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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
"'Victoria •
British ci»Lu*i*n4"
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY,   FEB.   L'lst,   191K
NUMBER 8
HELP    TO    WIN    THE    WAR    BY    ECONOMY    AND    PRODUCTION
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR
LITE LIEUT. J
!>' Till: METHODIST fill'lttil OS SUNDAY   1 AST
SUITABLY DECORATED FOB THE OCCASION
ATTENDED IN A BODY.
C1IUBCH   WAS
li. IV. V. A,
TEMFEKATl'BE HECOBD
lor Heck Euillne Frlirnarr ''fltti.
Thursday,  Fan  14    29 14
Friday.   Feb.   15     19 "
Saturday.  Feb.  1C    17 4
Sunday,  Feb.  17    is ,
Monday, Feb.  IS    19 -12
Tuesday,  Feb.  19    18 —is
Wednesday.  Feb.  20      8 —28
J. IN. GIBSON VISITS GSK. ROD HND GUN CLUB
li!
The t.'raubrook Rod und Gun Club
is no organization of rapid growth
At the monthly meeting on Wednesday evening a membership of S4 was
reported
Correspondence was read and considerable   discussion   took   place   re-
in memory of Lieutenant John Wilson, whose death wns recorded f» our
issue of last wook, n memorial sorvleo
Was huld in The Mothadlsl Church last
Sunday evening,
Seats were roservod for tin- members nf Hit fi W V A, who attended
iii :i body to pay Lbolr last rospocti in
a fallen comrade,
Tho church wu* denimied with the
allied Hags  while the lio '  roll  re-
reived special attention In tiio way
uf floral decoration,
Il Was thr pulpit, however, that bore
the main marks of thought and cure,
bestowed in loving memory of the departed hern. It was draped lu white
and flanked by two three pounder
bruss shells which were transformed
Into vases which wi re filled with
beautiful bouquets of carnations, provided by the G. \V. V. A., while in tiio
centre of the pulpit hung a simple bul
effective cross covered with purple
velvet and surmounted by u white
cross, somewhat narrower, bearing In
gilt letters, the name of the hero
whose memory was being celebrated,
together with the year of his death.
The whole effect wns very pleasing
and fully in keeping with the choice- i
ncss of character of the erstwhile adherent of the church.
The seventh ciapter of tbe book ol \
Revelation, verges nine to seventeen,
were read as lesson after which
Tennyson's "Crossing the Bar" to Bug-
ene Cowles setting, was sung by Rev.
Thos. Keyword! followed by a brief recital of the facts concerning the as- ■
sedations of John Wilson in this city.
The pastor also paid high tribute to
the character and gentlemanly bearing that lie always evinced during his
residence here.
Heading tlie names of all the associates of the church who have paid
tlie supreme sacrifice, the congregation rose while the organist, Mrs. Ira
R. Manning playing in most effective
manner The Dead March lu Saul.
A beautiful litany for Prisoners of1
WVr; for families and friends of the
fallen for those who bear the scars
of War in Honourable wounds or
-M.ru'.s tot uiust .-."iii RtSTfig the conflict, for those who freely volunteered
hut because of sickness were not privileged to see active service, for all
arms of the national service, for the
King and his consort and all leaders
of tbe people; for ourselves our allies and our enemies was rend wlillf a
pause between paeh allowed the congregation to participate.
The Hymn "For Hrltains cause on
Land nnd Sea" was followed by a discourse based upon the text In Arts.
Chapter 20, verse 24 '*1 count not my
life dear unto myself.
The speaker said tlint to tell the varying values that had been placed upon human life was to trace tinman history from its beginnings
Those values had grown since    the
time when a human life was but ,i supplement to Ihe larder nf the savace.
up through the time when a life aim
ply served lo hear testimony to tin-
prowess and skill nf the hunter, up tn
the time when one lonely man had
said I came nni In he ministered utilo
but lo minister and io give my life ;i
ransom for many How thai idea nf
service and sacrifice lias grown front
the time wlun twelve men were Im-
lined witli it. we must In fancy go to
(he fields of Flanders to know and tn
realise, Men ignorant ly Hay that
Christianity had failed, but with twenty millions of men in khaki the major
Ity of whom were there nol nut nt any
sense of adventure, but from .' sensi
of duly, thai estimate wonld have to hi'
revised. A crisis like the present ha
flung the individual bach upon the Infinite, Hie eternal and ihe unlvorsal
In the possibility that he may lone his
body, the BOldler asks whether he will
keep his soul or whether he lias one
worth keeping
In the probability thai someone nf
those denr to him may not come hack
with peace, he eii'iuires whelher he
Will see "Ills Pilot" face In face,
Whnl Is worth Struggling for'.' What
,s worth fighting for? Whnl is worth
dying for is his persistent question
Individualism is tabooed, selfishness
made Impossible. Ihe will to live
shame. That troth is lhe worthiest
object of one's though!; duty of one's
endeavour; righteousness of one's
struggle; honor of omj's allegiance mi l
service of one's sacrifice have become
the inarticulate sentiments of every
true soldier breast.
These men have not gone in the excitement created by the skirl of piper
or the shrill of the whistle or the bent
of the drum. Pondering over the issues, in the quiet of their homos and
in the secret of their hearls they had
been set on fire with the great vision
"Won Is me" If I Join not those met
In the defence of liberty nnd the protection of those ItlenlH for which the
Anglo Saxon race has always stood.
Continuing, the speaker Raid that
"We 40 well tn honour these noble
I men who so unselfishly give them-
1 selves iu such a mighty cause     Too
much cannot be done in their honour
or for their comfort.
And yet it is uni inr them that our
anxiety Is at this moment We will
continue tn sing "Qod Have our Splendid Men". Mill the anxiety Is elsewhere Just now and il is whether we
will he worthy to meet those that return.
"Using 'he figure of one person allowing his veins to he trapped in Ihe
interests of one he held dear, so that
hie und happiness might be possible
Mr. Keyword) said that those noble
nee were dren'iht; the buttle Mains
ip the hope t nt there might spring
forth a sublime, 'iianhood and womanhood In the worl.l securing to all the
free development nf iha; manhood until it should roach the measure of manhood In Christ Jesua.
But while they were doing that
there were those of us at home who
arc unwilling to he stripped of our
wealth antl luxury and ease nnd graud-
our. To our shame he it said that we
scarcely realize our position as yet.
In spite of all we have contributed It
is still true that money to provide
the necessities and comforts for our
soldiers has still to be cajolled from
us by the rythmic heat of the dance
floor and the intoxication of the orchestra. Has tho gilt of our patriotism been so tarnished that its glory is
dimmed ■>>' Iho brilliance of a dollar.
Has our patriotism become so bloodless that we will not part with our
money unless we get something in return and for which we do not even
wholly pay. God pity us if we have
become so anaemic as this.
Some count it the height of fame
and honour to he buried beneath the
honoured slabs in yonder abbey, but
there are thousands who will bye and
bye appreciate a wooden cross such as
adorn the hero graves in Flanders as
an honour that cannot be bought except by service and sacrifice. Clod
make us worthy of such a grave:
At the conclusion of the sermon the
rhflir rendered in pleasing manner the
anthem entitled "No Shadows Yonder"
in which the principal part was well
taken by Miss Edith McRrlde.
The service closed by the singing
of The National Ambem and find Rave
Our Splendid Men.
TIE
CAN. PATRIOTIC FUND
The annual meeting of the Crnnbrook and district branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund was held at the
City Hull on Friday evening last
The chair was occupied by Mr, J P,
Fink, there being also present Hon.
Secretary T. M. Roberts, Hon, Treasurer H C Seaman, the members of
the i!H7 committee, Mr c v Cock
and n number of others.
The mlnutOS nf lhe last annual
meeting were read and adopted
The Treasurer's report was then
presented nnd showed thai the sum of
(20.706.88 wae subscribed during the
year Hiding November 80th, 1911 A
Summnrj of the receipts follow
Cranbrook    $7871.68
Wycllffe   5426.26
Klmberlej      l'smiou
Wardnor   ::r-r,7,7r>
Wasa        804.80
Loco      666.00
Wntlsburg ...   Ml.30
j^o.Tor.r.s
In lhe course of his remarks on Ihe
work  nf tlie  past  year, tin   Chairman
voiced the appreclotlon «>r ih.. local
committee nf the assistance rendered
by various gentlemen at WycllOfo,
KImbertoy, Wnrdnar, nnd other points
who have attended  lo collection of
Btibsorlptl   in tlieir rospecllvo dls-
irlets,
The retiring officers were accorded
ii  vote nf thanks for their services
.1 I' Fink, Chairman. T. M. Roberts.
Hon Secretary, and 11 C, Seaman,
Hon Treasurer, were unnn.moiisl.v
re-elected to their respective offices,
c, A. Cock was re-appolnted collector,
The election of Executive committee
resulted as follows:
Dr. F. W. Green, D. E. Howard. J.
R. McCreery, Scott Mncdonnhl, W. IV
McLeod. W. A. Nisbot, (1. J. Spreull.
W, E. Worden. and R. T. Williams.
The following shows the  amounts
received during the first two months
of  the  current   yer.r:
Hoeombor, 1917:
Crnnbrook    $488.78
wyciiffe     888.25
Wasa          (12.00
Wardnor      224.60
January, 191R: $1188.58
Cranhrook      84!U*»
Wycllffe      395.26
' $U386I
the   Ihiiiisiind  hollar*- line or Fire
Years In Jail or Htith h
Penalty, s»ys Chief,
Five thousand dollars line nr five
years in jail, ur both, are the penal*
lies for anyone found with Pastor
Russell's books "The Finished Mystery," or "The Bible Student's Monthly," which is tabulated Vol, 9, No. 9,
and Which contains "The full of Babylon," an excerp from "The Finished
Mystery," according to Acting Chief
of Police Johns.
On Monday, February 4th Bertram
Cooper and Garfield Zlnk asked permission   from  Acting  Chief John to
sell  Bibles, In this city, which was
given  them.    These gentlemen  later
that week held meetings in the Parish
and Maple Halls aud upon Constable
John visiting the Maple Hall on Thursday evening during their meeting he
discovered that they were not selling
bibles bul the books mentioned above
The only explanation forthcoming for
I this   deception   was   that   they   were
■ "sorry  there  hud   been   a  nilsundcr-
] standing."    They admitted  that  they
| had more books of a similar nature
; at their rooms in tlie Rly. Y. M. C. A.,
; and were ordered to turn those iu and
; then   proceed   immediately  to  collect
i what  books   they   had  been   selling
: about the city and return the money—
: sixty cents each,   Their meeting was
naturally broken up and they proceed-
! ed to collect as many of the books as
i possible at that hour of the evening.
j Others   were   returned  to  the   police
I by   the   purchasers   themselves   but
; there  are   still  several  yet  at   large
; nnd as the worthy gentlemen furnish-
. ed Constable Joint  with a complete
list of all ihosc who bought books In
j the city, Hie news of the penalty for
having  these  books  in  their  homes
may como us a considerable shock to
the nerve; of the holders.   The federal
criminal code, however, lias fixed the
penalty, and the police must seize onyl
nf  the   above   publications   wherever
found,
Makes no Difference
There are nine million copies of
"The Finished Mystery" in Canada and
tlie United States, and the book has
been translated Into thirty-five lan-
: gunges, so it makes no difference if
the hook is printed in Yiddish, Slavish,,
. Chinese, Gaelic, or Latin, it is all the
same, as soon as its character is proven, the holder is liable to the fine or
imprisonment, or both. As the police
are bin Instruments of the law, they
will act wherever the books are found.
As far as ihe Bible Student's Monthly, Vol 9, No, fl, \s concerned, as It
is also under the ban, Its holders will.
also be liable. There are many copies
of tills publication in Cranbrook, the
holders of winch will feel uncom-
fortnble when aware of the danger
there i in being found in possession '
Of it.
Prohibited  Publications.
OTTAWU, Feb. 12- The secretary
of state, under tlie press censorship
regulation!, has issued warrants forbidding the possession in Canada of a
i number of publications, among which:
is   the  book  published  hy  ihe  Inter-:
, national   Bible   Students'   association,
eutitlod, "Studies In tho Scriptures—;
i The Finished Mystery," and  purport-
! ing to be the posthumous publication
1 of Pastor  Russel.    "The Bible, stud*,
' nits Monthly," also published by this
1 association at Its office in Brooklyn,
N>\. also la  prohibited circulation  in '
Canada     The possession of any prohibited publication, lays the possessor
open  tn a fine not  exceeding $6,000
and ms monthb' imprisonment.
In accordance with advice received
from Mr. J. \V. Gibson, Provincial
organizer of Food Conservation Committees, a meeting wae called for '■'■
o'clock last Saturday afternoon, but
adjourned iu consequence of tbe dod*
arrival   of   Mr.   Gibson   who   did   not
reach the city until Saturday evening.! gardlng tbe introduction of phea.
li beiug impossible to announce [ iuto this district, Hungarian phea.--
uuoiher meeting prior to Mr. Gibson's; ants were introduced into Alberta in
departure for Ferule on Monday after-! ihe year.- 1907*8-9 the principal rca-
uoon, arrangements were made for' son beiug ttiat these birds are of gient
delegations of the City Council, Board \ assiFtance in destroying insects.
of Trade, Retail Merchant-;' Associa- They proved satisfactory in this res-
tion, Farmers' Institute, I, O. D. IS,,I put and Increased so rapidly In mini
Women's Institute, Agricultural Asao* hers that on open season was de-
elation, aud St, John Ambulance A-.-o- • dared in five years from their Import-
elation, to meet at the City Hull on Nit ion. The Alberta authorities n-
Sunday afternuon at four o'clock,' eumiueuded English pheasants lor
when the Frlvinclal Organizer spoke 'his district, They are very similar
at some length on tbe necessity fori'0 the Hungarian variety which It Is,
conservation of such food-stuffs as,0' course, Impossible to Becure al
are  required  to  supply the  British' present.
forces and the armies and peoples of Definite information as to the aup-
the Allied nations, and In conjunction ply of fry that will be available for
with conservation, th€ necessity of la-'this district is not yet to hand. In
creased production was strongly em-i'he meantime the Fisheries Inspector
phaslzed. ' has  the  matter  before   him   and   the
A  nominating  committee  was  ap- j Hon. Dr. J. 11. King is using his besl
pointed, fcnd this committee will ap-' efforts on behalf of the district.
*mt*ty$m n0\fiin*if\fiijQ
FOOTWEAR
New
provincial Library of n
i    b aKViOirtvs '-■-■ --•"■•-' 3"1S
1      n hi
point the necessary sub-committees
for the successful carrying on of s
conservation and production
nalgn,
The committee on By-laws presented their report,  which  was adopted
cam. | and the committee thanked for their
i services.
* Regular  meetings   will   be  held  In
When seen by a Herald represents-' future on the second Tuesday of each
tlve on Monday, Mr. Gibson who has  month.
tor some time been Dominion Director Intending members of the Club will
of Agricultural Education, atated that j find Messrs. E, T. Cooper or A. 11.
lie was visiting the principal points Webster most happy to provide them ,
in British Columbia, not for the pur- with membership subscription re-1
pose of starting a new organization,! ceipts In exchange for the sum of
but in an  endeavour to consolidate I ona dollar.
the energies of the existing organlzu- „. ,	
tions so that the greatest possible
good may be accomplished by eo-oper- j
at ion.
The   various   sub-committees   will |
need to arrange not only for au im-
k
GOOD SHOWS IN FUTURE
mediate campaign, but for a eampatgu
of an educational character that will
keep these subjects of vital Importance before the public, through the
mediums of the press, the pulpit, the
schools and in other wuys.
In order that the public may fully
realize the condition of toffuirs, a
continuous supply of up-to-date and
authentic Information must be provided.
Mr. Gibson suggested the Information of a committee to stimulate production, to the end thnY every man and
woman, boy and girl shall be encour-1 ,,ei,red t„ b|, Ihi
aged to "do their bit" along the Hue
of production, whether it be in is backyard or vacant lot garden, the raising
of poultry or rabbits, or some other
way. The preservation and canning
of surplus vegetables wus another
subject offered for consideration.
In the near future arrangements
will likely be made for Miss Olive
Hay(s, Provincial demonstrator, to
visit Cranbrook. Miss Hayes, who, it
will he remembered was here about
two years ago, is visiting the various
points in the province where domestic
science instruction Is not provided in
thp schools. She not only lectures on
food economy, dietetics, substituted
foods, etc., but gives practical demonstrations In support of her statements.
Mr. Gibson stated that there wa#
a tendency in some of tlie smaller
places, to think, food conservation
more the duty of larger places. This
argument is not sound. The responsibility is a persona) one, and applies
equally to the residents of the smallest village as to those of the largest
city in the Dominion, and ln addition,
the responsibility with regard to conservation rests on the producer as
much as on the consumer,
ln the words of Mr. Gibson, each
und every one needs to consider food
in the light of a sacred commodity, to
be used with all possible discretion, in
order that the people living ln the
countries of our Allies may be saved
from starvation.
On Monday morning st-veral of the
clusses at the Central School were
addressed hy Mr, Gibson on the subject of Increased food production.
Mr. Getirge R. I.ra-k joins with the
Calted  I'reidiielng Company-
tt -ti
CUItUNG NOTBS
u  «
llonsplel «ns Great Kieiit
The local Hon spiel, which bus just'
been concluded, proved a huge success I
in every sense of the word. The cold
snap came Just right for the curlers'
and tended to make the Ice keen and
hard without heaving It In any way,;
A number of new players were Intro-'
duced to the game and appeared to
enjoy themselves Immensely.
The three cups which were played I
for—the Corby, the Gntllt and thej
Grand Challenge—were won by Lester:
Clnpp's rink, James Henderson'!, rink
and Frank Topham's rink, respect-!
Ively,
Frank Topham's rink proved thej
strongest of the ten rinks entered and,
got iuto the finals In the three events.;
He was beaten out of the Gp.ult by i
Henderson's rink, which was skipped,1
largelyt by It .J. Binning In thl« event.,
Several of the players, ns well as
some nf the older ones, played re-1
markubly well und their services us!
leads and seconds were much In demand.   Among thost in Hit Cor pro-
inotlon  next year are W.  D. Gllroy,
Edgar Davis, Rush Adumson, Doug.-The ladle:
It is doubtful if thert be u town in
the West more ready to pay good
money for good shows than Cranbrook.
Every one of us has quite enough inducement during these times of war
and sadness to try to get away from
the worries of life to get away from
ourselves, for a few hours, and for
that we are willing to pay generously
Our experiences in Cranbrook in the
past have been theatrical disasters,
more or less. The system under
which the- business wns worked ap-
An odvance agent
with an elegant line of spiel and a
contract came along representing- let
us say, "The Princess of Bunk, Musical Comedy Company." The manager
of the Auditorium had no means of
knowing what the company was really
like, and had to depend °n the veracity, or the want of it. in the advance
agent whether the public got stung to
the bone or not. In very many cases
the public got the harpoon thrown into them without ruth or mercy. Some
fearful things were offeied from time
to time—howling attrocities is about
the only way one can de-scribe them.
Mr. and Mrs. Public sat them out as
best they might and came away vow-,
ing, "never again." This resulted in
a doubhr Injustice, for tlie people grew
afraid to take a ohanoe when something worth seeing was booked, and
in the next place a good company had
to play to a beggarly array of halt
empty seats. To get to the root of!
the matter, it can be said that there
was simply no guarantee behind the.
road shows which hit Cranbrook for
u one-nlght stand and vanished next
day with the money of the public.
Last Wednesday evening, through a
booking with the United Producing
Company, Limited, of Calgary. "Thei
Brat," the great Morrosco success,
was put on with Miss Rea Martin, who
created the part In New York, in the
title role. She waa supported by an
exceedingly well balanced company,
though Mack, the author-brother of
Steve, overstrained his part and left
a most unpleasant impression, nnd
Tlmson, the butler, need nni have
been halt as drunk as he tried to pre-'
tend to be, Stieve was most excel-
lently acted—a fine piece of work.
Mra, Gardiner, Jane and.
Stocks  are
Now Complete
WE CATER TO THE FOOTWEAR WANTS OF THE ENTIRE Family NOTHING
THAT HAS MERIT OR IS
WORTHY OH' A PLACE IN
THIS HOME oi;i;oon SHOES
IS LEFT OUT OF OUR LINKS,
SHOES FOR MEN
SHOES FOR WOMEN
SHOES FOR HOYS & GIRLS
SHOES FOR CHILDREN
Our Prices are as low
as Quality will Allow
WE CONTROL THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCIES IN THIS DISTRICT FOR SI.A'I'KlfS RBQ.
Al. SHOES, I. I. BELI/S A.
CLASSICS.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrnok's Dry Goods a.ul Clothing Store
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The Modern Reconstructor
VINOL
It contains the medicinal principles of fre-n Cod Uveri and by
a special process is produced without oil or grease. This combined
with peptonate of iron is not only delicious to the taste and agreeable to the stomach, but it is a most efficient tonic to be taken when
the blood Is poor, when flesh K n«**d*d and when the weak need
strength during conratewence, and in many chest and lung
disorders.
I'M. IK oim l. BOTTLE I1UM,
Cranbroak Drug & Book Co.
Phone 74.   Night PI
VY. j. AT( HISOV liatf*r.
Plnnis and Kid Murgatroyd. Bob Binning will likely Im- .-.kipping permanently, Dicky Griffin and Harry
Hughes got back into the game after
four years' nbi'.etice und played as
though they lived in the rink, Dicky
Is not so niosy an of yore when he
played for Thos. M. Roberts but on a
few occasions tlie ice committee had
to choke him off.
J. P. Campbell's rink, while pretty
strong, did not take any cups, pogj&ly
because, at crucial moments, 'Campbell was more exercised over "packed
rinks" than over tbe shots. And In
like manner, Ed. Hill's rink can blame
the labels on his rocks.
Angella made a very perftct team and)
tlieir 'ic'ing was a feature In itself I
The Bishop was cUver. Hen Martin!
proved he-'self a consummat* character actress. It was a very great intellectual pleasure to watch bow much
she put Into, or took out of, the part
of the little New York waif—more,
maybe, than ever the nut hor thought
was In It. The play was a great success1 and entirely worth while. A'
special point In Its favor Is that there
was no situation In It which Invoked j
the whistles of those awful kids who;
Infest the gallery. I
It Is very satisfactory to be able to
state that Mr. G. R  Leask, the pres-l
Heaters   Heaters   Heaters
The cold weather is still with ur so call in
and inspect our stock of HEATERS. We
have a good selection lo choose from, and prices
are reasonable.
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5 IJAKER STREET
THE
BEST
SEEDS
ARE
CHEAPEST
Our Prices the Lowest Quallt- the Highest
An) person, Msrut Gurd-mi, firmer or lu»ili»iln« whhli- sets'
In iuri!,' »r .mall quantities, is hulled lo mail u- a list ol tkelr re.
ciiiir,miiit> anil ne nlll |ironi|itl; return It with tlie lowest sueket
prices.
'   1.1 TTUt   UK   ENQUIRY   .MAY   SAVE   YOU   MANY   IIOI.URH
THE MORNINCSIDE SEED DO.
WINNIPEG, MA>.
To close the Bonsplcl two rinks lent lessee of the Auditorium, has en-!
from Fernle, skipped by l,awe andjtered Into a contract with the United'
Llphnrt respectively, came up on yes- j Producing Company for the regular
terday's train to play for the Flelsch- presentation of the shows hooked by
man Trophy which Cranbrook rinksi them for the circuit of which Cran-;
had won from Fernle earlier tn the! brook now forms a part. Delng a
season, w. F. Cameron and A. S.,'.heatrvul agency it knows 'he 'stage
Ward skipped against them and while values of the shows It backs, and can.
both Crnnbrook rinks played very j therefore guarantee the public good
good games, they were not quite honest value for Its money. Mr.
strong enough and the cup went back Leask Is to be congratulated on hav-
to Frrii* - far a while. Ing ferart this intact.   It will ha
ali for the better good humor of Cranhrook and to the extraction of the
bunk-propelled harpoon which formerly rankled In our Vitals.
On tho Sth Marchi "Hen-pecked
Henry," w-lth our old friend Billy
Oswald, as Henry They say that
Mrs, Henry is a wonder. This play
has been holding the Calgary peoplr.
delighted) for gome time.   Thereafter,
"Watch your Step" one of tbe funniest
Things before the public. Later on
"Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch."
If these things satisfy the people of
Calgary, Spokane and Vancouver they
ought to he good enough for us. All
the same we are entitled to a few good
plays to take the taste of that horror
"Tin. Island ot Smllei," and some
other* of the unr slid, off our Up*. PAGE TWO
TUR ORANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,  FEB.  2!st,  1918
A\  i:\i;'*i. iu:\t
TIIK   CltAMtttO-.K   IIEUALD | their seltlshneas and luxury and ease
thoy are determined to,
There's not to reason, Why?
THERE'S DUT TO DO, OR DIE"
\ win the war league should seek
> unify this city upon the food uues-
H. \. lionle, Kdllor and Serretnrj
h.  \. liny, Manager
nk, 11, i .. rVbrunrj 21st, l&lfi
i ivi:.nixtTK mi:v
Under tn
is usually serled with a suitable ring,
and the better grade it is the better
the young Indy likes It. We imve an
Infinite variotj of tln< Engagement
Rings, ai :il! prices, and you could
not gel better values elsewhere. We
have d full line of Fine Jewelry o"
nil kinds, from Watches, Chains,
Bracelets Ear-Rings, rtr., to Silver
table Cutlery.
Raworth Bros.
.r HI. Mis a OITH'IAN'S
i in: in
hi  mi,i.i
IV
Robt.
t'riii,],', 1
ro|i,
' ii'sli Un
III, In!
I'S,
'it's
nh
il IMstr
1
Phono 37
Norbury Aw        0|'|,
Clly
Hall
iriiy of Hit Director
it  Public  1- r-,;ui n  there  ha*   re
eentl; ■. nblished :tt 0? uwa, a
War Lectun Bureau with Sir Robert
Falconer, K c M. 0. ns chairman of
the Advisory Council
The object of this organization 1*j
to give the public further facilities
for acquiring Information concerning
the war and a clear understanding
ot it- prpblemB and obligations at
home and abroad.
Our neighbors to the South have
thousands or what are known us
"Four minute men" who give brief
addresses at moving-picture theatres
ami other thoatricul performances,
and ai practically every entertainment
1 or meeting win-re there is an audience,
confining their remarks to the period
thai bus been
; thai lime im*
u help
vlnnlus
-  Indicated by
Blven them n
id durl
througlu
expected
irps i
irlani
OVERS
JAM (Hit
Meets   in   M
pit)  Hull  socond
Tuesday of t
very   month   at 8
P   m.
Membership
open   to   Brltian
citizens.
Visiting   in
mhers   cordially
welcomed.
K. y. Brake
J   F. Lower,
President.
Secretary
111 I
Till
liofori
nol   bo   brought   homo  too
and ii is honod tiiai Cranbr
soon bo numberod among Hi,
t ll 211
Bill'"
liavo adopted tho War Ucture
ti Bystem nt' Impressing upon lis
nts their obligations which musi
■ to feol Ihat iv,'
n.I
llflllod If we it
'doing out bit"
tu  of
ortlng
lllty  I
WOMEN'S IXST1TUTK
».„ Moots   In   tin
^Jij.   © Parish     Hall
&.■$?£&! & ,;r"'    T""5,la'V
\J«s,sSf.7 iift-rnnon    ot
/%&-£i/V\ nni    inotitli
^ Cc? P|VS ■ M|H  w
B.   McPnrlnne
Secy. Mrs. J. w. Burton, P. 0. Box 821
All ladies co-dhilly Invited.
tlie tr-Bon
The flag
noeds to
should be i
Ing Bight.
Tho sol
Office Building
; tn lional flags
•i noi n depress-
id Problem
idtng waste
Ion. Perhaps there are nol as many
pink leas, or afternoon panics as
there UBCd to be, 1ml, Sir. we are inclined to think that there could be a
Btlll further reduction without crossing the danger line.
Then, Sir, it seems a farce, to hear
ii much talk about eating War Broad,
l or refusing to eat White Flour Bread
I so as to help Win the war, when what
is saved thereby, if there is anything)
saved, is simply spent upon needless
luxuries, which are not only needless,
but are destructive in that so often
they divert so much useful energy
that would provide nil the enjoyment
as well as becoming productive,
Tho crime of there being 28,000 dol
lars spent In one month last year in
automobiles lies nol in the fact of the
i iy spent in Hint direction, bul in
the inevitable Indulgence thai follows.
tho money burn I up hi fuel lo say
nothing of the time occupied by useful labour in garages ami the haulage
.'I' tn.'] over our railroads.
1 do not want iu biTuiiH coiisorlal
or unkindly In criticism, but was there
any need, Sir, to purchase 500 second
hand volumes for Balfour Sanatorium
al lite eXpenSQ nr 360 cups of lea and
S50 places of cake hi. I Saturday.
I admire the spirit that marked the
St. Johns Ambulance Association und
"■"- perhaps they arc right when they con-
Sly' hud that If they had not done it in the
way they did or some very Hlmilnr way
Kiev would not have received the
boohs (hey did. But, Sir. is not this
he very thing that nil educational
propaganda ought tn seek to rectify.
Surely a grent majority of thof:e cups
of tea nnd pieces of cake were unnecessary In so far ihat most nf those
partaking thereof would also return
homo a little later and partake of a
"War Supper", save the mark,
Xn, Sir, (here is much to he done
before it can be said we arc in earn-
est about this thing, and we hope thai
thn.-t' who were responsible in his
district for the creation of Win-the-
War leagues or desirous nf creating
them will evlnci their sincerity by
seeing to It that tho term does not
go down to history clothed in dla
grace and political partisanship.
"One who is disappointed."
lie
oh  will
LAII)LAW  A:  DEWOLF
ci.n nmi mining Engineers
It. ('. Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Mine r.xnni hint tun s mid Reports
I. I.. I' A R K i: It
Mining Cnuincer
208-201)    Ih raid   Pig.,   Calgary,
and Elko,  B C.
eh the garbage palls
Lei every
hoiiseh
older hf thankful
he does nol
live in
the lands devasta
led and  lali
1 waste
te the linns and
express tha
iiks   by
becoming a Food
Controller.
If vou want satisfaction
with vonr wasliinn
send it to
mi VI ANA I.AI.Mtli
Special wicos for familv
work
CM AS,
parken
Fonvartlh - ami   Distributing
/V-'it for
Lotliurldge and Greenhlll Coal
Imperial (Ml Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cam a Specialty.
I'nniiiu ;imi Transferring
Given prompt attention
Phone 63
Unless the extreme limit of production Is reached the countries of Europe face starvation ami there arc
still some people iu (Tatihrnok who
do nol realize the necessity of conservation and production
Ont leaspoonful of sugar saved by
each person in Canada every day
means 66 tons of sugar saved per
day, 10,026 tons per year, valuod nt
r lb equals $8,085,000, nnd
base  a   fleet   Of  205   air-
10 cents in
would pur
planes.
LETTERS 10 IHE EDIIflfi
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for opinions expressed by
Correspondents
Ihs. Groen .v MacKinnon
Physicians and Surgeons
Ofllce at  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons 2 00   o   4.00
Evening--  7.;m to   8.30
Sundays  2.30 to   4.so
CRANBHOOK, Il  C
ro the Editor, Cranbrook Herald:
Sir:—Some few monthb ago our
heroes were ruiBOd to a point of enthusiasm over the fact Omt the people of Canada wort beginning to
realize Hint they were at war, and
that the common people hail a part to
play lu the war. "Wln-tba-War"
leagues were established nil over the
country and
tho housetop
True it wa
constructive
tlie  lime.   HI
illg    to   help
pair
■lisni preached from
Dun ihere was
propaganda 1
Ing us how we
"Wln-the-War
hoped thai li would come
But Instead of finding
power ami Influence, 1
greal creative force for thi
nf a patriotism the like 0
never been sei ii before, I
til
1 grow
coming
ptodw ii
Hie slum Specialist
lOi: HAKAPODI
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Headquarters for all kinds nf
Repairs
near a   Wlllspo
is bolng done, or
what   in dn
Can you tell me,
lliey an- sill! aliv
suggestion  truo,
were only politic
-■in
Ir. Kdiln
or is ll
al    Ih.',
Irloker
nil as In
whether
ilntsler
tongues
to   help
\  M0nt.lt\ VICTORIAN AT'UIflORV
Once there wai a man who owned
■I thorough-bred meat hound weighing
about 120 pound*, of bone, muscle nrd
lipid dog-flesh Me called this he.,::
Boomerang, b**:*'iise if he took Itlm
'Uf the chain to "sick" him on lo any
suspicious party, lie wns as likely to
form his natural love for raw hobo
nu1 turn round and tear n leg off his
owner and chase him lo iho top of the
highesi tree within seven miles, ns lie
,vns to pursue and devour his proper
quarry, tramps and other lessor
, breeds without the  law.    Hence the
■ mime, Boomerang,
About the same time the Police
'"omniisMnncrs al Victorin possessed j
. what they thought was a palo-colored
sterilized version, or variety of the
; old Boomerang strain which they
1 wanted to let loose on any poor unfor-
, innate devil of an Itnllaii or colored
man who would dare on the Sabbath
1 Day to sell a banana or a glas'; of lee
; cream soda to a working man who
. had labored for the six days previous
, at making munitions lo BOVi our
country from the Huns, As for the
' man who kissed bis wife on Sunday
and took her and (he jolly-hearted
iittle kiddles for n ride in his motor
car, they were tn be reduced lo the
■ raw material for Hamburger sUnlt '
: if they could only manage, by hook or 1
I by  crook, by  dog  or  by  hound,  to
accomplish nil this and put a slop
to these shrieking abuses and gross 1
offences (hen a peace and benediction
nnd likewise an ineffable smugness
.vouId visibly descend on the land ,
such as would Biiffuoe with unction
and holy joy the gizzard or Holy
Willie himself. But the law was such '
that before thoy could unleash their;
little pet llog, they had lo approach 11'
certain public official, a man of much :
humour, and gnat common sense,
known as the Attorney-General, one.i
Ferris by name. "Sure" said the A,
0., after ho heard these snnciinion-
HHls payer- nf lithe nf mint mid ulllse
a ml cummin, "Sure,' said he, "nnd
also certainly and why not1 Hut before vnii turn Doom* rang loose on the
wnr-piiih tend in  lo me a list of tbe
A SQUARE DEAL
llriiiiil- shl|i|ir,| Ulrool lo Vnur tin r Nearest Slnltim .ill HxnrMs Gtinrgos
thi; (HUM i.st i\tm:s ami LIQU0K8- Strictly Tr
t'rejiatd.
GOID Si:.u, LIMITED J1AKK9 THIS OF I'lilt.   H is 11 concern wutoli IiinjIi,. largosl slocks ol lliiuor in Western Canada anil is tlie (Vest.
em DlstrRmtor for man) o ftlio Imsl Ki'=m,n I.minis .In tile case of .onto |iu|tuliir liiuml-, you cnn'i liny relinlile stoch olsowhoro,
GOLD si; \l. i.i'iiTiii has BKWi t\  liisivss 90 vi-.uts. it Is a concern wnlcu nover sulistltntos. .ttlton vim order tr s yon trol
ivliat 3011 order--mid .Inst wlwl yon order—true to brand, wltothor bottled, citse or bulk goods.
IKjIOl! CAS Ml CONGEB Hi: llll'OKTKlt INTO CANADA.   OKDEItS llllt Till: CHOICE IIIIAMIS AltR I'llMiM; IV THICK AMI FIST.
IF VIII' WAST TO HF SI'lti: HF A Sl'l'l'1,1 OltHFIi AT (IMF.
CASED SCOTCH  WHISKV.
A Case consists of I'l quart bottles,
S."—Sanderson's   Old
II.'W
ilinnry round   bottles; Hi
while
inlluni-v n
nl nl' Sun
Old! ''i'l Hue
I Mull   (Lou,
oval quarts
hollies .
11 grnilo
this
Quart
lllllll  hotlle
lord Seole!
"Mountain
Stoeli. Ill yeiirs old  	
"IIons-,, ot Parliament"   S. Kendorson nmi Ci
old  	
"House of Parliament1
yenrs old 	
"Sanderson's   Mountain   Hew"—We
w.hlsky us excellent value-  iu large
hollies     •
"Sanderson's Mountain Hew"   11
- most |iii|,nlur anil reliable l,i
Whlnliy Imported 	
Sandorson'B "Olciilelth"   In yoal
Ullboy's "Military" :i ilees Blend
Duncan Hrlntnili [Dundee), larjo 0
Doncan Mclntosli 1 Dundee), ordlnar
Train * Mclntyros Veteran   Ifttcollonl 1;
Yrnln & Mclntyro's droy Ubol   (Uquer   Mall);   very
btffb grade 	
OUbfy'i fc'pey lioynl   I Limited qiu-nttty.) Price ci     1,
'alien lor ease lots
Johnnie Walker's "Kilmarnock"   Red   label   (cal t]
he replaced)   	
Johnnie   Walkor'i   "Kilmarnock"   Block   label   (very
ran I   	
"1>. 1'. I," Controlling Burns, Huiril ti Co., lOd Scottish
Bard, in Imports! oval qnnri bottles; very find	
Andrew Uaher'a "O. V. 11." 	
Andrew I'sher's "(I. O. 11."—uinck label 	
Andrew t'shei-'s Special "O. V. 0."—In Imperial oval
'maris. Direct Importation (limited quantity), wonderful   value   	
MaeDoniiid & Mulr (l.eiiiu "Highland Queen" A van
popular brand	
MacDonald n Mulr (Hclthi "While und Oold" A
Uquer Setdeh; well lined and excellent In flavor ....
John liewur's "Special"	
.Iiiliu Dewar'a "Extra Special"—Blue label 	
John Dower's "Special Uquer"—White label 	
John Dewar's "Extra Special Liquer"—Only a lew cases
in (lie world  	
"Black and White"—Bucbanaa's, most popular line in
Hie world; wonderful flavor and quality 	
Buchanan's "Red Seal" 	
"While  Horse"-   Mnckle's   	
Peter Dawson's "Extra Special"—One of the finest
whiskies shipped; la yenrs old   Limited quantity ...
Grunt's standfast Gold Medal Highland 	
Bulloch, Hade ,C- I'll.-Distillers of Finest Highland Malt
Whiskies -White label standard nf all brands 	
Red Label- -Very fine, I'll years ill wood 	
Old Orlsney- -OO—Famous Mali Uquer 	
.Mil, hells Genuine Old Heather Dow—Famous line ....
Caledonian Uquer 	
MncCallum's "Perfection" 	
Watson's Nn. in old Dundee Scotch 	
"Gold Bond" Old Scotch Whisky— It years old: lars'
Impertnl quarts, fcreme de lu creuie) 	
Peter Dawson's "Old Curio"—20 years in wood 	
.lolni Hutu's "dienleven"—Delicious old mall
Price   Net
per    I'nsu
Liottle Price
sum    $1.1.1111
1)0,(10
8(1.00
li.llii
11.11,1
;i.t.i
11,00
;i.7.i
l.oo
11.25
IIO.OO
no.oo
lll.sn
00,00
110,011
110,1)0
;>.i.i.i)
00,00
10.00
00.110
10.011
CASED KVE WHISKY
A ('use consists of 12 quart bottles.
"Three Seal Rye—Nine yenrs old. For many ycun
siitiidnrd on the Western Canadian market. Ased
warehouse In oak cases; u registered brand; la
while Imperial oval quart bottles 	
'■Three Seal Rye"  -.Mile yenrs old
ordinary round bottles (very Hi
"l.liulled Rescue"   Rare Old Llq
ovul quarl hollies; exlrnnrillniir
"Hold Seal Special"   Elghl yoars
standard value 	
"Hold goal"   Canadian   .Mali   While whisky
boltloi    	
Jesse M v ni,i Bourbon Whisky (A A.I   0
pormllon    Special price 	
"Hold Bond" Canadian Rye   12 years old: In
qillirtl     W lerful whisky 	
IIU: WVIISkV
siiuie as No, ,",
'I, llmitor stock
cr Rye   Largo i'
quality 	
id; ordinary boi
HI It,
*'J„10
"Llmltod Re
-i'lie
0-3
"Prlv
Uque
old
1,     Special
Win
llll   veins 111
1 Mall  Willie
Rye
fill,   ami
Uquer   	
Uooderham & Wort's Spocial (slandnrd
11 r. Speclnl nil yenrs lu mil, 1 llmlte
Pure Canadian Mail While Whisky ...
Uooderham ,v Wort's 8-yenr-old spooiol
Jos  IS  Seagram's "Waterloo"   standard
Wnlkor's ranailian Club  	
Wnlker's  Imporlnl   	
'Hold Bond" t'iinniiiati Rye
Bible in obtain  	
Hiram Walker's Hid Canadian Rye  	
HISTU.I 11,'V HOT I'i.lMIS
1 quantity ,
Bblpmont, -
rongth
ill's old; oldest and bosl
A Case
sts 1
' 12 quarl bottles
11.50
80.00
lliil
811.011
0.50
811.00
IJ in
15.00
l„10
51.00
11,50
811.00
11.25
80.110
11.50
8(1.110
.T..1II
80.00
8.00
88.00
0.0,1
0(1.01)
:i.5o
80,00
.'1.2.1
811.00
8.25
80.00
8.50
811.011
8.7.1
12,00
8.2,1
811.110
8.7.1
12,00
5.2,1
00,00
1.00
1.1,00
"Oanadlan Club". -Hiram Walker's ivory funuuia) ..
"Imperial"   Hiram Walker's 	
Gooderliam A; Wort's "Special" 	
Goodorbam ^- Wort's Ordinary 	
Joseph Seagram's No. s;t 	
CASED  1I1IAMIV
Hold Seal Three Star- Gold Label - Very old Cogna
excellent flavor 	
Martin .t Roper Three Star—Silver label 	
Iielainarre Hxtrn Special xxx ■ Gold label 	
Ilennessy's Three Stnr Cognac 	
Henncssy's One Star Cognac 	
Racine Frere's xxx Blackberry Brandy	
Gold Bond xxx—(L'Een d'on.   Large oval quarts, Pal
Cognac  	
COGNAC HHAMlV    111 l,K
Meukow xxxx Old Vlntago Cogtto
I'h. Richard's Cognac, v. s 0. I'. .
Gold Sen! Old xxx Brandy 	
Ri/ult's Old Private Slock- Special
Rlzalt's XXX Old Pale Cognac ...
"Gold Bond" Fin, old French Cogi
Price
por
Hotlle
2 2.1
2.00
2.25
2,00
ol
1*8.00
2 75
X25
1.1111
8.50
(117.00
21.00
18,00
is.no
21,00
08,00
I    JllK.
-s.llll
7 JO
7.7,1
8,00
0.00
7.IKI
K5II
S.llll
M.0II
7.00
Net
I'use
Price
21.011
21.00
21.011
21.00
21.00
*.'(.'l.oo
80,00
811.00
-1.1.00
8fl.no
811.110
12.00
187
John HiiIk's
"Dimple" -Finest In thi
'Plication for case lots .
world; very rare.
KXI'HKSS (
ntage
.ir-iine Brandy—Special .
1AHGES I'll i: I'll I)
1 Gal. Jug.
.... MM
12.0(1
.... 12.50
.... I.UII
.... 11.011
....     18.00
WE m:\kh substitute
SCOTCH WHISKY    HIT,h
I Ga
Sanderson's old Private stock "Mountain Dew"—Id years old
-undoubtedly one of the finest Scutch Whiskies imported tn
llils country In favorite for 75 years)  	
Old Kilmarnock—Popular for many years (excellent) 	
Caledonian Reserve Uquer—Aged for yenrs In sherry casks—
a mild, mellow old whisky—wonderful flavor. The best ob-
tainnbli   from this famous line  	
While Horse Cellar—A famous old brand (Liquer) 	
Peter Dawson's "Perfection"—A very fine old liquer whisky .
Teacher's Highland ('renin   A favorite—standard 	
Sanderson's "GlenleUh"—111 Vcnrs old Isluy mall  	
"Mountain Hew"—The most iniiiiiliir Scotch Whisky in Western Canada; very fine 	
"House of Parliament"—S. Henderson** Co.. ton years old.
very uniform quality und flnvor 	
i'sher's "0. V. G."—An old vntied Olenllvot Scotch   (popular)
Gold Bond Old Scotch Whisky—14 yenrs In'wood. W uiderfill
old whisky; exceptional value 	
SKMI FOB COMPLETE PRICE LIST
All orders must lie accompanied by Post Office or Express
Order or Cash in Registered Letter
ii'.||.5o
11.50
I l.on
18,50
18.00
12.50
12.50
12.00
11.00
12.50
CASIO JAMAICA OMI IIKJIFIIAltA  111 MS
Horace (Turk XXX Jnmalco—Old and pure; very fine .. i"8.25
Robertson's "Centurion" Jamaica (famous line)     8.00
Robertson's Demerara Rum (navy type)     8.00
"Gold Bond" Fine Old Jamaica—(Over   proof) In   largo
Imperial quarl hollies; very fine     1.00
"Gold Bond" H. 13. Old Demerara—(Over proof); Imperial quari bottles (purity nnd Btronglh)     1.00
JAMAICA AMI OEJIHRAUA RUMS   lll'l.h
1 Gal. Jug
Hal Jamaica Ruin- 30 over proof.   Government   test.    Oldest
nnd purest possible 10 obtain; splendid 	
Fine Demerara Rum -38 over proof.  Government   lest.   Dar
Navy Rum; excellent     	
Pure Jamaica Rum   Horace 1 lurk, hi over proof; very fine
H 11. Old Demerara N.ny Rum -17 overprool .? .'....
Fine Jamaica Rum   London Dock, proof strength 	
Dctncrarn Ruin   Standnrd line, proof strength.   Kxtra value
HE SHIP PROMPTLY
iSiojki
88.00
.'18.00
15,00
1.1.00
* 15,00
11.50
11.00
18,7,1
13.00
Hl.llO
'E   On   nil   articles deduct   nn
shipped nl line time mill i
Three bottles nr mure   15 mils each bottle.
Six bottles ur more   25 cents ouch bottle.
Twelve buttles ur more- Special case price
(One kind or assorted.)
rdcrs   1, hen   all goods   are
et as above.
GOLD   SEAL   LIMITED
CALGARY. ALTA.
Established 1808. Inc. nl Htlnmi by Letters Patent.
187 Water street, Vancouver, II. f.
GOLDEN. II. I.
Write any Brunch fur La it's! Descrlpthe Price List
HEGIJ.A. SASK.
.1.
L
Mrs. Hubbubs- "Wouldn't It he fine' 'iirpiirutliin of the WI) 1.1 Crnnhriuk
to be able In do exactly us we please?" ] COI'lIT OF  KCVISIOX
Mrs. Slibliulis- "Ves, Indeed.   I won- 	
ler how It teals to be a 000k."—Judge. | NOTICBts hereby give,, that Iho
first sitting uf lhe Court 01- Revision,
for tin: t'iilpiise of correcting nmi re-
■is'ii.: the assessment roll of Ho City
of   I'rnnbriink   nnd   lhe   Cranbrook
School District, will be held    on    Hill
18th day of March nils In the Clly
Hall. Norbury Avenue, Cranhrook, B.
('., nt 10.30 11.111. clly llllle.
Persons bnvlng complaints lomnko.
I ugnlnsi tlie assessment nre requtrod
to hand sniiu . In writing, to the Assessor, ut lnust ten days before the above
date,
Many so-called remedies for anae- Tims  M  Roberta,
mia are only so in name.  Their mak- Assessor,
ers are alraid to prove their claims by ; (ninlirook.  II   C.
telling what their medicines contain. I Feliriiiirv 14th, 1018. 7-61
The only way to be honest with the I	
IIO IO
IIIRKIN   On  Prldny, February 15.
lo   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Joseph   Blrklli,  nf
Cranbrook, a daughter.
VINOL MAKES
GOOD BLOOD
Positive—Convincing  Proof |
GUK1I A SPREULL
llitirislcrs, Lie.
W. I'. Giini        Q. J. Spreull
IlIAMIIIOOK, II. C.
lilt. K. II. Mil,KM
DENTIST
Olllco Iii Hanson Block
OFFICII HOURS
0 to 18 11 111
1 to   6 p.m.
CHANUROOK. II  G.
F. >1. iHACVJIEIiSON
Undertaker
Day Phone 8881 Nlghl nunc S5
Nnrlmrj Au-, next lo Clly Hull
Ion
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tendo
V.   I,   I'IMVATi:   hKTKCTIVP
AGRNGf
!!o» Metropolitan rilitu;,-
Vancouror
Day   Phono,   Scymcur   14'!2
NlRlit Phone. Kiiirnifiiiiit :.0]f.
M.llil   Ol'iir.-.   812   > 1 ir-ICoiM'
n.iii.iiiitr. Victoria, it. v.
I'htno I1411i
j siTuro tiio rosiilta by the government
■ Bupportora in Lhe lust eloctlon, io bo
^ known in history m "The Klinkl Blec-
' tion?"
;    l should slncoroly hope, Kir. that
, Midi in not trui' for surely if itirrr
was need » few months »R'i for "Win
: tho-Wnr" leagues how much moro to
day,
!    Arc  wo to lit*  fmveit  from  a   war
woartnoss, that win bo satlfffed with
't iiiiytliing less tliiin a peoce which l» to
I ensiiro Lhe death of vulgar militarism
and freedom in self government for Ioons-c6n;carno and  then  with yell
l Un- pooidtH of the earth? j nnd howl lio chprcd the pnnf? right up
lop of the highest specimen
vg ynii  wnii 1  in iiavc eaten  up
hen i ->-Im 11 give you permission,
■'', tn put your pel  Into motion
III vim. llOWOVor, dare lu sol yuiir
ni Hit' petty offenders whlli pan
by \\w grootor ami wealthier nf-
against  tin-  wolghtlor  mal-
tera   nf  iiu-   law lli^   brows
itrnlghloned as ho looked nl thorn nnd
'in  livers insldo their bodies turned
in water. •■Well, you will have rORBOn
to remember ihe hint 1 rIvo you."
"That's ihe hellnvii note." said they,
blankly.
And Doomer boomornnged   II right.
11-* got htmsolf a hldeful nf panta-
people is to let them know what they
arc paying for. Here is the Vinol
formula. When the doctor knows
what a medicine contains, it ceaies
to be a "patent" medicine.
l> Cod Liver mid Bpff Pe-|ito»t«, Iron and
'," M-, ,,:. , i-- l>n,i jn-.tr.. IrunanJ Am.
inui'i ''» < ilfstt-',  l.triiran-l tjicUUl)' ni."
j.hus'.h.it.'i. OtHtHOi
Any doctor will tell you that the in-
grcdjentl oi Vinol, as named above,
v.i I! enrich the blood aud baniah anaemia and create utrcngth. When the
blood is pure and rich and red, the
bods is strong and robust.
You can prove this at our expente
because your money will be returned
if Vinol does not improve your health.
Crnnbrook OriiR .v Hook Co.. Crnn-
brook, B. •'., nisn nt the best drilg-
i-lsts Iii all D, C. towns.
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cue nil
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Mnjsnso nmi it<>
1 Cnli
HlKliesI
Eloferonou, tornu mot
eriile.
Aliply Mrs. A I'riuvfor
. .Million
I'liiine 160
1'. O
llnx sir,
Aililress. tlnrili'ii
Ave. 1
iiinlirook
DR.DcVAN'Siitn.v.
,nlsUli> till l..r Wiimi'li.   ,
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PH0SPH0N0L FOR MKN.
UL8M1S
ul I'll)
n»KT   STI'KU;   TOHNSITF
Moiiiiiini Restniirmit
Meals nl All Honm
t'hrurs ClgnroUofl »mi Cnnd)
OflANBIlOOK STREBT.
OppOHlte the Hank of f'ominnree
If so, Sir, it tan only ho as every-
udj becomes onthuslastlc In their
own communities) In active and constructive propoganda for the Heenrlng
of micli united support, that does mil
wall for legislation and conscription
of those things necessary to the prosr-
eutlon of a riphteous war.
it is no oxenso for any man or
community to excuse themselves hy
saying thai ohors arc not doing it.
Have, we a vision or u conviction of
what Is neceHHitry, then It Is oiith to [ more (lencral  than  Attorney,
gel liucy on it, let olherH go to hell lu   know anything about. It"
t .ho3,::;;;,; «o';;B,a;;ro7v»»;;u^i K^t^i^z%!Xz?at
the Hlghwfjy Act Amendment Act 1917
of his inientlnn to close a portion of
Island. And the people, the ungrate
ful people whom these commissioners sought tn save from the wrath to
como, pass by and ««>'■ "Wassn matter \vT tha pup? Some pup thai, Eh?
Sick 'em, nonnier. old soeks, nnd hold
them therfl till the wind of starvnllon
whistles through their haHelcs.-i pants.
Take ii from us, Karris 1:; sonic Altor-
ncy-\joneral, all right, enough, and
If we
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cruiibr-Hik- II. I'.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Frnternity Hall
R. C. Carr, C. C.
V. 11. Collins. K. ft. & S.
Tlsftlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COA1   MINING
ItRGULATIONS
Coal mining rights of t'i. Dominion, lu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the 1'ukou Territory, the
North-West Territories and lu a portion of the Province or British Columbia) may be leased for a lerm of;
twenty-one years ronewable for a further term of 1!1 years at an annual rental of %\ an ucre. Not mure
than B-000 acres win he leased tn one
applicant
Application for a lease nniat he j Vlttlll
made hy (he applicant In ponton W R*J*f'
lhe Agent or Hiih-Agent of the i||h- (Hpria
Irlcl in  WhlOh the rights applied fur1'1"*"''
are situated. "T-T"^ -+* ~
lu surveyed territory the laud must i V\ \ VX/ J_?l   ! 13 C
he described by sccllons, of legul mih-1 l\ r\ VV m    \*J *\&
divisions of sections, aud lu nnsurvey-,
ed territory the tract applied for shull \\' 'I f\ ii*i\ j
he Staked nut by the applicant himself.: > >  •: S \ I ICll *
Qach  application  must  tin accompanied by n fee of ff. which will he ■   '
refunded If tlie rights applied for aro    I f'l nil**!****;       I-*?! rillPTft
not available,- but not otherwise.    A ,  ' ■ «|'|'CI °1     ■   «" "»*■ P«
royalty shall be paid on the niere.h-                   |) n „ _ |_ . „ ^ I
antahle output of the mine nt the rate                  Km! Lilt I SI
of five cento per ton.                                u (ll)ps     t      . anvthtnB to
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns GET   OUR CASH OFFER
accounting   for  the  full   quantity  of i ,.   ,      ., ,.
icrclinntnblo conl mined an. pny t„o |    ~ in, ^ ^g»»-
r  t
I.i -I..nl
Vim t
nu'-gny
i" i en r I|>l
M  I'-tiiiirini't*.
North Stnr Avenut* freni the South
West boundary line of lloeky Mountain Avenue to tlie North East boundary line of-*Qalbraith Avenue, shown
in green, nnd to substitute lands ad-
jolnlng inken from Ulocks 22 und 2.T
in lieu thereof, sdiown In red and yellow on plan deposited with the Government Agent at Cranbrook.
J. 11. King,
Minister of Public Worki.
Victoria, Mb February, Mil.        7-tt.
I.O.
II. p.
xi:v
CITV 1
OIMJE, Nn. I'-'
Hall.      Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
B. 11. Mcl'lico      W  O. Aillnril
8ftC7.
N.O.
royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rlglits are not being operated such re-
tufhs should be furnished at lenst once
a yenr,
The leaso will Include the coal mining rights only.
Por f ill Information application
should he made to tbe Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or lo any Agent or Sub-Agent
D( Dominion Lands,
W.  W. COREY,
ir a $6.00 valuation.   We make
jt.iu our offer
AM) HOLD VOl'It VI'HS
I'm- yiuir reply,  returning thorn
ATOUH EXPENSE
If not purchased.   Try us,
In t.iisi.H-sK Since isss
Send for price Mat
Special price paid for Dark Martin
Deputy Minister of tho Interior. I t
.puabo.c'rtJ«lMackay & Dippie
I 318 8th Avenue, Va\«*ty, Alt*.
N. B— Unauttiorlzed
this ■dvertlsement will not
for.
lb, THURSDAY,  FEB. 21st, 1918
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE THRBK
■^i;:;::fi;. ;.. ■■..: ''^-.'ir?i-'-"'- ■i::!; ■     ■'■'■ ,Lii-',: AHiT'
BEGIN NOW!
Begin now to live at your
highest efficiency— why let
even one more day go by'.'
Von can not be at your best
If your vision is in any way
defective. And if an examination of your eyes, and a
pair of glasses if they are I
needed, will pul you right,
why nol come to us now.
W. lb. Milsoti
Mill.  OPTICIAN
TOWN TOPICS
I    Kllhy frames picture-*.
I Only iir» cents for all the attractions
'nt the Cranbrook Cabaret on Satur-
i day, March 2nd, 'A to 5.30,
2 More SPECIALS
jfupiMiosu rviu.i: Mais
Si'l nl' II. rt'vulnr 'illc
While thoy la«t   85b
POLISHING   CLOTHS —
I'ur Silver, Cut Glass, etc.
If we had It) buy today
could not be sold for less
than 50c.
On sale fur 20c
SEE  WINDOW
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -     B.C.
The St. John Ambulance "Hook Tea"
held at the Palm on Saturday after*,
noun was a splendid success. The
hall was lustefully decorated with;
flags and as the books wen; received
they were placed in the large windows which were also decorated
Early in the afternoon tho visitors
begun to arrive each with their books
or hook and by six o'clock over 520
We are carrying a full hue of hoot, | vohmie8 hnd bee'1 received, They
md shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange, were mostly cloth hound novels and
'Vrmstroug Ave. should prove n splendid addition io
" the  library a)   Balfour and give  ihe
Help the prisoners of war by pat- pati6dtfJ ., diversity ot reading matter
rontelng the cabaret at the Cranhrook for gomfi time tn come DurjDg the
Hotel. Saturday, March 2nd, afternoon a program of piano, violin,
and vocal solos was given by Mr?,
X a. Walllngor, Mrs, Whltehouse,
Mrs. Irn Manning, Mrs. S Ryekman,
Miss Wanda Pink. Miss Delia OreaveB
and Miss Bdlth MVBrlde. The "tea"
was under the convenorshlp or Miss
Florin.i'  Erlckson,  Miss  Madge   Itoli-
ertson, Miss Melva Cartwrlghi
Miss Edith McBrlde Miss Hallamore
and Mlsa \ Woodland rocelvod the
hooka al the door while iiu- tea tables
were served by the Misses Fallows,
Helen Bridges, Mary Hamilton, ll.
Harrison,     Marion     Robertson,    and
. ,, .,       ...  I Melvn   Cartwrlght,    The   final   work
Wo arc carrying u full Hue ot boots     , „     ,
and   shoes,     Cmnbiook   Exchange,   ,,f Hacking waa don., on Monday and
Vrmstrong Ave. I the books shipped Hum day to Balfour.
EATS?
DI«Ct>.
Parker's Orchestra—open for an-
I gagements. Dance work our spee-
! laity.   Phone 811.
Don'i forget tbe grand opening ol
lhe Cranbrook Hotel ten rooms in aid
of the prisoners, of war, Saturday,
March iho 2nd. from 'A to 5.50.
Keep Thursday, March Uth troe tor
Hie performance of "Pubb in Boots"
and "The Turning of the Shrew" nl
the Auditorium, s-tf.
timber along the inuin Btreum of the
St, Mary River below The Porks, or
below Bob. Huggart's Cabin the
terms, or names arc convortable,
.1 C. Hoofer Bflakcd and crown
granted several claims along the
Nortii Pork, one of them the Copper
Cliff, being said to bo of very considerable merit, This Fork backs
round almost parallel with the West
Fork nnd was the means whereby the
iremondoui escarpment which occurs
along the North line of tlie Snowdon
claim of the Big Copper group was
formed, Thi. cliff, or escarpment.
bounds tha right side of the North
Pork and is a mosl terrifying wall of
solid rock and about 1000 feet sheer.
The fact is smooth, so smooth, indeed,
thai not even a mountain goat could
entirely open uloi
-it i a
Ugll
Afternoon tea at tlit Cranbrook Cab*
itret from ;-. to 5,80, Sac.nlny, Jhrcli
.'ml. Tea, music and dancing! 11.4
latest stunts from New Vork, Chicago,
and Mllwui kle,
Redcllffo, Peb. H.- Mr. Davison,
late of Cranhrook, 11. C, and for tho
past few weeks on the Imperial haul;
staff here, has been transferred to i
Hcglna, Sask., and leaves for that;
point shortly.   Medicine  Hat News.    ;
MINING NOTES
"VICTORIA HIIOIT" AMI '
"COPPE1I I I.III."
Close iiy iiu'
ni' fine Ice-i
wood nmi li
AbOVO Hi" "I
:i half by n
belonging t<<
villi'.    Tliis
lore for i
""-i.liiiiii
the Vlcti
o Igson
called
nl' halt
!• front
eeiilng.
nil'- him
Coming down streu
Went Fork of Un St, Mil
the Office Camp, with \
been concerned for n co
the trail i« along tho
nit
llg   Hi
ry River from
llit'll \vo linvi'
inle ul" weeks,
lefi  bmid, or
^WHSTE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR   CANADIAN   HOMES
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can ymi think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
home ?
The members of Knox Church north Blde( of the stream and carries
Young People's Guild enjoyed a tobog- on through belts of tin old, primeval
gan party on Monday evening, after forest of the valley and over quite a
which an adjournment was made to number of slides, one of thorn, known
the School-room where refreshments ns the Copper Slide, being of enor-
were served and a social hour was motts proportions. It must be nearly
spent. i a mile across and Is covered with tho
 ■ rotting remains of thousands of trees
No direct  word  has yet been  re- carried down  with the packed snow
ceived from Vincent Uddicoat since and earth, lu the summer the wild
his  name   appeared   in   the   casualty j rod-top grass and the poisonous wild
list.    The first   report was that he parsnip grow in wonderful luxuriance
was missing and shortly afterwards up  through   the  old   tumbled   trees.
attonth
Chlcagi
crib, il
pyrlte,
values
Cloldlo
it was stated that he had been taken
prisoner. Ii will be- remembered that
Uddicoat went overseas with tho 225
Battalion,
high enough, in actual fact, to easily
bide a grazing imrsc Merc and there
there arc small clumps of willow nnd
saskatoon. It looks the easiest kind
of travelling, hut If yon net off the
.Mr. .!. E. Itiee, Provincial inspector' trail, your pack animals have what is
>f Marys-
- a fine property and tho
ittracted a great deal of
lhe World's Fair al
Oil. li is hard to den-
It best may lie said to he
•y silicioiii' schist carrying a high
centnge of copper pyrlte, this
e, in iii- turn, carrying fine gold
)B. doldic, lie is better known as
than as Goldle Hodgson, has
done quite a lot of work on the claims
and bus them iu a condition where any
one with the knowledge cfnji now
make an Intelligent examination of
what promises to be an extensive
producer of u high grade product.
The owner Is a fine miner, knows
what lie is after and knows how in
produce ihe results he is aiming for.
And. by the way, what he aims for
generally gets bit, and hit hard, He
knocked the day lights out of Hie big-
gcsl grizzly thai was known to be
roaming tlie White Fish Creek country wllh a single shot from n Httl--
pet Winchester he is fond of packing
\V,    Ileum.    I mubrook     Vgenl
OltK.'INW.
for the Excelsior Life Insurance Co.,
of Toronto, has been in this vicinity
for lhe last several days in the interests of the old line company. Me has
appointed F. A. Dunn as General
Agent for this district. Mr. Dunn is
well known here; we think Mr. Rice
lias made no mistake in his selection;
we are thoroughly satisfied that Mr.
Dunn will get his share of the business.
On Saturday last a party of young
people spent an enjoyable evening
coasting on Fink's hill, which was in
good condition. Those present were.
Misses Ruby Mclntyre, Gladys Htck-
enbotham,   IVryl   Cameron,  Dorothy
Mackcy. Gladys Spcnce, Mrs. Adum--
son, K. Doner, P. Gulmont, li. Chester,
K. Spcnce, nnd A. C. Harshaw After
coasting a number of the party spent
lhe rest of tbe evening ai the residence of Mr. ami Mrs. Spcnce, where
a dainty luncheon was served.
wiih
That old br
a barn tlooi
linldie Bays
aiuhli
when   lu-a
called  "a   blind  footing" since th1
cannol  see the ground owing to ti
density of the growth nnd cannot s
where they are going, or wain to go, th-» eveui
owing to the height of the grasses and
so  on,    These  slides  do  not   "run"
every season, hut they come down sufficiently often to completely wipe out
and destroy the trail, and for this reason once  the road-men establish the
track thej' mark it  with high  poles.
All this Is said so that the traveller
going Into the valley up there shall
be warned In linn io carefully guide
himself hy ihe marks which have been
Indicated, and under no circumstances  -is   mineral   rr
try to run the trail in the dark, unless  along the strea
one  wants to sleep out and chance characti r .nol
having an active Interview with a sll-  long since, by
ver Up.   The)  claim those slides as  Lumber Compai
fur
lifdo
pelt
is   prime
as big as
and roared in
lhe bills re-ochc
Nothing relb
the mineral rely exists what in
Hie
look*
•Ibly
hen   the
slide |„
d as big a
when li it
animal
i-e.|   in
. a hull
Making
Bcnle ii In -mn,. parts. Ii is highly
interesting in this way that the lead<
on   tiie   Big  copper  group  must,  if
they   mean   any tiling   in   lhe   mining
Honsfc, iiu il in 'about right angles and
cons'eq'joutly should show in the face
nf ibe . liif according to the lin- of the
-trike.    The   writer,  though  on   the
ground on three different occasions,
could never find a means of gelling
down  io  the  fool  of the escarpment
without   going around a  wide detour
by Rose Basin, near the Hose  Pass.!
If ii in- proven that the copper shoots
on tlie Dig copper are actually cut'
by tiiis cliff, or  line of fault, then |
there will oxlst au assurance that they
have [he depth that will warrant their
development.   The top of the cliffs at:
this point are just on (lie timber line,
the  oxiicl ■summit   being   marked   by
scattered stunted spruces clinging to
tho  verge  in   what   seems  to  lie  a
nil udder  of desperation  to  hang  on
somehow, anyway.   They are twisted,
contorted  poor  things rooted In tbe:
hard rocks and  with nil their limbs j
blown   by   tin   prevalent  soulb   west
wind around lo tiie north and north
east side of the boles.    It makes one
cold to think of tbe battles they must i
liavo in the winter with the wild blasts
which i"ar across the summit wblci |
is a good f'.aOO feel above sea level and
;'..fl0fl  feel   above  Ihe  level   of llie  St.
Mary River.
. ICAMlltOOK     BAPTIST    I III IK H ,
Sandily. February lMHi.
Morning. II. Thomi : Tlie Power of
the Risen Christ,
Afternoon, 3.—Bible School.
Evening, 7.30—Thome: Come and See.
Preacher: Rev.\lames Dunlop.
Monday, 7.30—Voung People's Meeting.
Thursday, S     prayer Sfrvlee.
Foot Specialist
Coming to This Store
An expert un tlie human fool will he here one day.
Thursday, March 28th
in tell our customers ahoul foot comfort and how
easily ii ran he attained.
Free Examination
And Expert Advice
This specialist knows all about feet anil
how in overcome their troubles, lie was
personally trained hy
Dr. Wm. Scholl
ij Die foremost authority on the human
fool ami iis troubles. He has Hie knowledge and the experience to tell, almost at
ii •-■ H-"' what causes thai fool trouble
Him makes you suffer. He not only
knows wluii the trouble is but also
knows thai
Tfwtjsa
D£ Scholl
Appliance. orRmvuhfEsrEvejifBjotTjouBk
and he can fli ihe -.v.." >r am llancc ", correct Vow
fool discomfort. He sine to come in and lei him
iloinniistmlfi that you need suffer no longer. Remember, i! Is absolutely free.    All are invited.
Watch Your Fee f
iy lie I
ilation
•    kno
or  ih
There  .
irnied
IO      III
waters of that Rlream, For
lhe valley ni the Kasi Fork I
ly- unknown quantity witli
ourci
of il.
all   I
ui of:
■ Kast
ertoin-
nlueral
! head
io rest,
Btrlct-1
;ard   lo
The  timber
vi ry finest
been secured,
as Nest Pass
onlrol all tlie
KNOX   IIU IH II.   < HANHHOOK
Rev.  Hillls  Wright, Minister.
Services at 11 u.m. and 7180 p.m.
Sunday School at 'A p.m.
Young   Peony's   tiiiild   on   Monday
nights at S p.m.
Strangers and visitor* to our City
are   Invited   to   make   Knox   their
Church home  while In our midst.
Seats are Free
Everybody made Welcome
•nn:
COEUR D'ALENE
Bpokano, Washington
Till-: 1IOTI-X WITH  A
PERSONALITY
This houso bus thi
happy distinction of heing the favorite stopping place in Spokane
for the people of British
Columbia Wo appreciate
tlila patronage and do
everything In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location Ib excellent —
dose to Great Northern Station
ind O W U. & N.-Milwauke
terminal, and within a mlo'.te'h
walk from the principal business
houses and places of amusement.
See HteatntihlD on Roof
The Rev Jam., Dunlop lias been
invited io lake up work in Vancouver
He has also received an invitation lo
take mi work in the East, Mr. Dunlop was trained iu Scotland, moved
through America, and purposed seeing
Canada, helon golnfi to Ausiralir
The wnr upsol his plans in going East
The Baptist Board asked him to or
ganive iiu- work at Cranbrook; nnd
hi-* purpose Is to nol to go East; bul
to remain on until the convention are
able to solocl a permanent pastor,
Tin1 regular monthly meeting of the
Cranbrook and District Poultry Asso-
cfi-Mon was held in Clttpp's Hall, on
Friday evening last. In accordance
wiih n suggestion Hun a class of
some variety of fowls he arranged
for each meeting, the committee decided to make Wyamlottes Ihe first
class, There were not many entries
but what Hie birds lacked iu quantity
Ihoj more than made up for In ipial
Itj Thi inocoMfnl exhibitors were;
Mali  birds   C  it  Bhoppard; Female
birds    A   A    Ward
Several    ItoniB    of    larnitiirc    etc ,
have nircnd)   heen  donated for the
rooms  ei   the   Royal   Hotel  that   have |
kindly bcon placid nt Hie disposal ot
the Ureal War Voter lin i Association
b> the Mayor .md city Council The
rooms are being rapidly got Into shnpe
but a consider; bio number of chair.'
and oilier Items are still required to
make Hum comfortable for meetings
and social purposes. The officers
ami mombcra would be very glad to
hear from anyone willing lo asslsi in
completing tho furnishings by donating Borvlonblo Hems for the rooms.
1 Crescent City Lodge No. 33 K. of P,
celt brat ed the 54111 anniversary of
the foundation of tlie Order of Knights
of Pythias on Tuesday evening when
a very enjoyable wills! drive and
dance look place at tbe Lodge rooms.
The whist drive wan presided over by
Bro, Pearron of the local Lodge, prize
winners being; Miss Mabel Rluir,
Cranhrook and Mr, Kllby. Nelson,;
after a tie with Mr..K. V. Brake; consolation prizes were won by Miws
' Purnnby and Mr. Robinson; after a
j light lunch wiih Hcrved dancing com-j
nieneed. Mr. Hrakc acted aa floor I
manager,
The Ford Saves the Hay and Oats
the Horses Eat
IT HAS been estimated that five acres of land are required to maintain
one horse for a year, and that the same live acres would produce
nearly enough food for two people. I f 50,000 Canadian farmers each
replaced one horse with a I"'ord, 250,000 acres would be added to the
Nation's source of food supply and enough extra food made available to
feed 100,000 people.
Just think what a great service this means to the country at the present
time and the benefit to the farmers from tlie sale of food produced on
this acreage.
A Ford car also saves the farmer a week or more of valuable time each
year, which can be used for further productive work. The Ford travels
three times as fast as a horse and rig—costs less to run and keep, and is
far easier to take care of. With labor so scarce and high priced, time
means money, so do not delay in getting your Ford.
€jfo?°d
Runabout
- $475
Touring -
.   $495
Coupe
■   $770
Sedan •   •
• $970
B. O. B. FORD, ONT.
Hanson Garage
Dealers « Cranbrook
Worthless
Without the Name
WRIGLEYS
on the packasc is the mark of quality.
'It brands WRIGLEYS as the clean,
wholesome, beneficial product of
the largest chewing stum factories
in the Dominion.
The delicious, refreshing, comfort*
ing confection that costsl sol little
but lasts so long.
It helps teeth, breath, appetite and digestion.
The
Flavour
Lasts
r.nnE in
C.Vi.'.Dfl
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nl Canada. Limited
limn", Smelting and Hetlnlnf DsptrUnsnt        "
TUMI.,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
* S SI E I, T K It 8  AND  B K FI N B II8
PIIKCHAMEKH OF HOLD, SIIYF.H, COPPEB, LEAD AND IDIC MM
TABANAC BRAND PIO LEAD, HI.tlBSTONE,  BPEI.TER * COPPBK 'I,'^,;-;
PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, FEB. 21st, 1918
DISTRICT NEWS
I VIMIIVJ NOTES
BLKO Miit-.s in i itrn BOO
C,  McNab, n
Lumber  Co.,
Los   Angeles,
the lust month
in titt* magic
lakt r
from
lie   1
r ol tlie
returned
i-nla,  where   tor
nd been basking
(Like il
-U!
I
U -tt
The Secretory lias received a wire
frnm Sunt. Scott asking him to send
in us soon as possible tiie approximate
amount of seed grain required i" the
dlstilct to fill tin1 needs tor this Bprtng
seeding.
Members please get busy and write
at once or when in town phone me ot
ranch, quirk action Is asked for. es-
peclally by those requiring time on
their payments.
Stumping powder will be about $11
per case, members should order at
once. Money placed on deposit In lb-
col bank of Commerce to "Powder Account, A. B. Smith" will be got out
wiih certificate attached at once, if
not a padi up member for this year
add $1.00 tn amount deposited.
A, B. Smith, Secy.
Thlstlebeak ( influence ol Dairy Sires on Scrubs
11 miT the Iowa Experiment Station
10
NEWS OF IHE BOYS
IT THE FRONT
Charlie says lie would not live down
in that country on a bet. Ninety per
cent of the people were suffering
from Le Grippe, Pnoumonila, and
their chilled expressions looked like
a seven years famine. The rattle
were dying for want of food which
had all dried up. while in Waldo the
cattle were rolling fat ami green
grass growing all nround. and tlie
creeks all have running water.
Miss Adella EM wood of Flagstone
is visiting in Elko this week the guest
of Miss 10. May Roo.
The Calgary Herald says that the
Doukohobors may all move hack to
Russia   again,  nnd   Jim
says "Oil let it be soon.'"
A commercial traveller wns telling
about being held up by a "Lone Ban-1 "darted some investigational work
dlt" <>n one of the southern honk- ! determine the
nd then" said he. j s|,.(1   Th(iy sp-(
ana
much for their kindness. A parcel
1= always welcome over here and is
a pleasant change from ordinary ra-
tions, It came a bit tio U'e for
Christmas but In good tlnt'j for New
Year's With every good wish for your
Society In the New Yenr.
I am,
Yours sincerely,
R  J. Laurie
France, Jan. 1, 1D18.
Dear Miss Burton.—I am just going
to write- you a .short letter to thank
you and all the girls of the Junior
Red Cross Society for the nice parcel
which you so kindly sent me. The
card said it was packed by you, so 1
am sending you this letter and 1
trust you will let the rest of the girls
know 1 received the parcel In good,
condition  and  thank them  all very I DEFECTIVE WIRING CAUSED TWO. Campbell, Mrs. R. Nafe, Mr. and Mrs,
Among those present ware Mr. and |
Mrs. J. F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs, W. F.t
Cameron and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.;
U. M. Barney, Mrs. L. Clapp, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. McKowSu, Mrs. MeBrldcj
Miss McBride, Miss Woodland, Miss
Magee, Mrs. J. S. Brake, Miss Byrnes,
Mrs. W. B. McFarlane, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Flowers, Mrs. W. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs.
S. Fyles, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blaine,
Mr. J. Armour, Miss C. Bennett, Miss
Bardgett, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spence,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brown, Miss B.
Brown,   Miss A.   Frnnccn,   Mra.   D.
FIBES IN ONE DAT
"lie turned anil stuck a large piece
of coast defence artillery in my race
mid says savage like, "Hold up your
hands'." "And did you hold them up?'
asked the young lady at the switch
hoard. "Did I? 1 held 'em bo high
thai when I look them down the
right   one  Inul  a   -tar   sticking  to  it,
Sam Barclny, head leamBtor for
the Downs ami Rolnocko Lumber Co.,
Roosviiie Volley, hauled leu Ihous-
and feet of lumber from tho mill lo
Flagstone al one load last week
In tlie matter of looking ahead Jim
Thlstlebeak says thai every girl
should take lessons In elocution, the
training makes tlieir voices curry nt
lensl five Mocks farther when thoy
eall ilu-ir children homo lu the evening,
Mrs Ferguson of Roglun and two
sons are tlie guests of Mrs. .1. McKee
Kilmarnock Cnstlo, college Ave.. lUtko
Jack Wallace of the Ferni. Free
Press Bays if the war don't eiid soon
tlie newspaper men may run shurl of
typo metal.
Yes, said a Vancouver traveller In
Elko tiie oilier day, I'm hi a had fix.
My father was a Frenchman and hi*
father was a Swede.   My mother wo:
Irish and her father wa   n Gel
My wife is n Norwegian.   Well,
Alex. Blrnio, wbul is   (he   nami
Harry Lauder are von going to i
bout It.   When enn I do?   Nothing
cepl   to nn-
Sell Fred It
mind my oi
Mr  W, j
Kentucky,
ville   Vallet
Inlying.    II
State wher
Com is full
el's full of corn:
let R go round
Mrs. A. .1. Moll
gate to Elko last
l.O.D.F, meeting
was a very plea.
itnd sandwiches v
your mother used
always failed
Mr. A. I,  Walker of Vancouver   ll
{'., spent the week end iu Elko visiting his sister, Mrs. M   I'en. 1   Hard
man. head trick, at ihe Central Office,
If you are happy you are wealthy.
Wealllt can'l buy happiness, Tiring on
the Mulligan, and never mind the
scenery.
McTavlsh ami Kerr, the Jaffray
(tattle Kings were not in Elko last
week as reported iu 'lie Chicago
Blade,
Fred Coffey who is moving from
Nelson to Fernlo to take over lhe
management of the P. Burns Co. may
move his family to Elko tn residi.
.'feet of the pure-bred
ted scrub native cows
and hrnl iliem to bulls of standard
dairy dreeds. The first generation of
heifers sired hy a llolsteln hull cave
on an average 11 per cent more milk
iliini did their dams. One heifer nired
by a Guernsey bull surpassed Us
mother in milk flow hy 131 per cent.
Oilier similar lesis have heen conducted, all with the same general result,
Bhowing a large increase due to the
use of the pure-bred i ire.
Many farmers have the Idea that
they must invest three or four hundred dollars if they want a pure-bred
animal This is a mistaken idea. For
I lie man  witli a grade herd there are
W. C. Adlard, Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown,!
  | Miss Mnystre,  Mr. and  Mrs. E,  Y.;
What might have been two serious' Brake, Mrs. Roycroft, Mr, C. B. Oar-j
fires occured on Wednesday on Baker rett, Mr. F. Morris, Mrs. Reade, Mr.
Street at 7.30 a.m., the manager ot| Harry Reld, Mr. Leamnn, Mr. W. Hey-j
The Cranbrook Saddlery Co., on open- nolds, Mrs, A. James, and many others
lug up the shop, discovered the prem-j An admission fee wns charged,
ises to be on fire; the brigade were J clearing 14.1.00 which will be used
promptly on the scene and soon had ; by the Institute In buying wool for,
the blaze under control. About $200 knitting socks for our soldiers,
damage was Incurred, principally by
Copenhagen
Chewing
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
ii.' SNUFF 'S
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
form-
It  h
flavor.
ai  a  pleasing
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
The friends of Ril. Doolnn. son of
M. L. Doolan. one of the oldest of the
old timers In the C. P. R. service and
formerly roadmasier on the Crnnbrook, ^-m^^
don.  will  be Interested to lenrn I tore any material damage was done.
water.
The second fli'e was at the Little
Davenport Restaurant abobut It p.m.'
but wns put out by the Proprietor be- j
THE MITHOIHST t III H< II
dlvlt
Moth fires appear to have been
started by old and defective electric
wiring, and is a second warning to the
Powers   that   be,   that   the   electric
of Ed's, progress in France.
A  recent   letter contained  lhe In
formation that after being for a tiim
In charge of a workshop where tract i       ^^^^^^^^^^
ors.   motors,   airplane   engines,  etc.. j wiring In some of the old buildings
were sent for repair, he could no lo.ig-1 °» Baker Street need Immediate atten-1 Welcome."
or resist the desire to be really ' ni   tion. j
the Front" and accordingly left the
shop for the trenches. Rapid promotion followed and in June 1917 lie
,,c'-nred his commission as Lieutennul
in tlie Royal  lOngineen.    In Angus..
Pastor:  Kev. Thos. K-ywnrth,
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.110 p.m. nn
Sunday at both of which the pastor
will preach.   Sunday School and Adult
Bible Class at 11 p.m.
This Is the Church of "The Cordial
A  VALENTINE SOCIAL
What Doctors
Use for Eczema
liti'nty nf pure-brad animals available j ,„,., |„. wna appointed District Loco-
(or *7fUn*t2ri, wlilcb will luerpnsc tho m0'|vo Superlntondont on the light
production  <>r  his  herd     With  the] railway systom end since January tal
alliy
or k*o
B.
Huston nt FYaukforl
looking over Iho It".,*
wlth the Intentions or
re's to "Id Kcnludk, the
lie was born, whore tin
ot kernels, and the colon'
urn: a health gentlemen
present hiiiU prices ot heel' cattle, the
obi scrub hull found on so many of
our (arms will brins almost enough
easlt to buy a good pure-bred animal.
The wise (lnlrymnn is tit  who is
now replacing this scrub with a pure-
, j bred.
Pig Coiupiirfcous
in ilte Iniercsl now being created
hy the pig campaign so strongly pushed hy both provincial and Dominion
authorities, many are showing an Interest Inn admit thoy are al sea when
it comes to selecting an animal, especially  for  breeding   purposes.    While
has been holding tho important position of Army Tractor Superintendent
for the Third Army South.
The following personal letter from
Brigadier-General Hayter has Just
been sent home hy the recipient. II
will be remembered that I'te. Ashton
Powers who is a son of Mri
ihis  city,   was  recently  a
A soothing combination of oil of
Win tor green, Thymol, and other healing ingredients called D, I). D. Prescription is now a favorite remedy of
! skin specialists for ull skin diseases.
It penetrates the pores, gives instant
jlstresslng skin
D.D.D.
Tlie L-ictuid Wash
Cranbrook Drug and Hook Co,
,me up frnm Newtek l<> attend tin
lull by the report*
,i affair, the cuk.
v Romethln.s that
, try and make hut
Mr. and Mrs. Hallamore entertained
their friends at a skating party on
Thursday evening.
Miss Blrkelt who 1ms been visiting
her sister. Mrs. T. M. Roberts for the
past six weeks returned to her home
in Stettlur, Alta., on Wednesday.
Tin- tax rate in Fernie has been
.struck; it is 27 1-10 mills nr nn Increase of nearly nine mills over Insi
yea r.
Mr. 0. O. Staples left on Saturday
for Ann Arbor, Mich., on his return
he will he accompanied by Mrs.
Staples and children who have been
spending the winter In the East.
We are Informed that on and after
March 1st the Cranbrook Hotel will
be run on tin. European plan; afternoon tea-rooms are nlso being fitted
up and will be open to the public
from 3 to 6 dally.
Willi others tiie idea still persists that .
ilie governmeni or the buyers, lor purposes of their own. recommend a type'
I of Img tlmt Is not an economical feed-1
or,    Now   the  average  of  breed  and;
typo feeding tests in the past fifleen!
: years,   outside   the   grent   corn   bell,
! show   a   Rllghtly   less   cost   per   lb.  of|
gain  for animals killed at   lflOlbs to
2001b s weight for the doep-slded. mod-
cratoly  long  type  as compared   with
lhe   hemv   backed,  thick   shouldered,
lard type <>f animal.
The lard breeds have hem developed
in the con belt, they have constantly
been handled and bred to the one
end, to make a quick growth to a
verv fat, not fleshy, finish in order
'.o fill the needs of a market which
iluted lave amounts of lard, so thai
in the Until ouicome. lhe hieed. tho
teed, and tiie market have become the
iliree parts of a circle exactly suiting
each other, and the breed Is less well
siilled to another type of market and
another range of feeds and system
of feeding, in just so far as It has heen
specialized to meet that one.
The specialist at the head of the
animal departments of Dominion and
Provincial etfjierlmoul stations and
ibosp in these states mitsldr Die corn
belt, would nol be unanimous in their
favorable declarations on behalf of the
bacon type If there were no grounds
for the stMid they assume whatever
one may think oT tlie packers' reasons.
The Dominion authorities in tlieir
innniing up of the points of excel
One of the pleasantest and most
Miccessful entertainments thu whiter
*"as given on St. Valentine's night in
the Parish Hall umier the direction
■ f the social committee of the Women's Institute, fully one hundred am:
iwenty-five people attending Tlie
uil) was prettily decorated with num-I relief fronii the"most
orous festoons and ornaments of, diseases,
i.earts of different sizes, and other
..'"•orations appropriate to the dsy,
P'-esentlng a gav appearance.
The evening wns opened with a
Dnpont of whist drive, sixteen tables being fll-
arded the1 I'd, aud lasting from 8.30 to 10 p.m.
Military Medal for gallantry in con- Mr. E. V. Drake acting as Master of
nectlon with tlie carrying of dispatch-; Ceremonies. This wns followed by a
Q9 knitting contest on the stage by six
To No. fl8"7TS-Pte. K. A. Powers, \ nr eight ladies, and dancing In the
47ih Canadian Infantry Battalion, i body of the ball by the balance of
On behalf of the Brigade, I desire [ those present, continuing until 2 a.m.
to congratulate you most heartily on with Parker's Orchestra furnishing
ihe Honour which has been awarded | their usual excellent music. Supper,
you In recognition of your gallant I buffet style, was served throughout
conduct as a Canadian sol.Her. It tlie evening in an adjoining room,
afforded me much pleasure to for- i The winners of prizes were Mrs. S.
ward the reconum ndation submitted \ Harrison, first, and Mias Symes, sec-
hy the Officer Commanding your Bat-' nnd, in whist, nnd Mrs. S. Fyle:-, in the
tallon. ' Knitting contest. ,„ „
I thank yon for the good service you       .
lave rendered to date end trust that       ~~~~~~~^~~~~^~~~~~^~^
you  will he spared to continue the
good record which you have already
set for yourself.
It. Hayter, Brigadier-General.
Commanding 10th Can. inf. Brigade;
Dee. 23rd. 1917.
LIQUORS
SAVE MOINf'Y
fend for Cut Hate
Price List
IMPERIAL EXPORT Co.
CALGARY, ALTA.
-
1
Dodge Brothers
CLOSED CAR
Touring Car - $1400.00
f. o. b. Granbrook
The Kootenay Garage
AGENTS
WANT ADS.
France, 11 Jan. 1918
.Miss Lena Brogan,
Junior Red Cross Society.
Central School, Cranbrook, B. C.
Dear Lena:—-Perhaps you already
know that the nice parcel you packed
for our friend Robt. M. Held could
not reach him. He paid the "great
price" and is laid In a soldier's grave
on one of tile great battle-fields of
Belgium. AH the fellows who knew
Hob liked him. I had the pleasure nf
knowing him for three years before
the war ami iu Canada and England
and iu the more serious times in
Prance. He was always bright and
cheery and looked on the sunny side
of life. We were all sorry to lose him,
so often It seems our best men are
picked off. He took a great pride In
everything connected  witli our dear
lenee of the different breeds for Can-1 olu province of B. C, and 1 know how
adian farmers, sav i nitwit he would have appreciated the
Yorkshire-One'   of    the    largest j thonghtfulness of your Society in re-
breeds, longer llian any other, grows
\V\M1.I> Second-hand
Send particulars to Box W
Office.
r*0B   SALE- Two   icmmI
male pups, cheap; apply Hoi'
typewriter
Hi, Herald
 xt
Ayrdulc
. Pye.
IIU 7
good a
nntn roil maw: CHEAP—
1 new -The  Kooienay (Jurage.
GUBMNG  STONES
Apply Herald Office.
10K
8AI.K--
4-tf
FOB SAI.K   HegMered Jersey Bull.
The Hermitage, Bull River, B. 0.   7-3t
FOR SALt: -Furniture
Ken wick Avenue.
apply 2H2
7-2t.
FOB S\I,K- llolslein Hull, coming
three years; good milk strain; Land's
Ranch, Wardner, 7-4t*
FOB SALE -Cheap-   .'»    passenger
Touring Car In good shape. — The
Kootenay Oarage.
FOB HAW. Seven Reamed House
with bathroom; two lots; tf.iod terms
and bnrgnin price,- Apply A . D,
Bridgea.
FARM   FOR   SAU:~B0OSVIIXi:,
B. C„ 100 acres^ 4(1 acres cleared;
small Stare, school on properly, with
horses ..rid Implements. Trout stream
through property; opei range tar
stock adjoining. Apply Fred Itoo,
Klko, B. 0.
rapidly, quality of meat unexcelled,
its long, deep sides produce much
bacon of the desired lean class. They
give large litters of uniform size, n
vicious dam is almost unheard of,
they are excellenl nurses nnd the
young are vigorous from tbe stnrt.
They mature fairly early and make
very economical gain-, either on pasture or iu the pen
Tuaiworth- Another large lung
breed and like the above developed
along the line of production of MpsIi.
not fnt. Slightly smaller than the
above like It, ll carries thin, light
shoulders as compared with the lard
breeds, is perhaps lens given to tht*
especially good qualities of the York
as a mother but generally curries n
thicker flesh on ihe lower p,rts of
the body nnd has the same deep side,
not over-wide and fat on the kick, bul
currying that  width straight down.
Berkshire—This breed suffers In
popularity in Canada mninly heenu.se
one type has heeii bred a long time
in the American corn belt and has to
a certain degree developed the lard
lype, the other developed In Rnglnnd
conforms well to the bacon requirements, Is a better pasture hog and
is especially favored for crossing on
females of the above two breeds as
giving n particularly good feeder of
the  approved  type.    Of smaller  size
I than the above and nol usually giving
j as large litters.
Poland-China, Duroc- Jersey, mid
Chester-White, in many respectb very
, similar in corforniatinn. being described as full, round and macslve lu
build with strong broad shoulders and
buck.    They   have   vor\   thick  backs
■ and   as fat    pork give,    very   great
; weights.
ADVERTISE IN THE
CRANBROOK HERALD
memberlng him in such a practical
way. It may interest you to know
that he was a Red Cross man In our
Battalion. He went armed only with
bandages and dressings to render
first aid to his comrades and it was
while on one of his rounds, to see
his men were all right, that, he was
hi! by n piece of shrapnel.
Tlie parcel was opened by me, (911-'
806, tl. B., D Coy.. 40th Canadians)
and divided with his comrades. We
are all glad to know that those at
home think of us and hope we will
soon be back to tell you all what a
fine country and what fine people
there nre between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific, Best wishes
for your Society in the New Year.
Yours sincerely,
Wm. Deans
(Mill OF THANKS
I The St. John Ambulance Association
| wishes to thank the following for
| their splendid assistance: Mr. J.
i Jackson, for tlie hum of the Palm, free
i of charge; Mr. Ormston, for tables
: and chairs; Ira Manning Ltd., for dish-
; es; Mr. J. Brault, Mr. H. Wilson, and
; Pink Mercantile Co,, for decorations;
] Mr. (I. Leask for piaan and J. D. Mc-
| Bride for furnishings.
Cranbrook Hotel to bo run on Ku-
ropenn plan after 1st March.
Good Health
good appetite, good spirits-
mean no discord in the body.
To keep the organs in har-
mony-when there is need-use
BEECH AM S
PULS
1—llj'ili «IA->*ll,*hjsi sHWW-sH.   I
It Pays to Advertise
in The Herald
Support Your Local Paper
and
ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE!
ADVERTISE!
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