Regiment, Winni-
IH-g; Corpl. (i. Copping, Brd V.R.C.,
Montreal
ample protection Inr Uie lores! areas
is provided under Ibe Inspection, pat-
K. Richardson, 5th rol and   railway regulation plan OOn-
B.C.; t'apt. II. R.  tained in    ibe Provincial Forest   andj
young man under Dr. Fortler to   get
le.oe of absence to help out tbo   <
nadians in irrigation.   Also l»r   V<
' I-1. lor sixty days."
ts a result an arrangement was
made by which Mr. II. V. (In.ns'.y.
whu (s now    iu ottargo ol Irrigation
i.
onii a
FORESTRY KIRK PROTECTION
NOTED 1 . S   IRRIGATION
EXPERTS TO WORK IN
B. O,
Dominion Railways Acts. The provln-l
cinl government does not leel in   the m
least iudimtl to pla*e a heav>  hand- j wi       	
ieap on 'be provincial c ial industry- Investigation lor the t niud Stal fl
cutting away from the mine Industry in Oregon, will come to British Co-
its market with tbe railway com- lumhia fur u year. He 1$ expect i
panics, whicb now consumes approxl-l to arrive in about a week and be
match- 470,0^11 tons, valued at will look Into conditions and will do
neaily (1(800,000 pel annum ol Brit- tbe necessary field work f. r thc     In*
ish Columbia coal in operating   their I formation of      Dr. Sat -1    Fortlet
trains in this province, for ihe bene* who will spend -luly and August in
lit of the California producers of oil. Victoria. Dr. Kortier is chiel ol
who would command the llritish Co- tbe irrigation investigation stations
himbia railway market for fuel on ol tbe United States department "I
the coming into lotoe nt the Biggest- agriculture. He la a Canadian by
ed change. Hon. Mr. lUss. there birth and a graduate ol McOlll uni
fore, opposed iln*   contemplated torn-   versity,     Ile will come lierc for two
pulsory and complete substitution ot
oil fuel fir railwav operation In
Hritish Columbia, arguing that th'
provincial proposals were preferable,
Ow ol tin* point! ol lb ■ prop Mil
belore thc railway board was that a
fire tnspcotor in* appointed with \
months in an advisory capacity in
respect to Irrigation. the
name position Mr Overton Price wBI
iiii with regard to lorettry- In addition to the sixty daya, whicb be will
actually spend here, hli tervleea vill
be  available fot   e.'iis'itlatloti  at    0%\)
VIGOROUS  AND  DISPASSIONATE
DISCUSSION   OF THIS LIVE
SCB.IECT BV REV. DR.
lKiNNKLLV.
on Sun-
n "Soc-
y     The
public
:ont rolled I time during Ihe
minister
Victoria
Word „( the approaching   departure
ol Rev. Father Deck Irom this    spe-l
80.20  tion lo the Boundary district will be
70.28 learned of with   very great regret by
I all wbo have tla* pleasure ol his   ac-
100,00 qualnlence or who have come In  e-.m-
25.50  tact wiib bim during his years ol re-
fiO.uO sidcDCe   in   this locality.      For tbc
220.60 past five years Rev   Father Beck has
500.00 lieen in   charge of tla- St. Eugene ln-
11.18 diau    Mission,    where   his   excellent
5,825.00 work speaks    for itself iu Ihe      im
LOO provemenl ol the   Mission, now    one
201,22  i.f the   show places ol    East Kootenay, and in the orderliness ami pros-
1.57 pcrity of the    Indians, be had under
t.iil   his supervision.
11*45 Rev. Father Lambot, of Own-
lli.Oh wood, will succeed Father Beck at
18.50 the Mission. Rev. Father Beck goes
33.83  io Orcoflwood,    where he will relievn
Hon. William     R. Ross, provincial diction   over   all ledeially^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
nl lands, hns returmtl      to railways in this   province; and while ——-
from  a six   WTeks*    trip,   this was not at lirst lavored hy   the WATER     RIOHTS    IN    RAILWAY
which took   him    to the centres   ol federal tribunal,   when   the province BELT.
governmenl ol both the United suites urged it last August at Vancouver,, .\t a meeting ol Un provinckl c\.
ami Canada. During bis visit to it is understood thai II oomm ndi tt- . nti\* last Thutsday n minute ol
Ottawa, Hon. Mi. Ross attended the sell distinctly to thai body. I pon eouncll presented by Hon, Mr Hns
sitting of Un board ol railway com- the appointment nt this inspector, wris du|y paaan|| Bgreeing to the
missioners of Canada. Certain ot the ■houW the utiity ol such an official terms o( ,|lt. federal legislation pro
-instil*.rahly   be admitted, he   will  decide to what | vldlng ftir the transfer of atlministra-
preu   despatches     have i
tin* rail-
l
right-of-way, fire
l«.0f» Itev. Father t'lminel of   ttotne ol   his     _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
l»2.0fi work, having charge of tlrand Forks'.mental   Inspection ol locomotives op- over to the   pi
McNeill, R        21.89 and Phoenix. (ersted In lorested districts. tratio* of   tin
misrepresented Hon.   Mr. Ross' posl* extent a patrol is necessary
tion with respect to details ol     thc  ways ol course bearing tlw* burden   't
regulations under consideration      by the cost.     The decision ot ibe      al
the railway commission   with regard icmativc   proposals   —   the   federal
to tbe suggested   introduction   ol oil plan of universal ml   (ml us d       by
fuel exclusively oa Canadian railways  railways in British Columbia nr   tbc
operating in this province, from  and provincial    close  prrtectton,   patrol
alter   April   1, 1014.      Tin* province  and clearing scheme — at  Ilmi      Mr
has made no     request ol this nature Ross' departure   itood adjourned un
nor contemplated such a step.   What til last week,
dad been   asked   lor by the province     Rut in conneoucnor nl the
was   compulsory   control hy      and death  ol   Clmlrrpon   Mali
al    ttie cost of tin* Interested    com-  Uld   over   until    Mny 25.
panics of all lines under the jurlndic- ov«i|   the   provincial minister looks'the federal   legislation consummating Lif
Hon of the railway commissi-*,    as lor a   ruling before the close oi     the' the npr.-cment with the province will natun
well as compulsory clearing ol     the month. | lie proclaimed and the provincial   de-
hreaks. and govern-    j,,    connection   with   the  handing pnrtmrni ol land-- ossntne lull Qontrol
Liquefying Tank.—'The rool has
been oomploted, the sludge valves fixed, and the forms all removed. The
tank is now practically ootnpleted
Screening     . hamlier.—-The   t»<»ttoni
Mid  walls    have in*en tmnptttwi    anil
,.*  vtlve iixed.
Coarse FJ.ter.-TI icavation was
rompletcd .ind the forms for tl»«- bottom and channel put in posiiflo:.
The iM-einn- of geavel tor the fil
lers was al1*'! proceeded with
Vouri respectfully,
Tbo John Oali Engineering Co.
IN r Adam A   Mcl.intock.
Resilient Bngineei
A Heiald   representative paid       a
i  * disposal wnrki      this
a. ■ in companj with Mr. ,\ \
McCllntock, the resident engineer,
Wbo very carefully and in irre.it de
tail explained to the scribe all the
detnlli -ii Mm big work going on out
on St Joseph*! Creek. I'ntortunau-
I. till iApl.iiiatioi.s were utterly »as-
led, . - ilw- <.iiil-i* liad no notion ol
was talklm abcait
M **■ ver, the septic tank is un-
doubtedly a fine niece ut wotk un<t.
,i eneral way, even thing oppnii
ed ti in- gcdnfi lorward with doe dis
patch it. a most aorkmanllke man-
ner, thanks rrrj largel) to ih** capable foreman, Mr Atkinson, an old-
tituer at Hns kind ot work, v.h„ sup*
rrintemled tbe Installation of the
■ rage system at Vernon,
in every   particular, *i far as   tb-
icrlbe'l Hmited knitwledire wnuhl permit {f his judging, the (HapOSSl
worii sriil In- peifect nl tlieir kimt
and in every lenso ndoquate t^i the
requirements nf the city.
OIVi: him  \   OOOD EDUCATION
The Auditorium was filed
day evening for the lecture oi
ialisnf by Rev. Hr Donnelly
reverend father's fame as a
speaker tlnubllevs ac-.-_-.lnUd (ol
large an audience, but the «idespivail
interest in tbc subject tu be discussed
by a leading member ol tbe Roman
Catholic ehurch, also had its influence iu attracting so large, and as it
proved, sn   appreciative an audience
Mr. p. E. Wilson occupied Uie chair
ami Introduced tbe speaker In a lew
appropriate words.
it is only possible here ta briefly
summarize Rev Father Donnelly's
admirable an d lucid exposition of
Socialism, the Herald would like to
bc able t.. give ,i verbatim report ot
in*- lecture, because it wa-* an entire-
L) dispassionate and emlnentll fat'
rcvlet* and criticism of scientific socialism, a-- laid down by tbe reeositit-
r*d leaders io Europe, titeat Britain
and tlw ti lied States
In ins opening remarks the lecturet
placed himself on Uw happlesl terms
wuh his audience b\ pointing out
that lie was personally a peculiarly
suitable individual to adopt ■oclslls*
tH teaching, because he owned nn
properti, received no wages, but
had worked with band, tongue and
pen, without pay to uplift humanity.
(ol the past twenty years.
Father Donnelly went on to point
ut that Bodaiism was no new con-
ceptlc-n ol political tiphis. Twenty*1
hundred years ago Aristotle had
discussed every phase ot socialism.
IK" also warned his audience a-cainst
a confusuon of soctolism with Social
reform, a movement lor tbe Rr.-at-.-si
nvpod nf the ereatcr number. In this
connection he referred U the minimum wage scale lecently Introduced
In Oreat Britain, tn th*- coal mining
industry, ar^i to many other innovations and social UetttementS, which
■odaHsi odvoottes clainwri as part
of their polkv. tait whicli. in laet,
were as much parts ol tbe policies
■ •' Liberals and Conservative*:, and as
a nutter of fact, were the policies of
every richt thinkine man and woman.
Conditions did exist that were un-
lutt and unfair and the causes
•be** conditions could be clearly
monstrated and wculd be removed,
as they were brine removed. He outlined the c»js*-s as follows: tl) The
reckless injustice of the rich, grinding labor by tht sweating system;
12] llowness of legislation to grapple
with this evil, due to the apathy of
dexnoeracy, which latter cause be d*.^-
eribOd as the real explanation of the
tardiness in tbe rectification "f the**
evils.
Socialism, he deficrit-ed ui^ler two
phase*. "Collectivmn" an<l "BOOBO-
mie Beti-rmimsm."
Rev tratbet Donnelly carefully ex-
plofned both tl»*se Wt-as. quoting
from the written words of ntiogofxed
leaden In *t**- Socialist movement
He mdicaT'il tba* thf-re could he no
mob thing as evolutionary s<<ctalism,
it mosi 1** revolutions* >, involving
Ibe uliole world Ik-aling with ec*i-
nomlc determinism, lie pointed out
that this involved the materialistic
conception Oi Mttoty and clearly demonstrated that no man could ll*
S true s<*K-ialist without l*inc an
a'lieist. He proceeded t*-, show hy
tlie written words nl authoritatf.**
leaders in tin- socialist ranks, tbat
the ado*iti«4i Of w-cialisni mean' the
destruction *A ttie famii. and a stat--
Ol free low*. This asp** t of tin- case
tie vtgoMuslv eitipba-|/*-d by quota
tlOM from the thu-f writer" among
'lie socialist leaders.
BefOM resuming bis *at Rev.
Katbcr I>orm*'lly milled ar.y i«eis»-!i
pretent, *'> nrfoded, to put anv qu**-
tiir. be or slu- liked, U4 him. No one
present •-■■■•i ***t to ask qoentkM arid
Ua meeting adjourned
lor
de-
tlon of waters in the Dominion railway belt tt. the provincial authority,
such wai*i*. lolling undei federal cm
i ml to tie administered under tbe
general water laws ol British Columbia ami by the provincial officials
trusted    with Iheir   administration
The revenues     collected    through the
administration of   waters in the bell
(lands will   be paid in    I the federal    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
[retted treasury   by Hn*     provincial author)-     Halifax* Herald: of course It  is Im*
was ties after   deduction of lair admlnii   po rfble lo |udgo wKb unerring cer-
In any t rat ive costs.      It is expert cd    that talnlj   what a Iki\ is heat titled lor.
a complicated affair, and  the
tt   occupations is continually
' l it.. In '       \  goml education     must
Im* In some extent general, laying thr
-♦-
DEATH OF LHOr TUPPER
London, May 13 -Lady Tupper,
wife of Sir Charles Tupper. Bart..
died on Saturday afternf-uri al their
Bngllsb home, Belle) Heath. Kent.
Thr late Lady Tupper was Mm
Kranres Monte, of Amherst, N S She
bas been 111 for some time, and two
of her sons. Sir Charles Ilifchert Tup-
per, of \'ane<mver, and -I. Stewart
Tapper, of Winnipeg, reontl)     left
for the old
IVIIHi'
watei
tdminii   of water matters within the railway gi idwork foi usefulness In any ra
in tbc railway  hell during the ensuing fortnight
parity.
I
hei illness
been in poot
and his life
winter, but
country, called there by
Sir 'li.ul'-. himself hits
health tor ,. long   time,
was delpaired ■■)
he   managed to
la*l
pull THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
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THAT is the name, and
below is the trademark,
you are to look for next
time you buy underwear.
Your size in any garment
with that trademark will
lit perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value; and you get our
Guarantee of " money back
if you can fairly claim it."
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11 VIEWS UPON
TIE TARIFF
CONSUME!*   AND   MANUPACTUR-
K!i  (1IVK TIIKIK   OPINIONS
R-EOARDINCI    UNITE!)
STATES   I.i MBEU
IN CANADA.
At Calgary, Alta., tin* uuesllon
raised by thc Imports of United
States lumbei Into Canada ut prices
which Cai.adlan mills cannot com
pote against, has been widely discussed ol late. Tbc Importance oi
the subject wan Increased by tbc
prescnlat.on of the two subs of tbe
question b\ leading representatives
ol the farmers and ol thc lumber
manufacturers who weie jn the city
recently »' Uie some time.
Mr .1. K Fivam, secretary "i the
iinieil Fanners' association, discus*
sing the situation, stated that the
solution • i Hie difficulty would lie
found In co-operation rather than in |
the Imposition of a duty nu lumber
from thc United Slates. The bono
of contention, he saul, was not llie
Importation of cheap United States
lum tier, but the conditions Imposed
by middlemen, who in some ease
were taking advantage ol temporary
conditions to purchase (heap United
States lumber were selling il to Canadian consumers at high prices in
preference to Canadian lumber.    This
COUld  lie most easily   sitvetl by    more
dieect    communication between     tbo
producer ami    lhe eonsumci      From
i'i to t't per tl s.itiil could be BBVcd
tn the consumer if this were brought
about. Every local union had at
presenl under consideration tne possibility of establishing a co-operative
organization embracing every part ol
tin- province,
The establishment of a provincial
cooperative agency, be said, would
have a particularly desirable effect In
ihe adjustment ol Wm lumber trade
between the manufacturers in British
Columbia and the consumers In Alberta. Cutler normal conditions, it
was impossible for United States
manufacturers to compete with British Cif-'mliia in Allierta, on account
of im* difference in freight rates. Thi
natural source of ihe lumber supply
for this country was tlie Kootenny
district, and lhe eastern slope of Hie
Kocklcs, and the rate from Nelson,
I Nakusp and Kaslo was afxnit 20c. la
22e., while the rale from Vancouver
I to Calgary was but 3Bc.
■ However, the Canadian manufacturers suffered from on additional band-
leap in the excessive cost t f operation, due, iu some measure, to an-
tiniiated methods and to an apparency inferior natural Held. Invcattgn-
J lit n hy representatives of the United
Farmers had shown that il cost
about $12.51) per thousand to load
Ihr lumber onto tin* cars in tbe Kootenny country.
A representative t-f the Hritish Co
luuibia lumber manufacturers wlm
i called on Mr. Frcam made thc
statement tlmt ol all Hie lumber cut
in ilie Kootenay country, only 15 per
rent went into uppers; the other K"i
per cent was common or cull. It was
apparently to offset stub disadvanl
ages as ibis thai lumbermen wet
asking for a protective duty. The
working out    of a inch tariff Bchcra
woil.d afford   no relief to tbe western  MINISTER    PRAISES   ZAM-BUK
consumer; but it might probably   as- __—
sure the entire trade for Canadian
mills, at the expense tf the present
middleman's profits. i
Tells How It Cured   His Wife's Bad
Sore.
That the middlemen, alone, arc pro
Ming by any   importation of American lumbei was proven by the statistics of last  yenr, which showed that vcr., Da<|  sori,
the largest amount   of Imported lum- impossible to
When
llev
faltt:
ber was received at Vancouver, Ol
300,000,000 feet imported, over 100,-
noo.onti feet was hard timber, which
is not produced in Canada; ami the
larger portion of the remainder wus
senl lo Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The freight rates from Seattle, Portland, and Spokane to Hus.* provinces
arc practically the same as from
Vancouver, giving tbc Canadian man
itfiiciurer a slight advantage, if
anything.
Mr Praam's views, as reported
above, being those of the consumer,
arc naturally pretty bard mi lire iv-
taller, but tlu-y hear oat l.u „ re
murliable manner, thc claim made liv
tbe Canadian lumber manufacturers
thai the Imposition td a duty, or the
proper enforcement of the duties already    provided     for in     the   tariff
any Increase in the
to tho consumer,
Lumberman      ami
.a
the
AUDITORIUM
NEXT ATTRACTION
Tuesday Night, May 21st
Return of the Season's Biggest Dramatic Hit
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THE RIVERSIDE NURSERIES tml !ms
Have Ht ill on hand for Spiing I" la nil tig
Wagener Northern Spy Wealthy
Jonathan riclnto*h Red Wine sap
Snows Urn veil stein King David
Rome Beauty Red Cheeked Pippin
Plums, Pears and Peaches
Bitabtlnhed in i.kxj.   ISS'Aorei
P. H. WORTIIINfJTON, Local Agent
would mil invoh'i
price ol lumber
says the Canada
Woodworker.
It is Interesting in this connection
to note the other side of the question
ns presented by Mr. I1. Lund, president of the Crows Nest Pass Lumber
company. According to the statement uf Mr. Lund, as published in
the Calgary Albertan alongside
Mr. Kreum's views, the Lumber
duslrj of British Columbia is ii
perilous condition, anil unless
people of Hie west are prepared to
pay higher prices In order thai it
may be protected by a tat ill from
siiiilh-Tii coinpetitii.il, the mills of
Hrilish Columbia may be closed
down ami the once prosperous lumbermen forced to join   tin- bankrupts.
"The output of the mills for this
year will Im* decreased by one half,"
ilrilaiul Mr. Lund. Lasi yenr thc
lumbermen of the south dumped 500,-
000,000 teet ol lumber into Canada,
and 1 estimate that this year thc
amount will bc doubled. The reason
for this is evident. Thi1* United
States     with Hs
Kvery-thing I*.lst> Had Failed.
Henry .1. Hun-ton ut Black-'
MU., writes: "My wife had a
toot, which it ueemes
get anything to heal.
The sore would heal to n certain
point and then fester again, and so
on. I procured a box of Zam-Buk.
and after persevering with this herbal balm for some time the sore was
completely healed. i
"We were so grateful (or this cure,
and Zani-Hm. acted so differently to
any other if the numerous remedies
we had Hied that 11 hough! you
ought< to know ol this case. I have
since recommended Zam-Buk to several of my parishioners, and it always gives satisfaction." |
Another Instance in wbieh /am-Huk
proved of tineoHiallcd value is told by
Mr. N. L. derry ot Brandon, Man,
lie -says: "I had my loft foot run
over by a wagon loaded with wheat
The fool was very badly crushed, and
my little tin' and the next too were
slit open. I applied Zam-Buk, aud
only had to miss wi rk for two days.
Zam-Buk healed Hn* wound sotuiickly
tlmt oil tin- third day I was able to
put on my It ot and walk to my
work, In a very short time my toes
were jjuite healed, and the foot Js
now ns sound as ever, thanks to
Zam-Buk."
.lust as good for chronic sores,
ulcers, piles, blood poison, burns,
scalds, cript ions, eczema, and all
sin Injuries and diseases, 50c, box at
all all druggists and stores, or Zam-
Buk Co., Toronto. Try Zam-Buk
Soap,  too, 25c.  per  tablet. t
riciiitiiral Exhibition takes place
earlier than the Dry Farming Congress, and its prize lists are not yet
in the hands of the printer. Wake up!
Oct Busy!
A LINK    WITH LIVISGSTOSK.
Tbe death is    announced ol      Mrs.
Agues   Livingstone    Bruce, the elder
daughter    of Dr.     Livingstone- Mrs
larger production Bruce was born in   Africa, at Kuru-
and greater cities     affords an exton- mM| sixty-four years ago, When four
she market for the higher grades   of years of age she   was sent home    to
lumber, while presenting but n small knglaml for her education, and      on
demand     for the lower grades.       In *,,... father's   return, after the famous
Western Cauatla, at the presenl   time journey in the   Hark Continent,    she
the lower grades are in demand. Hav- s-„,tlt a jarg0 amotint of    time in his
ing a gotwl market     for the    higher company,   travelling with   hlm     in
grades ihe   l nited   Stales   concerns scotlar.d ami Knglaml.     Her ent-hus-
can allord    to sell    their low grade asm for    iH,r father's work in Africa
lumber at a rale lower than that   at was maintained all through Iter life,
which the Canadian lumbermen    can ai|ll jt is -natter   tor regret amongst
offer theirs under existing conditions. x\xmi* w|„, knew her   intimately that
Again,     tlie southern concerns    at a goWj ,>t.a[ 0( ,\\u<\ antj personal In-*
tlie presenl lime have better facilities formation     relating to   the explorer
(or transportation. The railways   are amj *,js vor]* must now -^ \i)S\i    as
glad    to get the    trade Into Canada Mrs. Bruce bad not seen her way   to
und ot  lale have beet, able to supply rit-,mt
better facilities than the one      nnd cences in any permanent form.   Mrs
which otters au outlet for the British nruce herself made six journeys
as ontral Africa, and visited and    ex- the bride said she would slip out and
li>' plorrd the districts   associated   with do some shopping. In due time      she
tho demand for cars for shipment   ot \wr father's name. returned, and tripped blithely up      to
"How do you like it 1"
""THE tailors responsible for Fit-rite Clothes do not depend upon
* any one man's ideas for style inspiration. There is, however,
one Head Designer before whose critical eye every style must
pass before it can be incorporated in the Fit-rite line. On this
man's experience and sound judgment depends the styje
superiority of Fit-rite. Pin your faith to his judgment. Or, if
you prefer, accept oui guarantee that in Fit-rite lies your wise
selection for this season's garments.
Whalher you are ready to pure?-.... or not  comu
lo our .lor. anil «.-• th.. n -w Fit-rite Garment*.
A. C. PYE
ORANBROOK, B. C.
"THEnew Fit-rilB atyle
force.-.-*! Booklet is
ready. Leave your
iinttn- wil'i na and get
une.   They are free.
Columbia  product,  liai.dlcappcd
Ihis road has been for some time
shipment
grain.
"The effect of this dumping is already being toll by llu* Canadian
lumbermen ami will operate to tin*
disadvantage of the west. even
though for a time the consumer is
able tn obtain bis lumber at slightly
reduced prices. This year tlie output of lhe western lumbermen will be
reduced by half. This will nieai. that
money which would have l»*i-n
NOT A BEEHIVE.
They were newly married und      on
her impressions and reminis- their   boneymotn trip. They stopped
at   a skyscraper    hotel      The bride
to groom   felt a    little indisposed, and
Iter, room, a trille awed by the number of doors that looked all alike
But s'he was sure of ber own ami tapped get.tly on the panel.
"I'm back, honey, let me In," she
whispered.
No answer.
"■'Honey, honey, let me In'" she
called again, rapping louder.
Still no answer.
"Honey, honey, it's I—your Queen-
ie, do let me in."
There was silence for several minutes— then a man's voice, cold and lull
of dignity, came from the other side
of Hie door:
'Madam, this is a bathroom—not a
beehive.''
WATER NOTICK. I
FOR   A LICENSE TO TAKE AND
USE WATER.
Notice  is   hereby given that Peter
Lund, of Cranbrook, B.C., will apply
for   a   license   to take   and use 160
8Pent  Miners' Inches of water out- ot Little
in payment    ul    wages in Canadian mi U*V(...  wWch fl0W8 (|l fl j^y^*-.
workers ami in lhc purchase ot   sup- t> direction   through Lots 313, 295A,
plies from Canadian
if tlte country."
I
PREMIUM     LIST ALREADY
SUED - WRITE TO   J. T
BURNS POR YOUR COPY.
IS-
The preliminary premium list
the International Dry-Farmed
dmts Exposition, to bc held al l.cth
hridg.*, Alberta, October 21 to 36,
has been issued, niul is one ot the
moat Interesting ever sent out sn
early m A season. It gives the far-
men complete instructions as to lhe
preparation of exhibits, and is designed to familiarize alt with th.* de
tails essenliil to success at the time
of putting in the crop, tot then is
Ihe time the best work tells in securing prize winning products.
The rules mid regulations are given
in full, (he methods of |udg.ng likely
to in- ndopted an* suggested so thai
exhibitors mny have ofl opportunity
lo   coi.sider them    and express their
pinions and offer suggestions in advance of the publication of the Official Premium List, which it is planned to issue about August Ist.
The   sweepst ake     prizes    and    the
speeial premiums already donated aie
announced,   "and the  list given of the
grains, grasses,   fruits ami vegetable  t
that may be entered for competition.
firms will go out  2060 .U1)l     1838i   (|rmip   OWf   Kast
Kootenay ami empties into the Koo-
-——— lenay Itivyr on Lot
■1838.       The water     will      ne
diverted al the north line ot sub-division 7 of Lot 313, Group One, and
will he used for irrigation purposes
on the land hescrihed as Su|fdivisii-ns
2 ami 7 of Lot 313, Group One, East
j Kootenay.
|   This notice     was posted on      the
1 ground on the llth day of May, 1912.
1 The application   will be filed in    the
of office of tin- Water Recorder at Cran-
Pro- brook, B.C.
Objections    may lie filed with    the
slid Wotcr    Recorder   or   with the
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Vicloria, B.C.
Peter Lund, Applicant,
by K. W. Burgess, Agent. 20-4
WATER NOTICK.
FOR \ LICENSE   TO TAKE   AND
USE WATER.
Notice is hereby given that Peter
Lund, of Cranbrook, B.C., will apply foi a license to take and use 2-10
Miners' Inches of water out of Burnt
Bridge Creek, which Hows in a
BOUtheity direction through sub-lot
IH of Lot 4590 and empties into Bull
River on I*. K. L. Co. Block "D" ol
1600. The water will lie diverted
near the north line of Block "D" of
Ltd 4500 and will In* -used tor Irrigo-
ii purposes on the land described
sub-divisions    1 nud 8 ot Lot 313
Every farmer should have a copy of  ni.d Lot 2950.
this premium list at once, and it
will be s,*nt free upon rawest to
■ lohn T. Darns, executive secretary-
treasurer. International Dry Forming
Congress, Lethbridge, Alberta, and
packages nf ithem will be supplied
boards    of  trade   lr.tereated   in the
Congress and    Exposition fi
but ion upon request.
This notice was posted on thc
ground on the 0th day tt May, 1912.
The application will Ite tiled In the
office of the Water Recorder nt Cran-
Hrook, B.C.
Objections may bc tiled with the
Water  Recorder or    with the Comp-
distri-  (roller ot   Water Rights, Pmfiaincnt
Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
1 Peter Lund, Applicant.
N. H,   Cranbrook's annual (all Ag- hy P. W. Burgess, Agent   30-4
How Would You Lihe to Own
Stock Paying 42
per
Cent
THE DOMINION MATCH COMPANY, LTD., now owns and lias tho exclusive righl ol use lor tin-
Dominion ol Canada ol * new process ot manufacturing matctu-s. known as tla- Parker Continuous
Process, by the use ol which a wide variety ol cheap raw material, such as alder, homloclc, cotton-
wood, llr and spmo:-, which is found in great abundance, is now being made available tur manufacturing match sticks; materials which can la- obtained lor a moro frail ion „f the cost ol white pirn-, now
being used hy the old Die methods; aad by tho use ol these cheap raw materials, and the labor-saving features ol tlie process, the cost of manutacturtng safeties, parlors, and double-dipped matches is
reduced, approximately, 50 per cent.
Comparative cost ol manufacturing matches under thc Parker's Continuous Process and other methods, per case of Ml boxes, containing film matches each, whieh wholesale tor $150 per case.
Parker's Pic
Continuous Process. Process.
Wood cases      J .16* * -lot
Wood in 1.80
Chemicals         .55 .55
ParaUinc  121 .tSJ
Cardboard for trays and covers  .37.; 'I!
Printing, wrapping, glue, ink, sand, elc  ,0»1 l,8S
Labor and repairs, Irom '27;. .021
$1,117: ••••■I
Which, deducted Irom the lotting cost of 11,50, leaves a gross profit i i 12 S3 per case On a basis ol a
carload a day ot 500 cases, there would ho a proOl ol $1,-116.00. Estimating throe hundred working
days, there would be „ gross profli ol $434,500.00, or 12 per cent oa the en 11 re capital stoek. In addition to ih,- profits to be derived from tin- operation ol the parent company, stockholders will nlifl
participate in the earnings ol subsidiary plant*, wbieh conservatively estimated should aggregate ono
million dollars per annum. Tliese subsidiary plants will he established in tlio eastern provinces.
This Is an opportunity ol availing yourself ul an Investment lhal onlj comes one- in a lltetlino
Arc you going lo let this opportunity pass, or are yon going 1° ho one ol tlie wise ones? II so, nol
today, becausi- this slock Is being rapidly taken and an advai.ee in price wil be made wlthoni nu
tlce.     favorable terms arranged if desired.
Our object in offering a limited amount ol Ibis slock lo the cillrcns ol Cranlirook is lur lho par
post- of creating a market (or tin- matches, as every stockholder will be a booster.
IK YOl' INTEND TO AVAIL YOURSELF OP THIS OPPORTUNITY IT WILL HE NECESSARY KOR YOU TO IH) SO SHORTLY AS THE AMOUNT ALLOTTED KOR OUTLYING DISTRICTS MAS BEEN PRACTICALLY SUBSCRIBED KOR AMI WE ARE (IRDERED TO REPORT AT THE VANCOUVER IIKKICE TUESDAY, MAY 21ST
OFFICERS OK THE DOMINION MATCH CO., LTD.
ALFRED I-:. WHITE, President.
President   Board ol Trade and Alderman, New Westminster, D.C.and of firm nl   Whlto-Shllcs and Co.
JOHN ENGLAND, Director CHARLES .1. TICKER, Vice-President
Retired Grocer, Kamloops, 11.C. Vancouver, II. C
.1. II. RAYMOND, Director, JOHN A. LEE, Director,
Steamship Owner, Vancouver, B. C. Mayor ol the City ol New Westminster, B.C.
This now Invention Is on exhibition at thc Robinson Real Estate Office nnd   the public is Invited
to call and sec it actually making matches.
BLAKE & PROCTOR. FisceJ Agents THB   ORANJIKOOK    H Kit ALU
PRACTICAL
(H.
Thornber,    B.S., Assistant Hor-
ticiilturiRl).
(Cofleltldcd from last. Issue).
CONSTRUCTION     OF TIIK
DlTCllKS.
The minimum full for furrows be- land and ability of Irrigator limit
tween the trees Should not he less the nmounl handled by ane man. If
Mian four Indies tu each hundred teet tho  orohard is    in dean culU\*atlou,
for clay soil and eight inches tor
sandy soil. Thu maximum full is
governed hy local conditions. Ii tliu
land is very steep tlie furrows must
bo mado across the slope and not up
and down.
The Advantages of Water Under
Pressure. So far the use of water
from open ditches has ikvh discussed.
However, in many districts people
aro placing water under pressure, and
the results show it to be a very feasible plan. The pipes 11siil (t> carry
the water are mado ol conorcto    anil
In most large irrigated booUoih
Hie watot supply is under the control' ale placed under ground. Small Olio-
of the government or private corpora-i (noli Iron pipes with Blop*cocks ex-
tiotw. However, if lire supply is to tend up to lire tree rows from the
he scoured by private en ter prim, tlm underground lines, Irom which tho
farmer must niuiw* use of available waler is drawn. These pipes Should
sources such us natural springs, lakes oxteml a loot above the surface of
rivers, creeks or wells. It may he lhc grout.<! uml he placed neai u tree
iittessuiy tn liulltl ll Itches of various so as not to hinder cultivation,
lengths in cany the waler from its The advantages ol this system aro
point of origin io the land, often- ns follows: (I) It doea away with
Dines cooperation botween several the open ditch ami Humes, permit/ling
laml owners   will reduce lhe cost    ot tliu farmer to     cultivate his orchard
one man should handle Irom thirty to
fifty acres. This may seem a large
area to some men, while to others it
will appear very smalt. However, a
small area    well cared (or is better
huihllng such a ditch lo a minimum.
The water sin uld he carried to the
highest points tm Die land to bo irrigated, ami distributed hy means tl
small lateral ditches or Humes. Since
Hie loss by seepage from an open
■ditch is great, tire use ol wooden
Humes is advisable whenever possible. These arc not oily (airly
permanent anil economical (,f water,
hilt permit complete control of the
water , when irrigating. Tire Humes,
from which tbe water Is to he tleliv-
ered into the furrows, should lie placed at intervals nf about twenty-five
(25) rods. The si/-e of tliese Humes
varies from six to ten inches; however, the eight inch Hume is the size
most commonly, used. Tho water is
drawn from these flumes by means of
one-inch holes placed at intervals ol
about three feet. The supply is regulated by a tin or wooden slide
nailed over the hole.
In clean cultivation with young
trees a furrow is made on each side
of the row, and in old orchards the
space between the trees is furrowed
at intervals ol about three feet or
even closer in sandy sofl. These furrows are made about four inches deep
with a small plow or single-shovel
cultivator.
The slope on which all ditches or
flumes should lie built is of great importance. It is a common fault for
a new man to get the tall too great.
One inch to twenty-five feet is plenty. However, if the contour of the
land demands a greater fall the progress of the water may he checked by
means of small slones or short lath
"stops" placed across sbe flume.
than a large area neglected.
Relation ol Irrigation in Tillage,
In a previous paragraph mention
was mado of the Impi rtance uf cultivation after irrigation. Since this
is a very Important point, the writer
feels thai it slmnld be given speeial
attention.
Tillage serves for two main pur-
poser in lis relation to irrigation.
First, Ullage prepares the land fm
Hit* reception ui tbe Water, and, SCO
niul, lor its conservation. It is plain
Iv evident that loose soils will absorb more moisture Hum paotod soil.
I ('lav soil should he given deep cultivation previous lu Irrigation in
order id iiiuu* it mine receptive of
water, while sandy strii seldom needs
much cultivation previous to Irrigation because it does nut cement     to-
hiH crop at a dMMMBdllS01*01 UVv ,,a>' mil
■■   After Irrigation all soils should ro-
I ceive surface cultivation to a depth
of four tn six inches. This is done
by means of a common burrow, aud
should be repeated at intervals of
tin in ten days to two weeks and after every rain until tire next irrigation, as indicated ir. a previous paragraph.
Costs. The tiuestion of vital lm-
r.tance to the man planning on
placing his laml under irrigation is:
"How much will all this work cost1.'"
This question cannot he answered ofi
hand.     Kvory farm is a problem   in
be
ami harvest
expense; (li) It permits water tt
forced lo higher points according lo
pressure; (3) Although more expensive to install is nearly permanent,
aud if well built requires little expenditure to keep up; (1) it prevents
loss ol wuter by seepage or evaporation, and (fi) Permits the water to
be piped Into the bouse and barn for
domestic use.
Having now constructed tire   means'I1
of distribution of tire water, wc will
consider its application.
The Aplfication ol tbe Water. Having thc levelling done and the ditches
ami flumes constructed, the process of Itself.
applying the water is simple. Thc
water is permit till to enter the lateral ditches or Humes and thc small
gates are opened. As the water
creeps down the furrows the irrigator must watch to sec that no furrows become Hocked or run together.
The time required to finish irrigation
Some laud may lie. brought
under h.r ,,s little as $4.00 or $5,110
per acre, while other laml often costs
$101).un per acre. Estimates on the
cost if grading and ditch construction work may be secured from men
who follow this work as a profession.
In general thc cost of clearing,
levelling and    construction of ditches
varies from three days to a week or range** from $25.00 up to $10.00 per
more, but may be determined by the acre; This varies according to cost
methods mentioned in paragraph on'.of labor and material and to the
"Amount of water to he used." i conditions confronted whle doing tht
lu case the land is newly graded it work. Any man who can do tlie
should be well irrigated to settle. the,work himself need not fear the costs,
loose places beforo planting is start- because it is all of a practical r.a
ed, or great difficulty may lie en-' turo mid requires little experienced
Ottintered. It is a good plan to aid. Many new and valuable ideas
place   clover or some crop on      the may be obtained by    watching other
3. Over-irrigation is more common
than undcr-iirigat.oii, beware ol
getting your soil water-soaketl.
I, Have good drainage to prevent
the accumulation of salts by evaporation of water from bhe surface.        i Use
6. Cultivate as soon as poBstbli
after each irrigation, and every ti*
days or two weeks and afler everj
ruin until the next Irrlgjatloa.
ti.   Have land free from trash.
7. Even though you have more
watei than you need, don't use it; it
is poor economy and may lead to
disastrous results.
Conclusion, lu this circular tin-
writer has attempted to cover lho
main points and to make it as practical as possible, sime lie under*
stands that lhe ordinary irrigator
has neither the equipment nor time
ti make extended mvestimations The
icadei must not I,-i'l that UtQ mx'ihoit,
mentioned above are the only ones,
because they are nol Many Bys*
terns are much more complicated
mid require u greal amount of capital to install and operate The ones
mentioned in tins circular
Ileal, economical and 1
found to lie very efficient.
Newbro's    Herpicide
stead.
In-
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ORCHARD PESTS
IND TH CONTROL
land one year previous- lo planting.
This not only permits it to settle
hut   also enriches tlie soil.
Amount of I^ind One Man Can Irrigate. This is rather a difficult
question to answer because of the
variation found in different locations-
The crop grown, soil, contour of the
he-
people engaged in similar work.
Special points lo remember
1. Have land in pood condition
fore attempting to irrigate.
2. Thorough applications ol water
at long intervals are better than
light applications at shorter inter
vtls.
Notice to Cranbrook
Citizens
AR E you aware that your cousins from thc prairies are
acquiring one of the desirable tracts of land in your
district for the raising of vegetables and fruits ?
Thc Robinson-Mackenzie lands to the south and east of
thc city, and named-—
KOOTENAY
ORCHARDS
have been placed on the market in blocks ot five acres each,
and are being offered at $75, $100, and $150 per acre, on
terms that are within yotir reach—$10 cash and $10 per
month, or 33 cents per day until fully paid for, interest five
per cent,, tor a five acre block. In case of illness or lack of
employment, your payments are suspended. Are not all
these terms and conditions fair ?
See Mr. J. W. Robinson, of your city, and have him show
you over "KOOTENAY ORCHARDS."
He will also, if you so desire, clear, plow and plant same
for you at cost, plus ten per cent., thus developing for you
a home worthy of the name.
People who know soil are now installed on KOOTENAY ORCHARDS. Can you ignore this recommendation?
Have you written for your copy of my booklet ? It is
yours for the asking.
R. G. THOMPSON,
  OR;
403 rtcArthur Bulltling,
WINNIPEG, n.\N.
J. W. ROBINSON,
THE HOME OF THE BIO, RED, JUICY APPLE
Van Home Street,
CRANBROOK.
B, C.
(B. Hoy, U.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist.)
(Concluded from last issue).
Fungous Diseases. While insects be
long to the animal kingdom, the
various fungi and bacteria are plants.
A fungOUfi is a true plant, though
usually tpiiee simple in structure.
I'nlikc ferns and flowering) plants
fungi have no green ct loring matter,
and derive all their sustenance in organic lorm hy living as parasites < u
living organisms, or as saprophytes
on dead ones. The mushroom ami
bread-mould are two common types
Tin* whitish threads to he found
running through the soil beneath
mushroom or toadstool, is the true
plant body, which is equivalent to
thu roots and stems of higher plant
whle tbe mushroom itself is thc
fruiting body containing the spores,
which are the equivalent of seeds.
Krom the standpoint of the fruit
grower, fungi may be divided Into
two classes:
1. These whose mycelium, or vegetative portion, lives on the surface
ot the host plant, as, for example,
the various mildews.
2. The larger class embraces those
whose mycelium penetrates into tbe
tissues of tlie host plant, such as
the apple scab and black spot canker.
The fungi belonging to tbe first
group can generally be destroyed hy
spraying with suitable fungicides
when they appeal', but those of group
two are not affected by such spraying. Their entrance into thc tissues
is to be prevented by spraying before
innoculation takes place. This rc-
uuires that all tde susceptible area
l*» thoroughly coated with the spray.
and, if growth is taking place, as in
the spring and early summer, spraying must bc repeated to cover the
new growth as long as there is danger of serious innoculation.
The fungous diseases causing most
serious loss in this province, are:
1. Black spot canker.
2. Tbe brown rot of the plum,
prune and cherry.
3. Apple scab.
Mack spot canker. This disease
causes the death ol large areas of
the bark and outer wood, principally
of the apple. It is of consequence
only where fall rains arc plentiful, in
combination with mild weather. It is
easily prevented by ono thorough
spraying in the Iall with double-
strength Bordeaux Mixture. It is
treated fully in Bulletin 31 of tbe
Department of Agriculture.
Brown Hot of    the Plum and Ctaer-
. This disease was first introduced into the province about ten or
twelve years ago, and is now a cause
of serious loss, especially in the
coast districts. It is dependent on
wet weather, and in dry seasons almost disappears.
Its control is difficult, because cf
its very rapid growth and prolific
spore production. While absolute
prevention under favorahlo conditions
is impossible with the knowledge we
now have, the following measures
give a reasonable immunity:
1. Prune out thc trees to admit
air and sunlight.
2. Collect and destroy alt old
fruits on ihe tree or thc ground before spring ploughing.
8. Spray with lime sulphur thoroughly, just before Iritis open.
4. Spray Just alter blossoming,
ami again when the fruit is half-
grown, wltt lime sulphur diluted 1
to 60.
8. Thin out fruits so that no two
touch.
6. Handle carefully, to prevent
h ss ot stems and Ijrulsing.
7. Allow fruit to stand over night
In a cool  place before packing. Pack
up only perfect fruit, and keep   fnut
cool as possible to destination-
Apple    Scab.   Apple scab or black
spot is prevalent in most parts ot thr*
province subject to any considerable
rainfall In spring and early summer.
Tlte varieties of the Famcusc family
are   most subject Tlte   spores of
this disease are carried over tbe
winter on the twigs and old leaves.
They germinate and spread    In    the
Wearing artificial lutii is a harmlcs
deceit of which many ladles are
guilty. These women are all objects
.or sympathy rather than criticism.
Kiirly nefiecl in the care ol the
scalp has caused the loss of so muoli
hair that their persona! appearance
is sadly marred. To correct ihis dc
feet they resort to artificial hair
Most ladies would (resent any im-
putatloo of personal carelessness aud
neglect. Ar.d yet very many women
permit their natural hair to Ixcomo
so dull, brittle and luslcrless thai It
looks no better than the artificial.
All this is as .unfortunate as It is
unnecessary. Hair that Is unsightly
in thin may usually be attributed
tc. the malevolent activity of the dandruff germ. This vicious germ burrows down into the hair follicle,'
shortly destroying its life. The hair
becomes dead, loose ami finally drops
out.
There is a remedy sold by all druggists, the intelligent use of which
will bill the dandruff germ. It also
cleanses the scalp of all accumulations and makes the hair shine with
the luster of life and beauty.
That remedy is Newbro's Herpicide
the Original Dandruff Germ Destroyer. This preparation iu one dollar
si/e bottles is sold and guaranteed
everywhere.
Applications may he obtained at
lhe best linrltrr shops and hair dressing parlors!
Tbe Herpicide Co., Dept. It., Detroit, Mich., will send a nice sample
and booklet to any address upou receipt of Die iu postage or silver.
Beattie-Murphy Co.,    Special Agls.
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1. Destroy old leave*:, by burning
or ploughing under.
2. Prune trees to admit sniiliii'il
am) air.
3. Spray with lime sulphur, I to
■), before the buds open.
I. Spray just before hit ssoms with
lime sulphur, I to 25.
Ti. Spray again, just after the
blossoms fall, with lime sulphur, 1 to
30.
The second spraying is by far the
most important, and must he Very
thorough if rest* Is are to In; satisfactory.
BAOTER1AL DISEASES.
Pear Blight. Pear blight is at present almost unknown in tho province, the repressive measures taken
liv the government to control it hav.
iug given most excellent results.
(I rowers should, however, he continually on the watch for this disease affecting both pear antl apple trees,
and must bc prepared to take the
strictest measures to prevent its
gaining a foothold.
Description. The young shoots and
thin leaves    wither and    turn black.
'king   very much    ;.« though they
had been scotched hy fire. The infection works down the stem, destroying '
the life   entirely, as    far as it goes, j
Particularly   whero infection on    old '
bark takes place, tbere will be found
small drops of a sweetish liquid oozing Irom the bark.    This liquid   con-'
tains myriads of the bacteria causing •
the disease, and,   as it is attractive]
to bees and other   Insects, these carry the germs all through tbe orchard,
especially to the blcssoms. The   nectar in the blossom    is a particularly
favorable medium   for    innoculation,
from this follows the form called
"Twig Blight," which involves      the
destruction of the fruit spurs.
Spraying is impossible, because lho
points of infection cannot he reached
by it. The only remedy which has
proven effectual is the cutting out ol
the diseased areas, followed by careful disinfection of the wound and the
knife or saw. Cuts should |« made,
from two inches to one foot below
the diseased area, depending on the
rapidity of progress lieing made by
the Blight.
In connection with the treatment ol
insects and diseases, fruit growers
should secure copies of thc Spray
Calendar for 1012, and of Circular
No. 9 on "Sprays and Spraying," is-
siu-d by tbe Horticultural branch of
llie department.
D. R, WII.KIK, President.
Hu.N. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
Accounts  of   Corporations,   Municipalities,    Merchants
afcnruereaml Private Individuals invited.
the wori I.11"'1 LeUW8 °f ('r"':[l iMU6d RVai,Rblfl in in* -*" 0t  ; :
. SAtvLN<;S DEPARTMENT Special attention x
given to Savings Bank Aoconnts Deposits of $1,00 and !!
upwar.lt* received antl mtorest allowed from date of deposit ! >
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E THE   URANBKOOK   HERALD
URA.XBKOOII HERALD
By (be Herald   I'lililisliitiu Company,
Y. J. Deane, Managing 1'ilitor.
CRANBROOK, B. C, Hay li, 1912
EDITORIAL NOTES
'I'liis owning ai. Ni'lsi-n iln* Conaerva tlvcfi nl Kootenay riding will nominal-* a ciii.tlidiilv tin* Ura approach
log fctU'iiil byo-oloctloii, lu thin cuso
llu* ('(Hisi'ivuMvt'H liuvu H moCO than
owllnary rcspoaslblltty in making Uw
.st'lrfliim, ll is |ii.iftii'»lly a loie-
!',i ur conclusion tlml Uw Tory noml
mil Ion means olccllor,. ll is thoic-
fiiiv within Uh- power <if Uu- Koolu-
IlilV   Colisi'i vail vi*s     In     tt-litlil   l Iii*.
tiMistitiiriicy ii groat service by ■»■
Iccling a limit in every respect worthy ol tlw honor, a man, who wilt Uo
prepared to ilovotti liis tinii* ami niul
Mii-s tu llu* advancement tit tlu- host
iiiii'itsis n( Kootenny,
li is tu lw feared thai this splendid
opportunity ol serving Uio tllBt-rlcl
is lu tit* saciitiml at tlie (llobates ol
iln- Me Ht iilf machine, and that tin*
nominee ol Uml purely partisan organization will lie Ute unanimous
choice ol Uw convention., IX. V. Green
lias already been given a I rial iu the
political litM, and lit' was found to
Ui unworthy ol Uio cunlldcncc ol the
provincial electorate, Now, at the
dictates tl McBride, he is to tic lorced upor. a fetler.il constituency for
purposes best known to McBtklo ami
his colleagues, certainly not with any
view to his safeguarding and odvanc-
ing the interests of the great Kootenay country. U Is mif or tun ate that
tlie Conservatives ot Kootenays
should prove to tic so entirely under
the thumb ol the McBride machine,
and in years to come they, ia common, with tlie rest af tlie electors ol
Kootenay*. will assuredly have reason
to regret their subservience to machine politics. Without exception,
the delegates with whom the Herald
conversed prior to their visit to Nelson, nun from all parts ol this vast
constituency, expressed unqualified
disapproval ot the candidature ot K.
F. Green, and yet eachMvnc Intimated
that he saw no chance of successfully
bucking the machine. Whilst the condition of the Liberal party in this
section of the province, is certainly
deplorable, we feel that it is better
to Ih* down and out than tc he absolutely at the mercy of, and subject
to, the dictates of a political machine, t-hat has no regard for the
welfare of tlie constituency and no
care for the honor of the parly it
misrepresents.
that it will not bu made in vain.
The financial committee compose
of the following gentlemen, Messrs,,
tl. A. Cock, L. Poarron, *-'■ K. Brake
MINISTERS 10 VISIT B. C.
Ottawa,    May 14.—"1 Mtpeot
j WANTED
Beatty wants the earth.
w. it. tiiidis ami w. .i. lu-miir will t»k« a trip tteough the wwt-tfaiB iaii One thousand   yards   of
w.
this week for tang-1 probahly in Ootober, before the house
'   I sits,'' said Hon. W. T. White.     "My
intention is to    go through to Vancouver and    as far as possible      aol
quaint myself     with    western condi-	
lions.      I feel that, as iinunc-* minis-
lei, 1 should keep In close touch wirtli the Cubs 11
the western situation and study wen- witnessed tbe
canvas the. lown
Ible support. j
Final arrangements- will be made at I
a .special meeting bo he held at    th
Y.M.C.Af ou Monday next at 8 p.m.,
when all committee men are specially,
requested lo attend. j
du lhe night ot   Empire day there]
will bo a grand hall at   the Auliitm-i
lorn alter the   picture show, Hi (p.m.,
under the auspices of the clmb. Forty |
per cenl of tlw profits ut the evening
will go lo     tin: Children's Home   in'
Vancouver,      Those wishing tu   help!
ih.' liuisc can   procure tickets    Irom
any ot Uie following:    Messrs, 13. Y. j
Brake, I.. Poarron,   .1. s, Urako, W
('. Crehbln. ami at the Auditorium.
Filling
R.   BEATTY
VICTORY FOR THE MEN
Kill"/. VS.     I'ltllWS     NEST I'ASS
COAL COMPANV, WD.
tern
iroblcnis,
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lU'lilll
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(la
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Canada.'
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umber ol
ill
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misters
art;
aim
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rips.
lion.
Kranl
Cochrane
will r<
tutu [inin iii.-
Maril
mi' Provii
alii
nt tin- i-
id ol
May
and alter
nt
ibing
ill* wit
i the
acoun
illation   o
1
UMIll'
l«,  lilaiis
lo
leave
III!   111.-   »<
st
alHii
t July I
A
trip
v canoe o
IT
Hi.-
ii f
the
Minis
in Hav rai
ro
nl
i pari , f
his
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(in next
team wij,
meroiaXs,
start on   ■
SKE OUK WINDOW OF
Aluminum Cooking
Utensils
Also note the following—
Household Economics
To   make   biscuits liglit  — dronch
game. with gasoline   and   ignite helorc Ber-
«'«lnc«lay the v.M.i'.A.  ving.
cross lials willi iln- t'oni-l    To k.'c|i  servants—chlonifiiriii     and
The league   schedule   will lock in the cellar.
une lsl aird will bu     an-l    To get rid ol peddlars—buy .ill the)
ll.iv
To remove Iruit siains trom
; use the scissors.
I omloii, Mav I'i— l'ri'iu
Ol llritish I'olum'l'ia, sail-
on Friday.
cr   Miltride
lot Canada
r.oiinm! next  week.
The C.P.R. team is arranging to
go to l'"lko on May 21th to plaj lor
tin- 1100.00 putso which is uncivil
In last night's gaim- both pitch, i,
were hit freely nut the new grounds
pri-vcnliii aicnr.ite mid fast fielding.
Mr. Ailamsou umpiieif.
A spcciul   tcatuie uf llie game wns
tlie liasc running in whieh all       the
players Indulged   in efforts to   secure in lhc garret,
stolen bases, causing   some bail     el- |    To keep hubby at I
rors as     well as   some    sensational his clothes.
lincn-
put
1    To
I lllel
llllll
keep rats   .
all Hie [owl
entertain
lend i.|,l oill
entertain m
To keep ■ h.l.'ll i
it    ol ihe panuy-
ii the cellar.
women visitors—1,
pul ate papers,
■u visitors— le.il th
i at home—loch 'en
-lock up al
********************************************
TO SMALL INVESTORS
X „ A t,A.KGE L0T °" Block 184, near the Public Schools,
Z Hi feel by 81) feet, with  house suitiilm: for u sirrnll family
♦ and letting for rent at $8.00 per mouth and presently oeeo.
J pied by a tenant.   Price, with fee simple title,
* SDOCllii, Cash and terms
B10 AOHES, in fee simple, one million feet timber, excellent eiglit-room dwelling house and offices; abundant water :
iu acres under cultivation.
$6,000, Cash and terms.
Kootenay country.   Convenient to rail and
river
Best buy in Uu
plays   which kept Hn- ciowii interest-
DEATH OF IIKING
Tlie [mint in this ease was wlu-lhcC
Or not lira di'iiendeiits (d a deceased'
workman who are not ivsiiltnl Inl
Workman who are not. resident in j
Mrilish   Colnmhia can recover   under _____
the deht of the    workman In British]
Columbia, Tho court nf appeal held Hamburg, Germany, May 15.—King
■dependant** living outside of th | Frederick Vill. ol Denmark arrived
province could not recover and this at the Hamburger llof hottl yester.
hns now been reverse*! hy the   privy! day and died during the night.
council holding that dependants   can  -4	
recover no matter where they live.
Counsel   for the    CN.P. Coal Co.
Sir lOdward   Carson, B. P. Davis, K
LACROSSE
'., and Sherwood Herchmrr.
Counsel lor Western Federation and
tailed Mine     Workers, .los. Martin,
K.C, and L. P. Eckstein.
 4	
QUEBEC ELECTIONS
CHURCH  COLUMN
SIR LOMElt   GOWN   SUSTAINED
WITH INCREASED MAJORITY
Montreal, May 16.—Tlie Quebec provincial eleotions yesterday resulted In
tin* return of the (iouin government
hy an Increased majority over that
which it had in the last house. Hy
tin- redistribution act passed at tbe
last session of the legislature, seven
new seats were added, ami while tbe
opposition captured two of these it
lost two others, thus making tbe net
gain in the Liberal majority in the
new house seven. All of the members of the calninet were re-elected,
the only tine Iti suffer defeat lieing th)
Hun. Charles Devlin, in Temiskamin-
guc. Mr. Devlin was, however, successful in Nicollet county. Premier
Gouin was elected by a large majority in both Tort Neuf and St. Johns.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
I We believe ''that God is no respec-
j ter of persons: but in every nation,
he that fearcth him and worketh
righteousness, is acceptable to him!"
In the morning the pastor, Rev. O.
E. Kendall! will continue the presentation of Tbe Second Coming of
Christ.
The Sunday School will meet      nt
three in lho afternoon.
In tbe    evening service  tho pastor
will treat    the topic "The Joy
Salvation:  It's     Powers:   It's I.
It's Restoration."
There is a possibility ol tliere being no lacrosse mutch un Victoria
Day. This will be entirely duo to
the stupidity if the firm from whom
thu local players, as far hack as
April 27th, ordered an outfit oi
slicks. Tbe Nelson boys were agreeable to playing here on May 24til,
but as our boys have bad no opportunity for a proper practice it is
considered Inadvisable to invite the.
Ntf.son players here tor tho date originally fixed.
However, word has been received
tbat tbe sticks will arrive in the
course of a few days and the loeal (?j
players hope to make a Iresh date
with Nelson in June. In the meantime Nelson has challenged Cranhrook to     play there on     July 1st.
! Tin* hoys will be on hand and expect
to give a Rn<ni    account    of themselves.     A great deal of interest is being taken in lacrosse tills season and  [a
ol once tlie    sticks arrive and our boys  W
,s: are a-ble    to get    down   to regular   ^\
'practices,     Cranlirook     will Bpepdlly   i
I was ,!,-,!     when they said unto hav<J ,„ lhe    fi(.I(I    Kmm.tllins, .,.,.Uv g
hard to beat in the shape of a     lacrosse team.
To prevent accidents in the kltchi
—fill Die kerosene can Willi water
To stop    leaks in pipes—sontl
hurry-up for the nearest plumber.
Tu  economize on coal—get a    J-i;
range.
I   To test freshness of eggs—-drop   i
1 hard surface.
1    To propitiate llie janitor—you can
do it.—IJppincott's.
F. Patrks & Co.
HARDWARE. STOVES, HOUSE
FURNISHING  GOODS
Cranbrook,     -      B.C.
tmi5M8ffl&m3Tr'K^\r)13telSI5riirF\i4te
People,
Listen
Wo an* handling nothing
Imt the finest
QUALITY
ot MEATS, FISH, I'Oll.-
TIIV, Etc., Etc. This, combined with
me: let ns Rn intu   thi' house ol   the
l.onl."
*
TENNIS BOOS    F.OR     HATOI1INC1    Irom
pure bred Toulouse geese, 3 tor $1,110.
Tin- annual general meeting ol   the T. E. South, Box 331, city.       18-tt
Cranbrook Tennis club was held    at 	
the    Y.Mi'.A. on  Wednesday night, j   wall papers slaughtered iu order to
report     ..I     Hie past year was r]osc out        Anv ,,ric.,, lokl., u,em._
ll-tl
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
Cianbrook Will undoubtedly make a
good showing nt the Pry Farming
Congress, in LelWiridge next October- The prospecl s are equally favor-
ablc for mi   exceptionally good   local
fair this coming fall, but this result The regular meeting of the A.O K
must depend Very largely upon the! was held lasi Thursday, May !Hh. in
active to-optnition if every farmer the Carmen's ball line new member
resided! within the district. At ttie was Initiated and after regular bust-
present time the intlicatiitis are mote ness was over, tbe meeting was open
than lavoialili- lor such ,, display ol !-, tin* wives and lady friends Of tbe
Interest upon the pait ol all farmers members, and discussion took place
and (nut growers In tins section as regarding lhe formation of a Circle
cannot but    resull in    Uie i«-m fall] ,i the Companions of ihe Forest  Tbe
slu w ever beW hi these parts, The
energetic and wise ownlghl ol Uie
officials ol tin- ARiieiilitir.il asaocla
tion exercised  from    no* on oaimot
fail     lo   lum to good account      the
splendid enthusiasm worked tip  '! ls
Imperative) though, that those      re
sponsible sbi old lus,* no further
in having printed aid circulated
ladles were In earnest and unaourmus*
it voted for Uw formation     <f    the
prlte    list,    lomethlrn tint   should .the ladles vet)
Imve been done a full month ago,   li membi
in mt reasonable t,, ospcol Intending
tuiiipt titurs    to make suoh a dlsilaj
as tlm otherwise could euatty    bate
done, if Um prtoe lists onh get   Into
iiu* i hands a lew days oi weeks   to-
foir the dato of lbs (air.
 ♦	
Over Seas Club
\i a pmeral mooting of ibe above
(bui held in Un Oarmon'i ball 'lues
dav, nib insi , (uiiber dnvslopmeoti
in ronMoUon with Un children's
sports oa lOmpiie daj WOW made
Tin* following memln-is will havt-
eltliegi' .,1  the    spoils      mnl lUpCtViM
tht- children at Un •.grkultunl as-
•iiiauon grounds Mcaars n. a Wai
llngpr, C a. Cock, E, ll beaman,
\\ It Olbbt, II ll Tooth am) W. C.l
t'lebbin. As already aonounosd <bc
ohlldren will tr conveyed lo thei
grounds m automobiles ami on arrival at the grounds will thru be taken
tare ol hy the aline commiM'.v.
ll iti hoped thut all tlie memliets of
Ihe iluli will make au ellort to tturn
out and assist to malr this event a
lUCCen. Money and prizes hove al-,
ready lieen given by several citizens
and it is hovcil that a'l those who
ore interesteiMn seeing the cbfdren
have h goiNl time on that day, tvll
g-i-nrrously assist tho oflicers ar.d
members of the club who are worl.iiigl
luud lo see Ihat Kmpirc day will
lie ;i real children's day.
The club, at their own expense, are
arranging to provide Ibe youngsters
with refreshments during the alternoon.
It Is fur this tenson (hat tliey appeal again tn tlw citl/cns ot Cranbrook to support them In their undertaking   and     they   leel   conbdenl
Circle     Pending the granting ot   the
chart?) lhe following ladies were ap
polnl til   i o    t he   tempore i j office*;
t is Mrs   i   vYiiuiakci, rhief Companion;
rr- Mis  tt   Bradley, Sub-CMct; Compan-
tiuc i,!,,. Mis   .1    Heigh, Secretary.    The
the piosprcis i.i iln- new  lodge arc bright
i-iilhusiastic and        a
iwrnty-iivv is assured
i the outael     Ladles wudilng
■ cniiir mombera ol the Circle
The
read,   which    proved that the    club u, h. short.
WBS in a got*! linancial iM«ilit»r.   He-, _________
fore tbe new officers were elected for
the present season voles of thanks
were passed to tbe retiring oflicers,
soecial mention being made ot the
ladies committee.
The following oilicers wen* elected
for ibis year:
Hon. Pres.-Mr. C. Cock.
Peesident—Mr. W,  F. Gurd.
See-Treas.—Mr. A. Itavvorth.
Committee—Mr. N. \. Walllngcr,
Mi M \ Beale, Pr. Bell and Mr 11,
Mailing
Ladies committee— Mrs Brymncr,
Mrs. Gurd, Mrs. I&ickson, Mrs
Darling and Mrs   E. Paterson
Lake View
Hotel
PU'f, HANPLEY
I ltoi-mi.ii.i:
1
1    St. Mary's Lake, B. C.
BASEBALL
The iirsl exhibition baseball panic
nf tlu- I'laiibrook Amateur. llaseliaH
League w.is plajtd on the new
groimdi rust ,-f tin- Rovernineiit
Inililiiii: on Wednesday evening be-
tween the Cuba and C.I'.H. u-ams.
The imiih' started al 7 o'clock anil
the fust few Innings we're elose and
lust     r< rbetd and McNabb were ttie
nml llathie   .md
liuesis convoyed from
Marysville to tin.' hot.-l
by motor car or team.
Excellent Fishing Resort
tiaaolini' nml  Row
Bouts for Hire
ricaasjafEa'gay:-:.■ Ji'j.'i'i-ja^TifiS'e
to battery f,'i the Cubs
tuny line fur the c.r R,
LAND NOTICE.
1, Carl Newton Corwln, hereby
make application to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at the S.W. corner oi
P. It. 1178, tbence north 4(1 chains,
seieti inninKs thTOCe WMt w ctotai Itenoe south
40 chains, thenee east 40 chains to
point ol commencement, containing
160 acres, more or less.
Carl Newton Corwin.
Dated March 23rd, 1912. 17-lif
Efficient Service    i,
i
ought t<> Becuro your gj
really otigut lo Becuro you
fpntronnge. Give our Swift's ^
- HAMS ami BACON atrial 1
@ Vnu   will   In?
iouvinced  of ;
p] \nu   will
tf their excellent
I        —
141 Market Co.
1 PHONE 72
sjjajajg|fijaipjiajP^'a2Eir^'3HH3Jsjia-a
110 ACRES Crown granted, 16 acres ttmler cultivation,
■> ill-res iilninst ready for tlie plough, $1,000 worth of lo^s
on Iiniii-, 1 ti'iuii of liorses, wngon niul linrness. mower and
complete outfit of fine agricultural Implements! boiler nnd
engine with cordwood sawing otttlit:len room dwelling house,
water in kttohen; l«irn with new huy currier fork; carpenter
and blacksmith simp, fully equipped, 120 chickens, incuba
tors, brooders,
Will si'll us n going cotu-erti-
S11 i.i ii hi. dish utul terms.
I guarnu
restigntio
■ the foregoing to be well worthy the closest
i) prospective investors.
JOSEPH RYAN,
Raworlli Hloek                                        ORANBROOK
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HALSALL & CO.
Ladies Misses lid Cbildrei's Outfitter*.
Armstrong
Avenue
: Initial Showing or New Lingerie and
\ Tailored Waists
^     Every new style featured is embodied in this
♦ collection of lingerie waists, tailored waists, sailor
♦ waists and middy   blouses.     We urge   you to
♦ loak and choose early as daily assortments are
« being broken.
♦ Sailor and Dutch Waists
♦ The new waist made of white India Head trimmed
♦ with sailor collars ami Dutch collars,  tans, lawns,
♦ blues aad navy at special $1.25. $1.50, $1.75.
| Middy Blouses For Young Girls
O III the new styles, several different makes to choose
♦ from and ration.: in price at Sl.oU; $1.75.$2.00. $2.25
X Gingham Waists
*■ Colors warranted in nine neat checks and stripes
with Dutch collar and round neat collar, splendid
value al $1.50.
j Handsome Lingerie Waists
J Beautiful new embroidered waiits. kimona or «set id
u sleeves, many witli  beautiful  embroidered Dutch
J "oilar ertVrts ami cuffs to match, size from 32 to 44.
Z ranRing ia price at $l.U0,1.26,1.60,2.00, 2.50. 3.00
♦ 3.60,100,450 and 6J0Q.
NOTICK.
Take notice tliat I iutoitd to apply
tn the chid commissioner ol lawls
lor a lit?unsc to prospect tor coal aiiclj
petroleum on the following described
land, situate in Soutn East Kootenay
Block 4593:
Commencing at a post placed at or
near one mile south of the S.E* curlier ol lot B863; tliencc 80 chains
southi tht-nic 81) chains west, thenct*
fin chains north, thence 80 chains east
tn place of commencement.
Dated March 6th, 1812,
.!. Urault, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.      19-.r*t
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., DC L, PMtlDfNT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, Gekeiul MutQS*
CAPITAL- 510,000^00"
REST. -   $8,000,000
CRANBROOK TAXIDERMIST
G&me Heads
Birds and Animals
JOHN MITCHELL
Box 396
PORT MANN
We have still some good snaps in this property. These are going fast, and we advise
you to partake in this one great opportunity.
REMKMHEK  THAT  WE ARE THE ONLY
OFFICIAL AGENTS FOR THIS PROPERTY
HUNT & DARLING
Vim Iliiriu- Slri'i't. Pliuiir 180
FARMERS'   BUSINESS
The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility
for the transaction of their banking business including the discount and
collection of sale*, note**;.    Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge
-n application.
BANKING   BY  MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of
Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful
attention bj is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.
Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way ns satisfactorily as
by a pergonal visit to the Bank. __n
(<>. T. Brymner, flanager Cranbrook, B. C.
i
Buy the Best
Cheapest Always
Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour
ih iranmntoed ta make more bread ami lietti-r bread than any
othor on tin- market.
ls  mel Iiy his Majesty   Kin.; Oeorge nwl the   Royal
family
(18 lb. Sack*    $3.75
19 111.   "      1.90
14 lb,   "          1.00
If you feel like trying oheaper brands, try ULENORA.
il $:i.7.'i per ewl.. or IMPERIAL at $-'MI"> per cwt.
tiiiariiiiteeil to be the hesl of Iheir kind,
Campbell A Manning
Scam Irom "Tlm Squaw Han" at tlw Opera llouwi TuiMlay E»'g, May 21 TIIK   CUAN BROOK   11 Kit ALU
AUDITORIUM
FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 17, GARRUTHERS AND COMPANY
"■Sr+IHE DEST PICTDRES AT THE AUDITORIUM
Guaranteed Tennis Racquets
The fatuous Boattio-Miirpliy guarantee goes with every
racquet we sell.
Fresh 1918 8LAZANGER TENNIS BALLS in stoek.
The kind that wear.
Pull line of our usual dependable
Fishing Tackle
All 1918 stock
The New Eastman Vest Pocket Kodak
in stock.   It's an Eastman,   Krion^li said.   Only see it.
(H course, our
Baseball
stock is complete.   The old reliable Bpalding line.
Cull nml get your sporting goods from ye old reliable firm,
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The ffiexofl-l Store
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
Cranbrook - - - B. C.
r,
Just
Received
Our Spring nnd Summer
stoek of Jewelry, and we invite your inspection.
Some of the designs in
Jewelry this year nre very
attractive, ami if you are only
looking around, it will lie a
great pleasure to show you
all that is new You will
lind our linn of Enr Urops
especially well assorted.
W.H.Wilson
ji THE QUALITY i
*V JEWELER M
TO RENTJHEAP
Lar« Warehouse.—Apply F. J.
Deane, Herald Ofllce. 'tl
TOWN TOPICS
Mrs  l*\    M. MacPberson will    not
receive Friday ot again this season.
Miss Ha/.i'l 1.mnl us here fiom Ward
ner the guest ol Mrs. Harold Darling'
Mrs (iu.s Kricksi-n, accompanied l>y
ber Bister, Miss Dobbin, returned t<>
day from Medicine Hat.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Staples were
tbe guests of Dr. and Mrs. llreen
last week-end,
IliiH* tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers
.tittl groen onions at Ward and Hams
W,   J. Ooepel.    provincial govern*
mem auditor, ts    In town on ,i ffl-
eial visit.
Tbe Shamrock    dub will entertain
their friends at a -social and dance
iti ihe Auditorium tin Friday, May
31st.
Mrs. Nr, King and Miss Williams
left Tuesday lor the coast, where
they will remain    for tbe next    two
nn nths.
W. V .lohnson has been awarded
thi* contract for the plumbing, roofing and cornice work on the new post
office.
Iiied.—On Sunday, May 12th, 1012,
Ha/el Lenore, infant datughtcc of Mr
ami Mrs. A. 0. Blaine, ol this city,
aged three weeks.
I Mr, and Mrs. Holier I Sinclair
leaving this week for Field, Alberta,
Mr Sinclair having heen transferred
by the li and II. department of the
IM'.K. to that point.
■ I. tm Bow man. a young Swede,
from Seven Persons, Alta., died here
this week of pneumonia. The funeral
took place yesterday, W. R. Beatty
officiating.
.lolin Mr-Donald, an old time miner
of Moyie, died yesterday nf peritonitis. Tlie funeral takes (lace tomorrow -itternoon Irom V. II. Bv.it-
H's undertaking parlors.
"In Wyoming" was presented at
the Auditorium on Tuesday evening
before a small audience. The play is
western comedy full ol row lmy
slang and breezy western expressions
Imi is unique, in that while guns nre
constantly in evidence, m> shots arc
fired.
Dutch sets, onions ami long grass
stitls at Ward and Harris
Miss A. .1. Bruce, formerly bead
nurse of the city of London Lylng-ln
holpttnl ami general hospital ol Nottingham, arrived in Cranbrook last
Saturday and has taken up worM
wilh Mrs. Salmon at the Cottage
hospital,
ENGAGEMENT
RINGS
WEDDING RINGS
PRESENTS
RAWORTH
BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
Write niul ask for our Catalogs
Mr. ami Mrs. T. Mel.uvea arc
moving to Galloway, where Mr. McLaren has secured an appointment as
planer man with the Crows Nest I'ass
Lumber company. Mr. McLaren 1ms
been with Hn- Cranbrook Mash anil
Dm r Co. lor the past (Ivo years,
Mr John Macdonald, one of Ferule's pioneers, and one who was
highly respected hy all who knew
him. dropped dead of heart failure
last Sal'ird.n at the C.P.lt. station,
Fi-riiii*. Ml Macdonald came to
Pernio wK*n Ute Crows Neat line was
tinder eot.Hlrietlon, and has lived in
or near Feiulo ever since, lie was
well known in tbo saw mill business
nml for lho lost few years lias boon
connected with lho Klk Lumber Co.
Mi. Macdonald was rt native of I'ein-
broke, Ont.
he
ieo   home   made bread received
at Ward uud Harris.
otlo Laohmund, managing director
of llir Arrow Lakes I.timlicr compnny, Ltd., Arrowhead, (B.C), sailed
from New York recently, accompanied by Mrs. Loch in und, their Intention being tu spend the .summer travelling on the continent and visiting
their son, Itnlph, whose remarkable
musical talents are being developed
Under lho tuition of a famous German director. Tito big mill at Ar-
rowliead will remain closed down all
season, the large shipments of United
Slates lumber into the prairies hav-
brought, about a state of   things
Tims, King,    from Mlssouli
purchased a five aire Lraot [rom   ihe
Kootenay Orchards people.    AL Ban-
kin, who purchased a block ol     this
land a Htrtlo while hack, has resold it ,,,?,, caU!£d own0M o[ British Colo B Winnipeg man, IL 0. Winkler, at ll|in.jfl tlmbor to fwl thfl, u vw*&
an advance and has purchased anotlv* ,,,. moro profitable in the end to al
er hloek. Mr. Winkler will reside nn ,mv th(,jr Umhvv ,0 sUjk| t)mn ^
the laud he has purchased. 'cutting and marketing it at the
  prices prevailing for the past year or
Local business    men report       t'hat  sn.
lust Saturday was one of the busiest ,
day's so far this year. There is noticeable a considerable improvement
iu business generally, collections are
better and altogether there appears a
much more hopeful spirit abroad. Indications all point to a very lively '')l"s.,,l\i
summer, ami    with the amount       ol
irk going on and   in contemplation .1()j,
times should he exceptionally gcod.      ,^
The Cranbrook Jobbers hnvr* purchased a small automobile for tbo
use of Iheir travelling man. Br. F-
W. Green is importing a now seven
ir> Oakland,
The Roman Catholic Archbishop ol
Adelaide ( bhe most Rev. Br.
O'Uieffy) in the course of an address
on the religious agitator in opening
t new school for the Sisters ol St
prayed that the agitator
might Ik    consigned   to the    South
seated car, a »'
eil through the Kootenay Garage Co.
Fred Kuuimer and E. A. HH1 leave
for Nanaimo on Saturday lo attend
the annual K, of I', convention as
delegates from Cranbrook lodge.
He referred to tlte fact that
religious agitator thought everyone who loved a horse was hopelessly
out of every chance of salvation
He also remarked: "I have never
backed a horse. Where horses
iiceincd   I am a perfect stupid, and
""■*'" if I did bet my mor.ey would be
good as gone. Still I will admit
this: If 1 only had the gift «f pro
ph.cy, which I assuredly have not,
ami knew with absolute certainty the
horse that was going to carry ofl
! the next. Onkaparlnga or Rand wick or
II. M. Merriman, C.P.R, assistant Melbourne Cup, 1 should no I have
engineer, who for some lime past has moment's hesitation, nor the shadow
been In charge of tlw location, grad- of ;l scruple of conscience, in hacking
lug anil bridge work on the Kootenay that horse for a handsome amount.'
Central   railway,   with headquarters| ——
al   Golden, has been Iransterred    to     Considerable alarm has followed
Kamloops and will leave in n      few statement by J. William Cockle,   the
days to assume his new duties.   Mr   well known Kaslo entomologist, that
Merriman will bc succeeded at Gold   wood ticks, which abound in   British
en by Mr. Livingstone. Columbia, carry germs   which   cause
—— 'spinal meningitis and hery-lwry   and
Win. G McMynn, who for a great thai the bite of the insect is fre-
m.iny years has bten the government qucntly fatal. Interviewed, Dr. W.
agent at Greenwood, has been ap (>■ Rose, said that this fact was well
pointed agent at Golden at an in- known to members of the medical
creased salary. Mr. McMynn has profession in this province ami Mon*
been a resident of Greenwood district tana. In thirteen years, Dr. Rose
for over a quarter nf a century and staled that he had had four cases cf
iu tho boom days at Midway was the spinal meningitis directly traceable
government's representative there, lo bites from wood ticks. Two of
His departure from Greenwood will these cases were fatal. Bites on thc
li" a matter of general regret in that nape of   tho    neck caused meningitis
citv.
and also on   otlier parts of the body
Fresh     shipment
daily at Ward and Harris
I are frequently responsible for danger-
f strawberries ous diseases.       Interest in the    sub
ject is great In Nelson, nn account ol
llie dealh a few dny-s ago from spinal
While market conditions are not as
reassuring ns they might bc, the
leading Kootenay lumber manufaotur-
cits—recognising that any further curtailment of operations would tv
♦HM»*»mf»MM»UHeM»MMMMM»MMM» ;
Madam;
mi
99
PANTRY
QUEEN
FLOUR
is milled from the best available
Spring Wheat
If the Flour you are presently using Is not
giving good satisfaction, or if you want a
better, stronger flour, get a sack of " PANTRY QUEEN" from
WARD & HARRIS
Cranbrook, B.C.
P. F. Wiesbrod, who recently   left | meningitis of the Robley child.
Crunbrook to (ill the position of    C.
P.R.     trainmaster at  Macleod       ha
Uin promoted to the position of sup
ciintendenl at Moose .Inw, vice A. E.
Stevens, who has been appointed   as
sistant to the general supertntenden
at Vancouver, Mr. F. PoU-rs. Watson Jurlous lo the prosperity ol the com-
Hall lakes    Mr. Weisbrod's position muni tics surrounding their respective
as   trainmaster     at  Macleod.     Mrs.  plants   — have already started      up
Halt     will join him there in        the  llielr   plants, or are making prepara-
course of a tew   weeks, Whilst      his  lions   lo get running. Among    these
many Cranhrook   friends will he glad   an* lhe Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co
to know of his promotion, Mr. Hails Ltd , at   Wardner;   the Otis staple:-
departure from Cianhrook will       bu Lumber Co., Ltd., nt    Wytlit.c,     the
sincerely regretted Baker     Lumber Co., Ltd., at Waldo;
  | the   Adolph Lumber Co. al   llaynes'
To arrange for -, odebtatlon ol the t*eMe\ the Summit Lake Lumber Co.
I nn veais ni peace between Canada '-1--• •>< summit Lake; the Kast
mnl the I nited Htales ,, meeting has Kootenay Lumber Co., Ltd., at *lat-
been summoned bu Ottawa on June fray; the Leask ami Johnson Co. ai
1. A committee will then lw or- Mayook, Owners of half u dozen other
ganlsed to CO-opeWte with those in plants have not yet arrived at a
the United States and Gnat Britain, derision as to the scope of the sea-
The call Is signed hy Senator Cox, son's operations, ami it Is evident,
Senator Baiitliirumi, Senator Louis says tin* Western Lumberman, that
Jette, Sir Alex, Lascoster, Sir Wil-J the trend of the market in the early
li.iin Mackenzie, Sir W. ll. Meredith,' weeks will have a big Influence In
Sir William Mulock, Sir Thomas shaping their course.
Shaughnessy ami sir Edmund Walk-
Lady police officers will noon he
patrolling their heats hi Vancouver,
By the end of this week or within drawing the same pay and vested
ten days ul the latest, if the present With the same authority as a lull-
favorable weather continues, seeding fledged male officer. This decision
will have been completed throughout was arrived at last week hy Uie
tbe province of Alberta. Already hoard of police commissioners, whieh
authorized Chief Chamherlln to appoint I wo suitable members of the
fair Bex to work in conjunction with
lhe police force in maintaining law
nml order in the city. Tn answer to
a question ns to whether capable ladies, fully alive to the arduous duties before them, could lie persuaded
to join   the force, Chief   Chnmhrrlln
The Cranbrook Drug and
Book Co., the Up-to-
date Druggists, Have
Scored Another Point.
They have imported
a Large Stock of that
Great   French  Tonic
VIGOROL
and have been made
sole agents for Cranbrook. Every bottle
guaranteed.
Ilrinn always on lint lookout fur
Uu. boat, in everything in tlio iltug
lino, Tlio I'raiilirnok IHiib & Hook
Co. has placed in stock a largo eon-
siKtuiieilt nf the lluiil Kri'iich Tonie
VIGOROL. Evory iluy nature is
iiinvitliiiK us with Mtnolttlng now,
The latest modlolno on tin.- inuiket iu
Canada is VIGOROL. Weak mid
rMHdoWtt men, women and children
can now lie made sir ing and healthy.
Kvery home .should contain a bottle
ol VIGOROL—tlio Tonic that is »
Tonic. The whole human system is
al once toned un. That tired, dragging feeling disappears and life lie-
comes a joy. lf you arc not just lecl-
ing yourself, go to Craubrook Drug
& Hook I'o. and gel a bottle of VIGOROL. If you don't IitJ lietter in
twenty-four hours, go hack and got
your money. VIOOROL acts on the
kidneys, liver and blood nnd is a
powerful flesh ami system <bulldcr.
Price $1.00 a bottle.
WINNING PRICES
ON
Ladies' Suits and Coats
as**' '
You cannol afford to pass
by this opportunity for buying a Coat or Suit al Ihe
prices which we arc now
offering, The workmanship
style and materials of our
garments are guaranteed.
Space does not permit a description, but for one week
we will make a reduction of
stated that lie already had two ladies in view who were willing to act
as police oflicers anil he believed that
they were eminently suited for the
work. It was e\'|lained by the
police commissioners fir the benefit
of the chief, that tbe duties of thc
lady oflicers would lie to keep a
watchful eye on the movements of recalcitrant girls who were likely to
fall into the dutches of Uk- law. Men
will not have a chance to Ih- arrested
by tbo lady constables, but il is possible that ih-- male members ol the
force will be put wise to a lot of
things that may have escaped their
notice.
"THE SQUAW MAN"
Tbo average play mode from a buo
cessful novel or hook is a failure he-
cause Ino dramatist cannot consistently crcwd into the drama llie host
of interest ini- detail and Incident that
Ko to make tip tin* value ol tin1
story, An exception lo this rulo
is the charming drama "Tlu- Squaw
Mat.," whieh Edward Milton Roylo
has evolved (rem his Immensely pop-
ulat book ol the same name, and
which scored a tremendous success
for over three hundred performances
in Chicago ami New York last sea
son. The dramatist has retained all
the salient points < f the novel and
woven them into a drama that reveals a pretty love story. This drama
will he presented at the Auditorium
on Tuesday evening, May 21st by a
company of more than ordinary
quality ai.d with a must handsome
scenic. "Thc Squaw Man"
will be a money maker lor years
come.
O
On Any Spring Coat -»,
or Suit
Dainty Dresses
We ore showing a splendid assortment of uent
Lingerie nnd attract ivo
House Drosses. Save
worry and money by looking over tliese pleasing
i,'uniLi'iits.
Wo have not overlooked
the Ouildreu's needs of
Rompers, Blouses, Drosses.
Etc.   Ask to boo thorn.
Pretty Muslins
and Ginghams
Tin- warm weather demands cooler wearables.
I lur stock of imported
MuoTl.is and Uinguatus is
worthy yonr attention. Wo
particularly mention onr
fine range of ttinghntns in
large check patterns. Tlm
prices range frnm 12Jc to
50c per yard.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
BBF-F3&J
KASll.Y SATISFIED.
; Slater, phono 2->2.
IH-lt
WANTED.-Competcht maid for
general housework; one who can go
home at night. Apply Mrs. I'. T.
Davis, 'phone 265. 20-H
An i hi negro preacher did the
honors, anil the candidate for baptism was ,i coal-black negro woman.
Tho, preacher led hi* victim far'oui In
the stream where sin* could bo thoroughly immersed, am) at the auspicious moment lie cried in a loud voice:
"He stitlily,   Mslah, lie stiddy,   an'.
you'll come up whit ah tlaii snow."     |
"O,     pahson,"       she    exclaimed,
dal's   askin'       too   much;  a cream'    MM    SALE    CHEAP.-Ono   bay
color'II do!" gelding,   weight about   Ki5U His, pet-
j , jIit*t 1 y Bound.       Apply Dr, Hall's of
fice. ' 19-lt
FOH HKNT.-Six r, omeil house,
titiuil location, electric light, other
conveniences. Apply IV 0. Hox 452,
city. IMf
Ooing  out of   wall paper business.
Choice stoek must be disposed cf    at
tf any price.-n. II. Short. ll-tl
wheat seeding has been practically
completed, according in reports re*
ceived by lho Alberta Pacific Elevator company on Saturday from elgln
ty stations situated in different areas
nil o\,*r tin* province. Seventy-five pei
cenl td ll il seeding! has lieen dono
and lifly per cent of the barley nnd
liax is in
DEATH OF AGNES
JAM CAMERON
PROMISING YOUNG BRITISH COLUMBIA AUTHORESS.
Miss Agnes Dean Cameron, the
well known writer and lecturer, diet!
at St. Joseph's hospital. Victoria, on
Monday, following an operation Ur
appendicitis after a snort illness.
Miss Cameron wns a native daughter of Victoria, having luen horn in
Itttl-t, a daughter ol Duncan anil Jc8-
sn* Cameron, pioneers of the province,
She was educated in the puhlic antl
high schools of Ibe city and embraced the teaching profession- Among
her charges   were    tlw tdd Granville |
iiiit school In Vancouver. Later
she returned to Victoria. Alter several years in the work she was appointed to tbe South Park school as
principal, a position *ha held until
six years ago.
Six years ago, owing to the con
troversy with the provincial department < f education over the examinn
tion in drawing at the South Park
school, she terminated her connec-
liln with thc teaching stall in tho
city and ran for the office of school
trustee, lieing elected at the head of
the poll after an exciting campaign.
At this time -site decided to enter ,.n
a wider field tf journalism ami moved lo Chicago. There she became
noted as a descriptive writ, t ol great
ability. Slu* concentrated most of
her energies on describing to tlte
wml tl the magnificent resources and
opportunities of Western Canada. She
U'laine associate editor nl the Last
Dest West tnaga/im* and also was
identified with the Canadian Women's
Press association.
THIRSTY MAC.
An old Scotsman was threatened
with blindness if he did not give up
drinking.
"Now, McTavish," said the doctor,
"it's like this: You've cither to stop.
the whiskey    or, lose your eyesight--    ,n
and you must choose."
'i.\y, wt*el. doctor," saitl MtTavish,
vl'm nu nuld man iio**, an' I was
thinkin' I ha'o seen ahoot everything
worth BCClnV
*25 REWARD will he paid for
conviction of the party or parlies
who have removed the doors and
windows from the milt ami buildings,
the property of the North Star Lumber mill, mi Hospital creek,        18-tl
WANTKD.-Lndy     ironeis.
Cranbrook Steam laundry.
Apply
19-tl
POR BALE.—Thoroughbred single
comb While Leghorn Oggt. Prize winners nt the fill (airs $2.U0 for 18.
Fertility   guaranteed,   Apply   Ei It.
WANTED    AT ONCE.—Swampi rs,
sawyers anil graders (or railway Construction    work; $2.an and M.75 per
■Corbin   Coal and    Coke    Co.,
Corbin, via McQilllVray, B.C.    20-IH"
WANTED.—A    charwoman.
Mis   Iv 11. Small.
LOST-Pair
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On Fen-lick Avenue, Baker Hill
$4,500.00
Two lots, nit'ijly Improved, lawns, eto,; 2 story dwelling—10
rooms; 5 hi'ilrooms; wnter nml other iii'cessnrii-s. luitliroom.
de.; telephone; oleotrio light; slone foundation; concrete
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THE EDISON
PHONOGRAPH
is the popular instrument for the same
reason that popular music is popular—it
makes the biggest hit with the biggest crowd
—not only because o{ its great popular repertoire; not only
because of its equally noteworthy classical repertoire; not
only because of the true-to-life rendering which the
sapphire reproducing-point insures; not only because of
the Amberol Records, or because it is the instrument on
which you can make your own records at home—but,
because all these things form a combination whicli everyone recognizes as the greatest thing in the musical world
todav—the Edison Phonograph.
morning
trlonus, ai
town   on    Tuesday
"goou-byo" to their
were leaving on the noon trni
Winnipeg.
lying THU   CRANBROOK     DRUG   AND
tliey      HOOK     CO. HAS    A    PREPARA-
lor    TION THAT   WILL OROW   HAIR
ABUNDANTLY.
Mr. T.   G. Evans, ol London, Onl., 	
spout Inst Sutiii'day witli Irlomls    in    This is an age   ol discoveries.  To
Wardner. Br™ hair alter   it has fallen out to-
Mr.     Coflcc, ol tlio P, llurus Meat day is a reality.
Co., Crairarook,     wns doing'businessI   SALVIA, the    Great Hair   Tonic
in town last Saturday. and Dressing, will positively create n
Miss Josephine Ha'vill, of Uie t'itm-' ,,ew growth ol hair,
brook P,   0, stall, is tho guest      otl   If you want    lo have a    beautiful
her mother, Mrs. Otto Wisner, for   a head of hair, free from Dandruff, use
few days. .SALVIA once a    day and watch the
Mr. Walter Mngoon, superintendent results,
ol Uie loBRiiiR department, was      In!   SALVIA Is guaranteed to stop lal-
Marysvllle. this week nn business.      j ling hair and restore tlie hair to its
The newly   orgniil/«l   brass    Irani! natural    color.  The greatest    Hair
Mil their   lirst practice in the    lib-1 Vigor known,
rary hall on Monday night ol      this    SALVIA Is compounded Iiy expert
week.     KvciyUiing points to a   very'chemists,
successful season for Ihe'liand. I   Watch youi Imir if it is falliiif; out.
The    Wardner hoys went to Hallo- If you iluli f, you will sooner or lat-
way on Sunday morning lust to play cr he bald.
n game of baseball wilh lhe hoys  of I   SALVIA prevents boldness by las-
that lung.    Tlie Wardner t.-mn play- toning llio hnir to tlio roots,
oil    well   anil    put up a good clean!   Ladles will find    SALVIA Just the
game.    The batteries were. Wardner, hair dressing they are looking lor. II
A. Lund anil I'.     Emlitoo; Galloway, makes the hair sofl and Unity am! is
BRITISH RECORDS
FRENCH RECORDS
Thereilt Edison dealer:.everywhere.
G<1 unii|>]tte catalog.* from your
dealer or from us. KdUon Phono-
(■ra|ihK,$16^0lo|240.00. Edison
Standard Records, 40c Edison
Amberol Record* (|il*y twice ai
long), 65c Edisun Grand Open
Records, Mc to 92.50.
In addition to our regular monthly
lint of Bdiion Sumlartl and Edison
Amberol Records, we issue itkij-
1-j.rly a number of Brtttlh mid French
Records. Be sure to pet the catalog*
froiiiyoiirdealerwticnyotigotobuy
your Edison Phonograph—and ask
to have tlie new Record Supple ments Wg       ygp      ,M
nailed you free every month.
Acc»pUuWM<rfEdi«*Pb«»ir.phsaMR<«»*wlUUf*H**rlM
DRY ANI) WET.
Singing Teacher — "Now, fliilrire-n,
glvo us 'Little Drops of Water,' imil
put some spirit in it."
Principal (whispering): "Careful,
sir. This is a temperance school.
Say 'Put some ginger iu it.' "
SOCIETY AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY
Cranbrook     Lodge*,
No. 84
AF. & A. IL
Itegular meeting! on
the   third   Thurtday
ol every mouth.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
1). .1. McSweyu, W.M.
.!. S. Peck, Secretary.
<^5U-»a6w
INCOirOUTII)
A-miii. Oui*. N. J.
U.S. A.
Cranhrook Drug and Book Co. Ltd
Beattie-Murphy Co. Limited J
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!    News of the District
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ELKO
(lly Fred Roo).
No matter how depressed yon feel
A Bloomy faci- is lingcntecl
Nobody cares about your woes;
Badi    lias   liis   sorrows,    .^odncss
knows,
Why slionlil j-ou your grlel disclose
Look oliccrful.
Aovfrtislng   is like making love lo
a w-iilow—il    can't lie overdone.    So
don't li rgol    to   come to Elko May
21 tli.
OM I'oiniiry papers iireilici anottiv?
tir.il sink.- ami Un- Eagle ojrei ol the
United states, south ol Tobatco
Plains tbrcatcn to strike. We are
too gosli darned busy in Elko
strike.
I wii-ri' In- lias turn tin- guest ot King
Oeorge thc V. Inr tlie past six
mouths, disappointed at t.ot meeting
nny notables he cut his vvoll loose
anil returns to Nelson wiih a royal
warrant and a guard of honor, lor
another six months.
Elko, thc gem ol thc I'rows Nest
I'ass. u-avc your troubles and car's
at homo ami upend Victoria day
Klko.
Travil lers and train junipers
still pouring into Elko. Some ol tlie
travellers are using llu- automobile
to visit the river towns and it's
quile possible that several more will
Ibc put inio •■oiitiiiissii.il
I Another railway to pass through
\ Tobacco Plains, says tbe Spokane
Chronicle,   passing through the .loos-
| villi- Valley nnd   will tap the riihesl
I- i•:,,■„„■,., who nauls for Swill 'rl,il ml ,"i"*'r''1 ,lislrUIS ta Sml,h
Canadian Co., out ol Cranhrook, is l:""1 KioU-nay. Kalispell and lal-
utilising the squeal ol the pig and &'* capitUists are mterested. It
using ll ,„■ his order sheets', fall al "m ta™ "* "«* '"""^ &*A*
the M Meat Market for copies. ""' "'"' ','"1 ''"""''' a ,,iR '"'"'"'' '"
The Nevada Times states there is
between thirty and forty Canadian
tadits, some of lliem post graduates.
Flathead Valley   and Tobacco Plains
trull and vegetables.
I
taking Uie special short course treatment at Reno. No douhl for the
elimination of au undesirable appendage ct mmonly known as husband.
Tliere is no ttulli in the statement Mrs. Kd. .lohnson and child ol
made in Sunday's Spokcsman-Hovlew Spokane, arrived here a lew days
that the writer was trying to lorm a ago to join her husband, who is ein-
WARDNER
(Special correspondence)
Tobacco 11 iisi on Tobacco Plums.
M. Phillipps, ol Krntlaiids, puna
through Klko on liis way to Fort
Steele Monday.
Miss Mary June Slackbannm-r,
recent arrival from the uld country,
to Tobacco Plains, claims deacon
Irom Charles tho Bccond, ll.ul it Ijwn
from ('hailis the first sin* could
have dragged In Un* head.
Klko, surrounded by sparkling
glaciers, -until scoticty that makes
Switzerland look like Bt. Joseph1!
Prairie, will give B (ronttci eelebra
tion on Ma)  the 21th.
Frank Dcrosiers, ni Soora Valley.
New Mexico, pasted through Elko on
his was io Fort Steele last week
cod.
Mcsira. Bond and Worth, t«. Calgary real citato, magnatea, ipent several ii.t.s ii. Elko tbla week. Thoj
were greatly Imprensd u.tii tbc
city and lurroundlngi and failed to
sir a thing that   wasn't worth lnii.il-
Ing,
Lives then- |    woman wilb soul
(lend
That    iltM-s not     want   to   eat nice
bread,
Then our   itorc'a n,.- plan to     Ret
bread
Like .our    motbet uacd to try     to
make.
ii..i, Ki llogg, ol Cranbrook, who
rami* out to Canada with Lord Selkirk's part*, and sold dried apploi antl
s»iil heads to tin- Indians for the
Hudson [tay company in Macleod,
when tln-v used to ii.ti* i!,i- antelope
with a mounted policeman's jacket
was down In Klku Sunday fishing
Iloh had a splendid r.iUii, Imt ho Is
so anxious to make Andrew Carnegie
look like a piker lu* gives everything
he gets away.
The greal art of advertising is    t
keep   people   talking   about   you no
matter    what    Ihey say.    Itememher
that  evory knock's a booot nnd when
they are talking about  ymi they
giving Homebody else a refit.
Mr and Mrs. Hugh Mclnnes nnd
danghtet drove into Klko frnm tin
itoek Creek pinerln Sunday.
ployed at Uw company's saw mill
They have started housekeeping on
River street.
Mr. .1. Martin was in Cranbrook
i.n Wednesday on business.
Policeman Kgglcshaw went to
Kernic last Wedwsduy afternoon
with a prisoner, who bad been sentenced to two months in the Fernie
jail.
Mrs. H. I.. Morrow, who has been
visiting for a tew days wilh friends
in town, left last Thursday morning
to visit friends in Spokane. Inlon
going on to Vancouver.
Mr Shaw moved his wife and fain
iiy this week to Cranbrook where
they will make tlieir home.
Mis Hadley took her little tout*
tern months old trahy to Cranbrook
hospital last Thursday Tlte child has
bent very ill tor s< me time and
has shown little signs ol improvement .
Mr. Harold Darling, if Cranhrook,
was in Wardner leal Mnnlay afternoon
Mrs l.ovick was in Cranhrook last
Wednesday.
When oily a shoit distance It oui
(own last Sunday morning, on bis
way to see the ball game at Oallo-
way, Mr. Fred. Auditt's horse,
shuck his foot against a sUme and
after stumbling for about a nd tell.
Frtd was under the horse and could
not free himself, as the lit use could
not get up. Witb one hand he ob
tatned his knife and alter cutting tbe
stirrups, was able to rise.
Mr. F. M. Stearns was in Cran
brook last Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Hart and children have re
turned alter visiting tor a few days
with friends in Waldo,
Mr Fred llurgeM, i f the l.und
Land and Development Co., Cranhrook, was in town last week end
on business.
Mrs Scrnton, ol Calgary, was with
friends here last week,
Mr Duiilop, (f Hamilton, Ont., renewed   old     acquaintances   In    town
last week.
Mr.    and   Mis   Pender,   who have' asleep," ho growled
Toilhunter,  Wallace and Grooves.
The innings for each team  vver
follows:
It.
Wardner ... ,0-3-1-8-2-1-0-0-5—20
(lalloway     ,0-0-1-0-0-1-0-0-0— 2
Several rooters went along to
company the boys, all   returning    iu
high spirits ou account of their very
successful game.
The Klko liaselmll team will lour-
ney to Wardner this Sunday mom
ing to play a game with tbe home
team.
"Return ol the Favorites," wa
lhe name ol the new motion pictures, out on at the Library hall
last Friday evening by Harry 1*
Thompson, trap drummer, ami Ruby
I.aruell, piano accompanist. The
show* was very well attended
proved to be very entertaining.
Surely we owe our present policeman a great deal of praise tor thc
very vigilant watch he keeps. Our
little town is certainly looking up.
May the good work continue.
The few warm days of this wick
have tb ne much in causing the Koolenay river to rise, thereby aiding
greatly the driving of logs.
t sticky.   A large bottle, SOcls. At
as (by Cianbrook Drug ar.d Hook Co.
HAPPENED LAST WINTER.
In the smoking room of a liner, a
number ot men nf different national!
ties were amusing themselves telling
Increasingly "tail" stories.
Finally the Canadian of lho party
spoke up:
"(lenllemeii," he said, "1 was once
treed by a most ferocious hull moose
in the Kast Koolenay country, Hrilish Columbia. To make matters
worse, my ammunition gave out. As
1 thought of the loved ones at home
tears came to my eyes, rolled down
onto the palm ot my hand and froze
hard ns marbles. A happy thought
'u"tl | Hashed through my mind. Taking the
frozen tears, 1 rammed them into my
gun, blazed away, killed the moose;
and then, gentlemen, and then—"
The story-teller's audience (lied o»t
WILD UTS AND
FUSE WILD OATS
According In a bulletin recently
sued by thu seed branch of llie tl.
partment of agriculture
there is a type of more or less harmless wild oat that is frequently contused with the true wild oal wbieh
is recognized as being one of the
worst of weeds. This publication,
prepared by Mr. Norman Griddle,
describes field experiments with these
two plants aud explains hy means of
charts and descriptive matter their
distinguishing characteristics. According to this authority, it is a
comparatively simile matter to distinguish the two sorts in the growing stage as the false variety shows
llu* same manner of growth as the
cultivated oat while the true wild oat
exhibits a different habit. In tbe seed
form, the difficulty of telling them
apart is greater more especially in
so far as some ol ihe smaller varieties of tbo false wild rat are concerned. With the larger sorts, tbo
difficulty of distinguishing Ihem is
mora easy as an experienced eye will
at once detect lliv false wild oat by
its larger size ami its usual close resemblance to the cultivated variety
iu which it is found, Generally
speaking, too. the outer seed coat is
more open in trout wllh cultivated
forms awl false wild oats so that Hi*'
inner coat is broadly visible, where'
as in wild oiils, tin- edges of tbc outer coal almost meet. Readers interested in distinguishing wild oats from
false oats would do well to write to
the publications branch, depart men
of agriculture, Ottawa, for a copy of
HuHetin No. S.7,
Makes Short Work of
RHEUMATISM
Depp-ieated and apparently hopek-si enncs of
S'-i.n iin, Lumbago, (...ut. Ni-u-nlm;. nnd all other
forma of Rheumatism yi- Id at once to Abbott Bros.
lihetitnatie. Itemedy. Like an angel of mi ivy it
linn .riven Inn taut relief io Bleep.fori.aken sufferer*,
lifted them from beds of nicony and for 2d years
has been curing men, women and children fur
whom them aecmed no help. Junta few buttles
have cured easea of from Cd to «i year-.' duratiin
and today it stands unrivalled aa a .-uii-l.. safe an J
ibralutel*/ reliable tarsal ment for all uric acid ilia-
?■>*'•*, weak kidneys, etc.   Let a dollar bottle of
Abbott Broi. Wwimitlc Romedj
end your pains at once—start your cure totlny.
, ,, . j Bant prepaid by Abbott Bros.. 7118. Drnrhom St.,
.   I H I.iw .1,  chicaEU, HI., If your druKitist does rot have IL
Sold by   the    t'ranbrook   lirug   anil
Honk t'o.
ObbsuBNT l.onuii No, .i;t
KNIOHTS 1)T PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, U. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at I p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
T. (1, Jouca, C. 0.
.1. M. Uoycs.K. ol R. N. S.
Visiting brethren   cordially Invited
to attend.
«  Tlio Leading BiiBineae College
of llie Northwest
Where young people can receive
a thorough businetw training.
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING
COMMERCIAL LAW, ETC.
Is in seaniou twelve imintlip In
the year.
No eiitriince examinations*.
Boartl uml room ut very reasonable rates.
We  Ht'i'ufo  poHitioiis  for our
students.
Our new beautifully illustrated
e-iialiio.111' Hfiit fteo ininii request.
Write for it NOW!
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
lst<% Madlron     -      BPOKAMK
NOT FOR WEARY.
"Sir," said the tramp, "I havt not
lotted food tor seven days.    Another
hall-Iiniii of fast im; and I inuMt die."
"Then," eteluimcd the philanthropist, "you Khali live. T.ike this tick-
et, it will admit you In mv sti--.nl tn
a sumptuous banquet, COUrto after
niuise, meats, wines niul dessert, a
feast thiie (mors |.ni ■, gloriotli com
pany, with   Mr. Efforts, Mr   T.-otcw.
Mr. Longyorn, Mr. PMcd and  other
em mint mrn."
"Will ihere Ite nny after-dinner
speeches•,*" asked the starving one.
"Columns ot 'em," said the philanthropist.
Ami the tramp bunded b.u K the
ticket, and n aw led wearily away Into
a silent timlier-yard to die.-
EMPTY IS THK CRADLE.
The husband arrived home much
later titan usual "from the offlee."
He took off his hoots and stole Into
the bedroom; but, vain precaution!
His wife bewail to stir. (Juickly the
panic stricken man went to the
cradle of* his first-born ami Itegan to
rock it vigorously.
"What are yon doing there, Alex?''
i|Uri inl his wife.
"I've been sitting here for nearly
two    ht urs trying to get this    hnhy   ♦ Apply nt Offlo
MEN
ONLY
If .Villi I llllll' I )
m.'fi.rth'iitiiniit.
M-pf-ci to be
rami If --ni-i-
Imvi* tailed expert
ma tn curs you.
i'iili>t>-. I know
tlmt l run curs
you l will nol ae*
ivpt your case,
mnl in every la*
stance I Irwil by
HIV  nntl nriuiii-.l
advanced uml
■ein nil Ao methods.
MY FEES ARC FAIR. AND NY
CURES ARE PERMANENT
Snermilorrhoea, Orfiak Wcskscss,
Loal Vlxor, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Ces*
tractctt DiMirders. Specific Mood Pslsoa,
Piles an-J Striclares-— restoring all
a ITeeted organs tononnaland healthy
action in llie i-bortest iiossilile space
of time.
VISIT
DR.  KELLEY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
>-viiii iho forms of DIsossm ot Men.
CuosoltallonandImtructlvs i v\<> five
nl uffiieor by tliinl
Jin iiinv.\iinsniri.r
SPOKANE. WASH
GREATEST MEDICINE ON EARTH
A prominent cltisen of Evansvllle,
Itn), writes:—"I was ill for Ave
months with a pulmonary trouble, and
had thu best of doctors. I had hemor*
rbogss and was lu a very bad way.
Through the advice of a friend I tried
Vlnol, and I feci that It saved my life.
It in all ynu rceommend It to be. 1
believe It ii the greatest medicine on
earth, I havo ad.Ised others to try
VImil. aud they have had the lams
results," (Name furnished on re-
fjtiest.)
We want fvery one In thla vicinity
Who Is troubled with chronic colds,
eonghs, or pulmonary troubles, to
come nnd gel a bottle of Vino],
If It does not go to the seat of trouble, heal the Inflammation and stop
iho entigh. we wilt cheerfully return
every cent paid us for It. This shows
our faith, and proves that yon take
no chances.
(-ranbrook Drug and tlook Co.,
t'ranbrook, B.O.
•M»s)M»»»»»»»»t)»)»MO
FOR SALE
i: HOUSE on Burwell Avenue!;
Kiwi lloonit, Water nml
Electric Light
Patrick HoNunuti tourlat, irrlfcd ban livimj at Mr. Tyc'i camp,      a    "Whjr, Ala. I'w R«t liim hm
in   Elko Krldii) OVailOf from NelKW iborl dlltMM ..ut „l tu«n, w»rc   in Ik.1 with iih-,"I»uhI lii> apouiK-
In
l>.  D   Hi*XT
I.O.O.F., KEY CI'I"> LODGE, No. 41
Meet, .i.ij Moniay
night tt New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddlellow* oordlally luvittd.
II. .1. Kendall, W. M. Harris,
N. O. SK'y.
DUItHAM ENCAMPMENT NO.  12.
I.O.O.F.
Mi-cts first and    third Wadntsdayi
in each month.
A   cordial reception eitendwl      to
visiting brothers.
Oilicers July lst to Decwnbu 31st.
0, P.-H. Clayton.
Scribe-W. M. Harris.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH  LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebekah.  cordially Invited.
Miss Nellie Baker, N. 0.
Mrs. Anna. Beattle,   Rec. Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANHROOK, 8943
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ot each month at I
p.m. Rliarp
Wm. Henderson, CR.
I.. Pearron, Sec., Box 618.
Visiting brethren made welcoma.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall lirst aad
third Thursday ol each montb at
.1 p.m. sharp.
Mrs. Lulu Hayward, Rec. Sec.
Vi. B. McFarlane, Chlel Ranger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's    Hall 2nd    and
Ith Tuesday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to British   citi
Mnl.
N. A. Wailinger,        W. C. Crehbln
•'res. See'y.
P. O. Bos 425
Visiting members cordially welcomed.
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iPmbyurianCburcbll
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11 ''
o'clock
Sunday   evening    aervice   at' '
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      School   and    Bible
Claas at > o'clock
Presbyterian   Outld, Tuesday,
at 8 o'clock
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;: Baptist Cburcb;
Paetor, ll. S. Speller.
Pnreonsge, Norbury
'Phone, 281.     P. O. Boi 117.
Regular Services -Sui.dav, 11 \
a.m.     and    7.80   p.m.;   Bible.
School    with     Young   Ladlea'
Philethea    and    Youag   MaaV
Ilible Clan, I p.m.
Monday,   Youag Peoples',   •
VTedneedaf, Mid-Week Meeting
A cordial   Christian
toall.
1 * W *F*F*» ▼▼▼▼ W TV*** ffff WWV
I: CRANBR00K-FBRNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
President: T. h. <*i..i.
Secretary: H. Macuonai.ii
Kor information regarding lands <
t > ami   Hgrii-nlttne   apply    to the *
Secretary, Cranbrook. ll, C.
Meeting
1 J        Kverj* second Wednesday       ^
Dr. Mattel's Female Pills
Nineteen Years the Standard
Prescribed and recommended lor women's ailments, a scientifically pre-
j pared remedy ol proven worth. Thc
j result Irom Iheir use is quick and
j permanent. For sale at all drugstores
Builder and
Contractor
Soptic Tmiks niul Concrete
Work m-iici'iilly u
8|)('i'inlty.
;; Estimates   Freely  (liven.', |
P.O. Box 346
'■'> Cranbrook, B.C. <>
PROFESSIONAL CARDS     g
   I
W. P. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Money to loan on favorable terms.
CRANHROOK,BRITISH   COLUMB1.
F. S.   ROSSETER
A. SI. Can. Sue. c. E.
Civil Engineer and Architect
Olliee over Cranbrook Drug mnl Book
Co's. Store
Telephone :isi>
P. 0. Box !
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
HOME HOSPITAL
r.vory enre nnd comfort
A  homo from  home
Spooial attention in oases of
.MitUtrnily, ItliiMiiiiutiHiii
mnl niOLinionla
Tonus modoruto
MKS. li. BUN l, Matron.
P.O. Iliii Plimin -JT.'I
DRS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians nnd Surgeons.
Office at  Heililw-f,   Armitroni   in,
OFKIOB HOURS:
Korenoona 1.01) to I mm
Afleroouni • • - 2.011 to   4 nu
KvenliiRs - - - - 7.80 lo   8 30
dumlaya .... .30 to   4.30
CRANHIIOOK :i     :»     a    li     U   0,
A reliable Krencli rtgntltoi
nrerUUi. These
pills nre cxcectliiiKlv i>.>wetti.l In [L--*uUtlnR the
BciifTall-.L* p >rtli-n nl tlio Icmalu svilcin. KeluM
allclieup imitation.. Ur. de Vbm'i mt s.-M at
•Hallux, nr thiee '..rlllt. Mailcl lit inv a.i.lie*?.
Tli* Hcoltfll Ui a-* Co.. Ht. 4'Mhftrtnc*. "nt
Kor sale Rt  Deatle,  Murphy  &  Co.,
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Oppo.it. r.l'.H. Stailou
THE     I'LACE     TO     OKT    A
(JIICK MEAL ANI
OOOII MEAL
ROOMS TO RENT.
Beatlqtiirtera tor nil kimls of
Ropairs
Sutisfiiction Gunrantecd
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shoe Sin-cinliet
Frank Provenzano:
Goneral Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     -     B. C
P.O. 101 IK PMMI44
It yuo want satisfaction wilb
your washing  send
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Spscial prices (or family work.
■»»♦♦»»»♦■>♦♦♦♦♦•»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
I CHAS. S. PARKER f
BaensnrtoP.T. l\ I'KIIIIV
DRAYINC AND
TRANSFERRING
. ACENTS FOR
J THE IMPERIAL OIL CO.
AND CALT COAL     *
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ISMSIAW.i V.i 'li-'Irfl. 'iL-'IBIriPWIrt'i-'li -'IrVr'
T. HANSON'S S. C. 1
§ ERNEST
j White Leghorns
H Well known for
!>    SIZE OF ECCS, ECC VIEL0
FERTILITY AND STAMINA
I Tn keep up  tlie *t»mina t- the |
i greule.l prolilem nl llie hleetler.
STAMINA MEANS KlIGS {
KllliS MEAN llllll IT I
|        ECCS FOU HATCHING:
I ,2.60 per IA; IT.lin per :*<; |I2
I per 100,,lnfl|n>r 1,000.
i Oil PER NOW
! ERNEST T. HANSON I
Oowlolian, V. I,
■———an
Mj
DU. F. ti. MILKS
DENTIST
OFKIOE    HOURS:
• to 12 a.m.
1 to   I p.m.
1 to   I p.m.
Ofllce in Hanson Block.
ORANRROOK -        -        - B   C,
BC. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Crunbrook null Fort Steclo
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
J. Q. CUiYlMINGS
HIKItl.TIIIN eNOINet'K
IIOHINION ANO PROVINCIAL LIND \
SUPVEVOR
:ls
Tel. No. H3
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F. M. TIACPHBRSON
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Ave., next to City Ilnll
Day I'lione 289
Niirl.l rin.iu- :SMt
J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.   C.  land  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    ■     B. C.
Askfor Halcyoa LITHIA WATER
For Inmily u*e tliere i» notliing
bo wliole»*ome nml no pure a*
HALCYON I.ITIIIA WATER
SOLO AT ALL BARS
IT'S BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS
•* /
W. R. Bctlr, r'lineral lUrMlo.
Cnnlmntk II C.
Phono 8-10
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
tUIERMIV   AND   PRIVATE   MIRSI.NU
'I'itihh on Application,
MHS. A. SALMON.
I'Iiiiiii- 2.V.I Mnlriiii.
1*. 11, llox 846   Armstrong Avo
DENTISTRY
H. E. HALL,  I). D. S.
Crown nml Itriilpi Work
n M|ic.'i;i!iv
OOooovof 1*. I'nrk« llnrilwnri'
BtoTO, llnki-r Slnil
Phono No. '.".in
DE VERE  HUNT
INBURANOB ANO  REAL  KUTATK
AiiENI'
Van   Horn.'  Slreel     [oppOtlte   |lr|mt)
FRANK DEZALL
I'.it ni'*. ii (nil ntoi:k of
DEERINC M0WER8 AND
RAKES
nml
MCCORMICK MOWERS
Repair, lor above alvray*
in stock
Electric Restorer for Men
IMioanhonol imMm ***iyn.i.. i« the in.lv
aixl Ml.'I'l,.  i'leMalufe dr.av anil atl.e.ual
 » «lll
ii.,.i ynu a npw man. Pile. f*.l>ua."i '*" lot
in. Mallr-I I'i anv a,Ml..I. *»• enk.ll Dnf
..'.., H. UIMla, OM.
Pot Mle tt IVntltls-llvrphy Co., I.II. THB   OIIANBBOOK   HERALD
THE  UNIVERSAL CAR
You can't get beyond the
domain of "The Winged-
Pyramid". The world over
you'll find Ford service stations near at hand—a distinct
Ford advantage. And a reason why you should place an
early order for one of the
seventy-five thousand new
Fords to be sold this season.
All Koriln nro inotlul T'b nil iilikf exoopt
tin- botllos. Tin* two piissongor mntibout
oosts $776—tlio livr piiBsongor toni-iiiK
our $800 tho dolivory mr $875 thu
town onrSl loo f.o.h. wnlkarvillo, I Int.,
complotely oniilppQil. C-itnlop-tte from
Kuril Motor Company, of Ciininln, lino
Itai, Wnlkorvlllo, (Int., or ICootonny
tlunib.1' Compnny, Alt.-iiIh, Urmibrook,
lit'.
LOCALS
MR. AUTOMOBILE
OWNER
Have you had our Prices on
GASOLENE?
If not, do not lose a day more,
but get them at once. We
can save you in two ways—
in the price and by giving you
the best quality*.
GREASES.   HARD  OILS.   ETC.
CRANBROOK TRADINC CO.
LIMITED
The People's Store
j We Have the Goods;
* —•———
I     Hose Screens
Screen Doors
Freezers   Refrigerators
See the
"MONARCH" RANGE
The Best Made
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook B. C.        Phone 5
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VIC, ROLLINS, Mir*
Phone : Boymour 70.10
Granville
Palace Hotel
IH il.l.lSs BROS., Proprietor-,
1221 Granville Street
VANCOUVER      -       B. C.
Turn linnilri'il I'li'nanlly fnrnislii'il rooms.    Kvrry modern
ponvonlenoe,  Elerator tervtos, C»fo in connection. Rooms
$1.00 |M-r day nml iipwnnls.
t'pi'oiintry viBitora lo tlm Terminal City will Iiml every
convenience nml eoiiifnrt nl tlie Dranrille Pnliice, h|ktuiI
attention being (wiil to tlieir wnnla.
M. Phillipps was <!u\vn rrom Klko
llir first of flic week,
\ (luliglrk-e was burn tn Mr. and
Mrs. N. Slu'iii, nf fins city, Tuesday
May lltli.
J Robr-rioon, i'i'.It. resident en
*;lneer, lias been Iranslcrred in Calgary, with   liis assistant, Mr. Grace.
Tne barber shop in connection witli
tin- Cosmopolitan hotel lias been
moved tn Bullock'e shop on      Cran.
brook street.
tt t.STKIl.-.
good general servant,
Appl)   Mis
li. Murray, Fenwick,
avonue.
20-lt
II. .1. Ilicka, BUrvityoi ("i the water commission, was in town during
tin- week. Mr. UleMt is t-iiniiKffl in
cuccklng "|i all watt*i reei nis, int*-
|)iiiiitiii> in iln- vial, ol Un* nmiims
mini Mi .1. !•'. i\nnRtrong will, he
li.'ii- nu Saturday from Victoria.
Qolng out ol wall paper business
Choice stock must be disposed of at
uny |iritc.~-H. II. Short. Ll-tl
Wi rk was i'i'stimi-.(l this weeM ul U»
Cranlirook Brick company's yards.
Orders arc plentiful, including n large
number Irom outside points. Some
fifteen men hit employed ai present,
whieli mini Ik* r will ho largely Increased later on.
E. II. Small came in frum Windermere on Tuesday in his motor ear,
(Winging with lum a party uf Enjtlsli
ladies, who have been lucking over
tin- country fti invest mints. Yesterday Mr. It. K. Beattle took tho ladies out tn St. Mary's Prairie to see
some *>f tho fine land there open lor
purchase.
KOR SALE.-Eggs for hatchiog
from pure S. 0. W. Leghorns; heavy
laying strain. No. 1 pen, $1.50 per
dozen, $1.50 per 100. No. 2 pen,
$1.00 per dozen, $7.50 per 100. Apply S. ■!■ Harrison, Wardncr, British
Columbia. H-St
W. II. Shim, the Wasa mining man,
has been in town this week. Mr.
Shira reports work underway nn
some of bis properties ami looks lur
waul to greatly Increased mining activity once the K.C.It. is completed.
O. M. Appleton, nf fiat ■•wuy, was
in town this week. Mr. Appleton Ts
tin* expert horticulturist on Ute
Hurlingham estate. He reports
greal activity iu that section, new
;t*iilcrs coming in and building operations beinir rushed.
A meeting ut business men Look
place on Tuesday evening to consider
the question ol closing up on Wednesday afternoons Uirought ui the
summer months. There was a diversity of opinion and no definite action
was token. Another meeting, at
which representatives nf the business
men and the Retail Clerks' oMOda-
tlon, will be present, will be held
Friday evening, when some arrangement for thc summer months will
HMj  !»' arrived at.
Wall papers slaughtered in order to
rinse out. Any price lakes them.—
B. II. Short. 11-tf
Local delegates to the Conservative
nominating convention at Nelson,
which assembles today, lift yesterday
afternoon, among them were .1. ■"
Kink, ff. \ Rollins, Ira Manning, T
T McVittie, i A H Draco and others-
Including a bunch from Pernio, wear*
ing Bonnell badges So far as can be
gathered It will M R. K. Glyph lor
Kootenay, practically by unanimous
votes None nt thc delegates appeared to be willing to make a stand
foi b Kootenay man, .ill Inclined to
ihe opinion ilia1, the McBride machine wanted "Hob" and -Hob" It
musi be
Knit SAI.K-Small safe and National total adding cash* relator, te-
glfttertng from 5c, to $7.00, Apply
I:   ll   llrnwn. city. UMt
Tin- annual sale of purebred bulls
will Ih held at Lacombc nn Wednesday, Mai 39l)|. 11 affords .,n excelled! opportunity tot anyone in
need of a purebred bull to Inspect a
number of animals at one time and
place, with tbi* chances very much
in fa.in nl finding au animal to his
liking. Bulls |Mirrbas,il at thc sab
an* shipped by the Vlberta Catth
Breeders' association lo Ute purchaser's nearest rallwa) station in Alberta fm 13.00 pei head Arrangement* bavo also been made with the
C.P.R. to sell return tickets to l.a-
Cotnbc at a tan and a third on the
day of     the sale and previous day.
Mayor A. C, Bowness returned last
Saturday from a visit to Toronto,
I lam H ton, Montreal and his old home
In P.E.I, Asked resordlng his observations whilst im tour, the mayor
said that tbe one thing that Impressed him mosi forcibly was     the
infinite superiority of the ('renfirook
climate over all other eastern brands
lie found business, speaking generally, in a very nourishing condition in
the east Everywhere attention is
being directed towards British Columbia, and ihe mayoi overlooked no
ipportunlty of Impressing upon autn
enters that KaM hootenay was the.
■'.anlni spot nf Ihis fail province.
man
MUSE OF DRINK
(Hy Maud Garbutt!,
I have lieen a member ol tlie Woman's Christian Tern iterance l mon
lor twenty-five years. The line of
argument many temperance workers
make today as tho cause ol poverty,
1 used to make myself. They say that
if ihe workingman would keep away
from the saloon and quit drinking, he
and his family would have He necessities of life, if not its tomforts.
Thev cite specific cases and then draw
from  .<
their own general conclu
few isolated facts.
"There's Ml Smith's family."
says a W.C.T I member, ' In destitute circumstances Mi - Smith
drunk the greater pari ul tho time,
sn ihat he cannol keep a i"h when he
gets mir " " Vnd there's Mr. Brawn,
my nexl door nctghll >i ■" exclaims
another white rtbhouer, "his wife and
children objects ol oharilj because ho
spends liis time ami monej in the saloon."
I heard one of our promlnenl state
temperance workers say hut a short
time ago, speaking ol the army of
children working in Uu* COllDli mills
Of thc south, Ihat it their fathers
would keep sober ai.d go lo work,
child labnr would ivasc
Now, what arc the real fads in the
ease? Is intemperance the immediate
cause of poverty, or, on the other
band, does poverty largely act as a
cause, in producing Intemperance.'?
Ami today under the present Industrial system, an- not a large proportion of the workers poor, even though
total abstainers'''
Two things are absolutely essential
for a working man to havo the no*
cessities of life. Kirst, work to do,
and second, large enough wages to
meet the needs of himself and family.
If be is employed only a part of the
time and his wages are low, poverty
must as a matter of fact follow
whether be drinks ot u< t -
In the year 1003, Carroll It. Wright
gives the percentage of those unemployed during some portion of the
year as 10.8 per cent. (See iKIb annual labor report, page 12). The census of looo placed it iu round numbers at H,lUK,f)Rt, or 22.8 per em, uf
the total. II wc bad the figures for
tlie year just ended, we would Iiml
thnii largely in excess ni those quoted" above, owing to the panic, which
came like a <lap of Ihuuder out of a
clear sky, in the midst of what wc
were told was ''unprecedented prosperity."
Commissioner    Wright   enumerates
some of the causes of idleness as follows:
Kstablishmcnts closed   . . . "iti.llt. p.c.
Sickness  23.05 p.c.
Strikes   2.H7 p.c.
Accidents 1.66 p.c.
prunkenness "2ii p.c.
Krom this report, simply a fraction
of I per cent of tla* idleness among
workingmen is caused from Intemperance, comparatively a small proportion arises from strikes, but the
shun ing down of mills, factories.
mines and other industries, causes!
over one-halt of the idleness, while
the large per cent of sickness as a
cause is largely attributable in n
disregard, to a erimiml extent, ofl
the employers of labnr to the health
of their employees
Less than i per cent of the appalling total nf idleness which exists iu
this country can Im* charged to thc
working class.
Now let us glance briefly at* the
wages paid and see if they are commensurate with the needs ni thc
worker ami his family.
Under the. present system of capitalism it is tn the interests of the
employing class to have a large army
of the unemployed pitied against tin*
employed. This competition fot a
chance to work minimizes wages, by
making labnr a commodity In the
market, its price governed by the
law nf supply ami demand. At least
one-fourth «f the working class employed get no more than ten dollars
per week loi iheir labor. Periods of
unemployment, which occur to most
nl them, cut tins amount down In the
course of the year,    fn the majority
of cases 20 to 25 per cent of these
wages must ■*..■ for rent, leaving from
six to seven dollars a weak for    the
living expenses ..f a family if three or
four m more Does it lonk as if
these poorly paid Workers, if the*,
were only thrifty and frugal and left
drink .ilmn, would keep the wolf
Irom the door"*
If the sab on- weie all closed and
lhc people all total abstainers, the
pall of poverty Would still bang over
the home of the working man. because nf bts enforced Idleness at
times and    the poor   wages paid for
his labor
It is a fact that nil careful students of social conditions today recognize that Intemperance. as it exists
among the poor, is more truly the result of poverty than lhc cause Pro-
fesmr Richard G. K.ly says'
"We should never forget the temptations to Intemperance which lie in
ihe character ot the toll of many laborers? Kong hours are regarded hy
competent authorities ns a cause
which predisposes to the use ol intoxicants. Thu strain of work by
the side ol rapidly moving machinery
on thi* nervous system is anothei
predisposing cause nf intemperance
which has attracted serious attention."
Vrauet* R. Willanl uM'
"Under the searchlight of know,
ledge In these lal ter days it is folly
for us longer to Ignore the mighty
power of poverty d induce evil habits of every kind Ii was only our
Ignorance of tlte condition of the Industrial classes that magnified a
single propaganda and minimized
every other, so that the tomperanco
people, in earlier days, believed that
if men and women wen* temperate all
i titer material good would follow In
the train ol that great grace.
"The only way to have a suiter
people is to strike at the root ol the
evil which causes Inebriety. Poverty,
long hours nt" labor, the nerve-strain
under which men toll, the anxiety
from the insecurity of thelt Jobs, remove all these; and In a short time
tlie demand fnr a stimulant would
cease and drunkenness would be unknown "
Fit-Reform Suits have the New-
English Shoulders.
NATURE'S SCALP TONIC,
Mai'lu-ia, Nature's Scalp Tonic,
ciiiitains one ingredient that supplies
nourishment lo thc hair mot, one
Hint till:, the dandrufl germ, ami:
another that puts life and lustre into the hair, I'-ai-li. package contains a
packet ol Maetielu Dry Shampoo Powder. Price lor complete home treatment, 11.00' Sold and guaranteed hy
the I'ranbrook Drug and Book t'o.
They make ■ man look trim and
clean-cut — put vim and vigor
into his appearance.
Fit-Reform patterns carry out the
English trend of fashion because
the Suits are made of English
Worsted, English Tweeds, English
Flannels and English Serges.
The making it wholly Canadian —
Fit-Reform tailoring from (tart to
finish.
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS     HEREBY   11IVF.N
Ihat ihiriy days alter dale, I intend
in apply to tlio Chlel Commissioner
rn* Lands and to Uie Assistant Commissioner ol Lands lor tile District
,,f Kast Kootenay [or a license lo
prospect lor coal ami pet roleum on
the lollowlng ilescrihed laud, situate
on (lie 'North Fork ol Michel I'lcck,
nboul six mills ninth i.i tlie Canadian Pacific Railroad, ami lying between the Mclnnes Group ami tlte
Crows Nesl Pass Coal Company's
laud:
Commencing at a posl pluntrd at
II. T. French's S. Vi enter, same
lieing Hie initial post ol It, Coving-
Ion's claim, and marked "It. Covington's S. Iv cnri.er." llicnco sn
eliains nortii, thence HO eliains west.
thence so eliains soJtli, thence so
chains easl to place ot hcginuitii;.
containing 840 acres, more or less.
It. Covington, Locator.
Batice Latih'roux, Agent.
Located April 17th, 1012.
®mvm
McCREERY   BROS.
w.
WATER NOTICK.
KOR A LK'KNSK TO STORK OR
PKN BACK WATER,
Notice is hereby Riven that Peter
Luml. ot Cranhrook, B.C., will apply
(or a license to stow or pen back
tilu acre-feet of water from Little
Hull River, a stream flowing in a
southerly direction and emptying into the Kootenay River on Lot 4838,
(lump One, Kast Koolenay. The water will be stored by means of tv nam
to he built at the nortii line of subdivision 7 of Lot 318 and will be
usitl for ni iiiaiion purposes as applied for under a notice of applies-'
turn for a license to take and use
water, posted herewith, on the land
described as sub-divisior.s 2 and 7 of
Lol 313, (iroup One, Kast Koolenay.!
This notice was posted on the
ground on tlw nh day of May. 1«12. (
Tin- application will In* iileif in the
office of the Water Recorder at (Tan-1
brook, B.C. j
Objections may In- liletl with      the
said Water   Recorder i,r with       thej
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parllamenl Buildings, Vicloria, B.C.
I'eter Lund, Applicant
hy P. W. Burgess, Agent   20-4
kl
SPRING CLEANING
It it its best ■ hard proposition.   Let us
help you by sendinf our Urge
Vacuum
Cleaner
With an experienced operator
Call us up and have a talk about it
Davis Bros. Electric Co.
LIMITED
Everything in Electrical Equipment
CRANBROOK AND FERNIE
Jk
;;  cranbrook
:: kindergarten:
H.lilin Carmen'. Hall
;; i..um, ». Mr*.«. a. RtcmvEFT I;
Certificated Teacher f-om
London School Board
Hi'iira    Hit,, 1U . m [ a to 4 |. m
/■Hum. ft.il P. O. BOX I|:IS
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ffflffli?ffll8l8IBiBiaiL^rS'iB'Sr5^,&^^'?'*i
I Best Dentistry
I at
I Reasonable Prices
r>J
I For tlie next -IU iluys I
| will give a li-n |*-r cent.
■-. ilisi'iiunt on nil work it
\ ymi liring this nnnontice-
(B men I.
I
Dr. L. S. Eastman
a A 4 Zaigler Hloek
fk     ■*»  K. corner fUvmldl nnd Howard
I      SPOKANE, WASH.
e.EEE'iie.iiSisa's.'a'a'a'aiaBBrajasi
jut, *>'*> i® « • .«"t *.S-t s®
I East Kootenay      |
I Butcher Co. ®
® ®
MEAT MARKET        •
ii w
e
Dealers In ®
Fresh nml Cured <-,)
Meats. '.)
  •
Poultry, lianiu an I Fisli   (•)
iu Season. ®
BI
HIVE   IIS   A   TKIAI.
East Kootenay     I
Butcher Co. *
The Old P. Wood's
Business.
Grief and Worry
drain the nervous system with
disheartening rapidity. Lack
of interest, lack of appetite and
insomnia result
The first step towards recovery
lies in rebuilding the worn out
nerve fibres, which can best 1«
done with Lecithin, the form of
Phosphorus required for nerve
repair.
'Asaya-Neurall**"
THE     NEV/     REMEDY     r O*
Nervous Exhaustion
contains Lecithin (concentrated
from thousands of eggs) and
makes possible this cure.
It feeds the nerves, induces
sleep, quickens the appetite, aids
digestion, ami soon restores full
nerve vitality. The liem-fiti.il
effects ire evident almost from the
first dose.
BBATTIR-MORPHY CO.
1 irnyKUits.
Cranbrook, fi, C
Iia.i- H I..I..R C"   -','- Mfr.   MmtrMf.
Win. ih.m I , fi.. !•- k
Xali.uMion.
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•   THE •
«     Columbian     •
• »
*, ia s (uarintcad pulley. That it, a)
*j -itiat.cti.iii i* guaranteed in evtr* «v
^ respect,  The
I Nelson Iron Works J
,£ LIMITIO        ft
^ llti an aver lncr«aiing adult. _
^ Write ilirin for |.»rtirtil*to
SUTTON'S SEEDS FOR 1912
FLOWER. VEGETABLE. AND FAlfl SEEDS.
Import***) in thf OftjdBal ••>»I«J ---trk-'ta
from Stilton k Son*, tbi- Ktog'■ Sndimm,
Ken-dint*. E'.tfl..r.-!    .-• :.-i for i-aihloitw*.
A. J. WOODWARD. Sole Agent
Ml* GrauTiM-- St.. Vnr-'injT^r. Abo Victoria
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
a nevTand
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN]
A *u . Iin, ejuippe-l Cite at rao It*rati*
prir-ti
Rate* 11.00 ami up per lay
Corner of Howard St. ami Front A«.
Onr but mwti all trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
raopBiiT'iKii
JABOB 00ETZ, President
HARRY F. BAER. Secretary
a-tf
New, Dry
Tamarac Wood
For Sale
Cut in lengths to suit.
Apply to
R. S. McNeil
PHONE :ilc
THE HUME
Nctoon'i Leiding Hotel
Rooms with Bath*.   'Plion. in
a.aryroom
fJarlier Bliopon the preinia*..
Thorook-lilr up-tonlaie.
Rates, $2.00 ■ day and up.
t(Kt). P. WKM.H, Proprietor
B. TllMKIN, Manager II)
THB URANBHOOK HERALD
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS -- PLAY WAGON AND
WHEELED VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS
Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema
Since the old-lashioni'd theory ol
cuiinB eczema through the lilooil hu
been given up hy scientists, many dll-
tctent salves have been tried, tur skin
diseases. But it has been found that
tliese salves only clog Ihc pores and
cannot penetrate to tlie inner skin below the epidermis whero the eczema
germs are lodged.
This—the quality o! penetrating—
probably explains tho tremendous success ol thc well known liquid cc/.cmaj
remedy, oil ot wintorgrccn, thymol,'
glycerine, etc., as compounded in l'-l
li. II. Proscription. |
We have   sold    other
FOR MOTHER - House Cleaning Time is Here
fiLCES7kAT
Jell The \/mi£
Story.
Bissell
ie daily drudgery of sweep-
witll a corn brobtn with its
s uf dust uud buck-breakitijf
will prematurely age auy
Tlie use of a
"Cyeo"
BALL
BEARING
sweeper    will   conserve   ymir
strength and by confining all
tlie germ-laden dust within the
sweeper case, will aid in preserving the health uf the entire family.
Vim can procure a high-grade Bissell
for £2.75 which will outlast forty corn
brooms costing from $12.00 to ,$15.00
Cranbrook
Co-Operative
Stores
Ltd.
BY-ELEGTION POLLS
biisiiiLiis,   but rt-prew'ntei.    "Parker'
Continuous   Process" for the makin
-  ■ * nf matches, au invention thai is des
RETURNING OFFICER RlcMORRIS lha.a    t„   revolutionize   thc   matt*
TO ISSUE PROCLAMATIONS
SHORTLY.
skin troubles but none tbat we can
recommend us highly as this lot we
know that D.D.I), stops the itch al
once.
Of course other druggists have D
D.l). Prescription—go to them If you
can't come to us—but don't accept
some big profit substitute.
But it you come to our store, we
can U'll you all about D.D.D. Prescription and how it cures eczema, because we have hail the agency lor so
long.
Or you    can get a free trial bottle
hy writing tliu    IUM). Laboratories,
| l!l    Colhournu  St.,   Toronto, Ont.—
remedies lor Cranbrook Drug and Hook Co.
fully simple
at work.
match making machine den, came
lhe tormei
HOME IILEJIIEUII
ASQUITH BILL PASSES SECOND
READING WITH INCREASED
MAJORITY.
mere. 'I In) w
In attend the
inlc convention,
town on Tuesday, in
lotot car Irom Winder
eie en route to Nelson
Conservative luumnnt-
Lii-Mlon. May lo.—The govern ment
carried the Home Rule bill on lt«
second reading in tlie house of ootn-
moiis lust night by a majority ol
101, as against 91 for tlte first reading.     The vote was 372 to 271.
ll was Uie most largely attended
house ol the present parliament, Doth j.
sides had done their utmost to secure every available vote. Mr. lial-
fniir, former opposition fcader, and
Mr. Churchill, first lonl of tlie admiralty, returned from Weymouth to
be present.
The announcement of the figure
showing nn Increased majority, occasioned enthusiastic ilemonstratlo
on the government side, ami th
prime minister received a great ovation from the crowd outside on leav
ing thc house with his wife and
daughter.
The bill was referred to a committee of the whole house, hut a
Home Rule and Welsh Disestablish
ment arc being taken concurrently,
will now be the turn of the Wcls'
bill. The committee stage of th
Home Rule bill is not expected to b
reached until Whitsuntide and prob
ably will occupy a couple nt .months
even with lil>eral application of tli
closure rules, as the opposition is
preparing an endless list ot
menls and wilt adopt every possifbl*
means lo obstruct lhe measure,
M. Phillipps was down from Klko
lliis week. The veteran Iruit grower
was looking hale and hearty and, if
possible, was mon; enthusiastic tbun
ever over the. possibilities of his section [rt the country.
The grounds back of the government H-iilding are being rapidly got
into good shape for all kinds ot athletic sports, Mightly the lacrosse
enthusiasts may bc seen there in
go numbers practicing.
FOU SALK.-Tiirkt
ohing, %'.\Mi a dozen.
Brcnnan.
y eggs tor hat-
Apply Mrs. .1.
20-1 f
Harold Darling nas returned trom a
business trip to the prairie provinces, lie will he severing his connection with the Luml Land and Development company this week end
when be fioes Into partnet*ip with
Mr. P. DeVerc Hunt.
M. McEachcrn, clerk ot the works
at the new post office, has received
from Ottawa plans and specifications
of the interior fixtures, including all
furnishings, etc., which can bo seen
hy any person interested upon ftppll
ation to Mr. McKachcrn.
making industry uf the World.
Tlw    sole ownership   of     this nc\
—• {match making process, tor tbe Dom-
Proclamatlons giving May :io as inion id Canada, has been purchased
the date lur nominations uud .tunc by the Dominion Match company,
20 tor polling, in tbe event of a con- Limited; ot B.C., and a factory is
test, in the forthcoming bye-elecllon'now being erected at Sappcrton with
wiil in* Issued shortly bj Capt. 1>. C, arrangements made with the C.P.R.
McMorrls, of Nelson, returning offi* B.C.E. aud G.N.Il. for laying tracks
cer. The number of polling places is in lhe factory buildings.
139. lly provincial rulings the poll- nIL. Dominion Match Company
nu' places are: Ltd.,   owns   and has    tbe exclusiv
Cranbrooh riding—Yahk, Movie,1, j,,',- tu ltst. (ur the Dominioo oi
Cranbrook (five IkoIIib); Marys.ilie, Canada, u now process of mauutuc-
Kiraberley, Fort Steele, Fort Steele luring matches, known as the
Junction, Wasa, WatUburg, Benedlc Parker Continuous Process, by Uie
Siding, Wardner, Wycllfle, Klngegatr,■,-*.■ 0I which a wide variety ot cheap
St. Eugene Mission, Crotlicr's Mi.I r,,w material, such as aider, hem
Leash and Johnson's Alill. |lm-k,   cotunwootl,   fir and     spruce
Columbia   rMIng—Windermere,
aimer, Wilmer,   Galena, Oolden,
W. R. Beatty is erecting a build*
I ing un his Fenwick avenue property
| to be used as a photograph gallery.
[ On Monday next at 1ft a.m. Mr. A.
■i-h.'iid | (- Xelson will hold a court ut revi
sion under the Provincial Flections
Acl for the revision of Cranbrook
district voters' list.
NHSTIC MINERS
ELECTION     OK   OFFICERS   FOR
F.NSl'INt! YEAR - DALLAS,
TEXAS, MECCA FOU l'.lll.
FOR SALE.-Oold Coin and llovco
Seed Potatoes; prlco ta.tsr, pet hundred   Ilia.—Munrml   Wigen,    Wynndtl
B.C. m-2t
I
SUFFERED
Ath-
Pal-j
Hill, Beaver-
Briscoe,    Mc*
User, Kieltl, Ttumit
mouth, Roger's Pas
Miirtlti
Fernie riding— Kast    Wardnei.
fray,  Klku, Morrissey Junction,
Creek,   Kemie,   (four booths); Kernic
West,    Hosmer,    spar wood,    Michel,
Crows    Nest,    New    Michel, Corbin
Baynes,    Waldo,     Krag,
Gateway.
Kaslo riding—A Ins woi th, Kaslo
(two booths); Whitewater, Lardo,
Poplar, Gcrrard, Trout Lake, Fergu
son. Silver Cup Mine, Riondel, Crawford, Mirror Lake, Argon ton, Queen's
Bay, Howser.
Nelson olty—Five booths.
Revelstoke liding—ItCetsloke (3
booths); Big Brad (Rlohard'a Cabin)
Big Bend (Petersen's Ranch);j Alber
Canyon, Glacier, Wigwam, Twenty-
Four Mile Board, Halls bantling, \r
mwliead, Comaplix, Boston, Cam
borne, Galena Bay, St. U-on.
Rossland city—Five booths,
Slooan riding—Km h's Skiing. Slo
can, Sllverton. New Denver, Rosober-
ry, Sandoti, Ntible Five Mine, Three
Forks, McGuigmi, Nakusp, Burton,
DeM Park, Rnterprlie Mine, Apple-
dale.
Ymir riding—Kairview, Ymir, Sal-
mo, Salmo (Queen Mine), Erie, Arlington Mine, Kruil vale, Saywnrd
Trail (two booths), Castlegar, West-
fey, China t'r.vk. Granite, P. De-
vines, slocan Junction, Bdgewood,
Needles, Willow point, Harrop, Ko-
kanw, Proctor, Qreys Creek, Itykerts.
Sirdar. Creston. Kiteluncr, Krickson
Thrums, Arrow -Park, Boswell,
Koch's Siding.
is now being    made available       (or
manufacturing     match sticks;, mater
ials     which can be obtained (or
mere    traction of the cost of    whit
•''*[' pine,   now     being used by tbe      eld
Ooal die methods; and by tho use o(     the
cheap    raw materials, and tb.- labor
saving features of tlie process,     tb
ist ol    manufacturing safeties, par
The thirty-eighth annual convention
of the imperial Shrine, came to       a With    BillioUSflCSS    and    Sick
close last week ut Los Angebs, with HCfldflChe.
t'he selection of    Dallas, Texas,      as 	
the 1913 mecca, the election of Ernest 0. Cutis ut Savannah, Ga., as
Imperial Outer Guard and tin- ad-
ningham, of Baltimore, at tlie bead
of llie .Shriners as Imperial I'oten-
I vanccment of the other imperial officials which placed William J. Cun-
ialc*
Following are tli-* new Imperial of-
flicers: William .1. Cunningham, Baltimore, Md., imperial potentate; Wil-
liatu W. Irwin,   Wheeling W. Ya.; de- ««*■   *m*    "J   "•/ W*1At*
Improved.    1 have just finished    tho
B. Smith,   Rochester, N-Y
Calgary, Alberta, July 8, Mil.
I was a great sufferer for a long
time wilb Billiousness, Sick Headache
and Liver Trouble. Nothing seemed
to do me any good. I had almost
given np iu despair when I decided to
, try
FIG PILLS
After   taking about   ;<alt a box     tbe
Flagstone, ], rs .lfii\ double-dipped matches is re
dticcd, approximately, 50 per cent. ,
By a continuous process is mean j
a mechanical device which receive !
tlte material in one end and linisln*
the perfect match at the oilier, with
continuous operation, performed
automatically and mechanically without any labor whatever. These mach
incs ate the most marvelous in-en
tion of the agf- Their revolutionary,
i'fleet can hardly be appreciated. Tlw
veneer strips are ted into Uie machine al one end. where it is cut
Into match sticks and driven into
continuous travelling chains at tbe
same operation, where tliey are se*
curely held until finished, ami finally,
i- in -I automatically injected Into th
different si/cd cardboard \nne» to
lun'l the retail demand, without be
um touched by hand from tbe tlm
the match splint Is rut until it is
completely finished. Tbe value id this
machine can In- realized in a measure when you take into ennsitleia
linn tbo fact that Mu* very cheapest
law   material obtainable is to        be
used in manufacturing match splints,
DEMONSTRATION     OF
FJCS   CONTINUOUS PRO-
CESS" IN THIS CITY.
PARK
Irwin,
mny   imperial    ,„.,„!'.,,. Frrforio* ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^     ,
eliiel rabbin;   .1. II. I'ulnnm Stevens, "?" k'flil-'' n"™"""*"* vif >m» '0'
Portland, Maine,     Imperial assistant «*""""'   ™*   llv«    troublcs.--Mr..
-*•*   Mary I-.ll.son.
'   Sold   at all   dealers in   25 and 50
rabbin; IL K. Nlcdrlnghaup, jr
Louis, Mo., imperial high priesl nnd
prophet} Charles K. Ostenshlre, Min*
tenshlrc, Minneapolis, Mian., imperial Oriental guide; William S. Brown,
Pittsburg, Pa., imperial treasurer;
Buiiamin W. Rowell, Boston, imperial recorder; Ellas J. Jacob!, Indianapolis, imi, imperial first ceremonial master; W, Krieland Kcml-
rick, Philadelphia, imperial second
ceremonial masters Ellis L. Garret-
son, Tacoma, Wash., Imperii! marshal; Wiliatn J. Matthews, New
York City, imperial captain ol the
guard, Ernest A. Cutis, Savannah,
Ga., imperial outer guard,
nt boxes or mailed by The Fig Pill
Co., St. Thomas, Ont.
Sold by The Cranhrook Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
i >
I You Don't Need a Glass
THE WATER ACT.
NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION
FOU FINAL LICENSE UNDER
PART XI. TO CLEAR HULL
RIVER, IN EAST KOOTENAY.
W ffffTTffVff'Fff
To sec the VALUES in our
|| Summer Hats and Furnishings
PERHAPS we do price
our goods a little higher
than others do, but our
reputation for selling
ONLY reliable, GUARANTEED merchandise
is too VALUABLE to
risk on cheap goods in
order to meet a price. We believe most every one
prefers dependable wares at a fair price rather than
quantity regardless ot quality.
We handle NO GOODS that we are afraid of.
We Guarantee Everything
Quality always
Guaranteed
See our
Men's Window
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NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Ihiriy days alter dale, 1 intend
to apply to tire CMel Commissioner
ul Lamls ami to tlie Assistant Commissioner ol Lamls tor tlie District
nl East Kootenay lor a license to
prospect lor coal and petroleum on
tlie Inllowing described land, situation the North Fork of Michel Creek,
ali.mt six miles north ol tin- Canadian Pacific Railroad, and lying between the Mclnnes Group and tho
Crows Nest I'ass Coal Company's
land:
Commencing at a post planted   one
mile nortii ol a    Point one mile east
ol tne   intersection ot the cast    side
line ol thc   Mclnnis Group and     the
north side line ol tta Crows      Nest
Pass Coal Company's land, said post
being tbc   initial post ol It. 11. Bel-i
den's claim and marked "II.   O. Bcl-|
den's   N.   E.    corner,"    thenci'   80
chains   south, thenee 811 chains west,1
thence 80   chains north, tbenoe     80
clniM    east to   place ol beginning.!
containing 010 acres, more or less.
R. G. llcldm, Locator.
118111* Lameroux, Agent.
Located April 17th, 1012.       20-H'
TOWN TOPICS
FOR s.i.e.—A hone, coming lou
vr.ils ,|,|.  Applj  -I.  Illinn,lii.     20 ll'
Work aas been ri-suim-,1 on the
Aurora mine, Moyle, untlei llio super'
vision ol Hum Dfmock,
Mrs.    George SIi.|iIiiiisiiii WII
Kngluiid lust week, going by way
Rogtna, where alio   will \isii lor
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
lhal tlie llrilish Columbia Southern
Railway Company intends to apply
in the Lieutenant Governor in Council, Victoria, llrilish Columbia, lor a
iitiul licenso under purl XI. ot tbc
Water Acl, HUM, and Amending
\'i\ In cleat   and remove obstacles
I i    Hull River, in East Kootumy. |
fm ilia- put-pun of making the sume
in bu lulling and driving log*. I
Tlu- maps und plans and particulars'
ol thr   proposed Improvements    uml
j untks   have lieen bled wilb tbe Chief
[or. Water Commissioner, nt Vlotorla,
ol British Columbia, within 20 days
a'alter tbi- Ural publication ol this
I notice. I
Dated al Cranhrook, llritish t'o-
tho liunblii, tho nth day ot February,
Ibc  Mill
Vi. F. Gurd, I
2u-lit Solicitor lor Ihc Applicant
'•I'.i.Mnl by     the very cheapest lali
or obtainable nnd lieing converted bf, short while.
tho mechanical   devices o[ Ihc cheap-1 i      ■
est   construction possible;  these com |    Mrs.  Neslie will tie ut liome
binalions   produce a basis ol     cost fourth Saturday   ovening during
lor lhe   manufactured     articles that summer months from  8 o'clock until
cannot be lowered. I 10.
F. M. Illake and II. Proctor      ar                           ^—.
hero rcprcsciillnei the Dominion Match!    WANTED—A cook. Apply Mrs.   F
Company,   and    they Invite   clti«r.s W. Green, eily. 20-tt
generally lo examine tlw process. | i
They are prepared lo sell stock in A sitting of the supreme courl wtl llu.1 Ibe general annual mooting of
lhc company to those desirous of In- bo Im-IiI in this city mi Tuesday, May tho shareholders ot tbc Sicloty Girl
vestinn1 imt their special obieol is to 28th. Mr. .lusliir Clomenl will Mining Co., Ltd., will bo held al the
demonstrate the cheapness ol       ths probably preside. j Company's olliee, Moyie, B.C., at    2
new system, which will revolulionlr. |   o'clock p.m. on the 12th day ot .lunc,
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ihat thirty days alter date, I intend'
In apply to thc Chiel Commissioner
of Lands and to tlie Assistant Com- j
missioner ol Lands lor the District'
ol East Kootenay lor a license to
prospect lor coal and petroleum on
thc lollowlng described land, situate
on tlw North Fork ol Michel Creek,
■bout six miles north ol Uto Canadian Pacific Railroad, und lying between the Mclnnes Group and the
Crows Nest I'ass Coal Company's
land:
Colnmclieing at a I'"*' planted at
It. G. Ileldi-n's N. K. corner, same
lieing tlie Initial posl ol A. E. M'ay-
I.mil's claim, and marked "A. E.
Waylond's N. W. corner," tliencc 80
/h.iins south, thence 80 eliains cist, |
Ihence 80 chains north, thcoec WI
chains west to place ol beginning,
containing 640 acres, more or less
A. E. Wayiand, Locator
Bailee Lameroux, Agent.
I.oealed April 17th, 1012.       2H-H*
NOTICE.
NOTICE     IS    HEREBY   GIVEN
The Herald man, on his rounds
this week was uttraclisl lo the Kootenay Orchard ohlces by n glimpse ol| the match making industry in Can | II. Parsons, ex M.I..A lor I'olum I A.D, 1012, tor the purpose of electing
a strange looking machine, and h» ado, and, in view ol the constant Iiiu. passed through lown yesterday, Directors lor the year 1012, ami the
wondered what new dovloo Mr. Rob- ami enormous demand lor matches, on his way to at lend tin- Conserva- transaction ol all such other bust-
insoii bad installed lo interest inves-'will assure a relatively large prollt live nomination convention nl Nel- ness as may come belore the mecl-
lors in lus dudes fruit lauds.     I'ikiii to the nuuiiitarlurcrs. son. Ing,
enquiry the scribe was informed that    It is    well worth unyone's     while —.                                               J. E, Desaujiiicr, Sec.
the mechanical derioes   wen- in    no to drop Into tlw oflloes nl thc Koote- Harold   Foster, M.I..A. lot i'olum-   Dated ibis    llth day ol May. A.D.
way connected     wllh Ihe real eslale nay    Oichards und   sec this wonder bin ami Captain    Armstrong, ol Ool- 1012                                            J0-lt
Big Values
AT THE
Men's Wear Sale
Save from $5.00 (o $7.50 on a
Suit of Clothes
(NOT ADVERTISED PREVIOUSLY)
25 Men's Suits
Regular value $20 to $22.50. All new
seasonable goods and styles.
Sale price, $15.00
$5.50 Shoes for $4.00
Patents, Tans, Gun Metal, in Lace, Button, or Oxfords. No value less than
$4.50 to $5.50.
Sale price, $4.00
300 Men's Shirts for 75c.
Work Shirts. Negligee Shirts with soft
collars, Dress Shirts. Values up to
$1.25.
Sale price, 75c.
Underwear for Summer
Medium Weight Merino, Pen Angle
Goods.    Regular $1.50 per Suit.
Sale price, 75c.
A few days will exhaust these values
THE
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS IIEDEDY GIVEN
lhal thirty days alter dale, I intend
to apply to tlw Chlel Coinmlsslntier
ol Lands and to the Assistant Com.
missioner ol [.amis tor tho District
of East Kootenay lor a license to
prospect   lor eoal and petroleum   on
tbc   lollowlng described land, siluate j r
on lis-   North Fork ot Michel Creek,1   Commencing at „     post planted at Hence SO   chains south,   het.ee
about  six miles   notth ot the Cana-; A. E. Way-land's   N. VV. c, rncr, same chains   wesl    to  place „l beginning,
dlan Pacific   ltailroad, and lying lie- being   the    initial    post ol
tween tho Mclnnes tlroup and       the Fn mil's   claim, uml
Crows   Nest    I'nss Coal   Compony's Prench'
laud
s.i
ll.   T. containing Hill acres, more nr less,
marked "II. T.I II. T. French, Locator
8. W. corner", thence      801 llatlcc Lamerous, Agral.
I chains north, tbence «u chains   east,!    Looted April 17th, IIU.       JHt*

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