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 ritOBINClAL LIBRARY
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   ii
CHAMUIOOK, B.C, FRIDAY, MAY 111Is. 1988
\ r m li i: it   u
CLEF CLUB Orchestra Dance
AT AUDITORIUM     -     DANCING 10 to 2    -    WEXTLEMENi 91.00;   LADIES 50c
Last Sunday Evening Concert of Season at Auditorium, May 20 at 8.30 p.m.
Wednesday May 16th
REFRESHMENTS
See Further Announcement next week
Comic Opera
Gets Full House
"H. iH. S. Pinafore"   Mlvon by
IsIiinIciiI Society Prove*
Hip Attraction
■man loses life in
accident last week
at   lumberton
Tim inUmlnation ot many weokfi
hopes und IVniH nn ttit) unit of ihose
conuedtod with llio Musical Society
(iniiu lost Friday and Saturday, in
tho prosoutntlxni ot lhe Qtlbort nnd
Sullivan com la opera, "ii. M. s. l'ln-
aforo." Much pulnatukiiig effori hud
boon put Into thu production nnd the
result waa happily another signal tn-
nraph for home talent. Thoro wan
vory Utile room left In llio hall at
etthor of the evening performances
anil on Sat unlay afternoon a good
crowd ot kiddies with a Bprinkllng of
grown-ups were In attendance.
Few people not familiar with the
work connected with staging u production of tula kind realize the amount of energy that has to be expended, the details that have to he attended to, and itho difficulties that
havo to be overcome, to carry it
through. Fortunately in Mr. Q. E.
Bower, the director and conductor,
1 lie musical society has a leader
whoso experience has apparently
made it second nature with him, and
liis resourcefulnes and uttentlon to
detail, while still carrying the whole
scheme of the opera In mind, wero
very largely responsible for tlie addition of so many little touches, or little
consequence by themselves, but contributing In a very definite way to
thu ultimate success of the occasion,
with the assistance of others who
wero responsible for the special nautical scenery painted for the occasion, the stage arrangements, tile costumes , tlie making up and lighting
arrangements, there was little left
undone to complete the utmost effect,
ami tlie gratifying measure of appreciation extended at both evening performances must have made Mr.
Bower, tlie members of the Orchestra,
as well the principals aud chorus,
feel that their work Intel not been
altogether in vain.
"H. M. S. Pinafore" is one of the
most popular operas of its kind, am!
abounds in rich Brltiish humor. At
the performance ou Saturday evening,
which was uiuloubternl the best of
tlie three presentations, the audience
were quick to grasp the development
of the i|uasl-humorous situations, and
to appreciate the quips am! quiddities
WhfOh abound iu tlio opera, Heightened by the proper jostnre or inflection
of the voter. The principals all entered into the spirit of tlie piece witli
real zest, aud the spirited work of
the chorus gave a solid background
to the performance. The whole wns
well set off by the orchestra of the
Musical  Xoeiely which did extremely
will, and many ol the pints for this
had been filled in by Mr. Itower. tbe
conductor,
Tho honors of the evening belong to
Mr. A. Uuworih, who ns Sir Joseph
Porter, K. C, l\„ first lord of the nd-
uiiriilty. made a first rate landsman-
sailor, who badii'l even been to sea
enough to get tanned like ibe crew of
the Pinafore and Who was so down on
strong language, n is unnecessary
to say thut Mr. Huworth is no strnn-
ger   to   stage   productions.      m»
finished acting told this for Itself,
ami many rich touches were put on
which heightened the effect immous-
nnibly. lie w;is nldy seconded by
his first cousin Hebe, in the person ot
Mrs, A. Ahhwortli. und Ihe retinue Of
"sisters, minis, and cousins, whom he
reckoned by the dozens," tho ladlM
of the chorus.
Mrs M IVrresl. as Josephine, the
captain's daughter, made a complete
■U00M of ht r pari, :is Ihe holy who
w. | lamenting the fact thai she loved
below her station, only to find Ihnl
by n cruel ICOldenl of Tale, it mi she.
and iM ibe member of the crew, who
loved above thOlr station. Mrs. Tor-
rest wns in iplendld voice, and her
hoIok richly deserved lhe emorcs en
ihusiasihally accorded her.
Mrs. iv w. wniis. as "Little Duller
cup." had a dfltlcuH (nr;, bul dissent
bled well quite literally. The devel
opuient of the pM centered round her
very largely, ami her dear diction
nnd clever acting meant much to lhe
audience. Front Ibo time of her entry on deck with the basket of miscellany to tempt the sailors' fancy, lo
tho happy denouement following the
confession of her "long concealed
crime," Mrs. Willis sustained her exacting pari well, and won much applause.
On Friday afternoon last Harry
Berry lost bis lire ut the B. 0. Spruce
Mills plant at Lumberton, under peculiar circumstances that will never
he properly known. He bad only
been working there ror a short time,
and was assigned to work at the fuel
pit where the sawdust Is conveyed
from Ihe mill prior lo being used as
fuel, lt Is surmised that Ihe unfortunate man was overcome by an aOOU
mutation of sawdust falling ou him
from above and being pushed down
ou his hack was unable to extricate
himself. No one was aware that
anything was amiss until the evening
when he did not return homo and his
wifo sent Inquiries on foot. Search
was Immediately made, nnd he wus
found ln the sawdust pit but life had
then been extinct for some time.
Dr. MacKinnon, tbe coroner was
summoned from this city und at the
Inquest subsequently held a verdict
of accidental death was returned.
A pathetic feature, of the sad occurrence lies iu the fact that the
victim of the mishap had only just
dome to Lumberton from Pincher
Creek, Alta., with his wife and family,
his parents still residing in tho Alberta town.
The officers of the local corps of
the Salvation Army deal re to thank
all those wlio made donations or in
any way assisted In tbe Self Denial
Campaign. Among the donations received was that of $20.00 from the
Knights of Pythias. The proceeds of
the lag day were flSO.00. The effort
was in every way a success and trust
that all those who have given will in
return share Ibe joys of self sacrifice.
Mr. F. G. Marsh, wlio was in command of the "Pinafore", aud who, just
as Ihe crew said, made a "right good
captain, mo," carried his part well
as Captain Corcoran, and suffered
his relegation to tbe fo'csle through
the revelations of Buttercup, quite
philosophically, us well as his downfall from the use of a common expletive. Italpli Rackslrnw, the amorous
seaman, who thought he loved above
his station, and found out be didn't,
had a strenuous part, hul Mr. H. Collier rose lo the occasion well, and in
song nud action, filled his part splen-
lidly. Quite different In nature was
he part of Mr. A. Shankland who wns
"Dick Deadeye," the "irinngulor''
misfit of the crew, nnd a veritable
misoiogist—against everything, His
objecllnnablo sentiments led to tht
■rew finally taking action against him
ami throwing him unceremoniously
down the hatchway. It was an unusual part, and the nolo and quartette
work in connection with the other
principals called Ut some difficult
interpohitlvo singing. Mr. J. L.
Palmer, wns BUI Bobatey, the ha'sun,
and mnde a first class petty officer on
board ship. The part ot Boh Beckett,
tlio carpenter's mate was taken by
Mr. A. Ashworth.
No little credit is due to Mrs. II F.
Helmslng, who had *he arduous work
0( accompanying lu hand, ami acquitted herself so ably. She was well
supported by members of the orchestra, which certainly made itseir nn
indispensable ndjuiul to the perform-
nnc.
Miss Marguerite Otven the midship*
mini was on hand to give a pretty
exhibit Ion of tho sailors' hornpipe—
after lhe sailors had themselves—nnd
ihe general Impression was lltut there
could well have been more of it. As
It was the mtdHhtpmlle wiih recalled
io give the daiiro over again.
BnOOree were frequent all through
ihe performance, all the principals
meeiiug wiih due appreciation tn their
pgrtg, The atmosphere of (tie piece
was bright and rollicking and Ihe
humor cnntngloua.
A pretty finale was stitgart nt Iho
lonuiluslon of the evening perform-
ance ou Saturday, when hoqncis and
oilier tangible signs of appreciation
were forthcoming in a pretty selling
and presented to the ladles for Ihe
good work accomplished. Mr. N. A.
Wulllngcr, on behalf of Ihe Musical
Society, extended the thanks of those
connected with the organization for
the suppbrt which had been given
them and bespoke for any further
production which might be put on
the hearty support of tbe people of
Cranbrook. He also congratulated
Mr. O. E. Dower on the success of the
performances, and felt that, the society was to he congratulated In having a man of his ability lo direct
their activities.
"PINAFORE" PERFORMERS GATHER AT SOCIAL
TIMK LAST SATURDAY
FU'iisiuit A Hernial li   ut    Cninlirook Hotel When Members
mid Friends Are Entertnlneil
Saturday evening after the performance of the Musical Society at the
Auditorium those taking part in
II. M. S. "plnatore" und a rew friends
repaired to the Cranbrook Hotel where
they were given "shore leave" us It
were and all enjoyed themselves like
a bunch of right Jolly lars. Seals
were taken al the banquet tables lu
(he dining room of tlie hotel, anil little tlmo wus lost by the guests in
their endeavour to satisfy the appetite
Hint the arduous trip of two nigjits
and one afternoon on the worthy ship
"Pinafore" hud developed, during
which "consumpt Ion" seemed to be
the only sickness contracted,
After Justice had been done the good
things provided, Mr. Ted Cooper was
called upon to act as toast master for
the ufterdinner speaking. Those taking the principal parts iu the performance as well as those who assisted
iu other ways were called upon to sny
a few words. All the speakers were
unanimous that they had enjoyed the
work of the season, and had been sufficiently repaid for whatever effort
they had put forth, by the knowledge
that such efforts had met with success.
Many were the compliments paid
the musical director Mr. G. B. Bowor
who was declared by all to lie the right
■nun in the right place.
Mr. A. Raworth who took the difficult role of the First Lord of the Admiralty, and who through much experience In presentations of (his kind
(Mild be considered competent to
judge, claimed thnt the society hud
nothing to be ashamed of in the manner In which the play had been put on.
Mrs. P. W. Willis who through her
perfect ucting fn the role of "Little
Buttercup" also got such a favorable
reception, and who likewise bus had
experience in similar presental Ions,
also complimented the society on the
manner In which lhe play had been
put on. Mr. Arthur Shankland, the
villlnnous "Dick Deadeye" expressed
the pleasure tlml the work had been,
and also paid a high tribute lo the u-
blllty or Mr. Bower.
Mrs. M. Forrest, Mrs. A. Ashworth,
Mr. H. Oolller. Mr. J. L. Palmer, Mr.
F. G. Marsh and Mr. A. Asbwortr all
taking principal parts in the opera,
gavo pleasing responses, each being
saluted with an appropriate chorus by
the company. Mr. "Bill'" Smith who
was speaking between voyages so to
speak nlso spoke.
Mrs. H. F. Helmslng us pianist for
tho orchestra was highly complimented nml thanked for her untiring efforts
iu connection with the performance.
Mrs, Helmslng in acknowledging
the expression of appreciation said
she had considered the work u pleasure.
Mr. nml Mrs. C. O. Staples who were
good enough to assist the society in
looking after the making up of the
performers oame in for a large measure of praise. Mr. Staples inrespnnd-
Ing drew attention to what was lu his'
opinion the wonderful work of the or-i
hestrn, It having a very Important j
bearing on the success of the performance. .
Mrs. T. A. Wallace as leader of Iho
dancing suitably responded to calls
for a speech. Miss Woodland who
was voted the prettiest »>f Ihe "sisters
and minis nnd cousins" had lo l>ny
the penalty with n short address. Mrs.
il. Poller who made up Ihe ladles for
the matinee performance said she
thought the sight of her creations
sufficient recompense.
Mr. (1. !■:. Bower being culled on for
a few remarks was presented wiih n
beautiful nugget Bob from lbe society,
in grateful appreciation of his work.
In responding. Mr. Bower said ho wns
grateful fur this token of their appro*
ijgllon and lhe kind sentiments expressed. He intimated his willlng-
nesH lo continue lo serve the Musical
Society If they were willing tn put up
wllh what he referred lo us Ihe two
sides of his nature—hut he need have
no fear on that score, Il is evident.
The press was represented by L. I'
Sullivan of ihe Courier nnd R. Poller
of Iho Herald both reserving their
comments tor their respective publications.
Mr. P. W. Willis as costumier and
official promptor claimed ho had been
speechless all day so well did they
know their parts.
Mr. W. G. Thompson' one of the
originators of the orchestra was pleased at the expressions of approval of
the work of that unit of the society,
Fred Burgess is
New City Clerk
Council Voles to Adhere to De
eKion  Au'iiinoi  Proceeding
With Swimming Pool
IMPFIUNG WORK OF
COLLECTING EGOS FOR
LOCAL FISH HATCHERY
Thursday night's session m iiy
ty council was not of the mosl ti
null nature. About Dfty or s
people were piosent, and look au
tivo Interest in the proceedings,
eluding a (jteod number of ladles,
was earl/ apparent thai the Bpe
tors were not altogether in harm
with some of tiie council und Its
chrls. The meeting lasted three
a half hours, ihe large portion of
Misjj iiiiletl   Loettl   "Sportsmen'
Ho move Imps Set To ditch
Spinviifuir Fish
time being token i.p with protests
from tho spectators on anions if the
aldermen or superintendent, and when
the onlookers were not raising objections the aldormen were.
After tho reading of [lie minutes
and their adoption, au opportunity
was given for delegations lo he htnrd
and Rev. Father Murphy presented u
pet ii ion profiting against the Imposition of ihe taxes on the ohureb property by the council, claiming thai
previous councils had nol done so.
This claim was supported by Mr. .1.
.A. Genest. It was explained by the
city clerk that the action of the council was governed hy the recent autil-
orlznllon of tho supreme court. Aid.
Bronsdon considered thu! lhe proper time for Bitch a protest was hBf-
oro the court of revision . Al the
suggestion of the mayor the matter
was laid over for   consideration.
F. M. MncPhoraon, repreacstlug ihe
Rotary Club, Introduced a delegation from that body, culling upon
W. F. Attridge Io preselni I heir cast..
Mr. Attridgo staled they were thoro
as a body to Inquire why tha council
had altered their recVlcllaSqapu o
had altered their decision regarding
tbo procedure of tho Park By-law, il
being understood hy them thai Hie
Intention to build a park had Included a swimming pool, iu accordance
wiih lhe action of tool year's   council
and, the vote of lhe-pe.on'e. lie also suggested the creation cf a park
hoard, to consist possibly- of mem
hers from the hoard of Iraile. women's institute and other societies. Ho
considered Uial Bomothling better
that the Shonamoo'mowowlotsin tin
than the chinamen's creek should lie
provided Tor the children In which to
swim. The mayor staled In reply
thai the council had acted on ihe advice nnd decision of iheir BUporln-
teudant, wlio claimed that it was
not possibly to gel tile concrete to
standi and ii was nol their intention
to throw away lhe people's money.
Ten thousand dollars was to he spent
for tho park, and the lowest esUmnto
of the engineer for the pool was
eight thousand. Mr. Attridge claimed It was practical to build the pool,
and it would cosl aboul three thousand.
Aid. Bronsdon    desired  to correct
any  Impression thai  lhe council had
(Continued on Pugs 5)
A remarkably poor brand of sportsmanship ou lhe pari of some local
fishormen came to light last week-end
in connection with the efforts being
made by tho Cranbrook Rod & Gun
i luii io establish n fish hatchery to
provide young fry to restock the flailing waters or the district. Mr. Ryder
who has the work in hand fur the
Cod and Gun Club, had placed imps on
ihe crook nt Munroe Luke a day or two
previous, and visiting them a little later found ihem with fish In, but
decided to leave them a duy or two
longer vhen they would be in better
condition, nnd there would be more
available. lu the meantime some
anglers came along aud removed the
nets, never replacing them again so
other fish might be kepi, and releasing what fish were there ready to
spawn. This wasted all Mr. Ryder's
offorts, and Instead of some sixteen
thousand ogp;a which he hud expected
to get, ho was only able in get about
four thousand by working up the creek
when ho discovered tlie removal of
his i raps.
Officials and members of the Rod
and Gun feel much Incensed ai the occurrence, und having more than a
suspicion who tho culprits are, will
take steps to make sure thut ir it happens again Ibe offenders Will be given
what tlie law allows. It is just possible that thoy did nol realize what
they wore doing, but thai is not felt
to he sufficient excuse for not putting
tho Imps hack.
Xti: Ityder has had good success 111
his work of collecting the eggs tor
putting In the hatchery, and the project is progressing well, in spite or
BOtbucks of tliis nature. There is a
good ileal of travelling to he done b)'|
Mr. Ryder In visiting the
FIRE AT SLATFHVILLi:
CALLS  BRIGADE  01
EARLY ON SA'ITIM
got
there     Tho
I    s
vlng the ad-
Mr.
Carson,  w! o
bet
room   at   the
ia
scape with s
aw
re of the tire
i d<
anything. As
On Saturday morning at 1,30 In response to mi alarm turned In from
Slatervllle, the fire brigade made a
hurried Tun across the track where a
seven room two storey house owned
by Mr. Ed. Carson was brightly Illuminating the night. Apparently before being discovered by Mr, Hamilton, who was passing by, the fire had
gained such headway that the savin8
of the building was Impossible, the
Inside being completely gutted by the
time the brigade
firemen succeeded 1
jueent buildings.
was sleeping In a
rear, had only time
r«w clothes, being u
till it was too late t
is generally known tlie wul
Slatervllle is iu such R
thai even witli the city for
ed on full lhe pressure at I
was hardly sufttclonl to throw a
stream ten feel In the air. Slaier-
vllle is QUtSldO lhe city limits and the
city doe« not accept the responsibility
ror the conditions of tlie mains there
The loss was covered by insurance on
the building for $750 and |760 on tiie
contents.
To reach lhe house it was necesary
to lay 700 net of hose
would materially roduc
The property adjoining
j. Crowe was damaged t-» tin
of $10.
The run to Slatervllle was I
den trip of the brigade undo
brook's new fire chief, Mr
Adams.
■ Two Hold up Men
Are Remanded
Foreigners WliQ Relieved Mai
m' $11711 Lust Thursday
Are Being Held
zlc
tin
in Itself
pressure
I by Mr
e extent
tlie malar ('ran-
ANSI'RKit OF PHONE
LINK   TO   CONNECT
THROUGH TO BANFF
(Special  lo  the  Herald)
lnvermere. B.C., May I*. — Information  from reliable sources states the
Qovernment   have   made   the   necess-
reeks andiHry appropriation fofr tre extension
What with accidents and hold up*
Lumberton has had Its name kept
well before the public for the last
week. On Thursday afternoon John
M.ib'diuo was i4- mlng in from one of
the Lumberton camps, when two men
possibly figuring it would be easier to gel BOtue money thai way than
from the local banks, held him up
about three miles from Lumberton
.ml knocking him down relieved hfm
f $370.00 and three bonk books, and
also fired sum-' Bhbts to intimidate
their victim With his money gone
John pro< ceded to Lumherioii, where
•A\o alarm was given and (he police
were soon on the trail of ihe holdup men.
Constable Duncan of the provincial
police who was on the scene from
Cronbrdok about one hour after the
hold-up, with t'orpl. Wilson of the
it. c M. v., appointed special oon-
Btoblea who kept a sharp lookout lor
the gunmen. Late on Thursday
night dojostoble Noes encountered
two suspects on the OL P. H. tracks
some distance from the scene of the
holdup, and ordered them to put up
Ida, Hue man complied, but
the other made off into the bush.
When the officer was stout to place
the man who had surrendered under
arrest, u shm was fired from the bush
ind iu the exchange of shots between
the constable ' the bandits ooth
men got away.
The following
oraa received b;
a wounded mar
tracks about si
brook and city
lakes, and members of the Rod und
Pun Cthh have been very willing to
assist  with the transportation.
II Is stated by J. P. Gulmont, secretary of the club, thut word has been
received making Fish Lake und the
contributory creek closed for fishing
purposes, so ft can be kept for collecting eggs for propagation purposes.
It wns expected that notices to this
effect would be posted up this week.
on receipt of word from Victoria.
AMATEUR  HASKMALL
LEAGUE OPENS SEASON*
WITH ROUBLE HEARER
of their East Kootenay telephone!
system from lhe local centre here to]
pass over the Ha tiff Windermere'
| mt^Pffay ;;.«. '.j,,..-.. ■. .,, **i«;h
ambitious summer city of the mountains. A further appropriation has
been passed for the extension of the
system south from this point to connect at Wusa with the lines o( the
Kootenay Telephone Company, Limited. Work on both these extensions
will shortly be commenced and It is
hoped will be completed before the
close of the season.
Mr. W. Steward also spoke for the
orchestra.
Mr. R G. Marsh claimed that lathe
afternjoon "Dear Little Buttercup*'
had dropped one of the polonies she
was selling aud it hit her ou the ankle.
Mr. \V. t*. Adlnrd for ibe visitors in
tho banquet expressed tholr pleasure
al being prlvelegcd lo bo present, nnd
now as a citizen of Fernie he extended
a welcome to the society lo come to
his new home town where he thought
tho play would he well received. Mrs.
Hogarth D8 hostess complimented the
BOOlety und agreed with tho Idea of
them going to Fernie.
W, A. Ourton who had been responsible for the special scenery nnd
lighting arrangements, aim came in
for due appreciation, as did also L. P,
Sullivan, who MS'stet] with the stage
uiTuiigemenls.
LOST
Shetland Vony, sorrel gelding, 4 leel liiirh, stoeky
neek, clipped inline, short
liusliy lull. . Struyeil from
Wyellffe on Tnesdny m'ler-
noon.
Finder please return lo
Wycliffe or notify ..
Chester Staples
— REWARD —
Tbe Amateur Baseball League got
under way on Wednesday of this
week when game.! were playd both
afternoon and evening nt Ibe Bull
Park. Owing to tbe late formation
of Ihe league the c'nbfl who were entered had not had sufficient time to
g it their teams iti shape, making an
interchange of players necesary. ninny of them being oui for the first
time. While none or the three tennis
arc playing iu such form as would
warrant them challenging the New
York Giants, there were some bright
spois In the Rames on Wednesday, giving promise of interesting developments as Ihe schedule proceeds.
The initial game was between the
High School and the Y. M. ('- A.. W.
II. Wilson, president of the league,
pitched tie first ball, and the games
were Oil.      Grady started In Iho box
for the y, with Kay catching The
High boys started right nut after Grady and plied up four before be had aj
chance to settle down, McLean, Wilson. Musser and Finley scoring. For
lhe High School Musser was pitching
and 13, Hogrrth cuughl. In the first
Innings, the Y scored when Grady got
iu on MacKinnon's bit to first. The
second paged without any scoring. In
thO third tbe High School added iwo
I more, when llogurtb am) Musser scored on hits.    Tbo V, replied by count*
' Iiik two also, Grady ami Logan getting over the plale. Tli? fourth passed scoreless, only six men racing the
pitchers. The High scored three
more In the fifth, when Hogarth. Wilson and Finley circled the bases, und
the Y came buck with another single
count. Davis, McLean, Hogarth and
Musser scored the last runs for the
High School, making the final score
18—4, The Y boys put up a game
battle without a number or their regular men, and promise to make their
nexl encounter with the High School
Interesting-    Walter Kay rjfereed,
1    Box Score—
| High     4 0 2 0 3 4-13
|Y. M. C. A	
COMPLETING ROAR TO
(JIVE ANOTHER ROUTE
TO WINDERMERE
(Special to The Herald)
lnvermere. B.f'.. May 9th. —
announced the provim i.ii government
have let contracts for sections of the
main provincial highway which connects with the Banff-Windermere
mad between Canal Flat bridge over
the Kootenay river and Mud f'reek;
also that portion across ths Kootenay
Indian reserve within tho Windermere
district. Further changes are now
under way south of the Kootenay River bridge, a new road being constructed entirely) which leaves the
present road nt Sheep Creek and
branches westerly to its mouth where
It will cross lbe Kootenny River by
u bridge now being built. After
crossing tho Kootenay River it con-j
tlnues down the west side to a point
about Opposite to VWa when ir re-
crosses the river to Us eastern side
nfordliig two menus of main entrance]
to Cranbrook. It ih confidently ex-!
peeled thai all this work will be completed before the opening of the
Banff-Windermere Highway.
... Information
tl j ollce that
b*-en <i mi on th«
t of Cnra-
    He* cc-.i.st.-.sie Johnston and CorpL WIukhi *f tbe Mo-tnt-
■ I  Police went .da m3»,
wounded   in  tl     leg gfri     " a
name ot Thoma   Mnrf ink.     He lit alleged to he out    f the men wonted,
girinj    Sjn ■ !  op  »f7»a   ate . I
u pita I   ft     *■ nti tent      W„~
found he had d    arded his gun and
was quite spent   r <m lis wound
It was felt th; th r moa wan
ted would try t .-.„-•,; hit *•»>" ba^k
w Spokane, win ■ bad torn*- from
with   his   comp; -a   thi   holdup.
and accordingly a sharp lookout was
kept  in tint,  direction.      He was  finally located the next day at a siding
the other side of Yahk. on his way to
ler, and put under arrest by
Constable Laird of VoWt   and Gregory Tl:••:.:&- of M'yie. acting as special constable.     He gave his name as
Cboe. Matosek.     Tlie prisoners bave
.       'already heen formally arraigned be-
'fore the magistrate, and the case re-
manded  to await the appearance of
the wounded prisoner in court.
About $:.00 of the money lost has
been recovered. Constable Duncan
was acting under difficulties in the
rase, owiiip to the fact that the complainant i- ;. Macedonian, speaks poor
Knglish. and was only able io furnish
meagre descriptions of his assailant*.
Hut the promptness of the police waa
responsible for the arrests being
mode within a very short time. Had
the men got a belter start it is doubt-
t>i\ it ihey would have been located
on tlie meagre descriptions furnlsred.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
TO HOLD BIG DISTRICT
MEETING ON SUNDAY
A large and enthusiastic gathering
of the members of the Knights of
Columbus from Spokane. Fernie and
Kelson as well as ihe members of the
cranbrook Council, Is expected to take
; leu o on Sunday next, the main pro-
to  he   hePI   ul   the  Audito-
Tbe evening game drew a lafgei
crowd, tho city team twins up again ii
lhe High School.     W. C   Wilson pit-
<died for the laltcr with M r h.Mn 1  ■*"•■»■      " '* expected that those at-
the  but.  and   Doc.   Huffman  p.
and   Kenwood  catching  for  the  clly.j
tending will arrive on the Kast and
\'.'..• trains on Baturday and about
i hitiy candidate! will he Initiated during tho ceremonial or the following
day.
fkt olghl o'clock on Sunday morning
the candidates and members of the
Order will attend St. Mary's Church
io receive Holy Communion. At
9.30 after roll rail. Die first degree
In] will bo exemplified by the Nelson
Council.     At 1 p. m. the second de-
Hlgh School   8 0 0 12 6 o-io-aren will bo put on by Fernie Council,
City    2800000 — 4j to be followed by the ihtrd degree.
One pleasant feature of the games At 7.?.o p. m. there will be a ban-
was the nbsene of wrangling, The quet tendered to all members of the
attendance wns not as large n* those I Knights of Columbus nnd (heir lady
Interested In the league would linve friends. At this lime there will ha
liked, nnd It Is hoped tlml Ibo future a few addresses by notable members
1 0 2 0 1 0— 4 games will draw larger crowds. -of tho order who will he attending.
each team scored twice in the first,
j ud the clly drow ahead in the kecontl
v:th two mote McDoni! 1 for do
!-..rh School u 'oed one In the fourth.
11. vis ami MtUW iwo in il* ■ fi!\.i, nnd
lu the sixth they piled up five more,
n tiklitg the final counl 10 ■. The
r-vi-nlli was scoreless. V . 11. WlWon
umpired and ple-c-d no ravorit
his derisions.      Box Si   ■■■
EVERYBODY'S COMING TO
Cranbrook's Victoria Day Celebration May 24th
mntia auspices «. w.v.a. PAGE  TWO
THE  CKANHltOOK  HERALD
Friday, May Ulli, 1083
FBOM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
(tl It CONTEMPORARIES
it iiia'KAi
OISKI.YKN
inloroBlliig exanin
ell    la
A YOUNG GIKI.'S SIGHT
Is a very precious Ihtng. It
should not 1m neglected If alio
complains of headaches. The
chances are they aro caused by
detective eyesight. We can remedy all such troubles quickly hy
providing Just tlie right hind nt
glasses that Will enablo her lo
see belter and to dispense w
tho headaches. Our service
up-to-daio and our charges aro
fair.
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers und Optloln.ll!
nkxt TO Tin: I'OST nn h i:
Cbe CranbrooK herald
Published Every Friday
V. A. WIU.IAMS lt.    POTTER
ally pr
utes tin
ot the way
loteat their own pur-
,1 in ihe Financial Post,
msnild, clgarelles were
I, inn Canadians smoked
■.iiuu.noo a year. The
reused lasi yoar in $T.!iO
mil smokers turned to
lllng their own.
consumption dropped hy
l billion a yeur and Ihe
suffered u nel loss in re-
,000.000, Tim higher tax
vidcii ii lower revenue.
. are mo high will always
uu- purposes. — Montreal
lloruhl.
Subscription Price
To United States ..
•■wus «
IgD.CO per year
. l?!*..'.!! per j ear
llnrxle'
lo.n   Ulti
l.y lulon  Labor
Ail»..| |i. ilns Hale. »u Applnallnn.
Cbftago for Advertlxlng MUHT bn la
till, ollleo V. o.li."..ilii v noun the current
.uak to secure atluutlun.
MAY 1S23
SUN  KOK   lUt  WHO   THU   IR1   *AT
1 % 5 4 5
6 7 8 910 II12
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CilAMiKOOK,  BRITISH   COL.UM11U
FRIDAY, MAY lllli, 1923
COHFEJ4.ED TO SOU I-
, WHAT CURTAIL MATTER
\      IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE
it un
vored
vieaaiiru in the juii dupnrLtn
the tigroid lu respunaibli) tor
Barily imvi"tl lu curtail somowi
soma ortluleB that have been c
for Ltils Issue mid compels ihe
slon ut other bite material wi
tiie ordinary way might havo ;
ed. Thu Herald la getting
Kuiieniua share of thu priming noodB
of the city und district, wlilcli is constantly demanding more attention,
and tills may explain ihe omission
of a number uf items.
putuuirvrw.Y
IMMVIIYIS.U
In the Mother o
mii.oii or glorlll
ulisll   uUllirealt
parliament lias
ot Parliaments dis-
I by iho mmi un-Kn-
f htHi week.' That
i last reached com*
olco u»
tbe fuel that it. gives
Iraplest of Hie. people and
gives escape to all those torments
which, bottled up, cause explosions.
Thai "incident," us Mr. Ramsay MacDonald prettily put It, will prove a
lesson to lhe group whose passions
broke loose. Tliey will realize lliat
they set their cause bach, not forward.
ul tlie moment when they thought 11
was victorious.
What had worked these enthusiasts
up to Kinii ungoverned heat was the
fact thut a is their party that holds
in  parliament tbe honored place uf
His Majesty's Loyal Opposition, and
they had beeu given to understand
that if the government was defeated
they would step into its place.   Tliey
ad not the sense of right and wrung
i see I hat a government Is only ile-
iated when it can no longer command
majority, and the tact that it lost atl
nexpected vote at an hour when tlie
snpportorB  of  tbe  government  were
gating themselves at their clubs, did
it mean that they had not a majority
the House.—Montreal Witness,
Sainsbury & Ryan have the contract
for alterations al  tbe K. P. Hall.
TWENTY   YIMKS AGO
13x1 n
He
:is from The Cranbrook
aid of Ihis date, 1908,
races.
breakfast foods or
health foods can equal
bread in nourishment.
Good bread is the
most digestible food as
well as the cheapest.
Tlio annual meeting of the congregation of iho Methodist Church took
place on Wednesday. The reports
of the various church organizations
were presented, slewing unlruimly
successful efforts, and that the
church was vigorous and healthy, despite the fact thai unuoually heavy
financial drains had been made on
iho treasury, the result being thai
Iho members ami adherents rose to
the occasion correspond!nyIy. Tho
church officers were elected at this
meeting. A nunibor of visiting pastors ft'C'in nearby fluids were present,
after attending (lie district meeilugs,
A Bborl musical program was also
given ai   ibo gathering.
PRESENTATIONS MADE
TO MR. AM) MRS. W. C.
Alll.ARIl THIS WEEK
The   steam   shovel of   the   Ferry'
eel. Mining Co. will be In place by
Ich in  tlit* llrst of tbo week, und the work of
ppear- dredging tho stream will be nudertn-
i very  ken al Olieo,
I'Mwln Jecks, youngesl son of Mr. [
ami Mrs. 1). K. Jocks, underwent* an
operation at tlie hospital on Wednesday, and is reported doing nicely.
ltuv. B. <'. Freeman lefl today,
tor tho Coast to be present al the
Beslons of the B. C. Methodlsi Con
rerence nt Vancouver next week.
Some lime lu June it Is expected
a MoUkie, Ceremonial win take place
In Cranbrook, when Shorn 131 Nossim,
No. 172, uf Nelson, will be visitors.
Arrangements for ibis meeting are
now being made.
Meadow ('reek, where tho East
Kootenay Lumber Co. now has one of
is mills, is lo have u station which
will bo called "Ryan" in honor of
'Uncle Jim" Ryan, of local fame, and
in official of the company.
The annual meeting of tbe Methodist
Church last week showed a substantial Increase In the membership du-
ing Hie past year, tbe roll now
Bt and Ing at ninety-five.
Tiie situation at Frank, Alto., following ihe big slide, hi ill continues
unsettled, ami examinations are being
made to see if any more rock falls are
anticipated, The railway line will
bo rebuilt over the slide. Nothing
mil be done to recover the bodies of
mosl of the victims.
P P
Saturday, May 19,
Whistle Day
AT TIIE
Whistle Factory
ON THIS WAV WE 1YIIX GIVE  AWAY  TO EVERY
SCHOOL CHILD OB VISITOR
ONE BOTTLE of WHISTLE
MOTHERS!
COME BRING   YOUR CHILDREN AND
INSPECT OUR FACTORY.
Bowness Export Co.
On' Wedni'hday ev-inl g at ihe rmi
crigaiioiwii meeting of th*i Moihort
isl Church, tho esteem in which Mr
und Mrs. w. I. Adlaid were held \.i
si own in an unmfBta'-tet,) -j way, i'i»:
ijffng mode the re<P:*n!ii*,a of thr-
piisontatlonA.
on boiui'f ot Hi.' numbers of the
congregation, W. M. Wilson rend p
letter which is reproduced below, expressing the regret friends felt al
i heir leaving, Accompanying tho
letter wus a silver tea service. On
behalf of the Ladies' Aid Mrs. H. A.
McKowan conveyed to Mrs. Adlard
the regret her severance from the organisation has occasioned, ami as a
token and reminder of past associations present ed her With a leather
hand bag. A life membership iu the
W. M. S. wus presented to her by
Mrs. Chester, us au appreciation
of her interest in its work which
Mrs. Adlard has always shown. To
the kind words iu their behalf, aud
the gift:-, tendered them, Mr. and Mrs.
Adlard made suitable response. The
address from the congregation read
as follows:
Dear Mr. and  Mrs. Adlard:
As representing tlio Quarterly Official Board of tho Methodist Church
in Cronbropk, the Sunday School organization unit tlie choir, In all of
which departments of tho church
work you have given such loy.il ami
ilistinetlve service, we wish to exp-
res io you our deep appreciation
both of your work among us for so
many years, and of your sterling character, which bus lent to tliat work
its greatest value, and made It a joy
to have you associated with us In
iho church.
As a member ot the board. Mr, Ad*
lard, you have been ever sealous for
tho bast Intorootfl of the c mm" nit j
urn) wo shall be very so.-ry Endcod I
miss you from the place you have
held so long. Also as a Sunday
School teacher und superintendent
you havo never spared yourself iu securing Hie large measure of bugcosb
which the school 1ms attained un,,.
yoiir leadership.
And yot, Mrs, Adlard, by your enthusiasm, energy and unflagging seal
have contributed in a larger degree
than perhaps you have known lo the
work of the choir end lhe other organisations with which you have
been related. Only your preparations for removal have made us fully realize how tiidlspenslhle you both
have made yourselves to the life of
tho church.
Will you kindly accept this expression of our appreciation of your work
and our sincere regards for you, wlio
luivo endeared yourselves to the community by your unselfish Interests?
Wo pray that God may richly bliss
you In your new homo; that sill) wider fields of service may open beforo you; that every happiness may
attend you through all tbe years to
come; and may wn duro to cherish
the hope that perhaps ere many years
elapse a kind provldenco may bring
you again to this community which
would   so   gratefully   welcome   you!
return, b. c. freeman,
Cranbrook, B.C. Taster.
May 9, 1923.
GEO. REECE GIVEN AN
ADDRESS AS HE BOARDS
TRAIN TO GO EAST
Announcing bis intentions to only
a few friends, Gcprgo Heece, former
fire chief of this city, Intended to
leave quietly on Monday afternoon
for Ontario, a brother whom he has
nut seen for about twenty years residing near Sarnla. He was all the
more surprised therefore when ho
found a number of friends had gathered to wish him goodbye, and considerably more so when the following
address was read to him by \V. H
Wilson, on behalf lot' tbe Quarterly
Official Board of the Methodist
Church. Tbo surprised recip'ent
ftue visibly ovoivr.n.t at thtd totally
in.looked fiv evidence ot esteem, hu;
made suitable nckuowUiguiiu; The
loli.res was as folio.VtV
Mr. Qeorge Heece
Dear Friend: '
On behalf ot your many friends
or the Methodist Church and community in Cranbrook, as you are now
taking leave of us. mul as we hope
only for a time, we desire lo give some
partial cxprcslon of Ihe high esteem
in which you are held by all, and the
sincere fraternal regard of thoso associated wiib you iu tlie work of our
beloved church. You have been with
us m lung and have been BO constant
in yoar faithful helpfulness, that your
place, though perhaps supplied, can
never bo wholly tilled.»
You wero hero to welcome most of
us into the community, indeed so far
as we know, there remains only one
other member of the Quarterly Board
who was with you ot tlie laying of the
foundations of our present church
building. During all tlie intervening
time, not only have ypu taken an active part in the church activities, but
in an official capacity as well, you
have given your heart lo lhe work
with a deep aud Belfdenylng interest
which has made your service beyond
value to the cause, aud deeply endeared you to those who have had the
pleoauro cf serflug with you.
We shall greatly miss you, George.
Will you  kindly i
token of our esteem.       	
a memento of our happy associations
wllli you in Cranbrook, anil as an assurance lo you thai we will ever prr.y
that tlie God whose ynu are and whom
yon serve, may richly bless you and
guide your future pathway, into still
wiiler fields of christian service and
lo oven greater spiritual as well as
temporal good, ami may many new
friends learn in love you, as we, your
old friends, and many moro who would
gladly subscribe their names with us
have learned to do.
Cranbrook, B. C. May 7:23
it. C. Freeman, Pastor.
\V. H. Wilson, Hec. Steward.
W. G. Morion
G. W. Put mora
O. 11. Willis
Ceo. T. Molr
Al. Clark
that are being made.    Tho placo was
recently painted by Glbbs and Dalziel.
SCHEDULE ARRANGED
FOR CITS BASEBALL
LEAUUE NOW STARTED
(Homo Team is' First Mentioned)
May 9. — Y.M.C.A[ vs. High School.
May 9. — City vs. High School.
May 11. — City vs. Y.M.C.A.
May 15. — High School vs. Y.M.C.A.
May 18. — Y.M.C.A. vs. Clly.
May 22. — High School vs. City.
May 25. — Y.M.C.A. vs. High Schcol.
May 29. — City vs. High School.
June 1. — City vs. Y.M.C.A.
June  6.—-High  School   vs.   Y.M.C.A.
June 8. — Y. M. C. A. vs. City.
Juno 12.—-High School vs. City.
Juno 15.— City vs. Y. M. C. A.
Juno 19. — City vs. High School,
June 22.—Y.M.C.A. vs. High School,
Juno 20.—Y.M.C.A, vs. City.
June 29.—High School vs. Y.M.C.A,
July II. — High School vs. City,
■ 9 i
Coming events
The new proprietors of the Patricia
nre sparing no expense In their efforts
lo make their place of buslnes as attractive us poslble. The commodious
parlor ami large store fnont lend
themselves well to the improvements
Saturday, May 12: Knox Church Ladies Aid tea and book sale at the
schoolroom, 3 to o.
Saturday, May 12: Provincial party
meeting at 8 p.m., Auditorium, addressed by Gen. McHae and others.
Sunday,  May  13:   Knights bf Columbus Initiation Meeting, at Auditorium.     Banquet at 7.21) p.m., 11. W.
V. A. Hall.
kri ■•
cert, tbis  littleIWednesday, May ill:   Dance by
May it servo as|   rll.„ orchestra, ot Auditorium.
Wednesday,  May   Id:  Dance by gi
IKsketball Club, Fort Steele, at tin
Bnn.l Halt.     Dancing 9.30 to 3,
Sunday, May 20: Concert by Clef Cllll
Auditorium, at S.30 p.m.
Monday, May 21.—Whlsl drive ami
dance, Parent -Teacher Association,
at  G.  W.  V.  A.  Hall.
Thursday, May 24: G.W.V.A. Annual
Empire Buy Celebration. Horse
races and u good program of field
events,
Saturday, May 2U: "You Never Can
Tell," presented by 0. B. C. Players at Auditorium.
Wednesday, Juno li: I.. A to B. of II
whist drive and dance, at the K.
Hall.
Saturday, December -1st: Methodist
ladles' Aid annual onte of work
and bacar.
Irani, J, Murphy, noted' I'liclll
< oast attorney, left his estato o
*SO,000 to this girl, Miss Rose Help
Ol San Francisco, mid to his widow
 Is Hying to break the will, onlj
Saturday, Miiy 12
PURE RELIGION ;—Pure religion
and uudeliled before Cod anil tho Fa-
thor Is this. To visit the fatherless
and widows In their affliction, and to
keep himself unspotted from tlie
world.—James  1:27
Sunday, liny l.'l
THK ROAD TO WANT;—He that
oppressetli the poor to Increase his
riches, ami he that glvoth tu lhe rich
shall surely come io want,- -Proverbs,
22: Hi
MONDAY, MAY II
NOT MEAT AND DRINK: -Kor the
kingdom of God Is no; meal and drink,
Miss Helm is a muse
Rloha
Isl, was
B. c,
most
lime,
scale
by C
hut rlghtoousiio
III the Holy Gill
iBL
petu
man:
l IvTarsh, assayei
i n recent visitor ti
which is probably oui
-live camps in the Weal at this
This activity is due to tho big
>f operations living condacled
isolldnled Mining & Smelting
Co., of Canada, Ltd., in connection
with Sullivan Mine, admitted lo be
one of the largest zinc-lead-silver mines in tho world. The big concentrator which will have a capacity of from
2,000 to 2,500 Ions per day, with
provision for doubling In shcrl order
if required, is neniing completion and
is expecied lo be ready for operation
by Augusl
Ttiesihi), Miij  1,*,
(ilVINU tilOTS: -Thero Is
loroth, and yet Incroosoth;
ami (hem-!'Is   Hint   wllli-holdolh more
Kiuiherley.jnmet, hul  It loildotll lo pov
me of tho eriM U.24,
o, und Jo
11:17
thai Bent-
ami thore
than   Ih
rty.   Pro-
it the latest. All the work!strife
is on a massive ami substantial scale]
Wednesday, May HI
ALL NEEDS SUPPLIED:— Tlio
Lord Is my shepherd; l shall nol want.
Surely goodness nml mercy shall follow me all lhe days cf my life; and I
sluitl dwell In the house of the Lord
forever.—Psalm 23:1,0,
Thursday, .May 17
FI'RNISH NO PUBLi— Where no
wood Is. ihero the (ire goeth out: so
wliero thoro is no talebearer, tlie
Beth.— Proverbs 20:20
with immense quantities of cement
being used. In addition to the structures necesary to house tho milling
equipment, heavy expenditures are being Incurred in providing adequate
camps ami residences for employees.
Some 900 men all told are at   present
employed, and another 160 would be
added to the pay rolls Immediately, if
available. Mr. Marsh learned.—North
West Mining Truth,
Krlday. .May IS
IN   HIM   WE   LIVE:—That   they
should seek tlm Lord, . . . For In him
wo live, and move, and have our being.—Ads 17:27.28.
P. WOODS
MEAT MARKET
PUBLIC  MEETING
IX THR
AUDITORIUM
Cranbrook
Saturday May 12th
AT 8 p.m.
Gen. A. D. McRae
Will Speak no Behalf of the New
Provincial Party
EVKHY FARMER, LABOR MAN     AMI     BUSINESS
MAN SHOULD MAKE A POINT OF ATTENDING THIS
MEETING.
"Get Oliver Out and Don't Let Bowser In"
f
OUR
ICE CREAil
PARLOR
FRESHLY DEIOOIUTED
I S
NOW OPEN
John MANNING,
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache        Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
rininly "Iinypr" linxp* of 12 tablets—Also lniUlc* of -I nnd 100   DnijflrlHts.
... it MnmifQcttiro nf Mum"
Ii Hint Amilrln iiiiun. ll.yi.r
ii Tibials ut Muy.t Cttiuusny
"Hint CroM." l'l-iilny, May I llli. 1028
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE   THRU
«• Tills inclusive ulioto slums tlie fourteen Russian Priests wbo meed the death court In thtttUI tf An*
lilsliol Tsclieullnk. No. J Is Archbtoliop Tscheiilluk, whose denth seuteiieeJvas commuted to 10 rears' soUUrj
m li ■men    No. S Is Vicar.Oener«l Butchkavltch.. executed by n Bed Drink squad.
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED
THAU.
AT
SMELTER
Following is u statement nf ore ro-
oelpta nt Troll Smeller lor the liorloil
April Mind lei 80tli 1088, Inclusive.
Nuine of Mine mul Locality Tons
Black Book, Northport, Wnsli 15-
Bobiiii, Bllvorl B.0 IH
Lone Pine Surprise Lasl Olinnce,
BOllUbllc, W'iihIi  223
Qulln, Republic, Wash  102
Roseberry Surprise, New Denver.
II. 0  52
Burprlso, Republic, Wash 104
Silversmith (Lend) Sandon, n. ('. 2:11
Silversmith (Zinc) Sandon, 11. C. 97
Company Mines   10,235
lll'SV WEEKEND AT
I'OLICE COURTj MAN*
cases com: i r
deuce In
Spreull,
I tonce.
Atteutl'
the  BendOll cttBi
larrlsler acting
for
Mr. c
tlie
The CLUB CAFE
n
(Hold Ovo
Police  Mflgll
waokond mljui
tenders charge
Ou Friday mori
Edwards anpearo
obarge of being
unable to give a
of herself on d
Kiilliy mid wns
months in Nolson
lady whose domli
reported Inst year
Prom Uil Week)
'«to Leask had a hue)
ml Ing a number or of-
wllli various nlTences
rnlng lllHt Ml'B- JM8l(
■eil heron- him Oil n
I 11 nlghtwnlkor, and
1 Baltafnclory accouul
demand, she pled
is Bonloneod to iwo
in Jail. This is the
wus erroneously
nd wlio was Hip
recipient cf several wreath;! bewailing her departure She left to join
her husband on Sunday's train accompanied hy an official of ihe
Salvation Army.
Iu iho afternoon of lhe same day
Frank Dendon, o translonl was charged with having no visible means of
subsistence, and unable to glvo a
satisfactory account of himself. He
[was found guilty end Rued $35.00 or
Qf auto-mobllists ia callei
j to the necessity of having propel
lighting arrangomontfl on cars opera-
[led after sundown.
il"l"l"l I 1 II H 11111 1 M |.|..|..|..|..h.i
WIXOERMKKK
DI8TBICX NOTKS
j thirty days
j to answer
I avails of i
against her
ciiU Cons tub I
and  Do no bin'
His wifo
clmrgo of
\\ ,i
itso appeared
Living oft the
The charge
od. Provin-
of Kimberley
lor  gave  evi-
TRY   YOUR   BREAKFAST,   LUNCH
OR DINNER AT THE  CLUB  CAFE.
AU our food la tlie best
that tho market provides.
TRY OUR COFFEE
Served with Cure Cream
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
1'IIONK   10
FRAME'S BREAD
IS GOOD BREAD
Ills Pies, Takes ami Pastry   can   not   bo   beaten.
THE HOME BAKERY
Phone 87      •      Norhur, Atc.
AN CHH^ft'
ANCHOR DONALDSON
CANADIAN  SERVICE
FROM  MONTREAL
To I'lyniiHitli. Cherbourg, London*—
Ausonia June !'. Andante .May 19
To (ilasgow—
Saturn ia May 11. Cassandra May 17
FROM NEW YORK
To (Jtirensiovi.i and Liverpool—-
Caronla June 2. Lacoula Mojp 1- (lios-
lon), Carmanla May 18 Scythla May 26
riicrlwiiru and Southampton—
Aiiuitania May 22, Maureiania May 29
I.iiiiiiiiintei-rj and Glasgow—
Cameronla May i!ii.   Tuscanla June 2
I'lymiMith, ClirrbDiiru. London*—
Albiiniii June 2. Saxonlo May lil
Money Orders and Drafts at lowest
rates. Full Information from Agents
or Company's Office, 622 Hastings St
West, Vancouver.   Phone Say. 8848,
MINERAL ACT.
(Form Ft
Certlflcato of Improvements
NOTICE
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
ANDJYERS
Evory Garment sent tn us to be
Cleaned or Dyed ia Riven
Our Utmost Caro.
Our knowledge of the huslnesi
Is your assurance of sailsfaction
hero.    Phone, and we will call,
or bring ub your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
FHOKE  U7
"Prune," 'Miini.''
"Onion." "Plum."
anl." "Harvey,"
Sims." "Zenith,"
Fr," "Another Fr
li. Fi\," "Pollux,"
"Untax." "Peboi "
Dust," "Sergeant,1
al," "Hatniflii," "l
' *'\V.
"Kasp."
-Apple,1
"Arme."'
Spider
Straw.
"Oreh-
'    "Apex,
Fr.," "One
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.H.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher ol SitiRlnR, Violin and
Ptauo
Preparation for Musical Kxam-
1 nations
IU ahmhtkomj avk.
I'linne .Mis Cninhrimk, ll.C.
" 'Wren," "V.  A.
"Castor,"  "Wolf,1
"8uap," "Gold
Lieut,," "Corpor
iptalu,'   •Sapper,"
"M. 0, Fr," "W. A. A. C."
MINERAL CLAIMS
KUiiate in tho PORT STEELE Mining
Dtvltlon of Kootenay District;
Where located—On  Sullivan  mil,
_-' near Kimberley.
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining it BmoKlDg Company, of
Canada.  Limited,   Frco   Miner'n iVrii
tlcate No. 4tnai c. intend, sixty days
from th« date hereof) to apply to the
Mining Recorder for n Certificate of
Improvements, for ihe purpose of oh-
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CKANBBOOK THAIS 1'IMKS
NO. (7 DAILY—To Nelson,  Vancou-
m, Spokane, MO.   Ai-rlr* 11.10 p.
m.; leave 12.!0 i>.m.
RO.   IS   DAILI-To   Fern*,   Uth-
brio**, Medicine Hat, Calgary, stc.
ArrlTe 4.10 pjn.i leave I.M p.m.
Crnnbrook, WyeUBe, Klmkeriej *«•
TlMl
I«.|n-LMT«T.MtJn.   H04M-AT-
, rl» 1.10 »to.
Cnnkrook, Lake Wlndernwre ul
CMiu Serltee:
Honda, an* Thuriday, each weak
—SO. Ml, lenw I a.m.    Wednenenf
eat   Hturday-HO. Ml. arrln   I.M
M*>
tuiniiiK ii Crown Qrant of tlio above
claim.
Ami furtllsr toko notice thai notion,
under section 8B. tnuel be commoncod
liofoni tlio luuonoo Of sUCll rollhl-
tnto nf Improvements.
Dated Hii'. Mill ftnj of April, A D.
1088.
THH CONSOLIDATED MINIMI
AMI S.MKI.TINCI CO., OF
CANADA, LIMITED,
Tor R O. MonlKi'ilU'r.v, Agent.
0-18
ANALYSIS (IK LABOUR
ORGANIZATIONS Of
I'ANAOA FOII 1022
A ii ii mil   Report   Issued  Slums
I.(ins lu TrnuY I'niiin
Membership
The figures publlsliod In tlio Twelfth
Annual Report on Labour Organization In Canada, covering tlio calender
year 1!I22, which lias jus! boon issued
by tlio Department ol Labour, show
llial (luring Iho throe your iiortod from
1920 to 1022 lliero litis been it decline
in trade union membership In Canada
ul' 101,42(1. the loss in tho lust ciilon
dar year being ir,li iu branches and
3fj,fi98 in members. Tlie total member
shin in all classes of trade unions in
lhe Dominion at the close of 1022
stood ut 27ii.ii2], ctDiprlBod In 2,512
local branches. There are In all 02
International organizations operating
iu Canada, and between litem i.hey
have 2,10s local branches In llio Dom-
'iiii, with a combined reported nieni-
Sorslilp <,r 208,150. These figures
udlcate six fewer international org'in-
zatlons operating in the Dominion,
wiih losses of 115 in branches nnd 1(1,
740 iu members. There are 18 of
what are Icrined noii-inieriiallonal or
{anlzatlons, an Increase of llireo over
lie yeur 1921. with totals of 272 local
iranchco and 22,971! nioinhtrs, a gain
n branches of eight, but d decrease lu
membership of 1,507. The number
if independent mills of irr.de union
nrganizntlona bus docreased by two.
there now being 25 l-.ucli bodies, the
reported total membership being B.063
a loss of 0,581. Ot the 24 local units
of tbo Ono Uii; Union which were in
existence iii 1021 only one reportod
and the gonerkl officers of the body
refused to furnish any Information us
In its standing. The llgures lecol1-
deil above Indicate thut lbe Interne
tional organisations repreienl approximately 74 per cenl of the total trade
unionists iii the Dominion, The membership of ull classes of organized
labor in Canada, ns reported to ihe department  for the past twelve years
has i
1911
101!
1018
1011
191S
follows.
133,188
1(10.120
175,799
100,1(1:1
..,. I43,:n;i
I'racl
tiuii of the Wlnderm
ion has recently boi
Protection area as di ttni
sheep Protection act.
ulflcance ot which Is 11
lure   ull   lions   Willjiilll
lluble to he destroyed
found worrying sheep, n
ing or harboring dogs n
cense are liable tu peliu
for a dog is one dollar a
two dollars
(   ~
M. W„ tt. M.i A. McCreery, A. P.
nil   A.   M.,  bailing  from   Vancouver,
cconipuilicd by P. C. M., II. 11. Itlch
lid  I).  I). O. M„ Ooo. S. Mailer, hns
been  making   a  lour  of  tlio  Masonic
edges   in   Kasl   Kootcllliy.      He  was
met   at   (loldcii   by   13.   II    L,   Alice,
p.  M., of Fort Steele ami  together
lilted   |ior-
lllllg UiY
le a Sheep
I under the
great Big-
tor tho
license
n slghi lt
iinisc own-
having a li-
Tlio fee
for u hitch
thoy visited Columbia
Ijodgo No. 38
at. Windermere, when
ihey wore nc-
corded grand honors
undor  Hie di-
rod Ion of W. M., Cec
I A. Davidson
who accompanied tliei
i  on  il  visit  lo
ionic on Sunday him.
- Canada's Best Buy -
THE ECONOMY PACKAGE
Hlb-Now8(K(A
LSO PROCU&ABLE-Ka Ib. PACKAGE I5t)
31
r hi:ai>lv was not
QUITE AS BAD AS THIS;
CUT IT ABOUT IN HALF
(Creston Notes In Nelson News)
The 41' residents ol Creston nnd vicinity who aro guaranteeing it 1.92.1
Chautauqua, hnvo just beon advised
that tho six days will open al Creston
Oil May 3ft. This hit ot news [s lint
exactly welcome,   as  with    economic
1'Uti ,..,  1150.107
1917  204.A30;
ltllS   24S.S8"'
1919   37S.047J
1980       878.849
1921  313,320
1983  276.621'
The 8,612 local branch milling or nil
claues in ihe Dominion are divided by!
provinces   as   follows:   Ontario, 1,015;
Quebec 4.'.6; British Columbia, 235;'
Alberta, -W); Saskatchewan, 168; Man :
Itoba, 134; Nova Scotia. 147; Now
Brunswick, ni; and Prince Edward
Island, 9.
Besides iho HiailRt.cn furnished, the
report gives particulars aoncernlng
cortaln revolutionary labour organisations of recent formation and the
doctrines which their promoters are
endeavoring »** prtopogate In Canada
OS well OS   in  oilier countries.      The
volume also oontalni much general Information as to the activities of organised labour In Canada, ns well as ref-
erences to Important labour ovenu
both at home ami atiroad.
a chapter in the report i« dovoled lo
ii Important class ot organised wnge-
(iMiietit who are not connected with
the organised labour movement, Included In which are associations of
school teachers, commercial travellers
and government employees, in all
there aro 63 such bodies having »
combined report od momliershtn of
81,373.
conditions as they ure ai present the
guarautois face a heavy task in tho
offort do dispose of sufficient tickets
to cover iho guarantee ami operating
costs. This is Crest Oil's third year
for Chautauqua, (he talent having to
jump from Grand Forks to Creston,
With tho next, slop nt Pernie, Last
yeur the guarantors were losers of $6
head, hut. at thut they were lucky,
uu tho men behind the Chautauqua ut
Crauhrook in 1022 wero levied on for
$27.51) each.
il. C. chicken farmers havo achieved tho Inchest scores over oilier
provlucoa according to tho official report ou Canadian eni; records, B.C.
has also the lowest chicken mortality,
A Charming Wi»man is Healthy
Good
looks
mean
good
Health
i,i:.u»i:i{ of MKiv imiitv
ACCKl'TS OKKV THROWN
OCT HY I'ltlMIIKII OMViat
Gen. Mclliio. llcdlnres lYIllinir-
noss To Meet l'i>r llclmli' On
(iovcrniiicnl  .MImIhmIs
An ol,] fashioned baruecue foalilred
by mi oratorlc&l contosl betweon Premier Oliver ami General A. I). McRae
Is the entertainment offered for tbe
ooonlo nf Salmon Arm in tlio month
of June. This announcement Is of
Interest In view of tbe fm-t thai Hon.
McRae Is announced t<> sneak in this
city on Saturday evening <»t' this week.
Tho proposal Is made In an open
letter from General McRae; leader
the Provincial parly, to Premier Oliver. The letter Is an acceptance of
a challenge reported In the following
terms hy the Salmon Arm Observer
as having been thrown out by tbe
Premier ut that city nn April 5: "The
speaker dolled General McRae to debate any charge of misdemeanor hy
the present government, anywhere at
any time."
Says lien. McRae in his letter:
"Your challenge, Mr. Premier, 1 uc-
■ept."
"I know of no belter place for the
lohate than Salmon Arm. whore your
lhallenge was repeated,   so I   select
Health g is tho only true and lasting
bennty to tlio complexion, Perfect di-
gestion and assimilation of food are
necessary to ensure porfoct health. For
relieving nilments of tlie digestive
powers — such us biliousness, cou-
stipation, sick headaches, flatulence—
Beecham's Pills have proven their worth
to countless thousands of women for
many years pnst. They nre convenient,
i'■ ntle i i .   lion and positive in their ex-
.(•M£p**'1il_.
Sold
eoeryiohere
in boxes
■
Had to Fight to
Get His Breath
Mltf Martini UODialM, age 20, ef
• rooklyn, N. Y., n perfect 84, hut
heen selected hy J it. Bolton, faih*
inn expert, ns tho hew American
Vonm "American designers are no
longer heoplug In mind the perfect
an or the Venus de Mllo type ln their
ilcskiiitm." fa.v fnshlou anthorltlea.
Reed Declares (Jhncs Were So
Unit lie Nearly Choked
At Times
"The beet I ran say is not half good
enough for Tunlue" states Frederick
0, Reed, -8'i Roxborough Ave., Hamilton, Ont., well known business man.
"Last winter, grippe und tonsilitls
confined me to my home Cor weeks und
loft me &o thin nnd frail it looked like
I could never get buck to my business
again. I would choke up with gai
until I hatl to fight for breath, woe so
nauseated i could scarcely retain a
thing, nml pains In my stomach and
sides would double me up. I could
scarcely sleep a wink, and my hands
were s» trembly I couldn't even ur-
range my tie.
"However, the Tanlao treatmoni
suited my case so well it ended my
troubles, Increased my weight, und
fixed mo up to where 1 fall as fine us
I ever did, I feel right nil the time
now, and h: ven'i missed u duy from
my business since i finished the treat*
ment.    Tanlae hoi no equal/1
Tanlao is for sale by all good drug*
gists—Take no substitute. Over :t7
million bottles sold.
that iiiy. As to the dote,
mukc I hul convenient, I
between June l .u <l Jun ■
satisfactory to me.
"Salmon Arm is fortunate!
cated. It i-; convi nlenl <
for the electors In the Oh n
also for the cities on tbe mi
the C. P. It. Their hockey
easily accomodate . BOD ■  o
■nil bars -'
: ,    ri,
Bj    way of
er to icsurs
to put
■Dd fur-
t  IA*
M  •
to i        i--
Bruce Robinson     i
I>»' li e  , I sin.ilc
Studio above Hurd
Mr. F. G. NOVAK
TKAl'IIKIi OF  VIOLIN  AM) HliASS IXSTHl'MEXTg
Studio I   Armstrong Avenue
Xcar Telephone Building
tefsts*-e,
Phone 374
FOB  liKI.IAIIIUTV, SOUNDNESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
PI Itl'i V OF TONE AND PEH-
FECT10N OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
HEINTZMAN i CO. PiO
Write for liookict or Call at   I III ItiiksT Street, Nelson, B.C.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
oi' Canada limited
OFFICES, smi:ltimj anu ihtinini; department
'1 ItAII.,   BltlTI-.ll    < IM.I XBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Pnrctaaieri ol Gold, Sllrer, Copper, Lead & zinc Oraa
Producers of Gold, Sllx-r, (upper, l'ig Lend and Zinc
"TAIIANAC" BRAND
HOME
SWEET
HOME
Oscar, You're
Lucky It Was
A Pillow
vou couuo at least oo soMe-miua,
THERE'i FANNV   9TUOVIA(t HER LBSWS,
dO IN AND PAGE  FOUR
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
'Friday, Miiy Hlh. I!»2:i
Has , j^ w,'p, .^^s&iH Mi's feai tops!
metliodist Church
RET. U. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
II n.
SUNDAY, MAY IS
in. MORNING SERVICE
SUNDAY SCHOOL   anil BIBLE CLASS
7.80 p. in. EVENING SERVICE
VISITORS RECEIVE A CORDIAL WELCOME
bbesbi! m m as -sg^ss «a b< ss asr
S3
HOMEY
PHILOSOPHY
-Jfbri(/25
ilh, the Joy of childhood I—to
romp, to swim, to fish, to play, to
while away tbo live long day fill-
,lng the otorchouso of the mind wllli
memories that last through llio.
lama youth—the thrill nt vision-,
illfo, Its possibilities, lis potentialities, the expanding Intellect, the
virility of the hour, the nrilour ot
i sweet companionship, tho birth of
love. Aud middle nse—tlio sntis-
i faction of accomplishment, ■ tlie
| rounding out, the I home, tho pride,
I In recreation, the honor of response
MUty, of KuidnneoUo tho young.
JAnd Bge— repose, tho vision of the
I setting Bun, reflection of Oio day
(well spent, the task performed, tho
( kindly word, tho deeper understand-
I ing of humanity. Tlml? Comes
, tho day of passing, tlio-end ot
| weariness, tho entry Into the great
: new world.
IMIMSO PRODUCTION
i    looks IT IN B-l't.   BIG
INCREASE LAST YEAR
Hoporl For    Lltsl Year   Shows
Incrense lit Value Of
:!.-. Ter Cent
111 ill
li Ci
I ii in
ila inlulnB
iroiluctlnt
for 11 il.
Ins
veil
Willi   il   li
ml oiili'iit
ii lued
m
*::.",.
;.s.sr.   Sim
vs an ln-
ereaMi
in  ;   Vf
il ■:
l„.i
■rul'
cent, ever
line, tn the
tho provl-
repnrt of
tl      III
i. \\
nun
ii Sloune, inlnisler oi
The
inn
i in
rense was
$7.0112.2":'.
It Hi
• nil
- nt
prailuclloti
vhlch »ms
runche
nl
the
nil  nl'  Inst
year anil
so far
this
yea
continues
1923 will
B   1    ii
liigl
record.
Tlie total
in.iv ri
n in
er $
0,000,000 nml perhaps
the ?■",
mm
000
niiii'k. ii  Is
estimate..
111
i turn,
grea
Nourishing
■» because it
has twice the
butter content
of ordinary
fluid milk
ST. CHARLES MILK
Put up at SOUTH SUMAS.in Ih-htarl
tllhv CHItLlWALK Iii:.-, Mil.
frie Hecipt B^k Writ* ■
lh« 8,'r.lin Co. Llnil.J, i
Vancouver.
lODBES AND HOUlliTIHH
In re.
I'liirns lor (lie year be
prediction thai the mining tide
I und thnt everything points
t    inn!     mure    permanent
business development  than ever he-
fcre,   with   a large Increase   in the
number of properties working.'
Conditions in B. C. ure now such,
Mr. SlotMO says, Hull they have reach
 , point "where a margin ,if prod
l„r tl liner is visible. II Is extremely gratifying lo note that the
[or the year lias only been ex-
three times iu the history of
in tin. province nud that w,ib
;,   whon   production   reaebe.l
litis   when  tile   figures
was attained, and   in
.aim. was t:ir,. 548,084."
his drop In metal prl-
iieeii somewhat rel'ev-
ivi111 tlie result  Hint metal prices
822 have been materially hlglvr
in 1020 says the minister.
uiiiiit
, eiled
lining in
i   inn;.
12,200,461
t $41,782
120 wl	
Tile  Ire
is  ill  1111
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Mills In the
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of the
first Tuesday st
S p.m.
All laillss are
cordially Invited
President:    Mrs. F. Conslautlne.
Sec-Treasurer:  Mrs. S. Tujloi.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Baptist Cljurcb
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SI'MIAY,  MAY   HI
11 a.m. — A Service appropriate to Mother's
Day will be rendered
by Mr. II. S. Haynes
anil Class.
12 noon—Sunday Sehool.
i.3(l pin. — "WITH
CHRIST IX Til 10
STORM,"
Prayer Meeting Thursday Evening al s o'clock
.;..».,;, .j, .j..;. *.;. e, * >:,.;, •:• *>:<•:• * s> •!- 'I* •> ♦ •;• * •:• <•
* •:•
| ELKO
!     HAPPENINGS      I
Wt+MM .;• * * * * * * * * * * * * * •:• •:• •;«
Mrs. Jolm Todliuntoi'i accompanied
liy lior .laughter Mis. Crosby nml family, arrived from Seattle, Suiurday, li
Ih hoiieil tlial Mrs. Todlumtor'a health
will Improve wiih her return in ihis
pari oi' the country.
Mr.-Val Hallo gave a very Interesting
ontortatmnont, Sat unlay evening in
iho Elk Hotel hall which was followed
py a ihuii-c.
Mrs. T. II. Duncan ami children
have been snomliiig u few days at the
home of her parents, Mr. and .Mi's. J.
Thompson. Cranbrook.
Miss S, E. Went and Miss N. 1'.
Douglas of Penile, havo beon spending
a few duys iu Elko.
bridge, is Hpi'iiiling a few days in Elko
recuperating after au operation.
LUtlo Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. AVoods, met with an accident
Saturday afternoon. Whilst Mr.
Woods was returning from Galloway
it appears that Dorothy was alone in
the hack seat of the car, and tn
looking over tho side must have lost
her balance und fallen out. Dr. As-
selstlue was called fntvm Fernie and
after examining the child, found she
suffered mostly from shock.
Mrs. H. Murklo of Dull Ulver, her
sister Beatrice and father of Yahk. motored in on Monday anil anticipated
spending a few hours fishing at Rock
Creek.
Mr. Gordon Johnson ami il. Mitchell,
motored in on Sunday from Fernie.
Major Micks of Cranbrook, was a
business visitor Monday.
Mrs. p. lunhuni and son, urrlveil
I ic t'linm Fornlo, Monday morning,
Owing lo lhe hot weather on Bun-
lay, this Patricia ice cream parlors
vere k0»1 very busy serving cool ra-
.'reslinieiiis, especially to lhe many
aulnists who passed through.
l'hi.iie 210 P.O. Box Ml
B. A. M00RH0USE
A.M.E.I.C, & B.C.L.8.
PIIJIV. LAND 8UBTET0B
Cranbrook     •      •      •B.C.
I. 0. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE,
No. 42
-a
*lfl*»i*ii      Mm"
every
t&
■SanSlMonday
night at
14
V^^^emf Ii'' Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows
are cur-
dlally Invited.
RO.
E. 11.
lJinsloy
lloc.
Soo.    -    -    W, I
. Adlard
It It. W.A.FEBGI.E
DENTIST
Campliell-HannlnK Bloek
Phone tiT.    OMce Uosrsi
• to 1:*, 1 to i p.m.  Nats. I to 1.
Fresh Milk & Whipping Cream
20c. HALF TINT
It not satisfied will return llio
money.
C. GODDKBIS    -    -    Sith TeL
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
I'll) sIi'Iiiim and Surgeons
Olllee at  resilience,  Armstrong
Avenuo
OFFICE HOUHS
Alleriioiiiis    2.00 to 4.00
PJvenlngs   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
H. C.  LONG
Fashionable Ladles' nnd Uenls'
Merchant Tailor.
Chinese Faney Goods anil Silk.
Tan Homo St., Cranbrook
Phone 416 P.O. Box 447
Montana Restaurant
Meals nt All Hours
Clgnrs, Cigarette! and Candles
Cranbrouk St.     -     I'linne 2111
Opp, Dank o! Commorco
DR. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 13 a.m.     1 to 6 p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F.
M.M ACPHER80N
Undertaker
Phone IU
Nerbnry Are., next to CH* Hall
fr
[NARD'SI
Hie old reliable remedy for rlu
lliatltm, neuralgia, tutu throat in
Bpraiufli
Best Liniment Made
Mu,A.]-.I.A
"Ik-lltrc
n a Un! !.!,■ ti
the!
'.!<■
tmd Ipralut
luld me I ii
oaltfnfltir.enM'l .. I
sot MINAKD'S J.1M-
SmNTninHimlxdojal
trai nut tn work ognlii,
'. ihitik 11 IllP but J.iiti-
ItH 111 JlsiifU."
Aflnnrd't Llnlmeni
■twtyi ulvcs Mill*
fuciioii, !■ or ins
tulio   or  ptiln.    It
Hives liiKitint reliefs
Miiiard's Liniment
Co., Limited
Vareionili,  - ■   n.s.
Thanks
To
Nancy
Thu unseiriuhucsB of cooks
in un ever iniTeuatug Hource
of wonder here In our offices.
An iiM|iiiry comes for a recipe and fully 50 per cent of
those who comply with the
request sign as Nancy has, so
wo can only express the
thanks of the enquirer and
ourselves through the newspaper,
"Your reefpo made scones
'better thnn ho ever ste* and
»ho made them with Pacific
Milk ns you suggested."
,Aguin, let us thank "Nancy"
for her kindness to a girl who
la Irylug to make a home.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd
Bead OHea, Taneoo.er, M,
Factories al
.liidKe A. Morrison
was registered nl lite
Saturday.
ol'   Vancouver,
olltmblo Hole
TO EXTEM1 SVSTEM OF
TOURIST ROADSIDE
AUTO CAMP PLACES
District   Forester   At   Creston
Stntes Carelessness Still Big
Factor In Fires
Mr. T
ialtor li
II.
Duncan war, a buslnoss
rule. Weilnesiluy..
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. ProtiBco nt Fernie.
Biiotit Sunday at the King raneli.
Mr. Frank Allen liai
I'e'w days 111 Fertile.
been unending a
Work was started last week clearing Iho site at Nolsna tor the con-
struotlon by Howland il Waltz ot a
sawmill, It is probable that the new
mill will he in operation In May and
will cut form limbers tor the proposed
pulp nnd pnper mill lo be erected
ihore at a cost ot »2,Oi)0,oon. negotiations for which are now under way.
15. F. Howland, of Kaslo, was in Nelson last week and let lhe contract for
Idle driving, etc. Tlie power for tlio
new mill will be provided by lhe Clly
af Nelson, about 200 horse power ho-
iiiu required, It Is estimated.
1
]
Mr. Cassldy, of Minneapolis, arrived
Friday morning ami will superintend
the hnfhliiiB of the dr.ni for the Kt
Kojotenay Power Co., which has
ready commenced operations.
Mr. John Uiwaon, proprietor of thi
Ward nor Hotel, motored In on Thurs
day.
Much credit is duo Constable Smith
of Klko, on Friday he was nol Hied of
the description of the two hold-up
Imen near Crauhrook and instructed to
(Mideiivonr tw arrent the parlies. Within twenty four hours. Smith arrested
one of tho offenders near Yahk. the
other was also captured nearby, Such
wr>rk as tills is a credit to any tone
and is renl police work.
Mr. Large of Fernie, opened u new
garage in Klko, during the week,
which is managed by Mr. F. Ingham,
Mr. Jim Carter, of Coleman, Alberta,
was a visitor, Sunday.
Mis Kdna Gnllagber, a nurse In
training at the Gait Hospital, Lelh-
At least two auto tourist camp sites
will be built along the mi ns provincial
highway in the Creston valley iu 1923
according to Norman Moore, district
forester, of Crnnbrook, who was at
Creston last week on official business.
Should the lire lighting work not he
as heavy as last year more cump sites
will be put in. The two definitely assured are to he at Kiiskniiook, and at
a point near Arrow Creek. During
l'JL'^ four of lliese cump silos were
I'oupleted, and appear to have been
uuito extensively used.
lu the Cranbrook forestry district,
Mr. Monro stilted, lust yoar 234 ilroa
wero reported, and of thono the ro-
cordB show that possibly lit per colli
were duo to lightning, S per edit were
Incendiary, and tho Imlanco of 7it por
cent were due to human ngonolos. In
which tlie careless smoker and the
careless cniupor flgurotl very prominently.
Of the stand lug limber burned ovor
last season,    Mr. Moore    Is    coufltli.lil
that within iwo years fully !)0 pur con!
f it will !>e logged and sawn.and in
Unit way little if any actual loss will
of It will be logged and sawn, nnd In
lire.
The out of lumber in tho Cninlirook forestry district last year was
lfi9,000,000 feet, according to returns
made lo the department. This is a
gain of over 9,000.000 feet as compared
wltii 1021, but although mills nre
working to capacity, a decre:i:'o is
looked tor in 1023, due to tlio ract thnt
throe or four big plants aro not operating, having completely cut out tbe
timber on the limits on which their
mills wore running.
Some ftSO.000 tits wore sawn in the
Crauhrook forestry district last ye:ir.
nnd trade would indicate thai this
year's cut. will also hj vory heavy.
Mr. Mooro coul-.l noi recall the quantity of cedar poles shipped, but. It was
In excess of 1022, ami 1923 is going
even stronger.
Fence posts are still a glut ou the
market, nnd nre liable to bo until such
time as the fanners i.i southern Alberta and southern Saskatchewan harvest
at least two more good crops. All
through Bast Kootenny vast piles of
these are stored awaiting a market.
Me •jdw tMv
-rue -mciupLE i<3  -  pol icm
CAM'T    SEE   US     FROM
■«M. '«' ,„
wedded titmouse and woodchuok fable by Mllllcent Muddle!
Answer—Shako a Httla shimrale on
the shores of Kultkakoo."
Minister- Do you, Clarence . shup-
snup-snap-'buzz-cllL'lt lake this bed-
timo story hy Kenneth Knoe to be
your lnwfuliy wedded Sousa's Band
in new am' novel programme?
Answer—(JLOvl-'bye, Tunisie, Uood-
byo.
Minister-i pronounce you McKIn-
loy high Echool glee dull v.\ *'.»:igs ami
instrmuatUul music.
MUhnel Redmond of Salt Lake
City. I'tah, 101 years old, for SB
vears member of the Church, ts the
oldest living Mormon. He attended
the recent aunuul conference.
.*>000 FACTS ABOUT TA>AOA
A poiuiar and hardy an mini is the
"60'jO Facts about CanaU" )ssued for
twentV years by Frank *i iph, thd
well known writer and iceUier, TV
!92!l edi.i u l-t i.w out itr.ti cfntains
many additions ami impro ".incuts, in
eluding a map of the natural resour
ces of the Dominion. Tlie booklet is
a wonderful compilation in brief of the
story of the Dominion under fifty
subjects, ranging from "Agriculture"
lo "the West" and "tho Yukon" and
a iudispensablo to any educated Co
! mid la n who wants to keep up to date
| about Ills country, or who wishes to
j advertise it by sending copies away
as many do, while it is widely used In
schools. Leading newsdealers keep
the book in stock or it may te had by
sending 30 cents for n copy to the
CANADIAN FACTS PUBLISHING Co.
r>88 Huron St., Toronto.
LINKING CANADA AND THE STATES
Simple Sleeve
"You're   so smart— what's   Friday
named niter?"
"I dun no!—Itoblnsou Crusoe's piny
llialf.    I  gUQBS."
"No,  stupid—Thuriuhiy."        '
• •   »   •
lieslniiruiil I'litlos
"I'retly sort for you," wild tlie blonde waitress us she placed a croam-
Btuffotl chocolate oclalro in front of
[lie portly diner.
• •   *   *
Oi'tire   Vamp  Opines
Any ordinary man can slitne In society—IC he hns a billd hoail In do il
for htm.
• •   *   +
True—So True
Wife: "If you have Mine today, Henry. 1 wisli you would pin up ihe
screens."
Hubby: "Thais right—wo don't
waul to let any flies get out."
• *   *   *
Wasted Kiiergy
In Ihe gloaming, Oh, my darling.
1  go down tbo cellar stair;
nut long months ago 'twas emptied,
And there's no use in going there
• •   •   *
At The  lli.ilrnaif SliHitm
Boy: "Carry your bag. sir?"
Traveller:  "No."
Boy: "I'll curry it for a dime."
Traveller:  1 tell you 1 don't want 11
arried."
Boy: "Then why are yon carrying
il ?"
• •   •   *
For Hit-bony Funds
Constable:   "The  law  reads, 'ever;
vehicle shall carry,    light when dark
Hess begins." "
Five and  Costs:  "And when  doe,1
darkness begin?"
Constable:    "When  ihe    lights are
III."
• •   •   •
DlpVoiunts At Work
Cynical Sam: "Say, BUI, how much
did you any that fish weighed that
you caught last Tuesday?"
Bill:  "How much did  I  tell you?-
well   it   alnt   shrunk   none,   Sunlit alnt rhruiik none."
• *   *   •
Yes, Say We
Tessie: "And, ns he was leaving he
threw me a kiss."
Bessie: "Such a lasy fellow."
• *    •   •
Evhli-nrc! Evidence!
Pretty'girl iu a fury
Faced a St. Luuls jury.
claiming   a   Buick   had injured her
knee.
Wise foreman, said he
As culm as could he,
"May be true, Miss, but  we're from
Missouri!.
• •   •   •
The Old Way Is Heller
Now comes the news that in several states marriage by radio has been
declared illegal.
We can easily see that there would
he confusion iu the broadcasting of
the marriage ritual. By listening iu,
we might hear something like this:
Minister — do you iitn-dali-dah-in-
ta-tahadtadah Kloiso Itch take this
prunes closed firm to he your Texas
Gulf, Oil preferred 34 bid 80 lawfully
Quito a rush In ihe exporl of wheal
from B.C. ports Is anticipated in May.
Bookings and shipments to date, exceed 17 million bushels, Future progress is Indicated liy the ninny Improvements contain plated by lhe harbor commissioners. Work lias begun
on construction to the Ballnntyno Ptor,
io permit of more berth in r space for
steamships. The hill I'm- fnrilmr nd-
vancoH to Ihe Vancouver Harbor Coiu-
mtsslonors, has been nuthorUod nt OL-
lawa.
TMI-E automobile has become a na-
* tional institution for transcontinental touring and in United States
five million persona last year are
recorded as having whirled from one
national park to another. Boston to
the Pacific Coast by motor is getting to be as casual as train travel.
With a camp outfit tied to the running boards and a few additional
auto parts, the motorists nre able to
dress in their sports clothes, throw
care to the wind and search out
Nature with the help of a little
gasoline.
Hotels are only used on bath
nights, as the chief fun ts to pitch
the tent In the open and cook over
■ camp fire, or, as is the case
throughout the West, over specially
built camp stoves established in the
open places. Rustic camps are also
MMM to meit oi tht nstwnal parks
where motorists may rest for a few
days or weeks, in cabin* runted at
a moderate price and Within a short
walk uf a community house and din-
ing hall.
The Canadian Pacific Rockies are
thU year to be opened to all such
motor tourists, for the Canadian
Government in co-operation with the
Canadian Pacific Railway, has com*
pleted the Banff-Windermere automobile rond which throws open
Banff, Lake Louise and Windermere
Valley tn motorists.
Bungalow camps are being planned
nt convenient and beautiful points
to accommodate Just such travel in
addition to the regular travel which
comes by rail.
The new road will be formally
opened on June 30th and will permit the whole tide of motor traffic
up and down the Pacific Coast to
travel from Saa Diego to Portland,
thence up the Columbia Highway
to Spokane and so on, through tho
Canadian border, up the Windermere Valley, through the Canadian
Pacific Rockies to the famons resorts of Banff and Like Louise.
From Lake Louise the motorist may
go to the Valley of Ten Peaks and
Moraine Like. This is entirely new
country for the autoist approaching
from the West, although tho road
from the East, Calgary to Lako
Louise, through Banff, has been in
operation two years,
Tht connecting of this link makes
it poitiblt for motorists from tht
East to tour all the National Parki
of tht United States and visit those
In tht Caiadian Pacific Rockies ai
wil, Tht roads from ono tnd of
tht country to the other art generally excellent. Tht cost of such
motor trips It chuptr than staying
at Wat, say tht Motor tturfet*   .
QUICKLY BANISHED
"I sullrri'd yi'iii'Kol :i>:uny
tliroui'li blind itt-liini; piles,"
says Mrs. W. HukIks, ol
Hochelaga   St.,   Montreal.
"Pain, loss of strength,
complete misery, was my
daily lot until I came across
Zam-Buk. I know now that
there is nothing on this earth
to equal this grand herbal
healer. Since Zam-Buk
lifted me from misery my
earnest wish is that it will
be made known to all other
piles sufferers."
Moves Pain Like Magic!
Words can never fully describe the
grateful relief which herbal Zaiu-Huk
brlnii.    With tt iliaru is Intitaiii •Haying of
ImrniiiH pain IWll llolllntfl Rwollcn, itilluiiinl
;iiiiis   ate   loOthad   nnd   licatt'il,   milling  thi*
nilea m gradually bul completely rJlMppptr.
Z.mi link if WtUlIly IplMlHd t" ii'niii.t. luil
li'rts. •c.tli' lUsi'iisp. pniMnicii wound*,, bur iii,
senilis, etc.   Mfc. box. till di-alers.
amMK
NATURES
HtftBAL   BALM
NELSON BUSINESS COlLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Practical (luuinicrclnl fours. In
SI>,,|Ilimiil, T)|inwrlUllg
Buokkec|i|i>g,   Commercial   Law
Pellltuuislil|>
C.em.rclul Knftllsh and
Bliolllag
DAY    AND   NIGHT   CLASSES
For Particulars Apply to
C. W. TVLKII, Principal
P. O. lux, il, Kelson, 11.0
asy§iy£>'
x-,
j}ivc  your digestion a "kick" with
WRIGLEYS.
Sound teeth, a good
appetite und proper
digestion mean MUCH
to your health.
WIMGLEY'S IB a
helper in ntl this
work-a pleasant,
beneliclal plek-ine-up.
s
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Druu a little
"Fre*»zone" on an aching corn, In-
Btantly that corn otoiia hurting, tber
nhortly you lift lt right off with ling
«rs.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ol
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tbe toes, and tbe cal-
Innei, without lorcneei or I rr I tattoo,
NEW STAR STUDIO
II. H A it A, Photographcr
I'ortrulls A   tiniilnir HnMiIti*
Dono hy Bxporl Pliolbirnplmr
PROOFS   1'IIIIMSIIKI)  —
l.i'iivi' iis yiiiir Films In ho Do-
olopoil       21 hour Barvloo,
Slmllii: It\KIII flTIIKRT,
Ovor wiiiir Lunch       Dm 301
Lee Ging
\ Tailoring,   Dry   Cleaning,
Proving, Repairing.
I We ulso clean While Furn and
j (Itoves nf all kinds. High ('Inns
work at lowest prices.
j 14  Armstrong Ave.,  Cranbrook
P.O. Box 698
m 11111 fn' in*"*1 ["""niunffl | i
L. D. Cafe
(Mill. Dannport)
When you wish something good
to ut go to th. "L.D."
OCB    PRICES   AU    BIGHT Friday, May lllli, 1923
THE  CRANBROOK  11E1MLI)
FAOE  FIVI
Good nowa for tho play goors.
"Tho Old Dumhells" ure coming to the
auditorium, Mbmlny, May 28th, Willi
tholr hig 1923 hit, "Pull o' Pop."
Watch Cor further particulars.
Mr. D. h. Kennedy, manager ot the
Mason & Klsch Piano Co., o[ Vancouver, was In the city this week, looking
up tho local Mason 4 Rlsch agiut,
Mrs. Edmondson, on husiness connected with the llrm. Mr. Kennedy was
much impressed with the conditions
that he found III this district.
CANADIAN
Pacific
GENERAL <ii.vx.i-:
in
Tll.lfS SERVICE
Kffectlvti Sli!NI»AV, MAY BOth,
1083
Jpc
ocal Happenings
'lliiii's lor Trains nt
CKAMIIKMIK Will hi'!
Wi'Slhoillld       —Dally—       Hasllwund
No. 07 ur 12.10 No. 118 ar 4.111
IV 12.211 lv 4.20
i.akk tviMiKiomtt:
M mil Tliurs Weil ami Sal
No. 821 lv 9 a.m.     No. 822 ar 8.80 p.m.
KIMllKltU'.Y  LOCAL
No 823 lv 7.05 ant    No 824 ur 2.10 pill
Dully except Sunday
TRANS-CANADA LIMITED, Nos. 7
and 8, all standard sleeping cars
between Montreal, Toronto and
Vancouver will be resumed, first
train leaves each of these points
on May 20th, 1923.
THK MOUNTAINEER, Trains Nos. 13
and 14, between St. Paul and Vancouver will be resumed, first
through train passing Calgary westbound Juno 13th and eastbond June
12th.
For further pnrtieulnrs apply to any
Ticket Agent.
J. E. PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agent,
H-13 . CALGARY
A MILLION
DOLLAR BABY
Naturally, those who see this heading expect to read about some "baby
heir" of an American multi-millionaire,
and they will be surprised to learn that
such a description applies to a scientific
pyorrhea preventative, tooth and mouth
preparation, and they will doubtless
wonder how such a product ever came
to be spoken of as a "million dollar
baby." So the story must be told.
Over three years ago, the Research
Department of the Rexall Company,
in consultation with chemical specialists,
began an exhaustive investigation into
the disease Pyorrhea, and its proper
treatment, and in their characteristically thorough way spent over two
years before they perfected a compound
which answered every test, according
to their high standards. Such a remarkable demand has been created that they
have named it "the Million Dollar
Baby." Probably no preparation that
is devised for use as a Term combatter
was found so efficacious in preventing
all contagious diseases that enter the
system through the mouth and nose aa
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic. Especially
was it proved that users of it completely
escaped all attucks of the ttu when so
prevalent last year. This Rexall product can be purchased iu 3 Si-, und W)o.
special toilet bottles at
BBATTIE-NOBLE DHOtt GO.
— The Rexall Store —
CRANBROOK      -      -  B.C.
Where It peye to leal
Mr, und Mrs. W. O, Adlard left on
Thursday evening's train for Ferule,
to tuke up their permanent residence
there. Tliey spent uncut ol the duy
tu farewells with their wide circle uf
friends nmdu during tholr thlrtcon
years residence In this city, und hy
Whom their tie mm nre is ^sincerely
regretted,
Following ihe regular meeting of
thu Rebekali lindge on Wednesday evening, u social time wus enjoyed, In
which friends of the Robekahs participated, Curds wero enjoyed till about inlduiKlit, when refresh Uietlta
wore served, a double presentation
wus niiidu lo two piirtt noble grands of
the lodge, Mrs, W. C, Adlnrd mid Mrs.
Liddicout. 'I lie ili'Kt named hits already left the city tills week,
while tho hitter is expect Ing to shortly, A pair of cut glass vases was
presented to Mrs. Adlard. while Mrs.
Uddicoat was given a cut gloss flower basket. Mrs. 1. Baxter uuule the
presentations on helm 11' of tho  lodge,
tjn mark the regret fell at the removal
of two of their fallliful members, and
the feeling of friendship they have
enjoyed hitherto. A musical selection
wns given hy Miss Grace Higglns In
tho course of the evening, and the
winners of the whist drive were announced as Mrs. D, Campbell ladles'
high, A. Burch gentlemen's high, and
Miss Fennessey and ('. P. Macdonald
the ladles' and gentlemen's low respectively.
Mr. A. McC. Creery, of Vancouver,
has been a visitor in the district for
a few days over last week-end, in his
official capacity as Mpsonic Grand
Master for B.C. He was accompanied by H. M. Rich, of Ladner, a past
grand master of. the order. They visited Columbia Lodge, Windermere on
Friday last and motored down to attend a meeting of Cranbrook Lodge
ou Satuiday. They motored to Kimberley, but did not officially visit with
Selkirk Lodge there, but on Tuesday
evening wero at Fort Steele at a meeting of North Star Lodge No. 30. From
there ho went on to Creston on Wednesday. Among the visitors from
nearby points on Saturday evening at
a special meeting of Cranbrook Lodge
to greet the Grand Master were Major
Mallendalne, of Creston, who Is also
a. grand lodge officer, Mr. Geo. Baker,
of Fort Steele, the district deputy
grand master, and other members
from the Fort Steele lodge. Messrs. J
C. Pitts, Davidson aud Cleland, of
Windermere, and J. S. Blukeley, of
Radium Hot Springs, and several
members from Kimberley.
Mrs. R. H. Moore of this city is In
the hospital at present, suffering seriously from rheumatism.
v. O, Rodgers ot the Canyon city
Lumber Co., is announced as the successful tenderer for tlie stock of luui
ber*remaining on hand ut the mill
which whs formerly operated by the
laud settlement board of the provincial government at the returned men's
settlement, camp Lister, near Crest-
May 23rd & 24th
Will be Big Days
Veterans' Plans   For   Empire
Hay  Promise  Successful
(Vlt'hniliuii
Tennis :ti the Recreation ciuh win
he ushered fn ou Saturday of this
week, May IL', when all members are
uski'd   to he  present. Tea   will he
rveii during thu aftrnoon, Raise
raquet and a pair of shoes mid
me along,
At a hearing before Mr. Justice
Morrison, lt. C. Sunrenio Court judge,
on Tuesday, Mrs. Ed pa Louise Cluir-
bonenu wus grunted a divorce from
her husband Joseph Fred Oharboneau,
who Is at present in England, with
custody of the children. The usual
statutory grounds were recited iu the
Mayor Fred Little of Creston, along
with R; S. Bevan was in tlie city a
couple of days last week, while tlie
former was taking X-ray trealmenl for
his stomach, with which he has guff
ered considerably or late. His ailment is not serious and he will shortly
be around as well as ev-r. On .April
17th Mr. Little celebrated the 31st
anniversary of staking the Creston
town site.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro,. Qort.)
Maternity tnd General Nurslm
T.rms Modern.
Mlttt. A. (BAWl'tlltll,   M-tron.
ili.nl.ii Avenue      -  1'Iiod. IN
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   *   BITCH!!
MONUMENTAL  CO.
Neleea
About a dozen members of (he local lodge, Knights of Pythias, visited Nelson this week for the meeting
of Pythian Grand I.o<lgo in the rose
city, Which concluded its sessions on
Thursday. Those taking Ihe trip
wero Mr. and Mrs. A. Hurry. Mr. aud
Mrs. Collins. K. Branch. P. Briggs, C.
Bergetrom, J. Hall nnd E. A. Hill
(the Crnnbrook representative) and
Win. Hatcliffe. Mr. Branch returned
ou Thursday and reported all members of tho Cranbrook delegation going strong when he left. Ho himself
was none ihe worse for the big banquet the Pythian Sisters and their
Dokkio brothers pul on Wednesday
night On Thursday a boat trip
to ho luken at L80 Up the west arm,
and In the evening 11 dunce was to
round out tho duy. The grand lodge
besides putting through twenty-six
candidates got through other husiness
and ompng other things placed themselves ou record in favor of Asiatic
exclusion.
Thos. Embleton, of RosBland, Provincial Grand Prior, Sovereign Grand
Priory of Canada, was a visitor In
the city this week. On Monday even
intf he uttended tlie regular meting tof
Selkirk Preceptory here as a guest
and the following day jmotored
Kimberley with Mayor W. F. Cameron,
where lie met many old friends from
Troll and Rosslaud. He returned
to his home lion Wednesday,
Rev. W. T. Tapscott leaves on
lhe 17th for Salem, Ore., where he
will remain for a short time, previous
to a more extended visit In the east.
At SHlem. where two of his sons reside, ho will supply the pulpit at (he
Baptist Church for two Sundays. At
Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr, Tupsi-ott will
speak in bis old charge there, Two!
sous are also In tho coal city. Mr.
Tiipseott Is being asked to speak at
several points iu the Eastern States
and Canada.
On Thursday evening the regular
meeting of the congregation of the
Baptist Church was held, at which
tenders for the improvements to the
church wero received. The building committee was authorized to a-
ward the contract and proceed with
t he coftsi met ion just as soon as
funds were assured. A social will
be hehi at the parsonage on Wednesday evening next which will mark
the "1st anniversary of tlie birthday
of tbe pastor Hev. W. T. Tapscott. At
this social donations in cash for the
buHdlng fund will he received for immediate use und promises for further
payments will be accepted. The social will also take the form of a reception for Mr. E. E. King, of Brandon College who is to supply for Mr
Tapscott during his absence.
SCHOOL REPORT FROM
SOITII WARD FOR
MONTH    OF    APRIL
On Wednesday evening ;l public
meeting wus held ut the C. W. V. a.
hall whet) plans were furthered for
the monster celebration on the 24th.
The Veterans have an interesting
program for the 23rd and L'-lth which
should satisfy everybody, Tiie fun
is to start on tho ntton oon of the
2S?d when ihe school children's
sports will bo held. In the evening
a boxing match is being arranged for.
The program tor tbo 24th is.
Parade 0 u. m. Baseball Mutch io
a. in.; Afternoon, Horse Races, Evening, Bull Came ami Dance, $250.00
in prize money is being offered. The
bind will   be   In   attendance all day.
Putting mi this celebration means
| a huge amount of work by the veterans for which tliey gel little return.
The presence in Cranbrook of the
number of visitors tlml the sports
will attract means much to the merchants, aud u is therefore up to
everybody lo do all In their power to
make tlie duy a success and slay at.
home and help put it over with a
bang.
Cranbrook cars are prohibited outside the city limits on iho 24th,
A huge lump of Lethbridge Chinook
eoul lias been donated by Towrlss
and Adams to the G. W. V. A. This
is on view ut lbe Veterans hail and
will he awarded to tho lucky one who
guesses nearest to its correct weight.
The guessing will he a feature of the
24th celebration, Tickets will be on
salo on the 23rd und 24th und tile
drawing will mkist likely he made at
the dance on  the night uf the 24th,
A football game bus alBO been
ranged for tlie evening of Ihe 23rd,
The G. W. V. A. have donated tho use
of the grounds that evening to tho
football club und u gome wiih Kim
berley 1ms been arranged for about
7 o'clock, lhe proceeds uf which will
go to the hospltul.
Prest OLite Service
from Coast to Coast
FROM tlio Rio Grande to the
Yukon, from the Atlantic to
the Pacific, wherever you ro, you
will find Prest-O-LiteService. There
are over eijjht hundred Prest-O-Lite
service stations in Canada.
Prest-O-Lite Service is hut on a par
with the quality of the Prest-O-Lite
Battery—the 100'; made-ln-Canada
Storage Battery which has been
chosen as standard equipment by
the majority ot* Canadian motor-car
manufacturers. Wherever you go
you will find Prest-O-Lite Batteries
in use. and Prest-O-Lite Service
near at hand.
PRESTO-LITE COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED
MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG
fimtOUlte Storage Battery
-right for every car
East Kootenay Battery Service
Ted Cooper Cranbrook B.C.
new concentrator
at kimiii:hi,i;y to hi:
ix operation in .iixy
JOHN CARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHAN0ER
Full Lint of Wall Paper
In Slock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phon. 409 st ill hour*
CBANBHOOK    .    .    .    EC.
Established 1198 I'll,mo IH
Geo. R. Leask
PIONRER KllllUK
WW  CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work,   Picture Framing
KflflimitPH given on
nil Classen of work
onirc: Corner Nerhiirj  Avenue
nml Krinnrri* Hlreel
Tlio new conueulrator ivhleh is being constructed by llio Cousolfdalod
Mining und Smelting Company at Kim*-
berley, will be ono of the most un-to-
dato plants in tlie world and will bo
able to handle up tn 2,000 tons ol' ore
por ilny. The buildings have u steel
frame, gunlte walls and all the floors
and the foundation are of conorote.
Tlio process to bo uBed for handling
tbo ore from llio Sullivan mine bus
been developed at tlio Trull smelter
It Belecls llrst the load and sulphide,
then tbo zinc sulphide and leaves tho
iron as tailings. This concentrator
win be in operation some time In July
and. when working, will be one of the
sights of the province.— Kootenay
Times.
hud fought for his country, und had
ilways been steadily employed,  aud
ho engineer was tbo first man to
loll him bo could not do a proper
days' work. There was a little heat
exchanged between some of tbe older-
men, tho engineer and the former city foreman lu regard to ibis matter,
and the incident closed with an assurance from tho council to Mr. Hol-
nios that no reflections wore cast on
his ability.
Under  communications     a    let'or
from the Retail Mon.bai.ttf Assocla- 	
lou was received concerning the dustlpord
the proposals
Aid. Flowers was Informed In res
tfonse to a question thut the appoint
ment    of    the assistant  to  the  clt)
1. Flow-
clerk was temporary,
ers thought that if posll
should be employed, if p.
school graduate.
At the request of Aid,
uorrespfDhdenco In coi
the sewerage disposal w
bled and read .
Aid. Cameron questioned tin* ai
if the council as to the purchase
runabout for the city, and
taid over till next meeting.
By-law No. 22h was finally passed
ami adopted.
Alderman    Bronsdon    gave   notice.
that ul the next meeting of the coun-
'.' ;t resident   ■ '1 he would move:
wible a high      "Thai  this  council  views with t
I (arm tho existing system of dealing
Balment tlie! wiih the refuse ol the city. In that I:
lection with! all0*8  •lU unnecessary accumulation
garbage, which Is not only uneeti
ry. but  conducive to an outbrea.
fire.     Therefore this council hen
redolvea    to    inaugurate a mot
.idem   system   whereby   it   will  1 .-
.rks
nuisance.      It   was decided to advise   informed   that   this   lilaltt-r   bail   been 1 compulsory     fur   every     household-.
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY  •
11 Armstrong Avenue
Oppos.lt*: W. D. Hill's
First Class  Work Guaranteed.
LOOK
THK HOME OF OOOll
PASTRY
Our Fond unit Servlro are Pleasing a Host ol Friends.
BOOTHS  FOR  INDIES
CAFE  ZENITH
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Opposite C. P. R.
T.lepkone U M. *•« ««
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss k Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
OPPOSITE CeVJL. DEPOT
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DIVISION' I.
lVri'ecl Atlendnu.r*.
Clarence llarrolt. Joey Borkln. Jos-
ic litefnre, Evelyn Eley, tJouls Holm.
Holly Johns, Clarence Johnson. Bosle
Magro, John Magro, Nora Malone, Angelo Mnru'iodl, Percy North. Murray
Rombough, Kdllh Wells. Clyde Williams, Dorothy Worthington, Ethel
Mil pee.
Senior Second (tender
Highest In Class — Rosalyne Weslon.     Second, Dorothy Worthington.
Junior Second Header
Highest   In CIubh. — Ethel  Kflgee.
Second, Percy North.
I lr*t Header
Highest In Class. — Margaret Dal*
zlel,     Second. Adit Onuimou.
E. N. BIND, Teacher.
DIVISION II.
II ii ii or Hoi I.
Second Primer. — Marguerite Mar*
npodt, IluRort Llnnell, Doris Eley, Virile) Miller.
First Primer
Albert Russell. Bud Sullivan, Qeton-
d:i Magro and Eddie Walsh, equal;
Frelda Magee.
Beginners. — Harry Sollckl, Tony
Costelto, Frank Blefare, Ellen Saunders.
Perfect Attendance
John- Bronltsky, Angola Bflefare,
Prank Blefaro, Annie Ilnrkin, Tony
Costello, Margaret Cnssels. Doris Eley, Ronnie Coleman, James Haley,
Walter Collings, Marguerite Marapodl, Hubert Llnnell, Jennnctte L'Ahbe.
Frelda McGee, Robert Pattinson, Victoria Pascuiio, Eileen Pokitllng. Al ■
hert Russell, Fred Reynolds, Eddie
Walsh, Ivor Barrett, Rose Blefare,-Ed
win Berrlngton, Billy McNeil, Qelonda
Magro, Laura Malone, Violet Miller,
Harry Sollckl, Lee Gammon.
1.11 FLBTOY, Teacher.
FRED MIN-ISS IS Nl-W
CITY CLERK
(Continued from Page 1)
changed their attitude, Tbe council at. their lost meeting had voted
against the swimming pool, nnd at it
recent public meeting Aid, Jones bad
boon the only one in favor nf a pool
in the park. Aid, Flowers stated that
last, year's council had not beon in
favor of Including a pool. Aid. Balment thought that If the facts hod
been made known li t year tliat tlio
by-law would nol have passed. Ho
suggested tho reining of the Recreation Club pool. Mr. Brown considered thai tbo construction was not
Impossible, but not for the money, as
Tlu re woe also the Question of the
ability of tlie water system to provide sufficient water for the pool,
of tbe drainage system, to take care
of (he same.
In reply to n statment of the Mayor, Mr. Attridge stated ho would not
Insult the Ittnelltgenoo of the people by saying they hud not understood what they had voted on. Aid.
Cameron wns of the opinion that the
pool project should not be gone ahead with, since tlie people had voted thinking that 11 could he done for
ten thousand dollars, whoreas ho considered the.t Impossible, Il was filially moved hy Aid. Bronsdon and
Balment lo adhere lo lbe decision to
eliminate the pool from iho park
plans. Aid, Bronsdon stated that
he considered tho people in voting on
lhe by-law bad been carried nw;-y
by a wave of enthusiasm at the lime.
and an Incorrect Improssion had been
obtained. A motion offered by Alderman Balment later ou, after more
discussion had arisen, lo call for lenders for tiho pool work, was ruled out
of order.
Mr. A. Holmes was the next party
to place u grievance. He claimed
that the City Engineer not only refused to give him employment but
thnt he would not have him ou city
work at all. He considered that
while Iho engineer might have a right
to refuse him ornph yment. ho had n<
right to injure his reputation with
bin present employers, ns he claimed
he wns doing. Aldermen Flowers
nnd Cameron though! Mr. Holmes
had ii right to object ns a ratepayer.
Aid. Balmotit thought It was up to tho
engineer. Mr. Holmes claimed he
had worked under Mr. Eakin for
three years, und had not been Riven
'a proper chance by Mr. Urowu.     lie
them that the sprinkler was now in
working order and thut In tho future
satisfactory service world be given.
A letter from J. U Palmer asking
■ tho extension of    water and sew-
connoctlon to tlio Baptist Church
property, was referred   to the water
ml sewers committee.
On motion of Aldermen Jones and
Kllby the monthly accounts were ordered. (
The report of tbe works committee
showed thut much ashes and gravel! that a cut   In  the salary
had been hauled, and street Injpnove- n)a(ie.     jiir .Mr. Roberts'
decided ul  a special  meeting.
The applications for the position of
city clerk wero received and letters
from tlie totMowing were read: M.
T. Harris. A. C. Shankland, J. F. Walker, F. W. Burges.s, A. Cuthbert, A
G. Crowe, F. J. Harbinson,
Braam, A. E. Turntr. Walter Reid
and C. H. Bruce. With respect to
the resignation of Mr. Roberta, ihe
mayor desired to place himself on re
cord thut It was not with his sanction
hud been
ability he
within tbe city limits u> have plac"
ut the rear of his or her proper:.
adjoining the lane, a garbage cefi
with lid—to be provided by the clly-
and (be contents of same to he c-'.
lected weekly on given days for ran
C. Van ing portions of the city aud that Uu
expense of such system to be eeit
sustained  by a  levy of  twenty-Are
cents
of th
thy i
a dii
per month to all householder*
■ city; thereby ensuring a he»l-
ud clean city at all times, and
(net preventative of fire.
ments carried out, the city warehouse covered with sheet iron, and
other matters attended to.
Tlio fire committee, through Alderman Bronsdon, reported two alarms
had been attended to.
Thu water committee showed two
new services installed, aud hydrant
repaired.
Aid. Cameron reported for the sewer committee two new connections
made. The disposal works had been
found to be lu poor condition, but
this was now being attended to. It
wus found difficult to break up the
sludge in order that it could pass
through the small sludge pipe.
Alderman Flowers reported seven
new electric, light connections, and
eleven cut out, with two removals
New poles had boon put in and and
certain changes mude in the lines.
Alderman Kllby presented a clean
bill of health for tho city, and no relief  was necessary.
Dr. Rutlodge's report showed all
tho city dairies either to be In good
condition, or his recommendations to
mako them so being carried out.
On motion of Aid. Cameron, Mr. J.
U. Sutherland, of Calgary, was reappointed as auditor for the year, nnd
will be usked to furnish un audit at
tbe end of the term of office of the
retiring city clerk.
Alderman Cameron (juteettoned if
the employment of a city foreman
should be continued, considering him
self that the work should he delega
led to the city engineer. Besides
considering the position unnecosary
he did not agree with the appointment, which had been mndo by the
engineer. Aid. Flowers stated the
matter bad been discussed among a
number of the aldormen and It bad
practically been decided then that
they should get along without a foreman. Aid. Bronsdon considered in
View of tho amount of work to be
done it would not lie expedient loget
on without a foreman. With tills
view Ihe mayor also agreed. In the
iiiurse of the discussion it was shown
that Mr. McCormlck wan the holder
of property on Durick Avenue under an agreement of sole. There was
considerable discussion of more than
ordinarily acrimonious nature on this
topic. It was moved by Aid, Cameron that the services nf the city fore
man bo dispensed with, and a tie
vote rmltlnc Uu mayor nagatlved
hat: the highest regard. In prarfoifi
years large sums !u 1 been span! '«'..
lepnl services, but rlncc the emp.cy-
meitt of a city solicitor bad be.'n dla-
tiifed with, there had been no tr>u-
He In the way of pc>lons against '.he
i:y, and consequently no exnenso.
OPENING GAMES IN |
DISTRICT ItALL LEAGUE
0>    SUNDAY    LAST
Cranbrook made a rather Inauspicious opening on Sunday last in thetr
opening  engagement  in  the district
On a motion    by   Aldormen Jones baseball league, when they were en-
nnd Balment that F. W. Burgess be
appointed for thu position, an amendment was made by Aid. bronsdon
that Mr. Martin Harris be appointed.
There was no seconder to the amendment  and tbe motion  carried.
A letter from E. Clausen asking
the cancellation of taxes on the property upon which he Is erecting a hotel on Baker Street, came up Tor consideration.       It   was  moved  hy  Ald-
tertolntng Fernie on tiie home diamond. Space forbids going into de-
Lail regarding the game, but a bad
break in the seventh allowing Fernie to get ahead, and finally they woo
put by 6 — 1.
At Wycliffe the same day Kimber-
ley were the visitors, and likewise
took away the honors 9 to 5 in a
; fairly fast game.
On   Sunday  next   Wycliffe  goes  to
Jones and Balment that it be Gentle and Cranbrook to Lumberton.
qbu wm
Have
Driven
More ihan
750 Miles since'
Oil was Changed -
Your CttANK CASE
Needs Cleaning
■ We use ■
IMPERIAL FLUSHING OIL
and dive expert
CLUNK CASE SERVICE
RATGLIFFE & STEWART
Niish Cars nnd Trurks
GRAXimOOK     •    II.C. TAflE   SIX
THE  CRANBROOK HERALD
Friday1, May lllli, 1D2S
Gen. A. D. McRae
INTERIM  LEADER OF THE NEW
Provincial
Party
Will, ADDRESS A MEETING IN THE
AUDITORIUM
CRANBROOK
ON
SATURDAY
MAY 12th
AT 8 P.M.
Everyone Interested in Securing a Clean, Efficient Business Administration of the
Affairs of the Province is Invited to Attend. Women
Electors Specially Invited
"Get Oliver Out and
Don't Let Bowser In"
Qttiba and Dalztel wero busy recently painting and rodecorallng Mi'. John
Manning's Ice Cream Parlor ;,i the
rear of tlie store. In tlie ltol weather
tlie patrons or this parlor will appreciate tho Improvement Mini has boon
made.
Messrs It. 1'. Moftatt unci W. Soden
havo been appointed official delegates
from Key city Lodge to attend the
I. 0, i). F. (iniiul Lodge meeting next
month nt the coast, alternate dele-
gut es being Messrs. S. Fyles nnd T. A.
Wallace,
lnsiiro with Bealu &. Elwell.
W. M. Archibald, of Rossland, was
In the city on Tuesday.
Mrs. \V. Steward of this city, Is a
patient at tlie hospltnl at present.
Dunce with the Clef Club, Wednesday, May Wth. ut tin? Auditorium. 10
io 2. Rotresbmetits. Geutlemon $1.
Indies SO cents. 11
Mrs. Assoc, und young son, or Wasa,
have returned to their home alter u
Btay In the city.
Mrs. W. M. Patton has returned to
the city after a short holiday spent
wttii her slsler nt Trail.
Canlslou Creamery Butter, It His.
J1.25, or 5 lbs. 41c lb. Local Dairy
Butter 40c Ib. Local Fresh Kggs 30c
35c mul 40c. We guarantee iho 35c
anil 40c eggs.
( CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
Aid. W. J. Flowers has been grant-
oil a three months' leave of absence
from his employment ut the.C. V. R.
shops.
We havo ln stock a full line of
Women's, Men's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock Ib complete and—
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Mrs. J. McCullum has been appointed to attend the Grand Assembly or
the Kebekah Lodge, to be held nt the
Coast early next month, witli Mrs.
Drew us alternate delegate.
Afternoon Ten and Cookery sale
will be held in Knox Church Hull on
Saturday May 121 li from 3 to C. Also
book sale. Everybody welcome.      11
Mrs. A. L. Magrath returned to her
home ul Hull River, on Monday much
Improved, after a stay at tlie hospital.
W. F. Doran cnrrles a full line or
botli Ilools and Shoes, and General
Goods. See him for that new t'ongo-
leuni Rug, or a Simmons' Bed. —Do-
ran'B Low Prices Win Every Time.
Stf
Mrs. Aull and Mrs. Wilson or Fernie. wore Cranbrook visitors on Sunday.
Sunday concert by the Ctet Club tn
tlio Auditorium, May 201 li, at S.30 p.m.
If you have so fur missed hearing
them, Ibis Is your last chance for tlie
season.       Collection. 11-12
Out of the
Ordinary
Lots ot people make unusual requests at this store.
And we try to satisfy every
one ot them. Often there la
no profit iu it to us. That
Is not the question. If we
can help out a customer ot
this store we have helped
out a i friend, anil who Ib
there wouldn't be glad to do
that?
W.H.Wilson
ABSOLUTELY NOTHING BETTER
THAN
BORSALINOl
^      HATS
AT W8.00
We have absolutely no hesitation In making the above statement, because the men who wear them lell its this, anil always come back for
ANOTHER  ONE
"The Proof of ihe Pudding is in lhe Eating."
IleniBtitchlug.-
den Avenue.
Mrs.  Surtees,  Car-
2ttl
Spring & Summer Offerings
PHONE 808 :  PHONE 308
Ladies' Porch Dresses
Just in.    VERY LATEST STYLES in
BLACK SATEEN, trimmed with crotonno, ul  $11.30 ft *I.IK) eu.
GINGHAMS, trimmed with red and blue chiffon   UNI ca.
Unbleached COTTON HOUSE DRESSES, neatly trimmed.. S.IHI oa.
and A COMPLETE RANGE of
CAMISOLES, In American silk shades, al from   *l..'ill lo tlM
LADIES' .SILK HOSE, In all tho popular shades,
in Siiai, Prices at   85c, tine, (11.25, ii $13 pr.
Children's Wear
Best Range ol HOYS'     & <;|IM,S HATS Unit ne linve
ever stocked) HOW mi display, nl very lowest prices
Boys' & Girls' Hosiery
HALF HOSE, in all shades   tor Boys and Girls, at popular prices
3S0 llranil in STOCKINGS, all sizes, lit      85c pr.
Boy Soldier, 3 in 1 RIBBED HOSE, all sizes, at from Me to 65c pr.
Complete Line of
RUBBER SOI,i:i» CANVAS OUTING SHOES, in all
size*, for Men, Boys 11 ml llirls, at 101 Above Cost.
BATHING SUITS, all colors, tor Boys and Ulrls at  (11,15 mill
do. do. for Women and Men. at  1.75 suit
BATHING CAPS, in all colors, al   Mc and 75c ea.
11 .. Mail Orders Pr ptlj Filled      ::
Moffatt's Variety Store
■^
Having Buffered damage and loss
from dogs at large tn my premises at
night, the owners of same are warned
tliat on und after this date traps will
be set for the offending animals,
which will be shot at sight when discovered ticspussing within the premises.
11 H. P. HBLMSIN'G
WARNING
J
1
TIRES - TIRES  - TIRES
Before buying Tires
elsewhere, any make,
any size — See Us for
GUARANTEED TIRES,
NON-GUARANTEED
TIRES
RE-TREADED TIRES
RECONSTRUCTED
TIRES
REPAIRED TIRES
UNCALLED FOR
TIRES
BICYCLE TIRES
and all makes and sizes of Tabes.   We ean save yoil 111011    .
oy.   When buying a new car buy your spare tire from us.
u
WILSONS VULCANIZING WORKS
Opjiostto Ltijuor Store
•W
^L
IF    THK     HOT    RECEIPT
l'01'l.ll TALK IT WOULD
(Al.l, TIIE RENT-PAYER
AH   EASY   MARK.
It it wasn't for rent-payers
there couldn't be any landlords.
It every man made a real at-
temiit to liny his homo thoro
would lio a more righteous ills
tliliutlon ot tue world's wealth.
Ynu know this Is true. Buy a
home.    You can do it.
Beale & Elwell
SPECIAL REALTY
OFFERINGS
2G. Lots 8, 9, 10, Block
97, on Baker St.,
near Govt. Bldg.,
cheap at $1.10
20. Part acre land and
comfortable cottage
opposite Brewery,
worth $900, going
for     $450
27. Lots 19-24, block 41
fine residential loc-
tlon. Any reasonable price   considered.
28. 10 acres land, partly under Irrigation,
and 2 storey residence, within mile
and a half of post
office.    A real bargain at   $1850
SAFETY DEPOSIT Boxes
for $3.00 per aunum.
Mr. Dave Emery of Crows Nest motored in on Saturday.
BORN—To Mr. nnd Mrs. h. F. Cond, I
of Kimberley, art, the Cottage HoBpltal, |
on Tuesday, May 8th, a daughter.
Duuco with the Clef Ctyib, Wednes-I
day, May 16th. at the Auditorium. 10
tn 2. Refreshments. Gentlemen $1.
ladles 50 cents 11
Mrs. J. Hayden of Creston, was able
to leave hospital on Sunday and re-j
turned Immediately lo her home.
Seed Potatoes, Early Rose, Netted II
Gem and Wee McGregor.     Certified
seed.     Seeded Raisins, Special Price [j
small package, 10c.
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
Mrs. Murdock McLeod and children I
ure guests this week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Klingensmith,)
near Creston, prior to moving to Vancouver, where their home will be In |
future.
Sunday concert by ihe Clef Club in I
the Auditorium, May 20th, at 8.30 p.m.
If you have so far missed hearing
them, this is your last chance for the
season.      Collection. 11-1-1
George S. Baker and Mrs. Bakerl
were in tho city on Saturday from|
Port Steele.
Dr. \V. A. Fergle announces that he
will he absent from the city commencing Monday, June 11, and until tho
2nd July. Those having dentistry In
view aro asked to arrange appointments accordingly. 11-14
LOST. — On Sunday night, case containing a pair of Torchon lense
glasses. No. inside caBe 4252. Finder will be rewarded by returning to
R. P. Moiratt. 11
The Methodist Ladies Aid have fixed
ou Saturday, December 1st as the date
for the annual Bazaar nnd Sale of
Work. 11
J. R. Tan nock, of Fort Fraser,
B. C. is n newcomer to Cranbrook,
being transferred from the government agency at that place. Mr. Tan-
nock takes over tbe duties of Deputy
Collector. The staff at the government building Is now up to strength.
The L. A. to B. of R. T. will give a
whist drive and dance on June 6th In
the K. P. Hall. Robinson's Orchestra.
11
Just arrived —n new shipment of
Lifebuoy Running Shoes. All sizes
for Men Women and Children at
Cranbrook Exchange.
Our low prices win every time
9tf
We are showing almost every
shape nnd shade that will be
popular for spring wear. Look
for this brand inside the hat.
csr.-
^&&*'q>.
Those who wear caps will find the G & C Brand one of the best finished
caps on the market, and they
are made in Ihe very latest
shapes, shades, and of the best
materials, beautifully lined—a
cap that yon will be proud to
wear, and the prices are right
for the quality.
We are also exclusive agents
for tlio Famous BROOK Hat
ul $6.00 and $0.50, These are
also shown in many shapes
and shades.
n. 0. UNIVERSITY PLAYERS COMING WITH
ItRIHHT SHAW PLAY
"You Never (an Tell" To He
Presented  Here, Saturday
.Hay 26th.
"You Never Can Tell", the witty
comedy hy o. B. Shaw, which the
Players Club of' the University of
British Columbia will present here
nt tho Auditorium, Saturday evening
May 20th, wan first produced lu New
Westminster. Tho New Westminster
"Columbian", sjleakljiE ot the performance, says  tn  part  as follows:
"This year's offering of the players
Is ji happy choice. It belongs to
(hat stage in George Bernard Shaw's
development which at the proUent
lime is perhaps the most acceptable.
He breaks new ground, follows
route diverging from the beaten path,
and at first carried comparatively few
with him.
"You Never Can Tell" Is a piece of
sound work in a technical sense, and
in the hands of a group of clever
plnyors offers everything that a play
ot Its kind need have—wit, humor,
human emotion, a touch ot satire and
a solid core to chew on, because it
raises discussion nnd provokes thot
on the question of family relationships, a fit subject for the artist because it Is old yet ever new.
With this material the University
players had a golden opportunity,
and thoy did well with It. Their
character drawing waa food. They
delineated wftb a delicate brueta."     I
Saturday May 26—Keep this date
open for the University players iu
"You Never Can Tell". intf
The Revetaioke Review, stated recently a number of changes have heen
majlo in the government offices at tliat
place. Wtnfleld Maxwell, who will
ho remembered as having made the
race for the Dominion house In Weal
Kootenay in the "Win the War" campaign, lias been named as Government
agent and Gold commissioner. John
Lee, mining recorder, who has been
acting as government agent, has been
appointed assessor and collector, and
J. A. Stewart, assessor, has been
transferred to Cranbrook.
Miss S, V. McCallum returned lo tbe
city last week-end. to resume her
work with Division XI. at the Central School. About the time of the
Easter vacation She was compelled to
undergo an operation for appendicitis,
from which she has now recovered.
During her absence Mrs. P. W. Willis has beon ably substituting iu her
bs roam.
The Fort Steele Girls Basketball
Club are pulling on another dance on
Wednesday evening, May liith, at the
Band Hall, Fort Steele, when a really enjoyable time is looked for. and
visitors from nearby joints nre planning to he present. Robinson's orchestra will provide the music, und
dancing will go on from 9.:tfl till 3,
Refreshments will also he served.
K. MAIGAWA
New Ice Cream Parlor
We   are   now   settled   lu   our
brand new store on Van Home
Street.
We   can   now   serve you   with
ICE   CREAM,   SOFT   DRINKS
ICE CREAM SUNDAES
In the Miff I.OJi« BLOCK
Young flan
with 15 years banking and
municipal experience (available at one month's notice) seeks permanent position in moderately dry
climate.
Best references
E. H. Tucker
Drawer A
EDSON
AHA.
RNNOUNGEMENT
On Saturday Next
DALE'S
BAKERY
Will Open Their
Ice
Cream
Parlor
Drop  In And  Try Some
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM
or a DRINK from the
FOUNTAIN
WANT ADS.
UTAH  HEl'OND  HAND  STORE
l'heie 8.
We pay the ben prices going for all
kinds   of   furniture.     Wo buy anything from a mmiie trip to an automobile.
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
LOST—On   Friday evening  Inst,  between the Auditorium nnd Harwell
Avenue, jady's wrist watch. Finder
please leave nt Herald office. Reward
11
WANTED. — Two experienced western pine gradera,     Desirable position and pay to competent men. Nicola  Pine Mills,  Ltd.,  Merrill. B.C.
11-12
TOR SALE—I
Mire
bred lit
iBtoln Bull
Calf, olx We
IKS
,lil. from
good milk-
or, ?40.no.
O.
(1. Burbc
', Newgato,
ii. C,
11   11)
POR KENT—
rim
,' rooms.
furnished,
with or wit
lorn
1)011 I'll.
SOD Downr
Avenue.
111!
FOR SALE—Bel
if heavy
hamuli in
good shape.
Apply tl.
It. Moll or
Dux Sill
llllf
W,ANTi:il.
cic
in cotton
nign, free
from lint.
N
■ woolloi
s.   Herald
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in
FOR BALD—C
011,1 mllklllg
low, due lu
freanoll em
of
April.    Apply lleii-
how Ranch,
or
'.(>. Box
J76,        (If
FOR SALE, -
- A
Bluebird
cream se-
paralor.     A|>|>]
v 11. Weston Store.
6tf
1(1   ACRE   FARM  CHEAP—tor quick
mile. Guoil liulldlugs, spring creek,
auto road to door, flue bottom bind
with part already undor cultivation.
Big Sullivan Mlno, Kimberley, close
by, Is ready market right nt door.
Apply to Martin Bros., Cranbrook,
B.O. |tt
WANTED—We wish to purclmso for
spot cash at market price two good
milk cows, fresh within put thlrtf
days. Brown Poultry Ranch. P.O.
Box 703, Cranbrook. Htl
FOR SALE—One garage Mi, aid ono
Lao BdOsW rlfla.   & Weotoa.

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