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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLl'MHIA.
THURSDAY,  JUNE  5tli.  UU
 '     Victoria    r*=f
lllll I ISM (IH I Mill
THE CHILDREN'S PICNIC IS
ft MOST
The picnic organized by tho Women's Institute fur the school children on Tuesday resulted in a lingo
success, not a hitch Impi-enlng to mar
(lie proceedings throughout. After
several days of cloudy and windy
weather Tuesday morning opened out
with bright rays or sunshine with just
•iiuugb breeze to make an Idoal picnic day. -t'nr owners came splendidly to the asslHtaiicc of tho Institute
In conveying lite chlldron to u spol
Just beyond tho golf links. wllCfO the
nice background of trees affordod
»hade for the workers and a beautiful level prairie ror the sportt*. The
city band very kindly attended and Its
enlivening strnins udded much to tlie
enjoyment of tho afternoon.
Promptly at I.HO the refreshment*.
committee commenced to serve the
lunch to the children in rings of about
150 at one sitting. Upwards of 500
children participated and it bespeaks good management on behalf of
the organizers of the picnic that there
was plenty and to spare of good
things to eat, tlie surplus being handed out before the children were returned home. Nearly 4,000 buns,
cakes, cookies and doughnuts were
disposed of, together with tea and
milk,
covered by the Women's Institute, as
also tbe sports prize money. Then-
were many visitors and evidently tlie
happiness of the children wus contagious, for good spirits prevailed everywhere.
W. M. Harris ls deserving of special mention in engineering the sports,
marshalling the children at the
schools and helping in every way he
could and was tiie last to leave the
grounds. His committee consisted of
Messrs. H. White, Cooper, Woods, D.
Campbell and others, and when the
tug of war (High School)  Boys and
Needle and tliroi I—Otto Gill and
Bva Molr, Hoy Hoblchand and Winnie
Phillips.
High School Tug of War (12 girls
and !- boys)-- -The girls were victorious.
Local Overflow
Dny War Havings Stamps.
James Pindlay, of Shawnlgoi. i-ake,
rrlved In tin- city today.
Tlie report of the annual meeting
| ol the W. C. T. U., which was held at
'.lie home of Mrs. O. W. Patmore. will
. appear next  week.
! Lionel Leask returned from lhe
. front today, having been In the thick
1 of the fight nnd given a good account
; of himself.
P. Woods, of Cherry Creek, will
give a special prize of $10 for the best
1919 pig, any breed, raised and exhibited at tlie Kail Fair by boy or girl
under 18 years of age.
Thc Kali Fair prize list committee
met last evening and carefully revised tlie prize list for thla fall's fair.
Tlie prizes In severul departments,
particularly fruit and poultry, were
considerably increased. Ttie dates of
this year's fair are Oct. lst and 2nd.
L KILHIi IIHIEI
Mr. K, T. Coiiper. secretary of the
! Crnnbrook Kod'-and Gun Club, received a telegram this morning that Mr.
L. Ogllvle. superintendent of thc Dominion   batcheff    at    Gerard    was	
s a ,    ♦ .,„  i«..,-i.„„  ,-iv,,.    ..j  at  Bull  River and another at  Wild
i drowned  in  tlie uardeau  river    and _, , ,
1 Horse.    There are three men in the
■ HINTING BIG UAMK IS
TIIK FORT NTERLK DISTRICT
A party Of big game hunters from
' New York have been spending some
tlmo In tiie mountains, making Fort
Steele their headquarters. They have
| been out in tbe hills with Art. NIcoll.
1 the Tort Steele guide. They were
, successful in securing one Black bear
Wood for Wltei ?*' por rick.   C God-;     Al  B  meeting or the cltybnnd held
florin, Box (int. cranhroolt. 21-tf    on  Monday night a  hearty vote    of
  i thanks was imaged to all those who
gave  such   valuable    assistance    in
making  their   recent    dances    bucIi
o, n   v. splendid  successes;   to   Mrs.   White-
umse aud others outside of the band
Is  your  subscription   paid  to  the | who helped with tlie music, to   tlie
Herald?    !( not. now is a good time   Veterans for the use of their parlors
J. Palmer has gone Ut Vancouver
a delegate io tlte Grand Lodge I.
O. P.
that his body had not yet. been recovered.
No iHirUcularu of tbe drowning were
given, but it is surmised that Mr.
Ogllvle was removing his trnps from
tiie river when tiie acccldenl happened. He was In Cranbrook a row days
ago and received word that the river
wus rapidly rising and lie hastened
back.
Mr. GfeitVie wan a very efflcientof
flciul and was very popular with all
rod and gun men. It was under his
siij ervision that Premier Lake was
itooked with game fish and he also
supervised the starting of tlie hptch-
ory In t'ranbrook this spring.
He wa.) a married mun witli a family, to whom tlij sympathy of all goes
out in tlieir sudden bereavement.
party, T. King, W. Bogart aud H. Al-
laril.    Mr. A.)lard is tbe    big   game
photographer.   He had the misfortune
i to break his wrist on Saturday and is
; now  iu  Si.  Eugene  hospital, having
| been brought in by E. H. L. Attree.
King has gone up the Wild Horse af-
: ter grlzzley and if iie don't get the
grlsaley the griwley will get him
to pay it.
Wanted— Maid for housework In
small family. Address box in, Herald
ort'lce. 18-tf
Miss  It. N.  Phillips has  been  presented wiih a beautiful Past Master's
the entire cost of which  was: J°wel °y tIie Rebekehs.
FOlt SALE—2 second-hand Chevrolet cars in good order, cheap for
cash.   The Kootenay Garage.
P. A. Dunn is on his way west to
attend meetings of the Rod and Gun
Clubs of the various centres in the
Kootenays.
If tho gold-handled pen knives
taken during McBride's sale are returned there will be nothing further
said.   It Is known who has them.
. WANTED—Young girl or elderly
Olrla was brought off, the latter prov-, |ady for Ught llQU8ework on ranch,
ins vlotorlons, the excitement of the one who Mn milk cowa, AppIy A. H.
adults knew no hounds and the com- BuH6ok( the barber. Cranbrook.23-lm
mlttee  evinced  clearly  their    duties  ,
were anything but Irksome.                     BORN—At   tlie   Cottage   Hospital,
In procuring, setting up and tend- Cranbrook, on June 3rd, to Mr. and
ing tlte stoves to brew the    tea, 8. i Mrs,   George   Schupe,   of   Klko,   a
Fyles waa a tower of strength and: daughter.
Mrs. E. H. Leaman's work as conven-, 	
iiyt ofNthe lunch committee was no less j Wanted—Contracts for clearing i
commendable. To each and all who ■ and breaking land in any quantity,;
contributed to the success of the out-j First class work guaranteed at reas-
ing the Institute tenders grateful t onr.ble prices, Adress P, O. Box 54.
thanks, particularly to Chief Adams.! Cranbrook, B. C. 21-tf
Mr. Eassle, Mr. Venus, the Automo-j 	
.bile Association and other ca" ow'\-j    o. C. Thompson, of Kimberley. is In
ers, the city band, to those who lent j attendance  nt  the semi-annual   con-
tables, etc., etc. i ventlon of Shrlners now being held tn
The ladies who organized the affair, Calgary.    He holds the  position    of
•were:   Mesdames  D, Campbell, J.  H.; Sublime Keeper of the Novices.
{Brake, J. W. Burton, J. F. Fenton aid ^ 	
Miss Maystre a combination of more j    Mies R. N. Phillips, of the postofflce
energetic women it would he hard to  staff, leaves tomorrow for Vancouver
for practices, to the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the G. W. V. A., and others. j
The O. W. V. A. ot its regular meeting on Sunday. June 1st, passed a
unanimous vote of thanks to all thoso
who so generously contributed to the
success of the celebration held on j
May 24th. The Association feels that
had it not been for the tine spirit of
co-operation displayed by all con-j
corned the succesB of the day would I
have been minimized. As It was, how- j
ever t he whole proceedings were carried out without nny sign of friction!
nnd nn unlimited success was th > result.
A IUAI TIFI 1. HOME
A DKUMHWl. PROSPECT
p, c. Douglas*, one of the real farmers of the district, who has an eicellent place In the Bull Hirer district,
was iu town on Moudciy. His place is
a most delightful spot. His farm
buildings are ou tlie side of a bill and
 [ lu tlie valley is a beautiful meadow,
first C. P. fl. engine Into Cranbrook, | B0W" t0 ***** faH wh*ftt and other
and Is one of our oldest, wisest nnd j **raln' whlch to erowin« luxuriously.
most respected citizens. He took an He UM ""* head of rtock Pasturing
active interest fn all public affairs; ! on the rBnge- Thejr are beef eattle of
acted on the school board and city |tIlB Shorthorn breed. He has a num-
counoll and in many other ways show- her °< dalry cows from whos" milk
ed his public spirit. The community M"- I)0URlas churnB W P°mids ot
as a whole will feel his loss. : buttcc ■"» week* They nave alfl0 a
  I large number of hens.   It Is abeautt-
Hon. W, J. IKJwser passed through   ful ll0me' a d«»«nttu» *>lace to ««•-
Cranbrook on his way to Fernie on  not far lrom Bu" Rlver' Fort ateete
Friday.   The jiflce was off in Pernio | or Crflnbrook*
and the coal town was In darkness, {  __        ————*—_
but as soon as they heard that Bow-j -Hm KOOTENAV BATTALION
HAH NAILED FOR CANADA
Tlie Man rot mi la sailed from Liverpool on Tuesday with 4,000 Canadian
trops on board.    Among them  were
the   Mth   Kootenay Battalion under
where,  the most  interesting  subject I command of Ool. Carey.   Tlie Mth has
of discussion being the tnxation policy j been away for four ye»TB and    has
of tlie government.    It is a vexation   seen a great deal of hard fighting,
policy.   Tlie people do not like   to, No battalion has made a better re-
have tlieir tuxes doubled and get no-1 cord on the field ot battle.   We will
necessary.   Mr. Murphy brought the j thing for it. ! he glad to welcome them home.
Mr. and Mrs. T>. E. Murphy and:
family hnve moved to the coast. They
will reside in Vancouver. Mrs. Murphy's health since the loss of her boy
has been greatly Impaired and a;
change in residence has been found j
ser was on his way there, it was decided to light up the town for the occasion. Fernle will not forget this
kindness when tlie election conies on.
Mr. Bowser Informed the Herald that
ha is having tvplondld meetings every-
find.
Appended is the sports prize lis.:
.,-.:: Olrls under  7  years—Mary  Robin-
son, Betty Lunn.
Boys under 7 years -Harry Roy
Paul Harrison.
Olrls under 8 years—SophK- Mac
Oregor and Kathleen Wnrthtngtoti
Uie).
Boys under 8 years- -(olwyn Me
Burney, Cyril Harrison
Olrls under il years—Jean Walling
er, Ploren.e lllnnlng.
Boys Wider i» yoat'j—John Horie,
Billy 8p v< e
Girls  under   10  ye.ii--   Lillti
Eloi, Connie ltassett and lien■> Mueller (tie).
Boys under in years—Pat Ma don-
uld, Edward White.
Girls under 11 years-Lily Hawkins, Dorothy Burgess.
Boys under 11 years -Billy Taylor,
Ray Beech,
Glrln under 12 years—Annie Bag-
ley, Marlon Atchison.
Boys under 12 years—Jimmy Lo- i
gan, Angus Macdonald.
Girls under ID years -Bessie Hal-1
left, Alice Brake
Don under lit years Gordon Armstrong, Jack Ogdeu.
Olrls under 14 years—Dorothy
Hodgson, Annie Johnson.
Boys under 14 years Jack Steven I,
Russell Trask.
High School Girls— May Lancaster, Alma Sarvis.
High School Boys—Warren Spence,
otto oni.
Glrla open race—Dorothy Burgess,
Kathleen Worthlngton,
Threo logged race (10 years) Girls
—Margarot Godderls und Kathleen
Dallas, Jean Walllnger and Lilian Ht
Biol. Boys—BdwarJ White and Pat
Macdonald,, Joe B.own and Patrick
Kennedy.
Three legged race (11 years) Girls
—Connie Bassett and Annie Laurie,
Lilian Jackson and Dorothy Burgess.
Boys—Angus Macdonald and Jimmy
Logan, Clyde MacKinnon and John
Lancaster.
Three legged race 111 aud 13 years)
Olrls—Dorothy Hodgson nnd May
Lancaster, l-oreta UCIorc and Annie Johnson.
Three legged r"ce (High School)
Olrls—Ella Lawsrlsou and KImu Law-
erlson, Mary Mann and Eva Moir.
Boys—Warren Spence and Otto GUI,
Jack Stevens and Km.sei I I<ensk.
'  4gg and  spoon   May    Iaacaster,
to attend the meeting of the Grand
Lodge nr the Rebekaha   she will be
, away for a month or so on a    welt
1 earned holiday.
A   touring   iarty  consisting  of Mr.
j and Mrs. T. Houston and Miss Ruth
Hopkins. aU of Spokane, pased thru
the city on Monday on their wny to
I llarillsiy, Alta.   They had no difficnl-
j ty in getting through, the road on the
] whole being very good.
An, examination for stenographers
, for the British Columbia Civil Ser-
: vice will be held on Saturday, at 2 p.
in., nt tlie Government orflco. Those
desirous of taking the examination
will please send tlieir names to N. A. j
, Wallinmrer. Government Agent.iis soon
as possible.
Accounts  due   J.   D.   Meltrlde    are
still payable at the old stand. Notice
! of the opening of an office later elso-
where for receiving payment of ac-
i counts will )w announced in those
. eolnms at n little later date, when the
whlrlwtod collecting campaign    will
bngln.
j POR SALK—2 second-band Chevrolet cars in good order, cheap Tor
ensh.    The Kootenay Garage.
The working man is closely concerned lu Canadian export trade, and
ttie Trade Commission points nut
that working men are already realizing that steady employment and plain
bread and butter are asured by more
dollars coming Into the country by
added exports.
I
On Sunday next Rev. R. W. Lee will
begin his second year of ministry in
Cranbrook. At the morning service
tlie delegates to the late conference
will make their report. In the evening at 7.30 Rev. Lee will speak on
"Impreitelons or CranHrook." A
hearty Invitation ts extended to all
to hear tliis address.
Miss C.oltart, who has been over six
; years In India as u missionary, gave
an address In the Presbyterian church
on Wednesday evening, on the pres-
' sing needs or India. Doctors, nurses
and Christian workers are all needed.,
Ono hundred new workers for the
next five years are bolnig asked for,
j and 1100,000 to sustain tho work. She .
was the guest of Mrs. A. A. MaeKin-1
' non while In tiie cttj.
■  ■
-     - -•	
Without Once Shifting
Gears-4370 Mites
In 7 days and 7 nights
IN HIGH GEAR
Saturday—601 miles, Sunday—
fitil   miles. Monday—579 miles,
Tuesday—6t)4,  Wednesday—147,
Thursday—661, Friday—617 mis
How Model 90 Broke the High
Gear Noo-Stop Record
Could the strongest power plant ever built stand the gruelling,
searching punishment planned for the Overland 90 stock model when lt
started on ts 7 day sealed In IIKSH OEAR, non-stop run recently at
Oklahoma City?
The first day's performance was watched by the public with eager
interest -601 miles and not a sign of let-down in the car's perfect record.
Then two days of rain—whirling, drenching downpours, mud-clogged
roads, which tried the endurance of four relays of drivers.
Four days more of pounding over country lanes and through blocked
city streets—always in sealed high—each day showing an average of
U24 miles and an average of 20.66 miles to the gallon of gasoline.
And then the amazing score at the finish. Not once had the motor
missed an explosion. Not even a spark plug changed. 4370 miles was
the non-stop high gear record by the Overland 90!
An ong the 600,000 Overland owners, Model 90 has long been known
for Its record of long life and economical service.
Let us shown you an exact duplicate of this remarkable Model 90 car.
Overland Model 90 Five-
Passenger Touring $1500
(F. O. n. Cranbrook, B.C.)
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE-
That wi have secured the services of a CAPABLE
MECHANIC and are open for
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS
And will be carrying a Full Line of Accessories.
John Armour, Dealer
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Office— Crsnlirnok lintel lllnck Harare—Clarke Avenue
Phones—-Office IN.',.   IJnrntte 2112
MEN!
-- THIS IS --
,...**:>i- - •• LA""'- Mar n'-°
Arrow Shirt
Week
QVER One Hundred New
and Different Patterns to
choose from. These Shirts
have lost none of their color-
keeping qualities and their
style and fit has been famous
for years.   All Sizes
$1.50 to $4.50
McCreery Bros,
CUMMOM'S PIT COWS AM CMTMK STMKI
PRESBYTERIAI
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon. Minister
SUNDAY,  JUNE   STB
11 a. m.   Bramble King"
|12 ns3n Sabbath School
7.30 p. m  Dr John Knox Wright
-
-W   *-
•jHetticiDiet Cfturtl)
Rev R. W Lee, pastor
SUNDAY NEXT
The First Anniversary of the Pastorate o
Rev  R. W. Lee
11 a m   Divine  Worship.   Report of Recent
Conference will be given by the Delegates
Sabbath School at 12 noon
Evening Service. 7.39 pm Sub ject*--
Impressions of Cranbrook."
m
@
iSapttst Ctjurcf)
Seta. 1»tin 9. *inclair.   flatter
Sl'NIUY Sth JUNE
10.30 a. m.—Preparatory Prayer Service.
11 a. ni.— Divine Service.    Sermon Subject:   "What It
means to be a Christian."
12 noon—Church School.
7.30 p. m.—Evening Worship.   Sermon Subject: "Being
Misunderstood—the Sorest Trial in Life."
"Remember lhe Sabbath Day lo keep It Holy.' THURSDAY. JUNE  5th.  11,19
Cranbrook Herald
Published Evtry Thursday by
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W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
r
Advertising  Bates on   application.
this    office    Wednesday    noon    the
Changes for Advertising; .Ml ST be In
current   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA        THURSDAY,  JUNE  Gth.   1910
UOvYSKU'S BAPIEIt CUTS UP
PROVINCIAL GOVT S RECORD
Hon. W. J. Bowser, ex-promlor of
British 'Columbia, and leader of the
opposition in tho provincial legislature,* made a trenchant criticism of
th© government on Saturday evening
beforo a large crowd in tho Auditorium,
T. D. Caven, ex-M. L. A. Tor Cranbrook district, occupied tho chair and
introduced the speaker with n few appropriate remarks,
Mr. Bowser said he was glad to appear before a Cranbrook audlencce,
to renew acquaintances and to Boe
new faces. Ho referred to his Ifl
yenrs of service in the legislature,
nine years of which he was a minister]
of tlie crown, Now lie was leader of j
the opposition. The cares of office !
had been removed from his sltoulders,!
He wns willing to admit that Ills government hnd made mistakes, but It;
was honest in its administration
Ho was now making a tour of tho
province to see wlml wore Its needs,
its demands, its complaints. He was!
meeting witii a groat ileal of encouragement wherever he went. His meetings wore well attended and his criticism of the government record wns
kindly received. His purpose was to
discuss intelligently flio provincial
tlUostlonH of public import in the
homo towns of an Intelligent electorate. Such a discussion would do good
both to the people and to himself.
The (government had now been thro
years in office. Before tiie electors
of 1916 tho Liberals had charged him
with almost every crime in the political code, but what hnd they ever
proved against him? Not a single
thing. No act of wrong doing inul
.been found, although they had cm-
ployed a well known firm of charter
ed accountants to go through tin
books of every department. Thoy
turned everything upside down from
cellar to garret, lint could find nothing against him. The report of
these reputable accountants was audi
a disappointment to Uie government
that it was pigeon-holed ami never
tabled before thc house. Now ns the
government had tried to prove the
sneaker false to Ms trust, and us the
people were induced to remove their
confidence In him at the Inst election
it was quite fair that lie should ask If
tOie government had made good';* "iiatl
they reduced the expenses of government? Had they done away with pat-
i-uuaKe? Had thoy ceased to govern
by orders-in-council? Had they cut
out royal commissions? Had they
fulfilled their promises made before
•lection in every part of the province ?
He then took up the record of tho
government. Royal commissions had
cost »30,000the salary of tiio premier
had been Increased by $4,600; Premier Sir Richard McBride, the best
premier tiie province ever had, was
satisfied with $3,000 and undertook
to perform tlie duties of another department, as ho himself had done—
w*s tho present premier worth tlie additional salary? So many Liberals
were hungering for cabinet positions
that tlie number of ministers had to
be Increased; a special audit that was
made for tiio special purpose of put
ting liira In wrong—but that utterly
failed—oost $18,000; civil service cost
was Increased nearly a million dollars; orders-ln-council were passed
to the number of 4718; a mineral survey act was passed, hut nothing was
done under the act—it was paper legislation—and much of tlieir legislation was of tho same sort.
Tlieir amendment to his Soldiers'
Land Purchase Act. came in for a
good deal of harsh, hut well deserved
criticism. During the speculative period through which the provinces
passed before the war a great deal of
public  land  wus sold  to  speculators
on time, when the depression came
tlie payments on those lands could
not bo made, and finally they reverted bock to the crown. An Act waB
passed In 1910 by tlie late government
taking over the land thnt wns not
paid for and holding ft for settlement
for the returned Boldiers. Over two
million acres thus reverted to the
crown. But the new government Instead of holding these lands for the
soldier, amended tlie net so that they
were open for settlement by any applicant. They first delayed- tho process of receiving back the land': for
one year and then they wiped out tlie
soldier reserve and throw it open to
the public. That-; what tlwy did for
the soldier—they bunded him n real
gold brick.
The taxation policy of the government was shown up. A financial bri
sia had beon brought on by them and
they lost their credit. When tho Into
government went out of offico they
could borrow money at fi 1-2 por cent
—tlie new government could not get
a dollar under 7 1-2 per cent nnd It
was not till the wui' was over thut
they could get money as cheaply OS
the old government got it In l!>lfi.
An expert board ;.f taxation was appointed. Tills board was composed of
three members—two ox-Llbernl M. L.
A.'s, hired at $150 a month an taxation experti, and a young professor I
of economics from New York, who
wus out on a vacation, and lie reccelv-
Gd $1000 a montii. He cama overland by way of Seattle and by boat to
Victoria. He never loft tho capital
city. He did not even go over io Vancouver. He saw nothing of the province, and knew nothing of its needs
.—consequently Ills work was barren
of results, bui it cost the province
$7.1:10.97.
The poll tax of three dollars a head
that had been discarded by tho old
governmeni as unscientific, wus revived by tin- present government nnd
Increased to five dollars n head.
The lute government hud passed the
Agricultural Credits Act. under which
ihey had loaned to the farmers $850,-
000, Tho Liberals hud repealed this
ad aud [Missed another iu Its place
that brought Into existence the Land
Settlement Board—to do practically
the sume work. But with the repeal
the old offlcors lost their jobs and
with Uie new onactnieni hungry Liberals secured their places, with this
difference—the old act wus administered for -fr.-ill a month, whereas the
new acl cosi $1150 a month. Thus
berths are being provided for all the
political Wards in the province at the
expense of the taxpayer.
Ho referred to the famous Brewster writ. This was an action brot
for the courts to declare all thc legislation of lfllfl after a certain date In
March invalid, but when the Liberal
members found out that their salaries worn voted during that period und
that Ihey would have to sit without
Indemnity If this writ became effective thoy buried It ten thousand feet
under thu sea.
More paper legislation was passed
in 1918. Tlie bounty of $3 a ton offer-
en for pig iron produced In the province had not yet secured the production of a ton of pig iron.
Came wardens were dismissed and
a game conservation hoard wus appointed in tlieir place, with the result
thai big game was being slaughtered.
Hlg game was the source of a big revenue to the province and if properly
protocoled tho revenue would be n
contlnuully increasing one, but permits liavo been issued to Indians to
kill our hig game nnd there are many
copiplainta about Uio breaking of the
law. because the game wardens are
no .longer on the job..      ,
Tho net passed by tlie present government in regard to the initiative
aud referendum was declared to be a
farce. In the first place 25 per cent
of the people must sign the petition
and t li en it takes 14 months to get
action.
The Public Utilities Act lie declared to be u needless expense and was
a brilliant conception of Altoruey-
Qeneral Parrls who wanted a personal
friend. Mayor Gale, of Vancouver, to
be dropped Into a nice soft berth-
that of publio utilities commissioner
ESTABLISHED     1875
A
MPERJAL BANK
OF CANADA
LUMBERING
The insistent domain! for nnd prevailing high prices
of lumber have made the development of this industry
essential and profitable.
This Bank can nssist your plans. Consult our local
manager.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E, HOWARD,
Manager.
al a salary ot 97,600 n year. Tho, holiday to his home In Prince Edward
appointment was made, lml tho re- Island; the Minister of Mines went to
turned soldiers would not stand for Ottawa to pies,*; ins claims to a seal
it and made such a row that Mayor in the Red Ohsmber the Senate or
dale resigned and Major Uetallack Canada; tho Minister of Lands is In
was appointed In his place. , Atlin; tho Attornoy-Qoneral Ia on his
When tho legislature was about to way to Bug land on an educating trip
adjourn this spring tho roturnod sol- and ,lu' Proralor ims takdn to tho tall
dlers demanded an emergoncy vote of timber on the P. <i. IS.
$-1.01)0.(100 to be expended for Hie pro- Ho referred humorously t'i the ro
motion of Industrial enterprises to on- furnlshlne of tho government build
Biiro ngainst non-employment Pre-ling's nt Victoria, especially lho mln
inter Oliver at first showed fight, but istors' quarters.    When  Al   A. Mac
i.naly compromised on a vote of $2,-; „.    —	
000,000, which wus'inissed unanlnioiis-   _______.^^_____________
ly  by  the  House,    But  nothing lias
lieen done, although two months linve] l
| iloiiald succeeded tlie speaker as attorney-general, aud saw the chair
J that lie (Bowser) snt iu, lie said "A-
wuy with it, away with it"—and it was
' spirited away, nobody ever having
j seen It since. This epidemic went
.through the building like meassles
; through a family.
A voice from tlie audience—If M.
' A. Macdonald were on the platform
| this hull would be packed ..to the
1 doors.
Bowser—I am glad to know there
| is one Liberal left in Cranbrook.
i Proceeding. Mr. Bowser said, that
jas there had to be new furniture for
i the ministers, so there had to bo new
cars—for the ministers—for tlie district engineers—for tiie forest rangers—77 new cars at a cost of $08,000.
| But the minister of lands had a
I brain storm. Ho conceived the idea
; that, a seaplane would be a fine thing
1 to put out a forest fire wltll. So he
borrovqil one, Its first flight was Its
Inst, It landed on top of a house iii
1 Vancouver and the fire brigade hud
to be called out to get It down. This
; little experiment cost  the    province
' over $#,000.
Summing up the honorable igcutle-
■ man Indicted the government for having milled department after depart-
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jrurli'l'K .V Opticians
Next In Hii' rtmtnfflce.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Heati In tho
Pariah    Hall
first   Tuesday
afternoon   ol
eyery   month
at 3 p.m.
Pres. MrB. D.
Campbell, boi
Ml
Secy. Mrs. J. w. Burton, P. O. Box 621.
All ladles cordially Inylted.
I-AIDtAW * DEWOLF
dill and Willi Engineers
B. ft Laid Surveyors
ORANBROOK, B. C.
»rs. Green & MacKinnon
Physician* and Surgeon*
oillii   nt ronlilnni'ii, Armstrong
Avenuo
OFPIOH HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10 00
Afternoons  a.oo in  4.00
Bvenlnm 7.J0 »o MO
Sundays   •j.ao t„  4 bo
CRANBROOK, B.C
raont, for increasing Bnlarlos; for tlls-
K'lilltllllli'il   nil   pago   4)
imsst'tl stneo tiio legislature adjourned. Even thf Industrial commissioner Ims not >vi boon appointed. More
paper legislation,
Wiiero are the ministers, Instead of
planning (his Industrial campaign?
The Provincial Secretary wont on a
I'll.' I'liint IVIilt'h ls l.i'volutlonlzing
tlte Tire Repair Industry.
With this iilitnl wo enn rebuild and
retread either in ribbed or plain your
nlil casings nn matter liow badly worn
so long ns tho walls uro good, so they
will give you from tluoo lo 6000 more
miles, nt n tost nt $10.00 for plain and
J12.00 for ribbed retreading, for size
:!0x:s 1-2. Send for price list for larger sizes. We use more tread rubber
in our work titan is used on new tires.
Orders left with II. It. Hlnton, Cron-
brook, will receive prompt attention,
or ship direct. Wc pay express
charges on,' wny.
IV. Jl. Ill Si!.   I'lnilur   (reek. Alia.
Vnlinnizer nml Auto Painter.
HE
LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD
Wll.l, KEEP VOI' POSTED ON  NEWS, PltOflKEKN
DEVELOPMENT Ol' THE TOWNS AMI
COMMUNITIES ALONG THE
CROWS NEST  PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RESIDENTS-
Three Months for One Hollar
Six Months for Two Hollars
fifteen Months for Five dollars
.Mail I his coupon with   money to Lethbrldge Herald.
I,I.T1IHI.MKH.  HERALD, letlihrldgc, 11. (..
Enclosed lind $ for which send the Lethhrldge Hull)
Herald fur   months,
. Name	
Address	
Jameson's
HAKIM)    POWDER
Kenther Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
Tho users  are   the  Con-
nniseurs.
I. O.O. P.
KEV CITV LOROE, NmM|
Meeta   every
Monday night
.nr- -.■—-—-    »- PH-UIMF
" ; „ -BSBWlM   Oddlellewo
cordiolly Invited.
W. M. Harris        w. 1). Gilroy
*-«ey, N.O.
SHOE POLISHES
Save theleatheiand
Keep your Shoes Neat
LIQUIDS and PASTES
FOR BLACK.WHITE.TAN ANDOX-BLOOD(DARKBROWN)SHOES
THE r.F OALLEr CORDOBftTIOHS UNITED, HAMILTON C"   '   '
KIIMIIMISON.S DANCE OKI IIKSTKA
Non Open fur Ciiuiiueiiieiiis.    line lo
I'oiir Pieces
The Music wltll the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MIIS. EIIMONOSON
or phmte '-':.'ii Cranbrook, B. C.
1 Gold
"fcsoap
Look at a"cake of Gold Soap.
Stand it alongside any other cake
of laundry soap at the same
price. Lift the two. You will
find Gold Soap gives you a larger
cake for your money. Use five
bars of Gold Soap. You will
find they last as long as six
ordinary bars of laundry soap.
PRICES MARKED
Iii every Coour d'Aleno bedroom la a framed card on
whicli h printed Hie rates of
tlN> muni,    lu oilier words
the   r.n'iir d'Aleuo    Hotel
in.irks tholr Belling prlcoB
in plain figures.   The patron knows what ills Hill will
be; lie knows (hat he in not
being overcharged  through
a misunderstand—-hta or tiie
clerk's—he  known  that ho
Ik   paying just  what  every
olljer occupanl of that room
pays™  no  more,  no  less.
That's   Btundard    American
practice in first class retail
stores; some dny it will no
doubt he standard practice
in tlie best hotels.
That framed curd is n small
(letuiI,   hut.    il   ill 11stmien   Hig
Coeur d'Alene way   of   doing
tlij.ngs.    it's mie of the many
concrete '•'applications of   the
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and honest money's
Worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room he occupies.
COEUR D'ALENE
TUB  IIOTEI. WITH A
PERSONALITY
Spokane, Washington
l»«. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
"Nine In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
0 to 12. a.m.
1 to   fi p.m.
ORANBROOK, B.C.
IIMMIIIOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Pillule Nursing Heme
Licensed by Provincial  Go»t.
Maternity anil General Nursing
Massace aad Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Mat-on
Phooe 259 P. O Boi MC
Address, Garden Are. Cranbrook
'III'! IIOMi: BAKERY
Unlit. Frame, rttf.
.'r.11.11 lln-ail. fakes, Pies.
nnd Pastry
„   . Pl.oue.,7
Norbury A?e.      Opp city Roll
MONUMENTS
Kootenay tiranlte & Mnn-
■■menial Co* Ltd.
Ueneral Stone Contractors and
.Monumental Works
t rant .*i|. Nelson   P. 0. box Mi
FOB PAINTIXO AJfll
PAPEIIHAIVOIXfl, ETC
JOHN GARD
FHONE SO. m,
.IMNBROOK     .   .        B. ft
MINERS, PROSPECTORS
Mine Owners
THE CltAMlItOOK BOARD Ol TRADE
nlll exhibit siiniph-s ol' Ore I'miii tills
Mlniiifr District, nt tlie Stilling Convention  tn  lie  held  In   Nelson, on
June llllh lust.
If Vnu want Ihe henel'll of this mlverlls-
iiilT liefnre the In nre number of .Mlnlnir
Men who will attend this condition,
send samples of your ores nt once—5
or 10 His—with the mime nml location
nnd ownership of the mlno.nr prospect
In E. II. Mcl'hoo, Crnnbrook. II. t.
THIS IS A UNIQUE OI'l'OHTCMTV TO LAV VOUR
PROPOSITION  BEFORE   PROSPECTIVE   BCVI.IIS.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AT ONCE.
KNIf-IITS OF PVTHIA8
Cmknok, B. ft
Meets every Tutidoy at I p m, la
tbo Fraternity Hall
C O. Borcstrom, C. C.
O. H. Collins, K. R. * 8.
VlBlilng brethren cordially tailed to attend.
TAKE your money work and earn something.
L Sixteen Thrift Stamps are exchangeable for
a S4.00 War Savings Stamp, and for every War
Savings Stamp you accumulate tiie Dominion of
Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00 in 1924.
iff Invest the interest on your Victory Eonds and
mnke it work and earn for you.
NATIONAL  WA1I  PAV1M1.1  rojIMinEB
(llrlM.li Colllmliltv lllvlhlon) •
VlllHtiil.cr, II. V.
Bvv Iter? Stamp.
CHAS. 8. PARKER'
Forwarding nd  Distributing
, ...    ' Agent (or
Lethbrldge aid SraoaMU Coal
Imp. rial Oil Co.
Dlstrtiiitloo Con a Specialty
Orajrlng and Transferring
OlTan prompt-attention
Plione M
I'he Shoe Specialist
,IOE IHARAPOIII
SollalMUo* Soaraatool
•leaduuarters tor til ktads of
llr-ialrs
F. M. illACPIIEUSON
I'mlerlaker
Phone KM
Nurlisrj Air, ard to l.'Hj Hall
GET   THAT   01,11    HOUSE
FIXED IIP 1IKFOIIK IT FALLS
doivh 011 nm: im a con.
TRACT   TO 11111,11   VOU   A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phone 7ft or 3711     P.O. Boi SIM
Molilalia lleslaaraal
Heals al All Hosrs
.'■nor., Cigarettes aad Caaa>
CltANBHOOK STREET.
Opposite the Bapk ot (
If vou want satisfaction
wllh vour washlna
send tt to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Bneclal orlceg for famllf
work
0R.DeVAM'S FEMALE PttLSSil!
mnllcltie I'.l i,ll I'Fmnlr CouiMnlnl. li a SS,
„r three lur 110, atdrw Mons. Malleil lo~n»
iiilclrojiii.ii melpt of priee. Tin; tfc„»«lL n,„i
Co.. hl.ljuhii-llie*. OnlHfl...
PHOSPH0N0LFORMIH.Krv'auvi? THURSDAY.  JUNE
THE  CRANBHOOK   UIOIUi.D
HAIJR ritHJ.-*
Pollen- Value
When you buy a wolcli
here you not only gel tlte
best dollar value the market affords, lint you also
get the benefit of experience, Rood taste und
sound business Judgment
in its selection.
WILSON'S
WATCHES
ore quality plus—that undefined .'Icineiii that 1*11-
trltiuli's in your ultimate
satisfaction and costs tiu-
tliltiK extt'ii. A splendid
stock lo ohooso from.
fl    W. H. V1U09
Jeweler
Bec 11-
l^ocal and Jrersonal
it
m
Insure with Boole & Elweli.
Kllby frames^ilctures.   Phono I).
Wanted—A competent nurse; apply |
to Mrs. p, \v. Oreen. 20-tf.
Oct your ushoes repaired by A.
Strange, 18 Norbury ave. 38-8t
Wanted—l*,.ra;-iipl Llnpd RefrUsrai ir
i-tifond hand; m..s- 1k> in gooil condl
inn.   I'linii' lite Uo-ald Office,     iliA
j    a chuai) bicycle is dlwaya etioaper
Milan tho price,   Hide a MASSRY—wp
stand boh Ind tliom.   Patmore Bros.
j   I*:. 11. ... Mtroo and ids son w. k.
1 Atlroo, i.r the Fort StoOlo Qaralo Co.,
, were iii town on Monthly.
W. [■;. Attree, ot Kort Steele, who
lett for overseas four years ago, lias
u.turneil, arriving home ou May 16th.
He saw a. good deal of fighting, but
was lucky enough to escape without a
scratch. He is now golni^ into the
Kimigc Im.- ini';-> with Iiis father ut
Port Steele.
A 111,
eting
of the A'lvi-,
iry Bct
id of
Farmei
.- iiifi
Itutes will 1
 hi
June
lKtli In
80th,
at Smltbera,
B. C,
11 is
WE  ABE   lll'SV  STOCKTAKING
Onr Mr. Hiijiu'- iiilil'i1- Him*
will lie several
Odments
These will he |iut un sale regardless el priee, as snoa as
wc arc Ihriiuali with inventory.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill .Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    B.C.
j     KOIt   SAI.K    1!   st'HUid-hiin.l   ClieV-
rolol curs iu t.nt.iii oi'iler, uhonp for]
cciiah,    'Mo Knntunay Oarago.
WANTED—To huy for e&sli, 0
1 raomod modern house; musi he cheap.
Addross Hox 4, Herald offln'.   21-tf
li lr, too expensive to ride u cheap
! blccyclo, Hide a MASSBY nnd Ket
I Lite best value for your money. Our
I Flock Is now at lis best. Pi-tiiiore Bros
Plfty second hand sewing machine.-!
in pond running order, most of them
drop heads, for sale cheap at the
Singer store, plione 157. 2-mly
'™ hoped thai   dome of the makers of
There will be Bpoolal services in im.,ur,..11(.,, ,,, Lhta dlstrlcl will be
the Salvation Army citadel conduct- Vil\ilin „,. formal}1 and prepared for
ed by Brigadier J. S. McLean, tuntst- prgganUiUon a good atroog pica
nl by tho young people, ou Saturday, ,..,.„, th(I l(J(.al |n9tlmte. tho Block-
Juno 7th. ut s p. in.; also on BundayLrwden and the board of trade for
ni :: p. in. and ut s p. in.  a special in-', t].(1 eatahli8lin 1 .1 representative
vltatlon Is given to returned soldiers, \ (lf t[jll Department    ol    Agriculture
Everyone welcome to each service,       mlffhl accompllali somol .inn     \ spa-
  (.fallal in live stock Mid dairying «'»-
PlailO and Theory leBBOna by tlownl here pormanently would *»' a
arrangement. Phone 404 or box fine    li itlvo   'ovarii*    improved
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Bur-, methods and bottoi farming.
well Avenue. 46-tf. _ ,	
It it. MoCreery, Dr. Oreen, P.Woodi
and .1 ii. Cununlngs, dlsrlct engineer,
were nut Wednesday to lay out a mad
lo Oreen Bay through Mr. Woods'
, ruperty, Green Bay has an excellent
bathing beach, sloping nut into the
lake for nearly one hundred yards before it gets more than two or three
feol deep and not a rock or rough
•tone to encounter- an idenl sandy
beach We hope there will be no difficulty in laying out the road that will
open up thi-* hay to the children of
Cranbrook.
V Rudnlckl. of Pernie, of tbo Soldi) '* ' Rc-estaibllfilvment Commission,
is hero as representative for the in-
rormation and service branch. H"
will be found during business hours
ni the provincial government labor
bureau on Baker street, His duties
are to take up matters of employment
for returned men and all enquiries
relative to a soldier's service or discharge umi also dependants of soldiers, iif will look after war service
iiii! ally roni plaints, war service
badges, transportation, separation allowances, vocational training, land
settlement, and if there be anything
idse pcrtalnlijg to the soldier us a result Of the war, lie will look after that
too.   He will be a very buny mar.
I
RHEUMATIC PAINS
QvleMy Cm«4 By Penetrating '
Hamlin's Wizard Oil
A safe and harmless preparation
to relieve the pains ot Rheumatism.
Sciatica, Lame Hack and I umbago is
Hamlin's Wizard Oil It penetrates
quickly, drives out soreness, aud
limbers up stiff aching joints aud
muscles.
You will find almost dally uses for
it in cases ot sudden mishaps or accidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts,
burns, bites and stings lust as reliable, too,, for earache, toothache,
croup and colic.
Get it from druggets for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle aud
get your inoncyliack.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache?* lust irv Wizard Uver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, jO
cents.   Guaranteed
Harry Stevens, of St. Marys Prairie,
! left on Monday for a visit to friends
in the Old Country.
j Kor Sale—In Slalersville two i-room
ed houses on 88 ft. frontage, city water and wood shed. Apply Mrs. Kolsey. j
■    A, H, Bullock hus twonty-t\Vo apple
I trees in full bloom this year.   If you
plant you can expect to reap, but not
otherwise.
POR SALE—Wood sawing outfit;
3 horse power gasoline engine, built
hi magneto, 30 inch pole saw and table.   Apply Hox 48, Herald office. 21-3
Harvey Handley. of Marysvllle, returned from overseaB on Tuesday, after having done his bit for the cause
of the Empire.   •
The marrhiKe of Mice Edna Clash
and Mr. John Walhvork, of Pernie,
look placco on May 29th, at Otnist
Ohurch, Pernie, by Itev. Yolland, at
6.30 p. in. Miss tidythe Kennedy acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Prank
Madoler, of Winnipeg, 'an best man.
Tho younig couple were the recipients
of many beautiful and useful presents
They will reside In Pernie.
Local Farmers Institute special
mooting on June Tib. Tlie meeting is
called among other matters to prepare resolutions for the Advisory
Hoard meeting to be held at Siuithers,
H. a, oil June IS to 20. Agricultural
matters needing notion or amendment by ihe Department should be
brought to the tore now and the district delegate Instructed.
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing taught, For particulars
phone 404 or bo* 428.— Mrs.
Van .-Braam. 46-tf
Strawberries-— Pedigreed   slumber*
ry plants: Senator Dun lap and Ma-
goon. Hardy, northern grown Mock.
Monrnd Wlgen, Wynndel.
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
FHOH.E
m or  101
How about your office stationery?
If you want to get a renewed supply'
we can do it for you with neatness
I and despatch.
S. Fyles has planted a garden in
1 front of the Telephone office that will
I he a real henuiy si>ot when It Is nut in
I full bloom.
It  is better to pay  the  price of a
pond  bicycle  that   the  penalty  of    a
I poor one.   Ride a MASSBY.   Patmore
I Bros.
! Confectionery, fruit and soft drinks
' at is Norbury nve. 83*31
j Mr, iind Mrs. Chas, K. Sarvis. of
Winnipeg, left for their home on Sun-
( day, after spending ten days in the
clly the gaesis of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
! Sarvls.
The whist drive held by the L. A. to
tho G. W. V. A. in the Vetorons's parlors on Friday evening war. one of the
best of lhe season, The prize wfnhero
ladles' booby, Miss Dow; gents' first,
were: l.ndles' first, Mrs. Laurie;
Mr. Reid; igents' booby, H. Brown.
Mrs. Thompson delighted the guests
by ringing two patriotic songs. It |
was derided to hold monthly whist
drives for the summer.
Singer Sewing machines for family j
use, took all the first prizes at the <
San Praneosco Fnir judged by experts. 1
They must be the best machine: for,
sale at the Singer store for five
dollars cash and $3.00 monthly. Wei
will take your old machine in part
payment,   Phone 167. -2*mly!
Why Not Economize?
Pay what you will no soap can do more
for you than Ivory Soap. No other soap
contains purer or better materials because
the world affords no purer or better
materials than are used in Ivory Soap.
If you have been paying 15 cents to 25
cents for "toilet" soaps you can economize by buying Ivory. You will lind
Ivory as pleasant and efficient as any
soap you have ever used.
IVORY SOAP
m.%% PURE
Made in the Procter & Gtunbte fattotiet al Hamilton Canada
Noal Piola
t.Mii-rnl Ciiiilniiliir In
UTHINfl, L'MSTKK, MUCK
STOW: * CFJIKST IVOHK
p. o. n<w BIS        Penile, n. c.
P, O. Box . I     rriiiilininU, 11. c.
Primary and  Kindergarten
:: school: Principal,  Miss  Rum-
Bay, Burwell avenue.   Tor par-
• tlculnrs phone 357. 3m.
i Tho regular monthly -.ipoiin^ of the
! MotllCKllBl Church l_ii.lle» AW Society
i will meel nt tho home ot Mrs, J. T,
! Snrvls. Hiiiison Av,-,, Tuesday tifter-
| noon, .inni' loth, nt :t o'oloclc
No other remedy will to
surely and quickly cornet
stomach ailments, rqgulaie
the liver'and improve the
gene.-ai health ts a dote of
Beecbam's
: .Pins
Easily Cleared Land
AT OWNERS PRICE
Adjoining Railrood Station
25(1 ACIiCS AT $15.(111 I'KU ACIIK
•-Mill ACIII.S AT $15.(10 I'Klt ACRK
82(1 ACKKS AT $111.(111 I'Klt ACRK
iiivt'i- I'l'iiiiliiirc.     No Improvement*..
F. A. RUSSELL,      Y.M.C.A. Bldg.
('IIAMIR(M)K. II. (.
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eal
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables   in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
PI.AH8, BI-BtliriOATIOMH,
KSTWATtlS    A.M)
gUI'MtlNTKNIIAXri.
llimiiili'llliiu nml Hi'iuilr*. n
Nlii'dull).
1.    V.    lilt III It llll
FOB SAI.I. OR U8A8ES—A five
rooin cottege on Denntg niri,i<t. ^ni>
block trotn city limits; Bleotrlo iixhi
mul phono; chlblton siieds nml about
:in chickens. Apply Martin Uron.. or
write Hox -'.. Oranbrook.        w-u
Foit sai.i:  four   farm   wagons,
from  |40  io nr,.   Iok  truok,   Slot);
bURgy, .Mi;  plow. $ir.; motor liorl ill
Promlor Uko, $200;  Petorboro ran-
i in,. |8I.   Apply to .1  V Brlogoi, Ornti-
i brook. II   c 23-.1t
The oloitdi gathered ovor the clly
on Moiulny moHt onilnoinily, tlir tlinn-
tler rolled, tin- llghlnlni- I'lusli.-d nnd
roal old time storm wee looked for,
but It pntuoid over without mon> than
laying tho dnnt.
CRAMIRIIOK
FABMERS' INSTITUTE
Regular .Meeting
SECOlS'll  SATl'RDAY nt eaeh
n tli ut 2 p.m. In the I'll) Hall
J. P. Lewis
KIMIIKRI.CV. R. 0,
I have Just Instnlleil n (iinn-
llne Service Tank and Will be
glad to till your order*.
Let iih «ii|i|ilj ynu nine wllh
OILS, TIKES, KM AM, (01111
BKFA1B8, KTC.
LOST Wrist wnKli. Wultham
ntovemenl. Hilver case. No. or cane.
:U7B2li4; No, of movement, 3S38570.
Finder plenso return to Herald office
nnd receive $5 reward. 23-lt
Hide an hone: t bicycle, mechanically perfect, highest grade nlckle
platfni* no copper, will not rust. It's
a MASSftv. Patmore Bros.
Eczema Wash
A touch of D, I). U. to any eoxemfl
Horo or Itching eruption und you'll be
able to runt und Hlnei> onco more.
Think—jiiHt u touch! I« lt worth trying? Get u trial hotlle today. Your
money buck If the first bottle doen not
relieve you. Sold by Cranbrook Drug
nnd Hook Co,
Cranbrook Dru# wi Book Co.
CHEVROLET '490'
CARLOAD JUST UNLOADED
$1075.0Ci   CRANBROOK
We have also one of the New
BABY GRAND CHEVROLET - $1675.00
Which is the Hit oi the Seasan.       Call and see il.
The. KOOTENAY Garage
AGENTS
PHONE   147
W.G&R.
COLLARS &
SHIRTS
Cannot be
Excelled in Quality
Style or
Workmanship
The Prices are very
Reasonable
f The
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T11AIU BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMIXTKIIS     AM)     IU.lI~il.R8
I'lirt'liasi-rs of Oulil. Silver. Copper nml l.eitil tires
I'r.iiluecrs nf (Jolil. Silver, ('upper. Hltteittmie, I'itt l.enil and
Spelter ".,'1)1*.AC" llranil. THE      ORANBROOK      ftfiilUMI
THURSDAY, JUNE 6th, MS
BOWSER'S RAPIER TUTS HP
PROVINCIAL GOVT'S BRCOBD
(Continued from page 2)
missing old and Irlod officials; tor
appionttng defeated Liberal candidates and others from other provinces to fat positions; f*>r Increasing
the cost ot" civil service until it consumes 25 per ccent of the revenue,
■whereas in the other provinces the
cost ot administration runs from 4 1-2
to 6 1-2 per cent only. The cost Is
being increased and yet the revenue
is not toeing collected, as for instance,
tlie tax sale that was held last fall to
recover $900,000 of taxes in arrears,
only brought in $100,000 and Hie cost
was $43,000, Prohibition was a Joke.
The administration of the prohibition
act was full Of scandals.
The government lias borrowed $7,-
000,000 and have authority to borrow
$7,000,000 more. "Wliere has the
money gone? Have you seen nny of
It? Has 11 gone on your roads? There
has been a large vole this year—$8,-
500,000- Dr. King's mystery vote-
to be spent lor revenue producing Improvements. Two months have gone
by—what Is being done? All the government is Joy-riding Instead of attending lo business and opening up
the country, so as to be ready for lhe
Increased business uf the reconstruction period.
He spoke a final word in regard to
the returned soldiers. "Everyone admits and everyone admires what our
men have done. None received greater honors than they or accomplished
more valorous deeds. Ours were not
professional soldiers, Thoy took up
their burden encouraged by tlieir women to go. We are proud of them.
British Columbia soldiers received a
large number of Victoria Crosses and
other medals. The only Vicctoiia
Cross for sailors to be given to a Canadian was to a British Columbian,
Lieut.-Com man der Burke, who lives
on the shores of Kootenay lake. We
should never forget what they have
done. And the soldiers on their pari
should not, ask too much, They must
not do anything that would lose them
the sympathy of the nation. The policy of his government was to re-establish tho returned men—give them
positions both small aud great that
they are capable of filling. The present government., he claimed, was not
sound on the returned soldier question, and the returned soldiers have
no confidence in them. Who has? In
eight bye-elections the government
have only had one straight supporter
returned aud he was opposed by an
Independent.
He made an appeal to the women.
It was his government that ordered
the vote taken which gave the vote
to the women. They had earned their
franchise aud the country almost
unanimously voted to give it to them,
They would vote for clean men, who
will elevate the public lire of thc nation. They were not so closely tied
to party and would put honest men In
parliament. He could rest his ;:aae
with them in confidence.
ADDRESS ANU PRESENTATION
TO MRS. K. BARRETT
The members of the G. I, A. to B.
of L. E. met together on Friday evening, May 80th, at the home of Mrs. J.
Roy to say good bye to Mrs. K. Barrett, who was leaving the city lo take
up hor residence in Vancouver.
A very enjoyable evening waB
spent In conversation and playing
cards. At 11 o'clock n dainty lunch
was served and at tlie close Mrs. Barrett was presented with a French
Ivory tray and clothes brush as a
small token ot appreciation, and the
following address read by the president, Mrs. J. Hoy:
Cranbrook, May .10, 1919.
Dear Sister Barrett:-—We have met
here this evening to bid you good bye
aad to wish you and yours every success In your new home. Wo say "good
bye" reluctantly, for you have won
ourhearts, and shown at ull times a
willingness lo further the cause of
our beloved Order. You have done all
that was possible In the lime you have
been with us. We reel our loss keenly, but hope and pray (Jod will spare
WANT ADS.
THE STAB SECOND  HAND  STORE
LUt oi Ha renin« this Week
We ore always at the other end of
Phone 9. For anything In the furnl
ture line—If you want to buy, sell or
exchange, ring Phone 9.
Piano, Classic, splendid  tone and
condition— $285.
SEWING    MACHINE—Drop head, In
splendid condition, great bargain,$18.
OAK    SIDEBOARDS — Good  range,
from $14 up.
OAK BUFFETT—$35.
Organ—nine stops, good tone, $14
GARDEN TENE—Good order;   $12.
CANADA   PRIDE   STEEL   RANGE—
Malleable steel,   good as   new, cost
$85; $50.
PARLOR SUITE—:! pieces, cost $85;
$35.
PERFECTION OH, STOVE—3 burners, with oven, good as new; $23.
PERFECTION OIL STOVE—2 burners, wtth oven; $11.
you many years to do Ills will as you
have done in thu past. We trust you
will accept this small token of apprc-
lallon from your sisters of .Selkirk
Division No. 471.. Cranbrook, IV ('.,
Hid may it recall tlie many pleasant
events that have transpired during
your sojourn with us.
Signed   iu   behalf  of  officers    and
members of Selkirk Division, No, 47*1:
Mrs. J. T. Sarvis,
Mrs. G. M. Barney,
Mrs. A. H. Johnson,
Committee.
Mrs. Barrett responded In a lew
words, thanking the Division and re-
gretlng having to leave so many
friends. At midnight all joined hands
and sang "For she is a jolly good fellow." Alter wishing Mrs. Barrett
prosperity and happines in her new
home, everyone dispersed to their several homes.
ADDRESS AM) PRESENTATION
TO MRS. 1). E. m KPHV
Mrs. D. Murphy, a charter member
or Selkirk Division No. 478 of the G.
1. A. lefi on the noon train Monday,
June 2nd, for Vancouver,   Several of
Hie members were there to hid her
good bye mid to present her with tllfl
following address and a string of
Whitby Jet as a small token of remembrance:
Cranbrook, May :t0, 1919.
Dear Sister Murphy:—The officers
and members of Selkirk Division No.
472, wish to convey lo you their great
regret lu your departure from the
city, and wish you and yours every
blessing in your new home. As a
charter member we value your fraternal love and friendship during tlie
past years, and feel that you always
stood for all thut was highest and
best. We shall miss you at the meetings aud we say good bye reluctantly, dear sister. We trust you will accept this token of appreciation from
us, and hope you will not forget the
sisters of Selkirk Division No. 473, G.
1. A. to B. of L. E., Cranbrook, B. C.
Signed iu behalf of officers and
members of Selkirk Division,
Mrs. J. T. Sarvis.
Mrs. A. II. Johnson.
Mrs. G. M. Barney,
Committee.
Selkirk Division regrets the loss of
ttiese two members, trusting their departure to their new homes will meet
with every success.
veal lhe gulf or hell. Some of the
young an- going to lie drastic in their
uttltudo, because only this repulsion
will give them Uie driving force of
hope fo rilie future—the future they
must help to make. "New limes de-
maud new measures and new men."
Whlor visions and stronger loyalties
are required to fashion a more beautiful aud a more helpful world. It
was a hard saying, but the truth, that
the world the passlnis generation had
part in making was not good enough
tor tho new generation to be born
into, li is for the young to determine
whother tho pain:; the world has recently endured are to prove the birth
pangs of a new era of reason and
good will; whether the words Peace
and Ro-Constructlon are to stand for
a new creation or will they be only
fresh paint on Ihe rotten timbers or
the old world. The young will have
to grip liiiit body, mind and spirit if
they wilt prove equal to their big task
and golden opportunity. Personal
piety will bo a guarantee of material
success. "It is you, Young Canada,
thai must bring In a new Canada and
a new World; if you refuse to
launch out on this new construction
adventure ynu will be slackers and
deserters."
MORE MEMBERS WANTED FOR
THE U A. TO TIIE G. W. V. A.
The second annual meeting of the
L. A. lo the G. W. V. A. wns held In
the Veterans' rooms on Tuesday evening, June 3rd, Mrs. John Laurie In the
chair. The election of officers for the
following year resulted as follows:
Mrs. Laurie re-elected president hy
acclamation; Mrs. W. Wolfer, vice-
president; Mrs. Geo. Smith, secretary;
nnd Mrs. Sneddon, treasurer. The
following were elected directors:
Mrs. W. Keade, Mrs. Scheufield. Mrs.
Parker and Mrs. Adlard.
The Auxiliary would like to have
more emmbers as more ot our heroes
are returning every day and It is the
duty of every woman to do her share
in working for the boys who have
fought so bravely for us. Badges are
being sent for which lt ls hoped to
have next meeting.
."Heller -tile" Contract a Hummer.
lu an Intervlow with Manager
Wetheroll of the Hex theatre It was
staled that it would ho next to impossible to enter into such a percentage
agreemonl as was necessary to bring
"The Better 'Ole" to Cranbrook. It
was a venture to say the least, but
with tho fine performances in all and
realizing its worth as the greatest
success in tlie history of British productions It is more than worthy of
every effort to make it successful,
The prices as set by the company are
in keeping with those ut Fernie and
al of tbe smaller cities and far below
those charged during the first few
weeks of fls city runs.
Old BUI, Bert and Air, the three famous cartoon characters of Captain
Bruce B; irnsfathers, are famous the
world over lu "Tlie Beicr 'Ole" they
arc brought lo, life in tlie most wonderful picture of the war. The secret
or tho story's wonderful fascination
Is its close and true analysis of tiie
spirit whicli animates the men in lhe
trenches, that spirit which keeps
them cheerful under condittoDns almost Indescribable, "The Beter 'Ole"
will do more than raise a laugh and
dim tho eyes with tears, it will make
the people at home understand why
the great war was fought to a bitter
finish. *'The Better 'Ole" Is a different story of the great war—there are
no thrilling battle scenes—no hand
to hand fighting—no artillery firing
—you see the daily routine life of the
lads who fought ro gallantly for victory.
The  Rex Theatre
REV. LYON MAKES STRONG APPEAL TO VOUNG CANADA
On Sunday evening Rev. H. M.Lyon
made a strong appeal to young Canada lo arise in all Its might and vigor
to help make the world better and in
so doing he did not wish to censure
too harshly the generation who lire
about to pass away. He spoke us
strongly a» be knew how to the young
people, and In doing so some things
he said might sound wild and Insolent to the older men and women, but
he hoped that tbey would not feel Insulted or unfairly criticised. Men
who were old in years were often
more generous and hopeful than the
young men. No one who hnd passed
noonday nnd had minds that were eagerly looking forward and spirits valorous and aflame with hope would resent what he had lo say. They would
realize thai ho spoke of those who
reproved an old world that must die
to give birth to a better and outworn
things thnt must be renewed or cast
away. Younger men and women are
learning to look back with disgust;
they cannot sec or understand how
anyone wus ever led to Imuglne that
the world wus standing nt the portal
of a golden age, for so suddenly did
thnt eusy upward path of slow nnd
sure social progress break off to re-
Maungement wishes ti call the attention of its patrons to the fact that the
several promises for still more pretentious film offerings have Bhaped
themselves to the realization that we
are scheduled with i.mny paramount
features—Arbuckle and Mack Sennet, comedies, of which our first offering Ib Friday, a-id Saturday being
Jack Plckford in Huck and Tern, or
the further adventures of Tom Saw
yer—a paramount picture.
Mrs. Walllnger has accepted i
steady position as vlolinht, which ls
Igreatly adding to the good mucic
along with Miss Ivy Bidder.
Our new tile flooring arrived some
iltle time ago for tho front and will
be laid ut the time of making a few
minor Improvements, Keep an eye on
tho Hex; wu are here to please our
patrons.
The attention of our subscribers in
arrears Is hereby drawn to that fact.
We know it is but an oversight,
WATER NOTICE
Divcr-fltii) mid Vm
Take Notice that Peter Webster
Bull, whose address is Skookumchuck,
B. C, will apply Tor a license to take
and use one cubic foot per second of
water out of Ta Ta Ore ok, which flows
easterly and drains Into Kootenay
River about two miles north or Wasa
Government bridge. The water will
be diverted from the stream ut a
point about sixteen rods from Ta Ta
Lake nnd will lie used for irrigation
purposes u[ion the land described as
Lot 0882, O. 1. K. D.
This notice wus posted on the
ground Oil the Mth duy of April, 1919
A copy of this notice and an appll-
■atiou pursuant thereto and to tho
'Water Act, 1914." will he filed in tllfl
>fftco of the Water Recorder at Cranhrook. 11. 0.
Objei tions io tlie application may
be filed with the said Water Recorder
or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings. Victoria. B. 0„ within thirty days after the
first, appearance or this notice in a
local newspaper,
Peter W. Bull,
Applicant.
The date of the first publication of
this nOticce Is June 5th, 1919.
THE GREAT CHEER
IP PICTURE
Extra. Special Announcement!
I'lii' IU-x Thi'iilri- Management hns completed negotiations
wllh the Monarch Film Co. for the presentation of the
(■rent London Film Success—
"THE BETTER O'LE"
(Tin- All Iliilisli I'i,Hindi,nn mi ii pcrrciitu|-c basts, for a two days engagement.
Friday and Saturday, June 13 & 14
Prices—Aiici/rs (soe,
THII 1'l.HF
I SAT.  MATINM.—ADDI.TS
lax ie)-  55C      < IIII.DHKN (81c, lax 4c)— 35c
OH-iIANCl.8 NIGHTLY al 7.8(1 and ll.lii
(81c. lax le)—8»c)    nilUHIKN (Uc, tax »c)—80o.
< OMN.KTi: MUSICAL SCORE HY H II, OIICIIKHTKA
NOTICE TO AMERICAN   CITIZENS
Infinite Tax  Return
The American Consul at Fernie has
heen informed that certain American
citizens resident within the consular
district have neglected to make the
Income Tax Return required of them
by the United States Revenue Act of
11)18. American citizens residing in
Canada are entitled to deduct from
income taxes due to the United States
the amount of Canadian income taxes
paid   Dominion  and   Province.    After
(his deduction lias been made, they
are liable to the American income lax
upon their net Income, regardless of
the fact that part or all ot It may have
been derived rrom sources iu Canada;
and severe penalties are incurred by
default.
A supply of the necessary forms to
make Income tax return have been
forwarded by the consul to the following correspondents, from whom
they may he secured by local parties;
List of Correspondents
M. P. Wetherell, Cranbrook,-B. 0.
H. V. Hope, Alnsworth, B. C.
Henry 0, Herr, Grand Forks, B. C.
E. ti. Buchanan, Nelson, B. C.
X. W. Burdett, Kimberley. B. C.
P. IS. Crane, Greenwood, B. C,
Wlm. E. Costello, Rossland. B. C.
J, P. MacFadden, Sandon, B. C.
Ivan DeLashmutt, Silverton, B. C.
B. A. Stimmol, Trail, B. C*.
S, O. Clark, Wycllffe, B. C.
?\om ttflf*n.>ttyH,.flfmMtjoy*n m^ftii n/j/Vw n^ftw i'</\^nfl
EDISON THEATRE *
DANCE   PROGRAM
Two Shirt Waist Dances
June llth & 25th
—From S to 12 p.m,—
FINAL FOB THK SEASON—
«!
MUSIC BY MRS. KIWOMISOVS ORCHESTRA
BEST FLOOR BEST MUSIC
Come and Hae a Oood Time
ADMISSION TO BACH DANCE -       50c   - I
f^s**A'.meJlti~aersiJU>.meJ)\mi mtJLi< tsttlts,  meJU'  m<Assweame\l^l
BIG DANCE- -JULY lst
From I) p.m. to 1 a.m.—
POH SALE—2 Second-hand <:iiov-
rolot cam in good order, cheap for
cash.   The Kootenay Rnrni-o.
LAND I.K.JISTJ.Y AIT
(Section 24)
III the matter ot Lot 1, Block 12,Town
of   Klmberley, Map  664, Kootenay
District
Proof having been filed in my office
of tlie loss of Certificate of Title No.
46CS-I, to the above mentioned Lot, ln
the name of John Donald Mason, nnd
being dated the 9th day ol August 1917
I hereby give notice of my intention
at the expiration bf one calendar
montii from tho first publication hereof to Issue to thc said John Donald
Mason a fresh Certificate of Title in
lieu of such lost Certlflcale. Any person having nny information with reference to such lost Certificate of Title
Is recpiested to communicate with tho
undersigned.
Dated at the I.nnd Registry Offico,
Nelson, B. C, Ihis 21nt day of Mny 1919
E. S. STOKES
District Roglstrar of Till™.
Date of first, publication May 29,
1919. 21-61
nil lit: ok tiik went
K.WTTKI)  IIIIOIIS
llrltl»1i.ColumMa.Mi.rte
Ilny nl Hume
Mackay,    Smith,    lllalr tt Co.
Vancouver, B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Effective June lst, 1919.   There will he a gineral-change in train
service.   Times for irnins at Cranhroolt will be:
No. 67
Dally
2:1.00
Lv    Medicine Hat   Ar
No. 68
Daily
6.15
2.80
l.v   Calgary   Ar
3.4..
9..19.
12.10
12.20
Lv   Lethbrldge   Ar
Lv   Fernie   Ar
Ar   Cranbrook  Lv'
Lv   Cranbrook   Ar
15.16
lii.r.r,
Ar   Klngsgnte   Lv
Kootenay Landing
2.00
18.4'i
16.15
16.0..
18,40
11.80
For fnrllier particulars apply to any ticket ngent.
J. E, PROCTOR. District Passenger Agent, Calgary.
QUEEN'S
UMVUSITT
KINGSTON,
Ontario
ARTS
Part of the Art, course may be covered bf
correspondence.
MEDICINE EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Mining, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical and Eleotrioal
Engineering
HUMID ICHOOL      MVIMMM ICHOH
July and August. December to April
26 .     OBO. V. CHOWM, Rcflatta-.
**A,''fAt"fAfmtAp tt'At''*t'At',»tiAt',tt<Ai" -*"\B
More Bread &
Better Bread
INTRODUCING
King's Quality Flour   *
Made from the BEST WHEAT
12,000 Barrels Dally
Produced by
MAPLE  LEAF MILUNfl  CO.
Largest Klour Milling Co. in
Canada
Bianch at Medicine Hat —
Medley Shaw Milling Co.
QWt»
Cranbrook Trading Co i •
AGENTS
^miryniii^iM .r\f,n ,ii\f,m stytm.mry^misst^
&
Second International
Mining
Convention
Nelson, B.C., June 19th,
20th, 21st
Nineteen hundred and nineteen
Under the auspices of tiie Nelsson. Slocan and Eastern British
Columbia Mining Association, and assisted by the Canadian Mining
Institute, ttie American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical
Engineers, the Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, the City of
Nelson anil the Nelson Board of Trade.
PROGRAMS
Tlie program will include addresses by eminent authorities on
mining and ore treatment and by successful prospectors.
ENTERTAINMENT
On the program of entertainment will be a Banquet, at which well
known orators will speak, dancing, smoking concert, automobile trips,
launch trips on tlie lake.   Special arrangements for entertainment of
visiting ladies.
During the Convention there will be a Joint session of the C. M. I.
and tiie A. I. M. M- E., nlso tiie institution of a Branch of the C. M. I.
for tho Interior.
J. J. MALONE,
President.
MEIl A. ATABKEY,
Manager.
Delegates will purchase one fare first class tickets, obtaining from
Agent nt the time of purcchnse a standard certificate, to comply with
the rule when issuing Convention rntcB.
DON'T MISS
Hearing the Wonderful Silver-Throated
Starr Phonograph
or EDISON'S Re-CREATED MUSIC
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
W. J. ATI'HIHON, Mp.
llu; Phone U>
mkiu i-hoM nt
NOTIIX TO t'ONTHACTOKN
FOR SALE
.'I nrres clour, to town) 2*i
acri's cleared, 2 acres In crop—
iill'iilfn. rye ami oats, Kooseberry
blackcurrants nml raspberry
IiiisIh's nml twelve crab apple
trees, Mill roots rhubarb.
•', roonieil plastered house, chl*
eken house aud 12,1 chickens.
Hani for three head ol cattle.
flood well water. Property
all paf(c wire fenced.
Price f I Hill on easy terms.
For further particulars apply
Beale & Elweli
IRANBROOK, B-€.
Scaled Tenders, superscribed "Ten-
| der for Uick-up at Yahk" will be received by the Honorable the Mlnis-
I ter of Public Works up to 12 o'clock
noon of Tuesday tlie 24th day of June
11)19, for tho erection and completion
of a Lock-up at Yahk ln the Electoral
| District of Cranbrook, B. C,
Plans and specifications, etc., can
I now be seen at the office of N. A. Walllnger, Esq., Government Agent   at
Cranbrook, or the Department of Pub-
| lie Works, Victoria.
lowest or any tender not necessar-
[ liy accepted.
A. B. Foreman,
Public Works Engineer.
| P. W. D. tZ-H
Victoria, ft. €., Mar Mill Ull.

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