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 u20
provincial l-llirury Mur 31-20
ft-.
TIIE NATIONAl ADYEIITISEB
KNOWS THE BEST JIEDIUM-
HE MTKONIZES THE HEBALD
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
A FAPEB FOB IDE HOW—
THE IMEBESIS Ot CBA5*
BBOOK   FOBEXOST   AlWAIS
VO L U Jl E
t'lUMiltOOk, 11. Cm TlirKNN.lY. FEBRUARY 20, 1020
SIX  PAGES TODAY
> U SI II E II
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Alberta, one cow lo each person, in'
[other cattle in R. C, one bend lo
I every two persons; Alberta, live to
I each person. As to sheep, H. C, one
to every nine persona; Alberta, ti\e
,..» each person. Hog'**1, B. C„ ono to
! every tou persons; Alberta, one to
j each person.
i Although we luvd lhe smallest number of dairy cows ami any other province, 'lit-, was no groun of fanuors
I iliscusM-'l in it grantor extent, than,
I those of B. i'. Tholr organization
Inul brought them iuto very high
; prominence, Wo had tho best dairy
i land tin. sun shines on, nnd the smallest uuinbii* of cows) but wc hnd tho
I largi'iit number of Canadian re-cord
cows In the Itomlnion, tiio avorage of
milk per cow being from 5,000 to (h-
000 pounds, while Konie went as high
IU9 113,000 pounds per tic-ad, W< must
therefore, have it very great number
standing way down on the list which
showed tho room for expansion Ihat
axlstodi We should endeavor to have
:i standard of 10,000 pounds of milk
por cow. Thero was no business tlmt
required [greater intelligence, nnd
nothing would create a greater Im-
prcoslon on the rest ***f the Dominion
and the World than the establishing
of tho best herds In the land. This
district was nn excellent range district, nnd on that account farmers
would not get good milk cows without lots nt feed. Farmers throughout
thc dlitrlct should specialize n one
breed of cattle, one "breed of horses,
one brood of any kind or live stodk,
so that this district would bo a byword for n particular breed of live
stock.
Mr. Moffat proposed the toast of
"The Rod and Gun Club," and was
seconded by Mr. Cooper.
Mr. Moffat stated that the club now
brfasitedj of 300 /members, many of
them beelng outside tbo district; they
had spent considerable sums of
money in re-slocking the streams,
and they now had In tlie neighborhood of $400 or $500 fur that purpose.
This, however, was not sufficient and
they should havo muh assistance In
carrying on this work, which waa of
very great importance to ihe district
ill large.
Mr. Cooper drew attention to tho
great advantage to the community of
the beautiful St. Marys valley from
the out-door point of view, and tho
club had received communications
from numerous people who intended
vi .iting Ihat part of the country
again this year.     Ue advocated the
WELL   KNOWN   IUHMSTI.K
UNANIMOUS CHOIH. OV
ANN! Al, .MI.mJNU
VISITORS' TALKS AIM!
HIGHLY  ENJOYED
Prosperous future in Store for
for District, is tho tteltof
of lhe Hoard Homhers
Judging from thee optimistic tone
of the addresses of members of the
Cranbrook Hoard of Trade and visitors In attendance on the atiuuul meeting of the hoard held last Friday evening in .Masonic hail, th,. future holds
out good things for this city nnd district.
Ahout sixty assembled around the
banquet table, the supper heing catered by thc ladles of tbe Anglican
church and the many tempting dish-
were enjoyed by all.
The meeting was made the occasion of a visit from members of the
University of British Columbia who
were lecturing in Cranbrooh, and also from Mr. Benson, of tho department of Agrioulturee at Ottawa,
Delegates from Creston Board of
Trade wero also hi attendance
Owing t« the presence of the visitors the addresses wore principally
devoted to the farming industry,
The formal business consisted in
the election of n presdent for the
ensuing year. Mr. (!. J, Spreull, the
retiring president, had signified lite
Intention of nut standing again for
tho office. Mr. Nlsbet moved, seconded by Mr. FlnK. tlir/ da pltrt Mr.
Spreitll's feelings in tho mutter, lie
be urged t*» take the olllce for another
year. Both paid very high tribute
to his work In tht- past during exceptionally trying times, nnd while
admitting that the posftinn H more
fating  for  u   lwr.-lu-n    t0   Mil.   ihey1* setting aside of that  stcttou  by tbo
S\\\  I.Kit-IK NOTAHU:
TO COME TO UUMUHH.K:
HATE TO BE ANNOUNCED
U i-- announced tbat Captain Evans
if tin Navy League aud of the Scot'
South Pdle expedition, as i\> 11 q
being famous because of his connection whli ll. M. s. Brake in operating
iii.- Dover patrol, will be here at some
i.ii'ir. d3te and address citizen*.
Arrangem uts are bolng made for
Ht.* meeting ond'a dato will be an-
nounced later by the  Provincial or-
IH'l.l h>Z\   IND  TONSILITIS
liEMlMHMi ATTENTION OF
PHYSICIANS AMt M'KSES
[
STILL GROPING
IN IHE DARK
I'HKSKM     OUTLOOK     FOB
AXYTlllM. WORTH
WHILE,   POOH
Influensa   i
ind   tonal litis   are   still
too ping the !
oca] doctors and nurses
more than hi
isy, and while the lufiu-
en/.;,   bi   ol   :i
much  le-i severe typo,
every precnu
ta.ii should be taken as
soon 'is one
!'•'(!    :i victim to the di-
soasQ. tn wai
d off pneumonia
 , ett. *       i                  *
Many Real Estate
Deals Take Place
(1) Japanese Infantry to Slop Uolshev ik:-.       ^^^^
(2) London (Jirl Waitrc-^es in a Ctoss*«oiinlrv Run.
35H-S
8YC0U/ir£$Y 0fC.P./i
Number* of Deals Reported by Heal
Estate Men Sluco ihir l.a*»t
Report- Livening l>
\    Heal   estate   In   and   armiiul   ("ranbrook is showin« unusual activity of
, late, a number of deals, somo of considerable proportions, being reported
, by realty dealers.
K, E, Jecks, c.p.u. baggagemsster,
'hit!*, purchased Uie six-acre tract on
> Si. Josephs' Creek, on the flats, from
;j. A. Wfcllfnger, and will occupy thej,ncp is con
place as a home,   On the property *91 Ri>i
fully realized the advantages in Mr.
spreull holdlig ih< oflico ror another
your.
Mr. Spreull consented to stand and
wus the unanimous choice of the
meotthg fflv Board pre-ldent fnr the
year 1&20.
"Thc City of Cranbrook." proposed
by Mr M A. Heale, seconded by His
Worship, Mayor Oonest, was tlie first
toast   to  hi   responded   to,    Mr.   Heale
said tlmt Cranbrook like most other
towns had iilercd throuith stagnation during tho years of tho war. bul
we   had   tin   natural   resources and
ions points.    Tho danger of bulls on | THE LONDON' LIFE HAS
the ranges was touched upon and be j MOST MWESSFi
advocated tho gradual elimination of
the number of cayuscs ou the ranges
whicli were eating up the grass to the
exclusion of thc bdtter grade tuil-
I maU
i Mr. Clement outlined the work be-
I ing done at the university. He said
the number of students had grown
in tbe last fivo years from 300 to ilOrt,
also they had chosen as president
one who was dean of the faculty of
agriculture.
He remarked that  British Coluro-.
I Ma    agriculture    waa   very   lllRMy|^ <" the war and epidemic have
< been borne. *
No company, however, bus probably
made a more favorable impression In
this rcsii-ect than the London Life Insurance Company, of London, Canada.
I It has not only been able to meet the
! pressure of the extra losses of the last
i few years, but lias been able to maln-
^^^^^^^^^^     YEAR
1'rullt   Paj incuts   KW«mI   Estimates
Business Shews Rapid
Expansion v
 >v V
That lift; insurance is rcgm-did by
the public in the most favorable light
is clearly Indlentoi by the reports of
all tbo insurance companies tor last
year. The Canadlntin uiny feel proud
of the record made hy the lifo insurance institutions h..fully justified by
the way in wiiicli ttt'e very heavy bur-
specialized, moro so than any other
province; every little valley Is a prob-1
lem in Itself, and the Industry there
should be specialized; Wo had thej
fruit industry, the dairy Industry, cattle Industry, poultry industry, all lo- J
cntod for climatic conditions, etc., in
different  districts.   They had organ-
were bound  Boon  lo come Into ■
own.   Already thoro was evidence of
increased renll)  values and with thc
general development going on all ar-
oUnd, thoro waa every sign of greater
activity  In  tt Hy ami  throughout
tho district lu the near future
Mayor Genoa! also held oui oncour-
aeing hopi - ror n prosperous future
for the *ii>
"Mining." propned bj Major Pollen.
seconded by Mr .1 P Pink, was forecasted by both spc.Lkeers as a natural resource from which the district
should derive vast benefits in thi very
near fntUlt).
Mr Pollen remarked that apart
from the precious metal-, too much
intention could nol be given to the
humbler bul u eful commodities,
such ns Ibii.. cement, building stone,
etc. Then- was abundant evidence
of these articles heiii.. In our midst,
und In tins poriod of reconstruction
win- hound t.' be of Increasing value
Government as a game preserve, nnd
referred to tho advantages to the district to be gained thereby. Proper
wardens should 1h> appointed to keep
down tho cougars which were increasing in quantities. There was a man
coming from Spokane to hunt these
cougars  with  dogs aud catch  them
alive, and he invited anybody to make
, ., , I to represent  each
he trip and witness the operations.
"Creston's Board of Trade" was
proi>oscd by Mr. Nlsbet, seconded by-
Mr. Garland.
Mr. Nlsbet advocated closer con-
i nectlOra   between the two board* of
tain a very high scale of profit dlstrl-
Auxiliary Dance
Enjoyable Event ™S
two   frame   buildings   ft.
outbuildings  tor  Block
implement".
Tim  following  sales
necessary
farming
OPPOSITION FINDS IT
EASY TO CRITCIZE
Shortcomings of tliv Liberals
Aro Many, .lodging I'rom
tlte Proceed la tr*
iiny our Correspondent in the Legislative Press Gallery)
:    VICTORIA,   H,   C.,'Feb.   24. -Tliis
'■ week haa seen an end of the Leg!*
I tativo forensic debauch  which, Under
1 tiie guise of the debate on the Address
I In   reply   to   the   Speech   from   the
i Throne, has  brbkan ail  records in
i point of time devoted to it.     Three
weeks Of talk, t-j the exclusion practically, of any real business.   At least
it has served tho purpose of permitting   iho   Government   time   to   get
along with the preparation of lis l^c-
IslaUoa, now considerably behind its
schedule.    White tangible results, ln-
apfar as the well-being ol Uie prov-
rnod. are  not  discern-
k is probable that from now on
some real business will bo done
Undoubtedly    the   ft at ure   of   the
happenings in the House has
Reside
Women of the Auxiliary of the Great
War  Veteran4'  As-soda I inn
Good   Enle rial ner h
Always iu search of something new
and novel to attract the crowds to
tholr fortnightly dances, the ladles of
thc Auxiliary of the-Hv W. V. A. went
one notch ahead lust Friday when
they oiTcred prizes for the best dressed lady and gentleman In paper costumes, and unite u number fell in
with the scheme and appeail'd In
pretty paper attire of all colors of
the rainbow.      .
While   several   w
ce on Burwell Avenue. J. E.
, to  Mrs.  Hnbicbaud.
and 2:,, Hloek 6, Kimb- rley
Co.,   tn   tho   Consolidated
nd   Srai It! iii   Company   of
limited,   operatng   the   big
zinc-lead    mine-,    at    that
following
Mining
Canada
Sullivan
place.
P. A   ll'iss'.'U rei-ort.
sales for tha week:
Andrew Miller, through Mr. Russell disposed of his ranch of 40 acres
situate *' miles North of Cranbrook,
to a I-etiibrldge purchaser.
Wm. Bush, through the same realty
dealer, disposed of bla ranch of 320
acres, situated three mUee Sotttb of
tbe city, to a Saskatchewan purchaser, who win occupy the place as soon
as his stock and equipment c;m be
brought here.
i i/.ed a department in the university i
-*  ---*■  -peciallzed Indus-1 butl,°" ;;s to policyholders, and morejreWnrd ror tholr skill and painstak-jor ^
The toast, "Publicity," was propos-1
ed by Mr. McPheo, seconded by Mr. j
Hayes, editor of tbe Creston Review.]
Roth gentlemen paid a high tribute;
:o the effort-- of th»  press and were;
ir[of tbe opinion It would be most difficult to secure better medium': of
publicity than the local paper.
"A.'rouomy."' proposed by McKen-
.'.ie- Morrison, seconded by Mr. Roving,
at tlie University of British Columbia,
wns the nexl tost of Interest on thp
^^^^^^H 	
Mr   Hoviu.; referred to the SOUs In "
this country, and in most cases there(CBASBBOOH C.ERLEB8 LOSE
was n lack of humus ns compared
with heavier soils iu other parts. Ho
Irew attention In this respect to the
trade and suggested that visits could
be exchanged by motor during the
summer between the two, many people from here taking thc opportunity
of seeing the Creston district; much
good could be accomplished In this
manner
IN GAVE AT NELSON; THE
NELSON TEAM TO PLAY HERE
groat advantage* of lupin which as a j   The bowling match between the lo-
fertiliser was of much greater value!ca.1 bowlers who went t0 Nelson last
Week end to play thee Nelson team,
was won by Nelson, by the following
scoro: Nelson. 2.W5; Cranbrook,
2,340
Ing in profit distributions amount*
greatly in excess of the estimates
published when tho present rates
were first adopted In 1900. The example published In another column
will bo a revelation to tho.-e who
have, always supp-osed that life insurance estimates wore inarviably
higher than tiie *?.ctual results.
Judged however from tlto viewpoint
of 1900 the estimates were undoubtedly reasonable but on acount of the
greatly improved rate of interest
earned since then and other favorable conditions, aside from the war
.strain, tlie actual results the company
is paying are quite as reasonable.
In view of the care with which policy holders' interests are conserved,
lt Is not surprising to sec the remark-
ablo growth shown in tht volume ot
business transacted. The business ln
force in 1919 Is two and n half times
the amount lu force ten yean* ago.
j    Several other deal-: rre on the tapis
deserving  ofjthruugh realty dealer- sad as!<>- t«*o
nd  painstak- j or   (i,roe   private  sale-,   ar*.   reported
creditablo still, has paid and is pay-.ji,g efforts, the judges had to choose j as m^y l0 Ui]iP ..lHi:f. !n th„ very
but ono of each, and after much do-j „ear fUture,
liberating,  Mrs.   Weise   was  awarded!  ^^.	
lady's prize, representing a Red Cross [ANOTHER SHEEP RANCHER
nurse and T. Thompson as a harle-,      jf-AY LOCATE IN THE DISTRICT
quin gained the gentleman',-.   ,
 ' neath taem.   He advised tiiem to doff
the brvadcloth .ind don Uio overalls,
Mr.   Hawthornthwaite,   who  ended
the   d e ba: e   s uggent ed   th est   c aus-as
„ 7. '• b-s-en the coming into aeton of the
hi# guns," the leader of the Government and Uw Conservative opposition. Comment in the corridors Indicated that the honors went to the
energetic and keen-witted Opposition
b-a-ier whoso criticism of the administration was forctful and logical
whllo unmarked by aorimony. The
Premier, too, displayed his wonted
ability to defend his position, and he
showed an umi Mia 1 amount ot good
humor, his erstwhile political rancour
being leas marked. To Mr. Bowser's
slashing critlcisma of tho Government's failure to redeem its pre-election promises, of its lack of soy initiative other than taxing to Ui© utmost limit the people of the province,
the while its expenditures are steadily mountiufff. the Premier retorted
with a rehash ef tiie old arguments,
that whatever defects are apparent in
the present -idniinii-tration of affairs,
they are all due to the actions of the
previous Government.
But not ali, either. The Premier
had discovered tnere is soniethin-g
wrong with the people of the province.   They  are,  he  said  averse  lo
J hard  work  which tbey insider be-
Mrs. J D. McBride, Mrs. J. W. Bur-I v. S. Armstrong, of Great Fall*-,
ton and L. P. Sullivan kindly acted!Mont., who has been engaged In thel
as judges. sheep Industry for some years in Ida
Previous to tbe dance quite a nurn- ho, has been in the district for tht.
ber of tables were commissioned for I past ten days >eoking out a location,'were dKK to m failure of Uie Gov*™'
whist When the prizes were won asland will engage in sheep ralsng here
follows; Lady's, Mrs.. Ingham; gents, J on a large scale. J  ~—-	
Harry   Booth;   consolation.   Mrs. E..    Mr, Armstrong,   who   i„   *.   rbunslgAgT KOOTENAY DISPLAY
Brown and Hugh MacGlll.   For the man  was accompanied  by his wife,.        ....  AB-1   •-* ^.»^-.v^
nr   UKLn   AI   MusAMi
\tn*T.t lo initiate progressive policies.
rOMXANI*   ATTENTION
stove has been removed to the right
where a small room lias been built
adopting ii
The   toast,   " Vnlmal   Huebondry,"
wan propseil by Dr. RtitlOdgO mid see
onded by Professor Hare Dr lint-
ledge referred to lho importance of
farhtors bolnj assured of enough food
In tlie Poll io carry their stock
through  tlie  winter, so thii)   the  ItOCkhpn,    Mi*.    MePhersfUl
could bo turned right out to grass In tonsL   which   was   very   nbly   sec-
tlte* Spring, and be ready for market j onded by Mr. Quy constable, one of]
in  July, when  priee-  Wero high In-1 UlO Creston xisltnrs. m
stead of tiie Poll, when thoro was y\Y Kelly proposdo the toa«t.
a rush to gei rid uf their cattle and j "Pouiiry," this subject being second-
prices were ihcrefurc, low, lie urged ,*d l,y Mr. Benson, of the Department
farmers t" pay more attention to the I of Agriculture, Ottawa, the latter de-
horse Industry, not tho eoyutw vn- olartna that this district was rfimnt-
rlety.ns Henry Pord had put thai clir-sj caiij- ns good as any for the work;
out of business long ago, but tho [that n grent many worked along tbo
heavy   draft   horse, which   were   of
than manure, and only needed to bo
ploughed under, He stated that they
had boon, experimenting for the past
Ave years with a root that had from
17 in 30 per cent, greater dry matter
titan any oilier kind of root, hithor-
to only containing sonic 10 per cent.   _
drv   inntli r        Tht-*   ilrv   mnHcr   wnn I Dallas, M. Altlt and M   Hat ton. I it , , ... .. i
.i.v   in ii i       nils ur*   manor  «v 11.„,i.rM „,„ ,„., «->•» progrem.lv.-nws, comblnod oa It of tho auxiliary In tliolr behalf,
lie u.'liiaI tea 111 matter of tbo root.I    A  t>ani|liet  wi* tomlorcl tbo looal   ..      ., «,.«-j.i ™       ™     ,. .
el .v.mbl be av,lh,bl,»l,ortly!l"t.i" at tbo "Vn Nelson. 'l„.VVlt1'   ""c"   "   w""   fl""lci'' rf ,    The \o.eranf tbenmlvo* annmmee
mi  ....inn in   .n.iiinoi,  »iioru> ,    _  _  | ^    ^ ^ | sltlon,  racnns  an  expansion   of  tho.a   danco   for   thia   Friday   evening
Company's  usefuljoss In  the future In   Veterans' hall,   danelng   to  eom-
mcli oa will be most gratifying to'men.-e at 10 and continue until 2 n.m.
danco. P. Willis "eted creditably sal and  upon  his arrival  here  len for,
floor manager. I Wolfe Creek where his father estab-      	
Almost every week sees some now iished hini-elf In tlie industry some I    t
improvement and on ths occasion the time aeo, having »t ihe preseut time!   "0< '"u "" -UsI,la>'i ot ""^ at the
dining room In Us new "paper dress"; about 2..VK1 bead of choice sheep. convention,   Uie   display   from   East
and  freshly covereed linoleum floor,';    Mr.Armstrong's lb» l;s arc in North-' Ko,Jte-1ay   comr/ared   favorably   with
any of -.!,*. exhibits and attracted at-
looked  very   Inviting  and  tho  cook
orn Idaho, but he say* tlie sheepmen ■
ow to to" ti».   range
tentlon from almost all the visitors."
The  team   representing Cranbrook; "j; Mm ^.^ of 0ie (.ompil   .,
l^lTVjonnsr ^? T»X  Mr,B,nM9   "'VC   ^"'"»"1"   »">■•    The boys have every reason to fee. \ „„.„- ,„ ,
find It dilllcnU 	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ nece^hary, iMiHWes  it  l.a^j been  any.
fitted with cupboards and other con-1 thing but  encouraging there of late ^■.^■^■i^^^^-^^^—
veniencen. iyears because of the drouths and !he|Batea from thc local a,iBOci'»llon "who
said J. W. Hawfctn*, of ti,e H, ('. Pros-
pt-ctors" Assoclstlon, one of the dele-
IgrtftS, and  It   Is  quite  evident  that highly gratified at tbo excellent work;
Tlu
Nolson l-i expooted here this weekend to play on the local alleys.
higher value ihiui ever. Il< advocated more freiiucnt rlslta from lectur-
eoi\s from tlte unlverr.lty, as thoso
could not bul he of immetiBt benefit
to the dlstrlcl,
Botlf  Mr   Morrison's and  Mr.  Ho-j -*>*———
vlntfa addresses were Intensely Inter- WOWW* INSTITIIM WILL
oaltng from a farmer's point or view. |     NOT IIOLO MONTHLY MF.E
"Kootenay   Hoclarantrott"   was an-1   „  , ., , .       . i
, ,   '   ,        ,,   . ,     „ Owing to the prevalence of much
other interesting RUbJOCl  for dWOUSS-     , ,       n   ,     .. ,        „ J
. , | ilokness in the city, the ofllcera of,
-.' ..,.,..K „. I the Women's Inntitute have decided'
to cancel tholr monthly meeting for
March :.rd, and also tlie annual dance;
arranged for March :ird, until health j
conditions are improved in the city.    '
Thc program for the monthly meet-1
Ing will be given April llth, which will'
be nn "at homes' for wnr brides.
Those who havo purchased tickets
for tho March Itrd dance are asked to
hold them ond watch for the date
whlch%wtll be published In the press
and on the Rex screen.
all Interested in it* affairs.
iThc usual good lime is ar*ured.
wrong Hues when they Imagined It
was :- get-ricli-qulck. undertaking;
jooii money waiai to bo made under
careful painstaking methods even If
nne bud to buy feed.
"Tin. University of B, C" was pro-
Professor   Hare   stated   that   llvelposed by Mr. A. B. Smith, seconded
stock   wns   the   -ill-important   factor i by Mr. t'lement, of tbe II. C. Unlver-
iu farming.   He said Hint H. C\  was j spy,
very far behind other  prpvlncos  in]    Mr  Kmlth advocated the estnbllsh-
('. P. K. OKFKRH M'OILI.
SCOLARSIIIP TO EMPLOVEKH
this respect, iinoting llguros showing
the utandlng of tin provluco In this
respect. I it Hrllish Columbia there
wan ono liorSo to every night persons;
In Has k a to he wan ami Alberta two
horses to each person. In H. C„
ons cow to every eight  persons;  In
ment of n normal training scholl at
Nelson, thereby avoiding the necessity
of runners sending their boys nnd
girls to Vancouver, Ho pointed out
the necessity to have proper need
grain rales, drawing attention to d!n-
crepancl«M tn tbe «*m« between nr-
A scholarship In electrical engl-;
neerlng ta offered by the Canadian i
Pacific Railway Company subject to
competitive examination, to apprentices and other employees enrolled
on thn permanent staff of tbe company under twenty-one years of age
and to the minor sons of employees,
the court*- to be taken at MeOlll unl-
verBHy
was in attendance at the Northwest
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mining eon vent ion  held  in   Spokane
Hill   IM.VHiOWI. PORTION jrcceentiy /ind who has just returned.
OF I'KKSTON REVIEW BI'ILMNH,    Mr. Hawkins tound many American
[mining men Interested in tbs district
nre  destroyed  a   portion   of  the Und it in expected there will he invee-
bullding In which the Creston Review ligations on their i«art of the oppor-
tit Creston is located, sometime darlngl tunltles offered bers during tlie com-
tlie early  hours of  Monday. ' Ing lUmuer,
The entire hiisdii--, office jiortion' The Cranbr*x>k delegation did good
of tlle building, which is located ne-ir'work in arrar.Klnj; for a i-ermanent
the 0. I'. It depot, »»>- burned away-display at the hwujquarteres of the
from tho uieclnnehil department. I Association In Spokane and tills dbb-
Portunately for Editor Hayes, ihe [play win be assembled and s*nt for*
mechanical ond °t the business was j ward noon.
not seriously damaged. \   Mfhers, Hawkins, Vansrsdalon and
• • ' | Carr ar» shown in a group photo °*f
KIH AVAILED THEMSELVES OF    i  ^ m0n  fll  mln|!w  HorI(i  |lcr<) at
CHANCE TO SEE PIOWRES LottvenUon.- In the Spokane Chronl-
■ le. thc phot" being excellent of all
Tho 1. it. D. E gallery of pictures tllA ]oral mjrijI)(. m,.n
which were on view at the city hall     The   Prospectors'   Association   will
havo been sent on to lho local chap-1 tttaD niai(e a display and send a delegation to the next convention to be
Nelson,    Very   fow   availed
them-elves of the opportunity of see-
ing the splendid collection Of pictures, which unfortunately were not
displayed to tin- best advantago, the
council room nol being available
('ALARY «tN INVESTS IN
SUV.MILI, NEAR \\ASA
Qeorgo Custer, a lumberman from
-..-......................................-------------------------------------^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^jCaljniry   wh*-,  with  Mrs   Custer has
THK PRINCE OP WAHK.s 'boon here for several days, has do-
Here shown astride of one of tha tine saddle horses on bis ranch In 'tided to locate here mid operate In
Alborta which he acquired while on his visit to Caunda !:i-t Fail. The: the lumbering industry, acquiring a
Prince has announced hU intentions of coming to Canada during the com- j small mill (his week from Mr Simon
Ing Hummer, and will spond some time at the ran-ch 'Taylor near Wasa
held in Seattle to April and requests
are being made of members to get together samples Immediately,
Tiio delegates to the convention are
to make a report to the local association at a meeting to Ik held Wednesday evening, March 3rd at * o'clock, all members beinR urged to
attend.
VETERAN'S TO DAHCE
The Great Wnr Veteran*' Association announce a dunce for Friday ev-
eng In Veterans' ball, dancing to bo-
gin st 10 ind cflotina* until 2 a.m r a u t.    t » 0
THE    CHANBUOOK    11 KHALI)
Thursday, February it,, lltto
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jeweleri A Optlclaui
Next to the Poatotflcs.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
The value ot a Safely Deposit Box is in the protection it affords.
Once your important papers, jewelry or other valuables are deposited in one of these boxes—-tbey arc
safe from fire, theft or accident.
Don't run unnecessary risks. For a moderate sum
you can rent a Safety Deposit Box al any one of
our branches. wa
IMPERIAL BANK
Cranbrook Branch,
OF CANADA
B. E. Howard, Manager.
Siih-A,.ne, at Kimberley.
Cbc Cranbrook jjerald
Published Every Thursday by
WILL A. KLLKTSON   Editor
WILL A. -ELLETSON, .nt., ..Aaat Mffr,
"With   a   MlMlsai   Wltbcil   a   .tla»lr"
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Advertising (tutes on Application,
Changea tor Advertising1 MUST b»- in
thla offloe Wednesday noon tho current
week to BgCUro attciiti-m.	
moro extenailov nnd  fattor  pftsturoa.
Heme \V< linve |ji--I'us-iuiniI retlglOU-
ists anil professional moral reformers touring tht'ir own country and
Invading i»iher countries liawklng
tlieir twos nnd picking up easy
money ami luxurious livelihoods,
Tlie    prohibition    movement     Ik    a
product ol the American moral reform humbug. Professional revivalism hail its limits nmi ultimately its
Held was cropped done to the ground; j
something had to be devised
Lhe
[.hut
ould   yield
I'll,-      |!i'1h.*l
v„,
Umi]
.1    the
h rich ll harvest.
tilled the barren
rich collections
lenouncerfl of ii
tent  help in  time
No lettura to the editor wit! iiu inserted except over  iho proper signature
Hlid   aildiwBi*  of  tlie.   writer.       Tin.   rule
ddtnils of no exception.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY   26,  1920
MODERN     FANATICISM
Fan it tie lam In this world did no|
die witli the passing of the ages when
men were crucified nnd people were
burned at the stako and tortured on
the rack of their Iwllefs, says the
Victoria Colonist. These atrocities
were perpetrated hy men in tho mime
of a (iod of love, whereas now we
know that their actions were of the
devil. They wero not confined In
their operation to any religious body,
tint wen* done in turn by the agencies
whieh for the moment happened to
have the power to ifo them. We live
in more gentle times; the stake and
the rack and the gibbet have gone
out of fashion: but fanatics we probably shall imve with us even nuto the
end.
The only distinction between the
past   aud   the   prtMUil    Is   that   now
fanaticism manifests Itself in different forms. Perhaps It would be more
accurate tu state tiiat humbug has
succeeded to tlie seat of fanaticism
Religious intolerance has given plate
to the smug Intolerance of tbe so-
called moral reformer.
Tlie conditions of the day would
perhaps I* mole endurable if the
leaders in what are called moral reform movements were of our own
people. Hut they are for the most
part tli< products of foreign countries
wli0 come over here preaching the
virtues of their nostrums and advocating restrictions that are noxious to
the minds and habits of a free people.
Barnum, the prlnci of Humbugs,
was quite frank ami candid when he
declared that the people liked to he
humbugged. Barnum was a showman, but tlie field of h showman In
any country In very limited in extent, and his successes in tlu profession   of   humbugging  had  to  seek
gathered by
proved a vet
of trouble.
In an interview given ihe Colonist
yesterday, Mr, II. H. Thompson, who
lias Just returned from Kngland after
completing his duties as Trade Commissioner there, ox pressed opinions
tounded on knowledge regarding tho
effects of tin- Probllbtion law as it is
applied lu Canada upon British Immi-
ratlon. Tin re Is no doubt that the
nvi-ra-i' Briton, he he from England,
Ireland nr Scotland, values above
price his individual liberty, and he
will slum any country where sueh
liberty will he curtailed i.i the slightest tit give, 'phe domntlc prohibitionist will reply to this statement that
the Immigrant who Indulges in strong
drink to any degree Is an undi sirable
aud that Canada is better off without
him. Ou the other baud, we maintain
thai the individual who cannot bo order his appetites as to koop them
within tin- bounds of moderation, Is
a weakling, and thut any country is
much hotter off without him and his
descendants, It Is a poor heart that
never rejoices, and t\y prefer to liavo
Canada inhabited by the fresh-colored Englishman who likes his (glass of
wholesome beer, by the Scotsman who
has been reared upon oatmeal and
can tuke his glass i>f whiskey like a
gentleman ou occasion, and by tlte
Irishman who enjoys his potatoes
wltll a drop of potheen to give him
au appetite, for they are all men of
proven courage in eevry tlt'ld of human endeavor, to the foreigner whatever he "the country he was horn
in." We cannot make und maintain
Canadn as a British country if we
pass laws that will Inevitably compel
people of British origin to seek lands
where Ihey will he welcomed and accorded the privileges of liberty and
Independence to which they Imve
been accustomed.
OTHUKS SUCCUMB TO ATTACKS
OF THE DREADED HfFULENZA
Three more deaths from intlueuz:
are reported, besides those chronicled
ou page live of the Herald today, Malcolm Martini, dtgsod .*"», passing nt St.
Kiugenc hospital. Tho funeral will be
held Sunday nt 1.30,
IPirry Johnson, an employee of iho
Sullivan mine, Kimberley, succumbed
Wednesday at the hospital litre. He
came to this section from Schmidt,
Sask., aud wns about 35 yeans of age.
Thos. Moore. Wardner, died Tuesday. Deceased I ones v n wife and
family at that place. Tlie remain*
will he rbought here today for interment. Mr. Moore was aobtil .,'< years
of age. Father Demerauls will officiate.
TWENTY  YEAB8 AGO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1899
Mr. V. Hyde Baker and bride returned Inst Sunday morning,
Mesers, Bentley, Medhurst, Beattie
and Simpson visited Fort Steele last
Sunday.
Tlie Rossland Minstrel company
played this wee]; lu Spokane to a
crowded house. The proceeds went
to tlu fud for the families of sol
tilers,
Even the cold wewather cannot
stop building in Cranbrook; it keeps
rinln along in spite of tlie few days
of real cold weather we have expert
meed of late.
At n meeting hold Monday night In
Forrest hall, the question of the organization of a Fire brigade waa discussed. J. 11. Fink wns named as
chief and Mutt Uockundorff as assistant chief and they will take
steps to form a good working brigade as soon as possible Mr. Fink
was formerly a number of the Spokane puid fire department, und hia
experience In handling ilres will
prove valuable to the people of Cran
brook.
IF YOl'K CHILI) IS CROSS,
FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED
Look, Mother!   If Tongue ls Coated,
Cleanse Utile Bowels With "Call
I'ornlii Syrup of Pigs,"
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"California Syrup of Figs," because
in u few hours ail tlie clogged-up
waste, sour bile aud fermenting food
gently move-? out of the bowels, and
you huve a well, playful child again
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
lake this harmless "fiuit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep It handy because they know Its action on the
Stomach, liver and bowels is prompt
and sure,
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California   Syrup   of   Flgis,"   which
contains  directions  for   babies,  children of nil ages and for grown-ups.
 ..-♦.,	
If you want news while it news,
subscribe  for the Herald.
A SEAT OF CANADIAN LEARNING
CANADIAN
MILLING
INDUSTRY
i The CunHdUui milling industry bas,
•luce 18 H, made progressive strtdci
•ud flour exports hetweci tbat year
•nd lHiy iucreaHfd nearly five times,
Today tbis btiniii«*ss has an annual
capacity of slightly more than 36,*
000,01)0 barreln a year and new mi lit*
are being continually added. In Is:".
Cannda exported 115,039 barrels ol
flour valued at $521,388, By 1910
thi* hid Increased to 3.064.128 barrels valued at about $15,000,000, lo
tiie fiscal year of 1919, 9,100,808 barrels were milled at a value of $!•.-,-
838,696.
Great Britain has been by fur,
Canada's best customer for flour, her
Imports from (be Dominion of thin
commodity, for the las* fiscal year,
being equal lo ahout di) per cent, of
tbe total, or $56,040,000 out of nearly
$100,000,000.
£iporis liy countries for tlir Inst
frjAt wart a* follows: Great Uriiain
$54,870,335; United States $9fl,794|
Brnii.il South Africa $17,309; Newfoundland $34,147,637; Hrltlnl West
Indies $6,839,537; Other countries
$84,147,756,
The Trade ret umi Tor the present
flsual year ulmw tbat. as yet, the
eiportK of ftoiii are holding their
•wn. thoutth the European .-otintrlM
•re again entaged In train growing
•ad milling lu lhr Urn availahla
ferlod of five month* 4.938,144 barrels of flour were exported, as eom-
farwl with M*1.'M3 In the name
•erlod In 1018. Of theae S.W3.405
torr«l« went to the I'mied Kingdom;
SM23 to British Guiana; 146.596 to
the British West Indies, 397,845 to
France; 100,182 to Greece; 55.735 to
Italy; 73.10!) to Newfoundland; and
328,084 barrela to other countries,
-Great Britain took a little more than
3,000,000 more barrels than ahe did
tfurlnr the Hmt period In 1918. aad
1.700.00(1 more than In 1917. Other
department-H of the milling Industry
loom large also, as the fo'lowlng
figures show; oatmeal $4,633567;
cereal;. 14,247,30; bran, etc., 11.593.-
313. -
Whilst on aeeount or the change
of coaditiona ta Europe, the trpart
trade may fall off eon aid era bty, the
Caaadlan mill.ne Industry by reason
of the activity produced during tho
■war, is in a very strong position and
ahould be able to hold Its own In tho
period of crmpettUoB which It ua-
•Ur.couartsVt.ot.c.tp.At
Rabbits Inoculated and Rendered immune against Influenza under Observation by Dr. G. B,
Reid and Assistants, at Queen's University, Kingston.
Assay Furnaces under Prof. G, F. Mackay in operation in Metallurfrfcal Uuildinff.
The installation of a new Chancellor and a new Princ'pal on the
aanae dat* will briar a great many
distinguished Canadians and Americans tu Queen's Calve ratty, Kingston,
on October Sixteenth. For although
a comparatively small University,
Queen's has aent so many d'stin-
Kiiifthed graduates into tbe world and
ha-s k-fued su. ti a character for
aound learning aud enterprise in research and education, tbat lt stands
high among the Institutions of its
kind on this Continent.
Queen's' came to the front under
Principal Grant, who waa a horn
leader of men and gathered round
him a brilliant siaff of lecturers nml
professors.   Under I'rtnc'pai Gordon,
who succeeded Grant, tho University
continued to prosper and the number of Btudents rlmihVd while tlie
number of buildings was trebled.
Tho new Principal, Pr. Bruce Taylor, has already shown bis mettle by
raisin* (hi half million dollars re-
f|iilre*l to fulfil the terms of an en-
dowmiml of n further hair mi!Ton
dollars P •>' il-fd hy the late Dr,
Dough ' ""ih ii young snd active
new Chancellor such »s Mr. 13, W.
■PttH*.   i ■•-. -An' ol iUe   VW-}""
Pacific Railway, to lend his support,
Queen's has every reason to expect
to continue to no ahead,
RocogftixlUg the Importance of Industry   to   Canadian   development,
Queen's has carried on Important Industrial research fork, nnd Alt'. 0,
Y. Chown, thc popular Registrar Vaa
contributed   $50,000 to the \. ......■
ment nl a Research Chair.
Professor Clark* who ho'.ls the
Chair of Phys'cs, has established a
laboratory for the Investigation of
substances under estremelv low temperatures, with the use of'liquid air
and liquid hydrogen, the only laboratory of Its kind in North America.
Dr. Reid has been Investigating the
causes and sujcRested cures for Influenza, and has made valuable d'a-
coveries tending to combat the recurrence of future epidemics. Professor MacClement Is an expert on
the notion* fungi which -would de-
.troy our great Canadian forests if
'eft to themselves. Dr. Lathrop has
been carrying nn vahinhle research
«*•■■'.■ nn t-v-H-ii nmVltK wiih the
ni'e-t o'.''- 'i ..-'iv. Hip true nature
of tv« p.,.--rvH dtsraia nr (ho Euro-
Pppp !<-i Irrelds.      '        >
Tt..' Arts ra.iay or ao Qmea'i
is conducted by Professors, who in
their own fields of work, are just as
enterprising and the man or woman
witli a Queen's degree bas an excellent chance of succeeding In whatever learned profession he or she
may adopt. During the year 1911-
1!) there were 861 students registered
in the Arts Faculty. Special efforts
were made by all faculties to meet
the requirements of returned soldiers
whose scholastic career had been interrupted by tbe war. A summer
School in Engineering restricted to
men who had been overseas, saved
an academic year to a large number
of such returned men, and was conducted without Government assist*
ance at the expense of the University
itself.    .
For the last three year*, the new
Arts building ami the Grant Hall
have been used as a hospital by the
military authorities, and there has
been abundant testimony to the
satisfaction thnt the patients hare
felt in being boused so well amid
such beautiful surroundings. Tho
soldier patients are now transferred
elsewhere, releasing the claan room
apace for the crowing i'*nuirem««i»
oC the Uulversit/.       . „ U, -j
1919
v kixOKD Y» \k
FOR THK
London Life Insurance Company
Head Offleo
London, Canada
INSURANCE ISSCKK -       -        *24,818,776
(A Gain oof $8,383,193)
INSURANCE IN FORCE       -       .       »J«,S81,«S8
(A Gain ol #1(1,577,208)
PROFIT SCALE MAINTAINED
PROFITS EXCEED ESTIMATED BY 70%
Surplus on Basts Dominion Government Standard, «l,155,8!W—
A Gain ol *22ll,2»:t for the year
An ss.
20-Pa
Policy
Profits
Issued
Payable
In Year.
Knd ot
IMS
Stli year
191(1
lOth   «
IMS
ISth   «
1MKI
ami "
NOTABLE FEATURES
SAKE INVESTMENTS—No losses on investments during the yenr.
Overdue interest at the end ot year considerably less than at the end ot the
previous year.   No speculative securities ot any nature hold.
PKOKIT SCALI. MAINTAI.Nl.il The Company's unexcelled financial
position makes possible tho continuance of the present liberal scale of profits, |
as Illustrated In the following example:
ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL RESULTS
It Life. (HMMHI. Premium M00.IKI,
Original   Kstlmatn
of Profits
for 5 years
«17i*M
titm
SIMM
PROGRESS—The remarkale growth of the Company's business In recent
yeans is shown In the following statement: —
STATEMENT SHOWING COMPANY'S PROGRESS
Business
Assets New Business
t 87Mn «i,:i2,««
i,M8,i8* tm,m
wiitiivt mtfiii
i&Wi »,m»^i»
lll-SHV-M        ''4^18,J7e
Such a Record Inspires Confidence—It Is Worth Investl(?atlng
Have you heard of our Pol-cies--"Endowments nt ..Life Rates?" Pull
Information gladly supplied from eltller the Head Ofllce or nny of the Company's agencies.
Policies "Good as Gold".
T, J. ROBINSON, Provincial Manager, Vancouver
JAMES W. SPENCE, Local Representative
B. I   F' IMS
IN H.   . cA.NS
QUAKER  RB4M)
fruits are from British Columbia's best orehardi and ftanleos
canned here the day they ate
picked.
Even the cans are made lu our
own Province. Ask your grocer
for
QUAKER BRASH
RaBpberrlei. You'll like the aun-
rtpened, fresh, sweet pungency of
thla good fruit, with none of the
bltteroea and aournees usually
found In canned raspberries.
Pit Up ll
British < otunhla kj
DouiIdIod Canners B. Cn Met
Vftucouver, B. 0.
ear
Income
\m
« 868,149
im
ti»m
1909
7S4^0S
1914
l.ltit.Klll
1919
:i,4.-2-i93
ttymm tym eym  Hftn ,^w
h Cranbrook Cleaners and Dyers f
J P. W.  WILLIS, HUnager.
Foremost Cleaners and Dyers of Everything
?       Phone 157
CRANBROOK, H. C.
'ntJIft.mtite). mte\. m^«
Box li    ju
mtj^smtja
$*
iWetljoUtfit Clmrcl)
SUNDAY NEXT
11 A. M, DIVINE WORSHIP
.SO P. *d.—Divine Worship.
Preachers REV. R. W. LEE
You are Invited
fr
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS
No. «i No. K
Dally Dally
12.15 p.m. Ar. Cranbrook Lv. 4.16 p.m.
12.25 p.m. Lv. Cranbrook Ar. 4.05 p.m.
Train 923 will leave (or Klmberley
dally except Sunday at 7 k, and train
824 will arrive from Kimberley dally
except Sunday at 2.10 p.m.
Kootenay Central Branch no change.
The Shoe Specialist
,101. MAIIAPOD1
KaUslMtlon UaarutMd
Htadouarttri for all Midi of
Re-palra
CHAS. S. PARKER
forwarding aad Distributing
Af (Bt (or
MtkkrMfe aai flimiUl CmI
■■portal Oil Co.
Dlatrbutlon Out • Speelalty
Itrnylni- and 'transferring
Olten promt attention
Fkoat U
THE HOME UAKEHY
■oH. Fraai*, ftt».
Freah Hreatl, Cake<i, Ple»
> anil Pastry
PhoM IT
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
POR PAINTING
-AMI-
PAPERHANGIN0
Ite.
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Phone No. 40»
Cranbrook,   .    .    .B.C.
CB1NU00I   COTTASI
HOSPITAL
Prl.ate Nanlag H«m
Mcenatd by Prorlnelal Uovt.
Vateralty aad Ueaeral Minbf
Uaiiage ud Rut Csra, Hlgheit
Reterencea, terms moderate.
Apply Mn. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone IU P. O. Boi 141
Addreai, Garden Aft. Cranbrook
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
HBPATOLA removes Oall Stone,
corrects Appendlcltla In 24 liouri
without pain. Registered under
Pur* Food and Drug Act. |6.00
Sole Manufacturer
MRS.   OEO.   S.   AI.MAS
Box 197t S»0 4th Ave. S.
 Saskatoon, Saik.
SEE THE     ^^
OVERLAND 4
JUST ARRIVED
Large, luxurious, easy-riding cars of long wheulbutic, expensive to buy antl costly to keep, are numerous. Innumerable makes ol' small, light-weight cars ritle well
on smooth roads, and are low in first cost and economical in upkeep.
Overland 4 is a third kind of a car—a new type. It rides well on any road, and
combines the advantages of the large and small types of car.
Call in and see
the demonstrating model and
see the latest
in automobile
That extra 30 inches provided by the three-.point cantilever springs la ono of
the cause* of extra comfort to the paeacngers and extra protection to the car
construction.
FRANK DEZALL, Local Agent
I Thurstlu), February 2«, llWll
I II L     t It A Ml It" I ii 1.     11 I. It .1 1.1>
V X ti t    I H It t I
CANADA'S
FAVORITE
TOBACCO
Two Sizes:
15c. and 20c.
!  THE GOOSE UJIf." BOOKED
nut citANim. oi   r i .k
AUDiTOiUtm, t :.«,u"AitV
I    "Tl.o Goose Girl "
| ued us Uie bill fin it. i< «. .n i agu^
tuent 'if "Billy" Oswald at ilie Am
torlum tlieatre, Friday night, Feb, ;
ii said to be Uio best comedy ihat t
famous Scot bus yet offered the i!i
j atre-golng public.
j    Thee   play  sparkles
i tunos   mill   clenn   who!
; tlmt brings forth one li
otlier.   Mr.  Oswald   lis
plenty of hoopc to  pn
and H i« needteegs t<- w
dlence i* in an uproar
with tingling
some comedy
Ugh after un-
.i role wtth
iucee laugbB
y that iiis au-
tliilf Us is on
the -uiye. Ho is supported by the
.un*- excellent company that were
with him '*n his lasl visii here and
'.ii Bpeoial costuming are said to be
gorgeous.
Some •'» tbe song hits of "The Goose
Girl" are: "Jerry," "Molly Malone,'
•!■   Tha'   a   FBC\"   "i'V.riii   Ynrd,'
j  Mary."    "Chopsticks, roll    Me,"
The Lilly and The Prog," "Puritan
; Maid," "Quack! Quack!," and the
"The Hells of St. MuryV
PET CORNS
■ i."Th»n I.ft
Off
f
A tiny bottle ui 'Kreczone" cobIs so
llttlo nl an; drug sloroj apply n few
drops upon nny com or callus, Instantly il stops hurling, then shortly vou lift
that bothersome corn or callus right oil
ivith yotlt lingers.   Truly!   Xo humbugl
Mens
New Suitings
IVc Imve jusi received tin assortment of those dependable rlotltcs.
Come In and examine the goods nnd let ns demonstrate to yon that we nre ninklne Suits, eut antl fitted
to your special requirements, lined with better material
and made better, for less money than you pay for special
orders from the East.
We sell specials, too, and there is none better than
Campbell's, but ue can make them cheaper and better
In our own shop.
We have two good tailors who guarantee tbelr work
and we can gel your Suit out In a short time.
We guarantee satisfaction In cloth, fit and workmanship.
SEE   THK   WILLIS   I'lONOS NOW HEBE
.-K
AUKM'S KOR WILLIS PIANOS
FOR RENT
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G.W.VA Hall
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HARDWOOD FLOOR,    UP-TO-DATE HEATING AM)
LIGHTING.   SKATING CAPACITY, 850.
INSPECTION INVITED
FOB VACANT DATES, ETC., APPliY TO
SECRETARY
IMPOltTAXT
The delcgato of the British Colum-
i bia Prospectors' Assoolo tion—Bast
I Kootenay District—while at the
Northwest Mining Convention in Spokane, Wash., recently, arranged for
a complete exhibit of East Kootenay
ores to be placed on display at the
International Mining Con von tion to
be held In Seattle, Wash., ou April
7th to 10th next, aud at this convention It is Imperative that as large a
number as poflstbla of East Kootenay
prospects bo represented, with aa
large and fairly representative samples of their oies a.j the owners enn
secure at the present season of the
year. 10 to 26 pound sampler preferred.
Arrangements are being made by
tho Executive of the Association for
the assembling of the exhibit and it
will be necessary for all samples to
be delivered to the secretary on or
brfore April lst next, In order tu permit of the collection being rcshlppeil
in time.
All samples should be accompanied
with a brief description of the property and the address of the owner or
h's ng-ent on the enclosed blank form,
a copy of which should be kept by
the owner.
LEGAL NOTICES
LAND KEGISTKY ACT
(Section 24}
I IN THE MATTER cf  Lol   14. Mock
ti  and  LoLs   17   and   IS,   Mock   11,
I    Town of Klmberley. Map 064, Koo-
I    temiy District.
I Proof bavins been filed In my of-
j flee of the loss of Certificate of Title
! No, S486K, to the abovo mentioned
hands In the mime of James F. Ann-
strong, and bearing date tho Etli May,
11!)00, I HBHBBY GIVE NOTICE ot my
i intention at the expiration of ono
cali'iidar month frnm the first publication hereof to Issue to the said
James F. ArmBtrona a fresli Certificate of Tjtlo in Men of sncii last Certificate. Any person having any Information witli reftrence to such lost
Certificate of Title Ui requested to
communicate with the undersigned.
Dated at the Laud IletrlEtry Olllce
Nelson, B. C., this ieth day of February, 1U2Q.
E. S,  STOKES.
District Registrar of Titles
late of First Publication Fob. 26, 1920
Mfi-Kt
LODGES AXD SOCIETIES
I.O.O.F.
KEY CITY LODGE, So.42
■*^. Meetfl    every
Monday night
-_ -tnttt strnw     at   Fratnrnlt?
Hall.      Sojourning    OddteltoWB
.ordlally invited.
Noble  Grand, Rec.   See.,
J. H.YVhltchouse   W. M. Harris
SALVATION  AttMY  NOTES
Cap-t, II. It- Gray, Officer, phoue 2C8,
About B0 boys :.nj girl.-: enjoy 1
themselves Monday at the Y, P. meeting and .nipper in thu Salvation Army
hall.    Don't forget next Monday.
Sunday—Sunday school, 'A p.m.;
coiiii> early. Whai about attending
church or tiie Aqmy [Sunday? Let
worldly pleasure alone for ono Sunday and come along; the result will
be better.
I > i-11 M> ranee,
"You arc under arrest You ore
disturbing tho ponce," marled a po*
(Iceman, breaking off the first public
prayer of Eva Booth iu the streets ef
London. She wn» still in her early
teens, a Bsltght slip of a girl, and aa
tin bpllylng ollicer tightened bis grip
on her arm, she was dragged shrink*
Ingly with him, a prisoner. Almost
Instantly a number of fists landed on
tho policeman. When the crowd re-
troaited he liad two brokeo legs and
a mess of bruises. Tor two weeks
tho llttlo girl in the army bonnet paid
faithful visits to the helpless man in
he hoepltal and when released ho became a warm friend of Eva Booth
ond her cause.
Are you seokln to save the loat?
In your -sole ambition to bo a Soul
winner?
A business man In a western city
in America said to a fellow-merchant,
"How   long   havo   we   known   each
.it.hor?"   "About   15 years,"  was  the
answer,     "Do you beliov© it l« n«es-
aary for rao to believe tu tbe Lord
,1c..ii.-:, Christ If 1 am to be iaved?"
"Yes, certainly,*  "Do you caro orl
not whether I am saved?"   "Indeed,'
I  do," came the anawor.      "Pardon j
me," the friend answered," but I do'
not  believe you care at all whether:
I am saved or not.   Wo have met re-!
pontcdly during tho loM fifteen years.
I have heard you -speak on many top-;
fen.   You have never .said a word' to :
me about my salvation."     What a
contrast to Peter going to Cotnollus.
A robin which ha-tt been f<d by a
peasant during the j-eYcfe wintor, returned the following yoar to hi* kind ■
frlnoit bringing a mate. Do a much!
as the riblD.Andrew brought Peter.
(Jno, 1.42.) •
A Sunday bchool worker by smllins
al :i baby, held up at tho window of
a home as ho went, Sunday after
Sunday, to services, by deegrees won
tho children and parents to Christ;
"Bo a sunshlno Christian."
TrnUiHs
There ls n0 step of safutllness that
is impossible to you if you have pine*
.•d yourself in eanien^ under tho ULft-
clpiine of Christ]     7«   .
Our responsibility never can ceoso]
■n long ns we have a life to live
for Clirl.it and a whole world still
watting for the Gospel,
Humility is tho acceptance of the
place appointed by God, whether it!
be in the front or tho rear, lt Is the
oiuptlnesa of soft which God Oils.
Nothing Is gnat without God 1
Nothing is small with Ood.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranhrook, B, C.
Weets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ln
the Fraternity Hall
O. G. Borgstrom, C. C.
c h, Collins, K. r. & e.
Visiting  brethren   cordially  Invited to attend.
CRANBROOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Uegttlnr Meeting1
SECOND SATURDAY of eaeh
montii nt 2 p.m. In ihe City Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meats iu the
Parish    Hall
first   Tuesday
afternoon    of
every   month
nt :t p.m.
Pres, Mra. D.
Campbell, box
587
M;^y, Mrs. J. \V. Burton, P. O. Box 621
All Indies co-diallv invited
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PROSPECTORS'   ASSOCIATION
Kast Kootenay Dlstrlet
Lt-Col. C. II. Pollen....Hon Pros
Chas. E. Evans, Esq President
Harry Gamble. Esq., ...Vice-Pros.
J. F. Huchcroft, Cranbrook,
     Secretary-Treasurer
J. T. Laldlaw, Esq Executive
W. H Eassle, Esq  "
Dan   MeTnla,   Esq   -     "
John Leask, Esq	
Wm. Evans, Esq  "
Organization completed Jan. 7,
1D20, membership roll open for the
enrolment of prospectors, Applications and correspondence with
HiiggeBitonK tending to .promate tho
interestk of prospectors solicited,
Annual iiii.inl.irshli- feo, $5.00,
HEAD THE HERALD, 9tM k 11 IB
LAM) EEGI8TBV ACT
<^eflttons Mil aud IM t
He Application  No.  (1407-J.
IAKL* N'ynCB thai application has
been made to register Myles A. Beale
■hid Agnes Elweli as itwnurs lu (■•
under a Tax Sale Detd from the
Co'.'eetor o*: the City o? Crutior nk,
•larlng dCH tbe 2nd dav of August.
1917, or
*T 1, AND SINGULAR that sartuil.
pi*.c' <r tiact of land ami (jr-'ti ■*••■
ali'iittn, lying, and bo'ng In i'l- Mu-
ni:m-ilM\ of the City i>I Cronbn>' k,
more particularly known and described as Lots 1 and 2, Block 145,
Cranbrook City, aforesaid, Province
of British Columbia, Map 609.
You   are  required  to  contest  tha
claim of the tax purchaur within 45
days from the date of the servlca ot
this notice (which mny be effected by
publication  hereof u.; hereunder directed), ond your attention la called
to section 16 of the "Land Registry]
Act'  with  amendments,  and  to  the
following extracts therefrom:
"and la default of a caveat or cer-    ,
tlflcatt of Us pendens being filed
before tba registration ar owner
of the person entitled under such
tax eale, all porcona served with    '
this notice,     .     - and those
claiming through or under I'.'.em.
and all persons claiming any interest in tho land by virtue "f any
unregistered instrument, ond »\l
persona claiming any Interest in
the land by descent whose title la
not registered under the provisions of this Act, ahall bo for ever
estoppod ond debarred from netting up any claim io or In rwpeot
of the Innd fo sold for taxes, ond
the Registrar shall register the
persou entitled under such tax
sale as owner of tiie land 10 '■old
for tuxes."
AND WHEREAS application has
beon made for a Certlllcaio n* Title
to the above mentioned lands, iu the
name of Mvles A Beftlo ant Agnes
Elweli
and whereas un Investigating
the title it appears that prior t0 the
20lh day of August, 1916, (the date on
which the said lands were sold for
overdue taxes), you were the ogseiied
owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE thai at
th(> same time 1 .■..al! effect registration In purusance of sueh application
nnd Issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the suid hinds in the
name of Myles A, Beale and Agnes
Elweli unless you take and prosecute
the proper proceeding* to establish
your claim, ir *-ny, to the said land?;,
or tn pro von I audi proposod notion on
my pail.
DATED at lhe Land IteglHiry Dilice,
Nelson, It i'.. thi*. 2ith dny nf December, A.D. I!HI)
E. H. STOKES,
District Registrar of Titles.
T» V  Wi Bwatu
Dye Old, Faded
Dress Material!
"Diamond Oytt" M«k» lh*bky Acasnl
Stylish ind N,v»—$• Ewy Te*
Don't worry .bout ptrtet retulta. ;
l),e "Dlimond ta," Kiurutod to (In ;
a new, rich, farlelf-M enter to tMf fftErk,'
whetlier wool, .ilk, llnan, cotton or mlied
Ijooda,—dnai-w, blow.-, •tocUap.iUrU,
eblldrmU totti, dmperlM,—e»tr7tkl»g!
A Ulrectioi, Book It in pftHugt.
To much sxj moUri.l, tin Ink
•bow you "0<om«-Ki teue" Cokr CM.
IHE GIMP Ml,
HUB IS
Ou Saturday v* hod » WUr frocnl
a lady In Now W«*tailM.tr "1u> atke'
that   her name be omitted
Slie wye tlioy dlcoorerod Paclflc
Milk while «)k. cocdud for her hua-;
band In » camp lft*t sunmior. where j
no trculi milk wu to be had.
It made Mich dellclouaa and line'
i-ralncd cakea and hot breads and at'
Iocs c<..;t that »lio kern on using It
when they cam-, back to town.
Sho soya "Alwaya reduce at least!
half with cold water."
PACIFIC MILK CO*
LIMITED
Fiettr; tt Uttwr, B, I'.
MOM'MENTS
Kooten»r draatle & Mob-
u mental Co* LU.
General Stone Contractor, ud
Monumantal Work.
Front 8U Nelaon   P. 0. kei 8ti
WRIGLEYS
The Greatest Name
In Goody-Land
WGIEYSJ^7
in li' j'" 11 j I '■ HffiBPpnn m nnffgyiss
WRIGLEYS
JUICY FRUIT
CHEWING GUM
luiL'iiiiLii' -iironiaaasayti m v———
-WRIGLEV<.
DOUBLEMINT
■^ **-rt*ewianR GUM
NAM
-r!*^'| IN
i«Net>*
SEALED TIGHT - KEPT RIGHT
Fl
avour us!s
h
don't
ship your furs
         _}CIM"AJ.S, _^_
unless the bundle is tagged to"Shubert"
The Highest Prices Ever Known
That's What Youll Get from "SBUBERT"
miK WAWT 'IM NOW-AND WILL PAY THI MUCH TO SET IM
imiaiuuKti N.iup.st I miriuum I imsiiau i   N12    I
i,.ti,Tim,ulii".'i-*i.*nli|1'"««'-,'«lu*'.*,.«M,l.ii-itie»j.|
MARTEN
u*
Pale
Dak
Fab
2U.M to 1(0.00
150.001.100X0
75.00 lo SOM
lOOMtaMjOO
75MIO MXO
saoojjjjuo
isosotoioooor
,HM
lo 100i«| 65.001.
75.001O 60.00 50.001. 40.00
«.00lo 3M0 30.00 to 2CM
75.00to MM SOiMtoMM
BMM HM 4O.00.OMM
to MMlMMte
JMOti
,UM
MINK
ItUum*
1SM1.2U0
SMleOM
stMrnUM
SMUMM
2SMI.15M
3SM1.MM
IU! la ISM
HMmUM
Fliw, Dark
UmI Color
40MtoSi00
30M ai 2100
amtiut
lUOlaSSM
»MloKM
lUOtaUM
MMtoltM
15.001.13.10
CMtoltM
IU0HI1M
UMtoMM
IMto IM
ItMl.tM
IMtatM
MUSKRAT
Spring
Wintor
iM to 7JM \tX to 5J0
IsSO lo 5J0    5X0 to iM
SMteS.75
3.50.1 tTJ
JMtotTS
IMtil.lJ
IMltZM
ZMtolM
Tkooe extremely high prices for Bri-iih Columbia that ttt baaed on tbe well-
j-uwb "SHUBEBI" liberal trading and are qnotol for ImnoiHati abipmMt.
Ro. 3, He. 4 and otherwise Inferior skine at kifkart market ratae. Skip
yaw Fun now—when we want 'em. You'll pt -ten money" ut got it
"quicker" too.
•W1BEHT" RETURNS WILL MAKE TOO BAPPV
SUP TODAY-AND  KEEP 'EM  C-MflNG  PAST
IHIr*   AU   YIUR    FURS    OllttCT   TO
umv
THEiM6ESTH0USEIN TKEWORID D&TXCUJSiVELY IN
NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS
g24 Donald Si Pept2i8 . Wiunifkt^ Ctutim
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SSIKI.T1.HS     AMI     ItKHNtHS
Purchasers Ol Hold, Silver, Cupper and Lead Ores
Producers nf Gold, Silver, Copper, Hlue*tone, Pig Lend and
Zinc    TAD A N.M" Hrand.
DR.0sVAN'S FEMALE PtLLS,':'^:;
mcfUdaa for oil ) rm«l« i   ■ ,• uiut   I ■ n U»i,
or ilnte f«T i'.h. .il OtiiK M ..c.    >|il ni It..in)
lilUn- fC.tl|ll.-f Jirlir      . III. S  ;U> . 1. llHtO
i'h , M,Qillwniiw, OnUri.,
•■ r*h utu id,	
„jiil VIUUl)
fur   Ntr.i   HUH   Klailt; ill, 1   «.. ■ ' .;   . ,   III,. I let    ,
•TMH»  wlHMlMjmllB,   f-la Coi.Dl twolui
^al 4c«affaafts «t »r aMU*aMi.riyt vf |^W
tlwiki IMtK*.. H iMIatMa, WlkM
REMEMBER THE SUBSCRIPTION
PRICE OF THE HERALD REMAINS
THE SAME-ONLY $2 PER YEAR pask   rum
THK    CAANBHOOK    HERALD
Thursday, February 26, 1930
THE   WORLD    IN   PICTURES   AT   HOME   AND   ABROAD
(1) Coaxing Silver Fox Pups
I'. E. I. Ranch. (2) Canadian
aclbu hands. Traders bmieht trout
tlie trappers and then the raw
materials went to Ilie large foreign
markots.
There has gradually dawned a
realization of the money lost in this
way, however, and In future Canada will market her own furs and
Montreal become one of th niosi
Important fur markets of the globe
For yeara taiuton. St. l,niM* am!
New York have heen tbe jtlllti,
centres to which ranadlsn a ■ have
travelled snd St. Louis bad the
world'.': premier fur marl. The
a-icllun at Montreal   will   u  con-
with tempting morsels at a
Wolves.
ducted hy a large company capital*
lied at J5.000.000 and will he largely
co-operative In nature. It la the Intention to hold three auctions a year,
the first ahout neat March.
The opening of a Canadian fur
market la >» natural development ol
Artificial breeding and fur ranching.
This Industry Is fairly general
thn.ughout Canada, and in Prince
Kdward Island the Industry which
has heen In iperatlon for more than
thirty yeara, haa assumed very Important proportions. In 1914 there
were In the Island no less than ISO
foi i-mates wtth aaarlj 4,600 foiea. Thursday, February 2(1, H»*.i»
Til E     t  It A N B It 00 h     II i  11 A I. II
nut    11 v t
MR
CHILBLAINS!
What are theyt A mild foim of
frost-bite—a chilling ot the part to
auch a degree that inflammation ia
set up. causing a tingling palu, er
ceseive irritation and oftcu swelling. Zam-Buk cures chilblains by
drawing out the lnHuiiuniUiou. Hub
ending the pain and Irritation aud
reducing tho swelling.
Hlas Annie Lepard of Heaverdale,
Ont, uayi: "I Buffered uko*. lea from
chllblaiui and used many remedies,
but nothing gave me any uatio until
1 used Zam-BnlL, whicli, alter a
little perseverance, completely rid
me of this painful athuont."
lingular applications or /.am i-uk
will prevent a recurrence of th*
troublo.   Keep It handy.   60c. box.
VIKNOLA ON THE JOB;
CONTRASTS REAl ENGLISH
T1UIN FOB NEW PICTURE
In "His OffleWU Kiancce/f Vivian
I Martin's now Paramownt-Artcreft
! picture, which is being shown .it the
Rex theatre Marcli 3 nnd 4, special
effort wan mudu by Director Robert 0.
Vignnla, to produce ft irue-ui-li!.. Ens
i Hah iiimuBpliert for lhe .siury, laid as j
1 ii is in London and environs. Among '
llii' elaborate set.-» constructed itt Uie
studio waa one uf a complete CuglUIi |
I'lilnum train, It was l»ld out in coni-
partmciihi, with all tiie equipment in-
cluded that In ueeed lu passenger
i'onclica abroad. Bvou th« nmgazlnes
and newspaper-.**/ road by BKBB Martin
while supposedly on route between
London and Wales art English. By
an intricate inecliuntail contrlvancu
tho train wbh made to movo in a thor-
ougihly realistk' manner out of the
"Klatlon."
two hk.n imi: fko.1i »m."
\T ST. ElOENE II0H1M
••UIMBEL-LS" ARE XO RE SEEN
HEBE SATURDAY, .MARCH 6
wn
en-
in
been
for a
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,
HAIR STOPS FALLING
*\i
Save your Hair!    Get a small bottle
of Dandwrlnc right now—Also
stops Itching scalp.
Two tl-'atiis from In tin on zn am ro-
iwrted. the victims being Gustnv
Lundborg ami Jos MisuUi.
Ouatv Lundberg died at ihe hospital Sunday morning. Ho was :n
years of uRt. and came to this section
from East Bud, Saskatchewan. The
funeral took piace Wednesday from
the undertaking parlors.
Joe Btsuttt, who was a saw setter
nt tlie Bast Kootenay Lumber Com-
■panya plant at Jaffray. died al tho
hospital Monday morning. He was
29 yeans of age and lias a brother at
Flagstone. Tlie funeral took place
Wednesday afternoon. Father Murphy
officiating.
STIFF JOINTS '
SOREJOSCLES
Uabsr Up Quick); Under ttt SwtM«
P-MStratisg AppUcatite af
HsmHn't Wizard Oil
In cases of rheumatism sod lata*
back it penetrates quickly, drives ont
soreness, and limbers up stiff, aching
joints and muscles.
Wizard Oil is an absolutely reliable, antiseptic application for cuts,
burns, bites, and stings. Sprains and
bruises heal readily under its soothing, penetrating quatities.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
besdache? Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents.   Guaranteed.   . —*
Thin, brittle, colorless nnd Hrnggy
Imir is piute evidence of a neglected
Boalpi of dandruff—thst awful *eur.".
There  Is nothing  lo destructive  to
On* hair as damli uf    It robe ttie imir
of iu Inslru, it-J "Urength and its v<*rj
life;   eventually   produeHiE it  fever) ih  ;
noas iuul Itc.iin* cr the acuJpi whiph i  !
not remedied eaiu*s the hair ruots ti I
shrink   loosen  .nil  die—then the  l.sli I
falls out fa°t    A HHlo Pnnderino to* :
nipht—now—any time—will surely save
your Imir.
Oct  a  Final!   bottle   of  Knowlhm'a .
Dtnitlerinp from anv drug store.   You !
ittful liulr and
The famous Canadian wldl*
urtalnmcut araanHjatlon, kno
Franco as the "Dumhells." ha
brought intact to this country
limited tour of the larger cities, in
order to give the people at home nn
idea of lie really wonderful theatricals which were staged In France by
and for our boys.
The members of tills company, all
.soldier-actors, having served an average of sixteen months on active
service in Lhe entertainment corps.
The "Dumbells" gave over five hun-1
Ired performances in France, many i
>f them immediately behind the front :
ines, where bursting shells played
m Important part ln the "lighting ef- '
fects."
For thla tour they are offering their I
original oversea* revue, "Biff, Blng, j
Bane," which will he staged us nearly
as possible in th* manner in which
t was given over there, excepting the
matter of bursting shells, poison gas
and eootie&.
"Biff, Blng, Bang" will be the offering at tht Auditorium theatre for one
night on Saturday, March fltfc,
END STOMACH TROUBLE,
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA
Percy  Comj.ock,
lisi. Aelor iu "Tlit
the   eminent  Eiib-
uuele oi the Navy"
ol ll
derm
if
Suv,
will iti-i try a lit
Vour bait
Itel
Coming lo Uie Auditorium  Saturday
'SIX FEET FOLK" COXING
TO THE HEX MONDAY NEXT
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
FOR LIVER AND BOWELS
| Would you like to experience once
{again some of those delightful thrills
that used to chase each other up and
down your spine, back in the early
dayB of motion pictures, before you
became so case-hardened and blase?
Then save a night for "Six Peet
Four." It fs unique—the biggest,
speediest, most dramatic picture of
our western country ever filmed,
abounding in thrills and suspense and
tense situations. Just released by
the American Film Company, Inc., lt
Is going to have a two-day showing at I ,, .
the Hex theatre, this city, beginning I bow
Monday. March lst. ' gls*
Cure   Sick   Headache,   Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad
Breath- <:andy Cathartic.
No odds how bad your liver, ntomael,
or bowels;   how much your head aches
how miserable you are from coiwtipti-
.Ion.  Indigestion, biliousness and slug
■U'\ bowels—ydU always get relief witl
''i-.e.rrt-i.     They   immediately  cleans.
Hid  r.'gulntf* tho stomach, remove tli
•mr, fermenting food and foul gases
take the excess bile from the liver an
carry off tlie constipated waste matt
from   thc   Intestines   ai
10-oent Ms fr^i
II
Boys' Pullover Sweaters, regular
$3.00, special this week at $2.25 at
the big value place, Moffat's Variety
Store.
monk
in- i-lru
>nwel
clear foi
Bleep.
Somo of mill.
GBOSSHITH,  MUSICAL   ARTIST,
IS coma TO CRAXBBOOK
Leslie Qrossmlth, one of the most
successful musical artists touring
Western Canada, will perform here
shortly.
Particular;- will he announced ln
our next issue.
HOW YOU CAN TELL
GENUINE ASPIRIN
Only Tablets with "Bayer Cross"
are Aspirin—No others!
There is only one Aspirin, that marked
i with the "Bayer Cross"—all other tab-
' UtB are only acid imitations.
Genuine "Buyer  Tablets  of  Aspirin"
linve been prescribed by physicians for
nineteen yenrs nnd proved safe by mil-
' lions   for   Pain,   Headache,   Neuralgia,
Colds, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis.
Handy tin  boxes  of  12 tablets—also
larger  "Bayer"  package*;  can be had
! al any drug store.    Made in Canada.
|    Aspirin is the trade mark (registered
! In  Canada),  of  Bayer Manufacture  of
j Monoaceticncidester of Salicylicacid.
While it is well known that Aspirin
] means Bayer mnmifnctuie, to assist the
! public against imitations, the Tablets of
| Buyer Company, Ltd., will be stamped
with   their   general   trade   mark,   the
"Haver Cross."
'Pape'a Diapepaln" makes sick, tour,
gassy stomachs surely fesl fine
In five minutes.
If what you just ate Is souring on
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, or you belch ga» aud eructate
sour, undigested food, or have a feeling
of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea,
bad taste in mouth and stomach-headache, you can get relief in five mini it* >n
by neutralizing acidity. Put nn end to
such stomach distress now by getting u
largr fifty-cent case of Pane's Dlapepsln
fron. any drug store. You realize In
live minutes how nwtltoea it is to suffer
from indigestion, dyspepsia or any atom-
• ■•ti disorder caused by food fermentation
 "--"'*■■■ neiii in stomach,
-     ■    ■ ♦ ■
The young men's Cranbrook Club
met Monday evening, but adjourned
to somo futuru date, aud when health
conditions   Improve   the  young  mon
expect to announce a program.
The
\X7E ARE Ford Dealers in this
▼ ▼ distrift and have formed an
estimate of the number of cars we
will require to meet the needs of
this territory. We cannot get
enough cars to fill that estimate
because there are not enough cars
being made to fill all dealers'
estimates throughout Canada.
The number of cars we can get
depends upon the number of orders
we send in and the early date at
which we send them in, as the Ford
Shipping Department follows the
principle, "First Come, First
Served."
Cars ordered now will not be
delivered until March, and deliveries will be uncertain throughout the
year. If you do not want to wait
for summer or autumn delivery,
come in and reserve your car b\
signing an order today.
Hanson Garage, Dealers. Cranbrook
r30sK?SCOUGlv:p
PROFESSIONAL CABD8
WATER NOTICE
inversion anil L'so
TAKE NOTICE tlmt A. D. CltBltlng,
whoso address is Canal Tint, B, C,
will apply for a license to take anil
use 100 miner's indies of water out
of Areher Creek, which '.laws North
and drains lino 1-avlngton Creek,
about 10 chains N. E. from a. W. corner Lot 651S.
The water will be diverted from the
stream at a point about 15 chains 1
South of S. W. corner Lot 5518 and I
will be used for domestic and IrrisiU-
ion purpose* upon the land describe li
as Lots 5515, 5515, 39, Block 4590, Map
This notice was posted on tlie|
ground ou the 10th day ef December, 1
1919.
A copy of tliis notice and an eppli-1
cation pursuant thereto and to the j
"Walter Act. 1914," will bo filed In
the olllce of tlte Wnter Recorder nt;
Wilmer, D. C.
Objections to the application may
be filed with the said Water Recorder
or witli the Cmm-troller of Wl.tcr
Rights. Parliament BuUdngs. Victoria, B. C, wiliin llfty days after Uie
first appearance of thla notice In a
local newspaper.
A. B. CUSHl.N'G,
Applicant.
By H. I.. ARCHER.
Agent.
The date of thc tltst publication of
this notice Is February 20, 1919.
iicinu Damsela in "The (loose Girl,'
toriiiiii Theatre. Friday
iniug in tlte Audi*
10 Vict up in the morning tired
and unrefreshed, with a dull, heavy head,
often amounting to headache, to feel low-
spirited and "blue"—are symptoms of ^
self-poisoning by food poisons, not neutralized or eliminated by bowels, liver and
kidneys acting in harmony.
Beecham's Pills
help to remove the cause of
this trouble. They act gently and safely, but also
very effi-
Worlh ■ Guinea ""flgBgj]       Ciently.
• bin.
I*M nnjKliit. ia Cuwda,
Friday evening
Born at the Ottocc hospital Tuesday, Feb. 24, a son lo Mr, and Mrs. P,
(N. Conrad, uf Moyle.
Born, feb. 116, at tho Cottage hostel, a fm> Mr and Mra. N. Boo-
WATEB NOTICE
Diversion and 1'w
TAKE NOTICE that A. B. Cuslllng.
whose address Is Canal Flat, B. C.
will apply for a licence to take and
use 100 miner's inches of water out
of I-avlngton Creek, uho known 83
South Fork FIndlay. whicli flows
North West und drains Into Fiudlay
Creek, about 2 miles North from Ni E.
corner I.C. 5519.
The waler will lie diverted from
tlie stream ut a point about 1 mile
South of S. E. comer Lot 551S and
will ho u.-cd lor Irrigation purposes
upon the land described as Lots 551S,
5516. :i9. Block 4590, Map No. 4 O,
Windermere.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the liuh day "f December,
1919.
A copy of tiie notice and apt II*
cation pursuant thereto and to the
"\\'4cr Act. 1914." will be llled In tlie
olllce tit the Water Recorder ut Wilmer, B. ('
Objections to the application may I A] piunketl uud
be. died wltll the snld Water Recorder1
or with tho ('"iniHroller or \\|iter
Rights. Parliament llulldincs. VIc-
turla, H. ('., wiliin llfty days after the
first appearance or this notice int a
locnl newspaper.
A.  U. Cl'SHING,
Applicant.
By 11   L.  ARCHER,
Agent.
The date of lho first publication of
thlB notice Is February 20, 1919.
Un. Href■ & MacKinnon
rhj»l-Un aad SirgMil
Ofllce  at residence, Armstrong
Avenu.
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoon.   i.00 to   AM
Evening. 7.30 to   MO
Sundays     2.80 to   4.S0
CRANBROOK. B. C.
I»R. F. B. MILES
DEXTIST
Office In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
• to li. i>
1 to   ( pa
CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPUERSOK
liaertakw
Pkeae IM
•iortiurj Ate, nil to (Itj Ball
nans. sPEcn-iCATiojis,
ISTHIATS8   A1.D
SCPIBIMIMIASCE
KenudtMig and Repalri a
Bp-ftoltT.
J.    t.    HICHIKOI'T
\ D R. W.
( *
',.      J Campht-ll
«~      I Will re»t
't?      J or «bon
A.FEROIE   r
DE-WIST
Camptiell-ManniDg Block
reavme praftlc* on
bout February 11
\m*esmt''*mt*M*,s**>m****s***s^*mPm*
Thc
ollllil.VAL
and
nlllj
UKMJINK
A. O. Murray a: "Tony" and "Marie." in "Biff! Blnp!
The "numbells" Revue at the Auditorium Saturday, March 6
Bana
GET TIIAT OLD HOUSE
FIXED DP BEFORE IT FALLS
DOWN OB GIVE IIS A CONTRACT TO BUILD T0IT 1
HEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
71 tr t»     P.O. Box ttt
Use Sweet Milk-Sour Milk
Buttermilk or water
with
EGGO
tig Powder
Baking Powder Co-, Limited
Hamilton, Canada P A fl £    SIS
THE    CKAKUBOOK    HKBALD
Tiiursdii), February 26, 1930
r
AUDITORIUM THEATRE
night only FRIDAY, FEB. 27
DOORS OPEH AT S P. M.    CURTAIN SHARP AT 8.30
BILLY  OSWALD
"IS THA' A FACT
IS THAT COMEDY OF TIIKILIING TIMS
THE*
Goose Girl
99
' lsst*»ees**<em*'S.
PBICE8- Adults, sue. mul $1.10: Children, 55c.
SUITS Miff SELLING  IT ItKATTICMIHMI'S
Al/DITORJVM THEATRE
Saturday, Feb. 28th
DOORS OPEN AT 8 P. M.   CURTAIN SHARP AT 8.30
BY SPECIAL AKHAXUI.'.li.NT THIS COMPANY Will. BREAK ITS .TUMP BETWEEN
SPOKANE AMI CAI.I'AHY
I. It.VY COMSTOCK AMI MORliTS GEST
PERCY HUCHISON
run eminent km.i.isii actor, ix
"The Luck of the Navy"
NOW PLAYING VANCOUVER.   ORIGINAL COMPANY WHICH   PLAYED  TO TURN-
AWAY AUDIENCES FOR TWO YEARS INLONDON.
GEATEST  THEATRICAL  TREAT  EVER OFFERED CRANBROOK THEATRE GOERS
PRICES— $1.10; #l.ll.. nml 93.90.   CHILDREN, in Balcony,
Seats mi Salt' nl llt'iiltlc-Noliles,
Cents
?
\ms.ir\f,m.tr\fem   m\)ftt*mmtlfm  et\fr».,mt{frn.ir\)f»mtiT\f.s^
9
!'
AUDITORIUn
THEATRE    t
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Saturday, March 6th
The"Dumbells"
IN   III lilt ORIGINAL OVERSEAS REYUE
BIFF!
BING!
BANG!
Direct from Klve Weeks' Rim in Toronto and Now on
Tholr Way to die Pacific Coast
THIS IS THEIR HOME-COMING TOUR AND THE LAST
CHANCE TO SEE Tlll.ll
Precisely ns presented out 500 times to the Boys In'
France- antl afterwords, over forty times in Brussels for
lhe benefit of lhe wounded anil distillled soldiers) and later
at lhe London Coliseum und Ihriiiiirliniit Enu'lmiil. This
is the Original Parly* with the sume all-Soldier Cast, in-
eluding n bevy of Femnle Impersonators, und n lot of well-,
known singers of lhe latest London and New York song
hits.    Also two Bright and Snappy Dramutle Sketches.
One Night Only!   One Night!
PRICES—$1.10) $1.05; Chllilren, 55 Cents.
Sent Sale Monday March 1st at Hcuttie-Xnlile's
pjmUg-MH/lflK/lli   melt/ta welts*   tttettsu mhHk-ukWi, ni-Fl
BE! THEATRE
Amusement Mr Excellence
NOW SHOWING LAST TIME
TONIGHT
ITIAKI.ES  llll
"The Egje Crate
Wallop"
—umi—
llunilil l.liijil's New Comedy,
WMI'INfl INTO IIHOIIIWAV"
FRIDAY AMI NATIKIIAV
ANITA  STEWART
-ln-
•Her Kingdom of Dreams'
—uud-
'•THE SON OE A GUN"
COMEDY
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
WILLIAM   RUSSELL
'6-SIX FOOT FOUR-4'
\  Dramatic  I'ciitnrc  wllh Big
Illll In Full Action
Also
SERIAL AND COMEDY
WEDNESDAY — THURSDAY
FARAMOUNT-ARTURAFT
VIVIAN MARTIN
THE    OFFICIAL    FIANCEE-
CHARLES    CHAPLAIN
"TIIE CHAMPION"
Owr tbe tea Cups
Patronize - Home - Merchants
Insure with Heale & Elw.'ll.
+    +    +
Don't my Vacuum Cleaner.     Hay
RURHKA, "the worUVe boat,"
+   +   +
.Men's   nlhtgowns,   regular   *4.TjO,
clearing out now nt $3.50. Big, values,
Moffatt's Vnriety Store.
+    +    +
B, o.  Wlndsorji Cranbr-ook's  well
known piano timer, le in town. Leave
fmlet'i.-* at Wilsons' Jewelry store.
+   +   +
Boyisf nnd Olrls* Fiette Nightgowns,
I'fgnlnr price 12.00 and |2.50, selling
now nt $1.50 antl $2.00, from in yeara
to ii- years. Onr prloos win every
tlmo. MoffiMt's Variety Store.
+   +   +
WJ»y not kill two birds with one
stone? (Jet tiiat btrtlid-'y present for
yonr wife nnd at the same time make
house cleaning a pleasure by tlie gifl
oi" nn EUREKA Electric Vacuum
house cleaner. The birthday gift do
luxe. A plensuro to demonstrate.
PATMORE  BROS.
ITS A\ EtOIN
Thfcs fact collided with
our wolt known selling
policy mul iiniiuallfled
guarantee makes this
watch an nt tractive purchase at
$85.00
The beautiful streamline model; the excellent
time-keeping iiualttlos.and
n splendid giild-lllled ease,
recommend ll to tlie most
lUserlmlnat Inn purchaser.
Oilier Models $lft tu #100
W. II. WILSON
JKWHl.KIt
3BBBBSBBUBiSB*
Social-Personal
R, Braley, Kelowna, was here on
Wednesday.
It. J. Swan, Kimberley, was In the
city Wednesday.
Mos*. King. Ainsworth, was a guest
iu the eity Wednesday.
J. T. Mangens, Fernie, was amonR
the arrivals Wednesday.
A. K. Irfltch and wfe, Jaffray, were
among Wednesday's arrivals.
Judge Thom peon. who was e la
grippe sufferer last week, is convalescing.
Sheriff James Doyle, of Nelson, was
in Creston last week end on official
b madness,
W. J. Atchison and Mrs. Atchison
arc confined to their home suffering
with la grippe.
Mr. A. J. Scliell and bride have returned from tlieir honeymoon trip to
points on the Pacflc Coast.
James Malay ( well known here, of
Victoria, arrived in the eity Monday
und waa greeting former friends.
II. O. Parsons, Golden, former M. L,
A. for that riding, was here on business Wednesday, returning today,
IL E. Beattie, wlio has been absent
from the cty for some time on business in Calgary, arrived home Tuesday.
H. A, McKowan of the Cranbrook
Sash nnd IKmr Company, was In Spokane Inst week-end on business. He
wns accompanied by Mrs. McKowan.
Mrs W. K. Johnstone, who has been
ii guest m the home of Manager Kob-
ertson, of the Royal Bank of Can-
uiln. departed today for her home at
the Coast,
Jam os Oreaves* of ihe staff of Die
Crnnbrook Drug nnd Book Company,
whn hns heen coufiend to bis home for
some time  with  Illness, Is  reported
Saturday SPECIALS!
Odds and Ends in Papetries, Note
Paper by the Quire, Initial Correspondence Cards, Initial Papetries
NOTE PAPEK HV THK QUIRE—Amire und White. This
l» iilil stuck, nml llu- sum,, ipinlih cannot lie purchased
today ul mi) price Per <Julre, l."> Cents
l*AI'KTI!II.S— Runglng from Ml In 85 I Is    HAM PRICE
IMTIAI, PAPETRIES—A few regular llll Ct. Lines   !I5 Cts
INITIAL COltRESPONDKNCE ( AIIIIS—ill MALI' PRICE
ORANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.,
IV. J. ATCHISON, Manager
Hay Phono 74 Night Phone 204
All. MAIL  ORDERS PROMPTLY  ATTENDED  TO
If you are in the out-of-town district, drop us a letter or card and
anything you want In our line nlll he sent by return mall or express.   We give special attention to out-of-town orders.
OCR SINDAV HOURS ARE 4 to 5 P. M. and 8 to 9 P. M.
onvalesclng, which  will  by phasing
news i« his many friends.
City Clerk Thou. Roberta, who hns'
boen ut the ('oast on business, hns
returned.
Mrs. \V. D, Macleod and her'
mother, Mrs. Hallott, were victims of
Influenza last week, but nre now eon-'
valesclng
i
Mrs. g. ll. Thompson was lakeu
to St. Eugene hospital hist. Thursday
with severe bronhinl trouble, bul is
now doing* nicely.
Ur. P. W. Oreen, who bus been 111
Btnce iiis arrival home from n visit
to Coast points, is improved and expects to be about his practice ns usual again.
Word has been received from Walter Walters of the L. D. Cafe, to the
6ltect that his mother in luiie ill at
her home in Michigan and Mr Walter e.s mny not return for a week or
two.
*<&'&<$$$<&$-<$><&'$<$>&§4iW4>
COMING EVENTS ♦
h< 4> 4> 4> 4> 4-4> 4*'4> <$ 4> 4* 4> 4> 4> 4> 4
PROSPECTORS' NOTICE
There  will  be a general  meeting
,  I of the B, C, Prospectors' Association,
Boat  Kootenay District, on  Wcdnes-
PROSPECTORS'     MKLTINC-rity (l!ly ^^ Mflpc|l 3rd  a, g ^
hoJl. Wednesday eventa* March a*, ,„ tlle clty llu„t f,ranbnmki a( wh|ch
'" S '" '" v the report of delegates to Northwest
Mining Convention will be presented
therc-
jfrom wilt he dealt with.
POLICE     COMMISSION—Regular
meeting Tuesday evening, March 2nd, aIltl important business arising
in City hall.
CITV COUNCIL—Regular meeting
la council chamber, city hall. Thursday evening. March 11. S o'clock.
CELEBRATION—Watch for the announcement of the 24th of May Second Annual Celebration,
House cleaning time is here again,
but. It has no terrors for the owner
of an EUREKA Electric Vacuum
liouse cleaner. Let us demonstrate
why you cannot afford to be without
one.   Pntmore Brothers
Just u few plain drunks were all
tlie troubles tht police department
had during the week. These unfortunate fellows only enriched the city
treasury by having to pay iho usual
lines for such behavior.
Ladles White Planelette Nightgowns, regular $.1.00; special this
week. 13,25.   Moffatt's Vnriety Store.
WANT ADS.
STAR NKCONh  HAN It STORE
Phone 9.
If you have anything to sell or want
to buy, cull on us.
ORGAN—Good tune, 12 stops, $25.00.
MAGIC   CREAM   SEPARATOR—Per-'
feet condition, $25.00.
GOOD   RANGE   AND   COOK   STOVE
for sale.
The St. Eugene hospital is crippled
somewhat by five of the nurses of the
stun* thoro being ill.
A winning team, the EUREKA Vacuum Cleaner and tho Crystal Electric
Washer and Wringer. They make
house cleaning a pleasure. Investigate,   Patmore  Bros.
It Is announced that the Canadian
Pacific Railway has decided to make
culls soon ut Kuskanook aud when
wharfage facilities ure completed thc
accomodations for automata will be In
shape for the trip on to Nelson and
Trail and Rossland. JiWt when the
Doniuion Government will undertake
the wharf construction is not announced, but it believed this work will he
commenced soon.
CRANBHOOK   IRRIGATE!.-   I,AND
*■£ mile from City Limits and one
mile from Post Olllce
25 acres, 15 acres c ten red and under cultivation.
Excellent isprlng.
Highly adapted for market garden
or dairy ranch.
Good range.
Price $2500.00.
This  price  ls only  good   for  one
month.
Apply BEALE & ELWELL.
2-12-2t Cranbrook, B. C.
FOR SALE—Set cf Nelsson's Perpetual Loose-Leaf Encyclopedia's; 12
volumes. Always up-to-date. Ap-
ply Box 178. 2-2«-3tj
CANARIES FOK SALE Singers and
hens. Prices on application; reus,
(•liable.   Hex SHI, Kavln, 11. C,
2-19-St
WANTED.- A good portable sawmill
OUtflt, second-hand, Price with particulars to F. TIMBBRLAKB, Grand
Forks. II. C. 12-1-21
$5.00 PER DAY,—Mon send me your
address mid I will start you ln bus-
lues^ cf your own earning $5 to $10
dully the year around. Sample
case and plans free. Address H. V.
Martin,  Windsor, Ont.' 2-12-81
'NEW HEAT WITHOUT COAL OR
WOOD"—Price $is.oo. Agendas
open. 225 West Notre Dame
Street, Moi.treal.
FURNISHED   HOUSE   WANTED—A
furnished house wanted for a short
lime from parties desiring to leave
the olty. Must be modern In every
respect. The best of references'
can be given. Address. "House," in
care of the Herald office.      2-12-tf
AN ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING COMPANY, wants a capable
man in every town to opetn branch
office and manage Salesmen, $300.00
to $1,500.00 necessary. Handle
own money, should make $5,000
yearly; Prospective sales In every
home. Expenses to Montreal allowed when you qualify. Sales
Manager Walker, 225 West Notre
Dame Street, Montreal.
For a Short Time |Onljr we are
Offering RESIDENTIAL LOTS in
the following Additions to the Citjr
ot Cranbrook:
SOUTH KM> ADDITION
MOUNTAIN VIEW ADDITION
8UNNYSIDE ADDITION
FA II VIEW ADDITION
WAItDMAN ADDITION
-AT—
$50. Per Lot
FOR CASH
These additions now join on lo Die olty lml are mil)- «•
joct to Government and School taxes only.
Thisls a splendid opportunity to secure excellent residential property at a low (Inure.
APPLY TO
BEALE & ELWELL
Buy Now and Save Money
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